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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 November 1918

"P"* \.H-' St}'" I 8- i, OHELLIOOTHB, MO. "ffnu lldri Croppo of Boonevflle, Mo., flftfta .the city visiting »t the home of Mfe/ and Mra. Bolivar Payne. Her Br, Mis* Ardelle, is expected soon J|r.a ri»it. lCr. and Mrs. Thomas Sidney are vis at the home of her father, Mr. Scott and wife. Nicholas Chiids, editor Of the H|lli Plain' Dealer, spent Sunday in ear city. He made a very interesting talk at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Amday night. Mm Coreda Harris of Hamilton, Mo., been visiting relatives and friends the .past week Sunday services were well attended it the Mt. Zion. Baptist Church. Bev. Alfwd preached two spiemdid sermons CnUlrttiOn for the day was twenty-one Mart. Mrs. Maggie Botts, who has been at Ik# bedside of her daughter in Mead „.ville, Mo., has returned to our city. We glad to have Mrs. Botts with us mg$in and -to learn that her daughter's. .mllMalth is much improved. Mrs. Fannie Alnutt spent several |i|^4aya in Utica last week at the home of and Mrs. Edmond Williams,...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 November 1918

3fiy«-'" '•,A\ 4 'j' wp: lg€U Ife 4r?""7 SS^ 3s§?f rr A**"* I: ..XT' "fCn. Ukra Croppo. of Booneville, Mo., it ia the city visiting at the home of Mr. tad Mrs. Bolivar Payne. Her lMght«r, Miss Ardeile. is expected soon Ili.A'^lit |p!l'^ 'T'* Mr.ahd Mrs, Th omia Sidney are vis JHag at the home of her father, Mr. Scott and wife. Hon. Nicholas Childs, editor Of the Vaptka Plain Dealer, spent Sunday in Mr city. He made a very interesting talk At the Mt. Zion Baptist Church Anaday night. ',*•} Mrs. Coreda Harris of Hamilton, Mo., has been visiting relatives and friends ham. the past week. ffv Sunday services were well attended at the Mt. Zion. Baptist Church. Bev. Alford preached two spieadid sermons. OdlMtton for the day was twenty-one 4»11ars. Mrs. Maggie Botts, who has been at ftfce bedside o'f her daughter in Mead vffle, Mo., has returned to our city. We are glad to have Mrs. Botts with us again and -to learn that Iler daughter's health is much improved. Mrs. Fannie Alnutt spent seve...

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

war mm Boost p»y and re»dTI« Bystander XXV No. 24 pOBO fb» COLLEGE NEW HOME. ... ii 1. '","{& largest, Most Modern Building Ever Erected by A Colored Parson. jtiew We Give a OomptsU Pally Be port of the Eight Days Opening. SSrt •Sii'. •jscs St Louis, Mo.—The wriiple race join in congratulating Mr. and Mrs. A. E. jfalone on the new hoine of the Poro College, the greatest, largest and most complete commercial building in the country owped^iJy Baltimore, Mr. JoJtyfr H. Murphy, edi tor Afro-American^" George Indianapolis, aaaaging editor .... f«rk City Ormand |%evelahd A4yo«a*eJ {forge B. $ah^, Jr. tenor soloist, Nelson C. CreWa, editor of the City Son, KaaiasCity, Mo^ J. ay Josey, I. Willis Cole, Louis vlbe. Leader, Louisville, Ky. Wr.E. Bag, editor "Dallas Express^ Dallas, Tax. Harry C. Smith, editor Cleveland CfcSette, Cleveland, Ohio J. Anthony Jasey, editor Wisconsin Blade, Madison, Wis. John J*,, Thqmpson, editor By staader, Des Koines, Iowa Boscoe C. Malone made the»- epcping...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 December 1918

Boost P»y and read The. Bystander achievements 1 WiJliani Afti»tr Louisville, JKy. Georg» V*ditor it XXV No. 24 PORO COLLEGE HEW HOME. Largest, Most Modern Building Ever Erected by a Colore* Person. gelow We Give a Oomptote Dally Re port of the Eight Days Opening. -•#F Bt. Louis, Mo.—The whole race join in congratulating Mr. and Mrd. A. E. jtalone on the new hoine of the Poro College, the greatest, largest and most complete Commercial building in the country owp^JJy t^e .faoe.. It was erected at a coSt of $250,000* and will go down in history as one of the great of the American Negro. A whole week was used in the open ing and dedicatory exercises, during which some of the most noted men and women of the race from, all parts of the country took part. Each night was an interesting program* .Among some of the prominent then Who Were present wdfe Rev. W :Samps6h Baltimore, tor Bfrooks, D. D., Mr. Jofch H. Murphy, edi­ Afro-Ameriean^'' "Baltimore, Md. George L. Knot, Witor 'of theFreeman...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 December 1918

