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NOKTH PLAITE, KEBBASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIE 13, 189T.
AH wool Serge, 4.6 inches -wide, 38 cts. per yard
Cycling Tweeds, latest thing out, 30 in. wide.... 12V cts
A good Onting Flannel 6 cents
Silver Star Henrietta, half wool, 36 in. wide IS cts
A beautiful line o Xiace Curtains at 54. cents to S4.3S per
pair. These curtains are worth from 75c to 6 a pair
White Bed Spreads, Toe to SL.70, usual price 31.00 to
Genuine Marcilleo Bed Spreads S2J.5
The best Linen Towels ever sold in the city for 55 cents
Rensfru Turkey Bed Danimask, worth 50c, at 35c per yd
Full Bleached all linen Table Cloth, worth SL50, at SL25
Full Bleached all linen Table Cloth, worth 75c. at 50 cts
Half Bleached all linen Table Cloth, worth 50c, at 35 cts
In order for you to appreciate our prices come and compare them with Omaha and
Lincoln's leading dry goods houses (we have their price lists here in our store) and
be convinced that we can, and do, save you money on the same quality of goods. Do
not send your money to eastern cities, for we need your money and you need the goods.
YOURS TO PLEASE,
First National Bank,
rOTICE OF SALE VSDER CHATTEL HOST
Ketise if hereby given i virtaf of a chai
tef raSrtcasji datd ?foTenner Mk, tsSfi. am! dhj
Med' in. tue oSjce of tfcs eooaty citric of Iinetrtn
poanty, Keariaka, on the fah day o November,
1HH, and executed by C D. Qaeirey to Aaltman
Miller i. Co. to eccre the payment f tfee of
tft-&0i sad upon trhich there M now due the stun
tif $37.90: default bavjo been made in the pnj
raent of said girra, and no hH or other pmceed
incs at law havlnff been institHted to recover said
debt or any part thereof, we will ?ell the property
therein described, vii. One iron jrray nwre. peven
years old. weight about 1300 lb-, named "Xell."'
one black colt about six month? old. with white
hind feet, beinjr a colt from the above raare; One
bay mare about nine years old, brands! P on left
nhoulder, named "Doll," her weight beinp about
1100 pounds; at public auction at the livery stable
of Ed Mam, on the north side of the railroad
tract, in Sorth Platte. Xeb on the 21t day of
April, 16H7. at 2 o'clock p. ra. of said day.
Dated March 23th. 1HJ7.
AULTMA. MIT.T.FR t CO.,
m30-3 By 'Wilcox & HalHgan. their attorneys.
JfOTICE FOE ITBLI CATION. -
- ' Land" Office at 3"ortb Ptette. !"eb, )
llarch anb. 1S97. J
JJotice is hereby given that the'f ollowiag-named
etUer has filed notice "of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and that said
proof'wiirbe made before" the Becister and Ke
cefver at brtb Platte, fcb-, on Hay 3d,
' HOEBELL A- WEBB.
who made Homestead Entry X- j.6?3. for the j
northeast quarter o"f section fi. township '9 nortiC j
pangs 20 west. He names the following witnesses ,
o prove his"continuous res'dence upon and culti-
iSaoa of said land, viz: Carroll C Hawkins, ,
5eph p. Hawkins, Charles A. Smith, of Well
fitet, 'Xeb., and Morgan F- Davia, of Xortn Pictte
Xeb. " ' " I
"maDf" jqH2 H1NMAX, Begkter.
XPTICE JOB. PUBLICATION".
' Office XortFCi .
Notice is hereby given thai Harriet Botwiek
has filed notice of inteutioa to make final proof
before the Begister and Beceiver at his oihce in
NorSi Platte, Xeb., on Friday. theI4th day of
May, 1S9T, on timber culture applioiUon I"o. 12I2U
far'Uje Southwest quarter of Section o."g, jc
Toirnship Jjb. f iTartiu nini i-o. '82 Ifest. " Hae
flajces"as itnessgt? Trving Botwick. of Jorth
Platte, Neb!. Wiley Matthews, of Dickens. Neb..
Frank G. Hallerand Isaiah Beam, of "Wallace.
J.'e'braska. JOHN Fl EIXMAX,
"'32- " Begister.
in County tJourt of Lincoln Qounty, Nebraska.
Eate o'fMordica C Furnish, deceased.
