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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 April 1921

S&uw ks^ Display, insk •JX.U '^4 .igiJ.VV' W* 1 7i est ,-5# THE WILLIAMS PEONAGE CASE. In reference to the peonage murders in Georgia which have attracted nation ^d« attention,, the K«w York Times **. V?.'v i) baa the followine to say cliicrially in its issue of April 11: "Newton county, in which John S. 5 Williams, a planter, has been found guilty of the murder of a Negro held in peonage, ia little, more tjian an hour'a ride by automobile from Atlanta, and Jasper, the adjoining county, where the defendant lived, is about thirty miles north of Macon. That part of central' •i-S-i Georgia should be a prosperous cotton s'#growing country in normal times, with good schools, poliee protection, and 1^1%'?-' conrt8 ts? W Justice confines the post-war slavery of plantation Negroes to "sore spots where -soeial conditions are less advanced," to Kiferquote from the report of an investiga |5'^tor. What should be determined, is how ^many of these "sore s^tots" there are ^i^Jin the Cotton Sta...

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 April 1921

,- mip* db*. ChiabntolB1* dough itMty. RoOtai So Good for a Cough oc Gold. "Everyone -who hu used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy speaks well of It," writes Edward P. Miller, Abbottstuwn, Fa. People wlo Dnee'Ue this prepara tion are seldom satisfied Wjtfi any other. It is excellent to allay a eough Kw^ •p a cold.—Adv. 666 WILL BBBAX A COLD, FEVER AND GRIPPE QUICKER THAN ANY THING WE KNOW, PREVENTING PNEUMONIA. Claudius A. Meade, licensed broker, high grade stocks and bonds. Specialist in the stocks of the colored corporations or merit. 2401 7th Ave., New York, N. Y. Phone Audubon 1139. Branches in Boston, Philadelphia, Omaha and Los Angeles. ATHLETIC BAJtBER 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 IA&RIPPE. IT'S THE MOST SPEEDY REMEDY WE KNOW. OUT RATE DEVG CO. Willis Wolfe, Ph. G. Prop. Very Be&t Drugs in City 1000 70* H4Q Center St."? Des Moines, Iowa Informing reli...

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 April 1921

Uf If AK W WHY* 4 %.• 2.ffV- &* s"« %-v tfsi-'-:-. Name •v & 1&1 fcf W:' m-. CEO AS UPIDS VOTES. (Qumne Boone.) A SINCBEK APPEAL —you want a red blooded, two fisted, dean construc tive, up-to-date newspaper for the people and by the people. A paper that will give the best side of every subject, the news that will elevate the minds of its readers to plains of nobler thought, editorials that give the real truth of things not told in any way— THE BYSTANDER, a paper for the people and by thfli people incarnate. FRIENDS I ,*F'7'iS —seriously we have considered a modern newspaper plant which would enable us to put out a bigger and better BYSTANDER. We have decided to make a start toward that goal, \:l\. 1 Many of you owe us for The Bystander and we are asking that you PAY your subscription at once, Jf our representatives do not call to see you within five days mail the money to us. In each town there ?will be some one who will represent us locally and to Hjthose who reside in ...

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 April 1921

"Wi i'~8 v,y wm •. .... VS. rS* HfftoMtf, ^?v'." ,x. FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD!! YOU Da READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVI. NO. 43. Williams Also Kills Two Aged Negores Nick and Minnie Walker meet death at hands of Georgia Peonage Atlanta, Ga., April 15.—After they had worked 20 years for John &. Williams on the "murder farm" in Jasper county, two aged Ne groes, Nick and Mamie Walker, were killed because they were no longer able to be of service, federal agents declared here Thursday. They had learned from witnesses of these two murders and one other, bringing the total of Negroes al leged to have been killed on the farm to 17, and they do not believe this completes the list. Ask for Commission To Study Negro Race. Resolution Offered by Maryal Congressman Following Sugges tion of President Harding. Washington, April 13.—Crea tion of a Negro industrial commis sion to study the problems affect ing the Negro race, as suggested by President Harding in his mes sage ...

