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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 September 1900

I U,~ rZ W i#l' ffw «Si Iowa State Bystander. BI BYSTANDER PUB. CO. DES MOIXES, is ?v #B 1 IOWA. KRUGER DEPARTS. I president of Transvaal Arrives at Lo renxo .Marque*. Lorenzo Marques, Sept. 13.—Presi dent Kruger arrived here last night. Washington, Sept. 13.—The follow In was received by the war depart ment. from the United States army bflicer, Reicliman, who accompanied the lloers in their campaign as a Jnilitary observer: "Lorenzo -Marques. Sept. 13.—Events have required the departure of at taches from the Transvaal. Request Instructions." This message is interpreted at the* department to mean the complete toll apse of the Boer resistance to Kngland. Captain Reicliman was ca bled permission to start at once for the I'nited States. The flight of President Kruger from what is now designated as the Yaal River colony and his arrival last niirlit at Lorenzo Marques is re pa riled here as indicative of an early end to the hostilities in South Africa. ItKSnil! OK T11K DISASTER. To ml Io...

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. — 14 September 1900

'•r LOST ON THE.... VELDT CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) But they were hardly prepared for sight that met their eyes. In the elter of the kopje, her face turned wards it, lay a young girl, her print own torn and stained, her face like at of the dead, her eyes closed, her air falling in tangled masses about er face. She was frightfully pale, and first they thought she was dead. "Feel her heart, Preston," said reene, in a whisper. "What an ema iated creature! Is she dead?" "I don't think so," said the other. "Quick! give me some water, Greene!" The other obeyed, and Preston put some to the white, stiff lips. The liquid seemed to bring back a feeble flicker of life. Her eyelids half closed, then shut again. "Quick! get her on mv horse! We must take her with us," said young Preston quickly. "We cannot leave her here to die, even if she dies in our hands. Help me, old fellow!" The girl was a more featherweight. Greene uttered an exclamation as he lifted her. They carried her to Pres ton's ho...

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. — 14 September 1900

Iowa State Bystander* II BTOTANDER PDA CO. DBS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. RACE ECHOES. A $75,000 capital instalment and supply company has been organ ized by seven colored men at Ne wark, II. J. On the 2nd and 3rd of October the National Afro American Medi cal association will convene at St. Louis. Mr. Roscoe Conklin Bruce, son of the late B. K. Brnce, and a stndent at Harvard University, addressed the Men's Sunday club at Chicago last Sunday. His sub ject was, "Character of Abraham Lincoln." The German government has asked Prof. Booker T. Washing ton to send three of his graduates to take charge of and conduct a model farm in one of the German provinces, on the west coast of Africa, and yet some of our peo ple say what is the use of being educated. DOCTOR YOL IiSELF. •'tionova" Tablets are mailed and guaranteed by Kidd Drug Company Elpin. 111., to cure all forms of diseases of Urinary org-ans, and system, Bladder, etc., including Gonorrhoea. Gleet. Whites, Lueorrhoea. unna...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 September 1900

HI 11 A. M.: o'clock Preaching. at 7 p. ftl. Kev. t». Bates, Pastor. St. Pan! A. M. R.—Corner of Second und Center Streets. Preaching ut 10.SO a. m. Sunday School at 3 o'c'ocft: Epworth I.PAtrue at X. m.: preaching at 8 p. m. F. J. Peterson, pastor. First African Haptlst Church— bonier School •Mid Fourth str«rtts. U. l\ r,omack p.^sfur. Preaching Hi:5.ia. in.: Sunday school 2.3) p. m.. Mr. M. K. Houstcjii, Siipwintcudent: Young People's mtetiiif 7 p. preaching 8 lift p. in. Burn's M. K.-East Second ami Pes Moines street.—Sunday service-, piYH'.-hnig at 11 :CO a. uud 4 in. Sunday School at lii.MO. Praver and ulns.-. nice'ii.e, Wednesday 8 p. All aie welcome. Ii-v. C. W. Holmes, pastor. 'JSO Des Moines strcer. Mount N'etio Hatitist Chinch—E. Second Street. tift"ci'M Lncii-t ami Cruud iivenin^---Sunday .service, preueliinir ui II a. in.: Minday School l!i 30 p. in.. SuiH'i'lutemli'iit Komi johuoli. Preaching at N p. in. ltev. J. 1MI, pantor. SECRET ORDERS. North Star Lodge, No. 3, A, F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 September 1900

