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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 December 1919

fe?*io« to Sft1- w* & fr (Laat week'* new*) (Note* from Puget Sound City.) Laat Sunday was deiobiKaHw d«y all Um ehurebe* in tke eity A »al |tlrriB| Mmn delivered by the Iter. £t5. A, Graham, D. D, jpwtor of the Flrrt R. ehureh. The Mt. i%kurek i» making Zum think of the terror this disease spread, unless the flu bad the same ef fect. Anti-tetanic serum has made lock jaw, tetanus, almost a curiosity in this country. The serum whieh all the re cruits Sad at the beginning of their mil itary eareers, protecting them from typhoid and para-typhoid fever, made it possible for great armies to be con centrated with great safety. This serum often confused with "blood puri fiers" an any other hypodermatic medi cation. These anti-toxines are divided into two great classes serums and vaccines. The serums are the products of live r- germs which are either introduced^ into other animals, sueh as the tetanus germ into horses or the diphtheria bacillus into the horse, for the production of aint...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 December 1919

Rev. G. W. Robinson, D. D. pastor p. j„ Harris, general clerk C. H. Bone, ftiflirnaftw deacon's board W. H. Ham mitt, chairman trustee board. The Cor inthian Baptist church was organized in May, 1897 at 924 West Twelfth street. Bev. S. Ba^es was the first pas tor. The membership was twenty three. The deacons were trustees, church elerk and improvement commit tee. Bev. Bates was told by many that there could be no Baptist church in Dee Koines because it had been tried too often. He Continued to work and that year the membership increased to si*ty-four. In 1898 he bought the building and secured a warrantee deed to the first colored "Baptist church bought and paid for in the state »of Iowa. Bev. Bates resigned as pastor in the fall of 1900. The membership then was 165. mm After the resignation of Bev. Bates tin Bev. T. Li. Griffith of Christianburg, .jTii, was ealled as pastor. He took ac tive charge of the work June 1, 1901. Tfce membership continued to increase to the extent that Be...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 December 1919

"-'I .'.t'Vf.irs E? T, i* 1' Z"&% SSS lis Pi 1^9 pi' mi Eft gKr.v. Si PH 1^1 lh. mmm ..:•. v. 1 •».:.:•• •••••.'*-, .• .. 1.•',(j tV-'Vn- PABIS, MO, NEWS.1 I as £& fa Tom House.) r' Paris ku organized a wood cutters oMb for the purpose of selling to our people cheaper than they can buy the WMl from the dealers who have been robbing the peopl by charging $6 and $f a low. Our intention is to sell this woed at $1.50 to $2 a load this full propositon is pretty hard on the widow wmmern. Tom House,( president El liott Kipper, vice president Sylvester Brewa, secretary Frank Sparks, treas- tattle George Beed Butler is sick. He is a grandson of Mrs. Wesley Port er «f Clinton, Iowa. The doctor was there Sunday evening. The Methodist church had two clubs •at oaly a short time. Clandie House dab raised over $32. Club No. 2, Miss Stella Johnson and Mrs. Birdie Jean aell raised over $19. Paris has a new restaurant Mr. Ches ,^^ter Campbell and Mr. Boxie Kipper. They are doing well. They ha...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 December 1919

ip *fr{ "Wi F#*' and read TTw Bystander XXVI No. 27 'ry m*%* «v "3/ V\ *.j* »»„. Colored Mechanic In-' Jackson got tiis idea after being badly injured by a compressed air ex plosion in the new subway. He sus tained two broken ribs and several workmen were killed. The inventor is employed as a me chanic by W. Thomas, president and general manager of the Atlantic Ma chine J3crew company. His employer "financed the invention. LOS ANGELES HAS COLORED [v liflOB CREAM COMPANY The Chicago Ice Cream company which was recently purchased by a body of Negro business men, and in corporated into a stock company capi ,/• talized at $10,000 will throw open its doors to the general public on next Monday evening, December 15, at its new location 1809 Central avenue. Each and everyone is invited to inspect same and accept the hospitality Of the firm in this new movement to place the race 4 in possession of its own manufacturing enterprises. The old site will be given over entirely to strictly manufac...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 December 1919

ml 'f 1 -Fobtyfo* te f'/ sectionf»*of trtrjTrid*? Display, per inch Notices,' per line Contract rates given upon applications. AM Advertisements paid for in advance. j?*** PROGRESS IN NEGRO EDUCATION. A general increase in the interest in Negro education in the southern states is shown in the encouraging growth in the number of new, moderfc, and well equipped school buildings now appear ing in southern cities in the remark able number of new, sanitary, and well appointed schoolhouses in the coun try districts that have been built in. re cent years, especially in Louisiana} in the growing interest in better-trained teachers, as is evidenced by thei sur prisingly large number of summer schools and teaehers' institutes con ducted for colored teachers this year in the tendency here and there to in crase teachers' salaris and to lengthen school terms: and in the evident inten tion, especially illustrated in North Car olina, to provide high schools for Negro youth at public expense, and a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 December 1919

