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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 30 October 1896

THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-"WEEKL TRIBUNE FRIDAY: EVENING, OCTOBER 80, 1896. CITY NEWS. The Bachelor Maids' Club will hold its first meeting- at the guild houseMonday evening". Tram No. 4 came iu two sec 2 went tionslast night and No. out of this station this morning in two parts. W. T. Wilcox was storm-stayed . in the south part of the county yesterday, where he had gone the day before to make a political speech. 4 Tiirfo-f Nv?llr nri? .Affnrnfv Parsons returned this mornig from the west end of the state where thev made several free silver speeches. It is reported that Governor Holcombjwill be one of the speak ers at the free silver meeting to be held in this city nextMonday even ing. Senator Hoagland has been making speeches in the west part of the district this week. It is quite probable the stormy weather interferred considerably with his work. The celerity with which the snow was removed from the side walks in the business portion of town this morning was creditable to the property ...

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 November 1896

V 4- ortlt We Tot. in. ffOETE PLATTE, BEBRABKA, THESDAI EYMDfG OYEIBER 2. 1896. Whether SALE ,1 4 . "4 I M5f Slaughter! Slaughter! Slaughter! We have ot to make room for our immense line of Eall Goods and for that reason will sell all of our goods at marvel ous low prices lower than ever known in Western Nebraska. Now is Your Chance! We positively will allow no one to wadei'sell ns. Comparison solicited. Goods freely shown. in '1111.1 fl I MM 1 TT f T SE, WEBER & VOLLMER, PROPS. -Jfo. 3496- First National Bank, XOKrf JPZ.JVTTE, IViSB. CAPITAL - - $50,000. SURPLUS, $22:500: H.S-Wfeite, - - - President P. A. Mile, - - - Ice-Pres't Artfcwr McNamara, - CasMer. A jreaeral banking- business transacted. There's no Use! You can't find in these United States the Equal of the Genuine Beckwitk Round Oak, You may tiy; you'll get left. Kerne mberr it's the combination of good points that makes the Perfect Stoye. That's where we get the IMITATIONS. They can't steal the whole stoye. They steal...

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. — 3 November 1896

IRA Ij -EARE, Editor ad Pkopkietor SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year, cash in advance, $1.25. Six Months, cash In advance 75 Cento. Entered attheKorthPlatte(Nebraska)poBtofflceaa s econd-class matter. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1896. WHICH DID SHE ITEM HOW MEMBERS OF A RUKAL PAKTY GOT TO MORALIZING. Elihu Undertook to Show tho Hired Man. and Other Members of II is Family How Easy It Is to Rob the Unsophisticated. The Result Wasn't Jnst as lie Calculated. It was a truly rural party that waited in harrowing suspense for tho train which was to leave in two or three hours. They had been to a fair, and in their periods of comparative re pose passed tho time recounting their experiences and observations. "I can't ho'p beiu anxious," the old gentleman said apologetically to a gato tender. "Ye see, thero ain't nobody to home, an somebody up in our country is developm a ter" bio appetite for Leg horn chickens, which is my specialty. I don't like the idee of stayin here over night, dodgin bunko steerers...

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. — 3 November 1896

JOOD GOETHE FIEKD PfEW YORK'S "FIREPROOF SKY- SCRA'FEBS mnE A HOLOCfllBBBT: Onco "'.Veil eitsrtetl a CwBCaartion lgk Wipe Out tke Best Part ar tba iaani n Section -Too Sleeli Iran, feys Chief af Kre Department Sar. j New York's besiaess mm iki that part of tbe city that fixriocoF the newest of Bsodera fireproof buildings is in. great daeger of being wiped eat by fees. Capitalists who fcraich tbe Moccy thst j pays ior erectmg t aew txukoBgs (4o cot seem to realize this fact, aUhrapgfe the veteran chief cf ihe fire den&rtaaeB- reiterates this statement about caoe n r year, Head vrht he -wars. "That a big section of lr-xr Hew York some day will be wiped cat by Sre is probable if existing ccmauoas ooB-iaae," Fite Chief Bghcct said to a .Frees reporter. There conditions are the height o the ballerina-;, tbe at&terial used in their eouatmcdon, tbe oairouiiCfg cf tbo streets ad the inadequacy of the water spir it is a favesite argunecnt that if 'went caare to worst, buildings ahead...

