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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 June 1900

ED EQUALS PEETOA, BO THE WOMEN ALL SAY. -5 ne /fi Miss Susan Wymar. JS3 Susan Wymar. teacher in the imond school, Chicago, 111., write3 following letter to Dr. Hartman re aing Pe-ru-na. She says: "Only who have suffered as I have, can ibw what a blessing it is to be able find relief in Pe-ru-na. This has Sen my experience. A friend in need a friend indeed, and every bottle Sift mm Pe-ru-na I ever bought proved a 90d friend to me."—Susan Wymar. Mrs. Margaretha Dauben, 1214 North iperior St., Racine City, Wis., writes: feel so well and good and happy Bw that pen cannot describe it. Pe |-na is everything to me. I have fken several bottles of Pe-ru-na for jiale complaint. I am in the :hange Ifllfe and it does me good." Pe-ru-na no equal in all of the irregulari and emergences peculiar to wom- Eiused by pelvic catarrh. |dress Dr. Hartman, Columbus, 0., free book for women only. 1 the Inst thirty years in Denmark party of the lel't has had a major the chamber, while the king1 retained in ...

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. — 22 June 1900

Kf If am W *rv ?mv v«C5 •a Jtut «qg 4H «m .11" v*ta \«n vCC srf •40 JB .4 •d .3 .* 1 Jt b\i-.'--M:J •I VV :$/'}•'!)•, jlpBffiiiSii Iowa State Bystander# The Sunday morning devotional ser vices were conducted by Mrs. F. Baker and Mrs. Hattie Winfrey. Sunday School at 9 o'clock, superintended by B. O. Terrell of Colfax. At 11 o'clock preaching by Rev. M. J. Burton of Davenport In the afternoon mass meeting at 3 o'clock, led by Rev. Brown Scripture Reading by Rev. Phelps of Keokuk Prayer Rev. S. S. Miller of Keb Essay "How to Interest Children," by Mrs. Mamie Biekley: Essay, "Sunday Schools are What We Make Them" Mrs. Jennie Wright: Es say, "Heavenly Wisdom'' Miss Maria Emanuel. Essay "The Successful Teacher," Miss Beatrice Terrell Essay "A Word to S. S. Pupils" Margaret Coleman Essay, "They That Were Ready Went in," Mrs. Hattie Winfrey Essay, "What it Takes to Make a Sab bath School," Miss Edna Martin, Ad dress, Rev. Brown Xssay, "How Wo men Rob Men of their religion," Ida Biakely Ess...

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. — 29 June 1900

I i'L*' vr 4 VOL. 7. 'PUBLISHED bvehy fbiday by thb byktahdbk PCBLISHINO COMPANY, FIFTH AND LOCUST. BOOM 406 MARQUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHOHI 8W. ,, OVFICf At. PAPKH OF TUB AVRO-AMBIUOAM PBO W TBCTIVR ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPBB OF TBB JtOBT WORSHIPFUL UMITBO OKAND LODOB OF IOWA, A. F. & A. K. TSRBfS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ©n» year W.50 SIX months 75 ttne months....... 60 All subscription payable in advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. 4. '0 H. SHE PAR P« MANAGER. (end money by postcfflce order, mon»y order, iress or draft, to the IowaStatb Bystan jb Publishing Company. Communications must be "written on one side the paper only and be ot Interest to the pub lic. "Brevity is the lottl of wit." remember. We will not return rejected manuscript, un less aocompanled by postage stamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS ftfT-' Mrs. M. J. Breckinridge, is still vei iek at her home on W. 11th St. The Old Settlers annnal picnic will be on or about August the second. Rev. Henry McCraven pr...

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. — 29 June 1900

3SM Fi'hf $' 1 LjtVI^" Iowa State Bystander, MY BYSTANDER PUB. CO. DES MOINES, IOWA. DOTES FROM THE CAPITAL DES MOINES, .Tune 23,1900. 1 The Union Terminal Railway Com pany of Sioux City, has signified its Intention to incorporate with the state, costing1 $2,003.50 in fees. Its capital is 82,500,000. Its incorpor ators are: John Cadwalider, Charles C. Harrison, Sidney L. Wright, John \V. Hamer, William A. Blackford, Lawrason Riggs, Edwin S. Dixon, Adam S. Still. These are all Pennsyl vania men. The company provides in its articles for power to build three lines of road, all from Sioux City, one east to the limit of Woodbury county, one westerly to the Big Sioux, and {One north to the Iowa state line. A few weeks ago there was a sur plus in the state treasury of Iowa of about §2,00,000. This has been de pleted by two months of state insti tution warrants and other outgo not met by the income during the summer months from tax collections, and is now about §875,000. This, it is ex pect...

