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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 April 1901

no ronr Fact 8 BO u,,l NIW tight CorDHnf 8rft "V* j«to your ahix's, Allen Foot- a nowder for the feet. It makes Shoes feel Easy. Curea orJLions swollen, Hot and Feet At all Druggists and 25c. Sample sent FREE. gJSen s. Ol-mtna. LeKor. N.Y. ISC friends are ]ile .your shadow -only with you in sunshine. DO VOU FEEL LIKE THIS? Fen Picture for Women. am so nervous, there is not T1S a -ell inch in my whole body. I am so oV -It rnv stomach and have mdi +inn horribly, and palpitation of §£heart, and 1am losing flesh. This ^wlache ami backache nearly kills Sndyesterday I nearly hud hyster X' there is a weight in the lower part bowels bearing down all the time, and pains in my groins and I cannot sleep, walk, or sit, I believe 1 am diseased all over one ever suffered as 1 do." This is a description of thousands of which come to Mrs. Pinkham's Mention dailv. An inflamed and ul rated condition of the neelc of the womb can produce all of these symp- torn*. Ss3lr 311!3. Jons WILLIAMS. n:(' uo vvo...

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. — 12 April 1901

fejsra State Bystandetv Um BTBTANDEB PUB. CO" DEIS MOINES, IOWA. IPRIDAY, APRIL 12. BOCK ISLAND AND MOLINK NOTKS. The ladies of the Eastern Star of. the Twin Cities pave a masquerade ball Thursday, the 20th nit., in Iiock Island. To say it was a deoded auc ss ill every way is putting it iniMly. to Itef.'greatest TV'rn were npt 'offliy unique and pretty, but snowed,considerable time and taste. Dancing was the order of the even ing, Supper was served from 10 o'clock. ,. Miss Cora Phoenix of Muscatine is Visiting her sister an dfrientls in Mo- VVe are pained to have to note the illness of Mrs. Walkup and death of their dear little baby. At presen Mrs. W. is getting along as well ai can be expected. Thursday evening, tho 1th inst.. a the opera house in Molino_ oceurre the best up-to-date entertainment its kind ever given in the tri-eitie: by local talent. Tin- daily paper de voted one column of its paper to the merits of the entertainment. It con sisted of a comedy, embracing plan tot I...

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. — 19 April 1901

iS"" •yVSfci IOWA VOL. 7. IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. PITBUSBBD KVBRY FRIDAY BY THB BY8TANDBB POBS*BI»0 COM PAN V, FIIPTH AND LOCUST, BOOK 4(» JIAjlQilAKDT BIXGK. K' AIF AH PHO- ISFLDCRATLON OY IOWA. mwiciAt/i TEOt SmCML'^AipkB O* THB BOB* WORSHIPFUL ONrrlD QRANO LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. X. T*BMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year-. Six roths• *J Tbrcenioutns All subscription payable In advance. j. THOMPSON. EDITOR. j. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by postcfflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATS BYSTAN DER Publishing Company. Coauuanlcations 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 rej cted manuscript, on 1868 accompanied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Lowest prices—Mason's. Mr. and M«s. Fred Jackson enter tained Dr. Hubert at 5 o'clook dinner, Monday afternoon. Attend the Saered concert given by the A. M. E. Church choir, Sunday evening, at the auditorium. Mrs. B. Fields in ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 April 1901

If::.# ft c»\ .ii "3 -VJ The State university lias been refus ed payment of tiu-ee unpaid jpi-j)i-i niions bv y\i:iii:• i- Merriaiii. It is ex pected 1!jc outcome of the refusal will be an siction of manda mus begun by the regents to compel iyn:4• of tile amount linked. The re|iii F-it iij)H xvlui. li WITC sent in by bowl! Swbhor, rensiln of the board regents, and which the airiitor fused to I i! r, culled fop Ihri unpaid ap.'i.' dpriai inns made bv gen eral assemblies before the hew co-.'e •went into 1e l. lie pic tit of la iiicolwl i- woollier tlic acts 11 11 ii•: the appropri tin when the new code The regents mad t-.i.tltm due tin' las! in accordance with for the mlowiiicn tie university, pa? beint Iowa State Bystander. THE NEWS IN IOWA liY IIVSTANDKB PUB. CO. ii DES MOINES, IOWA. NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Des Moines, April 10, 1001. Governor Shaw anil the other I)c3 Moines men interested in the owner ship of 3,400 acres of rice farm Iambi ten miles from Beaumont, Texas, have receiv...

