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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 January 1920

»^T«n ii full into Son 4, wore leas urate can ed a from fceal til by •eho t®m| by 1 Xt '. faitt Umi The him —th I rich put •onl. in yotu writ ago kno' the the 'V ligh loni Hint W V. arm *y«i heal teac cati rew and err alie libe the par thai wit' A ful mit him ,iS and 'v •he reci 1 xnei pro the TV and jnst pat! he his dav fori he, mis the ih« bio 1 all tnr dre shi not moi r. pra fail the the fub a hot *re in ing tiol ma wai loq to 4 "A TV** at liei wr Wl set •f .•, sM to fr1 wl —1 lA ^VouDd Women's Christian industrial Mission SI-SI North Itarth .SttMt Koakuk, lows PJiom Bed 81* At A|«Mf for the |£OSAL PBO TBOTION, GUIDANCE AND TBAIN QTO of Lou Colored Women tnd Oirl* fi«g itrugN to Iow» for work •r vldt WHITE US, sad wo will u dit jrou to lad A PLACE TO WORK HOME AND THE CHTJBCH WANT is any of our lows towns. flontken MXM E1DKB7 J. DAVIS, Bapl lit. Mrs. Maud Martin of Chicago is visit ing her mother, Mrs. Susie Haasman, 324 Cottage street. TMv. 8. C. Crutchcr, world wide evan gelist...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 January 1920

b* ncf fe7*$fl£K BfMt P»y p5 Md read Th« v..&i>, ..r Bystander V!v Mrs. Mary Bt Tnwpflij" fvening, Jan. 20 at Corin thianBaptiit church an enthusiastic of 300 people, listened to one of the Jtosfc forceful lectures ever given in the city by Mrs. Mftry B. Talbert, of the National Federation of Colore# Womens clubs. She told, in her wonderful pleasing manner, of the work of our bravo boys se. She enlightened a great our minds as to the real cpndi treatment of our boys while fighting for democracy. -Mm, Talbert was the only accredited representative of colored women at the peace conference in France, and is the race's foremost club woman. The message she brought to us and the plea she'made to us shall not leave our minds on heart for many, many a day and perhaps in a great many, never. LECTURES AT AMOS HIATT JUNIOR HIGH Tuepday morning Mrs.Talbert was in­ New York Negroes Plan $1,000,000 NewYork, N. Y., Jan.23.—A^a meet ing of 1,000 Negroes in the Palace Casi-. 135th street and ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 January 1920

Bft*' 4% •N? •J lPT' *r, .. ft' #f- ir W' C* ^0^ fit/ 'V- $ '-&X & rH=t h. g*y «f "•'(5 R* i- fm'i T# Pv#$ I4#. Hi $ 'A ?-v &i>£ «&•: States than any previous one since the adoption of the 14th and 15th amend amendments to the constitution. The .: accumulating evidence of increasing fit, persecution of the race in the south, and discrimination in the north, and the apparent "leave it alone" policy cf the party with which we have long been a'liated—and which has had our solid support in national elections—as hearing on those questions calling for .a solution by the granting of constitu tionally vouchsafed rights and privi leges, haa made our race somewhat skeptical as to the future. Practically all of the avowed presi dential aspirants in the republican par ty have sounded their keynote, but in ncne of them has there been a single note of encouragement, even by infer ence, for the more than 12„000,000 col sied people. The burden of their song has been antagonism to...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 January 1920

•CK" .' A '"IS "T» $ 1 3S" BLAOBX7KH v*®*,,- E/ ...*ottr3rPabUc &• ,v JUBAL ESTATE AGENT Vacant Lota and Improved Proparty 1SS7 Jaffnson Ave. Phone Drake-774 Des Moines, Iowa Adr. JAMES B. MORRIS Attorney at Law and Notary Public Abstracts Examined, Baal Batata for Jala. •07 Walant PIumi W. A130 A4t. -.*•£ OUT BATE DBUO OO. WilUs Wolfe, Ph. G. Prop. Very Boat Drags la City 10H Castor St Das Moines, to Band by Day or Week. Fhoaa Walnut 5779. HVBZLBRS Jh HOTEL AMD Meals at all boors H. Oarner W. 2nd |i Obaatnnt ya1sek K. Xntanurban Station, •*TOS DM rt^W! D. Williams, Prop. W. Moines, low*. JOHNSON'S CAFE I Maala at All Honza '$*% Popular Prices 1 Ethel Johnson, Prop. W. •rand Ave. Phone Wal. 3546. „tcv BBBT JOHNSON, Olaanar and Dyar Pressing, Altering, Xtepamng Faxk Called for and Delivered.' flart class work. Ph. WaL 7374 St. i)aa Moines, Zowa iTIO BARBER SHOP Bsir Cutting by Blectricity •igan and Soft Drinks Shoo 786 Wast Ninth. N STONE BROS, aaktes H. J. Hawktna 'Tha Store of ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 January 1920

