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ORDINANCE NO. 279 ....
An Ordinance Establishing Certain
Grades on the Streets and Alleys
Hereinafter Named in the City of
Denison, Iowa.
Be It Ordained by the City Council of.
the City of Denison, Iowa:
Section 1. That the grades at the
.points on the streets hereinafter
named above the datum plane as estab
llshed in the city of Denison, Iowa,
eiiall tye as follows:
At ttfe intersection of Washington
and Prospect! streets:
Location Feet
Northwest curb corner 238.0.
|i Southwest curb corner 237.5
Northeast curb corner 238.5
Southeast curb corner 238.0
At the intersection of Washington
4' and Benefit streets:
Northwest curb corner 214.5
Southwest curb corner 213.5
Southeast curb corner 217.0
Northeast! curb corner 218.0
At the intersection of Washington
and Church streets:
(Northwest curb corner 188.0
iSouthwest curb corner 187.0
Northeast curb corner 191.0
Southeast curb corner 190.0
At the intersection 6f Washington
and Tremont streets:
Northwest curb corner 171.5
Southwest curb corner 171.0
•Northeast curb corner 171.5
VSout(heast curb corner 171.0
At the intersection of Washington
and Broadway:
Northwest curb corner 163.5
Southwest .curb corner W2.5
Northeast curb corner 163.0
Southeast curl) porner 162.0
At the intersection of Washington
and Chestnut:
Northwest curb corner 146.0
Southwest curb corner 145.0
Northeast curb corner 145.0
Southeast curb corner 144.0
At the intersectjion of Washington'
and Walnut:
.Northwest curb corner 134.0
.. Southwest curb corner 133.5
Northeast curb corner 133.0
Southeast curb corner 132.5
At the intersection of Washington
and Vine:
Northwest curb corner 112.5
Southwest curb corner 111.5
Northeast curb corner 112.0
Southeast curb corner 111.0
At the intersection of Washington
and Railroad:
Northwest curb corner 101.0
Southwest curb corner 100.5
Northeast curb corner 100.5
Southeast curb corner 100.0
On 'Broadway 200 feet east of the
east) line of Locust:.
North side 188.0
South side 187.5
.. On Broadway 160 feet east of the
east line of Washington:
Worth, side, 163.0
South side 1*62.5
At the intersection of Broadway and
Jefferson:
Northwest curb corner 165.0
,1 Soutjhwest curb corner 164.5
'Northeast curb corner 165.5
Southeast, cur cofj^er, 165.0
At the intersection of Broadway and
Hodges:
Northwest curb corner 180.5
Southwest curb corner 180.0
Northeast curb corner 181.5
Southeast) curb corner 181.0
At the intersection of "Broadway and
Arnold streets':
Northwest curb corner 195.0
Southwest curb corner 195.0
Southeast curb corner 195.0
•Northeast curb corner 1A5.0
Broadway 200 feoty east of the east
line of Arnold:
North side 191.0
South side 191.5
At the intersection of Broadway and
Seagrave:
Northwest curb corner 184.5,
Southwest ourb corner 185.5
Northeast curb corner 183.5
Southeast curb corner 184.5
On Seagrave 150 feet south of the
south line of Broadway:
Cttrb grade 180.0
On Chestnut 200 feet east of the
east line of iLocust:i
/CUrb grade 160.0
On' Chestnut 160 feet east of the
east line of Washington:
Curb grade liorth side 141.0
Curb grade south side 140.5
At'the intersection of Chestnut and
Jefferson:
Northwest curb corner 140:5
Southwest curb corner 140.0
Southeast curb corner 141.0
Norlfueast curb corner 141.5
At the intersection of Chestnut and
Hodges:
Northwest curb corner 153.5
Southwest curb corner 153.0
Southeast curt) corner 153.5
