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We will discontine our store here and commencing
Saturday Morning. Feb. 15th
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j wjll offer our entire stock at prices to close out everything. MVe will make suchradical reductions that
we hope will he cleared up by March 1 Oth.
We Have Two Hundred and Ninety-Five Men's Suits!
All clean and up-to-to-date styles including a large shipment of our 1913 spring purchases that formerly sold from d Q sn f 1 O ff
$15.00 to $30.00. We xom offer them now at - - - - - ---- J0.l( tO fplO.UU
We are Carrying 122 Men's
A)) bought, for the i912 fa)) business.
Formerly sold from $12 to $25 to. close
$7.50 to $15
A Large Stock-
Of Men's Odd Trousers (just bought) will
be reduced from
33 to 50 Per Cent.
We have a Splendid Line
of Suit Cases and Trave)ing Bags, a)) high
grade. W7?7 quote price at , .;
Less than Factory Cost.
of the we)) known brands of Wi)son Bros,
and Geo. P. Ide wi)) be offered at
85c for $1.50 Grade. 65c for $1,00.
All 5oc Neckwear for 35c
or 3 for $1.00.
A few Bath Robes and House Coats.
At Ha)f Price.
Every thing in Gloves
We carry the Creat Western Union Made
Work Gloves, Perrins imported and H. ? P.
A fu)) Line of Famous
Will be included at "Money Saving Price
Sleeping Garments of All
Kinds, Staple and Fancy
Cuffs, Links, Scarf Pins,
And many other Items at practically your
own price. See. Hand Bills, for Itemized
WE ARE CLOSING OUT.
North Platte, Nebraska
Everything for Men.
P II 0 f J E 4 OR 8
Your Drugs. Ordora Do
Local and Personal
Art Yat& of Sutherland, spent Wed
tj&fcdty In town on businoss.
t'Atjort EJjirbin hnH returned from n
jfliort businoss visit In Lincoln.
?rtlnty designs nro shown in tho
rjing Muslin Underwear nt tho
Tjrarhp Dry Goods.
Miss Viola Chamborlnin haa returned
from, Oahkosh wheru alio viaitod with
Th'o Eastern Star held nn onjoynblo
ltcnsington in tho Masonic hall Wednes
Lbuis Tobm returned a few days nco
from a business visit in Omaha and
other eastern, points,
lj and flfrs. Jonnlngs, ' of Suther
land) havo returned homo after spend
ing govoral doys in town.
'JLj, and Mrs. I. A. Gilbort nro enjoy
ijijg a visit from the Inttor'a mother
i$B Rosencrnns of Cozad.
'ftow is tho timo to buy your supply
of Muslin underwear. Dont forgot tho
dale, E. T. Tramp & Son
Tho Ladies aid socioty of tho Christian
churph will give a supper at the Masonic
hall on Thursday, February 20th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Amnions, of New
ton, la., are visiting with Mr. and Mrs
J. F, Clabaugh this week.
Mrs. Fred Millar and daughter, of
Fremont, arrived here tho first of this
week to visit her mother Mrs. Dick Cox.
' UBupting, who had been in Hot
Springs, S. D., for somo timo taking
medical (treatment, has returned here.
'Wilcoxson'B Employment Agonoy fur
niihos all kinds of help free, 'phono 1)6,
Ofilco hours 9 a. m to 4 p. m. 100-
Mrs. Arrowsmith, of Ogalalla, who
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. F.
Clough this week, returned homo Wed
Mrs. Charles Torrell, of Pmahn, who
has been tho guest of her parents Mr.
aud Mrs. James Rannie for several
weeks, will leave tomorrow for Fre
George P. Smith sold half of his in
terest in- the north side meat markot
this week to II, J. Gaunt, who is fami
liar with this lino of work, having for
merly engaged In this businosi.
f ?5iri. G. Fuller, of Boiso, Idaho, who
formerly lived horo, will arrive today
to visit , frienda while enrouto homo
from a visit in Iowa cities.
"Tho latest netvelties in wnshablo
dress goods in all shades, with trim
mings to match, just arrived at the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bobout and
d ugh tor Mrs. Knin, of Wallnce, who
camovor to attend tho Young-Hason-yager
wedding, loftyosterduy morning.
Mrs. Kittroll, of Denver, is expected
horo in n few days to visit Mrs. James
Mrs. Warnock, of Kimball, who was
tho guest of hor mother Mrs. Harris,
has roturned homo.
New qpring goods aro arriving daily,
prepare 1'ov tljo oarly Easter. E. T.
Tramp lifSfiU.' .
Will Launin left Tuesday ovoning for
OmaiiaUxtranaact businoss for a few
Albortwy: Schutz left the fore part of
this wetdeffor Omaha to spend several
days on bushings.
.Fred Fillion returned Wednesday
from Sutherlin, Ore., where he yisited
for a month with friends.
Lndies' Tailored Sliirt-wnists, now
shown at the Louder.
Mr. and Mrs. Chamborlnin, of Madrid,
arrived horo Wodnesday to attond tho
Martin MeDormott, of Somorsst, and
John McMichoal, of Wollfloot, trans
acted business in town wils week,
lesfrs.JPartridge. off Mindon, who
viflitedith&r TnieccBlr4 1. A. Gilbert
tlila w'(iol,' (oft yesterday morning.
I(f y'ourvidlb moffoy.js not earning'
Boven to eight per cq'at semi-annual in
tercut in best, safest'first mortgage
loans, see Bratt & Goodman.
Mr. Wid'lMrs. Kqlph Wolborn, of
California, who hro guests of local rel
atives, wont to i'axton Wodnesday to
spnd a few days with frionds.
