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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 November 1900

:V MU8C4TINBNEW& Mit. M.L Qordoo spent a few dajt In IteinpitkiitW. Mrt, Edward Baine, who fell and broke ber arm atew dajs ago is improving. Mrs. P. Townley is on the sick list. Meta Tom Henkel and will Freelan contemplates a visit to their home in Ot tumwa this week. Mr. Edward Lee was in Davenport a few days last week. Rev. Gotdon commenced a series of meetings last week. Rev. Jason Bundy, presiding elder, was present Thursday eveniog and held quarterly oonference. Bev. Gordon expects an evangeiifet to as •ist him this week. The Fontella dob is preparing for an entertainment January 1,1901. atSteeirs' Opera House. The drama Is "South be­ fore and after the war." Miss Sadie Lfe is reported sick. A very swell party is to take plac* soon. FRASSR. Mrs, J. P. Howelof Say lor'arrived in •f our city Tuesday to visit her sister, and was called home Saturday on account of her husband getting hurt in the mines. Mr, S. W. Thompson was in our city Wednesday on business. Mis. Will Bryant ...

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. — 23 November 1900

4? W. ph»ae fa. ,K. CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN-NORTH 8:1S p. m.Chicago and St. Paul Um.»8.S0pm Chicago and St Paul Ex. ...8:30 a. in *9:^3 a. ... Twin Cities Special..,,*230 am CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN—SOUTH 8:50 am.... Kansas City Limited *7-00 a in i. .90am Day ..Express *ll:4nam 7*S0pm Sight Express 845pm CHICAGO BURLINGTON & QUINCY *1315 m.Albla and Burlington Pass.*3'15 5*05 m.Chicago and Peoria Expresa.8.00 am 7 00pm Albla Accommodation....5*45 am KEOKUK & WESTERN 10.05am ......Mail and Express 330pm #•05pm Mail and Express 8%tn CHICAGO & NORTH WESTERN 8*15 m...... Sioux CKy, N.&W 0.00am 1.10pm Colorado Special *440 pm •I 1-30 am. Chicago Limited *9.00 p. 105 am Dakota Limited 200am •7.55 pm Chicago Express 7 00 am •5*40am...Chicago Night Express.. .*0.00 7 96pm Chicago Special 11.00 am hlHUam "Fast Mall" ffl.OO a & ST. P.-FONDA LINE. 11*05 am Fonda Express 4"0pm 5-45 m- -Fonda & Sioux City Lim—9.95 am it ST P-BOONE LIME II 30 a m—Boone Mall and Express— 3 40 a...

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. — 23 November 1900

Illpfgplljllllllg Vj 1 f^sr^ feV, 'i 1 hi i4 ', I' 1 vft"": r—' W *foXw,« 4 -r v*.-.yV« BEBS^WyW V88$Ct if^SRW'W W The train duo at Paris Junction at 9:36 was ten minutes late on Thanks giving mornine As it halted before the Uttle station, which stood amid tare brown, fields at the crossing of the two railroads, a gentleman and a lady stepped to the platform. Hie lady gathered her sealskin cape around her and hurried into the depot. She was a plump, middle-aged woman with a clear, dark face. When the gentleman entered the room, she was addressing-the station agent. "How" long *before the next train Vest on the other road?" she asked in a voice of peculiar sweiness. The "V" started and drew nearer. "There won't be 'nother tran till 4:10." "But there is one due in a few min utes." "It's gone. Tour train was late." She gasped. "What am I to do? I must be at Latimer before 2." "I don't know." She turned appealingly to her fel- RULE. "LEON BARTLEY!" low traveler. He stepped forward, lift...

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. — 23 November 1900

W A Mn the ter WW Send express u«K Pub) "j Com mi of the pal- It: «y I Pr ,tri will Tin! «. 1 mel -Colonel T. P. Moody, a prominent Knight Templar, la veil known In irtry city In the United States wast of Bnffaio, N. Y., as a Jeweler's Auc tioneer. In the city of Chicago as a Kmlnent The soreness has left my stem' ach entirely and I am free eisshe most left her entirely. The soreness left her lungs and she is as well a* ever was in her life, with thanks, as she says, to Peruna. Tours rery truly, T. P. Moody. Catarrh In Its various forms Is rap Idly becoming a general curse. An undoubted remedy has been discov ered by Dr. Hartman. This remedy has been thoroughly tested during the past forty years. Prominent men have come to know of its virtues, and aro making public utterances on the sub ject To save the country we must save the people. To save the people we must protect them from disease. The disease that is at once the most prevalent and stubborn of cure is ca tarrh. If one were to...

