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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 December 1899

FAEM AND GARDEN, j MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. Soma Up-to-Uato Hint About Cul tivation nf tlio Boll nnd Yield Thereof Horticulture, Viticulture nutl floriculture Horticultural Observation Tho authorities that have chargo ot tho work for tho erection of buildings on tho exposition grounds at Paris have adopted a novel method of pro tecting tho shade and ornamental trees. Ono strong objection against tho uso of certain parts of tho grounds at Paris was that thoro woro valuable trees In the way that would apparent ly have to be sacrificed when tho exca vations for tho foundations ot tho buildings woro made. But the French men thought out a schema and put It into operation. Around tho" roots of each treo they built a wooden tank, enclosing both roots nnd dirt. Tho trees woro thus boxed up, but In such liberal proportions that they went right on growing as If nothing had happened. Derricks and tackling wero arranged and tho boxe3, trees nnd nil, woro lifted high abovo tho head...

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. — 12 December 1899

TUESDAY, DEC. 12, 1899. 1IIAL BAKE, Editor and Proprietor SUUSORIPTION RATED, One Year, cash In advance, 11.25 Six Months, cash In advance,, ....TS Cent' Kntcrcd atthNorthPlatte(Nbraska)postofflca eoond-clats matter. It must be said that Roberts, the reputed polygamist, la making a iramc iiirht for his scat in con grcss. lCycn if ousted, which he is pretty certain to be, he has sue cccded in gaining' more notoriety and publicity than he would gain in congress in fifty years. Tun bitterly fought gubernator ial contest in Kentucky was ended Saturday for a time at least by the .ejection commissioners signing the election certificate of W. b. Taylor, the republican candidate. The of ficial vote as found by the commis sioners gave Taylor a plurality of 2,383 votes. Boosters for Allen and Hitch cock, the two leading candidates for the senatorial appointment, have made life a burden to Gover nor Poyntcr and he absented him self from Lincoln for several days last week in order to escape the...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 December 1899

I o 1899. CHRISTMAS. I899. el r We are well prepared to Supply your Wants in any of the Following Lines: a I1 1 ,t r I J 08c 05c 25c 08c OSc GROCERIES. Bee Coffee 13c. 2 packages 25c Bogota Coffee per package . 15c Quaker Oats per package 12c Quail Oata per package. Tapioca per pound Sago per pound OSc Pearl Barley per pound , OSc Diamond C Soap 9 bars for Kiugsford's Corn Starcli per package Kingsford's Silver Gloss Starch per package Bird Seed per pound 07c Yeast Foam per package 03c On Time Yeast per package 03c Battle Ax Tobacco per plug... .' 35c Standard Navy Tobacco per plug.' 35c Horse Shoe Tobacco per plug 45c J. T. Tobacco per plug -0c Star Tobacco per plug 45c Duke's Mixture Tobacco per, pound 35c Kerosene Oil per gallon lGc Salt per barrel 1.55 Table Salt 2 sacks for OSc Whcatel per package ' 12c Baker's Chocolate 18c, 2 cakes tor 35c Gothenburg Fancy Patent Flour per sack.. 1.00 25 lbs Corn Meal 25c Buckwheat Flour per pound 4Jc Cranberries 8c, 2 quarts for 15c Cheese p...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 December 1899

nnmmnMtutiimiummmtntimmHMttmnin KITTY'S By Author of CHAPTER XV. (Continued.) "Arthur St. John alias Leslie omethlng else, no doubt, nowadays. Ho looked like a man of fifty. Hut I know hi in ; I knew him almost In a moment." "You couldn't he fiurc," 1 said doubt "fullyr Meg Bmlled, hut did not contradict no. nut tho omllo was eloquont It despised my folly, "I hud gono down stairs early," Meg continued, leaning hack In her chair, and punhlng hor hair from her brow with a nervous Impatient little gesture. "It's not my way to got up oarly, is It? Hut I was restless, I couldn't sleep, and I thought I should find n novel If I went down stairs. Tho Rirvnutii worcn't moving; hut there wub a fire iu tho ntudy. Tho bllnda were all down, but tho fire looked co3y; I went In and stood before It and warmed my toc3. I daro say I was looking tin tidy, Kitty; I think he took me for an early houiemaid; he camo Into tho room quietly, and came up behind mo, and and ho kissed me, Kitty. I hadn't heard ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 December 1899