Northeast curb corner 154.0
At the intersection of Chestnut and
Arnold:
Northwest curb corner 155.5
Southwest curb corner 156.0
Northeast curb corner 156.0
Southeast curb corner 155.5
At the intersection of Chestnut and
Seagrave:
Nortihwost curb corner 159.0
ISouthwest curb corner 158.5
Southeast curb corner 158.5
Northeast curb corner 159.0
Railroad street at the east line of
Jefferson:
North side 98.0
South Bid® 97.5
Dyer street 160 feetl south of the
fiototh line of Broadway:
West side 195.5
East side 194.5
At the interaction of Dyer and
Chestnut:
Northwest curb corner 187.0
Southwest curb corner 186.5
'Norijpie^st curb corner 185.5
Southeast curb corner 186,0
At the intersection of Dyer
Walnut:
Ntortliwest curb corner 160.5
Southwest curb corner 160.0
Northeast curb corner 1*60.0
Southeast ourb corner 159.5
and
A{1 the inteflsectlon of Dyer
Vine:
Northwest curb corner 125.5
Southwest curb corner 125.0
Northeast curb corner 125.0
Southeast curb corner 124.5
Nomhwest curb corner 101,5
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Midway between Vine and
I road 113.0
At the intersection «rf Dyer a^d
ii Ttailroad:
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Southwest curb corner 101.0
NortheaBt curb corner 101.5
Southeast curb corner lOl.n
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At the intersection of State and
Dyer:
Curb grade 93.0
At the intersection of State and
Anthony. 91.5
At the intersection of State and
Hoppin 90.0
At the intersection of State and
Howard 89.5
On State 300 feet west of the west
line of Howard 90.0
At the.C. & N. W. crossing on State
street, ea&t side, 91.3
On Chestnut 160 feet west of the
west line of Main 177.0
At the intersection of Chestnut and
Anthony:
Northwest curb corner 1&5.5
Southwest curb corner 195.0
Northeast curb corner 195.0
Southeast curb corner 194.5
At the intersection of Chestnut and
Hoppin:
Northwest curb corner 196.5
Southwest curb corner 196.5
Northeasit curb corner 197.0
Southeast curb corner 197.0
^.t the intersection of Chestnut and
Howard:
Northeast ourb corner 186.6
Northwest curb corner 186.0
Southwest curb corner 186.0
Southeast curb corner 186.5
On Chestnut 210 feet west of the
west line of Howard 165.0
On Chestnut at the east line of Ben
ton 136. 2
On Walnut 160 feet west of the west
line of Main 155.5
At the intersection of Walnut and
Anthony:
Northwest curb corner 172.0
Southwest curb corner 171.0
Southeast curb corner 170.5
Northeast curb corner 171.5
At the intersection, of Walnut and
Hoppin:
Northeast curb corner 182.5
Northwest ourb corner 183.0
Southeast curb corner 182.0
Stouthwest curb corner 182.5
160 feet west of Hoppin sitreet:
North side 182.5
South side 182.0
At the intersection of Walnut and
Howard:
Northeast curb corner 179.0
Northwest curb corner 178.5
Southwest curl) corner 178.0
Southeast curb corner 178.5
On Walnut 110 feet west of the west,
line of Howard 168.0
On Walnut at the east line of Ben*
ton 131.0
On Vine 200 feet east of the east line
of Locust:
North sdde 130.0
Sbuth side 129.5
On Vine 300 feet east of the east
line of Locust:
North sid© 128-0 •,
South side 127.0
On Main street 373 feet north of the
north line of paving (162.0
Saiunders street at. the east lirje of
Pine 215.5
Saunders street at the west line of
High 244.0
Park street at the intersection of
Park and Church:
NorthwestT curb ^)rneF 324 0. j?
