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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 April 1919

Ml lifiik pjjp. 'mm-. PI Ei fe»v p* II rk S. i. Cws If IK gill & IP 1 X.'sw.v •very Moiaw, Urn*. "WW*! f7WTi BYSTANDER '""5^% «MhMMHaM*aHHWMMM| lllMIIII*liaiia^*IMIMIMHI* DBS MOOOBI, WW4 JOHN THOMPSON, EDITOR VMM FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1»19 Friday by tk« By* CoMpapy, D« Oflw la Cfeorieal Serntb aid MbJ- tenj rtrnta Fkcae, Wafarat 8M. htorcd at ftfce poatoOca aa ateoad •utter. sracs or wuBmsKtrno*. .Oaa yaay $1*5© Its months .... »7® Three noatha .". -30 All aobaeriptlona payable ia advance. Band oum«y by poateffee order, mummy order, expreae or draft, te The JByitaader Company. Adrartiiiag rat« for diaplay ads, 40 aaata per inch, for each insertioa. Three to fix months' contract*, 35 cents par faeh. Local advertising 10 eeata par line for each insertion, counting sis words to a line, for churches and aseret societies where admission is aharged, one-half of the above-men tioned ratea. For profession^, legal and announcement cards, yearly con tracts, etc., terms are given on appli cati...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 April 1919

V* if -n$ KJ CIJY LOCALS Three modern IS MBMHHJ TOR SALE. Two four-room bungalows for salv nice lot, water, gas and electricity gnutll payment down. $16.00 a month Including interest, $18.59, Call Bltfck '1405. FOB 8AXJB. houses, close in. Values from $2,500 to $3,500. #400 to $600 c»sh. Balance like rent. S. Joe Brown, 515 Mulberry .St. Phone 1181 Walnut. FOB SALE. 4 room stucco bungalow, East Des Moines, water, gas and electricity, ap ple, cherry and grape vines all set out ehicken house and fence all built, nice garden spot, Fine location. $500 down, |16 per mo. Also some other small houses. Phone Black 1405. SICK LIST. Mrs. H. E. Jacobs is indisposed this *eek at her home, 1238 "W. 20th. Irs. Eliza Winn i? on the sick list this week. Mr. John F. Moore, 1642 Walkfer St., who has been quite sick with flu, is ouch improved-this week. He is able to be out. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. E. S. Morgan has just received a letter from his brother, I». F. Morgan of Highland Park, 111., stating...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 April 1919

v: ar OBsmtvAnows. !De« HoUh, April IS, 1919. Dear Editor Byitaader: I now find time to uke another re port from th* Western Field. While my stay at borne I visited my borne ehureh, Corinthian Baptist. The church is progressing nicely, both spir itually and financially. This was not a regular visit, but the pastor would have ma. make a few brief remarks respect ing the work, which I did An after collection of #5.10 was given. Will make my official visit later, when this ehoreh will be among the-leading ones of the Western Convention... My next visit was Mb Zioa and Tabernacle Baptist churches, Buxton. These chftrches have always bees loyal to the demands of the Baptist* whoever NEGRO SOLDIERS IN OUR WAR (New Book) 1 Tells all about the war: It lis fair to colored people. A tremendous seller. Price only $2.60. Agents making to $1S a day. Bend 2tc quick for agent's outfit. A17STOIC JEHfKIJr* CO, Ml(h Street, Wmfcto»t«, ». C. "I Omi MimM *f TMkmriMk' fttrr «l«w bom Weak Loan —every*** ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 April 1919

"VI WiS aa»«,rv .if--. 4vx" OBSERVATIONS. Des Moines, April 15, 1919. Dear Editor Bystander: 1 now find time to make another re port from the Western Field. While my stfty at home I visited my home ehurch, Corinthian Baptiet. The church ii progressing nicely, both spir itually and financially. This was not a regular visit, but the pastor would have ma mike a few brief remarks respect ing the work, which I did. An after collection of $5.10 was given. Will make my official visit later, when this chnreit will be among the-leading ones of the.-Western Convention.. My next visit was Mt. Zion and Tabernacle Baptist churches, Buxton. These chbrches have always been loyal to the demands of the Baptist, whoever mmmamssa^mmaBaasemmtBsaBmasammms NEGRO SOLDIERS -"IN OUR WAR (Mew Book) Veils all about the war: It Is fair to mlored people. A tremendous seller. Price only $2.50. Agents making «8 to 111 m. day. Bend 26c quick for agent* outfit. AUSTIN JBIfKIirS CO.. SS: SO JTlatt Itract, wnilwtn, D...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 April 1919

