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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 April 1916

yU. -,••...,, sissfesr "C!!^ •'. ir •••..•'. 4.^ •. ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER THe Best and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 44 Rufus Jackson, a student at Ames college, spent his vacation days last week visiting his parents. Mrs. M. L. Davis, 127 Jefferson avenue, who underwent an operation last week at Methodist hospital is get ting along nicely. Mrs. Ottamae Robinson and daugh ter, Vivian, have left to spend the summer with her parents and rela tives in Missouri and Illniois. Mr. Frank Johnson, one of our for mer boys, who is making his head quarters at Kansas City, spent a few days this week in our city visiting old acquaintances. jg Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Coleman of Buxton passed through our city yes terday en route to Port Dodge, Iowa, where they are going to make their future home. It is requested by the management of the June musical to be given in June for all those who have been asked to take part in the musical to meet Monday evening at St...

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 April 1916

WwP?« 111 SavSa Mated that the late head of Tuskegee was held in the highest regard by educators throughout the nation and 0r*iif .th*t he had done much to bring about a better feeling between the races. A large number of prominent white men and women attended the meeting, P° fc large number of seats having been Hi reserved for them. The address of Principal-elect Moton was the first de ft* lfvered In this state since he was of chosen as the successor to Booker is Washington, and he created a most favorable Impression. th "Booker T. Washington's educational iui program waa not merely local, it was luttlonal, world-wide In scope," he said. "Industry, thrift, morality, decent homes, clean bodies and minds, better methods of farming—a kind of educa tion which made a universal appeal was hlii. It was an education that helped farmers to do better farming, the carpenter to do better carpenter- Ins, and the cook to df better cooking. He believed that education in the broadest sense should ...

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 April 1916

?7$ ,'i'SfS '.1 & f.'" .' '-4 Most of flrr street railways are op erated on the single, overhead trolley plan, with the electric current passing through the car Into the track, via the wheels, after it has passed through the car motors. Most of the current 4s properly conducted back to the gene rating stations, but some of it escapes and menaces gas and water pipes In the vicinity. These stray currents produce what is known as electrolysis, which eats away the pipes. This leads to constant wrangling between the street railway companies and the cor porations whose pipes have been in jured. While It has so far been almost Impossible to completely prevent the corroding of pipes thus exposed, the bureau has been able to advise public utilities commissions how to compel the various corporations involved to mitigate, this current waaCage and the consequent evil effects. As a result of tests made during the past year at St. Louis, Springfield, Mass., and Springfield, O., the bureau has...

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 April 1916

m*n\ y* ^.v5*"'' «WA -*13 I !.| I /i HON. W. CL KOVN FOB STATE TBEASUBEK. akm cat upmenti oar good friend, Hon- W. C. Brown, the present who a candidate for re far state treasurer, and by aqminw will be still better to render even greater aer *k*a to the state. While be ha* been in HI haaltlt for aereral month* and la still a ikk man, yet his friends throughout the atate honestly believe that he is entitled to this term and waa hi* predecessor. Mr. Brown has always been a true friend to common humanity and a special friend to the colored people He conies from the old abolition stock and on every occasion has demon strated his love for the common mass es of singgliaf humanity. He so licits yoor support. PROGRAM. Fifteenth annual session of the Iowa State Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, to be held at 'be Y. M. C. A- at Buxton on May 22 to 24, inclusive. Board meeting Monday at 3 p. m. Monday Evening, May 22—Citizens' Night Music—America. Invocation—Rev. F. B. Woodard, pastor Mt. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 May 1916

