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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 June 1901

««S II |l A•»: SHOT ANO SHCU. to sol fa BrMHiff OS 1 Tic ebmreh tint epholis the vortd iWUMt tyifft It. The defO seffr iif—w ifce daw* GrmlMai is not is Mac lifted bat in povtac tpt The are thoae wko are ki» to the KIbx of Kings. Tie wntfc of God to like tktt of tbe •cn light with darkness or fet If like Gospel Is Impracticable here, then kara is impossible tfcwt Christ would DOC shield yoa Croai atom, iwt be caw acre you ftnt wreck, They wis© live on public oplnkm wfll probably die of popular opero tetea. It to aid when we are sot on enough terns wltb God to call HJw Father- He who to crowned by W» coo aefeaee cares not if he to condemned by tbe crowd- He who resolves to be better, expect isg to fit!], sorely b« shall not be dis appointed. The spendthrift who to always spend ing upon himself to as teiSsb and mean as the miter. Tbe man who places *be highest thing* Cm will he the first to get tbe highest place. It to folly to ask pity for row pains as long as yon continue to make yo...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 June 1901

...... 8§r a W. B. PORTER, President. \V. L. TETLEY, E. J. FLYNN, hearse, sending a tpecial notice, Hair Tonics, 1 1 1 1 r:" .y ,• Undertakers. 60 YEARS* EXPERIENCE PATENTS Anyone TRADE MARKS DESIGNS .... COPYRIGHTS AC. sketch and description antckly ascertain our opinion free whether OOoe. 625 St. may invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents aent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Mann an A Co. receive without c_arc?e, in the Scientific American. handsomely Illustrated weekly. Trfirjtest clr rotation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a year: four months, Sold by all newsdealers. mH New York 0Q(361Broadway, Branch Washington. D- C. EXCURSION RATES TO WINTER RESORTS Via the North-Western Line. Excur sion tickets are sold daily, with favor able time limits, to numerous points in the West and South at reduced rates For tickets and full information, apply to agents Chicago & North-Western Ir TO u,Wk?...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 June 1901

Anti-War Londoners Demand Trans vaal Independence. Qt* ATTEMPTS TO BUSH THE HALL. (Resolution* Adopted Censoring Ik* Go» •rnmcnt for Its Policy to Sooth Africa —Only til* PnMBM of Utf* Polio* Core* Prevent* Blot. v' London, June 21.—Thousands of Boer sympathizers assembled at ^Queen's hall last night and passed resolutions condemning the govern ment for its policy in South Africa and •demanding that an immediate offer of terms of peace be made to the Boers, this offer to include a promise of com plete independence. While the Boer sympathizers were passing these reso lutions a crowd of from 12,000 to 15,000 anti-Boers assembled in front of the •hall, cheered Earl Roberts, Lord Kitchener, Joseph Chamberlain, and Xord Milner, sang "God Save the King," and waved flags. Frequent at tempts were made to rush the hall, but thousands of police on the scene pre sented a riot. Conditions were pro pitious for a pro-Boer demonstration. ^Balfour had announced yesterday that $here were 17,000 Boer...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 June 1901

WONDERFUL GEYSERS ••„, OF YELLOWSTONE PARK. Ho Other Refflou In the World Abounds in Snol* Variety of Attraction*. The m0st wonderful Wr the scenery in the world is in Yellowstone National Park, the great natural curiosity shop of the Jmiverse. Nowhere else, within equal Hounds, are found so many natural wonders grouped, almost as if by de sign 8PecIal sight-seers. taining convenience of The wonders of the Alps and the Himalayas, could they he gath ered together and compressed into an eaual space, could not hope to rival in -randeur, in variety nor in numbei', rte attractions of the Yellowstone. Were all the attractions except the eyaers removed, the region would (till be famed world wide, drawing nature lovers from all countries to witness the exhibitions of unequalled power of these matchless giants, which, with a roar that may be heard long distances, spout huge columns of teething water high into the air, ^sus­ them there for varying lengths of time. Old Faithful, with a regular...

