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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 November 1896

®1 MiW: dfcj&iteite iifciet & Jib ii&^ J&itt d& dfe A South American puma lion, the fiercest animal of that half of the hem isphere, is the pet of little Miss Ethel Curzon, the 15-year-old daughter of Captain Henry F. Curzon, late of Her Majestiy's service. 2* Damon is a fine, sleek and silken mi 1 red specimen of his tribe. He was jrn three years ago among the pam pas graes region of South America that is known locally as La Pampa. Curzon for years has been in that country as Iho representative of an English syndicate. He arrived in Phil adelphia the other day accompanied by his daughter, and the puma came with them, making tho long\-vurney in a *\ge that was carried in the baggage Car, "Damon is the dearest creature— next to papa—on earth," said Miss Ethel tcj a reporter. "lie suved my life, amf'tho debt of gratitude I owe him can never be repaid." "Damon is a puma," said the cap tain. "Here in Pennsylvania the early settlers knew his congeners under the name o...

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. — 27 November 1896

fJust 1 if 57 Footwear: h* f. T-'T» Men's Best. Patent Leather Shoes *%,*} to Get Acquainted.... Some merchants give rosea, some givoucandy, some one tiling and some another. In order to introdnce the people to come in and get acquainted, we are going to mako an effort through your pocket so on Saturday and. Monday, 1 NO FITTING AND NO EXCHANGING. OTHEll SHOE STORE 515 East Locust Street. ». WJff, Uarfleld, and he faithfully p&formed liis duties for the term of that office. I'JtOK. liOOKEIl T. WASHINGTON. Prof. Booker Taliaferro Washington has made a name for himself of which he has reason to be proud. His real worth lies iiithe direction of educational work among his ptople. He was born April 18,1856, in llale's Ford, Va., but was early re moved to West Virginia, lie graduated from Hampton Institute at the age of 19, and in the same year entered Wayland Seminary, whence he was called to till the chair of professor at Hampton. There he was cleeted by the Alabama state authori ti...

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. — 27 November 1896

I' 11'"'|.!Ai®'^l^!\":^lvi^ailt^^-::&i'l i/" 'nrr^ 'TS Just to Get Acquainted. fWK«? Foot wear: IE Some merchants give rosea, some givoCcandy, some one tiling and some another. In order to introduce the people to come in and get acquainted, we are gotag to mako an effort through your pocket so on Saturday and. Monday, $m ^t November 28th and 30th, -, NO FITTING AND NO EXCHANGING. OTHER SHOE STORE! 515 East Locust Street. WE KEEP EVERYTHING WE ADVERTISE And Exactly ss It Is. THE FAIR 504, 506, 508 EAST LOCUST ST. Directly after Thanksgiving we start tha ball rolling in some cut prices on shoes that won't have to be pointed •out belore people can see tliem. Sam pie prices anil everything just as ad vertised. Men's Best Patent Leather Shoes All sizes, a» extreme needles and sfc*. f'^ »iuare, rattling good shoo at $4. Come l)ver an toe, -mv be properly fitted and save a jjSS^. if£ dollar for your trouble, mental worry. Si „ic. Spcclal cut iirice, $2.98. !^Misses' Shoes, iSizes II to...

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. — 27 November 1896

qv ft, Iowa State Bystander. RUBUANSD KVEBT MUDAT BT TU »T« STANPKB PUHLiaHlNa COMBAMT. Office—316 West Fifth St. OrriCIAL rar FAI'KU OF THIS A.FBO-AKKBICAV PBOTECTIVB A8800IATI0a Of 16WA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THB MOST FTOMR AXURRUL UNITED ORAND LOMI or IOWA, A. F. A. M. TEUHS OF auBSOBirriow. OB« jtmut 11.00 Sbr«« ix montha TO month* All wbacrlptjoa* payabUt t4r*pc« THOMPSON. EDITOR. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by postotSc* order, •onty •rder, exprets or draft, to THE IOWA •TSTANDIR Publishing Company, Communication* mnst be written on one eide of the paper only and be of interact to •he publlo. "Brerity la the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript •aleu accompanied by postage stamp*. All correspondence and communioa Jions must be signed by the persona 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 anniversari...

