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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1913)
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"1 ever offered at The Leader or at any other store in
the state of Nebraska no former prices compare
with these. The Great "Going out of Business" sale now on in full Mast Bargains
for the women Bargains for the man Bargains, for the child.
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or juggling of prices. Everything marked in blue
pencil figures. Original pri c es on everything
You can see at a glance how much you save.
DON'T BE MISLED
hy the thought that this is not a strictly going out
of business sale. Don't wait until it is all over
and you find it to late too get these bargains.
Bargains for Men.
12.50 New Spring
15.00 New Spring Q iO
Snrinrr Suits. .
35c Men's Summer
75c Summer Union AHn
Suits 41 1
75c Men's Dress irj
1.00 and 1.25 Men s
1.50 and 2.00
50c ouic Neckwear
ioc Canvas Gloves, J
per pair t)v
' 5.00 Stetson J L
Hats....". J. 03
Union Made Bib
Here are but a few of the Hundreds of Bargains Now on
Ladies Snring Suits. Coats and Dresses
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We cannot go into detail,
but suffice to say that every
man's shoe, every women's
and every child's shoe is
20 to 30 per cent
No stock in Western Nebraska can compare with the styles, quality
and quantity carried at The Leader and it is these magnificent gar
ments that are off at a saving of
20, 30 and 40 per cent
Party Dresses, White and House Dresses
Evening and party Dresses of Charmeuse Silk, Messaline or Foulards, dainty Chiffons
and Crepe Meteors, in white and full line of evening shades and staple colors.
15 00 Dresses, now $9.95 25.00 Dresses, now $15.95
20.00 Dresses, now $12.85 30.00 Dresses, now $19.95
WASH DRESSES AT BARGAIN PRICES
Pretty House and Afternoon Dresses of fine Ginghams, Percales
and Madras. Every one of them washable fabrics that will hold
1.50 House Dresses $1.19
2.00 House Dresses $1.49
3.00 House Dresses $1.98
4.00 House Dresses $2.69 1
5.00 House Dresses $3.48
7.50 House Dresses $4.48
NEWSPRING COATS AND WRAPS
Coats of Bedford Cords, Serges aud Diagonals, every spring col
or, new cutaway styles with handsome braid ornaments
The 15.00 Coats $9.95
The 20.00 Coats 13.95
The 25.00 Coats $17.85
The 30. 00 Coats 21.75
NEW SPRING TAILORED SUITS
Diagonals, Whipcords, Serges and mixtures: Silk lined Jackets,
new cutaway styles and gored skirt. Every one a new spring
The 15,00 Suits $9.95
The 20.00 Suits 13.95
The 2500 Suits $17.85
The 30.00 Suits 21,75
only 230 in the
lot, while they
last you get pick
Rompers on sale
1.50 New Wool
Dress Goods ....
75c Wool Whip
cords 2.50 Charmeuse
1. 00 Fancy Silks,
75c Japanese Silks
50c Silk Mulls
25c New Flaxons
15c Redseal Ging
hams ioc Percales per
13 yards Hope
35c Cotton Rati
nes per yard ....
All Through the Store
In every nook and corner
you will find bargains such
as you have neyer be
fore seen at The Leader or
in any store no matter
where you go.
BE HERE TOMORROW
WE PROMISE YOU WILL BE THE RICHER BY YOUR VISIT
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of such varloty and beauty na you
will bo here it is hard to imagine
a jewelry want that you cannot
till. "Whether It be a watch, a
ring or some little trinket this
storo often a choice wide enough
to meet every tasto orprice limit.
Come and test it for yourself.
Jeweler and Optician.
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
? Ofllco ovor tho McDonald Z
m Btato Dank.
Local and Personal.
North Finite is famous, Stone's Ice
Cream has inado it so.
Wanted Experienced airl clerk in
confectionery. Dickey's confectionery.
Mrs, Harry Fleishman oxpocts to
leave shortly for Omaha to visit rela
tives. Gust John was arrestod the ttrst of
this week charged with disturbing the
peace. Ho was lined $20 and ?5.G5 costs
l by Police Judge Walker.
Miss Kathcrine Seyferth, who has
been taking a course in nursing in
Jtochester, Minn., for a year past, ar-
rived homo u few days ago to spend two
" Tho Ladlos aid of the Baptist church
will give a program and 10 cent lunch
.in the basement of the church this evo
5ng , Members of tho congretatlon and
' friends are invited.
At a rocont meoting of tho school
; custodian Willis Hanson was given a
three months' leave of absonce and
will vlBit relatives in Denmark. His
daughter Miss Thia will sail with him.
O. II. Sawors formorly secretary of
tho Y. M. G. A. has been requested to
All the pulpit at the Baptist church un
til tho arrival of tho now minister.
Call us up and wo will dellvor you
pint or quart of tho finest Ice cream
yoi ever tasted. , ?
Stone Drug Co.
Charles Johnson former manager of
tho Johnson Cash Storoi who has beon
ongagad in business in. tho eastern part
of tho state for several months Ib spend
ing hub wcok in town.
John Schatlor, who was arrested a
fow days ago for being drunk and dis-
orueny, ianea 10 appear lor trial ac
cording to bond nnd forfeited $10. He
is baingkept in thu county jail.
Miss Bortha Thoslecko, forrnsrly of
this city, bit of late years teaching in
Omaha, has boen ptneedon tho assigned
list of principals for tho coming school
year, evidence of appreciation of her
ability as a teacher.
board took tho
first of this week: E. T. Tramp, nresi
dent, Edgar Schlllor, vice-president, A.
