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Y^.GRAND COURT OF H. OP J.
4 4. I'He twenty-third annual communi
cation of the Grand Court of Heroines
of Jericho for the state of Iowa and
jurisdiction will be held ai Keokuk,
Iowa, June 10, 11, 12, 1918. Brent
Court entertains.
Subordinate court representatives
and as many visitors that will be in
attendance forward your name to G.
C. secretory, Mr®. Emma Teabeau,
1802 Timea street, Keokuk, Iowa. All
Grand Court officers requested to be
present at hour of opening, 9:30 a.
m. June 10. By order of Maude M.
Wilkinson, G. M. A. M. Rev. W. A.
Searcy, G. W. J.
Mrs. Etta Grant of Sioux City
was the guest of Mr. and Mr. J. S.
Wilkinson while in thecity en route
from Electa Grand Chapter, 0. E. S.,
held at Buxton, Iowa. She left for
her home Saturday.
Mr. W. W. Rowland of Chillicothe,
Mo, arrived in our city Sunday to be
the guest of his mother and sisters,
Mrs. Florence Taylor and Mrs. Maude
Wilkinson, 223 East Thirteenth street
Mrs. Jennie Koger and Mrs. Eva
L. Abbey departed for their homed
in Minneapolis, Minn., Wednesday,
after spending a few days in our city,
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Dulin,
1619 E. Walnut street
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilkinson enter
tained at an informal 6 o'clock dinner
Monday for Mrs. Koger and Abbey
of Minneapolis and Mr. W. W. Row
land of Chillicothe, Mo.
AlLBIA NEWS.
On Monday evening theyoung peo
ple of the A. M. E. church gave their
musical for the month of May. Some
very good selections were rendered
by its, members.
Thomas brothers spent Sunday in
Buxton.
Lawyer James Spear of Buxton
was in Albia this week.
Mesdames Hall and Boyers of Des
Moines were in Albia the past week.
On last Wednesday occurred the
death of the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Freeman. The baby had
been ill for some time. The body was
buried in Oakview cemetery Thurs
day.
Miss Jenett Lewis has finished her
high school course with the class of
1913 with honor. She has spent the
week very busy in high school play,
alumni banquet and other fetes due
to high school students.
Mrs. Nellie Estes attended the
alumni banquet at the M. E. church
on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grayson and
children of Hocking were in Albia
Friday and Saturday.
A number of people were in Albia
from Hocking and Buxton on Decora
tion day.
Misses Ilia Lewis, Edith Harris and
Pauline Thomas took part in the drill
and march at the city park on last
Friday afternoon, also marched with
the children on Decoration day.
Some strangers in town the past
week.
KEOGUK NEWS.
On last Wednesday occurred the
death of the late Thomas Watson, an
aged veteran, who had served through
the civil war as a member of Com
pany B, Elevehth U. S. infantry. De
ceased had been a resident of Keo
kuk for the past forty years. As far
as is known here he has no surviving
relatives. Funeral services were con
ducted at Crimmins & Chase's under
taking parlors. Interment was made
in the national cemetery.
Miss Edna Rfeach greatly enjoyed
the hospitality of several of her
friends last Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Anna Alden. They re
minding her of the fact that jt was
her 16th birthday anniversary, and
as guest of honor Miss Roach waa
made the recipient of many beautiful
and useful presents from admiring
friends, and an enjoyable time waa
had by all.
Miss Daisy Ware appeared on the
program in a solo at Canton, Mo.,
last week at commencement exercis
es. Robbins' orchestra, composed of
Miss Naomi Mills, accompanist Mr.
Cornelius Brooks, who plays the trap
drum, and Arthur Robbins as violin
ist, rendered themusic. This orches
tra constitutes a trio of Keokuk tal
ent that is fast winning musical
fame.
Miss Alice Clark, of Louisiana,
Mo., who has been conducting a series
of meetings in Davenport, Iowa,
passed through our city last week
ep route to Clarksville, Mo., to at
tend the district conference.
