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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 16 March 1900

Teachers for Country Schools. In a recent article on tho teaching of agriculture In tho public schools, wo named as one of tho obstacles, the lack of qualified teachers. That Is ono of tho greatest flaws In our present district school system and Is tho chief cause of what some of tho older gen eration call "tho decay of our common schools" though It Is tho natural re sult of changed conditions. Our New England fathors and mothers toll us that In tho daya of their youth "teaching country school" was a more honored calling than lt'Is today. Money was scarco then and the number of occupations outsldo ot farming was limited. Tho .compensa tion was not largo, less than half tho Bum paid In most country districts now, but a dollar then meant moro and went further. Tho farms of sixty and seventy years ngo were little in dependencies whereon raw materials wore manufactured Into' foods and fabrics for homo consumption, tho sur plus being converted into tho cash needed for taxes, postage, and...

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. — 16 March 1900

Local News in Brief. Tlie assessors will bold tlicir an nual meeting- at the court house on Tuesday. Rumors of weddings after East er begin to float around and some of them seem to have BOtne founda tion. Eugene Picard has purchased from W. S, Pcniston a lot, in Block twelve of Pcniston's Addition and will soon erect a residence thereon. Several of the city teachers are planning to attend the meeting of the nationsl educational associa tion which will be held in Charles ton, S. C. Quite a good many acres of wheat were put in during the early part of the week and the farmers area unit in declaring that the ground is in prime condition for planting. Joseph Schatz has commenced building a very cozy little cottage on the lot just west of his residence and Dame Rumor says that it ib intended for a post-Easter bride. The Wilcox Department Store having granted its cashier. Miss Anna Von Goctz, leave of absence from June 1st to September desires a lady to fill the position during that time....

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. — 20 March 1900

SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, MARCH . 20, 1900. NO. 16. 1 f 71 RUSH & MURRAY, GROCERS, Are now located in the Foley block and invite the atten tion of buyers to their stock of Fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Qucensware, Etc. Though quoting no prices in this ad, they guarantee us low prices as any firm in town, insure first quality goods and prompt de livery, and solicit trial orders from those who are not al ready customers. Special attention is called to the Sleepy Eye Flour which is sold on the following broad guarantee Have a sack sent home and if it is not the finest you have ever used, your money will be cheerfully refunded and you may keep the flour. Dwiiiell & Wright's High Grade Coffee, (Boston roasted) a superior brand of coffee for custom ers who like the best: and none is better or gives more general satisfaction than this brand. Queensware and Glassware.... A well selected stock, embracing dinner sets-'and odd pieces, neat and attracti...

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. — 20 March 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. JltA I 1IAHK, Proprietor. TRRMS: $1.25 IN ADVANCE. NORTH PLA I'TH NEBUABKA. THE NEWS JN BRIEF. Iowa Unitarians nro holding thelT annual session at Sioux City. Salutes wero flrcd In Havana In honor of Secretary Root on his arrival there. Tho western Pennsylvania and east ern Ohio traffic association has decided to mako an advanco lu coal rates. The Gocb'el assassin reward bill for 1100,000 has beconio a law by tho ap proval of Democratic Govornor Beck ham. At Springfield, S. D,, Rev. Charlei Sccombo, one of tho pioneer mission aries of tho northwest, Is dead. la was aged 83. Of tho total production of Dcssemor rails In 1899 Pennsylvania made 1,224, 807 tons and other states tnndo 1, 01C.9G0 tons. Congressman O. A. Boutolle of Malno has so for recovered from his recent Illness that ho has decided to seek reflection. It Is reliably reported that recent Inundations In the department of Ma quanda, Peru, havo caused losses to property estimated at 300,000. Mrs. L....

