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Lwdently the womeu uowtuays,
hen womani aufti«ge la being
widely agitated, are trying to ao ev
erything man does, even at the coat
ot her u(e, aor Instance In the caae oi
Mlaa Harriet Quimby, the flrat worn-
anTvlaWr,"granted a llcenae. who waa
alclan haa ordered her taken to St.
Luke's hoapltal for reat and treat- jof
with all the conveniences known to
modern skill, and yet not 4ave _a
home It «ay be a paradise from ob-
starvation but when questioning the
Inmates thev may tell you they are I
unhappv. Alas, it was not a home, I
so much lobbying and masculine
of Mrs. Mattie R. Hicks. 463 Thomas
St She returned home Sunday.
Mesdames S. L. Maxwell and J.
Watson have moved into a beautiful
new duplex flat on Thomas St. near
Prof. L. C. Jones is expected in our
city soon, in the interest of his school
protection of the Afro-Americans like
be dragged from their homes and
Georstia. It makes us many times
Committee at Work.
of Chicago has secured the Seventh Reg
iment Armory for the sessions.
Delegates intending to be present
should, as early as practicable, notify
W. D. Neighbors, secretary Chicago Ne
gro Business League, 3517 State street,
Chicago, of such intention, so that the
proper accommodations may be re
Last year nearly every state in tne
uaion was represented at the annual
meeting held in Little Rock. Officers
of the organization are now earnestly
at work to secure at Chicago an even
larger gathering. The Little Rock
meeting set a high standard in point
S^when needed, you should become both
healthy and beautiful. For
iMra.-W. R: MdrrW pajwff "On Worn-1 ^hfcY tower 20 to 21 atorfea and haa
an'a Suffrage" read at the aeaalon of jugt commenced two more to go 21
the State Federation of Women a tor|eB high. The Chicago North
Cluba laat week created quite a stir
among the gentler sex, m»ny who
were not In aympathy with the move
ment heretofore, are now aroused to
•uch a high pitch over it that we fear
the men will atand very little ahow
In their homea In the way of being
cared for. Several have expressed a
deaire to go out atump speaking. We
believe In a woman getting all that
la due bier and yet the flrat essential
word home la a house, we may have
a house artistically built, furnlsheo
Ueve wlthout a
killed In Maasachusetta, July 1. ,1*111 aoon be the largeat city In the again on the Milwaukee. We are
Mra. Lula B. Chapman la Quite 111 united Statea of the world at the rap- glad to have him In our mWat.
from a nervoua breakdown. Her phy- ,d
ment. blocks. She haa four or ftve hotela
weatern railway depot atatlon la
claimed to be the flneat depot atatlon
In America. Thla great city with her
wonderful atreet car ayatem here,
with care above you, with cara below
you, and with cara on the ground con
vince vou that they have many thou-
tured, womanly women for wives, jgm
stump speeches. since a member of this race has tak
Mrs. Ada Mathews of Duluth was a
I aura Claiborne was recently married
in a northern seminary to be elevat-, Lang Williams, A. S. Barnett, E. H.
ed to the priesthood. He has charge Wright, Ed Morris, W. B. George, G.
of the colored parish of our city, and Lucas, D. H. Roberts, Mr. Demmson,
is a very deserving young man. I Walter M. Farmer. Among the lead-
Rev. H. P. Jones was back in his jng physicians are Dr. Daniel H. Wil
pulpit Sunday at St. James A. M. E. iiam8, Dr. Hall, J. W. Wesley, Wilbur
church after a three weeks' vacation, willitims, Rev. Moses Jackson, the
granted bv his officers and memoers.1
He was the same Rev. Jones Sunday, forth at Grace Presbyterian church
saying just what was in his mind, re- itb a crowded house and with the
garrtless of where it lodged. I best graded Sunday school I have ever
Wonder why this government does vjgjted the Sunday* that I was mere
not take some action looking to the
eoual protection as well as the whites, chapel is pastored by that eloquent
Mrs. Gertrude Alexander is conval-, Dr, cook while Bethel with her great
escent after a severe illness. She haa history Is crowded each Sunday to
been moved home from the hospital. hear that very able Christian devine
Mr. O. C. Hall is In Milwaukee at- Dr. D. P. Roberts and the Institution
tending District Conference and S. S.
and has never tried to secure some
one to fill her nlace. which Miss Len
non would gladly give to a successor.
