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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1893)
BY WORKING FOR US
You can earn $500.00 in 10 weeks. $1,000.00
can be made in the same time by a wide-awake
man who will organize a band of six students to
work under our plan and sell
"Scenes from Every Land,"
THE BOOK OF THE CENTURY.
Over J500 IMilKiiiflcciit Photographic VUvh
Size, 11JxJ4J Inchon. Introduction by
GEN. LEW WALLACE,
Author of "Hcnllur."
Descriptions by Edward Everett Hale, D
D., Russell Conwell, D., D., LL D., Hon.
Wm. C. P. Breckinridge, Henry Wateihun
and other talented writers. Ahead of all
competitors, larger views, finer photographs,
twice as many of them, more handsomely
bound, and lower in price; sells at sight to
people who ijever bought a book in their
lives; agents of other books throwing their
outfits away and begging for territory ;
beautiful sample views free; absolute con
trol of field; goods on credit.
This work is indorsed by leading ministers and
college presidents everywhere. No such thing
as failure. Special inducements to influential
students to present our methods to his friends.
Don't be afraid of us. Our commercial rating is
Aa 1. We refer to any bank in the United States.
To those who have never traveled it is a mine of now
wealth, and to those who have journeyed far and wide,
a treasure of reminiscences.
Oliver Wendell Holmes.
"Scenes from Every Land," is a text-book, a foreign
lour and an art gallery, all under one cover. Every
partner in the amazing combination has done his work
like a master printer, publisher, photographer and
author deserve high praise and wide patronage.
John H. Vincent,
Bishop M. E. Church
Write immediately for circulars and full infoima
Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick,
ADDltKSS IHCI'T. II.
Two Young Men
J Farmer Boys
t decided to better their lot in life.
) One wanted to be a business man,
k the other an educator. Propara-
tion was necessary of course. They
! $140 Each
at the Western Normal Col
lege, Lincoln, Neb. This sum
paid the school expenses for
one year of fortv-oight weeks.
A Good Education.
This was a life endowment and
besides the pleasure.comfort.satis
faction and mental discipline to be
derived from the education itself,
it elevated them in the eyes of
their fellow men.
They Now Earn
A Year Each.
One as cashier of a national
bank, and stockholder in tv
banks, the other as professor
in a leading western college.
Both are moilel young men
and have the confidence, res
pect and esteem of the busi
ness men, students and all
classes of people with whom
they are brought in contact.
They attribute their success
to the training received at
the Western Normal College.
This colleirc lias clone a like
service (in a greater or less
degree)for its 1 2000 graduates.
It dill :l.1f1 Will r1r it f, ..,.
!You In a Rut?
k If so get out of it. For particulars
fie r ittK.... n..l 1. 1 I
.... vw ,wiv;u aim now, seiui lor por
traits and histories of the above .
mentioned young men and many
('tilers. Make your decision to-day. '
Write at once. ,
WM. 31. CKOAN, ProHidcnt,
W. T. K1NSU3Y, Sce'y ami Tmis.
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