We are glad to know that we
have in the person of Mr. Russell
Bland one graduate to appear with
the class of 1913 and we are also
proud of Mr. Ralph Tebeau, who is
to receive his diploma next Thursday
evening as a graduate from Macon,
Mo., Western college, and Miss Flor
ence Wilkinson, who has by her own
resources and determined will merit
ed the distinction of honor upon the
class roll. The class poem as writ
ten by Miss Wilkinson exhibits de
velopment of highest training. These
worthy young people are to be com
mended for their untiring efforts and
brilliant qualities. We hope that
many more may pursue the same
course.
Mr. Robert Scott is employed as
night baggageman at the union
depot.
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Miss Ollie Tucker, who has been
teaching school at Clarence, Mo., ac
companied by her brother, Mr. Jno.
Tucker, passed through our city last'
Monday en route to their home in
Farmiregton, Iowa.
The Old Reliable Place
to get your meals
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Mr* Mott of Davenport,
The converts' entertainment at Pil
grim's Rest church last Tuesday
evening was very largely attended.
Mrs. Jerietta Saaley attended com
mencement exercises at Canton, Mo.,
l&st week,
Mrs. Emma Tebeau left last Mon
day morning for Macon, Mo., to be
present at thegraduation of her son,
Ralph.
Rev. and Mrs. D. W. Brown of
Washington ,Iowa, were in our city
last week visiting relatives and mak
ing some repairs to their home on
Twenty-second street
Deepest sympathy is expressed by
friends to Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth
of pueblo, Colo., because of the death
of their little infant that was born
last week. Mrs. Wadsworth, who is
reported convalescent, was formerly
Miss Julia Ware and has been at
home visiting her mother for several
weeks past.
Rev. J. P. Sims preached a U. B.
F. nnH S. M. T. sermon at Bethel
last Sunday afternoon to the Illinois
jurisdiction of S. M. T.'s. The visi
tors made a good showing and a
goodly number of friends were pres
ent A little more than $10 was pre
sented Rev. J. P. Sims by the temple.
We are sorry that the Rev. is not a
U. B. F. and hope he may be ere long.
Remember, subscribers, that our
editor is en route this way, and your
correspondent kindly requests that
you meet all delinquent subscriptions,
if possible, before his arrival and
thus express our appreciation by sup
porting one of the best journals that
is published in defense of our race.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant who recently
came here from St. Louis, Mo., are
now located at 1308 High street. Mr.
Grant is a barber at the tonsorial
parlor of Prof. W. H. Jones.
Mrs. M. E. Dixon and Mrs. Mary
Bland returned from Buxton highly
elated over the progress being made
by the 0. E. S. and of the hospitality
accorded them. Mrs. Bland was hon
ored with the re-election of grand
secretary and Mrs. Dixon with the
office of grand chaplain.
Officer A. J. Fields, our most effi
cient patrolman, is now off duty for
a week enjoying a vacation.
CLARINDA, IOWA.
Messrs. Oscar Stewart of Hast
ings, Neb., James Fishes and Jewett
Alexander of Red Oak visited Mon-'
day in our city.
Mrs. Henry Farrier has returned
from the Women's Federation and
reports an enjoyable trip.
Mrs. M. Pemberton, also Mrs. R.
Pemberton and Mrs. G. Wallis of
Omaha spent Decoration day in our
city.
We are sorry indeed to chronicle
the death of our young man, Gaylord
Nash, of this city. He died at his
home Thursday at the age of 19.
Among the young men he will be
greatly missed and the family circle
is broken forever. He was sick only
a week with that dreadful disease,
kidney trouble. With his jaws locked
in death he would raise his hand to
the eternal home. He leaves to
mourn his loss three sisters, Mrs.
Judy Beard, Mrs. Mary Ennis and
Miss Mabel Nash one brother, Mr.
