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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 July 1896

.. .iWy J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Th'i'' J/WKVIUUH VM UQi, IUVUVJ erdar, «xproen or draft, to Thk Iowa Btbtandeb Publishing Company, Communications must bo written on om (Id* of the paper only and be of interest to the publio. "Brevity is the aoul of wit," remewbor. W# will not return rejocted manuscript unless accoinpanlod by postage stamp*. All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which un admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per lino for each insertion. Lists of presents for anniversaries, weddings, etc., will be charged extra. BUY AFRO-AMERICAN RERUBLICAN PAPER III IOWA National Republican Ticket I'Oli IMtESlDKNT, william Mckinley, of onio. I'OK VICK.PKKSIDIiNT GAKKKTT A. 1IOHAKT, OF N \V JKJ!Sfc.V. STATE TICKET. G. L. DOLJ.SON, Polk County. Secretary of State C. G. McCAllTHY, Story County... Auditor of State J. HARRIOTT, Guthrie Co...

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. — 31 July 1896

tlir i-l BYSTANDER. IY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00. DBS MOINES, IOWA Fully half tho joUos that ar» ma Ah have foundation of earnestness If thinge turn around right. Thf Indications aro that Chicago nl rtfrnien make more money than the highwaymen, and at less risk. People who conceal thoughts that would r'easc or improve other people, come dangerously near to criminal practices. In raising prices tho diamond trust strikes a wanton and cruel blow at the, municipal representatives of every city in this eountrv. A man eighty-one years old com mitted suicide in Maine lately hecausc the selectmen would not repair the road leading up to his farm. He probably Intended to mend his ways. An instance of faithful effort to fol low copy occurred recently in a New York newspaper office. It is not easy to tell the story in print, and part of it must, be supplied by the reader's imag ination. The reporter, who wrote a very bold, vertical hand, put it down that zigzag flashes of lightning played among t...

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. — 31 July 1896

.3 i-,- I\-l I HOMESEEKERS AND INVESTORS. A New Empire Opened to Settlement* HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSION On All Western Roails tut 8.1896 Only onoo In a llftitlmo Is there town located that has,v tributary country for fitly ml lot In ovory direction 1CAides division poinkon the grnat North ami South railroad, tho K. O. A l*. now ImllilliiK rino south from Kansas City to Port Arthur on ino (Jiilf of Moxlco. This time It Is MBNA, tho now town in Western Arkansas. Tbls new rullrond opens up tho liest agricultural londi In Western Missouri and tho groat fruit and health bolt of Houtliwost Miasotirl and Weatoro Arkansas. LOOK AT THE MAP. V--\ IOWA O |«.n «fArio*it *w7T trortse ZZZBir timm TUWRAIU ME.N.A, ARK. Here a town to drnw to 17.510 siu.iro miles tributary territory, 8" mile from .Mens io Hot Bprlnzs dua eat. HI miles to Tuskaboma, I. T.. west, IK) mile* to Knrt Smith north. 93 miles to T*x rkana south not a rnHroad in this district save THK I'OKT AKTHT'U KOi'TK. P4,'t.003 norcs governm...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 July 1896

ITY NEWS FitlDAY. .H'LV HI. 18%. Readout* r.tw ecivertisments and then Patronize the firms who advertise with us. Mrs. W. S. Scott, lu Jias ion indis posed a few tinv^, is improving. Miss Mabel Morion litis been unite ill with tonsilitis, but. is much better now. Subscribe for the HYSTANDKI at once, while it is only oO cents Iroin now to nnxl January. Mr. Clay loft last Wednesday attend Jha annual G. I. (). (J. I F. at Muehaki jock, Iowa. Oil! Whole iliil volJ get that good cigar Why of 1"rank's at the Aborn cigar stand. I'ICNIC! PU N I —Yoi'. can got a good kamniock at eo! from Slu-ldoii iV Cowled, corner Tenth and Center. Mrs. A. L. Balden. of lmlianola, who is well known in this city, will soon visit with her husband, who is working in I.)wight's restaurant. In our next week's issue will appear a brief, well written article on the life and character of Mrs. Harriett !'. Stowe. by Mrs. A. O. Smith. Remember readers the collector for de linquent subscriptions for UYSTANDEK will soo...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 August 1896

