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We, the undersigned, well but unfavorably known representatives of
D. O. 1. K. (Dependent Order of Pill Kutersj, desire information con
cerning the whereabouts of brother Cal O'Mell, ulius Pod O'l'illin. He
was last seen by brother Sed Litz In company with Herb Catliarticus,
Jiiun Dice, Cly Stier, Bill Yousness and Sir Cal Figy. at the Pillory of
Pilgrim, 1'ilgurlick & Co , where he mounted Adam IMllm-ytr's fatuous
nag "l'llliitz," and disappeated. The brother hud for years been trying
to cure himself of chronic constipation and biliousness and had ea en of
ptiriatori pills until he became viol ntly addicted to the ) habit
He then, contrary to the venerable traditions of our pillosophic order,
shamelessly deserted us.
vite your attention to the business part of the announcement. ANTI
PILL is reully the only remedy before the people, sold at the popular
price of 25 cents, that actually cures constipation without inducing cos
tiveuess or biliousness without causing plll-iowmcss or dyspepsia with
out weakening the stomach. You need not hesitate to use the sample
left at your house or handed you by your druggist. It isan ideal rcnucly
for ladies, the aged and the debilitated, all who dare not use strong
medicines. It is a purgative in the true sense of the term. Sold by all
druggists, 25 cents, or address
. . . Bureau
Cottrel & Leonard
Mukurs of tliu
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.
Weekdays Sundays Holidays
Stormy Days Cold Days
and all other days
DENVER LIMITED . .
Leaves Lincoln 0 p. in. exactly. Arrives at
Denver 7:10 a. in precisely
Denver people have named
this train "OLD TRUSTY"
ALWAYS ON TIME:
CityTldketonico: I llurltmjton Depot:
Cornur 10th nml O Slh 7th St hot. I nnil Q
Telephones 'a. Telephone S5.
TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN
Lincoln and uburn, Falls City. Atchison,
and Kansas City.
City TicKet uuice, tuaa u at.
H. C Townsend, G. P. & T. A.
F D. Cornell, C. P. & T.A.
, hi gS "' khl "f W P
ANDKKW A PlMAKlt,
A. SCII.I.A PlI.TAKKR,
I. O. Dinoi'ii.i.s,
Dated at Pillnpiue Pilliusula,
Apill Anno Pill lite.
lilt above is not as much
of a joke as some may
think. Its purpose is to in
UNION TEACHERS' AGENCIES
Rev. L. D. BASS, D. D., Alanager.
PittsburR, Pa., 'Toronto. Can., New
Orleans, La New York, N. Y., Wash
inston, D. C. San Francisco, Cal.. Chi
cago, 111., St. Louis, Mo., Denver, Colo.
There, arc thousiinilsof ixjsltlons to be tilled.
We had over 8,000 vacancies last season. Un
surpassed facilities for placing toucher In any
part or thi' United States or Canada. One fee
resistors In nine ofllceH
Address all Applications to Washington, D.C.
GOOD PRINTING . .
Is a paying investment and a
necessary adjunct to a suc
cessful busines?. On the con
trary, poor printing (and we
refer to the hind the other
fellow does) Is dear at any
price, and Is a standing re
flection both on the merchant
and the printer. Moral: leave
your orders witli us, and you
will always be satisfied, both
as to quality and price.
Hunter Printing Co,,
Print Anything for Anybody.
Why Not Start
A Stamp Collection?
1 will receive a nice, bright, clean
stock of Cuban, Hawaian, Porto Rico,
Philhpine and British Colonial stamps
about Mav tst. These stanins are
rheap now but will soon advance in
price, uan auer may nrsi ana inspect
some. Albums with 200 stamps, 715c,
albums with 300 stamps, $1 25.
F. R. FINNIGAN, 439 South 12lh Street.
J. L. STEPHENS, HARRY E. WILSON,
1 WM. G BISHOP, W. C. STEPENS,
I - Vice President. Treasurer.
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Terms Ih-kIu April 24 and Juno 19
First class Instruction In all buslm s and
Biiortlmnd studies. Wrlto for cutalocuu or call
1 LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
13th and P Street. Tol.264. Lincoln, Neb
T11K SlJNIOlt L'HOHM.
