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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 June 1921

1*111 *5f 0^ w jt I»V' X' eeed. tlS £f ari ar All AdnrUnamti And then Again, the trick Is to get one blade of grass to grow where none grew before. What has become of that D'Annunzio person whose name used to be on the front page ao often? Cheer op! Even for those who can not get a poet's license there is pos sible a fishing license. One reason the country !s short of hoipes Is that too much money has been put into the cellars. Nowadays When yott hear of a punc ture you don't know whether it's a tire or a wage adjustment. The man who made $15 to $20 a day by begging, while .it lasted, had a better job than working. Milady's latest Is artificial eye lashes. She seems to have used up the visible supply of pencils. Nowadays there are many things that are "a darned sight better busi ness than loafin* round a throne." Some men get fringes on the bot toms of their trousers putting fur on the bottoms of their wives' skirts. The prince of Wales may be im pulsive, but he does not exhibit It ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 June 1921

•m Dear Subscriber The D. T. W. Y. K. Art club will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home 1 of Mrs. Tolliver on Walker .street. All members are requested to be present. The Mary Church Terrell club met [Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Lttla McC'ree. Plans were completed [for the club's picnic next Monday. The club adjourned to meet two weeks [hence with Mrs Caroline Jones as hos ftess. 11 11 Services at Rev. Sacders church were [largely attended last Sunday all day. It really looks like church at his place now. Bev. Lewis of Valley Junction preached for them last Sunday. A large crowd from that city attended church •with us Sunday. The Union Mission ary society composed of five churches •will meet with us next Sunday at 3 'clock. All are welcome. One would be shocked at the appear ance of Tom Lewis the suspected mnr derer of a school teacher at Valley Junction. From the picture in the Tri bune some days ago one might think that he is a desperate looking man but, to mnny peonle's sur...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 June 1921

I' Kf': kv i.%1 jr* i. i: I "T L"H & 'f A v*v AGENTS OUTFIT 1. Hair Grower, I Tempi# Oil, 1 Shampoo, 1 Pressing Oil. Fact Cream wi Di rection for Selling. 92.00. & for Postage. 25c Extra „NU LIFE" Beauty College Agents Wanted: Write for terms. To T)e BEAUTIFUL Is the "Nil-Life" Way •fiV mm ffime. Estelle's Lite Ready remedies Restores vim, vigor and vitality to the Hair, Skin, Scalp and Complexion. 72 W. 133d St., Cor. Lenox Ave., New York City. Lights for Sick Room. •fit: IDE EI8T mi HIWEI When, as in case of sickness, yra wish a soft, warm light In a room, rath* er than the glare that an electric light imparts, make little bags of china silk ahy color desired), and put them over each bulb. It Is well to run elastic around the edgp of the circle, which yon cat from the silk, so that the bulb' can be easily removed by Just slipping out of the bag. Exelento v: O has rr has^ coarse, nappy hair. brittle Will Promote a Full Growth of Hafr,^ Will also Restore the Strength, .,' il...

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 July 1921

1 Color Prejedice Stays :iy A. F. L. CANNOT ENFORCE RULE AGAINST DRAWING COLOR LINE Labor Convention Votes Down Resolution Which Would Abolish Discrimination Against the Negro Wage Earner. I (Special to Bystander.) -Denver, Colo.—"The Ameri can Federation of Labor has previously declared that it is the duty of all workers to organize, regardless 5f Sex, The woman's head was near lysevered from her body with a long knife. She was also stabbed in the left side of her back, the blade piercing her lung. Knocked Down by Motor. The couple had approached the Sixth avenue entrance to' the park, where according to witnesses they started to quar rel. Lee is alleged to have drawn the knife and stabbed the wo man after she had attempted to run away from him. Immediately following the cutting, Lee attempted to escape down a. side street, but was struck and knocked down by a passing motor car. The crowd and held Lee Safe »n Jail. nwi FOR THE BAD 'YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS l*dte THE GOOD? YOU DO W!...

