Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885, November 15, 1889, SUPPLEMENT, Image 12

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THE HESPERIAN,
H. J. HALL & BRO.
dP& House Furnishers. H&
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Odell's Dining Parlors,
Montgomery's New Hlock, 1119, 1121 ami 1123 N street, Lincoln. Neb.
S. J, ODELL, Proprietor. MEALS 25c. $4.50 PER WEEK.
CURTICE & THIERS,
THE LEADING
207 So. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
GOW'S CANDY KITCHEN
HAS REMOVED TO
141 NORTH I2TII ST.
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VOICE
from Ohio. Ilirr i
portrait of Mr. (larrl
011. of rlnleiu. Ohio
tie writei "Wn 11 1 work 011 n Inrm fur
$30 a inontli 1 1 now tunc nil iigrnry
ir E. C. Allen & l'o t iilbums and luiull-
atloni and often makeSPtSO a day,"
(Signed) W. II.UaisIsimi.n.
Wlllinm Klino, Ilarrlstiurg. l'n
writes 1 "i nave nctcr Known
an J thing to icll like your nlliuni
1 Vf uterdny I look orders enough to
pay 1110 oirrtJMSft." W J. Kl-
more, Dnngor, Me., write. "I
Itake an order for jour Milium at
noil cry nouio 1 Malt. .My
profit is often as muchas $SO
afor a aluple dn)'swotk.'
Other, are dolnuaulle as well.
LrWe lime not tnacc to irie cx-
trncts from their letter. I'.rry
one wlin lakes hold of tills grand liuilnell piles up grand profits.
Shall we start YOU in Uiis business,
reader? Write tons ami learn all aliout It foryourself. We
are starling tunny , c "111 Hurt you If ou don't delay until
another gets li-m1 of you In your part or the country. Ifjou
take hold you will bcnldeto pkk up gold fast. lBICetl
On account of a forced uianufacturrr'a sole 1 Si,OOU (oil
dollut l'liotntri'iipli Album arc to ho mid to the
People for HjtS each. Hound In llotiil Crluiinn Silk Veltrt
lush. Chnriuluglr decorated lushtci. lliinilMiiiii'it iilhuniilnlhc
world. Lnrgest Size, drcatesl bargain cicr known. Agents
wanted. Liberal terms. Wg money for agents. Any one can
become a successful "cent. Hells Itself 011 light little or 110
talking necessary. Wherever shown, every ourwauts to pur
chase. Agents take thousands of orders with rapidity ncer
before known. (treat profit. uw all etery worker. Agents are
making fortunes. Ladles make as much as men. Yon, rentier,
can do as w ell as any one. I'ull Information ami tonus fYt'u,
to those who write for fame, w lilt particulars and terms for our
Family lllbles, Hooks and l'erlodlcnls. After you know all,
should you conclude to go no further, why no harm Is done.
Address U. C. ALLUX & CO., Al'ui'STA, MAINE.
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