wv-.-.t '•^fl wir'^rjfT^1 fij* t»j .?- JEWESS ••i'li Vi*S BYSTANDER Ml -*»afiiSBj3w «OHN L. THOMPSON. BCTTOK FRIDAY, DSP- »i» Pablished tvcrjr Friday by Ike By stand?** Tutti*hi»»s 3«*»peny» Itoines, low*. Offlee in bottdiag, eoraer Seventh berry -V and the true manly and womanly char 1 acter of the founder and owner, their unassuming deportment. The true !, Christian people whose heart beat in -Si sympathy for the downtrodden and struggling humanity. We would urge 3|§jj our -readers to jread the full report in this week's Bystander. Then I can jj.—say that' the haif has not been told My feeble tongue nor my pen can 2^ never tell you of this wonderful enter prise. I hope ere long to have this great instittuion portrayed to- you in IsO moving pictures in our city. -•4? Chemical -Mid Official paper of the M. W. U. Grand Lodge of Iojsraj A. P. & At M., and In ternational Grand Congress of Heroines of Jerieho of America, and Western Baptist Association. We will^net tetwra rcjp^ted 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. — 6 December 1918

Bew, p- if lif |i Ti 1 LOCALS DBESSMAKINCT WANTEl) Mrs. Irene Taylor, 1421 Crocker St When in oar city stop at the I«s Moines llotel, 121 W. 4th St., for good room*! Everything clean and neat. Don't forget the place, 121 4th St., phone Walnut 8018. For Sale or Rent-—The Neal Cafe at 1106 Center St. A splendid location. A good opportunity to secure a paying business. Inquire 'at the ^Bystander of lice or phone Wal. 1742? Good heating stove for sale cheap. Call 6050-J or call at 2625 Chester Ave, Mrs. J. G. Humburd.- ..v/ Mrs. Zaley's letter. In a recent letter Mrs. D. W. Isley of Litchfield. 111., says, "I have used Chamberlain'a Tablets for disorders of the Stomach and as a laxative, and have found them a-quick and sure relief." If you are troubled with indigestion or constipation these. tablgts will do you For neatly furnished modern rooms for strangers and soldiers' wives look me over at 811 W. 14th St. Also for good meals call at my Cafe, 922 Center St. Mr% Louise Cooper. FOR SAl...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 December 1918

ST m$3 Wag f- '•j* POBO, OQIUHH OMKDra ill (ConUntdftom m»4) f§| CbpL Robert A. Byrd of Springfield "4tHI the next ifctlur. He, like other*, Ittf mmmy good thing* to ay about the wwli «f Mr. and Mr*. Malone And de dind that the race could not ml/ too ^jaaeli for them. O T. Carton* reprmentiiqf the tfign Baiinim Leagne of St. lxmis, •poke. The members of the Lttgne were present ia a body. JBdltor Abbott of the Chleago De fender made an address. He was proud pt the work of the Maloncs, and said that the only way for the American "lfegro to elinb was by doing things and aot by sitting around com plaining. Editor W. E. King of the Dallas Ex fnm*:*ead the following reeoiotion: Whereae, the representatives of the Newspaper* here assembled recognize the aplendid sueeeea of the Poro College Company, Mr. A. E. Malone, president, Mrs. A. £. Malone, secretary-treasurer, aa exampled in the beautiful building here erected, and "Whereas, through their far-aighted aeas and intelligent value of the...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 December 1918

is.ntoOniiltol BM« XXV No. 25 WHEN OUB BOYB CK) TO ^fhen onr ooys go back to Dixie, fell me, will thingsbe the samef 8»ae *fcey Helped towin- tbv victory, Won't there somehow bra chSBgef Won't that "Jim Crow" law now van ish, Like the sunlight makes the dew 9 The democracy they fought for, Won't it benefit them too? Won't that lynching be discarded, Like old garments for the newf For our Dixie boys fought bravely 'Neath the old Bed, White and Blue. When you give your boys a weldome On returning from the war, Don't forget our boys fought' also, Side by side atan* witb your'®. Many a mother down in Dixie Has a son "somewhere in France." When the boys go back to Dixie, Give our colored boys a chance. Bapl'ds, ttfri, 7 Mrs. Mae Lewi*,:. 1316 N. 4th St. West, Cedar Bapids, Iowa. HOTIOE TO OIiUB WOBXEBS. Indianola, la., Dee. 10, .1918. At the close of the annual session in May we found ourselves with less than $10.00 in our treasury. Since that time I have been asking women over the state...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 December 1918

