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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1912)
al Harvester Co.
ense warehouse and business offices at
be welcomed and courteous atten
you will see the greatest display of
Y ENGINES, Etc.
Hie World's Largest Makers of Farm
lg equipped with every device for
al Harvester Co.
spent at home is a dollar that you stand some chance of seeing
again. Every dollar sent abroad to purchase something that is
produced at home, is a dollar that you kiss goodbye. Nebraskans
should study this phase of industrial development. It means more
to her future prosperity than any other one thing.
The business concerns represented on this page are trying to
do their share in the upbuilding of Nebraska. They recognize the
value of printer's ink as a factor in the building up of a business,
a community, a county or a commonwealth. They invite you to
visit their places of business and become acquainted. They want
you to study Lincoln's great advantages as a Market City. Lincoln
is connected by rail directly with more Nebraska cities and towns
than any other wholesale or manufacturing point. Lincoln is the
greatest railroad center in the west. ' A train is arriving in or
departing from Lincoln on an average of every seven minutes during
every twenty-four hours. They want you to be proud of your
Capital City, in which every Nebraskan is directly interested
nancially, socially and educationally. They want to help you and
other patriotic Nebraskans in the building up of Nebraska, in
developing her resources and her possibilities. They want to have
a part in the great campaign of building up the "home patronage"
sentiment; in the great campaign of "Know Nebraska Better;" in
the great campaign of advertising Nebraska as she is to all the
Let us all know Nebraska better! Let us all work harder for
the upbuilding of the commonwealth. Let us all join hands in
standing by and boosting for our own home institutions.
E STOCK MARKET
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ifturKKL uiiu ituru lurgesi came mar net.
or more accessible live stock markets,
antugc co sen ai ms ivn.Ji.iLa l bik
J not a patron of the South Omaha
and help boost the big marKet
the realm of commerce.
J. Forburger C. W. Forburger
11th and W Streets
The Lincoln Tannery
Manufacturer of -
Horse and Cattle Hides Robes and Coats
Highest Prices Paid for Hides
Robes Lined and Fur Coats
Made to Order
9 1 7-919 Q Street
Bell Phone F995
Custom Work Our Specialty
Leather Exchanged for Hides
Hides and Furs Received for
Henry Holm, Prop., Tanner and Currier. LINCOLN, NEB.
a Spend Part of Your Evenings
Elite Picture Theatre
Look for the Word Elite
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital and Surplus $765,000.00
Time determines whether the policies under which a bank is
operated are safe.
This bank has been in business forty-one years. It has
grown steadily until it has one of the strongest and most pros
perous financial institutions in the west.
S. H. BURNHAM, President. H. S. FREEMAN, Cashier.
THE LINCOLN TRACTION CO.
Every day its ears covers more miles than the distance be
tween Boston and San Francisco.
It furnishes employment to more than 400 men.
It pays upwards of $350,000 a year in wages.
Its tracks cover 70 miles of , streets in tdncoln and its
It carried more than 12,000,000 passengers in 1911, and
carried them at a lower average fare per passenger than any
other street railway in America. -
Its daily car mileage is greater than that of any other
street railway company operating in cities of Lincoln's class.
The interests of the community, the commonwealth of Ne
braska and The Lincoln Traction Co. are mutual and interdependent.
Wholesale Groceries, Notions
Lincoln Business College
Thirteenth and P Streets, Lincoln, Nebr.
Summer school will be in session until August 9. Enroll
now and, improve the summer months. "Write for full infor
mation. E. C. Bigger, Pres. W. N. Watson, V-Pres. W. A. Robbins, Sec'y.
The Midwest Life
N. Z. Snell , .'. ........ President
Dr. B. B. Davis, Omaha. . .Vice President
A. J. Sawyer ;.. Secretary
Dr. M. H. Everett Medical Director
C. R. Easterday ...... Actuary
INSURANCE IN FORCE.
December 31, 1906. .......$ 559,000
December 31, 1907........... 1,152,250
December 31, 1908.'. . : . , 1,453,218
December 31, 1910. .' , . 2,641,084
December 31, 1911. 3,587,519
May 31,1912.........:... ............... 4,174,000
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED 0
in every town in the state. Liberal commissions are paid. The
Midwest Life is a clean, live, progressive Nebraska life insurance
company, with its home office on the seventh floor First National
bank building, Lincoln. Write for an agency. -.:
is an every day delicacy that all
AXfew cents a moi.ih covers the difference
between ordinary butter and "Meadow Gold."
Butter is one of those "big little things a poor
quality can leave a feeling of dissatisfaction with an
entire meal, while good butter lends an additional
The delicious flavor of "Meadow Gold" Butter
is particularly enticing. Us rare richness ,
appeals to the most fastidious palate.
Sold by all
dealers who are
EATRICE CREAMERY CO
The Lincoln Hotel
F. J. RICHARDS, Mgr.
EUROPEAN Rooms, 75c to $3
Finest Cafe Service in West
We Welcome Visitors Especially Members of the Press
Stanbarb (SHI Co,
1220 North 14th Street
C A. TUCKER, Jeweler
S. S. SHEAR Optician
;35. fj;, .f)4
Good Pure Candies
Insist on Your Dealer Supplying
Gillen j& Boneys
1123 O STREET
Take "NONE" Just as Good
MADE IN LINCOLN
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
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