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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 December 1917

Famfi r- WW XXIV No. 27 Boston Market Co. PROVISIONERS Phone Walnut 763 320 Sixth Avenue Where Quality Counts The Glasgow Tailors 319 Sixth Ave. Invites colored soldiers to call when in need of Uniforms, alterations on clothes, chevrons of any kind. We are the most reasonable place In town to come to for this class of work. We make to measure a dandy uniform for $32/50 and a serge at $35.00. Peoples Sayings Bank 7th and Locntf Streets Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus $200,000.00 4 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposit Chas. H. Martin, President Frank P. Flynn, Vice President Edw. A. Slinmger, Cashier Carl W. Mesmer, Asst. Cashier R. C. Morrow, Asst. Cashier FIKE & FIKE Des Moines, la. NEW and OLD BOOK DEALERS Books Bought, Sold and Exchaged 309 4th St- Phone Red Comfort, Thfeh Amputation if 1434 CHRISTMAS ...TREES... sfiwsssesii ^nriHiuioa buuj-K'"® Wy\r most aooeciated by the children. EAST PES MOINES BRANCH, 416 East locust Street GIFTS FOR MEN Xmas Neckwear Large Variety TOGGERY SHO...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 December 1917

.A THE BYSTANDER VTSTANDBB PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS PE8 PINKS, IOWA 40HN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, DEC. 21, 1&17 published every Friday by the By j, atander Publishing' Company* Dee Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnirt 8W TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, One year Six months Thns anonths Entered at the postofBce aa *c end class matter. Send money by postoffico order, money order, express or draft, to ThO bystander Company. & All subscriptions payable in vance. Albia Miss May Davis S a Monmouth, Ill....Mrs. Bernice Metlock Clinton. A. A. Bush Macon, Mo Laey Harris St Paul. Minn Mrs. Hattie Hicks Rock Island 111 ...Miss Bertna Edmunds Davenport. ...Mrs. D. J, Jonnaoo Oskaioosa ... ..Mrs. Cora Moore Centerville ..Mrs. A. L. Crittenden Umaha, Neb Miss Murel Brown Ottumwa. Mrs. W.. H. Thompson Moberly, Mo Miss Lee Etta Owens Galesburg, 111 -...Miss B. Anderson Quincy, 111 Mrs. Mattie Lillye Buxton, Iowa Miss Gladys Mardis Knoxvil...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 December 1917

vffjg CITY LOCALS FOR SALE. bw 5-room cottage, at 1801 Al I lison creet. Reasonable terms at low price Call or write C. H. King, 1801 avenue, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Orey Weldon expect to [jeave Sunday to visit his mother in .Ceokuk, Iowa, and also take a trip to [(Juincy, 111. The Mary Church Terrell club met the home of Miss Marie I. Bell on .riday evening, .Adjourned to meet next Friday. Mrs. J. E. Ivey, wife of Lieutenant jvey at Camp Dodge, wh ohas been ill jt the base hospital, has recovered nd has returned home again. Miss Ulysses Gilbert of Rockford, 111., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. L. Smith, 1330 Day street, also her uncle, G, W. Brown, of 1516 Illinois street, [for an indefinite stay. Mr. Fred H. Johnson, private of •company A, 866th infantry, Camp Dodge, eft Thursday evening for his home in Gravity, Iowa, where he will [spend a week's vacation. The Marchiel Neal Art club met at jthe home of Mrs. Bernice Wilkison. ifter tha routine of business a dainty lunch was serv...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 December 1917

i-1 vf f," -S «h «. 1 m- "i '•"'«. I I 1 ,V* fbi y- V-&V- •fe. 'r& 1 '^1' *4IF I 'Wi IS "fe^i I 2 4 utA .-yy,: 5iSSS5 W, SK ,V Evm '•'•.»* h& Now you can lend Uncle Sami even as small a sum as 25 cents the smallest savers now have an opportunity to hfip their country and themselves by lending small amounts to Uncle Sam to help him win the war. The United States Government has placed on sale the new $5.00—4°fo War Saving* Certificate* and the 25c. Thrift Stamps Which are backed by SHOES AT KINNEY'S BIG STORE HOLIDAY GOODS DO NOT MISS OUR LOW PRICES SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT PRICES FAR BELOW THE AVERAGE Ladies Dress and Novetly Boots Ladies Rubbers and Overshoes Ladies Felt Slippers Mens Dress and Work Shoes Mens Rubber Goods Boys Shoes aod Rubbers Girls School and Dress Shoes Girls Rubber Footwear Rubber Boots at Wholesale Prices G. R. KINNEY Co. Inc. 207—209 W. SPP-S: &jflfc&SSSjfe*sfo' South' of Wainet St. Extraordinary Xmas Gift A CHRISTMAS GIFT THAT WILL B...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 December 1917

