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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1886)
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Hlii and Shoes!
The shoes we sell at bottom prices and the $125 parlor organ we will give away Dec. 10th.
With each pair of shoes a ticket is given.
935 O STREET, LINCOLN.
GEORGE H. POEHLER,
ROPULA MAKER AND CONFECTIONER, HAS AGAIN OPENED HIS HANDSOME PARLORS K R
Shall always endeavor to give satisfactory terms to the students and hope to see them enjoy as me
pxsant hours in Poehler's place of business in the future as they have in the past.
Geo. H. Poehlkk, 1132 O St.
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Ki2-:tS. Eleventh SI.
Cabinets 3.00 per doz.
Proprietor of Capital
And dealer in fresh ami Salt Meats, Poultr), Kresli Lake
Fish and Game in Season.
Cash Paid for all kinds of Fat Stock.
1311 O STREET, IIETWEEN 13 AND 14.
Clason & Fletcher's.
-0IS.THE PLACE TO HUYo
And all Stationery Novelties.
1019 O St.'
Portrait and Landscape Photographer.
Stereoscopic Views of Principal Ituildinc for sale. Views taken to order. Satisfaction L'uarnnteed in every instance.
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Special llmfes io Sluiieiiim 42' !"::"'" ' .,
129 SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET. " ' --' ' '' ' ' . ' js t. '
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