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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1888)
THE HE S PERI A N.
1204-1200 O ST.
GEORGE H. POEHLER,
POPULAR BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, HAS AGAIN OPENED HIS HANDSOME ICE CREAM PARLORS
FOR THE SEASON.
Shall always endeavor to give satisfactory terms to the students and hope to see them enjoy as many
pleasant hours in Poehler's place of business in the future as they have in the past.
GEO. H. POEHLER, 1132 O St.
Druggist; College Text & Medical Books-
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. '
. 7 SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET.
Curtice & Thiers,
Weber, Haines Bros, and Pease Pianos,
wiezxTiriE-- & HOLMES ozEa-nsrs.
War cr ooms, iSouth Twelfth Street. Opposite Opera House, LINCOLN, NEB.
J.L. HODGMAN, D. D. S.
ROOMS 24, 25, and 26,2 D. FLOOR. BURR BLOCK.
TAKE ELEVATOR ON O STREET,
Extracting Without Pain Without Extra Charge.
WRIGHT & IRVING.
(Successors to Wright & Berger.)
Boots and Shoes.
1026 P' street.
SPECIAL BARGAINS TO STUDENTS.
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