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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 April 1918

fa"- if* vr HER SKIN WAS ONCE AS DARIUS YOURS MkfUsIti Dr. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WMtTEHER, HIT Ski* ll No* Filr uf is Soils Vdwt. tr. Fred Palmer's Skin Whltener fcai proved that pimples and blemishes can be easily removed, and that dark or brown skii lighter. in can be made shades Miss Essie M. Terry, of Doyle, Ga. writes—"I hate to do without DR. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WHITEN ER a single minute, it does my skin so much good. Since using it, my skin is soft and smooth as velvet." We receive many letters like this daily from people who are trusting to DR. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WHITENER to beautify their com* plerion. DR. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WHITENER SOAP will keep your skin white, soft and beautiful. The price has not advanced it Is 25c each. At your druggist's, or sent direct upon receipt of the price. Manufactured by JACOBS' PHARMACY CO. ATLANTA LIB—AGENTS WANTED—J nm roi ont uioul temis AGENTS-Tho COL OREO MAN IS NO SLACKER. A beautiful patriotic picture in colors allowing the ilcgro troops...

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

mo «$P /a lj|fi&< ^jL ,tP tg^#* SlK' lf SF,j SC' .. rri-**•• w.- HER SKIN WAS ONCE AS DARIUS YOURS MllUslagOr. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WHTESEB, HK Skli II lit* Fair Ml is Sod is Vllrtl. br. Fred Palmer's Skin Whltener fcss proved that pimples and blemishes cu be easily removed, and that dark or brown skin can be made shades lighter. Miss Essie M. Terry, of Doyle, Ga. write*—"I hate to do without DR. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WHITEN ERa single minute, it does my skin so much good. Since using it, my skin Is soft and smooth as velvet." We receive many letters like this daily from people who are trusting to DR. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WHITENER to beautify their com plexion. DR. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WHITENER SOAP will keep your skin white, soft and beautiful. The price has not advanced it is 25c each. At your druggist's, or sent direct upon receipt of the price. Manufactured by JACOBS' PHARMACY CO. ATLANTA JB—AGENTS WANTED— warn (ijji tw^ FOB OTM USUAL TEBMS AGENTS-The COL ORED MAN IS NO SLACKER. 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. — 12 April 1918

ite Capitol BIdg Hlal-Xt* Itoo' Boost Pay and read The Bystander With The Colors By Gus Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son's Diary. SERIES NO. 8. There are men in this camp from all parts of the country, and they bring with them jokes from their sec tion of the U. S. A. Most of these tell of the hatred of the races in the south. Although some are very much exagerated,. yet they are worth re­ cording. One boy tells the following story of the rural district of east Mississippi: "One day I was walking down a track, and noticed an old Negro fastened to a plow. I asked him what he was do ing there in the rain pulling a plow. He told me that for years he and Beck, his boss' mule, had pulled that plow over that field, but, as it was raining that day, the mule had been left in the stable, and he had to pull the plow alone." He also tells that in certain parts of the south it is against the law for a black mule to kick a white mule. Another man added that in the part of Georgia from which he had 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. — 12 April 1918

fee Capitol Bldg RlstJi I« «v 'Ch Boost Pay and read The .Bystander XXIV No. 42 With The Colors By Gus Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son's Diary. SERIES NO. 8. There are men in this camp from 11 parts of the country, and they bring with them jokes from their sec tion of the U. S. A. Most of these tell of the hatred of the races in the south. Although some are very much jxagerated,. yet they are worth re cording. One boy tells the following story of the rural district of east Mississippi: 'One day I was walking down a track, ind noticed an old Negro fastened to plow. I asked him what he was do ig there in the rain pulling a plow. Ie told me that for years he and ieck, his boss' mule, had pulled that plow over that field, but, as it was raining that day, the mule had been left in the stable, and he had to pull the plow alone." He also tells that in certain parts of the south it is against the law for a black mule to kick a ririte mule. Another man added that in the part of Georgia from vhi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 April 1918

