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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 December 1918

5 j:r 8b" m- Bps.*:? JV. f'^ BYSTANDER ,»»l .^fc— ypBummo co., rimiiwiTCTf $* MS MODOM, wwa V, ^0H» L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, DEC. 27. J9i8 ••.Wv^ TERMS OF BXJBSOMPTIOIR. One year *. ..#UW Six months 75 Three month* -&® All subscription* payable in advance. Send money by poitoffiefl order, money order, express or draft, tp The j?. Bystander Company. 9 Advertising rate* for display ads, 35 eents per inch, for eaeh insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 25 eents per inch. Local advertising 10 eents per line for eaeh insertion, counting six words to a line. For churches and secret societies where admission is charged, one-half of the above-men tioned rates. For professional, legal IFW M»d announcement cards, yearly con •$$$• tracts, ete., terms are given on appli cation. All advertising is to be paid in advance. Official pap^r of the M. W. U. Grand Lodge of Iowa, A. F. & A. M., and In teraational Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of America, and Western Baptist Associ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 December 1918

*-Wf 8 u8 CITY LOCALS! "ror neatly furnished modern rooms Grangers and soldiers' wives look °I over at 811 W. 14th St. Also foi "od meals call at my Cafe, 922 Center |t Mrs. Louise Cooper. NOTICE. aWDlOATE CAPE SUCCESSOR TO THE NEAI» CAPE. Howard F. Davis, successor to The Neal Cafe at 1106 Cente* St., opened for business Saturday morning. Meals 35c and 50c. Special Sunday dinner. Strictly first class Bervice. Kindly give a call. Special chicken dinner 50c. Everybody welcome. The Thompson Hotel at 9th and Park Streets, a modern hotel. Booms by the dsy or week. Call up Miti^et 1399. Mrs. Broyles, Proprietor. When in our city stop at the Des Koines Hotel, 121 Ws 4th St., for good rooms, first class meals. Everything #ew, clean and neat. Don't forget the plae'e, 121 4th St., or phone Walnut 1618. A. seven room modern house with bam for a garage in a fine part of the city, North Des Moines, on 6th Ave. Inquire at the office for this location and splendid terms. Tot That Dull Feeling Aft...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 December 1918

$ ^4iT' (fcujgh The ii I-. v: s. -spv- & E&Urf Mr. & KIWI. About ten Albiu* attended service* at tb» ehureh la Hocking Snnday. A alsiitcr frojn Buxton preached, Little Harold Beniaings is siek at this H. Jo: Hltetnanather iter's, Mrs. Nora Grayson. Che lied Cross held a called meeting1 at the home of Mrs. G. A. Davis Wednesday. afternoon, Mrs. J. W, Dowden siek at this writing. 7* T^,'J Mr. Chai. Washington and'his Sun* day school are to have Christmas exer cises at the ehtiireh on Christmas eve. AV3 CLINTON, IOWA. Henry Judon is at home from Camp Upton, having received an honorable discharge from the service. The first quarterly meetiug, which should have been held on Dee. 15th, but postponed on account of the prevalence of the flu, will be held on Sunday, Dee. 29. Bev. 8. B. Moore of Davenport is expected at the afternoon service.., Those who have been on the sick list are reportod improving. The Christinas exerieses of Bethel A. M. E. Sunday School, which were to take...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 December 1918

1 ii K",r AXJUA NEWS, About ten Alblaas attended services •t the church in Hooking Sunday. A minister from Buxton preached, JLittlo ^Harold Bennlngs is sick at this writing.. Jtfrs. H. Jonds Tr ln Hitcman at her daughter's, Mrs. Nora Grayson. The Bed Cross hold a called meeting at the home of Mrs. G. A. DaviB Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. J. W. Dowden is sick at this wilting. V:'jir*4 .'* Mr. Ch^rWashiBgtotf and his Sun day school are to have Christmas exer cises at the church on Christmas eve. CLINTON, IOWA. Henry Judon is at home from Camp Upton, having received an honorable discharge from the service. The first quarterly meeting, which should have been held on Dec. 15th, but postponed on account of the prevalence of the flu, will bo held on Sunday, Dec. 20. Bev. S. B. Moore of Davenport is expocted at the afternoon service. Those who have been on the sick list are reported improving. The Christmas exericses of Bethel A. M. E. Sunday School, which were to take place Tuesday evening, w...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 January 1919

