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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 March 1921

THE VabUahiag **4 & N 4+r v*4?-* rf»r **Pi A .#*f I '1^ & tv? Pco •y* &*** J* 1* '.*• h* £4 1 c,* $ oti •**h. Jmto. Q«M •Ihi Wifarat 8M« •»„.... »itrfd at th« r«M OOtoo o( Doa jl S^"m.8hed Beading Sotlees, por liao Ooatraot rates givea upon application!. AM Advertisements pai&for la ad vanes. took, ''rgt'-c a upon »$F\' 1 •Tk* Editorials ^(By Mrs. Elbert R. Hail) 1CEU HARDING AMERIOAX TWENTY-NINTH PRESIDENT W a re a in is paper publisher and the 1 first basiness by occupation to Mrrve 88 presi dent of the United States. He iB the twenty-ninth chief-executive, reckoning Cleveland's two terms as separate ones because he was the only president serv ing twice who was not re-elected. Nineteen presidents were lawyers at the time they were elected. Three were classified as statesmen, two as soldiers, two A farmers, one as a public official. Mr. Harding might also fall within the elass of statesmen, as he had served six years in the Senate when elected, and was the first sen...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 March 1921

I* 4 vf "H •I OkiabnlilBl Ooogh BMMdy. IdUBC *o Good for 0ragh or OflUL "Everyone who has used Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy speaks well of it," writes Edward P. Miller, Abbottstown, Pa. People who onee u»e this prepara tion are seldom satisfied with any other. It ia excellent to allay a cough or break •p eold.—Adv. •66 WXXX BXLBAX A GOLD, FBVB& amd amxm for you JVaar fnl years' quioxbr than any THJLWQ *FB KNOW, nrvoicoNXA. on choice land in town, school, market, railroad. Fine ctlMliw, jmre water, good roads, stock, dairy, track and Many colored peopls jrkM. Easy tax exemption yea. It's TBBB. Bide* Chicago, 111. uniisss flroit fdh^ buying hero. Lew terms. TREE inmyif to settlers. fflustratod booklet tells how we CENfEB DBES8 GLttB W. J. Bheuhexd. Manager Gleaning, Repairing, Dyeing and Tailoring Satisfaction Guaranteed. We Call for and Deliver 1018 Center Bt. Des Moines, Iowa Phone Walnut 3746. Unexcelled Service Claudius A. Meade, licensed broker, high grade stocks and bonds. Sp...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 March 1921

"u Sioux Tha Rid I W' CITY JSm fcnaca. dunti held their regular juitlai kjr aftsrnoon it tk« Bomi Mrs. Dobwn. An extremely interesting paper oh Ku KUi* Kl»u was ji?«n fcr Mrs. Russell Bryant *nd di»cu »«d By all. Qn^t* tiott* from Booker T. Washington followed. duet VII rendered by Mr. Bovd and Dick arson. Whist playing finished tha after noon'* enterulnmeat after wWA the hostess, Mrs. William Oasley, served a light lancheon. Tha next meeting will be held at the home •f l[ra( Wyncna Sales. XT. PIJBASAJTT Mrs. John Greenup las* Wednesday. After regular busineis was transacted Mrs. Myrtle Beed read a moat interesting paper. Subject. "If a father chums with his boy and girl what effect will it have on them when they meet a moral crisis." The paper was dis cussed by all members present and many excellent thoughts were brought out. The &9%t meeting will be held wilfi. Mrs. Handy, Mm. Geo. Jackson is able to be out again after a spell of sickness. Cottage prayer meetings of Second Bap...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 March 1921

5 'ta I It l?3' fcfiM WW" ifZksLt met Wi it rata axovx offr hna.' dwn«« bald ttartr rtfular •day iftmow At Bom* uri Dobaon. An extremal SLuasollon A tl liam Onaley, nerved a light luncheon. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mra, Wjfrona Sales. MT. PXJSASAlft* XBWS. Miss Dorothy Anderson haa returned from a pleasant visit in Monmouth, ni.' Miaa Beulah Palmer waa a Burlington vis itor one day laat week. Mra. Ellen Weeks keepa quite poorly. -S The Mother's Council met at the home of Mra. John Greenup laat Wednesday. After regular business waa tranaaoted Mra. Myrtle Beed read a moat interesting paper. Subject "If a father chuma with hfa Doy and gir what effeet will it have on them when they meet a moral crisis." The paper waa dia cussed by all members present and many excellent thoughts were p?ought out. The next meeting will be held with Mra. Handy Mrs. Geo. Jackson is able to be out again after a spell of sickness. Cottage prayer meetings of Second Bap tiat church were held...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 March 1921