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 July 1921

Ptaae walnut RQBEF CHAS. ll •v's f'. J.'" •tkv 'I S i" 1l4' I '1 I M. Display, pet ia*h Beading Notices, pet line Contract ratei given upon applications AH Advertisements pud tot is aayaaj }s StaP supposed arclual_res^ts^ waving those w^rds And then again, the trick Is to get one blade of grass to grow where none grew before. What has become of that D'Annunzlo person whose name nsed to be on the front page so often? Cheer jjp! Eyen for those who can not get a poet's license there Is pos sible a fishing license. One reason the country Is short of homes is that too much money has been put Into the cellars. Nowadays when you hear of a punc ture yon don't know whether It's a tire or a wage adjustment. The man who made 915 to $20 a day by begging, while it lasted, had a better Job than working, Milady's latest la artificial eye lashes. She seems to have used up the visible irapply of penclUj. Nowadays -there are many things that are "a darned sight better busi ness than loafin' round a t...

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 July 1921

0^* i»VM| KiSS MMi •.* A .^VS JUARD Mrs. W- H. Lowry, chairman If the legislative committee of »wa State Federation of Col- Women's clubs, wishes to ill the attention of the club lembers to the effort that is be ig mate to repeal the proMbi |on amendment. This amend jent is of, Vital Importance td ie women of'this country and iy atteqipt to repeal it should immediately discouraged! %&••• (LURCHES. :::b Rev. H. C. Claybrook is con icting her church services un jer" the trees that form a love grove near his church. They iVe a barbecue on the Fourth fhich was attended by a large jwd. PAUL SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES. [There is a great interest being mifested in the new quarter's rk by all. Our pageant is ldually taking on form and be ready for presentation |e latter part of the month. Mr. feterson and Mrs. Hughes both Newton, Iowa were visitors it Sunday. Mrs. Greenup of It. Pleasant was also with us. MISCELLANEOUS. fOMEN SCRAP ONE SHOT IGARDING MR. TOM LEWIS We take this method to cor a t...

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 July 1921

1 •cK 1 fei* •L !-Jt A i|-: 4 1 1- ff -H •. J' .' tj, i* AGEXTS OXjTrrT Hair Grower, 1 Oil, 1 Shampoo, 1 Oil, I Fu* Creto tad rection for Ultaf. |t.ML 11HST W HII »WB rill 5 Pc 3Se Extr* far NU LIFE" Beauty College Agents Wanted. Write for To be BEAUTIFUL tiw "Hu-iafe" Way Hie. Estelle's Lite Beady restedia Restores Tim, vigor and -vitality to the Hair, Skin, Scalp asd Complexion. 72 W. 133d St, Cor. Lenox Ave, 9«w Tork City. AGSN7S. and still more agents -wanted t$ aell our line of 'Soaps, Perfumes, Creams and other High Grade Tcilet Artieles. We sell to agents only. No drug stores. Write for territory today. 6. B. SOLOMON PRODUCTS CO. 520 Oak St: JacksonvlQe, 21a. BECOMES OJXE PICXVJLB3 Fluffy, Soft, Silky, li Using" 1 !»*'. ft' '.i' Herolin POJ1A.DE HAIR DRESSIKG. VtAttkkr cm zva a/. KigHr imtMued. Stiaizfatca* qat tb*?Unky. est, xssriics at azppr hair caisfnz it to grenr tang, fiufl»(n»bo« irons necessary.) Raacma 6s dr=S, stapiitAia(Scatpand£t!lia2 hair. AT DRUG STORES 25c AGEX...

