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SATURDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
Special Purchase and Sale of Immense
Assortments at Phenorhinolly Low Prices
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Beyond all question this is the mnt extensive cllction of beautiful spring embroideries we've ever suc
ceeded in assembling. Every yard of thes embroideries was especially purchased for this big sale under circum
stances that enable us to offer them to ,you at bijr savings.
Come and take your choice of hundreds of yards of beautiful, exquisite flouncings, galoons, bandings,
edgings, insertions in the very choicest patterns and designs at prices that have never been equalled in this vicinity.
We mention below a few of the items to give iiiian idea of the phenominally low prices but in order to
appreciate these beautiful embroideries fulh to understand thoroughly the wonderful buying opportunities this
sale presents you will have to examine the goods toemselves. Their rare beauty, exquisite workmanship and
our remarkably low prices will convince vou instantly that it is the. best embroidery sale of the year.
No goods sold before 8 o'clock, Saturday morning and none sold over the telephone.
Come and take your choice of such extraordinary values as these.
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One Lot Assorted Embroderios and
Insertion in a pre as variety of
Eatterns and widths some on enm
jrjcantl sorne Nainsook?; including
embroideries up. to 17 inches rv
wide per yard :. "C
Ono'Lofc Corset Cover Embroderies
good edges Work is of good width
and made on a good grnde f n
of cloth per yard IVC
One Lot 17 inch NainBook FlouncingB
all in new and up to dato 4
patterns per yard ZIC
One lot 45-inch Swiss Flouncings,
good grade of Swiss and beautiful
patterns of embroidery. You will
not be able to judge the quality
by the price, come and see wn
the goods, per yard ,VC
One Lot Embroideries and Insertion
made on a fair grade of cambric
widths from 2 to 4 inches 1
per yard '. J2C
One Lot 17 inch Swiss Flouncing
Vry fine cloth and heavy close
worvc, just me inmg lor a 1
fine dress per yard.
One Lot Exra Fine Swiss Bands.
You will have to see this lot to
appreciate the beauty of them
nothing in this lot that sells in a
regular way for 50c to 65c per
yard sale price per -in
Ono Lot 45 inch Voile Flouncing in
fine hoavy work embrodered with
mercerized thread ono.of thisyears
tvinaf nnmitnt of iiIaq ti m
Ono lot fine Corset Cover Embroid
eries, some Nansook, sprne Swiss,
all fino neat work in beauti
ful patterns, per yard.
Ono small lot extra quality Corset
Cover Embroideries vory nt'
close fino work por yard.. "C
Ono lot Voile Flouncings 45-inchcs
wido, made n a nice quality of
cotton Voilo'ombroidericd in beau
tiful designs with morcor- in
ized thread per yard 4C
Ono lot fancy Swiss Bands in beauti
ful pattorns, good widths, j n
per yard 'C
Ono lot Swiss Bands, medium
widths nice work, per 4
One lpt Cotton Torchon Laces and
Insertions in nico patterns and
widths, up to4-ln. wide, per j3
Ono lot narrow val Laces, avorago
about 8 of an inch in width. These
will bo sold only by the piece n
of 12 yards, prico per piece ZUC
Ono lot Round Mesh val Laces, all
widths, mado of fino thread and
worth from 5c to 10c per yard,
sold only by the piece, wo will
not cut them. Price per j3
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! W 1 ni3 famous-' yarc has a solid euvcr disc m
gll overlaid on the -wearing points, and it is then f
M plated with a triple-plus plate. Community Silver A
m is guaranteed. for .50 years in ordinary family uoe. m
I .DIXON, The Jeweler. 1
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Oftfco over tho McDonald
Local and Personal
Earl O'Hare loft "Wednesday for Den
ver to spend a week or longer.
C. P. Martin has returned from u
business visit in "Wallace for ten days.
Wanted Four gentleman boarders.
Inquire at 314 West Sixth St.
Thomas Branigan of Grand Island,
spent a few days here this week buying
John Holcombe, of Brady, visited in
town this week and left Wednesday for
Mrs. Harris, of Lincoln, arrived here
Wednesday to vuit her daughter Mrs.
J. B. Redfield.
Miss Grace Ogier will entertain a
number of her young friends at a valen
tine party this evening.
Bruce Brown returned a few days ago
from Denver where he was called last
week by the illness of a relative.
For Sale-Whito Wyandotte and
Rhode Island Red roosters. Mrs.
Jacobs. 21G West First St.
D. VJ. Brooks left Wednesday after
noon for Gothenburg.
John Martin, of Wood Rivor, was tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bowen this
Miss Ruby MnnueJ, one tof the local
teachers, is reported to bo ill with la
Mr3. Smith, of ""GotHenburg, who
visited her son Jesso last week, has re
turned home. ....
Mrs. Fred Frederieljson went to
Omuhu Wednesday jnorning to visit
with relatives and friends.
W. J. Cruzen returned the first of
this week from Illinois where ho was
cailed by the illness'ofrrrelative.
" Mr. and Mrs. Tillinger, of Lewellen,
arrived here Tuesday, evening to visit
their daughter Mrs. Charles Haner.
C. M. Newton received "n draft for
$1,000 this week payable to Mrs. Alice
Robinson for the polioyiheld in the K.
O. T. M. by her late husband.
Mrs. Chus. Tlibbdrt was called to
Kearney the early part of the week by
tlie death other lather, Andrew Moran,
who was eighty-two years 01 age.
