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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 6 July 1900

Nt-w Summer T.lnccrlo. It (s by tho cbolco of her umlcrllncn and tho taBto nnd care expended on tho details of the toilet that a really elegant woman Is distinguished. This elegance need not necessarily assert Itself by a profusion of fluffy lace flounces or extravagant embroideries. When ono knows how to select Ju diciously one can have pretty fine linen, well cut out and very simple, and easily Ironed, at prices within a moderate Income. Of course, If there Is no necessity to "count tho pennies," there s practically no limit to tho lovely things ono can buy, linens and laces so exquisitely dainty and flno that they can almost, like tho princess magic free!:, nlip through a wedding ring. Certainly tho new undergar ments shown In the shops arc, as a whole, beautiful to look upon, and an lrreslstlblo temptation; for all women who aro truly feminine find this de partment fascinating at all times, and never more so than now. Flno laces, embroideries, dainty headings, cam brics, linen l...

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. — 6 July 1900

I Local Nowb in Brief. Fred llartman is nursing a Bcvcrcly burned band due to tlic premature explosion of a dynamite fire cracker. A glass in the bay window of the First Nntional Bank wbb perfor ated Wednesday evening by a large sky-rocket which became erratic in its course. Barnes the Optician of Denver will be in North Platte, Monday the 9th, all the afternoon and evening. Rooms on the iloor of the Y. M. C. A. Charley Boguc had two teeth jarred loose and his mouth some what lacerated Tuesday night by a cannon firc-crackcr which some one threw near him. For Saw. My farm, four miles west of city; will be sold in 80 acre tracts or as a whole. Sec tnc for particulars. D. A. Bakkk. The temporary period of dullness in trade which always follows the Fourth of July is now being felt in town. The July pay-day will, how cycr, tend to liven business some what. P. II. McIOvoy, that warm ad mircr of Colonel B-yan, found it impossible to go u Kansas City at the last moment, much to his regret 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 July 1900

1 SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1900. NO. 48. f x ! mmwwitFwitfuntfwitr m m row w wjf roim m m HAYING TOOLS... ( MOWERS, Mrr.nrmirlr4 rakes. "IVVUI ,U1VI SICKLE GRINDERS, and repairs for same. Champion ISIks. ana repairs tor same. If AVCtntlA I HAY LOADERS. Keystone ) side deliverV rake. uaii ana see tnem. DAIN SWEEPS. OSBORNE RAKES. LIGHTNING HAY PHKSS, MACHINE OIL. JOS. HERSHEY. Locust St., North Platte, Neb. 1 PAINTS. A FULL LINE OF John W. Masury's Celebrated Paint ON SALE A'l Davis' Hardware Store. j jj When you get ready to paint your house, S 2 . call on us and let us sell you first-class j Paint at reasonable prices. 7aiUiU1YFiU1Uiil1!FiU1!riil1YFitFiil1YFiU1Yriik1TFiU1!Fiil1YFllii Populist Convention. The populists held their county convention at the court house Sat urday afternoon, the attendance of delegates being rather light. Tins principal business transacted wa i the selection of delegates to thj state, congressional, senatorial and represe...

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 July 1900

cimiuumMtiiinmuHHi j w ! Desert,, (Hnnniminuniu CHAPTER I. "Of courso, 'rare, palo Margaret's' namo will bo on tho list tomorrow: Has any ono present n ulnglo doubt on tho subject?" Tho speaker was a llttlo rcd-halrcrt girl, with a small, prottlly-tlntcd face, and a pair of curling, disdainful Hps. Sho was ono of a group of girls who Blood In tho quadrangle of tho Medical Col logo for Women In tho ancient city of Edinburgh. Ono of tho clnsscs was Just over, and tho students wero Ming out. "Why so positive on the subject, Totllo7" asked anothor student, a tall ind somowhat delicate-looking girl. "It Isn't always tho roost likely who pass." "Oh, but Margaret Crawford, you know!" exclaimed pert llttlo Tottlo, with an uplifting of her fair -ytbrowfl. "Why, tho professors all think she's unparallolcd In tho history of croatlonl Did you hear old Cormall yesterday, when Mary Cunnyngliamo kicked up that awful row? 'Ladles, I am nshamed of you ashamed of you!"' Miss Tottlo nodded her ruddy h...