.7 -,f Si. •wjf vu* /^"'i r't ., ., '^y FOR THE BAD YOU" DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE OOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER Xl'fy VOL. XXVI. NO. 39. A\r# Establishment of a Bureau of Ne gro Work with a Negro executive secretary who will have complete charge of all interests and activities of Negro members of the Methodist Episcopal church, has been effected tion, according to information church extension of that denomina by the Board of Home Missions and reaching here today. The Rev. Mr. W. A. C. Hughes, D. D., formerly area secretary of New Orleans, has been elected to head the bureau. He will have supervision over all the Negro conferences of the church and interpret the peculiar problems and needs of his people to the board. This bureau will have equal standing in the organization with the bureau of city work, the bureau of rural work, the bureau of for eign-speaking work, and other bureaus of the board of home mis sions and church extension. Secretary Hughes received many votes at 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. — 24 March 1921

0 T„ •T: \V it "l'\ A,V\* 4* Establishment of a Bureau of Ne gro Work with a Negro executive secretary who will have complete charge of all interests iand activities of Negro members of the Methodist Episcopal church, has been effected tion, according to information church extension of that denomina by the Board of Home Missions and reaching here today. The Rev/ Mr. W. A. C. Hughes, D, D., formerly area secretary of New Orleans, has been elected to head the bureau. He will have supervision over all the Negro conferences of the church and interpret the peculiar problems and needs of his people to the board. This bureau will have equal standing in the organization with the bureau of city work, the bureau of rural work, the bureau of for eign-speaking work, and other bureaus of the board of home mis sions and church extension. Secretary Hughes received many votes at the Methodist general con ference at Des Moines, Iowa, May last, when two bishops were [^elected to full rank the Metho "...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 March 1921

I 'V i"* 7 •-H l!5f: 'CkW£$ U0VWI C, MWt WLBZJT M. HAI*U TtOBKWt *. Wfll csn. m. an®—. 5 jsty *1 •SUa-r. i- kM^ t%A C'l'" l*"P Editorials OB*JM*£B«fJtffaft) Mjanuziy, a mawmmw ioii«ri!yw(na»» Star tltt «c fc»*i *»T«d the w«M £»r .mwKf, raid few wwpmtt acre H« 0*it*d States tfce *e preacli «f lyeUmg, aa evil wfctek to «fU« litod •bmi utmmMmg demiMl taLf «f itammaiir jotti**. A dMhifniM dcrcwn fw« 0«or Bfcfeop Chamfer, ***^T &Mrtid* wfcfck W arpM* tfcst lyaeir rn so "ofoe •worn?, if J*6B« e»fl wave" «f ttw pat «tti« Judge Andrew J. Cobb, one of the Ifegro was purely circumstantial, and that be was "in all probability inno e*»t." It Is an eneottraghig act that the Aetbens ministerial association has adopted Testations denooneiag the lynching. Governor JU/rnej, a fearless ,foe of the lyneb-law, has offered a re war'! for the apprehension of the lead ers of tbe mob, the eonnty eommisaion- ^sw*- WHY MOT YOU? v) -r- e. Many colored people are buying our *boiee land ia Michigan. Splendi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 March 1921

t- Easter In History Rev. Geo• W. Robinson D. D. Whispers of Bursting Life. We must not lose the synjbolism of faster, whether Easter eggs remind us ei the potency of life that they con toLn, or Easter musie whispers of the bursting life of nature, or Eastor bap tism typifies the resurrection of our Lord. It is an ancient custom of the church, and one that is peculiarly ap propriate on Easter, to observe the ordi nance of baptism on that day. It is the symbolism of immersion that makes the form so important to Bap tists.- To rise from the watery grave is prophetic, as Easter is, of the resurrec tion that shall be. While we have no reason to restrict baptism to faster Sunday, there is a peculiar fitness in observing it on that- day. Will Mm Quarrel at His Grave? It would seem a? if nothing Bhould be permitted to mar the observance of faster, yet earl^ in Christian history a dispute arose among the churches as to the proper date of Easter Jewish pre judice clashed with Gentile prefere...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 March 1921