III SB & ,£* *1 'l "V1 "i vv 1 *£"*5\L. •s •& **i. *y *V -4 f' OTtfyfr1lv\-4"^ It^ ^4 SK?$ V^s.v I' V'* J' -'•S T' "f I $ ii fV .wm vt M'V S-M TOrXnoofG Cfemera/Msit—*Tib ,-£ and the Trust wont we'll bfurb to dp tb«t again, mere you tall the ralp EL*""" t,'V4 ojS tbe rodt bortei niii J'-oA mbf^fer. ,-u, War Savings Certificates 25c. Thrift Stamps which are by all the resources of the United States and therefore are the safest investment In the world. The First ft Savings Bank is country and the people of Des Moines in this matter and is now ready to sell the stamps and certificates. •Come in and get full particulars and learn how to help your Government while you are helping yourself. ruiS SHOES KINNEY'S BIG STORE HOLIDAY GOODS DO NOT MISS OUR LOW PRICES SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT PRICES FAR BELOW THE AVERAGE Ladies Dress and Novetly Boots Ladies Rubbers and Overshoes Ladies Felt Slippers Mens Dress and Work Shoes -/Mens Rubber Goods Boys Shoes aod Rubbers Girls School an...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 December 1917

tOR'S OBSERVATIONS. ly John .Thompson, -wmm ng $K •,* Des Moines overland in the [ir first stop was in Knoxvlile, Jit was delightful'drive, as Ids were good. We traveled 25 [withqut throwing in low. 1 town of Knoxville is the county bf Marion county. Here live fifty colored people, but there are several hundred in mining camps within a few miles radius of this town. Mr. Ray is one we^ known an* highly respected citizens here. His daughter, Miss Ora Warthal, is a dressmaker er and has all the work she c»n do. Rev. R. P. Palmer, the Bap tist minister, lives here. He also I preaches at Andersonville, a mining camp about five miles from here, of which I shall write more. Mr. Jacobs and folks still live here and Mr. and jjrs. J. B. Johnson all of whom are highly respected citizens here. Mr. John Cavil lives over at Flagler a mining town at which about a hun dred or more colored people now live, jlr. R. A. Crew is a farmer living about a mile and a half from town. W. M. McCartey is also a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 December 1917

)R*S OBSERVATIONS* \y John .Thompson ig Des Moines, overland in the ar flMt stop jwas in Knoxvlile, It was a delightful-drive, as Ids were good. We traveled 25 withqut throwing in low. town of Knoxville is the county Df Marion county. Here live fifty colored people, but there are several hundred in mining camps within a few miles radius of this town. Mr. Ray is one of the well known and highly respected citizens here. His daughter, Miss Ora Warthal, is a jMosmaker and has all the work she £Tdo. Rfev. R. P. Palmer, the Bap tist minister, lives here. He also preaches at Andersonville, a mining camp about five miles from here, of which I shall write more. Mr. Jacobs and folks still live here and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson all of whom are highly respected citizens here. Mr. John Cavil lives over at Flagler a mining town at which about a hun dred or more colored people now live. Mr. R. A. Crew is a farmer living about a mile and a half from town. W. M. McCartey is also another farm er'wh...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 December 1917

ri 5fc -ijf ?i 't $- iTsssra Vv v-1 Ar4* wv .•" vl T.:* 5-. ,/ tV^/0? Vv\^'*V '%Kt.'V V* J^- '3 •j VI 1 ri J. .s l: I 11 OBSERVATIONS. (Continued from Page 6.) ing camps within a radius of from 8 to 20 miles. In fact this coun­ ty. Mahaska and Lucas are the center of the mining districts of Iowa and in most all of the campa there are col ored miners. Buxton has been very unfortunate in that some of her best and finest buildings have been burned to the ground within the last few yean. The large company store was completely burned a few years ago. The two hotels, one being built and owned by Anderson Perkins, the other owned by Reuben Gaines, a $10,000 structure, all modern, built of cement blocks. It was burned last year and at present hotel accommodations are very hard to find. We find that the colored peo ple now living here are prosperous, making good wages and many are saving their earnings. The present company store employs about thirty people, of which about five or six are col...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 December 1917

