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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 26 April 1898

Vd- " ' : ; : r. : : : : : r. ' i ; " t- f s . f ..it: 3 I S " - 'IS-- te. 'l v K A Sir I - II I - - . If life is wottk. having- it is worth taking care of. . Kecklessness docs not pay, either in our wort or onr pleasure. When people .read of a young man who has 'been Tcilled while perform ing some reck less feat on a toboggan or at . some other haz ardous sport, their sympathy is mired with surprise that y human beiner should thus care lessly risk life. There are thou sands of men xrhn are recklessly risking their lives while they fro about their common e very-day avoca tions. They over-work, they do not take sufficient time from business or labor to eat or sleep or rest, or to care for their health. Outraged nature throws out danger signals, to which they pay n& heed. They sufTer from bilious or nervous disorders, from sick headache, giddiness, drowsiness, cold chills, flushings of heat, shortness of breath, blotches on the skin, loss of ap petite, uncomfortable sensations in ...

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. — 26 April 1898

ll 3t w t - i if - - j ..... .- . . ANIOE C. KRAMPH, Cirr Editor. T-UESDAY, APRI&. q6. 1898 R- P." Buller. of Hailey, Idaho. is. in town looking; after his cattle interests. W. H. and Arthur Plumer, of Maxwell, are transacting- business iu tue city to-day. uwsuiutc woman wno came in on No. 1 yesterday, was sent to Ogalallavlast . night by poormaster oumvan. G. M. Day has secured a lucra tive position with.a firm in Greeley. n.f ana will leave for that place aoout May 10th. uicago weather forecast For North Platte and vicinity: Unset uea, out generally fair to-nig;ht and Wednesday; warmer to-night : C. B. McKinstry and wife o Sutherland, spent yesterday in the city as the guests of county clerk Hoi try. A. Ia Beegle, of Grand Island, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Beegle is of the firm of Decatur & Beegle, ot the Yellow Front ' See the new Blurt Waista at tke Wilcox Department Store. Sam Dikeman sold a carload o corn-fed cattle to Ed. Loveland yes terday. These cattle will be...

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. — 29 April 1898

il - NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, JijIlDAI EVENING, APRIL' 29, 1898. - ''R' " ' 1K - 2 ,-"- .-... .W MMW AW V " :- " ... : -7S : rr. HO. 35. B - si :, - w. 1 - 1 - . . . -. -r-z - , ;a. &.. . w. . . r- , TTT '"WITT -? m? . n m i .i. w jr. r 3 cr' . "1 if il it tl itj itl itl itl itl itl itl itl iti iti itr rti ti i tr rti it t iti ttt tti itt iti tti iti i ft I- i -f t r -- "H v -4.' Most any store that sells womenTs slioes will sell you a jpair for two dollars, and tell you that no better ones could be bought for the price. That is a peculiarity that dealers have when, showing their own. 3 t. goods. Strange, same peculiarity, Due our statements are founded on large experience and careful comparisons there ist no . force-of-habit or guessing about it I 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. Buy a pair, test them, then you can tell where to get the most satisfactory 2.00 shoes after ward. Yel...

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. — 29 April 1898

k r If mmw A -HKiiTafj.M IRA L BARE, Editok axd Psopsnrrotf 8UB80SIFTIOK SA.XBS. Obb Year, cask In adv&noe, i, Biz Moatkg, cash la admee 75 Cftswr Catered KttkeKortaPl&tte(Kebraka)porteaee leeoad-oliiRK matter S FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1898. 3" Wheat has taken another up- 7 ward shoot, due to the war and re- ported shortage of the Russian "crop- Nebraska has in a big; 'acreage of the cereal, the prospects for a big crop are good up to date., a'nd the farmers will reap another biff financial haruest this fall. ' The Omaha "World Herald fis gaining an unenviable reputation for its 'yellowness", arid it (is rather difficult for the readers of that paper to determine which is fake" and which is reliable news. The sensational period of war has passed; newspaper readers now de sire the facts. The citizen soldiers of "Nebraska to the number ot 2.000 are now en camped at the state capital, and will rapidly and readily be trans formed into seasoned fighters. The "tin soldier' may not be qu...