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 July 1921

•*.} «, 4 !*.:# I ,•: -IV* -r,'.VV' H.'••• ^'iv»-'.V' vH" MISCELLANEOUS LIST. Nellie Davis Eev. J. L. IiUjcas 3.00 Florence Briggs ^.00 B. B. Montgomery 3.00. Bev. O. A. Johnson 1-50 Buxton Y. M. C. A 3.00 Bubin B. Gains 3.00 llenry Sims Mrs. Lewis Hughes 3.00 Geo. Williams 1*®® Geo. Holt 3-00 J. H. Doroney Mrs. S. G. Curry 2.00 W. P. White 3.00 John Allen I-5® S. E. Franklin 1-5® J. W. Holmes 1.50 A. L. Cavert J. B. Tisdale Bpst 1-50 Bobert Pri"eT"rZ 1-50 Bev. P. H. Jacksen I-5" Tresola Tyler -J® Tula Mcoy .75 Bev. Chatman l-*® Berv. Peterman Geo. Griffin ..... 3.00 MTB. B. M. Speed .'. Mrs. Eliza Commaek *75 MT. S. Marcus -75 Mt. J. L. Hopkins 50 Mr. W. Guy 1.00 "V v«*i 1 ft •j ./•.-"* •^•t ,'t" •..: FOR TtfE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE OOODIIYOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVII. NO. 2. •'I'J (M V, W—': Jf TALK WILL NOT BUILD A RACE ENTERPRISE. WHEN WE ENLARGED THE BYSTANDER A FEW MONTHS AGO, IF OUR FRIENDS HAD PAID UP IN PROPORTION TO THEIR CONGRATULATIONS, WE COULD STIL...

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 July 1921

Ji V- a 1 iv PablisldB* every Thursday 1»7 tue Britttdir Publishing SS&B^rtKTKT iS'. fV, at'i COCOTONE SkJ! olt it Si ixrsm. OfllM is Oh*mi«s) Budding, Oo«Mr «££te-??4»t]i ud Mtolb«wy itrwti. P%ip» WaHrat 8W. K»t«~«d at the iroct Office of Dfea Mofaea, lows, LAURENCE C. JONES Fc-riisher and Editor ROBERT D. DURR. .Traveling Editor and Advertising Manager CHAS. M. SHEDD... Secretary and Treasurer fo any part ot the United States one jeai, postage paid ftf Months AXVa»ZX8HfO «. PATBiS: u*y1 TT Omtraet wtee given opom appHeatiefce. All Advertisements paid for In advance. ... All natter, ehould be addressed to w''"-- xhb BY8TAJTDEB PUBIJaHINO r*"' Des Moines, lowa^ "Weekly news letters mast be received not later than Tuesday of each week. •'*HELP TOM LEWIS. Tom Lewis, the accused murderer of Sarali Thorsdale has been bound over to the grand jury. The jtidge that gave these orders made it plain that he was not doing this because he thought that Lewis was guilty but that the grand jur...

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 July 1921

?*\. ,M tUTW Nf..y PERSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fields held a family reunion at their home, 760 West Eleventh street. Many of their old time friends took the opportunity to call and renew their friendship. Those taking part in the reunion were the sis ters, Mrs. Lilly Kimbrough of Oskaloosa Mire. Kate Bradley SIrs. ub -JS jo pucqsnq pue C. J, Lee of Chicago could not be present on ac'count of illness of Mrs. Walter Hender son of Council Blus, Iowa. Chas. Henderson of Kansas City and son, Mr. Wesley Fields of San Francisco were also present. Mr. Wesley Fields went to New Jer sey to witness the Dempsey-Car pcntier fight and to visit his sis ter, Margarette Fields Lee, who will accompany him about, June 10 back to Des Moines for a vis it at the parental home. En route from New York Mr. Fields will visit Mr. Edward Mosely in Washington, D. C., and his aunt C. J. Lee in Chi cago. Rev. Smith of Mason City vis ited the office this week and took care of his subscription. Mr. and Mrs. J. M....