A*!** JC ft 4'-^ *r 1 m •«far( mj¥°- IV {, N? fa ,. t. Easter, the Great Festival of the Orient, Interest singly Celebrated xS S'.wS^ X«K#W 7i''"'--x jppfcyf .' '..! The name of Jerusalem is repeated •n Easter day by millions and mil iums of followers of the Christian reli as well as the Jewish. If one stops to think how many times the word Jerusalem has been repeated dur ing the 2,000 years that have passed since the appearance of the Nazarene oat the platform of the world history, one must admit that there Is no city in the world that can rival with Jeru salem in fame. The name of Jeru salem has become a familiar and sweet name to many a nation and many an individual. "4 RECENT reports it was men tioned that Jerusalem has been cov ered by a .wlilte carpet'of snow 29 Inches deep, and that due to the ex cessive snow load one of the old olive trees in Gethsemane gave way and fell. The fall of this tree has again fulfilled another prophecy stating that Jerusalem will be delivered from...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 March 1921

ivwftwwa »f tat rrn/wm & 1, S* Obaaboliiit'i Otggk Kotbiag So Oood for a Cough or Cold. -N "Everyone who has used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy speaks well of it," dS writes Edward P. Miller, Abbottstown, ".^M l*®1 People who onee use this prepara tion are seldom satisfied with any other. It ft excellent to allay a cough o^ break ap a cold.—Adv. 066 WILL BREAK A COLD, FEVER r®*™® WOKBB THAN ANY KNOW, PBSVENTma PNEUMONIA. you on choice land In Twri»iHy«. Near town, school, market, railroad. Fine climate, pore water, good roads, success- Many colored people buying here. Low prices. Basy tfrms. FBEE insurance, S years' tax exemption to settlers. Big illustrated booklet tells how we help you. It's FREE, Send for it NOW. SWIGABT, T-126S, First National Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111. CENTER DRESS CLUB W. J. Shepherd, Manager Cleaning, Repairing, Dyeing and Tailoring Satisfaction Guaranteed. We Call for and Deliver 1012 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa Phone Walnut 3746. Unexcelled Service Claudiu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 March 1921

tZl 2*/1 Slg fT 4.#- PIf K, aw Our Neigbors OOUIAOU, IOWA. mirnnil BialM II—. The Sunday school!* rehearsing for their Oa* of Ceo tmillt'i yowigoat »rt mo« ta_le«»»ed_ aia* gfl will MiMar An yrWUI OMt 8ttOfltJ SMttr procrMi n«t Mr. and Mn. Art Brown entertained lUv. Booker and Rev. R. V. Palmer at a 6 clock dU££ home this week •with tonsllitis. Mrs. Oscar Smith haa been in town this vo«k mttinz two teeth extracted. 111 also her •later, liiw HelenJfcter, who plmye« Miss Patty Henderson and he* two sisters of Brans, low* will also appoa* op th» pro gram next Bandar They sre planning to make this on* of the greatest events of the •inion and thty will* I**®. Clark entertained Mr*. 0. Taylor and daughter. Miss M. Tay lor oat for dinner lart *auraday. They en tered the day and night at their home. lire. John Frederick left l»«t Thursday for Osage to the W»W« of her sick «th» Residents of Oikatcos* are beginning to oat greens laat week. Tbe heavy nine are iCrstheir nst lending them In abun...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 31 March 1921

v. A sk fe rv*wMf»• .•+ 5 »0 Sfl- Vf" cwwimrew*»«»* mmm? FOR TH1B BAD READ FOUR FOUND IN RIVER. Three Sons of Planter, Accused of Ordering the Killings, Are Abo Arrested. MILITIA HELD UNDER ARMS Department of Justice Agents Be lieve Two More Were Slain and Thrown into River. Atlanta, Ga., March 26.—The bodies of five Negroes were disinterred today on the Jasper county plantation, of John Williams by Department of Jus tice agents, led by Clyde Manning, a Negro who was employed by Williams, and who, according to the authorities, has confessed that he aided Williams in the killing of the Negroes. Another body was taken from the Alcovy river. The boctieiB found today brought the total discovered lot the peonage investi gation in Jasper -*ounty up to nine, those of three other Negroes having been foimd several weeks ago in .the down with rocks. The The body taken from the Alcovy riv er had been weighed down and chained as were those taken from the Tellow river. Of the five dug from the s...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 31 March 1921