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. — 21 June 1901

~"L mix Be &4 i?3r &M& RFRV'TFE 'RJS/•''•• Sy*ti nC Wa State Bystander* 'iWhfi b*w are still living with J, ». a 9MMODB, IOWA. FRIDAY. JUKE 21 THE XEWS FB0M BUXTON. (Continued from page Work is progressing nicely on tbe I'erkius koteL The foondatioa is oompleie for B K. Cooper's drug store, so be qaiet girls, jmt can sooa Jure soda mater to drink. Hie population of our ritj wall soon be increased by fifty people. Mrs. J- W. Jtig&i and Miss JXealy Brown bare returned from tbe capi tal city, where tbey attended tbe grand 'session of tbe Daiigktm of Tabor. Boxira has had as addition to lis nuneal circles by a male quartet composed of Ben Tale, John T. Wash ington, W. EL London and Lewis Lon don. Mrs. W. HL London was a Buxton risitor Monday. This is all now- Please be prepared to meet the Bystander coQeeting agent. Denver, Colo. J. S. Eale and Richard Johnson have their new saloon open and are having a good trade. A while back the superintendent of the Saj'lor Sunday sc...

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. — 21 June 1901

\t+£ if: 5 (owa State Bystander. Mr »miin)is rum. o*. MA MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, JUNE 21. THE NEWS FROAl BUXTON. t: (Continued from page 1.) Work is progressing nicely on the Perkins hotel. 1 The foundation is complete for B. F. Cooper's drug store, so be quiet girls, you can soon have soda water I to drink. ... The population of our city will 3 soon be increased by fifty people. Airs. J. W. Biggs and Miss Nealy Brown have returned from the capi tal city, where they attended the grand session of the Daughters of Tabor. Buxton has had an addition to its musical circles by a male quartet composed of Ben Tate, John T. Wash ington, W. H. London and Lewis Lon don. Mrs. W. H. London was a Buxton visitor Monday. This is all now. Please be prepared to meet the Bystander collecting agent. Denver, Colo. Kditor of the Bystander.—Special: I wish to write to many friends for whom I have profound respect. Leav ing Des Moines last December, arriv ing in Denver the 18th of the same month, I found the...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 June 1901

Pi 0 1 •H '•"'•if- ••x •.*' •U Aft, ft1 ^!fn|| ^ip^yi,w-: VOL. 8. IOWA STATE BY8TANDE IT BY THE BT8TAHDCB •ntTflBf" KVmHT lfBJUttAY BY Tl *®""5SS»O OOMPAMV, WFTB AMD LOOTS*. IOWA 'PI AHDT BUMS. ions 8W. R^FFLLAI. PAPXB or TUB ARBO-AMERICA* PBO- TECTTVE A08OCIATIOU O* IOWA. 7»TLCIAI. PAFBB O* THB MOST WORSHIPFUL 0STTBD ORAMD LODGE OP IOWA, A. F. A. M. TBBM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. OMftgfc' ...... 8lx in Three An MtNMfetton payable lnadranc®. ^TL7THOMPSON. EDITOR. ^THTSHEPARP. MANAGER, send money by postcfflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWASTATE BYSTAN DBS PUBLISHING Company. CoamenntOBtlons must be written on one side orthe rT* only and be of interest to the pub ic. "Breritr la the soul of wit." temember We will not return ratfeofced manuscript, un less accompanied by postage stomps. "city news Lawn mowers.—Dawson's Hardware Mr. Wm. Walker has accepted a aition with Lawrence Drug Co. Miss Mable Lake Okoboji. fireworks, all kinds. Prices right. Dawson's The A. M. E. Sunday...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 June 1901