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. — 20 March 1900

THE HELIOGRAPH IN The heliograph Is by no means a modern Invention. Although it has been a good dear spoken or during the present South African campaign and Is generally looked upon as one of the mechanical marvels of the nine teenth century, the fundamental Idea Of using the sun's rays for writing Is a old as the Roman emplro Itself. Every Btudcnt of the classics will remember how tho old Itoman soldiers used their shields for flashing back Information to the rear or from ono wing of an armyto another. Tho heli ograph Is practically the same system of sun flashing reduced to a scientific basts so that tho message may be transmitted a distance of from flvo to even 100 miles when the circum stances nro favorablo. Tho military value of the hollo Graphic method of transmitting In formation may bo readily Imagined. Its first advantngo Is Its cxtremo sim plicity. It does not necessitate tho keeping open of lines of communica tion, thero are no wires to protect, no batteries to look attar...

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. — 20 March 1900

Site tml-WffM! SrUrotw. TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900. IRAI4 BAIIE, Editor and Proprietor auiisomt'TioN rates. One Year, cnnhln advance,. ti.li Six Months, cash In advance 15 Gents" Entered nltheNorthrintteNbrikn)potofflcas lacoDil-clant matter. REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET. For Mayor, II. S. WHITE. For Clerk, GREELEY BUNDY. For Treasurer, ROBERT SIIUMAN. For City Engineer, 0. P. ROSS. For Councilman 1st Ward, C. P. DAVIS. For Councilman 2d Ward C. F. IDDINGS. For Councilman 3d Ward, L. B. ISENITART. For Members Board of Education, B. L. ROBINSON, J. 10. WEEKS. Tho Republican City Ticket. The city ticket nominated by the republican convention is one which commends itself to the voters, and it will receive a large majority on election day. II S. White, the nominee for mayor, is vitally inter ested in the welfare of the city, is a thorough business man, and as the chiei executive of the city will apply the same methods of careful ness in the transaction of the busi ness of the city as he would in...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 20 March 1900

LATEST OUT! 1 8 8 I g THE JEWELER. tfi U. P. "Watch Exnmlnnr. Chain Purses, S New Style Girdles, Hat Pins, Belt Buckles, $ Dog Collar Belts, sj Pompadour Combs, Bang Combs, $ Side Combs, g And all the LATEST $ Novelties in our win- clow. ' Clinton, & ANNIE 0, KRAMPH, City Editor. TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beck return lliis morning from Council Bluffs. H. L-. Walsh attended the demo cratic state convention at Lincoln yesterday. The central circle of the Christian ladies' aid society will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. K. 13. Northrup. Jaifios M. Hay, Lawyer, M. Schlesinger, who haJ been transacting business in town for.a couple of days, returned to Gothen burg this morning. The latest ideas in the millinery art will be ready for inspection in a few days at the Fair. J. 13. Bush and his children re turned this morninir from Council Bluffs. Mr. Bush's parents accotn panicd them and will remain here for several weeks. Mrs. A. L. Armstrong is having carpenters fi...

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. — 20 March 1900

KING DON: A STORY OF MILITARY LIFE IN INDIA. ....BY VlftVOR ALLAN CHAPTER I. Don Gordon camo out of the mess room of tho regiment at Rawal Plndi nnd, vaultlnR tho horse hs nnttvo serv ant Held in readiness for him, took his and nobler woman than tho thought less, somewhat heartless maiden of the past. Tno Interest sho had manifested In his Don's convalescence nnd his ca- wnv through tho balmy Indian spring recr nttoeothpr. lnnt Imnptua to the cvonlng toward tho pretty bungalow of thought that sho would not rofuao him whilst she blushed deeper than over, Ins served Lllllo broko ths somewhat awkward illnco which had fallen upoa her visitor and herself by saying sotto voce: "I think one thing that makc3 one appreciate Indian llfo Is to h.vo one's comforts nttended to as Ume natives do It. Really, wo cannot rely upon such faithful service from our own countrymen." It was tho keynote for Don'a wait ing eloquence. "That's rather rough on present company, Is It not?" ho objected. "You know...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 20 March 1900

