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With a sinking at my heart I rushed up to the American Consulate for details and there learned that the U.S.S. Des Moines was to sail in a few hours for Rhodes with Italian and Greek refugees and that I could go on her if I wished.

In a few minutes I had my permit changed for the trip on the Des Moines and I hurried home to my sister.

At last the boat got away, and five minutes later we were mounting the side of the Des Moines.

DES MOINES, IOWA218 4th St.E.M. FORD, Traveling Passenger Agent.

[Footnote 3: Of Deep Creek, Virginia; Pasquotank River, North Carolina; entrance of the river Teche, Louisiana; passes at mouth of the Mississippi, Louisiana; water tract between Lake Pontchartrain and Mobile Bay; Des Moines and Rock River rapids in the Mississippi; with a view to the location of a railroad from Charleston to Hamburg, S.C.] December 22, 1829.

If you both happen to know Mr. Smith of Des Moines, the Bromide inevitably will say: "This world is such a small place, after all, isn't it?" The Bromide never mentions such a vulgar thing as a birth, but "The Year Baby Came.

If any news, address me at Des Moines, Iowa, General Delivery.

"Yes." "In active practise?" "I have a Cure for Inebriates in Des Moines, Iowa.

However, the bad times always ended, and Florette and Freddy would set out gayly once more for Oshkosh or Atlanta, Dallas or Des Moines.

Kansas wanted him; Buffalo, Des Moines, Pittsburgh wanted him; Thurlow Weed telegraphed: "Send Abraham Lincoln to Albany immediately."

20.38 Des Moines.

L.M.S. 25 00 Des Moines.

Grounds, buildings, and equipment or the Des Moines University bought by Humanity Benefactor Foundation.

SEE LAWSON, ALFRED. <pb id='422.png' /> Grounds, buildings, and equipment of the Des Moines University bought by Humanity Benefactor Foundation.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, May 4, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, May 25, 1950) ยฉ 25May50; <pb id='601.png' /> AA154026.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, June 16, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, July 6, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, July 31, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Sept. 5, 1950) ยฉ 5Sep50; AA162084.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Oct. 6, 1950) ยฉ 6Oct50; AA164335.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Nov. 24, 1950) ยฉ 24Nov50; AA170690.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Dec. 1, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Dec. 19, 1950) ยฉ 19Dec50; AA170692.

Grounds, buildings, and equipment or the Des Moines University bought by Humanity Benefactor Foundation.

SEE LAWSON, ALFRED. <pb id='422.png' /> Grounds, buildings, and equipment of the Des Moines University bought by Humanity Benefactor Foundation.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, May 4, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, May 25, 1950) ยฉ 25May50; <pb id='601.png' /> AA154026.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, June 16, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, July 6, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, July 31, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Sept. 5, 1950) ยฉ 5Sep50; AA162084.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Oct. 6, 1950) ยฉ 6Oct50; AA164335.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Nov. 24, 1950) ยฉ 24Nov50; AA170690.

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Dec. 1, 1950)

(In Des Moines, register and tribune syndicate, Dec. 19, 1950) ยฉ 19Dec50; AA170692.

C'est par une suite des mรชmes sentimens qu'ayant vu, sur sa route, des moines dans lile Capraia, il fit contre le monachisme ces autres vers, que je citerai pour donner une idรฉe de sa maniรจre.

J.L.W. Des Moines, Iowa, May 1894.

" And by Christmas, somehow, miraculously, there they were, real New Yorkers; or as real and as New York as anyone can be who is living in a studio apartment (duplex) that has been rented (furnished) from a lady who turned out to be from Des Moines.

Richard, and James, and Melinda, and baby, and Eunice Plympton as baby's nurse, all went to Des Moines, and left the house so lonely that Andy lay flat upon the floor and cried, and his mother's face wore the look of one who had just returned from burying their dead.

But to see their names in print, to find something about Governor Markham in almost every paperthat was best of all, and Andy spent half his time in cutting out and saving every little scrap pertaining to the "governor's family," and what they did at Des Moines.

During the two years spent in Des Moines, James had devoted himself to the study of law, preferring it to his farming, and now he was looking out for a good locality where to settle and practice his profession.

She had met many highly cultivated people at Des Moines and other towns, where, as the governor's sister-in-law, she had spent more or less of the last two years, and as nothing ever escaped her notice, she had improved wonderfully, until even Mrs. Van Buren, of Boston, would have been proud of her acquaintance.

She had known sorrow, too; for in the cemetery at Des Moines she had left her little blue-eyed baby boy when only six months old, and her mother's heart had ached to its very core, until there came another child, a little girl, this time, whom they had christened "Ethelyn Grant," and who, on this account, was quite as dear to Richard as to either of its parents.

He was greatly honored and esteemed, I hear from a friend who spent a few weeks at Des Moines, and everybody was so sorry for him.

6.61 Des Moines.

Some were headed toward what was called "the Fort Dodge country," which was anywhere west of the Des Moines River.

5.85 2.50 Denver Republican (Sunday) ...................... 2.25 2.00 Des Moines Register Leader .................. Sun 1.25 4.00 Des Moines Register Leader ............. 6 issues 3.40 .80 Designer, N.Y. (F.P. 75) ................

5.85 2.50 Denver Republican (Sunday) ...................... 2.25 2.00 Des Moines Register Leader .................. Sun 1.25 4.00 Des Moines Register Leader ............. 6 issues 3.40 .80 Designer, N.Y. (F.P. 75) ................

.35 1.00 Farmers' Home Journal, Louisville ...... w Agri. .85 1.00 Farmers' Review, Chicago ............... w Agri. .90 1.00 Farmers' Tribune, Des Moines .................

1.35 1.00 Grand Army Advocate, Des Moines ............ b-w .65 1.50 Granite Monthly, Concord, N.H. .......... m Lit.

2.50 1.00 Iowa Homestead, Des Moines ...................

Iowa State Register, Des Moines .........

1.45 1.00 Midland Schools, Des Moines (n. .80) .........

DES MOINES (62), the largest city in Iowa, U.S., and the capital, founded in 1846.

MISSISSIPPI RIVER rises in Lake Itaska, Minnesota, and flowing S. for 2800 m., enters the Gulf of Mexico by a large delta; its earlier course is through picturesque country, often in gorges, with rapids such as the St. Anthony Falls, the Des Moines and Rock Island Rapids.

Yours Truly John O Powers 206 North 34th Street Philadelphia Des Moines, Iowa, 11/20, 1906 Mr. Thos.

Be that as it may, I betook myself for the nonce to the Hรดtel des Moines in the centre of the town and killed time for the rest of the day as best I could.