"TK- t" tt ...*• one yttf »U )*ths Tbrca mowlhs ,V «vfc 1 IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. „nMMm xvmuT nunkr by the bystander ""£SS£™ oompamv Tirra ahd mmjubt. "'BOOTI 406 MAHOUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA PftOH* 889. O rnOIAIi PAP*B OF Tint ArKOAMWUCAW PHO nCTIV* ASSOCIATION O* IOWA. OrtXCIAL PAPBR OP THB MOST WOBSHIPFDL tnmBD OB AMD LODGB OP IOWA, A. TKBM8 SUBSCRIPTION. All MbMa^ptton payable In advance J. (.• Coamntaattons must be written on one side of tbe paper only and be of Interest to the pub lc. "BfOTttr ta tbe soul of wit," temember We will not return reacted manuscript, o~ lass accompanied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Lawn mowers.—Dawson's Hardware Mr. Wm. Walker has accepted a po sition with Lawrence Drug Co. Miss Mable Lake Okoboji. The A. M. E. Sunday School will bold their annual pincie the first wesk in August. Old Settler's picnic, Thursday, Au gust 1. The program will be announc ed later. T. S. Ruff has announced that he will be a candidate for market master at the coming city election. ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 June 1901

A" •Hi •if, •lb •I i-i f, '.'I v:i'' rfr II i-'!' -J'./. Iowa State Bystander- 'M»y BYSTANttKR PUB.CO. jgj"« C.V.iWk KV5-$4!« nrnrs DES MOINES, IOWA RICHES FOR FARMERS. Secretary Wilson Promises Continued Mississippi Valley Prosperity. Chicago, June 24.—A Washing-ton ^special to the Record-Herald says: Secretary of Agriculture Wilson lias 't some good news for the farmers oi the Mississippi Valley. As a result of a series of investigations which he ihas made the secretary is prepared to say that in his opinion the present high prices of beef and hogs will con tinue for several years. There may be and doubtless will be slight fluc tuations of prices upward or down ward, but the average is pretty sure to rule high. "We have now reached an era in •which the farmer of the Mississippi Valley is decidedly at the front," said Secretary Wilson. "Never before was he so jirosperous, and 1 am satisfied his prosperity is not ephemeral. In vestigations made under my direc tion show that the corn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 June 1901

1 |§P:- CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) "I don't suppose you have," said the scapegoat, very submissively, being so far "down on his luck" just now as to render him patient toward any indig nity, even when administered1 by a younger sister. So he took his scold ing with meekness, and made no open s'uow of resistance or disapproval, though in his inmost soul he resented the treatment hotly only he turned away from Mabel, and addressed him self once more to his first confessor. "Why don't you abuse me, Mildred?" he said. "Am I beyond even your cen sin'e, that you refuse to say .anything harsh to me? Have you given me up altogether? If you have, I know it is only what I deserve." Miss Trevanlon moved abruptly away from the side of the oaken win dow frame, against which she had been leaning, and went up to where he was standing, rather ^part. She laid ter hand upon his shoulder. "Poor old fellow!" she said, softly whereupon Eddie Trevanion, in spitie of his twenty years, fairly broke down, and ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 June 1901

rf 4 SHOT AND SHELL. Honor is not in honors.^ ^, Good morals make the best manners. A man must be greater than his fl^work. Bridling sin is like harnessing ser- The'church uiat uphold* the world pSf cannot uplift it. |l$ The devil never misses the church business meeting. Greatness is not in being lifted up but in growing up. The kingliest are those who are kin to the King of Kings. The wrath of God is like that of the sunlight with darkness or dirt If the Gospel is impracticable here then heaven is impossible there. Christ would not shield you from storm, but he can save you from wreck. They who live on public opinion will probably die of popular oporo brium. It is sad when we are not on good «nough terms with God to call Hiui Father. He who is crowned by his con science cares not if he is condemned by the crowd. He who resolves to be better, expect ing to fail, surely he shall not be dis appointed. The spendthrift who Is always spend ing upon himself is as selfish and mean aw the ...

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. — 28 June 1901

|i WMTJ $ E. 1 1 1 W. B. PORTER, President. W. L. TETLEY, J. FLYNN, Undertakers. •mnHafatp C!fCtlfTl«tJlfirpc SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether mu invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patt its. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive special notice, without cLarge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. largest dr. Terms, $3 a culation of any sclentlSn journal. year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Ci*™—»• New York Branch OOoe. 625 8L Washington. D. C. EXCURSION RATES TO WINTER RESORTS Via the North-Western Line. Excur sion tickets are sold daily, with favor able time limits, to numerous points in the West and South at reduced rates For tickets and full information, apply to agents Chicago & North-Western Rv wkW ff Low Rates ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 June 1901

