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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - February 1, 1900, Corning, Iowa All Home Print Corning Adams County I to save you money if you will let us Read our acls and profit thereby We always stand behind anything we anythingwe sell LAST CHANCE i14 at H1 remnantsInvoicing is bringing to light new things in short lengths every day These are put on our bargain table and sell far below cost Two hot numbers for next weeks selling 2 dozen Ladies Black Cash mere Wool Hose worth 35o while they last pair 12c 4 dozen Ladles Tennis Flan nel Gowns full sized and worth 50c your choice any size STILL PUSHING CARPETS wa ihursday February 1 19OO Vol XXX Mo 5 If you must buy this spring antee the old prices until Feb 15 NOW Guar Cotton Ingrains25c All Wool Ingrains 44c All Wool Extra Supers55c WE SELL STOCK FOOD Representative men all over the county who have used any of Hess Clarks preparations btock tood Poultry Food or Louse mend them highly We lay two convincing claims to your patronage on this line They are cheaper by half than any other reputable foods on tho mar ket If by your own judgment they are not doing what we claim for money back m Pay You Good Honey to Wait for Our The Largest Best and Cheapest Line Ever Shown in Corning a Jl PERSONAL MENTION Of Below will be found prices that will interest the closest buyer inthis market 4Ladies Jackets good value at 600 8 Ladies Jackets good value at 750 500 5Ladies Jackets good value at 800 550 4 Ladies Jackets good value at 900 600 6 Ladies Jackets good value at 1000 700 4 LadiesJackets good value at 1200 800 5 Ladies Jackets good value at 1500 950 4 Ladies Golf Capes value at 700 4 Ladies Plush Capes value at 300 6 Ladies Tailor Made Suits value 750 at 600 4 Ladies Tailor Made Suits value 900 at 750 12 Childrens Jackets to close out very cheap good value from to to to close out200 to 350 4 Ladies Beaver Shawls and value for300 to 400 6 Mens Duck Coats at 100 1 Doz Mens Caps 50c at 40c 1 Doz Mens Caps 40c at 25c 1 Doz Mens Caps 25c at 20c 2 Doz Woolen Mitts 15c to 20c value lOc Gents Outing Flannel Night Gowns 40 to 50c Gents Fleeced Lined Underwear 39c grade for 29c Gents Fleeced Lined Underwear 50c Srade 42c Gents Wool Underwear 75c for GCk Ladies Outiug Flannel Skirts 50c grade A 39c A new lot of Belt and Sash Ribbons excellent value A lot of Silk Hair Eibbons No 5 and 7 Per yd A V Glpugie vviia a visitor here from Crestou Tuesday E Wicker of Carl was in Corning with friends over Sunday Mrs Cora Anderson of Prescott is hare for a visit with relatives Capt JF Davis is spending a few days this week in Des Moiiies L Franklin and Ray Tindoll of Car lion wore in Corniug Tuesday Frank Jackson is making a visit to his mother this week in Davis City Mr and Mrs Preotiss Clark of Pres cott were Corning visitors Saturday H C French referee iu bankruptcy was in Corning on business Saturday D EE Rleyerhoff was iu Shenandoah Monday attending to some legal business Miss Minnie Darrah returned from a months visit in Leon and Chariton Tuesday Ralph Widner attended the wedding of his brother W B VVidnor at Bod ford last week W IvI Hunter a student in the Corn ng Academy ia seriously ill at his homo n Villisca this week Fred Perkins of Farragut was in Corning several days this week He was buying sheep in this county Miss Nell Applegato of Greenfield irrived in Corning this week to begin lor duties as clerk iu A A Crooks new store Mrs H B Deemer and little daughter vere guests of Mrs H M Towner scver il days last week They returned home idooday G W Eiberfc and family left Monday or their now homo at Ness City Kan The goad wishes of many friends will go Vith them Ralph Newcoiub went to Murray Tuesday to spend a few days with his on Floyd who is in charge of a lumber ard there Mrs IT S Bomvel who has been vis ting friends and relatives here for some imo returned Wednesday to her homo n Nebraska City David Bennet loft for his homo in OUuinwa Tuesday after a short visit vith his daughter Mrs Wardall of Quiucy township J B Gorsuch and wife left Tuesday or their home iu Pattonsburg Mo fter visiting with the formers sister Mrs J Wilson Miss Nellie Brittaii Carbon has 1 PUTS YSsKSAVa Makes tlie food more deSkfoys wSsofesonze ROYAL EUKtG POWDHR CO t T Obituary David Cochran who died at his home near Quiucy on January iti was bom in Fiieahire Scotland March 23 came to America in 1851 and was mar ried to Mary Josephine Lamboley in ISuli in the state of Illinois He three years in the civil war after which he and his family moved to Iowa He was raised a Presbyterian but became a member of the M E church in The funeral sorvice was held in the M E church at Quincy attended by a large concourse of friends relatives and