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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 March 1917

CTTY LOCALS Mrs. Selma Brown, who has been quite ill, is able to be out. Mrs. J. A. Jefferson, 1322 Day street, left Monday afternoon for Col orado Springs, Colo., in the interest of her health. Tha Progressive club met at the home of Mrs. Howard, 1038 14th street Thursday night, March 8tb. Sir, V. L. Jones left last night for Edgar, Nebr., where he will accompany the body of Miss Nannie Keene to Can ton, Mo. The many friends of Mrs S, Jo«* Brown will be pleased to learn that she is able to be out again after a weeks illness. Mt. Moriah Tabernacle will give a Shamrock Entertainment at their hall, 8th and Mulberry, March 17. Admiss ion 10 cents. Dr. Jefferson reports the arrival of a seven pound boy Sunday, March 4th, at th ehome of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Simmons, 913 Fourteenth Street Place. Mrs. M. J. Lowe of Keokuk, Iowa, returned home Thursday, after spend ing several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Johnson, 1029 Thirteenth sreet. Atty. S. Joe Brow.i, Grand Master of Masons, made...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 March 1917

hed wt der Pu nes, Ip GE hosf, una. th jnoni th rtesl ,' th iSt/ the ''VU'-a days I ff'jS j., BR" t'-rZ mmm t, HEALTH HINTS. A. J. Booker, M. D. Que of a practical Christian life gave a great sermon at churcn trie other night. A lady was on to talk about themselves. I before the young people and gave genuine gladness if we think and re thcm a wonderful lesson in character Smiles are wonderful passports to 4 The burden of her theme was "choke tale they tell could be made to appear like a joke if the listener would let his or her tongue run also. One reason we have .two ears and one tongue is so that we can hear twice'as much as we tell but most people have the proposition backward and tellr twice as much as they have heard or seen. There are, it is true, many kinds of smiles there is the grinning, hyena smile of the hypocrite and the crook, the person who 'smiles in order to mask a designing intent. Then there is the character smile, one to make you know that the smile is for friends...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 March 1917

1 It 4 •V:v fl *. •CfiC Boost Pajr and read The Bystander XXIII No. 40 DAVENPORT ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Oney are the proud parents of a baby girl. Mr. Bobert Samuels and Mrs. Nicey Green were united in marriage, to the surprise of their many friends, who wish them a happy voyage on the matrimonial sea. Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Brown were .called to Kirksville, Mo., to the bed side of their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Stokes. The sewing' class meets every Thursday afternoon in the lecture room of Bethel A. M. E. church. Miss Cfcmpbcll is the teacher. The benefit concert given at ,St. John's M. E. church (white) fop the Bethel A. M. E. church was a success. The receipts of the evening were $112.2$, fbr which the trustees, to gether with the pastor, Rev. Waters, are very grateful. Mrs. C. R. Waters was summoned to Chicago last Sunday to attend her son, who is very sick. Mrs. Francis Baker is preparing to put on a fine entertainment at the •Third Baptist church Tuesday even ing. The T. L. 0. clu...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 March 1917

IN' unl ampj 1 for mo pht mo sh it nui it hoi not $ iiSi IT8TANNM PUBlisHmO Ca, KUBUMUWC DBS MOINES, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR PSQN JRC$" FRIDAY, MARCfl 16. 1917 Published every Frickfcr by the stander Publishing Company By Dei Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnak 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 'America, and Western Baptist Association. Entered at the postofflce as se» ond class matter. Advertising rates for display ads 25 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 secret societies where admission is charged, one-half of the above-mentioned rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cardsf yearly contracts, etc., terms are given on application. All ad vertising is to be pa...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 March 1917

GE •'z', •THE BYSTANDER BTBTANDM RUBLSSHTHGCO., FUBLMHW DCS MOMC8, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, MARcfc 16, 1917 Published every Fridq^ by the By" stander Publishing' Company, Das 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 Iowa, A. P. ft A. M., and International Grand Congress of Heroinea of Jericho of 'America, and Western Baptiat Association. Entered at the postofflce as sec ond class matter. Advertising rates for display ads tt cents per inch, for-each insertion. Three to six months' contracts,' 16 cents per inch. Local advertising cents per line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. For churches and secret societies where admission is aharged, one-half of the. above-mentioned 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 ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 March 1917