The Final Beport of Abigail E. Furnish, as ad
ministrator of said Estate, nlaJ in said Court this
April th, 1S37. will be heard in iaid court on
April 24th, 1S97. at ono o'clock p. ax. This notica
win be published three successive weeks prior
thereto in The Tribune newspaper.
23-3 JAMES M. EAT. County Judge.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION'.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb., 7
March 16th, 137. f
Notice is hereby given that the folhrxiug-aamed
settler has filed notice of her intention to make
final proof in support of her claim, and that said
proof will be made before Begiter and Beceiver
at NorUl:PUlttei Neh oa May itru lsSI;vts; 1
' it XS, if. CILMETH aee OBIFETXE
ffjio siade Homestead Entry No. 13054 for the
north Tiali of the northeast quarter,goutheast quar
ter of the northeast quarter, northeast quarter of
the southeast quarter ection 12. township 9
north, range 1 west. She names the following
witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, vix: Jame B. Shaw.
William Haughtaling. Joseph VT. Thompson, and
Joseph W. Beavers, all of Farnam. Neb.
JOHN F. HTNMAN,
NOTICE FOR FrBLICATIO-V
Land Office at North Platte. Net-, )
atarch-'Jtfe, 1597. f
itoUce is hereby given"' that Bijbert J Menzie
has fii4 notice of Intention to make final proof be
farer Begister and Beceiver at his office in North
?-Utte. Neb, on Saturday the 17th day of April, J97,
on timber culture apptjeatjon No. 12,7s9,fortte
carter ast quarter of sctjon No. ii. in township No.
i'j notth, range Ko. 29 west. He names as witnesses
3 ohn F Fuller, Henry D. Phillips. Adam E. Moore
and Enoch Cummings. all of Myrtle, Nebraska.
25-3 IQEK F. EESMA2T, Kagtster.
Land OSica at North Platte. Neb., 7
March loth. 1597. j
If odee is hereby given that Joseph H. Murray
ha filed notice or intention to main final proof
before Begister and Beceiver at his oScc in North
Platte, Neb on Tuesday, the 20th day of April,
1997, on Udber cmltare application "No 12.1S6. for
the west half northwest quarter and the west half
southwest quarter of section. No. fi, in townshi p No.
13 north, range No. 27 west. He nones as witnesses:
HorraceFulwiler,Penkney Bradbum. Alfred B.
Pierce and Ira Mbtitt. all of Gandy. Neb.
2S-6 J OHNF. HLNMAN, Begister.
H. S. White, - - - President.
P, A. White, - - - Vice-Pres't.
Arthur McNamara, - Cashier.
A general banking business
John C. Golvin and Mrs. John C Golvin. defend
ants -will take notice" tSat on the Sitfi day of Feb
ruary, ISpt, Mrs. Ann E. lent'g, pUintiH herein,
fifed her petition in the distiict'couri of Lincoln
cfmnty. yeb'rkska, against said defendants, im
pleaded trith George li. Golvin, Mrs. George B.
Golvin, H S. Keith. E- M.F. Leflang,the Chemical
National Bank ami McEin!ey-Laantng Loan i:
Trust Company, tke object and prayer of which
are to. foricloea a certain morigage executed by
the defendant George E. Golvin to TheMcKinley
TIar1piT7 Loan and Trust Company upon the south
east qnnrter of section 24, tonraehip li, range 32
west of the sixth principal meridian, in Lincoln
county. Nebraska, to secure the payment of a
certain bond dated June 8th, lSiti, for the sum of
$1W and 7 interest coupon note attached thereto,
said bond being due July 1st, 1.-D-, and the coupon
notes due as follows: KC.C0 July 1st. 1S95, 35.C ,
January 1st. lMk?, July 1st. l-0ti, ftCCO Jan
uary 1st, lWi, July 1st. LJT. K.OO January
1st. M), $35 GO July 1st, 1SSH; defendants having j
failed to pay the coupon due July 1st, 1S93. for I
mere than ten days after same was due, and the i
plaintiff, who is the assignee for value of said bond. !i
coupons and mortgage, electa as Is provided in
said mortgage- she may, to declare the whole
amount secured thereby due and payable, and
there is now due on said bond coupons and mort
gage the sum of Lil5iX), for which sum with in
terest from February 26th, lj-T, plaintiff prays
fora decree that defendants be required to pay
the same- or that said, premUS? may be sold to
satisfy te amount sd found due.
