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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 March 1900

J.glfr IM n- 211 IOWA ftstV Wfi 11%iu 1 Mi A r4 A- Jt Hri & ». & $ f! «W I to if' Ti Miss Eva Robinson will leave in a P^^lew days for Minneapolis, with thein of makingthat eity her future ',*££»" ,1 iWii.rThift Ssitt •HUE HI roiUSHID KVKBY FRIDAY BY THE BT ITillin PUBLISHING COMPANY, niTH AND LOCUST STREETS, BOOKS 210 AND MABQUAHDT BI.OCK. 'PHONR N0 899. OfVIOUIi PAPKB OF THE AFUO-AMERICAN PBOTKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OP IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE MOSf W0K8HIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A.. F. & A. M. TASKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1JCMT mmonths »«w All subscription payable to advance. J. L» THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER. IS.' lead money bj poatoffloe «to, •oaef fc*" Jto*Amss. Publishing Company Oemnuntoatloas must be written mm ?V |I4e ef IIm paper oaly and be of Interest to publlo. "BnHty ts tk« so«l ti wtt*" .•'Uminbw. HTi will Mt return njiettd Bunitrlpl r-_, mVnrir Moompaaisd by postage tamps. ,-IOft:S LBADIIG COLORED PAPEB. CITY NEWS Attorney J. 11. Rush, list ...

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. — 2 March 1900

•1# *f$# .i. jft if" ir&r?' iif*Vv |i iiV' S.*' I I I ,f \}f 1 1% .'_' 'M- Af „,. uv msivtNtie i'iiii. co .'-'N K?-t ft In Bome 1L. —i- g,'. jmK- if w^v^- •v' Io a j&flS' »atc Bystander. DttS M01NKS, IOWA. In time John Barleycorn la the' slug ger that makes all at .champions groggy. the^ pugilistic $Mtr Hanna will be ide&sed' to -learn that Philadelphia has stopped talking ryf/ty, through her hat and Is passing around with gratifying It Tesults. A Chicago woman, married a man on fifteen minutes' acquaintance. She Is now bewailing the fact that it Is much easier to get into trouble than to get out of It Eddy of Minnesota Is said to be one of the homeliest men in congress. He rather glories in the distinction, espe cially as all bis other characteristics are enviable. During his last cam paign the enemies of Mr. Eddy charged him with being double-faced. He met the charge In a manner that disarmed all criticism. "Great heavens," said Mr. Eddy to his audience, "do you think ...

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. — 2 March 1900

'J* tJ 'V wl ..».! /.AW&fiUtt** .if .-. .-~4 ,- a ,:,' By ••u/Mrd 6»frlfhte6,im,bjr Robert Bonner's CHAPTER I. L^tnf Journey—A Terrible Plunge. "Hurrah! Hurrahf Here It la, moth '•rl^ii'l«i«:At last!". sjTM morning mall had Just come.in. Rob Cleverdale held aloft a square package, hearing the stamp and post mark ot a republic in South America. Ifrs. Cleyerdale smiled. •*ti|*H6w eager you are," she said. "Andwby would I not be, mother?" asked Bob. "When a fellow has an uncle and aunt and cousin whom- he .tik never seen, and no other relatives In the world, he must be eager to Bee their pletnresj" -'And themselves, Rob "Oh!. If I only could! But, quick! Getit/open! Oh, quick!" It was evident that Mrs. Gleverdale wjut as eager as Rob, for' her hand trembled as she undid the pfwkage. n' "Oh! Oh!" _• Rob's head was close to his mother's. Together they studied the photographs that had been sent from faraway Buenos Ayres. One was that of a hand some, elderly gentleman, with White half ...

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. — 2 March 1900

•-vi «s A ^5 °i iiil--. *}Wr & if» *e] %b. j! 51/' t* -1 :'r-V IMMSMMlU tfSMa its """I* the current number of Knowliais Ifr. Brae* sire# an account of "Ben •Nevis and Its Observatory." The ob J*®t Of this observatory is to study the Jtelght Of clouds, their speed, direction ud constitution and to learn .as much possible regarding temperature, winds, etc. It Is a true scientific in stinct that leads us to sound, as it were, upward, just as we sound down $ ward and explore at the bottom of the 'sea. The reasons why Ben Nevis, of ||j'| all places, was most suitable were: (1) .f^Because It was the highest mountain in the British Isles, rising to 4,406 feet (2) its summit was In close horizontal proximity to a sea-level station at Fort William (3) it was situated in the track of the southewest storms, which influence so greatly the weather of Europe, especially in autumn and win ter. Buffalo Intelligence. New York Cor. Pittsburg Dispatch: A big bull buffalo had an Injured leg, and it...

