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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 April 1896

Sp' 1K& pS*-. KAI.. fcife Si Jgoc A Iowa State Bystander. PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY BY THE BY* STANDKB PPBLISniKO COMPAJSY. CHARLES 8. RUFF, I kdltON THADDEU8 8. RUFF, Associate Editor. JOSEPH H. 8HEPARD, Manager FZICIAL PAI*EIt OF THE AFRO-AidKRICAJT PBOTBjOTIVK A88QOIATIOS Qf f6WA. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE MOST WOB BHIPJTUL UNITED OK AND LOXXHE OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TEBMS OF SUB8CBIPTIDH. One year $1.50 Six months Three months All subscriptions ppyab]§i advan^* Send money by postolHce order, monej order, express or draft, to THE IOWA STAM BYSTANDER Publishing Company. Communications ninst be written on one •lde of the paper only and be of interest to the publio. "Brevity is the soul of wifc," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage stamps. I3F" All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same. 6 -^•11 entertainments,- concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the r...

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. — 17 April 1896

IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING CO. DES MOINES, IOWA Dressmakers' bills will bo worn un usually large ami full this season. Cremation is fast becoming one ot the. burning questions of the day. The Spaniards have proved that even though they can't fight they are able to torture. Colonel Jolloy is a candidate for gov ernor of Kansas. He ought to be a happy man. It is about time for the special cor respondents in Cuba to bring off an other battle or hang a few spies. Soon we may be telephoning undey the sea. and then who knows but wo will hear what the wild waves are say ing. The fact that American iron bed steads are being shipped to Jerusalem ought to make our iron manufacturers rest easy. Nothing was lacking to the home coming of the Marlboroughs save tho presence of Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt and Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont. A Nebraska man has sued a telegraph company for $2,000 because a message was delayed so long it made, him misa his mother-in-law's funeral. Think of that. It...

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. — 17 April 1896

if THE JEWS IN IOWA CROP REPORT. Tho lJroutli Hiih llcon KfTcrtunlly l)r»l«-n In Iowa. \)KH JNIOI.NKS, April 1,1.—According1 to the crop bulletin. reports from all parts the state show that the drouth has been eiVVctuully broken, the measure ments of precipitation ranging- from one to four inelios. There is ample moisture in nil sections and in many localities the soil is thoroughly soaked. The bulk of the precipitation lias lieen Jiksorbed by the thirsty cai'tli. Farm work has been delayed and some seed ing1 of small grain remains to be done in nearly all districts. A fair start lias been made in plowing for corn. Farmers are pushing things on all lines with renewed confidence. (trass has made a vigorous start. In the districts where winter wheat is grown reports •arc generally more favorable. There are indications of an increased acreage of spring wheat, compared with last year, and a probable decrease in the acreage of oats. More than the usual nmount of grass seed is being sown....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 April 1896

mi, Syr' CITY NEWS FRIDAY, APK1L 17, 1896. Remember tli« "ltoy&l Siv" party. April 27, at tt®d Men's hall. The 11. H. S. K. 0. will nice! Thursday with Mrs. J. 11. Weeks at 703 Tenth. Mr, and Mrs. John Cartcnter are nicely located at 6iS Chestnut. Will Fine was a capital city visi tor Friday. He returned to New ton in the evening. Jason Green of Newton paid us a pleasant call Monday. Call again. Mr. G«orge Young ef Detroit arrived in the city Friday morning, lie will visit Mr. Alex and Miss Edith Birnev. E&it t-ido Baptist church will baptize several persons next Sunday at 3:80 p. m. at the white Baptist church, corner 7th and De» Moines street. There area large number of candidates for positious. But there seems to be noue who are engaged in saying untrue things about those who are seeking places. Hon. George Van llouten lectured for the bene tit of Eighth Church of Christ in the Y. M. C. A. A fair sized audience was present and the lecture was very good. "Oh, I am for you,...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 April 1896

