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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 January 1918

wv.r W'. «tV*M(. W. 5&? 1 Jr I Boost Pay and read The Bystander 7 TO CHARLES YOUNG, COLONEL U. S. ARMY. By William Nauns Ricks. Los Angeles California. Could I portray in words of grace, The service you have done your race Could I but half such service do Then I might pen a song to you. If I could cheer my spirit when, Like you, I was despised of men If through all changes I could hold A faith like yours, so clear, so bold. If under pressure I could see Like you the path to Liberty If I could hold my trust secure, And laugh and suffer and endure The petty scorn, the daily slight,, And keep my feet in paths of right Could calmly hold my hard won place And bring a glory to my race— A glory whose unclouded sheen Before the world stands big and clean Then I could feel my song was true, If I should pen a song to you. S Compliments of Frank P. Henry, ®c- Oakland, Cal. iTiiiV- i'' "V'ij* ii"T'"I eV At •«,- "A MESSAGE.' As the old year has passed away, aix0 another year enters, this vis...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 January 1918

& i, K» Pr' I&H-: 4/ 1 tf. W- Tf: Htk% fe I A *.y I *5 ijhti-X Boost Pay and read The Bystander TO CHARLES YOUNG, COLONEL U. S. ARMY. By William Nauns Ricks. Los Angeles California. Could I portray in words of grace, The service you have done your race •Could I but half such service do Then I might pen a song to you. If I could cheer my spirit when, Like you, I was despised of men If through all changes I could hold A faith like yours, so clear, so bold. If under pressure I could see Like you the path to Liberty If I could hold my trust secure, And laugh and suffer and endure The petty scorn, the daily slight,, And keep my feet in paths of right 3ould calmly hold my hard won place And bring a glory to my race— A glory whose unclouded sheen Before the world stands big and clean •J Then I could feel my song was true, Wi & I should pen a song to you. Compliments of Frank P. Henry, Oakland, Cal. gfoT ..-.I-. "A MESSAGE." m&L As the old year has passed away, 4^aw4 Another...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 January 1918

..*j j,:-.-. ... V- s- ,, 0h I'B JN t*' a tr #.1.. "fAi THE BYSTANDER BYBTANDSM PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS DES MOINES, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, JAN. 11. 1918 FH Published every Friday by the By itander Publishing Company, Dea 1', Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnut 899. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ^•'One year $1.50 Six months 75 llnrw Months 50 Entered at the postoffice aa sec end class matter. Send money by postoffice order money order, express or draft, to The "Bystander Company. All subscriptions payable in ad vance. Advertising rates for display ad*. 'SB cents per inch, for each insertion. Three te six months' contracts, 16 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. For church *e and eecret societies Where admissi is eharged, one-half of the abov. ~memtioned rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are given o...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 January 1918

£s?^ tm |aj JMSW/ ,. "r J** 4' I' SfV' 1 v) CITY LOCALS Barber Wanted.—At once. Good wages. 509 Mulberry street. L. J. Shelton. CORINTHIAN BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES. G. W. Robinson, Pastor. In spite of the snow two large con gregations greeted Pastor Robinson on Sunday. The sermon Sunday morn ing was full of inspiration on the subject "Prepare the Way For the Lord."- The Lord's Supper was ad ministered at the evening service. The choir will gfae a musical con cert at Camp Dodge on Sunday at 2 p. m. It will leave the church in a body for the camp. During the past week the following members did not forget the pastor's house: Sisters Mary Woods, Scott and Jeffries. All the ladies of the church are asked to meet the Corinthian Aid cir cle and the Mission circle every Fri day afternoon. These departments are doing great work at present. Mrs. Helton, president of the Aid Mrs. Stanton, president of the circle. Two boards were organized in the church by the pastor Sunday, the deaconess board and...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 January 1918

I 13 *5 1 |-J I 'i I' ll 'i r* 1 If S »s -s- a I 1 •. r,v V, •t- .iiUi- FREE-REAL -i I MADE LIME M? I For Nearly 50 Years/ Join tve 1 .COO rata ,000 women who turn to McCALL'S every month for correct fash ions, for patterns, for economical buying, for fancy needlework, for good «torie3—for pleasure, for help, for style. McCAlX Pattern* fit. M9CALUS •pr SB® A vf .f "i 75c a Year POSTAL CAM AMD ASK FC» •AOTte COPT of McCAU/8 or 10.00 PIK liOK EY Oner to Womrn orLtit of GlfTSrivi a wlthoat cost: or BICYCLE Offer to Poy* a Olrls: or latest PATTERN CATAIOGVE: or T.z Cash Offer to AG.E3TS or ftlM.00 Prize Otier to «VBCU- Address HENeCALL CO.. 236-23) Wot 374 Stmt fcwT«V N. Y. MONMOUTH, ILL. (Last Week.) Mrs. Nancy Ragling of Fort Dodge, Iowa, is visiting here with her father, Mr. Simms, who is quite poorly, also her sister-in-law, Mrs. Etta Simms, ^ho has been quite ill, bu tnow is much improved. Ray Early returned to Camp Dodge, after a few days' visit with his IL OCT rot* that apple rov...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 January 1918