Northeasit curb corner 234.0
On 'Park street 160 feet mofth of the
north line of dhurch 223.0
At the intersection of Park and Ben
efit:
Southwest curb corner 211.5
Southeast curb corner 212.0
Northeast curb corner 211.5
Northwest curb corner 211.0
At the intersection of Pine and Ben
efit:
Southwest curb cornen 227.0
Southeast curb corner 226.5
Northeast curb corner 226.5
Northwest curb corner 227.0
At the intersection of Pine and Pros
pect:
At the southwest curb corner and di
reotly opposite 218.5
At the northwest curb corner and di*
rectly opposite 218.0
At tho intersection of Pine and
Saunders and directly opposite 215.0
Pine at the south line of Updike:
East side 212
West side 212
Benefit street at the west line of
Pine 229.0
Beneifit 150 feet west of the west line
of Pine- 22^.0
Benefit 100 feet west of the west line
of Park 210.0
At the intersection of High and
Saunders:'
•Northwest curb corner 244.0
Southwest curb corner 244.0
Southeast curb corner 244.6
Northeast curb corner 244.5:
Porth west corner curb corner 101.5
On High street^.73 feat north of the
north line of*Saunders.
Bast side 238.5
West side 238.0
On Church ^opposite the center line
of Park street 223.5
At the intersection of Church and
Sweet:
Southwest curb corner 224.5
Southeast curb corner 224.5
On Church opposite the center line
of Sweet 225.0
On Church opposite the center line
of Pine 228.0
At the intersection of Church and
Locust:
Northwest curb corner 216.5
Southwest curb corner 217.0
Southeast cufb corner 216.5
Northeast curb corner 216.0
How'a'Thl$?
Wi offer One Hundrod Dollars Reward
tor any cas$ of CatttrHr that cannot ba
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been t»k«n
by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty
flve years, and has boeom*- known a# the
most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Med! „lne aots thru the Blood on
the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol
son from the Blood and healing the dis
eased pofrt&ms.
After you have taken Haul's Catarrh
Medicine for a short tlnte you Will Bee a
great improvement in your genera)
health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine at once and g$t rid at catarrh. Send
'0£.-!*"c^§fe]sV JTcO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by .all Druggists, 78c.
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At the intersection of Tremont and
Locust:
Northwest curb corner 219.5
Southwest curb corner 219.5
Southeast curb corner 219.0
Northeast curb corner 219.0
On Tremont 100 feet west of the
west line of Locust 221.0
At the intersection of Tremont and
Exchange Place:
Southeast curb corner 193., direotly
opposite 192.5
Southwest curb corner 192.5 directly
opposite 192.0
At the. intersection of Prospect and
Mathewson:
Southeast curb corner 207.0 and direct
ly opposite.
Soi
outhweet curb corner 206.5 and direct
ly opposite
On Prospect midway between Math
ewson and OJaddin 195.0
At: the intersection of Prospect and
Gladdin:
Northeast curb corner 171.0
Southeast curb Corner 171.0
Southwest curb comer 170.5
Northwest curb corner 170.5
(Prospect at the ealst line^ of St.
Louis 130.0
At the intersection of Anthony and
Vine:
Northwest curb dorner 128.0
iSouthwest curb corner 127.0
Southeast curb corner 127.0
Northeast curb corner 128.0
Midway between Vine and Railroad
111.5
At the intersection of Anthony and
Railroad:
Nlorthw^st curb corner 99.5
Southwest curt) corner 99.0
Southeast curb corner 99.0
Nbrtheast curb corner 99.5
At the intersection of Wall and
Pleaisant:
Southeast curb corner 138.0
Southwest curb corner 188.0
Nlorthwest curb corner 137.0
Northeast curb corner 137.0
At the intersection of Benefit and
Wall:
Southwest curb comer 104.0
Southeast curb corner 104.5
In the alley in Block 58 at the south
line of lot 7 extended 216.1
On East Walnut street 160 feet east
lot east line of Main street:
North side 189.5
South side 189.0
On Bast Walnut street 190 feet west
of the west line of Locust:
North side 145.5
South side 145.0
'^ine street 250 feet west of the west
line of Locust street:
South side 132.0
Nlorth sdde 132.5
Vine street
160 feet west of the west
line of Main:
South side 125.0
North side 125.5 V=
.Vine street 160 feet west ot the w«fst
jine of Dwyer:
South side 130.01
Nortel side 130.5 :.
