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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 May 1897

A a* ex tm fore.. "7 tlon .Ct i\ lKc i» Loviit-v01' divcct South./ lc»' o. rnt OEMS OF THOUOHT. The great rule of moral conduct la, next to God, to reaptct time.—L*vaUr. He li the freeman whom the truth makes free, and all are slave* beald*.— Cowper, The beet augury of a man's suceete In his profession Is that he thinks It Is the finest In the world.—George Eliot. All flimsy, work 1s, ought shallow and auperflclal in fact, a lie, of which a man to be ashamed.—John Stuart Blackle. The man who, improving In skill and knowledge, improves In modesty, has an undeniable claim to greatness of mind.—Seneca. No nation can expect to prosper and become great without ardent and de voted patriotism it is irresistible, un conquerable, universal.—Acton. Serenity of mind is nothing worth unless it has been earned a man should be at once suspectible of pas sions, and able to subdue them.—J. Scott. No matter if you are hidden In an 'obscure post, never content yourself with doing your second best, ho...

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. — 14 May 1897

ft-' gfe:.c8Sa EASY TO BOY !EASY TO PAY ONLY -asenbusch's Hc & E. Hassenbusch, N. E. NINTH AND WALNITT Open Evenings nnl.il 9 in. DES MOINES RAILWAY TIME TABLE 0 IS. r. & P. GOING EAST, Arrive Depart Cliic-itfc T.milled 8:2i'pin J*"1' Night i.xjiress 12:85 pin r.MOpm lav Kxprtjut 4:a0pm '-.iilWpin fi :59 am ::w aui Fasl Mail Hoc I Islam) |Ai:cimimodntiim R. I. & P..JG OJ KG W EST. Denver Limned Chicago Limited Accommodation lm O W —MAPI.E USAF-NORTH. fhi & St Paul Limited 8.4'pm *9.00 pm l' G. W-—MAPI.K LEAF—SOUTH. Kansas City Limited ,7 i«15S Day hxpress r'»m XCxprc**s i.Nipnt 8. lopin Knovrlton to Des loine« 8 CW aiu WAUASil RAILWAY. Si Loir* u.10 am *fi45pm KKOKL'IC & WESTEKN. Xn 1, Mail and Express 6.35 pin No .'i. Express ll.aUaw 1) N. & W.—FONDA LINE, AIM rains daily except Sunday. __ Fonda Mail and ilsnrei.s l.w 3 S0 pm Sioux CH-7-l nda Limited...pm 8.4o pm N. & W-.—BOONE LINE. Sioux city 5.:«iam 9.10 pm Mall ami Express T*:W pill 7.W am liooneMai)...

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. — 14 May 1897

itL VSV- 4*W* TO I w. I & EASY TO BOY EASY TO PAY TUC ijric i.\ kib SL W v¥t Sis &y ONLY WAY You'll ever be able to furnish your house as ... it should bo furnished jJfivV §gjs to buy the turmsli ty'ings on easy pa\ merits 'JVovn %r HPasenbu8ch'8 A tew dollar's down. Take all the goods. Use them as you pay the balance in regular small payments to suit your means. once Furniture Cur pets Stoves Begin at Kef rigrerators Bnby Carriages Mailings I^uis & E. Hassenbusch, N. E. NINTH AND WALNUT Open Evenings until 9 p. in. DES MOINES RAILWAY TIME TABLE c.. a. i. & i' (iOING HAST, Arrive Depart Chicago Limited S.Aipm *9..jipni NlBht Kxprens U' -i- ])in -W.lQpui Day Kxpra** -t-° I"" 'p,!1 Fast Mail fl..»0am llocl lslamt ccominodiitinn -w aui r'.o It. I. it P..IGOJNO WEST. Tlenver Untiled «m| *9:35 am \'ii{tit- Limited Express .5.30am -3.J.-tani Dav Kxnress. 11 a«i pm Fast Mall II :10 am KEOKUK & DKS MOltfF.K Kliuro Expvewi 10.10 am ft-.iOpni Keokttli Kxpres* 1 .JJ^OI .jOa...