r a. 1 s 1 v L ft. ...T0 MYOWN. jit edwis j,. tumrfi trtir iqulrrel lies bid In bis hollow tree, Alt wrnppod In his long, soft tnll; i'Iio rnbblt la snugglod ns snug oan bo In bis borao'nonth tho old fonco mil; Tlio pnrtrldgo Is only n bunch of down Wboro thickest tbo nrohlng brush Thoy In tbo torcst nnd wo In tbo town, 11119b, my boney-boy, hush. trim flold-mouso curls In n volrct bnll Fnr under tbo dond swnmp grass; In bis hOlo by tbo tror.on watorfnll Tlio mink dronma oft ot tbo bass; And every chick ot tho ground nnd air la ouddled In bnvon deop Mo horo, In tbo glow ot tbo firelight fair, Bloop, toy honoy-boy, sleep, Tbo north wind romps with tho whirling ' snowi Bly Jack Frost nosos about; Rut wood nnd flold are nbod for no, Not even tho owl Is out. And hero, whore tho raotborkln'a broasc I) wnrm, And motherkln's arms nro tight, Safo from tho snow nnd tho frost nnd storm, Qood-nlght, honoy-boy, good-night. Saturday Evening Post. 03300000300000000000000000 8 A LAWYER'S STORY. JO...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 20 March 1900

Local News in Brief. The ladies' aid society of the Lutheran church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. C. Fcdcrhoof next Thursday afternoon. Sheriff Kclihcr left this morning for Lincoln with Charles Blakcslce who will spend a year in the peni tentiary for robbing Union Pacific freight care. Judge Grimes and Reporter Cary will rro to Chanocli next week o where the former will hold a term of district court. Several North Platte attorneys will also go up. Dan McAleese, of Sidney, spent a short time in town yesterday while enroute to- Lincoln to attend the democratic state, convention. He wanted it distinctly understood that he is a democrat and not a populist. A motion to dissolve the injunc tion against Sheriff Kclihcr, which enjoins him from turning over any of the Gus Heckler property to Mrs, Heckler on account of exemptions claimed by her, is being heard by Judge Grimes today. Wanted A girl to ;.do general housework, F. J. Gkau. W. H. Kiln.lt iek, one of the members of. the firm of ...

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. — 23 March 1900

Wkt Jtorth BMt Jlemi -Wittty Unburn, SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. NO. IT. 71 62 RUSH & MURRAY, GROCERS, Are now located in the Foley block and invite the atten tion of buyers to their stock of Fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Queenswarc, Etc. Though quoting no prices in this ad, they guarantee us low prices as any firm in town, insure first quality goods and prompt de livery, and solicit trial orders from those who are not al ready customers. Special attention is called to the Sleepy Eye Flour which is sold on the following broad guarantee Have a sack sent home and if it is not the finest you have ever used, your money will be cheerfully refunded and you may keep the flour. Dwinell & Wright's High Grade Coffee, (Boston roasted) a superior brand of coffee for custom ers who like the best; and none is better or gives more general satisfaction than this brand. Queensware and Glassware.... A well selected stock, embracing dinner sets an...

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. — 23 March 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. 1KA I ItAUK. l'roprletor. TEItMS: $1.23 IN ADVANCE. N0RT1I PL A I'TE NK1JUASKA. In cnso thcro la a slump In tho dia mond buslncss.Ccell Rhodes might And employment In tho museums as tho 10,000,000 prlzo benuty. They have put n St. Louis man In Jail on n charge of Insanity hecauso ho believes he Is In hell. Tho only trou blo with that poor fellow Is that ho'a too candid. Kidding tho heart of mallco docs not In Itself freo tho hands from cruelty. A man may act cruelly from malice, but he may act Just as cruelly from sheer coldness. Ho that would bo kind must not only bo dollvorcd from tho spirit of hate, ho must bo filled with tho spirit of love. If tho hands arc never to bo cruel, tho heart must novor be cold. In tho enterprising city of Duonos Ayrcs nutomohllo carriages nro no uncommon sight, In tho form both of private vehicles and of delivery wa gons. Cyclo roads now radlato from Buenos Ayrcs to a dlstanco of sixty und seventy miles In tho surrounding coun...