k.- VOL 3 J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Bend money by poatotllcs order, money ier, express or draft, to THE IOWA 8TA^B 4dTANDBR Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written oo oat •Ide of the paper only aud be ot iptereabto the publlo. "Brevity is the «oul ot wit," remember. We will not return rojocted manuscript •nlesa accompanied by postage stamps. HT All correspondence and communica tions must be signod by tlie poisons writing the name. All entertainiueiitH. concerts, festivals, etc., for which an ndmisHioii foe is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per line for each insertion. Lists of presents (or anniversaries, weddings, etc., will be cbhrged extra. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. National Republican Ticket FOR PHES1DENT, WILLIAM MCKINLEY, OF OHIO. VOJt VICE.I'liESUJKNT GARRETT A. HOBART, OF NEW JEIfSKV. SJATE TICKET. G. L. DOBSON, Folk County Secretary of State C. G. MCCARTHY, Story County... Auditor of State J. HARRIOTT, Guthrie County Tr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 August 1896

DE8 MOINES, F-w COUM stjtSHINO 00.. IOWA tuitions arc stronft enough to stunt! a W'olonsotl vacation. .lokrs Dint convey wisdom are most t-fli. it nt tearliors known. tho 'Th- lucky father who was not worse than his .son at ihf sarar HRC. Tin- tinio is now ripe to blame the wrnthor for your sins of omission. Thorn arc a vast, number of people in the world who fear nothing more than the truth. The "campaign of education'' this year ought to end with a full course at the electoral colleg'-. A great many people think that when they reform to help themselves other people ought, to get up a jubilee. If George J. Gould is ice bound in the Arctic ocean long enough that Atigell case may br over when he gets back. Nothing really makes a weak man revel in foolishness quite so much as to learn that sonic woman desires him to reform. There is to be another epidemic of Mars literature. Boston man has gone to Arizona to see if our neighbor is inhabited. Lillie Ashley, who failed to get any of the...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 August 1896

TWO AND A MOON. A HE stood under the groen gloom of the trees and by the churchyard pallngB. K-uitOil T'1®fuJl wlll,e v*^l ^, !'8ht of tlie mooU8hone /V down on the graves W O O a •\vocrt, touched th« face of the great church clock, and throw open a long •perspective of broiul suburban road [with treoa and twinkling gas lamps, and the red and green bull's-eyes of {traveling tramears. Opposite a little station periodically belched forth a thin stream of railway passengers be tween thfl brown doors beplastercd •with placards and news stands. Each |time the white cloud of steam rose into tthe air, and the doors became partially obscured with hurrying forms, she moved a few steps forward, looked 'across anxiously, and then, as the Ja6t traveler passed under the big lamp and |was swallowed up in the car, bus, or distant road, she turned to the shadow of the trees and tapped a little foot Impatiently upon the pavement. At length, when tears of rage and disap pointment filled her eyes and ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 August 1896

w1 CITY NEWS KKIOAY, Al'UlisT dLL.1 1, 18»t. Raadnur new ad vertis merits arid then Patronize the firms who advertise with us. Lawyer Williamson spent a few days in Sioux City ihis week attending logs' business. Subscribe tor the BVSTANDKK at once, while it i» only AO cents from now to nnxt Jniumry. Miles llell, who has had ill health lor some time, thinks of moving out to Ore gon litis fall. It*. Charles Henry will leave Saturday 13 join his wile ami son who are visiting in Detroit, Mich. Mis Zollu Davis is improving. She can sit up in bed and with careful nurs ing will soon be up again. 1'k:nu 1'icnic !!—You can get a good hammock at cost from Sheldon t.V: Cowles coi ner Tenth and Center. Duggar, a former employe Mr. 11. 11. Subscribe for the BfSTANDV.it and tell I Mr. Charles Moore, who owns a livery and feed stable, in Winterset is doing a good business, llis son, who graduated from the high school there this year, is studying law. Married—lu Okaloosa, Iowa, last week, Mr. Georg...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 August 1896