Pearl Nash, also father and mother,
and two sisters, Mrs. A. J. Field of
Omaha and Mrs. Dora McNeal of
Kansas City. I
Mr. Robt. Jones departed from this
world at the age of 82. He has been
a constant yet patient sufferer for
many days. He was a member of
the First Baptist church for thirty
five years and died in full triumphant
of his faith. His children 'did all
that patient hands could do, yet the
grim reaper came along and took his
soul on to God that gave it. He
leaves three sons, three daughters,
seventeen grandchildren and a host
of friends to mourn his loss.
Mr. Give Nowling was called to
Greenfield, Mo., to the bedside of his
aged father.
Mrs. Thalbia Pemberton spent ai
few days in this city theguest of her
mother, Mrs. Carrie Reed.
Mrs. Lillie Fisher and Mrs. Linnie
Washington attended the Gaylord
Nash funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. W. ..Washington of
Corning attended the G. Nash fun
eral.
Mrs. Madge Dickerson and baby
and Mrs. Myrtle Lesley of Waterloo
are in our city.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lewis are the
proud parents of a girl.
Mr. Lewis Montgomery and Gay
lord Nash of Cedar Rapids at present
are in our city.
Mrs. Emma Nash of Leavenworth,,
Kansas, visited her brother, Mr. Ed
Nash, a few days.
The Collins boys of Shenandoah
played ball with Shenandoah high
school against Clarinda.
Master Leon Pemberton left for
Omaha with his grandmother to
spend the summer.
An entertainment which was to
be given the 31st by thestewardesses
of the A. M. E. church was post
poned till the 5th.
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
The I. S. F. of C. W. C. met here
last week from the 26th to 28th of
May. The convention opened Tues
day a. m. with the president, Mrs. J.
B. Rush, presiding. There were about
sixty-one delegates present and quite
a number of visitors were also pres
ent Every meeting was well attend
ed and proved to be a. pleasant and
profitable'session.
Prof. J. H. Hamilton of Chicago
gave a splendid address at Bethel A.
M. E. church Sunday evening.
Naomi Chapter No. 1, O .E. S.,
held Esther day services at Bethel A.
M. E. church Sunday, June 1st. Rev.
T. B. Stovall preached thesermon.
The A. M. E. choir furnished the
music.
Mr. John Young? departed /this life
Saturday, May 31st, at 2 a. m. The
funeral services were held Monday
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visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs..
Geo. Mott.
Stewardess board No. 1 of Bethel
church will serve a chicken pie sup
per Thursday evening, June 5th, at
the church. All are invited. Mrs.
M. J. Lowe, president
Mrs. Arvella Cook of 336 Bridge
avenue is quite sick.
Mrs. Hattie Richardson, who was
operated on last week at Dr. Davis'
sanitarium in Rock Island, is report
ed as getting on nicely.
Rev. Nicholson, thenew pastor of
the Third Baptist church, left Sunday
night for Chicago. He will return
with his family in a few days.
Bethel A. M. E. church will hold a
twenty nights' fair, beginning Mon
day, June 9th, and will close with
Richard B. Harrison's recital on June
30, 1913.
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA.
Mrs. Melvina Jackson and Mrs.
Emma Milligan have returned from
attending the Iowa Grand Chapter,
O. E. S., which convened in Buxton.
The ladies report a grand session.
Mrs. Milligan was elected W. G.
treasurer.
Mrs. Mary Joyce, Mrs. Lulu Home,
Mrs Melvina Jackson, Mrs. Bell
Christian, Mrs. Will Hicks and Miss
Mae Terry attended the I. S. F. of
C. W. C., which convened in Daven
port on May 26th to 28th. All re
was elected vice president of state,
was elected vice presidente of th.
Cedar Rapids is very proud to note
two of our women holding state of
fices.
Mr. Browels and Mr. Hamilton are
in the city in the interest of their
schools. We wish them success. Mr.