i., 'Vn -PS •1i .- ii yjy^ W 5u Boost and read Th%p Bystander «**t0cvt«rtW"l!_sA., 0 And fought for democracy. They are going to hold a conference Of the nations, over the sea When the world is reconstructed, Where will the Negro bef In this era of reconstruction Will the Negro be recognized? Or will he, as oft before, Be forgotten, and east aside?- Give us equal rights and justice, Is the Negro's only plea We care not for this They call "social equality." When they hold that great peace council In Paris, for every race, In the era of reconstruction Will the Negro have a place? GRAND LODGE OF STATE NEOROES QU1NOT'S-GUEST \.r Quihcy, ill.' Grand officers of the Mutual Aid So ciety of Illinois, the insurance auxiliary of the United Brethren of Friendship and Sisters of the Mysterious Ten, one of the prominent Negro organizations of the state, met in Semi-annual execu tive Session in .this city Friday after noon, and last evening were accorded a reception at the Bethel African Meth odi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 January 1919

Boost P»y and read The Bystander CITY W XXV No. 28 THE NEW BRA. Mts. Mae Lewis, 1316 N. 4th St. W., Where will the Negro be I ,:v In this era of reconstruction Will the Negro be recognized? Or will he, as oft before, M. L. D. will give a watch party at Odd Fellows Hall. Tuesday the 31st. Garrison Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Lane Thursday, Jan. 2. Mrs. A. A. Green of Council Bluffs was the guest of Bev. and Mrs. Gar rison. ^Messrs. King, Fletcher and Burgess will give a New Year's dance Wednes day, Jan. 1. in. 0 l^4«)i»^)B-.{» jvw^-r- :i Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (Special for Bystander.) When the world reconstructed, Where will the Negro be? He played a part in the great world war And fought for democracy. They are going to hold a conference Of the nations, over the sea When the world is reconstructed, Be forgotten, and cast aside? Give us equal rights and justice, *^, Is the Negro's only plea We care not for this They call "social equality.'*' When they hold that great peace ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 January 1919

r^^^BF^F^AtF^WTWrFrirv^ •?f '(i at s- Kr'' v\s* 1 r?TTT BYSTANDER ^MBiVBUiBiiaoo., raiupnpr DM MUOOB8, #WA fOttNI* THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, JAN. 3. 18i9 fclbliahsd eveiy Friday Jbjr tha By standw- Publishing Company, Dm Moine*, lows. Offlee in Ohemieal boil ding, corner Seventh and Mul berry street*. Phone, Walnut 890. JBntered at the postofflee aa second jnatter, TERMS OF 8UBSOBIPTION. One year $1.50 Biz months Three months I I Advertising rates for display ads, 35 cents per inch, for each insertion Three to six months' contracts, 25 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting six words to a line. For churches and secret societies where admission is charged, one-half of the above-men tioned rates. For professional, legal and announcement cards, yearly con tracts, etc., terms are given on appli cation. All advertising is to be paid in advance. Official paper of the M. W. U. Grand Lodge of Iowa, A. F. & A. M., and In ternational Grand Cpngress...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 January 1919

-V. ij jor mw CITY liti&LS aantlgr tiurnisfad modem room* tor itr*»g«" and eoidiera.' wive* look ne over at 811 W. 14th St. Al»o fer good, pjeals call at. myCftfe, 9g2 Ce»terf iir«. Tflniw. Cooper. NOTIG1L 8Y2TDICATE OADR. SUCCESSOR TO TBB MEAZ. CAFE. Howard P. ©avis, 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 es a call. Special chicken dinner 50c. Everybody welcome. The Thompson Hotel at 9th and Park Streets, a modern hotel. Rooms by the day or week. Call up Masriet 1399. Mrs. Broyles, Proprietor. When in our city stop at the Des Moines Hotel, 121 W. 4th St., for good roftmn, first class meals. Everything new, clean and neat. Don't. forgot the place, 121 4th St., or phone Walnut 8618. A seven room modern, house with barn for a garage in a fine part of the city, North Dee Moines, on 6th Ave, Inquire at the office for this location and splendid tenn&. F...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 January 1919