tffcl *?v- sWt P SI SH •r 3 |4'U CJP1 mm THE DEAD Arrested ?$. at farmer Boys Wabash Wreck. *)EAD NUMBER FOURTEEN. ^rot.r Other* Are Fatally Hurt, Eleven Seriously and Thirty Slightly Injured —Heroism of ^oar Xairiboy Who Wm Peru, Ind., June 28.—Late reports sliow that fourteen persons killed, four others fatally hurt, eleven seriously fend thirty slightly injured, is the re «ult of the accident on the Wabash railway at a point nine miles west of this city. David Tucker and Ernest Zimmer man. farmer boys, were arrested at the «cene of the wreck, charged with rob bing the dead and injured of money and valuables. Two policemen were at the wreck, and but for their deter mined attitude the prisoners would have been roughly handled by an in dignant crowd. Perhaps the most heroic figure of the disaster was John F. Williamson, 'the 14-year-old newsboy. Both arms -fend legs were broken, and be was ter ribly bruised and crushed. When the -surgeons approached him and attempt ed to afford some...

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. — 28 June 1901

ITEMS of intehbst. man, came „0od vt the silver wedding of tie Prince Jd Princess of Wales an English foil wished to present an address, hut there was a grreat discussion as wording- for some time they 1,1 not a«ree at all. "Conscious as *U are of "our own imwortfiiiiess," ^•fls universally condemned but when some one proposed "Consoous as we of each other's un worthiness,* 'it was agreed to to a man. 1'rofessor Algrie B. Crook of the Northwestern university is a remark ',1 man changed was the 1 later and in several respects. He re- pntlv surprised a class of students i«. solemnly declaring: "I have never littered a profane word never have moked chewed tobacco, drank intox icants, 'nor hugged or kissed a wo Ijnan." Tlie professor is thirty-seven vears old. rj-he Rev. Dr. Edward Everett Hale said recentlv: "When I of on Ted was a young stud3ing for the ministry, 1 to the conclusion that it was a time for a man to retire from the pastorate of a church when he cot TO be 40. When 1 got ...

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. — 28 June 1901

Iowa State Bystander. •T BTITAMDU TUM. flv ," BK« MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. JUNE 28. BUXTON NEWS. A patriotic breeze has already began to blow as the Glorious Fourth draws near Buxton will not celebrate thi» year Our band will go to Bussy and a great many of our people will go witb it. Tbe new bouses are going up rapidly, Every day brings us people from tbe "old town." Ay! in a short time poor "Muohy" will be no more. Edwin Carter of the I. 9. CJ. is at home •pending his vacation with his parent*. The Buxton bail team wrote the Albia ball team (w bite) asking them a game ball, and what do you think? A reply came something like this: Albia. Iowa —Tour communication re. eeired, and will say we will not play against a colored team, any time you can bring us a white team will play you. Wishing your club sn.-cess we are yours J. L. POBTKK, cec'y. Now whatdo you think ot them? Albia our nexWloor neighbor they flood our (own with posters and hand bills, want ing us to come and buy, yes and the...

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

f"* f*K 4 :•%$*%& fe ft is .r i&v VOL. 8. I -rrm ISHHD BVBBT FRIDAY BY THE BYSTANDER PSmso COMPANY, FIFTH AND I^OCUST. PITB B50M 406 MARQUAKDTBLOCK. IOWA 'PHOSB 899. „..,rrtl, PAPBB OB THB AFRO-AMttHICAH PIIO ORRIOIA^^VN ASSOCIATION ov [JTUTHOMPSON, EDITOR. JTHTSHEPARP. MANAGER. send money by postcfflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWASTATB BYSTAN DER Publishing Company. ConnmiBioatlons must be written on one Bide 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 B. J. Shepard of Clive spent the 4tli at Knoxvllle. Mr. A. J. Vaughn Harding Ice Cream is always best and suits the people. Phones 647. ^tf V762 Ninth street. N J* Mr. I. M. Jqnes had a stand at Car bondale and served refreshments of all kind during the 4th. Prof. Geo. I. Holt in company with the Post Office band went to Polk City to furnish music for the 4th. Mr. and Mrs...