mpW' 'w 1 4 Mul- MM I! ejvL.w1 ,. Yv. ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Beet and only medium that reaches the colored people oI the middle west. XXII No. 45 Mr. Graves of Moulton is the guest of his sons, Jesse and Thorn ten Graves. Mrs. Wilson Hughes remains about the with little change, if any, for the better. Miss Florence Suss, who has been sick the last few weeks, is improving slowly. Mrs. Mary Perkins Short of Iowa City was the guest of Mrs. N. E. Morton and friends of Des Moines. Wanted—Colored bruoer. Address T. McDavis, 116 Iowa avenue, Iowa City, Iowa. Mrs. L. M. Davis is improving nice ly at the Methodist hospital. Mrs. Tabitha Mash is her special nurse. Miss Mary J. Reeves just arrived Saturday from St. Paul, Minn., to remain indefinitely. Masters Lawrence and Morton Graves are very much improved, after two weeks' illness. Mrs. Anderson Perkins of Colfax, Iowa, was the guest of Mrs. N. E. Morton between trains last Thursday. Grand Master of Masons John L. Thompson spent a part...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 May 1916

rnvwsfB^li For 15 years O. T. Jackson was the only Negro farmer near Boulder, Colo He was Industrious and was well liked by bis white neighbors, but in the planting and harvest times when there was a dearth' of farmhands they could generally outbid him in the. labor mar ket leaving him without assistance at the.crucial times. He found It impos sible to keep colored farm hands for any length of tlmej because, with no other members of. their\rac$ near at band, they found it a lonely life. In 1906 Jackson began to think about the situation and decided that what was needed was a community of col ored people,' which would be large enough to be *elf-sulliclent. Having come to a decision he started to work out his plans. Since then there has grown up on former government land In Weld county, Colo., a settlement of 250 Negro men and women fairly start ed toward independence. The name of the settlement is Dearfield, and the force behind it is the Dearfield Devel oping company, organized on a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 May 1916

s|t|j •-ft 'it a d' oK ,c i' ji'i y*\ -.' -'. vv pU'?'"'.« 'T"vf^'^'K" ', s— irtu4 1 *m ft T, iMklW «W OMf »f Mfr Ks*r» termor «««r SeaMer, CMo wis MmMmi asd vu weft llksd if Ms* white fighters, tt« fftUMfe# sod fesm* umm wfee* there w»s a d#srtb of tarathaaSa they gmentty oMMd eosld him f» Out UW msr- fcsi, tasvto# fetal wfttast mUmm «t the «nwtel (low*. H« fotwd it tot** sIMo to KM# stored turn b»a4* Ux **f tevgtk et ttM iMIWK, «HJ» BO «(fe«r iMrtw ot ttilr'jaef imr feMrf, U*ty fOMMitt ft fMMtf }ff«. te tM( Adnes Iwya to tfetok utmK (Im m4 d«cMM tbst WfMl WM RMlM «M MHMnttf of col p*»pte which woM t* i*rpt to 1m *4U+*metetfL to ieMoa l« M«*lttg gimri#4 to work 4HK fete fttem, Woe* Una di«r« tuwi fraim ttp foraMr ger«roaumt Um4 la W«M C©te,# »«ui«n«i4 of 250 9(«fro bmw mm! women fmirty turt «4 toward tatojwMteoc*. Tb« nsm# of tfe# MtilMMfit to OmtM4, mi4 the lore# Mklsd tt to DM DcarlMd Itere! opla« eokipMir, orK«nte«d oo c» ofMitttfr# feMto Md pr**chtD# m\U IMff. Tb# ttorr of tfM ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 May 1916

pwrrn -Hill I Life Is worth whileT. Its work Is not useless, Its Joys are not superficial, its discipline is not unnecessary. When disappointment^ come, faoa them cheerfully. Wondrous la the strength of cheer fulness. MEAL8 FOR 8MALL FAMILY. When buying chicKen, save the wing tips, neck and giblets for soup. Save the white meat for WkHKH creamed chicken or for R^M pudding and one may KebKSSw have several meals from ^HB||Ki9 one chicken. ^•H| Chicken Pudding or 8ouffle.—Chop the un cooked white meat of the chicken, then rub it fine. Put half a cupful of dry bread crumbs with a cup­ ful of milk over the fire to soften, add the chicken, salt, pepper and the yolks of three eggs, beaten. Mix well, then fold In the well-beaten whites and put into a, buttered baking dish. Bake in a moderate oven twenty minutes or until it is firm. Serve at once or it will fall. It is much better to entertain two or three guests on different days than to give a large affair which upsets the routine of the 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. — 5 May 1916