Tho state appropriations for the
Junior normals liavo been recommended
by the committee of finance, ways and
means for $17,500.
Tho now shades of spring silk and
wool dress goods, with trimmings to
match, will bo found at tha Leader.
Tho funeral of tho late Hugh Branson
was hold Wednesday' afternoon from
tho rosidonco and burial "made in the
North riattb cemetery. A largo num
ber of friopds of the deceased attended
tho services. ' ,
1913 spring models Indies and misses'
coats, sizes from42 to 40, 'now on ex
hibition at the Loader.
G. R. Baldwin; formerly director of
school district Nb. 100 near Sutherland,
tins resigned and J. C. Moore has been
appointed in his place. The death of
the lato Hugh Branson makes another
vacancy in this uistrct;
Tho casos of Co.unsolman against
Samuels, and Dringman against John
Keith over land dispute which were
tried two years ago m the district court,
have beottjiimrroCapy the supreme
Inspect1- otir now spring coats and
suits. Tho Princes garments. That
means saUsfactiom E. T. Tramp & Son.
Miss Josephine Nystrom, of Hershey,
visited in town Wednesday while en
route to Omaha where she goes to at
tend the funeral of Miss Emelia Holm
berg, a trained nurse, who was well
known to many of tho local people.
No doubt you want the best and
cheapest fire and tornado Insurnnco.
Bratt & Goodman write it. Also no
young or middle aged man can afford
to bo without n policy in tho great
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New
York. A batter, cheaper and more-on-tho-side-of
insured policy is not written,
Bratt & Goodman, District agents.
C. A. Veir and S. C. Mecombor havo
been in Lincoln this week looking after
legislation which oirects railroad em
ployes. Charles Lierk left Tuesday evening
for Omahn and Fremont to visit rela
tives for u week or longer and transact
The branch train camo in Monday
night with forty londs. On account of
tho great amount of switching entailed,
tho train did not reach here until ten
o'clock at night.
A special train of Union und Southern
Pacific officials will pass west tomorrow
or Sunday. They are on a trip of inspec
tion prepartory to tho transfer of the
Southern Pacific to the Union Pacific.
Engineer J. I. Smith has been elected
to an office, not a politcal One, however;
tho position is that of director of the
Suburban irrigation district, in which
district ho owns two farms. Jake did
not seek tho office, it was thrust upon
Twelvo cars of cattle formed a stock
special which camo down tho branoh
Wednesday. The cattle were loaded at
Gering and in order to get the shipmont
away from the Burlington itwns neces
sary to make up tho special and "hike."
Thomas Gilmartln left Wednosday
evening for Omaha and othor onstern
points to visit relatives for a couple of
weeks. During his nbsenco Frank
Johnson will bo night agent at the
American express office.
During this session of tho legislature
105 railroad bills havo been introduced.
Some of these have merit, but a great
majority aro practically useless in view
of the fact that these matters can bo
taken caro of by tho state railroad com
mission and the inter-state commission.
Tho vote of tho firemen on tho roads
east of Chicago, which closed last week,
was overwhelmingly in favor of a
strike if the roads do not accede to the
demands. The question involved is
largely one of wages, tho firemen now
receiving from $2.50 to $3.25 per day.
Tho Chicago Record-Herald of Tues
day contained a notice of the death of
Robert Law at Los Angeles, Death
followed an operation for appendicitis.
"Bob" Law was woll known to tho
older citizens of North Platte. For a
number of years he was a rosulent of
this city, stationed hero as division
superintendent of tho Union Pacific.
While hero ho married onoof tho Dowd
girls and built the houso on Third street
now owned and occupied by F. E.
Elliott. Later he was transferred to
Omaha as superintendent of the Ne
braska division. Suveral years ago ho
went to Buffalo, N. Y., as superinten
dent of tho Delaware & Lackawanna
road, and later nccepted a position with
tho Burlington. He wassixty-ono years
OUb Malcomb Roseburg, of Sioux
City, was arrested tho first of this
wook for posing as a mute and obtain
ing money by begging. Among those
who contributed was officer Trout, who
lator heard tho fellow in an argument
with some associates in the dopot. The
caso was tried beforo Justice Sullivan
who gave him a jailscntanco of twenty
daya with a bread and water diet every
ft-zs. ran? "Ho Wff "H fa n V
Monday, Tuesday, Wed
February 17, 18 and 19th
Be sure and take advantage of this opportunity of
securing- your spring and summer supply of Muslin under
wear at prices that will be an inducement to buv. It would
be impossible, to describe the beautiful combinations of laces
and embroideries made up into these garments . Sterling
Muslin underwear is simplicity in its self white dainty in
every respect yet very durable. The newest ideas and
designs a re shown in these garments. Everything shown
during this Muslin Underwear Sale is absolutely new
goods. Not one garment carried over from previous
Ladies Petticoats beautifully
trimmed with lace embroid
eries, also the plain more
substantial petticoats from
50c to $1.85.
Ladies' Gowns long sleeve
and chemise gowns, made up
in fin,e cambric nansook and
crepe plisse Daintily trimmed
with laces and embroideries.
All these go at a reduction.
68c to $1.85
Corset Cover Combination
suits, one. of the most practical
garments of the day, just the
thing for dress occasions, lace
and embroidery . trimmed.
Do not fail to see them
67c to $2.00
Princess Slips your ward
robe is not complete without
them, beautiful combinations
of laces and embroideries.
also show you a
line of the messa-
all the wanted
90c to $5.00.
Ladies Drawers, the plain
hemstitched garment, also
the fancy dainty ones,
23c to 50 Cents
Ladies corset covers dainty
designss made up in the best
' 23 to 65 Cents
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