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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 11 June 1897

?HvI\' 'K^J DUC D'AUMALE'S LIFE. IT WAS ENDED BY A SHOCK OP GRIEF, prince of the House of Orleans Falls Dead When Told of tlio Fate of His Niece! the Duchess cl'Alencon—His Bomantic Career. HE Due d'Aumale, who was killed by the shack he suf fered when he was told that his neph ew's wife, the Duchess d'Alencon, had been burned to death, was a prince of the house of Or leans and a brother of the Due de Ne­ mours, whose son married the unfor tunate Princess of Bavaria, who per ished at the charity fair in the hue Jean Goujon. He was the most advanced of the proud family of Orleans, and might have been high in the councils of the republic had not his royal blood placed him under a ban. French republicans "o not like the sons of kings. D'Au ale was the fourth son of the late ing Louis Philippe. His mother was ueen Marie-Amelie, and the young uc was educated,as were all his broth rs, in the college of Henry IV. At is death d'Aumale was 75 years old. leaves an immense fortune, the ost int...

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 June 1897

Warn 0?SW I tl :-te m* 8t%-v lltt* G« Aij to br «ni kill thi pel vf cd. S»yl in ajj fleet ed lislu is tk and] Unil ~i and* lie IW g*r net 0.1' th«^ Moijp II' Ma T® tlie?! Su Ot I»UKK Dam I'O- CAMPFIRE SKETCHES. HOOD SHORT 8TORIB8 FOR THB VETERANS. A Way They Hin In tb* British Navy"—How the tailor* Bin Fan With th* Lord* of the Admiralty War Sketch e* mi A Vole* from th* Grave. HERE once wm pirate, greedy and bold, He leaps on the friendless as on a prey, And slinks, tail down, from the strong one away, The Pharisee's cant goes up for peace But the cries of his victims never cease. The stifled voices of brave men rise from a thousand cells while his ras cal spies Are spending their blood money fast and free. And this is the Christian to oversee A world of evil! a saint to preach! A holy well-doer come to teach! A prophet to tell us war should cease! A pious example of Christian peace! —John Boyle O'Reilly. "A Way They Have in the Navy." The commissioners of the admiralty were making...

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 June 1897

J''s FOR HIS PETS. SNAKES l! DANGLE HAS A QUEER POWER OVER SNAKES. H« Like* Them Better Than Birds anal They U*e Hlai—Picks Up the Slimy Crawler* In Field or Roadway and Carries Them to His Snake Colony. IRAM Dangle, a 17 year old boy, whose home is lUi near Warrensville, Pa., possesses a queer power over snakes, and as a result of his ability to catch and han dle the reptiles, he makes snakes his pets. Hiram, how- ever declares that his power is noth ing more nor less than a lack o£ fear, land that his kindness toward the snakes after they are in captivity Itames and pacifies them. But imagine la boy walking up to a box of snakes, Ppicking one or more out with his [hands, letting them crawl about his I arras, feeding the horrible creatures I with his hands or stuffing them into Ibis pockets. Yet young Dangle does [these very things with the slimy rep Itiles, and seems to think nothing of Jit. A reporter called at the Dangle •home recently, where he found Hiram •mourning the loss of...

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. — 11 June 1897

W 9 t' 1 tion«| I' «wii- 1 mail A Heiffefe 18ery Mai am Mo| TLIERR mixi IM ISiSt \&ll I,Hi.l^'.«¥*»r. v-f -fVr y* twwV1 SV^jl w? THE QUAY AT VEVEY. (gf^s=^ course, I am go ing to the hop to night," sayB Mrs. bows absent-mindedly to an English girl who walks briskly by them, armed with a tennis racquet. "I may hope for a few dances, then?" be questions. "A few?" arching her delicate brows. "I know you dance awfully well. But the American colony talks so in Ve vey." "They have nothing better to do,' answers Dick Templeton, glancing con temptuously at the many idlers along the quay. He Is too lately from college and the active life of American summer re sorts to feel himself at one with the Americans who lead a purposeless, care-free existence in the little Swiss towns which dot the banks of Lake Geneva. "The people here do nothing," he re iterated, the contempt in his voice deepening. "Some of them study," murmurs the widow apologetically, lowering her parasol slightly. Then she a...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 11 June 1897

