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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 June 1900

be Mt at es ll ie It n* ih, 1 ft- 1 1^ ,4, A- $ f. -'4 t- 4 M- a®® But Namarah answered: "Nay, I would have him go forth to •Ihe fight, as hath been his wont of yore, believing himself my only object of care and love and prayer. He hath told me that he wills that I shall marry, and when thou comest back with him victorious, then will I tell him all, and ask his blessing. But, ah, Adina, my most loved one, my new-found joy and hope, how if the enemies of the Lord should slay thee, that thou returnest to me no more!" S And at these words she fell to weep ing, and sobbed upon his breast. But Adina comforted her strongly, and Itade her pray to God with faith, tell ing her he felt within himself that God would prosper the army of her father Jephthah, and bring them back victorious. "Then will I A Story of Patriarchal Times. By JULIA MAGRUDER.M COFTBIQBIKO 1890, 1804 AND 1896 MW99¥¥WW¥¥¥ CHAPTER IV. Bat Namarah raised her handstand hid her face from sight, and Adina's volcv began to tremb...

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. — 8 June 1900

3? (1 1 V' NTONtfe ,_V Children's Day will be observed in an late manner Sunday, with an in* ereatingprogram which will be rendered „theevening by Uteeholrandothers. Mrs. J. H: Anderson is visiting in Ohi cagotbis weqk. She is accompaniedby Master Claude Damon. Messrs. Mctiaw, Coibine and Hill of Davenporl, spent Decoration Day in Clin .ton. Eva Brown DanionroturQei to Chicago, Thursday, after a very pleasant visit with flriende and relatives. William Gr^enlea visited with his moth er last week. Mesdames. J. H. Anderson and M. O. Culberson entertained a few of their lriends on Wednesday evening, May 30th at the home of the latter, at a reception in honor of Mrs. Eva Damon of Chicago Music games and sooial intercourse were indulged in until a late hour. Choice re freshments were served during the eve ning. As the wee hours of night drew near the guests departed for tbeir homes fully convinced tbat Mesdames. Anderson and Culberson were royal entertainers Billy Allen who has for some t...

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. — 8 June 1900

¥4 !«5 'i in t 'v' C. B. I. & P., GOING JSAST. ARRIVE. DEPART. 9:30 p. Chicago Limited....-..*9:31* 4:39 p. Day Express & Mall ..4.45pm 12:ro a. m....'. ..Night Express .....»I2:5S am 12:40 Day Express .. ...»l:00pm C. M. & ST. P.-FONDA LINE. 11 *05am Fonda Express 4"0pm 5*45 m- -Fonda & Sioux City Lim- --9.35 am & ST P—BOONE LIME 11.30 a m—Boone Mall and Express— 3 40 a 7 25ptn Mail and Express 8:00am 4 50am Chicago Limited li i5u UJ •Daily. All other trains daily except Sanday SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TfiZ OUDEST COIjO^ED IOWA and the leading paper in the North-west. It Goes Into SEND NO 76 Counties in Iowa 29 States in the Union 2 Foreign Countries. Agents in 24 towns in Iowa and corres pondence from many different states. DES MOINES PASSENGER TRAINS. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. Hawkeye Limited 7:1.0 a C, R, I. & P., GOING WEST. 8:$0 a. m. .. ..Denver Limited *8:35 am 8:45 p. m,..Night Limited Ex press.. 6:40 a 14:40 p. Day Express »13:f,0 3:55 a. m. Rocky Mountain L!mi...

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

i» I '•I •'f IP" -r is •i jtowa State Bystander. .«•'«* '__ •. ., ,. N BTBTANDKB FOB. CO*, DES MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. JUNE S^f "Y RACE ECHOES. Edward W. Cosby, colored, is telegraph editor of the Buffalo. N. Y. Evening Times. He is, perhaps the only colored man in America holding snch a position. Mrs. Nancy Washington, a col- M% ored woman of Boston, celebrated 'JMIt her 105 birthday recently. She has been married six times and is now a widow. Robert Thompson, died recent ly at his home, Carlisle, Ky. leav ing an estate valued at from $50, 000 to $60,000. He was the wealthiel Negro in that section. The will ot Anna H. Sntton, (white) left an estate approximai ing $200,000, all went to relations except $15,00 bequeathed to the .New York colored mission insti tute. A colored prize fighter name Edward Teachout, was knocked down in Chicago last week in a boxing match, he never recovered from the blow. The autopsy held on the body shows he died of hemorrage of the brains. The "Jim Crow" s...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1900