H. L. Mnuk, -of Fort Morgan, spent
the first of this week here looking over
real estate with intent. to buy and locate
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Dillion returned
Tuesday morning from Pawnee City
where they attended the funeral of tho
latter's sister tho late Miss Lucy Mc-
Miss Elizabeth Young was was given
a prenuptial shower by tho Epworth
League Monday evening at the homo of
Dr. and Mrs. V. Lucas. She was pre
sented with a set of silver spoons.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Standard, of
Des Moines, who had been guests of
the Martin family here and friends in
Wallace will leave today. They resided
in Wallace sixteen years ago.
My property at 323 W. ,8th street for
'sale Geo. S. Baskins
Anew athlotic society known as the
"Stars" was organized the latter partof
last week and chose the following
officers, President, Robert Loudon; Vice
President, Charles Miller; Secretary,
James Lambert; Treasurer, John Lin
coln. A number of friends arid neighbors of
Mrs. John Rodine tendered her a sur
prise party Tuesday afternoon, bringing
with them an abundance of good things
to eat. The afternoon was a very
?ileaasant one to all present and Mrs.
todine was presented with a set of line
Monday and Tuesday twelve or fifteen
Koith county residents were in town as
witnesses in tho Lloyd-Johnson contest
before tho United States land office.
Wednesday, yesterday and today the
contests of the United States against
Reefy and Charlotte Garnmill, of
Dickens, have been up for heariig, a
dozen or more witnesses being in nt
Local and Personal.
Mrs. B. F. Gailher left yesterday
afternoon for Walnut, la., to spend a
couple of weeks with relatives.
J. II. Durbin who makos hia bonto
with his son Albert returned yesterday
from nn extended visit in Wellfleet.
Hog3 sold in the local market yester-
day at $7.25, a price that makes tho
man with hogs to sell foel as though ho
was earning ensy money.
An unusually largo number of sales
of personal property are being held in
Lincoln county, nearly an average of
one a dny being dated for the remainder
Let me show you tho Auto Vacuum
Ice Cream Freezor. Saves time and
money and insures cloaniness. Mrs. M.
V. Mitchell. Phono Red 104.
A. W. Raymond, one of orfr local
stock buyers, attended a sale south of
Wallace this woek and purchased
twenty head of last spring's calves for
which he paid twonty-nino dollars perl Black Porcharon, ton years old,
head. Mr. Raymond is attending many weight 1800. This is tho former Wallace
of the sales and buying, alt classes of horse. Inquire of or address J. A. Mar
cattle: kee, North Platte. 0-4
MrsJacob Meyers is.criticully ill at
her homo on East Sixth St.
Miss Mary Vincent has returned from
a briof visit in Kearney.
Mrs. Valentine, of Oslikosh, camo
down tho first'of this week to visit her
daughter Mrs. Alexander.
D. S. Scofield, J. II. IIowo and Mrs.
A. Campi we're amoppf tho Wallace
people who visited our city yesterday.
Come in and see tho beautiful display
of sterling muslin underwear. Special
bargains on Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday. E. T. Tram)) & Son.
Mrs. Hoyt Hart and baby of Paxton,
came down yeaterdny to visit her
mother Mrs. Salisbury.
Local friends received word from Miss
Alice Beach a formor young lady of
this city that hor father who was
widely known in this vicinity diud re
cently at Lovoland, Colo.
Stallion for Snlc.
Dick Baker returned Wednesday
morning from a business visit in Cen
Mrs. I. L. Miltonberger will ontor
tain the P. E. O. Society Wednesday
Tlfo' Philethoa Club will maotthis
eyening at tho Ponitt home. They will
be entertained by Miss Leta Atchison.
Mrs. Arthur Allon and baby left, tho
first of this week to visit Mrs. AIIcii'b
parentB in Gothenburg and other rela
tives in Fatnnm. t
Tho remnins of Miss Mamie Brady
who died early in the week wore taken
to Council BluffB for interrmoiit Wed
nesday accompanied by hor piuvntu and
Lena Mary tho infant daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Stone was oper
ated upon at the St. Luke hospital
Tuesday af ternoo'n nnd is getting alonn
nicoly. '' -
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All bull dogs or Bpicios theroor mi
ning nt Inrge must be muzzled huroaf V
Uwnor will no arrested lor lai uro
comply, wm. uuon, umoi ot roine
Tuesday, Feb. 18
Money To Loan on Real Estate.
Either on ono to five years timo or out
of our State Building & Loan Associa
tion payable monthly, same as rent. If
you are going to build, improve oi'wunt
to pay oiF your old loan, seo Bratt &
A. G. DELAMATER Presents the Laughing Hit of all Europe'4
A Parisian Musical Farce From the French of Marcel Janviei
Lyrics by Melville Alexander Music by Anatol Frledland
An All Star Cast Including
Late Star in "The Land of Nod," "The
Burgomaster." "The Silver Slipper"
Late Prima Donna Soprano Chicago Grand
Late Prima Donna of Raymond Hitchcock
Late Leading Baritone of Piff, Paff, Pouff"
Late Leading Tenor of "The Heartbreakers'
and "A Stubborn Cinderella."
EMILE LA CROIX,
Rayal Grand Opera Company
A Broadway Beauty Chorns 18 Melodious Musical Numbors, Two Carloads of Gorgeous Scenery, Electrical
Kflrect8. Handsome Furnishings. A Fortune in Beautiful Gowns.
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50 Cents.
Salo Opens Friday February 14.
NOTE Tho management of Tho Countess CocjucttoCompany authorizes the manager to positively guaranteo
tho attraction as ono of the best musical offerings ever secured for North Platto. Any patron, if not satis
fied, can return their sont checks at tho ticket window after the first act and tho money will bo rofunded