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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 December 1900

bwa Slate Bystander. »T BmAMDEK PVB. OA. DBS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7. •Money to Loan by the Enterprise Mnent Co. on personal, chattel and other secur ties. Everything private. Loans cap 'be renewed upon payment of exten sion. Easy payments, monthly or weekly. I. B. WILLIAVISON, 18-30 Business Manager. 211 4th, street. Des Moines. ALBIANEWS. The Daugkteraof Tabernacle gave their social at the. Musonie hall on Sa'urday evening. The hail was beautifully deco rated and all present report a tine time. Miss Cirter of Kuxton and Mr. T. Rhodes of Buxton passed throug Aibia enroute for Muohakinock. Visitors from AlbU to Hocking on last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs, U. S. Jones anil Mtss Heoerietta Jonee. Messrs John Wright and Jack Taylor entertained Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dtvis, Mrs. G. A. Davis and little Bessie Dtvis and Allie Rogers at dinner on Thanks giving day. Mrs.Bvrkeof Okaloosa visited Mrs. Jameson of this city a few days of this week. Sunday School officers of the A. M. E church...

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. — 7 December 1900

bwa State (IT BYSTANDER HJ& S» MOINES, Money to Loan by the Mines Wednesday. **J"" 1 '/-'f -y IOWA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7.«„ Enterprise Ivestment Co. on personal, chattel and other secur ties. Everything private. Loans c*p be renewed upon payment of exten sion. Easy payments, monthly or weekly. I.E. WILLIAMSON, 16-30 Business Manager. SI1 4th, street. Des Moines. AU1IA NEWS. The D-iughtere of Tabernacle gave thfir social at the Mitsonio hall on Sa1unlay evening. The hall was beautifully deco rated and all present report a fine time.' Miss Cirter or Buxton and Mr. T. Rhodes of Buxton passed throug Albia on route for Muohnkinock. Visitors from Albia to Hocking on last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs, U. S. Jones anil Miss Heoerietta Jones. Messrs John Wright and Jack Taylor entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wui. Dtvis. Mrs. G. A. Davis and little Btissie tvi* and Allie Rogers at dinner on Thanks giving day. Mrs. Bvrkeof Oikaloosa visited Mrs. Jameson of this eity a few days of this week. Suadav Sch...

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. — 14 December 1900

twtaAi »&£.«)£ (A VOL. 7. mump bvbhy rmiDAT bt the btw^mdib KIUWIIB COMPANY, ttVTB ABU LOCUBT. MOOM 406 MAMQDAHDT BLOCK. ...'... i$, IOWA 'PBOBIBMj#. DIMUI, PAPMKOVTRI A BO-AM BBI0 AS F»0 tbotxtb association or iowa. IMlfUTl I PAPBB or THI MOST WOBBHlPnit- VBRBD OHABD LOEGB Of IOWA, A V.* A.M. TBBMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. owt mr.. —. jaonths. klwlt|r II: •1.S0 76 '.•mm Booths All aubeorlpUon payable In advance, l.i THOWPSOW. EDITOR. *8HlEPARD. MANAQCR. it (had Bioney by poetcfflce ordtr, money frd«, or draft, to the Iowa Btatb Btstam j«a PnMlshlng Company. *,' ombbboIobSIou muat be written on one side paper only and be of Interest to tbe pub '"j. fa. Is tbe sovl of wit," remember We will not return rejected maauixsrlpt, «n I?nbaeeompanled by postsge stamps. (OVA'S I^ADIKG COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Window Glass—Dawson's Hardware. •_-{ lira. Ann* Ball is quite sick this Midway Coal, 213 W. 7th street. both Phanefc Mr, H. O. Cummins was visiting in Omila last week. Geo. H. Woodson of Much...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 December 1900

