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

f»«.*»« PSwr K'-'Sw .3 -S II -Vi) Ms? &2>3 Sxw- grnde '£'~j w~- •. .* cf •'VS' 4v Ji*"•% ft* i* f'- McCree's Prescription Drug Store 1014 Center Strict Telephone Market 1485 Des Moines, lowa The road to GOOD LOOKS «^7 by using higli Kashmir Bleach, yanisbirig Cream and powder, 52 cents ii&xz:* High Brown Powder, 26 cents and 52 cents Straightening Combs, $1-00 Black and White Goods, 26 cents and 52 cents J|§ Send in jour mail orders now, including 8 cents postage.. Prompt attention given to your orders. Make money orders W?bIet° ~wr. TV ".'. Wade RMcCree Prescription Druggist ••lj'i A i. *. BEAUTY HELPS. We hare a complete Uife but space will not permit as to list all of them. Madam "Walker's If air Grower, Shampoo, Tetter Salve, 52 cents each Madam Walker's Clossine and J^ple m-37 cents each DBS MOINCS WWAW*1* •f*"'Jl-A \.jl r- -i a- •. *jF ~.r COHOA»«I 1f|C JOB EUlKTlJWj A«4*jT «»vAsj *1** 4 _» The kind you might to hove and when to toe it, that is tahen you really need...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 August 1919

H&M. 3|£ jftS? f» .j:: •'•T C5S9L 4 4 life' McCree's Prescription Drug Store *1 i#2cent9 'jjf'Wi'ft 1 'v I ,' *"-1 *r w* I. w+mmwmm mm ww a .** .t_« i- ... ui. .j omr timikiiateh. Our woTk THE k'bi'ji 4' IOJ^_Cir#rtiRr SCrtef S® S®£"M Telephone Market 1485 Des Moines, Iowa The road to GOOD LOOKS «V"Je easy by using high grade BEAUTY HELPS. We have a complete lirfe but space will not permit us to list all of them. Madam ,Walker's Hair Grower, Shampoo, Tetter Salve, 52 cents each Madam Walker's Olossine and Temple Grower* aim 37 cents each Kashmir Bleach, Vanishing Cream and Powder, High Brown Powder, 26 cent! and 52 cents ^#[Black and White Goods, 26 cents and 52 cents Send in your mail orders now, including 8 cents postage.. Prompt attention given to your orders. Make money orders 9 J*&1 '?. I k• Straightening Combs, $100 I'".' j, ^r^.^ade^H.' McCree Prescription Druggist DBS MOINES IOWA%^\ 4 FLOR DC The Cigar Supreme e'pri r.bifl At the price ^uir oe MELBA is belter, bigger...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 August 1919

5# $ I /4T B«oit Pay and fwdTM Bystander afe" I t' I S? if j*" #3 A 5\V- &tfr» *t „xT .- •.. «]ta *V if"p No. 7 y4W¥«W ^,4. The city of Bock Island is noted for its being the home of the United States arsenal, one of the largest in the United States, located on the island between the city of Davenport, la., and Bock Island, 111., where during the last year were between 20,000 and 25,000 'working, and now this force has been reduced to less than half this atuaber. There are several hundred col •red men working on the island. In Sock Island there are two churches the Jl M. £. pastored by Bev. and the Baptist pastored by Bev. Cibsoxi a middle aged active Christian leader, "While he has not been in the west very long, but he has united the young people and his church is crowded fall of the young people. His choir of about thirty children is an inspiring sight. These young people doing church work. The next noticeable thing was that Mr. Golden, who is scout master •f a troup of 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. — 8 August 1919

Boost Pmym'' and read The Bystander Sis Mfci- XXVI No. 7 :•*$ *n© 2%A ooinNo" sirrGEit. "We are proud to present to our many leaders "a picture of Carroll Curtley, one •f our Dtes Moines boys, who was born and raised here. He is the son of I. N. Curtley, now of Washington state. Young Curtley possesses a very -rare and fine sweet voice which has won the kearts of- the best musicians in our city. He will enter the Drake univer sity musical department under the spe cial direction of Dean. Cowper this fall, who "mil prepare him to lead a chorus •f singers to Europe. His parents are frond" of him and Des Moines should feel honored by having such a promis ing young man. He is a graduate from East Des Moines High school. BUXTON NEWS.' The Y. M. C. A. has anounced their big annual membership campaign, last year we increased our mem bership over a hundred, we expect to do as good or-better this year. Spirit, Mind and Body is the motto for which we stand, so join tHe "J£" today and beeome a ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 August 1919