Hamilton was the guest of Mrs.
Lowrey.
Word has been received that Prof.
Jones will soon visit the Rapids. We
always welcome Lawrence.
Mrs. H. Flowers is improving.
Mrs. R. Hicks is some better.
Mr. John Harrison is better.
Miss Phillips and Miss Motts of
Washington were Cedar Rapids visi
tors Saturday.
Mr. Hughes of Newton was Visit
ing his cousin, Miss Terry.
Mr. Fred Sims and Mr. Albert
Greene of Toledo were, in our city on
Sunday.
Mir. Thomas K. Lowery of Marion
was visiting his mother, Mrs. Lowery.
Misses Ethel Francis and Maude
Richardson are employed at Boyson's
Grill room.
June the 2nd was the schools' field
meet. The meet was not as interest
ing as it was last year, because the
Lavell brothers were not competing,
as they are in the high school.
Mrs. Amelia Ford will represent
the Normal at Washington, Iowa.
Mrs. Ford is an able teacher.
Anyone having items for the By
stander will help the agent by calling
3497 not later than Monday evening.
All news accepted.
Sore Nipples.
Any mother who has had experi
ence with this distressing ailment will
be pleased to know that a cure may
be effected by applying Chamberlain's
Salve as soon as the child is done
nursing. Wipe it off with a soft
cloth before allowing the babe to
nurse. Many trained nurses use this,
salve with best results. For sale by
all dealers.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
The Golden Leaf club gave a musi
cal at McKinley Baptist church on
April 29th and it proved quite a suc
cess.
Mrs. Slaughter is improving atthia
writing.
Mrs. Mary Perkins is very sick at
her home.
Mrs. John Blackwell is doing hair
dressing at her home, Seventh avenue
and Eleventh street.
Mrs. James Toliver of St. Paul is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Jones.
Mrs. Thompson, who was operated
on last month by Dr. Davis, is able
to go back to her home.
The Eastern Star lodge held their
annual services at McKinley Baptist)
church Sunday, June 1st
Rev. Joseph W. Whitfield, pastor
of McKinley Baptist church, Rock
Island and Tabernacle Baptist church
of Moline, left Tuesday, June 3, to
attend the state convention at Au
rora,. 111., to be held June 4-6.
The McKinley Baptist church has
planned a rally for the fourth Sun
day in June Everyone is requested
to pay as much as possible on their
pledges.
Quite a number from Rock Island
attended the Federation in Daven
port Inst week.
Edgar Bowen had his finger cut
very bad while working on the island
Monday.
We are all glad to see Mrs. Wind
sor out again. •.
Miss D. Mae Lee of Buxton, Iowa,
has been spending a few days with
her cousin, Mrs. Pearson.
Mrs. John^L. Jones was a caller in
Rock Island on Tuesday.
COLFAX, IOWA.
Mrs. Ella Johnson and little son re
turned to their home in Buxton, after
spending several weeks with her
mother, Mrs. Morris.
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We are Headquarters for
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WALL PAPER from 6c a roll and up
We have the men to hang it
We also do Paper Cleaning
Try us for Satisfaction
H. JtSSE MILLER
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the
home of his mother, Mrs. Jane
Young. The deceased leaves a moth
er and three brothers, Joe, Clarence
and George, to mourn his loss, also
a host of friends. Rev. T. B. Stovall
officiating. Interment' in Oakdale
cemetery.
801 £oou»t St- Phone Wal. 1565
Mr. Matt Banks was in our city
between trains Thursday of last
week.
The Ladies' Home Mission and the
Sunday school will give an entertain
ment on the church lawn Saturday,
June 7t.h. Everybody come out and
help to make it a success.
Mrs. Lulu Edgar entertained Mrs.
Ella Johnson of Buxton at a 6 o'clock
dinner Wednesday of last week.
Mrs. J. J. Beasley left one day last
week for a visit at her home town,
Carrollton, Mo., and to be there for
Decoration day, and is visiting a sis
ter now in Colombia.
