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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1914)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JUNE 19, 1914.
City and County News
Miss Helen Gleason left the first of
the week for Calloway to spend a few
weeks visiting frionds.
Mrs. L. F. Owens and children are
spending a few weeks visiting relatives
and friends in Julesburg.
Hoagland & Hoagland moved their
offices this woek into the new Building
& Loan building from the rooms over
the Gem candy kitchen.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sandall arrived
home Monday evening from their wed
ding tripof two weeks on the western
Jack Palmer and Henry Walker of
Lena, Nobr., arrived in the city Wed
nesday for a short visit with friends.
Charles Maupin, a local brakeman,
left Wednesday for a trip to Missouri
tor a few weeks on business and pleas
ure. Edgar Schiller and family left Wed
no sday for Mechhng, S. D., to spend
two weeks on un outing and
License to wed was issued Tuesday
from the office of the county Judge to
U. W. Williams and Mrs. Bessie Smith
both of Greoly, Colo. 'The groom is a
newspaper man at Greely.
Mrs. J. H. Posey returned last even
ing from a vacation trip of a few days
up the branch.
Miss Esther Robinson left Tuesday
for her home in Rawlins, Wyo., after
visising for several days In the city
with Miss Alice Fitzpatrick.
Mrs. W. C. Eldor and son Coulter
left Tuesday for Melrose, Nebr., for
a visit of a week with Mrs. Eklor's
sister, Mrs J. N. Baker.
Miss Nina VanDoran is reported con
valescing nicely from an attack of ap
pendicitis. Sha is now able to bo(
around some but is still quite'
A girt was born Monday to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Simon rosiding at 700 East
The family of Mr. Frater, the drug
gist at Rincker's, nrrived Wednesday
from Texas, and will occupy the Mrs.
Church house during her absenco.
For Sale Bed room furniture, lino
leum and polished top Malleable steel
range. J. B. Jeter, 510 W. 5th St.
Mrs. -J. II. Donncgan returned this
week from Denver, where she went to
visit her daughter, Miss Ethel. She
reportsihor daughter's condition much
improved and states that she Is conval
Miss Hansen, of Schuyler, arrived in
the city Monday for a visit of two
weeks at the LeDoyt homo.
Mrs. Gideon Wlnkleman and Miss
Tyronno Wlnkloman left this week for
Sidney where they will spend somo
time visiting friends.
If you have not already procured ono
of Temple's hail insurance policies do
not delay longer. Phone the office.
Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Stuart roturned
the early part'of the week for u brief
visit in tho east part of the state, Mr.
Stuart transacting business in Omnha
and Mrs. Stuart visiting friends at
Licenia to wed was issued Tuostlaj
evening to Harry Shinn, 22, and Miss
Anna Anderson, 22, both of this city.
Mrs. G. M. Smith roturned Wednes
day from Grand Island, Where she had
been vlsltingher daughter for several
weeks. The latter is suffering from an
injury sustained to ono of hor knees a
number of yoars ngo, arid her present
condition may call for an Operation,
Mrs. C. It. DeMott returned "Wodnts
day morning to her home in Scotts
Bluffs aftnr spending several days in,
tho city at the VanDoran home. She
rnmo hero to attend eti neice, Miss
Nina VanDoran who has been quite ill
with an attack of appendicitis.
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Final Cut at The Overstocked Sale.
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Starting Saturday morning and lasting 10 days we are going lo puL our entire Furniture Stock on sale at positively cost and in
some instances less than cost; below we will quote a few prices. Now we mean business and our stock must be reduced in the next
10 days regardless of prices.
$40 Rockers at 630
$35 Rockers at 25
$30 Rockers at , 20
$20 RooLsrs at 12
$10 Rockers at 5.00
$6 Rockers at 3.00
$5 Rockers at 2.50
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$5 diners at $3.50
$4 diners at 3.00
$3 diners at 2.25
$2.50 diners at 1.50
$2 diners at 1.35
$1.50 diners at 1.00
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$35 Dressers at $27
$30 Dressers- at 20 '
$20 Dressers at 12
$15 Dressers at 10
$12 Dressers at 7.50
$75 Ranges at $65
$70 Ranges at 60
$65 Ranges at 55
$60 Ranges at 50
$-10 Ranges at 30
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$35 Cabinets at $28
$30 Cabinots at 22
$25 Cabinets at 20
$18 Cabinets at 13.50,
$12 Cabinets at 8.50
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$45 Refrigerators at $35
$40 Refrigerators at 30
$30 Refrigerators at 20
$20 Refrigerators at L2
$30 Tables at 20.00
$25 Tables at 16.00
$20 Tables at 12.00
$15 Tables at 10.00
$50 Rugs at $30
$40 Rugs at 28
$30 Rugs at 20
$20 Rugs at 15
$18 Rugs at 12
$15 Rugs at 10
$ 0.00 Springs at $6.
8.00 Springs at 5.00
5.00 Springs at 3.00
3.00 Springs at 2.00
$30 Tables at $20
$20 Tables at 12
$15 Tables at 10
$12 Tables at 7.50
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$35 Heds at $25
30 Beds at 20
20 Beds al 15
18 Beds at 12
15 Beds at 10
12 Beds at 8.00
8.00 Beds at 5.00
5.00 Beds at 3.00
Space will not permit a complete line of prices,
but come in Saturday or any day next week and will
show you that we are are selling anything in the
Furniture Line . at Cost and Less. Too much Stock
and we must have the money.
Don't forget we are giving away Free a Majestic
Range, a chance wiih each $1.00 purchase. The Big
Store on the Corner will save you money the next 10
$18 Mattresses at $12
15 Mattresses at 10
12 Mattresses at 7.50
10 Mattresses at 6.00
6.00 Mattresses at 3,50
3.50 Mattresses at 2.50
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