Wfk. 1 t~A DAVENPORT, IOWA. (Last WM|c) Owing to the fact that Mrs. D. S. Johnson is in the hospital for an opera tion, Mr. Raymond C. Moore is the act ing reporter at present. Sunday, December 22, was quarterly meeting day at Bethel A. M. Church. It Was a great day both spiritually and financially. The collections for all day were $275.00. Bev. N. J. McCracken, ou£ P. E, was with us and preached both morning and evening. Bev. Boyd of Bock Island preached a soul stirring sermon at the afternoon services. Mrs. South is still on the sick list, slowly improving. Mrs. D. S. Johnson went to the hos pital to be operated upon. She is at tended by a very able physician. It is believed she will fee brought out suc OMsfully. lift? J&ov. N. J. NOTICE or DISSOLUTION. Notice is hereby given that on the tf *20th day of December, 1918, the South C« em Mining and Investment Company, fc'by unanimous vote of all its outstand ing stock, resolved in due and legal manner to dissolve said corporation...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 January 1919

I. Of DAVENPORT, IOWA. (Laat W«gO 'Sis A?1 Qwing to the fact that Mrs. D. 8. Johnson is in the hospital for an operaf? tioa, Mr. Baymond C. Moore is the actr^' ittgf reporter at present. Sunday, December 22, was quarterly mooting day at Bethel A. M. E Church, 'felt. Was a great day both spiritually and financially. The collections for all day vn[e $275.00. Bev. N. J. McCracken, out P. E, was with us and preached l?oth morning and evening. Bev. Boyd Bock Island preached a soul stirring sermon at the afternoon services. Mrs. South ifl still on the sick list, 4 Jriowly improving. Mrs. D. 9. Johnson went to the hos pital to be operated upon. She is at tended by a very able physician. It is t^believed she will be brought out suc t|t»essfully. Mov. N. J. McCracken, P. E., leaves *«r Chicago to spend the holidays with irift family on Tuesday morning. MM 'Chore are a number of colored sol ^'dierp in our city at present, of whom wa are all proud. Mrs. Poster was while working at the Bock Isl...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 January 1919

RS?5 Boost Pay and read The Bystander" II THE SEASON'S OBBBmroSj 1918-1910. I•• TO A FRIEND' SQUAT. #1 All honor to the Public Welfare Bu reau, to Attorney Gertrude Rush, Mrs J. P. Hamilton and Mrs. Harvey Brown for the success and reality of the Pro tection Nor can we at any time lose sight of the Welfare-Bureau, who have included we colored.- Americans, in this "New freedom" and ''Humanity.'' How far nobler in nations it is to protect the feeble than to oppress them. Sanitation, sewerage and paved streets go hand in hand with race' progress and only thru the^recognition of our civic and econom ic reconstruction, can come the religious, noral and educational-, maturity, and up lift of colored. Americans* The man or woman who feels healthily, strongly and justly on the great interests of human ity is a constant benefactor to the hu man race. No one knows better than we, the de fendants of slavery, pa. system that json fpunded and confused every principle of Christianity and morality...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 January 1919

OT 1 n-niMAktfttoW.if.- 1 -#•... %r I f* Boost P*y and read TIt« Bystander I XXV No. 29 :i rsss5'v^ ,'-c THE SEASON'S GBBfiTWM.F,^ I 1918-1919. 1 I TO A FEEBITO' tpBAY. •today I thought of the past dj^s, And the friends of the yesteryear,^ Of those who have passed to the great beyond, And of those who are'with us here. Of all who have helped and cheered me. I The friends of the years or the day ^ou stood as a beacon out of the mist To help me and show me the way. g0 much there has been of sadness I And regret for my unusued day— Sgome stopped for awhile to condemn me, Some silently passed on their way. I But you, O friend, have not failed me. You believed me and served all the way, And held my heart .to the ways of life I -1-Accept thou homage today, if —Wm, Nauns Ricks. THE WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE WELFARE BUREAU AND THREE SILENT. HARD WORKING WOMEN. 'Charity begins at home." All honor to the Public Welfare Bu reau, to Attorney Gertrude Rush, Mrs, J. P. Hamilton and Mrs. Harve...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 January 1919