*BN 3 vnew I~ THOMPSON, ED7T0* FRIDAY. AUG 8, 1919 Pabli&hed By- every Friday by tie PaUiiUi Cpapny, lows. Oflec tt Ocaieal baSdiaft earner Sereath sad Mul berry streets. Fhose, Walnut W». SMtered «t tike postoaice as eseaad •utter.' tbbms All or suBscBXprzoir. OBS yesT As months •K Three months .... nbteriptiou payable in adrtaee. ted mtmey money order, by poitofiee order, ezproi or -""jft, to The dystaader Company Advertising rai«s for display ads, 40 «mts per iseh, for each insertion. Three to six awatl»' contracts, 35 cent* per inch- Local advertising 10 cents per H«# tor each wor4s insertioncounting si* to a line. For churches and Meret societies where admission ii charged, one-half of the above-men tiened rates. For professional^ legal —J nawacemeBt cards, yearly con tracts, ete, terms are given on appli cation. All advertising is to be paid is advance.. "sfuf Official paper of the H. W. U. Grand £jodj£S ef Iowa, A. F. A A- and In leutkul Grand Cngmi of Heroines •f Jericho...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 August 1919

mT' H- ctn locals E. TBAOY BXIAGBTT&N REAL ESTATE AGENCY Dealer in Vacant Lots and Improved Property f," Phone D. 774 A GREAT BARGAIN. For sale my home of 5 rooms all on the ground floor, gas and electric lights. on street, Davenport, la. No. 5254-Y. I Two houses, one 6-room modern at 1143 Third street one 4 roomSj water and sewer at 1145 Third street. Mrs. Harry Shaw is spending a few week's vacation in Missouri. John L. Thompson returned home Fri day night after a fifteen-day business trip through Illinois. v£ Miss Minerva Graves passed through the city this week en route to her home Moulton, la., from Iowa City. Mr. Jesse Graves returned Monday to Chicago after visiting with her many friends and relatives the past week. Mrs. Jennie Proctor of Davenport is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ben Hack on Fourteenth street. tlllrs.' Ci W. Kelley entertained Mrs. Smith, J. W., and daughter to a 10 o'clock breakfast Sunday at her home on Fourteenth street. Mr. Thornton Graves returned hom...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 August 1919

fr Ma ?UK$K fSfcte* tt r3: II: .Z -a -J Jk -JS lfc©F I: f-' »j* V? Extfa Special U\ f'£ IN TOWN v* «sg4£»s!:i.v *9 WHAT IS BE8T tt-UfT FOB INDIGESTION? Mr. A. Bobinson of Drumquin, On ftrio, baa been troubled for years with £f% indigestion, and recommends Chamber- Ilain's Tablets as "the best medicine I •ver used.'' If troubled with indiges Ifetion or constipation give them a trial. |ft$Tliey are certain to prove beneficial. •*They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. Priee 25 cents. Telephone Market 1485 £fiS %»?^Z*7'' PLUSH COAT FOR FALL WEAR New arrivals just received. New style conceptions that are hits. This special is a sure winner and you should secure one of these prize special suits at McCree's Prescription Drug Store 10T4 Center Street road to GOOD LOOKS made easy by using high grade BEAUTY HELPS. We have a implete line but space will not petinit us to list fell of them. Save 35 to 33 1-3 per cent in our MIGHTY &*£» «.-.««*ns twi **«8i*ik *4y 'VV4 jr' \. ^*, Which ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 August 1919

!M$" l! f'C* Boost Pay and re«4 Tbe Bystander Er- fe. eolered ty- IS S*. ft'1 I the Louis A 1 Mv If 'jfc."* if Although Mrs. Mary B. Talbert, pres ident ef the N. A. C. W., was the last to leave for France, the work that she has been able to accomplish will no doubt bring favorable results for our people. Together with Mrs. Helen M. Curtie, who was the first eolored woman to go abroad, early in the war, they were at Gamp Romaigno, and gave much en couragement to the colored soldiers who put *a #»o biggest job in France, the burying of the 26,000 American soldiers slain the Argonne forest and around Verden. Mrs. Talbert was indeed fortunate to be aseeeiated with Mrs. Curtis, who act ed aa interpreter for her upon several occasions. Through Monsieur Blaise Diague, members of the French senate, a confer «ne» iros arranged with Madam Jules Siegfried, president of the National CouiMiii ef French women, whose hus band ii the president of the French sen ate. Thes* ladioa wore received, by ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 August 1919