t", -'Bmi ||fr -V. -.... S 7 •M HMBL ntUIIID BTBHT FWDAT BT THR BYSTANDER WBUMINO COMPANY, riVTB AMU LOCDST. HOOK 406 MAHQUAMDT BLOCK. IOWA BO»« (W. A UM or TRB A rRO-AM EHICAK PHO TB0T1TK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. MUTFTFAL PAPKB OF TH1 MOST WORSHIPFUL VIRID OHAHD LOECB OF IOWA, A F. *A. M. TCRVS or SUBSCRIPTION. omrmt *V THplKIPSOW. EDITOR, H. BHfePARD. MANAGER. », -"ijcn, 1'i-1 .. moaejrby posteffloe order, Honey order, or draft, to the IOWA STATS BTBTAW iaa PublishingCompany, Os«BiM)lcatlons must be written on one side 'iltkMwr only and -be of Interest to tbe pub jt "'liierltjr Is the sonl of wit," remember /W» will not return rejected manubcrlpt, an- MSMeompanled by postage stamps. mi's UUDUG COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS WINDOW 01MS—Dawson's Hardware. Km. Anna Hall is quite sick this Midway Coal, 212 W. 7th street, both es. -t'li Jfr, H. 0. Cummins was visiting in Omaha last week. Geo. H. Woodson of Muehakinock atteniing Court here this week. The best Xmas present you can get "to the BTB...

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 December 1900

«r.^ I in* ,1 an no) It the Als slet feel .son call witli ftelc| .of tf the'' was dot) beas intei the mop spee The the the legs thes thei The that On beei the to sho the con for the S Hii 11 JjM ast bai «u sin fo «i| rs eei be ga an of Btl tia ^se *ba ca hi & P« in tl e «x r! ti ,o a Iowa Sbk 1 W.I .liiif N Blgt AXDEB PDO. CO. DE8 MOINES, 'SK IOWA. NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Des Moines. December 14, 1900." State Treasurer-elect O. 8. Gilbert »on went to Chicago to be operated jf^pon for appendicitis. Fletcher How- ar^. r®eeived a telegram from him the operation 'had been per- f5' formed and he was getting along all right. John,It. Sage, director of the Iowa weather and crop service, has issued :^?lus annual crop report, showing the average yield per acre, total product and a\ernge prices of staple farm products in Iowa December 1, 1890 ,• The yield of winter wheat on re duced acreage as compared witl ^former years appears to be l,018,07t bushels—an average of 14.3 bushels P®* acre. ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 December 1900

4® lSl- Tbta bei glanced into her face. •light color was in the cheeks, her «yesva?esoft and dreamy. Then was soBistiitofr in the whole faca wonder tolly gentle and sweet, yet the month «polu of firmness and steady purpose. #||Bnd^»'Oy'was the first to speak. "I hope your ankle is better now, Mies LioydT" ^"Oii^ thank you, yes! It Is nearly wellacaln," she answered quickly. "I 4o not think it could have been a sprain after all. I bathed it 1th a lotion, and it is only stiff new. You see X:understand a little about doctor ing peoplo," she added, with a slight "I am very glad," he answered. "And your father—how is lj?,?\ Tbe girl's face quivered a little. "Ha- is a little better than he was that-Bight, or he would not be here «ow. But he is still very 111." "And the doctor you wished—Doctor lijnidon. Have you found him?" En derby asked. His voice was hardly under his con 4ras he put the question. She hesitated a moment then an swered: "Yes I have found him. He has been to see my fathe...