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. — 21 May 1897

|jowa State Bystander. tar 7^. All correspondence and communica tions mu*t be signed by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, feativt ete., for which an admission fee is uhargt will be published at the rate of 5 cents line for each insertion. Lists of present! for anniversaries, weddings, etc., will te eharged extra. Four (Jooil lUrlM'rt. Cigars aad I'SMUilry Office & ETpers in the United States. This iyspecial cltib rates only lasts a kHTshoit IOWA VBLUHID KVIBT IHISiT BT TBI BY* 8TASP1B PCTBLUHIKB OOMTAWY. Office-316 West Fifth St. OVriCIAL PAPER OP THB A.FRO-AME8ICA* PBOTKCTIVB A8SOCIATIOH OP I6WA. OVPICXAL PAPBB OP THB KMT WOB •HlPrVL UNITED QBAITD LOMB O* IOWA, A. P. A. M. TKBMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Om year 11.00 Biz months 71 Three months. N All sBbsoriptfons payable adyanct J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by poatotflce ordsr, nonay #rd«r, expreM or draft, to Tac IOWA STAXB BTSTANDEB Publishing Company. Communications mnst be wr...

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. — 21 May 1897

ifs*v VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. PUBLISHCD ITIIT fllDiT BT TBB IT* BTAWPEB PUBUSHIKS COMfAHT. Off ice—316 West Fifth St. iriOUL PAPER OP THE AFKO-AMERICA* PBOTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OP I6WA. "•ftfCIAZ. PAPEB OF THE MOST WO« aHIPFUl. UNITED QBAJTD LOMI or IOWA, A. r. ft A. U. TEBMI or StTMCBIPTIO*. fae jrear H'jJ "i month*.... ._ree month*. W All aubeoriptloaa payable* draaw J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. I. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. £s£2 Band money by poatoffice ordar, «oMf iar, axprasa or draft, to TAI IOWA BTIQ ratiNOEK Publishing Company. ^Communication* mmt be written on OM to of tha papar only and ba of interact to ka publlo. "Brevity ia tha aoul of wit," emember. W'a will not raturn rejected manuscript snlaaa accompanied by poataga ataape. HT All correspondence and coniinunica ftiona must be signed by the persons writing |tba aanie. All entertainments, concerts, feetiv '•%, "eta.. (or which an admission fee isobar#, will ba published at the rate of 5 cente line for each insertion. Liats of...

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 May 1897

a wWPr' On,I*A#V\.3% NmTCGAfttftV. El 4"'J vr I 4, r% lOWJfeSTATE BYSTANDER. |,Y BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00. lu* sxs Monro, 'WffWPTWfll1!, 1 IOWA J,"1* JL-XJ. ', —Ul Th« garments of salvation are nol cut In the world's tailor shops. Those who get the most satisfactory views of the Airship arc those who look through several, glasses. The advertiser, who pays his bills promptly in the one to whom the pub lisher Is willing to grant favors in the matier of position. A genius has discovered a way of making buttons out of milk. Buttons made out of milk would probably be found well adapted to go with watered silk. It is the opinion of many that Russia IB at the bottom of the trouble between Turkey and Greece. Russia has her weather eye on Turkey. Agents of the czar! arc said to have provoked the mas sacres of the Armenians—merely for ef feet, Russia don't pretend to want the entire earth, but she does want Turkey. Watch her try to gobble it—when the time comes. The South Australian farmers, "...