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. — 3 November 1896

DEATH OF MRS. HAEBIKGTOH. After an illness of ten days, Mrs. M. C. Harrington died at twelve o'clock last niirlit. The cause of death of this most estimable lady was a comolication of diseases A. brought about by child-birth To the indulgent husband and other relatives the heartfelt sym pathy of the entire community will so forth. In the death ot Mrs Harrington North Platte loses one of its most estimable, popular and generous ladies, one whose place in our midst it will be difficult to fill. Owing to the short time elapsing between the death of Mrs. Harring ton and the time at which this paper went to press, no particulars as to the funeral a could be learned, nor could a fitting memorium be prepared for this issue. A slowly raising temperature is predicted for this locality to-day and to-night. P. A. White returned the earlv part of the week from a business trip to Dawson county. Bob Fitzsimmons, the pugilist, accompanied by Julian, his backer, passed west on last train. evening- ...

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 November 1896

Jtflttft NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 6, 1896. NO. 93 YOL. XU. c GREAT Slaughter! Slaughter! We have got to make room for our immense line of Pall Goods and for that reason will sell all of our goods at marvel ous low prices lower than ever known in Western Nebraska. Now is Your Chance! We positively will allow no one to undersell us. Comparison solicited. Goods freely shown. SHI Mil HOUSE, WEBER & VOLLMER, PROPS. No. 3496 tf 1 First National Bank, 1 5 TiOltTIl PLATTE, XEB. . I CAPITAL, - I jrfBSMm, SURPLUS, - HSIIflilg :J There's no Use (see the name ox the leg, If vou are posted you cannot be deceived. "We write this to post you. SOLD ONLY BY A T A VI Q e Great anc Oaty Hardware Man L LP A T AO Lincoln Co. that no one Owes. Full Line of ACORN STOVES AND RANGES, STOYE PIPE, ELBOWS, COAL HODS, ZINC BOARDS, etc., at Lowest Prices on Record. NORTH PLATTE, - - - NEBRASKA, FINEST SAMPLE ROOM IN NORTH PLATTE Having refitted our rooms in the finest of style, the pub...

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 November 1896

URAL BARE, Editor and Pkopkietor SUBSCRIPTION BATES. "One Year, cash in advance, $1.25. Six Months, cash in advance 75 Cents. Entered attheKorthPlatte(Nebrasta)postofficeat second-class matter. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1896. There is no accounting tor tastes. The voters of the Sixth congres sional district defeated an able, honest man and and elected a ; ? Future historians will refer to Bryan's candidacy as the flight of the meteor a red-hot object that becomes as a stone. The voters of the country buried "V. Jennings Bryan face downward in order that he might, in the lan guage of John P. Irish, "dig- down to China where standard." they have a silver John L?. Minor was the only free silverite in North Platte who dis played a tull-grown smile on the day following election. Mr. Minor's equinimity isnot easily disturbed. Tuesday's result demonstrated that the masses as well as the classes are found within the repub lican party. The Bryanese effort to array the workman against his employer ...

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 November 1896

THE LISTENER. SWEETS. THE TATTLER. TRACK AND. PADDOCK. THE TATTLER. Ongrescninn Charles Curtis cf Trmplm has some Indian blood in iiis "veins. The fencing championship of German-: has been won by Dr. Edward 23rcck of the Boston Fencing club. Half a century t- "Tids the nnRtmnr or tne licr. fa. a. Winkley, Tnitarian, at Bulfinch Place chapel, Boston. Peter Beets, James Bean aid Daniel Mustard are on the national pension roll close to John Ham, Thomas Tongue and Da-rid Glutton. Keports that Mark Hanna is unapproach abla do iiim an injustice. He likes good wine, good cigars, good dinners and, "best of all, good stories. 3r. Leonard Courtney, Trho was a prom inent candidate for the speakership of the house of commons two years ago, is threat ened with total blindness. Barney Iiloyd of Charlestown, W. Ta., is the last surviving member of the crand jury which in 1859 indicted John Brown for Invasion and inciting insurrection. John ilackay, the California mining millionaire, has ordered 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. — 6 November 1896