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. — 5 July 1901

i*i r$r |li psw. it HsSs wy.rti' I Ip ii 5 3 The Band Lied. ^Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Oo.) To sum.it all up, the volunteer may be divided into three distinct classes— those who follow the drum from a Bense of duty, heroes those in search Df glory, fools together with a few rascals and unfortunates, who for ttrictly personal reasons wish to hide. |The first two predominate, and while jixiany arguments may be brought for jVard to show they are not, judging jfrom motives alone, heroes or fools, a jtiot campaign soon proves the truth of Jthe assertion. A hot sun, ail empty stomach and a vivd view of death Is enough to convince any man. The 'third class has nothing to hope for, nothing to regret. The favored few reap fame, all reap hardship and ill health, while the life often generous ly provides an unmarked grave for the Juajority. Jim Doyle, private, always argued in •this fashion, and was rewarded with 'the title of "grumbler" for his pains |)ut after his lecture on the r...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 July 1901

ar. I7. Lor Vall«y as tit, nothij: k3 dot! Jy i- 8 w®r®fWwindfor I jS" Sri*«d living r0Wln» doubly granaJ whog|' carcei» al uij, sea ful thaa wher#' landjl on# stock 1 any. Thusv selling, ag'- lct of dia-4 fii ap. Vachell srowvj formance some youths ivervbody A woman, tinction in the kaiser not fered a famous handed on was on her predicament. her was too much looked at her laughed, as wait, but ier# ia uea ere un out. tp.. ed if the t8, est ry he ry, as afc-: 113 ge is ct 3 '-p' 'V v.j^ ., -f« ^.y!'"* STORIETTES. %i-r• Hare s®ys thflt the bisliop l: *«&u6^!+S. ltd the d«»n of Wind Lf Wincheste together down the one day. when .w SSe b„T struggling to [h«y. i»-H "Whv. you re not tall Leach a bell• w'WJ. let me ring F*?°hell foryou," said the bishop. So S'b%e/^ns^psi. tte 1,0 oft as hard as he could. mad* +lft series of debates between Xn the Tr)U_|as fitephen A. and Abraham occasion Doug- P,0.iMri»Bly referred .to the fait once saw Lincoln retailing that he onto saw^ Lincoln, Jttt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 July 1901

rtah If Jegs 180 VHf Old. There are some goldfish in Wa«b* ington which have belonged to th same family for the last fifty, years, and they seem no bigger and no lesi vivacious today than they did when they first came into the owner's pos session. A few of the fish in the Roya! lAquarium at St. Petersburg are knows to be 150 years old and the age of th sacred fish In some of the pond* at tached to the Buddhist temples ir China ig to be counted by centuries we are to believe the priests. Strawberry Vinegar. Put two quarts of strawberries intc a stone jar and pour over them on« Quart of good cider vinegar. Cover anc £tand aside for two days, thep drair off the liquid without mashing the ber ries, pour It over a quart of 'fresh fruit, and stand as before. Do this once more, the last time straining through a muslin bag. Now add one pound of sugar to every pint of this liquid. Boil slowly five minutes, skim. Jet stand fifteen minutes, bottle and seal. A Vary Novel Watch. In Zurich a very...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 July 1901

(recommends 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS &C. Anyone sending sketch xnd descrirtionnnay quickly ascertain onr-opinion free whether-an invention is prcrtmblj .patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for fiecuringjpatcnts. Patents taken through Muim Co. receive IPteial notice, withoutclarpo, la the Scientific American. A handsomely fllastncted weekly. J,nrcest tcir. eolation of any scientific journal. Terms, 3-a year four months, Sold by aU newsdealers. MUNN & Co.""-*"* Mew Yimfc Branch OOoa. 8t~Wa»blmrt on. Z. C. EXCURSION RATES TO WINTER RESORTS Via the North-Wee tern Line. Excur sion tickets are sold .daily, with favor able time limits, to numerous points in the West aud South at reduced rates For tickets and full information, apply to agents Chicago A North-Western Ry Are you going to entertain? If so .you will need invitations, call and see •our samples our prices are tfae lowest •Oregon, Washington and Idaho iisi...

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