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NQRta PLATTE, NEBRASKA', TDEDiY EYMING, DECEMBER" 17, 1895.
,Ror the month oLD.ecember. will continue until December
24th, at prices that will leave a' mark long to be" remembered
by our customers. Before taking inventory we wish to re
duce our stock as low as possible. Read our price list:
DRY GOODS DEPT.
We will furnish 7 yards of all wool, 40
inches wide, in all colors. Serge, with all
trimmings needed for 83.85.
We will furnish 7 yards Henrietta, 40
inches wide, all colors, for S3.55
We will furnish 36 inch worsted in all
colors. 7 yards with all trimming' com
plete for only $2.48.
AH of our imported Serges and Henf
riettas, 46 inches wide, regular price 1.00
to 1.25, for this sale at 65 cents.
All of our Imported Fancy Brocaded
Jacketnette Dress Goods, regular price
from L25 to L75, for this sale your choice
at 82JI cents per yard.
KNIT GOODS. X
We offer to close out all of our knit
coods. consisting of Shawle. Black and
White Fascinators, Hoods.Tam O'Shant-
ers' Bonnets, at 50 cents on the dollar.
Plush albums, work boxes, toilet goods
of all description to close out regardless
100 dozeu ladies' hem stitched hand
kerchiefs at 5 cents, were 10 cents.
1,000 ladies' silk handkerchiefs, tlho
prettiest ever seen, from 15 cents and up.
These goods were bought by us t 50
cents on the dollar, and will close them
out at the samo.
3 spools of thread 10 cents.
One lot of Bed Spreads, regular price
1.25 to 3.50, your choice for 85 cents.
209 yards of Turkey Red Table Linen
fast colors at 25 cents per yard.
200 yards of Turkey Red 60 inches
wide, the best quality made, at42 cte.
200 yards of Unbleached Table Xiinen
50 inches wide, regular price 65 cents,for
this sale 48 cents.
100 yards of Best White Table Linen,
60 inches wide, formor price -1.25 per
yard, for this sale at S2 cents. .
200 yards White Table Linen, 50 inches
wide, former price 65 cente, for this sale
at 48 cen ts.
10 dozen regular price
sale 08 cents.
10 dozen, former
sale at 1.65.
"5 dozen, former
1.50, for this
price 3 25, for this
TOWELING AND TOWELS.
We have got them .frsm 5 cents and.
Warner's Corline, in all sizes at
Warner's Health at 1.10.
. - Dr. Ball's, all sizes, at 85 cents.
Jackson Corset Waists at 90 cents.
Misses Corsets Waists at 37 cents.
All of our 75 cent Corsets for this sale
-at 48 cents.
Boys Bicycle Woolen Hose in all sizes
from v to 10, at 23 cents.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's French
Ribbed Hose at M off from regular price.
GLOVES AND MITTS
for ladies, gerts, Misses and children
We have them in Kid, Silk, Saxony and
Wool at i off.
We have a beautiful line of silk muf
flers, ladies' and gents', hemstitched smd
fancy border handkerchiefs atpry low
Furnishing goods for la.dies and gents,
misses and children, to close out at a
great sacrifice price.
Thousands of pairs of tho best make
for ladies, misses, geats and children.
All of our Padden Bro's fiuo thoes,
button, lace or congress, YenGh toe,
razor toe or square toe, flexible or exten
sion solep, regular nrices from 3.p0 to
4.50, your choice during this sale at 2.95
Two hundred pairs of ladies tine Don
gola shoes, regular price 2 00, for this
Ono lot of children's fine shoos, sizes
4 to 8, velvet tops, regular price 1.00, for
thissalo iv cents.
One hundred pairs of M. D. Wells
Gents' Good. Year Welt shoes, evory pair
warranted, regular price 4.00, for this
salt) 3.00. Boys slioesTrom 95 cents up.
One lot of children's Oil Grain riveted
spring heel Ehoes, 6izo$ from 8 to 12, at
CAPES AND JACKETS.
The public is well acquainted with our
lino imd the price. From the 10th to
tho 20th ivo offer for your choice which
is divided in three lots, as follows: 3.25,
5.50 and 8.00, not one garment in tho lot
worth less than 7.00, from that up to S15.
What ever wo have left you pick your
choice for 1.45.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
We had this announced before that
we wish to go out nf this line, as we
want the room for other purposes. We
have just got a new snlcsman for the pur
pose of closing out this line for whatever
it may bring.