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. — 29 June 1900

^•"•v lRjj pool) nt gOfJ rsdl 's, a| recel nt vj affair srenff •is.] es faij si ngfl ps a ll IS tt dj wire disj tliosa liej w: ay' bll ck, odl the g» MS It i'l tbj J: r is 5. dj d-l .»— A Story of Patriarchal Times, Eiuone, in the anguish of his pteart, fearing to go even unto knowing that his presence De no comfort while that his f»o mastered him but when even t'was come he crept from the house, (in st any, and went silently to the irden of Jephthah's house, that he light once more be in the place that lad seen him so happy in the presence j)f his soul's love. Still and deserted ras the garden, and the wan moon |ooked down to-night with the same (sold face that she had turned upon the far different scene of last night. wandered here and there among IIdina a el the trees, but ever he came back to the dear spot where lately he had stood with Namarah in his arms. The brook still babbled on, and the cooing of the doves came ever to his ears, as if to remind him that all was the same as...

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. — 29 June 1900

NBVE omniwA p! larftatioM a*» oat sosowefeiag to tfce GO«t Atlanta, atrxi? Tbe retail tbe IwtdimaiHl poefn HBa|ridt" will give a iartwae ai tbe Athletic pari, Jsljr «b- We were safer tbe unprecnoQ tlatwilf A&> AaKtinsi ptnkipated is «di aSasrs. bat we are amukea. We kirs tbat tbe EepcMiaa Slite eosvtsSks mill mttnA here tbe tiorsls^ of L&i&st Im&w&ritl FLS. •ensarf &!» here .f pevridiag Binua fort- •JXf Hpile hny, tad vrtrjom epjojtd btm- grtad ^CMWtefMBMtWMl IwO, Jdjr 4tk. Mw wi»4fto Oak to *M» l*f H» U* city. Mn. P. Farrjr made Tto*t to Otfc* leoMiteMWMk. Mr. sad Mo. PiMjrarr to the ettjr. tWy «m tftiDAsgUNi too, Tbomat, who fommiot their t*k» to €Mc*- lOOO fef (BmimtBl Mr. sod Mrs, Gruw were is f*k» ioow «rt«rri»J, Klodiat tb«f liir'f raacnl, TboDM PiWr. 4. h. TIXKBJMMI «M d»y oa Mi* inoul of MCHMS. W. DsrifsBdA. M. MMM?. Gttxp*. Mtm Cmirert it itrj tctntnpihbed jaaag She haa been depart to tbe place of ber eoapfcyyaiest tonight over tbe Boefc LrtanJ. C...

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. — 29 June 1900

-m and ifl s1 ww4r~M ?S I HJgwuw druggist SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Iowa State Bystander THE OIjDEST COUGHED JOUI^Ak IOWA the leading paper It Goes Into 29 Agents in MONEY SEND NO CUT TIIIS ID. OUT and •end to us, state your inlfkt and height alio number inches around body at bait and axk, and we will send this Btaatffol Pink l'i»« to you by express, C. O. D., MtyMt l«M- MlsstlM.'You can examine and try it on at your nearest exprexs office and if found perfectly satisfactory, ex actly as reprcwnttd and the MOST dHM- __ ever saw or heard of, pay (he «i* bra and express chargesjnprMt ckargn will titngt MUH etaUfwr 1,000 «1Im. jlW» Circular Plush Cap» lut's Seal null, 20 Inches lone, cut full sweep, lined i, throughout with fennM 811* I* blwk, Jerv -"-horately embroidered with ««Uflb*»r«Mand black Jinff ufllmtiited. .Trimmed all around with extm po.1g.M.fiACQ fall 1 sprained my lett hip while lng some heavy boxes. The doe f'lealled on said at first it was a strain and would soon be well, It gr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 June 1900

