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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 October 1919

*•. f,* 1 mmy Sr-t Mi Ti A'. t, 5 W( e* if, ij Cj m/ (f MACON NEWS. jf Mrs. Pauline Lawson entertained v-t about twenty little tots at her home on Broadway street Thursday afternoon in honor of her little son's birthday, John Adam Lawson being two years old. A dainty cake adorned with candles told the secret of his age. The little tots vt enjoyed themselves to the utmost. After the luncheon was served they de parted for home wishing for another evening of enjoyment. Those who as sisted in serving, Mrs. P. Lawson, Miss Gussie Joaes and Miss Mildred Web ster. Mr. John Lobbins of Chicago, 111., 'i*^ was the guest of Miss Sofronia Johnson Monday. s. Rev. Pox is taking his vacation. Mrs. Eliza Miller Johnson of Kansas "f^-and her daughter are visiting in the k'4 the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Wilbur 'Brooks. s5t Rev. P. C. Crewes preached an ei eellent sermon Sunday evening. I A very quiet and pretty wedding oc ,vcurred Friday evening, Oct. 10 at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cooper. The '"V...

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 October 1919

tl-' JH ^'liOWew! for flie year kM Mrs. Si mt tk -v. 4 LI NCOLPLf INSTITUTE Jefferson City, Mo. For further information, address Clement Richardson, President. .... •... macon news. Pau'ine Lawson entertained about twenty little tots at her home on Broadway street Thursday afternoon in honor of her little son's birthday, John Adam Lawson being two years old. A dainty eake adorned with candles told the secret of his age. The little tots enjoyed themselves to the utmost. After the luncheon was served they de & parted for home wishing for another evening of enjoyment. Those who as |f sisted in serving, Mrs. P. Lawson, Miss Oussie ones and Miss Mildred Web ater. Mr. John Lobbins of Chicago, 111., $ was the guest of Miss Sofronia Johnson Monday. Mrs. Hanger of Omaha, Neb. is vis %'iting frien-is in the city. Mr. Walter Davis visited in Clinton, and Des Moines. the flatter part of the week. Rev. Fox is taking his vacation. Mrs. Eliza Miller Johnson of Kansas and her daughter are visit...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 October 1919

m-" Boost Pay And read The Bystander iA -A' Hf I vwe f"8ss$ XXVI No. 18 ViNj11, C%4x\t. V% From Kirksville, Missouri up into grand old Iowa, the finest of ten thou sands, the brightest star in the galexy .t of the American union. Iowa,the home of 3,000,000 people prospering upon her, ilch undulating drift soil, the greatest (^agricultural state in the union and the richest. She was the first state in the "union to wipe from the statute book the obnoxious. black laws. We had only traveled a few miles in Iowa until we had heard the almost forgotten ting \ting'and saw the electric street cars, ,-a sound and a sight that we had not ^.seen while traveling in Missouri for /more than two weeks. Of course Mis souri will never have electric street cars now since automobiles and aerial tluur wi :h the airshit. be 5b.er only have about 22,000 colored popu lation and our state is capable of offer ing and keeping a hundred thousand of good honest, industrious colored people, who want to farm. Th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 October 1919

Boost Pay and read The Bystander -tnP' ft, %W •4. XXVI No. 18 .i** ... tm~From -.quite grand old Iowa, the finest of ten thou a sands, the brightest star in the galexy of the American union. Iowa,the home of 3,000,000 people prospering upon her, rich undulating drift soil, the greatest ?s agricultural state in the union and the richest. She was the first state in the union to wipe from the statute book the obnoxious. black laws. We had only traveled a few miles in Iowa until we had heard the almost forgotten ting ting'and saw the electric street cars, a sound and a sight that we had not seen while traveling in Missouri for more than two weeks. Of course Mis souri will never have electric street cars now since automobiles and aerial thiur wi "h tihe airsMt. !1 be 'tier. we only have about 22,000 colored popu lation and our state is capable of offer ing and keeping a hundred thousand of good honest, ihdustrious colored people, who want to farm. There are still a few opportunities left...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 October 1919