toKrrcnm Mfe Is worth while". Its work Is not useless, Its Joys are not superficial, Its discipline Is not unnecessary. When disappointments come, face tliein cheerfully. Wondrous la the strength of cheer fulness. MEALS FOR SMALL FAMILY. When buying chicKen, save the wing tips, neck and giblets for soup. Save the white meat for ipflKgH creamed chicken or for pudding and one may I^BIkS REmK&mH 0ne chlcken-Puddingfrom have several meals Chicken or 8outHe.—Chop the un cooked white meat of the chicken, then rub it fine. Put half a cupful of dry bread crumbs with a cup­ ful of milk over the fire to soften, add the chicken, salt, pepper and the yolks of three eggs, beaten. Mix well, then fold In the well-beaten whites and put into a, buttered baking dish. Bake in a moderate oven twenty minutes or until it is firm. Serve at once or it will fall. It is much better to entertain two or three guests on different days than to give a large affair which upsets the routine of the home. On the ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 May 1916

& t! a Fundamentally all of opinions Heaven to fires the spc bet on ears fererd & Win HEALTH HINTS. A.. J. Booker, M. D. The essence of Christianity is char ity. Not the charity which consists of giving sway 'old clothes and a few preserves, bat the charity of mind and thooght. |t is in this that most of us fail. us are same. If we could all be reared Identical circumstances, «oon under the which would make us of about the same tem­ perament we would differ little in and acts. We ions and ent causes us get our opin- mode* of living five senses. through the It is contact with differ­ things, or the same .different circumstances, h: us come to things under which makes different conclusions and to act differently same circumstances. our past has are so piness to under the We are what made us and most of us perverse that we imagine hap­ be the opposite periences. So'the of our ex- Esquimax pictures be a place of bright warm people of the a place where tropics desire the sun is n...

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 May 1916

yfy: 1 -v By. ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 46 Dr. J. A. Booker in is Davenport at tending the annual State Medical as sociation. The Baptist Union at Corinthian Baptist church Monday, May 15th, 8 p. m. The Independent Art club has com pleted its first organization. Mem bership is limited to twenty ladies. Club met with Mrs. Simons last Wed nesday and adjourned to meet this (Wednesday with Mrs. Ruby Lewis, E. Sixteenth street. President, Mrs. E. T. Hicks secretary, Mrs. S. Bates, and teacher, Mrs. Ruby Wells. at Mr. and Mrs. Gus Watkins enter tained at 6 o'clock dinner in honor of Mr. Wm. Mash of Spokane, Wash. A very delightful evening was spent. Mrs. Emily Rowland of Chillicothe, Mo., will arrive in our city Saturday to visit her daughters, Mrs. Maude Wilkinson and Mrs, Florence Taylor, Mr. Gus Comley returned Wednes day from a two weeks' visit with rel atives in Alton and Belville, II!., and reports 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. — 12 May 1916

the can S&' voi by wb th* colj tbi shi V| }js* 'tj* *^Tnsw»fFi I f|: Paris.—The unconquerable spirit of ?... Ihe French soldier, as manifested In J-Vthe Held hospital to'which the Amerl can ambulance among others hurry vthe seriously wounded from the relief 'stations in the Immediate-'rear of the flighting lines fct Verdun, is told in ^graphic fashion by a noted French ^writer, A. Vollljs, as a result of a trip "Which he was permitted to make in .. the fifth week of the great battle. :("On the previous day," he writes, /the great gun* had been roaring un ceasingly, with a hoarse, thunderous /v noise and with formidable explosions Of fury which made the windows rattle ^and caused the last of the snow to fall from the roofs. On this morning the silence is almost complete. '"It is a sign that the infantry is .attacking,' says the sergeant in charge of supplies, who is something of a strategist. 'We are soon going to be busy.' -:C "Very soon the dull roll of the am bulances Is heard...