iv" '*. ,, .. ».-"' WOMEN OF NOT*. lira, McKinley presented to eacfc of the young ladies In her party who at­ tended sir. 1 When the queen, oow In her 71th Lear, ascended Che throne, the poke lhonnet was the most characteristic fea Iture ot The fuchsia Is named after Leonard Puchs, a noted German botanist The begonia was named in honor of Begon, a French patron of botany. The name of jasmine is preserved rith little change from the Arabic, smym. The gladiolus is only "a little sword," this being the Latin form of the ex pression. The English name of lilac Is almost Unchanged from the Persian name of lie same flower. A GOOD THING tor Women to Remember. That in addressing Mrs. Piukham they ^re communicating with a -woman—a wo nan whose experience in treating woman's Ills is greater than that of any living phy sician— male or female. A woman can talk freely to a woman vhen it is revolting to relate ler private troubles to a man—besides, a man does rot aderstand—simply because he is a m...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 11 June 1897

V»* C5 WO Cil wbl fckirs fl« busi & bof aif .. FRIDAY, JUNE 11. RACE ECHOES. J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. J. G. Bergen, the well known veteran concert manager, died suddenly on Monday afternoon May 18, while taking a batli ir Everard's Turkish bath estab linhment, 28th St., Indianapolis. Ii was as manager of musical enter* tainments ot a high order that Mr. Bergen was best known. For more than two decades he de voted bis efforts to concert work and signal success was the result of his labors. The largest audi toriums in the U. S. upon uiany occasions were inadequate to ad oommodate the large throngs that would gather to hear the best artists the race had produced. Mr. Bergen was twice married. On Nov. 6. 1896, his first wilt died. On Dec. Is of the follow ing year, he married Miss Flora Batson, who is one of the foremost singers of the race, and for nine years the names of no two people were more familiar to Afro-Ameri can music lovers than theirs. Unfortunate...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 11 June 1897

vv' ,hi peat fleet mail IU ha li ark 03&£.i I'* Ds FRIDAY, JUNE 11. RACE ECHOES. J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER J. G. Bergen, the well known veteran concert manager, diec suddenly on Monday afternoon May IS, while taking a bath in Everard's Turkish bath estab lihbment, 28th st., Indianapolis. It was as manager of musical enter tainments ot a high order that Mr. Bergen was bent known For more than two decades he de voted his efforts to concert work and signal success was the result of his labors. The largest audi* toriums in the U. S. upon many occasions were inadequate to ad commodate the large throngs that would gather to hear the best artists the race had produced. Air. Bergen wa3 twice married. On Nov. 6. 1896, his first wife died. On Dec. Is of the follow ing year, he married Miss .Flora Batson, who is one of the forernosi singers of the race, and for nine years the names of no two people were more familiar to Afro-Ameri can music lovers than theirs. Unfortuna...

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. — 18 June 1897

a W iX-JSh Iowa State 1 gstander J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER Four tiooii Harlieri. I'lgtrn aid I.ivadrjr (IHce Wilson I larton's Barber Shop, COII. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS OES MOINCS, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIII CUTTING a Specialty. EVEIiVTHlNO KlHST-CLASS. PRICES MODERATE. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS £9*° We have made arrangements Hrwhereby we can give our readers EFThe Chicago Weekly Inter lyOcEAN and Iowa State Bv- S^stander for one year at only HFVB1.50. Now is your time to get Efoneofthe best Weekly Newspa |t#"pers in the United States. This iyspecial club rates only lasts a S^short time, so send in your orders H^ftt once Dr. Edward Jons'sow, Office over 607 West Walnut Street, Residence, 782 West 9th St. Oftioe Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 5 p. ni Sundays 12 to 1. Catarrhal troubles a specialty. Mrs. M. H. Fields expects to be in Des Moines in July. Harry McCraven is running the elevator at the Kirk wood house. Mr. E. £. Stanton, ot the Aborn Houce barber ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 June 1897