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. — 19 April 1901

"m A CHAPTER VII. Ah n°U ,rin® (j0W 1C- lC1 closc I *5 flfl liwho could not cry." Janetta gave rather a watery smile. janetui buvc !„ym, were 101 I in trouble about several things, and could not see my way clear but I see it now. 1 shan't .cry any more, I prom ft now. 1 ciiaa VI*.J I head with something of her usual franlc reliance. Clarice glanced at her wistfully. "You arc reserved and proud, Janetta, but if it were a case where money would help With quick alertness Janetta bent down and kissed one of Clarice's tiny, helpless hands. "Ah! how good and dear you are but it is not a case of money. I am almost glad not to have it, because I might do harm instead of good with I "Not my hands, my face, said Claricc simply. And Janetta bent and kissed her on tte forehead, oppressed with a sense of Irer own unworthiness. The day passed like a dream. She saw Captain Merivale only at meals, for he and Clarice spent the evening alone together. The next day, when he came down (after bidding he...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 April 1901

CW1' Svv '. I' fa 'v "I' tf •x -pi v^T j^T I DAVENPORT REPORT. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiight hu begun houwkspping at 716 Main street. Mr WrightIsnporttr on the Book Island road, and ibis places bim closer to bis work. Mr. A. D. Corbln has retained from Oiuaha^ where be went to spend Easter with bis little daughter, Sadie corbin. Ruteoe & Holland's Minstrel was ^re Sunday and showed at the Burlis' opera house. It was reported tbat they had a crowded house. 8inoe our last writing one of Daven dopt's most faithful oitiiens passed away it was Mr. Geo. W. Chesterfield, who re aided at the corner of B'JjfJi and (?hfi*?y' streets.1 Mr. Chesterfield was uudo^ted ly one of the best koown and most highly respected citizens in Davenpoit. lie was a faithful member of the Third Baptist church from its organization, which was S3 years ago this month, up until his death, and was a faithful worker in the Sunday School. He leaves a wife and aon to mourn tbeir loss. He was buried at Oakdale oemetery i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 April 1901

I' r^UBCH ANNOUNCEMENT Mth A.^Sunday school at 18 R& breaching. Pastor. i»^S3ii?sre.W5aS pis tor. gp.m. fi.Dtiit Church—Corner School first A»rlc«i BW Bev.F. Ixmack pssttor, 8t»«*ayschool 4.30 ». ii Houston, ?o»n8 P^'«meetin' MID 8i'~rlnt«",«nt: superintendent: i. m, preaohlng 7 P' M. Se^d Wd.Des Moia*. Bum's HO d«b Motnes sitreer! „abo Baptist Charch-E. Second Street, HouutNebo »av And Gran(i aveaue-Sunday SECRET ORDERS. *rA«ti stir Iyx]S6| NO. 9( A# P« A. .""-Moots First Thursd*yin each month »t Masonic sssfe.r«?rs^:sl't Masonic ha?l*'rod JatftsSn, M. C. G. H. CleKif^tt, R©c. w-fttni court. No. 8—meets 8econd Monday N^h month at Masonic hall. Mm. J. H. Shepard, matron Mrs. Fred Jackson. Becre tafv. M. niiv« court. No. 4-Meet* First Thursday "offi month it Masonic hall. Mrs. Susan mm matron Mrs. Flora Majors, secre fWtr Lodge, bo. JIM, G. U. O. ot O. F. iflets First, Second and Third Tuesday each JnnSuiat Odd FeUows hall on West Sixth S,d WalnSt streets. D. Burn., N. G. F. Brow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 April 1901

