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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 October 1920

iSI I 'nf ri os (won*— & KOBwn PIM |il wHM A DOUBTFUL SITUATION. Soring the primaries the. A. P. L. *ct frr»ngl» the U. K. W. had in its eaxt mlojre a colored man whose duty it was ftr tho*r the Negro voter why Senator (foramina should be defeaited for r&nom iaatioe. The moving cann for this pro* pagan da speaks for itself. That work aas no* entirely ceased for not only did tfca force of this man gain, & good •vnjr votes for Brookhart but the seed wu ttlaated and a certain amount of sympathy is drifting in the direction •f Olande Porter, the democratic candi date.' W» are merely stating facts as they are and not as we should like them. Bullivato, the great political cor xiMMlait foand this feondition in his travel through Iowa and stated in mn article which appeared in the Beg isterJ' this week. The Bystander is desirous of know ipg through the U. M. W. had in its em WW condition especially among colored jNMfle. Maybe some of t^e "race lead k6re have secret instructions....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 October 1920

We JL X&ACY BLAOBURJf QO. OO BASS BUI Willi* fWtf•. V«ry B«rt Dxsga 1000 Cents* JOHNSON'S OAFB Mailt at AH Bom Popular Prices BTML JOIUVBOO, Broy. 308 w. Grand AT*. *haaa WsA JOHNSON, Omir and Djw Dieanlng, Jrssstng, AlMriag. Work CaUsd for do fl«t dw aad HsUvsrsA. 1108 Center Bi *-r* TTliaVr**"* J6L •. *?h» Maw of J»aU*r" BAB3QN DRUG OO. to E. L. Twining. Prsscrip carefully Oomponded. Of" *L. on nil preparations Fiompjtly Fillsd- SurwT nTw. Opt. 11th-fc Oeatar. ATHLETIC Hfrt* cnfting iy gjlin and Soft •HOI* SUM 019 WSXJM9B JACOBS rDBNETOB* OO. Win Bay or*®11- W« for stoves and furniture. 221 Locust iltrset. A BSAL PLACE TO SAT First OlaaB Place Tor First Class Peojfts y-KT.-E OAFE S08 Third Street. Sliehtly used clothing for fifty wo- m^u£Lgn3to, and odd lota or cMl- £5. ^SSe D. 4847- J. 954 14th Street Place. HABBT 8. BUMA* Accident ft Health Insurance make Embalmer and im mm DUDLEY THEATER 909-211 North Second Street St. Joseph, Mo. Funeral Director Flowers and Auto3 for any ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 October 1920

y! a NEWS HON DAT* OCT, 21,22, 23. 9JUK BCOLXMB, ILL. ITEMS. 1m o^lored people of East Mol: 41 ka*e organised a £et-together Me had splendid services at tooth churches. Sunday. Bev. Fulton, preached ^j^derful sermon Sunday. W' SZOtJX CITY ITEMS. JMErar/Jfansfield Askew returned Sttn day morning, Oct. 3 from St. Paul, Minn., having been called there on ac count of the illness of her father, Mr. Jeiry Lee. •She had been home only three hours ffhea. she received a telegram, from. At lanta, Ga., informing her of the death -i®f kw aunt Askew departed Sunday after for Atlanta. OBDAR RAPIDS NOTES^O (Miss Queenie Boone.) W Mrs. A. W. Smith entertained Miss Haliie Harris Sunday at a 6 o'clock dinner. Mr. G.W. Ashley is on the sick list., Bev. Beynolds of Des Moines preach ed at Mt. Zion Baptist ehurch Sunday. Bev. Bess stopped over in the city eitxiesday en ron»te from conference and war the guest of Mr. and Mrs. «L B. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson en-. "tortaineSi at a 4 o'clock dinn...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 October 1920

vw ..#, 1 I la Mi tv~- llfei 1? Tlie beat advertising medium, to reach the col ored population of the northwest. XXVI NO. 16. BIG Simmons Up To His Usual orm HARVEY INGHAM, EDITOR OF THE REGISTER AND TRIBUNE, IN TRODUCES SPEAKER. Col. Roscoe C. Simmons, notec^^ec turor and orator delivered one of his capablo addresses at the Auditorium on Tuesday, Oeto. 12, 1920. Mr. Sim mons was brought here—as one speaker said—for the purpose of giving im petus to the K. of P. drive for a thous and new men and a thousand women for the Court of Calanthe. George H. Woodson, in a few well chosen remarks introduced Harvey Ing ham, editor of the Register and Tribune who said that it was unfortunate that more white people could not hear Sim moss because they Aould know the typo of Negro speakers who grace these audiences as well as what they say. Simmons began his address by com plimenting Mr. Ingham for his contin ued good feeling toward the Negro and admoniehed the audience to show their appreciation ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 October 1920

