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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 May 1901

**14 her t\: A T psm-v CHAPTER XIII. rp0 Clarice. the consciousness of a •new lovrv. who waited only for the teintest si?n of encouragement from to declare* himself, brought un doubted consolation for the effort it had cost her to renounce the old love tout Janetta drooped and pined for some tidings of the man who had taken her heart 'by storm and held it fast Harry Merlvale. i? She saw his arrival in England re corded in the daily paper. Later on she noticed that his valuable services in the late campaign were to be re warded a high appointment in the war office. "Janetta," said Clarice, one day in June "are you going to wear black •clothes for the rest of your days? It's .more than a year since your brother died." "I'll go into colors again, if you .like," answered Janetta, obedient to •Clarice's faintest wish. "Come up i-with me to Lomdon tomorrow and you ,ghall choose my dresses for me." "I'm afraid you must go alone, Jan ,etta, because—'because Sir Robert has itelegraphed to sa...

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. — 17 May 1901

Wi Joy." :haps 1 VKETTV CHAPTER XIII. To Clarice, the consciousness of a •new lovrr. who waited only for the ftiutest si^n of encouragement from liar to declare* himself, brought doubted had cost her to renounce the old love tout Janetta drooped and pined for some tidings of the man who had taken her heart 'by storm.and held it fast— Harry Merivale. f' She saw his arrival in England re­ corded she fclm." That day Clarice wrote a short note to Harry Merivale asking him to come down on the* following afternon and «pend the night at Sea Grange. "Surely it is time we met again, she wrote. She said nothing of her invita tion to Janetta but asked her to be .sure and return to Northcliff by a cer tain train she named in the afternoon. "And you are to come back in that new frock, Janetta. Sir Robert will jbe here, remember." So it came to pass that, on that June Afternoon, Janetta stood on the plat form of London station, prepared to return to Northcliff. She was dressed in a pale gray cost...

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. — 17 May 1901

ftr ®h" i. ...» &*>"' '('v I' Ft: J$' I f^l I & I I KlJ f' 'A St 1^ 3* DATBNPORT REPORT. We were out of the city last week and therefore did not send in any re port from Darenpoii •,„. Mr. A. D. Corbin made a fljiof trip to Omaha laatwepk. He returned home "Thursday. The Ladies Violet club meeta at the residence of Mrs. Hughe* this week The Silver Autumn Leaf club meeta at Mrs. McGawp this week. The Odd Fellows and House Hold of Ruth of this city turned out aoross the riyer in Bock Island Sunday, «nd had their Thanksgiving sermon preached by Past Noble Father T. Harper, at the Seeond Baptist church. The ehurch was crowded to the doom and he preached a noble sermon. Most Venerable Patriarch, John T. Mabry waa master of ceremonies, and Most Venerable Patriarch, James M. Thomas the. D. G. M. of Iowa, made a strong address on the progress of the order and Past Noble Father, Wm. Harris made a most wonderful address on Odd Fellow-ship. Special street cars were chartered to take...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 May 1901

ft«Mi By OHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. ma Corinthian Baptist tfcwrch —mtuated on ufh St between Oiotkff ud Sckool 8t» gSJ2KuA.ai 8m.to Scbool at 19 **k* Miween ^V Bates, Pastor. pant a. M. K.—Corner ol Second andCexitex Preaching at 10:80 a. m. Sunday fShool at S o'clock: Epworth Leasruo at7 p^MMbiag at 8 p. m. L. J. Phillips, paafenr M*at African Baptlat Clinroh—Corner School Fourth atroerts. Rev. F. Lomack pastor. Preaching taao a. m. Sunday school 9.80 p. bj^MtTM. X. Housten, Superintendent: Young People's meetlqr p. preaching VCD p.m. hkqIi h. E.—East Second and Dee Moines Street—Snadfcy services, preaching at 11 [OS aim. and4p. m. Sunday School at 18:80. Bn*«r and class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. are welcome. Rev. C. W. Holmes. pa»tof, Dea Moines atreer. Mount Kebo Baptist Church—®. Second street, between Lncust and Grand avenue—Sunday uuuudi mw 178 "BaKaaI jt SECRET ORDERS. Horth Star Lodge, No. a, A. F. A. M.—Meets First Thursday In each month at Masonic Ball—Fourth and Court avenue. ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 May 1901

