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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - July 5, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                Corning Adams County Iowa Thursday July 5 I 90O Voi IOWA The Annual Encampment of llie Reg iment August i to 8 WILL BE AT RED OAK A Reunion of the Regiment Which is the Only Iowa Regiment That Saw Service During the Spanish War Will Also Be Held Ues Moinesfijeader will tie of interest to many of Tour readers t Adjutant General Byers and Colonel JameCHush Lincoln commander of the Fiftyfirst regiment Iowa JSTational Guard returned yesterday from a visit to the different towns seeking the camp for the regiment this summer They visited Oskaloosa Atlantic Creston and Red Oak and before Colonel Lin coinleft for his home at Ames last evening they announced that Red Oak had been decided upon The encampment will be held from August 1 to August 8 In connection with it there will be a reunion of the Piftyhrst regiment The reunion will beheld August 9 the next day after the close of the encampment The guardsmen will be peririitted to remain at camp onthis date And General By ershas consented to allow the old mem berSbf the Fiftylirst who come to the reunionto use the tents The idea of holding the reunion this year is in a large measure a newone It was pro motedbylled Oak citizens particularly old members of the regiment in that vicmityand General Byers and Colonel Lincolndid not oppose it One feature of the reunion that is notable is the fact that the oldbrigade commanders of the regiment will be invited It is expected General Irving Hale of Denver will be present and possibly other general oflicers Colonel Lincoln has had ample ter ritory placed at his disposal for the en campment The tents will be pitched north of the city The features of the place as a camping ground are not un known to theliftyfirst as it camped there in1890 Colonel Lincoln said last night there were excellent opportunities dnthfedtillgrounds his favorite open1 jriftyrflrst Thevcavalry will given anopportunity by Colonel Lincoln to learn some of the realities or camp life For instance it was proposed to Col onel Lincoln that stablesshould be pro vided for the cavalry horses He im mediately announced thecavalry horses this year would have to get along stab leless He says what he desires to train the cavalry to is the art of taking care of their horses out of doors This he says is the first thing for a cavalryman to learn Therefore when Troop A gets to camp itshorses will be bunched and tethered out of doors and none but the horses nsed by the infantry oflicers will be permitted to see stalls A DELIGHTFUL DAY Thats What the Creston Papers Say the Peo ple From That Town Enjoyed in Corning The Creston Advertiser gave the fol lowing account of the Eastern Star pic nie at Kdgewood Lake last week The Jiastern Star picnic at Edgewood Lake Corning was a great success Some two hundred ladies and gentlemen from Creston Villisca and Corning were in attendance Edgewood Lake is a beautiful body of water surrounded by a natural grove and is the property of Mr Frank Wid ner of CorningThe train bearing the picnickers from here left at 8 a mwith two special cars a happy lot of people They were transferred in hacks from Corning to the grounds where the day was spent in bathing boat riding and other sports A man dolin club from Corning furnished ex cellent music and a day of rare enjoy ment was indulged in The Eastern Star society was highly complimented on all sides for their splendid entertain ment J5ome of the participants returned on No 2 at and the others on No 10 at last evening Mr Widner also has the thanks of all for the use of his beautiful grounds No more charming could be found in Iowa For Sale 320 acres niceiy improved one and half miles from good town in one ol the best localities in Kansas Will sel at a bargain For particulars write to JBnooAN 21 Hartford Lyon County Kan I have a first classs baker and can furnish bread cakes pies or any kind o bakery goods at any time You wil find that my restaurant is headquarters for all these goods H E CHRISTIE 25 Wool Wanted I am buying wool again and want the Bheep men Jn this territory to know that I pay the highest pricesthe mar ket allows You will find me in the first building north of Madisons res taurant Bring in ybnr wool GKORQE MAIION For Sale Two Shorthorn bull calves one year old iolidred P J FKENEY 272 Leonard la ROYAL ARCH BANQUET Jureka Chapter Delightfully Entertains a Large of Guests The annual