Ih 0-'i Kgl s-f/ Chamberlain's Tablets. IfW tablet! are intended eepecially Jsdigestioa and constipation. They „p the stomach and enable it to form ite functions naturally. They. rtly on the liver and bowels, restoring the stomach and j'te a, healthy eonditon. When you doll, stupid and constipated give trial. You are' certain to be ad with their effect. ANT A'HOUSE? Here It Is! Is E. TRACY BLAGBURN Real Estate Agency bMDrak«774| *"v Wishes t6 Prompt Mail Order Service. iith and CetiterSt.Des Moines *l" "/^-Miricet 1485 $ fo' is WADE ft McCREE Prescription Druggist ?*stl ma 't & $9* ij 1 SB&.V Xmas 1 a| St* «»C» tt sb Moines, WFriday, Dec. 19, iq1q announce that until he can close out his practice in Buxton, he will btf in Moines with Dr Des A. J. Booker,' 907 Walnut St. .Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of Each Week COHE TO tee Drug Store r» $• Careful Prescription Service, Madam Walker's Hair Crow er, Kashmir Preparations, High Broum Goods, Black and White Preparations, "and ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 December 1919

e- ti 'bsfi f, as ^5"s» I V^fi ,-^i^ MottOOUItfLYNOH Carolina Eeprusentatlve Intro Itoom Mmmtn to stop Agitation foe BqualBights. Bull Xfcwipapera Could Kofe Advlae CifeU mm, to Protect Theuualvea. Washington, Dee. 19.—A. bill has been jiatroduced into congress, whieh if it becomes a law, may be used by whites 'opposed to the Negro enjoying every right which other glasses of Americans Ut« deny the use of the mails to col ored publications advocating a square eal for the rmee. The sponsor of the measure is Bepre ii^pentative Byrnes, who hails from Booth l\' Carolina, a state which has disfran chised Its Negro citizens. Its avowed purpose) is to halt "Bed" propaganda and contention on the part of thp col ored people that disfranchisement laws be Abrogated and "Jim Crow" ears be 'g.* abolished. It would hit at propaganda .fA- for radical treatment of the lynching 5s r*- moBBmi Congressman Byrnes. Would make it unlawful for any person "to advocate or advise the overthrow, or to write or...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 December 1919

Aiv. A*T. TRACY BliaBOUl Notary Public rlrf Aonrr "•iwgkZMiDditapmMPn^ |tS7^«ff«non At*. Phone Drake 55^,^1 la JAMBS B. MOBBI8 ittaowr at Law and Notary Public Abstracts Examined, Baal Estate for 907 WW-,'' Phone w. 6136 BEBTUUDE HTDB "Hair Guitarist" ICadam Walker System. ^Special atten tion gtten to Scalp Treatment and Shampooing. See. 821 W. 13th St. Phonr y^alnut 6254. OUT BATE DBtJCt CO. Willis Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Vary Best Drugs in City 1000 Canter St. Des Moines, Iowa ToSrSTSr^TKyT'WeST" Phone Walnut 5770. HUSTLEBS HOTEL ANDCAFB ... Meals at all hours H. D. Williams, Prop. K. W. Corner W. 2nd 6 Chestnut Sts. ysBlock N. Interurban Station, Des Moines, Iowa. V- JOHNSON'S CAPE 1 Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. S08 W. Grand Ave. Phone Wai. 3545. JONES CAFE Meals at all Hours. Popular Prices 208 W. 3rd St. Phone Market 1736. Mrs. Xi M. Jones, Prop. We Make a Specialty.. Short Orders at of After Theatre Parties all Hours JOHN BOYD CAFE Try Our Thanksgivi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 December 1919