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. — 2 March 1900

mWr :h$1 .y f.'l| 7 yi -:v er* tpffe m0an .4fb N It OTm »»w|fe^gr "tnthe current number of Knowledge Mr. Bract gtT«f an account of "Ben Nevis and Its Observatory." The ob ject of this observatory If to study the height of clouds, their speed, direction and constitution, and to learn as much as possible regarding temperature, -winds, etc. It Is a true scientific in* atinct that leads us to sound, as it were, upward, Just as we sound down ward and explore at the bottom of the sea. The reasons why Ben Nevis, of all places, was most suitable were: (1) ^Because it was the highest mountain in the British isles, rising to, 4,406 feet (2) its summit was in close horizontal proximity to a sea-level station at Port William (3) it was situated in the track of the southewest storms, which Influence so greatly the weather of Europe, especially in autumn and win ter. Buffalo Intelligence. New York Cor. Pittsburg Dispatch: A. big bull buffalo had an injured leg,, and it was operated on with cocoai...

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. — 2 March 1900

7' ms Wi r*\i il, P/av.'.'i .. -r:\ JvU. 'fi2':~- IN- & '"fv ,4, .^v *rV •'K* .-"V ff?: vAfcr -fear 1^ •im •r, wC:' t- %i **. 'y'. re moun m4 'Its Okaer*etoiry» ""Tin the current number of Knowledge l*r. Brucegive*an account of "Ben Nevis and Its Observatory." The ob Jectof this observatory is to study the height of clouds, their speed, direction and constitution, and to learn .as much •a possible regarding temperature, winds, etc. It is a true scientific in stinct that leads us to sound, as it |Pf were, upward, just as we sound down ward and explore at the bottom of the *?r sea. The reasons why- Ben Nevis, of ~p( all places, was most suitable were: (1) Because It was the highest mountain in the British isles, rising to. 4,406 feet (2) its summit was in close horizontal proximity to a sea-level station at Fort William (3) it was situated in the track of the southewest storms, which influence so greatly the weather of Europe, especially in autumn and win ter. Bablo InMlUpnea. New...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 March 1900

iddle-agld wome« ,5«R :V «CUrt^bjfl.J'dtoM.Pi Iafele Oompoand« pcsncBAM:—When Ifl j]W^E M* fou I thou, must help in a very bad wa passing- through ft came better leel like a atrong. I el Compound all Ih^s a recommend y. 0xW000»SntrK«f» TABLETS Di/ 1 n«ur.»nsoN. |Q Gingham8 and am sure thai a blessing toth is. GEO. H. JU klyn N. Y. Be triped white 8Mc percales and Promptly am :—I had the doctors "dtogptnobet rorth up to your medic of life, ai had anytl 10c worth up to ydia IS. iound. ily. I I ever hat an, perft tE. Pinkh e1 credit, and ^•wia^V he, meawno to, thin*. I have recommended v«i«i of my Mends. There need women suffering so mud Mr*. Finkham's remedies are eure." -r Mahaxa umiak ^Another Woman Helped TFJJ*Ai» Mbs.Pinkham: I took S, Pinkhaa'B Vegetable Jiring change of life and derived nCan benefit from 18ft Coydon St., Bradford, Pat WANTED "lng fihaver, Blake & Oomp^Cedar^Enp 19c 89 ed hose 15c ClarlpciaaJg AVegetabiePreparati Weow «fv O Wholesa 60,000 des each cop your go...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 March 1900

I In the basement ild so cheap. II Irhere tot equal p^I^ I nv*»L •ft *l tPlP^PiPIPWIWM IMMIMMimw Effil 'll'i'Xi1"*1'.' the ba Brics 15o gr*i kns fleeced UnderweatJ pr..........•••• [fleeced Underwear er barg stores 011 |ard OftUcoet and apr! goods for. nts of checked and_ |t,worth 15c and! ata of SBlncb fUfareA kMQnlT60MERY i.'JS. 1' r? IPi'f -%v^j rtV fM ••W a Alfl 11M4 5c Striped white Kr Percales and 8«c 10c worth up to thousand and oi 19c rorth up to H....'... I'swtd Children's flee«l 29 «d hose 15c l«u| other things that are just as cheap. ••O0«««CC tf^KGEST CIRCULATION OF ALL K|LITICAL PAPERS IN THE WEST Jways Amir lean -Always THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL THE NEWSfAND BEST CURRENf LITERATURE Every Column i» Bright, Clean and Packed with News The equdj tine, chili, Literature of its columns is to that of the best maga It is interesting to the \ren as well qs the parentsi 'HE INTERXDCI \N is a WESTERN NEWSPAPER, and while it brings to the fan ily THE NEWS OF THE WORLD an...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 March 1900

