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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 June 1896

iwa State Bystander. 3LI8UED EVEBY FRIDAY BT TUB BT BTANDES rUBLISHINfl JOMPA»V. }ARUg8 8. RUFF, Editor. kDDEU8 8. RUFF, Aasool8t« Editor. 1EPH H. 8HEPARD, Mandff*r. PJOIAL BAPER or kBUIP*UL THE AFBO-AMKniCAK PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION Qt itiWA. HOIAL 1'AI'EH OF TUB MOBT W6ll- UFUTKD QBAND LOS6S Off IOWA, A. F. A. M. TERiia OF BUBSCIUPTIOK. [year 11.80 Imonthe 70 &o months. 8ub8prIptjQ.n8 payable! adyanct Id money by poatolllce order, monoj^ express or draft, to THK IOWA BTAI^ |ANDBR Publishing Company, imunicationa mnst be written on oat the paper only and be of intereltto ibllc. "Brevity is the soul of wit," ibor. will uot. return rejected manuscript accompanied by postago stamps. All corrospourteuce and couiuiunica must be Bigned by the persona writing ,»me. 1 entertainments. concerts, festivals, tor which an admission foe is charged, [6 published ut the-rate of 5 cento per pr each insertion. Lists of presents aniversaries, weddings, etc., will bo red extra. Mev-AMEIIICAN of a —R...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 June 1896

«, ,h**£* wmtthlM s^.tlre ol the .low paB8&«e of tlm« Mrs. a racc he s" Kansas City Journal says "a woman wearing a Mother Hub *ii the streets the other night olu'cle." We desire to retract old iry utterances we ever portldoomers. TM_ I notify .luakin In Bophla Clwnfoot, ^o^olored people *er®be late Joe Adams, MaryBvlll®, Ohio. 105, and Au •uata Comegys, CUeatertown, Comegys had been vedded fl me^ Book agents ar« supposed to early and violent death, but Capt. O D. Diamond Is still at tbe da^ trade In San Francisco, at between anci tlie ken *°n general financial on Chicago board of Wi course New York can bold a suc b'*ul world's fair in 1900. Remeni br^hat she did with the Grant mon «*nt! llmburger cheese must not be con tldod with our filled cheese. Llm tler is merely filled with a harm iodor. fcarles Harris, of NTIles, Ohio, has de a gavel from a piece of wood en from the house McKinley was a in, and Charles doesn't want an co, either. 'on't worry about trifles. One day week 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. — 26 June 1896

W# unit tlODS I tbe All. •te.V I will 1 line for «j ch&ri THE STUDIOUS GIRL. An Intoroetlngr Letter Prom Youny Ladloa' College, 4R»ea CetTrcen tho Sexen fop Education. WJeWUli IiujulroI by Incessant Study. Tho race but ween tho sexes for edu cation is to-day Very close. Ambition girls work lliCessantly over their ctudk'«i and are often brought to a halt, through having1 (iaoriflced tho pliy.. 6iual to the mental. Then hog-la those ailments that must bo teinoved at once, or tlicy will produce con stantsuiTcrinfj". Ilead 'aclie, dizziness, fuint ness, ulight vertigo, pains in the back and loins, irregularity, loss of etaej) und appetite, nei-v ousnesa and vv Hues, with lack of confidence 1 these arc positive signs that wo* I men's arcli enemy i« at liand. The following letter was received by Mrs. Pinkliamin Way, one month after the young lady had first written, giving symptoms, and asking- advice. She was ill and in ..groat distress of mind, feeling she tvould not lio!'l t-i'.t ti...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 June 1896

*rt T. I IMT ton. JUNK 26, 1896. I r'1"*' •low pw" Mr» 8o^has £one ere is occ* dies on" 'jl11,e up w?^ 3£ bloody of ''n 10 ^ma^m t0 •ted 101 ____ Two hbor of Afro-Americans Adams, on tlie excurs mu trade Uva ioii. Comegyen was out on the road Book I^Dlai*'11 Sleml the su,mner at la-ke^ 100. was at tbe St. l^ouis con "TTno't many old friends from Cltr, cl "fouies went to Ostaloosa, Ijgjj iO nieot her husband on his ssissippi. W cou Brown has returned home ?ifuI feasant visit of four weeks in St, Louis. «*ui: An Birnev expects to leave for limbuay, where she will visit rela tlded jds. tier jodo^ob3 won the tenth prize in It was a very handsome harlots was his tirst contest. de a en frc' Afternoon cluli will meet in, .Bow Holmes, July *2. All eitjuested to be present. was a St. Louis visitor at 'on't weeiv 0 He had a convention that lost a movement on foot for an ^ia8-l)acue August 4. The Ai'ro ~of Youngstovrn have char»e Three •ve gone ct. othensabbath at the First African Christ. Tve...

