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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 February 1901

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. liiMiMOimtob —«tn»tedoB *W^n^e£»« lit* 8*j Z=*kti*7"» and School Bts. A" Sohooitat 18 J3!« PWMMM- \titv, A. Bates, Pastor. pMtor. hitair IO.W a. m.: Sunday sonooi p. M. B. Houston, Superintendent: ^n/p^ple's meeting 7 p. m, preaching MO p. m. yn.„ E.-EMt Second and Den Molnej ®2SwL—Sunday eerrlcea, preaching at jOfi ^nfand4p. m. Sunday School at 18:80. vnM«raad Olaaa meetlnK, Wednesday 8 p. m. EFZSS^wmT Rw.drw. Holmes, pastor, MB Des Moines streer. K?ygrsl$SSte5 Prtacfong it :IS«,IS5Sl 8 pVm. m»T. J. Bell, pastor. nbernaele Baptist Church Mission -Situated owr 60» Cast Locust street. Preaching 11 a. m-Bandar School 18 o'clock preaching at "p.«" Ber. J. R. "Winbush, pastor. SECRET ORDERS. Star Xpdge, No. 8, A. F. A. M.—Meets 'TUtiisdsy N eioh MONTH it MMOBIC .Fourth Mad Coayt avenue. J. H. Shep Sd.'W. M. J. I*. Thompson, secretary. uhw nolomon OommindeiTi No. Meets s2«nd and Fonrth Thursday in each month MtMasoadchall. Frod Jackson, M.C. G. H. CSegfStt, Bee. Naom...

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. — 15 February 1901

*4 Seventy Army Nominations Con- w&v tv firmed .bif Stnate.'^'., &•<#£•: SAMPSON AHEAD OF SCHLEY. Atteok Made in tho Hon«» Upon the Al f'V leged BMkltMBN» of Appropriation* In fhl| OongreCi—McKlnley GeU 9J BlMtonl TotM In the Official Count Washington, D. C., Feb. 15.—Presi dent McKlnley haa overcome the op position in the sanate to the conflrma 4ion of Brlg.-Gens. Wood, Grant and Bell In the order In which the nomi nations were sent to the senate. After a prolonged discussion the senata con firmed all the seventy nominations down to the lieutenaut-coloneis of in fantry in precisely the order in which they were sent from the White Hous-1. XiUta for Naval Promotion. President McKlnley has received from Secretary Long the nominaiion o" officers advanced for heroic service during the battle with Cervera's fleet off Santiago de Cuba. Rear-Admiral Sampson will, if the nominations be oonfirmed, be made senior to Admiral Schley. The fact that he is advanced ovey the latter offic...

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. — 15 February 1901

'ether way« k^AnmU of tiic 61d fash- 6/v What fcnsjbi driatl pumR- '•*"ed rST«p 2 «•klttI"!0 kins |un*T ,iW, pumpkin P'^ vV vV. selStomach e.c„„n/h (T j?'Vv. $1$ «tm More Coontorfcltlne. o!^t Service unearthed an Secret nterfehaB itors, and sccured ba"fantuy o? bogus bills, which are I largo ^""^uted that the average per, »o cleverly «*®°ursUSPect tlicm of beinf gon would"e.Y,® great value are al ,purlou». ^lng ,0f mltatjon notably Hos- Blttcrs, which has many tetter's Bitters.^ imltatory. JtVon msor( ,era dyspePsia, Ulte Indigestion, °^e constipation, 1 ra, BerV0UiS6to debility. Al- reliable druggists who have flotation of W"S y°u aak *r- Marcus ol^c. the author of "His .-l T.ife" the greatest book ever £SS£ »IS. of the equator, related friend that he had ooce discov 3 French novel that h« consid- $ «t into English, and when a Mel Infirm brought it out, publisher •rflnslator were astounded at dis »sr.b»' •»wd »erci)' «2ed a French translation of one of ieorge EUbt's works. Not long...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 February 1901