Mr. Owen Redman finishes his four
years of college at Grinnell on June
10, 1913, and quite a number of Col
fax friends have received beautiful
invitations to the exercises, which
take place at Grinnell.
Misses Gertrude Brodus, Hazel
Shaw and Ella Sorrell and Mr. How
ard Shaw are our eighth grade grad
uates this year. We express our
gratitude to these young people and
hope they may, still continue until
they have made their last grade en
tirely. We are proud of our young
girls and poys.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson received a
telegram announcing the death of
Mr. Wilson's mother, who lives at
Norfolk, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson have our sympathy in their
sad hour.
Mrs. Morris and children wish to
express their sincere thanks to their
many friends for their kindness
shown to them in the sickness of
their husband and death and the
beautiful flowers. May God bless you
all.
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indigestion or constipation, which
will result eventually in serious ill
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thoroughly masticateid and insalivat
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of the stomach or feel dull and stupid
after eating, take one of Chamber
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EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS.
By J. L. Thompson.
Clinton, Iowa, was our next stop,
and as our efficient agent, A. A.
Bush, had done most of the collect
ing, we did not have an opportunity
to meet many of the people or to
observe their progress, hence we can
not say much about this town. How
ever, each week you get news from
them and know that iClinton is a
wide-awake tcwn. There are two
colored churches here. The A. M. E.
is presided over by Rev. G. W. Slater
and the Baptist church presided over
by Rev. G. E. Sanders, formerly of
Des Moines. Mr. Hancock, who has
a restaurant and ice cream parlor,
has moved from his old location and
is having a new building built for his
future business home. Mr. Hancock
is perhaps one of the most successful
colored men in business in Iowa, hav
ing been in the ice cream and con
fectionery business for twenty years
or more. H. G. Williams is still work
ing at the gas plant as engineer, with
Mr. Weatherall as his assistant. Mr.
M. O. Culberson is still working at
his business and is highly respected
and successful, as is his brother, J.
T. Culberson, who formerly run a
grocery store for about eighteen
years. Mr. Geo. Robinson is doing
well: so is Mr. C. Donahue.
We next landed in the Parlor City,
Cedar Rapids, where we found every
thing moving along nicely and the
people doing well. There is only one
church, the A. E., presided over
by our good friend, Dr. F. J. Peter
son, who formerly^held a Des Moines
church, and is well known throughout
the state, and the church is doing
well. Mr. Thomas Jackson is still
conducting his first class barber shop
and doing well. E. C. Thomas is still
engineering at his old place, where
he has been for the past twenty
years. Mr. R. Hicks is doing nicely.
He formerly lived in Des Moines. W.
H. Milligan is still on his fruit farm
about two miles from town. In addi
tion to raising strawberries, cherries
and all other kinds of berries he has
recently turned his attention to the
raising of fine poultry and is consid
ered authority on the buttercup
breed. Ye editor had dinner at his
beautiful new home, which he has
just completed. It was indeed an
inspiration to see about 350 young
chicks, all thoroughbreds. A wonder
ful improvement to his place are the
new chicken houses and his new home,
which is all modern, with eight rooms.
Brother Milligan and his wife are in
deed a credit to any race and are do
ing more to solve the race problem
than any other colored family in Linn
county. His mother, who is claimed
to be 104 years old, is living with
them and is a very active lady for
her age Rev. Holly is still enjoying
good health and doing well. R. B.
Nelson has a good oarber shop and is
an active man in society here. Rev.
A. Ford is pastor of the Waterloo
church, but lives hers. Mr. L. W.
Lowrey is still in th« mail service and
is still single and taking care of his
mother. He is one of the coming
young men of our race. Mr. T. E.
Woods is another successful man.