fV 1 1 11 I 1 »JW •.: •r-^l'SV.:' Bystander 4 IvHE COLORED AMERICAN IN WAR WORK. [n* Reserve Offloen' Training Corps and Military Instructors. Washington, D. C., April 24.—Follow ing demobilization of the Students' I Army Training Corps shortly after the Ingoing of the armistice, the war de Ipartment, to stimulate the patriotic Lpirit of young men in the colleges and {schools of the land and to fit them for efficient service in defense of the ila- Ition, formulated plans for the establish ment of a Reserve Officers' Training •Corps. Under this system the students of the various educational institutions [who are able to meet the required stand lards, mentally, physically and tempera Imentally, are trained to become officers Jin the army, prepared to take their •places in the active military service, lshould necessity arise. Watchful of the [welfare of the colored young man and [anxious that the colored schools of the leountry should be given a proper op Iportunity to share in this ad...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 April 1919

&" ifo,. A "V Boost Pay .ad re»d The 1 iii'./' ftrK COLORED AMERICAN IN WAR WORK. :v '5 \fto Reserve Officers' Training Corps and Military Instructors. Washington, D. C., April 24.—Follow I jjg the demobilization of the Students' 'Army Training Corpa shortly after the jjgaing of the armistice, the war de partment, to stimulate the patriotic spirit of young men in the colleges and ichools of the land and to fit them for efficient service in defense of the na tion, formulated plans for the establish ment of a Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Under this system the students of the various educational institutions who are able to meet the required stand ards, mentally, physically and tempera mentally, are trained to become officers -in the army, prepared to take their places in the active military service, should necessity arise. "Watchful of the welfare of the colored young man and anxious that the colored schools of the country should be given a proper op I portunity to share in t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 April 1919

I, Vrt fr. Jf kt Mh toft &> fc Mt 1 ,6 Wi BYSTANDER I lil This notice applies to all writers, con tributors, agents and correspondents, all articles, write only upon one of paper, write a plain hand and spell accurately. Do not send in names «f person! at parties event. Do not itv' give an eulogy or write your personal "%*7 comment upon classes, all societies, all religious denominations should be recog sized. imply tell the news or event in a brief, simple manner and let the loaders- of The Bystander comment. i*- We have correspondents in the follow- .PUBUSHBBf- D*8 KOIKES, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDJTOR FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1919 Feblished every Fridsy by Ike By •Uadvr PttbliUkiaff OO«PMY, DM Moiass, Im. OflM Cheaieal corner Seventh mad Mul fcenj streets. Phome, Valant 899. Itttttd at the postofflei weoad mutter. XBBM8 OF 8U980BXPTC0N* OM jvar ...•1^0 Biz months Three months All subscriptions payable in advance. •M Send money by postoffiee order, money order, express or draft, t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 April 1919

IK fHah crnfeiocALs :5 PO» BALE. Two four-room bungalows for sale aice lot, water, gas and electricity flpinll payment down. $16.00 a month. Including interest, $18.50. Call Black 1405. 'FOB aAlx, y:y Three modern bouses, close in. Values from $2,500 to $3,500. $400 to $600 Balance like rent. 8. Joe BroWn, 515 Mulberry St. Phone 1181 Waljaut. FOB SALE. 4 room stucco bungalow, East Des Moines, water, gas and electricity, ap ple, cherry and grape vines all set out ebicken house and fence all built, nice garden spot. Fine location. $500 down. $16 per mo, Also some other small houses. Phone Black 1405. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. John Moss and little daughter June of Denver, Colorado, are in the city visiting Mrs. Moss' sister, Mrs. Audra Alexander. Baby Elizabeth Ann McCree, infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Wade H. Me Cree, was christened at Union Congre gational church Easter Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Lowry, who has been ser iously ill, has almost entirely recovered. Dr. A. J. Booker was invited...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 April 1919