5 I V" !*.".V. ~4£& SV fw fe-JV mf 5 f* 44^ F,*f §,m» if t«' r"" ,,«n«v CHJLS. U, SHED. gr ^t, IF 7 fotiees, ates gi1 tatnet »tM AB •dTartUene&U a 4. JK. sr ..yy-'^js^g! "rrefcg:' In the United States James Monroe began his second term as president fol lowing "the era of-good feeling." Ar rangements were made to open up Liberia as a Negro colony for freed m«n. Amherst college was founded... THINGS TO FO&GET. If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life forget your neighbor's faults. Forget all the 0f Instant niiwv ii Kini atralghtened. Worker., So tt that one can "TtwSutt r»» D* M«U«, toW*. W-8MW1 (taPMHjt (By Mrs. Elbert 11 HaH 1 A HUMntSD SSASI MO. Ab we enter the year 1921 it ia in structive to glance back a century and see what was happening in 1821. There was a congress of great powers that year which, like the recent one at Geneva, did not include the United States—but for different reasons. In that year it met at Laibach in Austria, Hiard its princip...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 31 March 1921

666 WILL K' I *4 it®!* 1 .# 1' 4* we 'V 1 .11. .1 1 1 HowSlrft'SS? far Oougfc or Cold. \j "Everyone who has used Chamber plain's Cough Bemedy ipetki well of it/' %^||writes Edward P. Miller, Abbottstown, Pa. People who once use this prepara tion are seldom satisfied with any other. |lt is excellent to allay a tough or break ^p a epld.—Adv*te^ uv*- y*\ BBBAK AMD GBXFPB QUKUUUt THAN ANY nmxq wb know. pbbvbjntjlnq PNBTJltONXA. "M- CUT KATE DBUO OO. Willis Wolfe* Ph. G. Prop. Very Best Drugs in City 1000 Center St. Dss Moines, Iowa USE SLOAN'S TO WARD OFF PAW Tou can Just tell by its healthy stimulating odor, that it is going to do you good !'tF I only had some Sloan's Llni* I ment!" How often you've said that! And then when the rheu matic twinge subsided—after hours oft suffering—you forgot it! Don't do it again—get a bottle to day andrkeep it handy for possible use tonight! A sudden attack may come on—sciatica, lumbago, sore muscles, "backache, stiff joints, neuralgia, the pains and 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. — 31 March 1921

v«T i'/ '$ "V .'j4» f-'p. 4 A- &"-VR jSW H® mJ, .j :v US r-" TV •*.*: (WNeigbors 1D88 MAB DAVIS. The above eat ia that of one of oar faithful agent* for 4h« Bystander. GeneAily eaeh Monday fcfternoon We, find V'gg Da via' artiie on "Albia News," on oar desk. Her writeup though brief are tcf ALBIA MEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Mt«rtiii«d about fourteen young peopl* in honor of her daugh ter, Mil* ElHu't Tburteeuth birthday. A tfcree-eourae lunch wa# served. All report a delightful tine. The Stewardess Board met at the home of Mrs. Delia Thomas on Monday after soon. A number of others were invited- to be present at a demonstration of the alumi num ware cooking. They were a tlhighly pleased and some purchases made. The Sewing Circle club met st the home of Mrs. H. Jorffes on Monday afternoon. Mr. Henry Jones has been quite ill but is up and out again. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie B*H of Ottumwa visited at the parental Monroe Davis home and friends in Albia on Baster Sunday. Mr*. Allie Brownma...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 April 1921

:vi P' $s$. •f&f V, :'.ir v: "Trial" tGn0JohnSn!ht^e 'hi8 According ^"0fS?'^*""} "fy "V1" ..-7 FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE OOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER XXVI. NO. 41. ^ilTb»jd Min before SELECT JURY TO TRY OWNER OF SLAVE FARM Covingtongton, Ga., April 5. A jury to try John 8. Williams, Jasper county farmer, on a charge of the murder of one of the eleven Negroes alleged to have been killed on his plantation in an effort to hide peonage practices was completed today in the Superior court here and the taking of testimony will begin tomorrow.. Seven farmers, two merchants, a clerk, a barber, .and a drueeist were finally sworn to try east after an all day struggle between counsel. FIND RAILROAD PORTER IS IiEPROUS TO BE ISOOATED Boston, Masftf, April 5.—A Negro porter who sought treatment of. a local nhvsieian was declared a leper today and isolated, pending his removel to the federal leprosarium in Louisiana. VOL.<p></p>PENROSE NEGRO BRANDED BY KLUKLUXKL...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 April 1921