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. — 27 November 1896

fjli lOWi STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING CO. PES M0IHE9, IOWA When iu doubt, say nothing. A season of rest Is stiro to follow all great struggles. Election prophecics arc not worth flfty-three cents on the dollar. It is reasonably safe to judgr-a man's.' habits by the appearance of his shoes, Qs^Ya]tt The world seldom fails to decidt that you ought to havo known better. Scandal requfres no eloquence or poetic language to secure an eager au dience. Do not think for a moment that the weather regulates itself either to please or thwart you. What this country needs most Is a practical scientist who can invent an attachable steering apparatus for cy cloae:. The suggestion to give each member of congress a clerlt might be improved From infancy to old aiust have ap ecia-tive words time to time. They are wholesome and stimulating but to depend upon praise and flattery for one's happiness, to sink into gloom without them, to allow one's cheerfulness to lapse when the outside world ...

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. — 27 November 1896

Xji I Beauty and the Bedst. A South American puma lion, tliu fiercest animal of lliat lialf of lh hem isphere, i» the pet of little Mlsa Biliel Cui'zon, tho 1 "i-N'Ucir-old daughter o£ Captain Henry 1''. Curzon, Into of Her Majestiy's Korviee. Damon ij a iii:sleek anil sdlken haired spc-ciincn of his tribe. He was born throe years ago among tlic pam pas griiisa region of South America that is known locally au La. I'ampa. Curzon for years ha« been in that country as the representative of an English Hjmlieate. He arrived in Phil adelphia the other clay accompanied by hiB daughter, and the puma came with them, making the long journey in cage thai vus carried in the baggage car. "Damon Is the dearest creature— next to pupa—earth." said Miss Ethel to a reporter. "He aaved my life, and tbo debt of gratitude 1 owe him can never be repaid." "Damon in a puma'," saiil the cap tain. "Here in Pennsylvania the early settlers knew his congeners under the RKNMm ppw WMM N MM MM MM/MM- iP:W' mm W JF...

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. — 27 November 1896

Foot wear: Misses' Shoes, JSizes 11 to 'J. ist to Get Acquainted. ... Some merchant* give roses, some givojl'oandy, some me tiling and some another. In order to introduce ho people to come, in and get acquainted, we are joins to make an effort through jour pocket *o on S a a a a November 28th and 30th, NO FITTING AND NO EXCHANGING. OTHl-.lt SHOK STOKE! 515 East Locust Street. Directly after Thanksgiving we start |the lialt rolling in some out prices on •fct shoes that won't have to be pointed $3 nit before pabple can set them. Sain SFt pie prices and everything just as ad vertised. Men's Best Patent Leather Shoes Washington put brains and energy into hN work, ami the school under his nian agement has grown from an institution with oho teacher and thirty students to one witn twenty teachers and three hun dred students. The property, which is worth £08,000, consists of -"10 acres, and is provided with a blacksmith shop, brick p.* yard, printing oflice and several large -folioo! buildi...

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. — 4 December 1896

'V rr Jl® '7,: W & Iowa State Bystander. tVBUSHHD BYBBT TODAY BT TBM BY' ITAVDBB PUBLISHIKS OOMPAVY. Office—3 it) wbul Fifth St. orriciAL paper or tub afbo-amuucav FBOTBOT1VB ASSOCIATIOH OFIOWA. •fflOAli FAPBB OF THB MOST WOMr •raPFUL UNITED BAITS LOSM or IOWA, A. r. A. M. TZBMS or STOBCBIFTIOW. One year $1.00 Biz month*... Three months N rabjst edvao d. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Bend money bj postotflce order, nosey erdar, express or draft," to Thc Iowa Stays 0T8THJDBB Publishing Company, Communication* mnst be written on one •Id* of tbe paper only and be of Interest to the public. "Brevity la the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manusoript Balese accompanied by postage stampe. 'All correspondence and communion must be signed by the persons writing •w rfamo. Ail entertainments, concerts, festivals, •te., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cente per une for each insertion. Lists of presents for annivers...

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. — 4 December 1896

**j 'W*. Ww W, VOL. 3. |i Iowa State Bystander. »VBU»HXD BVKBY »BNAT »T TBS IT* STASDBB PTJBLISHIH# OOMTAXT. Office—3 wbst Fifth St. OFTICIAL PAPER OP TUB AVBO-AMBBIOAJI raOTKOTIVK ASSOCIATION or t0WA. •MOIAL PAPKB Of THB MOST W0» amrvuz. UNITED QBAKS LOOM or IOWA, A. r. A. X. TKB1IB or SUBBCBIFTIOY. On I)W.. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by postolflce order, money order, express or draft, to T« IOWA BtiQ BnfiHDii Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written on one •Me of the paper only and be of Interest to •tas public. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript •nless accompanied by postage stamps. O* All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, •te., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per Une for each insertion. Lists of presents for anniversaries, weddings, etc., will be charged extra. IOWA'S LEADING COLORE...