4 'J »x-. *3 •i ti 'U-J t- W 5f] fS! IS t' H. tM fl #1 '-"S ®§fSgfilt§ OBSERVATIONS. (Continued from Page 6.) ing camps within a radius of from 8 to 20 miles. In fact this coun­I ty. Mahaska and Lucas are the center of the mining districts of Iowa and in most all of the camps there are col ored miners. Buxton has been very unfortunate in that some of her best arid finest buildings have been burned to the ground within the last few years. The large company store was completely burned a few years ago. The two hotels, one being built and owned by Anderson Perkins, the other owned by Reuben Gaines, a $10,000 structure, all modern, built of cement blocks. It was burned last year and at present hotel accommodations are very hard to find. We find that the colored peo ple now living here are prosperous, making good wages and many are saving their earnings. The present company store employs about thirty people, of which about five or six are colored. Miss Gussie Mardis has charge of the dry ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 December 1917

~jv4"" £Ute Capitol BIdg Hlsl*l I Boo»rp»r and read The I Bystander! XXIV No. ?8 TWENTY-FOURTH INFAN. U. 8^4,. Wb Three cheers for out glorious heroes of the 24th U. S. A. How noble to die fighting the southern "Hun" instead of the German one. How perfectly splendid for the south ern white to know that underneath the black skin flows a wealth of good red blood. How bravely they faced death on the scaffold to appease the southern despotism and autocracy, and the bourbons and demagogues sit ting in the national legislature by rea son of stolen vofes. The white man has two standards of justice, one for the white man and one for the black. He was swift to exact payment from our boys, but what about the mliitia men in East St. Louis, who after murdering poor helpless blacks who had done nothing but weara skin pigmented a different hue froini theirs, muredered and maim ed and tortured and threw little col ored babies into the fire and the mili tary general before whom the inquiry was held...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 December 1917

ipi ft XXIV No. 28 TRIBUTE TO OUR HEROES OP TWENTY-FOURTH INFAN- "Three cheers for out glorious heroes of the 24th U. S. A. How noble to die fighting the southern "Hun" instead of the German one. How perfectly splendid for the south ern white to know that underneath the black skin flows a wealth of good red Hood. How bravely they faced death on the scaffold to appease the southern despotism and autocracy, and the bourbons and demagogues sit ting in the national legislature by rea son of stolen votes. The white man has two standards of justice, one for the white man and one for the black. He was swift to exact payment from our boys, but what about the mliitia men in East St. Louis, who after murdering poor helpless blacks who had done nothing but wear a skin pigmented a different hue from theirs, muredered and maim ed and tortured and threw little col ored babies into the fire and the mili tary general before whom the inquiry was held said, "Oh, the boys probably be boys, you know." ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 December 1917

I 1 5 1 ,3 1 if f: fs: f? 4' iiillipta 'M If' SM mmmu09^twme ....„.„ Saf? I THE BYSTANDER N" BTSTiNDDPUBIJSHUfOCO-.PUBLISHER* ,v/:w DP MOPncs, IOWA 40HN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, DEC. 28. 1917 -*11 Published every Friday by the By stsnder Publishing Company, D«* Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnut 899. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year '1T? Six months *2? Aired •wnths •6U Entered at the postoffice aa sec ond class matter. Send money by postoffice order, money order, express or draft, to The bystander ComjMiny. All subscriptions payable in ad vance. Advertising rates for display aa* 25 cents per inch, for each insertion Three te six months' contracts, 15 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. For church *s and wcret societies whore admigsi is shsrged, one-half of tie abov.^mentioned rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 December 1917

