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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 July 1901

IniJ ccr tdb life?-? 6w SSferia is Iowa State Bystander. IHy liVSTANDUH Pl'l •:':r DES MOINES. THE NEWS IN IOWA 8AGE ON CHOI'S. 'Director of Crop Service Says Crops Are In Fair!/ Good Condition. Des Moines, July 24.—Director J. H. Sage of the Iowa AVeather and Crop Service yesterday issued the follow ing weekly statement of the crop con ditions in this state: V, The week afforded no relief from Hhe excessive heat prevalent the pre ceding week and larger part of the f: month. The past two weeks have "broken all previous records of sus tained high temperatures for so long a period in this state. The mean at the central station has been 86 de grees, and the average of maximum temperatures above 100 for the four teen days. Numerous stations report 107 on 20th* and 21st, and one station 109 on the 21st. During1 several days brisk to high winds blew, but the hot winds have not been so high and de- Mtrurtive as in July, 1S94. Some mit igation of the torrid conditions was afforded by scatte...

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 July 1901

drug cheaper substitute peruna S. V-VA She Suffered for Years aad Pelt Her Case Was Hope* less—Cured by ,, gj •'.• Fe-ra-na. ., .•' 1 _______. Jl1 Mrs Judge McAllister write* fron* 1117 Weat 33rd St., Minneapolis, Minn., follows: •I suffered tor years with a pain i» iUe small of my back and right side, lit interfered express once often with my domestic ind social duties and never supposed [that I would be cured, as the doctor's medicine did not seem to help me any. I "Fortunately a member of our Order I Advised me to try Peruna and gave it iauch high praise that I decided to try [it. Although I started In with little faith, I felt so mush better in a week that I felt encouraged. "I took it faithfully for seven weeks and am happy indeed to be able to aay that I am entirely cured. Words fail to my gratitude. Perfect health more is the best thing stores. These remedies can be procured by the druggist much than Peruna. Peruna can only be obtained at a uniform price, and no druggist can ...

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 July 1901

O put S Ifco 1 bun I ithe BtOr wr( 1 wil bri I em Fa sci by inC: ap 1 inij asfl a®' coi A? «n CG| if ill &&& CEDAR RAPIDS BUDGETARIAN. Mrs. Addle Perkins left tost week for a villi to ber ptranti it Uioonb, III. Oeo. H. Wade retained Sands from *n extended trip throngb Illinoiiwd Mis aouri. Mrs. Ben. Per SODS left Thursday for Tisil In tlw» Sootb. The Masons gave laws social Tues day eveoieg st the residence of Mr. snd Mrs. C. K. Thomas. Miss Wilson of Missouri Is vislUng her eoasin J. Forester. The social given by tbe Trustees at their cfaareh left TnesJay night week was not ss well attended ss shosld have been. However nest sum wss realised. Mrs. A. Ford Is rehearsing the children for ooaoert. to be given in the foture, for the benefit of Rev. Bass. T. J. Sadler ts in camp with Company Cat Dnboqne. Ber. Ford preached at the A. ehnreh Snndsy evening. William Martin arrived in octr city Monday night for a visit to his best,— and now sbs is not at all disappointed. The tr...

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 July 1901

UW.' B. PORTER, President. W. L. TETLEY, 1 B. J. FLYNN, EVERYBODY (recommends tyour 1 1 !t|$jr Undertaker*. III* .H. The Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles. "I ham been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold mos all of the proprietary medicines of any note. Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Cham berlain'* Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles," says O. W. Wakefield, of Columbus, Ga., "This remedy cured two severe cases of eholera morbus in my family and I hare recommended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satisfac tion. It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form." For sale by all Druggists. KNOWS THAT MUNGBB'8 LAUIt DRY is the best in the city. Try them and be decided. Maine Office 211-215 NINTH St Branc Office 501 MULBERRY St. PHONE 679. TO 'FORE. AFTER, Recognizing the fact that there are many SO-CALLED hair-growers and hair-straighteners now on the market, and ...