It is impossible for us to mention ev
erything as space will not permit, but
the entire .establishment is full of bar
gains. Bring this paper with you so you
raav seo wo sell as advertised.
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
We give away during this sale silver knives and forks,
table spoons, tea spoons, sugar spoons, tea pots, butter dishes,
pickle castors and cake baskets. All of these goods is of good
material and warranted to wear ten years. The above articles
will be given from $5.00 to $35.00, according to amount of
J. PIZER, Proprietor.
The Great Holiday Goods House
C. M. NEWTON.
Dolls, Eocking Horses, Toy Drums, Doll Carriages,
Picture .Books, ABC Books, Letter Blocks, Toy Stoves
and Ranges, Toy Trains, Toy Dishes, Toy Trunks, Banks,
Animals, Carts, Wagons, Sleds, Horns, Fifes, Whistles,
Guns and all sorts of Toys and everything usually kept
in this House, with a great many additions and at prices
lower than ever. Also a large line of Albums, Collar and
'Cuff Boxes, Toilet Sets. Fancy Metal Trays, Jewel Boxes
and Trinket Cases. Hand Painted Yaces, Gift Books,
Ink Stands, Paper Weights Paper Cutters, Autograph
and Scrap Albums, Yiolins, Guitars, Harmonicas, Slusic
Boxes and Musical Albums, Kodaks, etc., etc.
Remember our goo(3s are all right, and we invite all
to look over our stock before buying elsewhere. Come in
anyhow and see tie pretty things, and hear our magnifi
cent music box.
C. M. Newton's for Holiday Presents.
LLOYD'S- 0PEEA HOUSE,
FE0FLE-WH0 COME AMD GO.
Conductor Blood is home from
OscarHugkes has been spending"
the past evsr days 'iu Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Fenwickwent
to Omaha. Sunday morning.
Mrs. M. C. Harrington returned
last weekirom her visit in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eells went
to CouncilBluffs Saturday morning.
Mr. Eells returned Monday.
Sidney Dillon is expected home
from Chicago this week to spend
the holidays with his parents.
Mrs. Claude Weingand returned
the latter part of the week from her
six weeks' visit in Illinois and Wis
consin. Mrs. H. L. "Walsh will leave this
week for Illinois to visit herdaugh-
ier, ivirs. iaua mnaman, who is
Mrs. Frankie Millard, who had
:en visiting North Platte friends
for a few days returned to Omaha
in town the
latter part of the week to pass
Christmas' with relatives.
C. L. Black and familv left last
night for the east, Mr. Black going
toGalesburg, 111., and Mrs. Black
and son Georfe to Des Moines. Iowa.
were in town nday. Me.nry re
Charles Buck, the papular sales- . CQ ,
' " " ' r I Dorrs that some verv line corn was
vv.x.ug raised on his irrigated farm this
year Literary has resigned in
Rennie Closing out his Millinery
POSITIVELY AT ONE-HALF COST.
What is left in our Millinery Department posi
tively goes at One-Half Cost. Bargains you never
saw before at RENJOTS.
Mr. andMrsr.C. A.
Lincoln J. Carter's Mam
moth Scenic Production.
The Awful Tornado The Great
Rigging Scene, Six Tars Furling
a Monster Sail The Collision of
Two . Ocean Liners at full speed-
The migfhty open sea scene, with
waves running mountain high-
Dissectin"" room of a medical col
lege Chicago harbor at night,
and many other scenic wonders.
"To hold, as well asijvin success,
Keep all your playsaill promises."
Jr-Lmcoln J. Carter.
PRICES 50 and75 CENTS.
Tickets now on sale at Clinton's.
50 , PER CENT OFF ON fltft COATS AND CAPES.
REN N IE, The Leader.
be M. E. quarterly services at Her
shey on next Saturday and Sunday.
Presiding elder Leonard, of North
Platte, is expected there Saturday
evening and Sunday. Pat.
S0MEBSET - SNAP SHOTS.