J BASE BALL TOPICS CURRENT NEWS AND NOTES OF THE GAME, Inin Clmncru llintnn tho Only I.cnEtio Team tu rinluli the Bcaiou of 1800 n It IIcrkii It AiivnutncM of Hold ing on to 1'laycM. . Ten tu Clmyccn. Of nil the National Lenguo teams, the Do3tons were the only one thnt ended the season with the same team with which they began the season. Brooklyn bejan with Jennlnga nt short, Dahlcn nt third and McGnnn at first; Baltimore had Mngoon nt short, find O'Brien nt second; Cleveland had Tucker on first, Sullivan nt short and Cross on third; Pittsburg had Clark at first and Reltz nt second; Cincinnati had Stelnfeldt nt thlru; Philadelphia had Thomas nt first; Washington had Hulcn nt short, Davis at first, Casoy on third; Chicago had Wolverton at third nnd Demont nt short; Louis ville had Decker ut first; St. Louis had McKcan nt short; New York had Wilson on first and Hartman on third. Boston played 27 different players (luring the Bcason, of which 11 were pitchers and five catchers. Baltimo...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 December 1899

Local News in Brief. The Methodist ladies' aid society Will liold us annual fair and sup per on December 19th. Tne ladies aid society of the Methodist church will meet Thurs day afternoon in the church par- jor, James M. Kay, Lawyer. Miss Gcorgic Brcycr and Miss Lena Schatz have been added to tne force of Fair store clerks to help take care of the holiday rush. Special sale on carpets and dress goods at Kcnnic b. County supt. Thoclccke re turned Saturday afternoon from Wellflcct where she had been at tending a meeting of a teachers' reading circle. See those Wool SuUb for men and young men; $5, $7.50, $10 and $12. Star Clothing House. The Eastern Star social which was to have been held at the home of Mrs. "William lQvcs tomorrow afternoon has been indefinitely postponed. Mrs. Hattic Dill has accepted a fosition as sales-woman at the lub and entered on her new duties Monday morning. Tin: Tkiiiunb thereby loses a very efficient and faithful compositor. Don't tall to sec thcclcganl lin...

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 December 1899

emi -Ittpclilii infante. FIFTEENTH YEAR. NQRTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1899. NO. 97. We Have Risen Phenix - Like From the Ashes 1 f And are doing business with an entirely : ; New and Fresh Stock of Groceries at our store on East Sixth street, one door east of the First National Bank. Groceries are arriving daily and we are selling absolutely nothing at our new store which was in the old stock. As soon as the adjusters complete inventory of the stock at our former stand we will hold an im mense fire sale. Meantime we are selling the . very best groceries in town at -our "new store. ' Harrington & Tobin. stanaircdo,y WAGONS Wooctttjaijsee WltjcUrjiils, Carriages, Buggies, Road Wagons, Carts, Spring Wagons, Latest Styles and Best Quality for the Price. BARB WIRE AND STAPLES. . pnmnwfi Tinp pumps, pipes and fittings, A complete Line BALE TIES, MACHINE OIL, AXLE GREASE. JOS. HERSHEY. Lqcust St., North Platte, Neb, N. McCABE. Proprietor. J. E. BUSH, Manacer. J ! North ...

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 December 1899

OPPOSES TUG TREATY Reciprocity Agreement with tho Argentine Eopublio Excites Opposition, CATTLE AND COAL MEN OBJECT Treaty Iledocrs Tnrlfton Wool nml II Idea Imported From Argentine Knocks Off to I'er Cent ou Itato Nebraska, Heine Woot-1'roduclnc State, 1 In terested. . WASHINQTON, Doc. 27. There is Jlablo to bo considerable opposition on tho pnrt of western senators, and es pecially from those living In cattle and wool producing states, ngnlnst ratifica tion of tho reciprocity treaty between tho Argentine Republic nnd tho Unit ed States. Under tho tcrniB ot this convention ratification must take placo before March 1 nnd friends of tho mcasuro nro already commencing to "count noses" in an endeavor to ascer tain whether they have votes enough to forco ratification In the senate Tho treaty reduces tho tariff on wool and hides Imported from Argentina 20 per cent and this enormus reduction Is what Is organizing opposition to tho measure. Nebraska, Wyoming, Mon tnn, Iowa, Texas and tho D...