fS#-"- t1 J")t1'? W ssfcfe -Ikfe that r- rrri bystander 'fll^C^WMWSOH. EPCTO* f*Y, DEC. 18. "ltii .yr »—...,.,« bmUdimg, Pabliakia- Otaqpur, Dm 1m. Oflet J» Ctwlwl cmtt Stmtk ail Mai- fcerry street* Pbome, Walnut «#». Entered at tks peatoffiee e* aseoad hn matter. snmariDisaimKnr. On* year 8is atontlts .«v.*-..».••••«••»•«•»• Atm sosiki .«• All subscriptions payable la advaaee. money by poetoffiee order, order, expresa or draft, to The Bjritaader Conftoy. Adrertlaag ratee for JiipUj ads, S5 ite per iaeh, for each insertion. Three to aix Death*' eontracte, 25 cents par faeh. Local advertising 10 cents per line for %m& insertion, eeonting six words to .ft line. For ehorehes and secret societies where admission is charged, tone-half of the above-men tioned rates. For professional, legal aad auooaceauet eards, yearly con tracts, ete^ terms are given on appli ntiwi Ail advertising is to be paid in sftvanee. Oirial paper tf®ttill..1W U. Grand Lodge of *, and In of Heroines of JericAo ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 December 1918

CITY LOCALS 0BB88MAKINO WANTED Mrs. jrtW Taylor, Crocker St.. IVr neatly furnisTtfed modern foK strangers and: soldiers'' ever at 811 W. 14th St. -pod meals call at my Cafe, 'St. Mrs. Louise Cooper. 4 When in o«r city s^op At th* Des Mtfsfc Hot^, lBl W 4th' St., for good *T,, gnt classmeals. Everything and seat. Don't forget the pfoei, 121 4th St., Or phono Walnut I61& rooms wives look Also for 922 Center TOR BALM—A 8NAP. seven room modern house with bgm for a garage in a fine part of ^the city, North Des ^toines, on 0th Ave. Inquire at the office for this location isd splendid terms. CITY StnKSO&IBEBS. We have been calling on all of our delinquent subscribers in this city the past month and many are not at home when we call, and many have been at home and have gladly paid, but still a few whom we have been unable to see have not telephoned us or ealled in to the office and paid up yet. We now ask that those of you who are back, please call in this month and settle up or tel...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 December 1918

Fx-T™- 'J' I It U'WAf* fdrKliwr Bill, amr^)tiiiT,ctt u«e th*t gny JUgtf witfr *v to71 dwelL roem all Stted up iiemtral b—1. 1toks-eftiited menrorteoneern hittotf, tret Wrote st, while hpaounpo* earth almost got mj goat. t.tfift* old Nick, Odfr of Russia, beeausekebore usurpm/ rolo upthere. *v on Um jupwl to*' and Francis Joseph both, f|iiftHwJ-4liw from op higher, Matymt rA*d «aa taka kueh froia ma, ttiake asplesdid'fi^e. attawf*d"Un arose Satan*dropped Ms pen, ife a long tailed imp with fork and *.• Came hnmhly fi»iMI«|(r in. Wlpt'i all thia hubbubthat I heart Ate we assaulted b/ the Arone of gracef IM.i BiU Kaiaer from Berlin, just shoved hiss in this place, /then' lusty voiee called loud: t.-'a fanning thisbum jointf got to be respected here, r/guy# do 7m pit that point? iji, have been counted it core I cuu dowa here. Wltli my knltnr I shall not relax. ftar* imp, £0 fetch *,«•* Of "beer. I.Mi't lik» (he wajr y&n rust thia dive, I T9W UpOa toy soul' dealin-conservation, are bu...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 December 1918

