Thursday, May 3, 1900

Adams County Free Press

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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - May 3, 1900, Corning, Iowa A1I Home Print Corning Adams County Iowa Thursday May 3 I9OO Vol XXX No 18 For Men Only THIS timely opportunity to secure a suit of clothes or any part thereof made by Chicagos most progressive merchant tailors at prices which closely compete with readytowear clothing One of their experts will be here one day only Thursday May I Oth with a complete line of about SOOsampIes displayed right from the bolt Their guarantee and ours goes with every order ONE DAY ONLY MAY IO 1 FIGHT Say mister you ort a seen the mix up the alley the other day Wy a couole a guys wuz hamlin it ter each it Oder ter beat th band Fust one toss boy grabs a club an swings on the Oder fellers can till he near went out o d bisniz But he was there some an went throwin the snowballs inter the swingers dial in one too tree order Insk erbout a minit he didnt have any use fer dat club Bot his lamps wuz turned r out an his beak wus bleedin like er i XT m i vf busted foset in a pink lemonade camp t Mr Clubfighter wuz up agm it dat time an wuz lookin iike thirty cents afore he got wise ter the fack den v T uj W V1LUO a Li TV IUUti111 I iji afore he got wise ter the fackden wuz somethindoin yt other guy had stay in qualities ter stan tpr npnt nn i always been that waj with But gee dat fer dat peck on his head Kj has It has withstood the attacks of competition because of its staying qualities and general superiority It isnt necessary to say much those who have bought once of us always remain our customers Look other stocks then come and see the best and cheapest here Our stock this spring is the largest ever handled in this county It F was selected with great care and contains very pretty Parlor Suits room Suits Couches Sofas Sideboards fact everything Undertaking a Specialty J L SNAVELYj INSURANCE Gasoline Stoves JHE only Stove provided with a Safety Attachment so gasoline will not leak out if for any reason the burner flame should be blown out while in use WESTROPE BEMAN CORNING IOWA AN EXTENSIVE INDUSTRY The Hens of Adams County Make a Great Dea of Business Reread the fbllowmg last welkin The Afton There is nOdoubt but thatAfton is the greates market for eggs of any town inthe state Our merchants always pay the very top market price and farpnera bring their eggs to Afton from adjoin ing counties On Friday Saturday anc Monday last there were bought anc shipped from Afton 193 cases of eggs in excess of what was consumed in the city There are 30 dozen in each case so that 5790 dozen were shipped in three days and which were only average days during the spring and summer Over SGOOwere paid the farmers for eggs in three days AVe had some doubt as to the suprem acy of Afton as egg center and a little inquiry proved that the doubt waswell founded During the three days named by The StarEnterprise one Corning firm alone received for shipment more than double the number received al Afton while the other firm was not far behind On Thursday Friday and Sat urday Monday and Tuesday Apr 2123 and 24 W J Kellogg received 405 cases and the Corning Produce com pany received 340 a total of 745 This is alinost four times the number shippec from Afton It is customary to regard the Ameri can hen as a great institution but few realize how great she really is In three days the Corning buyers took in over a quarter of a million eggs and paid for them over 82000 Thisis a little above tne average and still during the season the receipts will not run much less thai this And our egg editor isgiot experl enough to estimate the homeconsump ton or the number now being used to produce the always welcome spring chicken A SPLENDID SUCCESS The Oratorio Given Under the Directionof Allss Beymer Highly Appreciated From every point of view the ora torio given at the Methodist church Friday evening was a success The attendance was very good and theaudi ence thoroughly approbated the efforts of those who toot part in the enter tainment The choruswhich consisted of over sixty voicee showed most care ful training and reflected great credi spon Miss Grace Beymer to whose ability as a leader and persistence undent discouraging circumstances the success of the entertainment is due Although the chorus was perhapsthe best feature of the evening thesiugmg of the ladies quartette deserves especial noticeThe double quartette also sang particular1 welland the severalsolos were highl Miss Lenpre Okeyiillec the difficult position of aecompanis satisfactorily We learn that there is some talk of repeating the oratorio ace we hope that arrangements to this enc may be made Following are those who took part in it K Vornon Vf Hnydiiin U W Dubbs C W liurch Itoliert Uentle E W Gillet Krnest Jiuiiiway Mrs Wiinl Campbell Allss Ilnniu Swindler Sirs Fay JMiner Charles Shaw Uritzcn O W Hnrcli llarroy Davis Charles Iray Fiauk Libby Miss Fannie Francis Alias Mattlu Haker Allss Ruth Miinus Airs Frank Crlfgs Miss Wyuoua 1erenrluu UKM Allss Mauil lililrliljje Allss Sara Donaldson Allss Jcaunle Itantlulpli Mrs Dennis liollam Mrs Prank Andrews EdCarmicIiael T Wliloner Miss Dora VanZaut Allss Edna Mason Miss Hussio Atikeny Allss Edj the Pease AHss Myrtle Drenuan Miss lluutrlce lilemvoocl Miss lieiilah Ely MIsshdna liallantyne Miss Laura Turner Aliss Minnie Hlxhy Alhs Aland liellen AHss Stella Davis Miss Hnldah Drown