-it £li "j j&ght w& lit'r ni ijUvil rtfA*rim iiii Misf T-^i &• ii jft fu «v. Yptai0 Women's Christian I Industrial Mission tl-2J NojfthFoprth Street Keokuk, Irtri h^M Bed SI# An Agency for the MOBAL PEO TBOTION, GUIDANCE AND TRAIN ING of Lone Colored Women And Girls coming stranges to Iowa for work or visit. WBITE US, and we will as sist you to And A PLACE TO WOBKj A HOME AND THE CHUBCH YOU WANT in any of our Iowa towns. Southern girls not qualified for serv ice in modern northern homes ean re ceive training in our Housekeeper's -Emergency Course—Bible Training and other subjects also taught. :*j|V This Institution* supports a Free Beading Boom, Bureau of Information and plaee of Christian recreation. Open afternoons daily. For all Christian "workers. When in Keokuk come to the mission. This means you. 11 14 v.morning J||j SIGNET J. DAVIS, SUP* AAw j,1/, F'l, A 1 IOWA NEWS/ P/ COUNCIL BLUFFS NEWS. fvr\ Bev. M. D. Johnson, pastor of the fe^^33eulah Baptist church, Third -...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 January 1920

Booat Pay and read The Bystander XXVI No. 28 Eighth Internatior^ Student Volunteer convention wMfo held, in DwMoines, Lowtt, from D? 31 to Jan. aad Mi* Catherine D.ialtad, stu dent secretary of the Yeyg Women'• ts a record' association, pi breaking attendance. Tho convention willb'ield to bring together representative ^legations of •tndeata and professon/from. all tlie important institutions lag, Canada and t: and leaders of the __ tlwoaghout the world, VUjT the serious Aitua OMUtries- today' and evangelizing the ion te gain inspiration world wide missio: of theehureh and to and work for a gJrat N#f the w#rld will address this gathering! There will be about seven thousand students from the United States and Canada. The secretaries of the Y. W. C. A. and the Y.'M. C. A. for students in colored schools have been recruiting" delegates for ,the conven tion and to dat 256 have registered from celoned school*. The following institutions of learn ing will be represented: Selma univer sity,...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 January 1920

sHfcuj s' Women's CKirlsltan oauscnai Mission Stat* Stouth Strsat law* *-. Phone Sad 81# ki ifiwy for tli* MOBAL PBO TACTION, GUIDANCE AND TRAIN ING of ^ou Colored Women and Girl* earing asatranges to'Iowa for work or visit. WHITE TJS, and wo will aa •Ut yon find A PLACE TO WOBK A HOME AND THE CHURCH YOU WANT ia aay of our Iowa towns. Southern girls not qualified for serv ice in modem northern homes can re aaiva training in our Housekeeper's Emergency Course—Bible Training and other subjecta also taught. This Institution supports a Free Beading Boom, Bureau of .Information and ptaee of Christian recreation. Open afternoons daily. For all Christian workers. When in Keokuk come to the mission. This means you. SUM SIDNEY J. DAVIS, supt. IOWA NEWS MT. PLUASANT ITEMS. li». M. Hughes, a highly respected §j(f member of the Baptist church, died at feiher Eome on East street Thursday, Dec. 'at0:20 p. m. Her funeral was "®®preached at the Second Baptist church Saturday, Doc. 20 at 2 p. m. by ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 January 1920

Mr pr-V,', .e« Boom* to Sod by Day or Week. Phone Walnut 6779. XUBTLERS HOTEL AND CAFE Meals at all Mub H. D. Williams, Prop. |W. W. Corner W. 2nd & Chestnut fits, N. Interurban Station, See Moines, Iowa. Mrs. JONES CAFE at all Hours Popular Prices C- 0 208 W. 3rd St. -I ."K Plpone Market 1736. feltal. M. Jones, Prop. We Hake a Specialty Short Order* at •f Theatre Parti.es all, JOHN BOYD CAFE Our ™ankagiving and Xmas 1104 Osntfer St. Des Moines, Iowa I BEAT JOHNSON, forthweet Corner Eleventh and Center. SILVER LEAF INN $| 1 Short Order Work Theatre Dancing Parties i« Our Specialty Open Day and Niglt o. sot git Franklin, 1010 Center Str ANT AH Here It Is! 0 room bungalow on Jfoerson At*. Modem except irnace. 1 Asphalt pavement. All fecials paid. $2,750.00—$300.03down, 1825.00 per month. Otlr bar I gains to west side propfcy. AJse*.nL! Public Ssttte for Phone HYDE "Stair Cultumt" WaZkar System. Special atten given to Scalp-Treatment and Buttw«ln|. Bw. 821 W. 13th St. OUT BATE DRUO...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 January 1920