1 6® ^2 •**1 *1 tl '^f i\lr&''*'\ J*f, 'js ij i*"5*' -V foft 1 P§v .StTM* ft. 4J MS Yowi#? Womeii's^JChflsUMi ilidoslrl^Mlsstonv •:S SiSS Not** Ifcwtfc &*••* Km!ok, Iowa Ptaa«B«d »lt it iMKjr for tkt MORAL PftO' TEOTION, GUIDANCE AND TRAIN XXfQ of Lono Colored Women and Girls «trangeo to I»w» for work •r visit. US, sad wo will M~ •i«t yon to find A PLACE TO WOBK A EOUl AND THE CHTJBOH YOU WANT ia uj of our low* tow**. Southern girl* sot qualified for sorv leo ia modern northern homos oaa ro iitin training in our HouMkwjMr Emergency Oooroo—Biblo Training and other oabjeeta also taught. This Institution supports a Free frB^jug Boom, Bureau of Information aad pktf of Christian recreation. Open afternoons dally. For all Christian workers. When in Keokuk come to the mission. This moans yon. HCTSI SXDNBY J. DAVB£ supi Air. IOWA NEWS DAVENPORT ITEMS. (Last Week's News.) Third Baptist church, Rev. P. K. Nicholson, D. D., pastor. To the great Baptist family through out the state of I...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 January 1920

Boost Pay and read The Bystander I.- ^"Vtes WW XXVIfNo. 32 Bar Assodation Continues Fight I, DRXNGTON CASE TO BE TAKEN TO 8UPBEME OOUBT •gftT Association Continues to right Colored Lawyer. FEBST TO GO OVER _____ HEAD OP COMMITTEE Evansville, Ind.: The question of the legal right of Ernest G. Tidring ton to practice law at the bar of Van derbnrgh county will be put up to the Supreme court of the state. The mat ter of his admission by jury trial was discussed and it was decided to appeal from the Circuit court to the highest court in the state. As a matter of policy, the Vander burgh county '"bar believes that it should have the right to examine ap picanta for membership, and it has since its organization been charged with that duty. No appicant for prac tice at the bar has ever attempted to go over the head of the examining com mittee appointed for that purpose. Pour members of the admission com mittee decided after examination of Tidrington that he was not a capable man to enter the...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 January 1920

rM-Miv THE 3M£RALI 0fx Ofle« te OW-k*! B*WU»g, W 8f*«tk ^^Lterednt tSt fort Oflft «f D« 1W"^ B. MASH To ur F«n of tk« t?»iUd MostJM .... Tbrao Mmtb0 w«ii*y, pw Bosdtaf Not Costrset imtoa ladi IgMtfliPTTOW 6t*U* otieet, pof it«* g$T« opo» AH Adr«rii**BMiat« ptld for adv»»«e. W*Alnrlv All —iter nitr irr THE FAFF1* in wnr- J*, print—fw'« «W7i imed it everywhere. priat the mm* by necessary to sound coopera­ tion, how orach more necessary is it for one of our own papers without the x*soorees that a daily paper can com mand. THE DEMANDS OF THB DAT Time in its swift and fastly chang ing eoorses brings many There we .must pursue some course to meet the demands of the day which is the subject of my theme. Truly, we are living in the greatest period of the earth's history. A pe riod where brain, yes cultured brain, with a dash of pure manhood backed np with common sense is ruling the earth and the future with glory crown ed honor is awaiting the masters, that this particular day is producing....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 January 1920