Allss Until Turner Atiss Nettle Twining Allss lesslelvcy Allss Kitty Manor Koss Kenyon Miss Jesse Uolil Allss DolUe Gibson Allss Aimlfred ISevlns Miss Until ICIdriilgo Miss Ida Cain Allss Carrie Stanley Miss Jesse Brown Miss Jean Alltchell AIjss Umlly Norton Aliss Dine Jackson Miss lilrilleShiiuian Allss Clara Andrews Miss Clara 1lace Allss Jennie Thomas Trains and the Louisiana Purchase An interesting fact in connection with the new overland train which the Burlington is about to put into service between St Louis and Puget Sound by way of Billings Mont is that for near ly the entire distance of 2500 miles it will run through country acquired by the United States at the time of the Louisiana purchase in 1804 When Napoleon Bonaparte on behalf of France sold the territory to us for cents an acrehe littledreamed n his endeavor to annoy Englandwhat a magnificent empire he was practically giving away Mule Pound About two weeks ago a black mulo was takon up by the undersigned at his farm live miles and a half east of Corn ng Owner can secure sarno by proving roperty and paying costs S A SMITH May 4 1900 Corning Iowa Learn Shorthand Shorthand in a short time by a short method The long struggle with the old systems is made brief and easy by the Brief System Join the Corning class that is going to master this new and practical method in ten weeks be ginning June 25 and equip yourself for a remunerative position Address Frank lleam Corning la Instructor Something New I have just added a fine new fountain o my restaurant equipment and in this ine as in others 1 will endeavor to keep at the head I will aim to keep the best fruit juices and you know the ex sellence of my ice cream II E CIIKISTIE We Want Right Away ood Adams county lowest for a special in amounts from 81000 to SnOOO or more Jowest rates and special advantages Call or write 162 DARUOW INVESTMENT Co from a hot Royal Baking Powder biscuit whets the appetite The taste of such a sweet creamy delicate and a joy to the most fastidious ROYAL Baking Powder j improves the flavor and adds to the healthful ness of all risen flourfoods It renders the biscuit bread and cake more digestible and nutritious Royal Baking Powder makes hot breads wholesome Food raised with Royal will i not distress persons of deli1 cate or enfeebled digestion i though eaten warm and fresh i Imitation baking poxvders almost invariably con tain alum Alum makes the food unwholesome ROYAL BAKING POWDER co NEW YORK CONVENTION SATURDAY The Republicans Will Meet Saturday to Select Delegates to the State Convention The republicans of Adams county will meet at the court house daturdsy morning at 11 oclock for the purpose of selecting nine delegates to the state convention at Des Moines next week and the same number to the congres sional nominating convention yet to be called The question of the adoption of the primary system of nominating county candidates will be considered THE UxiONBEPunLiCAN has secured reports from the following precincts as to the delegates selected Coimiton Win Shcnrburn Tin Luuas Peter Lynch G i Little li D Mercer O Mitchell A AL Ueymer 11 11 Gregory C FAndrews A I Lewis P S JunUln M E leo Dllss D II Meyerhoir W C Chubb 1 Alex ander T O Dell Keward Morris Pierce Aletx L li Stanley A K Purdimi D D Uoliam Hurt Pierce M Graham A 1 Caniloltl M Wel Hver A Parsons Dan Miller T K Flckel Uurnuy Um lioswell si A Church C A Foot K K Cupp J W Keus IlrooksC L Scott J L Walker F AC lllaek Dan Lotherman PrescottG S Grouse W K Wilson A D Goodwill F W Humphrey J P Clark John Itosenbaueh Ed Tackier J S Talley v NodawayG HowardI Taylor s King J C Sabln J Laurence T Cooncy J Kirk A IJeatty W Hays D E Swain K B WI1 marthwm lilxler Carothers Alorrls Caipbell larsliendrlckson John Wilds Clark Lawrance r Ollnlmnt John IJixler E L Hoyt E W ered at her bedside when death came Those present Avajre Mrs LM Alien and Miss Aura crow of this city Mrs F G White of Seymour Mrs Willard Walton of Council Bluffs Mrs S P Shaw of Telia and Charles E Crow of JUes Moines Pour sisters were also present as follows Mrs Geo P Brown of Corning Mrs Barney Cavenaugh of Atlantic Mrs Robt Booker of Omaha and Mrs James Wallace of Tekamah Nebraska Obituary On Saturday morning April 2S 1900 at her home in Jasper township Mrs Fanny Crow wife of George E Crow died of congestion of the brain aged liftyflve years The funeral took place Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock conduct ed by liev M V Higbee assisted by Ltev J A Lovejoy Interment in Oak Hill cemetery Harlow daughter of Hiram ind Elizabeth llarlow was born in ttockford Ind December 10184i In 855 when she was eleven years old she removed with her parents to Iowa lo cating at Fairfield where they spent the winter In the following spring they with other pioneer settlers journeyed to Montgomery county being one of the irst white settlers in the county Af ter a brief residence they removed to Adams county locating at Brooks and ater residing at Quincy Her father was one of the promoters of Tree Ma sonry and Methodism At the age of fifteen years sheunited with the Meth odist church in later life with the resbyterian church to which faith she leld at tiie time of her death At the age of twentytwo she was united in marriage to George E Crow and has since lived inAdams county To them lave been born eight children Two died in childhood Her sickness elated but four days On londay morning she was about her household duties at night she was itricken