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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 March 1917

Jfy*4 ,,v tf.'-Vs 4i fl 1 nrvi 5ft*' •7 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 brain*, if 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. Property can not be created over night, but babies are born every day. Con sequently there is more importance attached to pre serving property than to protect life. The cheap est thing in the world is life. Abraham Lincoln was more interested in saving mules than he was in the officers. He could create officers, but mulec 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...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 April 1917

Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIII No. 43 CLARINDA, IOWA. Grandma Campbell still continues poorly at this writing. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Nash, a bouncing baby boy, April 4th. Mr. Chas. Griffin departed for his home in Plattsburg, Mo., Tuesday. Mr. E. B. Cook is remodeling his home both inside and out. Mr. Ed Cheetwood Pemberton, who was to go to Oralabor for her health, had to postpone her visit on account of the illness of her mother, but ex pects to go later on. Mrs. John Waters is visiting at the home of Mrs. Eva Davis. The Ladies' Crochet club met this week at the home of Mrs. Laura Jones. Mr. N. H. Pemberton made a busi ness trip to Chicago last week. Little Allen Looney is on the sick list. Mrs. Henry Ferrior gave an enter tainment at the Second Baptist church last Saturday night for the trustees. A neat sum was taken in. The ladies of the 0. E. S. gave a third anniversary banquet at their hall last Thursday evening. Covers were laid for fifty-six. Selections were gi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 April 1917

V. W„ Boost Pay and read The Bystander V,' XXIII No. 43 CLARINDA, IOWA. Grandma Campbell still continues poorly at this writing. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Nash, a bouncing baby boy, April 4th. Mr. Chas. Griffin departed for his home' in Plattsburg, Mo., Tuesday. Mr. E. B. Cook is remodeling his home both inside and out. Mr. Ed Cheetwood Pemberton, who was to go to Oralabor for her health, had to postpone her visit on account of the illness of her mother, but ex pects to go later on. Mrs. John Waters is visiting at the home of Mrs. Eva Davis. The Ladies' Crochet club met this week at the home of Mrs. Laura Jones. Mr. N. H. Pemberton made a busi ness trip to Chicago last week. Little Allen Looney is on the sick list. Mrs. ifenry Ferrior gave an enter tainment at tiie Second Baptist church last Saturday night for the trustees. A neat sum was taken in. The ladies of the O. E. S. gave a third anniversary banquet at their hall last Thursday evening. Covers were laid for fifty-six. Selec...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 April 1917

WV'Zv ••*,•• ft! ,'•• »«-5\ (We fi# »f«r *:H 1«w v* A. k« ,. 't1" THE BYSTANDER STSTAMDn P0BU8HIM0 OO., FUBUSHEU PB» Monnca, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1917 Published every Friday by the By •tmnder Publishing Company, DM Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnut 899. Official paper of tiie M. W. U. Grand Lodge of Iowa, A.. F. & A. M., and Iniernational Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of Ajnertea, and Western Baptist Association. Entered at the ond class matter. postoffice aa sac- Advertising rates for display ads. SB 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 sevten words to a line. For churches and «Kret societies where admission is draffed, one-half of tl.e sbove-meationed rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are given on application. All ad ver...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 April 1917

1P:1!P5 •W CITY LOCALS Mrs. Harrison Gould is sick at her home on Sixteenth street. Mr. Ben Lewis of Fayette, Iowa, was visiting his sisters, Miss Maud Lewis and Mrs. J. S. Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Erickson left last week for Chicago to make that their future home. Mrs. Amanda Weathly and her niece, Miss Mabel Brown, will leave for Omaha to spend Easter. Dr. A. J. Booker was invited to the platform last Wednesday at the citi zens' patriotic mass meeting. The Progressive Art club met at the home of Edward Cooley. After busi ness the club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Allie Divers on April 5th. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nichols enter tained Mrs. Beatrice Cleveland of St. Joe and Mrs. Geo. Redmond to a two course dinner last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Patton's little boy, who has been very sick with pneumonia the past fortnight, is im proving now. Mrs. Frank P. Johnson left last week for Chicago to consult some spe cialist in regard to her health. Her many friends hope that she may soon rega...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 April 1917

ff *HF^' ^Awrrw^-jV "-v.- '"'-Viv: HEALTH HINTS, iu J. Booker, M. D. "He is not here, but is risen." This is one of the most beautiful and in spiring statements that was ever ut tered. It is in the Catholic countries where. one gets the full significance of the statement, for it is a feast day, one of joy and uplift. Whatever may be the prevailing impressions of France, the people have deep religious feelings and give wonderfully inspiring ex pression of that sentiment. The spirit and significance of Easter is larger than any denominational conception it is a universal bursting of the bonds and death of winter the rising of all that is good and hopeful in man. It is a beautiful religious custom of the Catholic and near Cath olic form to observe Lent. These last days of the winter give abundant op portunity for spiritual reflection and bearing upon the solemn spiritual thoughts. Then comes glad Easter morn, lidding toward the new life and hope, toward which all of us lean, of which w...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 April 1917

Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIII No. 44 ALBIA NEWS. Mrs. Ross Johnaan and family has moved from Albia to Fort Dodge. They have been good citizens of Albia for over twenty years. Mrs. liable Robinson of Hoeking was in Albia on business Thursday. Mr. Charlie Davis was up from Ot tumwa at the home of Monroe Davis and other friends Monday. The Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. C. S. Washington on Thursday afternoon. After business the hostess and Mrs. Virginia Thomas served a very nice lunch. Mr. John Lewis of Madison, Wis., aent to his sister, Miss Mildred Lewis, a nice box of candy as an Easter gift. Miss Ilia Lewis was elected as a delegate for the Young Girls club to the Iowa Federation of Women in Ot tumwa Miss Edith Harris as her alternate. The Easter Sunday program was given at the A. M. E. church on Sun day evening. Easter Sunday was a very nie day after a snow storm from 10 o'clock Friday until late Saturday evening. Mrs Hattie Bennings and children are in Des Mo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 April 1917

^i ip ,c,i l: SJi w. ..M I ?. 4 I y".y I:,/''7.' '-V ''''•'•••.': THE BYSTANDER BY8TANDBB PUBUSHINO CO., PUBLISHERS DBS MOINES, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIPAV, APRIL 13, 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. ft A. M., and International Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of Ajnerica, 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, 15 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 il.e above-mestioned rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are given on application. All ad ver...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 April 1917

I CITY LOCALS Mrs. Lena McDavis visited her hus band in Colfax last Sunday. Mra. Gretta Knighter of Iowa City |was a visitor in our city this week. Mr. Will Green of Cedar Rapids was lin the city visiting relatives on 13th land Day street. Miss Delia Whyte will be hostess to Ithe Step Lively Girls club Sunday after |noon at 4 o'clock. Dainty refreshments ^rill be served. The Mary Church Terrell club met Iwith Mrs. Pearl Thompson Monday •night. Next meeting with Margaret •Roberts. The McSwain Bros, have sold the •Palace Sweet Cafe to Messrs. Brndford l& Foitd this Week, and will leave soon Ifor Omaha, Nebr. The Triple H. club will meet at the |home of Mrs. McGruder next Tuesday afternoon. There will be a demonstra tion lesson and short talks by members af club. The B. Y. W. Y. K. Art club met at Ithe home of Mrs. Wells. Usual bus iness conducted and adjourned to meet it the home of Mrs, Harry Allen, with Irs, OusU hostess. Mrs. W, Hieronymus entertained a few of her friends in ho...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 April 1917

I ii $ '•v^M •i HEALTH HINTS. A. j. Booker, M. D. There is in every community a set of boys and girls who are not yet fully grown and are too old to be handled like children. This young set is left to itself for amusement as they want it. We may have honest differences of opinions about amusement but youth ,must be served and is independent. It asks only one thing and that is to be let alone. No one is as wise as a boy or girl, between the ages of 16 and 20, feels—they are sufficient unto themselves they know everything ex cepting the one fact that they are not as wise as they try to appear. Rea son has never settled about them—there is no occasion to reason, their de sires and reasons are sufficient to them. It is not a question of what are we go ing to do with them, but rather what will they permit us to say to them. Youth is cock-sure. It is well for the rheumatic or the prudish to say that young people should be quiet and dignified. But a dignified youngster is not normal there ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 April 1917

ni :'H 1 Si "Ji *J «11 »j it if -h tl i- $ mi**'•.*,j#k II1" ', pwsiCj/ 1 'f & I'7 HEALTH HINTS. A. j. Booker, M. D. There is in every community a set of boys and girls who are not yet fully grown and are too old to be handled like children. This young set is left to itself for amusement as they want it. We may have honest differences of opinions about amusement but youth imust be served and is independent. It asks only one thing and that is to be let alone. No one is as wise as a boy or girl, between the ages of 16 and 20, feels—they are sufficient unto themselves they know everything ex cepting the one fact that they are not as wise as they try to appear. Rea son has never settled about them—there is no occasion to reason, their de sires and reasons are sufficient to them. It is not a question of what are we go ing to do with them, but rather what will they permit us to say to them. Youth is cock-sure. It is well for the rheumatic or the prudish to say that young people should...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 April 1917

Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIII No. 45 SIOUX CITY, IOWA. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of Chic ago, III., who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maxey, will depart for homs the end of the week. Mr. Frank Baker departed Sunday evening, April 15th, for Excelsior Springs, Mo., Mr. Baker will take two weeks treatment. The Progressive club will give an entertainment Thursday evening, April 19th, The K. P. lodge will hold their annual *ermon Sunday May 6th. at Odd Fel lows and Masonic hall. OMAHA, NEB. Mrs. {Catherine Tyler of 413 N. 13th, •died April I lth, The body was shipped to Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Harry Lewis is ill at her resi dence, 2504 Lake street, Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Moore will leave •shortly for California, where they will make theis future home A grand revival is being conducted at Zion Baptist church by Rev. L. K. Williams of Chicago and Mrs. W. Lewas, the grand gospel singer. Souls art being won for Christ. Revival services are being conducted at St. John's A. E. E. c...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 April 1917

Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIII No. 45 SIOUX CITY, IOWA. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of Chic ago, III., who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maxey, will depart for horns the end of the week. Mr. Frank Baker departed Sunday evening, April 15th, for Excelsior Springs, Mo., Mr. Baker will take two weeks treatment. The Progressive club will give an entertainment Thursday evening, April 19th, The K. P. lodge will hold their annual «ermon Sunday May 6th. at Odd Fel lows and Masonic hall. OMAHA, NEB. Mrs. Ka'.herine Tyler of 413 N. 13th, •died April llth. The body was shipped to Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Harry Lewis is ill at her resi dence, 2504 Lake street, Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Moore will leave shortly for California, where they will make theis future home A grand revival is being conducted *t Zion Baptist church by Rev. L. K. Williams of Chicago and Mrs. W. Lewas, the grand gospel singer. Souls arfe being won for Christ. Revival services are being conducted at St. John's A. E. E. c...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 April 1917

m 4 'j #p •i-l I THE BYSTANDER BY8TANOBB PUBU8HOIQ 00., PUBLISHER* DM M00W8, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1917 Published every Friday by the By •Under Publishing Company, Dee Moinea, 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. 4 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 ads fiS 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 met societies where admission is charged, 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 firs...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 April 1917

CITY LOCALS v. McDonald has been very sick pneumonia, but is reported better he infant aon of Mr. and Mrs. R. Patten who has been real ill with omonia, is improving nicely. here will be a May Ball given by Pleasure Club, May 1st at Elks II. Invitations will aoon be out. 'rs. W. D. Cottoms has returned from Methodist hospital, where underwent an operation for cancer. rs. Joe Smith, formerly of this city residing ill Omaha, Nebr., is the se guest of Mrs. C. L, Hampton, CheBtnat street. rs. L. H- Davis, 127 Jefferson ave Thursday for Boonville. Mo., where was called to the bedside of her ng mother. "essrs. W. H. London and J. B. cas of Buxton, Iowa, came to Des ines on business Thursday. Thsy led at The Bystander office. 're. Chas. Wilson who underwent operation for tumor a few weeks at Mercy hospital, is now home tonvalesing, which is good news to many friends. he Mary Church Terrell club met nday night with Margarett Roberts, study of the Holy Grail was con ued The club adjourned to ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 April 1917

1 4T» fj If 11 1 I IPS So 'X HEALTH HfoTfif A. J. Booker, M. 0. '. Someone haa said that the differ ence between an optimist and a pessi mist is "the optimist sees the dough nut and the pessimist sees the hole." Words mean definite things and to most hearers cpnvey ideas. But there are folks who use words to make bounds and consume time. whom we call pessimists who need to be placed in hospitals so that their physical ailments might be looked after. Pessimism depends upon many physical factors, corns and indiges tion are likely to make a fellow see blue. Optimism, in its true sense, has for its creation both soul and mind qualities. Life is the coat and hope is the lining. It is optimism which keeps the lining patched, no matter if the coat is threadbear. To believe in every yarn you hear and buy up gold bricks is not proving you are an optimist. On the other hands, it marks you as a man without thought. Proving propositions before you invest does not make you a pessi mist it demons...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 April 1917