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. — 23 November 1900

S .•- p**! fcwa State Bystander, JTPI' htintAMMB PVB. COt M8M0INBS, IOWA. VKIDAY, NOVEMBER 83. RACE ECHOES. £r ,, ''r- •••'•.'•" w' Only one oolored soldier wears thfi Viatoria cross, Vance Sergeant Gordon of the West Indian regi* merit. J» -?'vy V. ... When the monument of La fay 5 «tte WAS presented to France by the school children of America at Paris last summer, the two little girls of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Callow aj, wera in the official or chestra of the platform as repre* aentativce of our race. £•.• The Alabama State Fair meets at Birmingham next month. This jear, as never before, a Negro building will be erected. Mr. George W. Albert Johnsen, a graduate of Tuskegee, has been appointed Negro commissioner. flic Freedman's Aid and South ern Educational Society met at Kewark, N. J. last week and the following approprations were made for academies for the colored people: Central Alabama Acad* «tny,Huntsville, Ala., $900 Cook man Academy, Jacksonville, Fla., $2,100 Gilbert Acade...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 November 1900

1,1 1 of & I* 4 JF|REE HACKS .V**.-' v.... JiWV ,' i,'.- ,J •'Vr" l: FREE SERVICE PGBIJeBKD EVXKY FRIDAY BY THIS BYSTANDER VCBUSHINQ COMPANY, FIFTH AND I.0CD8T. K(X 4WMAI»QDAKDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 898. i.'b VFIClAl. PAPKH OF THE AFIiOAMBBlCAM PKO TKOl'lVW A8S0CI ATI ON OF IOWA. OmCIAL PAPRR OF THE MOft WOBSHXPFUI. ON1TBD QUAMD LOLCB OF IOWA, A F. A A. M. i''' TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. '/.One year 8« monthB... Tl'reA« BuScripVion payable tn'ad'v'ance. *f' THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send.money by posit fflce order, money order, 'express or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN DER Publishing Company, Coa manictttfoua must be written on one side the, paper only and"be of interest to the pub Jfyc. "Brevity Is ihe soul of wit," remember, fl'' Wa will not return rej ct«d manubcript, un e33 accompanied by postage stamps. (OVA'S FADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Mason's, Bonets and Hat 609 Locust. Mr. E. W. Thompson made a brief trip to MahaBka county this week. First quarterly meet...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 November 1900

Pt I Siif Iowa State $5 MT BY8T AXDRB FOB. CO. wwr*. DES MOINES, IOWA. AtUBi has new play apw Vkloh th» N»ir York dramatic critic* *r» unable to ft**, She Is a fortunato 4"' M&fflc Jijjjg&i Th» reason for the advance in prices by no means oompllc&ted. Th« Chi packers simply feel that they the money. After being out 102 hoars and fall IBS to reach a decision a Jury in Scran ten. Pa., was discharged. Later empty nrhlsky bottles were discovered In the jury room.' Absolute amnesty has been (ranted by the Peruvian legislature to all per sons who may have been concerned in any political transgression or offenses, qrith the right fas fill public offices. All political prisoners confined at Lima have been set at liberty. When a new postoffice is to:be named the people of the neighborhood hare the right to choose its name. There art Schleys, Roosevelts and Funstons all over the country. Now some Vir ginians have named their postoffice Tuan, in honor of the anti-foreign Chinese pr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 November 1900

'Sift*?# i? '-it,! CHAPTER II—(Continued.) She feasit*t*d. And b« nt tar bar* hands—they were very small hands he had noticed, with slenderly-shaped fingers—wring: themselves together as If In overwhelming distress or perplex ity. Then she spoke in a half-stifled voice: "I think I shall go home to him. I am afraid to bring another doctor. I— I shall do what I can for him myself." A thought struck Enderby and he said quickly, with a shade of embar rassment: "If you are afraid of Doctor How ard's charges, Miss Lloyd, I think you can let your mind be easy about that. He is, I believe, a very kindly and enerous man." 1 He saw the girl start and flinch a ~)ttle, as if his words had stung her. ien she said: "It Is not that I think I had better fo straight home." "Very well." Enderby stopped the driver and ,/~pped oat. The gaslight fell full on i:e girl's face as he turned to look at What a ghastly, pale, troubled 'trag^face It was! Tet it struck him ,t)ut it might under certain circum sta...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 November 1900