ffc Wteli tv V1 lv fej scf ,4\ 'A A rDBUSBKP KVKRT TRXDAY BY THB BY8TANDEB PUBLnBMQ COMPANY, riVTH AND LOCUST. BOOM 406 MARgCAKDT BLOCK, IOWA 'PBOHE 899. 1 «mcfMX.papbr or irb aitro-ambricar pho TBCTtVK ASSOCIATION OF 1 9U F. If* o. ^4 I IOWA. omoiAii papbr or thb most woasiuprur. URITBO OHAND LODOB OF IOWA, A. P. & A. M. TiBBKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. year M.S0 WsjDcmtitB.... THm montha 50 An eubecrlpdon payable In advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER, •easyby ssprsss er dr*ft,te Tn lew* ®waidb» Piblliktki Coaipaay OaBunnnleatlona most ba wrlttaa ea eae 44e ef the peper oaly and beef Islmrtti MepubUe. "Brevity to the eaal et wH," remember. Wfa will aot retura rejected •aannrlp anises accompanied by postage swoipa. IOWA'S LBADIIG COMBED Pi PER. Mrs. Lena Reed left Thursday eve ning for an indefinite visit in the west. The pionic next-Thursday promifes tQ fee a success. All are invited. Mr. D. Roy was quite sick this week, but is some better at this writing. J. H. Mix...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1900

am. •Vi li'fjl rA ,V1 11 ::«^V 3 ?*r 4 #«, & p?' Yz} YjT iib* & t* iw: ti,*v e*4 j?*-: DfcS MOINRR, IOWA. HOTES FROMTHE CAPITAL OM Momi*, JnB« 16, ltOOi BOB. Smith McPherson has mt|Md his office congressman from tin math district of low* and qualiied as Judge of the federal court of tbeeouth ern district Of low*. ,r f-v r8age, "The 1900 crop of corn In Iowa ig to be a record breaker," nld J. director of the Iowa weather attd crop service. **}fen who have studied the conditions report to that at na time in ten years haa the corn »t this time o' the year looked so clean and appeareu to be in anch per* feet condition. Ifo color is fine, the stalks are firm and sturdy., ana the promise of a magniHcentcrop is ex cellent. I believe there will be .a con siderable increase in the acreage of corn in the state it may amount to two percent. That does not sound ljke much, but it means a great -deal When von remember that the acreage last year was something o*er 8,000,000." Governor Shaw...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1900

A V^. $fk iv OowawatiD CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) 'Now, it the host' of Jephthah marched down the streets of Mlsper, while allalong the people cheered and •hooted as thejr passed, behold at Jeph twh's side, in front of them, there rode the young mas Adlna, and not behind, as was his wont. And by this token all the people knew that he had won lK»T for himself in battle, and that Jephthtih strove thus to show the favor which he had toward him, and with the noise of their shoutings, "Long lire Jephthah, the GUeadlte!" were mingled cries of "Long live Adina!" v- And as these sounds came even to the ears of Namarah, behold the flush upon her cheeks grew deeper and her eyes yet more glorious.. And ever the' soldiery pressed onward, followed by the shouts of triumph from the crowd. And Jephthah, the mighty captain, -rode a night-black, charger, while that of Adlna was white as milk. Both Men were clad. In gleaming armor, on 'which the rays, of the setting, sun made biases of vivid Are, gildi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1900

a a •'i 1 1 State Bystander. AMDB» REM co tMQIKBS, id* A. mimmllm• AY, JDNE 13. •.. SCAT1NB' NEWS. Mrs. Maggie Pearson is reported tick. ftev. Gordon and I. P. Johnson left Tuesday iporntng for Keokuk 16 attend the convention. Stephen Meltonind and Miss Dora Boston were married Friday. The choir renderd a sacred concert 8an(5ay«*ening,Mv." Children's day Exercises will be held on Sunday, June 24th, owing to the de lay of the programme, s? As Mrs. Nelson Carr and son, Junius Brown of New York City, N. Y., were driving to town, the horse became frighted and ran a way, throwing Mrs. Carr out and bruising her considerable. The buggy was demolished. The D. Y. W. Y. K. club met at the home of Miss Florence White last Tues day. After the transaction of business they were treated to ice cream and cake. They will give a concert at the home of Samuel Barnes, June 21, for the benefit of the church. FRASJBR. The weather has been very pleasant. Revs. Koey, Underwood and family L. G. Garret and M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1900

