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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 June 1919

fy *i\ A) ht^ Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXV No. 50 EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS (By John L. Thompson.) Again the time of the year 1919 has come whea we must begin the great •work of collecting the annual subscrip tion from our many hundreds of sub scribers located in the great northwest, however arduous and unpleasant it may be yet somebody must do that work along with that work a question with the Bystander that the collector shall observe in each town the progress that our leading men and women are mak ing in their various cities and town and go inform our many readers throughout this country. We think such observa tions when published are indeed appre ciated by our readers and the facts «tated is true and reliable. Therefore these observations by your editor are beneficial to the colored race in many ways, at least there are three positive good in observation: 1st. It encour ages the colored person to live right and strive harder to become an influ ential citizen in his community...

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 June 1919

WM w: '*to?v W Boost Pay and read Th« Bystander XXV No. 50 Bov. One of her sons, Frank Bryant, is the only one of them now living here. He is a good, reliable, steady man, hav ing work for one firm for 25 years. He is now manager of the U. S. Express Co. office, owning his. own wagons and team and owns good property. W. Grif fin is a repair mechanic in an automo bile company. The Mr. John and J. A. Draden are new people here, but own their homes, doing well. Mr. L. W. Jackson and Mrs. M. A. White are still here. The former is* a well digger and says that has all the work that he can do. Our next stop was Creston. Here live only a few colored people. Hawkins is still running the shining parlor. Mr. L». H. Grant and M. Young are enrolled as new subscribers here to the Bystander. Mr. Ealey Baldwin, mother and. brother still live out oii their farm about two miles east of Cres ton. They are farming as usual on a large scale. They control 417 acres of some of the best land In Iowa. They ...

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 June 1919

•MMtiUu •T'T12 BYSTANDER Ml jaibam Albia Burlington .... Buxton, Iowa .. Clarinda. Ia.... Cedar Bapids... centerville .... Chillicothe, Mo.. Clinton Council Bluffs.. Davenport Galesburg, 111... Keokuk, Ia Knoxville, Iowa Macon, Mo. Mason City Moberly. Mo.... Moline, 111 Monmouth. IiL. Omaha, Neb. ... Oskaloosa Ottumwa. Ia Bock Island, 111 St. Paul, Minn.. Quincy, 111 pubushwo oo. pububbbbt p«a mup—s. ^fpTlTraOMPSON, EDITO* iFRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919 PkblMwd every Friday by ike By itaadw1 Publiihias Compamy, Dei Moines, Iowa. Ofllee I* Chemical bnildiig, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, Walnut 899. JBntered at the poatoffieo aa eecond taa matter. TBBM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One yea* $1.60 BIt months »T5 Three months .60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Send money by postoffice order, money order, express or draft, to The Bystander Company. Advertising ratis for display ads, 40 icnts per inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 35 cents por inch- Local advertis...

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 June 1919

rr- •"5® 5»!^ £V* T*L ''«f^i. v*H($ifV *$&*&**% M* H, CITY LOCALS HELP WANTED. Wanted—2 reliable colored chamber maids, also colored first cook and dish washer for first class hotel cafe. Ad dress L. Jorgensen, Shenandoah, Iowa, stating lowest salary acceptable. For Sale—3 four room houses in East pes Moines. Call evenings. Black 1405. OLUBS. The Mary Church Terrell Club met Monday evening with Mrs. Pearl Thompson at the McCree Tea Boom. Will meet next Monday evening with Ms. Joburness Kelso, at which time Miss Hyde will give her report on the meeting of the Federation. On Monday night four of the Step Lively girls, the Mioses Mildred Griflin, Jerada Clay, Osceola Jones and Lilly Anderson, assisted by Mr. Thomas Har ris and Master McCraven, entertained the soldiers in the Auditorium at Fort Des Moines. The individual numbers were each so greatly appreciated that they were repeated. Miss Mitehell entertained the club leaders of the War Camp Community Service at a six o'clock ...