The thirteen annual meeting of the' charge of one of the A. M. E. church
National Negro Business League will
be held in Chicago, Wednesday, Thurs-112 W 31 St. runs one of the best and
lav and Friday, August 21, 22 and 23, most popular up to date restaurants
1912 The Local Negro Business League in Chicago .see his ad elsewhere Rev.
attendance, atractiveness of program subscribers Mrs. Lillian Fields Nunley
and hospitality of its citizens, but the formerly of Des' Moines but now mar
Chicago League is striving to have the
coming meeting surpass all previous
ones. The Chicago-Chamber of Com
merce joined with the Local Negro
Business League in inviting the Na- months,
tional organization to meet in Chicago,
and is cooperating to welcome and en
tertain those who mtty attend.
Some of the strongest men and '*o
men of the Negro race will be present
and speak at the coming
These gatherings annually bring to- jlieves rheumatic pains. For sale bv -11
gether a group of hopeful, energetic, as- dealers.
piring and successful men and women
who are doing their part of the world
work. Sessions of the following affilia
lated organizations will be held at the
same time: The National Negro Bank
ors' Association, the National, Ne^ro
Funeral Directors' Association, the Na
tional Negro Press Association and the
National Negro Bar Association—a
group of the strongest organizations in
the country among the Negro people.
Booker T. Washington,
j§i!f Emmett 8cott,
J. C. Napier,
Chairman Executive Committee.
If you are, a housewife you cannot
jgj' reasonably hope to be healthy or beau
sgM tiful- bv washing dishes, sweeping and
d0jng housework all day, and crawling
tired at night. Yon
must get into the open air and sun
light. If you do this every day and
keen your stomach and. bowels in good
order by taking Chamberlain's Tablets
In thla great cosmopolitan metrop- daughter, Mlaa Bernic$ Davla In Fort
oils in Weatern North America we be- Dodge.
aanda of people every hour here one
can aee colony of people representing
every natlonalltlea upon the face or
in (he making of a race la homebulld- tongue la spoken here drills the high
log. The common acceptance of the
ery language and
the low the millionaire and the T)urjn„
each struggling to live since
and develope equally as fast as
gr0 race( slnce
ber the WO
truly there is "no place like home. I pnealiam, since its member was one
Yet when our women take upon them-10f the two English speaking members
gelves responsibilities that rightfully,
They prefer domestic women, the Theodore Roosevelt and marched up 8on Robert, returned home last Tuea
home maker, the home lover and not
San Juan hm ai,d
federation just closed very success-. jDg
gtripes upon Cuban barracks,
delegate to the Federation and a guest Yale, Harvard and other Universities
m.n.~oci |nce jje Apostle of Industrial Educa
tion is a member of thla race since
we have in Fiction Dumas, Turner
in Art, Dunbar In poetry, Du Bois in
grBt prizes in scholarship at
Literature, S. Colridge Taylor in mu
sic I certainly claim a right to speak
about this race the equal competitor
of the white race here in Chicago lives
ut 75,000 colored people represent-
fully their eighth annual convention churches eight drug stores, five gro
at Pilgrim Baptist church. eries stores four photographers five
We have been informed that Mrs.
jj walks of life they have 32
tciy newspapers excluding class
to Mr. J. Floyd. We wish them sue- undertakers, twenty public school
gs teachers 30 police men 245 men em
Mrs. Jas. Wynne of St. Anthony ioyed in the U. S. Post Office more
Ave. was hostess to the Ladies Cath- han 45 restaurants and lunch rooms
olic club Monday afternoon. The club
netted something over 145.00 at their
last entertainment and presented the
same to Father Theobald. Father !are trying and hoping to succeed I
Theobald is the first negro educated
cular journals, one markets six
10 confectioneries 8 newspaper stands
with more than 40 barber shops 8
dentists 20 physicians 40 lawyers all
mention a few Lawyer S.
