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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1912)
Women's Lisle Hose
worth 25c, for
Girls' Wash Dresses
worth $1.25, all colors
White Muslin Drawers,
neatly tucked and
Commencing SATURDAY, APRIL the 6th, we commence our Spring Sale a sale that hundreds
of thrifty buyers in Plattsmouth and vicinity await with interest. Coming as it does just before Easter,
and right at the threshold of the Spring Season, it is a most wonderful opportunity for economical men and
women to buy their new Spring Apparel at remarkable reductions. You'll find here greater bargains dur
ing this sale than ever before, because the prolonged Winter has prevented the sale of Spring apparel and
we must make sweeping reductions to move our Spring stocks. This sale will continue till all out-of-town
people will have the opportunity to purchase all the bargains.
About one year ago, when I took the management of the Fanger Department Store, we announced that
a scries of sales would be conducted during the year, which announcement was made good up to the close
1911. These sales proved a success in every particular, and our most sanguine expectations were realiz
ed. While we sold the goods at a remarkably low figure, we made a lot of new friends, who we believe
will become regular patrons of our store in the future. We will conduct our business during the coming
year upon the same basis, and are going to offer the people a much larger line of goods to select from than
ever before. We are not telling you that they will be sold at a much lower figure than ever before, at a
sacrifice, and even below cost at this time, but will tell you that we have one of the largest and most com
plete line of goods ever displayed in Plattsmouth, and that you can purchase them at the lowest possible
price, consistent with modern merchandising. We have priced everything at the lowest figure upon a
profitable basis, and while that profit is very small, we expect to make up the deficiency in the volume of
business that we expect to do this Spring. All we ask is that you call and examine the goods and we will
guarantee their value and the price.
Women's Lisle Hose, in
fast blacks and tans,
Women's Pure Silk
Hair Nets worth 10
each, at "
Men's Lisle Hose worth
Men's New Spring Clothing Now at
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Copyrighted lyu A. B. MHSCHBAUM tc CO.
New Spring Arrow and Col
umbia brand shirts for men
made by the Cluett Co., the
country's foremost shirt pro
ducers. They stand for all the
Ix'st and latest in men's dress
shirts. The fit, the fabric, the
workmanship and the wash
ability of these shirts are sec
ond to none. You'll find here
every new leading style and
75c, 98c and SI.25
Boys' clothing in the finest
of fabrics. Strong and durable,
and in the neatest of styles, nt
surprisly low prices:
Boys' Wool Cashmere Suits,
with knickerbocker pants,
all sizes, worth to $5.50,
Boys' Navy Blue Serge Suits,
knickerbocker pants, all
sizes, worth $6.50, at $3.78
Boys' Shirts, all colors 00 n
and sizes, worth to 50c . . "
Splendid hand tailored all wool garments in every
new spring style, fabric and color. Such famous brands
as A. B. Kirschbaum &. Co. "Cherry" brand clothing.
Men's and Young Men's all-wool Cashmere Suits
positively worth to $18.00
Blue Serges, splendid worsteds, in Hand Tailored Blue Serges, silk
all leading shades, perfectly tail- lined, splendid worsteds and mix-
oreu, wortn to sib.UU, on rn tures, grays, tans, browns, toiA
at 0 JiOU etc., worth to$25.00, at. . . . wIt
Men's Pants Worth $1.25; splendidly made,
in good quality material; all sizes, at
Men 8 Pants, in worsteds and ca- Exceptional high-grade Men's
shiners, blues, grays, mixtures, Pants, in the finest of materials
etc., worth to $3.00, Q QC and patterns, worth
at OliUJ to $5.00, at
Men's Dress Shirts new Spring Men's Rockford Sox
patterns, worth 75c. nr at.
Men's Splendid New Hats Every
Men's and Boys' Spring Caps- fashionable style and shape, worth
r1:00' 50 and 25c ::.$M0: si.95
Splendid Values in Men's Furnishings!
Men's lightweight Shirts and Drawers, worth per garment, each; .45c
Union Suits, worth $1.25, at ;.95c
Dressed Kid Gloves, worth $1.50 pair, at. ) .98c
Men's New Spring Neckwear, worth 75c, at 45, 25 and 19c
10c White and Colored handkerchiefs, each ; r..4c
New Fancy Vests, worth to $3.50. at .' . 90c
Wonderful Array of Women's New
Spring Apparel at Surprising Prices!