Ser Iowa State Bystander. PUBLISHED EVERY FRID.IT BY THB BY 8TANDKR PUBLISHING COMPANY. CHARLES 8. RUFF, THADDEU8 S. RUFF, Editor. Associate Editor. JOSEPH H. 8HEPARO, Manager. OYTICIAL PAPER OR THE AFBO-AMERXCA* PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IJWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUB HOST WDB 8HIPFUI. UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TERMS OF 8UB8CRIPTIO*. One year 11.50 Bix months 75 Tbreo months B# All subscriptions payabl^i advanc* Send money by postofflce order, money order, express or draft, to THE IOWA STAI^I BYSTANDER Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written on one aide of the paper only and be of interest, to the publio. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected mauuscript unless adcompanied by postage stamps. All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same. AH entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charted, will be putilished nt the rate of 5 cents per line for each insertion. L...

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. — 24 April 1896

BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00, DM KOINES, IOWA I Tlio BtPaling of a Vanderbilt could pardly be classified as an instance oj Kleptomania. Could tho attempt to rifle Quay's deslf ibe construed into an effort to break Juto the cabinet? A woman is beginning to sot old when she has trouble in finding a spring hat that is becoming to her. The Cuban patriots possess no iron clad ships, but they possess an ironclad resolution that will prove more effec tive. As to the fire at Colon having "re duced it to a semicolon," will severa* aspiring correspondents please give ut pause? Bloomers of varied hues are noxl rapidly blooming, and it is believed th crop will be much more prolific than i| •was last season. A dime museum in Chicago wai thrown into consternation recently a big blaze. The fire-eating man wai the first to get out. The fact that Spain intends to senc 50,000 more soldiers to Cuba would in dieate that the fever has so far been mightier than the sword. The league for good roads should b...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 April 1896

Pi |r -W 0.S 4 Vi. ,A $ Kk •LASTS PROM RAM'S HORN. No gift offered by. lov« la cvor too •mal}. 'M tovt,h« devil and croep to- LittU troubles or* big troubles to little Thera 1b no eln that dies a harder death than pride. The loafer never blame« the right man for hla bad luck. To know Christ well, la t© become a magnet for him. The man who Is a slave to himself, baa a hard master, Our friends may leave us, but God will still be ver^ close. There ar^ too many peoplo who fcave more religion than lovo. Ojiportunities I-'or Gain. The greatest opportunity for specu lation 111 grain is during the growing reason, when the elements for ami against the growing crop aro measimyl with their changes. The experienced in the market un derstand this. Attention is called to the advertisement of \V. U. Singer & t'o., which appears in this issue with address, who are in direct touch with all exchanges a.nd thoroughly reliable. Our investigation convinces us they \m fulfill what they represent, Far...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 April 1896

CITY NEWS FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1896. Miss Maple Morton is quite sick at her liouie. 770 Teuth. Miss Mary Rurke i« sick at the home of Mrs. George Taylor. ). F. Kberhart was called to Red Oak to the bedside of his nick niothar. The clot hps pin social at the A. M. K. churoh whs well attended and enjoyed. Don't miss the "Royal Six" party Mon day «ven in r. April 27. It will be swell. rs. McDonald returned from Newton Monday. after several days visit with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. George Stanton and fam ilv are pltasautiy locatad at 1208 Pleasant *1 reel. The "Dipper Drill" at the East Sida Taptist church was a financial ard loeial auccesi. Itetn^ ot interest are crowded out this week bv their late anrival. They will oc i-ur next ii.sue. Mrs. Freedom McDonald entertained a number of her lady friends in lienor of Mrs. Alford Williams of Newton. A stood time was had ami an excellent lunch served. lien P. Wendell was arrested on the alleged charge of bigamy, it being claim ed that he has a wi...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 May 1896