vmf VI I mdmaiftiom S»4 ywpmri^^ twUtdrWV THE BYSTANDER torn A IOBV THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 12. 1*1* gybfiafc* «r«y Wdiy fcf 0 AB or draft, to Tie poj*«* Adrertlsa* rates for ti ««t» per mdi, for Three to mart**' coHtMet^lS cents per frK*» Local idwttof id ents per line for each eocntrn* «er« wcmb totte ^1 TVl SKPCt nt«y»^ is deuced, ooehatf t&e «W niMtintfl rates. For pars* fearieoal, legal and a»aei»Been«t cards, rearty contracts, ett, te» ftjTfe application. AH ad ratisra* is to be paid in advance. We7t* prepared to do first da* Job wrtk at reasonable prire*- All ef ear is guaranteed. FINAL IfOTfCE OF CANCELLA TION OF CONTRACT. To Owed Delsney and Mrs. Owen De ]aac|r Tm, s»d edt of y«. form M. Mann'* 1st addition to Oak Park, now included and forming a part of the city of Des Moines. Your failure to perform aaid con tract and agreements consists of the following matters, towit: Amount of principal interest, taxes ««xi insurance, which should have been paid to this date...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 April 1918

wr- have T. a- •Khi. ,''-1 CITY LOCALS Crocheting .knitting and sewing every Thursday p. m. at the Protec tion Home. Instructions free. PROTECTION HOME. The Protection Home, 1065 Park street, affords nice lodging for spec table aged women and working girls. It has for its object the pro. tection of women and girls. Here the aged may he housed, fed and nicely cared for. Girls may entertain their company under wholesome influences. Clubs a large, spacious meeting place and our people have a respect able social center for reading or social enjoyment. Mrs. J. B. Rush, President. Mr. Harrison Gould was in Cedat Rapids on Monday in the interest of the K. of P.'s. The choir of Asbury church will render a program at damp Dodge on Sunday afternoon. The boys are al ways glad to see and hear this choir. Mrs. J. N. Kittrell, who has been visiting relatives in the city the past two weeks, left for her home in St. Louis, Mo., Friday morning. Mrs. Elnora Gresham of Cedar Rap ids was in the city a ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 April 1918

s$V *, ,jv a For Bilious Troubles, To promote a healthy action of the liver andcorrect the disorders caused by biliousness, Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. Try them and see how quickly they give you a relish for your food and bapifh that dull and stupid feeling. #Ti 'A. fc&r CLINTON, IOWA. Mrs. Wm. Henderson was on sick list the past week. •4 Mrs. Chas. Anthony was taken to Mercy hospital last week, where she will take further treatment. David Winfieid, one of Clinton's oldest colored citizens, passed away Saturday morning, March 30th, after a protracted illness of several months, ®S ,' ^L- ^:v.K !,: 'V ,lM^ (gsAMOL^ mnjrr NECESSITIES FOR COLORED WOMEN CUBANOLA QUININE rOMAM AND MAttPMSSWC. _Y«. dndd use MOM to nabs jnglj and kg* hair SBSSStJSStSSSI to comb. HfcMr p3Cned asdnot gummy. CURANOU SDM WHUENEK .Honld be u*d if *6u went dean Mijiii linn W3I Mfsrh and brighten dark and saBsw oomplexioiis. CUBANOLA FACE POWDER. A highly perfumed face powder, eapeciaBy adapted for cs...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 April 1918

3 Jf- 7 mm For Bilious Troubles. v^i-To promote a healthy action of the liver andcorrect the disorders caused by biliousness* Chamberlain's Tablets are excel^nt. Try them and see how quickly they give you a relish for your food and banish that dull and stupid feeling. l? CLINTON, IOWA. c.-: Mrs. Wm. Henderson was on the sick list the past week. Mrs. Chas. Anthony was taken to Mercy hospital last week, where she •R^will take further treatment. David Winfield, one of Clinton's ^fjoldest colored citizens, passed away Saturday morning, March 30th, after '£?•a protracted illness of several months, MOL Tnnirr NECESSITIES FOR COLORED WOMEN SS/StXSSS^^^^Sb.^ —y la comb. I Wj' p3*ned *Tdo iu""8y* CUBANOLA SDM WrijTtMEK AcM J-u-J j— css^lcnoni WM Unch And kn^htMi wk sod nllw coBptsnoufc CUBANOLA FACE POWDER. A highly perfumed face powder. opociillf sdsp^T*f (or ClliW^ WNMB* CUBANOLA SDN AMD SCALE V3m!ijMl5 CUBANOLA preparations as it is v«y antiseptic. AB the CUBANOLA preparations hare been o...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 April 1918

