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Wilcox Department Store Specials
From November 13th to November 28th we will offer Specials on a great many new and up to date items as
well as some odd and broken lots from last season. On either class of articles you will make substantial savings
5 lb. Package Argo Starch 2JJq
E. G. Corn Flakes, 4 packages.
Tomatoes, standard, large can OC
3 cans for ul
Sauer IJraut, 3 cans for
Empson's Leader or Champion QC
Peas, 3 cans for s.uu
20 Mule Team Borax Soap, 7 OCp
bars for tuu
Lennox Soap, 8 bars for
Santa Claus Soap, 8 bars for 2jg
Childrens Shirts and Drawers, fleece
lined, sizes in this lot are in
broken, special price lub
Boys Ribbed llcece lined shirts and
drawers, all sizes, special HO
price fcUu
Boy's Wright's fleece lined shirts and
drawers, the best fleece lined
goods made, regular 50c QQ
quality, special price UJb
Girls' Union Suits, fine quality cot
ton rlbed, regular 50 to 75c qual
ity, broken sizes, special 9Q-
price uub
Children's wool union suits, san
itary ribbed, all sizes, value 85c
to $1.25, special price yjjg
Children's Wool Vests and Pants,
worth up to 70c, in largo sizes,
all sizes, put together at Op
jr ajjcuiai jjniiu
One lot Ladies Outing Gowns, white
or colored, full size, spe- PQn
cial price 03 b
This will be the best chance you
will have to buy your fall suit. We
are offering up to the minute styles
in the best makes at special prices
that make them cheaper than infer
ior goods.
Lot 1, High Grade Suits, values up
to $35.00, special price (jj-jg Jg
Lot 2, Medium Grade Suits, good
values at $20.00. sue- 0i A A(
cial nrice tiWMU
Lot 3, Good grades of cheaper qual
ity, values $15.00, spe- PQ DO
cial nrice iftOiOO
Lot 4, Last season's Suits, all in
nigh grade garments, selling up
to$35 and $40, special jjjj Jg
Lot 1, Ladies' Wool Dresses, all
wool cloths, special price CJ g
Lot 2, Ladies' Wool Dresses, good
fine cloths, special price jj g
Lot 3, House Dresses made from
good ginghams and percales, light
anu ciarK colors, special 70
f ilb
One lot 26 inch Taffeta Silks, EG-
$1.00 values, special price
une lot Bli inch Fancy Silks QQ0
$1.50 values, special price.. JUb
One lot Fancy Plaid Silk, Waists,
new styles, special price jg
One lot Silk Waists, small size's, not
new In styles, but $3.50 to flnn
$7.50 values, special price ..JUb
Right now is coat time and our
line is larger than ever before.. We
have taken all our cloth coats and
made them into hree lots, offering
you values that will surprise you.
Lot 1, All of oi a high grade cloth
coats worth up to $25 MQ JO
and $30, special price ..ilJiHG
Lot 2, Fine ci,t!i coats including a
great many Wooltex Mj AQ
garments, special price. u) ItiT,U
Let 3, A larg line of 'splendid
cloths made i.p in up to date
styles, weil tailored, dJQ QQ
special price ijlUiuO
Lot 4, Tnit it? a good line of Junior
Styles f..v .;irls 13 to iG & Q0
years old, special price .Pt,iJ0
Lot 5, High Grade Coats, last years'
styles, some worth up to $25.00.
These make good, service-flJQ jQ
garments, special price . .PJi4u
Lot 6, A few old styles, small sizes,
but good warm garments QQn
special price JUb
One lot high grade back lacing cor
sets, values $2.50, $3 and $3.50.
These are all right except the elas
tic in the garters ar,e M QO
weak, special price P I iJU
During this period Miss Whittaker
will make special prices on a great
many items' in Millinery. No mat
ter what price hat you want, see
Miss Whittaker before you buy.
