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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 February 1918

ill-. iS S S S S S S S S rVur mm "What's *«nw« For over Soap. SHjKt''" -V MAGAZINE i' as hi on Authority Nearly 50 A Years! S. is J."5V.OO womori who turn to -i.'S every moiith for correct fash /*, lar patterns, for cconcmica! bnvj: y. f'jncy needlawoik, for food «tcri-j—C.* l-.uoare, far help, for atyio. UcCALL Patterns lit. MvCALL'S Vv** trf"* w-S nrtMMiiACiBJ,Aa«Wi*m jr»-F uuuwu. V- '& Hi •i?C rum SEND A POSTAL CAKO AND ASS IDS i.irift: or latvns WTTIJIN CTATALOOT?! OR 1 !A *'cr •*4a,w *rli* °t4er I NZBCGUM, R3S-~O WAJ SMSTW«TIHI»R«.I, KY. "tW About Constipation. '*'1 Certain articles of diet tend to check movements of the bowels. The most common of these are cheese, tea and boiled milk.' On the other hand raw fruits, especially apples and ba nanas, also graham bread and whole wheat bread promote a movement of the bowels. When the bowels are bad ly constipated, however, the sure way is to take one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets immediately after supper. sy j' W jRFS CAM Vt0 ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 February 1918

Mv I »J W/ V5t 4 4*i FRE&-REAL 218 HUMANE Jlie Morgan 1512 Atlantic Avmv« S/SS///////S///'/////// MAGAZINE a It A it N a 5 0 a J,"T',',00 woman who turn to .I/S uvory moiUh for corrwc1 fash (or patterns, for cconcmlcnl bf»ir^. Mney needUiwoik, for good stcrii.u—f-. Jte, fur help, for style. •. ,LJcCALL» Pattoma fit. 1 I M9 CALL'S rO /-c Yccr SEND A POSTAL CASO AMD ASK F0.7 PA.MPLB COPY of KnOAIX'B or »10.00 PJ\ hUHKY. Offer to Vonifii or it hunt List of eott: or Oltl'S Rlvi BTOYO ,K Otter to Puys OirU: or latent PATT1.KN rATAtOOW^: r- !s nh OITnr ti AGJiXX'X if $J0.b3 OUer to jrosr council. Aiire«a rscscCAU, Co.. r3s-::o v/=« sm stnit, RcwTmi,k. y. (HX About Constipation. \4 Certain articles of diet tend to check movements of the bowels. The most common of these are cheese, tea and boiled milk. On the other hand raw fruits, especially apples and ba nanas, also graham bread and whole wheat bread promote a movement of the bowels. When the bowels are bad ly constipated, however, th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 February 1918

ftp** -»W mm ',»f .• Capitol BM« HUljjloi Rw "•v Boost Pay and read The ?#v Bystander I Stand in thy place and testify To coming ages long, That truth is stronger than a lie, sra? XXIV No. 34 THE EMANCIPATION GROUP. I John Greenleaf Whittier. Amidst thy sacred effigies Of old renown give place, O, city Freedom-loved! to his Whose hand unchained a race. Take thy: worm frame that rested not Save in a martyr's grave— The care-lined face, that none forgot, ...j- Bent to.the kneeling slave. Let man be free! The mighty word He spoke "Was not his own— An impulse from the highest stirred ...... These chiseled lips alone. .• The cloudy sign, the fiery guide, Along his pathway ran, And nature, through his voice, denied -The ownership of man. We rest in peaco where these sad eyes Saw peril,'strife and pain He was the nation's sacrifice, And ours the priceless gain. O symbol of. God's will on earth, As it is done above, Bear witness to the cost and worth *V. Of justice and of love. And righteou...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 February 1918

guto C»pttoi Bia« nut *i« i" APJ0A$»8*\n and read The Bystander THE EMANCIPATION GROUP. John Greenleaf Whittier. Amidst thy sacred effigies Of old renown give place, 50, city Freedom-loved! to his Whose hand unchained a race. ?Take thy-worm frame that rested not Save in a martyr's grave— -The care-lined face, that none forgot, Bent to. the kneeling slave. J~ Let man be free! The mighty word He spoke Was not his own— An impulse from the highest stirred These chiseled lips alone. The cloudy sign, the fiery guide, Along his pathway ran, And nature, through his voice, denied "The ownership of man. We rest in peacc where these sad eyes Saw peril,"strife and pain He was the nation's sacrifice, And ours the priceless gain. O symbol of God's will on earth, As it is done above, Bear witness to the cost and worth Of justice and of love. Stand in thy place and testify To coming ages long, That truth is stronger than a lie, And righteousness than a wrong. ROCK ISLAND NEWS. O. Golden of this cit...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 February 1918