VOL. 4. fowa iiate lysiander J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER, I'oar Uootl Kirbtri. t'igtri Hi tawdry OWce Wilson I iarion's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS DCS MOINCS, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAnt CUTTING a Specialty. EVEUYTHING FIRST-CLASS. PRICES MODERATE. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS BP We have made arrangements HP3whereby we can give our readers EPTHE CHICAGO WEEKLY INTER LYOCEAN and IOWA STATE BV lysTAXDEit for one year at only K?*$1.5(). Now is your time to get Wone of the best Weekly Newspa IWpers in the United States. This ISTspecial club rates only lasts a l=ar~short time, so send in your orders HPat once. DR. EDWARDF JOHNSON, Office over 607 West Walnut Street, Residence, 782 West 9th st. Offioe Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 5 p. ni Sundays 12 to 1. Catarrhal troubles a specialty. Mrs. M. H. Fields expects to be in Dcs Moines in July. Harry McCraven is running the elevator at the Kirk wood house. Mr. E. £. Stanton, ot the Aborn House barber shop, has ...

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. — 18 June 1897

J2 Ife re os-v 65^' I- to STATE BYSTANDER. BY BY8TANDER PCBLISlilNa 00 bbs Moms, xowi Nobody will be surprised at tin charge that a Brooklyn pastor hyp notizes members of his congregation. Many pastors have long been accus tomed to putting some of their audi tors Into a deep sleep. The anti-high hat law has reached the Pacific coast. Doubtless in a few years no feminine hats will be worn in places of amusement. If woman could but realize the truth that her own beauty exceeds that of any art of the milliner, no ordinance would be necessary to enable any one to see a piay. The gospel of self-help was enlarged by a new chapter when Booker T. Washington recently addressed an au dience of his own race. "There isn't much that we get in this country without working for it," he said. "I remember a story of an old negro who wanted a Christmas dinner, and pray ed night after night: 'Lord, please send a turkey to this darkey.' But none came to him. Finally he pray ed. '0 Lord!2 please send thi...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 June 1897

sm* vis lost Control of Her Nerves. 4 HELPLESS, PAINFUL CONDITION. From tto Tribune, Minneapolis, Mian. It Is said that the present generation is living in an era of nervousness. Som attribute the cause to the climate of our country if there is an atmospherio effect it certainly is the least of the causes that pro duce nervousness. Tho great freedom en Joyed by the American people Is in a large measure to blame for the high-strung con dition of our nerves. There is rustle and hustle on every hand. There are excursions, picnics and long journeys. We work days and plan during the nights, and in our hurry we bolt our food, sleep with irregu larity, with seldom a thought of our nerres. MRS. C. H. GCLSB. Mrs. C. H. Guise, of 410 Central Avenue, East Minneapolis, had the misfortune to suffer constantly from nervousness, and her trouble was aggravated by want of sleep. Night after night of sleeplessness had created a worn out condition and she some times would jerk and jump unconsciously. ...

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. — 18 June 1897

h« on .j^V t^Sfrr.. iew $T pflRW^T fc. fe&ijS FRIDAY, JUNE IS. RACE ECHOES. Blind Tom, the famous pianist, is now living in retirement on the 1iighl»nds of Nauvesick, on the New Jersey side of New York bay 'Arid tor several years he has lived there in ease and comfort with his 'gtfardiiin, Mrs. Eliza Lerehe, who -Was appointed ten years ago by justice Anderson of the supreme court of New York, as committee "Of the person and property of the blind musician. She was the widow of John G. Bethume, who had charge of Tom for many 'years, and he, now grown to be an old grayhaired man, was given into her care only after a egal struggle with her father in-law, James N. Bethume.—Leaven worth Herald. Wichita has the finest public school buildings of any city of its size in the world. Her corps ot teachers are unsurpassed any where, and no distinction what* eve is made on account of racc, color or previous condition. All children are alike to our teachers. Everybody is satisfied with the pr...

