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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 May 1896

Iowa S' IS fe" l.'i* '"K% 3S2 i&- b$-.- PS &• r-rf. h&'J State Bystander. rUBU8URU KVBRY KItXUAT 11V TIIIC BY» 8TANDKK PUBL1S1IIXQ CQMI'AJKV. CHARLES 8. RUFF, Editor. THADDEUS 8. RUFF, Asaociato Editor. U08KPH H. 8HEPARD, Mancgar. OVftCIAX PA I'KII OP THE AFRO-AMKItlCAN PBOXBCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF I}\YA. OtnaiJLZ, PAPEH OF THE MOST WOB- 8UIP*UL UNITED GKAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. tt A. M. TERMS OF SUUSCIUPTIOM. On« J*b.T A, Vii pv^J pS*- M" «. $1.50 gix months 75 Tlitee months A.ll yibscriptious payable! adT&LC* Send money ly poatofllce ordor, money ordw, express or draft, to Btstandeb The Iowa Stvi Publishing Compauy. ^°Plmuu'ccltlons mnst bo written on one •M* of the paper only and bo of intere«t to "Gravity is the soul of wit," j»-iL* no return rejected manuscript /. BCCompauied by postago stumps. •. JjJf' 1 correspondence und eoiniminiea signed liy the persons writing entertainments, concerts, festivals, tor which an admission fee is charged, published ut the ruto of...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 May 1896

fc CL j#®- BY BYSTANDRR PUBLISHING 00. DM MOOTS8, IOWA Waller ought to make a pretty goo flark horse. Most of tho "divine healers" adopt the "touching" method. Mrs. M. A. Warren was chosen to sit on a jury at Denver recently, the first woman ever aeleeted in Colorado as a Juror. As a nautical bicycle is to cross from New York to Liverpool, we may yet see a marine biker scorching the water from St. Louis to New Orleans. The difference between Count Bor flales and the average French nobleman is that the count travels with his dogs while the others travel to them. Don't think for an instant that the great state of Mississippi is hiding its light under a bushel. Not as long as Mrs. Pussy Toddles is a constable. We have recently learned from sev eral contemporaries that the "oldest living person" is aged 150 years. There are, of course, many older dead per sons. Next summer the city of Cleveland will celebrate its centennial, and one of the first steps taken has been the formation of a "...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 May 1896

Bti jh-4 & L__j it-® CURIOUS FACTS. No bird of prey has the gift of Bong. Whales are never found in the Gulf Btrenm. Tho smallest humming bird weighs twenty grains. Female frogs have no voice only the tnales can sing. A flea's mouth Is placed exactly be tween his fore legs. Tho highest mountain In Europe Is Mount Blanc, 15,732 foot. All birds that live 011 seeds aro fur­ nished with strong gizzards. Wild birds do not sing more than eight or ten weeks in the year. Th,»re are more muscles in tho tail of a rat than in a human hand. A Turkish turban of the largest size contains from tea to twenty yards of the finest and softest muslin. To be perfectly proportioned It Is claimed that a man r-hould weigh twenty-eight pounds to every foot of his height. The deepest well on our Atlantic Coast is &aid to be at the silk works near Northampton, Mass. depth, 3700 feet. The leaders of a flock of migrating wild geese become tired sooner than the others, and are frequently relieved by thei...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 May 1896

CITY NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 22, Buy a ticket to the doll shew, .lime 3 Miss no. Cartenter Ims boon quite sick this week. Rev. Lomaek was au OUutmva visitor bis week. R. 1). Turner is one of the oflicers of j»- the federal court. S Fifty girls the doll show parade at Capital City opera house. Hast Des |^)ioines, .Mine 3. Horace Lewis made many friftiuls by fi Mi action at the meeting Mondav night, has oast bread on the waters. W«i{jw*)fURft Burke was arrested for cJnb tot) freely one Miller and rt $10. He has been arrested afai». Miss Arila Tucker of Dalton, Wo., is vieiting with her sister, Mrs. J. It. Erick FFE flon, corner East Sixteenth and DPS Moines street. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Mon roe ljut week a tine baby girl—the queen of the household—mother and babe doing well. Perry T. Richmond is now employed as assistant dispensers of fountain dunks at Stream and McCamtnon's. lie is an ill s'?- dustrious young man and has energy and pluck to succeed. The commencement exercises at the...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 May 1896