•"Vr TRACT BLAOBUBM Notary Public KBAL B8TATB AQBNT it Lott and Improved Property Mnw AT*. Fbona Drak* 774 ,R. DM MOIUM, low* JAMBS B. MORRIS Ittarnay at Law and Notary Public Biramlniwl, Beal Batata for fete. Walmut. Phon* W. ftl35 OUT KATE DRUG OO. Willis Wolfa, Ph. O. Prop. Very Best Drugs In City Center St. Des Moines, Iowa OQXS to Bend by Day or Week. I d?' phone Walnut 6779. ITLBBS HOTBIa AND CAPE Meals at all hours B. D. Willlaips, Prop. Josner W. 2nd ft Chestnut Sts. Bk N. Ioterurban Station, Des Moines, Iowa. JOHNSON'S CAPB Meals at Ail Hours Popular Prices Ethel Johnson, Prop. |Orand Ave. Phone Wai. 3545. BEBT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer r, Pressing, Altering, Repairing rk Called for and Delivered, first class work. Ph. Wal. 7374 iter St. Des Moines, Iowa 3TIO BARBER SHOP Cutting by Electricity Cigars and Soft Drinks Shoe Shining 786 West Ninth ON STONE BROS., Props. H. J. Hasklns 'The Store of Quality" HASB3N DRUG CO. iceessora to E. L. Twining iptlons Carefully Compounded ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 January 1920

M' 'MP V')l IOWA NEWS wimLoo rmc&. (Last Week'i Items.) Splendid services were held in both church Sunday. Both ehnrehes bed a Inr^e audience. ?i „w«, 4 »VV. E C. Boyd preached two eplen did lermoiui Sua day. By demonstra tion Sunday night we ean readily see that there is great work for the Christian people of our eity to do. Bev. Swing ot the Antioeh Baptist ehureh cane over to the A. M. E. church after the cloee of hia Service. He gave a few htm to our city. The Ladies Kite Missionary society iimt at the home of Mrs. Christian Rob inson, 211 Albany street, Thursday af ternoon. Mrs. Mills became a member of the society and she gave a short talk to the ladies inspiring them to keep op the work by God's help. Mrs. Robin son served refreshments after the meet ing and an enjoyable hour was spent. Bev. 8. C. Crutcher als talked to the ladies on missionary work and its great ness. "We are very sorry to relate at this reading that Mr. and Mrs. Mills and daughter, left Friday night for...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 January 1920

-3W •A .. „ite" -v»« A.j» )-y h' 5 -w t*- :n v* !ri 'K I .'if f,b. #5 I: Ms jfti&b IOWA NEWS WATBBXiOO XT8MS. (f.r»t Week'# Item®.) Splendid service! were held in both church Sunday. Both churches had a large audience. Rev. H. 0. Boyd preached two splen did sermons Sunday. By demonstra tion Sunday night we can readily see .^,OT.,^*hat there is a great work for the ®w^lOhristian people of our city to do. Bev. '/{Swing of the Antioeh Baptist church ouDe over to the A. M. church after \the close of his Service. He gave a few remarks which were indeed an inspira tion. We inded appreciate such a Godly man as Bev. Ewlng and we welcome him to our city. The Ladies Mite Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Christian Bob inson, 211 Albany street, Thursday af ternoon. Mrs. Mills became a member of the society and she gave a short talk to the ladies inspiring them to keep up the work by God's help. Mrs. Bobin son served refreshments after the meet ing and an enjoyable hour was spent. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 February 1920

!H| •r Boost Pay %t and md The §g XXVI No. 33 Tilberforce University Launches Kg Drive ijlmland. Ohio, Feb. Bishop Jones will travel in the states of Ohio, West Virginia and ^Pennsylvania and bishopet of other districts throughout the country will ''get in the saddle" and battle for Wilberforce. Bev. A. J. Carey, Chicago, 111., al though now sitting in the new Illinois fonstitutional convention, will take Tie platform for Wilberforce. Prof. Jf. 8. Scarborough, president of Wil |erfor$e will make a plea to every raduate of the university to help heir mlma mater. Bethel A. M. E. church will cele brate founders Day of fWilberforce University Friday, Feb. 20. There rill be several of the graduates and undergraduates who will appear on program. Those who wish to subscribe |o the Wilberforce rally see Bev. H. p. Claybrook, 1222 East Sixteenth Itreet or call Maple 2949. .Jters Business p..\£ This week we take great pleasure in fringing to your attention one of our ruecessful men in the per...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 February 1920

IS Boost Pay and rrad Ttaa mi rilberforce L*-»t [E. a University Launches Kg Drive [Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 6.—'"Wilber jtree must bo freed. The enemies of our erforce must be disabused of the notions of our impotence and leth f. Three white men and a few sel mbers of the race have kept up lgly propaganda at the state Columbus, Ohio, creating the that the supporting bodies of Wil sree are weak and destitute of taining spirit and cannot or will support Wilberforce university," |id Bishop Joshua Jones of the Third piseopal district. These1. men want the university •led and force the great A. M. E. lurch to sell out to the state, is the sntiment that is being encouraged well-known parties here. In order the institution will be a heritage the race and continue to be a bea tm light in the educational world of jnerica, a campaign is on to raise ||50,000 for the Wilberforce victory -rally. Bishop Jones will travel in the states of Ohio, West Virginia and (Pennsylvania and bishopet of other d...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 February 1920