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 May 1916

hm yytfi' 'v*1 Will the love that you're so rich In Build a Are In the kitchen And the little god of love turn the spit? Enthusiasm Is essential to the suc cessful attainment of any high en dtavor. DAINTY MEALS FOR SMALL FAM ILY. As we all learn from sad experience, roasts are hot satisfactory bought in small quantities and no family enjoys beef, mut ton or chicken three or four days in succession neither does the frugal housewife wish to waste good food. To make a successful caterer for a small fam ily attention must be paid to the marketing and arrangement of quantities. If one arranges to hate guests for luncheon, after having a chicken din ner, the chicken may be used in pat ties, or salad or as chicken croquettes. Thus one may entertain without feel ing any special drain on the living ex penses. A varied diet may always be given, as broths may be made from the bones of the aforesaid chicken for the next day's luncheon, following with a dish of macaroni and cheese or spaghetti 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. — 12 May 1916

kftUttbL .AU» if .^*iC •*„. .. .,i ... I *qv a: v^-ifi-, PvV ?5 tr- 1 1 &• .& ItUXTON, IOWA. (Special.) Sunday, April 14th, twine commun ion, the pwtor read for opening the 7th chater of Matt., after which we went into covenant ineetiug and en joyed a splendid meeting. Rev. Roman and family are now lo cated at their new heme, No. 6'East Tenth stmt.' An invitation is ex tended to all to visit them, strangers as well as acquaintances. Hie stork has been very buBy the past week and visited the following homes: Mrs. George Varnsdale, also Mrs. Will Miller, bringing them daughters Mrs. Daisy Brinker, a son. .Mothers ana children are doing fine. Mr, G. W. Norris is on the sick list "''/Jr. Mr. Sam Burk'ett is still on the feick list. Mr. James Grimes, president of the !Booker T. Washington literary so ciety, had a splendid program ar ranged for Monday eevning, May 8, which consisted of papers, solos and readings, which was a complete treat to all that Were present. DAVENPORT ITEMS...

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 May 1916

pr-] mwv "', ''SV'Jf* .* -t'lJ1 41,v i\(. ,t'As\. ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The'Beat and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 47 Mrs. J. H. McDowell, the delegate from Eliza E. Peterson Woman's Christian Temperance Union, will leave for Buxton nMonday a. m. to attend the State Federation of Clubs WANTED—Two good roomeis man and wife or two ladies. Reasonable rates reasonable at 907 17th street. "The Face At the Window," thrilling^ drama in three acts, given tiy Mrs. Chas. Wilson at West High school Thursday evening, May 25, at 8:15, for the benelt of St. Paul's A. .E. church rally. Tickets on sale at Model Drug Store. (Adv.) A new chapter of the 0. E. S. was organized at Fort Dodge, Iowa, Sat urday evening, May 13th, by the G. W. M., Mrs. Ruth B. Bright, assisted by Rev. I. W. Bess, W. P., of Queen! of Sheba, Waterloo. There were sev enteen applicants who received the light of the order. Every one seemed highly pleased with the sccret work. Sister L...

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 May 1916

3 a communication to the Balti News, W. H. Holtzclaw, prlnci I of the Utica Normal and Industrial itute, Utlca, Mlu., writes: hare read your editorial of No nber 15, entitled. "Booker T. Wash on's Field." I have found it very Iterating, but there are some points it which I feel ought to be ainpli 9, to say the least. It Is for this that I venture to wrlt£ you letter. or instance, you make a compari between the Northern Negro and ijjason yia Southern Negro, and you state the southern's Negro's progress 50 years has not been relatively §mmensurate with that of the North- Negro during the half century of freedom. You were'kind enough 'ever, to give some very valuable ons for this. The facte which I at my command, however, and Jch can be had from the United ates census, convince me that tak everything under consideration. Southern Negro's progress during past 50 years -has far surpassed of even the Connecticut Negro whom you speak. We ought not rlook the fact that the Southern fsgro is ...