r-~ /a State Bystander. LI8HBD EVERY FRIDAY BT TUK BT STANDElt PUBLXBUIKa COMPANY. tRLCS s. RUFF, Editor. 4DDEU8 8. RUFF, Associate Editor. 8IPH M. SH1PAWD, Manager. TIOIAL PAPER or THE AFIlO-AilEUICAS PBQTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF 16WJl. TIOIAL FAI'EIT OF TUB MOST WOB BinPJTUL UNITED GRAND L0I6b OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCUIPTIOK. year $1.50 lion the 75 ie months ^subscriptions payab}^ nadyanc* nd money by postolllca order, money express or draft, to The IowaBtai .'amdek Publishing Company, mmunieations mnst be written on on* 5f the paper only and be of intere1to mblio. "Brevity is the soul of wit," jinber. will not return rojected manuscript ss accoinpaniod by postage stamps. All correspondence and eonirnunica must be signed by tho persons writincr same. J1 entertainments. concerts, festivals, ii'«ror un admission feeisehareed, »JJ be published at the rato of r, cents per ie for each insertion. Lists of presents anniversaries, weddiugs, etc., will be arged extra. AFRO-AMERICAN...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 May 1896

IOWA rota&w jS»&& STATE BFSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00. DES MOOTST^ IOWA After all, tho iceman Is a man of little ight. Hinep iho Money-Hall affair blotting ""ftas have IK en in groat demand in Jongress. Uoosevelt having substituted trous ers for "pants" on the New York police force has introduced "spats'" into the 'loard. The Kansas baseball nine that has ^Scen beaten three times by the score of 16 to 1 should leave the diamond and "Jo into politics. Prof. Langley of Washington, D. C., las invented a flying machine that flies. But this is not expected to make the •other inventors soar. The cruiser Brooklyn did not make Sialf so many knots an hour as the City t»f Brooklyn made "nots" to the greater Sfew York proposition. The girls of the University of Wis jonsin have formed a boating crew. They will have to have a man aboard to "whistle for the wind." It is said that the Babi who killed the Shah are also after his successor's life. The Persian ruler isn't the only...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 May 1896

DECORATION DA Y. MEMORIES RECALLED BY THIS CREAT ANNIVERSARY. •To 1'oUtleat DlfXeronca* tan Kvcr tifTuce from the Amoi^cnn tha Love of Country All Worihlp Altar of Patriotism. Br- j) UK RETURN OF /,1r lliis national anni versary has a tes timony to offer you. Every Deco ration Day wlt nessaa a smaller number of norUiei-n and southern vet erans. The maxi mum is pa«xiCii the lnininuun increases daily and annually. Tlie flowers upon graves and chaplets woven around f&du «d banners bear testimony that th«5 Re public cannot forget her old soldiers, can never allow them ti be visited with social contempt. Mr, l«iiicoln, the great est figure of the past tempest, declared that the world '"can never forget what they did." "Decoration and Deed go to gether, Some things may cause contro versy, but when men have fought fthd tUPd and suffered, no wordy wai- can Supplant their claims on our respect. Let two veterans meet who fought on opposite sides, and their stories are mingled with their t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 May 1896

CITY NliWS IMI'W W I Ml-. in a :Ji.: Jiim !. Hi! Nil. iV i:v-v v-. l'l- l.v:: yJlhe summer. Arc \o Mr-«. \Y a. lie •. I/iV.V uo ,n le ii. ii' A .. IV i).-:.-,. i'r.'.!.-,- Wi i.:. u! All! -. so-lib ary ,ii s'. only A^rieui.i iir.\ ti.'i: rv-: M.v. -V'i Vi -,-- iT ill 11 inul Oft!)'." (iine irn^'..] .4' no' in th: 'ji-iiriit ?uni*= ••lie A V. in a ~:i. V. dro. fiinl 1 Th. iol- till" iruih- lie- Mshnps v. E E 'j ihf now N. ]!'.! l.'.V 1 1 wil U "est .. TRmiV "oixv. .i\v loir.- A iji: i-.ir.'. 'H :i r.r.xi .va'K .•vorv In I Joim \n i. Sims.i Gli Jii~ 'lhurs !i :lbi day. .liiii I A oh a ./liipahuul bv lii brother !, l'rmn seveia" weeks :Uid returno,1, .i '.u.r sojourn \vwk, fi.-c-onipan i.-Aona .lone-. *V- •. i'lvin A :.. iui 1 b- in dau^'luc M1'- p. .v,.. unity I»y i.-:|io vs«.:mi *.i' I ir'v jVge uiiii UK'r y. skv iho Si ni^lii of P.ust vy iu\ tor £i\ in ox iS v- '.'\i \Vedt:esday -!':i io!!o. i'oruer Sl'.Vv'i i.'!' .-'Ore." '.tin ... They nr" .he oc IPSOI an torn in v.\ «.-ivw.:.~i e...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 June 1896