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

ft iJ f- CHAPTER XI. Lady Eagleton rejoiced exceedingly •at Roy's departure, while Mabel mourned, and Mildred with her mother expressed trust sympathy. But, as there comes to every grief some grain of comfort, so the third morning there came to Mabel a letter directed In an unknown handwriting, which she took with falsely assumed indifference that tallied but badly with her brightened eyes, and carried away to her own room, there to read and re-read it. Her grand-aunt, who seldom came down to breakfast, and who on this particular occasion had been prompted by somem evil genius so to do, had witnessed the arrival of the post-bag, the distribution of the letters, and .Mabel's conscious smile and blush as she received tiers. As her ladyship never forgot an injury—always making It a point to repay it, if possible four fold—and as the late skirmish in the •drawing-room was still fresh in her xnind, she felt this was an opportunity Hot to be neglected, so she spoke as follows: "I did not ...

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. — 26 July 1901

I IPC. 0 I .i STORIETTES. IP New York, tho other day, a newsboy stood in City Hall Park wlitli a bundle of newspapers in his arms, but he made no sound. Instead of greeting those who passed him with a shrill "Wextry, last 'dition, all about the murder!" he saluted gravely and coin ted to his papers. People stored £nd wondered, then turned around and bought a paper. "The poor boy is deaf and dumb," said & wjoman, as she gave him a nickel and took an "extra." The boy was coining money, when one of his friends happened to come along. He nearly fell in a fit •when he observed the grave salute and the silent tongue. "Say, Jakoy, •w'at's you givin' us?" he began but the other boy did not notice, so ho yelled out: "Come out of it, Jakey, or I'll tell the cops and he'll pull vou in for runnin' a fake game." ••Oli, h—1!" said the one who had been lately deaf and dumb "I had a cinch on that keepin' quiet game, an* now you've 8#r, I vice! spoiled it!" In 1896, ex-Lieutenant-Governor f)avid...

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

•a Iowa State Bystander. «r •mAKDBi rink a .SV 'na MOINES, vnv •".•• At the thirty-eighth annual com mencement exercises at Wilberforce University, thirty six young men and women received diplomas from the University and thirty-six received certificates from the Industrial and Commercial courses. The orations delivered by the members of the graduating class were exceptionally creditable' and compare favorably with simular efforts of Wilberforce graduates in the past. Vice President Roosevelt is" a friend to the Negro race. Recently lie appointed a Negro named Pinck ney, who was his polite messenger when Governor of New York, mes senger in the Senate. He was told that he had violated Senate prece- dent by appointing a Negro, and that he had better reconsider it. Roosevelt smiled, which showed that he was not to be frightened, and said firmly: "Pinokney is ap pointed." IOWA. FRIDAY. JULY 3«. RACE ECHOES. Professor Inman I. P*ge has been elected president of Lincoln Insti tute, Jeffers...

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. — 26 July 1901

iV ^VWr :,• ri»?A Jv- st*, «u «'V- Iowa State Bystander# SV ITITiKDIB rem. ©•. MS MOINES, ftr#»' r* tr Vice President Roosevelt is1 a friend to the Negro race. Recently he appointed a Negro named Pinck uey, who was his polite messenger when Governor of New York, mes senger in the Senate. He was told that he had violated Senate prece dent «by appointing a Negro, and that he had better reconsider it. Roosevelt smiled, which showed that he was not to be frightened, and said firmly: "Pinokney is ap pointed. IOWA. FRIDAY. JULY 20. RACE ECHOES. Professor Inman I. Page has been elected president of Lincoln Insti tute, Jefferson City, Mo., and his salary has been fixed at $2,000 per annum. Two of the native African gradu ates of Wilberforce University will return to Africa next month. Mr. Henry Colbourne Msikinya and Miss Charlotte Makhomo Manye, both from South Africa, intend to carry with them the spirit of Wilberforce, and will not only engage in active teaching, but will offer missionar...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 July 1901