stoTtopttol BW» Htsl vffll Tlooii .***+* .•**. 1 XXV No. 26 Boston Market Co. PROVISIONED Phone Walnut 736 320 Sixth Avenue Where Quality Counts 1*22 WALNUT STREET PHONE MARKET INS Chas. F. Rodgers CLEANER and DYER CLEANING, DTEINC, FUSSING, ALTERING AND REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS SUITS MADE TO ORDER ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE SATISFACTORY. WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. Des Koines, Iowa FIKE & FIKE Des Moines, Iowa NEW and OLD BOOK DEALERS Books Bought,..Sold and Exchanged. 309 4th St. Phone Red 1434 Peoples Savings Bank 7th and Locust Streets Capital Stocky $100,000.00. Surplus $200,000.00 5 4 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposit Chas. H. Martin, President Frank P. Plynn, Vice President Edw. A. Slininger, Cashier Carl W. Mesmer, Asst. Cashier R. C. Morrow, Asst. Cashier Wray Bertholf, Asst. Cashier E. R. Millard, Asst. Cashier CHRIST wl C. AMEND & SONS, Inc. GROCERIES AND MEATS SAUSAGE MANUFACTURERS 302-304 Walnut St. Third and Grand 817 Walnut St Phone 891 Wal Phone 1909 Wal Phone 22...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 December 1918

s. I ii fgiffl 1 !MI Ipi HjM 4-mMfifc: If Su •$&,. *»,•»( r'T¥T. BYSTANDER tuft ..tbm rtjBLisHmo co., publwhbrf DCS MODUS, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, DEC. 20. 19i8 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. v-.V-i-v.' 1. n,, One year $1.50 Bis monthB 75 [Three months .50 All subscriptions payable in advance Send money by postoffice order, •xoney order, express or draft, to The Bystander Company. EDITORIALS THE BYSTANDER. For the first time in many years wo cannot offer to our subscribers our usual holiday rate of $JL00 per year bccause of the Government order and then be cause of the high cost of paper and printing material and labor, therefore after the first of January we will not be able to give the $1.00 rate to min isters and hereafter there will be only one price for the Bystander and will sell the world over at $1.50 per year. We have been and are trying to keep the old price instead of raising our price as many other weekly papers have. Our subscribers will please take notice and...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 December 1918

$ 55ff CITY LOCALS For neatly furnished modern rooms 18th. for strangers and soldiers' wives look me over at 811 W. 14th St. Also for good meals call at my Cafe, 922 Center St. Mrs. Louise Cooper. NOTICE. SYNDICATE CAFE SUCCESSOR TO THE NEAL CAFE. Howard F. Davis, successor to The Neal Cafe at 1106 Center St., opened for business Saturday morning. Meals 35c and 50c. Special Sunday dinner. Strictly first class service. Kindly give us a call. Special chicken dinner 50c. Everybody welcome. Mr. George Taylor of 704 S. E. 7th St., who has been quite sick, is greatly improved at this time. Mr. Gus Nichols, who has been ex tremely sick with the influenza, is re ported some better. Mr. L. E. Hanger is very sick at his home. Friends seem anxious over his condition. Mrs. Amanda Patrick of 1148 West 1st St. was called away Dec. 17 to Min neapolis, Minn., following the death of her grandson. Mrs. J. H. Davis of 4662 So. State St., Chicago, is visiting friends in Des Moines. While here she is st...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 December 1918

tfe & %may ii: •0 1*'. •IS' W !.•. s,/ jJDAVBNPOBT ITEMS. Last Weak. ./l "Mrs. Sarah Davie passed away laat Wednesday monung after aa illness of a few days. She leaves to mourn her death four sons and one daughter, Wil liam of Moseatine, Charles of Bock $ Island, John and Fred at home, and Mrs. Mamie Thomas of Omaha, besides a T1"1 host of friends. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at Bethel A. M. E. V~' Ghimh, of which she was a faithful ^member, also a member of the steward s' ess board. In compliance with Mrs. &••• Davie's request Bev. T. W. Lewis, her j.r'V former pastor, preached the sermon. Bev. 8. B. Moore, her present pastor, spoke briefly in well chosen words. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shepard spent Thanksgiving and the week end in Shellsburg, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bowles. Mrs. Thompson passed away following a short illness of influenza. She leaves a husband and relatives. During her short residence in the city she made many friends. Funeral at Bethel A. M. E. C...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 December 1918

