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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 December 1916

CITY LOCALS Mrs. M. L. Grtfgory.is ill this we«lc. Mrs. C. H. Irwin left Thursday for Birmingham and Montgomery, Ala., accompained by little Joserhene Peeo. TO LET—Two famished rooms, 815 28th street. •. Mrs. Dr. J. Dulin, who has been sick for several iqonths, is somewhat im proved. She is able to be up again. Jeff Logan, who has been confined to his home because of ill health, is improving, which if good news to his many friends. Mrs. W. H. Johnson of Chesterfield will leave Friday morning to spend the week-end with her son, Major, who is in the hospital at Iowa City. Master Major Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson, is getting along very nicely at the hospital in Iowa City. Mrs of Hastings, Minn., is visiting in our City, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Wilkin son, on East Thirteenth street. Mrs. A. C. Waldon of Marshalltown, Iowa, was in ohr city a few days this week. While fiere she was the guest of Mrs. Harris at the home of Mrs. Harris', mother, Mrs. Reeves, on Ar th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 December 1916

v-1 !i h- v'.W.V- .. Wt FORBIDDEN FRUIT Br WIli-ARD BLAKEMAN My tether died when I wu twelve yean old, leaving me a food property la tbe care df my ancle, John Brougb. Hie name should bare begun with a "0," for be was tbe gruffest spoken yn ever knew. I was aent to ftoardlng school till I waa seventeen «nd then to college. Upon graduating I received a letter from my guardian ancle 0 come to his boose. When I reached it, leaving the auto in which I arrived with my hand bag gage, I saw looking at me through an upper window a young girl evidently about seventeen, the sweetest face I had ever seen. I was thrilled at the Idea of being In a bouse with such a lovely creature, being of an age to be easily struck by a pretty girl On entering the house I saw another face, the antipodes of the first' It was that of my uncle. His face was square, his mouth curved down at tbe corners, his eyes set deep In his head and overhung by beetling brows. "How old are you?" was his first remark to me. "I ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 December 1916

Pay Boost and read The Bystander XXIII No. 26 YANKTON, SO. DAK. Wednesday evening, November 8th, the ladies of the African Baptist church gave a free social in honor of the marriage of their pastor, Rev. Hereford. White and pink were the colors used in the decorations. Mrs. A. P. Morgan presented the bride with a box of white and pink carna tions. All reported a pleasant time. Wednesday evening at 9:30 p. m. occurred the wedding of Miss Edna Blakey and Mr. J. C. Marion at the .home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Ernest Hayes, on Summit avenue. Friends join in wishing them a happy married life. November 22d the members of the A. M. E. church surprised Rev. Stans berry and family with a pound party. A two-course luncheon was served. All reported a good time. The A. M. E. church gave a pro gram for Thanksgiving on Sunday evening, November 26th, under the auspices of Mrs. S. W. Stansberry. The ladies of the African Baptist church will serve a 6 o'clock dinner on Thanksgiving. A cordial inv...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 December 1916

3 t:W :«i $* I 1 fc i'! THE BYSTANDER BYfTANDBS rUBLlSHWO JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER fl. 1916 Published every Friday by the By atander Publishing Company, Dea Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry street*. Phone, alnut 899. Official paper of Die M. W. U. Grand Lodtfa of lows, A- A. M., and International Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of America, and Western Baptist Association. Entered at the postofflce as sec ond class nutter. Advertising'rates for display ads, 25 cents fcer inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 15 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. P#r churches and aasret societies when admission is ahugedt- one-half of the above-meationed rates. For' -pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc^ terms are given on application. All ad vertising is to be paid in advance. We are prepared to do first das* job work at ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 December 1916