is it 1 hh s$4T *Dte J4|SWi I' *I CUBANOLA FACE POWDER. etpeciaBy edited for CUBAKOLA SDH AMD SCALC SOAP CUBANOLA $1.00. CUBANOLA 1812 iSS ?HB For Bilious Troubles. To promote a healthy action of the liver andcorrect the disorders caused by biliousness, Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. Try them and see how quickly they give you a relish for your food and banish that dull and stupid feeling. ... CLINTON, IOWA. Mrs. Wm. Henderson was on the sick list the past week. ,%Mrs. Chas. Anthony was taken to Mercy hospital last week, where she will take further treatment. David Winfield, one of Clinton's oldest colored citizens, passed away Saturday morning, March 30th, after a protracted illness of several months. Ointment Pressing 'i|oap% They stand for Merit and Reputation. This Ointment successfully used for eighty years, in thousands of cases of skin troubles. The Only ORIGINAL Complexion Brighteaef* At all druggists, or sent by mail upon receipt of price, 25^ each* Made Only By Atlant...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 April 1918

Boost Pay and read The Bystander I —town 1 I 4 fy V, SERIES NO. 9. =, Last evening I sat gazing at the last dying coals of our camp fire. Each of these seemed to be an eye of my mother, searching irito mine, seeking to know whether or not -her son had kept the trust. On the table before me lay the question, "Can you come home as clean as you are now?" Again and again I thought over the question. I-was wondering whether or not I could. I had^just returned from over to Hampton Normal and Industrial In stitute. There a social evening had been tendered to 300 Camp Hill boys or stevedores, as they are commonly called. My thoughts turned to the evening ju3t spent. It had meant much to me. The kindly smiles of the matrons, as they poured me a cup of hot coffee, or insisted that I have a second helping of delicious home made ttouhtnuts carried nie back to my far away home and mother. There instantly arose in my heart that reverence for womanhood which my mother had instilled in me during my...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 April 1918

.'•VY'"~If *v*\r tW Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXIV No. 43 With The Colors By Gus Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son's Diarj. SERIES NO. 9. Last evening I sat gazing at the •last dying coals of our camp fire. Each Jof these seemed to be an eye of my [mother, searching irfto mine, seeking •to know whether or not -her son had •kept the trust. On the table before |me lay the question, "Can you come [home as clean as you are now?" (Again and again I thought over the [question. I-was wondering whether lor not I could. I had hj'usfc returned from over to iHampton Normal and Industrial In stitute. There a social evening had [been tendered to 300 Camp Hill boys |or stevedores, as they are commonly called. My thoughts turned to the |evening just spent. It had meant .rtuch to me. The kindly smiles of {the matrons, as they poured me a cup of hot coffee, or insisted that I have secoad. v0 unless^ rrfore desirable homes are open \to us, we must. Our souls are starv I \ng for association. Whichev...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 April 1918

Boost Pay S: Civ and read The Bystander [of XXIV No. 43 With The Colors I By G^ts Durdan, Des Moines, Iowft I Son's Diary. SERIES NO. 9. Last evening I sat gazing at the last dying coals of our camp fire. Each these seemed to be an eye of my mother, searching irfto mine, seeking to know whether or not -her son had kept the trust. On the table before me lay the question, "Can you come home as clean as you are now?" Again and again I thought over the uestion. I was wondering whether or not I could. I had^just returned from over to lampton Normal and Industrial In titute. There a social evening had een tendered to 300 Camp Hill boys stevedores, as they are commonly ailed. My thoughts turned to the evening just spent. It had meant uch to me. The kindly smiles of the matrons, as they poured me a cup hot coffee, or insisted that I have secoiA helping of delicious home ade douhtnuts carried me back my far away home and mother, here instantly arose in my heart hat reverence for womanhood wh...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 April 1918