•jf^v I I?.* if fe* t?TT7. BYSTANDER Ml urt»rtmusaoiaco.,FtJBijeHnr IMOOOBB, IOWA JfOBN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, JAN. 10. I»i9 Published mty Triday by tk^ By a ad or is in a a a Moines, Iowa. Office Chemical |1| building, corner Seventh and Mul berry itrtete. Phone, Walnut 809. Entered atr the postofflea aa eecond t^an matter. He lived a strenuous and busy life, brim full of new ideals of better living and better treatment of all peoples and of all conditions. He elevated the moral tone of the world in regard to family ties, in regard to their political hon eety, in regard to business In both pri vate fuad public corporations. Indeed his age in the American life will be known as the Rooseveltian age in the American history. He prophesied, wrote and spoke about a generation ahead of his time and we are and. will soon see *|£. that Roosevelt Was right upon most all K' important questions* His country life, his-pure food laws, his foreBt conserva and preparedness stand will all Jb^P...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 January 1919

V~ 4 CHY LOCALS For neatly furnished modern .»»•. strangers and soldiers' wives leok *e over at 811 W. 14th Bt. Ala* for good meals call at my St. Mrs. Louise Cooper. Cafe, 922 (fester NOTICE.^ SYNDICATE GATE SUCCESSOR TO THE NBAX. GATE.r Howard F. Davis, successor to The Neal Cafe at 1106 Center St, opened for business Saturday morning. Meals 85c and 50c. Special Sunday dinner. Strictly first class service. Kindly give us a call. Special chicken dinner 50c. Everybody welcome. The Thompson Hotel at 9th and Park Streets, a modem hotel. Booms by the day or week. Call up Market 1399. Mrs. Broyles, roprietor. When in our city stop at the Des Moines Hotel, 121 W. 4th St., for good rooms, first class meals. Everything •ew, clean and neat. Don't forget the place, 121 4th St., or phone Walnut 1618. A seven room modern house with a barn for a garage in a fine part of the city, North Des Moines, on 6th Ave. Inquire at the office for this location «nd splendid terms. For Bent:—Two unfurnished ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 January 1919

l-WpiT fc&lS&i FSterl r*- -r '*A To Every Woman Who Makes a Purchase During Our Anniversary ^and '"'Clearance Sale We Will ^Present a Dainty Hand kerchief FREE! FREE! uili »T'.v.v Extra Special For Our Anniversary Sale Serge and Poplin Pleated Models, Tunic All New Models. Values You Cannot Resist \\f- *1 Colored Plushes ...c-i jb« ...S.uede -»w Tijge: Chgviots pk^:': jand Select ^our Winter oa' e- Js .xTSrZr*:'.. Great Array of Dame Fashion's Latest Mid-Season Creations r^r-^t Large Satin Hats with colored facings Satin and Straw 5 Crepe and Straw $ -.jMBKF Satin and Fur gf. A showing of new mid-season styles that will please every woman. Large, drooping hats medium size models and clever close fitting shapes with all the newest trimming effects* i&Zt&r?si wa -V 1?! t.'..i/ ...-,.A c'. TUB BVBTANJMIft V* 720-722 WALNUT ST. Trimmed Hats, We Have Been Fortunate in ^.vv' "5 Aft Obtaining 1.95 Beautl- A AA lul Hats lor This Sale V? to Sell at This Re markable Price 45 i...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 January 1919

ir Hi K' W .rj'«• f? \il* ,^'?i# I ^S *K ', Boost Pay and read Tho Bystander if THIS DAT. Every mortal sould should feel a hun dred fathom deep, For this day, a great American, God has laid him down to sleep. Althft his voice go up in silence, his foot steps heard no more, But his works will forevejrlive to guide us here below. ,' The Heaven in its supernatural scroll, shall bear his spirit in its fold, Where he will wake from his dose, to deal no more witlv earthly woes. It seems like a dream that he departed frpm lives of men, He achieved a well fought battle and made history with sword and pen. If you will bear with me I'll tell you about this great man, A member of New York legislature was his first political plan. He knew there was something wrong, that he couldn't understand. He chose a North Dakota ranch to share his life with the underman. He smiled when defeated, just deter mined as before, His bulldog grit made him Assistant Secretvy of War. When our country was at peril i...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 January 1919

