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1-4 Off Special
Of Dry Goods and Notions
For twenty-two clays wc will offer to the buying public our entire stock of DRY GOODS, consisting of ladies dress
patterns, underwear etc., at astonishingly low prices, a few of which are quoted below. This is npt a Loom End Sale of
culls, or yet an Inventory Sale, nor a Clearance Sale of undesirables, But a Bonified Sale of rndse from the best known
manufacturers in the world, and what makes it EXTRA-ORDINARY, is the fact that this house has never before
advertised a sale of any kind. Our standard of excellence in this line is so well known that a repetition of the qualities
is almost superfluous.
Sale begins Saturday, February 1st, and for twenty-two days thereafter you can buy underwear etc., at price that
will be within the reach of all and with diminished values. The loss will be ours and you will reap the benefit. We
want to turn the stock into money at the earliest possible moment and are willing to make a great sacrifice in order to
do it. T
One-fourth of these prices.
Ladies' Union Suits full length and full sleeves, fTJ 1 A fl 4 g A
sizes 6 to 9 OC l0 51.31
Sleeveless and knee length, lung sleeves, sizes 6 flfn fft G? E A
Childrens' Fleeced Union Suits, ages 2 to 16 years R(n KA H&n
Ladies' fleeced, all wool and gauze, one-piece, all sizes, 1 DC ZDC
Children's one-piece, all weights, price vQ lO 4i-tijJC
One-Fourth off on all Umbrellas, Belts,
One-fourth off these prices.
Ladies' black, tan and white, all weights, all well known 1)A fA EA-
brands including-the Armor Plate". ZUC " tlC
Childrens' Hosiery, black and tan, all sizes vQ, $vQ
Infants' and ladies outing flannel night gowns
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Maish Comforts $2.50 to $3.00 Cotton Blankets 80c to $3.50
Hand Bags, Neckwear and Hair Ornaments.
One-fourth off on all Carpets, Rugs and Drapery Goods.
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We are practical opticians and guarantee all our
work, also make a spoeinlly of repairing and re
placing broken lonsas.
CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician.
PHONE 4 -OR 8
For Your Drugs. Orders Do
REXALL and NYAL
Local and Personal
A baby boy wus born Sunday nf tar
nood to Mr. nndMrs. Clarence Vromnn.
For good real estn,o values, sue C, P.
Mra. Hauser, of Rnvaunn, ia visiting
at tho homo of Mr, and Mra. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Clmrlos Hnydon, of
Wnllaco, tire visiting town friends Una
'JDail" 'frexlor lias returned from u
extended visit in eastern points with
,Tho J, S, Davis Auto Co. .has Just
BOldtft Modal ST. Juiick tounhg cr to
Attorney nnd Mr (. o. I nw'i r.
.turned Saturday fa) an exUmlod viMt
With Clio latter a daut'it i m 0-.iV! .,
Mra. W. L. R'chnids has rotutned
from it wcok'a Visit with rolntivos in
OdossH and Kcnriuy.
Mr. and Mrt. 0. N. Churchill returned
yesterday morning from n chort visit
with Omaha frionda.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wolborn, of Call
fornin, arrived hero Saturday ovoning to
visit tho former's mqUior.
Mr. Frank Fl!t. who has been tak
ing treatment tho l & S. hospital
for 80IH0 timo i linjifoviiitf.
Mrs. Froloy njyJ,Mre. JJomlatrom, of
Donvor, mo Ruot of Mrs. Huukley of
weit Fourth tret,
Mil. Sailor, of tim Loudor illlliimry
Department, want U St. Jo Saturday
to puroiitU apring atylta in millinery.