•fit vi in M? FREE-REAL 5JS2 HUMAN £& CEORd V.9 MAGAZINE a Authority N a 5 0 a Join t^e 1,300,000 women who turn to McCALL'S every month for correct fash ions, for pattern*, for economical buying, for fancy needlework, for good stories—for pleasure, for help, for style. McCALL Patterns fit. M9 CALL'S ___ti_ jewel Comb lOe with two Hair Nets Proa. Writ# toMUtVencioiioa order ior SOe earnb or BOa eamh and get Heir Nets free alto BOOK fully Illustrated showing latest styles In Heir «m» end Telle! articles" Remember, Hair Nets rMB with order for SO* or SOe Cetafc. Illustrated Book W "OLD SIGNS DO NOT DECEIVE" Watch out for the*e three. PALMER'S HAIR SUCCESS' Dressing 1 They stand for Merit and Reputation. This Ointment successfully used for eighty years, in thousands of cases of skin troubles. The Only ORIGINAL Complexion Brightener. At all druggists, or sent by mail upon receipt of price, 25^ each. Made Only By 1512 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Beware of Substitutes and Imitation...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 January 1918

•iij -*#£i Boost Pay and read The ft Bystander ing, •x^L *yf\ r... 4 •ftr*. Thou doth sleepeth in the sod. O.* ~'$, Whilst thou sleepeth in the sod, will pray a prayer to God, 4„ 5 !*up r*3v II? v* A "V i\ S |And the Heavenly angels singing. IPeace, and all good tidings bringing, ,|Thou doth sleepeth in the sod. .v A special Christmas blessing send: ^•Pe»ee on earth, unto the end," —Jonnie Johnson Shaw. 5- 1 Whilst thou sleep and restful sleeping, "*1 am kept by God's owm keeping And his blessings, I am reaping, Whilst thou sleepeth in the sod. Whilst the battlefields are strewn With the-bodies man hath mown, -In my dreams I hear them moan, Thou doth sleepeth in the sod. |Whilst the world is, full of love, -'Yet man, not God, doth wilj it'so "v To hear of peace, I know not where to ',i?l &> Sim WVt^S$f%' *1 "IN memoir.** Gibbs Lamar Johnson died January 3,1916. "Thou doth sleepeth in the sod." Whilst theChristmas bells Were ring- GALESBURG, ILL. (Last Week.) A large number at...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 January 1918

& •:$$$• !Thou .••'%# fesa w' f^for (f v: Boost Pay and read The Bystander "IN MEMOIR." Gibbs Lamar Johnson died January 9,1916. "Thou doth sleepeth in the sod." Whilst the Christmas hells were ring '•i—,4s''' ,• »ng, c- .* And the Heavenly angels singing, Peace, and all good tidings bringing, dpth sleepeth in the sod. rtx J" /. "V-.- |Whilst thou sleep and restful sleeping, |I am kept by God's own keeping jwlAnd his blessings, I am reaping, sg^SfWhilst thou sleepeth in the sod. IfiyiWhilet the battlefields are strewn jJNftth the-bodies man hath mown, •|&p||pn my dreams I'hear them moan, IfeiThou doth sleepeth in the sod. |fw ,?V ^Whilst tlie world_is,_full of love, pfipiYet man, not G^, doth will it so ... ljt|g§|To hear of peace, I know not where to ISEll go, do^h-sleepeth in the sod. ^^pWhllet thou sleepeth in the sod, Pfv™1 will pray'a prayer to God, A special Christmas blessing send: *"Peaee~on earth, unto the end."' V* & —Jonnie Johnson Shaw.' GALESBURG, ILL.. (Las...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 January 1918