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 April 1921

tr*z si* ?.J fl«M Wabnt 899 jkt|r«d tt tkt mat ia.TOBjf(3K €. 0 to pfe yv whit w^tt news leftei week. Editorials (BaM coats. Use EXELENT6 THE BYSTANDER Publishing erenr Thursday br tfte ferttanaer l»ubll»Mng Comfcaar, Dm mtv. 0w im OhfriMI B«Udi»g, GonMr of Bivnth ul Mulberry zutuxx MBS. HLBZJ.T *. UL, UOBEB1 x). DURI W*P]*y, g» iaefe All SJSJlS, M% 8HWI..t.^.|iyij,»...i.M. WCTMOBEPTION ffcaa? part ,tlt» Ultod, 3tatn» on«,ywu, postage paid mx Mentha per Hat Contract rate* given opota applications. paid for in advance. AdT«rtiein«nf4 tsekly r«. Elbert R. Halt) FBABS 2r. A. A. O. P., SOUTH 3 Not only baa W. J. Simmons, "Im prial wizard'' of the So Klux Elan, referred to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peo ple as the Klan's chief opponent there eomes now from the center, of peonage in Georgia additional testimony to the fear of the National Association throw ing light into dark corners. For, at the trial of John "Williams', who was aeensed of murdering peons on ...

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 April 1921

-'-'.TV few !. •"%r IN $7* CfeMBlMKlaia'a Cough Bemady. Nothing Bo Good for a Ckmgfc or Oold. "Everyone who has used Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy speaks well of it," writes Edward P. Miller, Abbottstown, Pa. People who once use this prepara tion are seldom satisfied witll apy other. Xt is excellent tinllay 4 cough w-h»*)k •P «old-—-A4y 666 WILL BREAK A OOLD, FEVER AND GRIPPE QUICKER THAN ANY THING WE KNOW, PREVENTING PNEUMONIA. %£c$t. QEit Claudius A. Meade, licensed hroker, high grade stooks and bonds. Specialist in the stocks of the colored corporations of mailt. 2401 7th Ave., New York, N. Y. Phone Audubon 1139. Branches in Boston. Philadelphia* Omaha and Los Angeles. ATHLETIC BA21BBR SHOP Hair Cutting by Electricity Cigars and Soft Drinks Shoe Shining ^91® Center O. WEXiDON ft STONE BROS., Props. 666 IS A PRESCRIPTION FOR COLDS, FEVER AND LAGRIPFE. IT'S THE MOST SPEEDY REMEDY WE KNOW. CUT RATE DRUG CO. Willis Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Very Best Drugs in City 1000 Center St. Des Moines,...

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 April 1921

fftn 8* t? & I ftp $ $ 1 E Our Neigbors MUSCATINE ITEMS. The A- M. E. church served a dinner and supper in the Maccabee hall on April 15 and served many of their white friends as well as many of their own race. Mr. "Williams was in charge of the kitchen, assisted by Mrs N- Richardson and others,- whose help wax appreciated by all concerned. Mrs. A. Thompson was in charge of the dining room with a staff of ladies who gave her good as sistance and she extends to them hearty thanks and greetings. Mr. Davis was in charge of the meal tic kets with his committee. The services at Bethel A. M. E. church was well attended at all four of services. Rev. Jackson delivered two able sermons at 11 a. m. Mrs. Toniely, who has been confined »n her home since her visit at her brother's bedside in Minonk, III., Mrs. O. B. Smith is still on the sick list. Miss Lizzie Adams returned Wednesday eight from a two weeks absence from the citv The Peter sisters of Centerville, Iowa, will Teturn to Oskaloos...

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 April 1921

f? K- •. 1 v* 4' :felSiS I* he residence of t* H. J. Capehart, the colored mem ber of the House of Delegates from McDowell county, drew and spon sored the measure in the lower branch, overcoming the most deter mined opposition of the Democratic minority, which sought to emascu late it by proposing various amend ments. As originally drawn, the bill provided for a forfeiture of $25,000 and made every county through which the mob might pass jointly and severally liable. To meet the objections of many of the party members and secure their support, Capehart reduced the amount to $5,000 and limited the forfeiture to those counties whose citizens might aid and abet the lynchers. Other legislation of particular benefit or interest to the race has been enacted or is pending with every prospect of favorable action. Bills creating an industrial school for colored boys and an industrial home for colored girls, introduced -,-C by Delegate Nutter, will lj^ve be come laws before this gets into pri...