Mr. spfl, lj. ttorman Wondehorn
nr reJBleln tive th arrival of a
bnhv boy which whs burn to them 8t-
Mr Kenneth S. Av;n , i, Slir",
K , m Li tu-w nitTh' l"k nt thi' Pn
omohnt4!.",JVn RftenscrKft, of
Aubtim, Ncb., has aervpted a, position
as atvistiuit etWc
Mia. V II. 1,11111' i'i .'nt.'ituuitd a
ia n oldily i.iilu t it i n i mini,
i' ru i yii'itln . i i i 'i i li i i i of
Mm, l'ii.t Lm'ioi grin .....j i,i,i iMvhcdi
tho afxty-piUt iTidoptoiio of lifo '
Mr. and Mrs. Charloa Sponcor left
Saturday for Paxton to locate.
' W. II. LeDioyt has returned from
Denver where ho spent tho past ten
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Raaiij,
who live ii few milea from town, a girl,
Mra. Agnoa Coffee left the first of
this weak for Omaha to spend a week
CC. McGee, of Sutherland, waa
amonst the viaitora in thiecity the latter
part of last week.
Miss Ada Boutwell hal accepted a
poaltionMn the ofilce of J. E. SobaaUon.
Ned Cramer, pf Hampton, " arrived
hei-e Sntui-day to visit hll brqthor Harry
Cramer nnd wlfo.
Mrs. Allen Woods, of Brady, who
had been vUiting at the Cohagen home,
left the last of last week.
Fifteen couple attonded tho Elk dan
cing party Friday evening and report
having a vory pleanant evening. -
T. J. Dunn, of V09d River, came up
tho lntter'part of last week to visit hia
son Frank Dunn for a week or longer.
A son waa born to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ralph Cnry, of Sutherland, at the hnm
of Mr. and Mrs. Eshloman tho latter
part of last week.
Georgo Gibbs enjoyed a visit this
week from a former school mato A. A.
Hoacock who la now associated with
tho Continental Caaunlity Co. of Denr
Now modern G room houso located on
W. 1st St. Corner lot 88x132 nico lawn
and troos. Good coal and chicken houso.
Price $2600.00. lyo blocks from Wash
ington school. C. F. Tumi-lb.
The Western District TeRchera As
sociation will mcetn this eity April 3
to 6 in the Lley'd opera house. Arrange
ments aro being made to entertain threo
Miss Jnnot Aldan plonsantly enter
tained a number of girl friends Saturday
evening. Games and music made up the
evening's entertainment. A nlco lunch
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Consolley, of
Alliance, came here the laatof last
work to make their home. Mr. Con
soll.'v n Hie representative of the
J'1 tm.,, nJy company.
Twenty-flvo friends ami relattvea
woiv ontirtained Friday evening at
Hi'Vv'ii n'fhiok dinner hv Vm
I. i Miltonbt run- 111 1. luir nf It, -
diu clir.'i- i 1 ,,u,m 1, . , 11 ,,t ( 1 ,
c f rili I. t. 1 i . r r i . ewtunj
jrnt in music and social conversa-1
Miss Erma Huffman entertained a
number of young ladies Friday ovening
in lionor of her birth anniversary. A
delightful ovening was spent by tho
young ladies. Refreshments were nicely
Sophia Peterson was . granted a
divorce from Hans Peteison in the
district court Satuidav on the grounds
of abandonment. They were married
in Denmark in 1850 and had since re
sided in Brady.
Mrs, George Finn and Miss Lillian
Ilendy gave an enjoyable party Satur
day afternoon in honor of Mra. William
Handy, a bride of the season. Nicely
prepared refreshments were served.
M. II. Douglas has been in Lincoln
for several days visiting with legisla
tors and creating sentiment in favor
of tho bill' introduced which requires
automobiles to come to a stop before
passing over a grade railroad crossing.
Dr. Footo, of Omaha, spent tho lat
ter part of last week in town assisting
Dr Twinem in an operation upon
Willard Hunt, of Ringold, who had been
ill for a year past with a cancer on the
left arm. During the operation tho
arm was taken off.
The Lady -Forresters hold an intoi
stiiu meeting at the homo of Mra. J.
1. Smith Friday afternoon at which
thoy installed tho newly elected officers.
Tho ladies woro served with dainty re
freshments at tho closo of the meeting.