I a?HE SMj, ».r', ^y«: "W$ OflM ..„ "^KTrt£'«**?««•* flifKRALD E. MASH. inch flbtwrt «t« 7 All Advertisements YOU tt" D~ Our churches are /filled with tribes and slicks, formed in grades ef societies. .The church is made a place for club meeting, instead of a place of worship. The less fortunate* comes to the /sfkoreh in love,jbut is humiliated and itaki love,j rat »^.w**e4i away without a morning greet heart to heart talk cr a warm hand- t'Jhake. 1UBBOBIPTIOH *ATB»: fl» I^ rwi of the United States on* year, postage paid Mk Mm(Uh .•:••'—— Mentha last. Not money only, but in CftKf line that takes to play the drama isf life. We are living in an age that ITpftki| counts, let it be good or bad. Kt w^l grow and the harvest must be fWptrl if the good overcomes the bad. We that much closer to the crust of -sr-JL n.w lowest of humanity. Tbe responsibility of leadership lies te oneself. Whether he wants to in '•jftk orsssn fais efficiency and that is what he Hp amst do if he ever expects to ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 January 1920

Boost Pay and read The Bystander fSpi® 's fl,l Meals at all ho XXVI No. 29 VoluatMTK ffl# missionary work were tailed for si the meeting of colored d^le t» the student Volunteer conven tio^ keld Thursday afternoon at St. P«U'i African Methodist Episcopal ^Attwh. Students responded, to tbp call M$3«t tfce special meeting held at St. Paul's «kiHreli Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. Special problems of the colored mis ,#i(mary workers were discussed, at the ^nectting and prominent colored leaders present for the convention spoke. Pnaibilitiei in Africa as a mission were emphasized and announce* .) Jment was made that'Max Yergen will v: Jle %e*t to Africa as a special) represen tative of the British Y. M. C. A. Wert Indians Seize and Hold Capital 3 Day* ?W Ww Troubles Coins to Bloody and Etttar OUasi Flghtlng Whsa Colored Men Demand Redress of«Grlerr ancwa Two Killed la Clash the, positions. The cost- 6f living here^ as ia all parts of the world, has ~be^ft rapidly rising and .the laborers b*v* be...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 January 1920

ft' SRIId !sr «L if W Tk4^ ar inch 4» p^," -wjis# Sartaf* vv. F! vyy l#^Srtr.£ W, ff *S4b- & *x* & \.\b i- •iV^- [-oe. 1 'I a? P^» l* wst:.. ..otiees, per 11ns S»W XHBXFT, THB rOUKDATION °I«. INDEPENDENCE. :.% ferf "(Bjr W. L. Butcherson.) J& ^'"jtoUnJd'at^h* Post Office of Des Moinea, low*, aa 8econhCla«s matter. ^SI General Becretary, Buxton, Y. M» C, A. January 17-24 has been set apart by the Young MOn'A Christian association, as National Thrift Week. The slogan of the occasion will be "Master Money Matters, or They Will Master You.' This subject "Thrift" should have a strong appeal to the Negfro race. l*or it 1B a foregone Conclusion that our "Larger Fraedom" /vyill come plainly through Thrift" &ii'v Thrift'' means niore than the con servation of money or rear estate. For that man or woman who spends no part of hjs or her time in the development, of character and improving the mind, is as much a Spendthrift'' as the man and woman who spend all their money for- th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 January 1920

V- •. TRACY BXAQSVIH Notary Public MUX* B8TATB AQENT Vimm btaindmprondPropMi US7 Jtfmon AT*. Phone Diaki 774 Dm Moines, low* iit JAMBS B. MORRIS Attorney tt Law and Notary Public Abstract* Bxamlnsd, BmI Bstate for •07 W»lan«. Phono W. nlSo tmntUBB HTPB "Hair Oulturirt Madam Walker System. Special atten tion given to Bealp Treatment and' Shampooing. Bos. 821 W. 13th Bt.fi CVT BATE DRUG OO. WJlila Writ* Ph. O. Prw.„ Tsary Boat Drugs In lOOOCeatsr St Z«s Moines, Iowa Boom* to Bond by Day or Week. Walnut 6779. i! I ANDOAPB W. Corner W 2nd VsBlock N. Iqterurban Station Dos Moines, Iowa.. JOHNSON'S CAFE Meals at All Honrs Popular Prices £'•. Mrs, Ethel Johnson, Prop. &5 308 W. Grand Ave. Phono Wai. 3545. JONES OAFB 208 W. 3rd St. Try Our Thanksgiving and Xmas Menu ilOiCenter St.^ Pes Moines, Iowa ajmaDOH •i BBBT JOHNSON, Cl«anerandDyer t, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Called for and iMiTimd. first class work. Ph. WaL 7374 '.Center Sfc| Dos Moines, low* jnatk Hotel- Bradfor When .In th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 January 1920

