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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 8 April 1898

S 1 ' " Cinderrfta fairy god-raoth-er, with one touch of her I niajric Tvand, thTSSs anu laxiers into the richest silks and sat ins. Thrm -i to-day who! need a fairv god - mother who -will touch them -with the wand of health. A girl's best Bift is hex health. Every girl may be a healthy gir! and become a X. t AT and a capable mother, if she will but take SaVPr-Care,fT?hetS?lf in a taanly SStJ?1- 5' ivorite Prescription is medicine for ailing womenf young ld J-4 stonBthena and invigorates thl SSf?S Sttlv feminine. It promotes reguhmty of their functions. It allays ir flaaticm. It checki un natural and exhausting drains. It puts the whole organism concerned in wifehood and motherhood into perfect condition. Almost all of the ills of womankind are SE?le SOm-e form of what is known as female complaint" Troubles of this kind unfit a woman for wifehood and mother hood. Thousands of grateful women have fr,Je-ered he?lthr d haPPy ty the use of this marvelous medicine. At their o7 JUfSh,the ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 8 April 1898

- v. i' " .... 4 V is? it, IL ANNIE C. KRAMPH, Cur Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1898. Mrs. T. J. Foley arrived on No. 1 Thursday, and will spend some time visiting friends. The Junior Epworth League contributed $9.65 to the Christian Herald Cuban reliet fund. The Independent Era plant will be moved to the second story of the Win. McDonald building. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McEvoy are mourning" the death of their little son born to them last "Wednesday. C. R. Rankin, of Orleans, Ind., is visiting" his sister Mrs. J. B." Je- ter and may decide to locate here permanently. A great variety of beautiful Easter novelties at Clinton's. To-day being" Good Friday ser vices appropriate to the day are be ing held in the Lutheran, Episco pal and Roman Catholic churches. The millinery openings this year are unusually large and there seems to be no reason why the most iastidious lady can't find a bonnet to suit her taste. The street sprinkler made its appearance yesterday afternoon. It was a welcome relief ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 April 1898

4sj V Vi. t if! C ftJi 11) tsar:- V ' at ; SSSSi MBEiSKA, ffflES BAY : EYENING, , APRIL 42; 1898. 0. at?'; ;.w . " tr.Ts v ai - EE aba?aauBaVa1aai!Ba1BBV dia. aaBkf&aV1.. jai a. jL.Asa ; , already Of tllem tlat WP. ..get as much value qrioed into them for the price asthis store; For $1-00 & . "the painve haye "an excellent house slip- per, fine kid, turn soles- and common sense style. For $125 we are selling a veryiiice strap sljpper, with how and hJf buckle, suitahle for house or party wear. -0- Jior'the same price we .can sell you your . choice of three styles of "black Kid Ox ' fords narrow f .r mpn sense-toes. Ati.ou a pair our mere - are too many of them to tell about this time. "We'll be very glad to show you- Yellow fo $ $ ii &!$ ill li $ $ $ 3C JSC Spepial ,Dress Goocis Silk Sale:;; '' AT THE BOSTpN STORE. For the next fifteen days we offer the big- gest values in Dress Goods and Silks , ever fi known before. , 50-cent Novelty'&oods'at 32 cents per-yd. jj 75-...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 April 1898

3 1 -.. 030m ttMlAt&a? a WjRLl12. 1896. TUESDAY In Madrid atlhe presenttic igold coraraandsabremiusi of forty- two per cent. Tim is evidence or Spain's destitute condition. t- The man who invests 5L25 year's subscription to Tks bune abdls not satisfied with investment, does not know a thing when he. sees it. ". in a Txi- his rood r SoWiers at XatxBsag, Co.' weeklr: rmkir of JEEE AT THE JLMEEIOAH'St Satber fc-y the Severe tfee Ceanlata ' gaaaliea. Three murders were committed Denver Saturday within a- per--of seventeen hours. Denver ?JTkas -always been noted . for enter :prise, even in the matter of crimes. f.THE gamblers in prth. Platte vJSwill be without vocation after May 0 JeL They might as well employ the time between now and theninlook- &iiw uo a new location. M - - i. A New York life insurance- com pany has offered to lend the govern-. gjiient, in case of war,, ten million iallars on its own terms. This 'is evjdence that there is at least oa fS5rpbration that is not s'...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 April 1898