il Wt iimcyps Strikers and Soldiers Have a Fight gr^ at ^|bany, MANY HURT, NONE KILLED. "M ,'.^i fj' f?i -«Me of tl« MM-Calw KM ThrongU 5£{ tfce City Wm the Police. v. Dr»mUo of the Day—Crowd 8«Wft Albany, N. Y., May 17.—The strike •situation has become so serious that ''Jov. Odell has canceled all engage urntn and is at the executive man fSon waiting to co-operate with the city .authorities in preserving the peace. TTwo thousand soldiers are already -within the city limits, more are com ing. and Gov. Odell has ordered the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Forty cerenth regiments, with a troop of e3uralry, a battery of artillery, and a signal corps, to be ready to proceed to Troy, where more trouble is antici pated- The day closed with a clash feetrween the troops and the mob, in "winch the citizens were beaten with a»ber backs and musket butts, non union men injured by bricks and -stones, women and children trampled under foot, and soldiers maimed with 4lylng missiles. Banning the Gantlet...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 May 1901

3®!' a FY i. ..j I si »r ft* &*. FRAGRANT QDONT perfect liquid dsntlfrlc© for the Teelh and Mouth CASCARETS, ALL DRUGGISTS. 2 2Sc Large LIQUID and POWDER, 75c At all Stores, or by Moil for the price. HALL6t RUCKEL, New York. W. N. U., Des Moines, No. 20—1901 No f/\. Muss happen. The way to make the body ache-proof is to use tetnember that all pains and troubles in your insides are all bowel Willi WM to cure IP" el troubles, appendicitis, bll- loasnew, bad breath* bad blood, wind oa the stainacli, bloated bowels, foul mouth,headache,Indication, pimples, pains after eating, liver trouble, sallow complexion and dizziness, when your bowels don't more regu larly you ar® eettlae sick. Constipation kills more people than all other diseases together. It Is starter Tor the chronic aliments and Ions years or suffering that cone afterwards. No matter what alls you, start taking? OASCAKBXS to-day. *or you will never get well and. bo well all tbs^ilmesiW you put your bowels right. Take our a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 May 1901

(pwa State Bystander# •, .1:' MY 1TIT4KDEB N& «•. The insurance of the Mt- Zion A. M. E. Church and the Edward Waters College only amounts to $15,000. Rev. E. J. Gregg, D. D. has been appointed president of the Colored Relief Committee stren uous efforts are being made to re~ lieve the necessities of the home* less of the race. There is not the slightest indications on the part of the colored people to be law less or overslip the bounds of propriety. They are as quiet and well behaved on the whole as any part of this community. One hundred and one dollars from the New Jersey Confer ence has been received by Dr. regg. —Afro American. BANK SUCCESS ASSURED. The movement which was start -ed several months ago to found a negro bank in this city was as sured of success yesterday, when a meeting of prominent local col ored men was held at 1024 South Twentieth street to complete ar rangements for the organization of the bank which will be affected on May 20. At the meeting it was announ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 May 1901

Vvj' J' «*-. -•'.3 1 .i I 9 Tbe Christain Working Club met May 16, with Mrs. Courtney of 115 Grand Ave. The Club is doing splen did work and received new members last week. They will give a House Social at 779, 9th street, May 83. Miss Fannie Walker will graduate from East Side High School in June. Her many friends will be pleased to her of her success. All kinds of New and Second hand furniture and Household goods, Stoves and Carpets. Repairing done at 9WM"- VOL. 7. Hi 8T1IE Ml I-ill niMUllO OOMPAKT, nRB AMD liOOUIR* I- nmu —amp ix)dobor iowa, a. r. A a. TISMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. iwt* nxmtha All subscrffrUon payable In advance. U. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER. Send money by posttfflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATB BYSZAM DBS Publishing Company, Communications must be written on one side oTthe paper only and be of Interest to tbe pub lc. "Brevity Is tbe soul of wit," remember Wb will not return refected manuscript, un less acoompanied by postage...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 May 1901