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. — 14 December 1900

li° Li^t ^t! j&v 4h f'Aiii, if* 1 h? t*. ns»l 1 im an no It th A1 sit f& »^ao 'c& wi fit of th Wi cl bt in ft tl tl -o-jM tl tl tl O tc *1 tl fc tl 1 it a 1) 4 I I 1 I YJRARIFI/?46»/ XO^^IR5 Have Already beenEffected by the British Doctors at Rooms sosMarquardtBlk. ^are giving their Service Free for three Months to all Invalids who c*U Before Jan lath j|v Owiti| to the large number of inva lids who have ealled upon the British Doctor* at the office room, 804 and 80ft Marqaardt Block, and who have been mnsble to see them, these eminent fentleasen have, by request, consented to continue giving their services free for three months to all invalids who eall npon them before January 13th. These services will consist not only of consultation, examination and ad vice,but also of all minor surgical op erations. The .object in pursuing this course is to become rapidly and personally ac quainted with the siok and afflicted, and under no consideration whatever will any charges be ma...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 December 1900

.-1 Js *v» rymM. DR. J. yt^S® 6 •X} •v. If 1 111 tn $3$ fc DES. MOINRS PASSENGER TR A1KS C. R. I. 4 P., GOING EAST. AHHJVE. •'JO p. at. ....Chicago Limited •9:3!' liN p. in Day Kxprea* & Mall ..4:4% pm l§:Wa.in Night Ecpress *12:5% am •:40p. Day Express •1:00 pm tM &• BE CURED n. St. All mail promptly answered. T" (w SfctWr,,v jljv*-, ac»tc 'ui •st mi--" Hawkeye Limited 7:u0am a R. I. A P., GOING WEST. BJO a.m Denver Limited *8:35 am •iW p.m...Night Limited Express..6:40 am :40p.m. Day Express pm a. m. Rooky Mountain Limited.*4:0U am niittt a. m. Fasi Mail O.B'I. &P TO KEOKUK. ltUtt a.m Eldon #'55 pm MO p. Keokuk 7:10 am BBS MOINES & FORT DODGE. •40 m.Bothven Mail & Express. 12:10 19M6 a. ...Titra and Fort Dodge....4:45 840p.m....Minn, and St. Paul....*l»:00 pm 1:40 A- m. St. Paul and Minn. Fijer ,8:au am IND1ANOLA WINTER3ET BRANCH »»a.m. Mail 4:40 pm 1:40 m. Win terse Acco ram od atlon.8 MS am 7:06 m.....Indlunola Express ....8:*0 a. CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN—NORTH ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 December 1900

Washington Celebrates One Hun dredth Anniversary. ".f, ,Aj .... —!—:—•.. rv\ x-& tf?t. STREETS GAY WITH COLOR. InpM'at Find* from KThll* House to Capitol BaUdlui a Feature of the Ha ij Governors Are S 1 Vi m* 4 K* ^Washington, D. C„ Dec. 13.—The na tional capital was in gala garb all day in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the seat of federal government at Washington. For the Ume being the wheels of gov ernment ceased revolving business, public and private, was suspended, while the president and his cabinet, the senate and house of representa tives, the federal judiciary, the gov ernors of many states, and a great concourse of citizens and visitors joined in the elaborate festivities of the day. A Great 0*thnlii|. Perhaps never again will this gen eration witness such a significant gathering participated in by the heads of states and the chief executive of the nation. One hundred years ago the transfer of the seat of government was made from Philadelp...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 December 1900

4 fX W-^1 Tied Up .... ., .fee Sri \tktnuelw feel drawn and and tba flesh tender, tint and Stiff oess Mid or over exercise. It r.b«t a tlwrtfUw after St Jacobs Oil »«O*ft*ft*ft«ft*0«O«ft«ft«ft*ft* ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's little liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of 4m PaoSlmlle Wrapper Briow. ymr eaaall maA mm —mr take men, CARTERS "i Ml I 0 6 O ft 0 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Soreness WITHOUT FSB •alaaa aucceasfal Band aaacrlptlonl and gut fwjo^inioa. FORREADACHb FOR DIZZINESS. FDR BIUODSRESS. FOR TQRMB LIVER* FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIR. FORTHECOMPLEJUOR MUtTHA"! j^MATUSt. v^euRfi aieie headache.<p></p>MINISTER It*. Henry Ungford wrtlraly cured of Remus Pro* tralioD by Or. Greene's lernra Blood and Rone Rowdy. la QMitllji Beet la Qaallty. Moiley** Snreaparlllk and Iran Is toDle, blood purifier ami a blood| maker It doe* not stop with merely earing certain diseases, like scrofula, •ores, abscesses, etc., but cleanses and builds up the whole system. All wh...

