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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

|S| 1 ai Ante Display, Beading h$ ct ft M, I too* Ml hm It. so IF il *V .fee Wl f- N ts&ze /4 J-''--. 4 w. Fat riplion "Service, per Nol inch Jotices, per line *V 1 Weekly week. J- CO) 5| TBANKSGXVZNGK "While Thanksgiving in its present form is a distinctly American holiday, the idea did not originate in the brain of Governor Bradford in 1621 as some imagine. On the contrary/We may trace its origin back through the ages and the nations to the land of the Canaanites from whom the children of Israel copied many of-their customs. The first record Thanksgiving was the Hebrew feast of the tabernacles. The first English Thanksgiving was on September 8, 1588, for the defeat of the Spanish Armada. There have been but two English Thanksgivings in this c«ntury. One was on JFebruary 27, 1872, for the re eovery of the Prince of Wales from ill ness the other June 21, 1887, for the Queen's Jubilee. The New England Thanksgiving dates from 1633 when the Massachusetts Bay colony set apart day fo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

tl The Trustee Helpers supper hcid Sat urday evenihg, Nov. 6 was a success, a neat sum being realized. -General Bobinson son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Robiiraon, who has been quite sick for the past two weeks, has returned from ^lercy hospital where he submit ted to an operation last week. Relatives and friends of the drug company recently organized in Des Moines, and who were to 6pen their doors to the public this week, extend congratulations and wish this race en terprise unlimited success. Subscribe and pay for the Bystander. Those who attended the home ocming at Iowa City were Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bush and son, Rogers, Mrs. G. I. Thomp son and daughter, Isabel, and Mr. G. W. Slater, Jr. Saturday evening they were guests- at supper at the Delta Sigma Theta sorority house, with Miss Etta Searcy as hostess. Later they were guests at a party gitfen by the Kappa Alpha Psi. Sunday Miss Searcy enter tained at dinner. All the events taking place at the sorority house. All arrangements are pra...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

i*T» 'K ||g ant PfPfeji fpp^p! jfojfv 1 WHEN RHEUMATISM HITS YOP HARD! Sloan's Liniment should be Ice^t handy for aches and pains WHY '|WMiq myij TUB STAR HAIR BROWER A Wonderful flair Dressing aid 6romr. §g 1,000 AGENTS WANTED. trait for a severe pain, an ache, a rheumatic twinge fol lowing exposure, a sore muscle* sciatica, or lumbago to make, you quit work, when you should have Sloan's Liniment handy to help curb it and keep you active, and (it, and ontljejob? Without rubbing, for it penetrates, apply a bit today to the afflicted,part. Note the gratifying, clean .prompt relief that follows. Sloan's Liniment couldn't keep its many thousands of friends the world over if it didn't make good. That's worth remembering. All drug gists—three sizes—the largest Is the most economical. 35c, 70c, £1.40. Sloa, liniment riMrri a uiiiMineai An epigrammatist says a duriol education Is for conversation and th« ether kind tor sab- Pittsburgh Die £3 -r.'V-1*3•••? 1#^-. «WMMWM|I sr*s Hair Crou^, l|...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

«. \f\ *u ^vll I' o. •I *45 bof IEW ITB ent BW Berrit i'-' tmy Autd e' "11?^-. m:Mb. .: j'' Vi WHEN RHEUMATISM HITS YOU HARD! Sloan's Liniment should be kept handy for aches and pains WHY Without rubbing, for it penetrates, apply a bit tod^y to the afflicted, part. .Notethe gratifying, clean,prompt relief that follows. Sloan's Liniment couldn't keep its many thousands of friends the world over if it didn't make good. That's worth remembering. All drug gists—threesizes—the largest is the most economical. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Sloa, Liniment rn«r«-« a THE STAR HAIR GROWER A Wonderful Hair Dressing aid Grower. 1,000 AGENTS WANTED. aend SI.OO and we will send you a full supply that you can begin work with at once also agent's terms. 8end all money by money order to THE STAR HAIR GROWER MF'R., P. O. Box 812, Greensboro, N. C. wait for a severe pain, an ache, a rheumatic twinge fol lowing exposure, a sore muscle, sciatica, or lumbago to make you quit work, when you should have Sloan's Liniment...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