SE*!?f I In the basem^t told so cheapR.Il! Were for equal gc those sold by otl| les 11 anoi A -i \%,"l:ut hzlibi«ad Is* HW v0$tzm 1 4 •M$ :-iiw -s. -Kr The ne Aovr ,l,vW |urd Oaiicoui and aprc] sds for. tots of checked and^ s, worth 15c end lata of 36 inch ft^ured brlca l5o graijjpfor. ins fleeced UnderwearJ sr...... fleeced Underwear zhama striped white 8tfo es and pjrcali 10c 7c worth up to 19c Ivorth up to k'g and Children's fleeci-ed hose 15c thousand and or*e other things that are just as cheap. %*V#uC*eoo I lEvery Column "i 7' oeoi THE ne. id I -$J.00-PRIci ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR-$J.OO THE DAILY fID SUNDAY EDITIONS OF THE INTER 0CFAN ARE HE BEST EVER SEEN IN THE WEST. •THE INTI OCEAN'S NEWS IS EXCLUSIVE. Price of Ally by mall 14.00 per year Price oUiundoy by mall. 2 00 per year Daily/hd Sundayvy mall $6.00 per year We carry a stock of goods valued at 11,500.000.00 ROS. IN SEMENT. Us the. bajg&in st^re where good "everday" things a priced store—much lower than you'll find |ods...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 March 1900

3 •f VfU ®oun MFM Bald Head, -IMaveti severe sickness my hair. Ipi clued a bottle of Aycr's a very tlukt lode of Hair Grow One thing is certain,—Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the hair grow. This is because it is a hair food. If it were a hair stimulant simply, it could not do this. You must have food to live stimulants can not take its place. Ayer's Hair Vigor feeds the hair and it grows. It could not do diferently, for it's Nature's plan. It stops fall ing of the hair, too, takes out all dandruff, and always restores color to gray hair. II.N bsttlc. All tfraftW*. Write the Doctor If 70a do not obtain all the benefits ypu desire from the use of tho Vigor, write the Doctor about it. He willtcll you just the right thing to do, and -will send you his boos on the Hair and Scalp 15 you request it. Address, vWAf^V —*r all ur air Vigor and am glad to say that it brought my liair back again and I am not today obliged to be classed among the bald-Heads." —V. D. Quinn, Marseilles, 111., Aug. 25,189...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 March 1900

jffx.Smtt* gMMft f*«t Sm mte: ntr IDDLE-AGEO WOMEN. "Y1. pwfromWomeii'Helped Through* Jluuige of Llfu bytydla K. I'ink- VaMtable Compound. PtsrjuiAM :—Wh.eo I flrsV wrt»te ywI was 111 a wry bad oon- was. passing through the of life, and the doctors said I ider and liver trouble. I had 'suffered for nine years. Dootors failed to do sae any (food. Since I have taken foydU'E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com Apound. my health has improved very •v'atiiBh. .1 will gladly recommend your ioaedicine to others and am sure that it trill prove as gi-eat a blessing to them kit has to me."—MBS. GEO. H. JCNK, 1*01 DoKalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 4 Rliief Came Promptly Duit MBB. FINKHAM I had been antler treatment .with the .'doctors for four years, and seemed to get no better, I thought I would try your medicine. My trouble was change of life, and I must say that I never had anything help me so much as Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Belief came almost, immediately. I have better health now than I ev...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 March 1900

W A $•- *K ,&- OimaJ otSRj v* -fe «m*itow rrfc«o. PX& MOXNE»,1 IOWA. FRIDAY, MARCH 3. RACE ECHOES. fl/Tom Johnson, Negro retnrne( to his home in Qannabal, Mo., with $500 000 which he made dur ing liis 'four years stay in the Klondike. .•• ^The Bystander of Dea Moines is greatly improved in appearance sance it has been ohange in form to a 6-col. quarto.—Mitchell vile Index. ... Governor A. H. Longino oi Mississippi, who opposes lynching was nearly mobbed by fellow-stud ents at the University of Mississ ippi for & violent speech against lynch-law. A bill has been introduced in the Legislature of Mississip] giving to the families of the vie tims of mob viblence, $300, and depriving the official, who surren ders a prisoner to a mob, of office. At the annual ortorical contest of the litbrary societies held in Westerville, O., recently oseph Hannibal Caulker,*native of Africa took first place. His subject was •'Our Relation to the Dark Con tinent". Mr. William Grey, one of the...