#f$ V& •fsv 4 -^A'- "iX vil-Bain...... Hi 1 Mf'f aadflberchamois. Is "T" #1 i'Vir *.* MOINES PASSENGER TRAINS. C. B. I. & P., GOING EAST. ARHIVE. DEPART. 9:30p.m. ....Chicago Limited.... .»9:3R pm 4 3» p. Day Exprese A Mali. ..4:46 pm 1S:CQ a. Night Express *18:86 am 1*:40 p. m....x..Day Express .. .•..•! iOO pm ......Hawkeye Limited 7:00 am C. R, I. & P., GOING WEST. 8:30 a. m. .. ..Denver Limited *8:36 am 9:86 p. m...Night Limited Express..6:40 am 12:40 p. m. Day Express *12:60 3:86 a. m,Rocky Mountain Limited.H:00 am •11:40 a. m.... FastMall......... C. R-1. & P. TO KEOKUK. 11:52 a. m. Eldon ..8:85 pm 3:80 p. m. Keokuk ....7:10 am DES MOINES & FORT DODGE. 8:30 p. m.Ruthven Mail & Express.l3:10 pin 10:45 a. m..,.Tara and Fort Dodge....4:45 8:30 p. m.. ..Minn and St. Paul... .*0:00 9:40 a. m,.St. Paulaad Mtnn. Flyer .8:30 am INDIANOLA & WINTERSET BRANCH. 11:90 a.m....!! Mall 4:40 1«:40 p. m.Winterset Accotamodation.8:46 am j£7:0S .Indlvnola Express 8:40 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1900

x' \v }KV ,•1 '•a l\ Twenty English Killed tnd Wourfded. TWO OFFICERS AMONG DEAD. Heavyrtghtlag Xtv Kerste aad OMlw BMk-Mnti I I a & *"$+ London, Jane 15.—A dispatch front Gsn. Buller, dated Ingogo, Station, June IS, says that the British casual ties at Allemann'a nek were 2 officers killed and 6 wounded, and 18 non-com missioned officers and men killed and US wounded. An unofficial Boer story Chat comes by way of Lourenco Mar' ques mentions very heavy fighting near Berate Fabrieken and Donker Hoek, which is apparently the same action. According to this brief ac count the British were repulsed. There seems to be no reason for accepting the story as true. :r\ ROBERTS FALLS OST BOEBS. Cift(M Bottom Near Pretoria—Burthen Not Beaten. London, June 14.—After a week's silence 'Lord Roberts has been heard from, his line of communications hav ing been practically restored by means of a complete victory gained by Gens. Methuen and Kitchener over Gen. De wet at the Rhenoster river yesterda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1900

a, 9? I' fft !kf v&'i? waigmgflaiiBj^ 1 KJ tk, •, _J|6 trouble iHtb-tW trusts Is that ^trustees will ot trust the people. ||jMi«t on having Maplo City Sosp if you jtipiurt the best. If your dealer does not keeo PFLMSWIUGETIIXMVOII. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not «. stain the hands or spot the kettle. If some people don't watch out, Cabal's horn will not wake them up. A Wit ruing. Pain oraoreneus in the back must never be (lighted. Kidney diseases creep on us with only th4t one warnlns. Dfel»y is folly when by thetlmely use of Morley's Liver and Kid ney Cordial, the great System Renovator, all dangeC: can be avoided. This remedy Is a posi tive our* tor Kidney and Urinary Troubles. Ask your Druggist. Those who enjoy the moon's rays are not necessarily Lunatics. The of la beautiful hair. Secure It with Pchum Hbeauty AKKKH'I AIB BALSAM. (Muowooaiffi, the beat euro for corn*. ljct«. Tlie so-called leaders of the people are dealers in their own wares for the sake of the profits. Piio's C...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1900

if 'pt -t.er i' I i- )i' if' GISTS •v. N*H*N OfJtU W8W FOUOHT. It, 1 i*«Ur*t'a N»a «U.» J,l l* C«M»-«».M»U. J|| *Abont tW!l,ye»PB *r6," s*id a iust* 'tMMtt man to a New Cleans Tim«8? Epmoortt reporter, 'Jthfre "tiled at the Charity ^old Qer iqaa who-onee- upor a time. followed •file qu«erett«Qtvae In the World. He •wiu» a'tnaker of coats of mail. Long before the war he had a littlejewalry •hop on the north side of Canal street •nd the coat of mail business was a •ort of private side Une. The armor 4te made was composed of small links ot very hard steel, woven together BO compactly that one could not thrust even a pin through thu interstices, and it was said that the "coats" would turn either a knife or a bullet. They were fashioned something like a sleeveless undershirt, and were Intended to be Worn immediately beneath the outside garments. In those days the use of •uch devices was popularly attributed to fellows who wanted to secure an 'in fair advantage in duelling and the rep uta...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1900

