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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 June 1899

vvbushsd war KODAT BT IHB.BT STAKIM* rvauapfnte. .oonrAwr.^ IU1H AVD LOCUST eTBHTS, BOOMS 910 AND 311 MABQUABDT BLOCK. W*A 'PHONB NO. 899. •OVPIOUX. FAFKB or THK AFRO-AmCHICAH PBOtBOtiyB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. •orviou£ PAFBB or thb most wobship W IT A W O DO OF IOWA, A.' r. A A. M. is T*BH8W SUBSCRIPTION. Tkn* month*. ................60 All rabaoriptloa payable lnadvanoe. THOMPSON. EDITOR* H, SHgPjftO. MANAGER. mast k»il»nw« Mimiti "••yvftylithe seal wt^" titan njNMuaiMtiyl COLORED PAPER. Subscribe for the Bystander. Mr. Jefferson Logan is on list a few days this week. Mr#. 8.' Davis is impoving, she was able to be out a little this week. \-v Mrs. Maria Wells, returned from a vieijk with friende i? Oakaloosa. VMt* Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Wyatt, Juae 14th a baby girl. Mother and baby do ing won. 1 Mrs. M. J, Breckenrldge, is recover ing very nicely, she was able to be out part of the day last Sunday. Mrs. James Johnson in company with Mrs! B. J. Holmes, made the Bystan der office a ple...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 June 1899

B#sH5l tlKW^ Jiel !&?> Pkept til J. *VU MMtMU 8tin water to t^Trtboiw '•w tA% Btohasow'*r*a. afoot wlptd «wt ofexLtano. tt, ^yf§W most severe cyclones that aw viaiW *»J a loiaastar was brontrtit thim..bs 3. & ^.C^oU, man ftp* £*%$!•* .^*41 |n Btobmond ^iBiui^l'btytd ofourf licaMetip the .principal street and took" rafnjra fit the JAbttiettetoti of the»1idt«l,*rhirtt: wu |$«oinptetely r«ck«d'« *«4gtth^r wltlt ^•rery other VBBIIMM house in" ,the f» *0*,n• Mr. Carrol Ufnrtber say* that followed the ejclone? and that p,wfcat was leffc of th^toirn .b being consumed by *he flame*. Many peo .pl*ai*$oubtless killedaijd the dam ^sagts will run Into hundreds, tbous -^•nda of dollars,,. t_ MINHBAPOI.IS, iirni •15.—A" dispatch1 J0k from North Wlscbniln «Jauction, says: A courier from Board MINHKAPOI.IB, .1 1,1 SM inan.^ust In,' re­ ports tbat the whole town baa been vrtped off the eartli,man ln}ared Ljd possibly some killed. It is known tbat D-*eHe«eron t» a%»erelr injured and bla wi...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 June 1899

k/Ii !SW*h If It I 'nA^el-ahaped cloud It cam^'up' principal street luifl tpofc refnjr* fit the toMemeht' of th^Udtel. *hl«h: was completely «vefy Other business house ittthe •«W». Mr. CuToUt further stjrt -that B» followed fit* cyclonet- md that ,what wet* left *f the W«rn Is bein* eonsunsed by the flam©*. Uuur peo %P* tfonbtJeaslfUled tbe dam g* will rnn Into hundred* thoq&< \wda of dollars, ^,t Wtsj»BAPo^w,Jaae if—£', dispatch from North Wisconsin Juriietion says: A, courier from Boardman. }usi In,' re ports that the whole femti ha* been wiped toff the earth, many ifibred t. jd possibly some killed. It is known that Dwve Hefferou is itttrtl# injured and bla Wife killed. *£.* MiNKKAPotiB, .1 uue Ileitis rumored that 850 were klllea in the cyclone at Biolimpnd, WUt T^«, storm split be tween tha Twio .'Cities,. the dangerous part going' north and^eastoverlludson and Jlew Richmond. The other divi sion of the storm did little damage here. ST. VjlXTL, Fkept ijf for a few hours. ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 June 1899

K£ had a kicincoming. k* tMMMtan Uida't LIU* th« Jo*» ot "Mlaitta' uimp." A handful of the teniHtet men in fbe Philippines was in camp toward Jj .fi the close of,a hoi aiternoon, says the |w Franeiseo Examiner. There was 1 rata of fighting going on in front, as .thetharprattle of musketry and the py heaTy booinlug of cannon attested, Occasionallyja Teat, cat 'from its bough §etUfaaser.bullet, 1 dropped slowly to jrrontd. The soldiers were loung ing about, some leaningon their guns, Qther-gstfetched outln the shade, all Shearing and grumbling vigorously •'tThe: gqperal of the division thus found thein, dropping so suddenly in. their midst that there was tall scrambling to get to "attention." What's the matter, boys?" asked tnie general, not unlriudly. "i The boys were not at all discon certed. .. "The matter's jest this, gen'1," said the spokesman "we uns hezgotakick oomiu'. H.yar'sour regiment fightin' out yar, and hyar we is doin' nothin' but tnindin' camp. When we go home, gen'l, ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 June 1899

