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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 August 1901

*f- '^*ft'A^«W*W^ :i o"S? *3^x-r, rtt*V %"*tr 4 *}. •V, $*• It W wi •VANS N»W«, Fifty 4oH bt» worth ei repairs hare Aval on the Golllee Baptist ehuree. The Itbor vh done by volunteers. The toast estimated eoet or the reptdrs lneiud teg th« labor done by Iriends Is all of whleh to P»W 980 HP The Willis home has been nicely re paired! Deacon Barbers boase is the center of attraction on tbe EastSide of the town having taken on new color and many other repairs, Rev. Tate has been eleeted manager of (he College boarding ball of Pella. Mr. James Reeves,bad and accident at the mines by fall of slate. Mrs. James' cousin has arrived. davenport. (Special to the Mrs. 8. J. Wagner and Mrs, Wm] Weathers left Friday on the boat for Keokuk to attend the Missouri association Mrs, Hart is on the sick list again. ALBIA NOT BR. Miss Mable Parker has retarned from her trip to Omaha, where she has been visiting several weeks. The Daughters of Tabor gave a pionio in ?erry Grove Saturday. Qaite a tew atte...

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. — 23 August 1901

PORIOAIT OP FASHIONS. A flchu effect of Buaborg la pretty a waah frock. Imwu collars with colored bordera the lateat fad. Very long walated eftacta are now the fashion for amall children. Black grenadines, both plain and fig ared, are offered in great varieties A popular style of trimming for the and I'""'.street everyday hat la the draped «ailk scarf. Gainsborough and Duchess of Da ronshire hats appear among the hlgh VJ priced millinery. Rich, dull black is exceedingly be coming to golden-haired, fair-com plexioned women. Embroidered pongeea appear beauti ful in the excellence of their fiber and needleworked design. Costly netted fringes add greatly to the grace of the sweeping, clinging gowns of soft fabrics. Long, unlined sleeves are again the mode of evening gowns. They are made long over the hands. Entire gowns of crape for either the street or the house are exceedingly handsome, and always becoming. plaited and flounced skirts will be worn the entire summer season for morning,...

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. — 23 August 1901

F^OTifl Mi? f^4 'IE st sl j.t b, I Wm'v A E'y-' T,A 4Board of Arbitrators and Trust Representatives to End War.|g| "THEY WILL SEE J. P. MORGAN. v" W' •4H*t*tmrr Tlghe Think* South Chicago Mill Men Will Go Oat Brfor* Knd of Week President Shaffer's Views— 'Other Developments, ,' *, i" "imimuli P»- Aug. 23.—Offlcere of -the Amalgamated association seemed I to have settled down to a purpose. They say that they will wait for the trust to make overtures for peace. This -wait, according to eome, will be quite .* long one. Others express the belief that it will be shorter than most per sons expect John Bindley, president of the Pitts Tburg Chamber of Commerce Joseph Bishop, secretary of the Ohio Board -of Arbitration, and Frank Caldwell, «aid to be a representative of the steel ^combine, have gone to New York, how ever, to try to mediate the differences letween the steel workers and the "Xlnitcd States Steel corporation. Pres ident Shaffer says he invites peace, and is prepared to accept a...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 August 1901

ll^^ druKBists 75c. je LIQUID and LEONARD'S Hamburg lorn Remover Wftayoar biiTree, postpaid, which 'ill remove every corn you have, matter where It is, how lengyou jtte bad It or how torturing it is. Bitort) are dangerous paste#, salves Wplaaters are worthless. 8end25c. Own, Pmialeaa, Certain mod GUARANTEED. 1 r. ', Su'liiJ^a tiw imriuM »WA & per will be pleased to dreaded disease to cure in all its i^eJtw i« Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh ?v„0nlv positive cure now known to the Jwiternliy- Catarrh being a oonstitu M. y^i.ilBa a constitutional treat ^ldw^a'CtttarrhCure Is taken internally, w«t upon the blood and mucous sur ^fdlreetiy thereby destroying the ees, the disease, and glvln* tho patient Ration of th0 constitutlon ^enf5t» nature in doing its work. The pro W^'l^havo so much faith in its curative k*6tor8(^ot tbev offer One Hundred Dollars for JgStftatHlTailsto cure. Send for list of plllii are the I siicar-coated compliment is often '±1 to swallow. (Ame come men are made by circu...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 August 1901

