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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1899)
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irlurd's High Grade Stationery.
Gunther's Famous Candies.
ice Cream Soda and Frozen Phosphates.
RIGGS' PHARMACY, &:
Thero is "o other Bicycle as
No other Bugoy made can bo compared
with the genuine
Billiseyer & Sadler,
202-4 6 South I lth Street.
for graduates are fully expressed
by presenting a
Solid gold and sterling silver
in latest design.
oiu upun mciii
Largest Fountain Pen
nanulacturers In the World.
157 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
I n tor to llcKiatti
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 tbe bench.
Why Not Start
A Stamp Collection?
Call after May first. Albums with
200 stamps, 75c; albums with 300
F. II. FINNIGAN, 439 South 12th Street
TWO TKAINS DAILY BETWEEN
Lincoln and Miburn, I alls 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.
good as a
pf) I I I M R 1 I 3 RIIHOV
"STEVENS FAVORITE" J
sa-inch barrel, wcicht .M pounds.
Carefully bored and tcsti-il For
.33, .25 and .32 rim-firc cartridges.
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 rides
and ammunition in general.
J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO. f
CHICOPBB PALLS, MASS.
GOOD PRINTING . .
is a paying Investment anJ 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, an J you
will always be satisfied, both
as to quality aiu' nrice.
Hunter Printing Co.,
Print Anything for Anybody
fjinc-ki n- i'it mi, frt-u. wlicthLT uu invention li
pro hiit.ir n iluiiiiiljli) ( iiiiinunlcatiniiN Mrlitly
.. 1111,1..,, i,i tii...Mt iiirunc-y rurKufuniiirpiituiits
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Kliutiul iii.tiuiiln tliu
llu K .,1 1". W., I"I""','I'M" t,"',l" ""'' !
HOOK UN I'IIIMhh'III fiie, AJUiiii
MU's'N' .; CO,
1 .1 1. hlnphr-lii Pr s Hni-ry B. Wilson. Hoo
w i HMiop. v.-l'ros V C. Stoiihons. Trcs
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Tormt. Ii-bIii April tu anil Juno 19.
FlrKt cliiho Instruction in nil liuslii'-ns and
sliortuaml Htmllos ',Vite lor catalOKUo or coll
at tho ofllco
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
13lh and P Sfrool. Tel, 254. Lincoln, Nob
It "Takes Down."
1 f , ,.
YvWiSVA ZiriiXilAJ "
FllOM WOMAN'S EDITION.
As I was gaeln' (loon tho street,
I met mon wP bonny feet.
He held Ida bund up tne 'he Hky,
And Ida arms akimbo as he paused 1y
()t 'he was a guile l'hl PbI, Phi P1,
And he held his bend sne hP. sue hi
J eiinna walk tbmt gait, says I. nays 1,
Sne I'll Mfu ye by, Phi PhI. IMi Il.
Horn Wowing Is the khwl of blow
ing which Hie university public en
(lures most good nnturedly. All mon
nre eligible to blowshlp who win do
nothing else. The ninn who nudcos tho
band go walks in front and tries to
take longer steps Mum other men.
Sometime 'the band gives a eoneerk
A mun stands up nml shake a stdck
Have von rend lliu last, magazine of
the miWd's best literature, imiuoly,
to-wlt: 'I'be Kioto'.' M eosls five ouii'ta.
It literates periodic-ally, that Is to
snv, onee eaeh month.
It, immely, to-wlt: The Kioto In-
en ted art.
lus man, namely, to:wkt: 't'he Mote
Mnn should write 11 dictionary of art.
This is Our Idea. We have also other
ideas. ''" y will be of great value to
tihe Ivtote I'or luatiinee e. g. here Is
to send 1. here lnU'ntl or to Welles
11 sample of our idea.s:
The Kioto is the single institution
which has no yell. Now a Kioto should
make a noise in the world. We sug
gest tills wall to the Kioto:
K I. K 1. o-t-e.
Miggest thing in U-idv
Tt will be readily seen 'that our as
sortment of Ideas Is choice.
rilKVMSTANCBS AIPAlt CASKS.
lie (coining down the library Mteps
during chnpol) "Say you alnM going
lo class are you?"
She (stopping IndilYerently) "Tt
depends upon Whether t Here's any
thing better to do hanging round."
He (imsiiniiitingly) "I'm linngilug
She (with a shrug) Yon usually
are! Natural vcx'atlon eviden'tly."
He "Ilully f?ee, 1ut you've gft a
She (sticking her )nrasol in llio cur
lier of the step) "0 no, but 1 spc.,k
the truth occasionally jusi to see how
He-"I've "been waiting all Hie
morning to talk to you."