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. — 29 April 1898

- - V' ' ' - ... -fXmfr fr MiiiiiAr"i "Iff iiiil 1 ir-T-r--.- n-, u.- .. j aw y wr.-y MHHBMMMBMHBilliHMHHIHnB 1 IPMP"1"1 ' 1 1 I n 1 1 il'ftiii me 1 11 1 1 in ilm' IWIi ifn'1 11 Fill I H 1 isHI'M i - - , - r -- m 7 US'- - ,N C -IT J' ane Wsrtky MoHtague visited .t a - me Household of fine Saltan, she wrote home to England thatdhe ladies of The : harem were k smothered with UaHirhter tn rHo. . - - I cover that aer ladyship wore an inner vest of steel and whalebone. ' tieht. ltnrwnA- trable and sti &mg, ia other words, a corset. The ladies lot the harem would no doubt disposed to laughter, had they known that r- ji western nations, tnroosm lalse ouuu 1U B11CUCC UULOlU oswj, dim aumciimes aeain, tnrouea nesr- Iect of their ViMltfc i i Women.who suffer in this way shrink from the embarrassing examinations and local treatment insisted upon by the majority of physicians. If they only knew it. there is no necessity for these ordeals. An emi nent and skillful physician long since dis- Z...

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. — 29 April 1898

'mm rroi. 'ANNIE C. KRAHPH,Cnx Bo: r. FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1896. Ed Parkaccompanied-the Co4y Guards as far as Valley. retHromg home. Wednesday night Thos. Crick, who had beett vis iting his family for several days, returned to the soldier's homat Grand Island yesterdays f Supt. Park is advertisingpor : twenty-five men to work on the track between Lexington land Grand Island. f County superintendent Thoel ecke returned this morning frem a week's visit among the schools m the western part of the county- The wiad to-day, which njakes outdoor work particularly disagree able, will cease with the jrain. which, is predicted forMb-night by the weather bureau. Matt Daugherty,. the genial statesman from Keith county, passed through on No. 5 thisjmoru ing. He got off the train, long enough to greet a few acquaint ances, j The Chicago weather forecast for North Platte and vtcinity: Showers to-night and Saturday. The maximum temperature yester day was 69, same time one year ago 56. Wanted, a girl to...

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. — 3 May 1898

.ssi ?--v'.iii Jti ill i ii lniiiir jsviiii !' -V'V" S-?. y , - i , - j T --- - : i . ....... 7 7VIK 5 NORTH BLATTE, NEBRASKA, - TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 3; 1898. ' ''SI , ' - -. V. H I? 1 - -:-. J. - . - TV ZZi v. --- JtJooA , 'if $ tt$ t ffift D $ Good Thank You! A year ago, the first of May, the Yellow T TTI x. Oil C1i.. -l T ii TXT jronx; onoe store o"U i, : "Li: cinity. We promised goods than they had 1 T i jiume, tuai; yur uusmess tvouiu De conauciQa x on strictly honorable business principles; that all -would be treated fairly and alike. Our efforts have been denced from the excellent business we have . had it's been GOOD. Complaints of the service of our goods have been few YERY jfr FEW and each and every one of them been satisfactorily adjusted. If any have not, it's .because they were not reported to us. The voluntary expressions of satisfaction from .our .customers have been numerous. Have you tried our Shoes? If not you're invited. Yellow Front GEO. i$i i ifr $ 1$ i ii $1 il...

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. — 3 May 1898

SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiBl- WW m rnn Hatto nWYi 1 m 1 vrr7 i a pbtboig Illlvlllln. 1 fffvi nJLJt -i A IV f ft . . OPPOSITIOI TO-. BOSDS. Will XeftTft'-TSere Today. 5,000 ysm to inyade guba. cretry Aler Simply Says the War De partment Is Preparing Ferlamedl- - r Me Aetien Otteera efthe Block adt&g l"Iet C safer. Bepablieaa Senator! Ptopoged. ts Rcdee Am ant et Isaac. - :IepOTt CfllTeetllj.Tarapa That TrOOgS senate thiB.wesk fesln tho war-'reYsnUo bill -whick 13 expected o reachrsM body early in the week. It will bere- ferred at once to the committee on finance, and probably will bo reported back Wednesday or Thursday. A meeting of the finance committee has been called for today with the view on the part of the Republican members of having the consideration of the bill in committee begun, informally. They have even intimated that they may ask that a vote be taken at: this meeting with the view of reporting, the biD. as soon as it is referred. y The...