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. — 4 December 1896

fv l?'J ictf^.k+p'Vj BY it,±~ 5 6 STATE BYSTANDER. BY8T4NDB& fUBUSHINO Uf ftj' Prol. made i-r.his "crime. vn Oa BBS XDOTB, IOWA To really haven"model world, indus try ought to be as contagious as Idle* ncss. It is easy, enough to get up ft code to control thehabita and morals of other people. A majority of mankind know llttU heyond what they, learn frpra, theii business. You can never cultivate flesh noi .^jjomfort by comparing what might hav S^been with what is. Prisons will never lack tenants so Jong as the genera) public pays hom' v&ge to successful rascals. Now that a bear has been shot in Lake View, Chicago has certainly es tablished a reputation for being the most cosmopolitan city on the conti »^mU By a recent order Boston policpmen are prohibited from leaning against "any upright object during working oours. It is intended that they shall .keep-straight. Probably no man ever took a hold ftp more coolly than did the Chicago bartender who was forced to retire to the ic...

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. — 4 December 1896

Bp if W$ fMi lp^ ijW" -mp if 1611 STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING CXX & 4' lkartender who was forced to retire IO the ice-box while the thieves ff£tC£' :ured their plunder. %-vW-ffl^ The bottle manufacturers announce 'Cl y,' fihat the price of bar bottles will prob- :,b'y 1 t'.Jr* ... vTOir*?5.: ktfz,- y,)? 1 1975, as a republican,-taking his seat ti^aving titelthof Maj^^^^g^evfiMtly horri jt|arch.jy'sensitive at the idea of being «very Wought up in eourt. The magistrate On theMtteing his sensitiveness and thinking hHi dut^ coold I'®81 punish him by means ot it, sentenced him to Btand up in iV- .corner of the courtroom for half an 'hour with a placard on his back giving duUes ^js which tiarfwll namc pnhis 'crime." made It has been commented upon as bomewhat strange that in the year oi ... massacre In Armenia no man of that in mj^ountry has risen to the stature of hero, gathered around him a band o'. his countrymen and, if nothing bet iter, died fighting.- There is much ...

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. — 4 December 1896

'"f^p^^j- 'i: ip tm $• r, tm ifn SVSA •}f^ $Ssfc LIS tfi'V' 'IP $$^ ~Y.A T-JP SATED '"»!l^W,?).' MR. JOHN ARTUS RELATES A JtVt! REMARKABLE 8T0RY. '%:',^a!.-. ij ?J It Firmly Belle* o« That tho Cl« of D* Williams' Fink VUlt Bared Him Fro* Ut« Grave. Prom Bulletin-Journal, Independence, Iowa. John Artus Is one of the oldest and most respected citizens of Independ ence, Iowa. He Is a large contractor and was tor years Superintendent of the masons and plasterers during the building of the Iowa Hospital for the Insane often having as many as 260 men under his charge. Said Mr. Artus to a reporter recently: "I had for years been troubled with rheumatism, often being compelled to keep ii:y bed for weeks at a time. I •ought relief from home physicians, but In vain. At times I suffered so severely that I was all but dead. Had often heard that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were an almost Infallible cure for iriy ailment, and at the suggestion of a friend began to take them. Thank God I aid so for f...

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. — 4 December 1896

nr. •1\ 4 m ... lis 1 fe'- sa$ §§R®v' 1V- ivf In linen for hemstitching is done with greater ease if the fabric ia Boaped. Make a dry lather and apply over the space with a shaving brush, and when the linen is dry the threads will pull out much more readily. If you have a spare window in a cool room try growing petunias. Take up small garden plants before they are frost-bitten, put them in good earth, and trim them, removing all buds. Placo them in a cool room with plenty of sunlight and kept well watered. Be fore many weeks one will be amply repaid for 'her trouble. An old housewife says that codfish skins can be used as a good substitute for egg in settling coffee. To prepare It for use scrape the outside of the skin and pick off the fish flesh from the other side. Then rinse the skin In cold water, cut it into pieces one inch and a half square and dry them. One piece of this size is sufficient to settle coffee enough for sii persons. Dr. Kay's Lung Balm is tho safest, surest and ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 December 1896