J. F. Brittain and Andrew Smith
recently made a shipment of seed
to Lincoln Mort Green is visit
ing his father and others after sev
eral years' absence Miss Edith
Jolliff returned to Curtis last week
..William Griffith spent Sunday
at home Rev. D. L. McBride
preached here last Sundav AVtri
-over our Great Stock of-
business Tuesday . .
and Gilbert Smith
South Omaha, was in town yester
day rustling business and telling fayor of revivals and" win probably Jolliff recently returned here from
umc ui ui luiiuy curies. , . RfrfH no.nfn Ml jjavenport.iNeD Uoctor Winters
Husrh Bird came down from Chev- Fenwick came in on Friday even in r Curtis was lfere on professiona
enne the latter part of the week to from her school in the Meyers dis-
transact some business. He is on trict Mesdames, Richards and
the extra engineer list at Cheyenne Mower spent Saturday at the coun
but would prefer to return here and ty seat. . ..Wm. BToltry was taking
take his rights as a regular fireman, in the sijrhts at Hershev on Satur
day Mrs. Fred 'Pierson was a
North Platte visitor Thursday.. ..
P. C. Myers, of Paxton, was shak
ing1 hands with his friends here on
Dec. 12th Board met; present
full board and countyclerk. Claim
of J. C. Wilson for 7.50 for bridge Tuesday..
work allowed on bridge fund; W.
W. Birge, lumber and coal, 200.50,
allowed on same fund.
The following-official bonds were
approved: Justices of the peace
Wm. LaRue, J. H. Baker, L. C.
Constables Albert LaBounty,
Assessors J. H. Baker, L. C.
Hansen, Henry Coker, P. B. Bloom,
E. A. Crosby, A. E. Moore, C. S.
Kilmer, C. L. Patterson.
Overseer Highways N. Enright
district 33, Thos. Hanrahan district
shipments of seeds to Lincoln last
week Dan Jolliff makes tri
weekly visits to Wellfleet that is
he goes down there and tries to ge
back the same week. O. I. C
The Nebraska congressmen have
Wm, Siveet was a Wal- at least succeeded in fretting- them
lace visitor tiie nrst?or tne weeK.
selves satisfactorily written up by
the reporters and other obituary
paragraphists at Washington
Two full moons will occur this
month. It is quite rare for Decern
B. Spurrier has about 200 fat hogs ber, or any other month, for that
NICHOLS AND HESHEYUEWS.
Frank Williamson left last week
for his old home in Indiana. .. .N.
JJ. A 1 n
matter, to nave two mil moons.
jluc oniv instance oetore tins was
1,8 3ears ago, at the coming- of
the Savior. Some people think that
the two full moons this month fore
token His second coming.
Hon. Geo. Humphrey, the state
.weighmaster at the sugar factory.
which he will ship to market soon
after the holidays Several from
this section will attend the irriga
tion convention at Sidney this week.
The Nichols school will close
on Friday of this week and take a
vacation until January 6th
Eugene Goodwin, accompanied by
32, Gus Ogroskey district 15, Henry llis Parents lef t last week f or Kan" bas completed his work for this sea
- I 1 A I ) - . 1 -w-v .
sus mis. m. jrowu was m son. uuring the time lie was at the
Sidney last week attending the factory there were received 15,475
funeral of a young child of Mr. and tons of beets on which the state
Mrs. John LaMunyon, of Grand will pay a bounty. These have
Junction, Col., who brought the re- been worked up by the factory al-
mains to Sidney for interment ready and an- accounting made
The box social will be held at the The beets which are now being ruu
bisson school house on l nday even- are inferior, not coming up to the
ing of this week. . . .The newspaper required test Grand Island Inde
at Hershey will send forth its initial pendent
t ti 3 r 11 i- I
numuci on luuibuajr 01 iuu ees, It can be very truthfully asserted
the delay being due to the editor's that while ni farmers in Ne-
inability to get the quarters 111 braska think their experiences with
reaainess ixev. mayne cioseanis
Kilmer district 36, Albert Beach
district 30, L. E. Pease district
40, Loren Purdy district 31, Walter
Connolly district 11, W. T. Elliott
Dec. 13th Board met; "present
full board and county clerk. Official
bonds were approved as follows:
Florence A. Franklin, county
superintendent; Newell Burritt,
Justices of the peace A. S.
Fletcher, Lewis Kelly, G. W. Per
sons, E. A. Thornburg.C. L. Wood,
E. K. Howe.
Constables J. H.
C. Woodhurst, W.
Henry Kilmer, A. E
Assessors John Murphy, Geo.
Overseers David E. Baker dis
trict 48. Chas. Meyers district 53,
Henrj' Edler district 55, C. E. Sny
der district 20, T. M. Johnson dis
Smith, W. H.