I xJ V3J ,i'.. &v •1 VOL 3 J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEF'ARD, MANAGER. Komi money by postolllco order, money order, EXPRESS OF draft, to THE IOWA STA^B BYSTAMIUK I'ubliiihiujj Compnuy. Communications must IJO written out on« lido of tho paper only nud be of interest to tho public. ''Brovity is tho soul of wit," remcnil ir. \V"o will ot return rejected manuscript unlosr. utvj:uji: n!' ,i by poutugo stamp*. All 1 'ii'," sjKiiKtciii'o niiil communica tion miir-t li* rni'il ly the persons writing tl.p sumo. All ontri iti!t:onts. concerts. festivals, etc., lor which -.ti nduuVsion f'co is charged, will ho [inhli-died at th« rate of ." cents per line for each insertion. Lists of presents for minivtsi'Mii'i!" weddings, etc., will be charged x11 a. IOWA'S MSiMSS COL (IKED PIPEB. Natioml Hopublican Ticket Ft!'!M-:SII)I NT, W.i.LlAM .McKINl.EY, oi'" on in. 1 01: 1:. 1 -i: i:.-1r H-.N G.-MJIILTT A. 1 UMLAUT, in-' MAN .IKKSI.V. STATE TICKET. (. L. I.() 1!OX. 1N•:k Coiinly Secretary of ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 August 1896

STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00. DES KOIKES, IOWA It in poor politico to hire a man te Ikeop sti'l. Mnrrlngr ami colic arc the two things that double us up. Too many people labor under the im pression that It is funny to tell lies. People who really please themselves seldom do much to make others un happy. There are persons who suppose thc are funny when they are merely ag gravating. Count Leo Tolstoi thinks that the Englivsh and the Zulus are the two most brutal nations on the earth. Warrensburg Maine, lias a rapid ransit which is somewhat unique, in Ihis country at least. A car is run over the street car line once a month merely for the sake of preserving the charter. The refusal of a Massachusetts court 0 admit radiographic pictures as evi dence. is partly offset by the fact that a justice of the federal supreme court re cently admitted, in an unofficial capa riiy, to an X-ray examination to de termine the character of some ailment of the knee. The result was satisfac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 August 1896

pM- !TOW« GOOD TIMES COMING. ELI E I N S TELLS WHEN THEY WILL BE RESTORED. Iszptnlnii (lie KITtMt of TnrllT Clinti^es Upon tlio Tro t»urv—A l'rophot Not Without Honor In IIU Own Country Una Vie nt Cleveland The wisest men of (lie republican parly v,orkfd for weeks on their St. Lnt in platform. It is a political Gibra! I-n\ It is fortified liy right and backed up by experience taught by the disas troiiH failures of the democrats. The platform is pound on reciprocity, pro |pcti\i tariff, pensions, money and the Monroe doctrine. Wli.tt wili the democrats do? Why, ihey will tight against this plat form, fur (hey will tight against sound money, ''eeiprociiy and protective tar iff. Tli. World ha commenced its ns eault. It saya th it Cleveland got $W, 0(10,poo more revenue his first year than Harrison did during hiw last year. Of course Cleveland did but. to get thi= rrventie. having tariff SO per cent Irwer than Harrison, he had to ship 30 pT cent more goods from Europe than Harrison did....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 August 1896

BCITY NBWS F1UDAV. Al'(.rsT 14, 1M*. Keadour new advertis merits id then Patronize the firms iho advertise with us. -.Mr. ami Mrs. Warrick's little son. jVillie, is ijiiile Mt'U. Mrs. Win. lhunme'.. who bus been quite pk, is convitli'ittviU. Tlio Misses ilaiues loft this week tor jtliuiiunoia lor :i week visit. \V. IV lltx^hl«-Lt lolt Wednesday to visit ••w workslit his birlhplaco in Hannibal. Mo. 1 'i Lilt:.' Maple Hatter of Furmington. Jowa, is visiting with her aunt. Mr. Sliel«y of West Ninth street. Traeey 1 ila^bv.rv. v. ill take advantage of the exonrsiou ami visit Omaha SniiduN, the guest of Mi. and Mrs. Cheiall. Wo call the attention of our agents to send in all llie now# each week as we would like to hear from all the. towns. Joseph LaCour arrived in the eitv Thursday to attend the pieiiie given tor him and his They will leave for Ihtir home in Mt. Pleasant next week. 7 Hishop Arnctt beautiful home at Wil berforee, )h'u«, containing his library, was I burned last week. No p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 August 1896