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

r I i- mmms Jrt II mTJ. n t 'i j posed to tSe cold or damp are Drone to soger from that most painful dis ease, rhcHtaatisra. . This is a disease of the blood and caa only be per manently cRred by going 1ck to first principles aad driving- out all imparities, aad filling: the -arteries with a new. rich, red, healthy J jue-sneara. . This is the rea son why Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis coveryos an unfailing cure for that disease. It is the greatest of all blood medicines. It creates a ieeu and "hearty appetite. It cares all disorders of the digestion aad makes the assimilation of the life-giviac elements of the Jood perfect It iavigort ates the liver aad loses the nerves. It is the greatest of all known blood-makers and Wood.pnrifiers. It bailds firm, healthy aesh, bat does not make corpulent people more corpKlent. Unlike cod liver -oil, it does aot make flabby flesh, bat teais dowa the unhealthy tksaes that constitute cor palency, carries.og" and excretes them; aad replaces them wi...

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. — 3 May 1898

5 "l ' " I ' '"" " - IF eeeeeeee PrVimjeHmilvmmmmK 1, If- If TUESDAjXY 3. 1898., Mrs. Huffmk noon. kas tonic; also f acpowdWs and washes ; Miss Made -Hinman will en tertain a smaparty of friends to morrow night: . .i. The ladiej. guild wllflcld a ten cent social.at Ike residence 'of Mrs. M. E. Gilmas next Friday .after- i '4 ay 7Qr yAuikuw As&am f ike "WncozDewurtaMatore. The term bf district court that ,was to have been held iriXogan county tomorrow has been ad- journed till ,June'zi5. The term m McPhersots cohty has also been adjourned. tXiiL ' The Engineers' May party this evening fbids fair to outshine any of their previous parties. The music at the concert will be excell ent In tTieJgrand march several novel featuresjwill be introduced. Go to Mrs?, Huffman' for some- - thing1 nice inprgandy. 1 A letter, "received .. .oarnum, by M. K yesterday, from " ffm. Smallwood conveyed the informa tion that he would probably not return to NoHh Platte. Mr. Small wood has been offered a ...

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. — 6 May 1898

'Wi. XIV 'Llr-te ' ' A- NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 6, 1898. . - , NO. 87. - v ' L i , . lj - - .- i g$Hfr$ $ ii ii ii $ $ ffi ti ii GoodThank You! A year ago, the first of May, the Yellow Front Shoe Store shoe buying public cimty. We promised them a better class of goods than they had been able to buy at hAtno hiicinAon tttaii i.-i.l 1 un buiutiy .jiuuurauie uusmess principles; that all would be treated fairly and alike. Our efforts have been appreciated as is evi denced from the excellent business we have - had it's been GOOD. Complaints of the . service of our goods have been few 'YERY FEW and each and every one of them been satisfactorily adjusted. If any ave not, it's voluntary expressions of satisfaction fiom our customers have been numerous- Have you tried our Shoes? If not you're in- vited. Yellow Front Shoe Store, I IP $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Large Invoices fly Millinery.... Arriving daily.for The Boston. Our busi- fl ness in this department has been so grea...

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. — 6 May 1898

Ike !.-Iraki Irftww- IRA L EARE.Editosaxd Proprietor! SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 0b Tear, cash In sdvsace, ....... &.2S Six Montis, caa&la advance .75 Caste" Entered tthe2rorttiFltte(Heliraake)peetotHeea ceooad-rJ&xi) matter IIATl DP2Q m Sensatioial Advance In :the Current Month Delivery. MAY OPTION CLOSES AT $1.50 TUESDAY. MAY 6, 1898, " While it was Dewey at Manila last Sunday it was rainy in vves tern Nebraska. The United States troops have been landed in Cuba; In a few dajs you can detect the cent o jrarhc on the winds which come fromjthe south. Sixty per cent of the Spaniards cannot read .a war bulletin, ai their ignorance has saved them much erief over the result of the engagement at Manila. Their i ability, to read will spare them much sorrow and chagrin during the nest three months. The result of Dewey's engage ment at Manila was not known in this country two hours before thousands of badgesbdaring the inscription "We didn't Dewey thing to Spain," were worn by It doesn'...