-t j, I": .. Ws make every auit to your individual measures from the exact fabric you select and according to your exact speci fications. We ship it on ap proval. delivery charges paid, for yoo to try on, to inspect and examine. Un less you are well pleased with your bar rain your erfal order will not .•cost you one ?'^nt. Write lis todar BIG 1CATAZ.OG FREE •ml us postal today for a «o»y of oar big new catalog and style book with 66 clota "am 0 lot of tba vary fioeaf E fc-- the ODneeeawry X'sfiw S,**A & & __ so .00 OOa Made toYut*Measure ALL WOOL SUIT proved safe by millions of T5 PALMER'S r-'"" 1 tna S3 people. In each unbroken package of "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" you are told how to safely take this genuine Aspirin for Colds, Headache, Tooth v^i'V Aspirin is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture Monoaceticacidester of Salicylieadd rm .^dn fublishiko mJ« -ices will lOfprha to 40% or oo Deal Direct—Save Money Any member of your family can talc* your meaaunu flA.Yon ab»olotely no ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 October 1919

Ad* SOT Adv. '-V,",: :vf: X-7 CITY LOCALS MR* TBAOY BLA.QBXJBN Sj, Notary Public SEAL ESTATE AOENT Vacant Lots and Improved Property 1027 Jefferson Ave. Plume Drake 774 Des Moines, Iowa JAMBS B. MORRIS Attorney at Law and Notary Public Abstracts Examined, Real Estate for s' Sale. Walant. Phone W. 6135 AdT. i* MISS OOBA GRIMES Special Pressmaklsg and Fancy Sewing. All Work Guaranteed. Bes. 1216 Center. Phone WaL 7435 Adv. BEAL ESTATE. I have four new residences from four to five rooms, one frame and three stuc eoed. Good cellars, wells, long lots suited to raise chickens on high level rich land. Will sell these to good class colored families on easy payments. Call at office 702 Polk building. L. M. MANN, Owner. An Agreeable Surprise. "About three years ago when I was suffering from a severe cold on my lungs and coughed most of the time night and day, I tried a bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy and was sur prised at the promptness with which it WANT A HOUSE? Here It Is! 6 rodm hou...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 October 1919

.V t- 'M v- JSW1 If 4^? •f-v 4r.ue. 4 "S?C. KBOKTJK ITEMS. (Special to Bystander.) The First African Baptist Sunday school enjoyed themselves at an in door picnic Sunday, Oct. 12. All report ft good time. Mrs. W. H. Clark is visiting rela tives and friends in Des Moines and Colfax. Mr. and Mrs. John E.' Hampton, Jr., who have been visiting their parents this summer, have returned to their home in St. Louis. The funeral of Henry Moorehead Is real was held from the first African Baptist church. Bev. W. H. Clark officiating assisted by Bev. C. W. Waters and Bev.~~ J. Sterling Moore. The young man was a soldier, having belonged to the Eighth-eighth division, Three Hundred Sixty-fifth infantry. The pallbearers were: Sergts. Frank Mott, George Pickett, First Class Pri vate© Boy Bobinson, Qoincy Moore Privates Valdmar Bobbins and Sylves ter Brown. Mrs. Fred Brown of Burlington, for femerly Mrs. Irene Isreal and baby, were ©^called to Keokuk to attend the funeral .jof her nephew, Henry Isre...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 31 October 1919

.w $ Boost Pay and read The Bystander I v- stoop But by prayer and faith! We may above •And dwell with "Jesus" "M 1 JVfv «t.t» Capital BW«, r«' *is* & /*&*• XXVI No. 19 .JV "S*" !v^ OHBIST! OUR AIX. -T* Christ I Our ail. A friend divinel '.':-s. Pure and laving. And always kind Ready and willing, To ever relievel -Each one fa sorrows If patience to believe. A few are chosen To suffer and take 'V And endure hardships For his dear sake Bepresenting hifa life! While here on earth (Proving themselves true born and to "Him"! Every wait! Their worth. At times! Our heads Are caused to'droop, For things past, we have humiliated to Some day aa his own Tho' sorrow may cause Thee A many weary night! And wrong may rule for Awhile over right. There will come a day Tho' now! Dark be the way That all "Darkness" gill be "Light." tli© feelings Of Christian hearts The true "Beligion" That strands Satan's larks. How happy the feeling That comes in mind Of "Christ" Our "All" Who is ever kind? W...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 31 October 1919