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 July 1900

TRYING TO MAKE "A HIT." f Slio boy who is dancing a jig, i And the girl in the chorus who sings, And the man who exhibits a pig He ; was'tnught to do wonderful things Way dio disappointed, but still, in their hearts, they are hoping away To make the great thing which they call "A hit" Soma day. The poet who sciibble-t and sighs And squander his paper anil ink, Who cudgels his brain and who tries To think and cause others to think, May die disappointed, but still, in his heart, he is hoping away To sing out a song that will mako ",4 hit" iotiie day. The man who is daubing his paint On the canvas no other shall buy The mnn who with hunger is faint, Hut is never too lifcigry to try May die disappointed, but still, in his heart, he is hoping away lo lay on the lines that will make "A hit" Some day. The man who iswaving his arms Like a windmill churning tlm Has few of the orator's charr.. He may die disapnointcl, but still, in his heart, he is hopina away To deliver the words that will m...

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 July 1900

ftfte Jml-Wifely rllmttc. TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1900. IRA L BARB, Enixon and PnorniKTon 8Ul)BCnil'TION nATEB. One Year, cash In advance, 11.25 Hit Months, cash Id advance 75 Cents' EntrdlthNort!iI'itte(NbrM)poitofflc second-elan matter. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL, For President, WILLI AN McKINLBV. For Vlco.I'rcflldont, THKODOI.E ROOSEVELT. STATE, For Oovornor, CHARLES II. DIETRICH. For Lioutoniint Oovornor, ' E. P. SAVAGE, For Secretary of Stnto, (JEOROE W. MARSH. For f ronnuror. WILLIAM STEUFFER. For Auditor, CHARLES WESTON. For Attornoy Genoral, FRANK N. PROUT. For Lund Commlnionor, FRED D. FOLMER. For Sunt, of Public Instruction, ' V. K. FOWLER, Proflidontinl KlootorH. JOHN F. NESHITT, R. H. WINDHAM, EDWARD ROYSE, L. W. HAGUE, S. P. DAV OSON, JACOB L. JAUOBSON, JOHN L. KENNEDY', JOSEPH L. LANOER For ConuroBH, Sixtli DlHtrict, MOSES P. KINK A ID. COUNTY. For Counly Attornoy, II. H. 1.11X1 LEY. Towni:, the populist candidate for the democratic nomination for vice-president received 8'...

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. — 10 July 1900

if a:- WHAT WE SIT, WE DO. Wo have gathered together on our center tables, several broken lots o goods thafc we wish to turn into money before our August inventory. The prices we have put on these goods are such that they will not last long. The one price shows you just what you have paid over our counters for these goods and the other shows what you can buy them for from the 11th Day of July Until the 1st of August. After which date wo will chargo the old price for them. Don't delay your selections until they have all been picked over V7 .1 fi. Tan Shoes. Wc have placed on sale every pair of Men's Ladies' and Children's Tan Shoes in our stock at prices that will turn them into money. Wc do not want a pair of tan shoes in stock whon cold weather strikes us. Lot 1 Men's Russia Calf, latest style lasts, regular price $3.00, sale 0 A r price vP'J Lot 2 Men's Brown Box Calf, limita tion Tip, regular price 2.50, sale T Oc price M'J Lot 3 Men's Dark Chocolate Don gola, medium last, regula...

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. — 10 July 1900

JAPAN MM HAND Russia Gives to Government at Tokio Full Liberty of Action. JAPANESE fORCE TO 00 TO CHINA Native Christians Said to Have Heen Slaughtered In Thonsands Fersons Utility of Starting Insurrection Are to Ho Heheaded. LONDON, July 7. The Russian gov ernment nnnbunces that It will glvo Japan a free hand to apply military force In China. The tcrniB of this con Kcnt are summarized In the BUbJoInetl dispatch from St. Petersburg, under date of July C, In reply to an. Inquiry fom the Japanese cabinet regarding the dlBpatch of Japanese troops to China to render aid to the foreigners In Pekln. The Russian government declared that on May 27 that It left the Japa nese government full liberty of nctlon In this connection, as the Tokio cabi net expressed Its readiness to act in full agreement with other powers. It Is In consequence of this, no doubt, that Japan 1b preparing to cm hark 20,000 moro troops. Political considerations that were thought to have been numbing the ac tion 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 10 July 1900