Idwq -Asa fi* to Sv State Bystander 11 fx- *to«» BUS MOINES, KM,, 'm T1 'T IOWA. FRIDAY,"FEBRUARY 15. RACE ECHOES. AIjh« Ruth M. Holsey, daughter of Uishop L. H. Hosley of the C. M. E. church, and Miss M. Warwick of Phil adelphia, nre studying- art in Paris. France. Fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) of -the amount necessary to build a cot ton factory at Jackson, Miss., has leeli subscribed. It will be owned and operated by colored men. Fayette county, Pa., has a colored roaH'currier who is a young lady of eighteen. She receives $140 a year for carrying1 the mail daily from Un iontown to Jumonville. Mr. P. S. Umbles, of Kansas City, ilo., president of the Negro State Democratic League and a senior law rludcnt, has been appointed assist ane doorkeeper in the senate cham l,er at Jefferson City. The superintendent of telegraphers and car accountant of the Colorado Sc Northwestern railroad, at Boulder, Col., is S. B. Mackie, a colored man, who has complete charge of cars or trains over th...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 February 1901

|ii4j jtfiU. JJKW J.f/ri V* & 'S t) /V F' 4 .!#• 'A1- l/*. •ii •il, ('.,.• VOL. 7. DM ill BI8I11 MtaTIRHID BT1RT TODAY BT THS btumiii n,VZXrt°°*''**r OM few-. Blxm mtns... flur«« moutns f"" U)0U"- »OOM MAKQUAHDTBLOCK. kwi 'raon Mfc. ^..LMWEOf TR» AfBO-AMItWOAH PBO CTCTXV* association OT IOWA. »APS* O* TB*,M08T WO^««P»BL glJIlD OHAWD pMI O* IOWA, A. f. A A. X. TCBMS of subscription. Rumor says another wedding in the near future uniting both sides of the river. H. Mixon, Jeweler, No. 316 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs organs, Mrs. J. H. Shepard will sing a solo at the A. M. E. Sunday School next Sunday aftereoon. Borkxd—To Mr. and Mrs. Toney Thompson of Marquisvile, a ten pound girl, last week. Chas. Henderson left Wednesday lor (lUaha where he will spend several Hear the chorus of 150 voices at the A. M. E. Sunday School, under the leadership of Prof. Geo. I. Holt. We learn that Attorney Albert Bell, formerly of this city, fell and broke his arm in Omaha last week. ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 February 1901

11 i* 4nt fc 1 Iowa State Bystander, BrntRDU vvn. c% •BS CONGRESS, -V .A\ Washington, Feb. 15.—Senate—That Ue opposition to the shipping bill in & the senate willriot permit A vote to fee taken on the measure at the pres cut session was made clear during the closing hours of today's session. For ays would be difficult to gain unant ig several days it has been evident that nous consent to take a vote upon the measure, but not until late today wu the frank assertion made that a frote could not be had. At the con elusion of several hours' debate, Tel ler of Colorado announced his pur pose to prevent a vote at this session. In an impassioned speech he declared that he would not consent to any ..agreement to vote and that it must he evident to the advocates of the hill that no vote could be had. The statement by the Colorado senator elicited a sharp response from Ald eh of Rhode Island, who insisted that despite the declaration of Teller business of the senate would proceed in accord...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 February 1901

If THANKFUL TO MRS. PINKHAM My CHANGE OP LIFE. "I was taken sick five years ago with «The Grippe,' and had a relapse and was given up. by the doctor and my friends. Change of Life began to work on me. I towed very badly until a year ago, then my stomach and lungs got BO bad, I suffered terribly the blood went up in my lungs and stomach, and vomited at up. I could not eat scarcely anything. I cannot tell what I suffered with my head. My hus band got me a bottle of LydiaE. Pink ham'sVegetable'Compound, and before 1 had taken half of it I began to im ve.and to-dayl am another woman, xs. Pinkham's medicine has saved my life. I cannot praise it enough." pro' Mrs M. A. D*SSOH, Millport, N.Y. LAM WILL MAKE YOU RICH" This is a daring statement, but Sal ter's seeds twit out every USD*. rcTolnttonlze corn growing .Billion DoHarQraM* Greatest ntarrm oftue 1» tons of hay per acre. First crop Hi wecka alter sowing What Is It? Catalogue tells. to* 10c. STAMPS and ttta NOTICE we Bill {j'K aced cat...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 February 1901