,.:v.«ick b- tv •r BYSTANOKB FBH. CO. DES MOINES, -i Rev. Brown of Kansas preached a soul •tirrittf sermon last Sunday at tbo Second Baptist ohureh. .. Miss KUz& Brown is quite siolr. Mr. and Mrs. Horad passed through our city last Saturday earoute to their liome in Cleveland, O. Mr. and Mrs. Horad has been vinittnjf friends in Nebraska. Several of the Ottusawans are on the ftiek list this week. There was a grand time at the Turner's hall Wednesday night. The colored people did not turn out all bight. We hope that they will do the same again. Mrs. A. B. Caaady is up again, but is still very weak. Mrs. Franklin, hwo live in Highland Center, is up again and getting along nicely. Miss Carrie Spicer will be married to night, August 20. Samuel Weeks and Wm. Weeks de parted Monday for Des Moines. The Weeks brothers bad a good business here, and many friends will regret the loss of them. They will make Des Moines their future bome. We wish them good luck through tbeir lives. Last week....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 August 1901

IE BIS PCBU8HBD KVBRY FRIDAY BY THE BYBTARDKR TOBIOSBWQ OOMPAMY, FIFTH AMD LOCUST. BOOM 405 MAHQUAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PBONB 809. O unCIAb PAP*K or THE AFRO-AMKHICA* I'llO TBOT1VK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OrrlCIAL PAPBB OF THE MOST WOBSTIIPFOL. Vinos* GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TBBMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. »lx months -j— Tbrt* montiu A* sulMKsf)pMoa payable in advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER. gT-~» mooagr by fXMtcfllce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN IMU pnUMiliig Company, CMinBntilmrtlim- must be written on one side of the paper ic. "Brevity ta the soul of wit," remember We will not return rejected manuscript, un less seoompfcUied by postage stamps. "CITY NEWS Mr. Jackson of Osceola is a fair visi tor. Mr. Geo. H. Mason has returned to our city. Claude Weeks of Ottumwa is.visiting his cousin Rollen Weeks, Mrs, Bird and daughter of Knoxville aile state fair visitors. There was a card party given at the home of Mr. Edwar...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 August 1901

r-iien CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) "Why do you not reproach me?" she •!rit*^ passionately. "Abuse me, speak harshly to me—do anything but act toward me as you are doing your kindness is killing me. Not all the epithets you could heap upon me •would punish me sufficiently for all I have made you suffer. Have you for gotten that I actually thrust -myself upon you—that it was I who offered myself to you that fatal night, not you who asked for m®? Why do you not taunt me with all this? Have I to put these cruel thoughts into your head, or is it that you are too noble •to use them against a woman? If you would only be unkind to me, I think I should not feel quite so wretched." Lyndon smiled, though rather sadly. '•I am afraid you will have to go on being wretched forever if you are waiting for me to be unkind to you," he said. "Do you know, strange as it may seem all the displeasure I felt in my heart against you has somehow disappeared, leaving only love and forgiveness in its place. I a...

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. — 30 August 1901

our 0 0 NOTES on science current notes of discovery AND INVENTION. World's Best Timber for Use in Ships—Nature'* Clay Images—Rubber and Gutta-rercUa—Cold W lutein, Hot jnmxuert. rfJlE VOBtD'H BEST SHir TIMBER. Some of the most useful products of planet are confined to small areas its surface, situated at a great dis tance from the main qenters of popu lation and industry. India-rubber Is ne of these, and according to a report from Consul-General King at Bang kok, teak, the most valuable ship tim ber in existence, is another. Exten ive teak forests, he says, are restrict ed to Burma, Siam and Cochin-China. There are only three ports in the world from which teak is exported: Bangoon, Moulmein and Bangkok. It js a beautiful dark-colored wood, tak ing a high finish, and its value in ship building depends upon its strength, its durability, its resistance to both mois ture and drouth, its non-liability to be attacked by boring insects, its light ness in the water, and its resistance to th...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 August 1901