tor of ministers is still holding
had 225 present 100 in the Prl-
it does for other races. Shame on father of great Baptist denomination
America when they allow women to
pt. Rev. J. F. Thomas the
Chicago is still active although old
he had Ebemeyer Baptist Rev.
was recently done in pigher has the large Baptist church
wish we were in Siberia or some oth-1 church at Bethesda on 39 and Wabash
er country where the black man has
Rev. Smith has a large Baptist
id Mother of Methodism Quinn
Convention. quence of Rev. Dr. A. J. Carey and
Mme. L. A. Porter, formerly of Dar-
enport. la., is in our city to locate Reeves is the presiding elder over the
permanently and is stopping at the
Lawyer F. L. McGhee in a speech he is very intelligent and ajsle the
before the Federation disapproved of Catholic chlurch Is taken on new M*
havirg Miss Edith Leonard, our
NATIONAL NEOXO BUSINESS
To Be-Held in Chicago-—Delegates from
Nearly Every State in the Union to
to be Present—Local Chicago
W. C. A. secretary acting ln the ca- congregational Mission at Douglass
pacitv of a probation officer. If we Center Mrs. H. J. Clark formerly of
remember well, Mr. McGhee recom-, hls city lost her husband last winter
mended Miss Lennon for the position
M. E. people listen to the elo-
beloved friend Rev. Timothy
residence of Mr. Fogg, 427 Rondo St. nicely his children and doing well in
Mrs. Porter Is a chiropodist, shampoo- the schools Father Theorebold Thom
er, hairdresser and manicurist.
little churches he is doing
has charge of the Episcopal church
they are having large crowds. The
he is doing nicely her is in the Real
Estate business on State St. doing
nicely, Fred D. Hooker and mother
formerly of Des Moines are living on
Calumet doing nicely Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Weeks and Son Rollen and wife
all of Des Moines are living with Mrs
Hooker the wish to be remembered
by their many Des Moines friends
Geo Hudson formally of Des Moines
has severed his connection from the
Ry. Co. and is employed in Chicago
doing well Rev. James Hlgglns a for
mer Burlington la man and sister has
and Is doing nicely. W. L. Harrison
I. Britt has moved into a nice new
home on Ada St. and is doing well
with his church out in Englewood Mr.
A. D. Haves has news stand and will
sell the Bystander Harvey 3964
State has been selling the Bystander
at his news stand for a long time and
he will continue to keep Iowa's only
paper on his stand Mr. Chas De
Bastide has a first class drug store
3702 State St. he is a fine business
man to meet and is making good in
this great city Hugh Hoskins formally
of Keokuk la has a saloon and the
Iowa club at 3161 State to meet the
Editor of the Bystander and enroll
hjg name as one of the dozen new
in liAVA +1«A -1 9 T-» _1 AM 1/tWfl
ried Paul Gilstrap formerly an Iowa
boy is working in this city Wm Fraiz
er a former.Des Moines man is real
sick and has been for the past several
For, soraness of the muscl«?s, whether
induced by violent .^rercise or injury,
there is nothing better than Chamber-
meeting, Iain's Liniment. This linirop't also re-'
The best laundry scrvice possi
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If you want only the best you'll
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MASON CITY NOTM
Mlaa Myrtle Edwarda left the city
laat evening for some parta In Kan*
aaa on a few daya vlalt.
Mra. Walter Davla of Warren 3t.
la spending a few week# with her
doubt that Chicago, Mr. Ulls Blalir*J™jLwI"e
te of graowth ahe la now enjoy-( The Golden Shield Tabernacle
certainly ahe la building aome
a moonlight picnic Monday.
it and hlgheat bualnesa jujy 8. A large crowd waa preaent
and all seomed to enjoy themselves
furnlahed by Miaa Nora Williams,
out In the open air. The mualc waa
Refreahmenta were aerved alao.