ii N '•J ii 3 I -r lira.' Be»h of Oakalooa* vUlted ft wsek Alblft with MM. J.meson Utile Waller Snoddy very aiok at tba IOIM of hia parents in thu city. On nest Baturdsy evening the A. E. oharoh people will give soclalin t|« Ifasonie hall. Messrs. Raeae Underwood, Jack Taylor •ad Green of Hocking were ID Albia Sun. day. HOCKING ITEMS. Tbe Ladies dob gave an entertainment and dance at the Hooking ball Satuiday night. It proved a f-ueeefs. They expect to give another one in tbe near tntnre. Tbe aedding bella will ring In oar town ere long. Revival meetings are being coadneted at tbe Baptist oburcb, and we hope mauy aonla will be brought to Cbriat. Mr. Joe Robinson's brother baa come bere and ia working in the mines. Mrs. Davis of Albia waa tba guest of Mrs. Caroline Grandiaon this week. Messrs. W, B. Burns and Bodea made a trip to Ottumwa Monday. Mrs. Maggie Dean of Coifax is in our town visiting old friends. Wake up Mucbakinock, and don't sleep so much, and let us hear trom you. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 February 1901

11 I:- te". I:' rf$H if I B.&ITTT2J32SR M5S.« ^ev.<p></p>'I|J$GGS88G o'cloc® perf"- :.'{• lMM Me«t8 First, Second and Third Tuesday each Sonthat Odd Fellows hall on West Sixth ud Walnut streets. D. Bums, N. G. F. Brow P. S. oH ofB.No 830 of G. U. O. of O. F— Con venes the second and fourth Thursday in «acb month, promptly at 8 o'clock. Mrs. B. Holniei, M. N. U. Mrs. G. L. Williams, W.R. Kniebts and Ladies of Honor of the World No 178 Victoria Lodge—meets every Monday evening at Webster's Hall, corner of Tenth center streets. Mrs. E. A. Wood. Proctor. Mr8 ROSA Johnson, Secretary PES MOINES PASSENGER TRAINS C. B. Tv & P., GOING EAST. ARRIV1 DEPART (30 pm Chicago Limited *9 3!% pin 4 go pm Day Express & Mail 4 4f pm ll(6ptn Night Limited *13 01 am U3I pm Day Express.... *1!) 48 pm 10 pm Hawkeye Limited ,.710 am C. R. I. St P., GOING WEST. 130 am Denver Limited *8 35 am jjft pm Night Limited Express .. #40 am 400 pm Day Express *4 15 pm 3&5 am...Rocky Mountai...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 February 1901

gw 7*: 'y S' I WOMEN fl'"" At ***$&» H'j), i«tt I "Ik «^vyr %r wife' 1 f* *r !•,, ftrS* jjjftur ft W Uf pif. ,'r: Mrs. T. Pfltnn. Mrs. T. Pelton, 562 St. Anthony ave nue, St. Paul, Minn., writes: "Peruna has done wonders for me. lit has cured my headache and palpita tion of the heart has built up my (whole system. I cheerfully recom- Imend Peruna to all sufferers afflicted (with catarrh. My mother is never {without Peruna. When one is tired (and generally out of sorts, if Peruna lis taken, it immediately removes that Itired feeling." Peruna- cures catarrh *y removing (the cause, Inflamed mucous mem jbranea. Dr. Hartman, the compounder of Pa runa, once said, in a lecture to women: "A great number of women consult Iffle every year. I often have occasioi say to these patients, 'I fear you ave catarrh, madam.' They will gen irally reply, 'Oh, no, I never had ca jtarrh. My nose is perfectly clear, and Whitewash should be UNITED iiuiD peidmutidi «nEU umn ommcMiMjii 610 1H very thick t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 February 1901