CITY LOCALS |Mrs. James James is sick with pneu monia. 3mm affv .pr Mr. Charles Howard, first lieuten ant at Camp Dodgf, is extremely sick, jjyt a little better at this writing. !'Mrs. Clarence Henry of Troy, Kan., ft in the city visiting his brother, H. R. Henry, and family, 1516 Illinois street. Mrs. Jake Smith left Monday night for Chicago to spend Xmas with her sister, Mrs. Catherine. Don't forget to attend the Emanci pation meeting under the N. A. A. C. P. at St. Paul's A. M. E. church, cor ner of Second and Center streets, Tuesday, January 1. Rev. J. D. Jessell, who has been here for several months, left last week to visit his sister in Chicago. Capt. May, who has been so very scik at Camp Dodge hospital, is able to be out. FOR SALE. A new 5-room cottage at 1801 Al lison street. Reasonable terms at low price. Call or write C. H. King, 1801 Allison avjenue, Des Moines. The Des Moines society women will entertain the soldier boys at a card party New Year's afternoon from 2 to 5....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 December 1917

T- 1 •pspiste isiiltt8®t§i '^SSsiipsti' Phone Wal. 3521 MACON, MO., NEWS. (Last Week.) Mr. James Guy of Fort Dodge, Iowa, was called to the funeral of his sister, Mrs. James Williams. The funeral occurred Sunday, December 15, at the Vine Street and Broadway church. Mrs. Matilda Renfro of Salt Lake City, Utah, spent a few days, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. T. Ancell. Mr. Alfred Oliver of our city was quietly married to Miss Mabel Smith by Rev. S. Embree. We wish for Mr. and Mrs. Oliver much success. The death of Rev. J. Frank McDon ald of Kansas City, formerly of our City, formery of our city, was quite a shock to his many friends. The death of Mrs. B. Waker oc curred Sunday evening at her home on Missouri street. Arrangements have not been made for the funeral service. The chidren's program which was given Tuesday evening by Miss Lois Patrick for the benefit of the Vine Street and Broadway Baptist Sunday school, was quite a success. On Wednesday evening fo last week the Red Cross ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 December 1917

fy*vk' Vifl ,' I K** r»\ tn*&4 xHUmuV A* Thlfth Angulation firtcM Phone Wal. 3521 *V, MACON, MO., NEWS. (Last Week.) Mr. James Guy of Fort Dodge, Iowa, was called to the funeral of his sister, Mrs. James Williams. The funeral occurred Sunday, December 15, at the Vine Street and Broadway church. Mrs. Matilda Renfro of Salt Lake City, Utah, spent a few days, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. T. Ancell. Mr. Alfred Oliver of our city was quietly married to Miss Mabel Smith by Rev. S. Embree. We wish for Mr. and Mrs. Oliver much success. The death of Rev. J. Frank McDon ald of Kansas City, formerly of our City, formery of our city, was quite a shock to his many friends. The death of Mrs. B. Waker oc curred Sunday evening at her home on Missouri street. Arrangements have not been made for the funeral service. The chidren's program which was given Tuesday evening by Miss Lois Patrick for the benefit of the Vine Street and Broadway Baptist Sunday school, was quite a success. On Wednesday e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 January 1918

*tJL •p *1 .*/" i. A & & 5% Ji p4: j(t- MW*#?'. Pmy~ m4 The sie' XXIV No. 29 HON. H. PL CHEATHAM. picture at Horn. H. P. Use nest to the last coi-! XnESSflLLEKOTES. Modi w\w*.kk community. Ker. a 8«t. A. HW. Wtr.' still penlbs in wr Oaii is reported aerohssly iD, Mm tnex Jofcnsote is stiB trader Mr. day night. He professed a hope in Christ. are to use taken to Kdina, Mol, for mterraffrt- Mxs. Yalmm Jackson passed throogh to Ndboo, Mo., to re uno^^k. |iw«»w school ruand Mr. Ekri Bichaxds, after the holidays with ids wife, retarned Oskaftoosa, Iowa. Mbs Dorartthy Jones has given op her school wrack ha Macon and is tak ing private todtioaa in the city. Mrs. Ball Mr. and Mrs. Sher man TJ™» were at dum^r in the bonne of Mr. and Mts. WiHiam Mrs. West orado, Saturday. Mary her Proctor. B. G. AnderSQai deirreted two p. Lewis vene taken to the hospital (ftniBiiiK at the A. M. E.. Monday, ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. SL Ohrif and children spea* The Second Baptist dnnvh isjmO^^Xans in ...