Mra. Ada Clewette Jonea apent a
few daya In the city vlaitlng her cou
sin, Mra. Nettle Carr.
Mra. Nettle Carr entertained a few
of her friends Tueaday, July 2, In
honor of her coualn, Mra. Ada Jonea.
Mr. and Mra. Thoa. Allen are plan
nl a few day8 ylBlt
Mitchell returned home
abaence with Renix
about all the nation-
children should watch for any
||ties I will only mention about the nromnt attention at this time
ne race qf nationality that haa kept 8
this race has its mem- ««medy J11™?8
rld*s champipn of scientific For sale byall dealers.
he foreign Arctic and plant
belong to man we think they step a old Glory at the undiscovered North
little beyond their boundary line. polet gince it waa a Negro regiment icnjc given in Des Moines. He was
Men want sensible, lovable, sweet-na- j,0se heroic valor and true patriot-
ved the Rough Riders with
planted the stars
the bowels. When
trouDie may Diarrhoea
and that is the Ne- berla.n's Colic, Cholera Dwirboea
Rev. O. W. White left Monday eve
ning to attend the K. of P. Lodge
the speakers of the evening
Mrs. 0. H. Ettmtinds- and
day from Charlsetown, W. Va., where
Mr. Edmunds has been trying to
Little Albert Lee got his leg hurt
in thg mines last week.
Mr. Thad Maize of Missouri spent
Fourth of July In our city visiting
friends. Everybody was glad to see
Mr. Henry Hollan of Des Moines
spent the Fourth In our city.
Everybody seemed to enjoy them
selves at the picnic that was given
by the Band' Boys in the Fourth.
The Tabernacle gave an entertain
ment laBt Monday evening at tne
home of Mrs. Pink Griffin.
Those on the sick list are Mrs.
Wads worth and Mrs. John Penelton.
Mr. Wady returned home Saturday
from Des Moines, where he has been
to see his wife, who had an opera
tion last Friday at the Mercy hospi
tal. Mrs. Wady is doing nicely and
the doctors say we will scon have
her In our midst again.
They are working only two and
three days a week, but everybou
seems to be perfectly happy.
Literary every Monday night.
Mr. Eddie Brown returned home
Sunday after spending a few days
A. A. Bland and Wm. Gross lert
Tuesday morning for Davenport, la.,
to attend the Grand convocation of
Masons which convenes in that city
Mrs. Luella Bryant, who has been
visiting a few days in Ft. Madison
returned to her home Sunday night,
accompanied by her husband, who
went up for the day.
The Misses Madah Lewis and Ver
nia Freeman were Ft. Madison visit
ors over the Fourth.
Mr. Ed Roberson who has been
visiting several cities in the state
in the interest of the International
Order of Twelve. Mr. Roberson is
running a successful buisness at 1123
The picnic given at Cedar Glen
July 4th under the auspices of the
Sunday school of St. Mary the Virgin
was a splendid sucess, there being
about fifty in attendance.
Mrs. Mack Johnson and children
When in Mason City
stop at the
501 East 8th St.
Furnished Rooms and Meals.
I unches or Short Ordere at
Cigars and Tobacco Barber
Shop, Pool Hall and hot baths
Best of accomodations,
H. D. Green, Piop. Mason City
Just across from the H. and St. L. Depot.
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Mra. Norah Krys la vlaitlng- with
her husband and other frlenda in
Dea Molnea, Iowa.
iV.h* by some of the colored neoole of our
fnr»«t the ttwn social given
There were several picnics the 4th
The annual outing across the river
at the Hammond Park was given as
uaual and quite a number partici
pated. A fine time la reported.