OHN L,| RIDAY,^ luh«d ender oines, It ilding, rry ifarl cial pap* odge of ternatic eroines West ntered class 1 dvertisi! ents pa ee to si per ents p4 ting se ches a ission above-i fonal, 1 s, yea given ising it are work ur wo*i cE mmun ne sic inter the ERMf year month moi will ins OUI x... jap n._ 1 ul ia, Is] pc Oi vi ly i, oi a --.-.ife. •I'WWV1' pupw 1 i! 'T$ .j [ii j, im "ww HEALTH HlfrTS.' A. J. Booker, M. D. Someone has said that the differ ence between an optimist and a pessi mist is "the optimist sees the dough nut and the pessimist sees the hole." Words mean definite things and to most hearers cpnvey ideas. But there are folks who use words to make bounds and consume time. Pessimism depends upon many physical factors, corns and indiges tion are likely to make a fellow see blue. Optimism, in its true sense, has for its creation both soul and mind qualities. Life is the coat and hope is the lining. It is optimism which keeps the lining patched, no matter if the coat is thread...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 April 1917

Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIII No. 45 OFFICIAL PROGRAM IOWA STATE FEDERATION. Sixteenth annual session of the Iowa State Federation of Colored Wo men's Clubs to be held in the A. M. E. church at Ottumwa, Hay 21 to 23, in clusive. Board meeting Monday at 3 p. m. Monday evening, May 21—Citizens' Night at Second Baptist Church. Opening chorus, Chickasaw Camp fire Girls. Invocation, Rev. Cato. Chorus. Piano solo, Chalmer Hall. Welcome on behalf of citizens, May or P. Leeny. Vocal solo, Mr Eugene Bailey. Welcome on behalf of churches, Mr. W. S. Page. Vocal duet, Misses Gladys and Ida Davis. Welcome on behalf of clubs, Mrs. Francis Hicks, president of I. B.W. club. Piano duet with trap drum accom paniment. Piano, Misses Beulah Allen and Constance Downey. Drums, Miss Celia Wagner. Response to welcomes, Mrs. Jennie G. Johnson, Davenport. Vocal solo, Miss Lenora Williams. Closing song, Campfire Girls. Tuesday, 8:45 a. m. Music. Invocation by chaplain, Mrs. Julia Southall, Buxton. Son...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 April 1917

1 1*9W Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIII No. 45 OFFICIAL PROGRAM IOWA STATE FEDERATION. Sixteenth annual session of the Iowa State Federation of Colored Wo men's Clubs to be held in the A. M. £. church at Ottumwa, May 21 to 23, in clusive. Board meeting Monday at 3 p. m. Monday evening, May 21—Citizens' Night at Second Baptist Church. Opening chorus, Chickasaw Camp fire Girls. Invocation, Rev. Cato. Chorus. Piano solo, Chalmer Hall. Welcome on behalf of citizens, May or P. Leeny. Vocal solo, Mr Eugene Bailey. Welcome on behalf of churches, Mr. W. S. Page. Vocal duet, Misses Gladys and Ida Davis. Welcome on behalf of clubs, Mrs. Francis Hicks, president of I. B.W. club. Piano duet with trap drum accom paniment. Piano, Misses Beulah Allen and Constance Downey. Drums, Miss Celia Wagner. Response to welcomes, Mrs. Jennie G. Johnson, Davenport. Vocal solo, Miss Lenora Williams. Closing song, Campfire Girls. Tuesday, 8:45 a. m. Music. Invocation by chaplain, Mrs. Julia Southall, Buxt...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 April 1917

HaSfe,. .V al »l 1-': I. I 1 it Ifl c.( .y I fe ?4 v?* I 1 I \\y *pa* *k "'.•'.-"^r •••:.. 1 •••.• ", •'.. THE BYSTANDER BTSTAMDn FUBUSHIWQ 00., PUBLISHER! PB M0DC88, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 27. 1917 Published every Friday by the By stender Publishing Company, Dee Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry etreete. Phone, alnat 899. Official paper of the M. W. U. Grand Lodge of Iowa, A. P. Jk A. 1L, and International Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of Ajneriea, and Western Baptist Association. Entered at the postoOee as sec ond class matter. Advertising rates for display ads E5 cents per inch, for each insertion. Three t* six months' contracts, IS cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. Per churches and secret societies where admission is ^a^ed, one-half of the above-meatiofied rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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