Every new style, color and fabric, in Ladies' Suits.
Coats and Dresses are here for your selection. The most of
them are hand-tailored models.
Women's New Spring Suits In splendid all-wool
serges and worsteds, leading Spring styles and colors, worth
to $35.00, at $12.50, $15, $19.50 and $22.50
Beautiful Spring Suits In all the Hand Tailored Suits -Faultlessly
new fabrics and styles, splendid, designed, every new fabric and shade,
perfect fitting garments, 0M Pfj worth to $30.00,
worth to $20.00. at WITiOU at
NEW SPRING COATS
A splendid showing of handsome Spring Coats, in every new fabric, '
color and design. Positively values up to $25.00, at
$11.50 to $14.00
Exceptional Values in Dress Skirts
New Skirts in gored, pleated and new side effects, Panamas, serges,
worsteds, voiles, etc., all colors, worth to $12.00, at
$1.98, $3.98 and $4.98
New Dresses Greatly Underpriced
Splendid New Serge Dresses, made of the finest all-wool serges, all colors, handsomely
trimmed, values to $12.50, at $4.98 and
One lot of Lingerie Dresses, with real Val. lace, beautifully embroidered and trimmed,
scores of pretty styles, well worth to $8.00, at $1.98, $125 and
A nifty line of Ladies' Shirts and Shirt Waists in Silk and Silk Ponlins tho
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Plattsmouth, from 89c to $2.95. This is an excellent line and you should call and examine them.
New Shoes for Men, Women and
Children Greatly Underpriced!
Splendidly new shoes of the best leathers and workman
ship, made by the country's foremost manufacturers.
Men's splendid button and lace Bhoes, in blacks,
tana and patent leathers, regular $4.00 and $5.00
values, at $2.00 and $2.50
Men's New Oxforda, In blacks and tans, Good
year Welt Soles, $4.50 value at $2.90
One broken lot of Men'B and Boys' Shoes, worth
to $2.50, at $1.39 and 98a
Hoys' Shoes, all sizes, worth $1.50,
Women's Vici and Gun Metal Button and Lace
Shoes, worth to $2.60, at $1.50
Women's $3.50 Shoes, in black and tan, at.... $2.48
Infant's Hand Turned Vici Kid Shoes, sizes 1 to 5, worth 75c, at 48c
The very latest things in Ladies' Mus
lin Underwear of every description; Prin
cess Slips, Underskirts, etc.
Notions of Every Sort!
Ladies' Shopping Bags, Children's Bags,
Bar Pins, Belt Pins, Side Combs, Back Combs,
Hair Rolls and Fancy Hat Pins, and a good many
other things that we cannot mention in this
space; and all these will be sold at a very low
price during this Grand Opening Sale.
Work Shirts, all sizes and col
ors, worth 65c, at
Men's Dress Shirts in different
stripes, worth up to $1.00, at
-10 Yards IKIigh-rade alico for 48c -
. L . u . A large line of Suit Cases, Valises, Bags and Trunks. Dusting caps, worth 35c, at
Gingham Kitchen Aprons,
worth 35c, for """""""TTT! '---"" " ZOO
We sell as good a goods for less money than you can buy
5)3 elsewhere. We have no way to convince you of it unless you buy White Linen Handkerchiefs,
them, and then-we make you this proposition: "Get your worth 35c' e at
money's worth, or money back." 1 9c
I "THE HOME OF GUARANTEED VALUES!"
V. ZUCKER, Manager
for Women and Children!
For women and children noth
ing is more comfortable, more
satisfactory, than Union Suits.
From every point of view they
are satisfactory. They're easy
on your pocketbook because of
their durability and washability,
and their original low cost. They
are pleasant to wear, and yield
readily to every motion of the
body. And they actually improve
in appearance after each trip to
the laundry. Try them you'll
be delighted with them.
Union Suits for
Ladies' Gingham Sleeve Aprons,
worth $1.25, for
Light Percale Aprons, worth 35c,
which go at
Ladies' Gingham Bib Aprons,
worth 50c, for
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