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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 March 1901

'"."r T' 5f 6$ :^i ,:vft xi •W y\rT r'V-:v ciie*^. *"r orrioiAi. PAPra !'^F'rA/a»r VOL. 7. Ml Sill! •THAflBCD KVBRY VBUMLT B* TOE BYOTAND1B M.Sin OOMPAB*, WITH AW LOCUS®. BOOM 406 MAKQUAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'FHOHB WO. MH» Of CTI AWiO AMBBICAK PBO- """"wonva ^flaociAxiow iowa. or One Tear..... Nte »ntlw.. •Thrc® nioothii.. tb« most wowiHiPim TBBM8 ofthe paper only end be of Interest CITY NEWS Mr. Joseph Hopkins of Ottumwa was H. Mizon, Jeweler, No. 316 Third street. Tunes Pianos and pairs organs, Mrs. G. W. Denney who has been confined to her home by sickness for the past fortnight is able to be oat again. WRITE The African Monarchs of America. They have something to tell you. Sioux City, Iowa. A very heavy sleet over all parts of Iowa last Sunday. It was one of the severest storms ever witnessed in the state in March. MARRIED—Last Tuesday at mine to make their future home. flnancialseoretary .74 .90 All subscription payable in advance. J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER. dbb ...

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. — 15 March 1901

fowa State Bystander. UT HY8TANDKB HJII. CO. V** t'Vi A DRS MOINES, IOWA. AMKKU»KNTS RBJKCJTED. flw British Gowiriimoiit liefnse# to Aw oepl th* Senate'* Action. Washington, Mnreh 12.-—The long expected auswer rom the British yoterriiaent. to the state department ednununieating the uction of the sen ate upon the Hay-Pauucefote treaty has been returned. Lord Paunccfot.e called at. the state department and read the document to ,Secretary Hay. It was, in form, iin instruction from Lord Lansdowne, the British minister of foreign affairs, to Lord Pauncefote, and of this in utruetJon hf left a copy with Secre tary Hay. The secretary and the am bassador were closeted for half an hour. At the conclusion of the conference it was stated that the instruction 1o Lord Pauncefote was to notify the government. of the United States that the British government did not. see it.s way clear to the acceptance of the senate amendment*. The amend ments were treated in detail at. some length, in argumentat...

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. — 15 March 1901

1 '-.'• :.... •_••,.»•/ !•/,.: '/-r 'i :^«7 fem'fw" sw the owier Sne^re^ By. M. B. MAXWELL CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) ••Better send the young people to hPd it is now daylight almost," sug gested the elders, and they carefully avoided looking at each other. That some terrible calamity had happened even Lady Jane, whose first fear had been that the bride had run away, was fully convinced. '•But, Leila, you will stay by me?" quavered the mistress of the house, suddenly transformed into a broken down old woman. •I will, dear aunty," gravely said jvella. "X shall see little Syb safe in bed, then I shall return to you." Leila Desmond, slenderly graceful, s0 ft and caressing, womanly to the finger-tips, was yet one of those loyal, strong natures we turn to lean upon in the "day of trouble." (.i grvis gave her one look of rever ence, then he placed his arm round that mother for wuom he and this •perfect woman, nobly planned" had sacrificed themselves so fatally. Every hour was bringing home to...

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. — 15 March 1901

id $ *v' jr fee "f*» 8#¥?'^^,(l?:','i MARKUP WITHOUT COAT. Ha4 I* V*ll nry Imh lot Hla Biid«*t OoMMat. Tht wbirligif of time that event ually make* all things even made It possible fpr both Thomas Hartlgan ajul Susan Thompson to keep their •ows that prevented them for half a century from marrying, and yet per mitted them, only a week ago, to wed after alL Fifty years ago Thomas Hartlgan, in a sort of boyish prank, declared that he should marry in his shirt sleeves. Hla bride, Susan Thomp son, went to the church on fie* Wad ding day, never thinking* that her lover was serious in what he said, but when he appeared at the altar and declared that lie should mver marry except in his shirt sleeves, then abe said she would never marry him if he did not put on a coat. So there was no wodding. Xll this happened In the Cascade valley,' near Renva, Pa. After winning wealth in Cali fornia Hartlgan returned to the Cas cade valley three years ago. Susan Thompson was still there. They talk ed of m...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 March 1901

nHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT ^iwr^--v,wy 0 olocKpreMblng. 8obooiiRt" "s gates, Pastor. SSSSTat ITo^ock: Kpwortn wm preaching «t8 p. m. L. J. Phillips, jvtdr. iMMii Churrh—Corner School rirtt AWCtfJgPSi Bov.F.LomMkpasttor. Sunday school sTaop. preacWpK1 Housten, Superintendent: q&afpJpU'umfittlng P- m. preaching MO a,IL wM' —EWt Second sod D«« MoUwj »2S5»!?6andsyeenrloefi, preaching .^'n iiL Sunday School at »:». clMH meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m- SSSbbjt «ff'»wsas'isss.^jsa^s Rom Johnson. &®c£in^ i8p m. Rev. J. Bell, pastor. Preacfclngaiop. m. PMt°r SECRET ORDERS. of«y l/rfM, No. 9i A« F. A. M.—Mwtt ssret Tharsdayln each month »t Masonic n2l—Fourth and Court avenue. J. H. Shep 5.JU7 if J. L. Thompson, secretary uiws'itt, Bee. u.«m rvwirt No. 8—meets Second Monday Ntalhm«ith Mof month at Masonic hall. Mm. J. rf. Sbepard, matron Mia. Fred Jackson, secre tary. w. ruive Ooart, Sc. 4—Meets First Thursday wS montti at Maeonlo hall. Mrs. Susan WW«£ matron Mrs. Flora Majors, seere t»rv. /*»rltv...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 March 1901

CATARRH THIRTY Remarkable Experience of a Statesman. Only one flaw marred the otherwise complete success of this rising states man. Catarrh with its insidious ap jiroach and tenacious grasp, was his •only «aooaquered foe. For thirty .years he waged unsuccessful warfare -.against this personal enemy. At last ^JPO-rn-na came to. the rescue, and ho dictated the following letter to Dr. Xfartman as the result: have used several bottles of Pe jvu-na and feel greatly benefited there by from my catarrh of the head, feel ^encouraged to believe that if I use it short time longer I will be able to £olly eradicate the disease of thirty .years' standing. Yours truly, "David Meekison." "Many people can tolerate slight ca tarrhal affections. A little hoarseness, .-at slight cough, a cold in the head, or a trifling derangement of the digestive organs, do not much disturb the aver age person in his business. But this is awt true of the public speaker or stage artist. His voice must always be clear. ...

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 March 1901

L. 0. Howard, the dtatl»*uj^d iS5it. fait son^wlmt flattered 5 ffttowttlop duy a tit rweiMUff oi a ut reeeiviMK letter from a hfn) to send a /ti-ul'ir which one you. JTant it foi^ajcnip argi.c copy «"r"port. Mr. Howard replied n»tly, nnti asked to which partic SJ*}£orft his correBjwndent re. 1 "'I'hi'. anHwer came: send. marriage men and women after that they dispute. conquers twice who upon vfc lory nvercomea himself. pisn'M Cure i» the best uneUlcliie we ever for nil affections of the throat and wscl to Kndsler. Vanburen, lud., luiigg.--"'" Keb. ,. If men were like clocks, they eould all go on tick. nropsy treated free by Dr. H. H. Green's BomJ of Atlanta, Ga. The greatest dropsy Slists in the world. Read their adver ^mant in another column of this paper. Adversity is apt to bring a man out lBp.'cially at the knees and elbows. That awful pain! Internal or external. uEir# Lightning Pain Killer instantly Jures. Safe for Invalids and children. l!Gc. Tbe hair dresser feels no compunc ...

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. — 15 March 1901

(owa State Bystander, BTmrnmnra DCS MOINES, FRIDAY, IOWA. ttABCH 5. RACE ECHOES. Booker T. Washington ha9 re oeived a letter from Andrew Car iiegie announcing a gift^ of $20,000 foi the erection of a library bnild ingfor Tuskegee institute. The bottdtofg will be-ereetetf entirely by student labor. The great Kassian pianist Ossif Gabrielomitsch, in a recent inter view in the Chicago Cronicle, has the following good word for the mosical genins of the Negro. Be said: "One thing that I cannot under stand," he said, running his hands through his hair, "is the manner in whibh the America people re* gard the Negro. ID my country, we had slavery long before it was introduced into the United States, tout with its abolition all feelings of caste vanished and today the sons of former serfs are eligible, it they are titled, to the positions of highest trust in the nation. And we are not regarded as a republic, either. "Then, again, the colored man is really superior to the white man in one way....