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. — 14 December 1900

r«rp •Pity ^*-f •V BYSTAXDHI 0i\ 'WSftt!?a nr w*r CtJW y^lyf 2H?,« 1 n, i, R. B. Fitzgerald ofDvrham, N. 0., makes the finest and best briek in the state. Be works more hands and makes more brick than any other dealer in North Carolina. Besides this business, Fitzgerald ownes a large drugstore, and is the proprietor of a cigar manufacturing establish- men DOCTOR YOURSELF. "Gooova" Tablets are mailed and guaranteed by Eidd Drug Company Elgin, 111., to cure all forms of diseases of Urinary ort^ann, and system. Bladder, etc., including Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Whites, Lucorrhoea, unnatural dis charges, irritations and ulcerations of flie urinary organs aad muoous mem branes never givee stricture, harmless and painless. An internal remedy with injections combined only one in Cbe world. Sent per mail on receipt of price, S3 per package or 2 for 95. Don't tool with oheap substitutes. Retail and wholesale of J. T. Hurl bat 9o., Dee Moine6, la. Full line of Rubber Qoods name what yon want. •*4.7"...

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. — 21 December 1900

1 am, *, M-l? 1 «it & i4'- m: .f, 4\ &*> A0* ili/lUNGER'S IRON SKIRTS Jg Mfinger's Laundry, 211-213 Ninth Street. Pj, BBS- •Everything Known In Music." ,rSEVENTH AND WALNUT. fPPiano Sale This Week. notary Pablic 4 I. Frank M. Yan Pelt, general Short hand Reporter. DES MOINES, IOWA. ,, fWf -v to 318 Iowa Loan and Trust "Co. Building. Iowa Phone 394. 1 #|t T'^if' y* Both Phones. Prompt Delivery. "•"Boston Market 320 Sixth Avenue CLEAN COAL, MIDWAY COAL CO., lotul 56. jPBOMSt Ion 977. 212 W. 7th Street. Branch Office, 509 flulberry Street HEAT riARKET 806 EAST TWELFTH. IOWA PHONE 484. ALFORD ANDERSON. Photo Novelty Co., 308 Sixth Avenue. ANUFACTUR ICRS of tine and high grade photographic work. Mlnatnre photos made (or any kind of jewelry. Photographs enlarged, copied or taken. Each man having \!f"i yearn of experience In his profession, we are f' prepared to do your work. A. MARCOVIS, Hardware &# Tinware, Also Second-hand Stoves. J- Replrlng Stoves a Specialty. 770 W. Ni...

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. — 21 December 1900

Ah w-vs ,SSu« «,* -s $fs 1 r~ "•V?. r. .. HON. DAVID J. PALMER. There are few men in Iowa who are more widely or favorably known than David J. Palmer, who was born in Washington Co., Pa., in 1S39, and came to Iowa in 1856. When the civil war began, he enlisted in Company C, Eighth Iowa infantry, and saw as much service as any other man. At Bhiloh he was shot through the breast, producing a wound that would have been fatal to most men, and was taken prisoner. He afterwards 6caped and was discharged on ac count of disability. He came home, but before the wound had entirely healed he recruited a company which became Company C, Twenty-fifth Iowa. In June, 1863, for gallantry at the seige of Vicksburg he was promoted lieutenant colonel, and HON. MILTOA REMLEY. In that part of Virgitiia which is now West Virginia, Mr. Remley was born in 1844, but became an lowan in 1855. Twelve years later he grad uated from the collegiate depart ment of the Iowa State University, and afterward studied la...