The senior promenade Friday ommi
liitf pros ed to be the most brilliant af
fair of tin; season. Pretty decorations,
beautiful costumes and excellent lim
bic all united in glvlnjr the ball an m
tlstic air. Although the crowd was not
large, it uiih limppy one. The pro
grain' con tnlni'd sixteen dances, Ini'lad
lug wiiHch, two-stops ti ml iive-stcps
togiMhcr with' several cstras. On the
back of the program was a neat en
graving. KcarliM and cream eoimtltutH
the bulk of the decorations, bun'lng
Ik'liig prettily draped from one cli.m
dellcr to the next. Mimic of more than
usual talent wins furnished.
For several yours the prom, has born
growing In Importance as a society
exent until the present It has reached
I its proper sphere. Although not n
large as the annual aiiair givenny me
juniors, it has obtained more prestige
ii ml is generally considered to bo of
higher social rank. It lin.s a quiet dig
nity connected with It which Is found
tibout in other school atTalrs. Patrons
lust eu'iilng were Chancellor and' Mrs.
Macl.cuin, Professor and Miis. Ikirbour,
Professor and .Mrs. Itlchards, and Mr.
Manning. The committee In charge
consisted of ilohn Kind, chairman; H.
. McCroor.v, 11. 1). Iindls, llurnion. H.
11. I lark. Misses (lore, Hrldgo, Cole,
and Randall. Mr. llarinoiv noted as
master of ceremonies. Aboiil llfty
couples were in ntitndanco.
Those present woic Misses WntUIn-,
Maefarland, lloutz, Morgan, Minor,
llargrcaves, Mellonry of DimviiWoii. la.,
Woods Ituruham, Woodward, Putnani,
Haclwood, Andrews, Clark, Hlcketts,
Dor.iu, Wallace, Henry, Wiggvnhorn.
Millar, La Sellc, Custer, Douglas, (lore,
.hick son, Iluycs, Winger, Mulry, Kay
niond (iarten, Tukoy, Colo, .Inynes,
Welch', Wirt, Eckel of St. .Joseph, Cun
ningham, Chilcott, Ilig-milK llnm
mond, Whiting. Itridgc, Mr. and Mrs.
Orcutt; Messrs. Keeil, Brown. Sliedd,
Crandnll, ICngcl, F. Koisinc, "r, Sum
ner, Sherman. Raymond, Tukoy, Ab
bott, Mansfeldo, m Fltgor.ild. Lieb
inan, Whipple, W'ntkins, Atwood, Mar
ley, Ii. llrmvn. M slier, Matson, King,
Lewis, Killln. Ilonlby, Sawyer. Seidell!
Slilek, Kolsoin. Hlcketts, Krwin, Rob
erts. Dales, Hiimphrey, Panoost, Van
Valin. Doran, lhycs, Lunijis, McCre
r.. Ilannon Clark.
I'lii' outdoor prntiitihlou will bo hold
'on tin- cainpub Friday ufU'iioon at :
n cluck. I'. () .M'lhnney otlcrs a twen
ty dollar gold nu-dnl to tlu contcM
ti nt making the most points over four
huudred mid n siecial medal will proli
alily be olVorcd . the M'vcral iiluuiiii
to the man win. brenkK tiho univcrhity
ict-ord. About diirty men haw cnt"r
l aul it )roniww b bo nu exciting
contest. Atlnilsfclon will he free.
The the pentithlon even In wiW mt.c
is iireliininuries to -decide partially on
filio nicii who will represent us in" the
Mime cwMnfa when w inet Kiiumim
iniheislty May (I.
About twenty atliletie inen met
Tuesday eeninr and decided upon the
track Miitsand also rec iiiinipuded that
t'lie athletic hoard ono-lder the award
injr of an X to men who win places
on the uiriwrwlty at.hletlc tetnniK.
'I ne freshmen held a nit'el'inj,' I'ri
ty afteriwHin and elect tsl (!. 12. Wil
kr mil imor of their tnick lieaiii. and
.1. 11. Hell ca)ialn uf tin lr 'biiM' lull
I'YeKhiueii pitJNpeetK aro ery bright
for wlnnljr the $:.() cup in the inter
elans contest, .May III. With such men
us Milliard, l'epnon, I'ollniir. Hewitt,
Wallncp. Mauch aiiti sevenil others
the e.n'et t win tjie nuisl pomtn.