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

4 erjr jarri ,ltota I and vest .copl low -t«t IA VA| A VOL 3 or All corresfOndeiico and communica tions uaust be slgaed by the persons writing tho same. All ent«rtainrlen'«. concerts, festivals, •to., for which eu adtriission fee is charged, will be published at w, l-^S Nation^1 Republican Ticket FOR PRESIDENT, WI.U^AM MCKINLEY, /OF OHIO. /OK:' VICE. PRESIDENT GAlRH/KTT A. prou|d of. Its principles shall be broflld, elevating and non-sectar ian, with equal rights to all and special privileges to none. In politics, the paper shall be in ac­ cordance with the editor's views— that ot republican, and in the in terest ot protection, reciprocity, sound money, an honest ballot and a fair count in every state in the union. Located as we are, in the center of Iowa, the brightest star under the blue doom of heaven the first state to wipe the black laws from her statute books our great common school system that is second to none our vast, rich aud undulating prairies that lies within the heart...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 July 1896

A^DSER rtfBLtSHINO 00. pis Monrxs, The bicyclist who carried whiskey in his tires was arrested for pedaling without a license. With yellow fever, smallpox and the Spaniards, the Cuban isle calls for the sympathy of all nations. Some people think that the man who has a voice like a street fakir and bangs the back off of the Bible, Is the great est preacher. Mrs. Li Hung Chang has 1,000 serv ants and never writes anything for the papers touching upon the servant girl problem. It is thought that the bicycle will bring knee breeches into fashion for all men, but It has not brought bloom ers into fashion for all women. Advertising ins't a game of chance. It's a matter of plain business, in which the law of cause and effect works out its unalterable results. It must be very discouraging to a woman to realize that no matter how hard she may struggle to become man's equal, she can never be a police man. It is melancholy to see the Russian czar going without any life insurance. Will not some...

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

M": "vi 2, r£iWr-^ 'V W ISrr- MRS. GOOLD'S GRATITUDE. Her Story of How Sh« "Was Ro storod to Health. Conditio* tlcforo and After tho Dlrtb of IXor Child. -t From every cit,y, town and hamlet on this vast continent, eouio Jetlcttt from Buffering women frotti tlioso whose physicians have hcen unablo to assist them, or from tlmt ttiim berlcss class whoso confl deaco In Mrs. Piultlium's ad vico nnd the curative prop erties of her Vegetablo Compound is unbounded* livyry letter received from wo men is recorded, and hundreds of volumes of cases treated aid in fur nishing practical information for the women of to-day. *Jo tetters are published without the bequest of the writer. The strictest 'confidence is observed. The following letter represents thousands I always enjoyed good health un six mouths before the birth of my bal*o-. Then I was very weak my back ached all the time. My physicians said I would bo all right after the birth of the child, but 1 was not, although et that timo 1 had t...

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. — 3 July 1896

mm FRIDAY, JULY 3, 18%. Louis Austin is indisposed this |V, and Mrs. Kobert Johnson have ifrtxt on Center and Oak. Mash has gone to Chicago to rp- liFss lievUm ok this week. Court lev has been quite ^|Wrs. 1?. .1. Holmes and niece are visit in Oskaloosa. -nd us some local items each ek and oblige. There seems but little improvement in ,he condition o! Uov. 11. 1). Turner. ,lolm Washington of Chicago impeded in the oily this week is ex- Mrs. Murray of Lincoln, Neb., is vlsit c-'ing her sister, Mrs. let her on Crocker street. Wm. Mash's aunt from Kansas City is visiting him and Mrs. Mash on Sixteenth street. The Royal Six gave a pavillion dance at Greenwood Park. Music by Cleggctt and Green. An excellent time is reported. Pathfinders will meet Monday evening at Foster and Williamson's law aflice. Business of importance. Mr. and Mrs. LaCour and daughter, ofMt. Pleasant, and Mr. Peter Hudlin will arrive in the city Sunday. News was received that Ossie Holmes was accidently hurt by the c...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 July 1896