mm |R *1 r»i"? ft* IB *4 I i'~ W-. 4 1 |vj ». A IT- 1 Si yv': •v "V k- fifei-:' W&1 THE BYSTANDER SY8TAMDSH PUBL.ISHWO CO., PUBLISHER* DBS MOINB8, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1918 Published every Friday bf By itiadir Publishing Company, D* Moines, Iowa. Office to building, corner Seventh andMul ttif j'itriiti Phone, «uwt Ni TERM* or susecwrwoij. OM yMf Six MMthi *2® Rn# AMlthl w® 'r®ntsr*datthe pestoflee •ad elass matter. "Send money by postofflee order, naity oWir, espreu or draft, to Tbo Bystander Company. All »ub«crlptibii» payable in nmee. ., Advertising rates for displayed* 16 dents per ineh. for each iusst lion. Three te six months' contracts, 15 eehts per Inch. Local idnrtlaing 10 cents per line for each insertion, eountrig seven words to a line. For church and eeeret societies whers admissi is Aaigcd, one-half t&e abov.-meationed rates. For pro fessional, legal and Announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are given on application. All ad ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 April 1918

crnr 0 v.. •V. ,V'-- c' *§|P LOCALS CORINTHIAN CHURCH NOTES. Rev. G. W. Robinson, Pastor. The revival meeting will start at Corinthian tomorrow. Rev. H. R. Wilson, one of the greatest preachers and singers.in the evangelistic work, will do both the preaching and sing ing. Nqw if you do not come out and hear him you will miss something gnt^L He is .called a "Tanner" be cause he tans everything that comes his way. He sings lilft a "Rhody" and preaches like a "Sunday." On the pastorV birthday and first anniversary ajs p#*tor of this church the oJUcers, lead by Deacon J. S. Bev erly. presented the pastor with a five passenger Jackson car. The Sunday school and B. Y. P. U. hare elected the following ones to rep resent them in Sioux City in the. Sun. day school and B. Y. P. U. convention: Mrs. H. R. Graves, Miss Mary White, Mr. F. J. Harris apd Rev. G. W. Rob inson. They, also elected Atty. J. B. Rush to represent them in the Na. tional Baptist progress, whifch meets in Galveston, Texas. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 April 1918

4W-i -f k-(i' A v-«j llM If YOQ Use Face Powder m, USE THE BEST— USE Dr.FredPalmer's Sldn Wliitener Powder Ths moat successful powder ever Biade for bringing- out the beauty of dark complexion. TEST IT CRITICALLY We wantevery woman who has never tried SKIN WHITENER FACE POWDER to put it to this teat. Powder your face before your mirror on one aide with the face powder you have been using pow der the other aide of your face with PALMER'S SKIN WHIT ENER FACE POWDER. Notice how evenly SKIN WHITENER POWDER adheres to the face, and the soft and beautiful appearance it elves to the akin. Compare it to your heart's content. This test will convince the most skeptical that our claims are based on fact, and that SKIN WHITEN ER FACE POWDER la juat what wa claim—the best face powder that money can buy. It in put up In a beautiful box^ the fame aize that retaila for 50c and upward for other powders aot 0ear so good. Price 25c at all druggists and toilet goods dealers, or sent direct for 25c post...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 April 1918

1 i- The most successful powder CTM made for bringing out the beauty of a dark complexion. TEST IT CRITICALLY We want every woman who has never tried SKIN WHITENER FACE POWDER to put it to this test* Powder your face before your mirror on one side with the face powder you have been using pow der the other side of your face with PALMER'S SKIN WHIT ENER FACE POWDER. Notice how evenly SKIN WHITENER POWDER adheres to the face, and the soft and beautiful appearance It is put up in a beaytlful box, the fame size that retails for 50c and upward for other powders aot near so good. i' Price 25c at all druggists and toilet goods dealers, or sent direct tor 25c postpaid. Write to JACtBS* MARMACT CO. Atlanta, C& IB AGENTS WANTED- Mill rat OUK USUAL TESMS" Ijv Qui'f sleep! Can't eat! Can't even digest what little y£^doe*t! One or two doses -yf 'JFn# "t f{ S. mty& 25 ape*. 0$S hi\$ent AGENTS—The COL ORED MAN IS NO SLACKER. A beautiful patriotic picture in color* showing the negro troop* r...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 April 1918