Thanksgiving Hymn Well Liked at Birth But Now Forgotten The first presidential Thanksgiving proclamation was that of President Washington in 1789 on. the occasion of the adoption of the Constitution, the day. curiously enough, being No vember 26—the date of celebration of 1863. This latter was the real fore runner of our national Thanksgiving •day. Occasional and special times of thanksgiving had often been appoint ed by different Presidents, but the year 1863, famous for its decisive national victories, marked also the beginning of the annual series of Thanksgiving days. The great victories Of Gettysburg and VIcksburg were really the cause of- Lincoln's proclamation, and his ex ample (has been followed by all his successors until the annual festival bas become one. of our national insti tutions. The proclamation of 1863 was re markable as the first of a series,, ex tending now over fifty years. It was also noticeable because it was the oc casion of a thanksgiving hymn, by the famou...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

I ,« '•"•S to Thanksgiving Hymn Well Liked at Birth But Now Forgotten The first presidential Thanksgiving proclamation was that of President Washington In 1789 on the ocjaslon of the adoption of the Constitution, the day. curiously enough, being No vember 26—the date of celebration of 1863. This latter was the real fore runner of our national Thanksgiving day. Occasional and special times of thanksgiving had often been appoint ed by different Presidents, but the year 1863, famous for its decisive national victories, marked also the beginning of the annual series of Thanksgiving days. The great victories 6f Gettysburg and Vicksburg were really the cause of- Lincoln's proclamation, and his ex ample (has been followed by all his successors until the annual festival has become one of our national insti tutions. The proclamation of 1863 was re markable as the first of' a series,, ex tending now over fifty years. It was also noticeable because It was the oc casion of a thanksgiving hymn, ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

im UtO ter* am .-•&'< ip" Jr «, S®8- t. iiV "-iim Writer Makes Assertion That Fresh Acquaintanceships Have Tendency to Mike Life Brighter. As a rule so-called old friends are simply those we bare known from_our youth. We know all about (hem and they 4tnow all about us. If you have succeeded In life, and they have not, they envy you, and if you have not succeeded and they have they simply pity or ignore you. With new acquaintances It In differ ent They come fresh upon the scene. Yov take each other at face-value and each puts forward the best fpot. You do not undertake to inquire into the past, but discuss the present and fu ture. In this way you Interest each other and your hearts do really^ burn within you. With old friends it is different. You «re constantly bringing up the past, muct) of which both of you would like to forget With new acquaintances we are apt to look upon the new and bright side of life with the so-called old friends we are apt to dwell upon past events, a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 November 1920

«R *V "i 1 m- "THB2 BAD Y6V READ OTHER PAPERS FOR OOOD YOU DO VOL. XXVI. NO. 22. IA COTTON BLOSSOM SINGERS -c'TW i, THE BYSTAMDER vjvC «k. .-'.'... Jv-JF & "V, vrv^s-Kl "•*r^"TOa» J. W/Johnson Confirm ed N.A.A.C.P. Sec (Special to The Bystander^ New York, Nov. 20.—The National Association forthe Advancement of Col ored People, 70 Fifth avienue, announced that the lynchings of one woman Minnie Ivory,, and two men, Alex Byrd and .Willie Ivory, reported to have Recurred in Douglas, Ga., Nov. 18, brought the total number of verified lynchings for the year 1020 tip to fifty:.' James Weldon -Johnson, secretary of the association, in a statement issued at the office said $hat £hese facts would' be laid before congress shortly after the session opened in the association's cam paign for the passage of Senator Curtis' federal anti-lynching bill. Hon. James Weldon Johnson, author, diplomat, poet and orator, was con firmed as secretary of the Xational (asso ciation for the Advancement of Co...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 November 1920