ji JOHN L. THOMPSON. Editor. Serid money by poatolQcs order, noney order, express or draft, to The IoWa Btbtandbh Publishing Company. Communication* innst be written on one aide of the paper only and be of interest to the public. "BreTity ia the »oul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript onless uccompunlod by postage stamps. J®" Alt correspondence und communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per line for each insertion. Lists of presents for anniversaries, weddings, etc., will be charged extra. ONLY AFRO-AMERICAN RERUBLICAK PAPER IN IOWA National Republican Ticket FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM MCKINLEY, OF OHIO. FOR VICE.PRESIDENT GARRETT A. HOBART, OF NEW JEKSEY. Merchants Know the Value good advertising Medium —Read our "Ads." I am a candidate for secretary ot state subject to the decision of the repub lican convention. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 July 1896

VffBtfSHINO 00, xome, The Wcycle ixcorc! liar is over-top plug Ihc fish yaroer. Corbett now knows what it is to run up «s*iH8t a real fighter. It is time to «top talking about New Jersey "skelters." There are no flies on Jersey now. Miss Kate Horner is the coroner at Pender, Neb., and they say she is very pretty. We may now expect to hear of some of the young men of Pender dying euddenly. Mr, Corbett is fortunate in having: re ceived his pugilistic quietus from Mr Sharkey at this particular time. can now find profitable and congenial wpJoyment as a campaign orator. It is now officially stated that thi number of lives lost in Moscow during the coronation was a few less than 4,000. But a little matter like that cut« no figure in Russia. They will never be missed. Tins fool joker Is almost aa danger ous is the didn't-know-lt-was-loaded Eun. A good heavy club or well-sean oned ax handle kept handy is an excel lent joke cure. A few nights ago a few ilrl students of the Ohio normal uni ve...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 July 1896

I I i'r Mfe TOLLEY'S ADVENTURE. "That's finished," Bald rcicrltius, holding up the Hketoli on which lie lmd beeu working all the evoniilg. "l'ork, Where's ilie covkscnnvV" "Under the lied, 1 think," said Per kins. "I throw it at a inouso." "I'll toss you to hoc wlio crawls for it," sutil Potorklns. "Done," said Perk, niul he left his writing, fooiug unable, us he explained It, to resist the enjoyment of seelug Petorkius "do the crawfish," his free translation of "crawl." "'Now, that's a beauty," commented Pctcrklns, again holding his sketch at arm's length and casting a glance of •dmirution ou It, while the too-confi dent nnd unfortunate Perkins was en joying the fruits of his own fool-hardi ness beneath the bod. "That will touch (ho editor's heart. And the beau tiful joke—110, that's too vulgar a word to apply to this diamond of my Miml—the beautiful-uh—witticism (that's better) attached to It. 1 toll you what, Perk, the toot onsoiu—the altogether, w» it were—or sketch and joke, Is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 July 1896

ir golid led and freat •r. :v -.* ITY NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1896. Mrs. Sarah Granville's mother, who been quite sick is some better. The old 9ettl«rs will hold their annual picnic on or about the first of August. Miss Zella Davis is dangerously ill ot ^typhoid fever, but is resting fairly well. Owing to the grand lodge being ceatral ly located this year it will be represented. Miss Edith Birney has gone to Detroit for an extended visit with relatives and friends. and Bessie Jackson A grand street lueut the 16th Muchakiuock. Will Jones of Oskaloosa. passed through the city on his way to Adel. lie attended the bicycle races at Adel. Edward Moseley is in business for him self at the corner of Seventh and Walnut. He cleans and repairs men's clothing. Miss Zella Davis has been very sick this week. .Sunday a doctor was called. Her many friends will be glad to learn that she is improving. Mrs. Andrew Yaugiiu is very sick at her home on Oak street. She han been ill some time. It is hoped th...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 July 1896

