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KIND KLL OTHER OPCVS ,
THE BURLINGTON'S DENVER LIMITED LiTl
Denver people have named this train
!iq;L.tamVS ON TIME
City Ticket Office:
Corner 10th and 0 Sts.
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OCtlll UslC UULUHn i tof frame wanted and w. w II shi I O 1) f. rthe bslance (IIS 7S an i clpretacharfesi.
mh eft . es-ai' ol n -pi.flrai ! d. n t find it the aaeet ederfal Rlrjcle orer eser taaae, lend It back at iur a
in. OUIirU 1 O.ls V If y-n d t - rt 1 t-e di.apjv.inted W cents d count for ca.h In full with order
ULflT? UOf7? r afNVf'afNa a?C Acmrl'telineof 99 Made), at SILCO and up Seceitd.fcaad
TfC nAVEi XZ I VB-C3 K.fl.ll.flO. (.intK.ir)EIl AGENTS
n Mftn.n t. irnrMfniut ItiinitrM akrnMl thotr tiirrcla
fr ut. U Freo XJto of nnle rhwlto trents.
the rrettit Kxctuftltc lllcyrle llonee In the worU
imcjLro, 10 any ei press com par r and w our cuiiomrr everyw n
Te MraJ CycU Co, art atnoiwUty rtUatte arJ Jroyu
I "STEVENS FAV'ORITE" I
23-inch barrel, weight 44 pnuncls.
Carefully bored and tested l'or
az, .25 and 32 rim-firc cartridges.
No. 1 7.
Plain Open Sights,
Ask your dealer for the ' FA VO
RITE' If he doesn't keep it we
will send, prepaid, on receipt of
Send stamp for complete cata
logue showing our full line, with al
uable information regarding rifles
and ammunition in fencr.il.
'J, STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL COi
rtlif' P.O.Box 921
CIIICOPOG PALLS, MASS.
Gregory sells Coal
Bost Quality. Meat Price
Phona 343 1044 O Street.
im 1 It "Takes Down."
7th St. between P and Q.
Iroquois Bicycles SICS
400 of the famous Iroquois Model 3 I Wm n.cr'1"
tllbesoldatlf.;5eath.jusloae.lklrl taelrr at alee.
IROQUOIS CYCLE WORKS FAILED SKT VX
lee eipeaslielt bulK, and n hae loucht the entira plant at f..rre.l
ale at SO eeale on Ike dollar. Ith it we rot 4i M.-if I Ii..)u..i. l,
cjclrs finillir.1 and eonilele. Made tO Soil Ot SCO. Toad
lertiseour ttutliies Me ha, Concluded to sell ll - tvw at just what
lliey stan I us aid tniVe the murirlou fiUVr of a Model S
artrutitu t date, fam use,er where for leautyantltKIUalit)
nCCPDIDTnU ' Irrxjui is M 1e1 3 it toowell know n t itrel
UCOunlr lull a delaileldrriti..n Shelhjr l in seamless
ULWUIIir lull a detailed decrition bhelhy IS in seamless
tnhinc improre'l two-piece crank, detachable sprockets, arch crown.
unr-rprM two-piece crank. detachable sprocket, arm eriwn,
hul and ham-er, 21 in drop, finest nickel and enamel col- ri.
.'.', .'I an I M 'n Ladies .": In hesf lieord. ruaren
thrums - 'it Our Written Ounratntee- with etery iMcsrle
lid tnr Thil rtrwt rfl7r whtlt and tiih for work dut
Writ f"? our liberal proposition. We are known mjrhr
nd tre perfectly tellable, w refer to ny Unk or buiintit hou- In
J, . MEAD CYCLE CO.. Chicago, III.
lentrJ rocwiit Hirtcte at $tt.7S are comdrftbarouHj.t:ditr
Cottrel & Leonard
Albany. New York.
Maker-, of the
Caps, Gowns and Hoods
To the American Colleges and Uni
versities. Illustrated manual, samples,
prices, etc., upon request. Gowns for
the pulpit and the bench.
TWO TRAINS DAILY UETWEEN
Lincoln and uburn, Falls City Atchison
and Kansas City.
City Ticket Office, 1039 O St.
H. C. Townsend, G. P. & T. A.
F. I ). Cornell, C. P. & T.A.
IS THE BEST
G. E. HAGER, Agent, . . Law Librarv
0 JaaV aaal " JsTetB 0 TLaUaaaaaWB
MUX'S LITTLE 1IKIU3 IUDLOW
Wush't I wuz a toyl
So'a I could jump ntul run
An' yell real loud an' whistle,
An' tlto nn' hnvo tho niostcst fun,
Like Iwys duz.
Wusli't I wuz n loyl
Wush't 1 wuz u boy I
So'h nimv won't alius suy:
"Don't striuldle the fence now, Wan
Nleo trlrls don't do that way."
Hut. boys duz
Wush't 1 wuz a hoy I
Wush't I wuz a lnyl
'N" when they call me nnuics:
"Toinboy, rajr-tull," and "Whlstllu'
'N' 1 could llto mime's
Wush't 1 wuz a lnyl
Wush't 1 wuz a boy I
'N' me and .lohn could play
At. "skiu-the-wit" an' "Imp-frog'."
.M, divss Is In the way
Hoys panta ain't,
Wush't I wuz a Wyl
Wush't 1 wuz a boyl
All ,'li'ls J.""! fni'ilst
To tlust and' swvep an scold,
Sewln' on last week.
Wush't I wuz a boyl
Wush't. 1 wuz a boy!
Wush't Hod M made girls boys,
An' ina'dc boy jjlrls 't'd been
'X I'd bin ".lohn." an' .lohn
Hln "Liza Ann," by nniiie.
Wush't lie had!