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. — 21 December 1900

iiif® ». N?H?71. neoman's strength and lore fra atljr nilps a man over iho weak otltfe. nay look on life as an empty buit an empty coal bin ia apt Xtiafeaka 1* a chilly reality. Jj-t L .,y' lfl |ln Win*low toothing Syrup. '4NreMMree teething, softens us cumi, reduoes MOM. aUSr* pain,ou res wind oollo JM a bottle '.J,- ,.• Electric trains will next year make -ffce trip between Chicago and Mil* in three hours. ^||KM -.-TIMS TO GO SOUTH. te fbr the present winter season the iisrille Nashville Railroad Com •j has improved its already nearly feci through service ot Pullman VdsUbuied sleeping oars and elegrnt coaches from Cincinnati, Louis* St Louis and Chicago, to Mo tile, New. Orleans and the Gulf coast, ThMutsvllle, Gsi., Pensacola, Jaekson ^ffle, Tampa, Palm Beach and other points In Florida. Perfect connections ::anade with steamer lihes for Cuba, Por to Rico, Nassau, West Indian and '•Central American ports. Tourist and home seekers' excursion tickets oil sale at low rates. Write C....

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. — 21 December 1900

1 L. tetlev, 5., W. B. PORTER, Pres. l-i TreJS»i 'rhi&r It now has $300,000 worth of prop erty, with no mortgage: 02 build ings, nearly all erected with student labor 2, 267 acres of land SS officers and teachers and an attendance the year past of 1,164 students—S01 young men and 363 young women. The stu dents came from 24 states and terri tories and from Cuba, Porto Ilico, Africa and England. More than 1,000 others applied for admission, but •were turned away because of lack of dormitory facilities. Truly a most re markable evolution! Tuskegee seeks to teach the digni ty of labor to its students, and af fords them the best possible oppor tunity for the development of their mental faculties, emphasizes system atic industrial training, and fosters the habit of right thinking and right living. The idea is kept constantly in mind that the need of the great masses of the negro race is a system of education which shall enable them to hold on to the basic and funda mental employments,...

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. — 21 December 1900

"PUB 5fe\- 26c 48c 26c 48c 68c 75c &«v "i .4t If?*** Se $100 Suggestions for Gifts Silk Handkerchiefs. We have an excellent assortment of fe jrflk handkerchiefs for men. and all Ibe ?^vnew ones are included in the line. for 20 inch colored border silk handkerchief. for abetter 20-inch colored bor der handkerchief. for a 23-inch silk iniiial hand kerchief. •.. for abetter 3$ inoh silk initial handkerchief. for a 30-iii-h fine silk handker chief, x/i, hems. and 1 inch hems. for an extra fine 22-inch silk handkerchief, and 1 inch for extra fine 22-inch handkerchief with 1 hem. $1.88 $1.58 Linen Handkerchiefs. each Fancy Hose. 25c N IA f- & & silk inch for a fine 24 inch silk hand kerchief with 2 inch hem. for an extra fine 2-1-inch silk handkerchief, I4 inch hem. VVe are showing an endless assort ment of linen handkerchiefs of all grades and qualities selling from 5c all the way up to $1.50 each. for pure linen handkerchiefs, extra fine prude, V4, and 1 inch hems, very shea...

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. — 21 December 1900

Tj. I "V. 1 1, 1 1 I 'I if fcV Dm- MOINES, 1 1 11 I 1 Jowa State Bystander* 1% $ Irs irrSTAWDKK PUB. CO. MOTES FROM THE CAPITAL if* Des Moines. December 31, 1900. A strong1 attack on the experiment stations of the state was made by W. M. Bomberger of Harlan, retiring treasurer of the Horticultural society Kj-j ln a paper on "Correct Information," read before that body. Mr. Bomber ger said the experiments had absorb ed $3,500 of the funds allowed the so ciety in recent years and had given jtne public only prejudiced local ideas. -••He maintained that in all ways the funds of the society had been improp- *rly used. "The treasurer held that the system of experimenting as car ried on in the state was not contem plated in the law and offered to sub limit the question to the attorney gen eral but a motion to that effect was ruled out of order. Swift & Co., the big pork and "beef packers who have operated a dis tributing branch in Des Moines for a number of years, have branched out in ...