down All that medical assis iancu and tender loving hands could do vas dune to prolong her stay but her earthly mission was finished As a wife and motbur the deceased was as nearlv a type of perfection as is possible in a vorld of imperfection As a neighbor he was loved by all who I new her To er children she was indulgent to a aultand her greatest pleasure was in heir comfort and happiness when the deceased was stricken the six surviving children weresummoiicd and wore gath Mrs Len B Abbey died at her home near Mt Etna last Sunday night at the age of sixtyfour years Miss Mary Smith was born iu Ohio in 1835 and was married to L B Abbey in 185J At the age of sixteen Mrs Abbey united with the Baptist church and has been a faithful Christian As a neighbor and friend and as a wife and mother she was a model of cheerfulness and pa tience She leaves besides her hus band one son and one daughter to miss her presence The funeral services were held at the home Tuesday after noon conducted by Rev A Y Cupp assisted by Ilev Mr BaiJey of the Uunkard church and interment was made in the First church cemetery Tlie Passion Play in Corning Monday evening May 7 the people of Corning and vicinity will be given the rare opportunity of witnessing a re production of the worldfamous Passion Play of Oberammergau The signed has perfected arrangements with the original company to give an exhibi tion in St Patricks church on the date mentioned Doors will be open at p m The exhibition will commence at 8 p m promptly This is no irresponsible company but the original firm whose pictures were secured under the immediate di rection ofthe Bavarian government in which province is situated the village of Oberammergau It is on our part moreover not merely a money making affair We have been prompted rather by an earnest desire to have presented to the Christian people of the city a de vout exhibition of the greatest tragedy the world ever witnessed We therefore mast cordially invite al without excep tion The admission fee adults thirtylive sents children twentylive cents is as low as expenses incurred make it pos sible Tickets on sale at Iotters drug store B T SIIUUIDAN Pastor St Patricks Church Mud cant get in the shoe of a King man Planter No 1 17 AVhen in need of Hour and feed call at the Corning Mills feed store east of Kenyons grocery s Drop in and see theKingman Planter No 1 Drops corn live different ways Sold by Piper Okey 17 Housekeeper wanted in a small fam ily on a farm Must be tidy and a good cook No outside work required Must be well recommended Address with particulars box 42 Briscoe la 15tf For spring fever try a prescription from Christies soda fountain IF it does not cure it will at least make you feel better 10 I want to buy one hundred 100 to 175 ID stock hogs tf B F MYKHS ANEW tTIMECARD Practcally a Return ta the Old Time With the tjie Addition of Two Trains i The new card inla effect on the Burlington Sunday will prove very satisfactory to the patrons of the road Practically it is a return to the card whiev was in effect prior to the radical change which was made a couple of months ago but there are two new trains and one of them at least will bo very convenient The two midday trains are unchanged No 3 going west at and No east at No 5 is unchanged and No 11 utes earlier No 2 is four minutes earlier than before and No 12 has not changed No ti which has been going east at a m has returned to about the old time and now reaches Corning at a m while No has been taken off The new trains are Nos J aud 10 thtJ first of which goes west at p m and the other east at p m No 9 will be an especially con venient train Now if No 10 were run east early in the morning in time for Des Moines connections the train ser vice for people here would be almost ideal As it is however it is very sat isfactory Following is the new time card OOIXG EAST Passenser daily 33 p m OSpm OS p m tiinj 4a iu No 92 Frelslir dally COIXO WKST No 11 Passenger dally No 5 Passenger daily VVV No 3 Passenger daily No 1 rassensjer dally 40 am No Passenger daily p a No Sl KrelKht daily inlm No 83 V rufcht daily fns n IS No 91 ITrelRlit dally except Sunday a m KecUHkCa S Crestou and fisrrles passengers between Creston anti No 91 carries passengers to Pacific Junction Adams County Sunday School Assa A meeting of all the ollicers of the Sunday school association of Adams county will be held Saturday afternoon May 5 at 2 oclock in the basement of the Presbyterian church to take into consideration matters of interest and moment to the organization IKA P CTAKIV c A SMITH President Secretary Saturday the 5th and Monday the 7th is the profit sharing days at the Depart ment Store In addition to our low pri ces will give each customer who buys 50c worth of merchandise or morea present free Eggs taken same as cash Lyman Sage sold a four year old gelding to K B Simpson Ine buyer last week for The animal was sired by Joet the well known trot ting stallion which goes to prove that it pays to breed to good horses I have removed my dressmaking par lors across the street opposite my old stand upstairs Miss MARY SCANLAJJ Dobrys Guaranteed Cure for hog cholera Sold by Greenway Bros 52gU Mrs Clay Bristow s prepared to ill kinds of dressmaking Call at her home formerly the Al Compton house II E Christie started up his new fountain last week and has been serving ce cream soda and other summer drink to his patrons

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