1 Shot While Riding in His Bufifgy. ME CRIME OF ASSASSINS. & fiernggs Tm Betornliis Home I mmrn- VI*It to ft l'atleut In Memphis— •fcnodhcundi on tlio Irnll of tli# Hcurxterera. 'Memphis, Tenn., April 19.—Dr. Hal Scruggs, one of the leading physi of this country, was assassinated 10 o'clock last night on Poplar evard, one of the most prominent jrhfnrpa leading from Memphis, •yar&xKo returning from a professional •cxIL The physician was riding iu his fcussy when two assassins, who had Iain in omhush, crept up behind and JSfiof. him ia the back of the head. One .juatol ball penetrated his brain. The &age<ly Is shrouded in mystery, al thatigh officers have been working on Hho case all day. They have a slight and if the guilty parties are ap preJi ended, it is believed that sunimarj jtuaishment will be inflicted. After the assassination the body of the physician lell to the box of the buggy. ^The horse went direct to the physi cian's home, passing the house three aies, an...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 April 1901

faith, rwroteand jund. concluded to give it a trial, to Mrs. Pinlcham, and received ft very nice letter in return. I began at once the use of her Vegetable Com- Seelingsplendid. iound and Blood Purifier, and am now I have no more pain &t monthly periods, can do my own work, and have gained ten pounds. I would not be without your Vegetable Compound. It is a splendid mediexne. I am very thankful for what ithas done for me."—MRS. J. W. J., 76 Carolina Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. ToCAUFOiM CHEAPLY AND COMFORTABLY Tourist sleeping car leaves Kansas City 9:05 p. m, every Tuesday via EVggSSOUfti, KANSAS & TEXAS RAIL WAY runs through without change to San Francisco, via Ft. Worth, San Antonio and Los Angeles. Sleeper rate, $5.00, Ticket rate Tuesdays In March and April, from Kansas City, $25.00. FORGET NOT that It runs Tuesday, being date of sale of the low rate tickets. W. N. u., Des Moines, No. 16—1001. Vbeo Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This '.V..' W gave an Abiding Fait...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 April 1901

Iowa State Bystander* J"AV BTSTANDBR FD& Oft IOCS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. A PHIL 19. RACE ECHOES. Goreroor-elect White, of West Mirginia, has jast appointed Prof. W. S. StarkB qf th^t fltafeaa slate librarian. This, is the first ap |M)tntment of its kind ever gireu to a colored man in the state. A colony of one hundred col ored people left Knoxville, Tenn., last Monday for Hawaiian Islands where they go to work on sugar plantations. They are provided with transportation and guaran teed permanent employment. The reccnt appointment of Wil liam T. Reid to be head foot ball coach uf the Crimson 'varsity eleven next fall, has aroused a storm of protest and disapproval among a great mony of the gredn ates and undergraduates, who thinks that this position should rightfully be given to William H. Lewis, the famous center rusher, who has been the backbone of Harvard foot ball ever since his graduation, in 1893- There seems to be an intimated understanding, privately asserted, though never ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 April 1901

VOL. 7. Ill STATE BYHH •nftTHHID KTIBT TODAY BT THE BTWiSDIK pobESEmo oompahy, rirra ardlocdbt. IIOOM 4» MARQITAMIW BLOCK. IOWA'PKOKK 898. nwrfriAti fAW OF Tin W 0" si* months.. TbTtt DBOOtlli AfHO-AMHIUCA* AM subscription pay able to advance, J. t. THOMPSON. EDITOR j. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER money by posttflSoe order, money order, Mpnea or draft, to the Iowa Stat*Bystan oB Publishing Company. Coanoaoleatioos must be written on one side of me paper only and be or interest to the pub ic. "Brevity Is the soul of wit," temember VT« *1U no* retain njected manuscript, on lass accompanied by poatage stamps. CITY NEWS Today is Arbor Day. Lowest prices—Mason's. Mr. Green Irwin, of Leavenworth, Kansas, ia visiting in ttaa city. Mr. Lee Blagburn has accepted a po sition with the MeArthur Drug Co. Mrs. James Woods has been confined to his room the past week by illness. Mils Ionia San ford, of Oskaloosa, is in the city she expects to spend the svmmer here. William Harding left Snnday night for Chic...

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. — 26 April 1901

-V. .• K)! It 1 l^ III if I:* I 1 1 I* hi •i ii s'i i! VlenncRQ DIVOPOB Cluln A "Ladies' Divorce Club," of all things in the world, has been estab lished in Vienna, and the members wear as a badge a silver ring bearing the strange device, "Humanitas." There is much speculation as to whether they mean to imply that they show their humanity by emancipating their husbands, or that in the interests of womanlty they humanely band themselves together to break the mat rimonial fetters when they become irk some to wives.—Chicago Tribune. Mouument to Pasteur. The model for the monument to Pas teur, which is to be erected in his na tive town, represents besides a statue of Pasteur a figure personifying sci ence, who is holding a wreath of latjicl toward Pasteur and a woman holding two small children, who are supposed to have been saved from death by Pas teur's discoveries. M. Anton Charles, the sculptor, i's making progress with it, and it is Pai1 supporicu line by some members The mat lei as...

