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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - August 2, 1900, Corning, Iowa All Home Corning Adams County Iowa Thursday August 2 190O Vol XXX No 31 OUR SOLDIER BOYS The FiftyFirst Iowa Now Holding Its Eighth Annual Encampment DEPARTURE OF 00 K The Corning Boys left on a Special Yesterday Morning and Their De parture Was Witnessed by a Very Large Crowd The FiftyFirst Iowa regiment went into camp at Red Oak yesterday noon The encampment will continue one week and the camp be designated Camp Walter Wagner in memory of Walter Wagner a member of Co A 51st I V I who was the first volunteer from Iowa to be killed in battle in the Phil ippine war He lost his life in the bat tle of Zapote in Luzon P I June 13 1899 A reunion of the veterans of the Philippine campaign will beheld imme diately after the encampment and Gov ernors day will likely be observed on Tuesday next The Bed Oak people have made elaborate provision for the entertainment of their visitors both military and civil and there is no ques tion that the encampment will be well taken care of The Corning boys left about noon yesterday on a special train whichalso carried Co F of Oskaloosa Co G of Creston Co D of Knoxville and the regimental band Company I from Bedford went through on No 3 at noon The following general orders is sued by Col Lincoln will interest some of our readers Headquarters Fiftyfirst Regiment i JSG Ames Iowa July 25 General Orders No 2 compliance with S O No 76 A G O of July 25 1900 this regi ment will go intocamp at lied Oak Iowa August 11900for a period of eight clays camp will be designated Camp Walter Wagner in memory of Walter Wagner late member of com pany A Fiftyfirst regiment Iowa volun teer infantry who was the first volun teer from Iowa to be killed in battle in the Philippine war in the service of the United States being killed in the battle of Zapote in Luzon P 1 June 13 1899 ThirdCompanies will travel in heavy marching order each man will wear the regular blue flanel shirt trousers cam Taign hat andleggins with theweb belt Susperiders will not be worn when blouse thebladltet bag will be underwear and toijtORarticles Caps and blouses will becarried as com pany baggage Citizen clothing will not be taken Rifles will be so carried as to avoid injury by falling or being stejipgd on r commanders upori reaching Red Oak after debarking theft companies will report to Held oflicerpres ent at the depot for instructions as to disposition to be made of company bag gage and route of march to camp Upon reaching camp they will report with their companies ai headquarters giving written report showing strength of their companies M will be charged with the protection of ail property of the camp until the guard is mounted and re lievesthem of this duty camp guard will be furn ished by the several battalions of succes sivedays The guard for August 1 will be detailed from the First battalion adjutant and sergeant major of each battalion will mount the guard of their respective battalions C E I and L will constitute the first battalion major W B Widner commanding Companies A G II and K will constitute the sec ond battalion Major E R Bennett com manding Companies B U F and M will constitute the third battalion Major C Mantzer commanding will take relative ranks as follows Capt J 1 BakerCom panyBCaptM A Finley Company L Capt II GKarnR Company K Capt II B Dull Company C Capt F E Weth erel Company F Capt G E Logan Company M Capt J Edaburn Com pany G Capt F P Woodruff Company D Capt H H Fuller Company I Capt Painter Company H CaptG H Uastle Company E Capt G A Reed Com pany A Following is a roster of Company K CaptalD H G Karus 1st Went D W Turner2d Lieut Claude M Stanley 1st Sergt Jay A Conawny J M SorRt Harvey Bacon Sernt W A Morgan 4tliSeret H O HoxleBtu K V Stanley 1st Corp Van K Elliott 2d Corp Ralph Wiriiior 3rd Corp Noel Slilnn 4tli Corp Arthur MoAuley 5tU Corp Lewis Devore corporal and cook John UoUln son musician Ira Dvwson privates N Adams E M Adams H S Bender Mike liarry Oscar lliidillu win Bnrch Ben Cona mv J3eu Uaggett H W Dunn A H Eckles Fred Francis H G Gibson Frank Gray Oiland Graves G O Heaton Frank Jackson Fraak Johnson Frank Ixitelett Isaac Lucas Jesse Lucas Bert Lumpkln James McAiitey OtlsNewcomb Axel Hose Frank Hnss ell Arthur Staples