banquets of Eureka Chapter K A M of this city have een most enjoyable in the past but lone has heen more delightful than hat which was given last Friday even fig In addition to the members and heir wives a limited number of guests ivero present The commodious rooms of the order were well lilled An in formal reception was held before the serving of the banquet and the recep tion rooms presented an animated ap learance when the time for adjourn nent to the banquet haU camg Here heguests were seated around four ong tables The banquet was in charge of Caterer and reflected rent credit upon him It was served y a number of young ladies and gen lemen and music was rendered during Schubert Mandolin eluband the Pickett orchestra Fol ovvihg is the menu rozen Fruits Cherry Kisses Oraneeade Sliced lliiin Veal Loaf Salmon Salad Kliceil Tomatoes Saratoga Chips Jreeu 1oas Olives Salted Almonds Assorted Breads Iiueapple Sherbet am Assorted Cake Macaroons American Clieesft Ice Tea Coffee The tables having been cleared A 11 iVells took charge and after music by Mandolin club announced a vocal luet by Edwardand Druette Messenger f Prescott The little ones performed 0 acceptably that they were compelled o respond to an encore which was equally pleasing Ira P Clark re ponded to the toast Eureka Chapter lis effort was a learned disquisition ipon masonry in general and Eureka Jhapter in particular and it was heart ly received by all From the faces of ome of his brethren it was evident rfat he trenched frequently upon the eeret work of the order many of his ernarks causing merriment that was nexplicable to an outsider Mrs C Gray responded briefly but point sdiy to the toast Joined to a Jiner ler remarks were appreciated by all and especially by those who like her vere joined to a jiner The Bough md Hugged Road was the subject as iigned to E F Leake of Prescott and he toast acquired peculiar signigeance vhenit became known that the gentle men had scarcely recovered from the effects of making the journey over this oad A trio by Misses Gillet Stephen ion and Peregrine was followed by the espouse of H II Harris to the toast Wet or Dry Mr Harris was very xappy in his response which was short rresppnBeiwhich was the en RevVBis of Red ak Dr Moiiltons apt ancr amusing and were thoroughly appre ciated A song by Miss Mes engpiwon a round of applause and H if Towncr responded to the toast The Keystone The effort was a Hting climax to a most enjoyable even ng The company dispersed while the ickett orchestra was rendering one of ts selections The occasion was a Peasant one to all and especially to those who were guests of the lodge NEW BOOKS RECEIVED The People of Corning Help Swell the Crowds at Other Points the 4th Carbon and Nodaway the Only Towns in Adams to Crows and a Qood Time at Each The population of Corning was eon Jdeiably scattered yesterday Hun dreds attended the celebration atCar bon Prescott and Noctaway while some went to Creston There were numerous picnics and many remained juietly at home and assisted the chil Lren in observing the nations birthday The weather was ideal and at the three owns in the county where celebrations were held everything passed off in a manner At Prescott There was a large crowd at Prescott md those who attended from here re port a fine time The celebration pass id off in the best possible manner and he unfortunate disagreement which threatened to mar the affair last week did not have any effect There was an abundance of good music by the Pres ott band the martial band and a cho us The parade in the morning was mrticipated in by thecivic orders of he town and other citizens and was a reditable affair The reading of the declaration of Independance took place n the morning and an excellent ad kess was made by Kev E F Leake n the afternoon a fine program was endered at theplatform Col Pierce letz qf this city made a speech which was spoken of in the highest terms and vhich won hearty applause The prin cipal address of the day wa3 made by lev C E Schaible of Oreston and it vas listened to with pleasure by all there were various games and ontests and sports which all passed iff pleasantly The ball game between Jrescott and Cromwell was won by the atter the score standing 9 to 2 There vas a fine display of fireworks as a lit ing climax to a most successful and enjoyable day At Carbon 1st uf New Books Just Received at the Corn Inn Free Public Library The Library association have received a list of new books the names of which we give below They will be ready for distribution Saturday