CITY LOCALS LU Shelton has beea confined to |hpqje the pa«t week. Ltty. J. B. Ruth ia recovering1 from Fattack of the grip. The Corinthian Aid Society will meet pth MUs Weekly on Baston boulevard 119th street Mrs. Helton, Prea Mrs. J. H. Shepard has returned jrom Auxvasse and New Bloomfield lo., where she was cnlled by the de^lji her father. The Missionary Society of Asbary f. E, .church met at the home of Mrs liHIUe Estell, 908 14th street Place, conducting their usual business. Ad journed to meet March 22nd with Mrs. fulia Turner* 918 12th street. ujia' The Des Moines Negro Civic League ill meet at the Palms at the corner Ninth and Park streets Sunday at 3 Subject for discussion, "Laying |de Personal Grievances and Work I, for the Common Good," led by Mr. Joe Brown. fhe members of the Royal Eight entertained at their spring frolic isday evening at the Elks hall, ty couples participated in the lat dances. The ball room was dec ted with the club's colors, which purple and red, and o...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 March 1917

)rw VJw Is jg&KT CITY LOCALS Mr. Lti Shelton'has beea confined to his home the past week. Atty. J- B. Ru*h la recovering from an attack of the grip. The Corinthian Aid Society will meet with Mlas, Weekly on Caston boulevard 192219th atreet. Mrs. Helton, Pres Mrs. J. H. Shepard has returned from Auxvasse and New Bioomfield Mo., where she was ctlled by the death of her father. The Missionary Society of Asbury M. E,.church met at the home of Mrs Millie Estell, 908 14th street Place, conducting their u^ual business. Ad journed to meet March 22nd with Mis. Julia' Turner* 918 12th street. The Des Moines Negro Civic League will meet at the Palms at the corner tof Ninth and Park streets Sunday at 3 j. m. Subject for discussion, "Laying lAside Personal Grievances and Work ing for the Common Good," led by Mr. 3. Joe Brown. The members of the Royal Eight [:lub entertained at their spring frolic lesday evening at the Elks hall. Jixty couples participated in the lat est dances. The ball room...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 March 1917

t, unl. stampj othj GE'i hose tunal nth I none nth RTEST the ,X#V 'TV- J*. HEALTH HINTS. A. J. Booker, M. D. 4- «. Cfclled To Rest. Did you ever stop to think That half the things you fear never Happen or if they do it is because jecting our feelings ahead of our selves consequently most of our un pleasant experiences are created within? That what you are in your thought world you will be in reality as soon as the opportunity presents, and that you ought to be more careful with your thoughts than with words That no one can do mean things, nor say them unless they are mean themselves, and that you have a fair index to character by the way people talk of others? That those with pleasant and happy thoughts have fine faces, since thought can mould the body and expression That we only reflect the things we see in the world and the world is not bad to good people, because they per sistently see good? That those who most readily think evil of others are evil in intent, figur ing that the o...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 March 1917

I I IIV GE t"S7 It*:-"' SWB® I1 1,- tT.'.'W ?.'*• 4(r tt". '.<p></p>II 1 s'et That half hethln«» you fwrnever Happen or if they do it is because tiont That luf 1. That 110 when you lose faith UTvTl W HEALTH HINTS. KEOKUK, IOWA. A J. Booker, M. D. \l ISMPW to the Bystander.) ,/ _... ....,, Called To Rest, f: 2 d^U,r^l0f thinV U?°n That we Hive effects upon oth er people by pro jecting our feelings ahead of our selves consequently most of our un pleasant experiences are created within? That what you are in your thought world you will be in reality as soon as the opportunity presents, and that you ought to be more careful with your thoughts than with words one can do mean things, nor say them unless they are mean themselves, and that you have a fair index to character by the way people talk of others? That those with pleasant and happy thoughts have fine faces, since thought can mould the body and expression That we only reflect the things we see in the world and the world ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 March 1917

9 Y*k\* Boost Pay k- and road The Bystander SIOUX CITY, IOWA. Mrs. J. W. Norriswho hat been con fined at Hillside sanitarium returned home Saturday. Her many friends are delighted to know that she is able to be out. Mrs. Drf R. A. Dobson has returned from an extended visit in Chicago. Mrs. K. Knight is confined to her bed with grip. Mrs. Frankie Young is very ill, The candy pulling given by the stewards of Malone A. M. E. church Thursday evening March 15th was a success. The Progressive club will give a drama Thursday evening March 22nd. The entertainment given by the G. U. 0. of O. F. was a success. Mrs. Alfred Morgan of Yankton was a business visitor iif the city Thursday and Friday. The Ladies Aid of lit. Zion-Baptist church will give a reception Thursday evening March 22nd. The trustees of Malone A. M. E. church will have a rally the 1st Sunday in May. A diamond ring will be given the lady bringing in the largest amount over $15.00. The Mt Zion Baptist church and Ma lone A. M. E...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 March 1917