Wo are overstocked on $1.50 qual
ity of mens fine shirts and will of
fer a large assortment at QQ
special price uub
One lot mens fancy shirts, jrQrt
good percales special price . udb
Lot 1. All of our hichest grade
skirts, latest styles, values up to,
$10 and $12.00, special Q7 AO
price , . . tj) f if 0
1 Lot 2, This lot is made up of latest
j style skirts selling up (A fjn
! to $7.00, special price vpHiJU
Lot 3, Ladies' Skirts, cheaper cloths,
i i i i
uhl goou quality spe- qn yjn
cial price iDdiHu
Lot 4, Ladies' all wool serge Skirts,
well made, good styles
special price
Men's Fleece Lined Union
Suits, special price
Men's Heavy Ribbed Cotton Q9
Union Suits, special price ..UUb
One lot men's wool shirts and draw
ers, broken sizes, special "7Qn
price Ub
Men's Woolen Socks, heavy 1Qn
weight, special price lub
Men's Rockford Socks, heavy 7n
weight, special price I b
Mens work shirts, good quality OQn
special price uub
One lot Boy Scout Sweaters, a good
heavy wool sweater, colors QQn
navy and tan, special price. .OUb
Boys wool, blouses,, regular. $1.00
quality, just the thing for 7Q
school wear, special price.. 3 G,
Cotton Blankets, size 70x80 inches,
regular$1.50 quality, spe-M OQ
cial price $ lij
One. lot Grey Woolen Blankets, one
of the best $4.00 blankets we have
ever handled, special
One lot Ladies fine Shoes, fine qual
ity patent leathers and tan, small
sizes, narrow last, special (jgg
One lot Ladies fine Shoes, good'lasts,
but broken sizes, -quite an assort
ment of styles and leathers, all "of
them $3.00, $3.50 and $4 j0 JQ
grades, special price . . .$i0
One lot Growing Girls shoes, both
button and blucher styles, sizes
2 to 5. A good fine shoe made
to sell for $2.50 and $3.00, M QQ
special price tphuO
One lot Boys Patent Leather Shoes,
sizes 9 to 5, regular prices up to
$2.50, special price jjg
One lot Mens Heavy Tan Work
Shoes, a good strong, serviceable
shoe, $3.00 value, special (gO
One lot Mens Elk Outing Shoes, also
a iew neavy black work shoes,
$2.50 values, special 01 QQ
price ..,.$fiUD
One lot Mens Patent Shoes, also a
few Vici Kid, not new lasts, but
shoes worth up to $5.00, in high
grade ines, special price gg
One lot 9x12 Axminster (MC AQ
Rugs, special price lUifU
One lot 9x12 Axminster Rugs, one
of the best known Q17 SQ
makes, special price P 1 1 iHD
One lot 9x12 extra Axminster Rugs,
fine quality, special MQ flft
price I J 40
One lot 9x12 Velvet Rugs, (HQ yjQ
high grade, special priced K tji4G
Ingrain Carpets, your choice of any
piece in our stock, special AQn
price per yard fOb
' DR. 0. II: CRESSLER, .
Graduate Dentist
Office over tho McDonald
State Bank.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Wallnco Qulnn Tuesday, and all con
cerned are doing nicely.
F. E. Bullard returned Tuesday af
, tornoon from Fremont whoro lie- spent
several days on business.
For Sale Hard coal stovo, good as
now, for quick Bale, $15. G13 east Gth
street, Phono Ulc U70. 1 88-3
Mr. and Mrs. Will Frlond, who arc
spending their honeymoon In Aveatorn
titles, will return Monday.
Mrs. Collins, who vlBlted last week
atho homo of Mr. and Mrs. It. Cockle,
has returned to Kansas City.
Tho Catholic ladles will bo ontor
talned at tho homo of Mrs. Edward
ItobhauBon Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Hazel Lowls, of Calloway, who
visited with hor fathor F. II. Lewis
Inst week, loft Tuesday ovenlng.
Tako your cholco of any Fall Suit
In tho storo formerly sold up to $22.50
for ?10 nt BLOCK'S.
Itoy Cochran hns returned from Om
aha whero ho attended tho Myntic
Slirino convocation tho past week.
Mrs. C. F.. Bristol has returned to
Gothenburg utter visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Horhort Bristol for ton dayH.
