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THURSDAY. MAECK 31, 1921
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
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Owing to the fact that we.have a short lease and unable to get an extention, we are hereby forced tc close out
our entire stock and fixtures, regardless of cost or value, as Mr. Gobelman wants his room for his own business. We
are in are indeed very sorry to make this announcement, as we have enjoyed a very good business from the day we
opened our doors. But under the prevailing circumstances we are compelled to vacate.
is Where a Great Opportunity Awaits the People of Plattsmouth and Vicinty!
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And will continue until every dollars worth of merchandise is sold.
If Our Prices Could Talk
They Would Say,
Come If You Have to
iverything Must Nothing Reserved!
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Our Entire Stock Has Been Unmercifully Cut and Slaughtered
If Cur Prices Could Speak,
They Would Say Come
by Auto, Come by Train,
Come by Foot!
BUT BY ALL MEANS COME!
Here are a few of the numerous bargains that we are offering as space does not permit us
Both Winter and Summer goods must go. Everything to be
sacrificed but the shelving and counters. .
quote all of them,
I Dry Goods!
A Calico, iUiperior quality; closing out price
L 10c per yd.
S Aprong gingham, very best grade; closing
I' r-ul price, I21 Ac per yd.
: rici.les, i.ebt quality', both dark and light;
fi icin:eI-ly iold high as 50c. Now, 18V2C
, Curing flanel in fancy light and dark pat-
: ic. ns? : formerly sold as high as 50c. Closing
5J c t price is 1Z-2C Per 3"Q-
n Muslir., bleached and unbleached; a high
' . :udi- o i.lirj-. Closing out price, 15c.
'!? i v.-hiia it lasts, closing cut price
t . 'lb., jct yc.. and up.
P -r.-c'ir.g 9 4, Peppera! and Aurora brands
r -;f :r. ; de ed oui. at 4Sc oer yd.
f rcr.ihcr ticking, fancy; sold up to $1 per
yd. Closing cu: price, 4Sc per jd.
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LAD-ES READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTM'T
Just Think of It!
. c n our new spring line of dresses wraps,
1- and gir.h'jrn street dresses just received
lev diys ap are to be sacrificed at these
t ' o: :ng out price.-:. Our loss is your gain.
I Grocery Bargains!
Ct-C-HNG OUT PRICES
Pure c?ne sve-cr, ! 1 lbs. for $1.00
p ! Iorsc.s;;ce, Slar or Climax, per lb 83c
h- i - re cider viner, per pal 39c
t:rgt jr.r pif.ni- es. best quality 29c
0 ! ;,:.nond C soap, 6 bars for 25c
Cu-J.;hy's Vv I.itc. N:ptha, 6 bars for 25c
j oy i;o: p, 6 bars for 25c
a :.::ccl'o washing tablets, 2 pkgs. for 15c
g ke iieg's corn flakes, large size, pkg 17c
(i i buckle's coffee, per lb 26c
i uban coffee, per lb 44c
j Aiaple and cane syrup, per can 59c
Pork and beans, superior quality, can. . . ,10c
Red kidney beans, 3 cans for 25c
Large can tomatoes for 14c
H brooms, $1.2d values for 49c
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Lveiy yard of wcraled cress gc ds on our
shelving, consisting of cashmeres, tricotines,
serges, plaids, craanetting, etc., that formerly
sold for $1 to $6 par yd. During this sale,
closing out price is 15c to $1.98 per yd.
iaifetas and messaiins, formerly
sold as high as $5 per yd. The greatest values
3cu ever heard of. Closing out price 93c to
$1.93 per yd.
Our entire line of summer voiles and white
goods will be sold below cert of new material.
Can you imagine dinner plates at 5c each?
We have cut the prices on pie plates, sugar
bowls, creamers, pitchers, butter dishes, etc.,
so low that it will pay ycu to invest.
Ladies aprons, in very beautiful patterns.
Closing out price is 89c.
Men's and women's flanel night gowns;
formerly sold to $3.50. Now. $1.45.