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 December 1899

FOE, HOME AND WOMEN ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. Matron' Gown The Straight Front Lighting tlia Drawing Itonm Mnrrlert IlrlilesranliU A Novelty In Modern Weddings. If Thou Wilt F.ae Thlno Heart. , (DlrBO.) If Ihou wilt cant thlno heart Of love, nml nit Its smart Then sleep, Ueur, sleep! Ana not n sorrow Hang nny tear on your eyelashes Llo still and deep, Bad soul, until tho sca-wavo washes The rim o' tho sun to-morrow, In eastern sky. But wilt thou euro thlno ticurt -Of love, and Its smart Then die, dear, dlot Tin deeper, sweeter, Than on n rose bank to llo dreaming With folded eye; And then alone, nmhl tho beaming Of love s stars, thou'lt meet her In eastern sky. Thomas I.ovell lieddoos. Married HrldesnmliK Married best men nml ushers liavo for Borne tlmo been a feature of fash ionable weddings; within tho last year there havo been several Instances whoro tho brido's attendants liavo beon married, says tho New York Evening Sun. Instead of a maid of honor, thore is a matr...

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. — 29 December 1899

ut mi -Wufcty WbmtA FRIDAY, DKC. 29, 1899. lftAL BAIIE, Editor and PrtorniETon BUD80RIFTION RATES. One Year, cosh In advance,,..., $1.23 Biz Months, cash la advance 76 Cents' Entered atthaNorthPUtt(NbrMka)potoffloas oond-olassmatter. Now that Senator SlbvVnjt has re turned to the republican fold it is to be presumed that the crime of 73 was not so everlastingly bad as it was painted. Tomorrow Paul Vandervoort and a number of other NcbraskatiB will leave New York to join the co operative colony that will endeavor to grow rich in Cuba. V. J. Bryan will invade the "enemy's country" next week, and enroute will stop at Lincoln and attend the banquet to be given by the traveling men's Bryan club. down at uaiias, Texas, on Uliriatmas day, seven men were shot, four of them fatally, while involved in quarrels, They evi dently sell a mighty poor quality of whiskey in the Lone Star State. It is said that Governor Poyntcr will make several resolutions on New YcarB Day, one of which will be that...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 29 December 1899

f rS r sir ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, City Editor. FRIDAY, DISC. 29, 1899. Miss Ida VonGoctz la expected home Sunday evening from bcr trip to Omaha and Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Prcd Ouimettc re turned Wednesday afternoon from a short visit at Maxwell. Aunt Jemimas Pancake Flour lOo a package at Wilcox Dopartmont Store. John Watts, who had been yisit ing relatives here for the past ten days, left yesterday for his home in Springfield. Mrs. George Austin, jr., came down from Cheyenne yesterday morning to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Friend. MiRs Ellen McCullou'gh, who had been visiting friends in town for a few days, returned to her home in Maxwell yesterday morning, Mrs. C. A. Hunter, who has been visiting Mrs. W. M. Cunning ham for several days, will return to her home in Omaha tonight, Buy a pair of W. L. Douglas or Dr. Reed's Cushion SIiocb at $3 to $5, and get satisfaction. Cheaper shoes for men and boys start in at $1.35. Star Clothing House. Miss Mabel Donehower, who has been spendin...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 29 December 1899

A NEW YEAR'S ST011Y. Ily 'S. D. McManus. I want to toll you this New Year's night, what happened Jlst a year ago In Hank Harmon's blacksmith shop. 'Taln't much to toll, nor over much for an outsider to harken to, but It means a mighty sight to mo and tho boys, an' I, for one, Jlst llku to think ot It nn' talk It over nnd kind ot hug and embrace tho words, exprcssln' It as tt wcro, nnd hold tho sentences Hko n bitter sweet morsel under my tongue My strength don't In any wise lay In rolatln' things and Incidents, and It will bo a good precaution, when I warn you not to break In Into mo and ac cordingly Interrupt mo, for t will tako flno-halrcd and top sawyer work to mako my story look no If It had any sonso or meanln' at all, except to mo and tho boys as understand It com plete. Jlst a year ago tonight wo met In Hank Harmon's blacksmith shop to celcbrato tho day by gettln' so para lyzln drunk, that wo could dlsremom bcr tho miserable homes wo had sneaked away fruni and . tho heart bro...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 29 December 1899