N' mfrxu\Ms ^NrVV Hf $? ^11 {A ,v II tfc: I BATTLE. IN THE WAR FOR OUR INDE PENDENCE. How the American Farmer* Drove the I British Back to ChtrlMtowo—The Latter Were Permitted to Fire the Opening Guns. It Is the night of April 18, 1775, In the little village of Concord, some eighteen miles northwest of Boston. The gray-haired sires have gathered their little flocks about them, read a chapter from the Good Book and pray «d for King George and the Colony of Massachustts. The fires have been raked up in the open hearths, the can dles have been extinguished and the good people of the little village have retired for their rest. Suddenly the clatter of a horse's hoofs are heard, echoing along the road, leading from Lexington and young Dr. Prescott, who has spent the evening in that village, gallops into the town and sends up the cry: "The red-coats are coming! Awake Awake!" The news which Dr. Prescott brings Is dire news indeed. One Paul Re vere and a man named Dawes have galloped from Bo...

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. — 29 June 1900

r^f hen •*&« raMw*y *oroM Siberia Imptoted,ifc wl11 bn to go lie easy for a per. from Condoa to Japan in hirteea days. World -to Sod thU Year. This te the recent decision of one of societies of-the world, and while Jiere are few people who believe this Prediction, there are thousands of Ethers who not only believe, but know that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will lure dyspepsia, indigestion, consti pation or liver and kidney troubles. A |rial will -certainly convince. In Munster, Germany, is a high ichool L, 100 years old. Dizzy? Then your liver Isn't acting well. You suffer from bilious ness, constipation- Ayer's Pills act directly on the liver. For 60 years the Standard Family Pill. Small doses cure. 25c. All druggists. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Then use BUCKINGHAM'S DYE MSr. 60 CTt. of Pwunnirrs, cm W. p. Co. Wasnu^ N. H. Cats resemble poets, they indulge in j-waewses. It is better to be a nobody than a rascally somebody. A self-supporting sto...

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. — 29 June 1900

4fc JBW -«fa \9K MM 9E J* -ac .» j« 4K a ,« a ..a i&VJ ft IL'to r/./ hr. fewa State Bystander# iVy, FRIDAY, JUNE 29. RACE ECHOES. •v F.J. Loudio, organizer of the Fisk Jubilee Singers, is now a res ident of London England. Dr. M. A. Majors, has been appointed snpertendent of the Ne gro Hospital at Waco Texas. The Colored State Teachers As sociation will convene at Sherman, Texas, June 27. Prof. Gross is president of the organization. Clark Hampton, the wonderful yourig colored artist, has placed a lite size picture, "The Pointers," on exhibition in the circuit court room at Cincinnati. Mrs. Nancy Washington, a col ored woman of Boston, celebrated her 105th birthday recently. She has been married six times and is now a widow. id Paul Lawrence Dunbar's new book "The Strength ot Gideon and Other Stories" is highly aom« tneded by literary cities in general* William Dean Howeil speaks in praiseworthy terms. The citizens ot' Washington D. C., presented Mrs. Rosstta E. Lawson a purse o...

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. — 6 July 1900

j/ icV *s PUBLISHED KVBRY FRIDAY BY THE BYSTANDER r- PUBLKHISG COMPANY, FIIPTU AND I.0CCST. BOOM 405 MARQ0ABDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHOMS.899. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUB AFHO-AMERICAN PK« TKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFlCIAIi PAPER OF TH* MOST WOKSUIPFDL UNITED GKAND LODGB OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. H' One year 'l-JO Six jnonths W Tbree months t......... ou All subscription payable in advance. J. I_, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by posttfflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN DER Publishing Company. Communications must be of the paper Wa written only will not return on one side and be of ic. interest "Brevity to the pub­ is the soul of wit," remember. rejected manuscript, less aocompanled by Mrs. Susan White who has been quite sick for the past few months is improving, a little this week. Colored Jeweler at 310 West Third street will buy old gold or exchange for new. Quite a number of people went out tc: Saylor mine to ...

