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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1917)
The one Big
of North Platte
or Anywhere Else
The J. B
are going rapidly, the sale is4 well on its way.
Great attendance daily is causing the merchandise to disap
pear; we have never witnessed greater buying enthusiasm. The j. B. McDonald
"Home of Good Clothes" store will soon cease to be. A new name will shortly be over the door.
But we want to close out this entire stock, and we have given Bigger and Greater Mark Downs in
todays and tomorrows close out offerings. Stocks sre Bigger and Greater than ever.
5 ine UJtiermg
Hen's $5.00 and $6.00
In Worsteds and wools of fine
grade. Made to fit boys 6 to
Bigger displays and
bigger values than
' ever. Never again
such Shoe bargains
Boys Overcoats at Smashed
To clean up a stock of
finest tailored garments.
Prices run from
are Still at their
Mens $4.00 Work
New bargains have
been thrown on the
tables. Bigger and
2 95 1
Marie anil Rmrc ITnf3niAraav e avc scoured the house for all broken lines in heavy, light and medium
lilCilo dull DUjb UfilU"i WtJdl Union Suits and two piece underwear. See the Big Display Saturday.
OXJR PATRONS TO
SI 1 c$ II The time has come when men should scrutinize
U their wardrobes with the Greatest care. Plans should
Values to $10 and $12.00 0 be made to buy Clothing of all kinds while our stocks
going for are complete, and the prices, originally- low, have
been cut without a thought of the original cost, for
$12 and $14 Suits are $ 4.65
$15 and $17 Suits arc 7.3S
$18 and 20.00 Suits are
$22.50 and $25 Suits are
Felt Hats formerly sold at
$2.50 and $3.00. Big re
ductions on "Mallory's," "Stet
son's" standard goods.
Overalls iTo'vluifS 1.251 All Mens ami Boys Overcoats, Mackinaws etc., at Close Out Prices.
cDONALD, Home of Good Clothes, North Platte, Neb.
$4 Dress Pants $1.95
S2Work Pants 1.45
$2.50 Unionalls.... 1.75
$1 and $1.50 Knick
erbocker Pants . .
Overalls Boys sizes
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. B. N. McNamar of Paxton visit
ed local friends Wednesday.
Dr. Brock. Dentist, ovar Stono Drug
Irene Stuart will leave shortly
for Mason City, la., to visit relatives.
Ralph Garman left Wednesday aftor
noon for Columbus to spend a few
George Wickham lias been suffering
for several days with blood poisoning
caused from an infecton on his hand.
For Sale Ilango in good donditlon.
Phono Rod 271
The contract for tho Roynolds-Blan-konburg
flat on tho cornor of Locust
and Third streets was let Wednesday
afternoon to Clyde McMiehacl.
Mrs. Corrlgan of Fall Rlvor, Mass.,
who spent sevoral weeks -with her sis-
tors, Mosdames Cliarles 211 and George
Austin, loft Wednesday morning.
Tho best in town of women's and
misses fall stylo suits and coats aro
being sold at Tho Loador Mercantile
Miss Villa Whlttaker will have a big
sliipment of Trimmed Hats from tho
east Saturday, Sept. 22d. Every hat
the newest on tho market. At tho
Wilcox Dept. Store.
What of tho care and conservation
of your September grain salos. This
bank, by tho chock account sorvico it
renders to its customers, not only safe
guards your funds, but also conserves
thorn. And tho conservation of your
tnonoy moans "money ahoad" at tho
end of tho year. Deposit your grain
funds and pay by check.
Platte Valley State Bank
North Platte, Nebraska.
Miss Sarah McGinn of Grand Junc
tion, who visited with tho Austin fami
ly last week, has gone to Omaha to
visit relatives. ,
Everything that tho boys and gilts
need going to school can bo bought at
Tho Leader Mercantile Company's for
loss in price and best in quality.
Charloy Johnston left last night for
Omaha whor.o ho will meet his brother
Leo and they will go to Rochester,
Minn., where tho latter will have an
operation performed. Loo suffered n
fracture of tho log some tlmo ago and
the bones did not properly knit.
Tho Chamber of Commerce sent out
its dragging outfit Wednosday to
iovol up tho road leading from the
stato farm east. It Is the intention of
this organlzaion to drag roads, adja
cent to tho city at all opportune times
which moans following rains.
Robt Jandus was arrested at Ster
ling yesterday and Is now awaiting
trial in the county Jail. Ho passed
bogus checks at tho Robert R. Dickey
storo a few days ago. Investigation
shows that ho had been in tho peniten
tiary twico before on & similar charge
Good prairie hay is quoted on track
In ibis city at ?1G and a'.falfa at $10.
Dealers say alfalfa prices aro likoly
to remain comparatively steady. Bat
thero is a gamblo on tho future price:
of pralrio hay. Not much of tho lat
ter has boon marketed during the past
week and very (llttlo alfalfa is moving.