Cralg,° no?*Franklln*8%., ^de/uS|"Ast^alS CasSn returned home
whSclf^B very body UUSfdraUyCSvlt«!l0 whwe^hrh^'b^vfahlnl" wik
The marriage of Miaa Eva Reed
and"Mr.~John'cammen, both of this I Messrs. Eugene Grant,
city, occurred Sunday, June 30th at
the bride's mother at
the home of
15th and Ridge St. Rev. Helm of the
Pllgrima Reat church »fflclated. After
the ceremony anl congratula
tatlona had bean showered, a daint
ily prepared luncheon waa aerved.
They have the well wlahea of ail
Mra. Arthur try waa the promoter
of another picnic of young folks who
went to Rand Park for an outing.
Another "pleasing event waa the lawn
picnic given at the home of Mr. and
lira. Ciaa. Teabeau, HW2-Timea St.,
July 4th, which waa greatly enjoyed
Mlsa Ella Dralne is at home on her
vacation from her school In St.
Charles. Mo., and will remain during
the summer months.
Mra. P. A. Jones is indisposed.
Mrs. Anna Logan, who has been HI
for some time is slowly recovering.
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In the District Court o* the State of
Iowa, in and for Polk county
September Term A. D. 1912.
Sadie Woods, Plaintiff vs. John L.
To John L. Woods:
You are hereby' notified that on or
before the liit'li day of August A. D.
1912, the petition of the plaintiff in the
above entitled cause will be filed in the
office of the cl^rk of the District.Ccurt
of the Stats of Idwa, in and for Polk
county, Iowa, claiming of you, an ab
solute divorce f-om the bonds of matri
mony, heretofore existing between you
and this plaintiff, on the grounds of
cruel and inhuman treatment, such as
to endanger life and health. For
further particulars see petition when
And unless you sppear thereto and
defend before noon of the second day of
the n?xt term, being: the September
said Court, wl ich will com-
menceat Pes Moines on the 9th day of
September 1912, default will be entered
against you,and judgment and--decree
Dan. W. MoCord,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Trusses Shoulder Braces, Ar
tificial Arms, Apparatus for
Elevated Feet aad Shortened
Limbs, all kinds of Brace
Work for Deformities. Crutch
es and Elastic Goods.
Phone Walnut 5347
W. Seventh St.
Des Moines, la
II- last a LIFETIME.
j» iif 1 5v/
city on the 4th of July, they went In
with reiatlvea and frlenda.
Grant add Joshua Morgan left for
St. Paul last Wednesday night for
an Indefinite stay. The Grant boy*
will visit their aunt, Miss Josephine
rrOteau, while there and Mr. Mttrgan
will visit friends.
Mr. T. H. 3turgis left for Daven
port Sunday to attend the Grand
Lodge, which convedea at that place
He went as a delegate to represent
the Masonic Decatur Lodge No. 14.
Mrs. Pearl Berry wfho haa been
confined in the St. Joseph hospital
for the past six weeks was brought
home Sunday much Improved. Her
many friends are glad to see her up
and around again.
Mr. Frank Roberts is home again
after spending a month visiting at
Clarlnda with friends.
Mr. Clarence Stacker left Friday
evening to join the Robinson Circus
and tour with them during the sum
Word has been received In the city
of the death of Mr. Carl Gaharam
who was taken to Grand Island last
week to visit relatives and friends,
and the home of his boyhood days,
before his departure from this world,
Mr. Gaharam has been a patient suf
ferer of consumption for the past six
months. Death came as a welcome
to his relief. The relatives have our
?ympathy in thsir bereavement.
i»Ir. Jesse Jackson is in the city
shaking hands with old friends.
Rev. B. F. Abner, pastor of the
Mt. Zion Baptist church, preached
his farewell sermon Sunday evening
to a fair size congregation. His res
ignation was accepted, and he will
leave Tuesday for Ottumwa to join
uis wue and spend the summer
after which he will assume his duties
as pres.uent of an Indian college at
Married in our city Ju!y 8th, 1912,
Mr. albert Plch and Mrs. Jessie Allen
Rev. J. W. Dowden officiating. They
will make their home for the present
at Sioux City.