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. — 6 July 1900

UT J* •s v, iau FI I mewwWW «,TO Icwa State Bystander# BY BYSTANDER FOB. CO. DES MOINES, IOWA Garter Vacancy. According to the London there 1» now a be garter vacant, plebisalte decided bestowed and if there is a on whom it should not a doubt but that K. O. would be placed after the name of the field marshal commanding In south Africa, who moat certainly merits the distinction quite as much as Lord Elgin, on whom it was so properly conferred by Lord Salisbury. In the last two centuries the garter has been only thrice given for military •ervices—to Marlborough, Wellington and lord Anglesey—and, strange to say, no naval commander appears to have had it not even Nelson. King of Robber*. Antonio Bellacorcia, the notorious Corsican professional robber, who died a few days ago at Ajaocio from a par alytic stroke, had enjoyed for more than forty years the admiration of his fellow countrymen. It Is only two years since he voluntarily presented himself before a Corsican court for trial. The ...

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. — 6 July 1900

FJFLF*FOR PRESIDENT. •i-- jj\ N VL".'T „. Had No Opposition in the Demo cratic Convention. 'Kansas City, July B.-^T. J. Bryan of Nebraska was tonight unanimously ly laced in nomination (or president of fthe United States by the democratic /national convention. The nomination If came as the culmination of a frenzied demonstration In honor of the party leader, lasting1 twenty-seven minutes and giving utterance to all tihe pent-up .emotions of the vast multitude. When the call of states began Ala ibama yielded its place to Nebraska and Oldham o" that state made the initial •peech placing Mr. Bryan in nomina tion. This was the signal for the de monstration of the day and in a com mon purpose the great concourse Joined 3n a tribute of enthusiastic devotion to the party leader. Wben the demonstration fhad spent Itself the speeches seconding the nom ination of Mr. Bryan were in order. These occupied some time, numerous party leaders being heard. Senator Hill of New York was ac corded a spl...

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. — 6 July 1900

F#" •A •ft -I/5 13 IT RIGHT 5f|'f For an Editor to Recommend Patent Medicines? v. From Sylvan Valley News, Brevrad N. C.—It may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the va rious proprietary medicines which flood the market, yet as a preventive of suf fering we feel it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. We have known and used this medicine in our family for twenty years and have al ways found it reliable. In many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of suffering while a physician is await ed. We do hot believe in depending implicitly on any medicine for a cure, but we do believe that if a bottle of Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered at the inception of an attack much suffering might be avoided and in very many cases the presence of a physi6ian would not be required. At least this has been our experience during the past twenty years. For sale by al...

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. — 6 July 1900

Wb f]^t,C^ v|tf f(!^j j^:W' fANTED-SEVERAL BRIGHT AND honest persons to represent us as Mana ers in this and close by counties. Salary $900 |year and expenses. Straight, bona-flde, no ore, no less salary. Position permanent, nr references, any bank In any town. It is jiainly office work cokducted at home. Refer oce. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope DOMINION COMPANY. Dept. 3, Chicago. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Iowa State 4 Tf*£ OLDEST COkO^ED 0 A It Goes Into fl u-jB 5 .a §2* rncc If IOWA and the leading paper in the North-west. 76 Counties in Iowa 29 States in the Union 2 Foreign Countries. SUk. H? Agents in 24 tovns in Iova and corres pondence from many different states. taMCbtOwnCortllb purpose. We have several hundred SECONO 1IAN O WHEELS taken in trade which we Will close ont at to 10 each also some shopworn samples and '#9 models very cheap. Send for Bargain ll»t. •PR RELIABILITY Is unquestioned. We refer to any bank or business house In Chicago, or any express or Shepard, matro...

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. — 6 July 1900

I v' ifjw.:s M' ji J^" ivj\ pi11«i *'1't 's'l *w~\ CV* f"S if 'o: 1 Pni,(CHAPTER XI—(Continued.) And when Namarah and her maid ens reached the house of Jephthah, be hold it was hung with mourning, and though the doors were wide, there was neither friend nor servant to be seen. So Namarah entered silently, and took her way toward the apartment of her father Jephthah and as she came unto his door, she'turned and spake unto the maidens, bidding them stay with out in the hall while she Went in alone. And as she thrust open the door and came into the presence of her father Jephthah, behold he to was dressed in mourning garments, and he leaned upon the breast of the young man iAdina, who was also clad in sackcloth and the faces of both men were white jm bo the faces of the dead and Adina had grown gaunt and hollow-cheeked and lost his ruddy color, while her father Jephithah was as one grown old before his time. And Namarah spake no word, but •hutting close the door behind her, she went an...