mm IT'k 1 ill |lr £i IH a a I^sip, tytjMf- DU«L« wwg royon* "f^Oi' Mm «M Wm V' M»k*r ol %l- Xv "About two. yeirg ago," said a husN man to a New Orleans Times Damocrfct- reporter, "thitfto^lfed at the Charity old Ger iqan who- onee-upop a time followed #$he queerest sWKJe in the world. He "Hwkh amaker of coats of malf. Long Wore the war he had a little Jewelry •hop on the north side of Canal street and the coat of mail business was a •art of private side fyne. The armor *o made was composed of small links ot reiy hard steel, woven together so compactly that one could hot thrust even a pin through the interstices, and flMu was said that the "coats" would turti IP either a knife or a bullet They were ,iM fashioned something like a sleeveless undershirt, and were intended to be worn immediately beneath the outsl.le 'garments. In those days the use of auch devices was popularly attributed to fellows who wanted to secure an m fair advantage in duelling and the rep ,, station of wearing on...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 June 1900

VOL. 7. t&V^> Ill 8M ptTBUSHKD EVKHY FRIDAY DY THE BYSTANDER pubumbino company, fibth and locust. BOOU 405 MAKQUAUDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONB 899. (IVMOIAIi PAPER OF TUB AFKO-AMBKICAH PBO tbctivr association OF IOWA. OMJCIAL PAPKH OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL UNITI&D GltAND LODGI OF IOWA, A. r. & A. M. TJOHMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year gix months *5 fluw months Colored Jeweler at 316 West Third street will buy old gold or exchange or new. H' 8. Clay and his son Evertt has re turned from- their sojorn at the lake* in Minnesota- McKinley and Roosevelt, are the lead* ers of the Republican tickct, all honest voters can Bupport themjl^l^lfl'il^l:': Mr. and Mrs. John Walker entertrin ed J. L. Thompson and Gus Watkins £at dinner last Sunday. Dr. J. W. Lawther, who has been seriously sick the past few weeks,' we are glad to say is covalescent. Mr. and Mrs. Jas, C. Williams enter tained Miss Bessie Stewart and Mr. W. Hughes, at dinner, Sunday. Mr. Geo. Stanton and son, George Frederick, wi...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 June 1900

JIN *&-: 101 sin *V .. PUBLISHED EVKttY FRIDAY BY THE BYSTANDER ^DBUBBIKO COMPANY, WITH AMD LOCUST. KOOM 405 MAKQUAUDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 899. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THK ArKO-AMBKICAN PKO ®KOTIVIt ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OW1CIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL UNITED OKAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. tbhmb of subscription. ,....11.50 one year Six gnonths /g '^^iJfsu^riptioapayable in advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER I• mM money by poatofflo* «te, art«r, upriN or draft, to Twa |*wa Stai InuiBii PabUiklfei Com ft»y Oommoaloatlona mnst be writtra aa (Me of th§ paper only and bo of iaUrMtte lipoblla "Brovity ta tki aoal of tomsmber. W« will not rotnra rojaotod mannaarlpl Mlsss aooompaaied by pot tag* stompe. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Mrs. Wilson Hughes is somewhat in disposed this week. Mrs. Geo. Staples is planing for a visit in the West this summer. Mi6s Myrtle Cooper, of Knoxville is visiting Miss Emma Watson. Mrs. M. J. Breckenridge who been sick is...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 June 1900

Iowa State Bystander, :W & BY BYSTANDER PCB. CO. DES MOINES, IOWA. Jfruwen'a Ktv EipeHUok Frldtjof Nansen is planning another expedition for the coming summer. It will not be a polar trip this time, bat, as he describes it in Petermann's Mit theilung, has for its object an exact physical and biological examination of the Norwegian sea in all its depths between Norway, Iceland, Jan Mayen and Spltzbergen. The temperature and specific gravity of the water will be specially studied. A new steamer has been built for the expedition. Yonnce't Hull road President. John Skelton Williams, age thirty five years, is the youngest railroad president in the world. He is the head of the Seaboard Air Line railway, aggregating nearly 3,000 miles of tracks. He had to work for his liv ing while a mere lad, and two of the chief causes of his rapid promotion are his uncompromising integrity and his phemonenal capacity for hard irork. Light on Siberia. A traveler returning from Siberia says: "The pris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 June 1900