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. — 23 March 1900

I vim m)i Good and Strong Words that Republi cans Ought to Heed. nEvSPONSlMLITIES TO BE PACED. Ringing Words on Trim Urpulilloin'Mii Experience of tlio Vnnt Should Ilo n Uuldo fur tlio Future Only llnnent and Cnpublo Men Should lie Honored With lMuco. (From the Nebraska State Journal.) Tlio decision for tin early convention for nominating nil candidates for state and county o'fflcors, Including mombors of tho legislature, brings the republi cans of this county face to face with important responsibilities that must bo dealt with within tho next thirty days. Tho experiences of tho last session of tho legislature havo taught tho peoplo of Lancaster county tho abso lute necessity of sending somo strong men and trustworthy men to represent them In the legislature. In tho last legislature adequuto leadership was lacking to a painful degreo on tho republican sldo of tho house. A sufficient number of republicans, somo of thorn from Lancaster county, got Into the habit of bolting tho deci si...

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. — 23 March 1900

FRIDAY, MAKCII 23, 1900. 1RAL BARE, Editor ad PnorBiKTon BUBSOBIPTION BATES. One Year, cash In advance,. 11.25 fllx Uonthi, cub In ulvano 75 OtnU' nUrdHhNotthPlatU(KbrMk)poatoffle cond-olaiimatUr. KWUSMCAtf CXTT TICXET, For Mayor, II. S. WHITE. For Clerk, GREELEY DUNDY. For Treasurer, ROBERT SI1UMAN. For City Engineer, C. P. ROSS. For Councilman 1st Ward, C. P. DAVIS. For Councilman 2d Ward C. F. IDDINGS. For Councilman 3d Ward. h. B. ISENHART. For Members Board of Education, B. L. ROBINSON, J. E. WEEKS. Is election. For several years past the fusion majority has been dimin ishing', and this year a strong re- ublican candidate will have, in our pinion, a fair chance to win. Dur- ng the past y.car there has been a slump to the republican party all through the district, and with the general feeling of dissatisfaction among the better class of populists in regard to the dcmo-populiat alliance, there is ground for hopes f republican success. Ab we un derstand it" there are no avowed can...

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. — 23 March 1900

LATEST OUT! 1 rimin Pi i 8 VIIU1II X UlOUOy New Style Girdles, Hat Pins, Belt Buckles, Dog Collar Belts, Pompadour Combs, Bang Combs, Side Combs, And all the LATEST $ Novelties in our win- 5 dow. Clinton, THE JEWKLEK. U P. Watch Examlnor. W. Notice. Everyone should hear Max Ben- dlx at Lloyd's opera house Satur day, March 24. Admission 50 and 35 cents Tickets to the Dendix concert at the Council Bluffs, Iowa, on the 1st sold for 51.00. ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, Citt Editor. FKIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. The Methodist ladies will hold their annual tair in Lloyd's opera house April 20th. Remember the date. A petition is being circulated having in view the nomination of A. F. Strcitz for city treasurer. It is receiving many signatures. The latest ideas in the millinery art will be ready for inspection in a few days at the Pair. Chas. W. Burklund, of Sutber land, was numbered among the men who were doing business in town yesterday. James M. Hay, Lawyer, Mrs. Robt. Arundale expects to leave before lon...

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. — 23 March 1900

( I AT THE CONCERT. "It has been a mistake," said Nathan Taussig. "It has been a bitter mis take. I cannot sco how cither of us over mado It. But tho sooner wo rc trlovo It, tho better. Perhaps, nftor nil, I havo not qulto rulnod yotir life, though you scorn to think that I havo. Ab for myself, I defy you to ruin my life. No woman shall do that, nor man, cither." "Oh, no!" Interposed his wlfo scorn fully, "no ono could ruin your llfo. You aro too Independent nnd too sel fish. Ono could lavish ono's b03t lovo on you nnd you would never know It. Ono could hato you and you would not care. I liavn been angry and out of iiympathy with you for weeks at n tlmo, and you did not oven suspect It. I'm tired to tho soul of Urlng with a galvanized mummy." "Of course," responded Taussig, smilingly, "you naturally would bo. Therefore, lot us separato without further dolay. A dlvorco Is not neces sary. I shall havo no further use for matrimony, nnd, as for you, 1 know your scruples much too well to...

