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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 August 1921

ijp^ if tfi* "•i '(.": ...•4-"««»',V.v. 1 .'.V v: ^::t'-^ $t*nw FOR THE BAD YOU DO ^•p: READ OTHER PAPERS (By the Associated Negro Press) .. AUGUSTA, OA., August 4.—The Rev. Charles T. "Walker, commonly said to be the greatest Negro preacher of his time, died last Friday at his home here, Dr. Walter was vice-president of the National Baptist Convention of the United States and pastor of Tabernacle 'Baptist Church here for the last forty years, except five years, when he was pastor of the Mount Olivet Baptist Church, New York City. He -founded the Colored Men's branch T. M. C. Aw. in New York, traveled extensively in Europe and the Holy Land and was the author of a number of, books of travel as well as sermons. As an evangelist lie was widely known. Miss Sidney Davis -Addresses Many White Audiences Friday she will leave for Keokuk to resume her duties there. Man-Lawyer Vamped Female Jnry, Charge NEWARK, N. J., August 4.—A man lawyer vaniped a jury of young women in the Montclair, N. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 August 1921

*[&. A '.H '|t (By the Associated Negro Press) AUGUSTA. GA., August 4.—The Rev. Charles T. Walker, commonly said to be the greatest Negro preacher of his time, died last Friday at his home here. Dr. Walker was vice-president of the -National Baptist Convention of the United States and pastor of Tabernacle 'Baptist Church here for the last forty years, except Ave years, when he was pastor of the Mount Olivet Baptist Church, New York City. He 'founded the Colored Men's branch T. M. C. A, in New York, traveled extensively in Europe and the Holy Land and was the author of a number of, books of travel as well as sermons. As an evangelist he was widely known. '""J1 Miss Sidney Davis Addresses Many White Audiences S/fiss Sidney j. Davis, superintendent of the Young Women's Christian In dustrial Mission, of Keokuk»-has been a visitor Jn the city for the past few weeks. She attended the Northern 'Baptist Convention, the National Edu cational Association, and represented School Convention...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 August 1921

r^l S*@£i(iSS fc iV if I II r* is gives mtftrtf tart isrttiaf tk* icttil meat Ifeykt A* 11 MlillM wfejr pHffe ffl» ft* tfkst^mn i* Oat it «J«* with tbetr dfamwton «f Uw IMa art canl&if rrwywbere, Mt 0M rote of DTAnmaato Is «UL Bis be anCertac from *di The last ward tm tfce Cct&MMUT iM "Zyxt" tt OVgfet to te baad wtea a aua'a flaking tfae is aastekable batthediip woold •^MaawfidttMciMiklaiid falp woald bt wRth world. How the paat Is linked to a«n»W thine tbe Innocent people wool* liftfc know la whether ja*» really get any pleasure oat cat what tbey arc Mat. jfatlTca of. Tap, like those oC other parts of die world, go on dancing to weird, primitive strains without both ering tbefr beads about the topics of tbe day. Our THE BY STANDER LAURENCE JONES F—jfisber and Editor ROBERT D. DllR. .Tratcfiiig Editor and Advertamg Mwnayr rfTHp^R. M» SHEDD««•»*•»»••#•• .Secretary ihkI Treasurer «F TK» UAIM MM MM ^mn.miM f«r is AH Mtte duU W Weefcly anr« k*tw be imiwi Mt lata foreign coal tra...

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

V-.' M.fel Alexander, S« Who's Who The Mary Church Terrel Club met Monday evenln* at the home of Mra. Pearl Thompson. The club ored with tni John I*. Thompson and family will motor to Kansas City and will be Joined by their daughter. Eunola, at St. Joseph, Mo., who Is there visiting their relatives in that city. Attorney John Thompson, Ca.pt. Banks and Henry West will leave Monday for Rock Jsland. 111., to attend the U. B. F. of Missouri and Iowa, which will convene there from the 16th to the 18th of August. Mrs. Celestie Jones, of 1235 Stuart street, entertained a few friends at dinner last Monday evening In honor if Mrs. F. W. Hardy, who is visiting her sister In this city, Mrs. Harry O. GSroas. Attorney S. Joe Brown made a trip to Ft. Dodge Wednesday, July 27, where he delivered the principal ad dress at the formal opening of the So cial Center of the Ft. Dodge Negro Welfare League. The Y. P. P. L. Club will hive a truck outing trip arofnd the World next Thursday evening, August ...