In Connection with Do Wllloiigliby Claim Burn ott Heats of the Iarker Story of Taylor Affairs o m Olil Hull iMacDoiiald Martinis of MacUonnlil II KootB Straut0 Adventures a of lllack Iventuuky h Allcu I Allen It Stockton Travuls In youtli Taylor llttle VauDyko Thorium ICimblors Torroy White Mans lilnoUnv Hoots and Custer Teutliij on the Iuster Kancli Jlfe and Hunting Koosevelt Ioiincl In tho Among my It Lowell Century of Fiske Our Native I Kccler Castle Shaw A Sea SHaw Story of S Pholps Loveliness K riieljis IHirroiiKlis lioy Travelers In Japan and W Knox Mam Without a K IIilo Hoys Kiiiu Lanlur Bllliurry Jioys unit swott ISoys of Xoali Brooks What Kilty dirt at Coolldge What Katy did CoolUlto Dorothy O Kirk Dorothy and Her 0 Kirk Wide Wide Warner Birds Christmas Wltiglns Stories Mother Nature Andrews Sttven Little Andrews Adventures of Ijimb Biography of a SetouThompsoo Wild Animals I have Scrtn Thompson Trials of the Sand hill SetonThomp son Boys Book of Thompson FourHanded T Miller Story of the American s Brooks Ilantation J C Harris Chronicles of Aunt MinervyAnnJ C Harris Beo W Morley Childs History of Bonner Santa Clauss N 1age Garden of W Howard To Have and to Johnston Queen of the II Cattienvood Elsie Holmes Mortal W Cuardlan AncelO W Book of True Thanct Bob Son of Olllvant Story of the M Baskett Poetic anil Dramatic Tootle WorksJ JlIxwelt Words their Use and Mntliow ShortMtories of ijhy Kelly Complete works of George Eliot Watch A gold filled open face watch was lost Tuesday between Gilletts brick yard and the house of A B Turner jr ED MAKTIN The empty barrel Boon fails to pieces THE EVER G16R10US THBEE CELEBRATIONS everybne Bad a good itirrie Vlusic1 was furnished by the Carbon and which played unusuallywell and lad enthusiastic praise from everyone The program which was given in the grove just east of Carbon began at After a concert by the band and a song by the chcir Ilev G Calmer gave the invocation The JDec aration of Independence was read by Miss Nellie ISrittan The address was iven by Kcv C IS Schaible of Cres on OQ Our Countrys Greatness It was a patriotic speech delivered in an repressive manner and was closely istened to and heartily cheered After he picnic dinner an impromptu pro gram was giVen wich consisted of songs by the choir music by the band and short addresses by Rev T O Ew ing U K Moftett W F Wallace Al Bixler and Air Bristow of Stratton Neb A number of contests in racing pole climbing and a calfc walk took place in the afternoon anil afforded much amusement to the crowd The ireworks display in the evening was line The music by the choir should nave special comment for it was very good The program was carried out in every detail and reflects great credit on those who had it in charge At Nodaway The celebration at Noclaway was suc cessful in the extreme Probably the largest crowd ever gathered together in that part of the county was in town on the Fourth The larger portion of a train load went down from Corning while a few drove from here It is probable that there were 2500 to 3500 people in town during the day The celebration took place in the grove just north of the railroad an ex cellent location Music was furnished during the day by Cummings Brosband and the Pickett orchestra The parade in the morning was highly spoken of and thefloats of the business men elicited much favorable comment In the afternoon the exercises took place in the grove where a platform had been erected The Declaration of Independ ence was read by Sp B Shitter and prayer was offered by Ilev Mr Driver The address was made by Rev M C Waddell of Council Bluffs It was a splendid effort an4 the frequent ap peals of the speaker te the patriotism of his hearers met with quick response Mr Waddell is an optimistic and earn est patriot and his address was listened to with both interest and pleasure There were various kinds of games and contests after the platform pro gram had been given Ingeneral the program as published m this paper last week was carried out The ball game between Corning and Villisca was a farce It was for a purse of the winner taking the whole amount Corn ing won the game which lasted through a number of hours Two umpires a number of lead pencils and severa scorers were worn out during the game and Villisca used three or four pitchers The umpires gave the best of satisfac tion but the game lasted longer than they could The score was 45 to 12 There was a grand display of llreworki in the evening The people of Nodaway have every reason to be satisfied with their cele bration