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. — 21 May 1897

The Hartsville Collet?*, situated ville, In PROP. ALVIN r. JunXABT. A reporter recently called at this famous teat of learning and was shown into the room of the President, Prof. Alvin P. Bar nabv. When Inet seen by the reporter ProL Barnaby was in delicate health. To day he was apparently iti the be3t of health. In response to an inquiry the professor said: "Oh. yeB, I am much better than for some time. 1 am now in perfect health but my recovery was brought about In rather a peculiar way." "Tell me about it," said the reporter. "Well, to begin at the beginning.-' said the professor, "I studied too hard when at Fchool, endeavoring to educate myself for the professions. After completing the common course I came here, and graduated from the .theological course. I entered i» mim«trv. ntnl wivntp1 lie charpp of jiuit .KIIUPII Feminine Superstition. Mi6s Wiggins—Do you really think wo men are superstitious about Friday! Mr. Higgins -Certainly. If Uobinson Crusoe had been a woman that bla...

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. — 21 May 1897

nf* V" SES HOIHES RilLWty TIM TABLE I!., R. 1. & l'.,i ulNti KAST, '», Arrive Daiwrt Chicago LlmUtfd.,. ,^. ... 8:9iipm *V:!Wpm Night l&xprvM 18:8ft |m *l9:40pni l»«y EzpraM 4 :M1 pm *ft:00 piu Put Mall «:M«tu Rock Inland (Accommodation 7:30 am (SC., R. 1. & P.JGOlNG WEST. Denver Limited ...8:«0»m| *8:35am Night Limited Kxpresa a:30am *»:S5»m laf Express ti:ft-tM|.*IS:lipni Fast Mall 11:40am KEOKUK It DES MOINES. Eldoo Kxpreii .10:40 am (i.so pm Keokuk Kxpress 4:ii am 7:30 am DES MOINE & FT. DODGE, Rnthvea Mail and Eipress...A.SO pm I*:I0 Pm Vnn and Ft. Dodge 10:311 am 4:45pm Minn-gt J.ouls Ex pin 7:00ain St Paul-Minn. Flyer. 8:30 am »:»U »m WINTERSKT BRANCH. Accommodation 7:00pm 8:30am Malt 10.45 am 5.05 pin C. 11.4c Q. A 11Ma Pasaenger 13.» pm *3 SO am PMila Express 8 00 pm 8,.»am Albla Accommodation 7.00pm *7.00am CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. Sioux CI ty, N. & W 7..V. pm 7.30 am Cbicago«u(l ElmoreKx lO.iBatu 4.9}P" Niffht Kxpri'sx UMftpiu *».«»pm Dakota Limited...

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. — 28 May 1897

Lv- VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. IVtUIHID KVEBY VBISAY BT TBI BT* IUNDIB PCBUiglM COMPAWT. Office—316 West Fifth St. •ITIOliL FAP*B OP IHl irBO'iVIIIOAl PBOICOTITB ASSOCIATION Of 16WA. OFFICIAL PAPXR OP IBI KOII «0B IHtflVL UNITED 8 BAUD LONI OP IOWA, A. P. A. M. TXB1IS Of lUBSCHIFTIOX. On* year II# Bix month* TB (kni montba All subwriptlons p»y«Mil a adranct J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Bead money by poatofflca order, mohtf •rdar, azpraaa or draft, to SYSTANPEB TIB IOWA STJ^B Publishing Company. Communication* mnst ba writtan on OH lido of tha paper only and ba of interest to the publio. "Brevity la tba aoul of wit," renumber. VVfa will not return rejected manuaoript •nleaa accompanied by poatage atampa. BT All correspondence and couuuuuica tlona must be signed by tbe 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 present...

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. — 28 May 1897

p. DM XOXYE0, i&k BYSTANDER BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00k &v« CONGRESSIONAL. Republicans will present amendments to I be finance committee and if they are re jected, will go to a enucus, which is to be jalted on each schedule. SENATE. W ashington, May 'St.—Tlie president sent the following nominations to tbe senate: Kdwm H. Conger, of Iowa, as minister to Brazil Brigadier General John It. Brooke, to be major general. A resolution by TetMgrew, of South Dakota, was agreed to asking tbe president for information relative to the Union Pacific and Central Pacific, amount of dividends, the execution .if the .Sherman act. etc. Cuilom intro duced a bill for the complete revision of the interstate commerce law. The tariff bill came up and Aldrich stated that it was his purpose to keep the bill continuously before the senate to the exclusion cf ail other legislation till the business was fin ished. He then entered into a lengthy address in favor of the passage of the senate bill. He was...