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 July 1921

a 9t f? I? if A4 ^3 r- ir :t !i fj \i n: If f! II .4 II EAST PI AGENTS OUTFIT 1 Hair Grower, Tempi* Oil, 1 Shampoo, 1 Presiiug Oil, 1 Face Cream and Df rection for 8elling. 92.00. 25c Extra for Postage. 1 NU LIFE" Beauty College Agents Wanted. Write for terms. To be BEAUTJJt'uJLi is the Nn-Life way Mme. Estelle's Nil Life Ready remedies Restores vim, vigor and vitality to the Hair, Skin, Scalp and Complexion, 72 W. 133d St., Cor. Lenox Ave., New York City. AGENTS. and still more agents wanted to sell our line of Soaps, Perfumes, Creams and other High Grade Toilet Articles. We sell to agents only. No drug stores. Write for territory today. S. B. SOLOMON PRODUCTS CO. E20 Oak St. Jacksonville, Fla. BECOMES OJSB PICTURE) Fluffy, Soft, Silky, Longl Using' Herolin POMADE HAIR DRESSING. Not sticky or gum-1 c-.y. Highly perfumed. Straightens out the]kinky-1 est, sn&rliest or nappy hair causing it to grow long, I tilt, fluffy (no hot Irons accessary.) Removes dan-1 criiff, stopsitchingsc...

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 July 1921

7*$ "v js a VOL. XXVII. -t Market is Held as the Blame. Washington, D. C., Julyv 21.— Famine has developed in many sec tions of the south which is respon sible for 10,000 deaths this year according to the publie health serv ice. It is the farming section from Texas to Carolina that the condi tions are worse in. The tenant farmers who de Toted all their land to cotton are forced to let their cattle, hogs and chickens die of starvation. Never theless they must be carried over without any assurance for better in the market. nual communication of the United Grand Lodge Qf A. F. & A. M. held at Sioux City last week proved to be in several respects the most suc cessful in its history. Grand Master W. W. Gross re ported two new lodges organized during the year, namely, Tuscan lodge at Centerville, Iowa and Cor inthian lodge at Ft. Madison, Iowa. The number of lodges in the state is twenty-two and raising the mem bership from 794 last year to 1,013 being the first time the membership ha...

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 July 1921

FJ8 If* j^jM3H3E3®QE» C» fbOHSBTD. ausLummoo fc»«p fael aw aw* artmsfrd »»y It j» tfcat daw ifcat fo«MK tfce iriee reifpm«apn*«w, «h«* «•«_ «4E&tf l» thenr fc*dh free t/ 4«*eoant the BOSSES*...»»**».* Mf Gorilla aod in d»e next: brcath be flatly -is a (a jprnat faeter in A few and A«r *e*)r tibd amy* ___ and that dbws It mMam a ei a a a a I "&9*ai Kfefes I#*#*" the navewTw, »w of the isir HxtixmS fife fell. tfee pfeaw* Iumt« if it wjIJ fbe break up the prize eh&mpitnMnp are tpedkio^ of prize-fighting—m%a%ed tame boat, Ko what it Tom )RD£RS BM ,4 "JT. A. A, CI M. yn thit ntkpwWf, tty den** raweet tfceaaieiw* er ^y«ne «da^ ffcy ai* tfc j»Mt ettmptemtrntij mtfk&tA wayrto* vk» and |gr wfaffl* the N*&s» t*m judged. and far bekm&m, tj*m the leaders Is fte wligaoat, teeni, «**3 «rgMfit?gfwQ» »Wt dat "dao't earki Oototpm wSBfam Jfejpneesla ti&mtmafarf the— iym$emeM*4fa&&mtMa&&her1fcm1lvarba«kam& «f Hie y*ijwx# of tbe Ameriean wbtte man about t...