VOL 3 •J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Bead uioney by postotllco order, money order, express or draft, to THK IOWA STA^I BYSTANDER Publishing Company. Comiuuulcutious nmst bo written on on* tide of the paper only and be of interest, to the publio. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejocted manuscript unless uccompauiud by postage stamp*. CST* All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same. AH entertainments, concerts, festivuls, etc.. for which an admission fee is charged, will he published at the rate of cents per line for each insertion. Lists of presents for anniversaries, weddings, etc., will be charged extra. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. National Republican Ticket FOlt l'HESIP15NT, WILLIAM McKlNLEY, OK OHIO. l'OU VICK.ritKSIDKNT GAliKETT A. HOHAKT, OK NEW .IKHSKV. STATE TICKET. 14. L. DOHSON, I'oik County Secretary of State (J. (i. MCCARTHY, Story Comity... We have a great country and we must keep ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 August 1896

I 1: 't, is. I f. t. ~e?af thiP ]uen palac pj BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00. DBS M0HTE8, IOWA '"'=ggg. BBgBCT When man star! ft out. for blood he generally has to furnish it. Of all peats the man who has noth lug to tell, and tells it in a whisper, is lac worst. People who work for the love of i\ •ire generally people who are working for themselves. There Is some comfort in knowing that you can tlo things that others con sider worthy of imitation. An eastern paper says salt is good for army worms. The farmers want to know what is bad for them. It is said that on bicycles Avomcn look better than men. The fact is that women look better than men anywhere. Women lead in many advances. No dude has yet been bold enough to wear his necktie on the back of his neck while sober. A man is either rich or poor accord ing to what his ideas of life are. inde pendent of the amount of property he may possess. Considering all the things that are either done or attempted with refer ence to him, the rich ...

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. — 21 August 1896

KANSAS-NEBRASKA. ARE NO LONGER THE HOT BED OF WILD EVED THEORISTS. Gradually Settling Down to tli« Con tlltlom Ordained by the l.uni of Nature—Tlio State* Will Itlglit the Delutlont and Voto Republican I'lckct. Nebraska will bo QUO of the battle cmterH in this national etmipaign. Ne braska is the home nlate of Bryan. Because of his nomination for the presidency, all the hysterical and nerv ous mind force of his Nebraska follow ers will be aroused to its inmost ten nion from now until election day. So far a« Hryan's followers are able to make it so, the campaign will be sen sational. Hrvan himself being the very embodiment of sensation, in liia atti tudes and in his oratorical effects, and (lie doctrines which he preaches being M'.ch as to appeal to the hysterical and nervous mind force of tli^ community, the campaign will undoubtedly be one of (lie most exciting ever witnessed in tlio country and Nebraska will be one of the centers of this excitement. Not only is Bryan himself a bre...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 August 1896

en CITY NEWS FRIDAY. AUGUST 2 «L .. Roadour naw Tracy lllagbuni arrived home Wedne» dav from a pleasant visit iu Omaha. l~ Mrs. \Y. liedinau and daughter re turned home from Kansas (,'iiy Saturday. Subscribe for the ,1. \Y. Robinson has opened a barber shop and pool hall at 3IS West Third .street. The public is cordially invite. The Stewardess board gave &n enjoya ble social at Mrs. Fred Jackson last Tues day. A large crown was present. Miss Zella Davis is improving rapidly. She can sit up and goes around the house, which is good news to Ler many friends. We have made arrangements whereby we can furnish you the BvS'TAKrKiJ until •January 1 for 5d cents. Send in your subscription. Miss Daisy Mammon of Cedar Rapids nVJas arrived in the city and will her aunt, Mrs. Weeks at 102 West Tenth street for several weeks. Articles not appearing wil 1 appear next issue. Remember to get your corre spondence in not latter than Wednesday. J. II. Ilillof Youngstown was in the city Monday on bus...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 August 1896