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. — 9 March 1900

,i:»? wrote dition VOL. 6. MTBUSHED KVKBY FBIDAT BY TUB BY' i^AMDBB PUBLISHING COMPANY, Wtrm AND LOCUST STKKKTS, BOOHS 810 AND 211 MAKQUARDT BLOCK. Ufi 'PHONK NO. 899, mnu PAPBB OF T1IK AFI40-AMERICAN PB9TICTITB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA upwnm. PAPBB OF TUB MOST WORSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TABUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oar nu «&• lonifrT. .months .•••••,• •riar, nprw or draft, to Tmlew*. kin ftfM amdu Publtahiag Company Oommoaioationa mnat ba writtaa ow Ma ef tha paper only and ba of lataraat ta public. "Brevity tha tool a( wtt, Mnambar. P»* .A ranam N VW*111 aot ratnra rajaetad manuscript aooompanled by pottage atampa. Wtaaa 10S1IS LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS liiftCora Smith isiimproving. 8chooP election Monday March 12. Miss Blanche Allen is convalescent Miss Sophia Bass is some better this week. Mr*. M. N. Bell of Phoenix. Arizona, expected in the city next week. Get your winter eoal at 1007 Center street, Iowa 'phone 255. Have you heard Mattie Johnson, ...

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. — 9 March 1900

1 N Iowa State Bystander* l4,^V"v l»* BTBTAXDKR PUB. CO. rm*'- ,.svi DB8 MOINES, iow A: The p&tslon play will be enacted at Ober-Ammerg&u twenty-seven times during the coming summer, the first performance occurring May 24. aew auditorium accommodating 4,000 persons has been built. During the volcanic eruption in the Hawaiian Islands last summer the •moke rose to a height of between five and six miles, and then drifted away to the northeast. At a distance of 600 mile* from Hawaii it settled upon the surface of the sea, and was then car ried back by the northeast wind to its place of origin, where It arrived a fort Bight after Its original departure, and covered the entire group of islands with Its heavy pall. It Is strange now to recall that, as a a girl, the late mother of the German empress waa exceedingly anxious to marry Napoleon III. Indeed, the mar riage waa nearly arranged, but Queen Victoria and Prince Albert strongly disapproved of the proposed alliance, and their op...

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. — 9 March 1900

.y. Iw v^l if#1**#- •HuypyjpuHi* won JP teW t/'- jf i?m jL dol *t •PW A" miy-cure cough medicine won't do. If it will Uf/ttUps" do its wotk. it's worse tj^ik worthless. If i,t*s v^ood, it's worth t5p times its price. Do you know fhere to draw the lpe between the :ood and the bad? is testimonial sjboiild help. "I had a bad cough for six «eekaand coald net find any re lief whatever. My little girl read abont Ayer*a Cherry Pectoral be Mipdi .a .wonderful remedy for Roughs, so I bough# a bottle. It 'njllmd me at once. Before I had taken a quarter of a bottle mv ctagh was entirely cured. I thing -Jtil| ':|he most wonderful cough jointure ever known."—L. HAWK, Mewington, Qnt, May 3,1899. Y«tr doctor or druggist will l^cpr 11 pvt. Tkree tizea: $1.00 •act cfccipeft ia tie loag Sonae politicians nu 56c. toe, jnit the tiling for a cold tlit "bugs oa": ay. ape, for aa ordinary, acaa, u* cold. The early bird is now skirmishing for Mil material—worms next. Thirty Days' Trial Absolutely rits We «...

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. — 9 March 1900

M1 I *W w»«,-Wi L'S s? ?,. hvwws Jtr. Bruce gives Ml adcoont of "B«n Nevis and ItsObservatory." The ject of this observatory Is height ot Buffalo Intelligence. New York Cor. Pittsburg Dispatch: A big bull buffalo had an injured leg, and it was operated on with cocoaine and antiseptics, a few days ago. It was not an easy task for the veterin ary surgeons, because a buffalo is a powerful animal, and he does not like any one to take liberties with him. But the operation was performed and the buffalo evidently felt better after it. Now the great creature goes will ingly to the side of his cage when the surgeons approach. He knows them and remembers that they relieved him, and there is no sign of anything but pleasure on his part when he sees them. Photographic Rock. On the ranch of Paul Miller at Brad ley Flat, near Hot Springs, S. D., is a ledge of rock which seems to possess •11 the properties of a photographic plate. When the rock is moist It will show after a thunder storm a clear p...