p.; . . 7 w:i-5t , -'4-" 3f . S - S -. . -r - T V - mm mm. -,i - - t "9:- i- f fa" to 'Emphasizes. Seed of Stop- Seoommesdations made fee Satire Qaestisa at Xnb Over t.Cevgress :Fr XlBal Solsties Ob eees CoBqHMt or XeeegaHtea. BmIi Wltb XalBe Oatrare. 1 JRKITTSRE, April 9 j A sesoial to We WW from WasMntrfeoa savs : The IpfcatiTtfegs o seaiagthe, jK-eaident hss oeea accorded to boljrfow outside toe cabinet leadiag ike national cov&rnmnt aad jfcfcct significant that each of these 'r. shi jaow expresses his personal MM skat war is inevitable. Having -twMm waat tae president "will oommuni to Aeegress, they -declare that ao rasaltis possible. The openise Pjwt of the message is devoted to a , terse wpw t the wliole Cnbn insnrrec Ifc k shown that it directly con- 1 - VT- 1 n . . 1 pcupio oj. me. uouea states. TOw prwidont then reoites apeoiflc acts, mnwistg the origin and spread of an "tj jh the. island. He refers in de tail to the devastation of fertile planta cam. ie point3 out the ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 April 1898

ANNIE. C. KRAHPH, Orrr Editor. TUESDAY, APKIL 12, 1896. Manager Lloyd has booked the Spooner Dramatic ' Coaipany Hot? Apfitf&ttu , Rennie's store.buildiag is being thoroughly renovated and -will be occupied 1y him in the. near future. A young' fireman came to make bis home with Jas. P. Roddy Sat urday night. .Jim's happiness -is so suoreme" that war "and rumors 1 - of war dont botber him a particle.; -CapL H. C J3varis,of Co.B. has issued 'a call for '20 -volunteers.; TJie intention Is to enlist enough nienv -to briar "the-number in the company up to to, tne tun numoer. allowed by the governor. E?M. Day, a "former resident of thisdty, but now living at Hew 'Whatcom, Wash., has- been, ap pointed paymaster general on Gov ernor Rodgers' staff. The'positioa gives him the Tank of colonel., Bay ycur eggs at Ti "Wileex !- jartaaent Store 7 cents a doaea. 3Ctie secretary of the Boafdotr Education has already received about , twenty school applications. With only one exception every one ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 15 April 1898

ribme. 4. .4 7 i s- VOL. Iff. NORTH PLATTE, KBRASMhFA EVENING APRIL ' 15, 1898. NO. 31, S abttt .0tin prnte jfptt wetu ... 7 TT '-- t . -fTtttt-C -f T r.m,mi,W..,,nTk Flag of Castile willfeM 9 XAXTCKX. $ LADIES' OXFORDS AND SLIPPERS, Plans of Army and Navy Chiefs of the United States for thf jiojed. Invasion of Spanish Colonies Nearly Complete Sussel Fowles is working on his ditck that raaa south of town. A umber of men and teams are em- CHfCA'GO CHAPERONS. Tostha m to I BLACK AND COLORS. 2 We've already shown and sold a great ;2K many Ladies7 Oxfords and Slippers. We ought to sell them. No other store has Regulars and Assist in the Taking of Cuba. .07 (? .Messrs. Beatty and Murphy of Brady, brought three cars of tat cattle, here last week. A. W. Plum Forty Thousand National Guardsmen will Accompany the went east with them Monday. ?Mrs. Merrick, of Newark, who has been visiting her daughter. lVfr. Stores, rpftwaed to her home TTT ft at a - . J3 'A k m I wasuington, pru J4 xne strate...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 15 April 1898

ll VI - t;; ----- - , - JLRA L B AjRB, Bditok axd Pcrjero 8U&SOKIPTIOX BATSe. One Tear, case ia advaaee, 9UK SlxMsstbs, eoebia a4vaaee ...W'Oaatr Entered att&9K9rthElatte(KeferMta)pntppi!M 9 QOOfiKd&fifi "FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1896. Governor Holcomb has issued his proclamation designating" April 22d"as Arbor Day. He says It should be a pleasure as well as a - duty tor citizens to take part in a" general effort to beautify and make' 'more valuable our homes, amd irf r this we guess Silas is right The president of the New York Jjoardrof trade has figured that the "CPmif" insurrection during the past 1 1'jiSLve?irs has cost this country n effiyisO. 000. 000. This figuring : is probably correct, and is another treason why the United States should promptly put a stop to the insurrection by establishing Cuban independence. Gexerat, Miles is vary to m obi U e k t een tegimentitlm . - .. - . 'srxi ;arir amr at tjnauaca,wers tiittyvMMtkl be Mtr at Ttmmi. a .case Qhmu TJe i , j, f oTe...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 15 April 1898