Wusli't 1 wuz a boy!
She can drive a blooded pacer,
Or a frisky four-in-haud;
She can drive a jwioiny racer,
And with a tandem she is grand.
She can drlu a bargain quickly.
She can drive men to drink,
She can drive a way the thickly
Coming agents in a wink.
She can do all such thing rightly,
Hut her driving instincts fail
When she grasps a hiar brush tightly
And attempts to drive a nail.
"Darling gently lisped the nmiden,
15 ed at. a rose grew his face,
"if you never loved another.
How then learned you to embrace?"
.loyously he pressed her to him,
Whispering in her ear with haste.
Footi-ltall trainers, while at college,
iMode us tnele found the waist."
"I am not expecting any package,"
.vnid the lady of the house. "This is
the number,'" persisted the driver of
the delivery wagon, looking at the
"James lliggins. ain't it?"
"Thnf.s our number."
"Then it's for you."
"I ihink not. It must be a case of
"No. muni, it's a case of beer."
A student of the university
Sat starving in his scvit.
, There was lack of wholesome biscuit,
(There was dearth of tender meat,
Itut a waiter stood beside him
As the student head sank low.
' And in his ear gently whisiered,
Hoss, tie cook say dare am no more,
The starving student faltered
As he silt there thus alone.
And said I never more shall see
My old. my dear old home,
Take a biscuit and a sausage
When you go home on vacation.
And tell my folks at the old home
That I died of slow starvation.
Tell my brothers and companions
Where they meet and crowd around
To hear my mournful story.
On that pleasant vineyard ground,
That we ciheued the tough stcik
And when the meal was o'er
Full many 11 corpse lay ghastjy
l"pon the mess hall lloor,
And mid the dead and dying1
Were some with broken 'teeth.
The death rattle in their throats.
The marks of mess hall beef.
Dr. K. W. Davis goes to Chicago this
week t take part in the fifth meeting
of the Chicago section of the Ameri
ean Mathematical society. Students
of the I'nlwrslty will be interested to
know that of the papers to be read at
this meeting two are by members of
our faculty. Dr. Davis will speak on
"The (iroup of the Trigoiioinie Fun
tioiie." ami C. C. IJng-berg iion "A
Mod Miration of the Theory of ,ne
Characteristics of Kvolutes." Dr. Davis
alvo ;ihsjte in t.ho preparation of an
iiiiNirUinfe report on mathematical
teaching, which will be subinitt.fi
later to the Xtitioiuil Educational as
The above greatly reduced rate has
been made by the Union Pacific to
California pointe. Through tourist
sleepers, quicker time than anv other
For tickets and full information call
on R. T. SLOSSON.
Sec our windows. Foot-Form store,
121S O utreet.
WANTED-- SBVRRAL TRUSTWORTHY
norinn. in thiR state to manned our husl
nessln tlifirnwn and nonr liv counties His
mnlnlvnfilpo work conducted at homo. Snlnrv
strnlfflit Jfto ri venr nnd exiwiixoN ilnllnltn
honnf.rto. no more, no losi salary. Month)yt7fi.
Reforonccs Knoloso snlf.nddniti'fil ntnmiwid
envelope. itiiiikht E. Hkss, Prost.
)ept. M. Plilcnco
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.
Many new and beautiful hats have arrived
since the formal opening day and are now
displayed on our counters. We won't attempt
to describe them but ask you to come and
see them this will do more than anything
we could say here to convince you that more
correct styles, more dainty richness or more
real beauty in millinery are not to be found
Violets upward from 3c a bunch; roses up
ward from 9c a bunch; lillies upward from
19c a bunch; foliage upward from 25c a
bunch. Ribbons and fancy trimmings of all
kinds. Handsome line of children's trimmed
and untrimmed hats.
Easter Gloves -
All the dainty shades that will be popular
this spring are included in all the grades of
gloves we carry, and we carry none but re
liable grades and makes. The glove we offer
for $1.00 is without exception the best value
we have ever offered for that price. Then
for $1.25 we have a value that has never
brought less than $1.50, and at $1.50 we
show a line superior to any other of the
same price we have ever seen.
WRICHT, KAY & CO
HATEKNITY KM HI-EMS
Send for Catatonic anil Price List. Sicclul
ik'sluns on appllcntlon.
140-H2 Woodward Ave. - DETROIT. WICM-
Students work a S)eclnlty
1144 O ST.
Gooil Harbor;,. New Furniture. Excellent Work
YOU TRAV'.L ALWAYS
To OMAHA All points east.
KANSAS CITY east and south.
DENVER and all Colorado points.
OGDEN and SALT LAKE.
BUTTE and HELENA.
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES.
Has the Best Modern Equipment.
Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Free Reclining Chair Cars.
For Time Schedules, Tickets, Reservations of Berths, Call or Address,
E. K. SLOSSON, Gen. Agt., 1044 O St., J. T. MASTIN, C. T. A.
H. G. BURT, Pres., E. DICKINSON, Gen. Mgr., E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T A.
laBBVBBBasBBUa illr ' kC ' i ITTf
For Style, Quality and Price
TAILOR MADE GOODS
You bhoultf cull on
143 N.13th St.
HERPOLSHEIMER & nn
HEBP0L8PEIP1EH & GO.
Have, your next shirts
made to order if you
want them to lit and
wear. It's economy in
the long run, to say
nothing of the comfort
One-half dozen to order,
white or colored,
Harper's "hirt Factory,
Upstairs, 1013 O Street.
I have the only shirl factory in Lincoln.
BEST ROUTE FROM
PLATES, FILMS, CARDS
AND PRINTING1 PAPER
FOR SAUC DY
LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
115 S. 1 1 tit St., Lincoln, Neb.
& SUIT COMPANY,
Oliver Theatre Building
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