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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1897)
til K U ti S f Kill A N
l)o you attend chapel V
Prof. Brunei is making elaborate arrangements to
classify city poly-ticks He says their scent some
what resembles that of the Kansas chintz-hug.
ITo & sum flend friend
Of all ingenuous blessings rare
Inventive minds contrive,
They sell, in answer to my praye,
Star Pepsin two for live
Now it will take but half the tin '
To feed my oscillating chin.
BAKER HKFORK THE TRIBUNAL
Oli, how it grieved my tender heart
When ho explained just why he took
Without ensent, that choicest book.
As penitential tear-drops start,
To hear the 'thunder' of Miss Jones.
While Baker's knees played rattlohones.
KMRIWON VBUSUS "HIGHER CULTURE."
Old Uncle Samuel xtroked his beard
And spat like one whose mind is cleared
Of some perplexing matter,
And said; "Those eastern lads of mine,
About their higher culture line,
Do raise a dinged clatter.
But western culture is the sort
That made me great and some how ort
lo keep my household healthy.
Iliose eastern lads are great for show
With one-eyed specs and 'doucher know'
And my, but Dad is wealthy,'
Hut western culture is the 'stuff'
i, rows a youngster man enough
lodienmy fam'ly vine,
Or smite the pesu, with potent rod,
lhatcuroo the fertile acres broad
W sister Argentina."
And then be sat down ami wrote
io h. boys at the U. of N. -Emerson
And Prof. Brunei.
A ,,0A-CE-WlSn I WERE 8TOI.TC.
Iefre my sUu-y 1 begin
ill acquaint you with this pair;
"themud tea Union lad
apples, green cheese and drink cider.
Iewa,annuft 'T " a ,'a"
rak rt,ymc In rtiemke.
Of the mud which clung on like uiohu-scx.
Then Stick-in-the-mud her rubbers tied on,
But she could not place one foo 'fore t'other;
Then the gallant young knight caught her up in his
And carried her 'cross to his brother.
He denies that he did this, (although he's quite stout)
And says he was not in such haste;
But 'tis proven to all without shadow of doubt,
By the muddy prints left on her waist.
Although it's all over the blushes will come,
If you mention to them March Eighteen;
And to one who asks for the details, they say,
"The best part of it, never was seen."
and U. Company
1-217 O St. West Half of Trunk Factory
Pants to order $3.50, $4-, $5 and up
Suits, $18, $20 and up
Cloaking, Overcoating and Vesting
Goods by the yard.
All work first-class and guaranteed
IT IS NO LONGER A QUESTION
Where the Young Men buy there
Nobby Furnishing Goods and Hats
It is at the
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO'S
There is a reason for this. The
Armstrong Clothing Co. are up
to date and carry a stock which
would do credit to Chicago or
New York ,..-,-
A WORD ABOUT SPRING SUITS.
We have an entirely new stock.
Any of our suits for voung men
at $5.40, $7.50, $0!00, $12.50
and $15.00 have a snap and style
about them which is only equal
ed by our best Merchant Tailors
work. It cost you nothing to
investigate. Call and inspect the
best stock of Clothing, Hats and
Furnishing Goods in Nebraska
before you buy. We will save
1013-1019 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
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