«n tw»*K«»rl IMdl't Llk« the Jo* "MlaiHa* •"•'•'tvV'V fAbaodftl ofthe Xenneasee men in tie Philippines w«s in camp toward the close hotaiternoon, says the Sj*n Francisco.Examiner. There was ipta of fighting goingon, in front, as 't|Mibtrp rattle of musketry and. the heavy booming of oannon attested, ionallya Teat, cut from its bongh Manser.bullet, dropped slowly to grouad. The soldiers were loung ing about, some leaning on their guns, tollers stretched out in the shade, all 9We»ring and grumbling rigorously lhe gep^ral of the division thus found them, dropping so suddenly in their iniidst that there was. tall •crumbling to get to "attention." "What's the matter, boys?" aslced the general notunkludly. The boys were not at all discon- "The matter's jest this, gen'l," said the spokesman "we tins hezgotakick 60miu'. Hyar's our regiment fightin' otat yitr, and hyar we is doin' nothin' but mindin* camp. When we go home, gen'l. wlmt'yo1 'sposemy dad'll say ter me? He'll say, 'Wliar wuz yo'...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 June 1899

-"-J T^' W i'l ?Hin *k. )L nSS», M* ,-% ', \, «•&>(*.«! rA.Tf'l^i^ $**rg!!*mfrw9'M» holifingth houor oTtii««m^ tUt *oeordiogU one .of the gni tbirtww**) to enw neat parcels and sealed by this Negro, whose salary is £1,200 a Iyear. He has held the office 1891 [and so far as is known, none of s'the SKI to»»ft«»» MifetaMbTwlond Qg tlie H« atitea tammt of fa, m«o among of that boat i» the fight •t MaailU, and wjr other ship in Dtmj'i a^iadno had from fit* to tftoek colored Amrritans In tpeif crew, holding portions .p&oin.ooolb |o (fanners'* mate. The heir United States cruiser* New Orleaas hM dO. colored sea men In hei- crew.—Tho Conserva Laagstoa,Indastrial School of Guthrie, Oklahoma, has been given $SO,(M)0 hj the territory leg islatnm' .vjfSsp Col. John W. Marshall, of Chic ago, commander of the Eigth Ill inois volunteers, recently retarned from Cabt, has been appointed deputy sheriff of Cook county, 111 Mr. Walter £. Billows has been appointed^ clerk. to the assistant Di...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 June 1899

IOWA *PIIOWB so. 899. ORMOLU. PAPBB or tax AFRO-AMBBICAN FBOTKOTryK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFIOIAL PAPKB OF THB HOB* WOB8HIP vtnrtD QBABD LODGE ,or. IOWA, A. F. & A. M. T*RUB or r,Ow year. Henry S. Clay who accompanied a ^rty to the lakes in Xorthern Iowa sad Southern Minnesoi. "eturned- last reek looking, very mucnv ^proved. i»|- iMr I, N. Cnrtley, made\.. ving trip {tffeiuiell, to see his wife *vwho is visiting the family of Mr. Ed. ^.Good of that city. Rev. Hunter, the mlssionar «te of 8t Louie but now on his way to Cuba ^preached morning and evening at the A M. E. church last Sunday. Mrs. Reeves' children, who have been ^visiting with her parents in Clarinda ^returned last week after a verj pleas Bint sojourn in the- country. 5 John L. Thompson, left Wednesday Ijtor Oskaloosa, Muchakinock, Evans, |V€alon, Ottumwa, and other towns in githat locality, in the interest of the ^Bystander. Mrv Frank Blagburn, lias been in |0ikaloosa Wednesday and Thursday r|x)f this week, attending...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 June 1899

