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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - February 15, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                All Home Print Corning Adams County Iowa Thursday February 1 19 to FEBRUARY 24 INCLUSIVE All next week we shall devote to An Advance Showing of Muslin Underwent AND Special Sale of Bleached Muslins and Embroideries To deter mine the best selling numbers in tne new Muslin Un derwear creations to be in a posi tion to sup ply future wants we devote next week to a showing of the staples and all the new things in Muslin Underwear and to encourage early buying we give an extra 19 per ct Discount from pur usual low price As this is strictly Muslin Under wear week with us and soiue of you prefer to make up your own muslin garments we yds Bleached Muslin worth ic hard to find on the market at any price at per yard Also these three extra values in Hamburg the new work 12 patterns at per ydice i patterns at per yd 70 8 patterns at per yd 40 By a fortunate purchase we are en abled to offer these two special num bers in white Bed Spreads Lot patterns quilt measures Weighs 3 pounds lockstitchcd ends worth our A A price in this sale tpJLLPxJ Lot patterns quilt measures 84x 78 weighs 3 pounds 14 oz worth 62 our price each FISHERS A New I Have Just Put In a Line of Staple and Fancy A13 New fresh Goods I cordially invite my friends and others to call I will endeavor to please all customers and give them the benefit of low prices1 I have also a good stock of Mens Shoes and I am receiving additions to this line New and uptodate styles and low prices Open for business Thursday February 8th Second Door South of Post Office E HALL Iowa The causes for glasses except in old age for close work are defects or eyeball is too short or too long or the curvature of the cornea is irregular which destroys per fecb refraction These cannot be remedied by medicine or surgery but the refraction can be corrected by glasses properly fitted This we have made a study and in every way prepared ourselves for the work If we had a perfect knowledge of medicine it would not help us We do not treat diseased eyes but defective vision and guarantee satisfaction Ankeny Carmichael W B Ankeny Optician It is not the oar with tho most rows that contains the best corn Methusaleh hart the distinction of being the original grand old party Many a chanty fund owes its success to a competition of vanity Even a lazy man will hury when a train stops only ten minutes for refreshments BAKING POWDER Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROYAL MKina rontut eo mw YORK A SOLDIERS BURIAL Theodore Larson Who Died In Hanlla Bu rled at Strand Saturday Last Saturday at Strand occurred the funeral of Theodore Larson of com pany K First Nebraska regiment the first Adams county soldier ever in Manila He died at the brigade hos pital in Manila October 3 1898 Theodore Larson was born in Adams county in 1874 He was very widely known in the northern part of the county and was an excellent young man bright clean and capable He was visiting an uncle John Rudisil in Ne braska when the war broke out He enlisted in the First Nebraska was sent to the Presidio at San Francisco early in the season and from there went to Manila on one of the first expedi tions He was in two skirmishes be fore Manila and acquitted himself with honor On the 20th of September he was taken ill with malarial fever After a few days in his quarters he was sent to the brigade hospital at Manila where he died at p m October 3rd He was hurried with military honors on October 4th An extract from a letter from a comrade Philip Nelson tells the pathetic story of his burial It was very sad hews to the whole company for everyone liked him The procession assembed at the hospital and consisted of the Nebraska band eight armed soldiers on horseback the chaplain and oflicers In a carriage and last the entire company K dressed in white uniforms and side arms The sermon was short but to the point and good When the grave was illled the liring squad fired three volleys over his grave and the bugler sounded taps It was the most touching funeral tho soldiers had ever attended and when reminded in the sermon that they stood at the grave of a brave soldier who had given his life for his country riot on the battlefield but by disease the worst enemy the boys had encountered there was not a man in the en tire company who did not take it to heart Since then until less than two months ago his body has been in Manila Last Thursday it arrived in Corning Saturday morningthe funeral started from Corning at 9 oclock for the church at Strand where the services were held at 2 oclock in the afternoon Several members of company K Fifty First Iowa from Corning attended and he was given a soldiers burial The ser vices were conducted by Rev A Y Cupp and Rev Slcarpness at the Strand church The pall bearers were Jesse Hiclcer Howard Karns Harvey Bacon and Jay Conaway members of the Corning company JOSEPH ENO BURIED The First Attains County Soldier Killed in Ac tion occasioned by war brought vividly back to memory the past week Tho bodies of the two brave soldiers were returned from the Philippines and laid to their final rest in the home land this week Joseph Eno private in Co H First Wash Vol Int will be buried at Carl on Thursday February 15 The de ceased was born in and lived most