W*-r ijf.iWjWp *1 mm •fx -m-. I •t erZ eat. A i,one P'*W •V dl Sille4 Danu L. Hoi Griniti to sell for in Underwear) Bargain. Suit Bargain. •i-rm-i.. oertaiiijv ihan ,ir mid Vdll Jill •Wlll.'ll \:Hi the Mri'iu-v abutter •sold thrci! satisfaction, township, a so much m.) -and arc -jr township a dollars sell n: ing J. ftamps. sent for one and found it use ful, 1 showed it to my Iriends, and mad« Sl:5.C0 in two hours, taking orders lor tht n|M)on. 'J'lio I'ook spoon is a honseholi nccessily: it cannot *lip into the dish ot cooking vessel, bf-ing lielit in place by iiook oil the back. The spoon is some thing Hint hf'imokeepus have needed ever since spoons were !iit invented. Anyone ••a" grt sair.plf by sending ten 2-ccnl stninps to Mis* Fritz. This is a spleudid waj to ui.'iki money around home. «*S^W8JP Reliable dlitlitrs. The Place to buy (Urn* Choice $10 Suits, The Overcoats and Ulsters wo sell fit $10 00 fita the best in several respects—the making and linings— Price this In Our Chil...

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. — 11 December 1896

fe7- 9/ 1 IX'.-, ap£- T( if*v "k* rj«u VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. FT VOSUIUD KVHY VTLDIT *T IB CTJJTOKB FP»U*Hnf COMT4JT. Office-S 16 West Fifth St. OVJ1CLA.li PAFIB or tol illO^ilOBIOif riOTKOTlVK ASSOCIATION OF TTFI. •mout rAPXB or tn kor *o» LIORRUI. UNITKD OBA.IO) LOOM OV 5» IOWA, A. F. A. M. TBBMS or straacairrio*. On* year H-J® Bis months 2 (km months All subscriptions payable! adrgnos J. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. .Sand money by poatotfic* erder, aoMf •rder, express or draft, to TU IOWA BRXTA BTtTANDia Publishing Company. Oommualcatlons miut ba written on caa •Ma of the papar only and ba of lataraAto IkapnbUa. 'Brtvi«rir1ftrlofil *@t wi^,v rwasinber. We will not return rejected manuaerlpl udess accompanied by postage stamps.' QF* Ail correspondence and communica Uoatmutt be signed by the paraona wrltlnc the sane. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, ate., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of ft cent* per Una for each in...

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. — 11 December 1896

®*Sl w,j JlCf.xi A 19.. Ittt MESSAGE. K#I* rl fcj»Si fcfi] 1 •''v. 1 PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL REPORT TO CONGRESS, yz. kf fe Mi]« V-: tk* CnM At the outset of a reference to the more Important matters affecting our relations with foreign powers, it would n«'AW:a1?ord me satisfaction If I could assure the congress that the disturbed con ditlon in Artnww—i.--» fiuflnrr j, the past year, assumed a lesshliaeous^®**®*"' iy and bloody aspect, and that either as a SrT—^Consequence of the awakening of the Turkish government to the demand of t£! humane civilization, or as tha result of decisive action on the part of the great n-tlons having the right, by treaty, to mmz But they fc&5fe'V:'-: SUBJECT &i4 4k Washington, D. C., Dec. 7.—Presi dent Cleveland to-day transmitted his annual message to congress. Con densed, it is as follows: To the Congress of the United States: —As representatives of the people in the legislative branch of their govern ment, you have assembled at a time when the str...

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. — 11 December 1896

K_ r? «v Mf :M 19. .-i b*» MESSAGE. r- PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL REPORT TO CONQRE6S. OIAU wll XTKKT ICWICT O* HATIOHAL WMIt. Wmm Sp^ka' CtM* of th« To the Catu Iuwcento Treated at 8onae I*n*th-H«*otUtlon» «ttk Byala for Amtooomy—V*Un« on tht Flit at Spate Ml*ht Invito Our latavfereaee—Th« Armnlu Outr*|ei —TarlS and Finance—A Boaft tor the sW S i*7\ l! -:i-v"'.: v1'- •''.' Washington, D. 0., Dec. 7.—Presi dent Cleveland to-day transmitted bis annual message to congress. Con densed, It is as follows: Congress of the United States: —Aa representatives of the people in the legislative branch of their govern­ ment, you have assembled at a time when the strength and excellence or our free institutions and the fitness of our citisens to enjoy popular rule have been again made manifest. A political contest Involving momentous conse quences, fraught with feverish appre henslon, and creating aggressiveness mo Intense aa to approach bitterness and passion, has been waged througn out our land, and det...

