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PAGE 14 Cfe Nebraska, Indopondcnft KVGCST 3, 1SJ05 0 (I Men's Glothi :ng At Half Price IN OUR GREAT GLEARING SALE . ; i. I . Copyright 1905 Kohu BrM. Men of Nebraska are securing the best grades of suits produced in America at about half their value, such makes as Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Stein Bloch Co., B. Kuppenheimer Co., j are fully represented in the various lines. OUR Excellent STOCK OF MEN'S CLOTHING ARE DIVIDED INTO FIVE GREAT LOTS AS FOLLOWS: EACH LINE A SEPARATE AND DISTINCT BARGAIN PROPOSITION. L " " - - n n 1 MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS worth . orth worth worth wort:t $30, $27.50 and $25, ' $22.50, $20 and $18, $16.5 and $15, . $13.50 and $12.50, $10, $9 and $8.50, now now now now now $17.75 $14.75 $11.75 $8.75 $6.98 Arm strong 'Clothing Commp 1221 to 1227 O Street LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. .,- 1 any . i : ... I mmmmmmmmmmmmm"mmmmmmmm ..... EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT AT FAIR More Space and Larger Prizes Allot ted Than In Other Years ' The south wing of Merchant's hall, including the center space, has teen reserved for the educational exhibit t tho Nebraska state fair. This gives three times the space before allotted to the schools of the state. . Five times the usual amount is offered in prizes. . The amount of cash prizes is unusually large $820 worth of prizes. Ninety-two diplomas are offered. Of the total 721 prizes, twenty-six are general, 219 are for town and city schools, and 476 are exclusively for rural schools. Colleges also come in for prizes, and individual work has not been overlooked. Several new departments are add ed. In addition to the regular school work, an exhibit of improvements in school grounds and buildings will show the best school . buildings and grounds in the state. One depart ment will exhibit by photographs the best rural school building and grounds in each county. The school, garden ing department will show school and home gardening by pupils of the pub lic schools; and school gardening by teachers in the summer normal schools. An exhibit will be made from the five junior normal schools Colleges and academies also have a deDartment where photographs of buildings and grounds, class work, etc., will show what is being done in the colleges of the state. The girls' industrial . school at Geneva and the boys' industrial school at Kearney will have a full exhibit showing man ual training, cooking, sewing and oth er, lines of domestic science. A model rural school will occupy the center space opposite the south entrance. This will be up-to-date in seating, lighting, heating, black boards, maps, charts, libraries, wall finlnshing, decoration, desks, etc., work of pupils will be on exhibition as in an ideal rural school, and in charge of the room will be a model teacher, who will explain to visitors any features exhibited. The following counties have to date reserved space for a county exhibit: Boone, Box Butte, Buffalo, Cedar, Chase, Colfax, Deuel, Dodge, Dundy, Fillmore, Franklin, Gage, Hamilton, Holt, Jefferson, Johnson. Lancaster, Lincoln, Logan, Merrick, Nemaha, Perkins, Pierce, Polk, Nuckolls, Rich ardson, Rock, Seward, Sioux and York. fc . . , Wednesday, September 6 will be "school dav." A sneaker nf inHnnnl reputation will give an address. Plans will be made to entertain an acre for school children. Excursions will be run from all localities where a sufficient number of persons become interested. It is urged that the schools do not commence until Mon day, September 11, in order that both teachers and children who desire may attend the fair and take advantage of the educational exhibit. Deputy Superintendent . E. C. Bishop, state house, Lincoln, will have charge of the exhibit and ar rangements. Write to him for any de sired information. Subscribe for The Independent.