f$£1K' fsa & 'lt§J V|1 Br') 1 IT- IS 't "Sff-rf- 1% it THE BYSTANDER eTOTAMDl*m»U8HWOCO..FCBLISHBM DES MOINKS, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, FEB. 8. 1918 Published every Friday by the stander Jpu^liihiof Company) Des Moire*, Iowa. Office in Cfaamiea' building, corner Seventh and Mul berry atrests. Phone, alnut 899. I TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION. One year «4J .75 Cntend at the Md f**— matt*. Send noB«r by poatoilee Moey order, tfpress or draft, to Tbo bystander Company. All subscriptions payable in ad- Advertising rate* for difltfajrada cents per inch, for each taaiitinn Three to six months' cuuUraeta, 15 t-.— per inch. Local adverting 10 eents per line for each insertion, count? ig iern words to a toe. church 4 and aecret aocietiea where idniiti ia dhaiged, one-half &• abov. -mentioned rate#. For pro* fessional, legal and announcement eards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are given on-application. All ad* vwrtising is to be paid in advance. We are prepared to do first clas*...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 February 1918

I 1 & cm LOCALS Barber Wanted.—At once. Good wages. 509 Mulberry street. L. J. Shelton.! CORINTHIAN BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES. Rev. G. W. Robinson, Pastor. Rev. G. W. Robinson was called to Cedar Rapids on important business for the Northern Baptist Convention I this week. He returned Wednesday. The pastor will speak Sunday morn in# from the subject, "Salvation By I Work." Be in your seat at 10:45 a. m. Every department- of the church is alive and at work. We are looking I for the greatest of church years. The Sunday school is one of tne [best in the northwest. The B. Y. P. U. will inspire any one at any time. I The people have a mind to work. The Ushers club will give a box en tertainment at the residence of Bro. J. H. Spriggs, 1060 W. Fourteenth I street, February 21. Qur choir js rated in. Class A, not I only in Des Moines, but in the north west. Now if you do not believe it, come out on Sunday at either service and be convinced. -4- I ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH NEWS. The executive ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 February 1918

H*? FT®"" ®i 11 aU* •$*!* JiW. ,A*N'UJti,iOOJ,a V»a»ltf*ug uoixajdaioQ "I deos« wiawivw «HAI3D3(I ION M? MAGAZINE a Authority or Nearly 50 Yearsf .V.ln tve 1,CO?,000 women who turn to M'-CA-L'S ovory month for correct fash 1 JUS, tor pattern*, for economical buying, 'i fancy needlework, for good stories—for tilquuuro, for help, for style. lJcCALL Patterns fit. M9CALCS Tablets immediately after supper. 75c &m.^ BHH ££ND A. POSTAL. CAJU) AND ASK PCS 8AMPTJ5 COPT of MeOALI/S or «10.00 PJV hiUA KY Offer to VVnmi B: rr Jjldt of GIFTS *lv, ylthout cost: or IUCVOMS Offer to Hoy* o otrls: or Litest PATTEIIN OATALOfiUii I ish Iffpr AGJUiTS or $JuO.(M Otter your CUU&CU. A (Mrc?s HIE BcCALL CO., 23S-ZEI) Rat 376 Street, K*w Ywk, H. V. About Constipation. Certain articles of diet tend to check movements of the bowels. The most common of these are cheese, tea ^«nd boiled milk. On the other hand raw fruits, especially apples and ba nanas, also graham bread and whole wheat bread promote 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. — 15 February 1918

eased last! I did I papen Uw edht dnp cx sad i-: •A .: "V'**' VW i** fr' 1.. Boost Pajf" and read The Bystander SK I XXIV No. 35 A DREAM. dreamt the world was made anew, The atmosphere was freih as dew, The skies, put fojrth a richer hue, The seas were patinted a deeper blue. The song of the birds was cheerful encl 'gay, From house top to branches they play fully hopped, As though they came most willingly to stay, And they were most gorgeously frocked. The days were long, cheerful and bright, No thought of the morrow veiled the mind The burden of .existence seemed again as light, A peaceful day was no task to find. Me nswore off fighting for things un seen, But used their talents for greater needs, Saw clogged in their own eyes the bean, And reaped great blessings from all good deeds. All nations were at peace with their kin The sword and gun were laid aside, And resolved never more to begin The strife of war and supremacy de fied. But alas! .1 awoke from my dreaming ..state Of perf...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 February 1918