J- I X III x 5k CAc Late Martin J. "Russell. Martin J. Russell, tho great Chicago xlltor, whose death was recorded last ffeok, exercised a wldo Influence In title affairs, In politics, In social life. By native talent, by Industry, by thrift, by honest endeavor, by loyalty to the Ideals which he had formed he pared his way to the position which he oo cuptod. Ho followed every path of duty as It lay before him. He was born in Chicago In 1645. When the civil war broke out he left his books tor tho battlefield. He accompanied his unci, Col. James A. Mulligan, to Mis souri, and was chosen second lieuten ant a year later. In 1862 Lieut. Rus sell was appointed assistant adjutant gonoral and served in that capacity until mustered out of service. In 1870 Mr. Russell began his Journalistic ca reer as a roporter for the Evening Post. Later he became a member of the editorial staff of tho Times, aJ In MARTIN J. RUSSELL. 1876 was made editor of the Telegram, a paper publishod by W. F. Storey. S...

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. — 10 July 1900

Local News in Brief, A. L. Armstrong will take pos session of his new house on Fifth street this week. J. S. Hinckley has about con. eluded to locate in Banner county and practice law. The Christian ladies' aid society will meet with Mrs. John LcMaatcrs "Wednesday, July 11th. The ladies' guild served several hundred people with ice cream at the court house park Saturday evening'. For Sam: My residence property two blocks west of the court house. For particulars sec inc. C. F. Thacv, Joseph Ilcrshey and family left Sunday night for Iowa City. "They expected to lcayc last Friday but were too late in reaching the depot. West bound freight traffic and empty coal, stock and refrigerator cars necessitate from fiye to seven! trains out of this station each afternoon. For Sam: My farm, four miles west of city; will be sold in 80 acre tracts or as a whole. Sec me for particulars. 1). A. Baker. R. J. Talbot living north of town was called to Kearney on Wednes day of last week by the funeral o...

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 July 1900

Jflortlt fjlaltc Jfe mi -Wittty (trilnme. SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 13; 1900. NO. 19. 4- 5 Y wwjtfwwwwwwww iw ur wtmrom Iff Iff wiwwwk HAYING TOOLS.,. in -1 (MOWERS, ITUAjUI 1"VSICKLE GHINDERS. and repairs for same. I 1111111111111 S orn oii,i id and repairs for same. lAVCtntlA I HAY LOADERS, Key sione side deli verv rake. Call and see them. DAIN SWEEPS. OSBORNE HAKES. LIGHTNING HAY PRKSS, MACHINE OIL. JOS. HERSHEY. Locust St., North Platte, Neb. saiuwium ""'Sat fc: allowed for 25. Z -m A Y-mTfi 7 5 Commissiont - A FULL LINE Olf g John W. Masury's H Celebrated Paint ON SALE AT. Dayis' Hardware Store. When you get ready to paint your house, call on us and let us sell you first-class fe g Paint at reasonable prices. iUilFlli1ffl!rilH!Fill1ffill1!riU1!FiU1!riU1!riU1!flllMriui o " r o r " r o r r r r o " "B o After a Good Dinner, 9 2 )L.' Only A smoke is in order tine cigars form a propc semiel to a feast, as other wise the attcrmatn would mm' lio nlimuuto nf ...

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 July 1900

113 erTctccwurj iisiTniicaivtEe icr cycr. who rrjexr qravo- dbcftlirir sfj WxHook allow "No I can't sit down. Juat ran In to boo you a minute. What aro you doing?" Nod Hazard bent to look at the medallion ovor which his sinter's tiny cnmol'B hair brush was suspended. "Jovo! what a beauty! A portrait really? Who Is sho?" "Mlas Sllvcrton or Evanston. This Is to be a gift to hor flanco from ono of his friends n wedding gift. Sho Ih In the sccrot. I worked from a photo graph until last week, when sho gavo mo a olttlng. She lu to be hero for an other today." Annlo Hazard, n little, alender, clf lockcd sprlta, onvolopcd In a big paint ing apron, with n paletto on thumb, looked up to road approvnl In tho cyc3 of tho gigantic young brother who tow ered ovor her. Ho had taken tho mo d.illlon up In his palm, and was look ing down upon It with something brooding In his gaze a glnnco of ten der prophecy. "You think It good?" 'Stunningly good. I didn't think It v.us In you, Nan!" A Hash of' ploa...