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. — 28 May 1897

r't [jpfllJIIWIIl^JWPPNIljjWPPw!^^ FOREIGN NOTES. Electric jaunting cars are run from Brighton, England, to the neighboring points of interest. Italy had 10,450 white troops en gaged at Adava of these 3,097 were killed in the battle. At kbnjica in Herzegovina a sanctu ary of Mithra was recently discovered, being t!#! first ever found in the Bal kan peninsula. Dr. Nobel's will, turning nearly all his property into a fund, to further the advancement of science, is contested by the late inventor's relatives. Lc"« don is suffering from a brick famine on account of the building boom in the suburbs. In the last few weeks bricks have gone from $2 to $3 a thou sand above the normal price. Cyclists are urged to celebrate the queen's jubilee by overhauling the milestones throughout the United Kingdom and seeing that they are put in place, painted and correctly lettered. Gerome, the painter, has sent a re markablo equestrian statuette, one fifth the natural size, of "Bonaprrte In Egypt" to the...

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. — 28 May 1897

ffe fj r»c t. •f^tr '81 DAY, JULY 28'. RACE ECHOES llffA-n-• exchange says that Pau X»aurenc3 Dunbar ate dinner with *V}necn Victoria last week. Charles H. Hall lias been ap pointed postmaster at St. Nicholas, 1$Fia. It is said that Capt. Judson Lyons, Georgia's national repub lican committeeman, an Afro American, will be Atlanta's next 'fa postmaster. .Mr. Johnie Patterson, a bright l'*y8img colored man ofTopeka, has been appointed stenographer in the office of the Probate Judge in that city.—Elevator. Nashrilie enjoys the distinction of being the only city in the South in which its largest morning daily lias a regular correspondent on its staft' who is a colored man and en joys all the courtesies and privi *ieges of white men holding sim ilar positions.—Colored Ameri can. The Gilmer Kilks, an Afro American Militia Co. of Mobile, Ala., is said to be the finest com pany in the Soith. I After putting the boys through a most rigid in spection recently, Col. Price Wil iains, Jr., of th...

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 June 1897

T* ::?.\ vqrtv-v V1 Iowa State Bystander. PUBLISHED KVKBT niDIT BT THE BT' STANDEB FOBLMglW COUP AWT. Office—316 West Fifth St. Or?IClAL PAPER or TUB AFRO-AM KBICA* PEOTKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OP l6WA. OFFICIAL PAPKB OF THB MOST WOa- SBIPVUL UNITED QBAND LOMI OF IOWA, A. F. A. U. TEBMS OF SEBSCRIPTIOX. On* y*ar W5® Biz month* 2 Three month* W AH aabecriptlona payable advanc*. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHlEPARD. MANAGER. Bend money bj postoiBce order, nottf order, ezpren or draft, to Tax IOWA STAVB BTSTAXDEB Publishing Company. Communication* must be written on on* •Id* of the paper only and be of intereat to th* public. "Brevity 1* the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manu«oript unless accompanied by poitage stamp*. C3P" All correspondence and communica is must be signed by the persons writing same. |AU entertainments. concerts, festivals, for which an admission fee is charged J1 be published at tho rate of 5 centa per Ifte for each insertion. Lists of. present* fo...