Mrs. Edward Putoft, of Sldnoy, re
turned homo a fow days ago after a
visit with hor slater Mrs. Elmer Coutos.
Mrs. Chris Schick, of Curtis, has
gono homo, after visiting hor purontB
Mr. and Mrs. John Lincoln for a
Mrs. Jnmos Konnody Is expected
homo tomorrow, from Willow iBlund,
whoro sho visited tho homo folks, tor a
Mrs. Deo Rnnoywus called horo
from Wallaco'Tjmsdny by tho death of
her sistor, thoThato Mrs. Harold
Wright. "
Miss Emma Schour, who apons sov
eral months in Illinois, has returned
and will xesumo hor duties In a local
Mrs. Matt Walsh and chlldron loft
Wednesday morning for Omaha to
spend a wook or morp with hor sistor
Mrs. Philip Font. 4m
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Johnston and
daughtor Gladys loft Tuosday ovonlng
for Omaha and other enstorn points
to visit rolatlvcs for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ehmon, of Rock
Isaind, who visited tholr nloco Mrs.
CharloB McNeil for sovoral woeks,
loft for homo Tuesday afternoon.
W. C. Woodrlng, resident snlosman
for tho Cudahy Packing Co.t rosuincd
work this wcok nftor bolng off duty
for a week on account of illnoss.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell aro en
Joying aIslt from tho former's fath
or, A;' F. Mitchell, of Council Bluffs,
who Is enrouto to Brush, Colorado.
Paul Nolan wont lo Omaha Tuesday
evening to visit friends for sovoral
VIncont Roddy left yesterday morn
Iiik for York to attend tho foot ball
.Mrs. Frank Lnughlln went to North
port Wednesday morning-to spend a
few days.
All our highest priced Bulls former
ly sold from $30 to $40 now going at
C. P. Ilahn, of Lincoln, who is visit
ing itls daughter hero; spent Wednes
day in Bridgeport.
Mrs. Lorn Bailey was called to Co-
zad Tuesday afternoon by tho serious
illness of hor fathor.
Jay Smith left Tuesday evening for
Omaha to spend tho remainder of tho
week with relatives.
Miss Sarah Monlclp left o. fowx days
ago for Denver to ripond Thnnksaiv
Ing with tho homo folks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Boyd and ch'll
dron went to Grand Island to spend
Thanksgiving with relatives.
Mrs. Hugh C. Carroll has returned
to Gothenburg nftor visiting for sev
eral dayB with local friends.
Mr. and Mtb. W. D. Craig, living on
wost Eighth, mourn tho death of an
Jnfant son born Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Johu Sokle, of Han
over, Kansas, enmo Tuesday uftornoon
to visit their cousin Ashley Peters.
Will Norrls, a studont nt tho state
university, camo homo Wednesday
morning for tho Thanksgiving holiday.
William Owens and family loft Wed
nesday ovenlng for Dos Molnos, Iowa,
to spend Thanksgiving with rolntlvos.
fMlss Iza Murphy, who has boon con
fined to tho houso slnco last August
by Illness, was ablo to bo out Wednes
day. Mis. Turloy, of Council Bluffs, camo
tho llrst of this wook to visit her
daughter Mrs. Asa Snow for several
Julius Plzor has rotumod from Om
aha and Grand Islnnd whoro ho Bpont
a wook on business and visiting hla
Tho B. of L. Ft & E. aro making .ar
rangements for tholr annual ball which
will bo hold at tho Lloyd opera houso
December 31st.
Tho recordB at tho water plant show
that 228,000 gallons of wator was sont
through tho four lines of hoso during
tho recent depot flro.
Morodo Union Suits In wool or cot
ton, high or low nock, long or short
bIcovob, or slcoveless; GOc up at
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Payno and fami
ly Bpont Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. Goorgo Payno who Hvo fifteen
miles northwest of town.
Mrs. J. E. Toolo, of Kearney, who
had boon visiting hor daughtor Mrs.
Harry Boylo Jor a wook, returned to
her homo Wednosday morning.
Miss Hazel Whlstlor, ono of tho lo
cal tcachors, wont to Hastings Wed
nesday ovonlng to spend tho remain
der of tho week with homo folks.