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. — 26 April 1901

A si-,v CHAPABR VIII— (Continued.) 1 "Tell me everything she Bald," Ja tta answered, with a sickening dread [1her heart that Mrs. Mortimer had messed at or listened to what had pitssed between her and Captain Merl YjJfl* »«he says that you are deceiving ma nil the way round—that you are the udost awful flirt, and she can proVe It." ':J "ftcr first charge may" be dismissed on that score,, at any rate,". Janetta eaid, a little Clarice gave a little sigh of relief. "I knew it, dear but, just to satisfy me tell me straight out that you did not care for him except as a friend, Only to please me, not because I doubt you?" A shiver shook Janetta from head to foot. She tried to speak, but though her lips moved no sound passed them, then she threw herself sobbing at Clar ice's feet. "You are so good, so dear, 111 tell you all the truth, come what will. I -Kfo love Captain Merivale. I didn lenow It, I didn't even gues3 it until the day before he went away then knew—-but he doesn't. Nobody kno...

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. — 26 April 1901

SPB9BKT" KipfsK,,^. -.y: DAVENPORT. :-T$ There was an entertainment at Bethel A. M. E. church Tuesday night April 6, given In connection with the missionary society. There was a very large crowd present but those who came had a nice time. Mrs. Dora Weathers was removed from her home last week to Morbonia hospital to have an operation per formed, and on Tuesday of this week the operation occurred, and we are glad to report that at this writing she is resting very nicely and we also hope that she wil soon be able to return to her home. Wednesday, April 19, was council meeting night, and the fplowing offi cers were appointed and confirmed 4or the year beginning May 1st: lion. Henry Theunen, city attorney Frank Kespler, chief of police John C. Piening, chief of ftre department, John T. Mabry, city scavenger, Henry Sass, city sexton. The different com mittees were all reappointed as the mayor seemed to be well satisfied with the service they had given to the people since last April. The ...

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. — 26 April 1901

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. o'c4oScPr«*ch School *t IS n*- *fay_ *Si Bates, Pastor. IMMI Baptlat OhvMh—Corner School Bw.r.IumMkiiuto. imcoaem uv ip.il, preaching 8«0p-»- AuJ%S^loome, Bev.ftW.Hoimee,pewor, jg) Oct jwtowitwrt. •oantKeboBaptistChoreh-*. SecondBtrM*. •SJSLn Locust and Grand »*eaue—8undiy •Srvice. preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday School SsDd.m.,Superintendent, Roee Johnson. pMaohingai8p.in. ltev. J. Bell, pastor. Tabernacle Baptist Chnrtfc MiMj««-Hitnajed ««er006KaMI«oeu»t street. Preaching Ma. mt simday School 9:00 a. m. preaching at 8 p. m. Ber. J. R. Winbush, pastor. SECRET ORDERS. worth Star Lodge. No. S, A, F. A. M.-Xeet* Krst Thursday in each month at Masoaic. Hall-Fourth and Court avenue. J. H. 8hep •rd, W. 11. J. I. Thompson,secretary. Kins Solomon Oommandei?, No. Meets second and Fourth ThucsdaT in each month ^MMonic hjoi. rwdJacfrKre, KGia.,a Naomi Oenrt, Ho. S-meets Second Honday in *^h month at Masonic ball. Mrs. J. H. Shepard, matron Mrs. Fred Jackeon. seen tary. Mt Ol...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 April 1901

.ft Is at Last Placed Withjp the New Tomb. FIVE CASKETS TRANSFERRED. fiemaln* of the Martyred President Taken Bp by Trust*®* of the Monu ment In Presence of l'roniinent IUl uolsans—Casket Not Opened- Springfield, 111., April 26.—Without ceremony the body of Abraham Lin coin was transferred yesterday after noon from Its temporary vault on Mon ument Hill, in Oak Ridge cemetery, to *he tomb in the reconstructed national Xiucolu monument. The transfer was .officially witnessed by the trustees of •the monument and by the Lincoln guard of honor. In addition to these and several distinguished guests a crowd of 300 people assembled in spite -of the secrecy maintained and wit nessed the removal. Along with the •tjody of the president the caskets con taining the remains of his wife, his three sons and his grandson were transferred from the temporary vault to their final resting place. The body •of the emancipator was placed in the marble sarcophagus, where it rested when the unsuccessful atte...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 April 1901