jf-Tm A iffr" fr" "5 I.,' Left .mx Br' 1 ,1© ~V7.Vr-: •JV1 te» fi u-.m Iowa State Bystander# IT BTITiVDn Vice President Roosevelt is* a friend to the Negro race. Recently ke appointed a Negro named Pinck ney, who was his polite messenger when Governor of New York, mes senger in the Senate. He was told that he had violated Senate prece dent «by appointing a Negro, and that he had better reconsider it. Roosevelt smiled, which showed that he was not to be frightened, asd said firmly: "Pinekney is ap pointed. 1 J^'' J.:V I.-:." f.S? TVW. MOINES, C» %J in jtfi, .JglOWA. FRIDAY. JULY 36. RACE ECHOES. .j ^,: ^r*p\!5vV.J.M s-':j Professor Inman I. Page has been elected president of Lincoln Insti tute, Jefferson City, Mo., and salary has been fixed at $2,000 per annum. Two of the native African gradu *tes of Wilberfo rce University will C*,- return to Africa next month. Mr. •fc, Henry Colbourne Msikinya and Miss 4 Charlotte Makhomo Manye, both .. from South Africa, intend to carry with them ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 August 1901

VOL. 8. im suit mimii PVBLXSEWD KVKBT TRIDAV BY THE BTBTANDKR PUBUSHIHO COMPANY, FIFTH AMD LOCUST. BOOM 40ft MAKQUA.KDT BLIOOK. IOWA 'PHONE 888. |YTnfiT.PAPBB OF THK AFBO-AMKRICAW PHO TECTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPBB OP THK MOST WOK3H1PFEL UNITED GRAND LODGE OP IOWAJ. P. & A. M. TKRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. On® year.. Bixm Three mouths.. All mibscBfption payable in advance, J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. j. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by poetcfflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN DSB Publishing Company. ConramnicaUons must be written on one Bide of the paper only and be ot 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 Miss Mable Morton is on the sick list Mrs B. the same. Rev. Bates returned Fellows convention at ports a good time. .11.50 au J. Mitchell remains about Geo. I. Holt has moved Tenth street. to 763 West Mr. Fred McKee has been qui...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 August 1901

J. VOL 8. PDBUSBID KVKBY FRIDAY BY THE BYBTANDXR FCBUSHINO COMPANY, FII"TH BOOM 406 THI Mr. Fred McKee has been quite sick but is some better now. Mr. C. Foster of Keokuk arrived in our city to stay Indefinitely Mrs. L. J. Phillips is mproving nice ty. She hopes to be able to attend church Sunday, Mr. Win. London made an over Sun day visit with hifi wife in Muchakinock returning' Monday. H. Mixon, Jeweler, No. 312 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs organs, Mrs. McClinton had a severe attack df„ the, ^pe^icllto Iwt It better at this writing. Rev. Bates returned from the Odd Fellows convention at Albia and re ports a good time. There will be a large Cummins dele gation from Polk county go to Cedar Rapids Tuesday. Mrs A. M. Rivers has been visiting rleatives and friends in Chicago the past two weeks. Mrs. Mary Bowmer and daughter, Ethel, went to Mt. Pleasant last Satur day to visit relatives for a month. Harding Ice Cream is always best and suits the people. Phones 647. tf 76...

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

One X\ 1 VOL. 8. lOffA STATE BYSTANDER. pitbusbsd XVKBT 0 tuiday BY THR BYSTANDER WTBUUSTSO COMPANY, TLFTB AMD LOCUST. BOOM 405 MAMQVAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONK 8W. :.„rr.T, PAPER or TUB Arao-AMBRICA* PBO- TBOTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. CT^R7R7 PAPBB or PHITgn THK MOST WOKSHIPFOL OBA8D LODGK OF IOWA, A. I. A A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. year......... Six »nths_ Three moutns.. All subscription payable In advance. J. THOMPSON. EDITOR. j. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by postcfllce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STAT* BYSTAN dkb Publishing Company. Coaraxnatcatlons must the same. "i Mrs. L. J. Phillips is mproving1 nice Iy. She hopes to be able to attend chnreh Sunday, Mr. WE London made an over Sun day visit with his wife in Muchakinock returning Monday. H. Mixon, Jeweler, No. 312 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs organs, ^mtmM••MMMM Mrs. McClinton had a severe attack of. the appendicitis better at this writing. ,f,. "SBev. Bates returned Fellows convention a...