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. — 23 March 1900

I FOR HOME AND WOMEN ! ' ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS' AND MATRONS. Uotrn of Gray FonUrd Spring Moilel for Street Cottumo Diet and Color The Kind of Food to KM for at Bright Complexion. When You and I Were Young, Maggie (Old Favorite Series.) I wandered to-day to tho hill, Moggie, To watch tho scene below; Tho creek, and tho creaking old mill, Maggie, Ab we used to long ago, Tho green grovo Is gono from tho hill, Haggle, 'Where llrst tho daisies Bprung, Tho creaking old mill Is still, Muggle, Slnco you and I wero young. And now wc are aged nnd gray, Maggie, And the trials of life nearly done; Let us sing of tho days that aro gone, Maggie, When you nnd I were young. A city so silent nnd lone, Mnggle, Where the young, nnd the gay, nnd tho best, In polished white mansions of stone, Maggie, Havo each found a placo of rest, Is built whero tho birds used to play, Maggie, And Join In tho songs that wero sung; Tor we sang as gay as they, Magglo, When you nnd I wero young. They say I am fccbl...

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. — 23 March 1900

1 local News in Brief. ( Morris Jones lias gone to Chi cago to look over the liorsc market with a view of Bhiphing fiomc there. Seed wheat for sale. Inquire of Geo. W. Eves. J. E. Kelly, who has been buying horses in this vicinity, shipped a carload to. Indiauola, Iowa, Tuesday.- Mrs. D. II. Hagg, of Lincoln, organizer of the ladies' auxiliary to the O. R. C. spent yesterday in town organizing the local lodge. Richard Grant came in from Lin coln yesterday afternoon for the purpose of consulting with the school board concerning the new high school plans. Eggs 10 cents a dozon at Wilcox Department Store. Mr, Edward Tyler and Miss Ellen 13. Childers were united in marriage Tuesday afternoon by Judge Baldwin. The young people arc both residents of Kcm Pre cinct, Win. Wilkinson, who has been employed in the dry goods depart ment of the Wilcox Department Store, expects to lave next week for a brief visit in Abilene. From there he will go to Indian Terri tory where he expects to locate. Sp...

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. — 27 March 1900

All SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1900. NO. 18. ( IS RUSH & MURRAY. GROCERS, Are now located in the Foley block and invite the atten tion of buyers to their stock of Fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Quccnsware, Etc. Though footing no prices in this ad, they guarantee as low "prices as any firm in town, insure first quality goods and prompt de ' livery, and solicit trial orders from those who are not al ready customers. Special attention is called to the Sleepy Eye Flour which is sold on the following broad guarantee Have a sack sent home and if it is not the finest you have ever used, your money will be cheerfully refunded and you may keep the flour. Dwinell & Wright's High Grade Coffee, (Boston roasted) a superior brand of coffee for custom ers who like the best: and none is .better or gives more general satisfaction than this brand. Queensware and Glassware.... A well selected stock, embracing dinner sets and odd pieces, neat and attrac...

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. — 27 March 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IUA I.. HA UK, Proprietor. TEHMSt (1.2S IN ADVANCE. NORTH PL ATT 12 NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Jealousy li tho compliment wc pay to our Btipcrloiu. An electrical omnibus lino began op cratlon In Berlin. Tho church cannot bo measured without Its cornerstone. America needs Rood parents even more than good polltlcH. Hell Is n hole with n great big en trance, but a very small pit. Truth may be bruised and laid up, but It novcr gets heart fnlluro. John P. Gowcy, of Washington, Unit cd Stntcs general consul at Yokohama, Is dead. Tho report of tho minority volco In tho heart should ntwnya bo given n hearing. Pndorewskl has left tho city of Mex ico after a moat sticcccasful sorlcs of performances. Suit has been commenced by the sugar trust to test tho constitution itllty of tho war tnx. Connecticut trolley lines last year carried 59,081,702 passengers and the Blcam lines 50,209,408. A largo conflrngntion destroyed flvo business Iiouucb at Carbondnle, 111., wll'i a...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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