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 January 1918

r?$. 1*.* IF & rs- v.. pf'K- imM* •I lit sift 9, SA 1 fe' if for & •.fc/jv r»* THE* BYSTANDER -, STSTAMDBB PUBUSRING CO., PUBLISHERS DBS MOINES, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, JAN. 4, 19i8 -1Published every Friday by the By f4.N stander Publishing Compmny, Dee Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul- TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION. fbne year »1®? flix months 11»«9 nonths Entered at the pogtofflce as amc end class matter. •, Send money by postoffico order money order, express or draft, to Tho bystander Company. AH subscriptions payable in ad vance. Advertising rates for display ads CS 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 church and secret societies where sdmissi is dkuged, one-half of the abov -mentioned rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are given on application...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 January 1918

1 Wlitr rtfa" 11 CITY LOCALS CAMP DODGE NOTES. Lieut. Chas. P. Howard, who has been so very sick at his home, is much better and able to be out. Capt. May, who has been in the hospital for several weeks, is conval escent. The soiree given New Year's night by the officers of the 366th infantry at their club rooms on Ninth and Mulberry streets was quite a success. Those who gave their names to Master Nelson Thompson at Camp Dodge on Christmas day were: Sam Burns, Co. I Gim Nuts, engineer Bishop Swiney, Co. F, and John Wood ard, Co. G. Several of the companies gave a reception and dance at Camp Dodge on New Year's day and many of the Des Moines people were present. Lieutenant Marshall Meadows will be married to Miss Eva M. Franklin on January 7th. They will be at home at 840 W. Thirteenth street after January 15th. Miss Adah Hyde, who spent th€ holidays with her parents, left last Saturday to resume her duties as teacher in the schools at Institute, Va. Rev. H. McCraven will preach Sun...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 January 1918

«fV T" '-Vija ilS^^i fe At The 1512 Atlantic Avenue M? CALLS MAGAZINE a W N a 5 0 a JvSfn '-9 1." "","30 wr-nen who turn to Ji.CA -L'S every month fjr correct f«»h- •fin, fur patterns, fur economical buying, -f. f'ricy needlework, for good •toricft—for 1'itoi.bure, h^lp, for. style. l-Ic CALL Patterns fit. •ini—jm i«—wrm-rim \1S CALLS •'•V: '-(V" mm 111^7^ -f-' ^V*' ""'M 7.«?•'.V- Mack Ifcn This IwrMMtrVWwth Kim ol ^What's in a name?"—EVERYTHING! "Itl wound* mag be cured but not ill name*" "A iamout nam* will never dim" "Nothing tucceedt liktt tuccew" For over eighty years, Palmer "Skin Success Ointment has made a great name for itself, as a cure for most forms of skin troubles. It is the Original Skin-Brightener. WARNING! Our Trade-Mark "Skin Success" is being used by others, evidently to deceive our friends. Let them BEWARE we shall prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law. Look for our name and address on every pack age of Palmer's "Skin Success" Ointment and Soap. Morgan ...

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 January 1918

1 Mi i1 •i&V wiufMl A tinitl I The & .v.,v" "/II uxmiufa may be cured but not ill names" "A famous name will neoer die" "Nothing succeeds like success" MAGAZINE fia-shio /{ul'iorHj & UcArlj 50 Year*! Join .•'•a l.vyoo wpnen who turn to I^'.CA -t»'S every mouUi fjr correct fath itji*, fur paiterhs, for economical buying, 'm f'ncjr noedljswork, for cood »toriea—for b&u*ure, l. htlp, for. style. f: l.IcCALL Patterns fit. immmm \1£ CALL'S Or *. a Copy lis.1* ratn SEND A POSTAL CAKD AMD ASK FOR *10.00 PIN. GUTS rlv.n SUtPtM COPT of M«0AtX*S: cr ,UQMll!T Offer to Wftmrn: or Lilt of wiliiottt cost:' or BICYCLB Offer to Boya a'1 I' OIrt* or lateit PATTERN CATA. (,'alk Offer to AGENTS cr r.'aah Jo Boys a'd CATAWODK rr l.|~ OlTor t»* AGENTS tr fiiW.o#lVlM oa«r to ,£» tuiUBoa. Add(Wg xnkaaa^mr»ueat 3mstMt,iiwT«k. R.T. Difficult Achievement. "My young friends," said a member the board of trustee*, who was ad dressing the school, "let me urge upon you the necessity of not only re...

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