•a-, ifl PPPB? FV:V??v'.?V' t. Boost Pay Md read The Bystander XXIII No. 41 SIOUX CITY, IOWA. Mrs. J. W. Norria who hat been con fined at Hillside sanitarium returned home Saturday. Her many friends are delighted to know that she is able to be out. Mrs. Dri R. A. Dobson has returned from an extended visit in Chicago. Mrs. K. Knight is confined to her bed with grip. Mrs- Frankie Young is very ill, The eandy pulling given by the stewards of Malone A. M. E. church Thursday evening March 15th was a success. The Progressive club will give a drama Thursday evening March 22nd. The entertainment given by the G. "U. 0. of O. F. was a success. Mrs. Alfred Morgan of Yankton was a business visitor itf the city Thursday and Friday. The Ladies Aid of Mt. Zion Baptist church will give a reception Thursday evening March 22nd. The trustees of Malone A. M. E. church will have a rally the 1st Sunday in May. A diamond ring will be given the lady bringing in the largest amount over $15.00. The Mt Zion B...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 March 1917

wmm- Vr' '4- 5 "i "V We will not return rejected manu script, unless accompanied by post age stamps. Send money by postoffice order, money order, express or draft, to The Bystander Company. All subscriptions payable in ad vance. This notice applies to all writers contributors, agents and correspond exits. Sign all articles, write only upon one side of paper, write a plain hand and spell accurately. Do nol send in names of persons at partief or receptions nor send in programs to be published before or after tht event. Do not give an eulogy write your personal comment upon the event. Simply tell tbo news oi event in a brief, simple manner and let the readers of The Bystander comment. Write the news of all classes, all societies, all religious de nominations, irrespective of youi personal whims or ideas. The Jowa State Bystander is the oldest Afro-American journal pub lished ir Iowa. It was established in 1894, and is read by nearly al) the colored people of Iowa. We have correspondent...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 March 1917

Fletcher _l CITY LOCALS Mr*. Berths Watson who has been ck for several weeks is much im roved. Mr. Wm. was called to maha Monday evening on account of death of his aunt. St Paul's Alter Guild will meet n^xt huraday with Mrs. Simmons, 2624 heater avenue. A. L. Cook of Burlington was in our ity this week. While here he called The Bystander office. The Corinthian Aid Society met with rs. Roane Friday afternoon at 2 p. m. enjoyable afternoon was spent. The Dee Moines Negro Civic Lengue ill meet at the Palms Sunday at 3 p. Interesting program. All invited. Miss Gertrude Hyde will entertain iss Joburness Redmon and mother, rs. G. D. Redmon, at dinner Saturday vening. Mr. Sam White of Indianola, la., as a Des Moines visitor on business ast Monday. He called at The Bys tan "er office. Or. Jefferson reporrts the.birth of a ine pound girl in the home of Mr. and 'rs. L. C. Rusch, 1326th E. 26th street the 15th day of March. Mrs. Sonnie Wilkinson who has been very sick was taken to her mother's...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 March 1917

PT"' #\v if kPtj DWj 'I 'ft :y .'* Krll HEALTH HINTS. A. J. Booker, M. D. Pain is the mo»t prominent cause of misery and many folks wonder why we were not so constructed as to be free from it. While pains are not good company, they are very valuable. It is pain which points out the danger signals to us lest we go without warn ing to destruction. Pain makes us. turn loose a hot poker lest we de stroy our hands it makes ice no less pleasant for the same reason. Both extremes of temperature are painful because they are destruc tive. People would eat ice cream and drink scald ing coffee at the same time unless there was pain to warn them. Steel will not long withstand rapid sudden changes, but we have less intelligence and respect for more delicate organs. It is pain which keeps a woman from pinning her hat to her head in stead of passing it through her hair. Men would stick nails through their akin and trousers, too, in order to hold the latter up but for the pain. The insertion of sha...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 March 1917

S$Bf DAY'jj,^ wwww ^fffPppwgBt wywi^pf 1 HEALTH HINTS. A. J.' Booker, M. D. Pain ia the most prominent cause of misery and many folks wonder why we were not so constructed as to be free from it. While pains are not good company, they are very valuable. It is pain which points out the danger signals to us lest we go ing to destruction. without warn­ Pain makes us. turn loose a hot poker lest we de stroy our hands it makes ice no less pleasant for the same reason. Both extremes of temperature are painful because they are destruc tive. People would eat ice cream and drink scald ing coffee at the same time unless there was pain to warn them. Steel will not long withstand rapid sudden changes, but we have less intelligence and respect for more delicate organs. It is pain which keeps a woman from pinning her hat to her head in stead of passing it through her hair. Wen would stick nails through their akin and trousers, too, in order to hold the latter up but for the pain. The insertion of ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 March 1917

Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIII No. 42 ALBIA, IOWA. Mrs. Emma Smith visited Lovilla over Sunday with Mrs. Charles Seal. In Albia April J9th at the A. M. E. church will appear in Reading Recital Miss Ruby Pettiford of Ohio, namely Ohio's favorite reader, an entertein ment of marit under the auspices of A. M. E. church, under direction of Mr. Chas. Washington, Miss Olo Lewis [has been detained from school this waek on account of a cold. Mrs. George Hull of Centerville was in Albia on Thursday and the guest of Mrs. Tom Williams while here. A correction—Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Roper were in Des Moines instead of Oskaloosa. The Young Girls' Social club met Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Chas. Washington. Tha A. M. E. Sunday School children are preparing their Easter program. Mrs. Edward Butler entertained at 12 o'clock dinner Sunday Rev, and Mrs. J. W. Dowden. Persons from Hocking who attended services at A. M. E. church Sunday are follows: Mr. and Mrs1 Emily Burns, Missea Alberta Robinson...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 March 1917

r&* Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIII No. 42 ALBIA, IOWA. Mrs. Emma Smith visited Lovilla over Sunday with Mrs. Charles Seal. In Albia April 19th at the A. M. E. church will appear in Reading Recital Miss Ruby Pettiford of Ohio, namely Ohio's favorite reader, an entertein ment of marit under the auspices of A. M. E. church, under direction of Mr. Chas. Washington. Miss Olo Lewis [has been detained from school this waek on account of a cold. Mrs. George Hull of Centerville was in Albia on Thursday and the guest of Mrs- Tom Williams while here. A correction—Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Roper were in Des Moines instead of Oskaloosa. The Young Girls' Social club met Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Chas. Washington. Ths A. M. E. Sunday School children are preparing their Easter program. Mrs. Edward Butler entertained at 12 o'clock dinner Sunday Rev, and Mrs. J. W. Dowden. Persons from Hocking who attended services at A. M. E. church Sunday are aa follows: Mr. and Mrs* Emily Burns, Misses Alber...

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 March 1917

I iff !1 t- THE BYSTANDER BY3TANDEH PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS DES MOINES, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1917 Published every Friday by the By stander Publishing Company, Dea 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 Iowa, A. F. & A. M., and International Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of America, and Western Baptist Association. Entered at the postoffice as sec ond class matter. Advertising rates for display adt. £5 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 secret societies whew admission is charged, one-half of t!.e above-meitioned 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 d...

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 March 1917

CITY LOCALS Donald Allen is up again, after ffering with tonsolitis last week. The Busy Bee Sewing Circle is suc eding nicely and doing good work. Why don't you pay up for The By nder. This means you who owe. The H. G. L. club met with Mrs. Jess aden on Sunday evening. A very lightful time was reported. Mrs. Anna Reeves Harris returned her home at Marshalltown, after a eek's visit at her parental home. The D. R. Red Cross chapter en yed another good stereopticon lec re by our popular Dr. A. J. Booker his office. The Mary Church Terrell club met onday evening with Mrs. Johnnie haw. Miss Tabitha Mash will be stess this week. The Mothers' Congress will meet first Saturday in April at the home Mrs. L. M. Mason. All are urged be present Sunday, April 1st, is Rally Day at sbury church. All members and 'ends are expected to be present. /. S. L. Birt of St. Paul's A. M. E. urch will preach at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Alex Coleman entertained at a vely dinner Tuesday evening in onor of Mr. and Mrs. A...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 March 1917

JSW .1 r$ il. -1 i: frt -l. "W^W" .jjw- ifn* *rws ,KM HEALTH HINTS. A. J. Booker, M. D. There are a great many people who run about with voices of maximum volume which are controlled by brains, il any, of the smallest quantity. The first and greatest protection which can be shown a people is to in sure them a means of livelihood and a protection of whatever they may be fortunate enough to acquire, as a mark of thrift and prudence. world is life. Abraham Lincoln was more interested in saving mules than he was in the officers. He could create officers, but mules cost money. The first thing any person living in this country, regardless of how im posed upon they feel, would do if their house were robbed, or someone set the place on fire is to call the police. Something is always done in these cases. It is not a matter of religion, race nor of prayer, but it is call the police. The first thing an industrious man does is to get a job in order to buy bread, and usually he buys the bread fr...

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