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. — 6 July 1900

r'M--9fe':':::: R-i"i :.•1 HIS mm f1. lip,. DYINQ REQUEST, It wu fiv• "W H**•?*• 's Fir.*. |uit«* wildly wtcltad throng •hich had gathered in the market plaoe, ujri the New York Journal. A crowd with lta brutal, lta animal na* tura all arouied and with no trace In the flushed faces of lta members of human charity or pity, mounted men fn uniform strove to keep the throng In check, but they and their horses were thrust aside as the mass of cu rious seekers after sensations pushed and elbowed their way forward. There was the honest peasant Jostling with out regard for politeness or policy the wealthy landlord, the grave-digger In his rude habiliments, brushing against the satin Jacket of a noble, the maid servant and the countess all Jumbled together, all concentrating their et forte to gaze on the awful scene before them, to sup full of horrors during tha fearful tragedy which was about to be enacted before their very eyes. In th center of the great square a huge scaf fold had been re...

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. — 6 July 1900

I 5 lA' iSX rA 'Mi & State Bystander# ,'• BTSTAICDBK PVBL COa* 4,1 rt^-.. am Vi*V ®ES M0IKE8, IOWA. FEIDAY. JULY 6. THE NEGRO OF THE NINE TEE.NTH CENTURY. 8pedal to Bystander. Dear Editor: I beg1 leave of you to allow me space in your valuable paper to speak a few words in regard to my roce. which has for the last forty years been striving to reach t& topmost itound in the ladder of prosperity. The first fact that I wish to speak of is that as the time goes by, instead the awful hatred and discrimination be tween the black and white races de creasing, it seems to constantly in crease. Some may wonder and ask why? It is because we stand today upon the dividing line of the antibel lum day's of the (60's) and the privl leg^es that we have fo nobly and brave ly won for ourselves, during the last thirty-five years. It makes me feel so proud when I think of this age in which I live. There are no clouds over head and no convulsions under foot, and oh! how reverently we return thank...

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. — 13 July 1900

VOL. 'b&4^ TO!'1'' Wn 7 sun SBS nvi 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL Sr' UNITED OBAND LODGE OF IOWA, jfe A. F. & A. M. tbbms of subscription. On* year.. Six jnonths.. Three months ..... The last quarterly meeting for this conference year of the A. M. E. church will be on the 24. The Grand Lodge of G. U. O. O. P. convened Tuesday morning at ten o'clock in Mark's hall on Walnut. Colored Jeweler at 310 West Third street will buy old gold or exchange for new. The Little Casino Restaurant' is a new enterprise recently opened at 314 ^V. Third street, with M. Powall pro prietor. Simon Terry, one of our intelli t„. young men from Boone was in city Thursday to witness the Odd I.chop Grant will preach morning evening at the A. M. E. church Sunday. William Turner of Keokuk, a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Hampton, ar arrived in our city to remain indefi nitely. Misses Lula Belle Pine and Mae Mayes of Newton accompanied by Miss Renix, made the Bystander office a call Wednesday morning. ...

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. — 13 July 1900

ih 4A i-y **Vr, $,« i\% Itil^'V \i\ *U« BY BYSTANDER PUB. CO. VV-.-'i _, V/" DBS MOINES, I IOWA. Owd intention* may reosiTt mm«j •otloe, but only acoomplishm«nt galaa •TOkuiM. ___________ la China, twelve miles from Ltoni Chek, there is a mountain of alum1 vkleh yields 100 tons yearly. The Methodists have 142 mission Aries In China, the Presbyterians 209, and the American Board of Commis sioners for Foreign Missions 110. From the way some people act, one would think It wouldn't be safe for them to go to sleep for fear they would attempt to turn over and would roll off the earth. Recent floods in upper, central, and southern Italy, which threatened the lines of railway, have brought to the attention of the government the neces-' alty of replanting forests on the hill' sides. The largest sturgeon was caught re cently In the North Sea. It weighed •25 pounds, but the delight of the fish ermen was tempered by the fact that It did $750 worth of damage to the nets before it was killed. In ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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