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. — 15 March 1901

wm WF* tx* E| I li Mt "f I1. Iowa State Bystander, iC by B«i*m« rc* o» ^V "/r '. i" ., DK8 MOINES, IOWA. FElf)AY, IdARCIt 15. RACE ECHOES. Booker T. Washington has re ceived a letter from Andrew Oar ifcgie announcing a gift of $20,000 Cot the election of a liSrarj build ing for Tnskegee institute. The bttiiditjg will, be eweteit entirely by stufleiit labor. The great Kaseian pianist Ossif Gabrielomitecb, in a recent inter view in th6 James G. ^lFj*K* Chicago Cronicle, has the following good word for the musicftl genins of tLe Negro. Heeaid: "One thing that I cannot under stand," he said, running liis hands through his hair, "is the manner in which the America people re gard the Megro. In mj country, we had slavery long before it was introduced into the United States, bat with its abolition all feelings of caste vanished and today the sons of former serfs are eligible, if they are fitted, to the positions of highest trust in the nation. And we are not regarded as a republic, either. ...

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. — 22 March 1901

MM4 I 8 I VOL. 7. nil sun rami »NBUSHED JCVKRY FRIDAY BY THB BY8TAKDEB PMU8BISO COMPANY, FIFTH AMU UJ0D8T. BOOM 406 MAKQUAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 89B. nrriCLAti PAPBB OF TUB AFBO-AMBKIOAK PBO XKOTVR ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPKK OF THE MOST WOBSHIPFDL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One yew.. slxm mtns Three mouths J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER money by postcfflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN DEB Publishing Company, Communications 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 rejected manuscript, un less accompanied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Mr. William Harding has returned from Kansas City. Mrs. Emma Harris, who was quite sick the first of the week, is improving. What are you going to have new for Easter? is a very prominent question now. H. Nixon, Jeweler, No. 316 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs organs, Mr. an...

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

/.i •i he ce att in eds ur s, IA. t t- 'S ut y O of a bt n, 1 al 1 c id r, 9 ''rfpsRW* 'f N 5 VOL. 7. Wfl STATE BYSTANDER. MBLISHID EVERY FRIDAY BY THK BY8TA5DBB P0BUBHING COMPANY, FIFTH AMD UJOBST BOOM 4# MAHQUAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 88#. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THK AFBO-AMBBICA* PBO TBCTIVIC ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPBK OF THB MOST WORSHIPFUL UNITED GRAND LODGB OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. AH subscription payable In advance. J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER. Send money by poatc fflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATU BYSTAN DBB Publishing Company. Communications must be written on one side of the paper only and be of interest to tbe pub ic. "Brevity Is the soul of wit," remember We will not return rejected manuscript, an less accompanied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Mr. William Harding has returned from Kansas City. Mrs. Emma Harris, who was quite sick the first of tbe week, is improving. What are you going to ha...

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. — 22 March 1901

\r sS«i it. IV 8$,. 15 Iowa State Bystander* UT nY8TANUr.il POD. CO. DRS MOINES, IOWA. TROOPS TO WJTHDRAW. Russia and England Agree to Set tle Elsewhere. London, March 2a.—In the house of lords yesterduy the foreign secre tary, Lord Lansdowne, announced I hat Russia- and Great Britain hud agreed to withdraw their troops from the disputed territory at Tien-Tsin and reserve the question of title and proprietary Tights for subsequent examination. Lord Lansdowne supplemented the announcement by explaining that the .iispute concerning an «!Xtensivc area r»n the left bunk of the Pei Ho river, which the ltussiaus occupied in the lutumn and claimed by right of con quest. Subsequently, tbn government vas informed that China and Kussia uad reached an agreement, placing I he siren under Russian occupation. The urea, however, comprised plots belonging to the northern Chinese railroad and was therefore part of I he security of the llritisli bond holders. The line was part of the railroad recentl...