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

IIP '^-V-Vv^to' £i 1)J or. 1 ii ii 1 I* ly \i HIE EBT \m AGENTS OUTFIT H»fr Grower, 1 Tempi* 1 Oil. 1 Oil. N E Mme. Estelle's Life Ready'remedies Restore*-vim, vigor and -vitality to the Hair, Bltin, Scalp and Complexion. 72 W. 133d St., Cor. £«iuz Ave., New York City: -V y**"-. DROPS? COXJ.UM It 1 Shampoo, 1 Presiing 1 ftct Cream and Di f, 92.90. I ?o»iage. rertlon for,. fffie' Extr» for 1 Agents Wanted. Write for terms. .. & To be BEAUTLFUJL is the I "Nu-ldfe" Way TSEATED W E E Short bre&t Sieved in a few hours swelling reduced in itn^Fi few day* regulates t&e liver, kidneys, stom ach and heat purifies the blool, strengthen* the entire system. Write for Pre# Trial Treat ment. DBQFSY REMEDY 00., Dept. X-17. ATUlNTA. OA. BECOMES (JLIKE PICTURE) Fluffy, Soft, Silky, Longl Herolin Using' I POMADE HAIR DRESSING. NotrtJcky or sum. lay. Highly perfumed. Straightens out the!kinky-1 I est, snarliest or nappy hair causing IS to igiuw long. I I soft, fluffy (no hot Irons necessar...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 August 1921

4» p% r-*~ & V. Oh. --Tar." -rlh '~ti S •.*9 71 VOL. XXVI/1 -No. ^:, •i .r(# 1,1 'J*11, AkaMiMMhHHHMMaM^aaapMMN* '•c-'- •.^•••. FOR THE* BAD YOU DO READ OTHBR PAPERS FOR THE GOOD]) YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER 6. The Woman "Tells LEWIS' VINDICATION IS LIKELY State Agents and Working Force of Robb's Office Get New Evidence in Thorsdgle Murder Case j-V The Woman Tells Not satisfied with the circumstan tial evidence against Tom Lewis, Negro, held for the mufder, they be gan an investigation on an almost cold trail, and now have enough"* evidence r"to justify them in going ahead with the arrpst of the man they have un der surveillance. was questioner •. The arrest Will'throw MlSSlSSlDDl OtHrtS New Era. s&(By the Associated Negro ¥ress.) CINCINNATI, OHIO, Augusr 11.— -Mississippi, with more than half of its population colored, & state notorious in deeds of opprossion and acts of violence, has entered upon .a new era. The Methodist. Episcopal Church, through the, Board of Educati...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 August 1921

'•fZ I:, I'-' v/,- OFLFT la Taint M. OWpUy, it*! ttkoy Wcrawl" THE BYSTANDER -•. 7-V. -1"v ~. ........ DM Maiaee, Iowa. Weekly ftnrx letter* matt -V let PsbMias Camay, off mmi btc^d aft the rest omew «f DM 9KM4 Om «««. LAURENCE C. JONES F-JUsher and Editor ROBERT D. DURR., Editor and Advertising Manager CHAS. M. SHEDD Secretary and Treasurer vLL 15fe£!Sj^ soBaomzPTiov KATB& ft ti. v.fM 8ut« .J WU Hntkf APVBMMM per Baa OMrtnet ipa appHeatiow. AM Aivcftbeaeati paM lor ia -vt AB Matter ibtoM be a^dnased GSG GFGTAIROGI muaum THE NORTH, SOfTI®--THE NEGBO The North, at bottom, has little or It is generally conceded that in the application of the philos ophy of law and statecraft that the South has the unquestion able edge on the North. But in the processes of business—busi ness is'the talisman of modern life—the North is acknowledged to be wise beyond measure. The colored-man-and-brother is in the business way of the North, therefore it becomes necessary, in the extreme, to get him ou...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 August 1921

7 .Who's Mr*. Julia Seuthal and daughter, of vjt .Dodge, were the guests of their cousin, Mrs. J: C. Watson, 2823 4th street, 7or the past wfeek. The understanding at the time that the people pledged to the Y. M. C. A., drive that the first payment of $1,000 was to be made on the beautiful lot at the corner of 12th and Crocker st., on August 1, has not been done by the {management, because all pledges have not been paid. In order to do this they will have to collect in full. Every pledger should see the person or persons to whom he or she pledged same, as soon as possible. The D. Y. W. Y. K. Art Club met Tuesday afternoon the home of Mrs. S. Bates on Stewart street. A lovely repast is promised. Mrs. Miles McMillian and daugh ter Jewel left Tuesday night for Chi cago for their vacation. Mrs. Mc Millian will be gone for three or four days while Miss MicMillian will spend at least two weeks in Chcaigo. Fifteen beggars have called at the Crocker Street Y. M. C. A within the last two wee...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 August 1921