I VOL 2 fa State Bystander. USHIG'D KVEItY FKIDJlY BY THE BT 8TANPKB PUBLISHING COMFAKY. LRLE8 8. RUFF, Editor. IDDEUS S. ROFF, Associate Editor. EPH H. SHEPARP, Manager. IOIAL TAPEIl OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN SOTECTIVJI ASSOCIATION OF l6WA. lAh rAl'Eii OF TIIE M08T WOIl jHirrux. united ar.ANt) i,odgk of IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TKHMB OF SUnSCKIl'TION. lyear $1.50 •months 76 be months BO ll subucriptiojis payable! a.lvftt.c* Ind money by poatollloo order, monnf express or draft, to Tun Iow\ 8tat ^nder Publishing Company. lunications must bo written on on» paper only and bo of interest to Public. "Brevity is tho soul o£ wit," i)mber. will not return rojectod manuscript accompanied by postage stamps. All correspondence and communicn Ks must be sign oil by the persons writing same. entertainments, concerts, festivals, for which an admission feeis charged, 1 b© published at the rate of ." cents per for each insertion. Lists of presents anniversaries, weddings, etc., will bo arged extra. AFRO-...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 June 1896

BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING CO. PES M0HTE8, IOWA wortncm Onio turners have voted to admit women to all their societies. Bank robbers on blcyclcs arc the lat est Illinois novelty, though crooks on bicycles arc quite common everywhere. According to Prof. Bell everybody will soon be able to fiy. Who knows but flying machines may yet knock out the bikes? The hysterics conferred on so many American women by Padeivwski may be overlooked now that he has given ten thousand dollars to the cause of music in this country unci indeed he shall be forgiven even his profuse and tangled locks and the utmost pounding of the universal piano. Yea, let him come again and he wilt-be received with one grand, sweet song. Brooklyn lias a young girl who robs smaller children to get money with which to buy candy. There is a future for this newness. The girl will prob ably become a great burglar. For noth ing can stop the progress of the changed woman, whether she goes toward the good or the bad. By-and-by she ma...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 June 1896

?AR MRS. P1NKHAM: I cannot begin to tell you what your remedies li ivc (lono for inc. 1 t.ulVered lor yours with falling a u{ neuralgia cf tho •womb, kidney trouble nnd leueorrhu'.a in its v'orst foriu. hero Wore times that I could not bland, was bide all over and despair. I had not ltnowa a real well da}' for 1.1 years, knew I must do something at onec. I had- tried physicians without receiv ing1 any lasting benefit. I began tlio of Lydia K. rinkliam's 'egetablo Compound. Now, I have used 0 bot tles my weight has increased 23 lbs. 1 tell every otio to whom and v. hat I owe my recovery, and there uro 15 of my frieinle taking- the Compound after Heeing what it has done for me. Should advice bo required, write to Mrs. Piukhnin, at Lynn, I,lass., who has tlio utter conSdcncc of all in telligent American wo»non. Sho will promptly tijll what to do, free of charge. Lydia E. rinkliam's Vege table Compound, which is easily ob tained at any druggist's, will restore any ailing woman to her no...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 June 1896

gT 1TCL CITY NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 18%. SrUi-s. •uok. W. H. Scott has been sick this Grand tiiu« at East Side Baptist church l»y next Sunday. :Rev, P. D. Jones ol St, Paul was a D«s IMS visitor this week. A large number attended the Sunday hool eonv#nlion at Newton. Love feast at East Side Baptist church xt Sunday morning at 11 a. ni. Mrs. Eli Elliston has returned home, Tlie Jamily live on Tenth strict. \V. H. Gordon of the tonsorial firm of isM.ish & Gordon, has gone to St. Louis. Hear Rev. J. 15. Rice at East Side Bap tist church next Sunday at 8:30 p. u». Nothing like the children matinee at Capital City opera house next Saturday. Mrs. Julia Hudlin is much improved, as her mother. Mrs. Blagburn, is at her bed side. Editor C. S. Ruff spent several days in Newton this week attcudiug the conven *on. Mr. and Mrs. 11. N. llyde and tamily have moved two doors west to 1826 west Grand. Oh! Girls, uu*.«t me at the matinee next Saturday at Capital City opera house, East Des Moines. Chi...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 June 1896