IRA. It BARE, Editor and Pbopeietor SUBSCBIPTION BATES. One Tear, cash In advance, SL25. Six Months, cash in advance 75 Cents. Entered attheNorthPlatte (Nebraska) postoffice as second-class matter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1896. Asa Searle went to Omalia on No 2 this moring" as extra baggage man. A boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blood this morn ing. Mrs. H. V. Hilliker and chil dren left this morning for Grand Island, where they will visit friends until Monday. Mrs. N. F. Donaldson went to Omaha yesterday morning for a brief visit with friends. -Rev. Coslet is making arrange ments"to open an appointment at the McNeal school house northwest of the city. D. W. Besack was elected as sessor in the First ward, W. S. Peniston in the Second and Greeley Bundy in the Third. Stove" pipe 15c a joint, elbows 10c at The Wilcox Dept. Store. Rev. Dr. Fisher and wife came in yesterday morning from Pueblo. The Doctor will assume the pastor ate of the Baptist church of this city. Mrs. Shaw, a for...

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 November 1896

2i LC 4-'.- YOL. in. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 10, 1896. KO . 9 4 IN I r GREAT CLEARING Slaughter! Slaughter! -Slaughter! We have got to make room for our immense line of Fall Goods and for that reason -will sell all of our goods at marvel ous low prices lower than ever known in Western Nebraska. Now is Your Chance! We positively will allow no one to undersell us. Comparison solicited. Goods freely shown. STAR MIS WF3ER & VOLLMER, PROPS. No 3498 W if First National Bank, SOUTH PLATTE, XEB, There's no Use! l-im. ""T J"r (see the name on the leg. them, when I f'b JN OT SO. If you are posted you cannot be deceived. We write this to post you. SOLD ONLY BY A I DAVIS Tlie Great and 0nly Hardware Man AvJ in Lincoln Co. that no one Owes. Full JLine of ACORN STOYES 4ND R ANGES, STOYE PIPE, ELBOWS, COAL HODS, ZINC BOARDS, etc., at Lowest Prices on Record. NORTH PLATTE, - - - NEBRASKA. FINEST SAMPLE ROOM IN NORTH PLATTE Having refitted our rooms in the finest of styl...

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 November 1896

3ftt mi-WwWu Erffom. IRA L BARE,EditobandPkopeietor 8UB8CHrPTI0N BATES. One Tear, cash In advance, 11.25. Six Months, cash In advance 75 Cents. Entered atthe2forthPIatte(Nebraaka)postofficeaB eocond-claes matter. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1896. As was predicted by all republi cans, the election of Major McKin lev has caused a sreneral revival of j business, and particularly is this true in the iron and textile indus tries. Within the past six days manv manufacturiner concerns which have laid idle for months have resumed work, many others which have been workiner on half time are now running- full time, and in a number of others the force of men at work have been increased two and three fold. The whole sale houses of the large cities have increased the number of traveling salesmen, the banks are paying-out gold without stint, and those who have had the yellow metal in hid- ing are bringing it out and deposit ing it in banks. Money is already easier, loans beinr secured without trouble wh...

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 November 1896

i Shall "are, the stcrm tossed sailors, trep Or wisely envy thenx and keep Qcr pity far tke living men.! Beycnd the weary uabfce of sea. Beyond the -wider wastf of I strain, my jse and cry to thee, "Whose b2I heart never answereti. Oh, hrether, is thy coral ted So sweet thou wilt not hear ay speech! This hand. methinJca, if I were dead. To thy dear hand would Htriva to reach. I would not, if God care us choice For each to hear the other's part That mine should he the Hilent voice. And thine the silent, aching heart. Ah, well for any voyage dene, Whate'er ita end or port or reef. Better the voyage ne'er hegun, For all ships sail the sea of grief. -James Jeffrey Heche in Angelus 3agazin. A LUMIC BAIL. Ah this stcry traveled in a rotmda bent way it may have been elaborated and boUt up before it came to hand, but the facts, as nearly as they can be learned, are about as follows: Mr. Melton, a young man interested in the lumber trade, traveled on a sub urban train one Friday night to att...