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. — 2 August 1901

8M- $ fr] kl tf jr l:~ Hi I •fl ii- $ fe. 1 1 1 i, 1 1 1 1 1 i,i Iowa State Bystander PES MOINES, r&v .JJ fc?.V CO. vi^ By MVSTA'DER PU« IOWA 'NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL «f ,'Des Moines, August 2, 1901. The first filings in the noted mtir-* der case of the state of Iowa vs. Mar garet Hossack of Warren county have •been made in the supreme eourt. A certified copy of the indictment., the 'record entries, the motion to set aside verdict, grant a new trial and for arrest of judgment and an amend" ment thereto have been made mat ters of record, No abstracts or argu ments have yet been filed in the ap peal. The case promises to be one of the most interesting: of the ap proaching- October term. The attor neys for the defense, Henderson and Berry and W. F. Powell, are said to be thoroughly convinced of the inno cence of the defendant, Mrs. Mar garet Ilossuek, now in prison at Ann* mosii. and they are prepared to make a desperate legal fight in her behalf. Attorney General Mullan will be dra...

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. — 2 August 1901

*t* •& iT*** Mildred CHAPTER XII. This terrible announcement she ut tered as though it could not fail to strike despair and remorsa Into tho hearts of her hearers and, indeed, in Lady Caroline's breast it awoke min gled feelings of joy and terror, though in those of Mildred and Mabel the joy reigned supreme. Lady Caroline attempted a faint re monstrance, but was sternly silenced and on Wednesday, two days earlier than that on which she had originally decided. the old lady, bag and bag rage, swept out of King's Abbott, very much to the relief of those she left be'nind. \nd now came the most trying time in all poor Mildred's life. During all of the past weeks that she had been Buffering violenc6 at the hands of her relatives, constant! Abbott, Lord Lyndon had become a untiring visitor at King's taking no rebdffs, nor open slights, nor petulant actions to heart, but, as might a faithful animal, attend ing' all the mOT0 JSre'Oan assiduously to her wants who was his acknowledged mis ...

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. — 2 August 1901

1 I v-J-H 1 If ,-i 5 u\ ft & 1 CAMPAIGN EXPENSES. tk Iktwul OwilMl* ttM BMfiMt Oatlay to jtw th* 01om The most expensive work of a tional campaign Is done during the lut three week® before the election. Every doubtful state and city is closely watched by men prompt to discover every change in the political tide, and money is transmitted in large sums to the localities In which It is believed It will produce the best results. A few days before the election in 1888 West Virginia i-eeelved 144.000 from the democratic national committee and the Republicans sent $50,000 to the same state. About the same time the Demo crats sent $100,000 into Indiana and three nights before the election Chair man Quay of the Republican national committee sent $300,000 from New York to trusted lieutenants in Fori Wayne. lad. A fortnight before the election in 1896 the Republicans be came doubtful about Iowa, says World'* Work. Chairman Hanna at once re solved upon a personal canvas of every doubtful vo...

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. — 2 August 1901

a ther e-. 1 VV. B. PORTER, Preside^, W. L. TETLEY, B. J. FLYNN, {several 1 1 •i& Undertakers. :W5gfc -:1" Excursion Rates to the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, N. Y. via the North-Western Line, will be placed in effect May 1st, and on Tues days especially low-rate tickets will be sola with favorable return limits. Di rect connection at Chicago, with fast trains of all lines to Buffalo. For fur­ particulars, apply to agents. An illustrated booklet will be mailed on receipt of two cents postage by W. B. Kniskern, General Passenger and Tick et Agent, Chicago. fgrWe want yon to subscribe for the IOWA. STATE BYSTANDER.-^^ EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MCNOBE'S LAldS DRY is the best in the city. Try tbciu sad be decided. Maine Office 211-215 NINTH St Branc Office 504 MULBERRY St. PBON6 579. The World1s Wonder Indian Pile Cure! Sure cure for piles. Others have been cured, why not you? I have had remarkable success in effecting pile cures, guarantee from 1 tb 3 boxes to cure any ca*e of pile...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 August 1901