Votr are required to answer said petition on or
before the 3Iday of May, 1S9X. "
Dated March. 22d, 197,
Mas. A2T5 F IiENTIG.
By X.C Pattjsso, Her' Attorney. '
Don't let man or beast suffer
with pain when yon can
Medicines at these prices:
?L Bottle Hood's Sarsaparilla tocts
SI bottle Iiiver and Kidney Cure 50c
$1 bottle Indian Blood Purifier 50c
SI bottle Jaynes Alterative 75c
50c Cough Medicines 40c
25c liiJs, all kanda '.I.. I'. 20c
51 bottle Stramonium Liniment -iOc
SI bottle-Radcliffs Golden Wonder . .75c
SI bottle Ganrlim: Oil 75c
50c Centaur Iiiniment , Sole
HQc Pajp Siljar .v 25c
ftOc B lackHa wfc Liniment 25c
25c Xerve and Bxne Liniment 15c
2ocPam EilleF , 15c
25c Garjfling Oil 20c
Sic Farrel's Arabian Liniment 15c
LEWIS E. MYESS,
Corner Sixth & Vine Sts.
326 acres A Jfo. I Fenced
Land near Sutherland, Heb.
Address Box 208, North
Fresh Smoked and
Having re-opened the City Meat
Market, opposite the Hotel Neville,
I am prepared to furnish customers
j with a choice quality of meats of
j all kinds.
I A share of your patronage is re
Best Mcquett Carpet S1.10 per yard
Best Plush Velvet Carpet from 55 cts'to 3L05 per yard
Best Body Brussels from 31.05 to 3L20 per yard
Axminsters 3120 per yard
Tapestry Brussels from 60c to So cents
A full line of 2 and 3 ply ingrain Union and all wool
Carpets at prices that will compare favorable with
Chicago, Omaha and Lincoln.
Borders to match with every pattern we show.
CARPET LINING We have 5 different qualities from
2f cents to 10 cents per yard.
Patent moth and insect proof lining, where no moths,
buffalo pests or insects will burrow.
IN SHOES Do not forget that our stock is complete
and prices that will please.
, From the Eeviewi
Charles Toillion sold C. I?. Kel-
( sej Sr Co., at Hershev,-50 bushels
;of alfalfa seed the other dav at
j 52.50 per bushel.
j J. H. Hershej has hauled several
; hundred bushel at potatoes to
1 3?orth Platte this week at 30 cents
Maud Bshelman, eig-ht years of
age, daug-hter of J. K. Eshelman
on the Hershey ranch, walked two
miles to school for seven months
and never missed a day-
Z. M. Zook, who had a hand
badly lacerated and sustained the
loss of a nng-er recently bv the ac
cidental discharge of a g"un, had
another operation performed on the
hand a few davs ago. A piece ol
flesh was taken from his leg; and
ingrafted into the lacerated part of
his-hand. He is-now doing" as well
j as could be expected.
! Arrangements have b,een made
'and a petition will soon be circu
lated to call an election for the pur
pose of voting- bonds with which to
erect a bridge across the North
river opposite this village. A
bridge at the above place will give
a number of people access to the
railroad, town and postofnee when
they now have to go nearly if not
quite twice as far to reach the rail
road, town or postoffice.
Lots of rain and snow is now the
order of the day; one day in it rains
and the next day it snows. The
wet weather is delaying the spring
work. Small grain is not all sown
yet; indeed some have not yet be
gun to sow.
Ernest Price is patting wheat on
Jake Hankinrs place.
School closed in district Io. 4 on
April 2d and the Friday before in
district No. 18S.
John Hankin's baby has recovered
from a v-Qry severe attack of the
Mrs. Robson is expected home
this week from her trip, to 0s"Gen
J. Abercrombie and John Kerr
have bought a well boring outfit of
Frank Damerou and are now pre
parecj to d.ig wells.
Mr. Moss has moved from the
Platte bottom to his claim on Jef
frey canyon. A. X.
A Philadelphia paper states that
it sold 190,053 copies after the prize
fight, and only 103,S15 on the
strength of the presidential elec
tion. The city of brotherly love
and peace societies simply wanted
to find out what happened in the
An editor in Vermillion. S. D., re
cently received a proposition from a
Chicago firm that they would furn
ish him a new patent fire escape
for SI and some advertising to be
done later on. he editor borrowed
the dollar and sent it along and in a
few days received a copy of the
A Sound liver Mates a Well Tvran.