1 f»1 AS reap ki) ient BYSTANDER ^*tmn RUBUSHMO co., PUBLWHUC «S88 Hon***. «OSN L.THOMPSON, EDITOR 4iMLlMX, rk. OOt. 31, 1919 Published every Friday by the By stands Publishing Company, DM MoiBM, lows. Office in Chemieal building, corner Beventh sad Mul beiij streets. Pbone, Walnut 899. at tli* poatoOee as meonS itler VAIJDIOTORY. With this issue of the Bystander we •ever our relations as manager, having jold out. While we leave the newspaper field somewhat reluctantly, yet volun tarily upon our part. We have labored long endeavoring to bring the Bystand er up to its present high standyd of efficiency. We are proud of the By stander's success and its influenco in the middle went. The Bystauder is the oldest colored journal west of the Mississippi that has never, missed an issue. She has stood a beacon light a shining star in the firmament, chionicaling tlie news to all of her thousands of readers holding up the higher ideals of honesty, truth and justice. We are authorized to say th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 31 October 1919

1 Ss^-sk-vi 7" CITY LOCALS •'fB. TRACY BlaAGBUBN Notary Public KBAI. ESTATE AGENT Vacant Lota and Improved Property 27 Jefferson Ave. Phone Drake 774 DM Moines, Im Ldv. -a JAHB8 B. If ORRIS Attorney at Law and Notary Public ^bstneta Examined, Real Estate for 7^a,v sato. 97 Walanb Plume W. 61S5 MISS OOBA OBHCB8 Bpedal Dreeenutids and Fancy Sewing. All Work Guaranteed. 1216 Center. Plume WaL 7435 BEAIt ESTATE. I have lour new residences from four »o five rooms, one frame and three stuc oed. Good cellars, wells, log lots suited to raise chickens on high level rich'land. Will sell these to good class olored families on easy payments. Call ,t office 702 Polk building. m?. Ll M. MANN, Owner. Adv. A fci'i, first Class Pool Hall For Sale Cheap for Caeh—Will Trade for Des Moines $ House and Lot. Lucrative and Well 'Established Busi ess. Owner is engaged in Other Business Write Care Bystander Office, les Moines, Iowa. WANT A HOUSE? Here It Is!, 6 room house. Modern. West 22nd St. $2800, $300 ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 31 October 1919

F'muiS W t* it i|* 5?'It *&?& A «'»V% ,' a-. ®?A '). Otf« Successors -to A 'F li f&w 3§ »TO If UT# MEN'S JERSEY SWEATERS (Grey with colored stripe. A bargain at $3.00. Our price 50c MEN'S SWEATERS Slip ons. All wool. Regular value. Each 50c MEN'S SILK MUFFLERS Latest patterns. $1.50 value. Each ••••»•••••••••••••••••••50c MEN'S CAPS Fall weight $1.50 value. Each.50e MEN'S SILK CROCHET TIES Plain and fancy colors. $1.25 values. Each 50c MEN'S SILK FOUR-IN-HAND TIES $ 1 5 0 a E a 5 0 BOYS' OVERALLS Sizes 2 to 12. $1.25 value. Each 50c MEN'S-BOYS' LEATHER GLOVES 98c value, pair 50c HOSIERY Ladies' Fiber silk hose. '98c value. Pjiir .. ty...................... 50c Ladies' heavy ribbed, fleece-lined. 75c valuel Pair 50c Ladies' fine seamless hose. 25c value, pair ...15c •It MISSES'HOSE^^J^ Fine rib, black, white and brown. Extra quality. Pair 50c BOYS'HOSE Heavy* rib, black. Extra big value, RA|i pair Infants' cashmetette. 50c value. Pair ,.... ••»_. «25c Jm jgfe MEN'S SILK H...