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. — 13 July 1900

Rome Day. 6(111 on tho lips of oil we question The linger o( Clod's sllcnco Hen: Will tho lost hnnds In ours bo folded? Will tho shut eyelids ever rise? O friend, no proof beyond tho ycarnlnif This outreach of our hearts wo need: God will not mock tho hopo Ho glvoth; No lovo Ho prompts shall vainly plead. Then let us stretch our hands In dark ncss. And call our loved one's o'er nnd o'er: Somo day their nrms shall closo about us, And the old voices rpcak once more. John Clroon'.caf Whlttlcr. THE LITTLE SOCIETY APRON. Tho little apron made Its debut In London society at an afternoon affair given by Miss Paget, tbo girl who Is the reigning beauty of tho debutanto season. Tho apron was worn by the fair hostess herself and was so bo comlngly managed that, straightaway, sixteen of London's most excluslvo women went homo and fashioned apron llko It. Think not tho apron of cambric, lco, lawn an that was o r lace. It was taf feat, an old-fashioned apron such as grandmother wore. Dut of cours...

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. — 13 July 1900

FRIDAY, JULY 13, lOOO. 1IIAL BARE, Editoh and PnorniKTon BUI)80nirTION I1ATKB. One Year, cash In advance, M.M flit Months, cash In advance 75 Cents' KntredltbKnrtbI'tKUe(HBbriiikit)poatofflotR second-class matter. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL, Vor President, WILLI AN McKINLKV. For Vieo-I'roflidont, Til I30DOHB UOOSEVKLT. STATE. For Oovornor, (JHAHLKS II. DIKTKICII. For Lieutenant Oovornor, 13. P. HAVACJK, For Hoorotnry of Htato. (JKOIMJK W. MAKSll. For Tromniror. WILLIAM 8TBUFFKK. For Auditor, (JIIAHLES WESTON. For Attornoy Oonornl, Fit AN K N. PKOUT. For Land Commiflionor, FRED D. FOLMBK. For Sunt, of I'ubllo Instruction, W. K. KOWIiEIl. Presidential ElootorH. JOHN F. NESHITT, K. IJ. WINDHAM, EDWARD ROYHE, L. W. HAOUE, 8. P. DA VI I 'SON, JACOII L. JALOHSON, JOHN L. KENNEDY, JOSEPH L. LANOER. For ConRrcBfl, Sixth District, MOSES P. KINKA1D. COUNTT. For County Attornoy. II. S. HIDGLEY. Tiiuri: arc nine presidential tickets in the field at present, and it otiirlit therefore be easy lo...

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. — 13 July 1900

I Wedding Presents s and Novelties. s & & 8 Wc have a fine line ol g & Kancy Articles suitable & $ for Wedding Gifts Vases g Clocks, Catidclabras,Uak- $ ing UiBhcH, Cut Glass and $ tf Sterling' Silver pieces. ks $ Don't forijct that we carry $ V DltVCICB III HIIICK ill HriCCS V 8 Hint arc rmht. J? S 2 U T. Watch Examlnor Clinton, a in TUB JEWKLKit. $ FRIDAY, JULY 13. 1900. Jo, Hcrshcy is home from a brief visit in the cast. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joa. Casey is reported dangerously ill today. The popular thing to do to-morrow afternoon will be to go to the ball game. It will be a quarter well spent. W, II. C. Woodhurst came in from the cast last evening. Next Monday he will leave for a two weeks trip in the Dlack Hills country. Supt. Cunningham has been en gaged to supervise the construction of the water plant at the cemetery, which means that the work will be well done. How about a Straw or Linen Hat? Prices for Straw Hats as low as five cents and upwards. Po...

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. — 13 July 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IK A U DAUB. Proprietor. TKKMS) tl. IN ADVANOK. NORTH PLATTE NKBBASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. I Franco is going to Bend two more cruisers to China. Sir Thomas Farrcl, tho famous sculptor, died at Dublin. General Wood has sent In a long list of deaths from yellow rover. Tho Oregon cannot bo repaired at Port Arthur. Tho dock Is too small. An electric car ht Webster, Mass. A otcep grade. Thrco men fatally hurt. Tho social democrat of Connecticut named their stato olllccrB at cNw Ha ven. Tho Christian Endeavorcrs were lato In getting started from New York. General .Inmont has passed up hlo job as Inspector general of iho French army. Charles Hlgglns, assistant general passenger agent of tho Santa Fo road, Is dead. Tho Coal Kxchango storo at Scran ton, Pa., went up In smoke. Loss, 1125,000. Tho Arlnns of Brooklyn won the Kaiser Wllhclm prlzo In tho Brooklyn Saengerfcst. Tho British aro running up against heavy roads In tho march to tho relief of KumnHsl. The Durllngt...