OL 3 State Bystander. "VERY FBIDAY BY THE BY PUBUBnmO COMPANY. LlUFF, Editor. S. RUFF, Associate Editor. J( 8HKPARP, Manager. PAPKB OF TUB AFItO-AMEBICAM fKCTIVB .AB30CIA.TI0N OF I6WA. I'APEK OK THE MOST WOB TL UNITED QKAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. A A. M. TEBMS OF SUBBCUIPTIOK. $1.50 *hs 75 Months ascriptions payable! advance loney by poutolllce order, money fcpress or draft, to The Iowa Statjb 5br Publishing Company. luuicationB mnut3e written on ont ^he paper only and be of interest to llo. "Brevity Is the soul of wit," Dor. kill not return rojocted manuscript Iccompaulod by postage stamps. [All correspondence and couiuiuuica iust be signed by the persons writing aie. |entertaiMmntn, concerts, festivals, which an admission fee is charged, liblishcd ut tlio rate of 5 cents per each insertion. Lists of presents iversarios, weddings, etc., will be ra. [BO-AMERICAN HEROBLiCAK PAPER III IOWA itional Republican Ticket FOR PKESIDKN'T, william Mckinley, OK OHIO. enchants Know the Value good ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 June 1896

re- fliere ryeburg, Mo., r-wheel tip cart, utomatically in case frightened and runs iggestion of thu health de jf Indianapolis the superiu public schools has prohib loaseless habit of kissing prac jng the female school teachers 5ls. It is claimed that disease luuicaUKl by promiscuous kiss- Sectrleity would seem to be a diffl thityr to steal, but Brooklyn nter* lants have discoverel the method, fey tap a trplley wire by making a"+-v. Ipper connection aiid carrying the Ijnductor into their houses and stores. pey .get a better light than the light |& companies furnish and it costs thing. A thousand persons are said [have been found guilty and prose ii&D3 will follow. fe^author of the Ohio bill to pull (rn tie theater hat parts his hair in middle, and a woman's club has a resolution requesting the Ohio Tabernacle on the evening' of filature to make a law obliging all to part their hair at the side. That jialicious frivolity, and it indicates |the club in question doesn't know di...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 June 1896

aj SHKlj TANI AL P{ T&cjf DOHCS 1 te for cot to the dec! on. AND1 S i.biect°0to fhe El. •A SONG 'OP THE CYCLE, HIS la the toy, be yond Aladdin's dreaming. The magic wheel whoso bub is Wolind All irf»&cls, al gli thoy reach the world around, O'er western plains or orient des­ erts gleaming. Trhia is the ukeln, from which ench day unravel 'Such new delights, such witching flights, such joys Of bounding blood, of glad escape firm noise— Such ventures, beggaring old Crusoe'a travel. It is as !f some mighty necromancer, At king's command, to please his lady's whim, Instilled such virtue in a rubber rim, ^nd brought it forth as his triumph ant answer. For whereaoe'er its shining spokes are fleeting, Fair benefits spring upward from ita tread, And eyes grow bright, aud cheeks all rosy red, Responsive to the heart's ecstatic beat ing. Thus youth and age, alike in healthful feeling, And man and maid, who find their paths are one, Crown this rare product of our cen tury's "run," And s...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 June 1896

en was in the city Mon th? reception at the Mrs. Thomas Johnson. |t church people will together v. ith an inner at Greenwood m- lund to Buffalo, K. Y.. th for National Educa via Wabash Line. Ap th stieet, les Moines for ers will meet next Monday law ofiice of Williamson it j)f importance is to be nil members should be I'ro-American Protective I meet at the court house o'clock for the pur delegates for the state Mi- Hall of Washington, ive gradnated from the if she had not taken ill in is a bright young girl paper betoi the Sunday in Newton. I Secretary. Summer Excursion immer excursions will be Good returning until A Cj parade vas large 5Iere were about 10,000 children in line. with Eftsst Side Baptists Sunday, Juno 21. Ino'ersol car. 36C .. Greenwood Park, JJ'SJune 21—Take taf501 cav- ipper c0[- (^orning is in and sisters, •Jfood. and Mrs. in$ havf jVers of (ialesburg. viday to attend the ^r Mrs. May Ruft- 10X13' toe Royal Six pavillion gain's, 1162 Secenil fening, June 15. an appl...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 June 1896