THE LATE COL. DAVIS HE WAS A MAN OF ABILITY.. GREAT wirector General of tlio World' Tnl nnil One of Iha Ciller Promoter the arent Exhibition A Veteran the Cltll War nod Indlnn Wart. Col. Georgo It. Davis, lnte director general of tho world's fair and who died In Chicago recently, was. a man of extraordinary executive ability and had a varied career. Ho was a lawyer, Biaiesman, a politician, and a bus! iicss man. Ho was born In Palmer. Mass., January 3, l840,of Welsh-Scotch parents. In 18C0 ho graduated from Wllll8ton academy, and spent tho next two years In business with his father In Springfield, Mass. At tho outbreak of tho war ho en listed and went to tho front as cantal of company II of tho Eighth Massachu COL. GEORGE It. DAVIS. eetts. After serving with distinction ho accepted a commission with the Third Rhode Island cavalry, and later ho was promoted to tho position of ma Jor. At tho close of the war ho had tho brevet rank of colonel and becamo attached to tho headquarters of ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 29 December 1899

Local News in Brief. Sam Richards transacted busi ness in Maxwell yesterday. Mrs, J. Walzenbach, of Omalia, is the guest of her aunt Mrs. W. II. Fikes. W. h. Hazcn went to Kearney on business yesterday morn ing. James M. Kay, Lawyer. Harry Heck returned to his home iu Ottawa, Kan., yesterday after a brief visit here with relatives. The Kebekah sewing circle will meet at the home of Mrs. V. C. Elder, Wednesday, Jan. 3rd. Special sale of Jackets, Capes and Millinery, at Ronnie's. Miss Ethel Roche went to Slicl ton yesterday to spend part of the holiday vacation with relatives. Saturday, Judge Baldwin issued a marriage license to John J. Wrin and Miss Grace R McMicklc, both of Farnam. II. D. Lusc and Prank McColl have returned from Omaha where they spent Christmas as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Barnum. a lb. pkg. Kings Qui ok Rising Buck wheat Flour lOo at Wilcox Depart ment Store, V. II, Burstou, who had been visiting his daughter Mrs. Mosc McFarland, returned to lila home in Ced...

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. — 2 January 1900

&k lortli FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1900. NO. 98. We Have Risen Phenix - Like From the Ashes And are doing business with an entirely New and Fresh Stock of Groceries at our sfcore on East Sixth street, one door east of the First National Bank. Groceries are arriving daily and we are selling absolutely nothing at our new store which was in the old stock. As soon as the adjusters complete inventory of the stock at our former stand we will hold an im mense fire sale. Meantime we are selling the very best groceries in town af out new store. - Harrington & Tobin. 1 WAGONS StUclefoakeir aijcl Old. Hickory j Wooelttjaijsee Witjctixjiiis, Carriages, ' Buggies, Road Wagons, Carts, Spring Wagons, Latest Styles and Best Quality for the Price. BARB WIRE AND STAPLES. pnmTllpfo T :nfi PUMPS, PIPES AND FITTINGS, complete iilDO BALE TIES, MACHINE OIL, AXLE GREASE. JOS. HERSHEY. Locust St., North Platte, Neb. iMilUiriUllUlUUiUllUlUHiUiiillilUiilililiiliiiUil...

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. — 2 January 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IKA I.. IIAI1K, l'roprletor. TKIIM8! I1.SS IN ADVANOK. NORTH PLATTE NEBBA8KA. BRIET TELEGRAMS. Dcrbnrd Inaritch, fnmot'.fl nrt dealer of London Is dead, aged 82. Mr. Daniel Ich)i, Richmond, Ind well known through tho west, 13 dead, The agricultural department estl matcs tho crop of cotton nt $8,900,000. Tho Elmwood Coal company, Peoria, III., has gono Into the hands of a re ceiver. Terry McGovcrn, at Cincinnati, put Chnrlcfl Mason of Chicago out In ten rounds. Mans great brewery at. Indianapo lis, long Idle, will be converted into a distillery. Former President drover Cloveland Is confined to his house with an at tack of rheumatism. Illinois nntl-departmcnt store bill of last legislature declared unconsti tutional by stato supreme court. Frank Doublcday will withdraw from tho Doubleday-McCluro In January to form another publishing company. Joseph yi. QUI of Colby, Kas has been confirmed by tho senate as Judge of tho northern dtstrlct of tho Indian territory....