of his life in Adams county indeed un til three years ago when he removed to Washington When the war broke put he enlisted from Ellensburg in the First Washington and was sent with them first to the Presidio at San Francisco and later to Manila Just one year from the day of his enlistment April 27 1SU9 at the age of 31 he was killed while on duty at Les Pinas where the regiment was stationed Private ISno was in the Washington battalion which together with the Hawthorn battery repelled an attack of the Filipinos to regain possession of the Zapote Bridge near Les Pinas In the same battle one of the Fiftyfirst Iowa boys Private Wagner of Co A who had been detailed with the Haw thorn battery was also killed The services will be held at the Carl M E church at 1 p m conducted by Rev Palmer after which interment will be made at the First Baptist church with military honors From among the Co K boys at Corning the pall bearers will be chosen The firing squad will be chosen from among the Prescott sol diers and they will bear arms forward ed to them from Red Oak The mother of this brave soldier Mrs Esther Eno and his brother Albert live at the old home in Carl township His sister Mrs C R Drake lives in Carl while his other brothers Ed and Will also live in this county Having lived here so long Joseph Eno had a large number of friends He was a young man of intelligence and worth Ho was unmarried The many friends and relatives have more than the usual amount of sympathy in their loss Absolute Piano Protection When you buy a piano or an organ from W W Kimball Co you are not only given an absolute guarantee on the intrument but the price is guaranteed as well No other piano house thus protects its patrons We wish to emphasize the fact that our patrons are sure of absolute satis their interests arc our in terests A line of these instruments will be offered for sale in Corning February 3 to 14 Call and see them 1st door west of Z T Widenors room formerly occupied by Morgans grocery BERT D PACK Gen Agt 6 Creston Iowa for Sale 100 hoad of good grade Shorthorn springers Prices 830 to 835 Also one and two year old Heifers Prices to Also Calves and yearling Steers Time will bo given to responsible par ties Cattle may be seen at my farm one milo south of Corning Iowa 5 F M WIDNER Firstclass pork mut ton veal and Shumans THE CORNING SAVINGS BANK Anual Meeting of the Stockholders and of the Directors ot the Institution The annual meeting of stockholders of the Corning State Savings Bank was held last Thursday Four members of the old board of directors Messrs E A Scholz F L LaRue O A Pease and C F Andrews were reelected while A B Turner was chosen in the same manner to succeed A F Okey and W II Clark to succeed H H LaRue A meeting of the board of directors was held immediately upon the adjourn ment of the stockholders and F L La Rue was elected president E A Scholz vice president and W HClarkcashier The retirement of A F Okey who has been president of the bank since its or ganixation in 1890 necessitated the changes noted Both Mr LaRue and Mr Clark have been connected with the bank for a number of years the for mer as cashier and the latter as assis tant and the management of the insti tution has been largely in their hands Consequently there is practically no change in the management which has been so satisfactory to both stockhol ders and to patrons The new men on the board of directors combine financial strength and experience and unques tioned integrity That the bank will continue to enjoy the success which has caused it to be regarded as one of the leading institutions of the kind in this part of the state we have no doubt Obituary The many friends in Corning will be pained to learn of the death of Mrs Geo W Frank which occurred at her late home in Kearney Neb on Saturday February 4 She had been in poorhealth for some mooths but her death came sud denly and unexpectedly from heart failure Mrs Frank came to Corning with her husband in 1869 and resided here until 18S3 when sho removed to Kearney Neb Mrs Frank made a host of friends because of her rare qualities of mind and heart These gifts were culti vated not alone for her own enjoyment but for the pleasure of her friends aud family She was a lover of books art and all things beautiful Her disposition was bright hopful and genial To the suffering and unfortunate she waa through all her daya a comfort and bene diction because she lost no opportunity of doing good Airs Prank was a con sistent cheerful and devoted Christian Having become a member oE the Pres byterian church when 20 years of age and her Christianity was characterized by trusting faithfulness and deeds of loving service ftlrs Frank was born at Groveland N Y in 1832 and was mar ried to Geo W Frank in 1854 Tho re mains wore baken to Warsaw N Y for interment wan iiary Born inTJeftersori coun ty N Y October 34 1855 moved with her parents to Illinois in married toChas Weetman February 15 187S in Buran county Illinois In 1879 they moved to Adams county Iowa Where her husband died May 20 1888 Six children blestthe home with their prat tling voices and innocent ways two having passed over the river Three daughters and one son remain and mourn the loss of a faithful loving and devoted mother Mrs Weetman was a remarkable woman in that she was true to the higher interest of life She maintained the home the children were held together cared for in a most