Quito a llttlo whoat has boon mar-
keted in North Platto during tho past'
weok with tho prico ranging from $1.75 !
to $1.90, according to tho grado. Just1
how North Platto grading will com-'
pare with Omaha grading has not yet
boon doflnltoly learned, but it will
probably bo more rigid in Omaha.
Somo idea of tho volume of business
transacted by Loypoldt and Penning
ton of this city in tho singlo item of
hay may bo gained from tho statement
uiai mo nrm nas contracieu ror v.ouo
tons or nay in stack in this section of
tho state and for 4,000 tons in the up
por Elkhorn valKoy. FufauTo prices of
hay is thoroforo of much concorn to
I luivo buyers for good farms. Any
one wishing to soil, boo mo nt once.
0. II. TII0ELI2CKE.
Recognizing that tho war has and
will causo a docided Bhortago of male
clerical ho!p, tho railroads havo begun
omploying young woman in largo num.
bors in positions that they can fill.
Iloro In North Platto two younc women
woro this wook given employment in
tho local railroad offices, and it is
probably as tlmo goos otJiorH will bo
employed. This will ovontually create
a shortaga of woman holp .In stores
Miss Florence Ridings left Wednes
day evening for Lincoln.
,A civics department of tho 20th
Contury Club was organized Saturday
ovonlng with Mrs. M. E. Crosby as
chairman and Miss Emma Smith soc
srWary and treasurer. Tho rogular
meeting will bo held tho first Thurs
day in each month.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T, Redmond
loft yestorday morning for Los Angles
to visit their son, laronco, and family.
Thoy had planned to go a couple of
wooks ago, but woro detained by tho
call to arms which took their son,
.Leonard from them.
A very heavy rain roported at ten
inches fell in the Wollfleet section
Monday, washing out bridgos, roads
and culverts so as to mako travel al
most Impossible. Tho county commis
sioners went ovor Wodnesday to in
vestigate conditions and mako arrange
ments for repairs.
Engineor W. 13. Brown roturnod
yesterday , from Philadelphia, where
ho visited friends for a couple of
weeks. Mrs. Brown will continue- her
visit thoro for a timo. Mr. Brown said
ho was irilghty glnd to got back to
Nobrnska, as tho weather In tho oast
all tho tlmo 1io was thero was wet and
A very onJoyabJo mooting of tho lit
erary dopartmont of tho 20th Contury
( nib wnB hold nt tho homo of Mrs. T.
A Thompson Tuesday afternoon. This
was iho first mooting of tho club your
,nd tho nttendonco was vory good.
An intorosting nocount of tho "Mound
Bulldors" was road by Mrs. Field, Mrs.
Barber road a very well proparod pa
oor on tho "Amorlcan Indian" and Mrs.
fildor gnvo a tttfk on "Parliamentary
Law." Roll call was rosnondod to by
each piombor giving somo fact about
Uiotatp which had boon assigned to
Among tho passengers on a west
bound train last night was an Ameri
can who has boon in tho French avia
tion corps for 18 monthB and is homo
on a twonty-ono-day furlough. Ho
was decorated with two medals, In
dicating that ho had brought down two
Gorman machines, and had othor dec
orations for bravery. For bringing
down tho German flyers ho was given
a premium of $200 by tho manufac
turers of tho motor which drovo his
machine. It requires six months'
training to becomo an aviator In tho
Fronch corps, and comparatively few
of thoso who go Into training aro ac-opted.
Dress goods and silks itfid nK that's
now nro boing shown at Tho Leader
Ono cannpt holp but notico tho grad
ual increase of automobiles, both In
the city and In tho county. With this
gradual Increase, and with scarcely
room now for parking on tho desig
nated streets, the city will soon bo up
against tho proposition of providing
additional parking space and this
means going off the business streets.
C. T. Wholan, who roturnod from
Waddlngton, N. Y Tuesday afternoon,
says that the ca t H in a more grneral
prosperous condition than ho ovor
found It before in his fioquont visits.
Ho visited in a rural soctlou uud found
that old run-down farms " had boon
built up to a productlvo state, buildings
repaired and remodeled and a gpnoral
air of prosperity porvades the fann
ing communities. High prices t for
farm products tho padt fow yoara'lms
apparently worked wondors.
What is an effective way of making a man
of a youth?
Carlyle Blackwell and June Elvidge
Crystal, Saturday Afternoon and Evening.
Wo havo customors for several five
and bIx room dwellings. If you havo
such a dwelling wo can effect a quick
salo for you.
The first increase "in
price on these cleaners is
coming soon. We still
sell this revolving brush
machine for $30. Come
intond see it. '"
Light & Power Co.
GO-4 BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
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