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

n._ Li-iL'A Genuine Carter's tittle Liver Pills. Mutt Bear Signature of gee r&c-Slmlk Wrapper Below. TeTT »nall and M*y tottktunfob FOBHEAOACHL mm IvER MTri FOR DISINESS. FOR BltlOUSIESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION PILLS. EraJ —iBMUlW MUST urn «igM«wm«. yggtjy TttwiMfc/w CURB SICK HEADACHE. [SPECIAL PRICES d.%. V|a|. OwnteML Doable and Combination BMO. OSGOOD Wriuaiw. BINCHAMTON.N.Y. VV. N- U-. '^es Moines, No. 12—1901 m%r^ Pimples, Blackheads, Red ,Rough and Oily 5kin PREVENTED BY TRILLIONS of Women Use CUTICURA SOAP, assisted ty Cuticura Ointment,the great skin cure, for preserving, puri fying and beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, in the form of baths for annoying irritations and inflammations, or too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of w...

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. — 22 March 1901

^?W? I nit fc iff 14 I fj Is ,?jj|' jr L?V:' STATE OP IOWA, OFFICE AUDITOR OP STATE. STATE OF IOWA. OFFICE AUDITOR OP STATE. OP Annual Certificate for Publication. Des Moines, Iowa, March 1st, 1001. Whereat, The American Fire Insur ance Company, located at Philadelphia in the state of Pennsylvania has filed in this office a sworn statement of its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1000, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 4, Title 0, of the code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies and whereas, said state a a I a Company has complied witn the laws Bass officiatedin^the evening. of thiB State relating to insurance. Therefore, In pursuance of law, I, Prank P. Merriam, Auditor of State, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact the busineaB of Fire Insurance in the State, by Agents properly appointed, as re quired by law, until the first day of March, A. D. 1902. I further certify that the statement P&stor, shows— 1st. The actu...

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. — 22 March 1901

1 I -1"" 1 rMURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. wo-^BRSSSia'Si'SSSrtS ytB A. m. Snn4»y School at 19 %*&** £®2°. preying pistor. B»ptl»t Church—Corner School first AWcW jjev.F. Lomaokpasfor, idA ,080*. m. Sunday school 5,30 p. IW^ME. Housten, Superintendent: •^pi^ie'BmeeUv 7 p. preaching ••06 p.m. ..»* K.—East Second andDes Moinee Moines streer. .. Webo Baptist Chnrch-E. Second street, jlonnt seoo D»I and Grand oV®Rnndav ™nnth aveoue— Sunday preaeWng at 11 a.m. 8unday School 5S*?^?" ^Superintendent, Roce Johnson, ftftngat8P.m. Rev. J. Bell, pastor. Baptist Church Mission-Situated W^«i6 East locust street. Preaching 11 a. School 9:00 a. m. preaching at Rev. J. R. Wlncusti, pastor. SECRET ORDERS. star Lodge, No. 9, A, F. A. M.—Meets FSrst, Thursday »n each monttt at Mwonlc SSi—Fourth and Court avenue. J. H. Shep SI w. M. J. L. Thompson, secretary. •!««'Solomon Commanderv, No. Meets and Fourth Thursday in each month gfSSwSc halL Frod Jackson, M. C. G. H. Gleggett, Rec. court, So. 8—meets Second Mon...

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. — 22 March 1901

5 If7 Aging city, IA iv IT »v*-^v Vrt*'"A IMiUt H'i $$fr vV Jut at present the fellow with in •mub itnmn't object to losing his A Month's Te»t Free. aw Im DmeiMli, write Dr. flhoop Raetae, «k.S«w]fir tlx Co., Buffalo, N. T. It la a. misfortune for a woman "never to be tared, but it is a humilia »ttan to be loved no more.—Montes ojoieu. A Be—Jy for the Qrlppo. r?toytfcUns 10OK FOB ft Cerw CtHi, Wh botTie« of Dr. Shoop'i Rentoiu- wiSrMtMVtaM. Baadao money. Par H.S0 Ucured. A qyateai of insurance against ^fc— i*evail*..in .Austria. Holder* -•fpoUnes arc indemnified if strikes -•ccuit in their establishments, wheth er volaatary, forced or sympathetic. TtiA oast of a policy is three or four »t of the annual pay roll. The lity ia fifty per cent of the paid for the week preceding •fa* cuneaaioa of work. A. wedding? recently took plate itt a Nevada town. In order to «3Ltc& a. train, the bride and groom, minister sad witnesses were all bun dled into a hotel omnibus, and the ceremony was ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 March 1901