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 July 1921

given by the St. Paul usher Board Tuesday, August 2, refreshments, ice cold watermelon, flsh, sandwiches, ice cream, cake, nectar stump speeches and lots of fun. Everybody welcome at Mrs. J. Jefferson's Washington Dr. O. W. Brown, grand, master of the U. B. P. of Kansas City, Mo., will make his annual visit July 26. ,, COLORED WOMEN WRAPPERS FINED Luclle Bell and Lulu Thompson, col ored, were both- ea«fh fined $100 or thirty days in jiil when found guilty of disturbing the peace and of vag rancy in Judge Bonner's court yester day. The ease was continued July 13 when the plaintiff, Bell, failed to appear to press the charges against Thompson whom she alleged had attacked her with an ice pick. Thompson averred that Bell had drawn a gun on her. A bench warrant was issued for Bell and both women charged by the police with disturbing the peace and with vag rancy The women were arrested at the .Bell woman's address on Des Moines street, where the disturbance occurred on July 3. To those w...

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 July 1921

•*wwTim —i -Vv .,.) M. n." s-V Ml 1 .'! ..•? -4' I. j? AGENTS OUTFIT 1 Hair Grower,- 1 Tempi* 0il, 1 Shampoo, 1 Ptmmii Oil, 1 F»e« Cremm and Di rection for Soiling. 92.-00. 25c Extra iar Postage. Hie. Estelle's Nn Life Beady remedies Restores vim, vigor and vitality to tie Hair, Skin, Scalp and Complexion. 72 W. 133d St., Cor. Lenox Ave., New Yoik City. THE EAST PJ ill 6B0W£B lot „NU LIFE" Beauty College Agents Wanted. Write for terms. To be BEAUTUb'UIi Is the "Nu-IdTo" Way i. rw\ TREATED ONE W E E E E 8hort breathing re lieved in a few hours swelling reduced in a few days regulates the liver, kidneys, stom ach and heat purifies the blood, strengtheni the entire system. Write for Free Trial Treat ment. OOIiXJTM DB0FST BEMEDY CO., Dept. X-17. A.TLANTA. OA. BECOMES (fJKE PICTURE) Fluffy, Soft Silky, Long usjng' Herolii POMADE HAIR DRESSING. Notfctfcky or *um cay. IlijWr perfumed. Straightens out the* kinky* hs?, snar!iest or nappy hair causing ft to grow long, Loit, flu3y(nohot Irons ...

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 July 1921

•V Ml ,* FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOODUYOU DO VOL. XXVIII No. 4. Conditions Deplorable In the Southland HABDING RUSHES AID TO SUFFER ERS IX SOUTH Washington, D. C.. July 2«.—Federal agencies, acting at President Harding's direction, were working at emergency speed today to relieve conditions in a large section of the southern cotton oelt, which are reported by the public health service to threaten a near state {famine coupled with a "widespread epidemic of pellagra. Alarmed by the report of conditions, Mi* ar® attributed' to the economic plight of cotton workers and growers, resulting from depression in the cotton market, President Harding yesterday called on the public health service and American Red Cross to make an immediate investigation to ascertain the actual conditions and lo lose no time in applying an effective remedy. South Lynches^ 2,701 in 34 ears FACTS AND FIGURES OF THE SOUTH'S LYNCHING RECORD— COVERING A PERIOD OF 34 YEARS A magazine published in B...

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 July 1921

Greece is finding oat that Turkey can talk turkey. Germany's marks might bo regarded as concealed targets. About all a city man has in a gar den is a growing suspicion. A lawn owner fights it out on that dandelion If it takes all summer. Communism is hard pressed when nobody has anything to divide up. The prince of Wales has achieved boyish ambition in becoming a Jockey. Flume must be getting back to malcy. It is reported to be haying riots. Old "strict economy" has been g«t ting a workout during the last i*W weeks. The fellows who sell the stills haven't complained that business is quiet. Japan may have a dual nature, but she has a single mind when it comes to Yap. Nearly every one knows somebody be considers eligible for the feeble-minded home. Just as normalcy seems near along comes this Einstein theory to upset things. There is a lot of grafting that doesn't have any part at all in hor ticulture. Butter and eggs are down, but you can't prove it by the price of an egg sandwich. T...