wor thy and sacred manner Seldom have I witnessed a home where love of mother and children for each other so clearly prevailed Mother was the central fig ure of home the princess the treasure One of Gods faithful jewels has gone Her life and its influence will remain to bless the home and comfort the dear ones left Memories precious and last ing will ever cluster taround the hearts and stimulate to follow in the path that mother walked Mrs Weetnmn became a Christian in early life and joined the M E church continuing a faithful member The aged grandmother and children have the sympathy and respect of tho community Elizabeth Hidinger nee Graf was born May 1 at Canton Bern Switzerland and died at her home in Corning February aged seventy years Miss Graf came to America in 1854 and settled in West Virginia In she was married to John Hidinger and six years later they came to Adams county where they have since lived She was converted to God through the preaching of Rev Werner and united with the Evangelical association to which she remained faithful to the end She was a loving mother and her six children and eleven grandchildren and her husband together with her many friends mourn her death The funeral sermon was preached by Rev J II Seiwert at the Salem church Lewis W Ritter was born December 2718UO in Macklenburg Germany and died February 10 aged thirty years He came to America in 1871 removing to Cook county 111 for three years and then coming to Adams county where ho has since resided A stroke of paralysis was the cause of his death He leaves his parents one sister and many friends to mourn his departure NOT MADE BY THE TRUST Powder Already this little store has made its friends Already the news has gone out that The Overflow is a good place to get your wants supplied It a pleasure to any ono and especially so to a new mer chant to be accorded the excellent trade that has been bestowed on this store ever since we opened our doors to tho public on last Thurs day morning We rejoice in the fact that we are appreciated and it shall be our highest aim to make this tho peoples store A good department store is a necessity to the times a cash store cash the parent of low prices Quick sales and small profits gathered from fifty different lines show the aggregate of gain to an advantage over a higher selling per centage on one or two lines This store sells goods for profit our health is good and you pay the same share that yoir rich neighbor does One price and one treatment to all We solicit you to learn our prices they are all marked in plain figures and they wil tell you a story of how a penny saved is a penny made We make you money by saving you money You have a special invitation to come and see us and judge of what we say and then youll know why the people go and do wise trading at THE OVERFLOW Burrows Bldg Corning Iowa ON THE SQUARE YOU will find if you will ijsN investigate that ever you may purchase at 35 The City Market is just as we have repre ife sented it to you If we tell you a roast is nice and juicy or a steak is tender you will find when eating them that what we said about them was true fl ygiffl p 11 i we have and charge only nominal prices Our groceries like our meats are always fregh anS SCI of the very highest quality All goods delivered 5l ly and free inside the city limits or DOWNING SONS3 At Spion Kop honors were about even between British and Boer one clay the hill be longed to Tommy Atkins and the next England made Much Ado About Nothing a thing SNAVELY never does He makes no claims that he cannot verify His statement Jj5that he handles the largest stock arid the I BEST FURNITURE IN CORNING andat lowest prices has been proven correct Com may fuss and fume and endeavor to make war Cfc on SNAVELY but it is impossible for them to retain their position or verify their claims SNAVELYS FURNITURE has stood the test in too many Adams county homes to be injured by funny stories He also handles Pianos Sewing Machines Whatever you buy here is of the best quality and fully guaranteed L SNAVELY UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY The funeral services were conducted by RevI II Seiwert at the Stringtown church Married the residence of Rev II Bosisto and by him February 91900 Mr Charles A Harris of Mas sena and Misa Maud L Williams of Eureka Their homo will be at Mas sena where Mr Harris is engaged in building 1osten of Villisca and Miss Ada Starr of Noclaway were married at tho home of the brido Feb ruary 8 at 7 p in llev Rowley of Brooks performing tho ceremony Their many friends wish them happiness Po torsWheel At the residence of Rev A Y Cupp and by him Febru ary 111900 Mr Frank AT Peters and Miss Priscilla Wheeler both of Doug las township Adams county la Both are highly respected young people May the light of love and joy fill their homo For Sale Cheap Nine noom honge closots pantry and cellar good burn located in most desir able part of Iorning Call at premises or address 72t MAUY K MOOKE A Change J H Vance has moved hia tin shop to Ralph Kussells hardware store in the old B F Ivoy building where he wilt be pleased to serve his old and as many new customers as may need roof ing spouting or any other work in shoot iron or tin 5 Per Cent Money Money to loan on farm optional pay ments Pay interest onco a per cent commission no gold clause DAW3 BROWN W S HKKLINQ   

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