I h, *r- iT VOL 3 U. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Beiid money by poatofflo* order, ®0MJ ord*r, «zpr«M or draft, to THE IOWA STA^I BTSTA.MDBB Publishing Company, Communications canst be writtsn on on lid* of the pap«r only and be of interest to tbcpublio. "Brcrlty la tb* toul of wit," rametaber. We will not return rejected manuaoript •olesa accompanied by poitage stumps. tar AU eorrospouitence and communica tion* muat be signed by the persons writing the same. AU entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee Is charged, Will be published at the rate of 5 cent* per line for each insertion. Lists of presents for anniversaries, weddings, etc., will be charged extra. PIFEI-Hl {OWH National Republican Ticket FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM McKlNLKY, OK OHIO. KOK VICK.PKKSIDKNT GARRETT A. HOBAKT, OK NEW JERSEY. Merchants Know the Value of a good advertising Medium —Read our "Ads." Subscribe for the IOWA STATE BVSTANDKR. A vote for Bryan is a vote for tii at n...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 July 1896

b. IKSBMOI ITY NEW FRIDAY, JULY 10 HJBLISHItfO UBLISH1NO 00. IOWA liaa almost entirely •?kirts, aud fewer men .nk. ryter has been good to os. He has fully vindi- Mrs. Sarah GranviUy contrnsi. LS been quite sick is so— 1 7 who says the right thing at The old settlers tiUie js the man who says picnic on or about tht all when in doubt. Miss Zella Dav'e js (}ie women's candidate for typhoid fever, but,nt? isn't Belva Lockwood still Owincr to the *bIe? And hat is the matter with ,",,,.,,1 Shaw or Mary Lease or Susie lyloeateiUbi8jiouy? Miss Edith an exte*Senpral Weyler has heralded an ther great victory. "The Spanish trlenos. opg on gaturjay captured threa an-bel camps." The "rebels" were all "their gr*tJ'°De when the capture was made. Keoku1 The exclusion of men from jury duty Mis? because they have read reports of cases fou* *n newspapers is preposterous. It •ve has resulted in making the intelligence of the average juror a byword. It if an unwarranted assumption that re- S» porters do...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 July 1896

fcf't i4 |Vf WOMAN TO WOMAN, "Women are being taught by feitte* experience tliut many physfcinft*. ttari not successfully hunilta Ihcir pecu liar nilincnts knowfi as female diseases. Doctors are willing ami anxious td help them, but tUey are tli« 'wrougso* to work understand injfly. When tho vw.uan of to-day 6x pci'ienccs such symp» 4 toius as ba^ferachft, nwvtmsncss, lassi tude, whiter, irregtt lat or pain- ful men struation* pall: in groins, bearing-down sensation, palpitation, "all pone" feeling and blues, she at onc« talies Lydia K. Pinlthum's Vegetablo Compound, feeling Euro Indeed, of obtaining iiumeUialo relief. Should her symptoms be new to her, she writes to a woman, Mrs. Pinlcham, Lynn, Mass., who promptly explains her case, o-ad tells lier free how to get well. BO many women are now appealing to Mrs. Pinkham for advice, that score of lady secretaries are kept constantly at work answering the great volume of correspondence which cornea in every day. Each letter is answered...

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. — 17 July 1896

Mrs. ba» ki9 btttn qutl. T. The old Miss Zel^' ws n:i,v lr. 1m. -py will celebrate the $**** •oclauiation August 1. Barton, who hits been jnite FRlDA*ral days is much improved. •MMMAi-sliall left Monday to spend :i ft'' his home in Albia. Bunks, who took suddenly much improved. picnic 011 (Laura Odt»l! 1ms been dangerously fcw laYS' lmt now ^Ifuhoid 0^*1. S. Clay is :i delegate ly l'ouval" to the district Miiclmkitiock ,0 1ULM at 24. M'' j, There was a jolly young jieopU's danc ing pauv given Wednesday evening at (iroenvood Park. Mr. (5. I. llolt left Saturday 1'or a week's I rent men tor rheumatic stillness atKirks A'ille, Mo. Barbacue, base ball and a grand con cert at night Ly the excursionists -Boone, July 30. The Old Settler's reunion will hold their annual picnic August T. A good time is anticipated. Mrs. Minnie K. Lay will soon return to her former home in this city from Minonk, Illinois. Mrs. Jennie Bradley of 41'.* West Seventh street, who has been quite ill the past two we...