& URRB fatherwhohas aroar- p.wearij' filling to al-, to be used as a court .- ij w«»rtd *o Mb*—J__—.— ThH know na ¥«r, sss^^sss' jjrSr&St uppBv hoiieve this prediction, there are pW wh0j« if others who not tMUK.ow but on|y that Hoatetter's Stomach Blt- medte|ne terfl 1« l.^ to cure dyspep- {£n constipation, biliousness da. nds®V£dney troubles. A fair trial °rip''?prrta"tily convince you of Its value. *The truthls terribly offensive to many a mortal.———r A Ortpr*. uhvairlans recommend KBMP'S Mm for patients aflUcted with the inrnT as it is especially adapted for ofroat and lung». Don't wait for the »{J8 CpTD \t on hand for use the mo it is needed. If neglected, the brings on pneumonia. KEMP S «AM prevents this by keeping the loose »iid the luttgs fre® Wow in Summation- All druggists, 25c and 50c. Thoughts are always a good thing to collect. (sufferers from sick headaches are Jt users of Garfield Tea, for this TEA IS a positive cure for ck headaches, constipation and liver dis...

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. — 22 February 1901

I \,,l We State Bystander. |itvV3r" W* I mt BTSTANDBB M» I W DCS MOINES, •srP 10 WA. FRIDAY", FEBRUARY 28. CEDAR RAPIDS BUDG ETARIAN. Tuesday evening, ebruary 14, Rev. and Mrs. Ford entertained the Ladies' Industrial,.Society at their home on Tenth avenue. Ail the members were present but three. A most magnifi cent and elaborate spread was ten dered the members of the society. Ham sandwiches, hot coffee, ice cream and cake was served in abun dance. After partaking of this most eial) orate "repast speechmaking and song was enjoyed. News was somewhat scarce last week, hcnce our silence. The ground l»og story certainly must be true this time, for it appears that we will get our six weeks of cold weather. Miss Cleo Vnn Camp is visiting at Iowa Citv, the guest of Mrs. Jesse Hell. The grand music-ale which vas to have been given on the been 22nd inst. has postponed until the 28th,-at which time some of the leading talent of the city will appear. It will be given at the A. M. E. church. Ad...

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. — 1 March 1901

.WtflSz ijl a i.8" P' b- iHH $ r'' ll»" VOL. 7. -..MNW itm TBIDAT B* XUSBYBIA1IDBB R,SFFIWO tev1 COMPANY. FIIWB A1JU WJCD8T. BOO* KAIMJDAIUWHUK*. IOWA 'PHQ1I« «H. 0*WOIAI.FAMBOrTliaArBO AlIlMCAll PHO TMOTIVB ASSOCIATION OW IOWA. I TSRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. »ew......... six mate mouths.. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Banks entertain ed editor J. L. Thompson and wife at 5 o'clock dinner Sunday. A pleasant time was had. iv Mrs. Mattie Warick is employed in theBeckwith Cash Grocery Store as| clerk ,to succeed Miss Beatrice Hick lin. L. W. Wright of Webster City was in fp^our city this week, in the interest of the Indianapolis Freeman, for which he is agent. Miss Effie Mitchell, who has been ill is better. She left last Monday for her home in Chandler, Oklahomo, to visit her parents for two weeks. Rev. Mrs. L. J. Phillips, who has been very sick for the past several weeks, iB improving, which her many friends are glad to hear. Mr. Lovie Douglass, a waiter at tbe Savery, was taken to Mercy hospital las...