1 SRrTj,»- *$1 f!l 5 .3 1 ill ''M •$0 &• r- W&i Steel Workers Notified That Satur day's Offer Must Stand. '4HEW MOVES NOW FOR PEACE. flnub of L«H*r Combines Will Be Asked to A|TM to Another Confer one* with the Men—Urging Garland to be Pwo*m»ken Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 2.—The Amal gamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers' national executive board has received a negative reply from J. P. Morgan in answer to the proposi tion that Ave additional plants be al lowed the union. The refusal was not •unexpected. Mr. Morgan said he stood •upon his proposition, made to Presi dent Shaffer and Secretary Williams •In New York on Saturday, that the tin -plate, sheet, and hoop companies 'rwould sign the amalgamated scale for the mills that were union on July 1. "This did not include Clarke's, Paint er's, and Lindsay & McCntcheon's mills in Pittsburg and the plants at "Wellsville and McKeesport. Failing to ^get.any concession from Mr. Morgan, -the amalgamated officials are now tr...

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. — 2 August 1901

ggVOND THE HEAT BELT. itr*ei« anil Mountain Sports Wb° Escar® tbe his bursnit of Iheso toward :ore su?lln* Heat' n„t beyond the plains of Kansas, "re the snow capped peaks raise Er heads, in Colorado, is the Mecca sweltering residents of the Hot Relt There has not been such a sea Ln of torridlty for more than a third E a century, and it is beginning to Li upon the powers of the people. Lei,- minds are less active, and their Codies are tired, and their systems de bilitated. The best remedy is close ac quaintance with nature, fair, and lobed in cool greens, and swept by in- [jjrorating breezes and fortunately [he opportunities are at hand and may taken advantage of by everybody. We Missouri Pacific Railway with its Lystem resembling a net work of lines In tbe great southwest, runs fine trains bf palatial cars by a direct and agree able route to Pueblo, and there con Sections are mado with America's host popular scenic route, the Denver fend Rio Grande Railway, in whose bars the pullic...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 August 1901

fh a1 c,f4 V4 I Iowa State Bystander. MM BTOTAMDEB M* ttl MOINES, tr- 1& Two of the native African gradu ates of VVilberforce University will return to Africa next month. Mr. Henry Colbourne Msikinya and Miss Charlotte Makhomo Manye, both from South Africa, intend to carry with them the spirit of VVilberforce, and will not only engage in active leaching, but will offer missionary services as well. 1 At the thirty-eighth annual com mencement exercises at Wilberforce University, thirty six young men and women received diplomas from the University and thirty-six received certificates from the Industrial and Commercial courses. The orations delivered by the members of the graduating class were exceptionally creditable' and compare favorably with simular efforts of Wilberforce graduates in the past. Afro-American Progress. In an interview recently with the New York Tribune, Congressman Livingston, of Georgia, said: "I think the people of Georgia are against any disfranchisement amend...

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. — 9 August 1901

I&*» &? SV**1' VOL. 8. vMk 1 IV w" IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. nittr—' *V*aT FRIDAY BT THE BTBTANDM rtMJSSMQ OOMPAHY, FirTH AMD UK3BOT. IM01I 406MABQ0ABDTBUXX. IOWA 'PBOB* 88#. 1 m.xr. PAW OF TWS AFBO-AlfBIOAW PHO *rKa\mottwn ABBOCIATIOH OF IOWA. PAPBB OF TBB MOST WOBBHIPFUL UjnnSD ORAHD IXDG* OF IOWA, A. F. A A. M. TBBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OB»y*\ BMNfttDB. Hurt mouth" ....TLJSO 76 .... .50 All eeiwe**on payable In adran«e. j, L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. j. K. SHEPARD. MANAGER. geoA nvoMyby poatcflloe order, money order, or draft, to the IOWA. STATS BYSTAN pn PoUtshlng Company. pyj—iMtiiM mast be written on one side of tie paper only and be of Interest to the pub ic. "Brarlty is ttie soul of wit," remember We wAU not return rejected manuscript, un less accompanied by postage stomps. CITY NEWS ft. N. Hyde was royally entertained by his cousin. Grandma Bell had a paralytie stroke last week and is yet quite sick. Ohas Harding is speeding the sum mer at Mackinaok Island, Mich. Pk Where are you...

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