I VOL 2 Iowa State Bystander. PUBLI8UKD KVEBY FKIDAT BY TDK BT BTANPKH PUULIBIUNO COMPANY. CHARLES 8. RUFF, Editor. THADDEU8 8. RUFF, Asaoolate Editor. UOSEPH H. 8HKPABD, Manager. OFriC'IAL PAPKli OF THE AFRO-AMEXTLCAM rnoTiscrivK ASSOCIATION QF X6WA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WOB- BHIPFUX UNITED QKAND LOD0B OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TEBMS OF SUB8CUIPTIOK. One year |1.50 Bix months 75 Three months All subscriptjons payable! adT&nc* Betid money by poutotllco order, money order, express or draft, to THB IOWA BTA^I BYSTANDER Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written on one •ide of the paper only and be of interest* to the public. "Brevity i« the goul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompauiod by postage stamps. All correspondence and communica tions mu«t be signed by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission foe is charged, will be published at the rnto of 5 cents per line for each inse...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 May 1896

BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING CO. DES MOINES, IOWA 'i'bc Maybrfck case lias now broken Into Congress. Ten prople acquire experience where one gains knowklgo. It is about time for some aspiring genius to announce that the peach crop is ruine-'. While a man is only partially respon sible for his looks, he is wholly so for his manners. There are no reports to the effct that old man Booth had any objection to American money, either paper, silver or gold. The eager candidate for office does not differ much from a small boy crawling into a circus tent. They both push the canvass. The main delight of politics to the ordinary mind is that it affords so oiany opportunities to get even wi somebody. "When Mr. Li Hung Chang comes to America it is to be hoped that he will be suitably impressed by the merits of steam laundries. Naturally there was great excitement^ In a Chicago hotel when a thief tried} to usurp the privileges of the landlord lud rob the guests. I After the Booth family is weary of f&a...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 May 1896

•Vrib "•$vV" Ift -"'T.v liW.. 1 foh-r- I) hi [i I OK A POTATO. through her lingers, dropped over the edge of the window sill and disap peared into space. It fell with a bang upon a gentleman who wns passiug benfetttli, itnrt made a deep dent in his tlegaiit silk hat-. it took hiiii but twd seconds to rcach the landing on the second floor wheli dooi' suddenly opened and a. person fush^d bitt in great hurfy and fell heavily into his arms. The two men eyed each other for a moment with angry and astonished looks, ready to abuse each other, when both simultaneously uttered an excla mation of surprise. "AnatBlet" "feHgSjH",. Ahatoie Baudrucbb and Edgaf Brlcli fetdh were two old college chiimsi. 'fliey had hot met since the day when they took their bachelor of arts degree to fepthhy Involve years before. In spite bf ihls .long. interval in their itlter courkc they found oii the occasion, df this sudden meeting that they had very little ready change of conversa tion. Edgar was the first to ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 May 1896

CITY NEWS #Sr- KKIHAY, MAY 1, 18.%. N. H. Jackson is improving slowly. lulille Murray a victim of the measles. Edwaril Moseiov is out on a business trip. Mis* North, sister of Thomas, is in the oiiy visiting. XottiiDK I'M "in Sleeves at KaM Side HuDtiBt cluitvh Tuesday evening. Robert (i. lngorsoll will be here Mat C». (io atul hear him. Mrs. llo\vai\l McCraven is sick al her home on Eleventh street. Mr. Kliza Hell i. viaiting her parents and relatives and friends at Corning. Oil to the Sleeve entertainment at Kast Side llaptist church Tuesday evening. $2.50 to the Biggest Sleeves at tho Siile Baptist church Tuesday, May 5. The rrami court will meet at Cedar Knpids. instead of Muclmkinock, June 9. lliitSleevj ntertmunfeul at Kast 9ids Tlap Tii-t church Tuesday. May r. Admission 15 tvnts. Miss Eflie Jackson, who has been at the hospital, is improving anil will soon lie out. Chester Johnson and William Garlaud leave Monday to join Pernaugh Bros. minstrel. Base ball has opened up in go...