^1 Tte-- PC tali f' If .Notices, per line ket rates given upon applications. Ail Advertisements paid for in advance. I JUB^UBUCAN TICKET. For president—Senator Warren G. Harding of Ohio. For vice president—Governor Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts. For United States senator from Iowa —Senator Albert B. Cummins of Des Moines. Fir governor—Hon. N. E. Kendall, Monroe county. For lieutenant governor—-Hon. Ham mill, Britt County. For judge of Supreme court—Laur ence De Graf. For congress from Ninth district— Congressman C. C. Dowell. j%r state representatives—Hon. James BL Weaver of Des Moines, Polk county, «nd A, O. Hauge of Polk county. For county attorney of Polk county— A* G. Bippy. 'Sheriff-—Chas. Saverude. Treasurer—Col. E. B. Bennett. Auditor—W. C. Rhodes. Clerk of District court—A. H. Ma hon. When men defy authority as did Rev. ~W. D, Cook, the minister, who refused to cone, t6 St. Paul A. M. E. church, af ter being duly assigned at the annual conference, people are certain to qu...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 October 1920

t\ 5 B. TBAOY BLAGBT^RN 00. Seal Estate Sales Bsntala Notary Public rots, Acreage and Improved Bropert*. Tracy Blagbinli L. 3. Sbelton TThones D. 774. D. 4608. Market 1872. 009 MnlJxjrry St. :jj Des Moines Street JAMES B» Attorney Law and Notary Public •bvtraota BTamlnert, Real Bstate for Me. 201 Seventh St. Phone, Walnut 899 OUT BATE DBUO OO. Willis Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Very Beet Drugs In City 1000 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa JTOHNSON'S GATE Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mm. Ethel Johnson, Prop. g08 W. Grand Ave. Phone Wai. 3646. A BERT JOHNSON, dimmer and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivered. We do first class work. Ph. WaL 7S74 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa B. H. ffnif"- H. «. Haskins «'The Store of Quality'' HASEXN DRUG OO. Successory to E. L. Twining. Prescrip tions Carefiilly Oomponded. Mail Or ders on all Preparations Promptly Pilled. We deliver. N. W. Cor. 11th & Center. ATHLETIC BARBER SHOP Hair Cutting by Electricity Cigars a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 October 1920

i#1 |.ft L\ IOWA NEWS M£m OBESTON ITEMS. The Cotton Blossoms Pine Wood Sing ers from Piney Woods, Mississippi ar rived- in Creston Friday afternon and "ang at the Christian church Friday and Saturday evening. Mrs. Jones made a talk on the in terests of the Negroes, her school which represents. They stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Grant and Mr. and Mrs. Moses Young. Mr. L. W. Grant has ben on the sick list for the past week or .ten days and his many friends hope lie will recover. Miss Sarah M. Steele has returned from Greenfield, Iowa where she spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs Joseph Harris. Mrs. C. B. Hawkins entertained at her home at 106 West Union street Monday afternoon in honor of her hus band 's birthday. A five-course lunch. eon was Served. Mrs. C. B.. Hawkins made a present to her husband of a beautiful ring. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Grant presented him a Masonic button and many other useful presents. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Grant, Mr. and Mrs. John Jorda...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

,, -:.-. XXVI NO. 17. ppSw^ \x '\£*.*v. W for the bad you do READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER Ordered Daniels DANIELS TAKES HAND IN HAITI MARINE QUIZ Washington, D. C., Oct. 16.—Secre tary Daniels, recognizing-as a national scandal the "indiscriminate killing" iu Haiti described by Maj. Gen. George Barnett in his recent report on the conduct of American marines in Hai tian affairs, ordered a searching inquiry to be conducted at once by a board composed of Admiral Henry T. Mayo, Admiral J. P. Oliver, and Brig. Gen. fiobert L. Pendleton. Developments in the case, which be paSxBip SuipxBH JOjtstMS uai(M avS that the conduct of affairs in Haiti by the administration had been disgrace ful, came rapidly following Secretary Daniels' return from a campaign tour today. Status of Investigation. The day's developments summarized were: I'L, Court_o£... ituiuuy directed dp n»eet Washington next week to inquire into all allegations of improper conduct of -'marine officers ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