KUl BUHLINGTON SAYINGS. Bliss Lewis left for her home La llo., Fiidty nigbt after a short with rieod« and relatives. The excursion given on the St. Naolilos 4HHf barg* Thursday night proved to be 4PM of tbe graodest events of the season. QatiCo a number of people from this city attended (he tonrbee^e in Fort Madison aiondaj. Hrt. Maiy Gillam is in IbeSt. Francis HkMpitat tHjffcriDg' trout a*stroke of para lysis.... CK1AH RAPIDS BUDGETARLAJf. ILoist Suod*y was quarterly meeting at lie A. M. E. church, the meetings were a§t very well attended. Mesdsmes jTaaai tt»bin«on and Clara Price united with the church. Rev Lucas ol Grinned preached forts Sends.? morning and Rev. Ford at the e«eniog services. Mrs. E. W. Roper arrived in the city I ast week to visit with her parents Mr. and Mr*. (J. Thomas. Mss. Freak Morgan arrived home last meet after a three months visit In Toledo, witfc ber mster Mrs. T. -A. Green. Mr. and Mr?. Frank Lowry of Indn ntla are visiting the former's parents on &...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 August 1901

I i^rv.'.viyv Mrs. B. J. HOCKINQ ITEMS^f ^f4** Kev. H- Wreen our pastor was In vlted by K«v- Searcy of Albia U» assist t.im in hi* fal!y, wo hope tbogood people Jf Albia Miccess. Mrs. Virgio Barns president of the U. and F. Alissioo will go to Jwnna as a delegate t«» represent their c'rcle. Mies Icy Hrint and Kobt. Stone were -qtiitiy married last weef, much success to tii-M Rt,v #0on 1). J. Tat* of Evans was in the (0*-n ftud was the guest of Mrs Burns Mrs. Ad die Harvey i9 on the sick list? liev. C. H. Green will return home from St. Louis where she has heen visiting I fiends and relatives. The wedding bells will ring again soon. llev. C. li. tJreen has been callcd as *nstor of this church. He has not yet de cided where he will go he has two offers ni Missouri bit he says he likes Iowa llic bust. Mrs. Com Franklin was in the city. NEWS FROM BUXTON. The Buxton A. M. E. choir attended Hie ti ustees rally at Albia Sucday. The choir under the direction ol John T. Washington rendered s...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 August 1901

Vi' Iowa State Bystandcx refM mSTANDKB PUB. CC. DKs MOINES, IOWA. IHOTES FROM THE CAPITAL '5T if' De« Moines. August 29, 1901. Tlie Hawkeye Insurance company has commenced suit against, the board of review demanding that the assess ment against it be cancelled on the grounds that when it was made there was 110 law for it, and further, that the liabilities of the company were not taken into consideration by the assessor as an offset against the property. Acording to the petition the company was assessed at $119,000. The company claims that this prop erty is offset by liabilities, and that it has already paid to the state a sum amounting- to 1 per cent of all the premiums that it had received during the past year. The statute which de clares that all property belonging to insurance companies shall be assessed after the liabilities of various kinds (including policy risks) are deducted, is cited as a reason that the assess ment is illegal. It is declared that in asmuch as an amount suf...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 August 1901

rrl MGH-8IMDE HAIR SWITCHES Fin* quality ol Hawaii hair, ordinary color* at about ona-halt regular prices. A 29-lneh Switch, short item, tor «1.S0, po«fc iktt. Send »»mpl» lock of hair. W» FREE A MI'BIn tt Tr»itlnw»« of Dr. O. V- Phrlns Brown's Greet Remedy for Fit' Epileosvtnd all Nenrous Disuses. Address ®. I'ltKl.M BKOWS. #8 Broadway, Kawbufk, M.X. fount St. Joseph College and Academy, DUBUQUE, IOWA. MMICINAl others, a a CoTiBlBtlnir of illilAllVd of hair, when CM much It perfectly. If upon exsmlnatlos Switch nnsMUfftCtory, return II to us by I mall in five day*, and money will be refunded, Iawo all klaoa ei WIS'r£ Bangi, Wares, Frlus* 6ROS8 A CO* Hair Bazaar 90EVaadStf. guile 10I CtUca«v. IU ',,ny accredited to tho CnlTMilty of [ovv m»l oondiictad j, i: by Slaters of Charity, ti. Kxcellant facilities offered for h« Education of Ioaag Women and Chil­ dren. Conservatory of Alusle aad Ark on turopean pl*tt. 0 One roll* from Dubuque Cltr. Direct rail' ronJ connections with lea 1 In?...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 August 1901