Misses Mabel and Eva Yates
spent Saturday at North Platte
Rev.-Nichols, of Paxton, has been
holding revival meetings at the
school house all this week and it is
said will continue them for another
week if we have suitable weather.
The warm weather has brought
quite a good many will geese back
from the south, and some of the
boys are creating vacancies among shey lumber yard,
revival services a few
The meetings were not very suc
cessful Mrs. J. H. Hershey and
children departed last Friday for
Council Bluffs on a visit. They
were accompanied as far as Grand
Island by Mr. Hershey Louis
Toillion delivered one hundred
bushels of fine white corn at the
North Platte mills last Saturday.
Remember the Christmas tree
at Nichols on Christmas eve, to
which all are invited to attend and
bring their presents J. W. Liles
and family expect to spend Christ
mas with friends at Gothenburg.
. . . . We were told the other day that
there would be a Christmas tree in
the O'Fallon school house Christ
mas eve Several of the seed
growers in this precinct have been
"bathing" seeds in the south river
lately Manager Hill, of the Her-
is now a full
their numbers William Brown fledged insurance agent and has
moved his last load of household moved with his family into the town
goods to North Platte Thursday, site building recently vacated bv
J. W. Bobbitt is erecting an ice H. W. Fogle John Popham, of
house and expects to put up con- McPherson, who repaired the
siderable congealed moisture within Brooks residence last week, is re-
the next couple of months Fred modeling D. A. Brown's house this
Pierson departed on Saturday for a week All those who want to en-
few days' visit among friends in joy a social time are requested to
Perkins county Geo. Emerson attend the Maccabee dance at Her-
expects to work in a seed house at shev Christmas night A party
Waterloo this winter and will leave from near Hershey took a load of
here about the 17th A. W. Hoat- potatoes to North Platte last Fri-
son is loading baled hay for the day and could not dispose of tUem
Chicago market this week John "for neither love nor money," and
Coker has been on the sick list the had to bring them back home It
past week but is now said to be is reported that Mrs. C. C. Funk
considerable better. Dr. McCabe houser will move upon the ditch
attended him J. H. Johnson and farm to be vacated by S.H.Phenicie
wife transacted business at North in the spring Miss Hattie Snow
Platte Thursday Henry Sudman of Hershey is reported on the sick
and wife, of eastern Keith county, hist at this writing There will
sugar beets have been somewhat
unprofitable they are not discour
aged. They at present know noth
ing else that would give better re
suits for the time and acreage. One
thing is certain, if the beets do not
come up to the test required by the
factory, the farmers have their crop
left to feed to stock. Altogether it
is an industry that promises greater
results for both growers and manu
facturers. Grand Island Indepen
dent. Dr. A. P. Sawyer I have had Rheumatism since
I was 20 years old, but since rising yonr Family
Cure have been free from It. It also cured my
husband of the same disease. Mrs. Bobt. Con
nelly, Brooklyn, Iowa. Sold by F. n. Longiey.
J. F. CAMPBELL
(North Side Grocer)
Invites ' the attention of the
purchasing public to his fresh
and clean stock of
Flour and Feed.
Everything as represented and
goods sold as low as the low-,
est. Remember the place
The North Side.
Clothing,. Gents' famishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, HafeGaps,
- Gloves and Mittexis.
Surprised, First at the Large Assortment;
Second, at the Superior Quality:
Third at the Immense Yariety;
Fourth at the Low Prices.
We have been some time in getting these S.ur
" prises here and ready for you, but at last, are
able to announce
Bargains a!3 Through the House.
We solicit a comparison of Goods and- Prices,
knowing that you will find our stock. the Best and 4he
Cheapest. - -
ar Clothing. . House,
WEBER & VOLLMEE, Props.
PEOPLE MUST EAT,
Even if times are a little quiet and dol
lars rather scarce. They must have
Groceries, Provisions and Flour and
they want good goods at low prices.
We Don't Blow Much,
But when it comes to sellinefresh and;
clean goods for little money we are
it" just as extensively as any dealer.
We're after Trade,
That's what we are here for and we so
licit you to call and "look us over." We
are confident we can please you.
V. VonGoetz, The Grocer,
C. F. IDDINGS,
Order by telephone from Xewton's Book Store.
HSraw LIYEBT JLUSTID PEED STABLE
(Olca. "70.30. Doran Stallo.)
us a Call.
Ezvrlhni Accommodations for ita Fannin? Public.
EifNorthvest corner of Courthouse square.