f'fr bf fate fcn tVt i1* 4 THE BYSTANDER •rtfiimM fPMJIMBIOOO DBS HOWES, IOWA a —'h |OSN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, FEB. 15. 1918 'published wiT Friday by the Br ,, rtnnder PuiAiahing Company, Dm 1 Moinee, I««- O®** tmUdinr. Seventh or r-f Adverting We are prepared to do first clas» Job wo!% at reSsoixable price*- All #W oar wk is guaranteed. if the M. W. U. Grand of Iowa, A. F. 4 A. ML, and international Grand Cencress of -^Heroines of Jericho ef Ajnerica, and Western Baptist Assedation. JSkmx City— Mrs. M. Askew J^Clarinda -Mrs. G. N. Nowling Vf| ThiR notice applies to all writers f'fi'/Btrilnitm, agents and correspond Clients. Sign all articles, write onlj S'Sf«©on one side of paper, write a plair rfjlisna MM spell accurately. Oo noi ^tffaend In names of persons t\i 'iTievent. Do not give an ealofy oi write your personal comment upov ''^lasses, all societies, all religious de tlie event. Simply tell tbo news o» «vent in a brief, simple manner *w sfeiet the readers of The Bystand...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 February 1918

^2 I I' "t ]i? I l»v lit i#r IJV ife- CITY LOCALS Barber Wanted.—At once. Good wages. 509 Mulberry street. L. J. Shelton. •••. CORINTHIAN BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES. */'/. G. W. Robinson, Pastor. Sunday was a great day at Corin thian. Two very large congregations greeted the pjstor both morning and evening. There were six additions and' (Collection from all sources amwmfe* fc 9262.30. The pastor will speak Sunday morn ing from the Subject, "A Modern Question." At the evening hour Lieut. Allen O. Newman, chaplain of the 366th infantry, will preach. The ushers will give a box enter tainment at the residence of Mrs. J. H. Spriggs on February 21, at 1060 Fourteenth street. The Heralds will give a peanut so cial, at the residence of Mrs. Jack son on Tenth street, next door to Con gregational church, on February 22. ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH NEWS. The second quarterly meeting of the conference year will be held on Sunday at this church. P. E. Ferri bee will preach ~xr) a. m. Rev. H. E. King, pas...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 February 1918

-. fsf }M| Rrtfeg .: £|$&r 1 ftlito Me Faces 6. rM' aM si •ysEM MP GALES MAGAZINE a Authority Nearly 50 \.'or "0l„ l.TD.COO women who turn to ut CA:.I/8 every month for correct fat': rlimt, (or patterns, for economical bu»-ir ?vjr fnncy needlework, for good sioricu— 'V'fiuj.uro, fr h'.'lp, for style. McCALJfc Patterns fit. M9 CALL'S CTiti SEND A POSTAL CA&D AMD ASK FOB HAVPUB COPT of VcOALLV or flO.OO PIN' UONST Offer to Women: or List of GIFTS Rivix without cost op BIOYCUS oirto: or Offer yew CUUBOU. to Boys O'kI kwi pattehx cataixkjue itu« Cash OlTnr ti AOJSNZ3 or Prise Otter to A(Wwm micOLL C9.. 236-2Z0 VcU 37* Stmt,!hwY«t. B.Y. gig About Constipation. Certain articles of diet tend to check movements of the bowels. The most common of these are cheese, tea find bpiled milk. On the other hand raw fruits, especially apples and ba nanas, also graham bread and whole wheat bread promote a movement of the bowels. When the bowels are bad ly constipated, however, the sure way is t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 February 1918

SJSLJJL^' ft i*« ,** Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIV" No. 36 I' "WITH THE COLORS." .Series No. 1.' By Gus Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son's Diary. 5 A 1 7 a. m. Saturday, November 25th— The bi^ red sun is now rising from behind the foothills. The pine cov ered Blue Ridge mountains are hedg ing in the low lying fertile valleys, dotted here and there, with small farm huts. As the sun brings a new light to the dwellers of these hills, so a new day brings joy to my soul, which has been sorely tried by the chaos of last night. I am reminded of a song and begin to hum. The boys join me, and soon the strains-of "The Trail of the Lone some Pine" fill the car. We are surprised that we have the courage ta sing, after the ordeal of the night and early morning. How can the inhabitants of this beautiful valley have such vulgar thoughts and actions? Is it possible that nature hasn't the power to trans mit its beauty to hose who live among its grandeurs Rah! Rah! Rah! The football team of Lynch...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 February 1918