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 April 1921

fr. w» wC v*t, 1^*4 4V $ «r ^*3, a, jr I v\ iHSto }5f -t ifS^§fy v. fM -tie pwiUBjurtwiniiMnimi, Display, per imeh _____ BW^'-g Notices, par line Contract rate* given upon applications. IB Advertisements paid for In advanee. m*A' Editorials (By Mrs. Elbert R. Hdtt.) SOUTH PEABS XT. A. A. O. P. AS TO DISAPPOINTMENTS. When we have a tendency to become angry with others when they disappoint m, it might be well for us to investi gate our own condition and see if we are not a little disappointing sometimes ourselves, and if we Bhould do this, per haps we would judge others a little more charitably. "We must remember that.we all have our weak points and the very thing that is strongest in our selves may be the weakest in- some one else, and vice versa. What we need to do is to make_ a thorough search of all things pertain ing to our lives and the lives of others and find what may be the greatest ob struction in the lives of those with whom we- come in contact, and. if we do this we may fi...

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 April 1921

'vj .?, 5, CnMnibwlaln's Cough Betnedr Kothin« So Good for ToonS Cold. "Everyone who has used Chamber lain Cough Bemedy speaks well of it," writes Edward P. Miller, Abbottstown, ®ople who once use this prep&ra tion are seldom satisfied with any other. It is excellent to allay a cough o* Vi—rjjr ap a cold,—Adv.,,.. 666 WXia BBBAK A COLD. FBVEB AOT QBIPSH QUICKER THAN AlS WE KNOW, PREVENTING PNEUMONIA. star'tinq O/ILV SHOW onv KI/1D IN THE Vantages Road Show No. 210 Twice DaiIy-2:3o and 8:15 LONG TACK SAM & OO. W W Offering Magic, Singing, Acrobatic, Balancing and other extraordinary tricks. "NOP PUIS" PAQAN ft F.T^ffi •j"',: The Paprika Ginger Jars. OZIOANE -TBOUPE A Festival of Gypsy Songs and Dances. STEIN & SMITH The Brazilian Diplomats. ETHEL & WABD SHATTTJCK "The Flower Shop." SNTJB POUiABD COMElfY PATHS REVIEW R^rrh^lTHREE DAYS Starting D^IUIICIthURSDAY,MAY5th MATINEE DAILY PRICES—Matinees, 25c to 75c Ni glits, 50c to £1.00. ti) WORLD 'j,- 1 Ax\ .. (f*~ E. TBAOT...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 April 1921

Ml &•{*$' IO Tfryv rsy.r-.« K: J22 stji Our Neigbors IS-' SIOUX OXTT ITEM. The Dame* held their meeting Thursday April 21 »l the boa* of Xra. It. Bryant with Hra. Watkin* ai hosteaa. Tha topio di»caa»«a vu sanitation and a driifhtful papar waa read by Mr*. Boyd. U|kt •erred. Evf. Cominx *0 Burlin«Un ?4x mMS*. rn '•U. WW W**M {-fif fVji y/ r- i* .,v -1 tw Jr ife V1 IS *4 t* «. SPECIAL NOTICE. TO SUBSCRIBERS IN TOWNS NAMED BELOW. Leaving Des Moines May 6th, Robert D. Durr, Trav eung Editor and Adv. Mgr. of The Bystander will visit s^1 the foli Watch The Bystander for further announcements but reserve the amount due for subscription because you can't tell just what day he will call on you. THE BYSTANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. refireahmentl were BUKLIWaTOV VOTES. St John'a A. M. X. ehvuh ia at her beat, fe, The indebtedneaa on tha church property for «!.'• the part twel*e year* haa been lifted by the nntirinr effort* of Be*. M. R. Rhonenee. the flrat Sunday »n October. 1980. his'flrst ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 May 1921

rv A •sa***' *v •"•r^5** ,#v-A, 1 4,. .*-'••Wc'St t,x V» .vW ./ Miv ••„•'.». a" f- FQR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE QOOD1I YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER XXVI. STAR OF "EMPEROR JONES" SIGNS CONTRACT WITH THE EUREKA FILM CO. WHICH CALLS FOR $250 A DAY. OTHERS INVOLVED. All Colored Cast to be Used to Make Comedies and Dramas. New York, April 21.—Charles Gilpin, star of the "Emperor Jones" the much discussed Prov incetown drama being presented at the Princess theatre, will become a moving picture-star. Mr. Gilpin who won his reputa tion fcs being one of the ten most brilliant actors on the local stage today received many offers from managers and film producers due to the publicity given liis appear ance as a guest of honor at a din ner by the Drama League. According to J. A. Fitzgerald (white), the Eureka Film com pany, also white, of which he is di rector, has an option on the serv ices of Mr. Gilpin which calls for $250 a day while he is engaged in actual work on the pictures....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 May 1921