W0?ntered«tttK'®oat Biz Month* Throe Montha Display, per Beading Not ineh otices, per line POUTIOS BY DR. W. H. LOW BY. The greatest political campaign in the history of the country in its be ginning. Several organizations have re moved their gum shoes and are now stalking about openly declaring them selves in favor of some issue or particu lar candidate. Many of these organi zations are ready to throw their sup port to any major party that will give ear to their argument. The Negroes occupy a unique place in the political world. They are 100 per cent republican. This is because the republican party guarantees them the best protection. But strange to say, the southern Ne groes who are oppressed, because of rigid disfranchise laws have received recognition equal in standing to that of the northern Negroes who have all right of franchise. This may be ac counted for on the grounds that the southern Negro delegates play an im portant role in the republican national convention. There are...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 February 1920

I W'SjR- 'v-. "V' v-V i.V.'.''^T'. •-"'",' '.-- •4 V', 1. TRACY B1AOBUKM Notary Public '"h JUBAla B8TATB AGENT Tieant Lota ud Improved Property Itt? J«ffenom AT*. Phone Drake 774 DM Moines, Iowa JAMES B. MORRIS Attorney at Law and Notary Public Abstracts BTamlnod, Real Estate for Walmnt. Phono W. *135 OUT SATE DRUG 00. Willis Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Very Bast Drugs in City Center St. Des Moines, Iowa IBooms to Rend by Day or Week. Phone Walnut 5779. TSTLERS HOTEL AND OAFE Meals at all hours H. D. Williams, Prop. Corner W. 2nd ft Chestnut Sts. •Block N. Interurban Station, Des Moines, Iowa. JOHNSON'S OAFE Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. T. Grand Ave. Phone WaL 3545 BERT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer I, Pressing, Altering, Repairing fork Called for and Delivered. |Ao first class work. Ph. Wal. 7374 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa Haskins H. J. Haskins "The Store of Quality'' PUB HASKIN DRUG CO. Successors to E. L. Twining iptions Carefully Compounded Orders on all Prep...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 February 1920

:K- 4 IOWA NEWS BUXTON ITEM*. iiit, Charles O. Southall, a pioneer id much respected citizen of Buxton, ed recently, on the miner's train, en iate to the town, Monday January 1th. Brother 8ojatbaJl wai a Deacon id Chairman of th/Board, of Mt. Zion Baptist church, a member Board of Directors Y. M. 0. A., and a member of Cedar Ghrove Lodge, A. F. and A. M. 2is passing is a great loss to the com unity. "Pep" Webster, formerly of the Bo th Infantry, and George Lamb light weight champion of Kansas, mot a ten round boxing match, in the local auditorium. Webster outclassed Lamb from the start and drove him from the ring in the sixth round. Dr. E. A. Carter, Ph. B. M. D. has moved to Detroit where he will liake his future home. He leaves a host of friends who wish him well in his new field.—W. L. Hutchens. DAVENPORT ITEMS. Bethel A. M. E. church was the scene of a grand affair on last Tuesday and burning of the church mortgage taking The trustees of the church, with the aid of the members a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 February 1920

jfif t.,1 »r 'i*^ k'Vfli/v wiy* i'S s- i: 'jSSf: 1 1 BUXTOH ITEMS.' Mr. Charles O. Southall, a pioneer, id much respected citizen of Buxton, ed recently-, on the miner's train, en ute to the town, Monday January th. Brother Southall vaa a Deacon Chairman of thef Board, of Mt. Zion aptist church, a member Board of irectors Y. M. O. A., and a member Cedar Grove Lodge, A. F. and A. M. ]|Us passing is a great loss td the com munity. "Pep" Webster, formerly of the 23 th Infantry, and George Lamb light weight champion of Kansas, met in a ten round boxing match, in the local auditorium. Webster outclassed Lamb from the start and drove him from the Ting in the sixth round. Dr. E. A. Carter, Ph. B. M. D. lias moved to Detroit where he will stake his future home. He leaves a host of friends who wish him well in his new field.—W. L. Hutchens. DAVENPORT ITEMS. Bethel A. M. E. church waa the scene of a grand affair on last Tuesday and burning of the church mortgage taking f" place. The trustees ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 February 1920