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 November 1896

Stmt - Wttlty Wt&m. XRAL BARE.Ed-toraxdPbopeietor SUBSOBIPTION BATES. One Tear, cash in advance, $1.23, Six Months, cash In advance 75 Cents. Entered at theXorthPIatte (Nebraska) postofflce ai second-class matter. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1896. to resi- Frank Moonev visited friends in Lexington Sunday. M. C. Keith transacted busi ness in Omaha yesterday. E. H. Shaw, of "Wallace is transacting business in town to- a day. Mrs. H. V. Hilliker returned last night from her visit in Grand Island. Mrs. A. D. "Williams, of Chey enne, is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. VanCamp. Miss Irma Cody returned to her school at Omaha Sunday night. Mrs. Cody accompanied her. John Johnson bumped , up against a box car yesterday and re ceived a bad cut near the ere. Mrs. M. E. Watts and daugh ter Miss May me expect to leave to night for a visit in Corning, Iowa. I. A. Fort went to Lexington this morning on business connected with the state irrigation associa tion. The marriage bans of John Dw...

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 November 1896

7? 8fc 0rtb JfOETH. PLATTE, MBRASKA, IMDil EYEMM, I0YEMBER 13, 1896. SO. 95. ?ol. xn. T k , ft. 7- Slaughter! Slaughter! Slaughter! We have got to make room for our ianameiise line of 3ML Goods and for that reason vpill sell all of our goods at marvel ous low prices lower than ever known in . Western Nebraska. Now is Your Chance! We positively will allow no one to undersell us. Go Bap&rison solicited. Goods freely shown. STiR CLOTHING HOUSE WE3ER & VOLLMER, PROPS. -No. First National Bank, ISOIiTU JPZ,AXXJE, if P. A. Wklie, - - - Vice-Pres t J II p;' rtHr McNamara, - Cashier. Pt A general banking business II There' see ths -ame ox the leg. If vou are nosted you cannot be deceived. We write this to post you. bULdJ UiNil til. A. L DAY ' tti is :Full Line of ACORN STOVES AND RANGES, STOYE PIPE, ELBOWS, COAL HODS, ZINC BOARDS, etc., at Lowest Prices on Record. 350RTH PLATTE. - . SAMPLE ROOM - Havings raSHed oar rooms in is invited to call and see us, -Finest Wines, Liquors Oar b...

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 November 1896

' I 1 f I I Site Sfcmi-fcfaffeljj &vUmue. IRA Ii BARB, Editok akd Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATE8. One Year, cash in advance, SI Six llonths, cash in advance 75 Cent. Entered at th n North Piatt e( Nebraska) postofflce ai second-claps matter. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1896. THE TIGHT IN IJEBBASKA. Returnare -sufficiently complete to sliohat the vote for McKinley in Nebraska was just about an even 100,000 ajrainst 112.500 for Bryan. The vote for other candidates will be so small as to be merely "scatter ing." In 1892 the vote for Harrison was 87.227 out of a total of 200,274. The combined vote against Harrison was .therefore, just what it was last Tuesday against McKinley. It was 112.947. The majority against Harrison was 25.720. The majority against McKinley including the scattering will probably be less than 15,000. So the republicans have gained considerable ground since 1892. notwithstanding Harrison goi the electoral vote then on account of the division of the opposition. From 1866...

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 November 1896

WERE I BUT HIS WIFE. IFero I but his ovm 'wife, to guard and to guide him, 'Tis little of sorrow should fall on my dear. I'd chant him my low love verses, stealing be side him. do xami- ana bo tender nis heart would but hear. I'd pull the wild blossoms from valley and highland. And there at his feet would I lay them all down. I'd sing him the song of our poor stricken is land Till his heart was on fire with love like my own. there's a rose by his dwelling. I'd tend the lone treasure. That ho might have flowers when the sum mer would come, there's a harp in his halL I would wake its sweet measure. For ho must have music to brighten his home. Were I but his own wife to guide and to suard him, 'Tis little of sorrow should fall on my dear, For every kind glanoo my whole life would award him. In sickness I'd sootho and in ssdnes3 I'd cheer. My hart is a fount welling upward forever. WhLn I think of my true love by night or by That heart keeps its faith like a fast flowing river Which gus...