•vdi CHAPTER VIII. Jephthah's Daughter: A Story of Patriarchal Times. On the evening of the return from ittle of the hosts of Jephthah, the jfileadite, Namarah went, as was her jfont, to feed her doves, and as she among them, more white than the gown she wore, there came hfef, down the garden-walk, through rtetT branches of the trees, the Adina. Imarah knew that he would at this time'and place,'but rithin her trembled, and the not so far gone from out her but that his coming called it to a rose in bloom. who had rested from his and refreshed himself, was this evening, like Namarah, all in Ite. in a stately robe that swathed .' Stalwart body from the shoulder to sandals on his feet. His beautiful Strong young arms were hid beneath fits folds, until, as he came up to where fthe maiden stood, he reached them |out and folded her tenderly and strongly against his breast. "Hurt not the bird, Adina," she said, [filowly, as he held her there and knew [not to distinguish between the Cutter l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 June 1900

Mm Wmmb Mm* of Boeka* Hhofa. 8tx women and four men, accused of patronising a bucket-shop in th* Rial to building, were fined the coats by Justice Martin yesterday. One of the women, who gave her name as Maria Jones, attempted to leave the court room without paying the costs. De tective Wooldrldge saw her and he pursued and overtook her at the door. He took her to a cell, where she was kept until she paid the necessary amount—Chicago Tribune. Diamond Polishing Tedious Work. Diamond polishing is a lengthy process. The workmen sit at long tables with their backs to the light and have in front of them small iron wheels revolving with terrible rapid ity—1,500 times a minute. The round ed diamonds are dipped in oil and dia mond dust, soldered to a handle and placed against the wheel. The many sides of the stone are given here and It is a tedious process. Barratry Cm* la Not FUBED. When the charge of barratry, which means the encouragement of lawsuits, made by W. Van Kirk against Attor ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 June 1900

•v «, kl vt you ever used AVIS' MECHANICS SOAP? I UNQUESTIONABLY "•The Greatest Dirt Killer." fSOc, a BOB n. M. DAVIS SOU* CO., Kihn. CHICAGO* SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Iowa State Bystander THE ODDEST COINED JOUI^Ak of 8 Cakes. Ilf not kept by your dealer, send us his name. lOe. for largo full-sited eake. I Its greatest friends ait MONEY CUT TBI* AD. OUT and •end to on, state your w,l«ht and kelgkt alio number inches around body at kait and aeek, and we will send this Beautiful risik l'a»e to you by express, V. O. D.| Mk|Mt w« aoriaatloa. You can examine and try It on at your nearest express office and if found perfectly satisfactory, ex actly as represented ind tk. MOST saw or beard of, pay the BrQfi 1^1 cnli far I*000 •llet# This Circular Plush Cape •alt's 8«sl ri.ik, 10 Inches lone, cut full sweep, lined throughout with ImerM Silk klMk, elaborately embroidered with aoataekobraidand blade beading as illustrated. Trimmed •awaKc?»«aufflaa^ Last fall 1 sprained my lett hip while handling som...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 June 1900

•t, *fj fet a*:« wt J, v* 2 A W Convention at Philadelphia ui Session. APOD CHEER MR. M'KINLEY 4ttai'n»«t»'8a}i the Second Battle I* ... idliMi 111im—Gov. Koi nevelt Received ,«• OmtioB Ha £ntM«d the Hie kCmrMtlon -Hall. S* soon as the temporary organlza fSta. was effected the Republican na -dKhnal convention took an adjourn sseot to, noon. ffefladelphia.June 19.—The first ses •t&m. ot the Republican national con «eniica—the twelfth in the history ol .£3te party—began in Exposition hall jdfc 12:3& o'clock. It was a purely per Msuetorf proceeding today. The party jOMUtasers stopped caucusing at the j&emnttown hotels long enough to run «tp tty the hall and effect a temporary ^B3pumatiion and then returned to the «K8t£erence rooms to resume the wire jwiung over the second place on the ticket. The feature of the first session ths speech made by Senator Wol vai££ of Colorado, who acted as tem jjexaxy chairman. Ten thousand peo- Attended the formal opening of the .iBxereniion....

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