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. — 8 May 1896

$" .^a ,,.Wr '•.ij 1 s-?r fer VOL 2 CVAKI^ll^LI.) Shirt waists—.May Dress skirts—May j- O N I I SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING IKc are showing this season the h:t ndsomest and most attractive line of suits lor men and voting men erer /jrono/if to this city and are selling them tit only one-hull the original mine. Men's nil wool suits in hlack and blue cheviot at only §h~RKG ULAR I 'AIAJtt colors, only $Q--RRG ULAR 1 'AI~UE goods ibr little nionev. Hosiery—] 1 $8 Men's all wool suits, handsomely made in Ugh We have neither space nor time to enum erate our many bargains, but will ask you to call and look for yourself. One price to all. MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED. HANSEN &MARKUSSEN 527 East Locust Street MOERSHELL & DUFFY, 621 WEST WALNUT. Our Grand May Sale Is On! Our Business Is Booming. Crowds of Eager Buyers—Everybody Happy—Seasonable^Dry Goods at Lower Prices than you have seen them in many a dav. Wash Silk at i:3r\ :»le and "Dc. Figured China Silks at -14c, worth up to £1.00 l...

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. — 8 May 1896

•S :o |f I IIi It IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING CO. DES MOINES, IOWA The. weak spot in a majority of man kind )s that ll'oy do not know how to thinls. One Di' tlir lionoiT. to bo covelod in the future will bp membership in the "Order of Sons of the Favorite Sons." At the Portland primaries recently a good many nun seem to have lost their heads, and, to make it more interesting, one lost his ear. Dr. I/evington wants $500,000 from the Fair estate. People have attout come to the conclusion that there was really no fair will. The classic precincts of Yassar col lege have been invaded by a thief, but so long as the mice keep away the popularity of the school is not likely to suffer. The Ohio legislature has passed an anti-lynching law. It makes the county which permits a lynching to take place within its borders liable for damages to the estate of the victim. Says a dispatch from Belgrade: "A erisis is imminent nobody uas a cent." It is evident that King Alexander would ...

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. — 8 May 1896

m' te- k- fc a -«ti|. i'- A ,W 1 1 I !.•( '.' .•••.'*' .' L.' m' *VkA&ij Jl Kf P.. I .i *.'*"• "*r'- POPULAR SCIENCB, The air procure on a visor ?f ordi­ nary siKa in alxloon and a hall .on:i. The highest n:ouiit :in in llv. world la ftloiiMt lflvcroBt.,'.,\ the lliniiUayau- twcnty-nino thuimund l'oct, or Uvo and thrce-fourtim inilcn. la tin uurimil alo a un/ exocutea twenty or thirty respiratory mmx-monts mi mi to, hut wl lo he ii .veiled ot ri.miisiy in tlio boat of the isii'.i thia in ereaaea to uo rr ,j0. It lua lately been oati lilirlied that tin temperature of tlic carbon in the elec tric arc is about 7,501) dr^rce F., or about forty times the difference of tein peraturo between, the boiling atul freez ing water. The cjiKcl's foot is a soft cushion, pB ••culiarYy well adapted to tlio ntones and RTf vel over which it constantly walk 3'lig. During: a single journey through the Sahara horses have worn out three sets of chocs, while the camel's feet are Jr.ot c-ven aoro. Tho f...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 May 1896

CITY NEWS FH1DAY. MAY H, 18%. JI yon can't talk base ball you rue not "'in it." George Uurnaugh fpent a tow tlay St. Joe last week. Miss Birdie Hickman was elected dele­ gate to the Sunday school convention. Look out for ho. doll show at Hast Side Baptist church. May 2C, 27. 2$ an! All Pathir.iJors are urgently requested to meet Monday evening next at S p. in. The past week lias bought 125 now sub scribers to THE IOWA STATK lhsT.vx- 1VEK. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hudlin stopped in the city a lew days last week on route Chicago. __ Rev. l)r. Dulin will occupy tlio pulpit at the East Side Baptish church next Sun dav niornin"'. Mr. W. H. lliunbard was a \isitor in Oskaloosa last week. He spent a lew days with his wife who is in tliat city tor a short time. Will Tcinlin is janitor at ihecily build ing. It is thotirst appointment ot the kind. Will is steady and industrious and will doubtless give good service. Big sleeve entertainment at East Side Baptist church last Tuesday evening was decide...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 May 1896