CITY LOCALS TO LET—Two furnished rooms, 815 28th street. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Winn and jflrs. Hicks spent Thanksgiving in Boone, Iowa, with their mother. Mrs. Eugene Davis of Boone, Iowa, spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughters, Mrs. .Chas. Winn and Mrp. Mattie flicks. Mr. ancl Mrs. E. F. Hicks enter tained Mrs. W. Cobbs of Centerville, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Henry and Mrs. S. Rogers at dinner Sunday even ing. Mrs. Henry Johnson and daughter, Mabel, of Gravity, Iowa, arrived in the city Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Clarence Logan. While in the city they are the guests of Jeff Logan. Tl^e B. Y. P. U. are ^nxious thqtthe young pieople attend 'their nieetmgs better on Sunday afternoons at 6:30. There are always splendid papers and excellent song services. On last Sunday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Chas. Winn, 746 Eleventh street, about thirty-eight young people gathered, compliment ary to Misses Helen Dameron and Mayme Diggs, who are attending school at Iowa City. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 December 1916

*r*+ S »M tl -ffl "f ,-•••-- y- kw. dMdWata Wi ^Si^' M''"' GREAT GAME At' INSTITUTE. -t ,: Lighter Jf«i to Tw iMn. .- W*rt Virginia'# Heward University Institute, W. Vt.—Wbat was pro- Bounced the greatest football contest la this section for maa* years was tin recent game between the West Vlr. glnU Collegiate Institute eleven and the squad from Howard university, which resulted In a tie score, 7 to 7. I The West Virginia boys nut a crimp |n the string ot successes of the repre tentative team from the District and before the first half was over changed Howard's air of confidence to that of 1 the grim desperation of one who fights hopelessly with his back to the wall. Howard's first rushes after they re celved the klckoff were so well organ the else and looks of the be geared, warriors so formidable, that be fOTe 'institute could recover her cour age Pender Hughes had swept around her right end to a point from which the ball was—with difficulty, however poshed over. While gloom settle...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 December 1916

.i "A'* Boost and read The Bystander XXIII No. 27 COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. The Mission Circle met at Mrs. J. P. Jackson's residence, 1581 Avenue A. Lunch was served. The Darcus Sewing club met at the residence of Mrs. A. S. Hall on Eighth avenue. Alight lunch was served. Deacon Sam Fields is on the sick list Mrs. Jacob Fountain has been ill but is better at this writing. Mr. Butler Walker has been on the sick list, but is better at this writing. The Pastor's Aid club met Thurs day night. A nice program was ren dered by the young people. Ice cream was served. The Darcus club gave a fish fry on Friday night. A large number were present. It was a financial success. Rev. and Mrs. D. Phelps of Omaha, Neb., were visiting in the city Sunday. Rev. Phelps preached Sunday night. Collection, $13.25. 1 KEOKUK, IOWA. (Special to the Bystander.) Mr. A1 £. Anderson and Jay H. Goines left Keokuk for East St. Louis, after shaking hands with old friends in Keokuk. Mr. Anderson is a former Keokuk boy and...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 December 1916

2|h ill V' r- "!Vi, \j »V V* THE BYSTANDER BY8TANDU PUBUSHWCICO., PVBUSHEB£ DBS MOINBS, IOWA I ... JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1916 Published every Friday by the By stender. Publishing Company, Dea Moines, lows. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnot 899. Official paper of the M. W. U. Grand Lodge of Iowa, A. F. A A. M., and International Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of Ajnertea, and Western Baptist Association. Entered at the postoffice as sec ond class matter. Advertising rates for display ad* SB cents per inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 15 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. For churches and OMret societies where admission is Aaa^ed, one-half of the above-mentioned rates. For pro* fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are gfrren on application. All ad vertising is to be paid in advance. W...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 December 1916

,nf M.¥ 4»V**&nrv« 1 i' THE BYSTANDER BYSTANDU PUBLISHIMQ CO., PUBLISHERS DBS M0IN88, IOWA ,1 JOHN h, THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS. 1916 Published every Friday by the By stander. Publishing Company, Des Moines, low*. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnut 899. Official paper of the M. W. U, Grand Lodge of. Iowa, A. P. & A. M., and International Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of Ajnerica, and Western Baptist Association. Entered at the postoffiee as sec ond class matter. Advertising rates for display adt £8 cents per inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 16 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. For churches and awet societies where admission is ttiafeed, one-half of the above-mentioned rates. For pro* fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are gfcren on application. All ad* vertising is to be paid in adva...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 December 1916