st nl Iowa State Bystander. PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT BT THS BT 8TANDKB PUBLI8HIN9 OOMPXBY. 4ARLES 8. RUFF, \ADDEU8 8. RUFF, IEPH N. 8HKPARD, taitor. Associate Editor, Manager. OFTIGIAL PAPKB OP THE AFBO-AMKllICAft PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF liJWA. IfOfFIOIAI PAPER OF THS HOST W6B 8U1PFUL UNITED 3RAND LOfatB OF IOWA, A. F. 4 A. M. TEBUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1.60 Six montha.... 75 Three months All gubscriptlonj payabjy njjjvanc« Bend money by postoftlce order, money order, express or draft, to The Iowa Btai^ Bystander Publishing Company. Communications rnnst be written on on* •ide of the paper only and be of interest to the publio. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage stamps. All correspondence and communica ^ins must be signed by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, coiicerts, festivals, M®tc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per for each insertion. ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 June 1896

1 101 HJJ,1,•'.• gga—aapHB poison *l cuoufch not apiate rcfoimint -unit- tiiwe ture. idea that lie will Itlng trouble. lawyer elnvrily commences to b« rust from his stub pen. eople would not persist in dream |hat they are individually an in to the laws of nature, there not be so many disappointments fcouple was married in Monroe, the other day after a courtship jty years. The reckless haste of ander in affairs if the heart irming. las written Jailer Whitman \icago for a piece of hangman's be used around bis neck as a for fits Some people would call treatment. lan who has heen arrested with kissing all the worn* (Evidently the celestials A TO as high a state of civiliza ly native American. Idy has figured it out that v.e Ithing like FS.000,000 more tor I gum than for the rnainten reachers in all denomination?' Indeed a busy people. being the strawberry short-cakfe it may be well to expiain that dreams, more or ie: fiigntful. tcome to the consumer in a single are not the result cf the...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 June 1896

tvsli Snndav band, ill meet a^nin ncxl sick at his vmek linwr .lolmMin will IM in lioono t':ip:ul and Mrs. Georgia I'or Hloonilii'ld Monday to visit llalivos. lias ln'cii in Colfax for a [•nine work on tlie Adams wo nod this week is talking ie basket meeting aL Green iiiixt Sunday. rs. E1 ward .Ifihnson re irday from a Miorl visit to lharles Love ol'Galesburjj, Sati r.s iway wants it, distinctly lint his horse ami buggy be lilt: standing in front of the |itisf church. K, chuifii held socials at i's and litagbnrn's. They •11 attended and a good time abbath at the First African IClirist. I lev. F. IiOinack pas at i'»: 10, Sunday school lg at. 7:10. he foundation of the First Church of Chrisi, Fourth and i'ts, have been received and ect* for a line new church are the round to Ihillalo, N, V.. ami (Uh for National hduea ation via Wabash Line. Ap 'ourth sticel, l)t Moines for lit! .4. M. church begins it and closes Friday night, prizes will be given away: Odd Fellows ledges, road vcle. h...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 June 1896

fJol I'd it .. ,.M®, of ItSckr^te,' lafiw «tu4aoth«r ot Mrs. Rol» T. Lincoln. Bx-S«n*tor H&Msn la h«r ton. Thera'i aomtthiag sufgsBtive of the •low passage of time in the name of Mrt. Sophia Clam foot, of Bvaniton, 111., aced 102. Two colored people were the late Joe Adams, MarysTllle, Ohio, 105, and Au CVttta Comegys, Chestertown, Md„ 108. Comegys had been wedded five times. Book agents are supposed to die an •arly and violent death, but Capt. G. E. D. Diamond 1B still at the dangerous trade In San Francisco, at the age of 100. I "TJnc' Harry" Thomas, of Kansas City, clalme to be 115, but he lived alone In a little cabin until recently. There he set Are to himself and had to be ta ken to a hospital. Louis Darwin, of Black River Falls, Wis., was only 107 when he died, but his wife lived to be 101 and they cele brated together the eightieth annlver •*5? of their wedding. 1 Old age doesn't always follow a auiet life. Jim Lane, of Chicago, 100, "went through the fire" and has been ...

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