Iowa State Bystander. HnHJBIlKD KVEKY FRIDAY BY THE BT BtANDEll I'UULIBIIINQ COMI'ANY. CHARLES 8. RUFF, Editor. THADDEU8 8. RUFF, Associate Editor. «IOSEPH H. SHEPARD, Monaeor. ©FTICIAL TAPER OP TItE AFUO-AMER1CAN PBOTKCTIVE ASSOCIATION OF I(SWA. OfKIOIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WOB fllllPlTUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. A A. M. TERMS OF SUB8CIUPTIOK. On# year |1.50 Six months 75 Three months 00 All Bubacriptiong payable! advance Send money by poutoltko order^"monoy order, express or draft, to Tun IOWA BTAT BrBT.ANliER Publishing Company. Cotumuuioations ninst be written on on* tide of the paper only ani bo of interest to the public. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. W# will not return rejocted manuscript q&Ibm accompanied by postage stamps •cr ah correspondence and communica tions must bo signed by the persons writing toe same. OILY The democrats are for free silver in I'olk county. So reads their strong resolutions adopted in con vention last Saturday. The Dubuque conven...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 May 1896

IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING CO. DES KOINES, IOWA Two yomiR rion in Manitoba insist that they ha*.• /ccn i!k devil, l'cop'v Ken orally will 1i frlad to know wlicn lie is located. The discovery of a s.viet sir! klepto maniac in Vassar Collop von'.d be distressing, but who is it in the building: that is swiping everything that isn't fastened down? "When the novelist of the future wri'a about his hero reading his enemj through and through, it will, of course, fie presumed that, the Roentgen process has been used. In view of the number of widows some of the millionaires of the wild West have left, it is difficult to undcr fctand how they found time to accumu late so much money. Poet Laureate Austin is doubtless •harpening his quills for an assault on Huluwayo. He may find an opportunity to make the British people forget all about the man Tennyson. Edison says he is bothered almost to death with letters from cranks, who want all sort of impossible things and iisk all sor...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 May 1896

& ic ?i y~- THE BLUE BONNETT. n»ww»a w»»w Iu liis «lo£nut jiimrtments ot\ the ltue Itlnwho, luiir reclining on low divan, IIwt»r, oitfuivMe between liis Mix?, rjiul, for (lio lonlh time, tlie loiter tUat It is elderly aunt, MILH\ Dufrello, liad sui:t liim. "Mon chore ami," the letter sakl, "1 luive ofl.ou thought of our last conver niilioi suid your confidence regarding nuw'Viago. "There Is a young lady—Mdlle. Ma lulYoy--\vho. {idniltti»»K that you ntffee, would suit yon wonderfully well. "I iU not speak of lier moral quali ties, knowing that you are much too jinictical to trouble yourself about su Iiorfluous details but will eontent my KCIC with saying that the young person is nlllieted Willi a fortune of 500,000 frillies. Olid, in fipite of that, dresses :uj(l lives in tlie plainest manner. "Now, you uudovstnnd, that do not iry to make this n.ateli besides, 1 pack my trunk, rind leave this evening for Ton mine. I have no desire to make isi^rr-X'lf ridiculous by asking people t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 May 1896

Is CITY NEWS FRIDAY, MAY ir», 1896. Miss Ellen Beach Yaw will sing at the g^Uibernncle May 20. Federal court convened Tuesday, with large list of assignments. Miss Dudley 1 Rock. Island is in tho k-fjity, the guest of Miss Clara Williams of •ifcaat Seoouil and Grand avenue. Miss Jiellie Hanmict has been visiting -friends ami relatives in Kansas City for i« past three weeks. Mrs. and Miss Fred Watts, of Ottumwa, been in I his city this week and will jotunin Indefinitely." Henry Gains has been in poor health lor some, but is on the mend and it is .hoped that lie will soon be himself again. Will Mash threatens to amputate his ^.moustache. It has grown wonderfully this spring aud is now visible to the nuked eye *i a distance of live or six feet. S. \V. rainier has gone to St. Paul. He is a good worker and fouud employment shortly after arriving in that city. There is quite a Des Moines colony in St. Paul. •T. L. Kenix was in the city visiting .friends and relatives, lie reports the boy*...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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