CITY LOCALS We are having our first touch of zero weather this week. Miss Susie Lee, our stenographer, is sick this week with a severe cold. The Bystander annual holiday cut rate openB today for one month only fl.OO is sent in for one year. Mr. Levi Riley and Ghas. Smith are drawn on the jury for this term. They are good young men. The church rally at Union Congre gational church held last Sunday re sulted in a collection of $135.50. Mrs. W. H. Johnson and daughter, Miss Mabel, of Gravity, Iowa, were called here last week to attend the funeral of Clarence Logan. Mr. Will Brown of Lincoln, Nebr., arrived in the city Friday to attend the funeral of his wile's mother. FOR RENT OR SALE—1207 Center .•treet will sell on payment. M. Carr, 709 Polk Bldg. The A, M- E. Mite Missionary society will hold open doers January 1st at the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hicks enter tained Mrs. W. Cobbs of Centerville, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hanger t^nd S. Rodgers on Sunday evening. Mesdames Harry...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 December 1916

•N. w, Mij^ .' .* .'• '**•&**. jjfW ..... ... ... ,' 4 CITY LOCALS We are having our first touch of zero weather this week. Miss Susie Lee, our stenographer, is sick this week with a severe cold. The Bystander annual holiday cut rate opens today for one month only $1.00 is sent in for one year. Mr. Levi Riley and Chas. Smith are drawn on the jury for this term. They are good young men. The church rally at Union Congre gational church held last Sunday re sulted in a collection of $135.50. Mrs. W. H. Johnson and daughter, Miss Mabel, of Gravity, Iowa, were called here last week to attend the funeral of Clarence Logan. Mr. Will Brown of Lincoln, Nebr., arrived in the city Friday to attend the funeral of his wife's mother. FOR RENT OR SALE-1207 Center street will sell on payment. M. Carr, 709 Polk Bldgv The A. M- E. Mite Missionary society will hold open doers January 1st at the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hicks enter tained Mrs. W. Cobbs of Centerville, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 December 1916

HEALTH HINTS. A. J. Booker, M. D. There an people in the world whom it is impossible to insult Their hides make armor plate look like tissue pa per in comparison. They usually get a little money, because there is a larg* er class which likes to help the meek. But there is a middle ground between the thick-hided and the thin-skinned, who are always looking for and find ing rebuffs. No worse calamity can befall a set of people than to be taught that they are to be objects of ill treatment and re worst things we can do for chil dren is to make them sensitive and have them look for slights. It grows upon them and unfits them for their place in the world. As time goes on all of us Will get knocks enough without anticipating them. Negro children in school ought not be encouraged to stand apart and look for acts of discriminations on the part of teachers and pupils. Reading and writing is almost a small part of life the great big thing in life is to take your place in line and help with th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 December 1916

•Vu ftc" nr'-h *W. ¥*j*SV'-» #.•••.$$" r#M" "'^Tr^f .S^.^:! B^riM i'*i W'' •mmmiV'Z ', jwrs*-'. W-Wtf&qM) XXIII No. 28 Boston Market Co. PROVISIONERS Phone Walnut 763 320 Sixth Aveuue Where Quality Counts Come in and let us SAVE YOU MONEY on Christmas Jewelry We HTe you from 25 to 39 per cent on all Diamonds, Bracelets, «JS?£S^®S^ from $0.00 to $80.00. Watches from $8.00 up. Y«u may select any articte In the rtort bow ud wt will pat It aside tor jtm ratll Christmas O. COHEN 308 Walnut St. Surety Bonds and Accident Insurance \WIML mm ,J"^,t|t 1T '"z OUR We're AH Buying Our Save Money on Gloves Buy your (Moves and Mittens from us. We are wholesalers and manufacturers and can save you money. Leather, Knit and Fur Hermann Glove Co. 609 Grand Avenue MEATS OP QUAUTT-FANCT ttESH DRESSED Willcox-Howell-Hopkins Company CITY AGENTS Hawkeye Turkeys Qeeie Ducks FOR XMAS Chickens Rabbits High Gjrade Groceries 304 Walnut 510 Locust Christmas Decorations Trees—Expense is very slight. Wreaths—M...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 December 1916