'ss ••^V^vA 4 •IM- ^jl & & -.Jmmm', ^robafcly nawr beei^eqMlfdJ# *ny M» troplc.l7«*mtri«s, says ^Tribune., Compared with that of last aamroer.lnCaba, comparative imninn Uy ruaadeathor serious illness, the opWue of lanila aeemsllttle short of 'mlracu }oaa. From of General MAadenMQs ''Mat $fflitary expedition ^f^-swwwv w*f.=M»e laat weekly report fron^Otis dated Tdvne «, there Inn beenonly 304 deaths ••yjMrom disease, ^ItbOitfh hi* total force |"lias been forty thonund men. In the m|n have died ^dm a^2m^»oaei5/'Bfmie VM 5*'"'i""'ii .... itr'id •ad that the ..mm* s&asDant, but have 10 S S S S W W eRafabrlty pfH«gita «nt( its environs these Spares are almost leeredible They challenge contrast with the best Saglisb exparieitcein Egypt or in Indiiud tbw snrpaa* even, the excel leatoondltiona that. exist in Cuba, where tliera is no flfhtlnj and the •*»0 in notexpoM»l to the elements, bat have cumfortable garrisons., Men .drowned or who dTed from 'injuries received otherwise'tha...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 June 1899

'1W ^K /r 13 Poor clothes cannot make you look old. Even pale cheeks won't do it. Your household cares may be. heavy and disappoint meats may be deep, but tney cannot make you look old. One thing does it and ncfrer fails. impossible- to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair, Ma£29SS3ES3ik permanently postpones the tell-tale signs of age. Used according to directions it gradually brings back the color of youth.. At fifty your hair may look ns it did at fifteen. It thick..is the hair alss stops it from falling out and cleanses the scclp from dandruff. Shall we send you our book on the* Hair and its Diseases? Tftm Beef Advktm fWv It you do not obtain 11 the bene flts you exnoctsd from the- of tbs vigor, write the doctor about lt» ProbaMy there'I* tome dUBcttlty with yonr- rtnoral ivitem which nsT'h*easily r«moTra."-Adorn% DR. J. C. AYEB, Lowell, Hue. No Boom For Acquisitions. I "Wc don't go any where any more." "Why not?" "Well we live in n. Hat, and we are tn tei-ror...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 June 1899

Y'V^ Iter. c. a *L MT.PL: »-vt. E' ""Swbjf it Seoond Baptist churoh. Her. D. J. 7- ut^vi ^wsh woiUHaent.. .... lalOlhfitvlanUeKt jbn without '£****",** the frightful looking ab M» tend did not ft#y -i r' Uy*onf man ftom Urj Minn, but Hotel waa •"•^had against Howarp 8M of thia. a boxing ooateit at Deal's Hf»iy "l* °*lh# Uta last Friday night wfctp I WM dactared draw.WW Wm. Hughe# tad .. hand MTOIIT irtiathemloeUatFriday. uker Wood Jhaa purchased line te*mofsomlsalso D,n Fry has par. dewed the fina hay owaed by Gomir Evans. Mrs. Sylwater Baaa visiting re! in J)aa Moinaa. *m§ fi®* ,. Mrs. G. Q, UrnU went to Newton of Jason Green.-A of I Mr. Jake Harper antertainod a few his relative* fronNawton. Lse Ford witt to Mewton Wednesday to tfee celebration of fCafirpt Uala day but waa graatly disappointed so far aa his part ia concerned. Sunday was Deeonttkm for the Redmen tbery employed the colored of band which rendered rery nfoe music. Wm Smith, Abe Winboah and Waiter Yatea wen down from M...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 June 1899

kjf' &* W VOL. 6. fcr For Sale Mrs. »i.V Iowa State Bystander. I PPBI/ISJUCD BTIBI JTBtDAT BY TUB B* STANDS* PUBLIBBma COMPACT, FlfTH AS® XOOUST STOUTS, BOOUt JOWA PHONE ^Misa Nettie fergerson, Mrs. L. Reed's ster has arrived in oar city irom Moberly, Mo. to visit awhile., Mrs, John Walker of 1953 E. Lyon who has been ao very sick is improv ing *dme"at thi% writing. 1 v?M XDT VliOCK. 310 A WD 311MABQUA III I BP W Mr.'II. T. Pierce has accepted a positjon in a hotel as head cook at Atlantic, Ia., where he went last week. Miss Mary Roy {went up to Van Meter to visit with her fa'ther a few days, he will return with her Saturday. Miasftona Sanford left last Saturday evening for Oskaloosa to spend the summer with her sister Mrs. W. Coleman. 'r Daisy Jacobs left Monday morning for Richmond, Mo., after spending several months visiting with her broth .er, H. E. Jacobs. Mrs. Hsrrison Gould left last Monday 'for an extended visit with relatives and friends for Iowa City, Davenport, Keokuk...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 June 1899