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. — 21 December 1900

f'fc IflL. l-ftf I mo IT»T VB1PAT BY TBI BTWAHDW WHIG OOMPARV, RIFTH M» U)OU8T. MUM 406 MAHQDAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PBOXI HW. •R J. OVTWK AFRO AMKRICAB *RO TWINN ASSOCIATION or ^r«IIRTNIMI.~PANB or IOWA. THB MOST WORSHIPI-CL $ OKABD LOMII OF IOWA, fvf ?«RI£8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. IS** months..... 1M jsvilNW•••«• AH subscription payable In advance, ,ef J. I., THOMPSON. EDITOR. U'jt, H, SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money fcy postcfflce order, money order, 0]^tMp' or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAH Die Publishing Company. OMlDHilcationi must be written on one side of the paper only and'be of Interest to the pub le. ''Brevity Is the soul of wit," remember We will not return rejected manuscript, on »_ MB accompanied by postage stamps. M' IOWA'S READING COLORED PIPER, G1TY NEWS Christmas Gift. Olj! W bat beautiful weather. ^bit is the matter wMjpoe ByStandei? Basil Mr. Jones' piano add on the -fotpag* .'Ai— J(/We eatend to all our readers a Marry Christmas. Mrs. L. Fainter was in Omaha for a lew days thi...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 December 1900

UR -v Gasles, 48c. .r^r v^,, Richmond, Ya,, has a shirt factory that employs 200 oolored girls and an iron woiks that em ploys 300 colored men. Mississippi gets $25,000 from what is known as the Morrill fund. Alcorn A. & M. college gets $13, 37a and the A. and M. college gets $11,525. There are 17,480 coloaed barbers in the United States 5,000 o£.whom own and rnn their own shops. Iu Macon, Ga., the white people, in opposition to the pop* ulation, rent more real estate than does the colored man. The Ne groes owns more property in pro* portion. -M. W. Thurston is superintend dent of a silk factory in Fayette ville, N. C. in which 200 hands are employed, only two of whom are white and they are especially engaged to instruct. W.H. Lewis, an Afro^Ameri ckn coach of the Harvard foot ball team is to day the most famous foot ball strategist in Atnerica* The success of the Harvard eleven in their contest with that of the University of Pennsylvania on ^Soldiers' Field, Cambridge recently ...

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. — 28 December 1900

ill VOL. 7. rVBUSBKO ITIRT TKIDAY BY TB* BTHTAHDKR POBtMHINO COMPANY, HIT It ANI UXIOM. |MK)M40ftllAKQUAHIr BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONC MW. ornciAt. PAPBH or T»B A*HO AIIRKIOA» PUO TEOnVK ASSOCIATION or IOWA. I, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER. Ben4 money by postcfllce order, money order, exprcea or draft, .to the IOWASTATSBYSTAM Mil Publishing Company. Pffifwn iflicttioiti1 must be written on one vide Of the paper only and' be of Interest to the pub le. ••Brevity la the aoul of wit." remember We wUl not return rej etod manuscript, un ew aceompanled by pontage stamp*. CITY NEWS ,avLockSmith pairs rgans. *v I- p- ft -Dawson a Hardware. Mr. 8. Maxwell, of Fayette county, la visiting in our city this week. Midway Coal, 312 W- 7th street, both KOBM Hand in your book and all the money don't keep it any longer. Rev. L. J. fehillips. Skates repaired—Dawson's Hardware t§'Elmer Bichardson of Clive is visiting Oskaloosa this week. Mrand Mrs. Wm. Russ left Wednes day for Keokuk, to remain iude...

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