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 May 1916

PILMER FOR SHERIFF. The above is the cut of Geo. M. Pilmer, who is a candidate for sheriff Polk county. Mr. Pilmer is a Polk aunty man, born six miles south of his city. Educated in common and fcublic schools of this county. He ame to Des Moines about twenty Jrears ago and entered into the brick jid building business in this city, Irhich trade he has followed ever ce. He is a successful business j'Wv Main Store, 209-211 Walnut Street East Des Moines Branch, 416 East Locust St. Greenhouses, 31st and Crocker Sts. man and an active republican worker. He has never held an elective office before. By virtue of his age and his experience and his long citizenship in Polk county his any friends feel that he should be nominated by the republicans June 5th. He is in sym pathy with all classes of humanity and asks 'he support of the colored voter on that day. He will be abso lutely fair with all classes that may come before him. SCARLET GERANIUMS And Other Blooming Plants For Bedding in Choices...

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 May 1916

5' Ijij$ Sav! JTA J&-V POLITICAL ANNOUNEMSNTS. J^r Stat* OScm. Hon. Geo. A. Co—on, present attor amy generalof low*, is candidate for governor. Hon. Joseph H. Allen, state senator f.1 Pocahontas county, is a candidate fcUj for governor. Hon. W. L, Harding present lieu tenant governor, of Sioax City, is a candidate for governor. Hon. Earnest R. Moore of Cedar Rapids hereby announces his name as candidate for lieutenant governor. Hon. James B. Hanna of Polk coun ty In* announced his name as a can didate for lieutenant governor. Hon. Mm. Brady of Dallas county hereby announces his name as a can didate for lieutenant governor. Hon. W. 8. Allen, the present sec retary of state, announces his name as a candidate for secretary of state. Hon. W. C. Brown, the present state treasurer, hereby announces his name as a candidate for renomi na tion for state treasurer. Hon. Thomas of Union county is a candidate for state treasurer. Hon. Shaw is a candidate for state auditor. Attorney Henry E....

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 May 1916

MHMkKtS! |V & j'gfi P'-'T F^'4i fc' 1 4 PpUTICAL ANNOUNEMENTS. .' ?w 8t»U Offlcea. j/' Hon. Geo. A. Canon, present attor ney general of Iowa, is a candidate tor governor. Hon. Joseph H, Allen, state senator of Pocahontas county, is a candidate far governor. Hem. W. L, Harding, present lieu tenant governor, of Sioux City, is a candidate for governor. Hon. Earnest R. Moore of Cedar Rapids hereby announces his name as 9 candidate for lieutenant governor. Hon. James R. Hanna of Polk coun ty has announced his name as a can didate for lieutenant governor, Hort. Mm. Brady of Dallas county hereby announces his name as a can didate for lieutenant governor. Hon. W. S. Allen, the present sec retary of state, announces his name as a candidate for secretary of state. Hon. W. C. Brown, the present state treasurer, hereby announces his name as a candidate for renomina tion for state treasurer. Hon. Thomas of Union county is a candidate for state treasurer. Hon. Shaw is a candidate for state au...

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 May 1916

ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 48 Wm. Wright left this week for Al berta, Canada, to be gone a few weeks. The Mary Church Terrell club will meet Monday night with Mrs. Mc Cree, 810 West Twelfth street. All members are requested to be present as examinations are to be held. The Callanan club will meet May 31 with Mrs. Thornton dams, 2621 (fester avenue, The president re quests all members to be present, as it will be a very interesting meeting. Mrs. J. H. Preston, 230 Arthur avenue, entertained at dinner last Sunday. A delightful three-course dinner was served. Covers were laid for ten. WANTED—Two good roomets man and wife or two ladies. Reasonable rates reasonable at 907 17th street. Mrs. L. D. Abbie of Minneapolis, Minn., spent a few days in our city en route to the grand chapter. She was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilkinson. Tickets on sale at Olsen's drug store at Sixth and Locust and Model drug s...

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