rv-i .•t A-1, f: I $ A Jj irfny* J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. U. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Bdild money by poatoIHoe order, money order, express or draft, to THE IOWA STAT* BTSTANDER Publishing Company. Communications ninst bo written on one •tde of the paper only and be of interest to tbvpublio. "Brevity hi the soul ot wit," remember. We will nci return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage stamps. tST" All correspondence and 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 fl cents per line for each insertion. Lists of presents for anniversaries, weddings, etc., will bo charged extra. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. National Republican Ticket FOR PKKSIDENT, WILLIAM MCKINLEY, OF OHIO. KOK VK'K.t'KKSIDkNT (JARRETT A. IIOBART, OK XEW .IKIiSRV. STATE TICKET. G. L. DOBSON, Polk County Secretary of Stale G\ (T, MCCARTHY, Story County... Auditor of fclate J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 August 1896

I it I thitf® men i: BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING Personal abuse is not a im-nt. li's very old her ajtr. It was so hot In ChlcaRO last week '.hat an ice box took fire. T.i Hung Chang told a deputation that he favored arbitration, especially with Japan. Don't be in a hurry. John Walters of Franklin, hid., rode for a doctor in Mich haste that his horse dropped dead. It is the proper thing now to use the word "ignited" instead of "fired" when Kpeaking of the man who has lost liis .lob. If. according to the old proverb, speech is silver and silcnce golden, we already have free and unlimited coin age. That, there is no more sensible animal •than the horse was proved in Shelby ville. Ind.. the other day when an un caged bloomer girl caused a runaway. An Kau Claire capitalist was arrested in that town for wearing a too scanty luMliing suit. Apparently Eau Claire has determined never to be a fashion able summer resort. A Michigan hypnotist proposes to put a man to sleep for twenty-eight days. If...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 August 1896

i'-A &>s m- :. *3' Jf 1 1 s* WHEELING WISDOM. "There's a wheel in the -window ror hce." We don't mind it if the hill is low browed. Necessity was tho mother of safety blcydea. The Iniy-eycle craze pleaies tho deal er In wheels. Where a few buy tricycleB, hun dreds try bicycles. It's a poor road that won't work both ways. Cut down tho grades. There if? many a sprinkling cart that is a needless leak in a city's treasury. It's of 110 use to, when you get to the hill, stop and wish you wore at the hill's top. It is a real consolation to know that If the dog stays in tho manger long enough he will starve to death. Tomorrow it will be interesting to fpel the cannon fire-craclcer shake the earth and watch the sky rocket. Don't ride your wheel unto your sor row, But ride so you may ride tomorrow. if the man who drives the sprinkling c.-irt would do his work by some in telligent rule, instead of by the day, folks would hate him less. L. A. W. Hulieiin. I YoE OF THE EARS. Never use any...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 August 1896

CITY NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 2S. 1S&. I'f?»adour naw advertis merits id then Patronize the firms *ho advertise with us. The state fair beg-iu* one week twin to- Read our ne»v adds anil trade with those hat patronize our papc-r Miss Delia McKnight has gone to Spirit Lake to spend a few weeks. The weather has become somewhat er, thereby causing colds, ^Th« way of the populistic repudi&tor is that ofthe sinner—hard. Mrs. C. A. Williams, who lias bc-en |v.3iyte sick remains about th« same. Alias Alice Robinson will leave Satuv p^«y for a tew weeks visit lu Omaha Subscribe for the BYSTANDER at once, j|: while it is only 60 cents from now to mm l' January. Alex VViiburn left last Saturday. fur jiCruston, Iowa, to to attend the J. N. it. P^eucampment. Wm. Tonilin was taken suddenly ill thia week, and was unable to work for several day*. Charles Harris lelt Wednesday for a visit at his home Ottumwa lo remain •t-veral raonthi. Colored votei-* lie sure to come to the ujd Grant elub room M...

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