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 November 1920

$T« a^sawa? mcj EXELENTO SKIN BEAUTIFIER GnI far all •Ida «OMh. Acta ImanHatclx mmi ilnnt alracilwilj on dark «m4 nlbw akin*,' whi tenia* and ruwrlif all piaiples and Miatm. Price Me. 4^s 'v:-^ ".'V To the Republicans of the Country and all those who aided them: The Republican success in the 1920 election has been commensurate with the quality of our candidates and the righteousness of our cause. This success is the partnership accom plishment of all .Republicans everywhere and of hundreds of thousands "of well wishers of good government regardless of past party affiliations. To all of these we now appeal, be cause it is the mutual responsibility of us all who will share alike in the con sequent benefit of good government. The plan of -limiting campaign con tributions to $1,000, adopted by your national organization has left \your party unmortgaged. It has been a most advanced step in placing the business of politics on the highest plane, and has brought an in terest on the part 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. — 25 November 1920

,TfpPf U&' the r-? 1 Dm W&S& M'^£: 'KiJi 'i. il oi vr A. ai -t- .V'-v'Tv ir V. ate 11 1 «.»: ..»• rfe V~ W' M-J PP-" rnm •v. CHA8. M. 8HED- leek sMMm *±f 1 leading per llae O—tract ratee^rea npoa application*, r* AD Advertisements paid for la advance. j£,T£ SH^aaaffllS— A :¥,Amendment Tennessee, which ratified the Suffrage into a Federal Law, has started something which will surely m*~ teriiliw into something big and'worth while if the plans of the women in Nashville go through. It is that every inman who east a ballot In the Novem i^'ber election shall contribute one cent toward a monument to be erected in jfT- honor of 8 as an B. Anthony, author of the Federal Suffrage Amendment and pioneer leader in the movement for votes. It was her quiet persistence and womanly demeanor, handed down to the women in her ^jjarty who won the vie tory and all must acknowledge that the training as well, as the inspiraiton eame from her. If every woman were to give one cent to the womafi ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 November 1920

tf w* i|VVv-»». ifr wrgfc ,v ,• vi:- «$&«•* our Cart JkrWeiglifcori MT. PLEASANT NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. William Burnaugh en tertained Rev. and Mrs. Handy at din ner last Sunday. Miss Viola Harris has returned from a pleasant" visit to Minneapolis, Minn. Thp B. Y. P. U. rendered. an excel lent program last Sunday evening at the Baptist church.. The program consisted of recitations, talks, solos and quar tets. Much credit is due tjie President, Mrs. ¥in., Burfiaugh for her untiring efforts in getting, up' this program. Mr. Perry Greenup of Ottumwa spent last Sunday iit the city visiting his lit tle son, Frank and other relatives. Mrf. Bert Wells accompanied by her sister and niece, Mrs. Robert Anderson and Miss_Dorothy was in Burlington last Sunday visiting her daughter, Miss' Jeaniiette. She found her a little bet ter. Mr. Wm. Wyatt of Ottumwa spent last Sunday in the vity. -with his wife. Bey. Hubbard was unable to preach last Sunday because he was sick. The chiclcen 'pie supper giv...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 November 1920

-.w* .i!te &v*- Motz at( ",* "W ?|4 -V '%, ffv. il? -5fi -v. Ut $ hfy t," ai frfc* «?s« 4 'i-iy'd+f pTn J, __ S &U I r' ti f- J"* mi —_ 's Hair CrtfU)- Ml DeS vV*rw* w^ww^% ~\»JfrCf 1 "',• m* abd V$£ f*. 'jr «v PRESCRIPTION I S S 1200 Center-St. Phone Wal. 2738 "WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU". WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF Toilet Preparations Rubber Goods Candies Our Fountain service "Courteous treatment and j| Always." to the Dance! where when my complexion was so awfully bad. It almost disfigured me, and I was ashamed. But now, I "have the bright, clear, smooth.com* plexion that every woman ought to •/j have and can have if she wiU cjnly use the wonderful Palmer's °SKIN- SUCCESS" Ointment. It acts like :5magic./:, ,v For the woman who cares for her personal appearance, a good com rl plexion is -everything. Palmer^ ^SKIN-SUCCESS" Ointment will give it to you. Your druggist knows him. S:n&: pALMERs IN U.S PATENT QFFICC. Ointment Palmer's SKIN^SUCCESS Ointment—35c-7|^ Palmer's H...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 November 1920