f-VSi iittirtpwi :m Vo #1 IP- Ms fo *h» ESSSs^rraWt^^-^ iUtribeie* to tiVtitoi$tMen!tm •jof ll^l^-leson, who suooeefled In stem- ^£345*3:327?: '•"[W »Mwt %w»J.' Thedeaf ••Ing shout* of «!Vive 1, commune," and with wlilcb the social- M» fte«M 111*. Marquis De Gallifet, WWw)P«4 U^ftumt1revolution- the ,,,W occurred in for many ^rears. The the etbtwt assures a strong executive government until the eoart mar- executive government eonclustonpf theDreyfds eo H»Vf nw4erite republicans like Mfootjleeliri t»rt ihjs real danger will ori&eMm the socialists, who now for the Ami tins pattbripfted 1a the ac tual government who fully realized their Increased power and who never before have been so exacting. Nation aUst reaction istaopirvly confess that it la true of the socialists that they hope to destroy the republic ande ventuully win the day, gi&s OTIS IS ALARM IN I'VjS ... FuslM"' £W*' St-:.' Mir»eWeaf**ertie# afeasance With Be to WlllBWMMIltf, N*w Yo**„ June 37,—A dispatch from Adams...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 June 1899

01 SM ipiSK K?.- AiijEFJW W iK\- 1 •*•1" i-f' IN—' •hf let your neighbors known? I And why give them a I cbance to goetsy outre Oven Ave or ten years more? Better five, then good I reasons for ruesting die other voir. It Is very easy for nothing tells of age so quickly ss gray half. is a youth-rpnewer., It hides the sge under luxuriant growth of hair the color of yoetb Jt river fails to restore color-to''•fray hsir. It will stop the nair from coming I outakO. It feeds the hair bulbs. Tbin tiair becomes thick hair, sod short hair becomes long hair. It cleanses the scalp re moves all dandruff, snd ptiveh# its formation.. ,5 We nave a book OA the. Hair which we will gladly send you. ...If TOO do not obtain all the rfHa iW u^tctid (rnm theuteftb* o^wrnethe doctor abo# It. -fobab-T thw« -Mima. diBbaltT trtth- yonr -general' at»tem™«rMen maybeeaillT rainoTau. Addrau, Dr. J. C. Ayer, V1 A« t*K Every man will soon get rich j|.f he will ask God to tell him how. There ore a few things that ev...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 June 1899

^•it^v-'.^f k* 5 jy"i^-V-H-V 1* tiny tbeyoang people oftown, bat wiMome Beatrice Gray aod Orville Weston did not yonnffoika, ihiir cm, 'twas «ra« that "two is companjand threois a crowd." 60 instead of attending "picnics,"' "lawn parties," "at homes," and afternoon "matineea," they conld be«eeVi going to the river/ where they weald hunt« cool shady nook on the mossy green bank of the river, where nothing could dis turb them, save the twittering of thabirds in the tree-tope,,and the water's splash as ".-a wave .. would come rolling against the river bank, or when some mosquito or laxy bumble bap would atop to rest for moment, on the face, dr neck, or anna, of either of the yonog people. Sometimes you would find* ttometadjing their lessons, orabsorbed in some new popular book, or yon woald find I them wandering arm in arm, a 1|?M mongthe trees on the river bank, talking about $e! future,—the bright and proaperona future Bee were lovers, but that was all. They looked around for some fu...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 June 1899

ISSlP li% P»' Ml em-, kki jftX' 1 "wfe ijv 'f r*x, ill .:• iv-r^. wt r^V-ii J" A A :S'(e£ji &» fck Jr® va Jl/K&FBIDAY fMS^tog?,, M«k,li«MtW |pnttjr -pictareequeplaoe, that af. fMM»m«Mn«nto of many kinds iV^^-T0"0* p^opl* ofltown, bat wrasome Beatrice Gmy and OrviHe !*f«eton did not mingle with the young foike, io funeral, for In thefr caeej 'twar tra« that "two is company andthreois a crowd. Bo instead of attending "picnics, ,'lfcwn pArties," "at homes,» and afternoon "matinee," they conld bewen going to the river, where they wodld hunt a coo) ahady nook on the mossy green bank of the river, where nothing conld die turb them, save the twittering of thfrjbirds inthe treertopa,xand the water'* splash'a® wave would come rolling against the river bank, or when some mosquito or fatty bumble bee would stop to rest for a moment, on the face, or neck, or arms, of either of the yonng people. Sometimes yon Would find? then stndying their lessons, or abstfrbid'in some new popular book,...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 July 1899