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. — 25 June 1897

rY! s'KtSS is Sundays 12 to 1. Catarrhal troubles a specialty. Mrs. E. T. Banks has been quite sick this week. Mr. W. W. Smith, o( Otluimva, ar rived in our city Sunday. Jas. Poindexter, who lives on Nlnth-st., la not very nuich improved at this writ ing- Mrs. William Ca'landcr is regaining her health slowly after being confined to her home since the early part of test A sad shooting nfrail1 occurred last Tuesday afternoon. Herb Martin shot his wife, Cora Afartin. Jealousy was the cause of the rash act. She cannot re cover. Rfiss Mud Williams of 21st and Center sts. is quite ill Miss Effie Jackson has gone to Okoboji, where she intends to spend about two months. Mrs. J. E. Bell and daughter, ot Rock Island, 111., arrived in this oity this morn ing. She will spend a few weeks with faer mother, Mrs. E. Davis, of Tenth and High-sts. Miss Susie Strang!)ter who was taken to the Mercy hospital last week to un dergo a surgical operation, is some bet ter at this writing. Mr. J. H. Jetl, who...

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. — 25 June 1897

81 fr. feffl rwui -1 p?1* fisi, V? fes JHT •stfO (W«K¥ »v pinan PUBLISHING OOb 2E8 KOIKES, IOWA CONGRESSIONAL, SBKATK. -•.«•,:• Washington. June 18.—The tariff bill came to a bait in the senate to-day, legs than one page of the flax schedule being disposed of. The debate drifted into po litical channels, Senators Baron, Vest, Jones, of Arkansas, and Tillman taking part in an exposition of the democratic doctrine on the tariff. It led to several lively exchanges, daring which the clean ing of political ''dirty linen" was frequent ly referred to. SENATE. Washington, June 19.—The day wis rendered noteworthy in the senate by the defeat tho finance committee on four important paragraphs in the flax, hemp and jute schedule of the tariff bill. These were the paragraphs relating to floor mat tings, plain jute fabrics, burlaps and cot ton bagging. The democrats were enabled -J to carry their points against these par s', ngraplis by the assistance of the stiver republicans and populists and b...

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. — 25 June 1897

fc.ii 1 ,"?T iunw 1 V' "''w «j v- 1 •. tt» H, 1 llOWA CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOREH3 iThe Darlington Route I* the Official Itouto To the San Francisco Convention. The Iowa C. E. special train leaves Omaha at 6 p. m. Wednesday, Juno 80. Through tourist sleepers. Btopovors at Denver, Colorado Springs, Manitou and Salt Lake 'City. Endoavorors and their friends who 'take this train are guaranteed a comfort able journey, fine scenory (by daylight) and first-class equipment. '.Lowest rates ever known: $2!J.60 Omaha to San Francisco. $32.50 Buu Francisco to Onaha. Correspondingly roducod rate* from points in Jowtt. Berths reserved and descriptive matter mailed on request. AVrite to A. L. Kinzer, Lyons, la., or J. Francis, GenU Pass'r Agt., Burlington Route Omaha, Neb. A negro woman recently passod an exam ination by the Louisiana Board of Medical 'Examiners and is iiow«lieensod to practice medicine. A GREAT SAVING. »«.»v a 4»»N VIIO-VI J, UIUIIU' factured by the American Chicory Com pany, of Omaha,...

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. — 25 June 1897

I€| in a IB pi 1 lislu is th and Uni^ fA» nmc si FRIDAY. JUNK 95. RACE ECHOES. *,, A' colored man lias "been elected Ifoster of a white. Masonic lodge in New Jersey, v' WRi Mrs. Booker T. Washington the wife of tlie negro educator, not only teaches in the institute at ^Tnskegee, but helps many of the poorer dnsd to put into daily prac tice the principles taught there. Mrs. Jennie Pearson enjoys the the distinction of being the first colored woman juror. She served in a case a few days ago at Den ».ver, Colorado, and was honored Pvi.fi'.'S ... 7 by being made foreman. Prof. E. Williams, of Medford, Wisconsin is the only Negro cir cus owner in America. He em ployes seventy-five men, and owns two hundred head of Arabian ponies and horses. -.OTl'UMVVA ITEMS. Mr. Geo. Shaw and sister, of Centerville spent Sund*y in our city. Mr. S. returned home Monday, but his sister will stay for two or three weeks visiting relatives and friends, The I. B. W. met at the home of Mr. Page they transacted...