Are you billions, constipated or
troubled with jaundice, sick-headache
baa taste in mouth, foul breath, coated
tongue, dyspepsia, indigestion, hot dry
skin pain in back and between the
Ehoulders. chill and fever &c. If you
have and of these symtoms, your liver is
out of order and slowly being poisoned,
because your liver does cot act promptly
Herbine will cure any disorder' of the
liver, stomach or howek." It has no
equal as liver medicine. Price 75 cents.
Free trial bottle at North Platte Phar
macy, J. EL Bush, Mgr.
The Easter services at the Church
of Our Saviour next Sunday will be
beautiful, instructive and. pleasing-.
The music will be an especial feat
ure of the services, and. will be
rendered bv a choir of thirty voices,
with orchestral accompaniment,
under direction of Prof. Garlichs.
The programme for the morning
and eveninsr is as follows:
Morning Prayer, 10:45 a. m.
I Processional Hymn (5I4J, ""We HarcK, We
Marco, to v tctory isarnoy.
Christ Our Passover Wilkinson.
Psalms fertile day are 2, 37 and 111.
Gloria Patri. 135i. after Psalms 2 and a.
fllnril THrrolf Tl 3 -ftl- Pcnlm till
Te DettmLaadanus . Jacksoru
I Jabilate Deo GeibeL
! mtroit C11S "At the Lamb's High Feast We
I Kvrie Eleison - Wilkinson.
Hymn 121, "The Strife is O'er, the Battle
uone .. ................ ..rrom. ruestmiii-
Amhpm. "TTf c Nt Here "But is Kisen."
Presentation of Alms, Doxology . .Bourgeois.
Ter Sanctns Wilkinson.
Hymn 5. "Bread of the World"..... Hodges.
Gloria in Eicelsis -- Wilkinson.
ttfl H'nm(i V F'nithfel.
Kaise the Strain ' L.issant-
Evensong 7:23 P- m-
Precesatenal Hymn. 516,
Psalter for Day IS, (evening!.
Gloria Patri (135) 1 Jsoms.
Nanc Dimittis...., Davis.
TTrmn 11 "Anck Roil the Rncfc ATrav'
. .. .... itoper.
Gloria Patrt (1S3 Jorrss.
Solo. -Kttt HBto us. O Lord." bv lliss Baker
Presentation, of A! sis. Doxology.. Bourgeois.
Recessioaal Hymn 125, "Hark. Ten Thousand
Two carloads of eggs were ship-
ped from Springfield one day recent-
Louisville people are agitating
the question of putting in a system j
of water works.
"Wheat sowing is in progress in
mauv sections of Iebraska, while in
others tbe ground is still too wet.
George Butterneld of Creighton
in is Texas buying hogs. It is re
ported that he has already pur-
Reports from all over the state
are to the effect that country roads
were never so bad as they have been
James Peters of Stanton put out
one of his eyes with an awl which
he had in his hand while repairing
Tekamah people who have boats
have been doing a good business
fishing luiiiber and other wreckage
out of the river.
William Lad wick of Savarre jrot
his arm caught in a carnsbeller and
badly lacerated hefore the machine
could be stopped.
A Gothenburg veteran, who
hadn't fired a gun since the war,
took out an old musket the other
day and killed three geese the first
The people of Johnson are talk-
in- of making an effort to have the
county seat of Nehama county re
moved from Auburn to their place.
A Nuckolls county man, who has
been experimenting with seed corn,
found that of all varieties tested by
him the yellow dent germinated
with the most certainty.
Neligh not only expects to add a
beet sugar factory to its enterprises
this year, but is negotiating with
parties in Pennsylvania with fair
prospect of securing a woolen mill-
Ivirschbatm cc Sons of Auburn
received SSS cases of eggs last
Tuesday, nearly every one of which
came from Nemaha county. The
above number of cases means 26,
740 dozen eggs at b cents per dozen
and represents S1.59S.40.
Celebrated for its great leadening stren g
and haltiifuliiess. Assures tne food, aeamst
The David Citv Kews cives the
amount of corn cribbed at the
various railroad stations in Butler
county at 1,046, Q6Q bushels with
two shipping points not reported.
The Neleig-'u creamery manufac
tured 11S,30S pounds of butter dar
ing the year ending April 1. It
paid out to the fanners of that vi
cinity $24,5SS.93 during the year.