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Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 April 1919

itfv.'* v- WBUL own ISRM A E SOFT. LOHG.S1LKV ilng Htrolla Pranade Hair Dregalns, is delightfully perfumed and really tb« best preparation made for.producing beautiful, aoft, illlty, straight, lone Duffy hair—Jurt tbe kind you want. Hernlln freda th» scalp and makes kinky, nappy, «hort, atubbom hair to Mift, lone and lusr trmla tlmt you can easily handle It and put it up in any atrle. Jt is your natural lisM to bare Una. lurely hair, and Herolln altera you a chance. Take It—but don't he fooled Into getting anything eia« than HEROLIN 1* makee short hair grow long and beauti ful. alops Itching scalp and dasdralt. 8/onkt 25 cents Heroin MLME&s SKIN-SUCCESS Ointment .V* V-.' 3 •*«y. '2f i* VS~' r&m m, ^r t812 Atlantic Aw^ A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION w?1 CUSANOLA MEDICINE CO-Atfa*. fe.' 1M.O' KKn-UOIT TOILET flmcTSl I Mkss gMilMstf hrnptMfOafni WW* to MleuA HaMta, llw pelican is commendsbly regain III habits. The pirest birds eater sh, and, after eating their fill, fly Mr young, who e...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 May 1919

'A'-iim Boost Pay tod nad TIm Bystander So 'it ALBIA NEWS. On April 27, 1919, memorial services in honor of the Bt. Bev. C. S. Shaffer, the esteemed bishop of the A. M. E. church. The life of the Bishop Q. S. Shaffer and works were-talked upon by Ed Butler and C. L. Washington and B. T. Lewis. The Missionary Society also gave a program. (VS* Opportunity for Negro Race. very often our editors of the white newspapers are publishing such splen did articles about the American Negro that I am prone to run some of them occasionally.' Below we are printing one run last week April 23 in the State Line Democrat of KeoSauque, Iowa, ed ited by Geo. W. Neafie: Several regiments of colored troops have returned from France, where they made a highly honorable record for gallantry in the line of duty. Some time since a colored regiment was mus tcred, out at Camp Dodge and another at Camp Grant near Bockford, 111. Among the former was a Keosauqua boy, Ed. Buckner. Five other Keosau qua colored boys ...

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

IfN !t Boost Pay and avad Tho Bystander XXV No. 45 Opportunity for Negro Race. go very often our editor* of the white f, newspapers we publishing such splen articles about the American Negro S\ that I «m prone to run some of them ••'If occasionally. Below we are printing -i one run last week April 25 in the State t• Line Democrat of Keosauque, Iowa, ed ited by Geo. W. Neafie: Several regiments of colored troops have returned from France, where they made a highly honorable record for gallantry in the line of duty. Some time since a colored regiment was mus tered. out at Camp Dodge and another at Camp Grant near Bockford, 111. Among the former was a Keosauqua boy, Ed. Buckner. Five other Keosau qua colored boys are in the service. In the world crisis the colored people have proved their devotion to our coun try and their country with their blood. The sense of gratefulness and obliga tion which all right-minded people niust feel towards them, might appropriately find expression by broa...

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

n. JV! |fe':' Albia Burlington .... Buxton/Iowa .. darlnda la...., Cedar Bapids.... »®X2STANDEK| 1 1 *r* .^i(MruBU8BMac6.,rirauH«Bf w»*om»s,idwA ^y &• .'TV- •-. ..-. KHN TERMS Or STJBSCBIPTIOir Ou6 y6ftf $1*50 disc luonths .75 Three months SO All subscriptions payable in advance. Send money by postoffice order, money order, express or draft, to The Bystander Company. Advertising ratas ..for display ads, 40 eents per inch, for each insertion. |f5Three to six months' contracts, 35 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting six words to a line. For churches and g?|secret societies where admission is I Uncharged, one-half of the above-men ^ytioned rates. For professional, legal said announcement cards, yearly con ^vtracts, etc., terms are given on appli ^».ation. All advertising t^ b? paid in advance. The Bystander is the only." Afro American journal published in Iowa, ,,and the oldest west of the Mississippi IC-fJliver that has never missed an ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 May 1919