Iowa State Bystander. -WB5 By •mm kystandbb DES MOINES, us A tvu- co IOWA Mary Owens of Chicago Is said to do the only woman in the world who does regular police doty. Every husband can testify that this is incorrect. According to a recent regulation, pupils in the schools of Saxony will hereafter be required to commit to memory 291 Biblical verses and 193 •erses of hymns in addition to the catechism. An Ohio speculator fainted when he *aw that stocks in which he was in terested were going down, and when he came to he found that he was many thousands of dollars richer than when he lost consciousness. Yet a few years from now he will tell his grandchild ren that he made his money by econ omy, industry, and the exercise of hie superior ability. Exercise cannot with impunity be Aegleeted, and should be taken reg ularly and in moderation. Most wo men would be all the better for walk ing four or five miles each day, and, were they to do so, instead of de pending, so much on street cars, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 May 1901

Mildred iIP!^ £V CHAPTER I. «'0f course, my dear George, wish very much to have these people here, they must be asked," said Lady Caroline, regarding her husband at tentively through the handle of the tea-urn. The children had Just left the room, so she thought it a good op portunity of finally learning his wishes on this subject without the interven tion of Mildred's rather vehement opinions. "It is a dreadful nuisance," Bhe said—"and But Lady Caroline could not "make the best of it" just then, and so went -out of the room to consult with Mildred, of whose sympathy she was certain, the girl being more opposed to the coming of their visitors than even she •could be. V-— Seven children had blessed the mar riage of Sir George Trevanion and Lady Caroline. First, there was •Charles, the heir, a great, tall, good looking fellow, with a careless, sweet "temper—"as like his father at that age," said his mother, "as ever a boy •could be." He was about twenty-six at this time, and held a com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 May 1901

rj dt •fe A ifV .A MT. PLEASANT NEWS. Mrs. W. H. Terribee h«i. warned jai returned bom Chioago. Min Maud Arbuckle will npwmt the Baptist Sunday School at Davenport in Jane. Mr. 8tepben Brow* went to Ottamwa last weak. Air. Leonard Harrison was calling on Meads In the ally last week. Bar. Ell Grant was visiting Mends and nlalivsa here last week. Miss MaCracfcen's "Folks" did not ar rive last weak. Tha A. 11. Saaday Sekool gave an M. entertainment the 16, wkioh waa a finan eial tacaess. Miss Maggie Adanssmeriy of thl fora eity bat now efChieago was married in that ally the 15. Mrs. Maggia Alexander left Monday for Illinois whara her husband is amploy •d. Mr. Wm. Spotts who was hurt In a wrack near Creston, is much Improved. «:r Jessie Anderson is on the sick list. The Reed chileren have recovered from the measels. Mrs. Grandison has purchased an in cuaator intends to enter the ehicken busl- Qnarterly meeting was observed at the A.-M. E. Church Sunday. Presiding El der Bundy was presen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 May 1901

w. B. PORTER, President W*J.*«STVIINEYJ .L Undertakers. FLYNN .fes^V To THE GOOD CITIZENS CHURCH OF Holmes, M. N- G. Mrs. L. Williams, W. R. I Knights and Ladles of Bonor of the World No 178 Victoria Lodge—meets every Monday evening at Webster's Hall, corner of Tenth Center streets. Mrs. E. A. Wopd. Proctor. Mrs Rosa Johnson. Secretary TO ai DES MOINES: ANNOUNCEMENT. m« Oartntbtmn Otanh —situated 00 ifS St.. between Otoakmr and School Sts. RhiThmt II Sunday School at IS ££*X*Pe*otilng. at 7 P. M. Rev. S. Bates, Pastor. m. li. J. Pbllllpa. preaching at 8 p. pastor. met African Baptist Church—Corner Bch and Fourthetreerte. Rev.F. Lomack Preaching VK9D a. m. Sunday school School Preaching 1M0 a. m. Sunday school §Jtt Mr. M. B. Housten, Superintendent Yonng People's meeting 7 p. m, preaching WO p.m. M. B.—Bast Second and Dee Moines street.—Suadhy services, preaching at 11:06 a. m. and 4 p.m. Sunday School at 18:30. Mayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. All are welcome. Rev. 6. W. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 May 1901