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 July 1921

%*~?X Ji .jv 1 D. W. K. Art Club met Tuesday evening at 1S05 4th St. Place with Mrs. Winslow. Mrs. Louise Pl*s«e, of 1028 W. 15th St.. will leave Friday. July 29, for an extended trip down east. While in Washington. D. C., »he will be the house srueat of Mr .and Mra. Crawford. On her return trip ahe will apend a week in Chicago, visiting her niece. Mra. Ramsey. She will return home about the 10th ot October. Miaa Lucille Stepney. Of Omaha, Neb., left ""last Friday after a visit In our city. While here ahe was the guest of Mr. and Mra. J. Frank Blagburn, of 930 W. 14th. Mrs. Ethel Barrett and niece, Clara Correa, of Toungitown, Ohio, arrived in the city Saturday evening for a month's visit with her aiater, Mra. J. Frank Blagburn, of 9S0 W. 14th St. The Mary Church Terrell Club met at the home «f Mra. Jonnie Shaw Mon day evening, the new officer* presid ing-. Plana were completed for a hike Thuraday morning to Fras Park. The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Pearl Thompson, aa hoateaa....

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 July 1921

*:w*3 If •K .Ji~ I 1 -"3 'J*' |i I' -w c#* ,v,tr -s AGENTS OCTFTT 1 Hair Grower, Te Ofl, aioapM, 1 Oil. 1 Fhem O tnb and rwtbn far Setting. 92.00. 25e Extra tor PoaU«a. „NU LIFE" Beauty College Agents Wanted. Write for trrmn. To be KEA.UTIFUX Is the "Xn-IAfe" Way V\ Mme. Estelle's Life Ready remedies Restores Tim, EAST Pll BIQI fiBOVEl If you are bothered with Falling: Hair, Dandruff, Itching Sealp, or any Hair Trouble, we want yon to try a jar of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER. The remedy contains medical proprieties that go to the roots of the Hair, stimulates the skin, helping nature do its work. Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a halm of a thons ana flowers. The best known remedy for Heavy and Beautiful Black Eye-Brows, also restores Gray Hair to its Natural Color. Can be used with Hot Iron for Straightening. Price Sent by Mail, 50e lOe Extra for Postage vigor and vitality to the Hair, Skis, Sealp and Ccmplerlon. 72 W. 133d 8t.f Cor. "Lenox Ave., Kew York City. DROPSY TREAT...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 July 1921

IV* ,.W .i1f 155 ,ci« I I HE ERST iL AGEXT8 OUTFIT 1 Hair Grower, Tempi* OB, 1 Shampoo. 1 Prewar I Oil, 1 Fm Creto tad Di Mrtiw for Sell inc. $2 jQO. 25c Extra for Poatac „NU LIFE" Beauty College Agents Wanted. Write for terms. To "be BEAUTXi'UX is the "Nu-ULfe" Way Mme. Estelle's Nq Life Keady remedies Restore* Tim, vigor and -vitality to the Hair, Skin, Scalp and Complexion. 72 W. 133d St., Cor. Zenox Ave., Hew York City. DROPS? mu in TREATED W E Short brest Sieved in tew itB^i hours: swelling reduced in a few days regulate* the liver, kidneys, stom ach and heat purifies the blood, strengthen* the entire system. Write for Free Trial Treat ment. COZXT7M DROPSY REMEDY CO, Dept. X-17. ATLANTA, OA. BECOMES (JLIKB PICTURE) Flaffy, Soft, Silky, Long Herolin Using' ?C%ADH HAIR DRHSSIxa NoetSfckrar |3 a J' Hig&r yrfumf Senugfatess oat 4s8, saar^o: or nzppy hzk ra-mHg St to gxow beg, vJtu fcdJj-C&o feoft iron aeoessaiy.) dsa* ts-JZ, st(^s hAicgKalp a ad taCisg bait AT DRUG STORES 2...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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