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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1899)
WB auks' up to datb in
Hurd's High Grade Stationery.
Gunther's Famous Candies.
Ice Cream Soda and Frozen Phosphates. ,
RIGGS' PHARMACY, SS0'
There is "o other Bicycle as
Nowiihcfh?ugglin0ado can b compa-
Billn?eyer & Sadler,
202-4 6 South llth Street.
for graduates are fully expressed
by presenting a '
Solid gold and sterling silver
in latest design.
v , vjoia upon mern.
Large it Fountain Pen
rianufacturcrs in the World.
157 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Cottrel & Leonard
Albany. Now York.
Makers of tho
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.
Why Not Start
A Stamp Collection?
Call after May first. Albums with
200 stamps, 715c; albums with 300
F. R. FINNIGAN, 439 South 12th Street
TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN
Lincoln and Auburn, Fulls City. Atchison,
and Kansas City.
City Ticket Office, 1039 O St.
H C. Townsend, G. P. & T. A.
F. D. Cornell C. P. & T.A.
HVMHHH v tb4
w BeV .BSBiElSSjSiZ"1
good as a
I "STEVENS FAVORITE"!
2a-inch barrel, weight 4 J pounds.
Carefully bored and tested. For
.23, .25 and .32 rim-fire cartridge.
No. 1 7.
Plain Open Sights, $6.00 '
Target Sights, $8.50"
Ask your dealer for the " FAVO
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 val
uable information regarding rifles
and ammunition in general.
! J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO. i
eF P.O. Box 921
CHICOPEB PALLS, MASS.
GOOD PRINTING . .
is a paying investment and a
necessary adjunct to a suc
cessful business. On the con
trary, poor printing (and we
refer to the kind 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 with us, anJ you
will always be satisfied, both
as to quality and price.
Hunter Printing Co.,
Print Anything for Anybody
n.w!lr, "''"'""f 'ketrli anil dcnoriptlon nmr
quickly uwurt tin. true, whether un ItiVtiUioii Is
lirolwhir ,.nlei,ijn,ie t'ommunkalloiV. M.letlr
C'liinoi'iitial. Oliliit numwr fomecutitiK twteiiu
i.mVV.V'?-!, W "', Wa.hliitoii ijlllce.
wrt&tiS'Stftr" Mu,m c" m,ro
, SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,.
11.M.K .. I.."., '''"''""I WII'llMI UM.l 1U.ND
uook o.s i'.ni m MUi fre. AdUrci
j J I. Stephen. Vnf, Harry K. WINon. Hee
lw ri Hlkljop. V.-I'ruH W. O. Stephens, Tren
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Terra lln April 24 and Juno 10.
Firm elan Instruction in nil liusln'-ss nnd
shorthand studio. Write for catalogue or coll
at the ofllco.
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
13lh and P Slreel. Tel. 254. Lincoln, Neb
3 t I It "Takes Down."
FKOM WOMAN'S EDITION.
As I wea gnein' (loon the street,
1 met a 111011 wl' bonny feet.
He held his head up toe Alhe sky,
And his arni3 akimbo as he parsed 1y
Ol 'he wes a glide Phi Psl, Phi 11,
And he lrold ills bond sac hi, sao hi
I caiuia walk thmt gait, says I, says I,
Sne I'll pass ye by, Phi Psl, Pint Psl.
Horn Wowing- is tho kind of blow
ing which the university public en
dures most good naturally. All men
are eligible to blowship who can do
nothing else. The man who 11m Ices the
band go walks In front and tries to
take longer steps than other men.
Sometimes alio band gives a concert.
A man stands up and shakes a stick
llavi you read the last magazine of
the world's best literature, namely,
to-wit: The Kioto? It cogUs live cents.
it literates periodically, that is to
say, once each month.
Jt, immely, to-wit: The Kioto In
Ite man, namely, to: wit: The Klote
Man should write a dictionary of art.
This is Our Idea. We have also other
Ideas. They will be of great value to
the Kioto. For instance e. g. here is
to send me here instead of to Welles
a sample of o-r ideas:
The Kiote is the single institution
which hns no yell. Now a, Kiote should
make a noise in the world. We sug
gest 'this wail to the Kiote:
K I, K I, o-t-e.
Biggest thing in U-ni-v
It will be readily seen 'that our as
sort men t of ideas is choice.
CIKC'L'MSTANCES ALTAK CASKS.
He (coming down the library jJtcps
during chape)) "Say, you nln'-t going
to class are you?"
She (stopping iiidin'ereivtly)- "it
depends upon Whether lucre's any
thing better to do hanging round."
He (insinuatingly) "I'm bnngiing
She (with a .shrug) Yon usually
are! Natural vocation evidently."