5 T$w*/ 1 I 1 1 t. '. 1 'The latest news from floodswept "Galveston Increases the horror of the picture !?ft by the terrible tidal wave. At loast fen thousand persons were swept into eternity by the wind and "wave that set in at 2 o'clock Saturday morning, and continued for twenty four hours. The following report is from a oi'respondent at the scene of -4he dreadful calamity. The exodus of the people of Galves ton, fleeing from hunger and pestilence and thousand-fold suffering, has begun in arnest. At least 1,000 men and women had taken advantage of the transporta tion facilities furnished by pressing into service all available small boats •and .sailed to Texas City and Virgiuia Point. O .ter thousands are ready to leave as e-ooii as they can secure pas sago. 31 ust ict Them Away. Mayor Joucs says that there are at 1.000 uomen and children and in jured niei v.-ho ill it is imperative to I alio away at once to avoid great mor tality among them. Their going is a blessing to them, -ami...

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. — 14 September 1900

X' ••y. v^.-.v: ^-i:'* STORIETTS. James McNeill Whistler was once, painting a portrait of a distinguish, ed novelist, who was extremely clever but also extremely ill-favored. When the portrait was finished, the sitter did not seem satisfied with it. "You don't seem to like it," Whistler said. The sitter confessed that lie did not, and said in self-justification: "You must admit that it is a bad work of art." "Yes," Whistler replied "but I think yon must admit that you are bad work of future." Among' all the h»rrors of war, liu ,inorous situations often occur. An English army Burgeon in South Afri ca tell an amusing story of nn Eng lishwoman of high rank who was en grossed by the charms of amateur nursing. One morning, on approach ing the cot of a soldier whom she had given especial attention, she found him with hi*s eyes tightly clos ed and a piece of papet pinned on |tlie sheet, on which was written: "Too 111 to be nursed today. Respectfully, J. L." The late John J. Ingalls was em ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 September 1900

OTTU&WA NEWS. Mrs. Jus. Hamilton and granddaugh teir Lillj Fields lelurned M(tnd:iy and re ported nice tiiue, also Mrs. Chas. Tay lor. Mr. J. Gilheit died Monday m-rning at three o'clock and was buried Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. Johnson of Kwosniiqua and Mrs. Mary McKoy woie here and attend ed the Cut bal. Mr. Willinms died Saturday evening at 5 o'clock and was taken to Dalton, Mo foe burial. Mr. Williams' brother is in bed with consumption. Mr. Johnny Davis has returned. He has been visitiug friends. Miss May Campbell U#s returned trorn Cedar Rapids where she lias been visiting relative, and reports a lovey time. DAVENPORT REPORT. The I. & P. ran an excursion to Peoria Sunday. A large crowd of col ored people went to tee the sights of the second city in Illinois. Messrs. ». W. Chesterfield, Wm. Ha lter and Joe Saunders are all three bachelors at present, as their wives are visiting in Keokuk. The Odd Fellows and Masons are meeting with great success in arrang ing for the gr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 September 1900

A \i r^ j?iJi JI Spg a "U 1 'V 1 liV (?& fe S •Jsr"** ijwi-l'^.-'f 1 A «V VOL. 7. MJOLISBED EVEKY FRIDAY BY THE BYSTANDER PDBUBHINO COMPANY, F1VTU AMU I.0CD8T. KOwM 4U5 MAKQUAIIDT BLOCK. 11IWA 'PUONB H99. OVflCUli PAPER or T»K AFltOAMEHICAH PKO TKCT1VR ASSOCIATION OP IOWA. oriricrAi. PAPKU OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL UN1TKU CKAKD LODOE OF IOWA, A V. & A. PublisHing Company. Coa manlcalious must be written on one side of the paper only and be of interest to the pub itc. ''Brevity is the soul of wit." remember. We will not return rejcted manuscript, nn i' ess accompanied by postage stamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER CITY NEWS Mrs. C. S. Stewart is on the sick list this week. Mrs. M. Powell her recent illness. 1^'", M. TBRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year 11.50 months 76 Three mouths: 60 All subscription payable In advance. 4. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by poatcfflce order, money order, erpreea or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN vDEK has recovered from You ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 September 1900