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. — 2 January 1900

AFTEll FOliTY YEAllS. A TEXAN IS ARRESTED FOn OLD-TIME MURDER. John McDnnntd Itiltctt JmitM Mowntt In Srlf llirnis anil Tlion I'led from n aioli Wore tlio llr.mil of Uullt for Jinny Ytnra. To find a case BtrniiGcr than that of tho Stato of Tcxa3 vs. John McDon ald, charged with murder, which was recently stricken from tho docket of tho District Court of San Patricio County, one would havo to search through tho musty tomes of tho strongest fiction. To bo arrested and brought boforo a bar of Justlco to an swer to tho charge of murder under an Indictment found forty years anterior to tho day of trial, Is something that happens to but fow men, and that Is seldom recorded except between tho covers of a novel. Moro than fifty years ago a young CAPTAIN M'DONALD. man named John McDonald camo to this country from tho Orkney Islands nnd settled In what Is now San Pa tricio County, and engaged In stock raising. Surrounded by his young wlfo and sovoral prattling children ho pursued tho oven ten...

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. — 2 January 1900

TUESDAY, JAN. 2, 1900. 1IIA L BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year, cash In advance,.,.,,,,,,,,. ...... 11.25 Blx Months, cub In advance,.., 7S Gents' KatredatthNorthPlatte(Nbraaka)poitofneesi econd-fllass matter. Matt Daughertv, of Sidney, has been chosen to respond to the wel coming address by the governor of Texas and the mayor of Ft. Worth at the meeting of the National Live Stock Association iliis month, The grain production of Nebraska for last year was seventy-five mil lions of dollars. This is greater than the gold production of the United States for the same year. Nebraska ia not in nearly aB bad shape as the populint orators would have the country believe. The stock receipt at South Oma ha during the year just closed were the heaviest in the history of that stock center. The stock received during 1899 were as follows: Cattle 837,563, hogs 2,210,482. sheep 1,086, 319, horses and mules 103,5-13. The total valuation of this stock was over sixty millions of...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 2 January 1900

V ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, Ctmr Euitoii. TUESDAY, JAN. 2, 1900. H. J. Roth has rented tlic Win, Eves' house and will move into it this week. Walter Peale has returned from a short visit with his sister Mrs. 13. 13. Daker at Lexington. The members of Signet Chapter No. 55 0. 10. S. will tender Mrs. Win. Eves a farewell reception this afternoon. John Dcycrly will go to Kearney Friday to meet his brother Cbarlie whose Uncle Tom company will play there Saturday, G. W. Bowen came clown from Denver this morning to look after some business in connection with the estate of the late C. E. Osgood. Mr. and Mrs. Courtland Lee, who had been visiting relatives in the vicinity of Myrtle, returned to their home at Crab Orchard this morning. C. A. Redmond, Everett Evans, Arthur Strahorn and Ralph Ray returned to Lincoln this morning to resume their studies at the State University. The Misses Theresa. Ella and Evelyn O'Conuor, who had been spending New Year's here as the guests of their sister Mrs. N. Mc Ca...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 2 January 1900

HaK r InunnrUln'ri 11 rlimnf1 11HA TIT Ml) UIKVtjIUdlOS nuvoiibuio. X Dy Snunrd OopjtlRhled, ie08, by Ilobcrt Uonncr' CHAPTER H. Having gono tints far, Hob would not havo been a tnto boy had ho not look ed forward to this great chango in his Ilfo without moro or less eagerness nnd pleasure. And Hob was n truo boy. Ho wan a good boy, and a good scholar. Ho was the best runner, tho best foot ball player, and tho best swimmer in tho circle of boys In which ho was leader. Tho blood of splondld health counted through his volns. Ho was sturdy, strong and handsome. What boy such as this would not hail with delight n life in South America, with .prospects of adventures In wild nnd mysterious places. Mrs. Cleverdalo so far entered Into his hopos and plans, Hint nt last she becanio not only reconciled to tho part ing, but pleased nt It. It meant so much for tho boy nho dearly loved. Sho bolloved that her own Ilfo would not bo long, nnd sho was glad of this op portunity for Hob to And a homo w...

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