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

$ +»$ ''•v'- -jpifolfcKi***ir«pa^..-f Oupttol BWR **»*', jrff* /?V Boost Pay and readTho Bystander &' f*', t* XXVI No. 20 f^V JM. Y. W. C. A. Worker is Very Hearty in Approval of Work of Negro Women. New York, Nov. 6.—In reporting the •work of the colored work committee at the final meeting of the War Work Council of the Young Women's Chris tian association, held recently at na tional headquarters, 600 Lexington ave nue, Miss Eva Bowles was heartily ap plauded when she declared that the war gave opportunity for colored wom en to prove her ability for leadership, and that she had her chance and made good, and that the time has passed for white leadership for colored people. Miss Bowles during her report said: "As we report our achievements we find ourselves facing the future that will test all of our powers and conserve the work already launched, and the prob lem of promotion is our immediate task. All the problems that faced any girl in war times were ours, together with the mor...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 November 1919

THE BYSTANDERi rtUUAV, NOV. 7, 1910 fabliahed every Friday by tke •taaW Publiahin" Company, ktter. •u The term "Propaganda" is compara tively new in usage but the thing itself lias been practiced ever since Cain •lew Abel. *One of the southern daily newspapers, alarmed over the ''insid itous propaganda now being carried on in the eolored newspapers" very se riously iaquires: "Why should this fcef The white newspapers have never organized against the colored people!" That is really an amazing statement. Every newspaper editor of our group in the country, knows that the Asso ciated Press, the leading news distribu ting service of the country, has car ried on a policy of discrimination in favor of the whites and against the blacks, and is doing it daily now. The Associated Negro Press is in receipt of correspondence from editors in va lious sections of the country decrying the way in which the Associated Press writes its stories of happenings where colored people are effected. It is we...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 November 1919

^iyi,A0Y s.. 4 1 Adv. ^f'4#:5 K®Ury Public v.?^, BBAL ESTATE AGENT 7aeant Lota and Improved property 4827 ftftanon Ave. Phone Drake 774 ,f Des Moines. Iowa 'LR* o"1* Iba JAMES B. MORRIS ttarmay at Lav and Notary Public batracta Kramlned, Real Estate for Sale. •07 Vilnt Phone W. 6135 A*r. MISS OOEA GRIMES Special DrMBuOdss «m Fancy Sewln*. v"V All Work Guaranteed. 1816 Center. Phone WaL 7436 Air. ''W^0y-r, bbai. estate. I have four new residences -from four te five rooms, one frame and three stuc eoed. Good cellars, wells, lcng lots suited to raise chickens on high level rich land. Will sell these to good class eolored families on easy payments. Call at office 702 Polk building. First Class Pool Hall For Sale Cheap for Cash—Will Trade for Des Moines ..." House and Lot. lucrative and Well Established Busi ness. Owner is engaged in Other Business Write Care Bystander Office, Des Moines, Iowa. Let go and let God,'' when we let go" we give up to God all there is of ourselves. When we "le...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 November 1919

.. V, INFLUENZA starts wift a Cold v»- civ i* •„c'.* ,* tf* 1 5 O "si: Kill th* Cold. At the 6nt rW«ek. 'J0)§1' T^* 0ILL'S -.Wit CASCARA QUININ Alto Standard cold remedy tor *0 year* -ia tablet form—sale, lure, no opiates—breaks up a cold in 24 boors—relieves ST-P 3 This Institution supports a Free Reading Boom, Bureau of Information 'and place of Christian recreation. Open afternoons daily. For all Christian workers. When in Keokuk come to the mission. This means you. miss Sidney j. davis, Mrs. Thos. Jefferson to the delight of her many friends, is able to be around in the house now. .: Mrs. Lucy Hawkins is a new subscrib er for the Bystander. Mr. John Bailey has been called to Argyle for an indefinite stay on the account .of the illness of his brother-in law, George Foster. Rev. J. Sterling Moore has been se riously ill at intervals for several weeks but despite his containued indisposure he is putting on a big carnival (an in door affair) this week. The money which he and his wif...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 November 1919

boost Pay and read Ttaa Bystander •V* STBS OF »rs FSA'5" r* rs AMERICAN COLOR OOMtPANY EQUAL TO GER MANY'S BEST. LOOA1. BANK BBS MAT SUPPLY EX­ A FORMER DES MOINES CITIZEN The above cut is Mrs. Lizzie Palmer Berry, formerly of our city but now of Long Island City, New York. She has made good in the east and has served three terms as worthy grand matron of Ozeil grand chapter of New Jersey and is the present grand lecturer and is state lecturer of the State Federation of Colored Women's clubs of New Jersey Dorothy Canfield Fisher Says Lynchings Dis credit U. S. In Europe. The United States is discredited and disgraced in Europe by lynchings, ac cording to a letter written by Dorothy Canfield Fisher, the novelist, and made public today by the National Associa tion for the Advancement of Colored People. Mrs. Fisher, writing Colored Chemist The Discoverer Of a New Dye Process TENSION FUND. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 13. The visit of Eugeue Davidson repre senting the American Color company, ,1...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 November 1919