Twenty friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Carroll tendored them a surprise party
Friday ovening at their homo on South
Walnut street. Card games and music
made tho ovening nil too short. An
enjoyable lunch was served at mid
night. Fred Warren has been spending sev
eral days at Lincoln working for the
passago'of tho bill limiting tho number
of cars in a froight train to fifty. The
Judge still holds his memborahlp in the
B. of R. T. and is assisting that organ
ization pi securing favorable considera
tion of tho measure.
The Junior Class of the local school
held an enjoyable class party at the
home of Misa Gladys Bird Friday even
ing. Among tho features of entertain
ment was a kangaroo court and eash
member fined a dollar, which went into
the class treasury. DeWltt Foster acted
ni judge. Refreshments appropriate to
the season were enjoyed by the guests.
We are pi f pared to loan your money
on retl ertaie first mortgage so as ti
net your tipht per cent. Money if
In ned is ce;npt from taxes. Coaae on
and let us talk it oer ,
iJj'-'.a iai c PalUrsor.
Attorney Wilcox went to Kimball yos
torday on business.
Attorney Crosby transacted business
in Sutherland yesterday.
W. T. Tucker, of Wallace is apii.ih"
a fow days in town on business
"W. C. Steele, of Wellfleet, is send
ing a few days in this city on business.
Charles O'RourUe, of Brady, is trans
acting business at the court house this
Mra. W. D. Carr, who had b-en
teaching near Myrtle, has resigned her
Misa Fern GnrrisQn wifl leave tomor
row morning for Kansas City to enter a
wholesale millinery house.
Jlrs. Gahagen, of Gibbon, formerly
of this city is thejjuestof Mr. and Mrs.
L. C. Hastings this week. '
MissLillio Russell, of Sidney, who
had been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl
Simon for a week, left'Saturday.
Wilcoxson'a Employment Agency fur
nishes nil kinds of help fice, 'phono 96.
Office hours 0 a. m to 4 p. m. 100-
Miss Alice Wilcox, of Kearney
Normal, who had been visiting her par
entsjfor several days, left Sunday after
noon. J. W. Stone, former proprietor of
tho Commeicinl hotol, spent n fow
days in town last weeje. He is now
locatod at Pittsfield.-Ill.
Cards are out announcing tho weddipg
of Miss Elizabeth Young, of this city,
and Andrew Ilasonyagor, of Tocumsoh,
which will take place at the home of
the bride's mother Wednosday evening,
February 12th, at ei'sht o'clock.
Sutherland lesidents, who ate in
town today, say tho condition of H. E.
Worrell Is considerably improved. Dur
ing Mr. Worrell's illness tho bank is
conducted by Clj de-Trotter and business
in that instition is moving along as
Col. Bill Bcatty, of Brady, is now a
reHl "colonel j" having been appointed
such officer on the stuff of Governor
Morehead. The governor will attend
fie inauguration of President Wilson
and he has anked that Colonel Bill make
arrangements to accompany him.
C. I. Hill, and Charley Preitauer, of
Gothenburg, were business visitors in
town yesterday. Mr. Hill has rented
hig 1000-aare ranch as well as his im
proved farm the northeast part of
this county, and will devote hia time to
the 800-acre place he owns north of
S. D. Ralston, of Wellfleet, Nebr.,
has purchased an interest in the Bank
of Brady nnd lias been elected enshier.
Mr. R as ton baa been in the banking
business for six years, and is an ex
perienced nnd conservative bankor. Mr
and Mra. Ralston and little hot.' arc
staying nt tho Hotel Pulli,nm until ho
canpuchase or build n home. Brady
Farm For Sale.
The northenst quarter (nej) section
twonty-lour (24) township thirteen (13)
range thirty (30) about seven miles
fluthoast of North Platte oh south side
of Platte river, all smooth land near
mils, good buildings, fifteen acres in
alfalfa, one of best farms in Plntte
Valley. Price $10,000.00. Terms, half
jash, balance on easy time At 7 per
cent interest. Address Joseph Hershoy
North Platte, Neb.
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