I '!. f: $ I Wm- EM THE EAST AGENTS OUTFIT 1 Hal* Grower, 1 Temple Oil, 1 Shampoo, 1 Pressing Oil, 1 Face Cream and Di rection for Selling. $2 .%0. 25c Extra for Postage. „NU LIFE" Beauty College Agents Wanted. Write fo$ terms. To be BEAUTIFUL Is the "Vu-Idfe" Way" Mme. EsteM Mil Life Ready remedies Restores vim, vigor "and vitality to the Haix, Skin. Scalp and Complexion. 72 W. York City,. Will JPro Will 13Sd St., Cor. Lenox Ave., New ,#-J- .! I •^^•'7.ft" U* 316 N. Central '"jk 11 rnbblts ta colonies. 'k Nile Queen Preparations "FOR HAIR and SKIN Scientifically manufactured to meet yoorparticnlsr beauty requirsmenta NUiE QUEEN Wonder: ROE Q1JEEW Hair BeaotUer BTfliF Q1JEEW GoM HUE QHBEW •anlahliig KDLE QPEEW Uqntd CoW Ore—. NII£ QUEEN Face Powder Pink, Flesh» White, Brunette and CrtSam Brown SOc EACH POSTAGE 5c EXTRA The country-wide demand for NILE QUEEN preparations haa become so great that they are on sale at most drag stores snd first class beauty shops. If your dealer or agen...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 August 1921

IS- •'••vV: V.: p: owan FOR THE BAD YOU READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE OOODJI YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER VOL.<p></p>RAIN XXVJ/J No. 6. 3 Million Out of Jobs Called Shame to U. S. A. ONE-BYSTANDER—AUG 17 21 Washington, D. C., Aug. 18.—(Spe­ cial)—"I should be ashamed, as an American citizen, to go through this •winter with 3,000,000 unemployed,'' Eugene Meyer, Jr., managing director of the War Finance corporation, de clared before the house interstate com merce committee today. He spoke on the bill to enable the War Finance cor poration to advance funds to the rail road administration. "Unemployment is an expression of bad management, and this a measure essentially looking to the reduction of unemployment," he said. Meyer asserted that with the re sources of the United States a way could be found to keep labor employed. Not By Might Bat By Spirit (By Tlie Associated Negro Press.) Washington, D. C., Aug. 18.—"Not by might, nor by power, but my spirit, saith the Lord of Hosts." 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. — 18 August 1921

#Va»li«hinR J. Display, per nfJi tMUhifl Notices, per line Ooatraet rates giv«n upon applications. AW Advertisements pud for ia a«1 ranee. If your light tbat is bidden under a half bushel is bright enough it Wll set fire to the bushel. CONVERSATION. "Jim" she said as he settled down for a comfortable smoke "Ive a lot of things to talk to you about." "Good" said her husband, "I am glad to hear £hat. Usually you want to talk about a lot of things you haven't got.'3 DUBOIS AND GARVEY. W. E. DuBois knew that he and Marcus Garvey in New York at the same time when the Garvey idea is in boom would be unbearable so DuBois -went to Europe when Garvey eame to America. THREE CRISIS. In a man's life there are three trag edies. The first is when he decides that he is too old for Fauntleroy eurls and mama deeides otherwise that they are too eute. The Beeond is when the high school Bailies that he thought he eouldn 't live without marries and he doesn't die. The third is his shape in a bathing sui...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 August 1921

fit************** RT®-'"' 9 ."J WHO'S WHO EDITORIAL. The corresponding features of Henry Ford President Harding, Thomas Edi son Harvey Ingham are that they arc amiable every-day sort of men. These men are outstanding personalities in their spheres. Des Moines is fortunate in having a minister that is also the posessor of those identical qualities that malce up those above named celebrities. Wo have found him to bo booster for his church at his church at the picnic, swimming' meaches and everywhere you find him boosting, boosting, boosting. And amid all this the splendid features is the fact that he Is a booster for every first class Negro enterprise in the city. Very little could the world progress wore it not for such men. They man the great ships of industry, commerce and they are the builders of civilissa tion, governments' and in fact every thing-that is worthwhile. Their value to the world is incom putable and is never fully realized. The man of whom we speak is Dr. George W. R...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 August 1921