Hubert Smith Albert Gordon Mitchell Frank Fearis Carl Stanley A WELL PLEASED AUDIENCE A Successful Entertainment at the Church of Christ Monday Evening The first entertainment of the Insti tute lecture course was given Monday evening at the Church of Christ by Miss Nellie Mae Brewster the Creston Soprano and Miss Amanda Kidder Thechurch was well filled and the au dience was delighted with the program rendered Miss Brewster combines a a charming personality with a voice of great sweetness and power and added to the laurels which she won on a for mer appearance here Every number she sang was encored and her responses were very pleasing Miss Kidder is an excellent reader and is especially strong in the rendition of humorous selections Following in the program TAUT i 1 MayDayWalthew Nellle Mae Brewster 1 n James Poet of the People 1 b Poems and sketches liy James Whltoomblilley Amanda Kidder a The RosaryNovln l b One Spring MorningNevin Miss Brewster a Helene Tamre E S Plielps h Chapter from Tramp Abroad MarkTwaln Miss KUlder PAllT II l Ia Caprleelosa Songof Miss J a The Voice In the Choir 1 Mary E Wllklns b Scene from The Deemster HallCame Miss Kidder I i AtFartlui llocers The Shallow Coweu Miss Brewster a From Princeton Stories Jesse Iluch Williams lj Itldinc by Rail Miss Kidder Miss RuthiEdna IMerson accompan ies Gra Resolutions of Respect 7 ladies of the G rant rdinavebydeatlVour beloved Bob erts and Whereas fcihe was one of our most loyal and enthusiastic workers Belt Uesolved That we denloro the loss of onr sister with deep feelings of regret softened only by thf confident hope that her spirit is with those who haviiiu fought the good light here are enjoying perfect happiness in i better world Kesolved That wo tender to her mulcted hus band and family our sincere condolence and our earnest sympathy In tlielranllctlon at the loss of one who was a loving wife a devoted mother and a pood neighbor He It further Itesolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes or onrOrder and also pre sented to our bereaved comrade and A copy bo sent for publication to the Elliott Graphic Orls wold American ami ADAMS COUXTY UNION UKJUIirTCAN STINKMATKS i IIIIK WICSTON I MARY B KKJTWOUTHV For Sale I have two buils for sale One is a Shorthorn and the other a Hereford and both are hign grade and fine individuals They can be seen at any time in the pasture on the west side of the road near the Carbon mills Jos HOUCK Carbon Iowa Farm For Sale 320 acres nicely improved one and a half miles fromgood town in one of the best localities in Kansas Willseil at a bargain For particulars write to W J BUOGAN 24 Hartford Lyon County Kan Flour in exchange for wheat at W S Lyons 21 OnaleNextWeek 1 100 Sets of white metal Tea spoonssix in a and Table Spoonsthree in a setalso 50 Butter Knives and Sugar Shells Also 50 Rogers Bros triple plate Table Knives at the very low price of A FATAL ACCIDENT The Eight Year Old Son of O D Bunt ing Run Over By a Loaded Wagon INJURED INTERNALLY He Lived But a Pew Minutes After the From the Wagon and the Rear Wheels Passed Over the Boys Body Henrythe eight year old son of MFr and Mrs O IX Bunting who HveVfiix and a half miles northeast of Corning was almost instantly killed last Tnuri day afternoon Mr Bunting was hav ing some barley threshed a little oyerfi mile from his house and was hauling the grain to his place The lad badSc companied him and they had started on their homethe father beingat the rear of the wagon and the boy ih front The lattei leaned over the side and lost his balance and fell out and the rear wheel passed over him Apparently he was little hurt for he jumped up ana climbed upon the wagon saying Im riothurt papa Almost itrimediately however he complained of feeling sick and his appearance was such that his father stopped and carried him into Bruce Gossards house where he died less than half an hour after the accident occurred The wheel had passed over the middle of his body and his internal injuries were necessarily fatal The funeral was held Friday afternoon at 4 oclock at the First Baptist church near Mt Etna and interment was made in the church cemetery The services conducted by Rev G A Bryant of this city The victim of the accident was a bright little fellow and his loss is a ter rible blow to bis parents They have the sympathy of the whole community