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 November 1896

Mt Stmt - WttiUj Wvlbwu. 1KA Jj BARE, Editoe ad Peopbietob SUBSCBIPTIOX BATES. One Tear, cash In advance, ...11.25. Six Months, cash in advance .75 Cents. Entered at the NorthPlatte (Nebraska) postoffice as second-class matter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1896. The Review says Chas. Kelsy, of Rock Springs, Wyo., will open a bank in Hersliey some time after the 15th inst. E. F. Seeberg-er spent part of the week at Hershey superintending the loading and shipping of a num ber of cars of grain. J. C. Fleharty, foreman of the Ogalalla jSews, is transacting business in town to-day and made this office a pleasant call. Mrs. AVm. Edis, living south of the river, has been dangerously ill for a -week or two past. Dr. Don aldson was called to see her late last evening. Jim McKee is making arrange ments to visit Ohio, and if he finds conditions favorable may remain in that state for a number of months. Mrs. Marcus "White, who had been the guest of her nephew H. S. "White for several weeks, left for th...

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 November 1896

ffifoe Sfethme TOL. HL JfOETE PLAITE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVMKG, N07MBER IT. 1896. - t 96. Bmt c Slaughter! Slaughter! Slaughter! We have got to make room for our immense line of Pall Goods and for that reason mil sell all of our goods at marvel ous low prices lower than ever known in Western Nebraska , Now is Your Chance! We positively will allow undersell us. Comparison solicited freely shown. W CLOU ill WEBER & VOLLMER, PROPS, T --No. 3496 First There's no Use! sEETHEAjiEoyTHELEG- them, when IT'S NOT SO. If you are posted you cannot be deceived. We write this to post you. SOLD ONLY BY A 1 FlAVI The Great and Only Hardware Man A L UPL T AO in Lincoln Go. that ng one Qwes: pull Line of ACORN STO YES AND BANGES, STOYE PIPE, ELBOWS, COAL HODS, ZINC BOABDS, etc., at Lowest Prices or Becord. NORTH PLATTE, - - - NEBRASKA. HPS? SAMPLE BQGM If FBTE PLATTE IJaving refitted our rooms in the finest ot style, the public is invited to call and see us, insuring courteous treatment. Finest Win...

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 November 1896

WUt Stmt - W$t&$ 'WtMttt. JLEAIi BARE.EditoeakdPkopkietoi: SUBSCRIPTION BATES. "One Tear, cash In advance, IL25. Sic Months, cash In advance Cents. Entered at the XorthPlatte (Nebraska) postoffice as second-class matter. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1896. Shrewd statisticians estimate that the late election has turned loose at least $400,000,000 which was hoarded up in anticipation of a cyclone. A Kentucky friend of Secretary Carlisle is authority for the state ment that the law firm of Cleveland & Carlisle will be doing- business in New York early in the spring-. It took $412,807 to pay the ex penses ot the armored cruiser New York last year, but some million aires who have dropped more than that annually on a yacht, or a news paper might be willing- to try a battle-ship tor economy's sake. "This country" said Gen. Horace Porter at a republican club banquet in New York the other day, "should be the asylum of the oppressed of other nations, but an almshouse, never" " That is the ke...

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. — 17 November 1896

THE SILENCE OF LOVE. Oh, Lncxpresible aa sweet, Love takes my voice away. I cannot tell thee "when we meet What most I long to say. But hadst thou hearing in thy heart To know what beats in mine Then ehouldst than walk, where'er thou, art, In melodies divine. So warbling birds lift higher notes Than to our ears belong. The music fills their throbbing- throats, But silence steals the sang-. George E. 'Woocberry in Century. it THE TDEE IX PEEUs7! For two days the dcctorTs features . had worn an expression of gravity zs ' he bent over the bed of my sick friend, hut novr, as I watched him closely, the strong face relaxed, and as he raised his head I sew the light of satisfaction in his Mndly eyes. His hat, stick and gloves lay on the dressing case, and as he crossed the room to take them ho marked my look of eager inquiry, and, pausing abrupt ly, laid his hand on my shoulder. i "We're doing splendidly, famously, my dear boyr famously. If literature faOs you, come to me, and I will give ...

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