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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1889)
Selling out first-class Dress
Goods at nominal prices.
Full Line 54 inch all-wool extra
heavy fine-finish Tricot, regular
prices $1.25, closing prices 75 cts.
40 inch fine finish Tricot in pop-
ulor shades, cheap at 48 cents.
Silk Warp Henrietta in black
and colors, regular prices $1.50,
closing prices $1.
EXTRA SPECIAL !
40 inch "Wool Checks, Plaids,
Fancy Stripes, Select Colors, cheap
at 40 cents, present prices 25 cts.
Double-folded, All-wool Tricots,
in all popular shades, at 25 cents.
Canton Flannels were 8 J cents, closing price 5 cents.
"White Shaker Flannels were 15 cents per yard,now sold at 9 cts.
Heavy Grey Mixed Flannels were 40 cents a yard, closing
prices 29 cents.
Scarlet and Nary Flannels, former price 40 cents, closing price
Bed Flannels as low as 19 cents.
Best Quality Domestic Sateens were 20 cents, now at 12c.
Good Quality of Ginghams at 5 cents.
Dress Styles were 10 cents, now only 7 cents per yard; please re
member 14 yards for $1.00.
Best Quality Fancy and Indigo Blue Plaids, select colors, were
10 cnts, closing prices 7 cents.
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Odd Lengths ot Sheetings, Cam
brics and Muslins very Cheap.
Our Own, 6 cents.
Hope 7 cents.
Gold Medal 7J cents.
Massasoit 8 cents.
Lonsdale 8 J cents.
Fruit of the Loom 9 cents.
42 and 46 Muslens, Bleached
and Unbleached, 8, 9, and 10
quarters, sold cents pr yard less
than the three past weeks.
When we say we can
SAVE YOU HONEY
on our Goods we mean it.
"We have said all we can for this
time, but invite you to call and
We cl( bach's.
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