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. — 6 May 1898

9! .. . ....... ... ........ " 4 : ' mi " : trtv rr All the poetry, all the ' romance, alltfeat is ideal. , is bound tip in that one wordi "Mother hood." A -woman's greatest happiness, lier greatest duty and her greatest priv ilege is to become the mother of a halthyr happy cijld. Untold, thousands . of vro- aen fall, short .of. tais becaHse of weakness and dis ease of their wo- 1 manly-selves. Sither they live childless lives, or for a brief spell are the mothers of puny, sickly children that bring them -"Stoaly-pam, and leave them only sorrow. " ' -he woman who suffers from weakness 3 and disease of the distinctly feminine 0T 1 gans is certain to become an invalid. No woman can suffer in this -way" and be a .healthy, happy, amiable wife and. a camper tent mother. Troubles of this nature sap tftkc strength, rack the nerves, paint lines of - suffering upon the face, destroy the temper, make the once bright eyes dull and the once r . active brain sluggish, and transform aviva- i ciou...

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. — 6 May 1898

ANNIE C. KRAMPH, Cur Editor. FRIDAY," MAY 6. 1898. Presiding Elder Leonard was in town last night. v S. R. Clothier, of McPherson Jrm'infir. is transacting business in 'town to-day. Mrs. O. W. Sizemore returned this morning- from a few days visit at her home near Hershey. The .Presbyterian ladies aid society was very delightfully enter tained by Mrs. Fred Letts yester day afternoon. Mrs. Huffman has a fine hair tonic; also face powders and washes - Frederick Warde and his com pany are in town to-day and will present "Yirginius" at the opera house this evening. This morning F. E. Bullard re ceived a new Hammond typewriter. It has all the 1893 attachments and is a fine machine. The Epworth League will hold a social at the home of Miss Frances McNamara tonight A good time is .anticipated. The Brotherhood of St. Andrew and the Daughters of the Kingwill hold a union missionary meeting Monday night E. C. Field, representing the McCormick Harvesting Machine Co.. is in town to-day looking a...

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. — 10 May 1898

K mm Mavth Matte A it - . . . ' - TSSfe." ffOBTH PLATTE, jSEBRASKA, 1U1SDAI fff. MAI 10, 1898. SO. 38. mm WW ? $ 0 $ $ $ $ 0 0 1$ $ it1 Ladies5 Cloth Top Shoes, -Another new one. They are Black kid & Vamps 'and heel foxed, with fancy black & cloth tops. The toes are popular shaped $ coin and leather tipped. They are dressy. & " They are wearers. You'll like them if you j " see them, andyouTl like them better if you wear them. lie 11 Slippers JLnrn soles, narrow com. with bow and buckle- A" -1X' Yellow Front GEO. bee or shoemaker about -: $ 0 $ $ $ $ $ 0 $ CrTXV CMJkUCT TXZ23ED5. L. Strickkr, of Hershej, spent Sararaay town. W. "EL Alddch, oFVroman, spent Sat-raar town. Ed asd (X Hostetter, of Suth erland, speat yesterday in the city. Mrs, JEToetetter and daughter, of Satheriaad, were transacting- bus- tewa Saturday. 4 i ' Alex. Neifeon. Del Titnngton. 3M& Jwka. Wilson were among- the Satfcerlaad people who transacted BMCMtaog la town Saturday. W. D. Page, of Wellfiee...

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. — 10 May 1898

79 4 s5 1RAL BARE,EDirosA3fD Propkektok STOSOEIPTION BATB3. I One Tear, cash in sdTssee,. ..$i.2S SixMontiu, cs&rfi In adrasce 75 Owtt Entered atttieXorthPlaUe(Xei)rM)potoeeM eecoBd-cUfgra&ttar. TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1898, J It required just two hours'for r Dewej to make junk out of eleven r Spanish warships, and this, ioo, without the death of a man' on board his ships. The president has promoted Dewey to befrear admiral, and the entire country shouts a hearty amen. IVheat refuses to.be yoked to silver and is steadily increasing- its distance in the lead. It now re- fintrpc about two ounces of silver ,-to buy a bushel of wheat in the -Chicago market, and the- end is not yet. The sixteen-to-one fel lows have entirely subsided on the '.silver question. -T . A- 4- C ti. xt,AKJjii .wcuiy uct cent vi 'Nebraska militiamen have so far failed to pass the rigid physical examination to which they were submitted b-J tne surffeons T,,e fjsgls - Journal says-that a medical exami- $:: nation ...