Sunday, July 28th, will be quarter
ly meeting at the A. M. E. church at
which time the P. E. S. B. Moore Is
expected to be present.
Mrs. Matthews and children, of
Missouri Valley Junction 13 in the
city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Prichard.
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CEDAR RAPIDS NOTES
Mr. Geoorge Ashby has returned
after a five weeks trip touring the
Rev. R. H. Hackley has returned
home after a pleasant visltt with
his wife, Mrs. Hackley in Mt. Pleas
Mrs. Albert Gillisple remains very
low with tuberculosis.
Miss Helen Martin expects to at
tend the Grand Lodge of the Masons
held in Davenport.
Mr. A- J. Gray was pleasantly sur
prised by a number of friends Mon
day evening to remind him of his
thirty-fourth birthday. The evening
was spent enjoying music by C. R.
orchestra, after which an elaborate
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three course luncheon was servejj.
Mr. Leroy Warren has gone es«
to tour th coast for fix or elgbt
The' young people enjoyed them
selves at the skating rink the 4th
dancing and skating.
Miss Bird of La Grange,
pects to remain with her aunt, Mrs.
Lowry, for awhile.
The J. S. Y. Club will give a lawn
sociable at the home of Mra. Laura
Brooks and will also have a cnotry
Little Winona Morgan ia sick at
her home with an attack of append!-
Ed Marshall still remains quite
poorly. Miss Alberta Marshall of
Rock Island is with him.
Mrs. Jessie Smith entertained the
Allen Guards at her home on 323 So.
8th street yesterday afternoon. The
club had a pleasant session.
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FRIDAY. JULY 12. 1912.
JOUX L. THOMPSON, EDITOR.
J. H. 8HETARD, MANAGER.
Entered at the poatof&c* as m*.
OBA class matter.
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building, corner Seventh and Mat
berry streets. Iowa pkaat,
We are prepared to Ao first-clue
job werk at reasonable prices, am
of our wo'k la guaranteed.
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mall your letters that eontaln ne*»
for publication not later than Tu»
day night to Insure publication for
the current week aad sign row
name, not for publication, but that
we may know who w'tee th«t na«%
THIS TELLS TH£STO*Y.
falling hair or breaking off, cures eplit ends, removes dandruff and scalp scmT,
causes the hair to grow long, no mattejr how shprt soft, nQ matter how
thick, no matter how thin straight from the bulbs, no matter how krnky.
First treatment will show wonderful improvement. Do not wait if you are
interested in your hair. I give treatments all over the United States by mai.
Write me at once. I send booklet of information, and testimonials of those
taking my trea ments when four-cent stamp is enclosed. I do not have agents.
I need a personal history of your hair snd scalp and your physical condition.
All mail promptly answered when four-cent stamp is enclosed I im the on jr
woman of the race prowing hair to-day who can show the public the real leng
my hair was when I first began trt ating it. Send for booklet if you mean busi
ness. You can secure these preparations only from ine. None like them made
in the world.
7. P. Scientlffc Sealp Preparation, Madame Perkins sole agent
BOSTON MARKET Co.
Preparations. My treatment s'op
Homes, Lands and Opportunities In Plenty
Fifteen Cents a Day Makes You
a Property Owner in Muskogee
.the most rapidly growing city in the southwest. 600 per
cent increase in pojulation in last ten years
Choice. Lots in Qur Addition to This
Magic City on Very Easy Terms.
Well located, close in, all city improvements handy.
Certain to increase in value promptly. Take advantage
of this right now.
Write and ask us to send you literature and
a lot for you. No obligation to take it if you don't
For a short time we will sell
them at $75 each $5 cash with
order and then $5 per month.
No interest on deferred payments.
REEVES REALTY CO
217 Flyxm-Ames Bid ., Muskogee,
To good live men who can sell r^al estate we have an attractive
agency proposition, Write us.