r~y as fClfW 1 Many organizations have been or ganized in our city within the last two years to make the comfort of our colored soldiers as pleasant as possible while here at the Camp Dodge cantonment and Fort Des Moines base hospital. The activities connected with gueh work has been, indeed, instructive well as interesting to the citizens of Pes Moines and Iowa, and we feel it eur duty at this time to mention a few of the many worthy organizations in this article. It may be possible in men tioning these organizations we may fail to mention some of the clubs and or ganizations that have aided in making the stay of the soldier boys at Camp Dodge and Port Des AJoines, for in one article it would be almost impossible to mention all the clubs that have so will ingly co-operated with the war activi ties in looking out for the comfort of our boys. Since war was declared by the United States on Germany, the draft has fallen upon almost every male citizen in the United States, and the gover...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 December 1918

i- I i. I- 4 ftr-H K»!^ ry -J?V^ «*s •$4UfA UW|1 & A. %*4t RACE ECHOES. GENERAL RACE MBW& Booker T. Washington, Jr., ha* been Appointed as claim adjuster at the Umited States government air plant in Alabama. Four colored delegates were present •k the recent convention of the Ameri gga Federation of Labor. Tbo color line •seats to have been almost completely abolished in labor's ranks. Rev. Edward Thomas Deipby has been consecrated Suffragan Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Didteese of Arkan sas. Bishop Demby is the first colored to receive this honor. David H. Baynes, a colored man liv ing near Shreveport, La., has purchased $100,900.00 worth of Liberty Bonds. He •ays that in case the city falls short of ita quota, he will give a cheek for the amount needed to bring the amount up to the proper amount. The corner stone of the new Y. M. C. building in New York City was laid la October. The new building will cost $385,000 when completed and furnished. It will be seven stories...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 December 1918

.. o" I I. 1 II. KEOKUK, IOWA. Mr. and ^rs* Coker en are t'ie Proud 'ta of twin boys, Louis and Luttie. Friends of Warreht Toomes will be dad to know he is getting along nicely. jjrs. Ruth Johnson died at her home Saturday morning from influenza. Mrs. Colomon Williams and little son Gilbert are down with the influenza. Blind Boone, the famous pianist, was jn tho city last week. The "Race Revi&w" given at the B. P. U. is a great benefit to the Negro. Mr. French Bland was home on fur lough last week. He is attending col lege at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller are muorn jng the death of their little daughter Jeanette. ffith Mrs. Holten and family are down the influenza. The friends of Private Edwin Miller are glad to see him home after being mustered out of the service. Rev. Jopplin, one of the pioneer min­ The World Moves On MADAM C. J. WALKER President of the Madam C. J. Walker Manufacturing Co-» and the Lelia College, 640 North West Street, Indianapolis, Ind. Is Your Hair Sho...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 December 1918

ji** 4 $ s** & 1 *'n' ft ssi & &V te i« ft&Ki ST. PAUZ. BUDCHBTARIAN. We are having beautiful weather up re.jrt present. Some days are just fie. Spring. ivitation are out for the wedding of liiss Cornelia Gordon and Mr. Walter B. Smith of Cleveland, Ohio, the happy event to take place Tuesday evening, Deo. 17, at Pilgrim Baptist Church, fol lowed by a reception at the home of the bride. Mrs. Lottie Shannon passed away last week, having been a victim of the flu. Slie was buried from the undertaker's. She leavges a husband and two small children. Mrs. Zora Johnson, who has been a long and patient sufferer if a complica tion of diseases, died at her home Mon day morning and was buried Wednes day- Mis. John Lewis entertained a few friends Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Lewis' birthday. The affair was a nrprue and enjoyed by all. Progres sive whist was the main feature of the evening's entertainment. Mr. Geo. Duckett is home and con fined to his bed by severe illness. H...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 December 1918

fek |t» Ofipttflj Bltlg Httt I'M 'v- Boost Pay and read Tbe Bystander XXV No. 27 Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 16, 1918, Bon. John L. Thompson, Editor of the Iowa Bystander: Please allow space in your very val- brought uable paper for the following. I call ^de8 your paper valuable because it me news every week for over fifteen years from some of my far away friends. The write ups of your travels and of our people you came in contact •with are very encouraging as well as brilliant. Your paper introduces us to strangers and* tells of their prosperity, etc., and it also keeps us acquainted •with the whereabouts and conditions of our old friends, whom we think are many, scattered hither and thither. Dear sir, repeat your travel and write up every year. My visit to Clarinda, Iowa, Nov. 3 to 7, 1918. The guest of, Mr. and Mrs. Jj. W. Wililams. Wet had a very de lightful time during our stay in their beautiful and busy home We witnessed some things in this busy home that were and are going on eve...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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