iBP^^ 4 (6 VOK 6. ^-w ,v— Iisn *ViJ ,R TANPSB JLI8HINO COMPACT, AXD 1.0CCST STRKBT8, BOOMS AND 311 MASQUAXDT BLOCK. PHOHK SO.' 899, lOUX PAPKB OF THE AFIi£»-AMERICAN TBOTXCTIV* ASSOCIATION Of A. it. $ ,. TiRMS OF BUB8CBIPTION. One jrMr. ., I .. .S1.S0 Biz Months............ --75 Thwe month*........ .... ..., .............'.....W All subscription pujsbl* 111 adranoe.' THOMPSON/EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD^ MANAQEfV H.M moaey ««w. sxprsesor draft, teTaa IOWA *TAN *I«*»MPIWWI1»|COMPUJ Cteakmualcattons mast to written mm *deetthepaper only ud toot tatersette Ifce public. "Brsrltv t*« aonl poblitt. The H. B. 8. Reading Circle, will meet next Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. T, Blagburn 370 Sshool St. Mr. P, H. Brown, one Vf Colfax men is working in our city on the Younker block he our agent at Colfax, he made our offc a pleasnt call this week, Mrs. C. S. Ruff was 1 1 called to her former home in Ottumwa last W edncs •day by a telegram stating that a member of the family was sick. Mr. J. Frank Bl...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 July 1899

Si *2 4 voiTO^^ (S8BD By FRIDAY BY THE HY llTAmmj 4U8HIKG COMPAHY, ATFFD L.OCUST BTRKET8, BOOMS AKDJ?LL JIABQUAHDT BLOCK. anvu "sl4'"S **'L VA 1 J. H. 8HEPARQ*. manaq«U, •*n*wr[-the B«Hf If ptlMhl mtar, express or dnft, to Tii Uti tun ^niimuPil)lti]ili| Coapuj Communication! nut to* written** ens «Me of Iki paper only and be of interact to to# publlo. "Brevity ti thi soul et wit," remember. We will Mt pfeeted meansoript aalees awwmnar^li postage IOWA'S LEIDdO COLORED PAPER. Subscribe for the BYSTANDER. Mrs. John Walker is improving, also Mrs. S. Davis. The Chautauqua, sessions opened last Thursday with a large attendance: /"J Little Pearl Hammett, of Marquis ville spent the Fourth with Ada Hyde. -Don't forget to attend our Midland Chautaaqua in session at the Chautau qua Park. Mr. Dan Roy. who has been working at Van Meter on a farm spent the Fourth at home with his family. The H. B. 8. Reading Circle, will meet next Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. T, Blagburn 370 School St. iVilWr....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 July 1899

S mm®®* fPJNMtNDS £GS22CSfcXStot%m. &&&&£&& 4! me anything worthy of remembrance PW«U»(r D*wfy to mankind reeaonior being wonld bfvindi the Tery^werafAmet* chivalry In the elotlu, if he nineteenth century. If .fi* bloc* aU £afctf»I ^^iW eola lightibfthe north itkr, he ht«% Wore ardent admirers than thoee who [^jttwtoll beneath the MatKKratroM. He .belong* to the whole conn try, as he ^wrought and conquered for the whole country. Of the good things done fey the fWtyflfth congreea perhaps the .boat, thing nil ma'.ing Dewey an ad« ^fjjnlral, toM retired .only on hi* own "•sreqneat. The fer.vept hope of all Americans Is theVbeip*y live forever l^and ranking admirolall the. time. In /1*far-reaching consequences liis victory at Manila ranks with the aktrmlsh at ^•.fJouoprd and Lexington, with the Declaration of Independence, the adoption of tlie constitution and Washington's inummt^tn. As the mighty Frederick said of his illus trjona father,-the grpat eleetor, so i...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 July 1899

&T ¥,^t, "V: V* 1^1 jb 'vj ft I ifr 'I7 1 hi it it«. •©I A bashful .Chisago' man courted a girl for three years without daring to propose. ^Finally, while liewas »lsit log in St. Louis, decided to propose toy mail. He sent the letter, and for two honrs was one of the happiest inen,In .Missouri. Then he began to believe lie had been precipitate, and was asaalled with doubt. That night he did not sleep: He thought all sorts of tbinge,-and vainly wished-lie coitld intercept the letter before' it reached her., hut that wasroanifestly impos sible. .It was not -untilnopnihe next day that lie received an inspiration as he was passing a telegraph office. Rushing in, he seized a blank and nervously penned the following: "Miss MAHT- —. Chtrago: Mailed you wrong letteryesterday. Pleaselo not open, and deliver to tne on my re turn.'' After that he breathed freer. That evening a telegram was awaiting hi in at the hotel. It read: "JOHN r——, St. Louis: No you mailed right letter. It WHS about ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 July 1899

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Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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