mr I .1 I' $ THE BYSTANDER urwuamm rcmuaamaco., rtmumum. —HWHWI, 1WTA JOHN L. THOMPSON, kpITOE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. 19)6 I"®' EDITORIALS CHRISTMAS. Once more the cycle of time hat re turned our great festival season, the natal day of oar Saviour, which brings glad tidings of great joy, for a Sav iour is born unto the world. Our thoughts are now turned toward Yule tide and that a proper celebration of the birth, of this wonderful Counsellor who brought peace and happiness, to the world 1,900,years ago.' At tl^is particular time we need some one to restore peace «nd bring happiness to the suffering millions of Eurojpe. This awful scourge of war will leave a scar on the life of Europe for many, years to come. While in America we are at peafce, yet we cannot rejoice, because our'neighbors and sister countries are in revolution and bloodshed and even some of our soldiers have been killed in battle on Mexican soil and the lynehing and burning of so many col ored citizens. With these atroc...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 December 1916

p. Si? orr locals ymM gift-to all of our readers. I Many out of towni guests will spend the holidays in the Capital City. We wish all of our Merry, (Mr. W. J. Jones of Buxton was in our city Saturday. While here he called at the Bystander office. Mrs. C. H. Irvin and Josephine Peco returned Monday from Birmingham, Ala., and report a fine trip. •"I Bev. S. L. Birt accompanied the body- of Mr. Bush to Keokuk, where funeral services were held, and the remains laid away last Wednesday. FOR BENT 0& SALE—1207 Center street wUl sail on payment M. Csrr, 709 Polk Bldg, Mr, Wm,,P« JSs«p.of Grand Master S.-Joe Brown, accom panied by C. C. Johnson, grand mas ter of cerexhonies of the Iowa grand lodge of Masons, made a special visit to Western Star lodge, No. 36, at Ft. Dodge last Monday evening, adjusted some difficulties said lodge was haying and conferred the second and third degree upon two candidates. The members and many friends of Rev. H. A. Perry J?™ subscribers Merry Christmas. a Mr...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 December 1916

f'* •s 1 -1 1 -7:!.' '••V •,/-i"^' ii vM' ••1v:if'£i,'x'1 I V' 2 •'•••,•,. 1 torn!fiMiin'.' n)«ri.i'iifi rrriiiniijM r: £v? t.r* K** «& 2 ftV PAPER ON PROMI­ NENT MEN. Th. Independent Sewing Circle club held their first meeting October 28 at the home of Mm. H. Jones. The meeting was opened by singing and prayer by the chaplain, Mrs. Jones. Scripture reading, St. Matthew 18th chapter, discussed by all the members. The program was next rendered, which was as follows: Reading by *ri»a Ada Davis, about the Negro race. Paper which was commented upon by all the members. Subject of the pa per, "Prominent Negro Men," read by Mrs. Ospar Roper. The manner in which the Negro be came an inhabitant of America is one of history, but not in the sense of con quest or seeking adventure or civilis ation, but as a servant of who sought to enrich themselves and to have some one to do their bidding, the hewers of wood and drawers of water through out eternity. In speaking of promi nent Negroes in ou...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 December 1916