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. — 9 March 1900

'yU yw ps- A HR AT YOUNKER BROS. There are 35 complete businesses here under one roof and every single one of these 35 separate stores is about ready or is getting ready for its Spring business. This has been an opening week of Dress Good*, Waist Goods and Silks. The collection la the greates thing Des Moines' shoppers ev»r saw. The new Spring Laces an pretty Trimmings are here In all lavlshness, newer, handsomer •ad finer than you have know even Younkers1 to have before. The Millinery Department la getting ready for its Spring opening. Twogoodslzed armies of busy flngeri are working like beavers (swiftly but Intelligently) getting ready for this beau •i ty show. 4 But the harbingers of Spring are now all over the store, and the daily visitors find much that is interesting. There is much that is new and beautiful to see—much more that it is profitable to any. THE SIIWEEKLY INTER OCEAN!$I LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ALL POLITICAL PAPERS IN THE WEST Always American Always Republican THE WE...

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. — 9 March 1900

1 ~%Jm .. I irr. •.'••' H. j§v Rl *S' &1 CHAPTBR II. BiTiai gon* thus far, Rob would not *T* be*n a true boy had h* not look ferward to this groat change In his Mle without more or less eagerness and pleasure. And Rob was a true boy. He *m a good boy, and a good scholar. He was the best runner, the best foot ball flayer, and the best swimmer in the circle of boys in which he was lender. The blood of splendid health coursed through his veins. He was •tardy, strong and handsome. What .boy such as this would not hail with delight a life in South America, with prospects of adventures in wild and mysterious places. Mrs. Cleverdale so far entered into Ms hopes and plans, that at last she became not only reconciled to the part ing, but pleased at it It meant so much for the bey she dearly loved. She believed that her own life would not be long, and she was glad of this op portunity for Rob to find a home where his future was assured. And at last the eventful day came. Mra. Cleverdale h...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 March 1900

Sit I $ V, jhW'V MKtrf-J" bP, i:b-: "'vl 'BOB. -fe WANTED SOLDIERS':?! HOMESTEADS a A MTEB JUDM SMED BY PERUNA. B&rj^fciid Catarrh Nine Years All Doctors Failed HON. GEORGE KERSTEN. OF CHICAGO. Geo. Kersten, A well-known Justice of the Peace, of Chicago, says: "I was afflicted with Catarrh for nine years. My catarrh was located chiefly In my head. I tried many remedies .without avail. I applied to several doctors, but they were not able to cure me. leaned of the remedy, Peruna, through the daily newspapers. After taking the remedy for 18 Tb* addresses of all Federal Soldiers, their widows ar fcaln. who mad* a uom 8TBAD MUNQ as lata Itea lM aeros aa ar Man UM, sa matter FINAL raoor made or not I will bajr Lti4 Warraats. Address CtaraM w. a. iiosas. Box IMS, Deaver, Oolarada. W. L. DOUGLAS f9 ft SHOES »&BE Vorth S4 to $6 compared, with other makes. llndoraad tar MM^IOOvi Th* penult* have W. L. DougUa' aame and price I stamped an bottom. Take! no aubatituta claimed to be la* go...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 March 1900

A 3 'j v:-S I ^.1 tf-u.f wa State Bystander* »WT4M»a PPB. oo, DBS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, MARCH 3. RACE ECHOES. The Odd Fellows have more lodges in Georgia than in any oth er state in the Union. Several colored bakers and flour makers are employed by the Nati onal Biscuit Company of Philadel phia. The Negro has one clerk, one pressman and two book binders in the Government Printing Office, Washington, D. G. Jackson Jones, a colored miller, who has been in the employee ot the Milling Co., of Wesley Best & Sons of Columbus Kans., for several years, is said to be one of the bast Millers of that state. Couty Clerk John M. Wright of Topeka, is president of the County Clerk's association of Kansas. This is the first time a Negro ever held this position, and is a compliment to the race as well as Mr. Wright. The town of Brooklyn, 111., op posite North St. Louis, has popu. lation of over 1,000 and all the officers of the burg are colored. The town has most of the modern improvements-three...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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