crnr ^,::v 5P0B SALE. fdiw-rpom bungalows for sale, *e lot, water, gas and electricity.. ii payment down. $16.00 a month, telnding interest, $18.50. Call Black ktfS. POlt IALB. Three Vt Mr. Homer Jones of Keokuk, who was [employed in the Senate cloak room, left Past week for his home. Mr. R. Gr. Potter of Buxton, who was nploye-l in the legislature, went home ast week. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cooper, who •owned the Syndicate Cafe, near 10th •and Center Sts., have sold out to Mr. |Perry. Mr. Wm. Thompson of Ottumwa, who |was a veteran of the civil war, was em ployed in the legislature and left last (week for his home, Wm. I/. Tomlin, chief janitor of the [Senate cloak- room, says that he en Ijoyed his duties immensely. It was Kquite a rest from his old work. Rev. lof the Henry McCravens, chief janitor Iowa House cloak-room, says that [while he is glad to again mingle on the (streets with the Des Moines people, yet he did not, like to see his job stop. Mr. Fred Gresham of Cedar Rapids, Iow...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 May 1919

& r*5u E't» Wv a Ofy- J- I \t# FINE SUIT Samples Free! A book l«H of atatH nnplw la *B Jta W«* aateia iMHM.aad ww ftnaat ooalil* that bap. Mvmcr omat aaaa J® I"" (•miWI M'*' wd Miaul haa. Tour Suit Wont Cost a Cent 11 IN tiaw roar nit a*a pwM «a«J 'MHUM N«ipaW»j5 i»y—iu»» rou* fcaaa a lartaw waa'i aaat a aaat. W»an..——.. «a SM OO a awk »or aU ar w«ra Una •••dad. Saad a® otoaur—iu»» Ltoalti Woolen Mills Co., Chlcage DiptMi NEGRO SOLDIERS IN OUR WAR jsu Mr (N«w Book) J.,^ 1 austi* mswkiws co„ ~ta Klatk Street. WaaM*«t«a» D. C. Fabrlo Air Ducts. Fabric air. ducts have bean Invents# for us# in underground construction, having the advantage that they can bo easily femoved if blasting to be dona and as easily replaced. HERE IT IS. at tba H|i» la the G^tWarU War by S3£M AGENTS w! W/% W. Alliaaa Swaiff. anr book, fom «bw toe#*, on thj Tilwri SaUbaw aad their BpUadid Retard in tha %mm ss^Battla sk- a?.1 "vssff" ^G.O.'w.^oSlS" Monan Bid*., CMeaa* I". LONG 1 MIGHT Pit) WEUUTEUU YOU-VCMJR R...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 May 1919

-'iJ cv'f$v fa*- p- ." W* if* *'4 «'V,T' a krf» 4tr r» V«- W'W RtlJW, -7MF" FINE SUIT WW* Samples Free! A. book hill of dotH —mil all tt» Ittoat eolora ,««d wm Hi iiirt aoalitr that BMqr Imo nnmt mill yoor Mann, taataoMr aad ifaUiiwd I«m. N* t.tn our Suit Won't Cost a Cent Ml tlOJO week for Off win NonpniwM "«d a» noaey—,uei srour *m UimhiWwlMlllllhC0.,Chlcaf« D«pt.4t& NEGRO SOLDIERS IN OUR WAR (New Book) Yells all about the war It Is fair to Motored people. A tremendous Price only »«60. A*enU m^lnBr to flf a day. Send 25c quick for asears AUSTIH JlUfKIBTS CO.. HUtk Street, Wuhlavtn, D. O. Fabrlo Air Ducts. Fabric air ducts have been Invents# for us# In underground construction, having the advantage that they can be easily fomoved If blasting Is to be dons and as easily replaced. HERE IT IS. Awitoea N—«e in the Cheat WerM War by W. Alike* 8««nar. A new book, from cover to cover, on tho Celerei SoUUra and their gpladU Btnit iu th« Battla S— of Batef*. Cloth binding, 2.76 Bte CemU...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 May 1919