neighbors The old soldiers attended in a body and rendered the burial ser vice as the last sad rites of the order for their departed comrade The family have lost a good and kind father the community a good citizen the church and cause of Christ a faithful and de voted Christian From tho time he gave himself to Christ till his death his life was full of meekness and trust He proved the saving of Jesus Christ in his home in the church and com munity In death he found Christ true He died fearless and peaceful and in the blessed assurance of a home be yond May his death be sanctified to the salvation of relatives friends and the community Blessed are the dead who die in tho Lord Services were conducted by Rev A Y Cupp and J G Bourne Soods 25c Goods for 20c 40c Goods for goc 50c Goods for Childrens Handkerchiefs each lc Childrens Hose5 to lOc Mens Wool Socks ioc Ladies Wool Hose 15C The above prices will continue for two weeks till February 10 or until this advertised stock is closed out w THE ahd will assist in gathering news for our readers Miss Sadie Dean left for her homo in Albia Tuesday after a six mouths visit with her sisters Mrs Will Boswell and Mrs John Larkin of Mt Etaa and Mrs Fred Knott of Carbon Mr and Mrs L C Miller loft Tuesday for Omaha and will go from there to Kansas City They will bo away a num ber of weeks and Mr Miller expects to combine business with pleasure durin his absence The whist party given last Friday evening by Mr and Mrs A R Wells was thoroughly enjoyed by the twenty ladies and gentlemen present Dupli cate whist was played and refreshments followed tho evenings play W B Widner was married last Thurs day at Bedford to Miss Emma Dorn Mr Widnor who was captain of the Bedford company in the Philippines and who is now engaged in business in Bed ford has many friends in this county who will extend congratulations to tho happy couple We take this item from Saturdays ireston Gazette Miss Minnie Gentle who has been visiting friends and rela ives in this city for some time returned a her home in Corning today Mis gentle was accompanied by Miss Ada Gentle of this city who will visit for a hort time in Corning A B Shaw ia mentioned as a candi date for tho republican nomination for alderman from the fourth ward of Des Homes The Leader says that Mr Shaw stated that he had been asked to con sider becoming a candidate but had not given tho matter much thought How ever ho did not say he would not enter tain the proposition Mr Shaws friends here do not question his fitness for tho place but thoy doubt his ability to attain tho necessary physical pronor tions The death of Mrs Mary Ann Hunter wife of J II Hunter occurred on Wednesday of last week at her home near Carbon Her maiden name was Smith and she was married to J H Hunter January 10185J Seven child ren fourof whom preceded the mother in death were born to them As a Christian woman deceased had the ut most confidence of all who knew her and her religion was clearly manifest to all with whom she was associated Many friends will mourn her loss andexlend sympathyto the family The funeral was held on Friday the services being conducted by Rev A Y Cupp assisted by Rev Mover of the U B church of of this city Mrs Mary Weetmau whose home war near Quincy died Monday evening She was fqrtvrfrre years of age1 and A H Chnffeoleft the first of the week for Guthrio Ok He has disposed of most of his interests here and expects to malo hra homo in Guthrie where his family will join him after a few months Mr Chaffoo who has boon a resident of Corning for twentysix years is one of the best known contractors nnd builders in this part of the stato Most of tho arick buildings in Corning wore erected by him and ho has also done a great deal of work in other towns The Adams county court house and tho Tay or county court house were built by 11 m and he either built or assisted in building other public structures in southwestern Iowa Ho bore a high imputation as an honorable and reliable contractor Mr ChafToo is an excellent nan and citizen and tho departure of iimf e f and family will be regretted by ho wholo community For Sale 100 head of good grado Shorthorn prmgera Prices 830 to 835 Also ono Prices i and yearlinP Steers n mbe glven to par Cattle may bo seen at my farm ne mile louth of Coraing Iowa 6 F M WIDNER last fair when she was thrown from a buggy Three daughters and a son sur vive her and the sympathy of friends is extended to them Mrs WeetmEii was an excellent woman in all the relations of life and possessed theconfidence and esteem of all The funeral will be held today at I oclock Table Talk The January issue of Table Talk is at hand and its high excellence estab lishes the claims made for it by the publishers that it is the best amonc