Mr. French Perkins lives in the out
skirts of th« city and is a carpet
cleaner, also a hustler, and doing well
and is ona of the real representative
men here. Mrs. May Terry will
chronicle the Parlor City notes this
year for The Bystander, and we will
no doubt hear from this city regular
ly in the future.
From here we went to Marshall
town, another beautiful city where the
Old Soldiers' Home is located. Here
we have two colored churches, the
Baptist, presided over by Rev. Ro
mans, and the A M. E., by Rev. I. H.
Kinney. Both are doing well. Mr.
G. A. Johnson is janitor at the library
and is one of our good citizens and
highly respected, having succeeded
Mr. I. L. Brown, who is now employed
at a large office building and who also,
is doing well. Mr M. J. Jackson is
still working at the same place. Mr.
G. R. Warn is still on his truck farm
in the eastern part of the city doing
well. His daughter, Miss Wilda, is
well known in this city and a promi
nent lady of that town. Albert Walk
er has a first class barber shop here
and is doing well. He has moved
about half a block from the old stand.
His sister, Miss Jessie, is still keep
ing house for him. Here are two
young people that have succeeded
financially and are highly respected
here. They are both a credit to the
race. W. D. Crawford is still work
ing at the same place. Mr. Henry
Flippins is still at the Elks club. He
owns valuable property. Geo. L.
Suter is still engineer at the water
works. George is one of the most in
fluential men of our race here and is
well liked by both races. He is chair
man of the committee on foreign cor
respondence of the Masonic Grand
Lodge. Mr. C. P. Gilmore is one of
the oldest and respected citizens and
owns valuable property and is doing
well. Mr. Grant Jackson is also do
ing nicely. He formerly lived in Des
Moines. At the latter's home Ye Edi
tor ran across an old soldier who is
stopping at the Old Soldiers' Heme
by the name of Leroy Stephens, who
belonged to the colored regiment of
Iowa and served in the civil war. He
was in Company E, First United
States regiment, and enlisted from
Keokuk. Mr. Stephens stated that
he spent six months in Libby prison,
that hell hole of the south. He gave
me the names of some other colored
men that he could remember, as fol
lows: Enos Lukado of Company E,
Keokuk, Iowa John Lewis, from
Keokuk Benjamin Berry, Keokuk J.
N. Davis and Dudley Smith of Keokuk
Richmond Lewis of Company A,
Ottumwa, Iowa "Thomas Marshall,
of Company E, Belle Plaine, Iowa,
and Cullen B. Suter, the grandfather
of our Geo. L.. Suter, who came to
Burlington, Iowa, in 1836.
Stomach Troubles.
Many remarkable cures of stomach
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berlain's Tablets One man who had
spent over two thousand dollars for
medicine and treatment was cured by
a few boxes of these tablets. Price,
26 cents For sale by all dealers.
A good place to get Room$
and Board down town is at
Itlrs Gila Gpptrson
807 Grand Avenue
Meals are Served to tht Public
Phone Red 4076.
MRS. ELLA EPPERSON, Prop.
WASHINGTON, IOWA, NOTES.
G. W. Black has passed his 79th
birthday and is hide and hearty for
a man of his age'and attends to his
business at the barber shop every day.
Mr. Shorts of Iowa City was in the
city Wednesday of last week, the
guest at the J. D. Daniels home. He
was here to see the large oil traction
road engines work.
Mrs. Cora Jones of Oskaloosa stop
ped off here last Wednesday on her
way home from Davenport, where she
had attended the meeting of the Fed
eration of Colored Women's Clubs,
and was a guest at the Theo Turner
home.
Rev. and Mrs. D. W. Brown went
to Muscatine last Sunday morning
and returned home Thursday a. m.
They report a very enjoyable time.
The Rev. Geo. W. Slater, Jr., will
give his lecture, "God and the Poor,"
at the A. M. E. church on the even
ing of June 24th Everyone will want
to hear him again.
Ray and Arnold Hall have been
sick the past week with the measles.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Lewis, who have been sick, are get
ting along nicely now.