1 & Knrlnkl® sal*, on a •wine stain and Wr hot water through it until it *on0, if'You Have Rheumatism Is V*«nd 110 money, but write Dr. Shoop, Rac no, Wli., for THAT Mx bottle* of »r. Shoop'g Klicumatlc fe»?MPreM I* cured pay t».80 not It la tree. «irhc doctor is quick to realize that I-practice is better than theory. Oliver Wendell Holmes was once present at a gathering where he Chanced to be seated near the refresh ment table, and noticed a little girl booking longingly at the table. In his ftjndly way, be said, "Are you hungry, ('•ny child?" She replied bashfully in We affirmative. "Then why don't you Ifako a sandwich?" he asked. The lit ftle maid responded: "Because I {•haven't any fork." The autocrat quot ed, smilingly: "Fingers were made lie fore forks," and to his intense amunement she answered: "Not my Wrs." A story of Queen Victoria's humor is ^recorded in connection with the fram ing of the bulletin announcing the Mjirlh of the present king. After the (usual statement,...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 April 1901

f$w & If"*.» g* 'W '& Sir5 f" 5$?"f .« Ot It' 4 i» the shoes iwww. Vt if I* IptfaState Bystander. •T BIITAKDU PEN. OA OSS MOINES, It IOWA. FRIDAY. APRIL 20. CARRIER PIGEONS. «%*lr OH Unit tad N* If SUadUj iMNMlae life're IB a new 'Word for you, colum bophilism. It means raising and train ing' messenger -pigeons. Within th« last few years this industry has grown wonderfully. The governments of Bel gium, Germany, Prance and the United State* are training these birds to serve as messengers from army stations. The United States makes use ot them more especially from ships. Nearly every one of our "big ships carries a ooop of homing pigeons, as they arc called, which are released as occasion demands, and almost without excep tion the birds go with unerring swift ness to their home on shore, carrying a tiny tube fastened to one leg, which contains a message written on the thinnest of paper. They can be de pended upon to go a hundred miles at a speed of fifty miles an hour when the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 May 1901

I-? r: mm** VOL. 7. V-/1' omcu STATE BYSTANDER. BSD XI •HIHO rSST FRIDAY BT *HS BTSTAVDSS company, rirra and iocvax. 406 XASQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PSONS 889. H.MF vsrrvi SB or TUB Arao-AMSBICAM PBO ASSOCIATION or IOWA. I. PA1 ORAM PBB OX TBS MOST WOBSBlP'OIi LODGB Or IOWA, A. T. A. K. TXRUS of subscription. 'Thr*e mouths All subscription payable In advance. I)I i»» THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. QHEPARD. MANAGER. money by poattfllce order, money order, ..•lectin or draft, to the Iowa Statm Bystan dib Publishing company. Oosnaimiaations must be written on one side oftbe pver only and lie of lntereet 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 Lowest prices—Mason's. Mr. W. T. Buckner has been confin ed to his bed for tlie last few days* Mrs. Miller and daughter thanks the gieople of this city and Keokuk for their hospitality shown Saddle daring ber illness. On last Tuesday evening occurred the ann...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 May 1901

p. Is VvJ- t* I Iowa State Bystander- BY BYSTANDKK PUB. CO. sis MOINES, IOWA. There are more than 1,000,000 square feet of glass surface In England ex siqalTely devoted to the cultivation and d1 production of tomatoes for market pur poses. i-f Among the flgures returned for cities from the Italian census taken on February 9 are Rome, 502,000 Flor ence, 190,000 Venice, 151,000, and Bo logna, 152,000. ad?" The quick firing artillery •with •hich the whole Swiss army is to be equipped forthwith, consists of nickel steel guns, 7.4 centimeters caliber, firing ten shots minute, with a range of 5,800 yards. It does not appear that the English •re ready to withdraw from South Africa. British agents are in this country asking bids on 20,000,000 bags of feeding oats, 20,000,000 bags of seed oats, 20,000,000 bales of alfalfa hay and 20,000,000 bags of bran. It is under stood that these supplies are for the troops in South Africa. Here Is the latest story of Judge Henry E. Howland, one of the mo...

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