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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1898)
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Our claim to display the largest assortments of NEW, this
season's, Dress Goods is being verified by the ever increasing
volume of business in the Dress Goods department. Knowing
ones far and wide are convinced that our this season's stock is
the finest ever brought to Nebraska, and fully realize the fact
that the people of the West have an opportunity equal to that of
their Eastern sisters to procure Fashion's Favorite Fabrics and
Fancies without leaving their own state.
The present Millinery season is signalized by the richness
and real beauty of its creations. Not for many years has such
elaborately beautiful and richly simple headwear for women been
produced. The leading Paris modistes are represented in our
display of over 550 different Pattern Hats.
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In an inspection of our assortments you will meet with many
exclusive, confined styles in Dress Patterns, no two alike
and shown no where else.
More is unnecessary. Paris fashions reign supremo the world
over. Bnt we desire to call your attention to our showing of
The beauty of it is you have an opportunity of procuring the nlH!,n.?. ttnd S1?1018.1? " J0 weat shapes and colors.
Sep son's Choicest and Finest productions at DEPART.
MENT STORE PRICES.
The Military Cuban Girl, Alger and many other styles not to be
found elsewhere are displayed here.
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