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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1893)
Women’s Best Glove Calf Shoes.$1.50
Women’s Best Oil Grain Shoes. 1.50
Women’s Pebble Grain Shoes, solid. 1.00
Women’s Fine Dongola Kid Shoes. 1.50
Women’s Extra Quality Kangaroo Calf Shoes. 2.00
Men’s Grain Congress and Bluchers.$2.00
Men’s Grain Veal Congress.
Men’s Prime Oil Grain Boots. 2.50
Men’s Prime Kip Boots. 2.50
Men’s Solid Split Boots. 1.40
Eight Lines of School Shoes from the Best Factories in the Country.
OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS ALL RIGHT.
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During the Month of November
We intend to give our customers the benefit of the unusually low Dry Goods mar
ket. Goods have never before been so cheap. Not even before the war. The merch
ant is tempted to keep prices at the old notch and pocket the benefits. We are letting
down the prices to the lowest point, as the following lists will show. Eead them:
Worsted 20c 121
Worsted (brocaded) 25c 15
Heavy Cloth Suitings 35c 25
Yard wide.Cashmeres 35c 25
All Wool Suitings 50c 35
Twilled back Broadcloths, former
price $1.25 now $1.00.
Silk Warp Henrietta former price
§1.50 now §1.20.
jggTRemember price depends
upon quality; come and see these
Heavy all-Wool Red Twilled
Other qualities 26, 32 and 35c
Good Strong Domet Flannel
(all cotton) 5c
6-oz. Blue Shirting Flannel 20c
Heavy Skirt’g Flannel double
Fleeced (cotton) 15c
Heavy Outing Flannel 8c
^jgPThese are not cheap goods
but good goods Cheap.
Having entered the season with
satisfactory sales, but now fearing
continuance of the mild weather,
we offer a straight discount of
per cent from already low and
J5§r>We do not wait until the
season is over but meet you with
this in time for you to get the
$10 Cloaks for $6.66.
Corticelli, 100-yard Spool Silk,
7c per spool.
Coats’ Thread 4c per spool.
Barbours’ 200-yd. Linen'Thread
7c per spool.
Best Needles 4c per paper.
Best Sewing Machine Needles
4c per paper.
All sizes Smoked Pearl Buttons
3c per dozen.
Cotton Stay Binding, all colors
and sizes, 2c a piece.
Tailor Dress Buttons oc per doz.
Best Linen Embroidery Floss,
all colors. 3 skeius for 10c.
Lace Thread, 500-yard spools,
5c per spool.
Goff’s Dress Braid 4c a piece.
^PThese prices show what we
are doing. It pays to trade here.
The most valuable advertise
ments we can put out for this
department are going out daily in
our very low prices for first-class
goods. During the month of No
vember we shall push the sale of
AYe claim the largest stock from
which to select, and the most
skilled and artistic trimming.
Nicely trimmed Felt Hats 75c.
AYe call special attention to our
S2 and S3 hats.
^WBemember we are closing
out this department permanently.
Men's Heavy Grey Winter Un
derwear 85c per suit.
Water-proof Collars, 20c grade,
Men’s heavy all-wool Sox, only
17c per pair.
Madam Foy’s Corsets, former
price Si.50 now 65c.
Ladies black Berlin Gloves for
13c per pair.
Ladies black Taffeta Gloves for
15c per pair.
Ladies black Kid Gloves, former
price 81.25 now 95c.
Men’s best lined Duck coats
with corduroy collars 81.25.
Men’s heavy Scotch Caps 25c.
^°Be sure and get our prices
before you buy. You will save
money by so doing.
Good Ingrain Carpet 30c yard. Best Table Oil Cloth 15c yard. Best Cambric Skirt
Lining 5c yard. Good Large Bed Comforts 83c each. Best Carpet warp 16c lb. Knit
ting cotton, all colors and sizes, 5c ball. Fine Cashmere Veiling 18c yard. Cash Only!
No Credit! Money Talks! Prices Talk! We solicit your trade on basis of largest
reciprocity. We claim it as the introducers of low prices.
GEORGE E. THOMPSON, McCOOK, NEBRASKA,
Successor to J. Albert Wells. In the 3-Story Brick Building Where the Land Office Is.
KEEP THIS PAPER FOR REFERENCE DURING NOVEMBER.
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