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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1913)
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This sale is put on with but one end in view to close out all overstocked lines of seasonable goods as
well as all small broken assortments. You people who have been attending our Special Sales in the past
know what to expect when we announce that we will have a sale. We have made a rule and find it good
business to clean seasonable merchandise before the season closes.'
Sweeping Reductions oh Every Cloak, Suit Dress or Skirt.
Ladies $12 and $15 skirts made of the newest and finest cloths in
a variety oT colors, reduced to ,
Ladies $10 Skirts including tunic' and peg top styles made from n JO
beautiful plain and brocaded cloths reduced to.. ttO
Ladies $7.50 Skirts made from fancy ' cloths also black and white C AQ
checks peg top and other new styles redecd to wtcO
One Lot of Skirts worth from $6.50 to $10 a large line of colors to A AQ
select from reduced to v ' tttcO
One Lot Ladies Skirt $5 and $6 values mostly all wool cloths re- 0,,,f Q
duced to . , ,i . . . aO
, Women's Coats
All $10.00 Coats for $ 8.50
.All 12.00 Coats for $10-30
All 15.00 Coats for $13.50
All 18.00 Coats for $16.50
All 20.00 Coats for $18.50
All 25.00 Coats for $21.50
All 35.00 Coats for $27.50
AN IMMENSE CLEARANCE OF SHOES FOR MEN
WOMEN OR CHILDREN
' In the shoe department the reductions are even .more radical than
elsewhere. Specials for the Women. ' ,
One-Lot Ladies finVshocs narrow widths, welts and turns shoes nb
that sold for 3.00 to 4.00, all one prica i VOC
' Ladies Button Shoes, Gun Metal, Calf, good widths... SI7
Ladies Fin to Shoes, good lasts, fine quality, a large assortment ft nn
oT sizes...:.'. 2)1.70
SPECIAL FOR MEN.
Mens High Cut Boots regular $5 and $6 quality t..
Mens Walk Over Shoes, a number of broken lots, several styles
of luBts, Gun Metal, and Patent, 4.00 and 4. CO grades
Mens Fine Shoes, odd styles, some worth up to 4.00 at '
Mens Heavy Work Shoes, a 2.25 value
FOR BOYS AND CHILDREN
Boys and Little Gents Shoes, Gun Metal, and Patents sizes 8
to 12 12J to 2 2& to 5
Childrens Shoco 8 to 11 lift to 6.
One Lot of wide Fancy Ribbons suitable
for Kensington Bags and many other
items of fancy work any 'of them are
cheap at 25c price reduced Q
Ladies Black Morie Petticoats rh ,
regular price $1 reduced to.. "yL
Ladies Night Gowns
Well made full sized outing Flannel
Gown color white pncea i,or ,ni
.';. . w .4 . " . Out
this sale at.
We have on hand several Gossard
Corsets that are not of the latest
models but not entirely out of date.
They have. -t shorter skirts and are a
little hgher bust than the new models.
These weTe'all 5 k 00 to 6.50 models.
We have also added one model of 3.50
comets, that .is designed fo fleshy
people. AVe will, fit these corsets and
see that the- modeUs right for you.
We will' not sell any'with out fitting.
Clearance Sale or Broken Lots of Union Suits
and Underwear for Children.
Ladies . ,
$3.50 !' .'!
Your choice of any of our 60c, 65c
and 75c Wool Ingrain Garpcts
.. 48c,:; v:'.
Your choice of coUpjfill&cl Ingrain
Carpets for , .,A 8iW " ' '
This is your clfance for a'new Carpet
at small expense
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Reduced Prices on' Ladies Suits
All $30.00 to 45.00 Suits reduced toJj)22.5U
AU$20 and $25 Suits reduced to I5.uU
All J $15 and $18 Suits reduced to lU.UU
All 12.50 and 13.50 Suits reduced to O.UU
Siik and Wool Dresses
All $0.50 to $8 Dresses reduced toJ 4.70
All $10.00 Dresses reduced to. .' ,4o
All $12.00 Dresses reduced to 0. O
All $15.00 Dresses reduced to
All $20.00 and $25.00 Dresses re
One lot Ladies' Silk Waists some chif
fon draped, others plain messaline, some
have long and some short sleeves, all are
nice patterns, reduced to
One Lot Ladies' Plain Black Silk Shirts,
low neck, large turn down collar; short
sleeves; a nice plain waist reduced to
One Lot Ladies' Cotton Waists, new
semi-tailored styles, reduced from SI. 25
and $1.50 to
40 and 42-in
$1.00 to 1.75
Mens Fleeced Lined Undorwear
Shirts and drawers the -in
regular 50c grade JVC
Mens Heavy Cotton Ribbed Shirts
and Drawers 50c values -)n
Mens Union Suits 2.50 ( j n
quality wool plated 2) 1 . 1 V
Mens Union Suits High grade gar
meets worth 3.50 and 4. qj in
reduced to J).40
Mens Heavy Fleeaelined Union
Suits regular 1.00 number ijn