Ill 1 THE BYSTANDER BySTANPKll PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS dbs Koines, iow* TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION* One year Six month* *7® months ........... Entered at the postofflce as sec end class matter. Send money by postoffice order money order, express or draft, to The bystander Company. Air subscriptions payable- in ad vance. Advertising rates for display ads 25 cents per inch, for each Three to six Heroines of Jericho of America, and Western Baptist Association. !i' We will not return rejected manu script, unless accompanied by post age stamps. Communications must be written on one side of the paper only and be of interest to the public. "Brev ity is the sou! of wit," remember. The Jowa State Bystander is the oMe»t Afro-American journal pub lished iv Iowa. It was established in 1894, and is read by nearly all the colored people of Iowa. We have correspondents in the following towns: Albia Miss May Davis '"anhinsrton L. Black Monmouth, Hl....Mrs. Bernice comment. Wri,te the news of al! ,n«r...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 February 1918

1CITY LOCALS Barber Wanted.—At once. Good wages. 509 Mulberry street. L. J. Shelton. Party leaving town wants to sell furniture for five rooms. Terms cash, very reasonable. D. L. Wiley, 1210 docker street. Mrs. Geo., Laws is reported indis posed the past week. Mr. J. R. Ford took sick Sunday at his home, 1421 Crocker street. »A11 the boys at Camp Dodge were given a holiday Friday, February 22, in honpr of Washington's birthday. Mrs. Corinne Thomas of Omaha, Neb., was the guest of Lieut, and Mrs. Bundrant. Little Wanda Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Henry, 1516 Illi nois street, has been indisposed a few days, but is improving nicely. The Triple 'H" club will meet Tues day,. February 26th, at the home of Mrs. Wm. Lowry, 1608 Carpenter avenue. The Phyllis Wheatley club will meet at the home of Mrs. Wm. Greene on Wednesday, February 20th, at 1356 McKinley avenue. Lieutenant W. H. Thompson, who was sick with the mumps at Camp Dodge, is well again. His two little children, who hav...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 February 1918

EEfc Ointment M? V* ~a?y (, MAGAZINE Fashion Authority. Nearly 50 Ytcrsl 1v •mtto fz-~ tj w*cCA..I/5 evmrr mcattt, fcr cat-reel tn t» tar p&tteras. for economical Inyt. Sravjr ceedlewoi*. for good 3 tor feel?. for style. UeCAIX Fknenu St. iff._ »iit' t* •Ay_^__^_1ja_u_^i^^iatLl im^mJ^^m „, I. gMriiM. CARTER'S UTTLB IJVKI PILLS correct CONSTIPATION. ftWw«r MeFacts rS^SSlMrtte OLD SIGNS DO NOT DECEIVE" Watch out for these three. mlmejts HAfRSUCCtSS" Dressing They stand for Merit and Reputation. This Ointment successfully used for eighty in thousands of cases of skat troubles. The Only ORIGINAL Completion Brfchtener. At all druggists, or sent by n»8 opon receipt of price, 25^ each,. Made Only By 1512 Aikatk Ave^ BrMUjr%(iT. f^-%^ Beware of Substitutes and Imitation** They dangerooa. Look for the Melon-Colored package Trade Marks. CALLS a Veer a fosuL cuea ASS tcs FTUDIS COPT «R HECXLX-8 mr tMOt FT*- Ib&atET Offitr as Wwwem lift of CM~23 d'vft vttlMB aaafc or BTCTCXJg OCTar to «...

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 March 1918

•y JUL1 |f' iV ''J' of the city, 'after a Spell WBWRJB State Copttol BI«g Iil3l j»1 ^«, dt'j Boost Pay ', and read The 'n .• Bystander XXIV No. 37 HON. THOS. FAIRWEATHER. The afcove cut is that of Mr. Thos. Pairweather, a present member of the «ity council, who is a candidate for mayor, subject to the primaries to be lield Monday, March 11th. Mr. Fair -weather is one of our successful busi ness men, who came to this city a -few years ago and at one time man aged the Des Moines Baseball club. While manager of said club Mr. Fair weather was requested by some nar row-minded men not to allow colored people to sit in certain sec -tions of the ball park. In fact a com mittee waited on him and asked him to set aside a certain part of the ball park for colored people. Mr. Fair weather told them he did not believe in segregation and so long as he was manager of the club he would not al low such to be done and that one man's money is as good as another's. This has been his policy, we find, si...