DES MOINES, w/' &«...> t^r Judge in Vi Iowa State Bystander# BY DTSTANDKR POB. NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL lies Moines. September SI, 1900. The annual report of the Iowa (school for the deaf has been received by the board of control from Superin ttudent Henry vv. Itoberi. It shows the- were 2B8 pupils enrolled daring the year ending June 30, 1000 Twen ty-one left the institution, and three died in the year. The largest number received from any one county was sixteen from Pottawattamie. Polk came next with thirteen. Several ccunties sent but ons pupil, and four teen counties of the state were not represented. The farm products for the year amounted to $1,428.84. The majj iifacturing departments, including shoe shops, sewing rooms, carpenter shops, 1 rirting offices and bakery, produced goods to the amount of $53,. 154.02. The court docket for the September term of the district court of Polk county nas been issued. It is the larg est ever known in the history of the local bar, conta...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 September 1900

ff -A" plfcHAPTER I. "••.•'-:• a: "Its the only thing to do," said Alan, jthrustlnjhls haods Into his pockets and looking straight before him. "Here ,there is nothing for me, and, as you cay, there is nothing to -keep me here, it was her wish twsides and yet—yet I hate leaving it." 3 "I can well understand it, lad. I was the same.' It is just in us Scotch men, this lore ot the land. And I bad Joaa, too, to keep me here and se I're just stuck on and made a precarious living, and I've but staved off the It did not take long for Alan Mac kenzie to sefll his few possessions, a*id to turn his baok upon the little Scotch town. He was going as far as Glas gow, to take a steamer to South Am erica. His story was simply this: A lad to whom his father had once given a free passage to South America -had done so well at Rio that he was now one of the foremost merchants there. He had remembered his benefactor,and when he heard of the captain's death, written and offered a good place his counting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 September 1900

"sffw? ALBIA KJBW& Ber. W. A. Searcy and Mrs. Josle Meadows are »Ueudlug the Annual Uon ^•ferehoe In Aiinttea polls this weeki Mr. and Mrs. Ed Butler went to Bed Bock on lh« excursion last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jones were Hook ing visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Davis and family and Mrs. W. F. Ward took dinner at the home ot Mrs. P. A. Reed Sunday. OSKALOOSA NEWS. Mrs. B. Bland, who has been visiting ber sister, Mrs. H. Jones, will return to her home in La Junta, Colo., this week. Mr. Peter Williams and Mrs. Hannah Smith of this city were married at their home on 216 N. A street Thursday even ing at 8 o'oljpk. Rev, Johnson officiated. Mr. G. H. Jones was again cnl'ed to the bed-side ot his brother-in-law, Mr. Peter Bingo, who is quite low with brights de sease. LATER—This mornirg came the news of the death Mr. Peter Wingo. Mrs. G. Jones and son, Vivian, have gone to Montezuma, the home of deceased. Mr. Peter Williams has opened a first class boarding house at Mrs. Samp...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 September 1900

... -y It Goes Into 76 CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. The Corinthian Baptist Church —mtuated on 11th St., between Crocker and Sitia Sts. Preaching at 11 A. M. Snnday School o'clock Preaching, at 7 p. M. Rev. S. Bates, «tor. 8t. Paul A. M. E.—Corner of Second and Center Streets. Preaching at 10:30 a, m. Sunday School St 3 o'clock Epworth League at 7 p. m. preaching at 8 p. m. F. J. Peterson, pastor. First African Baptist Church—Corner School and Fourth streerts. Rev. F. Lomack pasMor, Preaching l(».»0a. m. Sunday school 3.30 p. m., Mr. M. E. Houston, Superintendent Young People's meetly 7 ^SUBSCRIBE FOR THE .V-. v',,'.1. .,1. t^E ODDEST "VV- COUGHED JGUl^tyVk p, in, preaching 8"00 p.m. Barn's M. E.-East Second and Des Moines street.—Sunday services, preaching at 11:(I0 a. m. and 4 p. jn. Sunday School at 18:30. Prayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. All are welcome. Rev. C. W. Holmes, pattor, 930 Des Moines streer. Mount Nebo Baptist Chnrch—E. Second street, between Lncust and Grand avenu...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 September 1900

