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THE DAILY VKBRASKAB.
TJie Daily Nekaskaji
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A CONSOLIDATION OF '.
Tho Iluporlito. Vol. XXX
Th KobrMknn. Vol. XI
Tho 8cftrlot A Cream. Vol. Ill
PtorllnR II. MoCaw.
H. W. m
C'linn. I. Taylor, I
Unas. R. Weill.
E T. Ulll.
V. 0. Batlo. R. A.MqNown. II. O. Nolson
Wm. Case. Dau Outleben.
JXntcred at tho post office at Lincoln. Keb. at
Beoond Olais Mall Matter.
Tho arrangements which Captain
Hmoko has made regarding encamp
ment arc highly satisfactory. Espe
cially nrc the students In general for
tunate In being able, through his ef
forts, to sccuro rates to the camping
groundB and special privileges at camp.
No doubt there will be a large num
ber who will vlBlt the battalion while
It Is partaking of military life.
The long vacation Ib comjng, and
a hundred thousand college men will
soon bo "locked out" of lecture rooms
and dormitories, and thrown upon the
world for two or three months, putting
new life and vigor into many a city
homo, many a country inglenooh. To
not a few college men vacation brings
sport of one kind or another. Rifles
and shotguns are pulled out of their
cases and cleaned for active Bcrvlce;
long, lazy days with line and fishhook
among mountain brooks bring balm to
the tired brain; while training for the
great intercollegiate contests of the
fall absorbs tho time of hundreds of
other young men favored by fortune,
physique, and friendship, in achieving
positions on "the teams."
Thousands of other college men,
however, cannot have any rest or re
cuperation which does not bring with
it some chance for money-earning, and
a few words written by the publishers
of a great New York magazine (Suc
cess), may be worthy the attention of
many of our men:
"Among all tho ways which men
have devised and ambitious seekers
after knowledge or a start in life have
followed for earning their first money,
few or none havo been so uniformly
successful, so generally profitable, and
so valuable in character-building, as
'field-work for a great magazine. All
young peoplo are inclined to bo shy,
diffident, afraid of themselves, and un
used to the ways of tho world. They
do not know how to approach people
how to win confidence how to gain
ends. Salesmanship of any kind 1b
good training for tho future. By brush
ing against peoplo, learning their pe
culiarities and how to overcome them,
one is often able, early In life, to mako
more progress toward success-winning
than can be measured by years of more
office or factory work. 'Get out Into
the world and study it,' ought to be
tho advice of every wise parent the
determination 61 every aspiring young
man or woman.
"If all this is trao of salesmanship
in general, how much more true is it
of that salesmanship which has to do
with literary treasures and Inspira
tional values such as are found in the
high class magazines? What favor
can be rendered to a friend or neigh
bor greater than by bringing good
literature intd his or her life, to bright
en, cheer, and inspire it? What more
dignified employment is there than
making a business of doing this, par
ticularly when that business can be
mnde Belf-supportlng, profitable and a
moans to nn end?
"Now, thlB field work Is profitable
highly profitable. Not only are large
commissions paid by several of the
lending periodicals, (such as Success),
but monthly and season prizes are
often offered, which largely increase
the earnings of the successful worker.
It is by no means Impossible to earn
from one hundred and fifty to three
hundred dollars per month, even If all
one's time be not given to It.
"Work, of this kipd, moreover, Ib not
necessarily drudgery, but, in addition
to all tho experience and knowledge
of the world which will be gained in
a three months' canvassing trip, an im
mense amount of genuine fun and
pleasure can be obtained, particularly
If the trip bo made by two or three
college friends working togctner. If
such a trip is planned through some
section of the country new to the men.
and if bicycles and cameras are taken
along as helps and pleasures, a gay,
free, Independent, light-hearted life
can be led even with a good deal of
hard (and profitable) work. Many a
Jolly laugh will ring out over the re
lation of the day's experiences, many
a pjeasansslde trip to some point of
interest will bo obtained, and, best of
all, the work 'pays tho freight and
leaves a substantial monthly balance
to the credit Of next year's college expenses.'
Professor Bessey Ib rejoicing In a
new book on "Nature Study," which
has just come Into his hands. There
Is generally so much gush and inmitl
gated nonsense In books on this sub
ject that It Is encouraging to find one
which is strictly sane. This book was
prepared by Professor Hodge of Clark
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IT'S WARMING UP
Spring is at hand. We have a stronger line of Racycles
than ever. The 1902 Models are beauties. Several new
features. Come in and see them.
G ilRA R D C Y C LFcaT
Phone 908 1406 O Street
HERE ARE Jt
in Men's Oxfords lor this week:
PATENT COLT, Vici Kid and
Kussia Calf. They run $3.00 and
$3.50 a pair. They're beauties,
and you will say so, too, if you
take a look at them.
Don't that old
need New Tires?
are selling them
On account of
Bicycles and all
Bicycle of yours
our Removal Sale
Sundries at same
202 St Mb St,
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