'I lie iltllll'lll' luuilll lmv ll.wlill.l .lm
'junior ami senitir law classes shall be
classed as juniors and mmiIoi in till
athletic inter-class contests.
The Maxwell club held an election
t-'ntiirdny cveninjr. Tne rollnwin men
were fleeted to office for the eniiiny
year: II. lloldemni. president: O'Con
nor, lce presidt-iit; L. It. Kwtirt. fceere
tary, and Leih. serffeant-at-tirnis.
HASH HALL WEDNESDAY.
The Missouri gainu Wed nc-tiay prom
isos o he ehc and exciting. Hotli
teanib aro very strung, and have beon
playing high class ball. Thoy will play
in tlie following positions:
"vin. 0 Moon
Curtrlght p Molford
Coopor 1 1) Hhodiw
Iliiwkius 1! I) Hot-dor
lJowy b, Ooiiion
'tartol ss MoDcnuott
Ijultse. ef Kingsbury
Jos rf Hliss
Hev. H. (). Howhmde of the First
Hnpllst chinch will nddrcKK n mitnn
j Kcnlee of the Y. W. and Y. M. ('. A. In
1 lie cdnpcl at t o'clock net Sunday
afternoon April 30. Hy npeclal te
riucKt he will deliver his lecture upon
IWs "Itaten." Ewry jouiifj person is
cnriiesiiy reuctel to nttend the moet
inf am! share the Inspiration witli
which Dr. Kowlnmls alwa.VK llllfe Ids
hearer. Special iiiusie has been pre
pared, (tune and enjoy the service.
The Pnllndinn rocie'ty en'tentainud
he Oro.)h(ilanb of Weslevan Friday
cvenlnv. About sixty of tlhose In
WANTBU- SBVKItAL THUSTWORTHV
porsous In this Btate to inanaRo our bust.
BSfcR In tliolr own and near by counties. It Ip
iiiuiiiiv uuii-o woric conuueieu ai nomu. i? alary
stromlit toon a year nnd oxiwiweK dellnlto
iKinaudo uo moro. no loss salary. Monthly $75
rtQfQronoeb Enclose holf-addrosod utampcd
OIlVOlOJK) IT"IIHKItT K. Ukhs, Prost,
Detit, M. ohtcago.
HERPOLSHEIMER & GO.
THE SUMMER MERCHANDISE
will soon demand your attention it has
had our attention long; ago and the result
is a showing, in all departments, far su
perior to that of any previous season.
Fine Suits, Waists, Millinery, Dress Goods,
Shoes, everything comfortable, desirable
and stylish in summer apparel, and all
priced at those reasonable prices that have
made this store so popular with all people.
WRICHT, KAY & GO.
HATKHN1TY J j:VKt.UY
ATI'.KNITY NOVKLTI KS
for CataloKiio and l'rlcu List. Siicclal
tkihlciiM on application
140-142 Woodward Ave . - DETROIT, WICH.
Students work a Specialty
1144 O ST.
Good Harbers, Now Furullurc. i:zcullcnt Work
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 MDdern Equipment.
Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Free Reclining Chair Cars.
For Time Schedules, Tickets, Reservations of Berths, Call or Address,
E. B. 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.
Turpin's School of Dancng.
1 . . .Children's class, Saturdays 2:30 p. m.
Ladles and gentlemen's class, Mondays 8p.m. Assemblies or
Advanced Class, Wednesday Evenings.
Tho Academy offers mlvantago for cotillion clubs, privato parties, otc.
Is nowly furnished and decorated. Will bo rented at reasonablo rates.
For further information address,
newATu8.r9VowVoVK.nnd ALBERT TURPIN, l!,3n2coNlnf;r0t
For Style, Quality and Price ....
TAILOR MADE GOODS
You should call on
NEBRASKA PANTS & SUIT COMPANY,
143 N. 13th St. -
HERPQLSHEIWER & CO.
fie wk Co.
liuvo your next shirts
mudo to order if you
want thorn to fit and
wear. It's economy in
the long run, to say
nothing of the comfort
One-half dotcn to order,
white or colored,
Harper's Shirt Factory,
Upstairs, 1012 O Street.
I have the only shirt factory in Lincoln.
BEST ROUTE FROM
Oliver Theatre Building.
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