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. — 13 July 1900

X 1 Bjeptorcr "Returns. Androw J. Stono, the great Arctic explorer, has Just returned to New York from a 3,000-inllo sled Journey over the ico and snow of tho great Northwest, the most remarkablo Jour ney In tho annals of Arctic travels. On this Journey Mr. Stono mndo many Important discoveries In animal life, as well as In tho geography of the country. Ono of the results of his work has been tho changing of the Arctic coast lino of North America. Few men, If any, havo so ported a knowlcdgo of tho larger wild anl mals of tho west, north and north west ns Mr. Stone. A. J. Stone. ti0 has studied tho animals of theso vast and Inaccessible regions for years; ho has traveled more of their country, and visited moro of them In their own natlvo homes than nny living man. "Ho has had tho courago to penetrate tho most forbidding regions and suffer tho de privations ono must oxporlonco in' order to study theso animals from life. The result of this work Is found In many and Important forms of a...

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. — 13 July 1900

Local News in Brief, The steel front tor the Kosu building was received yesterday and is being placed in position. Orilla Oilman will entertain a large number of her young friends at a lawn party tomorrow evening. Home grown green corn haB made its appearance in the local market and sells for fifteen cents a dozen. For Sam: My horse and buggy. Inquire of mc tor price. C. M. Newton. The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth StcbbiiJB was conducted Tuesday afternoon by Rev. Bcccher( a large concourse of friends attending. A letter received at this office from Judge Grimes states that the party of which he is a member is having a very enjoyable vacation ncarGruebc, Wyo. Redwood Stock Tanks for sale. Best on earth. Sizes 0 to 10 feet. C. 1 Idihnoh. 1. S. Robbing and II. A. Robb, of Wallace, were in town yesterday makinir final proof on their home steads, Corn promises a good yield in that section. About a dozen couple of young people held a picnic at Lampiugh'o lake last evening, and succeeded in p...

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. — 17 July 1900

Bktk SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PiATTE, NEBRASKA.. TUESDAY, JULY IT, 1900. NO. 50. V .v. Ml rwwwrnFwwtfFwww w HAYING TOOLS... u r i (MOWERS, McCorniicki rakes, 1T1VVA1 IHIUl SICKLE GRINDERS, and repairs for same. Champion jgSSSSk ) HAY LOADERS f SIDE DELIVERY RAKE. Call and see them. DAIN SWEEPS. OSBORNE RAKES, LIGHTNING HAY PHESS, MACHINE OIL. Locust St., North Tlattc, Neb. jiuiuu Jit jujuuumuiu m 1 PAINTS. A FULL LINE OF John W. Masury's Celebrated Paint ON SALE AT. I Davis' Hardware Store. H: When you get ready to paint our house, i call on us and let us sell you first-class : j Paint at reasonable prices. I After a Good Dinner, in i HENRY MHLTEMHTH, 9 TH E QU ESTION b often asked, What Paint shall we ue? , THE ANSWER '. If you are looking (or covering capacity, wearing qualities, general appearance, and The Sherivn-IVluams Paint. Omn Kbit, LCOhf Best, Wears longest, Most Economical, Full Neasurn BRUSHES, COLORS IN OIL, HOUSE 4. COACH VARNISHES. A. F. STREITZ, O. F. IDDINQ8 L-amToer, ...

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. — 17 July 1900

B4Cii'iA,a'i'ra'attac.m'rr.m In th eseti CHAPTER II. Whon Mnrgarot entered tlio Httlo Blttlng-room, allotted to licr by her landlady In Spottlswoodo street, It ap peared to her no If sho wcro In n new world, breathing n now air. How dull and dingy that Blttlng room had looked to her formorly, with its droary noutral-tlntcd papor, Its faded carpot, Ita shabby haircloth sofa and chairs! Now It might almost havo been paradlso, so bright and Joyous wcro the eyes that looked round on It. Margaret sat down by the llttlo round tablo and covered her eyes with her hand. "I thank Thee. O God!" Tho whis per camo from tho very depth of her soul, and Margaret Crawford believed In God with all hor ooul. "Thou has been good good to mo. Thou has given mo tho beat of all earthly gifts." Tho door behind hor opened abrupt ly, and Margaret looked up with a ctart as her landlady, a somewhat vinegary spinster, cntorcd. "You'ro In, Miss Crawford? 1 didn't know what to do about that telegram; It camo Just ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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