i' DVCT Wo A XTTM? «08M THOMPSON, ED3TOR *n FRIDAY, AUG 15, 1919 Mb)UM «f«y Friday by tks By mmmii i- PiUisUss Company, Des Ifsim. lows. OSes la Chaadeal MUiaft earstt Serastk aad Mnl H|] beny streets* PImss, Wataiai 999. m] Entered at tks pastdBeo sj fe TERMS OF SUBSCKI7YZ0V. O*. year fti months J5 Three swaths *50 All subscriptions psyabls ia advance. Bead aouy by pnitoffiee order, «o*y order, exptess or to The Bystander Company Advertising raUa for display ads, 40 aati per iaeh, for each insertion Three to six swaths' contracts, 35 cents per iaeh. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting six words to a liae. For ehnrehes aad •srrnt societies where admission is charged, one-half of the above-men tkmed rates. For professional, legal —a announcement cards, yearly con tracts, etc., terms are given on appli- HOWARD UNIVERSITY NEWS NOTES. «,VW •. Plans of the 'Greater Howard"—Pres ident Durkee's Inauguration to Take Place in November—Changes Indicat Mpiag Forwar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 August 1919

fjRLl^ mw 1 ^.jf.i.jusrf, ,.? Vt-« CITY LOCALS B. TBAOY BLAGBU1CT WV.AT, ESTATE AGENCY Dealer in Vacant Lots and Improved Property Phone D. 774 Two new bungalows for sale, party modern. Also four-room house for rent in Highland Park. Phone Black 140."» A GREAT BARGAIN. For sale, my home of 5 rooms all on the ground floor, gas and electric lights. A cool house and chickcn house lot 62x 150 at 609 Twentieth avenue, Bock Is land, III. Will sell part doT\*n and bal ance on payments. Call or write Mrs. flattie Lambert, 329 West Tenth street, Davenport, la. No. 5254-W Davenport. NOTICE. The columns of this page are open for news, personal and social. If you hare a guest or if you entertained in honor of a guest or for any activities of eluba and churches kindly call Wal. 890 and we will gladly take it over the phone. It is up to you to help the social editress make this a live up to the minute page of local events. SPECIAL NOTICE. On account of a general nervous breakdown, Mrs. Andrew Mor...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 August 1919

MI ¥0 W" p] iFj r*l 4 HI BI i^ r! W, FJ L1t S*-1 P| f4i'i PROTECTION OF 1 1 M& Vl BBAXOH, B(j Wat. H. Harper, B. S., St. D„ Freedmen's Hospital, 4 W as in to Artificial Infant Feeding. Whttt aad only when the supply of I* ther'i milk is defective or when gib He »»lili«« of the nipples or eonstitu v. tonal diseases reader nursing inadvis at»!\, aad this should be determined by phfaieiaje: should artificial feeding IM resorted to- Numerous so-called in fifcat feeds are advertised for this pur jne, bii ant of them are very defec tfret tkat for practical purposes cows aftiik im ernes form is the only available a#xtiisU fer the mother's milk. lln tihtammUijr, however, it differs marked fr»m the latter in composition, and -, ^|ier the aeit favorable circumstances is eal|r a* imperfeet substitute for it. Bat, after carefully testing cow's milk efcaiaieally and comparing it with mother'« milk, we find that it is slight ly A«id ia reaction, and has a specific gravity of 1.029 to 1.033. I...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 August 1919

tv J* 4" 35t-?t «4« V".: iWik "vmr pboteotiok of health, & Wq Wm. H. Harper, B. S., JSC. D. n't", ml iitt, after carefully testing cow's milk chemically and comparing it with •tether 'e milk, we find that it. is slight ly aeid ia reaction, and has a specific gravity of 1.029 to 1.033. Its average oompooitien is: Proteids, 4 per cent fats, 4 per cent sugar, 4.5 per cent and salts .7 per cent. It is apparent, therefore that it contains less fat and augsur, and more proteids and salts than •aether's milk, and consequently can net be used in its natural form, but must first be modified in some way. A«d plonse remember that modified oow's milk is far better than any of the advertised artificial infant foods. A mother owes it not only to herself and family, but to lier race and humanity wlicn she can not nurse her child, to see that it gets the best man can give and that i» some form of modified cow's milk. Just because it must be pre pared fresh and is less expensive than nwi 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. — 22 August 1919

