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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1894)
Crandall, key and locksmith, 134:5 O st.
Orandall sharpens skates, 1315 O street.
Crandall repairs guns and revolvers, 1315
Teeth withont plates are a specialty with
Dr. Hodgeman's Dental Parlors are over
Harley's Drug Store.
For a perfect lit, try L. H. Meyer, the
Tailor, 1146 0 street.
Take your shoes to "Walt's for repairs.
Good work guaranteed .
W. E. Burlingim makes a specialty of
Fine Stationary and Engraving.
Students get a reduction from usual rates
at Dr. Hodgeman's dental office.
On the northwest corner Thirteenth and
O streets, Fiegenbaum's Pharmacy.
Two first class Eclipse Cameras 4x6 with
Tripods. Will close out cheap. W. E.
Burlingim, 1120 O St.
Bought, sold or exchanged second hand
books. University of Nebraska books a
specialty, at Lincoln Book Exchange, 126
South Twelfth street.
Lincoln Base-Ball club "Pirates" have
made arrangements with W. E. Burlingim
special agent for Spaldings Athletic goods
in Lincoln, for their supplies this season.
L. A. Bumstead has consolidated his
Men's Furnishing Goods business with that
of Paine & Warfel at 1136 O St. The
firm now stands Paine Warfel & Bumstead.
To my student friends: This is to notify
you that I have changed the location of my
business from the Lindell Hotel block to
1136 O St. where I will be much better
prepared to provide for your needs in the
clothing and furnishing goods lino.
See my "ad"1' in this issue of Hesperian.
L. A. Bumstead.
of Paine Warfel & Bumstead.
THE l'LAOE TO HUY A WHEEL.
A. W. Gump & Co., the well-known
bicycle dealers of Dayton, Ohio, open a
wii) tor every one to have a wheel of their
own in defiance of hard times. They carry
in stock over 2,000 wheels, both new and
second-hand, and so conduct their business
that they are enabled to save a buyer any
where from 30 to 50, and sell either for
cash or on credit. Any one who is con
templating the purchase of a wheel should
have the list issued by this firm. They
mail it free to all who send them a request.
A Wonderful Invention.
A typewriter is now on the market which is
radically different from anything that has ever
yet been manufactured, having the capacity of
writing two letters at the same instant, rendering
it possible to write almost, if not quite, twice as
rapidly as on any other machine.
Its name is the Duplex, and it derives its name
from its double alphabet (one for the left hand
and one for the right), and also from its double
center or two points of contact for type and pa
per. The two alphabets are duplicates in arrange
ment, and are easily learned.
All other typewriters have but one point of
contact for type and paper, and hence can print
but one letter at a time.
In addition to the Duplex feature, this type
writer is neat in appearance, occupies but little
space, is light and durable, having received at he
World's Fair not only awards for speed but also
The Frederick & Hamilton Company have the
agency for this machine for Lincoln and Lan
caster county, and it may be seen at their office
at ii2o M street, 3rd floor, or at 1127 O street at
S. K. Marley's telegraph school. See cut and
advertisement in another column.
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