I Hk*. i'S:, 111 1 plowa State Bystander, Ph Bjr BYSTAXDEK ITtt CO. DES MOINES, •m l. FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. (f* AJLBLA .NOTES. Mrs M. Tr Ward is visiting wilh her daughter, Mr* E. Tkom** of Un, Maggie Gordon of Hilton spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. Bo man. Mr. Earl Bo man returned torn his visit with his grandparent in Denver this week. MUSCATINE NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Black of Wash ington, la., were the guests of Bev. and Mrs. Gordon last week. Mrs. Webb of Davenport is vuiting Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Peter Toniley entertained at a six o'clock dinner Rev. and Mrs. Gord on, Mr. and Mrs. N. Black, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis last Friday. Miss Nora Taylor of Galatin, Mo., arrived in the city last week to assist in the care of her uncle Joseph Carr. Mr. Nelson Carr is quite sick at his home in Butterville. Miss Emma Boyd arrived home after on extended visit to Cedar Rapids. Her many friends are pleased to see her return. Bliss Gertrude Lee cave a trolley party Monday evening for her friend...

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. — 6 September 1901

jMsBcWGw "*K I at fc:- IS' •&'- Sr & «s !W PAW Of One year--• ^ix mnths YUrremoatfas Lady desires position in office, just completed stenographic course would leave town. Inquire of the BIITAKDM Master Branum Hyde after a visit of several weeks in Missouri with his ancle and eousins, returned home Tuesday. Miss Mary Porter and Mrs. B. S. 8mith, sisters of Mrs. Warricks, came np from Kansas City on the excursion Sunday. Miss Mary Bell entertained a few friends at dinner Friday, in honor of Miss Samantha McKee of Adel and Miss Bertha Thomason of Leon. Mr. Wm. Rusaleft Monday for Clar inda, where he has secured employ ment. He expects to move his family there soon if he likes the plaee. The literary and musie.al program to be given next Tuesday evening, by the A. M. £. Sunday School, will be well attended. Everyone are buying tickets Miss Jflossey Wright after visiting ten days with her brother H. R. Wright, and wife, returned to her home in Marshalltown Monday. The publie scho...

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. — 6 September 1901

(,s' II & Cj\ :H®lt liv v^FV** Iowa State Bystander* UV DlliTtXDEB rem. c(j. DE^ MOINES, IOTTA. "SNOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Mppp Pes Moines. Sept. 6. 190U .... ... A complete survey of a line of roaa si :5.^rom one point on the Great Western near Des Koines to a point on the roads recently purchased, Mason City nod Fort Dodge division near Lehigh, Mill be made during' the-/all and win ter months. A line will be located nnd it is the intention to build it next season and to have it in operation about the same time the company's new lines to Sioux City and Omaha will be completed. This decision on *.«e part of the Great \Vestern will jBTive JDes Moines another St. Panl route will open a new territory along- the Des Moines river not now reached by a direct Des Moines line, and will also afford a new state line as well as a third route through an almost entirely new territory to Sioux City. While the new connec tions will undoubtedly result in great benefits to the brick, coal, jobbing...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 6 September 1901

ln shafTer Moots Schwab's Pla^ With .. a Rebuff. S. 1 (Vf riNAL presented Lff on to Shaffer to call the strike terms which would have per mitted him to capitulate without hu miliation either to himself or to the organization which he heads came from a conference held between -•harlcs M. Schwab, president of the [jnited States Steel corporation and Ihe subsidiary companies, and a com flittee of the board of conciliation of jthe National noon Civic federation. From until nearly 7 o'clock tonight the [conference was in session. It was learned afterward from an official Durce that Mr. Schwab ultimately re sponded to the appeals of the concilia tion committee and named the condi tions upon which he would be willing to terminate the strike. In effect, Mr. Schwab said that the only terms he vould consider were that all mills, .vhether union or non-union, which had continued in operation, or, after eing closed in the earlier stages of jthe strike, had been put in operation {since, should be...