v\ ,? vir1-'/ v'.V* h* Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXVI No. 9 A SUCCESSFUL SESSION. The twenty-third annual grand ses sion of the International Order of Twelve, Sir Knights and Daughters of Tabor of Iowa and jurisdiction con vened in the Taborian hall at the cor ner of Second and Eighth avenues in the city of Clinton, Aug. 5, 6, 7 and 8. Tuesday—Promptly at 10 a. m. Sir Edward Boberson, C. G. M., Marshall town ealled the grand temple and tab ernacle to order. Dt. Mattie Brooks, I. G. A. P., Des Moined led in. ritual istic work while Sir S. S. Bates, C. G. O., Des Moines had charge of the devo tional exercises. On Tuesday evening a splendid pro gram was rendered with Dt. P. J. Nott as mistresS of ceremonies. Welcome ad dresses and responses were the leading feature of this program, also a recep tion in honor of the delegates. Wednesday—Wednesday morning Sir S. A. Jordan, I. C. G. M., of the world arrived from Little Bock, Ark., Sir. J. B. Roberts, G. P. P. Des Moines pres ented ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 August 1919

Boost I Pay and read The Bystander XXVI No. 9 A SUCCESSFUL SESSION. The twenty-third annual grand ses sion of the International Order of Twelve, Sir Knights and Daughters of Tabor of Iowa and jurisdiction con yened in the Taborian hall at the cor lier of Second and Eighth avenues in the city of Clinton, Aug. 5, 6, 7 and 8 Tuesday—Promptly at 10 a. m. Sir Edward Roberson, C. G. M., Marshall town called the grand temple and tab ernacle to order. Dt. Mattie Brooks, I. G. A. P., Des Moined led in ritual istic work while Sir S. S. Bates, C. O., Des Moines had charge of the devo tional exercises. On Tuesday evening a splendid pro grans was rendered with Dt. P. J. Nott as mistress of ceremonies. Welcome ad dresses and responses were the leading feature of this program, also a recep tion ill honor of the delegates. Wednesday—Wednesday morning Sir S. A. Jordan, I. C. G. M., of the world arrived from Little Rock, Ark., Sir. J. R. Roberts, G. P. P. Des Moines pres •ented the I. C. G-. M. to Si...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 August 1919

i?SH jtm*m :|pjj»»»r s®-$ V»sV MkiVZi Wt ^^roBUSDNQoo.,nBiiaBBr JOHW L» THOMP8QN, EP3IOR FRIDAY,-AUG 22, If 19 J»ablished •very JPriday by tk« By PoblisMag Company, Des Moiaes, Iowa. OJBce IB Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mai- Jberry streets. Pbome, Walnut 899. JMtred at the postofllee a» escond matter. TBEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $L50 Btz months 75 Three month* -5® All subscriptions payable in advanee. gfn^ money by postoffiee order, money order, express or *'aft, to The Bystander Company p' Advertising ratos for display ads, 40 pBoeats per inch, for each insertion. m$Three to six month*' contract*, 35 cent* |§|per inch. Local advertising 10 cents at per line for each insertion, counting six inwards to a line. For churches and sec tit societies where admission is «h*Zged, one-half of the above-men te* tinned rates. For professional, legal iilaad announcement cards, yearly con S tracts, ete^ terms are given on appli- All advertising is to be paid tn advance. Official pap...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 August 1919

5?. KW 1 1 Wr:~^ CITY LOCALS j. TRACY BLAGBURN Notary Public pr AT, ESTATE AGENT Vacant Lots and Improved Property .1, j«ffersou Are. Phone Drake 774 Des Moines, Iowa JAMES B. MORRIS Attorney at Law 1 have 2 strictly modern bungalows sale. One house 8 rooms, and oth- L®. also small acreages in farm lauds. Public 515 Mulberry St. Phone W. 1181. j^urnished room for rent to man and ,ife for light housekeeping. Call Black £559 evenings. A GREAT BARGAIN. For sale my home of 5 rooms all on Le ground floor, gas and electric lights. Mcool house and chicken house lot 62x h$ at 609 Twentieth avenue, Eock Is nd, ID. Will sell part down and bai lee on payments. Call or write Mrs. lattie Lambert, 329 West Tenth jtr'eet, Davenport, la. No. 5254-Y. avenport. NOTICE. 1 The columns of this page are open [for news, personal and social. If you ire a guest or if you entertained in of a guest or for any activities ebbs and churches kindly call Wal. land we will gladly take it over the ne. It is up to yo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 August 1919