1 itfr'Z* "v r!' xS HW •.. f- 14 ,• S V' ,W: A 1 |ii? I& AGE3TT8 OUTFIT 1 Hair Grower, Oil, 1 StMism 1 Oil, 1 7*«* Cream sad EH rKtien J«f MUWL IJJW. I f«r P#iU(*. 25e Zrtr» Mme. Estelle's Nn Life Beady remedies Restores vim, vigor and vitality to the Hair, Bkln, Scalp and Complexion. 72 VT. 133d St., Cor. Lenox Ave., Hew York City. "you vu van iiavc EXELENTO TW* I*'?* 3 %/&•'&.«.«» *r-£?yi tie on in hub vfwai ,NU UFE" Beauty College Agents WurUd. Write for terms. To be BEAUTIFUL is tbs "Ku-Iiife" Way Yd Nile Queen Preparations "FOR HAIR and SKIN" Scientifically manufactured to meet your particular beauty requirements NILE QUEEN Wonder Bleach NILE QUEEN Hair Beanttfler NILE QUEEN Cold Cream NILE QUEEN Vanishing Cream NILE QUEEN liquid Cold Cream NILE QUEEN Face Powder Pink, Flesh, White, Brunette and Cream Brown 60c EACH POSTAGE 5c EXTRA The country-wide demand for NILE QUEEN preparations has become so great that they are on sale at most drug stores and first class beaut...

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 August 1921

4 '.'5 *'flJU tfr' «rsV"iV.. .- •(*.* «-WS»W- v^SO'h-'1 FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOODH YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVIII No. 6. Bob Church Hits Right Trail Washington, D. C., Aug. 25.—Special: One man said to the A. N. P. rep resentative: "Here are some practical suggestions. The men who have stood sponser for the party principles should do like Bob Church, they should shake the dust of Washington from their feet, and go about their business. It is not generall known, but that is exactly what Church did, and when the facts come out, he will be more highly re garded as a leader. "Church spent more than two months in Washington. When he saw the trend of things, he had a long and serious conference with President Harding. When the president expressed hib VteWs, particularly on fnatters of appointments in the south, Church re spectfully told the president that he could not be sponsor for such a policy, and that until the coarse changed, his address would be 'Memp...

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 August 1921

.Hk 4 1*eh fotleee, per line Robbing Collective Paul To Pay Selective Peter We observe tbat there are represen tatives of a certain co-operative con cern are trying to establish one of their stores in this city. They state that their plan will elim inate the jobber, wholesaler and the middleman and combine the three in one and divide the profits among the shareholders. That is a good scheme if it can be worked successfully, bat what is the advantage, the disadvant ages looking at the matter in a broad sense. We desire to make the following statementa for the consideration of the colored people of this city: If yon bay firm's shares why not buy in limited quantities and feel yoor way through? Did yon note that among the twenty-five girls at the main olfic® as shown by the pictures are all white 'girls? Did yoa not observe that of the two or three hundred officials and office people at the home office that you never saw a BLACK face—ALL white? Do yon note that only sixty Negroes are «...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 August 1921

Mr* om» to f+mmm Walmt 8ft. btr«d at tha rwt CMBee Tm-D. Em mmy part mt tkm «Lc Kntlf Ofrngimr, mk The churches in this community inevitably suffer as the people will be to this get-rich-quick scheme so fast that the clmrch will in a large way be forgotten. Is the salvation of ear souls to be sold at a gambling ta ble? If this concern does not offer the Negro equal r.Tiancw in the positions of management every preacher in this city should not support this camou flaged form of segregation. Investment In real estate Is the best Investment on earth. The man or wo man that owns the land of this coun try are the ones who own the country. Investigate and see if that isn't the from an investment in real estate any proposition that says they can't fail is a lie. Thousands of corporations have gone to wall this year who formerly stated that their was unbreakable—how absurd to «rf«ir that say business could be so secure. We are not fighting the co-operative movement but we are tired of seeing...