He "Hully Oec, 1ut you've got a
She (sticking her parasol in the cor
ner of the step) "O no, but T speak
the truth occasionally just to Fee how
He "I've 'been waiting all the
morning to talk to you."
She (with withering scorn) "So
l'c noticed and all yesterday lifter
noon too. You only took bench work
with that pretty little 'brown' heiircd
girl to keei) from dying of eivivui until
I should get out of Lit."
He (in injured tones) "I don't
think she's pretty. I was bored to
death all the time, and then you
sailed otV with thnt confounded golf
suit and looked a thousand mjles up
into the air when yon passed me."
She "IT. study the nails in the side
walk if your lordship prefers, lint I
suppo.M'd you might feel a little uni
barassed since you had asked to walk
home with me and then deliberately
He (quickly) "I didn't anticipate
the pleasure of the golf suite' com
pany when I aked you."
She (as thouirh suddenlv enlighten
ed) "Oil." (then with a brilliant
smile, daiugeroiisly sweet), "and she
invited you down last night. I sup
jM)e?" He (relieved, thinking the storm
over) "Ves, worse hick. Are yon go
ing violet hunting with me odnv?"
She (meditatively) "No."
He (wrth the air of a man prepared
to sift filings to the bottom) "Well
I'd like to know why not?"
She (looking oft" across the campus
slowly) "Mnimly hecaut I'm going
wii'h homebody else."
He (wrnthfnlly) "Well I reallv
1 hope you mid the golf suit have a
good time. Perhaps I will hee von
out mere cr Don't let me k
you from your class."
She holds herself roiiinrl.-nlil.- -,.n
and people notice it and wonder
alii. ut it. One day a mere man km id to
"Kr pardon me, y know. Miss M .
lut. it . could yon tell inc. v' know
wlint exerclne you ,tnke to g'et your
shoulders like that, don't y' know?"
She looked at him. at hfs cap, IiIk
sweater, his hlnck and white checked
golf suit nnd his yellow shoe.
"It's gym.. I suppose, isn't it. don't
y know?" lie suggested.
"No." slie said finally. ot alto
gether." "It's just like beln' ool v know.
You win pray all you want fo'ljii't' nod
won't ninke you good unless vou try
yoursoif nnd bare some of it naturally
in you. fiym won't straighten you
up. if you're too lazy 10 put your own
soulders hack, don't you know," and
Kite looked nt him again.
They sit out there upon the grass,
J hey arc skipping every blooinin'
fWiey are a senior nnd a lass!
The Month of Roses
WRICHT, KAY & CO.
HATEKNITY KM DBMS
Send for Catalogue ami Price list. Spoclnl.
tlusluns on application
110-142 Woodward Ae. - DETROIT. WICM.
E. & a.
Students worlc a Spcclulty.
1144 O ST.
Good Darbers.New Furniture. Excellent Work
VIA THE BURLINGTON
Buffalo, New York, June 12; return limit June 17.
St. Louis. ,io., June 19 and 20; return limit June 24.
Detroit, Mkb., July 3, 4 and 5; return limit July 15.
KichmonJ, Va., July 10, II and 12; return limit July 31.
OITY TiCKHT OFPtoe:
CORNER I0TH AND O STRPETS
Music and Picture Dept.
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO., 12th and N street
is welcomed at this store by a showing of sui
loveliness in dainty fabrics, in fashionable fadl
fancies and delicious delicacies. Such a showi
only a large establishment can present and
price quotations as only immense buying and si
will permit. Everything to add to the comfJ
home and person during the warm summer sc
and nothing but reliable merchandise anywhere!
0EBP8L S9Ee 60 J
of a tailor made shirt
is only known to those
who wear them.
It's because they are
Cheaper, too, in the
j doz. to order, JjQ
white or colored Uw
Harper's Shirt Fact
Upstairs, iota O Street
VitFl have the only Shirt
Choice Collection of Vacatiol
.. .-.v .u. ...b iuuiiu Hl fiius i,wu IUI IIIC UUUVC CAlUI'miu,
Los Angeles, Cal.. N. E. A. meeting, June 25 to July 8; final lunit :
ocuriuuci t, tow; rate ?.'..
Inform .tion regarding above excursions at the following t es
7TH ST. BGTWcEN P AMD
We have in stock a large line of books, suitable for graduating
pupils, in pretty bindings, and at popular prices. You can buy i
some as low as ioc each and as high as $c.oo. Write for in
formation respecting our Encyclopedia Briltanica Club. oui
can get the complete set of -to volumes, cloth delivered, earn
age paid, on the payment of $1.00, and monthly payments of J
All New M usie at half the publisher's price. Send for catalogue
of 5c music, containing 4,000 pieces. During our May sale
we will make special prices on Pictures 'and Picture Frames.
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