While out hunting last Wednes
day Mont "Wheeler of Madison shot
an eagle measuring about seven
feet from tip to tip. The bird was
not killed its wing being siaipiy
broken, and Wheeler has hopes of
I piesei vmjf its Hie.
Abraham Hill living"
fcit. Paul has been
Fndav. The old man went nut-
early in the evening, and in spite
of diligent search he has not been
seen since. Opinions differ as to.
whether the man has been foully
dealt with or has left the coantrv.
Dodge county sheep feeders made
large profits this venter feeding
10-cent corn to to 5-cent sheep.
They have already purchased in
creased flocks of:sheep for feeding
next winter. They are satisfied
mey nave a
good thing and are
pushing it along. They have found
sheep informally profitable durin
the past ten years.
As a general thing the divide cat
tle are in poor condition, occasioned
by the poor quality of feed, savs
the Chappel Register. The grass
hopper cleaned up the grass pre ttv
Liiorougbly, and the grass that
came up after they left, was killed
by frost and rain, preventing it
from curing. Cattle that had to
fed on this kind of srrazinr are
weak, and in poor condition to with
stand storms, such as we had re
cently, and it is feared that the loss
of this kind of cattle will be great.
As a rule divide i'cattle ro through
the winter in better condition than
those kept ia the galley, and spring
finds them as fat as butter.
KENTUCKY SENATORIAL FIGHT.
Hunter Haa Pin as ; Ziid. to Expose the
CDrcncfAXi, April 12. The Commer
cial-Tribune's special from Frankfort,
Ky., says: There is great excitement in
legislative circles on account of the
charges of bribery made in tho senato
rial contest Saturday. Hunter's man
agers say that the nesfcfew days will lay
I UCLLC li UlUli A Ulil I U I , iiillA. LUUU LLLlili
I and low politicians will go up in the ex-
jploaou. The story of Gaines is almost
uir oiscxeaiKa nere xz is oe-
lieved by some thafe Gaines had severs,
meetings with Wikou and Franks, hut
sentiment is divided as to their motives.
Gaines1 friends admit he has exploited
Dr. Hunter said last night: "I am
not ready yet eq say what my plans are
in regard to exposing the outrageous
and unfounded assault on me. The
matter, however, is fall of unpleasant
sensations yet to come for some people
As to Gaines, I say, as I have to meet
an immaculate God, I never saw nrm in
my life and was never in his house."
A conservative man on the Blackburn
side said tonight: "The only effect of
the bribery story would he to soHdify
the Hunter forces. What we have to
fear now is that 'the gold Democrats
wfll think it a part of a scheme of the
Blackburn people to prevent an election,
and that they will indirectly aid Hunter,
by making a quorum. "
CRIPPLE CREEK SHOOTING AFFRAY.
One 31 an Instantly Killed and Three Are
Chippie Creek, Colo., April 12. A
shootuv? affray occur ed this morning at
McEIroy's hall, Airman, Colo., in
which Jack Cox instantly Miled Bob
Dailey and wounded Harry Minor and
Sam Loshey and was then shot fatally.
After killing Daily Cox ran into the
street, where he met Town Af?rgrwJ
O'BrieE, at whom he Sred. The mar
shal returned the fire, shooting Cox, who
now lies at the hospital in a dying con
grew out of a
quarrel. The men had been
anu annsmg an nigat. uox is a con
vict pardoned from, the penitentiary by
Governor Waite. : This is the first mur
der in the state since the legidarare
passed the law a johshing capital pun
Rioted Siakers to Be Present.
Dubuque, Lu, April l- The execu
tive committee cjf the Modern Wood
men's national convention, to be held
here the first week in Juae, announces
a long list of speakers. Among them
are; Ex-President Harrison, W. J.
Bryan, Senator Allison and Congress
Islands at Dubuque Submerged.
Dubuque, AprS 12. The Missis;
river is still rising, the stage being 1S-S
feet. The islands in front of the city
are submerged. OttTs lumber -rofT? has
been obliged to shut down and there is
over a foot of water in the Diamond Joe
Teraict ?f r.Irinalau-Iitcr,
Falls Crrr, Ieh., April 12. For the
shooting of Peter H31 at Fargo, this
county, en Sopt. 15, the jury returned a
j verdict of manslaughter against "Miles
Leroy Quimby of Craig, i
Hoosevejlt Has Accepted.