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 August 1921

4%^ fa, a a m&k> ,r 4 ud Nebraska Baptist association. Mr. Aldred Blagburn entertained Tuesday evening in honor of Misses Alexander, Golder Crutcher, Viola Pendelton, Mildred Griffin, Dora Ncw comb, who will return td Iowa State university next week. Miss Mamife "Oiircra who is also a teacher at Tuskc ee~and a graduate of Iowa State uni versity will also be a special guest. Miss Hortense Woods returned Tues day morning from Causal, Iowa where she has been visiting Mrs. Dorothy Ousley. Miss Mattie Brooks is in Chicago at tending the tenth annual session of the Order of Twelve' of which she is na tional queen. Mr. Baker of Buxton. Iowa has leased the Bradford pool hall located on the first floor of the Bradford hotel. Mrs, M. J. Bradford returned from Waterloo Monday where she has been visiting her sister and mother. Mr. Irwin Beston is being entertained at a birthday party by Mr. and Mrs. j. B. Mitchell on Day street. Mr. Iiestor will be married some time in October to Miss Ro...

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 August 1921

,'-*AV' $•4 W gee A Mr. Aldred Blagbur® entertained Tuesday evening in honor of Misses Alexander, Golder Crutcher, Viola Pendelton, Mildred Griffin, Dora New comb, who will return to Iowa State university next weeic. Miss Mamie Diees who is also a teacher at Tuske- and a graduate of Iowa State uni versity will also be a special guest. Misa Hortense Woods- returned Tues day morning from Causal, Iowa where she has been visiting Mrs. Dorothy Ousley*. Miss Mattie Brooks is in Chicago at tending the tenth annual session of the Order of Twelve of which, she is na tional queen. Mr. Baker of Buxton. Iowa has leased the Bradford pool hall located on the first flpor of the Bradford hotel. Mrs. M. J. Bradford returned from Waterloo Monday where she has been visiting her sister and mother. Mr. Irwin Beston is being entertained at a birthday party by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mitchell on Day street. Mr. Bestor will be married some time in October to Miss Bosa Gibsou so it is rumored. Mr. and Mrs. L. H....

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 August 1921

1 t. Do! ur snbi I V. J. 1,« ptist S,"2 retaryf proses t| ur cityi| he 8«0' llstioo -f tor, Iioi of tow icsgo, I tora Ivy roh, bjr pastor, venini «T. A Vlien ib Oliu# ine an our citi. Heynalj ies Guf tod Tvit^' pared a the eh liosa- 1 Vl: TFFI ft** 'A p|| 4'^ Rev 11 rdan, a ireh, ait spirit, llation ,A choir „7 the cha nold# nion. J. il N. J? A' 'T t"' iii "4.^ -'^vV 'ii *v AGENTS OUTFIT 1 Hair Grower, 1 Temple Oil, 1 Shampoo. 1 Preiitnff Oil, 1 Face Cream and Xf rertion for Selling. $2.00. 25c Extra for Postage. ,NU LIFE" Beauty College Agents Wanted. Write for terms. To be BEAUTIFUL is the "Nu-Idfe" Way wis ,» I 1 ii (. 1 iitlh'^u Beady remedies Bestores vim, vigor and vitality to the Hair, Skin, Scalp and Complexion. 72 W. 133d St., Cor. Lenox Ave., New York City. VB i-v. If W* .m your Hair is Dry and "Wiry Try Eisi India itair Grower If you are bothered with Falling Hair, Dandruff, Itching Sealp, or any Hair Trouble, we want you to try a jar of BAST INDIA HAIR GROWER. The remedy...

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

1 er e- tiy an ps, old eat ffllc ooC and. j. in- a team Thor orch- with cle of and and cloth- T. ^-••lvgp mm It &*<*«% READ •:vf^ "I '7:*%f! and GOOD READ VOL. XXV/// No. 6. BYSTANDER ,4 The Bystander Coroborated At a meeting held at Corinthian Bap tist Church Monday ifight by the Agents Officials of the Co-operative So- AIIB ciety at which time, the Bystander edi- of the members of The db-operative story: 1 it kely If ,/ie* ,•& special ses Nlature was ex ^bera oi the •e In Des id the ..ing con bi'l *ssed out The bill /man frprn *ate a spe lature to *ore the •U go Vill Avch Iowa would che same poned code Here pecial tax com •ators H. S. Van ^itt, Charles M. mith and Rep- Varey, Arthur and T. C. comparing 7 usp new tax ing. comment '.he next lost 32 sum said, the out .* others in the Des situation. Lit. ri thought that 'failed to under is of the Ught in ipital was being Ion war. ire the guests of Fair Wednesday '"AFT doctor ,aey ne execution "ave been filed eon A. J- i^ie*...

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