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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1917)
ANNOUNCEMENT NO. 2
AN ABSOLUTE & QUICK CLOSE OUT!
tock of J. B. McDonaldSSi
will be closed out completely
and the firm cease to exist
The Closing Chapter In the History of the J. B. McDonald Men's
and Boys' Clothing business of North Pla'te is about to be writ
ten. This firm is abv.ut to go out of existence. A new name will
soon appear above the door. Only a couple of weeks are given
us to dispose of these well known stocks. It is the intention that
all merchandise and book accounts be converted into cash at
once, before a final transfer and change of ownership takes place.
A Gigantic and Collossal
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TO THE PUBLIC
The undeniable fact of my having definitely decided' to take up
other business interests in Omaha necessitates my selling out my
entire stock ani vacating my store in the shortest possible time.
Prices have advanced so rapidly the last few months that I am
confident that if you wait until you need your fall requirements
that you will pay more than double the price which we are asking
to close out this entire stock quickly. Remember, all my fall goods
are delivered and are thrown into this sale. Other merchants have
tried to buy my stock in bulk. They know without doubt that I
have the best Men's and Boys' Clothing stock in America, and
they realize it would be a money-making proposition for them
to purchase my stock at invoice price, on account of all my goods
being bought before the enormous advance in the price of mer
chandise, and they would enrich themselves thousands of dollars
by buying this stock and offering it for sale. But I feel very grnte-
P ful to the public of North Platte and surrounding country for the
spienuiu puirouuge iney nave given ine m my 10 yuuiM ui uusi
ness. I have hundreds of friends that I know would be disappoint-
i ed and for that reason I have employed the T. K. Kelly Merchan
a disc Corporation of Minneapolis, Minn., to close out this stock and
3 give everyone attending this sale a parting present in values in
2 order my name will be favorably remembered by my friends and
the public of Lincoln county. Very earnestly, J. B. McDONALD
ABOUT THE BIG
GEST SALE IN
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AN EVENT THAT
ONCE IN A BLUE
HUT TIGHT TODAY
to complete the final details for a Clearing Out Sale that will long be. remembered by those who attend.
To close out these stocks quickly, we must cut prices DEEPLY. We've gone at it with a WILL We've
"gone the limit" cut and then cut again. Come, expecting the GREATEST VALUES in dependable
Men's and Boys Clothing and Furnishings, Shoes, Bags and Baggage, Hats and Caps and everything that
n goes for High Class Wear for Men and Young Men. The Biggest Outpouring of Merchandise you have
Known ror 1 ears.
$7 BOYS' SUITS
THOUSANDS OF BA11GAIKS.
Tho "Fliz" $1.7". Ynlucs
Hoys' "Fits" Overalls 07c.
THOUSANDS OF HAHGAINS.
$7 Knickerbocker Suits, Closing
Out nt ,
SS MEN'S SHOES
THOUSANDS OF HAKGAINS.
One Lot $." J)ross Shoes, Closing
S12 AND $15 SUITS
THOUSANDS OF HAKGAINS.
.yodliim and Honvy weights for
Youiifj Men or Slim 3Icu
jt juMnrawjiwn ffi ilTinlif T f r H I ill if " 1 ft i f ,1 TT
We offer ihe men and young men an un
equaled opportunity to secure fiue un
derwear at record-shattering prices. An
ticipate your needs! Plan to buy clothing
of all kinds NOW, while the prices, orig
inally low, have been much reduced.
MEN'S FALL UNDERWEAR in light,
Medium or Heavy. Weights. Special Un
ion Suit Bargain, Regular $1.25 fJfZr
MEN'S 2 PIECE all wool Staley's un
derwear, Shirt or Drawers. Sup- tfg
ply limited. Early Buyers Chance 7
HANDING YOU SOME
Real Neckwear Bargains
Some 68 dozen of 25c Wash Ties 9c
borne 96 dozen of 75c Four-in-IIands . 39c
Some 60 docn of 25c te 50c Bow Tics 19c
HERE'S A CLEAN KNOCKOUT
OF PROFITS AND COSTS ON
$ 4.65 Buys $12.50 and $14.00 Suits and Overcoats
7.35 Buys 15.00 and 17.50 Suits and Overcoats
10.40 Buys 18.00 and 20.00 Suits and Overcoats
14.80 Buys 22.50 and 25.00 Suits and Overcoats
17.90 Buys 27.50 and 30.00 Suits and Overcoats
You can choose your suit in a box or
pinch-back, English or conservative busi
ness man's model, 1, 2 or 3 button, fully
lined, plain cloths, stripes or mixtures, all
good colorings, worsteds, cassimercs and
serges, mediums or heavy weights.
There is every size to 46, including
plenty of stouts. The overcoats include
'both medium and heavy weights, single and
double breasted, loosc,torm fitting or pinch
backplain cloths or patterned, collars of
same material or velvet.
jj.B. Mcdonald, SKKr,
At a Mere Fraction o Former Cost
Men's $3.50 Trousers $1.95
Trousers of this sort come in mighty
handy for a change- They are made of
the style of cloth that holds the crease
well, always has a rich effect and match
es up about any style of a coat and vest.
Here's a chance to make your coat and
vest pull through another season.
Mens $5 Dress Pants $2.95
It's impossible to match either of these
values today at anything near double the
money. Don't Miss it! They'll be
whipped up soon. '
75c Work Shirts 49c
81,25 Monarch Dress Shirts , ,85c
Si. 75 Arrow Dress Shirts 9gc
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