7 a. if I «:r S if I •*'t &•> §i: V'^ lis-: lis '$f,?V .-?v Ifv.- mm *V «j£*r Bow F«rxmjk Quickly iss V' Jmr*d to be Catarrh of Stomach nad was Cared by Peruna. 'w W. A. Mitchell, dealer in general .merchandise, of Martin, Ga., writes: "I wrote you some time ago con- •^serning my wife's case. She had tried all of the best doctors, and we got to rlfllTFIfe MEN to sell cigars. NM I aV Liberal proposition If you sre oal •$#C emptoymsat snd wsat profitable steady sltua* Km 1 4.' %-v »Xrj!££ REFRIGERATORS Qm Herrlok Sanitary Refrigerator. White •Brace, enamel and glass linings. No poisonous SutflTepeclal features: one-quarter space for |n one-half more room. Send for catalogue prices. V«,\\ -v-n4^ aad will devote jrour time to our badness »as. HAVANA CIGAR COMVAMX, Soto Bulltiiag, St. Louis, Mo. MERRICK Address sales department. Merrick Refrigerator & Cold Storage Co., WATERLOO, IOWA. S50 great taQora ft GIFTED AND BEAUTIFUL 6IRL Threatened With Nervous Prostration, PROMPTLY S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 May 1901

1 W —^——mmtrnmmmmmmmmmtmmmm—m——«—wy^ WHAT WE HEAR FROM ASSINIBOIA. WESTERN CANADA. ••Don't Think of Oomlnff, but Come." To the Editor: The above is the em phatic manner in which a friend in Yorkton writes to a friend near St. Paul, Minnesota, and it is pretty near ly right, too, with the advantages that Western Canada offers to those seeking homes. The Assiniboia dis trict is one of the best The writer from whose letter we quote goes on to gjiy' •'Johii, if you miss this chance you »re foolish, for you can get out cheap er when there are so many coming, and I would not tell you to come if I thought you could not do well, and if you don't come in the spring you will have to go away back, for you I do not want to think that there is no one living out here but us. I saw nicer buildings out here than I ever eaw before, and if the country was no good what would they want them for? John, if you sold everything you have and came out here you would be worth more than ever you were before, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 May 1901

rf 1 & ,f%- Stale Bystander* mr »mAmwa M* ftt BBS MOINES, 1 ula. His father conducted the Lunch room at the depot lor 46 years, and dropped dead at the counter two years ago Bui very few ministers of his time have died in better circum stances than the late Rev. John Jasper, of Riohmood. Va. Be sides his real estate, valued at $5000, he left over $3000 in mon ey. It is said that Rev. Jasper could easely have accumulated a fortune, but realiziDg the finan cial condition of the church, he would accept only $600 a year from his congregation.—Alber querque American. In Oklahoma there are 9,640 colored voters, most of whom are ewners of farms of 160 acres each. There are 39,000 colored children in the public schools and a total population of 54,640 parsons. Now the Review wants 5000 men to some here in August and secure farms when tbe Kiowa reservation opens up.—Russell's Review, McKinley, Ok. A VERY PROMISING REPRESENTATIVE. James F. Gregory, of Borden town, N. J., will graduate in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 May 1901

ftyJt|f & fei as&fe-.. $ & VOlli .7. Mrs. H. J. Pierce has gone to Kansas Oity to Yisit her relatives. Attorney Geo. Woodson, of Mucha kinock was attending supreme court, 'this week. -/A: Mr. Henry Stanton and John Brown, left for St. Joseph, Mo., lost Sunday morning, Miss Anna Herald, who has been very ill for the past several weeks is convalescent, Miss Mary F. Holmes of Little Rock, Ark., has returned home from the Adaline Smith Home. Rev. O. A. Johnson of Oskaloosa spent sunday in our city and preached at Burn's M. E. church. Mr. Wady Calaway lost his child one day last week. We not learn any more particulars. The Brotherhood Band gave a concert fend promonade at Trades Assembly Hall last Wednesday evening. A good /crowd was present to enjoy themselves. Messrs. J. H. Shepard and J. L. ••"•••'Thompson were the only colored ush ers at the G. A. R. reception at the [^Auditorium Decoration day. f'* S MrsI Wm. Morgan will leave this week to spend the summer on the Mississ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 May 1901