The delegates to the Sunday school
convention are Mr. Hayes Crayton
and Miss Helen Motts.
Mrs. A. G. Clark was a guest at the
Jas. Redd home this week. She was
on her way home to Oskaloosa after
having attended the Federation meet
ing at Davenport.
Mrs. .W. Black and Mrs. Jas.
Redd are home from the Federation
meeting at Davenport They report
an excellent time.
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JJQT" Straightening Combs and Toilet Articles.
Send t-rco-cent stamp for Price 1,1st. Mail Orders receive prompt attention.
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JOIIM L.
Bntared at ths postomc
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Iowa State Bystande.
Quite a few friends of the Rev
Brooks, formerly a member of
Chicago conference and pastor of
eral charges in same, will be interest!
ed in learning that he has just fin
«hed paying ofT the mortgage of St
Paul's A. M. E. church at St. Loui*
and at the same time celebrated iu
71st anniversary with a financial
rally, at which themembers of th.
church raised $7,541.15, making $iT
000 that the congregation had raised
during the last year. The Rev. win
have the honor and pleasure of burn
ing the mortgage. The church waa
bought in 1890 by the Rev. E. T. Cott
:nan at a cost of $77,000.
Bob Armstrong is expected this
week from Los Angeles, Cal., for
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visit with his mother and wife.
The Intellectual Improvement clab
will hold its regular meeting next
Tuesday evening at the A. M. E
church. Echoes from the Federation
by Mesdames G. iW. Black and JM,
Bedd. Everybody invited.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
Every family without exception
should keep his preparation at hand
during the hot weather of the sum
mer months. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ii
worth many times its cost when need
ed and is almost certain to be needed
before the summer is over. It haj
no superior for the purposes for
which it is intended. Buy it now. For
sale by all dealers.
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book sent fre
[Explains the Mild Medical Trail.
Iment lor all Rectal Dimmm.
'Contains scores of testimoniil,
from persons cured yean ato
with whom you may correspond
or
a:o
to see. My professional lib
has been devoted to the exclu
sive study and treatment of Rec
tal Diseases in Des Moina
Send for book today,
0B. C. Y. CLEMENT
Suite 401
Mlrquardt Bldg. Des IK met
Mrs. A. M. Pop*—Turnbo
Results of "Poro" Treatment
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splendid work of Chamber
lain's Tablets is daily becoming more
widely known. No such grand rem
edy for stomach and liver troubles
has ever been known. For sale by
all dealers.
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
(Special to Bystander.)
Mrs. William Turner entertained
at dinner Wednesday, May 28th,
honor of Mrs. C. B. Woods,
N. Hyde, Madame Watkins, Mrs.
Armstead, Mrs. Harvey Brown and
Miss Coalson of Des Moines and Mrs.
C. B. Lewis of Davenport.
Mrs. Eugene Allen entertained at 1
6 o'clock luncheon Thursday, May
29th, as a courtesy to Mrs. J.
Rush and Mrs. Harvey Brown of
Moines and Mrs. C. B. Lewis an
Mrs. Francis Baker of Davenport
Mrs. Allen entertained May 3l«
Dr. R. S. Taylor of
aim
Davenport
Miss Mae D. Lee of Buxton. Iowa.
When in Sioux City Iowa
go to
Mauo's Restaurant
for good meals and lunches
at all hours
308 Douglass street
New Phone 2095 rs.
A.
Also Good
Phone 4908
Mayo,
Proprietor
Rooming House at
4th Street-
New
Phone
4084
©zz.r)'s
feet]2.
The Old and Reliable Pla°e
to get good meals or luflcbeS
Ice Cream and Cigars
114 E. 5th Street
n-«ortI»'
E. Green, Prop. Davenport^
fi
When in Rock Island, 111. g°
10
Williams Htslaurf
For good meals and short or &
at all hcure. ,_noption
Barber Shop and Bath in
G. W. Williams, prop.
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