WJy •FT Boost Pay •nd read The Bystander *W E With The Colors By Gas Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son'a Diary. SERIES 10. ,Jjm Crow—JimCrow—Jim Crow. An& ^why Is it because the south of today desires it? Or is it just a relic of the old south, one of the many con ventions to wljieh the new south' is slave? It cannot be the former, or if it is, there cannot be any inconsisten cies as these tjpjit I $aily come in con tact with. It is against the state. law for whites and Negroes to ride together in the streef cars. Jitney busses are anew thingi in these parts. The stat utes have not as yet reached them, so the whites tihink nothing of sitting on the laps of Negroes. How strange it is that their conscience does not hin der them from doing this. And even on street ears the conductors must continually! call the attention Of the passengers to the fact that Negroes and whites must not mingle. There is a dormitory here, where white and colored sleep together, yet with the coming of every su...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 April 1918

Boost Pay •nd read The Bystander With The Colors By Gas Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son's Diary. SERIES 10. whites i-' -v Crow. Jim Crow—Jim Crow—Jim AnjHvfcy? Is it because^the south of today desires it? Or is it just a relic of the old south, one of the many con ventions to wljich the new south 'is slave? It cannot be the former, or if it is, there cannot be any inconsisten cies as these that I daily come in con tact with. It is against the state. law for and Negroes to ride together in the streef cars. Jitney busses are anew thing! in these parts. The stat utes have not sis yet reached them, so the whites think nothing of sitting on the laps of .Negroes. How strange it is that their conscience does not hin der them from doing this. And even on street ?ars the conductors must continually) call the attention Of the passengers to the fact that Negroes and whites must not mingle. There is a dormitory here, where white and colored sleep together, yet with the coming of every sun they mus...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 April 1918

1 %The THE BYSTANDER inrVTAMDBft P0BUSH1M O CO. & DBS MOINES, IOWA PUBUSBBBf JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 26. 1918 Published every Friday by the *y •tudir PtMiiUar Campaay, Bat Moines, Iowa. Ofiee in Ghamiaal hiildinf, corner fiivimtk and Mul berry streets. Phons, alawt EDITORIALS A GREAT FEDERATED RALLY. All Of Our City Churches at Audf .. torium.... ff/ \:.7C,...V On next Sunday at 3 o'clock at the Auditorium on Fourth and Chestnut .streets, will be held one of the most [^.'unique and greatest federated,,church raises that has ever occurred in Iowa among colored churches, and perhaps anywhere in the United states, It is g? the coming together of all the col ored churches, eight in number, and holding a 'United concerted financial /ally. The largest choir of colored voice*, composed of sing?rs of all the eight church choir's, will sing as they never sang before, under the super vision of Mrs. Ethel Bowmer. Every colored person in our city should com? out every j?mn wh...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 April 1918

1 CITY LOCALS 1^1 For Sale—Seven room house on Six nth street, near school. Reasonable is. Address 1026 W. Sixteenth city. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—One -room house, electricity, gas and tater, oae block from Clark street corner lot. Price, $2,20. Will like one-third in trade of real estate a good auto. TermB for balance. ?ssed Ascension street, or phone Drake )RINTHIAN CHURCH NOTES. The revival meeting at Corinthian in full swing. Dr. H. R. Wilson is jing things to pass as never wit- in the history of the church. {The subjects that will be discussed Lr the morning service and "Better'' [r th morning service and "Better in the Best" for the evening ser jce. Every one should hear thisj reat^man. [The ordinance of baptism will be ministered on Wednesday night at fe30. The pastor will leave Wednesday |[ght at 10:20 for South Carolina, lere he goes to deliver the bacca lureate sermon at Benedict college, olumbia^ S. C., his alma mater. He (ill also visit Washington, D. C., and altimore, Md.,...

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