4 THE BYSTANDER •TtTANOW PTJBLI8HTKQ CO., PUBLI8BHU DBS MOINES, IOWA mmi i—JL— JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, JAN. 18. 1918 Published •very Friday by the By tender PubHihing Company, Dm Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnut 899. TERMS OK 8USSCRIPTION. One year fl.60 tlx months TLem Months —..— -M Entered at the poatofHce as sec end class matter. Send money by postoffico order money order, express or draft, to The Rystauder Company. All subscriptions payable in ad vance. Advertising rates fer display ads 28 cents per inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 15 cent* per inch. Local adverfiaing 10 conts per line for each insertion, count: ng seven words to a line. For church and secret societies where admissi is efcarged, one-half of the abow -mentioned rates. For pro* fe*«ional( legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are given on application. All ad vertising is to be paid in advance. We a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 January 1918

cmr !•*. 4 lr,» 1 -V & 1 -t ^5 %fs fl LOCALS Barber Wanted.—At once. Good wages! .v 509 Mulberry street. L. J. Shettodl" 'v:rC'^ CORINTHIAN BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES.-,- G. W. kobmson, Pastor. .. Services were Veil attended and ^Very good on last Sunday. Three Were admitted to the fellowship of the church. Some of the members are sick and the members are asked to visit them. Mrs. I. A. Shelton, Iowa Congregation hospital, Fourteenth and Clark street. Mr. Crowley, Highland Park Miss -Sara Janies, Highland Park. The pastor will speak Sunday morn ing from the Subject, "Out For a Pur pose." Mrs. Bertha Terry will sing. At the close of the services the men will go out two by two to visit every home in the city as far as possible. The members are asked to be at home to receive them. The ushers had a most delightful meeting last Monday night at the res idence of the chairman, W. W. White. i'ir The Corinthian Baptist Brotherhood "was organized last Sunday with more than forty men. Mr. J. H.^...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 January 1918

fe. H2''' IT* ff If I*'-.. fc fli FA 1512 It'u ''m l." VOO J* t'l*1+ '-i J"'- *pd edvlee bl« ol reurreq«*L "in M9CALES (It* V/ V. WOTCI who turn to S!cC.(, .i-'3 uvery moudi lor correct fash lor patterns, lor economical buyirjc, .r fvj~jr needlework, for eood stories—tar help, fur style. lcCAI-L Patterns fit. umiijjii. j_Kae-" M9 CAIJJSj vr Mv" a Jpjf 1 /5c A Year -?H~1 sno A POSTAL CARD AND ASS FCn OAKPUB COPY tt MnCAIX'S er tlO.CO PIN' uxOMkY 0Bur to Vntnt-n or List ot Glt'Tti civ. r. JShout coit: or HIOYCTJB Offer to rsoj*» •t :n»: or latent PATTTCK CATAI^OOIU* 1 .»»ll O'frr AG1.N13 tr I'ii*e OLcr to I jou* oaoaoit S2H«m CO, :30-::.0 C?iS £s»aN«»Y«V,N.Y. I t!"iI'M f».w ,« Is#** MYSTIC, IOWA. (Special to Bystander.) Mrs. Nannie Marshall of Kansas City, Mo., stopped over Sunday, night on her way to Keokak, Iowa, to Iter brother, Frank Fields, who is ser iously illi Mrs. Maud Miller was called to Des Moines on Friday to attend her fath er's funeral, who was killed in the ?|/*«nines....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 January 1918

v' & l-,'V 'r 1 •. lMT. v, I .•f." I &0M *•&*% 'i Av^iV^ SL and read Tha Bystander rM KIRKSVILLE ITEMS. lluch sickness still prevails. Mr. W. W. Hoskins is convalescent. Mrs. Befctie Mae Kipper of Paris, Mb.,.isin th*,t$k? tocare fcjr Mrs. C. & Johnson, who continues ill. Mrs. Graves is still very ill. Mr. Smith Hurrel of Ottumwa, .' Iowa, is in the city. Rev. B. C. Anderson preached to interested congregations Sunday. No fervices weer held at the Sec ond Baptist church. Miss L. Edmonds and Mrs. C. Ball were called Wednesday to Jackson ville, Mo., to attend the funeral of the tatter's sister, Mrs. Maria Washing item,.. The "True American" Red Cross .auxiliary, under the leadership of Mr*. Lulu Baker, is doing splendid work. A debate add* entertainment is to be held at the A. M. E. church Thurs day night.. Mrs. MargaretProctor visited home folks. i*. Mr. DWrflHfcKiwriiey wasa visitor ia the city Sunday. Mr. Charles Jackson and Mrs. Sal Berry are on the sick list with ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 January 1918