«-«i», LAURENCE C. JONES... Mi ito i§jH[fiPn Weekly news letters week.' Editorials* (By Mrs. Elbert R. HaD) THE GLORY OF GOOD HEALTH. If yon have health, you probably will "be happy and if you have health and happiness, you will have all the wealth you need if not all you want. Health is the most natural thing: in the world. It is natural to be healthy because we are a part of nature. Nature is trying hard to keep us well because nature needs us in her business. Nature needs man so he will be useful to other men and unless he is healthy and happy he can be of little service to himself or to any one else. The rewards of life are for service," and the penalties of life are' the result of selfishness. Human service is the highest term of self-interest for the person who serves. Wff perserve our sanity only as we forget ourselves in service to others. To center on one's self and to forget our relationship tq society, is to summon misery, and mjs ery means disease. Unhappiness is irritan...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 May 1921

Mrs. Indianola Thomas of Albia is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. T. L. Griffith. Mrs. J. L. Edwards left Wednesday for St. Louis, Mo. She will visit her mother and friends for a week or ten days.. Mr. O. B. Brown of 206 Arthur avenue i3 in Omaha,, called there on account of the sorious illness of his. son,- Luther Brown. Mr. Malcolm K. Griffith, son of Bev. and Mrs. T. L. Griffith is very ill at the hoqie of his parents* at 828 Thirteenth street. Mrs, Bradley, representative and demstrator of the famous Mine. Walk-* er's Hair preparations is in the city. She will be here for several days in the interest of Madame Walker's business. Uriah Coleman, one of our energetic agents and ardent supporters of the Bystander visited the office last Friday, paying up and renewing subscriptions to the paper. The Bystander staff ap preciates the services rendered by Mr. Coleman. The -Misses Ethel Eaveij, Madonna Harris and Dorothy Hughes lave en tered the popularity contest of the terp ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 May 1921

Our Neigbors Mrs. Haxel Allen puatd away at the home of her grandmother Tuesday morning. She leaves to mourn her loss a mother, one brother., a grandmother, one uncle of this place, and a host of friends. She was a member of the O. E. S. No. 4 of Ottumwa, Iowa. Kev. A. W. Haekley preached a wonder ful sermon Sunday evening to a small audi ence, caused by inclemency of the weather. We had a very nice teacher's meeting Friday evening. We had with as our presid lnp elder, A. W. Haekley. Mis# Stella Dabner was elected delegate to hu Sunday school convention, which will be held in Oskaloosa, low*,-hi June. V«y 1 1 £MARSHAtiTOW* ITEMS. The imperial ^tent children cleared $7.75 at their social. The Paul Laurence Dunbar club met with Mrs. I. L. Brown April 21i The afternoon was spent in sewing. Hiss Clark is in t%« city visiting her brother. Mr. Henry Richardson and family of Ala bama are visiting Mr. John Somerville. The Presbyterian ladies held a social at Mrs. H. Nolan's. Mrs. Henry Flip...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 May 1921

"I i# .V .'v: ^.S,* •f- •Wl* FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD!I YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVI. NO 46. 1 TTEST: It will, affect the numbers in both the leading political parties as well as the minor ones. Since time immemorial man has realized the value of union or organ ized effort. Organization means con struction and construction means or der and method and no club or busi ness will prosper without order and method. A rich planter living in the Delta of Mississippi one time employed a strange colored man as his mule driver. He handed him a brand new black snake whip, climbed upon a nest be hind a pair of mules, and asked the man if he could use the whip. Without a work the mule driver drew the black lash between his fingers, swung the whip over his head, and flicked a beau tiful butterfly1from a clover blossom along side the road over which they were traveling. "Well, that isn't so bad," remarked the planter. "Can you hit that honey Jbeo over there?" Again t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 May 1921