.' 4r 1 BYSTANDER fCMDf THOMPSON, EEWOR FRIDAY, JAM. 17. Jfi9 vrery Friday by tie By PnWiilrfi Goaipaay, DM Ofle Official paper of the M. W. ,T7. Grand Lodge of Iowa, A. F. A A. M., and In ternational Grand Congress of Heroines of Jericho of America, and Western Baptist Association. "We will not return rejected mann script, unless accompanied by postage stamps. We are prepared to do first class job work at reasonable prices. All of our work Is guaranteed. J: Communications must be written on one side of the paper only and be of interest to the public. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. h, ':.' The Bystander is the only Afro American journal published in Iowa, and the oldest west of the Mississippi Blver that has never missed an issue. It was established in 1894, and .is read by nearly all the colored people of Iowa, This notice applies to all writers, con tributors, agents and correspondents, Sign all articles, write only upon one side of paper, write a plain hand and speH accu...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 January 1919

#£Wg" Barber Everybody liow going |M care |lowa. t' Miss Gertrude Hyde has been elected lassistant matron at the state house dur ing this session of the legislature Mrs. Jake Smith, who was taken to Ithe hospital for an operation for appen Idieitis, is improving. She has returned •to her home last week at 940 W. 2nd St. Miss Virginia Steele, formerly of Des Moines and a graduate of Provident Hospital, Chicago, is doing Red Cross liming at Camp Grant, Rockford, 111. [.Mrs. Fred faresham of Cedar Rapids, ira, was in our city this week. She ^js a candidate for her old place in the jjislature, assistant postmistress. ,:The revival meetings that are being i!J by Mrs. Nannie Smith at the Union [Congregational church are growing in fiaierest and the crowds are increasing. leveral have joined this week. The heelings will close next week. Every |body invited to come to these meetings. 1—' *$$%&** fW ',«*: }jtet »x:: \f"^h". CITY LOCALS Wanted—First class. $15.00 _JLntee and sixty per cen...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 January 1919

rr Vs »ir* p§ a Simplest of Contents. Condensed milk applied to the edges of the pleceo of broken china will keep the article Intact as the majority of cements on the market today, write* Bdwin W. Ely in a letter to the Elec trical Experimenter. Mr. Ely add* that he haa mended saucers that have withstood washings In hot water, and has mended a telescope lens of fairly targe slse with this unique cement. 4ponges In Australasian Seaa. Sponges are known to bo f. abundant In the Australasian especially la this the case with the a horny or highest form of sponges. 4'What's "HI wound* Xt is 4.7 & -*'1 i-}. mag fee cured "A famoua 2512 Adsnlfe Aoenae Brooklyn, lbs one 0?t fteady-Made Me Crustl Someone has Invented a ready-made pie crust that will keep a year. By the evidences that have been encoun tered It might be judged that many am bitious cooks have been experimenting for a long time with this object 1b view. We can guess now where some of these new composition shoe soles originate...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 January 1919

(Vt wjUKjM If 1 1 t$5 fttW Simplest «f Cements. OondMied milk applied to the edges of the pieces of broken china will keep the article as Intact aa the majority of cements on the market today, writes JDdwin W. Bay in a letter to the Elec trical Bxperimenter. Mr. Ely adds that he has mended saucers that have withstood washings In hot water, and has mended a telescope lens of fairly kife stse with this unique cement. •Sponges In Australasian Seaa. Sponges are known to be very abundant In the Australasian seas, especially Is this the case with the horny or highest form of sponges. 1512 Adenfte A Mm* "What's in a name?"—EVERYTHINGl "M wound* mat fee cured but net ID names" "A famous name wlU nsjer dfo" "Nothing guccmoda Uh+IOCCOM" av'v *:..^ 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 de...

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