1 THE MiRAVULO US0VJRE8 Alf^ay Efi^ted by the British' Doctors at Rooms 204 205'MarquardtBllt, They vj#y .. ,... ... are giving their Service Free for threfe Months to «*V all Invalids who call a*: Before Nov. 15th. Hr Owing to the large number of inva lids who have called upon the British "Doctors at the office room, 204 and 205 Marquardt Block, and wlio have been unable to see them, these eminent gentlemen have, by request, consented to continue giving their services free for three months to all invalids who call upon them before November 15th These services will consist not only of consultation, examination and ad vice,but also of all minor surgical op orations. The object in pursuing this course is to become rapidly and personally ac quai'nted with the sick and afflicted and under no' consideration whatever will any charges be made for any ser vices rehdered lor three months, medi cine excepted, to all who call before November 15th. The doctors treat all forms of disease and def...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 November 1900

Pos,tive,y Vl" 1 -i ^, Si £. |T ,V DR. J. IX WILSON, Natural Heak* cures aN 4DBS MOINES PASSENGER TRAINS C. B. I, ftP., GOING EAST. JS^AHRIVE. •4 9:30 p. Ohlcago Limited *9:8R 4:80 p. Day Fiirpres» & Mall ..4:45 pm 19:60 a.m Night E it press .... ,*|3:B5 am 1*:40 p. m. Day Express *1:00 pm Hawtieye Limited 7:00 am C. K. I. & P., GOING WEST. 8:30 a.m. .. ..Denver Limited *8:35 am 8:5ft p. m...Nigbt Limited Express..8:40 am 1)3:40 p.m. Day Bxpress *18:60 pm 3:ftA a.m.Rocky Motrauun Umlted.*4:Q0 am •11:10 a.m. Past Mall........ C. R-1. &P TO KEOKUK. lt,aS3 El don 8:55 pm £$:jS:S0 p. m. Keokuk 7:10 am DES MOINES & FORT DODGE. ^•6:90 p. m.Rotbven Mall & Express. 12:10 pm 0:46 a.m....Tara and Fort Dodge....4:45 pm 8:80 p. ra..„Mittn, and St. Paul....*0:00 pm /y 8:40 a. m,.St. Paul and Minn. Flyer .8:80 am INDIANOLA ft WINTERSET BRANCH. 11(90 a. Mall 4:40 pm 6:40 p. m.Winterget Aceommodatlon.8:45 am 7:05 Indlsnola Express 8:«0 a.m CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN-NORTH 8:15 p. m.C...

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. — 30 November 1900

I'M sftfHs^( & at le C. i° ai uj tl ti au •i tl t* tl ti a I* ,-V s, *i '~Wi -tl 4 1 ':i 1 1 4 1 ®r Ammmmumwm BiSSS®! Speaks la Highest Terms of Peruna as a Catarrh Cure. Mr#. M. A. Theatro, member Ro flbecca Lodge, Iola.Lodge also member CgiW Woman's Relief Corps, writes the fallowing letter from 18S8 Jackson Minneapolis, Mian.: & Kreet, Mrs, M. A. Theatro, Minneapolis, Mfntu Peruna Medicine Ctx, Columbus, O. Gentlemen—"As a remedy for ca tarrh-I can cheerfully recommend Pe runa. I have- been troubled with chronic catarrh for over six years. I bad tried several remedies without re lief. A lodge friend advised me to try Peruna, and I began to use it faith fully before each meal. Since then I have always kept it in the house. I am now In better health than I have ,been In over twenty years, and I feel sure my catarrh is permanently cured." Peruna cures catarrh wherever lo cated. As soon as Peruna removes systemic catarrh the digestion becomes good, nerves strong, and trouble ...

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. — 30 November 1900

vr-wn •. MRS.t. J. GOODEN. ras tyour Tho ordinary every-dav life of most of our women is a ceaseless treadmill of Work. How, much harder the daily tasks become when some derangement of the female organs makes every movement painful and keeps the nervous system all unstrung! One day she is wretched ana utterly miserable in a day or two she is better and laughs at her fears, thinking there is nothing much the matter after all but before night the deadly backache reappears, the limbs tremble, the lips twitch —-it seems as though all the imps of Satan were clutching her vitals she goes to pieces and is flat on her back. No woman ought to arrive at this terrible state of misery, because these symptoms are a sure forerunner of womb troubles. She must remember that Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound is almost an infallible cure for all female ills, such as irregularity of periods, which cause weak stomach, sick headache, etc., displacements and in flammation of the womb, or any of 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. — 30 November 1900