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. — 6 September 1901

^v'iV W: W: :fe Mi M-.f* f!' ®ffe: 5 if-'" SHOT AND SHELL. Honor Is not tn bonom^* Good morals make the best nuineis A m«" must be greater than hi* work Sffltftft*'' Brtdlla^slfi Is liks harnessing ser pents. The church that upholds the world cannot uplift it. ., The devil never misses the cburcb business meeting. Greatness is-not in being lifted up but in growing up. The kinglieat 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. *^V V*-1 then heaven is impossible there. Christ would not shield you storm, but he can save you It is sad when we are not on good enough terms with God to call Hiin 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 foil, surely he shall not be dis appointed. The spendthrift who is always spend ing upon himself is as selfish and mean as the miser. The man who places *be highest...

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. — 6 September 1901

a. ,j! S' fs a. ls4 O ». E. 8. riy "•••r-a a. Low Rates to California and EVERYBODY SllliSII JUs THE BLACK MAN'S BURDEN, You know of Rudyard Kipling That wanted, the white man's burden borne_ I 'lraryanddu plicate him By taking up our own. We as a race of people With troubles of our own, Have always in America The white man's burded borne. Not since the days of slavery Have we le$ this burden fall. The white man does not share ij. Then we still bear it all. If we take up our burden We 'It let this other fall. Let's stick together and do it And the worlds will crown us all. They'll crown us with diplomas, Badges, medals, and honor all our own For we'll be a link among them, With burdens of our own. Our burden must be knowledge, Real estate and homes And nations will bear our burdens Where ever we may roam. If we struggle against our faults And conquer then is free, We do not need to halt For we are free indeed. LUTHBB H. S. BBOWJT, 1187 Seventh street. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Gr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 6 September 1901

i- 4.' 1 Irritably. a IF lfVl' vk 4 1 'i 1 1 il MM Mildred '#^01 "V. V" CHAPTER XIX—(Continued.) "Do, doctor," he implored, earnestly "I feel I shall never progress toward recovery so long as you compel me to Sv«/ remain in this room." Wk*'- "And where, may I ask, do yott '$}*' -"want to go?" demanded Dr. Stubber, v*-,* Hid patient during the past few weeks, H* ''. and could not bear to deny him any S" thing but what was Impossible. :fie "To the library," said Denzil "they can wheel the sofa up to the fire, and I promise you faithfully I will not try to walk. Give me your permission, -and then my mother and Lady Caro line can say nothing. I want to go -down to-morrow." "Well, well, we will see about it," -answered the doctor. This reply, Denzil knew, was equiv ..stent to a promise. And accordingly the following day saw him Installed in fitate in the library, with books and early spring flowers around him and -all the family at his beck and call. It so fell out that about three o'clo...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 6 September 1901

'iH-i linl'i^hlV Tha Horn* laundry. ^Thers ts no reason why the clothes cleaned at home cannot be Ironed up to the same standard of excellence that comes from sending them to the laun dry. AU that is necessary to attain the desired object is the purchase of a package of Defiance starch at any grocery. Use It once and you will un derstand why clothes ironed at the laundries have that mild, glossy ap pearance. All first-class laundries use Defiance starch. If there is no grocery in your neighborhood that keeps it they will send for it on request. Made bv the Magnetic Starch Co., Omaha, Neb. An injury forgiven is better than an injury avenged. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are as easy to use as soap. No muss or failures. 10c per package. Sold by druggists. It is within bounds to say that this country spends at least $15,000,000 a year on golf. Mrs. AVinsiow's Soothing Syrup. rnr children teething, softens the gums, reduces in Cumulation.allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle. A little prid...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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