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 June 1897

SVMVI fear 3&"5j IB ft m&U fc g0SMi£3 mmi mw% *y tr l5 F* i.' Kii mm v. & Ji!' IS m: 'MA or B9MIONAL, \W ""1 v"t Isii *Wi iV^.V rtl el 5" 4c- yf%rS" -J1 |m|%'f^l "1 s#s ?g •x- -*i Mwltttiw for j3|®f^B||PPtWfrlWP' tsofripaoulatloa by (ockMdM to idTUN speculators.'• as ile of the twrUl MIL It ..,___ «L.Jtq .1 ho rohaailtteo o«oon expense*. The tariff bill vu taken nn» fMpm made that whm it IMI'MMi Vest Mid mon progresahad made is three day* than In three during tbe consideration of the Wnklt|tMi, Xijr ify »I¥i|1Im i§ -tW iff Ml! in the senate jfeaa chocked today, plateglass paragraph ^proving* source controversy luting throughout the day. remit, little morekhajia yag« ol the liraaditpoeedof. Tl|e finance committee without difficulty ft resisting amendment* from democratic ibem of the commin^ j|)tltna(fe.JM^ was debated at great length, gen severely criticised the bouse for inaction on important matters and niade the point that cpngrow was not now i£ session, in accordance ...

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 June 1897

TWSHffil'-f!:* 'WW!" UVCat dire su w. 'QWm W'sl*t**A v.£ Mi. IfpSsSs Jqfiftt,' IU' HI I awai".*! 1 w. On® Prof. R. 8. Bowman, the able Instructor it natural science in the famous Hartivillf, (Ind.,) College, is well and favorahlr known, not onlj as an educator, but also as a minister of the gospel, as for a num ber of yeara lie was pastor of the United George Was Shrewd. '"Maud—Why has Lillian given' up wear ing rational costume? Did George object? Ethel~Oh. no he said he approved of it, -•auseit would prevent her attracting Jtber •A, Prof. R. S. Bowman, Instructor of Natural Science Martsville College, Cured of a Severe Illness by Dr. Williams1 Fink Pills for Pale People After Physicians Failed, Brethren chnrrh at Charlottn, Mich., be fore coming to Hartsville. ^p5 s:- •^•r. m01. R. BOTVMAS. Borne time ago he had a severe illness which was'cured almost miraculously. A reporter hearing of this, interviewed him retarding his experience. Prof. Bowman was in the midst of his work when ...

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 June 1897

JS^ajK* J* mt frm iHR Iam p.*.- |v: FKtDAY rtACEECHOES. If Thedeep&t geld mine in the w«ftl& if -M Eureka, Csil., and is 2,290 (ip*t deep. -The deepest •it?er mine is at Canon City,, and hat ft deptfi 'of 32J00 feet. Colored wheelmen of Kansas Oiljr, Mo', have organized a bi cycle.clitb, and tlie Omaha colored wheelman, numbering about 150. are contemplating the organiza ^tion ofooe.,.., ,, ... ff^It is said that the colored men's Protective league of Oklahoma represents orer 60,000 colored people. Governor Rentfrow has appoited J. Turner of Oklahoma City and G. S. Gurrin of Kingfisher as re g^ntsflfthe Normal and Agricul tural college for Negroes at Langston City "The memory of Col. Ilobert Gon'd Shaw, the leader of the first Atro- American regiment, is about to be hoppred in Boston, when a bronze tablet to his meinary was unveiled May 30. Col. Shaw was killed in 1P63 while fighting on the ramparts of fort wagner.—Ap peal. Birmingham, Ala., has a color ed shoe company and a...