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. — 10 May 1898

ft 3t- I All the poetry, all the roaasce, all . that is ideal in the wide, -wide werkL is bound up in that one -svord : "Mother hood." A -woman's greatest happiness, her greatest duty and her greatest priv ilege is to become the mother of a healthy, "happy child. Untold thousands of -wo men fall shortrof this because of -weakness and dis ease of their wo- 5MBly-se!ves. Either they live -childless '. Jives, or lor a Dnef spell are the mothers j?f paay, sickly children that bring them wy pain, ana leave inem only sorrow. Tkc woman who suffers from weakness asd disease of the distinctly feminine or .... i - . ... gw is certain 10 oecomc an mvaiiu. xio :iwaa can suffer in this way and be a jfcealtfey, Happy, amiable wife ana a compe tent mother. Troubles of this nature sap "the strength, rack the nerves, paint lines of sh String apon the face, destroy the temper, sake the once bright eyes dull and the once active brain sluggish, and transform a viva- OetW WOBBIUi lnio a wcas, bicuy, luv...

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. — 10 May 1898

MiaaawwwaMaiaMBBMWMMwaaMaaaiaaaMawMMwaMaMaMMawawMaaMaa 11 vs. ANNIE C. KRAMPH, Cm- Editor. TUESDAY, MAY 10. 1898. tliloyd's Opera House. w"8& MAY 11 Tbe'nuisical event "The Celebrated 7. Sofyixbett ClUb VO IOV QUARTETTE Under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias, In a delightful program entirely free irom uminess ana consisting oi "Lady Quartettes, Violin and Vocal Solos. Mandolin and Guitar Club. Comic and-Serious Readings, Etc. AIUSIC AA'D MIRTH. A musical entertainment that is esjoyable alike to the musician and the masses. Don't fall to near the wonderful 8-year-old artist, MASTER TOMMIE, who plays violin solos, sings songs and re cites in the most finished style. ADMISSION FIFTY CEIJTS. Charley Martini has purchased i the John Delay property on west fourth street. Local bicyclists are talking1 up . a road race for Memorial Day, the course to be around "the horn." The directors of the First Na tional Bank declared the regular semi-annual dividend of five per cent to-day. W...

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. — 13 May 1898

- r . - r j - - s - j - .. 1 mv r . -ffiSPv-i." 1 a. . m . m. & m . m m ih. avm.m.m. i a max m mm . m m i iajaaaa . z a TOLfklY: '-j'. 11 . - ' ; : - NORTE -PLATTE, NEBRASKA, ER1DAY EVENING. Mil 13, 1898. :. "' - A-M i'-NO: 391 Jf ' ,-t." ; - - 2 - - . - .y t,' .4 ' ' ... , 1 ... ? : ' $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ itt $i ffnji $ it iiilntnti iti $ ii I Ladies' Cloth Top Sjrqes Black iKd Another newone. ;They are vanipsfancl nee! foxed, withfaiicy Black. cloth tops. The toes are popular shaped coin and leather tipped. They are drossy. ." They are wearers. . you'll like theai if feu see them, andyou'Jl 'like them hetteFIiyou wear them. r While Kid Slipt-J125, Turn soles, narrow coin with bow and buckle. t toes I. one. strap Yellow Front Shoe Store, GEO. M. GRAHAM, Mgr. See our shoemaker about your shoe repairing. Hi tt ffi m Hi in ffi m iji if i ill i i in m ifi til ffi Hi in m Hi ff i m m in 1 3 RATI5 poof" your Chickens ! 4' Will earn you more money if you feed them Pratt's Poultry Food....

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. — 13 May 1898

sty . , ; ' I I sr IRA Ii BAftE, Editor jtd Proprietor SUBSCKIPTIOir LlTEB. Oho Yesr, cash la BdTasee,.. $1.25 SixXoatbs, sash la adraHcel ....75 Oeate' Entered sttheNorth Platte (JTprasia ) poetoe m s ecoad-elBg s mter. JS FIRST HIT Winslow Crippled. ahd Rvd decks are smiiglted aBd'wpliritered. ing ia a group aad-tbe aimof,fhe Spat kh was perfeofc; J shell burst in on very faces.") "The Hudahowatha 'effect, of ih ght. Her smoke -ataclr . is puncture an E1SII of Her Grew 'Killed, FRIDAY, MA?13, r 1898. 5-: is; x hanks to .frpidence and Dewey's fleet, "the Philippines are in our Hands. .Now tor the Canar- ies, Porto Rico and tie queen of the Antilles. Catite, we are informed, is pro nounced Ca-vee-tav. with the accent . . .... on tne Tee, out, says an. eastern paper Dewey s fighters' fiave re christened it Dennis with the Accent on their eight-inch guns. The Inter Ocean calls. 'W. J. Bryan's attention tothe fact that the partnership heretofore existing- between the Bushel of Wheat an...

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