r»: f, XXVI NO. 17. ,M -w *3vr 7 t**.H* FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER Ordered Daniels DANIELS TAKES HAND IN Secretary Daniels takes cognizance of a statement by Harry A. Franck, noted traveler and authority on the West In dies blaming President- Wilson and Mr. Daniels for failing to control the situa tion in the black republic, in which he laid the Haitian killing to southern men in the marine corps. Secretary Damelfc. said Mr. Frank and also Mr. Seligman of the nation would be asked to tell the court of inquiry what they know Negro Body Asks Investigation. New York, Oct. 14.—Full investiga tion by a non-partisan committee of Americans and Haitians of the admin istration of affairs in Haiti bv Ameri can forces was demanded in a statement made public here today by tlie National Association for tlie Advancement of Colored People. Gradual withdrawal of United States marines and appointments of _a com mission to report on reparation to Haiti...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

1 1 .rC" «. 4-H 4 FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO XXVI NO. 17. READ THE BYSTANDER Ordered By Daniels DANIELS TAKES HAND IN HAITI MARINE QUIZ Washington, D. C., Oct. 10.—Secre tary Daniels, recognizing as a national goandal the "indiscriminate killing" iii Haiti described bv.Maj. Gen. George Barnett. in his recent report on the conduct of American marines in Hai tian affairs, ordered a searching inquiry to be conflicted at once by a board composed of Admiral Henry T. Mayo, Admiral J. P. Oliver, and Brig. Gen. Eobert L. Pendleton. Developments in the case, which be psSacqo Sutpj-CH JO^Buog U,U[AV UB3 that the conduct of affairs in Haiti by the administration had been disgrace ful, came rapidly following Secretary Daiiiels' return from a campaign tour „to}ay. Status of Investigation. "The day's developments summarized Court of inquiry directed to meet in Washington next week to inquire into all allegations of improper conduct of marine officers and enlisted men...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

SI -'t •H Mt •H-ir 16 asH-' 4 Month* Display, per iceh iMdhf Notices, per line VOTERS! REGISTER. The American voter, and that means every naturalized citizen of legal age of either sex, must register this year, if he or rite would east a vote.in the coming presidential election. It makes no difference whether you have voted in every election, for the last fifty years, whether you have or have not changed your residence, or whether this will Be your first use of the franchise, you must first register before you can vote in the coming election. THIS IS PRESIDENTIAL YEAB, AND EVEBY VOTE® MUST BEGI8TEB AT HIS PBEGENOT POLLING PLACE. This applies only to cities, as registration is unnecessary in the small towns of Iowa or in the country precincts. All citi zens-of Iowa who have been in the state six months, in the county sixty days and in the precinct -ten days are eligible to vote, if they are 21 years of age or older. The American voters are tbe jury this year in the most momentous cas...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

2 loATT&BNOE j#*- r- VOTBRS! REGISTER. The American voter, and that means every naturalized citizen of legal age of either sex, must register this year, if be or die would cast a vote in the coming presidential election. It makes no difference whether you have voted in every eleetion fox the last fifty years^ whether jrou have or have not changed your residence, or whether this will be your first use of the franchise, yon must first register before you can vote in the coming election. THIS IS PRESIDENTIAL YEAR, AND The American voters are the jury this .jrear in the most momentous case in the history of the nation, and especially true, is this of the 1 Lieutenant Governor—John Hammill of Britt, Hancock county. Secretary of State—Walter C. Ram say Belmond, Wright county. Auditor of State—Glenn C. Hayes of Mason City, Cerro Gordo county, Treasurer of State—W. J. Burbank of Waterloo, Black Hawk county. Attorney General—Ben. J. Gibson' of Corning, Adams county. Railroad Commissioner...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

wmi'1 1 E s. TRACY BLAOBUBN 00. Real Estate Bales ReutalB Notary Public Tot#, Acreage «ad Improved Property. Tr*c~ Blaffburi L. J. Bbelton tthodm x- 774. D. 4502. Market 1872. 509 Mulborry St. DM Moines Street JAMBS B, MQBK1B Attorney a% I«aw and Notary Public Abstracts Bramlned. Bm" 201 Seventh Bfc 1000 Center St. Dm Moines, Iowa JOHNSON'S 0ATB Meals at All Hour* Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. g0g w. OIL FRANK F.F0WLER Embalmer and Funeral Director Flowers and Autos for any Occasiod. 1112 Center Street Office Phone Market 1488 Formely of Jones one Samuel Undertaker and Embalmer 725-9 Sixth Ave. Phone Market 820 Res. Walnut -4964 Rheumatism A Remarkable Home Treatment Given by "One Who Had It In tte Spring of 1893 I w«« attacked by Matcy Ur and Inflammatory Bhreimati»m. I only tbaM who hare it know, foe mot t'i I Batata for Phone, Walnut 899 OUT BATE DKUO CO. Willis Wolfs, Pb- a. Prop. Very Best Drugs in City Grand Ave. Pbone WaL 3646. BBBT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer Oieaal...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