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 June 1919

gi 5r wjrt"£ =. The culinary department, with Miss Bessie Bose and Mrs. Nannie Owen in charge, served lunches and refreshments to all who came, and made a fine show ing. The laundry uepartment. with Mes dames. Berdie Williams and PearJ, Buck ney in charge, was second to none ever held in this section of the country. Mrs. Carrie Smith had charge of the school exhibits, and various lines of work were carefully and ably shown. Fancy Work Booth. The home-made textile and fancy work booth, with Mesdames Selby John son and V. Olive Phillips in charge, surprised not only the superintendent, but every visitor and judge. The min imum value of the two hundred articles exhibited is $1,000. In size these arti cles ranged from a handkerchief to a bed quilt or spread. In value they ranged from 10 cents to $50. The prizes were as follows: Best silk quilt—Mrs. Mary N. Brown. Best cotton quilt—Mrs. Selby John stin. Prettiest pillow top—Miss Ella Wel den. Best .embroidered centerpiece—Mrs. Jennie Sno...

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

w# t' rflft »w If It I ft w. fS R^UT** "i ,v y* "sir lif hfr i* if VNV -J.- r.ii l4\ vt 8 If i* Ik It Ik It Ik It fey K.3 -v. fp KEOKUK, IOWA., The Negro industrial fair at Pilgrim Rest church was very successful. There were five distinct departments, and each vied with the other in mak ing this event one hundred per cent. The Poro booth was in. charge of Mrs. Lettie N. Payne as superintend ent, assisted by Mrs. Selby Johnson, who at the close presented both judges •ad visitors with souvenirs and exhib ited a splendid display of products for the promotion of growth and beautify ing the hair. The culinary department, witli Miss Bessie Rose and Mrs. Nannie Owen in charge, served lunches and refreshments to all who came, and made a fine show ing. The laundry ut-|Hfimcnt. with Mes damcs. Bcrdie Williams and Pear], Buck ley in charge, was second to none ever held in this section of the country. Mrs. Carrie Smith had charge of the school exhibits, and various lines of work were carefully ...

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 June 1919

1 r&-v Booct Pay «nd read Th« Bystander XXV No. 51 Indian j4*"IKis I a W •^Sp'ip-'C'V-*- "^a^»M«I^T. .. Capitol Bkig Historic* r.fltate EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS (By John L. Thompson.) This city is one of tlie oldest estab lished on the Missouri river. Council Bluffs, so named because in the early '. period of the state the Indians would hold their tribal council here, where several tribes chiefs with the American agents would hold council and fix their boundary lines between differ ent tribes. It was here that the great Mormon exodus across the American desert led by Brigham Young stopped a year on their pilgrimage from Navoo, 111., to Salt Lake City. We have here about 1,000 colored peo pie, two churches, the A. M. E., pas tored by Bev. N. B. Bhonenee, a native of Jamaica. He is doing well. He will chronicle the Bluffs news this year. The Baptist church, pastored by Rev. M. Jackson. He is in a struggle to finish his church. They are plastering it now and hope to be in it by July 4...

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 June 1919

I .'• I- Boost P*y and read The Bystander XXV No. 51 EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS (By John L. Thompson.) This city is one of the oldest estab lished on the Missouri river. Council Bluffs, so named because in the early period of the state the Indians would hold their tribal council here, where several tribes* chiefs with the American Indian agents would hold council and fix tlieir boundary lines between differ ent tribes. It was here that the great Mormon exodus across the American desert led by Brigham Young stopped a year on their pilgrimage from Navoo, 111., to Salt Lake City. We have here about 1,000 colored peo ple, two churches, the A. M. E., pas tored by Rev. N. R. Blionenee, a native of Jamaica. He is doing well. He will chronicle the Bluffs news this year. The Baptist church, pastored by Rev. M. Jackson. He is in a struggle to finish his church. They are plastering it now and hope to be in it by July 4th. Mr. N. C. Lyon has left the hotel and is now forking for a shoe store. Mr. N....