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

I'i VOL 3 J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. «, I I .1 I |TT Send money by postolflce order, nobif order, express or draft, to Thb IowaST±t|ji Btbtandkr Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written on dm •Id* of the paper only and be of lntere^Vto the publlo. "Brevity is the ioul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage stamps. B$r" AH correspondence and communica tions must be aligned by the persons writing tbe same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per line for each insertion. Lists of presents for anniversaries, weddings, etc., will be charged extra. ONLY AFRO-AMERICAN HEflUBLICAN PAPER III IOWA National Republican Ticket FOR PBESTDKNT, WILLIAM MCKINLEY, OF OHIO. FOi VICK.ritESlDENT GARRETT A. HOBAKT, OK NEW JKKSEV. Merchants Know the Value of a good advertising Medium —Read tvur "Ads." WORD TO YOUNG VOTERS. There will be ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 July 1896

E8 LNDER PUBLISHING 00. IOWi to rob the Alton road seems |.ve boon well conductorcd. Philadelphia preacher is now rtkiiVR wheels free, lie says It pays. [There is not .1 humatt being on earth lia docs not hug the delusion that he fir she is better than somebody eif*o. The man who ha* tlferve in tight places generally manages to find nough of t&em to find they wear him 'out There is still hope that Chicago will some day be rid of its robbers. A Col orado Springs burglar after attempting to enter a building committed suioide. The Germans, who are lavishly en tertaining Li Hung Chang, are said tn be disappointed that he does not give out some of the much coveted Chinese orders and decorations, for tht- obtain ing of which captious critics claim the fetes are being given. The wily heath en Chines however, has thus far con tented himself with merely thanking Lis various hosts for their hospitality. A mountain has fallen down in Bel gium. This sounds incredible, but ap pears to be tru...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 July 1896

c% HER IIAPPY DAY, A CHARMING STORY OF MEDICINB AND MARRIAGE. TWO Open Xottcra From a Clilcfcgo 01*1 -How Happiness Cauio to Kor.^- Amontf tho tens of thousand* of women who upply to Mrs. Piukhawfor tuivice and aro cured, aro many who wish the facts in their cases mado public, butdonot give permission to publish thoir names for reasons as obvious as in the following', and no namo is ever published without the writer's au thority this is a bond of faitU which Mrs.I'inkhain has never broken. Chicago, Jan. sth, '95. ijy dwir Mrs. kPlnkham:— A friend of 'mine, Mrs. —, wants mo to writo you, because shp«!#.ys:" you U3 hfv so much good." I on', desperate. Am nine teen years of nge, tall, and weighed «jfl pounds .1 year ago. I am now mer« skeleton, l'rom your Ilttla book 1 Uiinte r.iy trouble is profuse menstruation. My symptoms tiro etc. t)ur doctor (my uncle) tells father that I am in consumption, and wants to take me to Florida. I'lease help me! Tell me what to do, end tell me'luiclily....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 July 1896

quail fra 3 pi lay EWS JULY 24, 189(5. Fur new advertie merits In Patronize the firms ivertise with us. Humbard lis week. has beon on tlie sick W. H. Scott was taken very ill and is still suffering. Clay Lewis is visiting at the home liarlcs Mash at Grimes, Iowa. ?es Moines Union band will head the bunsionists to Boone next Wednesday iorninr. Mr. and Mrs. Thouias S. Wilson of Kansas City, are stopping at 815 West Eleventh street. Misses Clara Millr, Blanche and Beulah Allen left Sunday evening for a two week's visit in Newton. Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. W. Hewitt of Albia are visiting relatives at Mrs. Gardners, 815 West Eleventh street. Sanuiol Seott passed through the city from Ft. Dodge, enroutc to his home in lndianola this week. Don't forget the lawn social at Mrs. Coalson's next Thursday, July 30. Good music and refreshments. Four coach loads of people will go to Boone on the East Side Baptist church ex cursion next Wednesday morning. $1.50 cents to Boone ami return next Wednesday. This...

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