read Tb« Bystander XXVI No. 34 te of Race Women Suffrage in Mississippi on, Miss., Feb. 9.—The federal suffrage constitutional amend ras rejected today by the lower iof the Mississippi legislature en minutes of debate. The vote 6 to 25. Those opposing ratifi argued that the amendment [give Negro women the right to id was an invasion of states Young arrives at Liverpool Enroute to Liberia rpool, Eng. Colonel Charles U. 8. A., and his assistant, Cap labors, arrived here Jan. 3, from Fork, en route to Liberia. They p. a delightful voyage, despite seas, and that they proved im to seasickness. During the voy •er, Colonel Young presided at the Jat a concert given' on the ship, sightseeing in Liverpool and Lon io colonel and captain sailed Jan. ^Liberia. Touko ABB uiroour. Y. M. C. A. I* yon picture ,young ^.be Lincoln & the village poolroom doe* p"ills eyea |ting on the wooden floor your best imagination picture lg Abe with the sots, ing' bones to beat the nation khe vacant corner lot...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 February 1920

Boost Pay and read Ttao Bystander te of Race Women Suffrage in ''IS Mississippi Eson, Miss., Feb. 9.—The federal suffrage constitutional amend &ra® rejected today by the lower of the Mississippi legislature 'ten minutes of debate. The vote |06 to 25. Those opposing ratifi argued that the amendment give Negro women the right to [and was an invasion of states Young arrives at Jverpool Enroute to Liberia rerpool, Eng. Colonel Charles ig U. 8. A., and his assistant, Cap iNabors, arrived here Jan. 3, from York, en route to Liberia. They a delightful voyage, despite seas, and that they proved im to seasickness. During the voy pver, Colonel Young presided at the at a concert given' on the ship, sightseeing in Liverpool and Lon the colonel and captain sailed Jan »r Liberia. wfcro abblincoln. you picture .young Abe -Lincoln Uhevg^iaeepqolroonidoor his |tting on the wooden floor your best imagination picture ng Abe with the sots, ikingf bone's to beat the nation the-vacant corner lots? yo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 February 1920

ir "'K It® I -v £G)$ *1 i#? 'M, W°^teir#d"at To mmr mmrn. Montba ^Display, per inch, Beading Nol otices, per line Graham Sedition Bill" Dr. W. H. Lowry. The Negroos throughout the country Are unanimous in Since the Negro press nasi ,ne\^er made an appeal that has causcd «ot A. J? sheds one sympathizing tear or lifts its voice above a'whisper on behalf of its funeral pyre. 1 THE BYSTANpER Published every "Friday by the Bystander Publishing C°®*pa*7 IH* Moinw, IOWA. A OAee in Chemical Building, Corner of Seventh afcd Mulberry atrMto. illy treated fellow countrymen, will /°lk® find its final resting place upon some ^e Post Office of Des Moines, Iowa, as Second Class '^r 3MEBALD B. MASH Managing Editor aMU/t 01 umiAU ftlfflfii 8XTBSOBIPTION BATB8: part of the United States one year, postage paid Weekly news letters must be received not later than Wednesday of eac week. their protest against the "Graham sedition, bill'' pending AM VVUg* VIMW _. in congress. If this measure^becames law it...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 February 1920

Adv. 1 W 4m m. T*AOY vljmmtwnT^* r:/^ Notary Public REAL ESTATE AOBKT •tout Lota and Improved Property 1M7 Jefferson At*. Phone Drake 774 ,t rju Iee Molnee, lows JAMBS B. MORRIS Attorney Law and Notary Public Abstracts Examined, Seal Estate for •07 Walmnt. Plume W. B1S6 OUT BATE DRUG OO. Willis Wolfe, Pit O. Prop. Very Best Drugs In City 1000 Center Bt. Des Moines, Iowa Booms to Bend by Day or Week. Phone Walnut 6779. HVBTLBB8 HOTEL AND GATE Meals at all hours V' H. D. Williams, Prop. '2f, W. Corner W. 2nd Chestnut Sts. ViBlock N. Iuterurban Station, Des Moines, Iowa. ,, JOHNSON'S CAFE V" A Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. 308 W. Grand Ave. Phone WaL 3645. BEBT JOHNSON, Cleaner and byer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivered. We do first class work. Ph. WaL 7374 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa E. H. Hasklns H. J. Haskins *1 The Store of Quality" HASKIN .DRUG CO. Successors to E. L. Twining Prescriptions Carefully Compounded ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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