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 June 1919

g* kit1 1 -or ft"! jJli»*POBUSHI»OC.,*TMUFHK«f £vf J? JOHN THOMPSON, EDITOR Wr-^W: 1 JIM III III ——I 5 J" FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 19» Published every Friday by the By atandoj* Publishing Company, DM •, Moines, lows. Offlce In Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry stxfeta. Phone, Walnut 809. Entered at the poetofflee liasa matter. AII it subscriptions payable in advance. Bend money by postoffice order, money order, express or draft, te The Bystander Company. Advertising rat»s for display ads, 40 tents per inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 35 cents per ineh. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting six words to a line. For churches and secret societies where admission is eharged, 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. The Bystander is the only Afro Aiperican journal published in Iowa, and...

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 June 1919

CITY LOCALS HELP WANTED. Wanted—2 reliable colored chamber maids, also colored first cook and dish washer for first class hotel cafe. Ad dress L. Jorgensen, Shenandoah, Iowa, stating lowest salary acceptable. TOR SALE. For Sale—4 room house, 360G North Union St., $1,075, $100 cash, $15.00 per month. Call Drake 4349W. WANTED. 1 would like to get in touch with my sister, Rosie Jackson. Write to Annie Brookins, care J. J. Grier, Chesterfield, Des Moines, Iowa. THE COMMUNITY MEETING. The first of these splendid meetings will be held Sunday, June 15th, at the Union Congregational church, corner 30th and Park Sts. It will be a good meeting. The purposes and plans of the meet ings will be outlined and the dates will be set. Come and be in the organiza tion. These meetings will be of, for, and by the people. Questions will be asked and answers will be sought and given Any and all questions pertaining to the welfare and development of the com mmiity. We are seeking ihe consent of splen did m...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 June 1919

Oj,: V- ,V,i ?§y, *jy«f ™Si a 'j.J ™hb PROTECTION OP HEALTH. i•*: By Wni. H. Harper, B. 8., M. D. Care of the Hair. In both children and adults the scalp should be kept clean. This is best ac complished bv shampooing and carefully drying the hair. As a general rule men should wash their heads every two weeks and women every three weeks, but if exposed to much dirt and dust this washing must be more frequently practiced. Under no condition must the washing be so freouent as make the hair dry, for this leads to its falling. The hair should be rubbed dry with a towel—the hot air from an electric urier is not good for the scalp or hair. Then a small amount of vaseline or weet almond oil should be rubbed on (he scalp. Ccirlnng. A good comb lias long, wide, thick teeth that are perfectly 6mooth and not sharp. The fine toothed rurab is of value onlv in removing nits from the hair, and in disentangling it. A comb should be cleaned every few dfvs by wiping v.'ith some disinfectant. Brushing,...

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 June 1919

I \l- «ate Cajrftol BI«j? HfstsrfM '4v ,V ItQM «\t ft M» *•**,, Boost Pay and read The p.V" Bystander XXV No. 52 EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS (By John L. Thompson.) Sioux City, the progressive, fast grow ing city in the great northwest, which is the second largest city in Iowa, is a beautifully located city on the Missouri river. Here lives about 75,000 people, of which about 1,500 are colored and a few Indians. In fact, one can see near ly all nationalities here. We believe that there are more buildings now in course of erection than any city that we have visited. There is a steady in crease in the colored immigrants and -they are finding employment at good wages, both sexes. There are two churches, the Baptist, presided over by Bev. Crushon, who is ripe by age and experience. He has & large attendance. Then the A. M. E. There are two secret societies, the .Masonic Lodge and Odd Fellows, and several ladies clubs, two pool halls, five barber shops, no restaurants. Chas. Watkins has jus...