Iowa BjT BTSTASDE ft FI B. CO. DES MOINES, IOWA The state legislatures hare been di Tlding the respective states into con gressional district*. The law under -which they are acting calls for dis tricta made of contiguous and com pact territory, and containing as near 1 as practicable an equal number of Inhabitants. The legislatures should, in fair play, liTe np to the spirit ot this law, even if the ways of enforc ing its letter are rtmraded in sonu uncertainty. roily 1,200 acres in the Pecos valley, couth from Roswell to Barstow. Tex., a distance of 170 miles, will be planted this year to cantaloupes, with an es timated yield of 1,000 carloads of the melons, or something less than a car load to the acre. The crop will be shipped direct to Chicago, and will bare an average net market value of $450 a carload—the minimum a car load being |300, with a maximum of S600. American public schools and educa tional methods are going to the ends of the earth. Cuba, Porto Rico, Ha waii, and now...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 May 1901

•t «•».* v.V-f1 ^CHAPTER II. 1 Sr7 The eventful Friday at length ar 'rived, and with it the unwelcome tYounges. They came by the late train, f^hich enabled them to reach King's )A.bbott just one hour before the dinner (bell rang, and so gave them sufficient I' (time to dress. Sir George met them Ktwarmly, feeling some old, half-forgot ten sensations cropping u.p within his heart as he grasped between his own hands the hard, brown one of his ci devant school friend. The old man he now met, however, was widely dif ferent from the fair-haired boy and light active youth he could just barely remember both at Eton and Oxford. Indeed, fat, decidedly ^ng gentry. Mr. Younge, oddly enough, did strangely resemble the fanciful picture drawn of him by Miss Trevanion, be ing "pursy," jolly, and altogether after tfce style of the farm- S But, however right about him, Miss Trevanion's prognostications with re gard to the others were entirely wrong. ance. Jr. Mrs. Younge, far from being fat, red and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 May 1901

i-tn $ & I I I ft I' 4.- S *1' I jy 1* tf" ftF. Uf I? ft rtv vs* Ut- ,* IOVi BIMIST SQWtT SCHWt C01YUTIM. To be Held With the Third Baptist Sunday School, Davenport, Iowa. Official Program. Beginning Thurs­ day, June 13, 1»01. HORNING 8BSSION 10:30 Called to order by President. Devotional Exercises—Rev. \:f-' M. Anhnr, Centerville, Theme: 3&L '"The Spirit of Christ in Our m"\ Meetings." Followed by short talks, 10:30 Appointment of Committee on Credentials, Etc. 10:40 Brief History of the Convention .Rev. M. J- Burton. Davenport lJ :00 Introduction of Visitors and New Pastors. 11:30 Response Bev. Win. Brown, Chariton 11:40 Report of Committee on Creden tials. AFTERNOON SESSION. 2:00 Devotional Exercises—Rev. S.S. Miller. Theme: "State Mis sions." General Business. 2:20 Annual Address of President... Ft. Madison 4:00 "Should the Sunday School Go Into Winter Quarters?" Rev. S. Bell, Des Moines EVENING SESSION. 7:30 Devotional Exercises—Rev. E. Rney, Leader, Theme: "Wit ness of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 May 1901

is W B. PORTER. President R•JL•|iwNBV{Uo^•rt'a'',•• j. run Good Citizens To XH o'otoc* of CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. •Bhm Corinthian Baptist Cborch situated on att St.. betWMnOrookrr and Sokool 8ts. si 11 A. m. Bnnday School »t IS "—at 7 r. M. Braver and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. All are welcome. Kev. C. W.Holmes, pastor, a® Dea Moines streer. Motmt, Nebo Baptist Church—B. Second street, between Locust and Grand avenue—Sunday Johnson. Secretary 1 1 /•& is 1 small-pox pits. We will also Food—Nature's great beautifies 1 I HI MS Des Moines: Rev. ft. Bates, Pastor. hn| a. M. B.—Corner of Second and Center otreets. Preaching at 10:80 a. m. Sunday Softool at S o'clock: Kpworth League at 7 m. preaching at 8 p. m. I*. J. Phillips, pastor. irtrst African Baptist Church—Corner School and Fourth trtreerta. Rev. P. Lomack pMttor, Preaching 1M0 a. m.: Sunday school 4.80 p. m.. Mr. H. B. Houston, Superintendent: Young People's meeting- 7 p. m, preaching 8-flO p.m. nam's M. K.—East SeeOnd and...

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