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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1899)
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The Great Dissolution Sale
Continues (0 attract crowds of buyers, continues to interest thrifty peoplo, and is rapidly attaining the
end for which it was created. That is: Turning Merchandise into Cash at a Record
Ail departments offer values such as have never been offered to a Lincoln public before. Every
line of Merchandise is priced as low as it is possible for us to reduce it; in fact, nothing has been
neglected or overlooked in the preparation for this the most important event in our history.
This week's selling has indeed been most gratifying. The vast armies of buyers that filled the
store prove conclusively that people fully appreciate our offerings and realize what a saving an event
of this kind means to them. Our object is to raise a large sum of money as speedily as possible, and
to accomplish this we spare nothing; profit and price are alike sacrificed.
The Greatest Care and Attention Given to flail Orders
Lincoln, neb. HERPOLTHEinER &
WHEN YOU HAVE A
HURRY UP TRIP
It is the cheapest because you pity'iinio,
and time is money. 5
Solid trains, Lincoln to Denver, Chicago,
St. Louis and Kansas City.
G. W. BONNELL,
C. P. and T. A., Lincoln, Neb.
Prices from $11 Up.
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COLLEGE men everywhere are Invited to Bend far tho Wonhburn Souvenir Catalog,
It contains nearly coo portraits of artlsta and col'2lnn3, besides plv!:-j cono account
of the construction of Washburn Inatrumerts c-d a complete list cf ret prices.
Flrat-claos mur.lc dealer the world over cell Vaahburns, or Instruments may be
obtained from the makers
LYON & MEALY, CHICAGO.
The University of Minnesota,
College of Medicine and Surgery
ANNUAL SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER 20th.
Course of study, four yours; first two yours devoted to laboratory studios; tho lust two years mainly
to clinical branches. Clinical material derived from the hospitals and dispensaries of tho two
cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
DR. PARKS RITCHIE, Dean,
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.
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