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. — 25 June 1897

2$\ ct itj zycl\ *h re ionf ishljl th| ndf nit- i«ve=j ias ion| rriii 3 r. FRIDAY. .JUNE 8. j|ffj| RACE ECHOES A'colored man has "been electec Master ot a white Masonic lodge in New Jersey. ^u*1.- 1-M*" Mrs. Booker T. Washington the wife of the negro educator, not only teaches in the institute at Tnskegee, but helps many of the poorer claw to put into daily prac tice the principles taught there. *'C "Mrs. Jennie Pearson enjoys the the distinction of being the first P® colored woman juror. She servet in a case a few days ago at Den ver, Colorado, and was lionoret j?j£. by being made foreman. Prof. E. Williams, of Medford Wisconsin is the only Negro cir cus owner in America. He em pjoyes seventy-five men, and owns two hundred head of Arabian ponies and horses. ORI'UMWA ITEMS. Mr. Geo. Shaw and sister, of iv Centerville spent Sunday in our city. Mr. S. returned home Monday, but his sister will stay for two or three weeks visiting relatives and friends The I. B. W. met at the home of Mr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 July 1897

Jowa Itate lystandei J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER Foir Gooil llarber*. t'igirg lad Laundry Office Wilson & Barton's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DE8 MOINCS, IOWA. OHiiiDBEN'a HAir Cutting a Specialty. EVEUYTHINO KlIiST-CLASS. PttlCES irfoDEHATK. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Sooiable on Tuesday evening at A. M. E. church was well attended. Call aud see our new summer shoes. W. T. White, 50G Walnut strsct. Mr. John F. Blagburn made a business trip to Boone on Monday last. Booker T. Washington at tho Chautau qua on the llace Problem, July 9th. Mr. Geo. Morton will leave next Mon day for Minneapolis, on a pleasure trip. Mrs. Hoy, who is at the bedside of her niece in Leon, Iowa, reports her better. H. lakes S„ Clay returned home from the on last Saturday, lie reports a de lightful time. Screen Doors, Windows, aud Lawn Mowors at cost to close them out. Daw son's hardwate, Fifth street. |Miss Bertha Grider returned to her home in St. Joe. Monday...

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. — 2 July 1897

Koar Good Burlier*. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Sooiable on Tuesday evening at A. M. E. church was well attended. Call and see our new summer shoes. W. T. White, 500 Walnut strset. Mr. John F. Blagburn made a business trip to Boone on Monday last. Booker T. Washington at the Chautau qua on the Race Problem, July 9th. Mr. Geo. Morton will leave next Mon day for Minneapolis, on a pleasure trip. Mrs. Hoy, who is at the bedside of her niece in Leon, Iowa, reports her better. H. Sa Clay returned home from the lakes on last Saturday. He reports a de lightful time, Screen Doors, Windows, and Lawn Mowors at cost to close them out. Daw son's hardwate, Filth street. |Miss Bertha Grider returned to her home in St. Joe. Monday, alter a pleasant yisit with her cousin, Miss Selma Stanton. The young men tendered Mr. J. H. Jett a farewell party last Tuesday evening, at the residence of Clias. Woods, on Crocker ,lr Mi«s Cora WhiCe, accompanied by little Guie and Douglass Miller will spen...

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. — 2 July 1897

I (MV ri ilfliiW^*j^PfitiTTiIMTiyiiiif^i»iWT hBjfttfrifjHttljlWihftTttr ^kv I te !f & IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDBB PUBLISHING OCX DBS XODTX8, IOWA 25SSSSt The name of the city girl who asked .ier uncle, "which are the cows that ire beef tea," has not been announced. James Six of Logansport, has been arrested for having seven wives. And they actually propose to punish him further. The government is now responsible nn letters sent by registered mail, but only to the extent of $10. Uncle Sam don't take many chances. The Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr., will lc.cturo at the Chautauqua meetings at Fairmount park on "Fools." Will the usual "Admit One" be printed on the tickets? Gilbert Parker, the dramatist, has teen in turn a Canadian bear-hunter, a dramatic critic, an editor, a novelist, and a playwright. He is still on the right side of Ave -and-thirty. When Senator Hoar arrived in Washington from Boston last week a reporter said to him: "So you have been presenting the Mayflower log ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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