I r "Wtlttrt gseaC. aeal these days af JSLal atte coBeerxiatr tie "wires and aaeti ers -who lasted, at Plvaelk Xsct cokiy which. destmett to such a large ynt in oexldstary. Cwli mini Terete from grrmnntw tkat Jae "wnqM sat adrisc y oae to comc here WOWeieeCCOG- tejittospesetiek" tiK, lahuuv aad. amrB fee the benefit of these who stall HK CURLING ! AMERICA. STUDENT OF SHAKESPEARE, The &r psaee e eatiiag 1tfa wer searta is au parte at tie couatiy -wise tiers is hea vy ice aad when iaeraare Scatea laeatateackaae pm e tteir AhmstI-esavaeigiiars- TWe ae afcest S earl s' elate i :ti UaatedJSa aad ess Gaod Ifatioaal Carliag cib e Aseer iea ias a HaembaiJMjt afniauj handkudi ail parts af tie aerta asd siw, ae sail tie game Kspokaavaf: ae"Swt- iaad's ais gasae." The gae is always played em fee earered lakes or rivers, essentia. .Eag laed, where it is freqaeatiy played aa aer glass roofs fey s wiase wiite ff2r;aelycaa-i "" "o1 aeeosa- teatiHR- thoH- sosa geaerai iact of iicotck style She ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 15 April 1898

. . j - - i 1 , . ' j j .i T mwmmmwmmmmmmmmmmwmtmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmAmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmwmmtmmmmm II " j p : i " : j " ' ii " , , f-. M . - - - ANNIE C. KRAMPH, City Editor. FjRIDAY, APRIL 15.- 1898. Publisher's Xotice. Hereafter The Tribune will charge two cents per line for all notices of church suppers, fairs and entertainments, except that the first announcement, if brief, will be published as a matter of news free of charge. This rate is less than half our usual charges, and is certainly sufficiently reason able to meet the approval of all. Cards of thanks will be charged the regular rates five cents per line. Guy Laing" Has Sccovered. At ten oclock this forenoon Mrs. Guv A, Ileitis received the follow ing telegram: "Just recovered from attack of nervous prostration, "caused Ty the medicine. Write particulars to day. Guy A. Laing. The intelligence conveyed in the; above telegram is a great relief to tue lamiiy and Mr. Laing s many friends. To Postoffice Patrons. On Satu...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 19 April 1898

NORTH PLATTE, JSEBRASKiiTUKDM EYMfflG, APE1L 19, 1898. NO. 32. Y 1 ffiM $ $ $ w - iwo Dollars Women's Shoes. iMpsfc any store that sells women's shoes will sell you a pair for two dollars, and tell you that.ijpetter ones could be bought for the price,' That is a peculiarity that v dealers have , when showing their own goods. Strange, isn't it? We have tnat same peculiarity, but our statements are founded onjarge experience and careful . comparisons--ere is no force-of-habit or guessing about it. If you are looking ; ' for Women's $2.00 Shoes, look at ours. They are tans and blacks, up-to-date styles, good fitters, long wearers. Euy a J? pair, test them, then you can tell where to get the most satisfactory $2.00 shoesafter- -5 J ward. t 4? I Yellow Front Shoe Store? f j: GEO. M. GRAHAM, Mgr. i$i $i $ ii p $ $ 1$ $ t ' $ $ t t '$ $ t $ t t t t 'I' 4& ? ' 1V I Closing Out Clothing $ AT 'LESS THAN MAN ilTPRICES. OURLOSS I have decided to go but of the clothing business, needing the ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 19 April 1898

r- - . i ii . f 1RAL BAKE, Editok axd Pkopxikto - SUBSCRIPTION RAIB8. One Year, cash in advance, (l.JB SirMoatas, cash la advance 75 Oats' Entered at the North Platte (Nebraska) pesteftee m econd-r.laraRttr TUESDAY. APRIL 19, 1898. Governor Silas states in a letter that he is not a candidate for re nomination and re-election but does, not state that he will not accept the nomination if it is tendered him. There is no ques tion, however, but that Silas 'will auietlv erect his lightning1 rod when the proper time comes. increase of $246,000,000 in the 21 months vention of the terially con- since the Chicago aeciarea mat tne money country could not ma increase without the free coinage of silver, a development vhich will be quite embarrassing to the people who are exoectincr to burnish up their .campaign argu ments of!896 for use in 1898. A steady increase of the money in circulation at the rate of nearly fF12.000.000 per month has a some what depressing effect upon the silver arguments ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 19 April 1898