Bystander XXIII No. 29 1 EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS. Wealthiest Colored Man in Iowa. This will be the last observation that I shall write this collection year. We first stopped at Folager, a mining camp of a few hundred people. The colored miners are doing well. We next visited Buxton, Iowa, which is the king of mining camps in Iowa and perhaps the country. Until re cently it has been the mecca for the colored miners. However, in the last few years, since Mr. Buxton has left, several hundreds and perhaps thou sands of miners have left and many of their places taken by white miners. It seems to be the policy of the new superintendent to supplant many of the colored miners with white. How ever, Buxton is not what it once was, nor will it ever be. I think last year in my observations I stated that one third of the 1,000 company houses were vacant. This ye&r fully one-half are vacant. It tells the story in brief. The cause I am unable to state. And those who are here are not working on f...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 December 1916

ff. «R! b': THE BYSTANDER »Y8TANDU FUBUSHtMO CO., PUBUntSWI DM MOINB0, IOWA JOHN L, THOMPSON, EDITOR •FRIDAY, DECEMBER S&.1916 Published every Friday by the By itandir Publishing Company, DM Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnut 899. Official paper of the M. W. U. Grand Lodge of lotra, A. P. & A. M., and International Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of America, and Western Baptist Association. Entered at the postofflce as see ond class matter. Advertising rates for display ads, £5 cents per inch, for each insertion. Three te six months' contracts, 16 cents per inch. Ixcal advertising 10 cento per line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. Plot churches and aesret societies wham admission is Aa^ed, one-half of the above-me«tion«l rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are gtasn on application. All ad vertising is to be paid in advance. We are prepared to ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 December 1916

CITY LOCALS H«ppy New Year to our readers. jlr». C. F. Top«on is quite sick at lier home. Her many trienda are much farmed. New Years night Mrs.' Robert Miles till entertain the Misses JMcDowells md a few friends at dinner. Mr. and Mra. Robert Miles enter tained at a family dinner on Christmas night at their home, 98114th street, Mrs, Ada Green of 918 13th street ipent Xmas with her mother, Mrs. Frank Flummer of Indianola. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hughes and family spent Xmas in Boone, la. visit ing with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Taylor and other friends. FOR RENT OR SALE—1207 Center itreet will sell on payment. M. Carr, 709 Polk Bldg. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant announce the birth of a son, Ulyses S. Grant, Jr., Dec. 6th. Mrs*. Grant will be re membered as Miss Stella Stanton, Mr. R. W. Brown of MasenCity, Ia„ spent Xmas here. He attended the King Solomn Commandery Christmas aervices Xmas day at the Asylum at 11th and Center. He had just return ed from a trip to Detroit, Mich. Miss Mildred Griffin ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 December 1916

4 .fe COUNCIL BLUFKS, IOWA. The Miuioii Circle met at the home, of Mm. E. Walker, 1817 Broadway. Lunch was served and the afternoon was pleasantly spent. The Darcus Sewing Circle met at the home of Mrs. Mary Moore on I Included In This Sale Are These World Renowned Pianos WM. KNABE ft CO. VOSE ft SONS CROWN SCHILLER V. P. HAINES ft CO. P. C. WEAVER LINDEHAN Sale $275.00 H. P. NELSON Mahogany Case. Absolute ly new. $1«U)0 VO^B^&*^)NS Oak Case. New. A beauti W I O Eighth avenue. Lunch was served. The Pastor's Aid club met Friday night at the church. A yery, nice pro gram was rendered. The Silver Leaf club meets at the church Tuesday night. Lunch will be served. *yf OPEN EVENINGS .y,• .v SOULIER "W 1 Pn'nn M1Q Only a Few of these Bar rnte WO gains. COME EARLY HERE IS YOUR CHANCE To Make Your Family Happy $300.00 SCHALLHOFF Oak Case. Slightly used. $165.00 1325.00 •, BACHMAN Oak Case. New. Pandy bargain. $209.80 1*he sick in the city are: "Sister Fountain, Mr. T. S. Wright, Mr. Cane...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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