Mrs. John Rulck and daughtor, of
Columbus, who spont sovorai monthB
with hor mothor Mrs. Louis Roggo,
loft Wednesday morning for Donvor.
Mrs. Eber Murnhv vlRftoil tho Ai.nr.
quetto family in Hershey this wcok.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood White loft Wed
nesday ovenlng for Grand Island to
visit tho lattcr's parents Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Ilninllne.
Mrs. C. W. Drew and chilJ.-en, of
Omaha, camo yesterday morning' and
will visit hor parents Mr. and Mrs.
Victor VonGoetz.
W. G. Craridall, of Kearney, who
visited his daughter Miss Bess Cran
dall In this city this week, left Wed
nesday "morning.
Local relatives have received word
that Mrs. Ray Langford, who recently
loft for Corning, Iown, has been very
in emco ner arrival there.
Mrs. D. E. Morrill returned the first
of tills week from Fremont whoro sho
visited her daughter who. Is attend
ing u ousincBS bcuooi mere.
Tho literary department of tho
Twentieth Century club -will meet next
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J. H.
Hegarty, west Third street.
Mrs. G. G. Richards and Mrs. Jos.
McCarty, of Stromsburg, camo tho first
of this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. II. L.
Pennington for two weeks.
W. T. Banks, Roy Bankd, F. R. El
liott nnd tholr fnmlllos woro Thanks
giving visitors nt tho homo of tho for
mer's daughter Mrs. Norman Edwards,
In Brady.
Oh! You Melon! Soo our now melon
shnpo muffs. We've got them In any
kind of fur or plush to match your
coats, and to suit your purso.
Floyd Edwards was fined $25 and
costs In Justice Mlltonberger's court
Wednesday morning for nssaultlng
Porcy Loudon. The assault was un
provoked. Edwards will lay out the
nno in jail.
Fred Frodorlckson, W. H. Blalock,
Fred Thompson, Henry Hansen nnd
sscott MeCrono roturned Wednesday
morning from Omaha whoro they spont
a week at tho ceremonial sosslon of
tho Shriuors.
James Mlnshall, formerly of this
city, who has resided with his son at
Broadwater for somo time, siwnt this
wook with his nophow Win. Hubbard,
nnd will loavo Bhortly for California
to hpend tho winter.
Our wool nnd cotton blankets far
hotter, also chcapor, than ever ho
foro. Do not fall to sco them bofaro
buying. Thoy aro sure to pleaso you.
Tho Prosbytorlan ladles will hold
tholr annual fair and supper in tho
church bnBomont Thursday, Decombor
2nd. Booths will bo oponed at 3 and
suppor sorved beginning nt 5:30. Fol
lowing Is tho menu: Stowed chicken,
hot biscuits, cold boiled ham, mashed
potatoes and gravy, baked beans, enb
bago salad, bread, buttor nnd Jolly,
plcklos, cake, tea and coftco. Prlco
30 cents.
Thoro Is a goodly varloty of over
coats to bo worn this Bonson hut thoro
Is only ono that Is oxtra-styllah, nnd
It's extra full. Edw. Burko's Clothos
Shop Invites you to coma In and in
spect his production of n coat of this
charnctor especially doBlgnod for tho
high-class customers of tho Kahn
Tailoring Company tho country orvor,
also n display of tho soft shaggy fab
rics particularly adapted to this class
of wear. Adv.
IK'iifh of Mrs. Harold Wright
t Mrs. Harold Wright died at eleven
o'clock Tuesday morning at her home
on east Ninth street.
For a number of years she had been
. affected with leakage of the heart and
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wuB suujuui io iruiiuuiii upuua 'Ji in
tense pain and suffering, all of which
she bore with wonderful patience. The
services of a number of physicuns
and tho care of trained nurses were
added to thd ministrations of lov'ng
relatives and a devoted husband.
Several times durliig the past year
her condition became alarming and
on Thursday of last week when the
attack came, her weakened condition
could not withstand tho strain that
the system was called upon to bear,
and surrounded by thoso who wre
near and dear to her sho passed away.