Seo. £. -,'AU ordinances and parts, of
'ordfaa&cest in:,conflict wijfe this ordi
nance ar$ hereby repealed.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be In
full force and effect immediately on
and after Ite passage and' publication
as provided by law.
Dated thij^astih
I9i9.
Attest: W. H. LAUB,
iE. B. Tucker, Mayor.-
City Clerk.
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On Park 180 feet north of the north
line of Benefit:
Bast sid® 212.5
West s^ile 212.0
At the intersection of Pine and
Church:
Northwest corner curb 228.5
Northeast corner curb 228.0
CHARTER OAK ITEMS
Mrs. Ada McWllliams, of Sioux City,
was an over Sunday guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Joliiii Jones.
Mrs. Harry Lang and her daught&r,
Mrs. Alice Gray, came Thursday for
a visit in the homes of Chas. Robert
son and Asa Jones.
Mrs. J. M. French and daughter,
Mary, are away on their vacation, go
ing from here to Atlantic to visit Mrs.
C. C. Sturges. and from there to SpaUld
ing, Neb., to visit Mrs. Geo. Hanigan
an^ her young son.
Mrs Catherine Maisn and daughter,
Miss Grace, are in Des Moines fair a
couple of months while Miss Grace
takes special work under one of Iovjra'g
most noted musical instructors.
Miss Katie Fouts and her aunt, Mrs.
Ida Qeechler, niece and sister of Alex
Rogers, Were Charter Oak visitors last
week.
Mrs. Olive Routzong and her daugh
ter. Miss Vida May^ visited Mrs. Wm.
iMarr In Arion last Saturday.
fl^rs. M. S. Torrey left Wednesday
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Quit Heat Wken
Kidneys Bother
Takt'a Gla^ of Salts Before Breakfast
If Youf Baok Hurts or Bladv
••.fpy- dec is Troubling You
No toan or woman who eats meat reg
ularly can make a mistake toy flushing
the kidpAys occasionally* says a well
known authority. Meat forms uric acid
which excites the kidneys, they rbe
conle overworked from the strain, get
sluggish and fail to filter the waste and
poisons'from the blood', then we get
sick. Nearly alt rheumatism, he».dL
icHes, liver trouble, nervousness, diz
aineas, sleeplessness and urinary dis
orders come ironf. sluggish kidneys.
Tiije moment you feel a dull ache in
the'kidneys or your back hurts or if
the/urine is cloudy, offensive, Hull of
sediment, Irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding, stop
eating meet and get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from any pharmacy take
tablespoonful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast and in a few days your
kidney® will act fine.' This famous
ialts Is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice combined with lithla,
and has been used for generations' to
flush and stimulate the kidneys, also
to neutralize the acids in urine so itjno
longer causes irritation, .thus ending
bladder weakness).
Jad Salts is inexpensive and' cannot
injure makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep the
kidneys olean and active and the blood
oure. thereby avoiding serious kidney
e&mpllcatons,
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THE DENTSON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6, 1919
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for a visit with her brother at Benton
Harbor, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. €eo. Wallman and
children, of Sioux .City, were over
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louie
Greene.
Misses Bertha and Ella Carstens are
visiting relatives at Salem, S. D.
Mrs. Johii Thomson' left Friday for
a visit with her brother at Osceola.
Fred Thejlmftn reached home Mon
day morning. He was discharged
some weeks agor hut went east for a
visit with his mother's people ljefore
coming home.
Miss Laurel Stucas was calling oh
hetf many friends hore last week,
W. H. Rledesel and family, of Greg
ory, Si D., and Reuben Riedesel and
family, of Ames, spent last week in
the hortie of Mr. and Mrs. Franz Rie
desel in-the'Oak.