miS^' -s li "i &L. r- fe £S' ,'1",-'. nv•' *S,v.. e, rc -. s^,': &» X-,' i^y. S i-.' ,:' .. t,*.-' HEMPHILL EXPLAINS ORGANIZATION OF 3pjk2E*v^ •. According to Mr. Hemphill, the need for American help to see the destitute peoples of the Near East through the crisis of present conditiona ls greater now than ever before on account of the uncertainty as to tfie future, the trucu lence of the Turkish government and the danger Of bolshevisna vm NEAR EAST RELIEF S Ss* Prominent New York Banker Says Aim Is 100% Relief 4 of Starving Peoples. •Just wliat.lt tbe Near East Relief? Is the question that many people are asking whose Interests \have been awakened to tbe terrible conditions existing In tbe Levant today," says Alexander J. Hemphill, -President ef tbe Guarantee Trust Company and well known New York banker and financier. "In prosaic facts, tbe Near East Relief Is a body Incorporated by act of Congress tbe object of which la •to provide relief and to assist in the repatriation, ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 November 1920

1 11 XW# nwpft^y^ $r# v"^,")"' 5^ v» lift'* tl? V* feitf s*tf 17 Aut t. VM. maKinc UYKftS In throngs are M3 tbetr holiday pilgrimage to the Vlbfeoa counters Just now, looking for WRMtioiuf for gifts. There is a long Kit of handsome and dainty article# jnade of ribbon on display, with bags of: many kinds-maintaining their place «ur the favorite. Shopping bags con sume more yards of ribbon than any •titer one of the Innumerable things ihat are made of it, for these bags are Saore decora tire and more serviceable than almost any other kind. Their tidmen appeals to women and their IndfvIduaUty. Purchasers pick out the Myto of bag they like, select the rib bon-.-and mounting that pleases them Daest, choose a proper lining and put (hem together in a way to suit them* (Wives. If they need any coaching those who sell the ribbons are there to help them out, Jy- Three handsome bags as 'shown in' the picture are fine examples of rib bon work. Plain satin and metallic brocaded ribbon are used f...

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 December 1920

r-v :*v" :,a v.*" 'hx y* w'irV 'd' $ •. FOR THE BAD YOU W.j READ OTHER PAPEI FOR THE QOOD YOU DoW READ THE BYSTANDER V' VOIi. XXVI. NO. 22. Pagent in Boston Promotes Negro Wdtare Performance to B« Presented in Many Cities for Benefit of University. Boston, No**. 27.—Enthusiasm ran high l*st evening in the Symphony Hall over the pageant of "The Open Door:" Something of this presentation makes it a living -national interest. It concerns the progress of the Negro race. Barely, if ever, have whites and blacks bees mixed in such numbers on such equality and with such mutual good feeling and sympathetic enthusiasm. Boston's best and Cambridge's cultured were among the list .of patrons. "The Open Door" was written by Mrs. Bichard Ware, the wife of the pres ident of Atlanta University. Its music, the effectiveness of its appeal to the am bition of the Negro race, and in its dem onstration to white people of the rapid progress and capacity of the Negroes in such that the Atlanta constitution...