.. «+u n'.t.'tV.yAiW^'V'^ v'iw^"l,'i:''''«*'•i-*i^*jrfiuS-l.*vj».«-i-V"!*?•A M- t' tSi v* V4 1 MM fe\ ix 4- -r £. & k» /r ft- jif A^VAi •n* A Young Women's Christian Itodustrtol Mission tl-28 North Fourth Street teokdk, Low» Pnone Bed 810 An A,gMief v|or th« MORAL PBO- .•TKCTION, GUIDANCE AND TBAIN INQ of Lou® Colored Woman *nd Girli •raeoming as strange* to Iowa tor work fbr visit. WRITE US, and wo will as ^«l«t you to And 4, PLACE TO WORK A HOME AND THE CHURCH YOU WANT in nay of our low* town*. Southern., girls not qualified for strv ice in modern northern homes can re ceive training in our Houaeheepor'• Emergency Course—Bible Training and other subjects also taught. This Institution supports a Free 'Reading Room, Bureau of Information and place of Christian recreation. Open afternoons daily. For all Christian workers. When in Keokuk cone tO,the mission. This means you. & MISS SaJDNBY J. DAVIS. Supt. Mt:. *-tk, IOWA NEWS KBOKUK ITEMS. Ir. and Mrs. Frank Perkins enter taine...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 January 1920

«r/K 9Ja. '!'U ,li BMM Pay and read The Bystaodi Siftai -k -v 1 iifi i. ik Ona World War Ctaneral Strongly Ad vaaatiB BdaeaMns the Oolor«d Maa for the Oood oT the Nation. Washington, D. C., JaA 15.—The test Jioonjr presented at the recent meeting "of-/this point house and senate eomput teea on military afEairs, Senator Wads #orth of New York presiding, brough| forth the following pertinent testimony when General John J. Pershing Ap peared before the committee, relative •to the part the colored youth would play in the reorganization of the army. General Pershing: Can you consist «ittljr fail to take advantage of the splendid opportunity you are giving these young men for broadening them selves, by association with their fel lowsf They get in three months or six months a view of life which they prob «bly never would get otherwise. It "would be a large step toward prevent ing class distinction. Are. you not giv ing them value received, and are you not by that method increasing their •f...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 January 1920

«S f/ |h fo *5 *5$ 1 S'A fteadiag PjU A fa/v SI 4,T ,\ i^n -nil w»Jk, Months roll by as swiftly as silently, but age in one's first born is not in a mother's knowledge.. Then gradually cdmes a little cloud over the horizon of the brown boy—what means tha change, gradual though rioticable, the lighter skinned dominant race adults long^er caress him, the menehildren of his kindergarten days no longer walk arm and ana and swap folly pops. Wonder widens his eyes and a pain begins to quicken about his heart at last he ttintrt challenge his home teachers. Did they not tell him that appli cation to- books would bring Kim honor and reward did the declaration of Independence and equal, and are endowed with certain in err when it read 'All men are created free alienable rights, among them the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," was the virtue of character and body a hoax his parents had invented The mother had known tha* somewhere he mast come face to face with this hifnvifi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 January 1920

!W I R" 1 WX a. tBAOT B^AOBVBV 1 Notary Public *HAL B8TATB AQBNT tioat Lots and Improved Property IM7 Mmn ATI. 71 ^1 if t?:-? Phone Drake DM Moines, Xaals at all boura •. i", H. D. Williams, Prop. N. W. Oomar W. 2nd ft Chestnut Sts. y^BlMk N. Interurban Station, Dea Moines, Iowa. ^r JOHNSON'S OAFB Meals at All Honrs «ces MM. Open Day and Night1 T. G. Franklin, Prop. 1010 Center Street FKAHK F. F0W1EK Director In Km Wi 117 774 IM l*-' *••$•%* 1^'.-, Vv-, JAMBS B. MORRIS Attorney at Law and Notary Public Abstracts iTamtnad, Boal Batata for 907 iralmtt^ Mf. Plume w. ttBBTRUDB HTDB "Hair Onttazitt" Hartaw Walkar System. Special attan !v tkm glTMt to Scalp TiaaUnant and 821 W. 13tll St. «1S6 OUT BATE DRUG CO. v. Willia Wolf a. Ph. O. Prop.'^ Vary Bast Jlftucs i» **y 10M Canter St. Das Moines, Iowa Tttrr* to Bend by Day or Week. Phone Walnut 6779. HUSTLERS HOTEL AND OAFB Ethel Johnson, Prop. 308 W. Orand Ave. Phone Wai. 3545. BBBT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Re...

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