household magazines It presents in its culinary department every novelty and all new dishes Not only tho luxu ries but the economics of daily living are presented It gives the latest styles or table decoration and service It teaches exhaustively the art of good cooking of wise and economical living The Latest Served is the title of an article by Eliz Grinnell Table Man ners by Mrs Burton Kingsland a well known authority is an article giving uptodate and reliable information on the subject it treats of Raised Bis cuit or Light Rolls is the third paper m a series and is full of practical in formation The department All Through the Year Mrs Myer is filled with information women want to know Many other good articles by ab o contributors make this issue valu able to housekeepers Sample copies will be sent free to our readers by ad dressing the Table Talk Publishing Company Philadelphia Pa 8 Msrsisil Oi Wednesday of last week at the Catholic churun in the south part Cass county occurred the marriage of Miss Kafe Curry and Austin 13 Houck The ceremony which was performed ia the morning was followed by a dinner and reception to the young couple at the home of the brides parents Two hundred relatives and friends were present to enjoy tho festivities and to extend congratulations and in the even ing sixty guests were entertained at the home of the mother of the groom Tho young people both of whom live in Douglas township are among the best known in the community The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Curry and the groom is a son of Mrs Sarah Houck They received many valuable presents and start in life together under most iavorable cir cumstances Mr and Mrs Houck wilt begin housekeeping we understand on what ia known as the Powell farm and many friends join in wishing them well Forty men wanted to work on put ting up ice ten days work commenc ing Thursday Will pay from 8100 to per day F M Widner 5 Everything is advancing in price and photos must and will go higher but for the present we will make cabinet photos for 8100 and onehalf cabinet for fifty cents Come quick Nickels the Lead ing Photographer 4t2 Get the Haven Horse Cattle and Poultry food at the Department store it is the only stock food sold on its mer its and strictly guaranteed Buy a rive pound box and if you are not satisfied with the results i will refund your money No risk to take with these goods 4t2 GiiO MONTALDO When you want printing remember hat Tim UNIONUKITIBIJCAN oilice is aow installed iu its new oliice andean turn out excellent work at reasonable prices Our new oiiice is the first brick juilding south of the courts house on Davis avenue and is just a block north of the postotlice Any reasonable person knows we can lot make photos at the prices andnot lose money for the cost of production is more than the priceasked Cabinets abjBfifefi I have fiftytwo head of Shropshire Down ewes all bred which I will sell at reasonable prices Inquire at ray farm three and a half miles south of Corning James Colgan Bavins Hill at ths new sboe store have the boss shoe repairer Shoes re paired while you wait 3 Dont forget Wescott foi meals Only la cents 34 Call at the mill for your hay anil other feed They will give you a gain If you want the latest style photo graphs and the finest finish call on Tmsley Wotice Rumors have bean circulated that I did not intend to make Corning here after The reports were circulated by other tuners in order to deceiyo my patrons I will visit Corning several times a year as in the past and those who have pianos and who want them ooked after in the most satisfactory way should wait for me Leave orders at T O Bells telephone 38 E E BEIL Lost A plain gold band ring near tho fair ground Had inscription F P to C G Keward for finder upon leaving at this Farm For Kent A 200 acre farm for rent for money B11 A L WULLS Notice Tho Corning Mills are making a special price on Hay Straw and all kinds of feed Call and see them 5 Per Cent Money Money to loan on farm optional pay ments Pay interest once a per cent commission no gold clause DALK BROWK W S HKFJINQ Bronze for I haye full blood Bronze Turkeys for sale CHA3 LEONARD Leona YOU MAY THINK That it makes no difference where you buy your Shoes that you get just as good shoes one place are another that theyre all about the suniG but you iiG mistaken if you think so There are shoes and shoes and some are not worthy the name but they are sold somebody buys them it i AI r uijciu eFiWie and then they are We sell you the other kinW f l 1 1 I c of grade shoe J that are made of the best the best fac toricam the the I highest standard of the most comfortable and satisfactory and the most economical The New Shoe Store
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