Mrs. W. T. Gore, of Ironton, O., is. a
guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hansen.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A Ludwlg and their
son, Clarence. Mr and Mrs. John
Schaffer, all of Oto, and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Mercer, of Coos Bay, Ore., were
'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Routzong last
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mercer had
made the entire trip from their home
on the Pacific coast by auto.
Mrs. Paul Mildner and children left
Saturday morning for their home at
Wayne, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. C.! 'P. Hoefer autoed to
Castana Sunday and spent the day
with a niece of Mrs. Hoefer.
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BOCK GROVE ITEMS
Miss Alice Mower, of Sioux City,
is the guest trf Mrs. Paul Weatherbjr
for a few days.
The Henry Hulsebus family held a
Teunion at their- home Wednesday eve
ning in honor of a cousin recently re
turned from service. Many families'
were represented and a royal feast of
ice cream and other goodies was par
taken of.
Albert Sc'iweisow is tearing down
the bam on the rear of his lot and will
bnlld a fine garage there.
Thursday Ernest Hulsebus and oth
er relatives started overland to South
Dakota, the cousin who recently re
turned from service going with them.
Mrs. Ernest 'Hulsebus and children
spent a few days with relatives in the
country during the absence of her hus
band.
Saturday Evening Mrs. Paul Weath-"
lerby returned from a short visit in
Sioux City.
Mr. and Ban Hetnphill and
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daughter, Joy, also Robert Hird, of
Manilla, started Friday for Water
town, S. ID., for a two weeks' outing.
The Farmers Lumber company have
built some new and larger coal sheds
and are putting in a much needed sup
ply of coal.
Mrs. Andrew Anderson and daugh
ter, Helen, left Saturday for Albert
Lea, Minn., to visit relatives for a few
days.
Miss Gladys Welsh, who is visiting
her sister, Nellie Mallery, at Redfield,
S. D., writes that she is having the
time of her life.
Miss Mary Kehoe, of New Jersey,
is visiting at the home of Mrs. John
Griffin and family.
Mrs. Charles Zitnmer was quite ill
for several days last week and under
the doctor's care, hut was able to ride
to church Sunday.
Corp. John T. Griflin arrived in this
country August 1st from Coblenz, Ger
many, and was sent to. Camp Merritt,
from which place he will soon .be hon
orably discharged from the service }n
which he has spent nearly two years.
This will be good news to his many
friends.
Few Folks Have
Gray Hair Now
Well Known Local Druggist Says Ev
erybody is Using Old Time Recipe
of Sage Tea and Sulphur
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iHair that loses its color and lustre,
or when it fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless, IS caused by a lack of sulphur
in the hair.
Our
Bay* ijiM jtwp choice lots, 50x300 feet, facing lake
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office of
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Meat Estate and Loan Agent
SERVICE STATION
S & in he or a if ii
uthe
tolMi tm nU
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grandmother niade
up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur
to keep her lock® dark and beautiful,
and thousands of women and men who
value that even color, that beautiful
dark shade of hair which is so at
tractive, use only this old time recipe.
Nowadays we get this famous mix
ture improved by the addition of other
ingredients by asking at any drug
store for a bottle of "Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound," which dark
ens the hair so naturally, so evenly,
that nobody can possibly tell it has
been applied. You just dampen a
sponge or soft fcrush with it ahd draw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears but what
delights/ the ladies with. Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound is thait be
sides beautifully darkening the hair
after a few applications, it also brings
back the gloss and lustre and gives it
an appearance of abundance.
One choice loty 50x200 feet,
facing lake on East Hay ward
DenSsoa
Towa
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better.
Both are partly right and partly wrong.
We can show you some things that will
make your battery serve better and last
longer. At least drive around and let's get
acquainted.
Denison Storage Battery Co.
118 North Main Street
One Block South of Post Office
Bliesman Land Co.
We test, repair and recharge
all makes of storage batteries.
Our men are factory experi
enced men, and yourvhattery
will receive the expert atten
tion needed to assure you long
life from it. We also have a
rental battery for your car whilt*
we are recharging or repairing
your battery. Our testing and
filling service is free. Have you
bad your battery tested lately?