reduced to 1C
One Lot Grey Wool Blankets full
size, mado from the odd yarns in
a dress goods mill and one of the
best wearing 4.00 blankets we have
ever had. Price reduced qj syn
for this sale to bJ.Zy
Largo size Bath Towels,
bleached, size 2345 inches j a
reduced to 1 C
An extra value 10c craph re- i
duced for this sale to f2C
One lot Boys Scout Sweaters $2,25i n
value .....; WW.:. . . .' . $ 1 M
value ; L)
value U... I ,yO
Ono Lot Men's Wool Sweaters $2.00
One Lot Ladies' Sweaters, 51.50"'
t'One Lot Ladies' Sweaters, .$2.50
One lot Men's Sweaters, $2.50 values 1 ,0
Axniinister Rugs, room size 9x12 f tm n i O
regular $22.50 quality reduced toj) 1 V .45
Axminister rugs, room size, 9x12 ft n t o
$20.00 quality reduced to , . . J ,45
Axminister Rugs, room size 9x12 y t n
ft.,. 25 qunlity reduced tov. yJ4Q
Axminister Rugs, size 8 ft. 3 in. by fj in
10 ft. C-in., 18.50 quality reduced to 1 3,4 O
Axminister Rugs, siza 8 ft. 3 in. by i i la
10 ft. 6-in. 17.50 quality reduced to 14.40
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE,
: DR. 0. H. CRESSLEH.
S f Graduate Dentist.
i, ' J: Office' "over tha M(
tjJT J State Bank
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Local and Personal
T The Nevita club will meet tomorrow
Afternoon with Mrs. John Dick.
F. P. Dickinson, of Hershey, spent
'yesterday in this city on business.
Norman Coneally left last evoning for
Denver to visit relatives for a couple of
Ray Candlin returned this morning
from Chicago where he visited relatives
for a week.
Geo. White, of Sutherland, .visited
friends and transacted business in this
Mrs. Joo Roddy left the early part of
this week for Omaha to visit friends
for several days.
Miss Lydia Anderson who was called
to Overton by the death of her mother,
returned the latter part of last week.
The Presbyterian aid society will be
entertained by Mesdames Wyman,
Diener, and Elms Thursday afternoon.
K Mrs. N. C. Stevens, of Sutherland,
nrrived yesterday morning io u
pUestofMrs. Milton Marcolt several
Joe Williams and wife, of Omaha, ar
rived Wednesday morning to attend the
funeral of the late Mrs. Lew larnng-ton.
Mi?suLulu Brown left last evening
for Salt L'ake City, to visit relatives for
a month or more.
Miss Cre Diener loft last evening
for Ogalalla where she will be the
gucsXof relatives for some time.
Mrs.-Jo"e Peas arrived this morning
from Gothenburg to be the guest of
Mrs. A. E. Short for several days.
The RelTef, Corps will meet with Mrs.
John Bonner on West 5th street Wed
nesday afternoon. Everybody is wel
come. In the football game at Kearney last
Saturday the North Platte high won
from the military academy by a score
of ten to nothing.
Your choice of all trimmed hats for
$2 each at the Parlor Millinery Wed
nesday, Nov. 19th.
Thnmn. flreen arrived vesterdav
aftornoon from Grand Island to spend
several days looking after business con
nected with his pool nan.
W. D. Eakins and wife, who had
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. G.
Pagett for several days, returned to
their home in Paxton yester jay.
Ex-county cbmmissioner Roberts, of
Maxwell, returned the latter part of
lust weeK irom uenver wnere no pan
been taking treatment for a month.
He returns somewhat Improved.
The high school foot ball team will
play the Gothenburg team at the local
grounds Friday. The Gothenburg boys
are the state champion pretenders,, and
thu local team will do the utmost to
takn them down a peg.
The. uniforms of the high school
cadets arrived yesterday and the boys
are well satisfied. They ar brown in
color, with close fitting" coat, pants,
leggings and cap.
Mrs. James Flynn was called to
Quincy, 111., this morning by the death
of her siBter.
Ralph Tyler returned home Saturday
evening from Farnam, where he trans
acted business for several days.
John Frederici will leave the last of
this week for Greeley, Colo., to spend a
couplo of weeks with relatives.
Mrs. J. Cronin left Friday evening
for her home in Sidney, Iowa, after
being the guest of relatives for some
Mrs. A Abbott, of Chapman, Nebr.,
visited several days with Mrs. Clyde
Cook and left this morning for several
dnys' visit up the branch.
Weather Forecast for North Platte
and vicinity: Fair tonight and Wednes
day, rising temperature. Moderate
variable winds. Highest temperature
yesterday C7, a year ago 61; lowest
last night 31, a year ago 20.
Mrs. Emma Ray, Bister of E. A.