•M I it- lS li'l |RT \k u: *tf 1:1 rage. THE BYSTANDER •VatAMOni rUBUSHIMO CO., POBLISHCBf DBS MOINES, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, JAN. 25. 1918 fERMS OK 8UB8CBIPTION. One year fl.50 Six jasnths amtki Cntered at the class matter. Send money by postofflee order ney order, express or draft, to Tb« Rystander Company. All subscriptions payable in ad* ranee. .. Advertising rates for display ads 45 cents per inch, for each insertion. Three te six. months' contracts, 15 eents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, coon ting seven words to a line. Foi church -s and —erst. societies whars sdmissi is Charged, one-half of &e abov -mentioned rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement eards, 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 reasonable pri"P" A!) of oar work is guaranteed. Offci*1 nf the M. W. U. Grand rt" *»f Iowa, A. F. A A. NL, and .ucern...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 January 1918

1^*" !»li i* fit 1 CITY LOCALS John A Spencer of Grinnell spent last Saturday in our city. Barber Wanted.—At once. Good wages. 50$ Mulberry street. L» J. Shelton. I'.'1 J,'-', 1 I llrl S. Hudson, one of our success ful busniess men of Fort Dodge, spent Thursday in our city. Mr. Oscar Glass, one of our suc cessful .business men, is very sick at his home with pneumonia. Mrs. Wm. Jones is sick and has been taken to the hospital to undergo another operation. Mr. Geo. Shaw of Colfax, Iowa, was in the city. .Wednesday evening on business. Mrs. Herrold and Mrs. Caruth ar rived in our city last week to visit, the guests of Mts. Winn at 776 West Eleventh street. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson, 1519 Illinois street, a five pound girl, born January 19th. Mother and baby doing nicely. Mrs. Chas. Winn, 776 West Elev enth street, gave a dinner in honor of Mesdames Herrold and Caruth of Danville* MH1. Mr. C. ,G. Brooks, one of our well known ail4 highly respected citizens, was drawn on the grand...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 January 1918

f'! $ 3, CiMw ftle Facts "A MAGAZINE a Authority 1J early 50 YearsI •ftln K'VVflO women who turn to -«/S 'every moutit for cornet (aah« », iur paiumi*, for economical buyirjr, fancy nced'twork, for t«sd atcries—for c.iutc, for help, for lljrlr !.IcCALL Patterns At. ALLS '/ill•*•' *Kv*wi. IMriimeiit,- TresSing "^SSP' They stand for Merit and Reputation* This Ointment successfully used for eighty year* in thousands of cases of skin troubles. The Oaly ORIGINAL Complexion Brighten** At all druggists, or seat by mail upon receipt of price, 25^ each* 7y Made Only By a Year r»m r£tn A rosru ass am ASS FOA BASipta oorr of KnOAtx*3: «r tjo.oa riN UO.MJY Offur to VnWMi or Lilt of GlfcTS riv. V—boot rest: or BtCYCTJ? Offer to Hoy* 0:rls: or latert PATTTIR^ r*TAl«fTT ,-r ,T "-S OTT»r AOEaTd if fwM.Ki OU«r to CJUBCJ. AMNAA tasifcoaco., r33.ro w£«»374SM.ruvY.it, nr. Unified Varied Writing Form*. When Charles the Great became Mdnarch of central Europe, among other great Ideals lie set himself to t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 January 1918

i~' rl ''•..•i/ nP!'' l(r Ccbrkss tr hk Fans fMC.CALES MAGAZINE Fashion Authority ur lf r-?tt £CN They stand for Merit and Reputation. Thla Ointment successfully used for eighty years/ in thoiiaand*. of cases of skin troubles. The Only ORIGINAL Complexion Brighten*. At all druggists, or seat by mail open receipt of price, 25^ each. O^y'V. Ma4« Oaljr By ilSlfAllntie Avf^ Brooklyn, N. Y. Beware of' Substitutes and Imitations. They may be dangerous. Look for the Melon-Colored packages and our Trade Marks. carly SO Year*/ rlt» I.-OV-O® wo-nes who turn to irv wA -*/S every mouth lor correct faah lor paituru*, for economical buying, frntry tieed'cworfc, for good atari®#—lot .. c.luic, for help, for style. McCAlX PttUmi At. /JC a Year A POSTAL CAKO AM ASK FOR I RAMPT,3 corr of WcCALL'S: or t?0.09 PIN iiOMJV Offer to Vnnwn or Lt«t of OlVl'3 *lv. t.ulwit coot: or IHCVCfJ? Offer to Hoy# (J.rln: or Intvit PATTT'.K'f rATAtWTTU rr 1 ifcb OiT'-r AU£Td ».r IwU.ul Clur to your CJUBCJ. A(Mhhm mikCW....