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. — 1 March 1901

W "f Iowa State Bystander. $?*«« tfW* 1 ?*. WB $**1 •"*,«. rf (i\1 vY |^^l*4.'i" »Y HTSTA.M»:« run. CO. SSfeMM MOINES, Vi-*-*¥ )WA- NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL A' Des Moines, March I, 1901. It has been discovered tliat Attor ney General Milton llemley failed to begin suit against Supreme Clerk Chris Jones,-as reported in December, Jor $6,000 or $3^000 in fees claimed by •Mr. Remley »s owing to the state from Mr. Jones. Mr. Remley neglect •cd .to have notice -of the suit served on Mr. Jones. This is a fatal defect. It left the matter in the shape of na wiiit at aH having been brought Agsinst Mr. Jones. Attorney Oeneral MulIan, upon learning the fact, had the requisite notice served on Mr.. .Jones, and the new suit will come up in the March term ©f the district court. Attorney 'General Mullan and Audi tor of State Men-Jam have agreed up on an interpretation of the revenue Jaw of the state with reference to as sessment and taxation of national bank stock, which will relieve the owners of th...

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. — 1 March 1901

',J '"iV* I'.emt uiter enu. ]l^:L 'tSir, •iinst I'CCOH liftnG- t'l't'll isnri ttec endorses ])ria-J ining licar VtM'Hj iii 11 ienl ionl srinil rt da) feii UNITED STATES SENATOR ml pe-bu-^ the catarrh AND APPETITE. Hon. W. N. Roach, United States Senator from North Dakota. Mr. Ed J. Makinson, contractor ind builder, 610 Grand Block. Wa I'bash street, St. Paul, Minn., says: "Many doctor bills can ba saved by the use of Peruna. Hon. W. N. Roach, United States Senator from North Dakota, per sonally Peruna, the great catarrh cure and tonic. In a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Company, at Columbus, Ohio, written from Washington, D. C„ Senator Roach says: "Persuaded by a friend have used Peruna as a tonic, and I am glad to testify that it has greatly helped me in strength, vigor and appetite. I ktre been advised by Mends that It Is remarkably efficatious as a cure for (he almost universal complaint of catarrh."—W. N. Roach, Larimore, North Dakota. No other remedy can take the place o...

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. — 1 March 1901

It ib~ 1 ?ff 1: Wl a:j. rr W?i W 1 &N iV 'm. DAVENPOKT. There vu a mid-winter plebio at1 the Odd Fellows* hall Wednesday, the 20th, given by the supporting officers. It was a success in every way. I There was a social at Bethel A. M. E. church Friday, iebruary 22, '. A musical program Was to have been rendered, but owing to some misun derstanding, that portion of the en tertainment was omitted. On Wednesday, February 20, at 3:10 p. m., occurred the death of J. S. Roberts, our city scavenger. He -••ffljAad been very sick for six and one '|fe half months. Mr. Boberts had three ^operations performed at Mepcy h«.s ^rital by Dr. Matthey. The first two were very successful and he rallied •"^'shortly afterward, but it seemed as jf the last one was too much for him Wi^to stand, and a few weeks after it 'was performed, he quietly passed away in the presence of his wife, his stepson, Willie Fulton, and his broth er, Alex Roberts, of the Kimball house. Mr. Boberts was formerly em ployed by...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 March 1901

I l»«Vi fftililiiMftiilwl fi rtittf'" ..-.1. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT SkJfaTuA.kTsawhgr Sotoooiiat mjk 9' 'Ml* B«T. Bate#, PMtor. o'okx* rl'*iB«t.F.Lo»»olip««£*, VoW CMeete :8nnd»rschool fjOp. R» HonsMs. Superintend***' i.+ Pi®Pi#^,MetlV MM P.BL if ir-iut Second and DM Holne B2S«t*'8MUy«errlcej, prwjehtal at 11 j» p.?iirtr4 &a£*meeting,3VednewUy8 p.'m. IP TV«Motnee atreef. ^CTSSfii^'ftfWSSa! P^UliS atSpVm- Bev. J. Bell, paator. Tateni*cle Baptist Church Mission-Situated t*«rW6BaetLocust street. PreachiEg 11«. SMd»y School IS o'clock preaching at "p. Be*. J. B. win bush, jastor. SECRET ORDERS. tf/ttth star LodM No. 9, A, P. A. M.~™M6ets First Thursd»y»n each month at Masonic ffiii—IHrartb and Court avenue. J. H. Shep £$,}?. M. J. Thompson, secretary. ESoo^lSjFoSflS,^^M^ta^(Mh H. Shtvwd, matron Mrs. Fred Jackson, seen tuj ut oure Court, No. 4-Meets Tint Ttaarada ofeWh month at Masonic hall. Mrs. Susan White, matron Mrs. Flora Majors, aecre tarr. nharltv Lodge, No. fltt, O. U. O. ot O. ...