Roberts of this city, died Monday
morning of ptomaine poison at the age
of 42 years. She leaves an infant son
two months old together with other
relatives to mourn her loss. The re
mains were i shinned to Loner Pine.
Neb., for interment.
The Twentieth Century club will hold
a social meeting at the Odd Fellows'
hall on the evening of Dec. 2d. A
luncheon will be served by the Rebekah
lodge. The committee in charge of the
sale of tickets arc calling on members
now. Any member not receiving a
ticket can secure one by phoning Mrs.
Geo. Dent or Mrs. F. Buchanan.
Ifirs, Entryman Reports.
'The first entryman for land in the
North Platte land district portion of
the forest reserve filed his application
at ninp .o'clock this morning. The np
plicanHtl$ Chas O. Bairn, of Lewellen,
who dlrew number 18 in the drawing,
but wasUo. 7 to respond to the call
made yesterday. He entered 610 acres,
on which there are 350 acres suitable
W. H. Harrison, one of Grand Is
land's best known business men, died at
an Omaha hospital early Sunday morn
ing where he had been taken for an
I have the best line of magazines and
can save you money on -club orders.
Mrs. M. V. Mitchell, Phone Red 104.
The Junior short course in agriculture
and domestic science for the benefit of
boys and girls of the county opened yes
terday under the supervisiou of the
state agricultural school. About thirty
boys and girls from the country pre
cincts were in attendance yesterday
and a larger mynber is expected today.
The boys' meeting is held in the library
building and the girls meet in trie
Methodist church. The course will close
Friday ovening with a reception.
Several milch cows coming fresh
soon. .See J, C. Pennington or phono
black 374 or red 383. tf
We can loan you money to help you
buy. build or improve. Either on
long time or out of our State Building
anu Loan Association returnable same
as rent in monthly payments. We are
making these loans almost daily and
I shall be pleased to consider yours. We
guarantee you a square deal, tome
and see us before you make final
arrangements. We may be able to
save you money. Bratt & Goodman.
The new auto fire track ordered by
.the city at a cost of $5,100, arrived yes
terday, and was given a trial run last
nighP.wUh Minor Hinman at the wheel,
who raced through the streets at a
forty mile, an hoyr clip. The truck is
a mtcjde of grot Vbftuty, and will
prbvfe proye a wondbmilhelp in fight
ing fires It is supplied "With a chem
ical extinguisher, which of itself is a
big advantage-in tb way of extinguish
ing ;firei whicn "lire confined to a
limited space; it has ample room for all
the necessary fire hose, and with the
seventy horse power, engine it can
reach a fire 'quicklj'. Tms auto truek
togetfie'rwith tho'new quarters for the
firemen in the Hinman block nlaces the
department in the best condition it has
been since it, organization.
At'iho'sele'cfron at Hyannis yesterday
for land in the forest reserve fifty
names and numbers were called to which
twenty-three responded. None of the
first three numbers wns represented by
their holders, and after a lapse of
twenty minutes the next three num
bers were called nnd two responded.
Hans Dubbs, of Columbus, who held
No. 5 was allowed first selection and
Odelf Crounso, of Naponee. who held
No. 6 got the second selection. Both
these claims are valued at $7,000. Those
holding the first four numbers will
Select land in tno rslourara reserve.
We have some great bargains in
farms, farm land, vacant lots and city
property. Some attractive exchanges.
Bratt & Goodman.
The ladies of the Methodist aid so
ciety will entertain the Brotherhood at
the church Friday ovening.
of all kinds wanted. Peter McGov
orn stove repairer, 1005 Locust Locust
St., Phono Blaek 390. 81-8
Mrs. Daisy Mavis left Saturday evok
ing for Sidney where she has rccepted a
Will tho party who borrowed my
tiling spade please return it to mo at
once. Jqb Filuon.
Mark Atkinson, of Kearney, nr
rived this morning to visit friends for
Wm. Huxoll resigned his position
with tho Derryborry & Forbes. , atqfoj
Saturday evening. " jffi
Mesdames Wm. nqd Heh'rykDienr
wore called to Syracuse, JJeb.-j tuls
Geo. Buck is expected to arrive the
latter part ef next week from Com
merce, Missouri, to viBit at tho F. J'.
Frederici home. ,
For fire and life insurance see Brail
F. E. Roberts arrived this morniiig
from Rawlins, Wyo., to accompany the
remains of the late Mrs. Ernma fRnylto
Long Pine. j ' '
Yesterday was nay-day for tho Union
Pacific, and the checks drawn by the
road men were unusually large. Traffic
on mo roau is reported by .train men
to bo exceptionally heavy.
Bratt & Goodman have some choice
building lots east of the new round
house. Small payments down, balance
monthly. Buy now while cheap.
Millinery Below Cost.
Desirous of cleaning up fall
before leaving for & vacation, 'yfi
make very low prices.
Mrs. B. F. Sailor, The Leader $5
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