P. Stroltz, secretary. Dr. W. J. Ked
ileld succeeded Ncla Rasmussan.
A. J, Denman, manager of tho Grand
Island sugar factory, will send out a
tralnload of Husilnn beet tenders into
this territory next week. Those
familios come from Lincoln and will bo
distributed at points botweon Lexington
and Sutherland and on tho north river
branch in the Sarhen' section. A good
part of the aereago of beets in this sec
tion has been plantod.
Sunday, May 11th, Ib Mother's day.
It is a day to be observed by nil mem
bers of the Grand Army of tho Ropublie
in memory of and respect for mothor.
Borne one has proporly said, "that
mothers are the guido posts to Heaven."
The observance of Mother's Day is the
expression of a beautiful Bontiment. and
one whieh cannot fail to kindle in the
heart a renewod reference for that ono
best friend to man: most of us veterans
of the Civil War of half a century ago
have parted from mother, and sho is
beckoning us from the other shore.
Somo of us havo mother with us. Let
eaoh comrade of tho Grand Army of
tho Republic wear a white carnation on
Mothor's day. It is a flower which in
its purity and Bwcotness symbolizes the
virtues nnd character of her who was
not only our mother but our best
counselor and guide.
J. S. HOAGLAND,
Post Patriotic Instructor.
Will Begin May 15th.
Commencing Thursday evening, May
16th, the North Platto military band
will give weekly concerts in the Keith
theatre until arrangements are made
for the summer season of open-air con
certs. The programs will bo carefully
choson so all musical tastes will bo suit
ed, classic and standard numbers being
alternated with popular selections. The
band has been holdinn woeklr rehearsals
all winter and is in tine shape to render
a nrotrram that will prove a rare treat
to music lovers.
North Platto has in this band an un
usual organization she may be well
proud of, and our citizens can show
their appreciation in attendance at the
those concertB. In addition to the musi
cal program soma of the Iatost crea
tions in motion pictures will be shown.
The small admission fee of ten cents
will be charged.
ir otlicoro of the school
oir seats ut a meeting the
New Round Ho use Notes.
Assistant engineer G. P. Turner, of
Omaha, was in town Thursday making
an inspection of the new- walls.
Austin Collett, electrical engineer,
was in North Platto Tuesday arrang
ing lor installing the electrical ap-J
paraius at mo now rounu nouse.
Assistant Engineer N. E. Buckley
transacted business in Omnha Wednes
day. W. A. Conkling, gonornl foreman on
tho new terminal work, "was an Omaha
visitor the early part of tho week.
The foundation of the coaling sta
tion at the new round house has been
completed nnd the pumps which have
beon working for the pait three
months have neen stopped.
Mrs. M. V. Mitchell accompanied by
hor son Hugh went to Loxingtou,
Omaha and points in Iowa this morning
to visit relativos for then days. ,
IJarvey C. Pulley was brought ovor
from " allnco- yesterday to soive a
thirty duy jail sentence. He pleaded
guilty before justice Robbins of taking
shoos, hats und clothing to the value of
$18.20 from tho Mothonoad storo at
Wallace, and wa3 sentenced to thirty
days and costs. Pully is a young man
about twenty years of nge.
Ready for Business.
Having returned from Lincoln I am
jipw ready to furnish estimates on any
kind of buildings or repair work.
Dell Huntington, Contractor.
120 bbl steel tank, pump and outfit
ready to attach to power. Also ono four
passenger uvenana auio. j. r. iracy,
914 West 4th St.
The Study club will be entertained at
Maxwell by Miss Alice riumer lomor
row night. ,
Mrs. W. T. Berry, of Omaha, arrived
here yesterday nftornoon to visit local
friends for a few days.
High Living Costs According
to What You Use.
Lots of Grocery prices are no higher than they were twelve years
Macironi lbs for ZuC
Cocoanut Bulk best grade i
Eggs per dozon luC
20 lbs Granulated beetrtj nn
Sugar J) 1 ,UU t
18 lbs Granulated canev aa
Sugar, for dI.UU
Tomatoes, full b'izo can
standard per can
Corn standard por ran 7c
4 pans for
Quaker Oats largo pkg. .
Quaker JOats small pkg. .
E. C. Corn Flakes 4 pkg..
Broken Rice por lb DC
Rico Jap type 4 lbs for... IdC
Prunes small sizo per lb. . . . DC
Corn Starch per pkg 0C
Gloss Starch per pkg J)C
Corn Starch Kingsfords per o
Silver Gloss Starch per pkg oC
Yeast Foam 4c pkg 3 for.. UC
Lewis Lye per can oC
Eagle Lyo per can OC
American Lye per can oC
Swift Premium Hams per nn
National Oats largo pkg.. 2UC
National Oats small pkg.. IOC
Fels Naptha Soap per cake.
Soda Crackers large boxes
per lb ,
Oyster Crackers largo
boxes per lbv.
K. C. Baking Powder 25
Royal Baking Powder 1G
oz can ,.
'Dr. Prices Baking Powder
16 oz can
Kraut per can
Hominy per can , .
Pink Salmon per can.,.,..
Sweet Potatoes per can.
Potatoes 15c'' peck per
Coffee fair grnde per lb.. .
California Fruits in good
syrup per can
Cocoanut best grado i lb
package per pkg
Evaporated Apples per
Horse Shoo Tobacco, per
Spear Head Tobacco per
Star Tobacco per lb.
J.T. Tobacco per lb.
We pay cash for your butter and eggs.
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE.
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