f$M as I' K' J7 ^'Entire Field Practically Idle—Hope fWmi- 1 ^V1 t-*"V psfe-v/ t«~ 4 »M M0.1E THAN 126,000 MEN OUT. rrierfal Methods Being Owd *T the Strikers In Their Efforts to Close the i'ew Mmei 6till lit Operation—Sheriffs Swrsriag to Hazleton, Pa., Sept 21—With many additions to their ranks, making 126, 000 men now out, with colliery after colliery forced to abandon operations, with employers whose workers have no grievances pleading in vain with the diggers, and with ail indications pointing to a general tie-up in the anthracite coal fields, the striking miners continue their talk of arbitra tion. Leaders of the great body of men cow idle insist they seek only a fair hearing and are willing to let their case rest on the decision of impartial men, promising to abide by the re sult whatever It be. The one point ge which they are detei mined is that the whole coal field shall be included in any ngotiations with the operators. Although in isolated cases owners of mines have offer...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 September 1900

r?}$i tern 3S5 TAU 9f •nrnmmxmm^m. «HMJUITI »Tbp young forget their fancies, tha oid fcrget their care3, When pretty Mistress Marget cotae3 stalling down the stairs." Nobody who once looked upon Mis tress Marget—-pretty Mistress. Ma-get almost everybody called her—could help loving her. I, Thomas Dawtry, plain and simple squire of the realm, %Yloved her better than all the world. $%"But pretty Mistress Marget waB not ^v-'ffor me, or so, at least, hor father had sinformod me. As for me, I had long since decided to abide by this decision only so long as circumstances com pelled me. Whenever fate offered me the shadow of an opportunity I meant to s,teal Mistress Margat'and run away .with her. Mistress Marget, as I had ievery reason—save spoken words—to Relieve, would be by 110 means unwil­ ling. The opportunity came when my sweet lady's father Was called away to light for his king and country, King Charles and Bonnie England. I, who longed to fight for king and country also, dared the ...

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. — 21 September 1900

St?' ports, %t DBS MOINES, IOWA. •if FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 81. RACE ECHOES. It is said that the A. M. E. ttion people will build a tabernacle church in Chicago, which will be the finest church in America own ed by Afro Americans. "The Black Patti Troubadours opened tbeir season at the theater Royal, Montreal Canada, last week. A crowded house greeted tbeir opening. The peoples' Anxiliary Hospital nd Training School, at St. Louis, lo., is the only hospital in that state that is under the controle of colored surgeons. Dan Creedon, the Australian middle-weight, and Billy Peyton, the colored fighter of Washington, have been matched by A1 Herford of the Eureka A. C. of Baltimore to meet in a twenty round contest before this club at the opening show the latter part of this month. Peyton is considered to be a world beater as the Washington sports, who look to see him win over Creedon. light- Joe Gans, the colored weight champion, and Kid La vigne, the ex-light-weight champ* ion of the world, a...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 September 1900

tpp~ 1 ost chai jtage." ng durin any, sho •d grea r'the r,rLond this rtant ondon, 1"- :SayS pintry. plow sod and fi tlfied ins quitc eo ..A»S Uitji. he fee/it sed tlie ked in s__ the cul has ery i. age er," soul I is COI ore he Srew: ess, ilfe ngs, no Launcelo am I sfe- *i. :V- i:- rUBUSBED KVKHY FRIDAY BY THE BTMANOKR psbubhiko Company, rirra and locust. HOi -KJ5 MAHQUAUUT A r. Publishing Company. Conmuulcatious must be written on one side of the paper only and'.be of Interest to the pub ic- ''Brevity is the soul of wit." remember. We will not return rej cted manuscript, un au accompauied by postage stamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS H. Nixon, Jeweler, No. 316 West Third Btreet Tunes Pianos and re pairs Organs. Mir.! James Weeks. ^p»rJwxi» and enterprising citizens has T* ye of Lo he "storj follows: *v !?^hima beautiful home on 1307 «JOke« Vreet and will move this fall, her eye 70lc%fteen couples of the young society agf^ople gathered at the home of the hisses Woo ard,...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 September 1900