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. — 1 March 1901

§i'M'u jf,'* t&jf riAt BH JUr I British Forces in China Held in Readiness.?^^3|Kj SfteJif "o?%cdt GOOD FAITH MUST BE KEPT. r.: 4bi*rtir of"*»•«*• Bttwj* iw»« IWtliH Execution#—Qa«iHon of In l'd«Mltl*i to Bi Dl*cu»jed at Meet of the Minuter* Pckla, Mar. 1.—Qeneral orders hava Ttoeea issued to the British forces that •one brigade of cavalry and one bri ,gad« of infantry were to hold them selves in readings for operations If die Chinese government proves recal citrant in carrying out the demands of stlic powers that have not yet been com piled with. Replying to the protests made by .'Mr. Rockhiil, acting American minis ter, against the sehure of Sir Robert .Hart's property for a legation quar ter, the other minister? say that they «dto not intend to confiscate tlie prop erty. They propose to have an hon ••-•ft-jBBt valuation placed on the property 4aken for this purpose, and then to. 'inform the Chinese government that it jramt pay for it. 5* A majority of the foreign ministers, ai...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 March 1901

ba) &y" *v STORIETTES The lata Ignatius Donaally was once rudely interrupted in the course of a political speech by a-head of cab- ?e thrown from toe audience. "Gen tlemen," he said, mildly, "I only asked your earn I don't care for your head!." .' Y'^V Years AgOj when Bret Hart®, fresh from the Pacific slopfe, heard' the list of famous men living at Cambridge, he said to Mr. Howeils: "Why, you couldn't fire a revolver from your front porch anywhere without bring ing down a two-volumerl" William Travers was at a garden party one afternoon, when a young lady said to .him: "What, time ia it, please, Mr. Travers?" Travers took out his watch, wabbled his mouth awhile, blinked, and finally said: "It'll be s-s-s-s-six o'c-c-c-clock by the time I can say it!" It really tacked five minutes of six when he began. A rash clergyman once, without further equipment in natural history than some desultory reading, at tacked the Darwinian theory in some sundry magazine articles in which he made h...

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. — 1 March 1901

4 f" S" fe I* f- If- #. & h\t$ $ isa.f2it. *1. Jft fewa State Bystander •T BTBTAKDEX fBE C» OSS MOINES, FRIDAY. IOWA. MARCH MT. PLEASANT. The funeral of Kev. Armstead Coal «on was held at the Baptist church -. 4m gaiiaders street, February 2. Kev. Terribec, of the A. af. JsLcfeurch, made "very fitting remarks The death of Rev. Coalsou was quite a shock to .•iiia many friends and relatives here. lie leaves three brothers Messrs. •George and Alfred of this city, and William Coalson of Des Moines. Crauford Damer, which was given at the A. M. E. cnurch February 14, for the benefit of the organ fund, was success. It represented costumes dad society of sixty years ago. The •cast of characters were: .Miss Jenkyns (An old maid)—Lydia Bartlett. Ifrs. Jamison (A fat widower)—Nora Bartlett. 3Hfcn Pole (An old maid)— Myra Mc­ Cracken. Mrs. Forrester (Widow of a Sergeant) —Cora Taylor. Miss Barker (A retired milliner)—Ju lia Bartlett. Peggy (Miss Barker's maid)—Myrtle Taylor. Martha (Miss Je...

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