2ew Tokss ' April 12. Theodore-
T?nr).cvp!t- whft 1ms vprn-rnpr? fmrnlTosTi.
ington, stated in an interview that he
had accepted the assistant secretaryship
of the navy.
We iiawe jnsfc unpacked a fine Kne of Ladies Trimmed
Hats, Sailors. Children's Bonnets. Walking Hats and Tain
O'Shaatcrs that will be soM at prices which are store to suit
the parcfeaser, We extend a cordial invitation to all ladies to
come aed look at this line before Easter Sundav.
We are makiag a special low cut price on all our Dress
Goods. For instance, twenty-five pieces of all-wool 40-inch
wide Black Jackords at 50 cents per yard, worth 85 cents.
Twenty-five pieces of all-wool, silk mixed Novelty Goods,
worth 60 cents per yard, the entire dress pattern with trim
mings complete, for S3. 15. Black Ettemin Cloth at 25 cents
per yard, worth 45 ceats. Henriettas and Serges in all wool,
yard wide; we iaraisk the entire dress pattern with trim
mings complete, for $2. 95.
JgrGLOYES Foster Kid Gloves in all colors, at 95 cents
per pair. White Chasois Skin Gloves at 9S cents per pair,
as" BELTS in all styles from 23 cents up.
VEILINGS- The grandest display of veiling in the
city from 12 cents Hp.
SHOES Ladies Oxfords going from S5 cents up. San
dals in black, tan and ox blood at S1.45. Fifty pairs of ladies'
fine lace shoes worth $2, for SI. 23. Men's shoes fromSl.15 up.
Yours for great bargains,
n?r-i i BOSTOISr. STOBE.
Dry Goods. Shoes. Millinerv. Garnets. Furnishinjrs
We are still selling goods at the prices quoted in our last ad
Cll! F upvl
ft e b&Te ocr new stock
Way not see wlmt yon can get in your own town before
sending awaj.. If yon buy at home you get what you
buy; you do not have to get more than you want for if you
take more than you need you can return it. If you do
not get quite enough we haye more, and our prices are
10 12i 15 20 25 30 35 40 and 50 cts. per double roll.
We have just received for this spring oyer Three
Thousand Six Hundred (3,600) DOUBLE ROLLS of
Wall Paper with Border and Ceiling to match. If you
will call at onr store we will try to convince you that you
can buy "Wall Paper right here in !N"orth Platte as cheap;
if not cheaper, than you can send away for it.
REMMAMTSI ALL we have left of our LAST
YEAR'S paper we have put up in packages of from two
to seven rolls (double) and will close out at 10 cents per
double roD. We will be pleased to have you call and see
our paper whether you buy of us or not.
c-ssssk-C. M. NEWTON.
Xever before in the history of
Cedar conntv has eo much monev
been paid out for imported cattle
as has been paid out this spring'.
Carload after carload is beta?-
broug-fat to Harrington and dis
tributed among- the farmers, who
use them for corn cribs.
To Omaha. Chicago and points in
Iowa and Illinois, the UXLOIs PA
CIFIC ia connection with the C. &
X. W. 3v. offers the bet service
and the fastest time. Call or write
to me for rime cards, rates, etc.
X. B. Olds, Asreat.
.yTLCOX Jk HALLIGAN,
rfOKTK TUkTZM, ... XXBKASKJl
Aefcwtt Smrrsoa Vatam Tacjfei
Boon Xa. C, Oiteassen
2402TH FLATTB. UTEB.
pREXCH & BALDWIN,
irKSH PLATTE. - - XXBSA3EA.
OSes over X, P. Ntl. Back.
OEcfe First National Beak Bldr..
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
AND PLANTS. !
s A foil line Fscrr Tuees of Best !
-1. ylEIETIES AT Rxxd TlXXS FsiCES.
Small iraita in frrmt sapper . ilii-;
hoss of Strawberry Plactg. Terr ihrlf ir
and well rooted. Get THE BEST near
t hosae and ?are freight rr sorest. S.-n-i-
i?ZKIEStNo.-th BafKljDvAe Co., Neb,
in and readv for insDecfcion.
KEPArars'G aitd cieashtg
IMP0ETED S00TGH SUITINGS
FRM 524 to $45.
Imported Dress Suitings
FROM S2S TO $70.
Goods guaranteed and per
fect fit. Give us a trial.
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