I men. ih tt Boost Pay and read The Bystander FHE good work of one man at THE CANTONMENT. gnra«j City Man in "7" at Camp Ip?. Dodge. Wm. H. Washington, a Kansas City maD) who went into the Y. M. C. A. service at Camp Dodge last July, has keen having a great time out there ac cording to what he writes. His first job was in the Y" tent in the tent city detention area, where 30,000 rookies passed through and spent four weeks in quarantine before starting their regular training. This was where the first Jazz band was organized It consisted of ten pieces ginning and was the be­ of the band that furnished the music for the shows and entertainments that did so much to drive away the homesickness of the men while they were so new to camp ways. Mr. Wash ington also had charge of arrangements for the shows that were put on by the The plan was for the different places represented in camp to each have a night when they would furnish the en tertainment. The St. Louis boys, Min neapolis, St. Paul...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 May 1919

^-,()-» gpr'" i, iP*«''f t»,.-IL.il. v*£*' «j A -1 iff Boo* P«7 and I*** Tha Bystander XXV No. 46 THE GOOD WOKE OF ONE MAN AT THE CANTONMENT. g^egg City Man In "Y" at Camp Dodge. ®5*v- Wm. H. Washington, a Kansas City rmRTi, who went into the Y. M. C. A. service at Camp Dodge last July, lias been, having a great time out there ac cording to what he writes. His first job was in the "Y" tent in the tent city detention area, where 30,000 rookies passed through and spent four weeks in quarantine before starting ,. their regular training. This was where the first Jazz band was organized It consisted of ten pieces and was the be ginning of the band that furnished the music for the shows and entertainments that did so much to drive away the homesickness of the men while they were so new to camp ways. Mr. Wash ington also had charge of arrangements for the shows that were put on by the men. The plan was for the different places represented in camp to each have night when they would furnish ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 May 1919

'4 is#\ ww IMM a» »*Sr $' Ik/ if fl &> StP $&*• 5 *2 \f 'dkv^Sv- I & 2 1 |j| I I $ '... i',r & a*.. •. 1 IMl 1 PS i- rv ,y":" ..:• BYSTANDER r- '*11 I I II I DM Mum, IOWA JOHN I*. THOMPSON, KHTOS FRIDAY, MAY », 1919 Published every Friday by tie By PoltiiaU»S Gosapany, Bca lows. OIm to Gknkal building, eorner Stmtb ud Mul berry rtmta. Thome, Walnut 899. Altered at the postofflee a* second dutter. TEBM8 OF 8UBSOBZPTZOH. ^0m yea* 9150 0Ls notttlu .75 Three mootbi 99 All subscriptions payable in advance. Bend money by poetoffiee order, money order, express or draft, to The ^Bystander Company. Advertising nU« for display ads, 40 eents per ineb, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 35 eenta per inch. Local advertising 10 eenta per line for each insertion, counting six Words to a line. For churches and lerrrt societies where admission is eharged, one-half of the above-men tioned rates. For professional, legal and announcement cards, yearly con tracts, etc...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 May 1919

I' \l I 'fe |K I kv If ^v^^Vv^jjS v* I 'v CITY LOCALS FOR SALE. Two four-room bungalows for sale, pice lot, water, gas and electricity. Small payment down. $16.00 a month. Including interest, $18.50. Call Black 1405. FOB SALE. Three modern houses, close in. Values from $2,500 to $3,500. $400 to $600 cash. Balance like rent. B. Joe Brown, 515 Mulberry St. Phone 1181 Walnut. FOR SALE. 4 room stucco bungalow, East Des Moines, water, gas and electricity, ap ple, cherry and grape vines all set out, chicken house and fence all built, nice garden spot. Fine location. $500 down, $16 per mo. Also some other small houses. Phone Black 1405. PERSONAL. Lieut. Wardlaw Mitchell of tiie 366th Infantry, formerly of Atlanta, Ga., ar rived in the city this week. Lieut. Mitchell expects to make Des Moines his future home. The Phyllis Wheatley Patriotic Club met at the heme of Mrs. Maud Taylor, 1214 Crocker, Wednesday afternoon. They adjourned to meet with Mrs. Anna Carr, 939 14th St., May 14th. All mem...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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