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 December 1920

1 J* *V flXr ?4» 1, It *4 j, d: T* JX% at.,,. is. ••.vK-s, A?1'X &&&$ fpl# gf.^58 Bj 4 J. ra ut lodJ ter* '.r' 'V ODCH! ANOTSffi \, MSlJ MEWMICTWBGE fkt btuQr and itilm t&OM with that handy bottle Sloan's Liniment HAT Sloan's does, it does tbof^ oughly—penetrates ling without rub» to the afflicted part and fvomptly relieves most lcinda of exter nal pains' and aches. You'll find it dean and non-«kin-staining. tandy Keep it for sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, ovfer-exuited musdes, stiff joints, back ache, pains, bruises, straina, sprains, tad weather after-effects. For 39 years Sloan's Liniment has Kdped thousands the world over. You aren't likely to be an exception. It cer tainly does produce results. All druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. Sloa-' Liniment ST-——- YES, OLD TOf»^ ,1 English Bug—My eye, but these 'ere bloomin' open grates are fine these chilly mornings! ft vl •J ,c Intensely Occupied. try not to loiter nor shirk, Tet this my intention doth balk 2 am often too busy ...

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

5,- MBS. BASQUE BLAGBURN v. ?i Over -tV*. 919 Center St.. », Phone Bed TBS DUDLEY THEATER 209-211 North Second Street St. Joseph, Mo. |fnL Cfcas. T. Phelps, Proprietress. Hoy E. Handy J. W. Bland Funeral Director Golden Rule Service Golden Rule Prices Phone Market 1488 ma Center Street Desfloihes, Iowa v.-, We deal in USED FUNITURE Bought sold an Exchanged GRAND FURNITURE CO. 911-13 Grand Ave Des Moines, Iowa FOB BENT. Dandy office space at 1206 Center street for doctor, dentist or lawyer on the first floor of our new building being erected at Twelfth and Center streets. For information call E. TRACY BLAGBURN CO. Drake 774 M. 1872 A Swell Barker Shop Lady Barbers If a girl loves a*boy that's her business. If a boy loyes a girl that's his business. If they both love each other that's their .business. If your need a hair, cut, shave, shampoo, shave that's OUR BUSINESS. A. PEACEFUL SHOP" Mrs. 3. J. Boach & Mrs. O. V. Sweeney, Props. 923 Center Street. HOTEL Williams 215-17 WEST Che...

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

V- K, ft- & Ml e- ei \r ,-. r3".- .A .•*• vr 1 1 0HA8. M. SHED„ rJk per iaefc Notice*, per lino 1 OTO FIRST DEPUTY SHERIFF. Lindsay, formerly first lieutenant of 866th infantry has been appointed de puty sheriff of Polk county by Chap lain Winifred E. Eobb, sheriff-elect. TWb is a recognition to which the col ored people are justly entitled but one which in view of the fact that the vic torious candidate received only a small per eent of the total Negro vote, was surprising. Chaplain Bobb has done what no other sheriff in the history of Polk county has done—appointed a Ne gro to a place above that of bailiff— and his act merits the approval of all members of the race. The Bystander was opposed to the election of the Rev. Mr. Bobb, as it was to the candidacies of all Democrats. Credit must be given where credit is due, however, and while congratulating 8herifF-Eleet Bobb on his appointment of Polk county's first Negro deputy sheriff, we desire to call attention to the fact that t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 December 1920

ii mother, Mrs. C. Thomas this week. Mrs. Lizzie Jeffers and Mrs. Nellie Estes were over Bunday visitors at the home of their relatives, Mr. Roy Gray son and Mrs. Walter Bennings. At the home of Mrs. Zoe Hollings worth on Saturday evening Albia young people gave a party. Mr. andMrs. Weeks of Ottumwa was in Albia at the parental B. T. Lewis bome. OSKAIiOOSA ITEMS. Sunday was a beautiful day and serv ices were well attended. Kev. Palmer preached two glorious sermons which was enjoyed by all that heard him, Mr. and Mrs. Proctor and son are visiting at the homo of their sister, Mrs John Watts. Mr. Thomas Brown passed away Fri day morning at about 6 o'clock at the Mahaska hospital where he has been for several weeks funeral services were conducted Saturday at the Wilcox funeral home. Mr. Bender is visiting his wife this week. Mr. Greene is a Mt. Pleasant visitor. Mrs. Jennie Johnson is on the sick list nursing a sereve sorje throat, Mr. Bender, Mr. Beed and Miss Lewis took dinner at Mr. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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