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RECREATION IS ESSENTIAL TO MAINTAIN
EFFICIENCY
That time-honored axiom, LAUGH AND GROW FAT, la
full of meat and excellent to. practice—provided one wants to
grow fat. -But here's a better one:
LAUGH AND. PRESERVE YOUR BALANCE
OF ENERGY
ckn't you" call to mind an occasion when af' fieifty liUqfi
saved the day from Impending, tragedy? Can't you recall a time
when, weary, worn and worked to a frazzle, you were saved from
a threatened breakdown by a few days of vacation?
IT HAS BEEN A BUSY AND STRENUOUS
SUMMER
You have worked like a horse in corn field, hay field, harvest
field, garage, shop, office or elsewhere. You are tired. You lack
the snap that characterized your work a few months ago. Yon
find it harder to come back after a long day's work. You don't
need a doctor—you don't need dope. You need.rest and a change
of Interests. A,few days at the- t]k
STATE FAIR
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you rnentally and put you back to 100 per cent, and you wtll
go back home keeni, cheerful and ready to tackle any sort of
a job that comes along in connection with fall work.
THE ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM IS THE
MOST ATTRACTIVE EVER OFFERED
TO
THE PEOPLE OF
BIQ WINNER OF 1918 TO RACE
AGAIN.
Floyd WHlnrdi auto race driver, won
Brst money, in fifty races Inst season
with his Monroe racing machine. Wil
lard is well known in Dos Moines, hav
ing raced hero at different times, and
expects to return again this year to
race at the state fair.
Wlllard will drive a Monroe again
this season. It is 150 horse power,
and while not so big and powerful as
some of the cars with which he will
have to compete, he counts ori getting
a share of the winnings just the sarnie.
If his success of last year can be taken
as a criterion he will certainly be lu
the going again this year.
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SECTION 1—PAGET TftREE
IOWA
2ATTLE OF CHATEAU THIERRY S
TWO COMPANIES OF GRAND OPERA SINGERS
GRAND INTERNATIONAL BALLET 7
THE THAVIU BAND AND SINGERS
THE HENRY BAND AND SINGERS
FISHER'S BURLINGTON BAND
ROYAL KEALAKAI HAWAIIAN ORCHESTRA
FIVE DAYS OF HORSE RACING
TWO DAYS OF AUTO RACING
EVENING HORSE SHOWS
/u JDAYLIGHT HORSE SHOWS
STOCK PARADES and TABLEAUX
'v HANKINSON'S AUTO POLO
AIRPLANE DEMONSTRATIONS
BALLOON ASCENSIONS
AIRPLANE-PARACHUTE ACTS
BALLOON-PARACHUTE ACTS
NIGHT AIRPLANE BATTLES
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OPEN AIR HIPPODROME
OPEN AIR CIRCUS AND VAUDEVILLE
THEARLE-DUFFIELD FIREWORK?
A Host of Other Features too numerous to mention—Bands,
Orchestras, Parades, Pageants, Drills, Contests, Sports. Qames,
Shows, etc., etc.
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Beautiful camp grounds where you can pitch your tent and
enjoy the great exposition In comfort and,at lelsuce,, $h4r&*
am in iv a 4
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
DES MOINES, AUGUST 20^29
SUNDAY DEVOTED TO MUSIC.
Sunday, August 24, will be one of
the most interesting days nt the Iowa
State Fnir this year. The day will be
devoted to music principally, both
vocal and instrumental. In the morn
ing there will be special Sunday School
exercises. In the afternoon and eve
ning concerts will be given In front
of tho Amphitheatre and In the'Stock
Pavilion. The Thaviu Band and
Grand Opera Singers will hold "forth
on the stand in front of the Amphithe
atre while the Henry Band and sing
ers will occupy the Stock Pavilion. aI
special low admission pribe has been'
made for that day, only 25 cents for
adults,
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