fi--® is? irj% •tfi L..- jte A 5aJ I WS-" -W & if' pv**. V' 4 m- it & ft?* fe £$sJf§S MS I & Sfj & 3HA&M. SHED. &%$e •tx Months & imeh liti JSfir m* mtdf Totiees, per line Pent tact rates given "po» application*. AB Adrertisemests paid for in advance. Editorials (By Mrs* Elbert R. Hall) Again has Harry Ingham, the fearless editor of the Des Moines Register and Tribune spoken out in behalf of justice and equal op portunity for all peoples, regard less of race, color or previons con dition, as will be seen in an edi torial nnder the caption *4 Pen rose Is Right," which appeared in the Des Moines Register of Thurs day morning March 31 and which the Bystander reproduces for the benefit of its readers who did not see it in the Register. iWv Pennwe is Bight. The Register had not anticipated finding itself in fall and heartv accord frith Senator Penrose on anything, but, strangely enough, the senator has said something that most meet the hearty approval of all i...

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 April 1921

til Obuttbolala'* Oongh B«medr5»- *4^ Wothin* Bo Good for a dough or Cold. "Everyone who has used Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy speaks well of it," writes Edward P. Miller, Abbottstown, Pa. People who once use this prepara tion are seldom satisfied with any other. It is excellent to allay a eough or break lp a cold.—Adv. WILL BBBAK A COLD, FEVER «?*. ^AMP QRIPPE QUICKER THAN ANY f/ THIKQ WE KNOW, PREVENTING* %. 4THBUMONIA. Bend Btamped envelope for return. Claudius A. Meade, licensed broker, high grade stocks and bonds. Specialist in the stocks of the colored corporations of merit. 2401 7th Ave., New York, N. Y. Phone Audubon 1139. Branches in Boston, Philadelphia* Omaha and Los Angeles. ATHLETIC BA31BEB, SHOP Hair Cutting by Electricity Cigars and Soft Drinks Shoe Shining 919 Center O. WELDON & STONE BROS., Props. 666 IS A PRESCRIPTION FOR COLDS, FEVER AND LAGRIPPE. IT'S THE MOST SPEEDY REMEDY WE KNOW. •OUT RATE DRUG CO. •Willis Wolfe, Ph. Ck Prop. Very Best Drugs in City 1000 Ce...

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 April 1921

\Wb th\im f*' Ttffi c/ •V •ffifc* ft*' "3*®?-4k: OB** vTW *.' Pi *YS .*£8* ••V'C'' 7 9 TKS jfe? *%gxe & yr i. & x^hiy^ Our Neigbors ngiUR inwa. v^" Mr. md itr*. Will ism BurnaiuA mUr t*ln*d B«r. and lira. Handy and mt, Don't forget our teachers meeting Friday evening at 7:30. The missionary meeting .at Mrs. Ida Dab ^S»mer'a was enjoyed by all who were present. Mrs Emma Sykes has returned to the .-•icitv after being absent two weeks. iliases Irene and Dosa Buckner of Keo jt sanqaa were in tra city. While here they ••'•'•attend the banquet. Mrs Ethel Patterson, Mrs. Rev. Jackson, Oertrnde Robinson, Mr. Joe Pickett and Thomas Robinson of Mt. Pleasant attended -the banquet. Mrs Bnrkley of Washington, Iowa attend ed the banquet. The banquet given at the Yoeman hall &<-9Carch 15 by the Star of Bethleham No. 591 -.was a success. There were a large number from Ottumwa besides those who put on the play of the Mock Trial which was enjoyed by all pres ent We only wish that many ...

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 April 1921

1#*J .• *f A- i- 'H -'K^y I* t$ fc i" •Wa^T* FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE QOODU YOU DO READ THE BYSTAM^" XXVI. NO. 42. Convicted Plantation Owner Monticello, Ga., April 11.—In dictments were returned here today by Jasper county grand jury against John S. Williams, his three sons, Huland, Marvin and Leroy, and Clyde Manning, his Negro farm t^ whraecus d6 Williams of in- Huland Williams was indicted for the killing' of the Negro named "Black Strap." The jury will continue tomorrow investigation of the recent lynching of Eugene Hamilton. The investigation was begun this morning and Superior Judge Parks, in charging the jur ors, declared that unless the law acted to check "these cold-blooded murders and outrages I firmly be lieve God Almighty will soon take the situation in hand." Judge Parks had a prayer said in court before instructing the jury. "Lawlessness in this section has now reached tlie-point where it will cause us to be shunned unless we check it" Judge Parks ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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