and visitors appeared to have a first rate time The absolutely pore most celebrated of all the baking powders in the brated for its great leav ening strength and purity It makes your cakes bis cuit bread etc health ful it assures you against alum and all forms of adulteration that go with the Alum baking powders are priced ns alum costs but two cents a pound but alum is a corrosive poison nml it renders the baking powder dangerous to use in food i SS HE ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK NOT NOMINATED YET he Fight Over the Platform Prevents Bryans Nomination yesterday 16 TO 1 IN PLATFOEM Bryan Will Be Nominated Today on a i6to i Conserv atives Have Majority But Will Not Fight Bryan Owing to the light over the platform Between the conservatives and the radical free silverites Bryan was not nominated on the Fourth as had been planned He will be nameJ today However on a platform of his own dic tation Towne will probably be the nominee for vice president and com plete the surrender of the democratic party to popuiarism The conservatives would have been satisfied with but were denied aven that They wanted to reaffirm the Chicago platform 16 to 1 and all but wanted no specific mention of the ratio in this years platform Their willingness to accept even this as a victory shows how completely they are dominated by the silverites and the re fusal of the latter to grant even this much indicates how poorly they regard those who will not swallow free silver The opponents of radical action on the silver question are in a majority in the convention but they dare not take a stand against Bryan Additional news of the convention will be found on another page of this paper C There is a fane line of llynets and sum mer laprobea at J J Zeiglers that ought to interest you Call and see them and get prices You will surely find some thing to suit you 218 Colorado This Is tho title of a very beautiful 72 nnfto book published ty tlioCn Q railroad It IE most entertaining anil Informativebesides belnt Hlns tratBd with exceptionally lino engravings The rates to Colorado aru so cheaji this this year tlmt many will taka tnolr vacation Oiere TJjoysuoiild ask the O H Q ttcknt aRcut for this book Irleeo cents There is a great difference between a scholar and a thinkers Piper Okey sold two surreys two Champion mowers one binder one hay loader one hay rake one Weber wagon and 1000 pounds of binding twine Mon day Flour in exchange for wheat at W S Lyons 2d McCormick Binders Standard Wide Cut Mowers Standard Hay Hakes at Mack lJrps They will do the work to your satisfaction Also repairs of all kinds 25 Firstclass pork mut ton veal and Shumans Its high time you were getting ready for lly time You can get assistance at Wostrope Bemans 21 A ine line of Collins Caskets and un dertakers goods at Andersons furni ture store 23tf AVhen you are doing your marketing step in at Shumans meat market You will find good meats of all kinds Dont forget that Piper Okey sell the Hock Island hay loader Famine Fund No report was made last week of the famine fund forthe reason that there was nothing to report The in the tronsury was held over in anticipation ot other contributions but as nothing else has cotnp in this balance will bo re mitted to India at once ProvlouHly 1revlously remitted to India M 7S Remitted tills weak 400 P H MASON Treasurer Locality is not potent as love in mak ing a healthgiving climate Piper Okey have sold and deliver1 ed one car of those famous Champion mowers and have ordered one half car more 21 You can get delicious brick ice cream at Christies restaurant He takes the utmost pains to make it right and yon cannot help being pleased with it Send him an order 25 Dout buy your binding twine now It is getting cheaper all the time Wo did pot buy at tho high prices and will sell it at very low figures 5 ilACic BROS Flour ih exchange for wheat at W S Lyons 21 Say do you want a lloclc Island hay loader this year If so see Piper Okey 24 Highest cash price paid for old scrap iron copper brass rubber and rags Second door south of Davis Wells law ollice IKK VAX WAQENEN 311 Agent July and August Are usually the dullest months in the year We make them busy months here J by such offers as the following Now 7 on sale 40 pieces dark and light Prints yd 20 pieces Manila Lawns yd All Ladies and Oxfords choice All Ladies and SI25 Oxfords choice All Childrens Oxfords without ieserve worth up to 150 your choice pair 400 rolls full 8 o cotton Bat ts roll   

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