m . sraeft upoi Wiies a Vole GnUIs to Be Kkea Ii Senate. 0uXLOMS PTpOE CUBA. S7 riee. loyalty e the SostU-DaH-; eJr'SeeBe la the He we Bailey TOasswgtox. April J5. Despite the iowariBsaioiids, -which Ikreateaed to poar oat-thsir suspended torrents at ay mdwant, the senate galleries were tkroBged this morning when the -Tic, -pteeideaFs gaxd. fell, precisoly at 10 o'clock. Indications before the senate convened were that the debate -wroald be prolonged far into the night, as it "was the intention of Chairman- Davis to eadeavor-to force' a obntinnons session n til the, pending resolutions were dis poedof. When'the senate adjourned last night, the vice president had before hira a Jiet, of. 5 senators who had ex pressed their intention to address the senate nponthemcmentosqaestionbe fore ifc "Whether all. of them will avail themselves of the opportunity to talk is somewh t problematical, as a doeenor more "have announced that they will not stand in the way of an early vote. At the sugges...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 19 April 1898

Q'l 1 ANNIE C. KRAMPH, Citt Editor. TUESDAY, APRIL 19. 1898. Sumr SckooL A summer school for teachers and prospective teachers will be held under the direction ot the county superintendent. Tuition, $5 for a term of five weeks, commenc ing July 11, 1898. CasMon Sale. .- The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid So ciety will hold a cushion sale on Thursday, April 2lst, from 2 to 7:30 o'clock.at the residence of Mrs. C. F. Iddmgs. Tuey will also serve ice cream and cake. The public is cordially invited to attend. Post-So Bills. olacards are to be posted in . the Dbstbffice buildinsr hereafter.- A The postal law gives thepostmas; ter the right to torbid posting- pla cards, etc., and as that privilege has been abused in the past, I have decided to a'bolisb-'tbe posting o placards entirely. H. TV: Hill. .. Buffalo Bill Called. Washington, D.C. Apr. 17. 1898, The services of Gol. W. F. Cody, Buffalo Bill" have been tendered tn the armv and accented bv Gen Miles. He came to Washington and afterward vi...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 22 April 1898

i S - - " " -"- .. . ' 1 . . i . -. r . Ad.T . --;sv - .a. - ... ' JL a. i. - 1. A, " AJ. Jk " - v-?.. - life. " 7, -5 ..... - - 13 IP : ' -p G6 - .-,.. - . " ' " ' " ' " ''"ivir-.i.ts 1 ;j- - - .;r::V0L. Iiy.: - ';.vv..- v. j J - -. --v " ' NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1898. '' '- ; '" " s0-3g; " ' .. . - ... II I M , k - 't' 0 't1 !' ' t 0 t D f 't1 't1 5 Two Dollars : vMosfc any storSfliat sells women's shoes - will sell you a' pair for two dollars, and tell .you that ndbetter ones could be bought for the price, hat is a peculiarity that dealers have when showing their own goods. Strange, isn't it? We have that same peculiarity, but our statements are founded on large experience and careful , comparisons there is no force-of-habit or guessing about it If you are looking for Women's 2.00 Shoes, look at ours. . They are tans , and blacks, up-to-date styles, good fitters, long wearers. Euy a pair, test them, then you can tell where to .: - get the most satisfact...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 22 April 1898

t 1 --1 "-ST" ",'""' ""-m ii mi, , , n , , ,,, i ,. niijiiii mi r 1 I n . in i 1 1 .i amMMiiu uu iln irVH umr jf3f, s-e J-" mb ' 1 i r l I IRAIi BARE, Editor and Pbopbietob SUBSOEIPXIOS BATES. One Yecr, cash In advance, . $1.25 Six Months, caeh In advance .....75 Ceats' Entered at tfaeJJortfa PlnttefKfebraeka) poftofflceas secoBd-r.lacsicatter. TTRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1898. ITis easier toTiegin"ar'war?than -tostop it, says the Philadelphia JTitnes.- A fellow .who sits on- a "lceg- of powder and lights it may ..know where he starts from, but his information as to where ihe will land isllimited. ' ;-. 1 Tee Kearney Daily Hub has again assumed the'famous "Kear ney gait" and is sppplyirig: its read ers with three columns of special dispatches each day. We trust this display of enterprise will be' re warded by increased return's io the Hub's exchequer. We may, in order to provide for -the sinews of war, pay a little more for our beer and patent medicines. but this.we will all cheerfully do. -...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 22 April 1898