THE to fs* i*i •".* 17®'"'" Editorials 'I 0-- W3 (By Mrs. Elbert R. Haff) NATIONAL HOSPWA1 DAT. Thursday, May 12, is to be observed throughout the United States as Na C. tional Hospital Day. The object of the 4® day is to encourage communities to be ifSeome more familiar with the sendee T& which their hospitals can give, and to sSilf aeqnaint the jmbtte with the needs of the hospitals. The day is set aside as part of the great campaign for poblie health in whieh governmental and pn vate health organization# are engaging. In communities where there are no fr' hospitals the day might wen be made the occasion for stimulating interest in 'f suprlying this need*. The suggestion of a prominent phrsiciWn for "a hospital v4J.. in every county seat" might receive, vigorous advancement, Nothing serves a eommnaity like a hospital. Few Organisations give so "much for so comparatively little cost. -•When, in the modern way, the hospital acts not only as a center for the'-relief of diseases "...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 May 1921

*v a W O *r« ». V1 Vt 11 'iW: hi iM The many friends- of Malcolm K. IfHtb, who has been seriously ill, will glad to know that he is some better. Bev. £.«#. White pastor of Union Congregational church will conduct [services at the Protection Home. Sun day, May 15. SPKOIAX KOTXOE. All those that are taking parts in the style to be at the church next Tuesday eve May 12 for rehearsal. Mrs. S. Joe Brown, grand matron of Iowa O. E. S. is visiting the chapters of that order located at Ottumwa, lington week. is MIMrs. BS The Mary Church rerrell club met Monday evening at the "home of Mrs. Nell Estes. The club will meet next Thursday evening at the homo of Mrs. Azoria Mitchell, instead of Monday, May 16 on account of the popularity contest at the Community Center. Dr. C. A. Adams comes to our city from Texas. He will make his future home here. Dr. Adams has many good recommendations from prominent busi ness sources of Texas. We can feel that he is a man of enterprise and profes sion. Surely ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 May 1921

•. .*.• ,:v 4 ren &•< Js 3FS* 9 I W ^t Our Neigbors CLARWDA. ITCMB. Regular services at St. Jacob A. M. E. church. Preaching morning and evening, Mother's day program Sunday evening was in charge oi the ladies ef the church. .* Mrs EUa Nowling after spending a few days in Kansas City, returned home Thurs /J[. night. Tljr Mrs Elisabeth Jones after spending a week i. in Piatt City, Mo., returned home Wednes- •i rs. V*ry Wood of Dea Moines came down Thursday to visit her' ^husband, AVm. Wood, who a patient at the Clarinda hospital. While in the city she was the guest of Mr. a»d Mrs. Rev. C. P. Jones on North Tenth street. She returned home Saturday. The pastor went as Was. ma Osceola wi*k Mrs. Woods. The Trustees Aid met in regular se»w?~v at Mrs. Delia Coulter's. Out of town guest, Mrs. Wood of Des Moines, Iowa, who spoke so beautiful to the society. Be was accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. tOLuella Johnson of Ottnmwa. The A. II. E. Missionary society met with «Miss Rosa Mitche...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 May 1921

*v *11 -'j., VOL. XXVI. NO. 47. A Aim Jk? •£mim sSsPfewBr Fine Offering of Talent Appears to be on Program This Year AM Wi •fin--. C, s?«s ^••"|P%wiirS^wr "isrT FOR THE BAD' "YOU 00 #*?. READ OTHER PAPERS -. VHAIl nrHCD DiDEDC I IOWA FEDERA TION PRO- ••iss© GRAM ISSUED Tuesday morning, May 24 at 9 a. m. —Fifteen minutes devotion by Chaplain Mrs. Mary Baker. Song. Boll call ot officers and clubs. Eeport of executive board meeting. Beport of credential committee. Appointment of commit tees. Beport of trustees of I. F. Home. Adjournment. Tuesday afternoon—Song, Iowa Beau tiful Land. Minutes of morning ses sion. Beports of district chairman. Re ports of clubs. Council of club presi dents. Vocal solo, Mrs. Robinson, Mar shalltown. Beports of state officers. Song, Art and Literature club. An nouncements. Adjournment. -Tuesday evening—Mrs. Gus Nichols, second vice president presiding. Invo cation, Chaplain. Mrs. Mary Baker. Folk lore songs, Mrs. Johnny Shaw, chairman of music in charge. P^...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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