She (witih withering scorn) "So
l'e noticed and all yosturduy after
noon too. Yon only took bench work
with that pretty little ibrown haired
girl to keep fivun dying of eii'iuii until
1 should get out of Lit."
lie (in injured tones) "I don't
think she's pretty. I was bored to
death all the time, and then you
sailed otl wit'h that con founded golf
suit and looked a thousand mjles tip
into tho nJr when you passed me."
Sflio--"I'll situdy the nails in the side
walk If your lordship prefer, but, 1
siippo-ed yon might feel a little em
btirassed since you hud asked lo A:ilk
home with me and then deliberately
He (qniekJy)- "l didn't anticipate
the pleasure of the golf suit.' com
pany when 1 nked you."
She (a tlimigh hinldenh eiilighlen
cd) "Oh." (.then wH,h ' brilliant
smile, dnnigeronsly sweet), "and she
Invhed yu down last night. I sup
pose?" lie (relieved, thinking the storm
over) "Vcn worse luck. Arc you go
ing violet hunting with me lodnv?"
She (meditatively) "Xo."
He (with the air of a man prepared
to !ft things to the bottom) "Well
I'd like to know why not?"
She (looking oil' across the campus
rdowly) "Mainily because I'm going
with somebody else."
He (wrathfully) "Well I reallv--I
hope you and ihe goH suit Imve a
..w.,l .1 II. ...1 . ...
' 1 hit. icriiups 1 win see YI
out mere, er Don't let me kr
you from your cIiihh."
Sin- liolidx herself r(Mniirkabl. well
and people nptlec it and w'onder
abiiiii It. One day a inpie mail sulci to
"Kr pardon me, y' know. Mix M .
but er--. eoujd you tell me. v' know
wiint eveivlne you ,nke to get your
Hhoui.leii, like thnt. don't ' know?"
She looked tit him. nt bis cap, his
Bweaitor. his black and white clieeked
Klf milt and his yellow sboe.
"It's gym.. 1 snppost. isn't It. don't
Kiiom?" in. siiggostod.
"No." !he snld flnallv. "Not al'to
"It'.s just, like belli' good y' know.
on eiui pniy j,n you want to' but find
won't make you good miles you trv
joniiiolf and bare snine of it naturally
in you. Oym won't stiiulg-hten you
up. if you're too hizy to put vour own
soulders back, don't you know," and
Klip looked nt 1i1m ngain.
They sit out thero upon the gra
They urc skipping- every bli
fHhey tire a senior and a lass!
The Month of Roses
WRICHT, KAY & CO.
HATKHNITY ASNOUNGKM KNTS
Semi for CntnloKiie a l Price list Stiecliil.
(Ii-sIijdh on nppllcntlon
H0-I42 Woodward Ave. DETROIT. WICH.
n. & c.
Studonts work u SiK-clulty.
1144 O ST.
Good Harbors, Now Furniture. Kxcellont Work
VIA THE BURLINGTON
Buffalo, New York, June 12; return limit June 17.
St. Louis Mo., June 19 and 20; return limit June 24.
OITY fiCKBT OFFICE:
CORNER IOTH AND O STREETS
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 fads
fancies and delicious delicacies. Such a showi
only a large establishment can present and
price quotations as only immense buying and M
will permit. Everything to add to the comft
homo and person durine the warm summer s
and nothing but reliable merchandise anywluMi
of a tailor made shirt
is only known to those
who wear them.
It's because they are
Cheaper, too, in the
C do., to order, (JjQ
white or colored Mu
Harper's Shirt Fact
Upstairs, loia O Street
Gl have the only Shirt Fl
Choice Collection of Vacatio
uciroii, (nun., juiy i, 4 and s; return limit July IS.
WchmoiiJ. Va., July 10, 11 and 12; return limit July 31.
One tare for the round trip plus $2.00 for the above excurM m-..
Los Ang.-l. . Cal.. N. E. A. meeting, June 25 to July 8; final Mint
Sep'e-nber4, 1899; rate $52.
InfoM'i .Mon regarding above excursions at the following -it es
7TH ST. BETWeEN P AMD
We have :n stock a large line of books, suitable for graduating;
pupils, m 1 1 etty bindings, and at popular prices. You can buy ;
some as low as ioc each and as high as $c.oo. Write for in
formation lespecting our Encyclopedia Brittanica Club, ou;
can get the complete set of 30 volumes, cloth delivered, carn
age paid, on the payment of $1.00, and monthly payments of
All New Music 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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