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 June 1897

Ikte •IS ts AM irnibit^DLr 28. rlACE ebttOEs! Th« detest geld mine in the wotld ill nt Eur*ka,Cal., and is rV 2,290 deep. Tho deepest •ilter mineia at Canon City,, and has a deptfi 6f3p300fcet. Colored wheelmen of Kansas Citjr, Mo*, have organized a bi eyclrclnb, and tl»ofOmaha colored wheelman, nutabtring about 150. are contemplating the organiza on on 3 7 9 It Jifl said tbatthc colored men's Protective league of Oklahoma represents orer 60,000 colored people. ^Governor Bentfroir has appoited J. Turner of Oklahoma -City and G. S. Currin of Kingfisher as re gentiflfthpNormal and Agricul tural college for Negroes at Langston City v—..... ITUC memory of ,Col. llobert Gon'd Shaw. the leader of the first Atro- American regiment, is about to be koppred in Bosten, when a fE bronze tablet fo his rnemary was unveiled May 30. Col. Shaw was killed in 1863 while lighting on the ramparts of Ibrt wagner.—A p pca«- IHrmingham, Ala., has a color ed shoe company and a Penny Savings Cank, both of wh...

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 June 1897

.1 vk A ./'? r1 Attend the MoMillan Jewelry Auction sale every afternoon. Quite a number of colored people attend ed the High School commencement last night. Mrs. Julia Taylor left Tuesday evening for Chicago, where she will spend two weeks visiting friends. Mr. Oscar Crocket and her sister, Miss Tinsel! will leave this week to visit par ents and old home in Kansas. Mr. E. T. Banks andtt. J. Holmes' pic ture, as members of the Bystander com pany, could not appear this weak but will oext. Now is the time to buy jewelry, cheap, ,t iction on the first floor of the Van IOWA Four flood Barber*. CtgirK sail Unirjr Ofllte Wilson & Barton's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DCS MOINKS, IOWA. Children's HAtR Cotting a Specialty. EVEKYTHISG KIUST-CIjASS. PRICES MODBIIATK. IOWA'S LEADIDfi COLORED PIPED. CITY NEWS EFWe have made arrangements iy whereby we can give our readers EPThk Chicago Weekly Intkk tyOcEAN and Iowa State By- EF'stander for one year at only GO 1.50. Now is your ti...

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 June 1897

Four flood Barbers. Cigar* aail Laaadry Offlfe Wilson I larion's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DCS MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING a Specialty. EVBKYTRING FIRST-CLASS. PRICES MODKUATE. IOWl'S lEtVMG COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS B^We have made arrangements GTwhereby we can give our readers BTTHK CHICAGO WEEKLY INTER GPOCEAN and IOWA STATE BY EFSTANDER for one year at only EF°$1.50. Now is your time to get EP*one of the best WeeKly Newspa BTpers iu the United States. This EF^special club rates only lasts a short time, so send in your orders 13^at once DR. EDWARD JOHNSOX, Office over 607 West Walnut Street, Residence, 782 West 9th st. Oflioe Hours: 9 to 11 a. ni., 2 to 5 p. Sundays 12 to 1. Catarrhal troubles a specialty. Attend the McMillan Jewelry Auction sale every afternoon. Quite a number of colored people attend ed the High School commencement last night. Mrs. Julia Taylor left Tuesday evening for Chicago, where she will spend two weeks visiting friends. Mr. Oscar Cr...

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 June 1897

f, r* tM $ fa 1 )em k: Pi .feJt mm mm BHMMTOiW'JlPVfh'W^ #w re^T- flSftff*, jv &L IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. 8T BY8TANDBR PUBLISHING 00^ SIS MODTBS, IOWA A family named Luck got stranded lat St. Louis and had to be helped out 'by the Provident Association. The pulpit is not getting ready to Tush orders for Mrs. Stanton's "Wom an's Bible," which is to be completed next month. The police are looking for a glossy stranger, who, while pretending to sell starch sold bogus drafts in every town between S,t. Paul and Seattle. Beware of starch agents who desire accommo dations. The "gold brick" dealers are start ing in this spring in fine style. Sales iiave already been made in Ohio, In diana and Missouri, while one man In Macon, Ga., has paid $11,300 for two, the actual value of which is what they will bring for scrap brass. This coun try is still a great field for the fool killer. The savings bank at Radcliffe, Iowa, has troubles of its own and its late cashier is now basking in the cool re...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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