Mackinav. s, duck coats, sheep lined coats,
leather vests. Despite the fact that winter is
over we expect to sell every garment in the
store at these sacrifice prices.
Men's and boys' overcoats, cravanettes,
raincoats and automobile coats. Closing out
price, $1.95 up.
Boys' knickerbocker wool and cashmere
suits; a bargain indeed. Each, $1.95 up.
Eoys khaki suits; ideal for school year.
Closing out price, $1.75.
1 50 pair men's par.ts: serge?, worsteds and
cashmeres. Prices cut square in two.
About 100 men's and young men's vests
being closed out at 95c each.
Every winter cloth or plush coat will be
sacrificed at such a ridiculous price we don't
expect to carry over a single garment. This
also includes the children's coats.
Boys' and girls' fleece lined union suits,
sizes 4 to 16 years of age. Formerly sold up to
$2.50. Your choice, any size, 93c.
Ladies' separate vests and pants. Formerly
sold as high as $1.50 each. Now, 48c.
Ladies ribbed fleeced union suits; elegant
quality. Closing cut price, 95c.
Men's ribbed and lleeccd union suits, form
erly sold as high as $3. Now, 95c.
Men's lambsdown union suits; a very high
class garment. Closing out price, $1.3.
Men's and boys' wee'i undeishirts, broken
sizes, formerly sold as high as $2. Closing
out nrices, 45 and 75c.
Keaay mace sl-eel?
Full size; formerly
sold at $2. Closing out price, $1.19.
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Deo spreado, iorn:er:y sola up to eacn. f
The closing out price is $2.93. J-
About 1 00 pairs men's rubber boots, both
red and black, to be sacrificed at closing out
prices, $2.95 and $3.35.
Men's 4-buckle black all rubber overshoes.
Closing out price, $1.95.
Men's 4-buckle red U. S. ail rubber over
shoes. Closing out price, $3.48.
Children's rubber boots. Closing out price
on these as low as 98c.
We Buy Eggs!
Bring in your eggs. We want them and
will pay the highest market price at all times.
Bring them in any day and get good prices
for them, as well as take advantage of the bar
gains offered in this closing out sale.
Men's, women's and children's sweaters
will be sacrificed in this closing out sale at
prices that will pay you to lay them away fof
Laces, embroideries, insertion in all the
latest patterns at less than half their actual
value. Buy now and save.
Fixtures for Sale!
Look Over the Following List and
Pick Out Your Needs
1 8-foot floor case.
1 6-fcot floor case.
2 7-foot show cases.
1 6-foot show case.
1 5-foot show case.
1 3-foot show case.
1 9x72 wall case.
4 coat racks.
2 skirt racks.
1 revolving skirt rack.
2 grocery scales.
1 cash register.
1 Bowser oil tank.
1 gasoline tank.
2 thread cases.
1 ribbon case.
1 spice case.
1 10-can cookie rack.
1 coffee grinder.
Men's work shirts, blue and grey; good
ones. Closing out price, 75c each.
One lot men's heavy 220 blue denim over
alls; both high and suspender backs; while
they last, closing out price, $1.49 pair.
One lot white pair.-ters' overalls. Cheaper
than stealing them. Price is SSc.
One lot men's striped overalls; while they
last, closing out price, 89c.
Men's hats, the entire stock in 3 groups.
Closing out prices, 98c, $1.9S, $2.48.
Children's wool hats on sale' as low as
The entire line of men's linen colars form
erly sold at 25c. Closing 'cm out at 10c.
Men's dress shirt.-; very neat patterns.
Formerly sold to $3.75, now 95c.
Gloves of all descriptions, for both dress
and work. Priced below cost.
Men's khaki work jackets, formerly sold
to $3.50. Clocing out price, $1.25.
Men's unionalls in fancy stripe and blue
denim. Sold to $5; now, $1.95.
Men's light colored fancy striped coat
jackets sold as high as $3.50; now, 75c.
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