Mrs. Wright was formerly Miss Bcs
slo Bundy, the second daughter of
Mr. 'and Mrs. Greeley Bundy, nnd
was born in this city on October 11th,
Previous to her marrlago to Harold
Wright on December 2Gth, 1913, she
wns a faithful employo of this office,
a conscientious worker and amlablo
companion. Her sunny disposition
and thoughtfulness of others endeared
her to a large circle of friends who
aro grooved to learn of hor early
death. She was a member of the
Epicopal choir, former Girls' Friend
ly Society and Ladles Auxiliary of the
B. of R. T.
To mourn hor are left hor husband,
nor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grelev
Bundy, three sisters, Mrs. Dee Raaoy,
of Wallace, Mrs. Allen Waugh and
Elaine of this city, two half brothers
uoorgo Huy.es, who resides hero and
Lowls Hayes of Green River. Wvo.,
Tho funeral services wero held at
tho Church of Our Saviour yesterday
afternoon at half past three and tho
neating capacity was taxed by the
number of sorrowing friends who -at
tended tho service Tho Assembly
ciun anu u. or L. F. & E. occupied
placos which wero reserved for them.
Mrs. Harry Cramor sang "Face to
Faco" and Dean Bowker gave n consol
ing sermon. Hymns wero sung by
tho choir. Many beautiful- llowors
covered tho casket. Pall bearers wero
Mosdamos P.' A. Norrls, E. M. Smith,
Hnrry AVlUIams, Misses Maud Owens,
Mlnnlo Lowo and Margaret Cralgle.
Aulonldes Expands Business.
D. J. Antonldes, tho North Locust
streot hnrdwaro and Implement
dealer, finds his business growing to
such nn extent that moro room Is a
necessity. Ho has thoreforo leased
tho now building which Mr. Ilnnsen is
completing on tho lot south of tho
Antonldes storo, nnd will use both
rooms. This gives him 44x80 feet
floor spaco, and provides an oppor
tunity to lncrcnso an, well ns bettor
display his stock. ,Tho now room will
bo ready for,occupancy In nbout thirty
Thoro aro soventeen Anns or Indi
viduals engnged In -business on tho
north sldo nnd tholr volumo of trade is
constantly Increasing.
To 3ry Customers
Tho burning of my barn places me
in a condition where I badly need all
monoy duo mo, and I trust that thoao
Indobted to mo will fully reallzo ray
unfortunato position and promptly pay
tho amount duo. In tho past I havo
favored you by giving you credit; will
you not now favor mo by paying mo
promptly 'ho money you owo me.
After figuring out all oxpenses one
of our influential farmers says he made
$32 per aero on his beets, and he had
in over a hundred acres. What other
crop will produce this amount of mon
ey, when you have an occasional hail
storm and late spring, such as we
had this year, in this territory? Her
shey Times.
Harry Cramer, who has been sta
tioned at Grover, Wyo., for several
weeks, came homo yesterday to visit
his family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Plummer and
daughter Alice, of Maxwell, wero the
guests of Arthur Plummer and mother
thi3 week.
We pre in a position to furnish competent nurses for physicians, on
short notice.
Call hone 82 nnd state whether you want graduute or domestic nurse
and w will complete all the arrangements for you without charge.
lysro getting shorter now. More n iitl!
ro you must depend on electricity. Put in Mf lM'lhLjmf I
eso economical lumps that give you three PPWC!iF TP. I
jim us much light without increased cosl. RfcSKw
Mailt in V. S, A. antl Vacktd lv Mazda Service WjVMW
mmre the lipht of KDISOM MAZDA with your old IWP 'Jiir
rimi liiiim'y UgM. Try this tonight In your own 1 .igS&Jfflpg Mf.
mo light llrnt ono nnd then tho other: Note the H H iPS Hf-L ,
r .llircrem-o in QUALITY ns well as in QUANTITY Ml i ! ' '
llitlit. Tut them In every ookct. They ore made W tilt WffiEiPSfSiS
sizes for evtry lightltiB need. j
North Platte Light & Power Co.
C. R. MOREY, Mgr.

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