fjj^ WT ?$T ORIGINAL NOTICE. |a the District Court of Polk County, Iowa. Susie Thomas, Plaintiff, vs. Doc. Thomas, Defendant: You are hereby notified that the peti tion of the plaintiff in the above en titled cause is now on file in the office •f the Clerk of the District Court of Polk County, Iowa, claiming of yon a divorce on the grounds of desertion. For full particulars see petition. And that unless you apear and de fend on or before noon of the second day of next, September, 1919, term of this court, which will commence at Des Moines, Iowa, on the 2nd day of Sep tember, 1919, default will be entered against you and judgment and decrce rendered thereon. Dated at Des Moines, Iojwa, this 7th day of August, 1919. JOHN L. THOMPSON, Among Newest Arrivals Are Smart Tailored Blouses Attorney for Plaintiff. OXIOQTAXi NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Polk County, Septem ber term, A. D". 1919. Solomon Brown, Plaintiff, vs. Lucy Brown, Defendant. To Luey Brown...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 August 1919

Kt fe3,4|v-' I.' W elastic waist band, Another style ,' ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Cpurt of Polk County, Iowa. Susie Thomas, Plaintiff, VS. Doc. Thomas, Defendant: You are hereby notified that the peti tion of the plaintiff in the above en titled cause is now on file in the office •f the Clerk of the District Court of Polk County, Iowa, claiming ofiy°l,a divorce on the grounds of desertion. For full particulars see petition. "And that unless you apear and de fend on or before noon of the second day of next, September, 1919, term of this court, which will commence at Des Moines, Iowa, on the 2nd day of Sep tember, 1919, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon. Dated at Des Moines, Ioiwa, this 7th day of August, 1919. JOHN L. THOMPSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Polk County, Septem ber term, A. D". 1919. Solomon Brown, Plaintiff, vs. Lucy Brown, Defendant. To Lucy Brown: You...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 August 1919

Ir StV 9 1 l?* b«r. iS ial ial. in Boost Pay and the I fe p.- S2t._ .t read The Bystander V" 1 XXVI No. 10 S3s& Vj tf fer innual TJie twentieth annual meeting of tjie y#fional Negro-Business Men's League I held its session at- the large coliseum on I corner of Jefferson and Washington avenues, Aug. 12, 14 and 15. It was a successful meeting, largely attneded by business, professional men, also educa tors, and farmers. Fully 1,000 visitors •were in attendance." The coliseum will seat about 20,000 people and the closing evening,"*fuliy 10,000 colored people attended to hear the address to be to be delivered by Colonel eolonel Otis B. Duncan, the present of the famous Eighth Illinois (the 370tlx). Colonel Duncan delivered |a v.ery line and scholarly address pay the highest' tribune to the colored [soldiers. He was introduced by that ^brilliant soldier Captain Byrd of Spring field, 111. After Colonel Duncan's ad Idress more than 500 c'ouples tripped the tlight fantastic. Many new da...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 August 1919

'jKl* »«. -:''i, Boost Pay and re»d I" »a. ilc' The km SK^** SSSS^T Bystander XXVI No. The twentieth anriufil meeting of tjie Rational Negro-Business Men's League held its session at the large coliseum on the corner of Jefferson and Washington avenues, Aug. 12, 14 and 15. It was a successful meetings largely attneded by business, professional men,- also educa tors, and farmers. Fully ,1,000 visitors Were in attendance. The coliseum will seat about 20,Q00 people- and the closing evening,•fully 10,000 colored people attended to hear the address to be to be delivered by Colonel Otis B. Duncan, the present colonel of the famous Eighth Illinois (the 370th). Colonel Duncan delivered a yery fine and scholarly address pay* ^ing the highest tribune to the colored soldiers. He was introduced by that E brilliant soldier Captain Byrd of Spring (field, 111. After Colonel Duncan's ad dress more than 500 couples tripped the light fantastic. Many new danees were {introduced. The program proper was ...

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