H.4» r,fi? wa kh «9 tt i? IS'tk'U fw^' A pvi* !»&*• ft ?tS •J P» fc tl «i ma •2 #1 ai lc it •i u' tl a •tl a li i• 8 sSv 3^ ':I 'Y 3i Bf BtltAlTDIB fVE Oii —,—- Ma moines, ioWa. FRIDAY,.NOVEMBER 30. Money to Loan by Uie Enterprise Iiestment Co. on. personal,, chattcl and other secur 'ties. Everything private. Loans can f- ,, be.renewed, upon payment of exten fetok. Easy payments, monthly or weekly. I. B. WILLIAMSON, 18-30 Business Manager. 211 4th, street. Dee Moines. RACE ECHOES. Only one oolored soldier wears the ictoria cross, Vance Sergean Gordon of the West Indian reuri ment. When the monument of Lafay ette was presented to France by the school children of America at J*aris Ijifit summer, the two little girls of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Calloway, wera in the official or chestra of the platform as repre* aentatives of onr race. The Alabama State Fair meets at Birmingham next month. This year, as never before, a Negro bniiding will be erected. Mr. ^George W. Albert Johnsen, a g...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 December 1900

*5 crrv &, 5S'f tiT I ,•••. VOL. 7. F0BM&BBD EVBKY FRIDAY BY THR BYHTANDKB FOBUSHIKU COMPANY, FIWH ASH UJCUST KO 4Uf MAIigUAKUT BLOCK JOWA "PHONK BB9. if riClAI. FAPEH or TMK AFHO-AMKRICA* PRO XBCT1VB ASSOCIATION OR IOWA. or rem. PAPFK or THE MOKT wonstiirrDi. CNniU GItAND kOCCt W IOWA, A K.^A M. SUBSCRIPTION. TFIRMSOF one yw •Mg Rt* month# .. W Three months All subscription payable In advance. Mrs. Sam Wilson was Muehakinock last week. E5W. r. Irf# Mrs. Ada Williams 313 West Fifth street is on the sick list this week. Geo. H. Woodson of Muchakinock was in the city last week. Misses Nellie Scott and Katie Lapoy MCI of Minneapolis are visiting in the city. ,rf.iiV/' It w.f»* EDITOR. L, THOMPSON. D. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by potrttfflce order, money order. sprees or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN UKH Publishing Company. Coftmatilcatloua must be written on tone side or the paper only unit be of interest to the pub 1sf% 'a "Brevity Is he soul of wit," remember. We will...

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

W it^1" •ft, ".V 1 & i: ti fe '1 I te wm *11 Iowa State Bystander* nr BY8TANDKK FOB. CO. DBS MOINES, Hit 7 Ss^f «& 1 •X, __ Washington, Dec. 5.—Senate—Pet tigrew's resolution asking for infor mation on Cuban postai frauds was referred to the committee on rela tions with Cuba. Frye concluded his address in favor of the ship subsidy bill. House—The army bill came up under special order and eleven of its twenty-six pages were disposed of. The feature of the debate was the speech of McCall, rep., of Mass achusetts, who not only opposed the bill, but attacked the whole Philip pine policy of the administration. Washington, Dec. £.—Senate—The senate spent almost the entire time in executive session, the floor being occupied by Morgan, who while declar ing that the Ilay-Pauncefote treaty was not necessary to the success of the Nicaragua canal, favored its rat ification in deference to the wishes of the secretary of state. House—The house, at the end of a long sitting, passed the. ar...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 December 1900

|g %P tP *h J:!V. «?*r & fi," *. a*. *Tr 1fK CHAPTER III—(Continued.) I.# Ttiey talked for a little about the reception, about the last new book, the most recent concert. Then Miss Lennox said, half carelessly: "By the way, Mr. Dalton told me an interesting story about having seen you on Westminster bridge with a girl—a bare-headed girl, he said— about one o'clock in the morning. It was some poor girl you were befriend ing, I suppose? Do tell me, all about her. It sounds eo romantic." Enderby laughed rather uneasily. 6$r£i\ "Yes, she was a girl whom I thought I could help, but I can tell you no more about her, Miss Lennox. I- am under a promise to her." Miss Lennox's purple-gray eyes re garded him for a moment as if in sheer astonishment. Then she said, Jn her soft, caressing tones: "You can trust me surely, Mr. En derby? I am a woman if the poor girl requires help, surely I could give ft, if not more effectually, perhaps, at least, more—well, naturally than you." She smiled rig...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 December 1900