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 March 1918

3 ispi 1 ), f%M«" V'.- THE BYSTANDER MITiNDIB PUBLISHING CO., PUBlJSHBBf DBS 1IODTO8, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, FRIDAY, EDITOR MARCH. 1, 1918 Published every Friday by the By •tender Publishing Company, B* Moines, low®. Office in Comical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, alnut 8W. R. L. CHASE FOR TREASURER. It is a pleasure for us this week to announce the name of Mr. R. l Chase, Jr., who is assistant cashier of the Iowa National bank and who is a ^candidate for treasurer of the school board, subject to the election next Monday. Mr. Chase is a self-made young man. He was raised and edu cated in East Des Moines. Having ^graduated from East Des Moines high school and entered into the banking business at the bottom and has been promoted until he has attained his present position. He is affable, pleas ing and painstaking and treats every body with the utmost courtesy. His many friends are asking your support g^in his behalf. See his cut elsewhere Rv in this issue. MINN...

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 March 1918

Us# 15- IV f' ti' CITY LOCALS Barber Wanted.—At once. Good wages. 509 Mulberry street. L. J. Shelton. Crocheting ,knitting and sewing every Thursday p. m. at the Protec tion Home. Instructions free. CORINTHIAN BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES. ReT. G. W. Robinson, Pastor. "Where Do You Live" was the sub ject of the pastor on last Sunday morning to a large congregation. At night Atty. Geo. H. Woodson deliv ered a strong address on economics and spiritual conditions. Collections $101.50. East Lynn, a drama in five acts, was successfully played at the church on last Tuesday night. Much praise to Mrs. Crawford and other charac ters for each service. The Lord's Supper will be adminis tered at the close of the evening hour tomorrow. Every member is asked to be present. The pastor will speak in the morning from the Sub. Broken Plans. ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH NEWS. The second quarterly meeting for the conference year was held on the 17th. P. E. Ferribee delivered inspir ing sermons at the morning and e...

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 March 1918

P4-*J. fif BBSS** ".KMSW crii if frorr $#23 For •I if*' haadla safety •«rd, etromfea attach, aaaat and Datfcaaa Da* pa* BIUm. packed in a laMhmflHtlnriat MAGAZINE a Authority N a 5 0 a Wft th* 1,300,000 women who turn to BfeCAL.I.'S every month for correct fash ions, for pattern a, for economical buying, for fancy needlework, for good ateriea—for pleasure, for help, for style. McCALL Patterns fit. QIB SO® A POSTAL CAKD AMD "What's in a name?"—EVERYTHING I "10 wounds mag be cured bat not U1 names" "A famout name will never die" "Nothing succeeds like success" For over eighty years, Palmer's "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...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 March 1918

re S ii if 8^ 3»f *r, ",f •K' Ua I s* Soap. Chrtfil e^eleta «f om parham 4 1 1 vzanm FREE-REAL .Get il from your dealer or frtfrrt u£. Duplex Damino •w* with whit* Ameri can Ivory (Madia safety I"", etaroppiac attacb n!*t|UJ Dentai Dn MAGAZINE Fashion Authority l®n What's in a name?"—EVERYTHING! ,V 1 •••.', .'. ,/• ,, "III wounds map cured "A famout but not (0 nam* wlU The Morgan Drug Company 1512 Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, Now York 'henSljffljjtlt1"* CURING THK LIFE OF THIS 'A DVE *TI tMtN DURHAM DUPLEX RAZOR CO. Nearly 50 YearsI the 1,300,000 women who turn to McCALL'8 every month for correct fash ion*, for pattern a, for lor economical buying, fancy needlework, for food itari««-tei pleasure, for help, for style. McCALL Pattern* lit. 75c a Year __ A POSTAL CARD AMD ASK FOR 5mir?nS°'7 St or 10.00 PIN •Rj!®! Offer to Women or List of GIFTS rlron without coat or BJOTCM Offer to Bora QjrU or la teat pattern CATAtoaus-^r«jid iX* a Address hi—I mwmca, 23MS0W«137ftSli«l llmY.rl. H.T. If t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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