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 June 1919

ivc A 1 &{ Vf fe: kt L'Ss^JK, 1® •». Ai fife ", jrl$. Jk-^V 1 rr*z bystander tort *art*a PUBLJSHWG co., PUBLHHBKF PES Mtfawa fTHW-y JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR PabliShed everr~*Wday "by. the 3y •tsadw Publishing Company, Moinea, Iowa. Oflet in.' Chemical ,« building, comer Bevrtith and Mul berry streets. Phone, Walnut 899. *, Entered at the postolBce as second alass matter. TBBMS OP SUB8CBIPTION. One year ........ r0iz months .75 Three months .....'., All subscriptions payable in advance. Bend money by postolfice order, money order, express or draft, to The Bystander Company. Advertising ratm for display ads, 40 ^"aents per inch, for each insertion. Three to six montha' contracts, 35 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting six words to a line. Por churches and secret societies where admission ia charged, one-^ialf of the above-men ,tioned rates. For professional, legal Tand announcement cards, yearly ..con tracts, etc., terms are given on ap...

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 June 1919

A PP" i'WvHHfr* The members of the Step Lively Girls Community Club had charge of the serv ing at the weekly Open House at the Army Club last Sunday evening. The members of the "Be Square Circle" visited Fort Des Moines last week and distributed flowers and cigar ettes through the various wards. Army Club No. 2, under the direction of Mr. Wright, secretary, held a picnie at MacBae Park Thursday afternoon wMcju.: wa« ... jgrreatly fou'oyed—..In the -evening the young people enjoye'd danc ing by Dysarts Jazz-Orchestra. QUILTING. See Miss Morris for quilting at her new residence, 523 So E. 20th St. Will give prompt and good service at her mother's home, Mrs. Jane Brown. Roy E. Handy J. W. Bland Handy and Bland Funeral Director Qolden Rule Services Oolden Rule Prices PHONE MARKET 1488 6oo Eight Street Des Koines, Iowa See SAM BURNS for an up»to»date box back suit, cloth in stock for your selection. We have a high grade line off furn ishings and shoes. We do cleaning pressing and all kin...

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 June 1919

ft li- r" Ef 1 \i IH"' «aJE& il kwy-.'-gg .h ,U^ f\tVi i-z TOVI DODGE, IOWA. The Masonic installation wu held at the Odd fellows hilLTuesdtj night. 'Little Florence Hill has been very •irk for the last few days. Mr. and Mrs. Steppe were hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coleman at Sunday dinner. sSf£ Children's Day at Coppen A. M. E. afehurch Sunday was a feature of great to the children, First Samuel, 3-4 verses |Efere am I. Subject: God is still call iag. His discourse was quite interest ing to all At night the children rendered a pro gram which was a unique affair. A most helpful contribution to the cause of Christ and a signal' of a growing in terest in the heart of the children to be come a part in the great work of the church. The funeral services of Mr. John Britten was held at the A. M. £. church Monday. Bev. N. B. Jones officiated. His illness was of but three days. Was only a representative of our city about two months. Mrs. C. Coffman, F. Turner, F. Cole nan, T. Franklin, Mi...

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 June 1919

m?r i: *$?y?.W/*£ Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXVI No. 1 EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS (By John L. Thompson.) Ames, Iowa.—The home of the larg est and best agricultural college in the world. Tuakegee college is the largest Industrial college in the world here. Here are only a few colored citizens possible half dozen families perhaps the oldest in point of residence are our young friends, Mr. and. Mrs. Gaiter, who came here about Twelve years ago and have purchased himself a nice home, is doing nicely. He has a family of three chil dren. Mrs. G. W. Madison, a young man, Mr. G. W. Madison, a young man, who a few years years ago, came up from Texas and took a regular course, graduated with honors and decided to go into the plumbing business in this city as a contractor. He did so about four years ago. He married a beautiful damsel about two years ago. They own a very beautiful modern stucco home and he has one of the best plumbing offices in this town and he is busy all the time. .All of ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 June 1919