1* I, 51 i«i I- KS I- THE BYSTANDER tKlUA*, NOV. 14, 1«1» Pabliftbed every Friday by the By stander Publishing Company, Oea Moines, Iowa. Office in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry street*. Phone, Walnut 899. Bntered at the pontofflc* aa second elate matter. Emerald Mash, Business Mgr. EDITORIALS NEW MANAGEMENT In changing hands of the Bystander Publishing and (Printing company, the new owners wish to announce to our many readers and friends that we shall always endeavor to keep the standard of the paper as spotless as it has always been. Our one and only aim shall be "to serve our people in whatever way possible. We shall endeavor to give you a qlean reading sheet with as much current and important news as possi ble. Do you want a good, live newspaper! One that not only Des Moines, but the entire state will be proud of. If you do then it iB up to you to help us make the Bystander just what you want it to be. Send us promptly your articles of interest. Let us know whe...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 November 1919

First j, Vs XRAOY BIiAOBUBM Notary Public SEAL ESTATE AOENT Vacant Lota and Improved Property 1887 Jefferson Ave. Phone Drake 774 Dee Moines, Iovra Ad*. JAMES B. MORRIS Attorney a* Law and Notary Public Abstracts Examine!, Real Estate for Sale. 907 Walnut. Phone W. 6135 A.dy. MX8S CORA GRIMES Special DreesnuOdzs and Fancy Sewing. All Work Guaranteed. 1216 Center. Phone WaL 7435 •4t. Class Pool Hall For Sale Cheap for Cash—Will Trade for Des Moines House and Lot. [Lucrative and Well Established Busi ness. Owner is engaged in Other Business Write Care Bystander Office, Des Moines, Iowa. What Would Tou Do? In case of a burn or scald what would [you do to relieve the pain? Such in {juries are liable to occur iu any family laud everyone should be prepared for them. Chamberlain's Salve applied on a soft cloth will relieve the pain al imost iUBtantly, and unless the injury is (a very severe one, will cause the parts [to heal without leaving a scar. IWANT A HOUSE? Here It Is! 6 room house. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 November 1919

g^-A-Cv •V. 112 Klfiess A S&X ft*' L\ •is to KILL COLDS tflU'S CASOWDQUININI cold rwwiy TH™ —fr hk. »o ap c«U haiuf fiirrc* ri» «a I MiMTT The with Mr. picture. The members of the Baptist ehureh are making quite a showing in the progress of the new chueh. Bev. B. J. Palmer is very busy. CLINTON NEWS. (By A. A. Bush.) The Iowa Roeial club met on Mon day evening in monthly session at the home of William Williams, jr., one of the matters considered was a social evening for the members and their fam ilies, an event of the near future. The parsonage committee is busy en deavoring to supply the necessary ar tieles of furniture for use in the pas tor's home. Bev. B. Thomas and wife have re turned from Chicago and points in Michigan having been called away on account of the death of the former's brother. Claude Heron has returned home after several months stay in Canada. The parsonage committee entertained Tuesday night with a program and re freshments at Bethel A. M. E. church. Mr. and...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 November 1919

N If -f ?*&, J*w5j«?, 4 *rtf*,4$R ijK^ift Booif Pay end read The Bystander XXVI No. 22 American Legion Passes The Buck Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 21.—The American Legien an organization rep* resenting the veterans who fought in the great world war, slipped a cog in its wheel of progress when the eligili ty committee recommended that eligi bility of members be left to the va rious states instead of to the national committee. It is plain to be seen that this attitude which the "bar-up" against the thousands of colored vet erans throughout the south who were valiant in the service of the country during the war. This subject was one of the many questions before the Amer ican legion and was left for final deci sion from the Springfield meeting dur ing the summer. In practically every southern state, there has been a determination to re fuse charters to colored posts which of course, is in line with southern policy, but out of harmony with the times and the true American spirit of justi...

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