J1 , J I WjKa aba- smiles he its sJeea tt is the- mrrfWt fbad belief' that ?TT?r7S the SH.- 1 prene Joy of wo- j aaaHieod xatil i tosci or a fest-'borxLs. jfcsews tie sayieaie soruw ef woEianhoai Kuril she sees her baby in tie ccl embrace of rf-f-V cf women fiaiT-c- irm. "5 SKOSenieSt IDT. nmTr tn c weeis or -mi-gra laterTrts rhafries are bora rato the -srorld -ssrili llrJtS-Cf abdrsown iir their fieiies. If a wona wield fave rf"3 fofeast cHIdren. stiuaK and able tie rsal little illnesses of " lock before she IT aiTOTOa Trill take the proper rare cf JKalth; tn a woraaalv -war-, during the or prospective renTcTsitv. she hex herself against nccii past asdsuf d possible death, sad insure the f child. Dr. Pierre's Favorite ;jJgg.lstae greatest cf all raediciires prospective mothers. It acts directly ggtker deSce and isrportast organs tTnrt gtae am'airs of raatermtj-and ttt-iV. wheahvigorota and eTntre: eotheapai-r and tones the tortirredgervesl it r?MThes the usual drscorafbrts of the "...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 22 April 1898

ANNIE C. KRAMPH, Cirr Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL 22. 1898. There will be a. congregational meeting1 at the Lutheran church af ter service Sunday morning-. Arbor Day exercises were held at nearly all the, schools yesterday afternoon and quite a number of trees were planted. The W. R. C. held a ten cent social at the home of Mrs. "V. Scbar mann on Wednesday. There were quite a few there and they had a very enioyable time. The C. S. Clinton house on west Second street has been sold to Elmer Coates. Mr. Coates will move into the house at once. Mr. Clinton expects to occupy the Swarthout house. Salt 1.60 a barrel at the Wilcox Department Store. The Chicago weather forecast for North Platte and vicinity: Part ly cloudy to-night and Saturday. The maximum temperature yester day was 73; same time last year 69. W. L. Park received two large consignments of fruit trees to-day from the Crete nurseries. These trees will be planted in Mr. Park's ten acre orchard Parkside." The trees are in splendid co...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 26 April 1898

' . - -. ' - - - - . S - ? g - . - JAHiu -All. . - SOETE PLATTE, KEBRASSA, TOESDiff BYMffiG, Aim 26.-1898. SO. 34 i! s ft itl ill W ill ill fo ft itl itl itl lTl iti 3ft til ill itl iti ffi Women's Shoes. I I Two Dollars i Iv ia toeck with ch treat ercats aad f ideas himself asd fcdpt his The assoaatkw-coHvened. at Sid-1 in that coaditlos also. The atostsC sey, Friday atoTHisg, April 22d- j tfee teachers agreed with kiatiahts last a lew days before, the resigsa-j ideas. f tioa of X. P. JKillen, as president, J The first paper give ia ike af- bad bees received, so the associa-1 teraooa "was. "teachers JSeed gmA IS FORMALLY DECLARED. Son was without a head. Friday j of federation,"' by O. W. 2eale, o morain orgaaizatian was "made by J Xoctk Platte. Mr. Keele thoaht electlagp Mrs. Most any store that sells women's shoes "will sell yon a pair for two dollars, and 4 tell you that.no better ones could be bonght hivered by j.j. Mcintosh, of sid- f Or the Drice. That is a Deenliaiitv that""...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 26 April 1898

2. 4t- Ike Jfrt - ITfcklM "Itikme. IRA Ii BARE, Editor and PxopxnrroB 8UBSGSIPTI0K SATES. One Tear, cuk la advisee, . ,.$1.36 SlxMoatbs, cub la adra&ee T5 Certs Bate red attae SortaPIatt(NebrriuO postages sa geeofid-rdMBTEiittur TUESDAY, APRIL 26. 1893. Figeteng Bob Evans will .soon be in his tory, and then Spasish only will be. spoken in hades. Down in St. Louis they use Span isn natjs tor door mats. That is a proper and excellent use for them. Old Glory" Honolulu. It is now waving over will, perhaps, be waving1 in otner distant countries betore the close of the presentyear. The call for 125.000 volunteersfor a period of two years, unless sooner discharged, is pretty good', for . starter. The requisite number will readily volunteer; and tea times that number if necessary. To a southern commander be longs the honor of haulin? in the first war prize, and his action thrilled Dixie land from one end to . a the other. Commander Maynard, of the Nashville, is a resident of Knoxville. ...

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