4 4 Vs I. 5 fcv I I I ||fj Imi 1?/ 1 TTT^ td BYSTANDER _^6*»rOBLI3HWOCO.,rUB^«SH*Bf DBS Moaa«w.gT«n^ WOHN I» THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1919 Pablished every Friday by the By ituder Publlslii»«r Company, Dec Moines, Iowa. Offlee In Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry streets. Phone, Walnut 899. Bnteted at the postofflca as eseond •lass matter. TERMS OF SUBSCBTPTION. One year #LSO 6iz months 75 Three months SO All subscriptions payable in advance. Send money by postoffice order, money order, express or draft, te The Uyatander Company. Advertising ratis for display ads, 40 tents per inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 35 eents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting six words to a line. For churches and secret societies where admission it 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 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. — 27 June 1919

r?-1 .. fe'' •-.'-" rrrv rt nr HELP WANTED. Wanted—2 reliable colored chamber maids, also colored first cook and dish washer for first class hotel cafe. Ad dress L. Jorgensen, Shenandoah, Iowa, stating lowest salary acceptable. FOB SALE. For Sale—4 room house, 3606 North Union St., $1,075, $100 cash, $15.00 per month. Call Drake 4349W. FOB SALE. 6 room modern home. good, condition, new fuYnace, full -lot, garden, paved itreet, at $3,100, $500 to $700 cash, bal ance like rent. Mr. Reynold, 416 Kraft Bldg. Phone D. 2018. E. TRACY BLAGBURN REAL ESTATE AGENCY Dealer in Vacant Lots and Improved Property Phone D. 774 FOR SALE. Tour-room bungalow, water, gas elec tricity, toilet, screens, porch, $2,250 Phone Black 1405 evenings. QUILTING. Miss Harriett Alexander, daughter of Mr. Price Alexander, 3635 Cornell street has returned home from State Univer sity to spend her vacation. MrS. Irma Mixon and little daughter, left Tuesday morning for Indianola, Iowa, to attend the graduating exereises...

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 June 1919

SRWBS" HAMMOCKS Our offering-id this line is oi_e of exceedingly high quality and unusual low price. They are famous qualities and priced from $1.50 to $6.50 BATHING SUITS Riverview Suits in at tractive colors and show fine Rubber Bathing Caps. Come here for your bath ing outfit. NOTICE or mi. m0m¥ \tl SPORTING GOODS OUTING OUTFITS '-, Whatever you want in the line of Outing goods or Sporting goods you'll find it here. Our store can supply you with everything in that line—especially priced and without doubt lower than you can get at any other place in the west. Call and see. TENUIS Do you erjoy the public tennis courts? We have Nets, Racquets, Markers, Tennis Balls and Tennis Shoes that stand up under strong playing. If you like tennis let us fit you out complete. Anything needed is found here at reasonable prices. BASE BALL What game is more interesting to you than Base Ball? What do you like to play better? If you feel like "getting in" we Jiave your uniform---your cap-- your pant...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 July 1919

.../-v- dL WW •, A ,.- 'W- .j ^\r &$-*> Boost Pay and read The Bystander St&te Capitol BMR to?"*. A **«mr ••••rft XXVI No. 3 Thirty-second annual meeting of the Most Worshipful United Grand Lodge A F. & A. M. for Iowa and her juris diction. On Sunday, July 6 the Grand Officers and many past grand officers came into Des Moines to assist "in laying the cor ner stone of the A. M. E. Zion Church, which was performed Sunday afternoon at Eighteenth and Scott streets. The Grand Master W. W. Grass assist ed by Deputy Grand Master John E. Bradford, Bight W. G. S. Warden, WilK Jam Headley of Clarinda, Iowa (act ing) Right W. G. J. Warden, W. P. "Wade of Omaha Grand Treasurer John D. Reeler, Mason City Grand Secretary U. R. Rose of Dubuque, Grand Custo dian C. C. Johnson of Des Moines. A lodge of Master Mason was opened and the Giaii.i a-~^.bo tip after which the Grand Master announced the, fol lowing *com'mitteeSj: Credential, F. S. Johnson, J. R. Crosswiat, H. Gold. Grand Mast...

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