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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1900)
Art In the Kitchen.
Guest Tho soup eoenia to havo n pe
culiar taste 1
Host Yoa; you eoe, iny wlfo paints I
As she litis to cook, too, she places her
ennel by tho kitchen range, and occa
sionally sho makes, n niistako and dips
her brushes into the food or daubs the
canvas with tho soup ladle 1 Lustigo
3 'flO TOrtaAwSflJ
Find the boy whoso pa owns a candy
etore. New York Journal.
Look Pleasant, Auutlet
'What does it rain for, auntio?"
"Why, to make things look pretty
and nice, stupid 1"
"Is that why you came out without
your gamp, auntie V" Judy.
Before Buying Note Books, Tablets, Stationery, Etc.
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U. of N.
U. of N. Paper
ROPER eft BOOMER.
A rorchnnitcd Thinker.
"Well, well I It is always the unex
pected that happens."
"It niver happens tome, sor; Oi, al
ways expect it."
Jipes Well, znr, I come ng'in to
thank yo fer savin my boy from drownin
this niarnin, at tho risk of yer own loife
Tho Squire Oh, that will do, my
man that will do.
Jipes Then maybe yer honor baint
got 'arf a crown to 'elp a poor man to
drink yer 'ealth, zur. Ally Sloper.
A PROSPERITY ROUND ROBIN.
"Everything has gone up In price."
"Why is it?"
"People are able to pay more."
"Why are they able to pay more?"
"Because everything has gone up in
AN EASIER WAY OUT.
Proprietor If you don't stop eating
so much candy I'll have to let you go.
Drug Clerk Oh,say now, you know
I'm a valuable clerk; suppose you juBt
quit keeping candy.
rw (&& n
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Tfflcn iflam Just out. Cut this ad
t m v',t, out and send It to us
1 with $1.00 and we will send you one of the
new viem urapnopnones uy Express. COD.
fllmrrt Inf9nnnal!nn Vn . ..! I. -.
1 - ---"... .-..w.., .viu MU examine II Bl
vnnr rynriKi nlfi' qml rjn..l A..tl..
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entirely satisfactory In every way, and the equal in
value to any machine sold at $10 and I2, pay our aeent
Our Special Oiler Price, $S loo, anS eei. char!'"
less the $ sent with order. For home amusement this
Ifino nf Mnrrv.Mnl. will entertain a
feWi"d UR "ke 'dock. P ys all the pieces ol Soma's and Gilmorc5. I a,, Is!
Recites, Tells tunny Stories, will repeat youi own voice, your friend's voice, sonw
sung into It.stories told to it. You can make your records easily and reprtx uce them
at once, as often as desired. Price S,oo Incfudes Improved Gem Graphop one, one
Vi EiDd,umnlUm ffep,ndllcSrf ?e 1r-'nch horn' ne "ear'"S Tube. Eta Exhi
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le.C i? lwS WCek' 25 Kin0SPf does for the eye 'what the Graphophone does"? the ear tfb- P "
tettiaCturt m5 M. f'i; Reproduces in miniature the same subjects as the large hundred dollar
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Sf lTp,esV8iKw I"u"ra,edr Klnetoscope GraphophonVaWRecord8 Catalogs conulnne lull desaln
tlon of large exhibition show outfits, ranging from $10 to $.50, sent Iree on request. u,,u"",n6 ,u "escrip-
Harger& Blish, Western Selling Agts. 904-910 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
is opposite the Campus.
Students contemplating the study of
music, and those who have friends
desirous of information concerning
the advantages offered, are cordially
invited to visit the school and obtain
an illustrated Catalogue. You can
enter at any time
A G0LLE6E CALENDAR
will bo given to any person bringing five
now subscribers to the Nkduakkan
Hesperian for remainder of year. See
calendar at University Uook Store.
Anyono Bonding a sketch nnd description mar
quickly nscortnln our opinion free whether an
Invention Isprobnbly pntentnblo. Communica
tions strictly confidential. Hnndbook on Patents
sent f roo. Oldest nrtoncy for flccurlnp patents.
Pntonts taken through Munn & Co. receive
tprcfal notice, wtthout clinrgo, In tho
A hnndsomcly lllustrntpd weekly. Tirecst cir
culation of nny sclontlllo Inurnal. Terms, $3 a
yonr four months, 1. Sold by all newsdealers.
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