r*4 :~:m ,,j 2pi -m *.4 red erde\ soil J?!" iX- JJ JfiPSlffl vr. rafeV- '"i A*£9H^tortkMxB3Vtai ***vys r-v ,1 ~r "DES MOINES, js| Des 1 i! The articles of incorporation of the Southwestern Railway Company have been received at the secretary of btate's office. The articles provide for the organization of a railway com pany and construction of a line from Pella to Howell, a distance of about eighty miles. The line will con nect the Wabash at Pella and the Keokuk and Des Moines division of the Bock Island at Howell. The com pany is to be capitalizefl at $100,000. The state horticultural society is being furnished with a collection of the flora of the state. The plants are being donated by Professor Pa mm el of the botanical department of the state agricultural college at Ames, fend mounted by him, the state having to pay for the paper and materials used in mounting only. Over 200 specimens have already reached the office of Secretary Wesley Green. Heretofore the state has had no col le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 September 1900

Rf^hi storji llows: CHAPTER II. Jabes Hutchinson received our hero with a free aa dark aa a thundercloud, but it seemed that, when he heard Alan's news, he considered it import ant enough to warrant his intrusion on his privacy. It appeared to Alan that, ef whatever importance it was to the Arm, it was of still greater to Hutchinson, which coniraed him in his suspicions that he had private dealings which had nothing to do with the firm. Alan talked the matter over, and .iutchlnson was Impressed with his clear-headedness and the concise way he had of stating things. Little by little he looked upon Alan with a more favorable eye, and in the end Invited hint to'stay and dine. Although Alan did not want to prolong his Interview with the brute, lie accepted the invita tion, thinking that he would then see the girl who had taken his fancy be fore. Herein he was mistaken. To all intents and purposes it was a bachelor establishment, and the Spaniard who came in to smoke a cigar with Hutch i...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 September 1900

r"i- war *w» -Wll I t€\ MOTHERS EMPIRE. Ttfe'qucen seta upon the throne dF home crowed and sccptered none other can be is-mother. Her enthronement 1b com plete her reign unrivable and the moral issues of her empire are eternal. Her children arise up and ill bar blessed Rebellious at times as the subject of her government may be Bhe rules them with mawolous patience winning tenderness and undying love, the so piesents and exemplified divines, truth that it repro duces itself in the happi&t development of chiidhood-rharacter life Her memory is •acred while she lives and become a per petual inspiration, even when the bright flowers bloom above her sleeping dust. She is an incarnation of goodnes to the clild and hence her immense power. Scotland with her well known revertce for motherhood insists that "An ounce of mother is worth more than a pound of clergy." Napoleon cherished a high con ception of a mother's power and beleived that the mother's of the land could shape the destiney...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 September 1900

WANTED—SEVERAL V* $19.75 ^UB8cribb:^5 Iova State CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. The Corinthian Baptist Church —situated on .• 11th St., between Crocker and School St* Preaching at 11 A. u. Snnday School at 18 o'clock Preaching, at 7 p. M. Rev. S. Bates, tor. St Pant A. M. E.—Cdrner of Second and Center Streets. Preaching at 10:90 a, m. Sunday School at 3 o'clock Epworth League at 7 p. m. preaching at 8 p. m. F. J. Peterson, pastor. First African Baptist Church—Corner School and Fourth streerts. Kev. F. Lomack pasttor, Preaching 10.80 a. m. Sunday school 3.38 p. m., Mr. M. E. Houston, Superintendent: Young People's meeting 7 p. preaching 8-00 p.m. Barn's M. E.-East Second and Des Moines street—Sunday services, preaching at 11 :Q0 a. m-and 4 p. m. Sunday School at 18:30. Prayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. All are-welcome. R«. C. W. Holmes, pastor, 990 Des Moines streer. Mount Nebo Baptist Church—E. Second street. between Li'acust and Grand avenue—Sunday service, preaching at 11 a. m.: ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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