D£ VW1S a •mi" !•.• "'J .*.*.' ''•-~i'^' -V"4 STORIETTES. DeWolf Hopper, the popular com- orice a witness in a suit P018 InnilcP iuid the opposing coun P°,rr tue wurt room said: "Xou are Jgel in tue believ0?» an act° \.Is d°,ni "Yes," replied uot I:»°PP^ that a low calling?" know "I but it's so much bel- ,uv father's that I am rather ter wiau »vVhat was your f'rt, calllis. -"J I 0»k?" "H. Thfl late Dr. Creighton, bishop of Lion once made a visit to Father fitanton's church in High Holborn, a Eft ritualistic organization. 1 he Service was not quite to his liking, St Father Stanton talked so fast *.t he did not have a chance to say Svthing until he got into his car I *,»?» to go away. Then he remarked: ftke your service, Stanton, but I •IS lie yo»ir incense." "Very !rrv my lord, very sorry," replied Vat her Stanton, submissively, "but it is the very best can get for three hillilis-s and sixpence a pound." In his speech in congress answer senator Hale's conciliatory effort behalf ot me...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 March 1901

•r & .' lf! I w* Jp 1 -t wa State Bystander. •T BTITAXDII PCB. 0» ,:fr. & DBS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. MARCH 23. RACE ECHOES. Colonql Roosevelt has appointed Henrj Riokney a* his messenger ti 'Major" Taylor, the Afro-\mer ioan bicyclist, will race in Europe daring July ana August of this year. Mr. Win, Y. Jefferson, a promi nent young attorney of Chicago, has been nominated by tho re publicans of the South town of Chicago for Clerk. The February issue of Werner's Magazine contained an article of twenty-two pages and 46 portraits on "The Expressional Power of tho Colored Race," considering those of the race who have won distinction in oratory, public speak ing, lecturing, public reading and writing, and on the concert, ora torio, operatic and theatrical stage. The Ladies' Home Journal for February snys: "The fir»t eman cipator of the slaves, John 0. Fre mont, never received any honor of gratitud'6 from' ths Negro raco a daring soldier and a Major-Gen •eral, he lived in poverty f...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 March 1901

|K "*=BSSS xV TMUSS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One.*N*£' v' *l§2 wumtiitliB...... -25 Tbrta nxxithe AU subscription payable la advance. j. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR j. H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by postcffloe order, money order, ,,fflTir or draft, to the IOWABTATIBTSTAX osaPnltllAtilns Company. Oomanlcatlocui muit be written on one side oftte p^u only sod be otInterest to the pnb lo. "Brevity la the aoul of wit," remember W will not return rejected martnhcript. na law aceompMitad by pottage stamps. Raster Bonnets Ready—Mason's, Mrs. Warrlak and* brother jiames Porter have gone to Greenfield to at tend the faneral of thelrmothe*. H. Mixoo, Jeweler, No. 310 West Tblid street. Tuues Pianos and re pairs organs, At the home of Mrs. E. B. Bradley, 1910, North Seventh street, ments" was the subject of paper. i' Easter will be observed in all the churches of the oity, with special ser vices, and with sach declaration as the occasion requires. Mr. A Mrs. James Woods entertain* ed at dinner. The Messrs....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 March 1901

wS? %"$ lll^ Iowa State Bystaa|^ J- jf^C OINEfl, IOWA. J?V -j HOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Dos Moines, March 2f, 1901. |i ,T. P. Vincent, owner of the Des Moines stock yards, lias had a e.on ferencc with YVilliam Agar, who ist to manage the local branch of the Agar Packing company, on the advisabil ity of the Agar Packing company buy ing its product through the yard in stead of sending out buyers to take the stock from local shippers. It is understood that it was practically agreed they will co-operate in an ef fort to build up a market in Des Moines. The policy agreed upon is that for the time being the Agar com puny will not only buy stock on the Vincent market, but will send men into the country to make purchases with a view of turning shipments from the territory surrounding this city away from Chicago and Omaha. When stock commences to move tliif way it is the intention to take these buyers off the road and to make all purchases through the Vincent yard. It is believed that with a de...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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