HMM tY B. TBACnr BLAOBUBN oo. Seal' Estate f' Bales Rentals .^,%5 Notary Public lr- Lots, Acreage «tnA Improved Property. Tr*cT Blagbum Ik J. Shelton manes D. 774. D. 1502. Market 1872. 609 Mulberry St. Des Moines Street JAMBS B. MORRIS Attorney a* Xaw and Notary Public AWBMt* Bramlned. Beal Estate for gol Seventh St. Phone, Walnut 899 OUT BJLTB DRUG OO. Willis Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Very Best Drugs In City )000 Center St. Des Mfilnes, low* JOHNSON'S OAPB Meals at AH Honrs Popular Prices jjrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. j08 W. Grand Are. Phone Wal 3646. BEST JOHNSON, Olsaner and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for,and Delivered. ITe do lint class work. Ph. Wal. 7374 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Zowa B. H. ATHLETIC BABBEB SHOP w»* Cutting by Electricity Cigars and Soft Brinks Shoe Shining 019 Center 0. WBIDON STONE BBOS., Props. L. JACOBS rUBNITTTBE CO. Will buy or sell. We pay highest prices for stoves and furniture. 221 Xiocust Street. A BEAL PLACE TO EAT First Class...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

W !'•.,' ifEV® WM tlwis E If V71^ AC Vg iMut g*1-, ft MW* ^5 "#,,. Our I O W A IT N W Delta SienaThat*. _.Mr. mad Mrs. tJreenway and sons of Mdaeatine motored to Iowa City Sun tor to spend afternoon with son and brother, Mr. George Bice. Hr. Fowler of De» Moines was a it Delta house Saturday evening, elected officers of Bethel A. M. day school for the ensuing year are: Superintendent, Miss. Imogone Wilson- assistant superintendent, Miss Viola Pendleton secretary, Mr. Bay Ashford mwistant secretary, Miss Al berta Green treasurer, Mr. Percy 8n#h and teachers, Messrs. William Taylor, Percy Smith and Miss Harriet Alexander organist, Mies Mildred Orfl|n. Mr. Kenney of Yankton, S. D., was called home on account of the illness of his father. Mr. Tucker is visiting in Little Bock, Arkansas. Mb. Phil McGuire spent the week-end in Des Moines. Delta chapter. Delta Sigma Theta held its regular business meeting Mon day night. Mrs. Alice Crutcher of Des Moines is the guest of lier daughter, Miss ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

$3 &t*L- w. "W "Our •.. IOWA OUT NBWS. XMt» WgSw Tfaat*. Mr. ud Mrs. Greeaway and sons of Mjbwaliae motored to Iowa City Sun day to spend afternoon with son and bwthtr, Mr. George Bice. Mr. Fowler of D#s Moines was a fUMl at Delta house 8aturday evening. The elected officers of Bethel A. M. E. Sunday school for the ensuing year •re: Superintendent, Miss. Imogene WJUbon assistant superintendent, Miss Viola Pendleton secretary, Mr, Bay Ashford assistant secretary, Miss Al fcurta Green treasurer, Mr, Percy Smith and teachers, Messrs. William Taylor, Percy Smith and Miss Harriet Alexander: organist, Miss Mildred Grfiqn. Mi". Kenney of Yankton, S. D., was eall^i home on account of the illness Of Us father. •. Mr. Tucker is visiting in Little Bock, Arkansas. M*. Phil McGuire spent the week-end is Dee Moines. D^lta chapter, Delta Si gin a Theta held Its regular business meeting Mon-* day night. Mrs. Alicv Crutclier of Des Moines is the guest of her daughter, Miae Golda Crutcher. Du Boi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 October 1920