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. — 11 December 1896

J: -n jjHWftra. tijjfffuta* 3K, 1 V»n t&y If vmf lC$pjwd*»liU?^, Ki'*» i^»4,u 1« WWI, MU«r 1 ,' «!j: e,t a?A.^,v m.wsa n« (a «»^7w ft,, IVI &.". jtk Tij oulv, w»U *oVt«$¥* 112*48 oboitiK^rtOK «», UwpoXmV 1 1 ," .i bu»k, Mr, Ctaittiy, ttiat i^tiU.v UMw3tu4^ "tlwrm no r?i^sw to \\\u-, vt.H HiUdwaUte. H«»* 1 I did. 1 bantflit tx.v and twik $ \ai» h"fciMuv iititi thw wiUumt any iV »iul uft?r few il.-iyf, to Vrt.V %*V»n,t MU^rlsr, thofoii'.h \v»s g-^ti\?," '*f^u Ua\ts uco I h«i(« snr- ch'ros^ I lyHSi "fiut irtUlil^l'jTtnd rot]t Jiot !f«V ttiPUi i« }e$ -Moln* ftntl I Sent tctU N^KU'vn riftiC" Of Jlh'. H, tl, KFty Co,, aavti yenir Jjfo. -Ofiici' au'w MiVrtijib Dr. 11. J. Kay ilii'nl (W'^'Aiejjn •feljii-fl) quiahfl- "NiJtj. ^Vt»rt "'•IrvHs'fi'! 1 1'** *4,^ V'1! -1A iN(t^fM|fMshitetn^-it ,.t) ,»!?') ii)ii •,-/« I^. 1 ]J fiof^el^r tt# tt III' 1, k4ii#wifc. UWtii yuH httvu t»ii) i$((uinti jjuwiiut. i'&tfe i.v. '.v'.Vx »•-, .J 1 rinB t?~N 1 ili- Z'Mhli JWb," ,'ifi Utv -i tyirj (,'ui...

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. — 11 December 1896

"r 11, *f wRf* in isr 1 -1 IA" 1A A f- at \i-' PT, l^"l V" Excellent Farming Lands A Good Fruit end Farming Region Now Bothor Sottlod. Tbla tract at land 11M la tba Eastern part I nA M«.*« «i -..4 .« t«r the itaU. Tkt soil is a rioh, prodoo 'IT#ofiu4jr loam Thlv dlatriot la Tax** has plenty of rainfall for crops, ail oaa of the uacMiltle* la order to secure a Rood farm is to hart land that lays smoothly and haa high enough altltndo for perfect drainage. which can bo aaourad in this tract, aa it ia a amooth rolling prairie, lying on tfc« dirlda between the San Bernardo and Colorado Rivera. Thia diatrict haa a mild, delightful climate, enabling you to produce sdnie-i thing almost each month in the year. An-, other great advantage ia that through this tract there are two linea of railroads, and within the limits of thia tract, which, i* twelve milea North and South, and eight mile* East and Weat, there are two towns located, one on each road, which gives spe cial advantages to any farm...

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. — 11 December 1896

lP« E lJ *1?1 SS^Bte P' th •s 4 '^C.sV'"'' ••••v''\''."••'') k~' For Fa 4 Tinseled Crepe Draperies: Per yard Aj Denha, Figured: Per yard. tVL rx f"Z -^or slippers. theblot feMlon or our. no horned ££329, ottt iSJfl SUf The Place to those Choice $10 Suits. 3v/.' •«.' —9 »-. to sell for $10.00. 4e»* Under,rear Bargains-Mi^ A. Suit I Bargain, mv h'\t *S In Oar 1 Department. 504? 506. 508 EAST LOCUST ST. China Silk: ,f Money to be saved on the Fancy Goods Ma terials as well as every other article in Des tomes' big? Department Store stock ... 18-inch yard, in all light shadings 8-inch! in pink, light blue and orange and all other shades. 50c W^ftF/oss, ]]. A. Sillcs inpaientJiolder*: dittotr-^ gOc dozen skeins, Filoand Koman, per dozen and bloody 7t( Filo dnd Aft Silica OODMQUCnCC. BSSISrlvHlvatlnn "gmjar* pcr• ssrsssir^st &>•* dMo" Ste —'-v bss «?»«, *£Ti» a. .. ^TAMQta MV *&», tygflw ta*pMMc **.-«» sc to «5ji^5Vga8fV.: FnnnrTnPi «t» 4th.of »|5!Sfc,^3k Spoon Free to A£' the l...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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