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

vj I K- r| fv I »1 \il S St -flgg n. «|ate Capitol BliJts -*r v.. Vf W XXIV No. 33 t+ ,-f A WORD TO COLORED WOMEN AND CLUBS. I have been appointed by the state president of the Iowa Federation of ,| Colored Women's Clubs to make a sta tistical report of the part taken by ithe colored people of the state in ^helping carry on the war. In order "ijthat the report be as accurate as pos sible and that no contributor to the war fund be overlooked, notices are being published in city and town "newspapers throughout the state also notiqe3 will be read from the pulpits of ail colored churches in the state on January 27, 1918. We want the names of all colored people who have: 1. Purchased Liberty bonds. Num ber purchased. 2. Names of Red Cross members who have paid $1.00 membership fee. ~3. Names of families 100 per cent efficient. 4. Red Cross stamps sold money or material given for Red Cross work knitting done, number and name of articles. No amount too small for this re port. If you are a ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 February 1918

mrTjr r*-^ i» •i .-ofrtK si! i. & *l jf'1* #V ''^MMW WnV-'t&n, •£'. .rt. .'.V v': '.» 7 /"'V '.^ Boost Pmy and read The Bystander •it? XXIV No. 33 WORD TO COLORED WOMEN AND CLUBS. I have been appointed by the state president of the Iowa Federation of Colored Women's Clubs to make a sta tistical report of the part taken by S-the colored people of the state in helping carry on. the war. In order that the report be as accurate as pos sible and that no contributor to the. war fund be overlooked, notices are being published in city and town newspapers throughout the state also notices will be read from the pulpits of ail colored churches in the state on January 27, 1918. |iy We want the names of all colored people who have: 1. Purchased Liberty bonds. Num ber purchased. |5 2. Names of Red Cross members who have paid $1.00 membership fee. 3. Names of families 100 per cent efficient. 4. Red Cross stamps sold money or material given for Red Cross work knitting done, number and name ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 February 1918

1 l-f f' 'it* 2 '4 fl SJ 1 II, THE BYSTANDER IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, BHTOK FRIDAY. FEB. 1. WIS Published av«y Pr**r atwte PnwOi Mofeaa, Im. koflfiag, ear inm or 8Z or dnfL ta The Local fix* tar each to Urn. f*-*-* •Le sfcew.-ewtieeed mtM. For j*»» legal and •iiimmraw—tt Aril, yearly entndi, etc-, taras gNi an wpfdieatioB. AS ad —tirfng ii to fat paid in advance. We aim jaegaiad to da first 5aa» Ja* wwk at ii»arwhlr prire*- AH ugaaraoteed. W- V. Grand A.F.AA.N,^ Grand Jericho af Baptaa -feWe arffl not retain rejected aeriptr uaJessaeecnnjaniad by ageatanpa. most tie written onda «f tsbepaper tmfy and ha of istacaat to the public. "Brav ttjr is the mo! of wit," remember. The Iowa State Bystander Is th« eldest Afro-American journal yab fcbed iw Iowa. It was established in 1894, and is read by nearly aB the colored people of Iowa. We have correspondents in the following towns: Aibia Mies Stay Darts L. NeaimettUk lILJffirs. Berafce CUrtoa— A. A. Maia, M©~ L*y Harris St. Paul. Minn. .....M...

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

s\ 1 l~T V. CT- S.r .•tin-: & v«!: r*.. CITY LOCALS i»V Barber Wanted.—At once, wages. 509 Mulberry street. SheltonJ •a-vi- f'-i «P $ Mrs. LUlie Burrell has completed course in Madame Walker*? hair \i college and is ready for work. -The Mary B. Talbert club will meet •?J Tuesday* February 6th, with Mrs. Oosley at 922 W. 12th street. .^r Miss .Victoria Mcfionald of Rich mood* Mo., was called to the sick bed side of her mother last week, Mrs. Mollie Braden. £V Si—' --V entering West Des Moines 4 High school this week are Miss Doro thea Hughes and Miss Na talie Frank lin. JMr. Russell Jackson, one of our fine young -matt} who is ^a senior in the West High school, fell and injured his hip last week and has been confined to his bedever since S .. t4 The doors of the Park Street Y. M. "Y C. A. have been opened to the Officers' +Wives association. Beginning with Friday, February 1, aU meetings will be held there, unless previously nbti- Hxa. Mollie Braden of St. Joseph, Mp., who has be...

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