wsoH"*& A" ft&slsA 4 »r &e,'i |m^ -v: 5 v.," Ooma Crutcher. Da Bois Literary society wijl hold an election of officers Friday evening. Mr Fred Slater held up the standard of 'Old Gold" as usua'rat Urbanalast :,Saturday. JMr. MeCree, Des Moines was a cail- at the "Delta house last week and also Mr. Martin Brown of Minne apolia. '•. Donations will be gladly accepted at the-home. Linens and bedding, are needed badly OTTUMWA ITEMS. Mrs. Susie Thomas and son, Jack, liave returned from a visit in Miami, Mo. -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Lynch, a fine baby boy, Oct. 12, 1920. The Court of Calanthe ^gave a style •how.at the K. of P. hall Friday. The K. of P. Iftdge No. 1 initiat^rf a large number of voung men Thursday evening. ALBIA NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. M. Davis are confined •to their hcJme by illness. There many friends hope for their recovery. Mrs. Clias. Washington, practical hair dresser lias purchased several elec trical equipment^*for her hair* parlor. Mesdames Pridie Allen,- M...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 October 1920

•c/ST% -«lO yl' %.X^MU /"T &«#•*> FOR TUB BAD YOU DO RBAD OTHER PAPERS TOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ!EBH Y8TANDBR VOL. XXVI NO. 18. Mississippi State Federation of Col wred Women's Clubs, which met at Jack sea College, Jackson, Miss, Oct. 22-23. for six years 110 annual meeting had feeen held due, not so much to a state of lethargy, ap to eauses, some" jof nrkish could not be overcome. Through the generous hospitality of 3*res. Z. T. Hubert, it was made pos sible to hold the meeting on the beau tiful campos of Jackson college whore every courtesy and consideration was «hewa the delegates and friends by the president, the faculty and students, *ad in the memory of all who attended (%e meeting will, remaiu a most pleas tag though^ of Jackson college and its eplendid student -body. Mas. Blanche A. Beatty of Alexan dria, La., chairman of the deartment of Economics of the National Asso ciation of C. W. C., and now serving as Republican National Campaign speaker, was invited guest of th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 October 1920

j&i r* "•f air -^jivmoa o. "tl -$Jr jonm ICRS. BliBEBT E. HAM. ttOBKBT C*A». )£. Mrortli 7*0 BTBTA2TDBX ,vJa The bright. SOBflCTBXBBKi Thm Bystwder ha* oao ekirf ftipnt view,—the restoration of the Bepqb •eanparty to eontrol of attirnl a/ Jlritra in the belief that thia will meaa 4 aerviee to the highest and beat ia Jferosto of the Amorieaa people. government. The succeeding four years will be among the moat important in American history, therefore let every SMder of thia papier vote for the candi dates who represent Republicanism and Aarerieanum. vIn TORcmaami KBHTMIX ACT) O. O. P. OAXIXCDATB8 Senator Cnmmina should With Nate Kendall, John Hammill, Glenn C. Haynes, Capt. Ben Gib ^^Wt, Walter C. Bainsay and Wm, Bui tank among the nominees, the republi can state ticket thia year, looks to be the strongest state ticket presented in* -years. Every one of the candidates rep laesents the highest type of citizenship -ft the state, and no voter who has the welfare of the great commonwe...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 October 1920

,1 II \te'- B" iv I, S i1 KM**** 'v BLAASWUK •& Notary °nWi« Amman aaA XuqpeveA B. tmsy m»ta L. J. SfaeitML ,», WVP.4BM. SSS MURxnry M. HAVE YOU Heard About It Bavc 90 WmO rtwt T« wtft *avs a chaos* to hap tets tuBsaiattfal jdlowood. Xmta Mtt at fM easlk A Ma $J4fc00. ismUml jp| uoxdflL aafid tt. Booker,'ltir turn, Mm 7. a. your city Is mm ef tba first to bsr lata wbMi towers Mil tfm 9U.M. vflt be to Dan Moimas, Im track, Bar, t. 1 will MV Mm. PielO* 7SS Eleventh staaofc. Csil ma. pfcao* Bad 'ifilfi. SqaiM B«pb J. L. Oartai at Ifca Idlewild Resort Co. Chicago, DL JAMBS a HOBBfl Attorney a* Ut* uA Notary Ml Abstracta Iwmlnwl, B«al SMali sol seveatt M. Kuan®, VaAntt OUV UfB BBV» ML Willis Wall*, n. o. Vexy SragH la 100O Centat M. D« JOHNSON'S CATS M«Ua tt All Poptlav Prkn Mrs. BttMd Joluuwn, 808 W. Otand Ava. Flunia W*i. BBET JOHNSON, Ol^aaar and Dyar ftn.Tinf, prssslBg, Altering, B«9«Mb8 Work Called for and DeUrared. We do first daw work. Pfc- Wai. 7974 1108 Center St. Daa Malaaa...

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