5 e!1 A ft '9* I rf $ '. '£?•. .•« I 4- ,vv *00 $ TEE MIRACILOUSCVRE* Have Already been Effected by the British Doctors at Rooms these faithful that they mm flii Hf! 't nra He first 304 & 205 Marquardt Blk. They are giving their Service :-V$.v SV ^|Free for three Months to all Invalids who call Before Jan 12 th Owing to the large number of inva lids who have called upon the British Doctors at the office room, 204 and 205 Marquardt Block, and who have been unable to see them, these eminent gentlemen have, by request, consented to continue giving their services free for three months to all invalids who call upon them before January 12th. These services will consist not only of consultation, examination and ad •ie^but also of all minor surgical op erations. The object in pursuing this course is to become rapidly and personally ac quainted with the sick and afflicted, and under no consideration whatever will any charges be made for any ser vices rendered for three months, medi cine ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 December 1900

#v 'u At Td^ 'Mil DBS MOINES PASSENGER TRAINS C. R. I, P., GOING EAST. ABKXVB. #:80 p. Chicago Limited *9:35 P- D»y Kxpres* & Mall ..4:4» pm M:W a. Nlgbt Etpretts *id:S(h a lt:40 p. Day Express *1:00 pm U-JM a.m EI don 8r5B pm 3:90 p. to. Keokuk 7:10 am DES MOINES & FORT DODGE. 8:30 p. m.Rothven Mall & Expres8.13:10 10:45 a.m ...Titra and Fort Dodge....4:45 pm 8:88 p. m,.„Mtun and St. Pan!....*0:00 pm •:40 a. m.St. Paul and Minn. Fljer ,8 3o am IND1ANOLA& WINTERSET BRANCH. 11:90 a. m. Mail 4:40 0:40 p. m. Win terse Accommodation.8:49 am 7:0S Indlvnola Express.....8:«0 a. CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN-NORTH 8:15 p. m.Chlcago and St. Paul iJm.*8.30 Chicago and St Paul Bx. ...8:38 a. in •9ji3 a. ...Twin Cities special..,,*!! 30 am CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN-SOUTH 0 HO a m....Knn«a8 City Limited....*70am 90 &m Day ..Express *ll:4iam 7'SOpm Night Express 8-45pm CHICAGO BURLINGTON & QUINCY *12 J5 Albla and Burlington Pass *3'15 IW m.Chicago and Peoria Express.8.U0 am 700pm....A...

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. — 7 December 1900

iv![ I 4^# ?vV' •eft, I. .'ii 1 1 ii 9 a sr cl ea he sei A ib I lnt ani not It the Ala sled feet nSodj can witl field of tl the was clott beasi inter4"/ !.«, Congress. rhe presidents annual message to congress is in part as follows: Washington. Dec. 3.—President McKin ley'e message to Congress contains ls.uw wowls. It ta in part as follows: To the Senate and House of Represen tatives: At the outgoing of the old and the incoming of the new century you be 'gin the last session of the fifty-sixth con gress with evidences on every hand of Individual and national prosperity and with proof of the growing strength and .increasing power for good of republican .institutions. Your countrymen will join with you In felicitation that American liberty is more firmly established than ever before, and that love for it and the determination to preserve it are more universal than at any former period of our history. The republic was never so strong, be cause never so strongly intrenched in the hearts...

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

FOR OKLAHOMA! BM-Janda to open M.wUlenwiit. IK KIOWA. CHIEF, devoted toln iIummi lands. Ou« rear, ll.Qu. Single art ban receive free lihutrated book Morgau'c Manual (210 pane Settlors' Jae aoctlin il map, ll.ixi. MapCSo. All AddroM D.ck T. Morgan! Perry, O. T. BnlEs ICH SYRUP ill Cough or Cold at onco. (Croup, Whooping-Cough.BronchitU, idCouinmption. Quick, sure rctulta. I PUls cure Coo*tlp«tion. 50 pill* 10c, ««idaa late discovery that enables all to ttypnotlc sleep la themselves Instantly, any deilrcd time and thereby euro all MMttaandbadbablts. Anyone can lndncd la tbemwlvca Instantly at nrtt trial,con dreama, read tbe mind* of friends and I, Ylslt any part of tbe cartb, «olve bard laandproblema In tblaalcep, and remember I awake. Thliao-called Mental-Vision Lea Ike be sent to anyone tor 10c silver, actually it. htm to do tbe above without farther "Prof. R.E. DBtKOI.MfOiwli. ehrak» miiisiiimummtiiiiiWMi .Afegetable Preparationfor As sbnilaiing ihefoodandReguIa- ting the Stomachs ...

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