in their sorrow TT ILL NOMINATE CANDIDATES Adams County Republicans Will Meet Saturday to Name a County Ticket The republicans of Adams county will meet at the court ho ise next Sat urday for the purpose ofnominating candidates for the county offices Jto be tilled at the election next fall All the preciucts except Jasper have heldtheir caucuses and the following delegates have been chosen WK ouster EiRogers Thos Campbell J Kelley J S Stahluecker JC Masteller C rroues S M Due bo Thomas Adams M Kline Frank Green J N Ankeuy E E Davis Clms Cooper P II llrown 1 F Mctheny C K Knoillfc J E Weber B L Brown 1 Archy Turner TAV riv Oliver Bert Bush UNIOX i R Sheets M W Kldiioo COMXV A Hosier H K Wiiltmnn MKUCElt J K Casey PllKSCOTT AV H Crammer CT Okey A Jioliitiiati Wm Stahl 1 M nixler J W Itoyer W L Aiitlsdel liliOOKS T D Lincoln J L Walker Quivov E B Wllmarth Wm lilxler Geo Lincoln J F COKXINO C Chubb Albert Lewis H i Ankeny J K Okoy G W Morris D W Turner H S Hill Jas Mimns Geo P Hrowu John Alexander W O Mitchell Toe Moaosinltli Vrank Clark Ueo Bliss W G Mercer Henry Westrope A M Beymer J D Odell C AIIIllHej WASIIINCTOJT J W Holllngsworth J KInperj Clias Underdowu Gossard It A Church F Lock wood A D Starr John Mlnert Frank Morris Win Gibson E W Day L G rytt Franklin Clias Carothers C Gurney NOOAWAY T Cooney C V Bullock 1 W Kirk JC Murphy UOUIHAS lilxlcr C 1 Lawrence O C Kosu John Anderson Jr LINCOLN Dan Odson Knewt Odson Frank Colwcll Jolin irmly D T Krubrou Geo lierry Jos Scliarfcr The candidates to be nominated are for the offices of cleik of the district court auditor recorder and attorney For the clerkship only one name is men tioned that of L E Stanley the pres ent ofticient holder of the office Mr Stanley has not only made a first class cleric but the race he made two years ago against one of the most popular men in the democratic party shows that he is a great vote getter He will be nominated by acclamation and no one has any doubt that he will be reelected There are four candidates for the nomination for auditor Pierce Metz and E H Sheppard of this city IJ W Gurney of Brooks and L L Bullock of Nodaway All are good republicans and and competent men and whichever one of them is succcessfnl next Satxir day deserves and should receive the uni ted support of the republicans of the county For recorder there are six Contestants They are II B Cochrane and W F Wallace of Corning A M Graham of Carl Morris T Campbell of Douglas township and J B Montgomery of Quincy township This is an excellent field and we believe the republicans of ROYAL BAKING POWDER Makes the lightest most delicious ROYAL Baking Powder is indispens ana able to the prepara tasty tion of the finest cake hotbreads DlSCUll rolls and muffins Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to buy other powders because they are cheap Housekeepers should stop and think If such powders are lower priced are they not inferior Is it economy to spoil your digestion to save a few pennies Alum is used in some baking powders be cause it is cheap It costs but a few cents a pound whereas the chief ingredient in a pure powder costs thirty But alum is a corrosive poison which taken in food acts injuriously the stomach liver and kidneys ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YOflK the county will be satisfied with either while we are tttaii them bufwoulcL makesan excellentrecorder There have been no active candidates for the nomination for county attorney M 33 Wilmarth was mentioned buthas said he will notaccept J W Bixby has also been spoken of A supervisor is to be elected in the first district composed of Lincoln Washington and Carl and the republi can nominee will be selected hy the del egates from those townships Saturday So far as we have heard only one name has been mentioned inthis connection The friends of W D Shaw have been urging him for the place but we nave not heard whether he had given his consent or not Died Sunday afternoon the infant son of Mr and Mrs Tillman Ilardesty who live near Carbon died very suddenly from heart trouble The little one was one of twins and was an unusually bright child The sorrowing parents have the sympathy of every one in their bereavement The funeral services were conducted from the Baptist church in Carbon Monday afternoon at 2 oclock by Ilev A Y Cupp and inter ment was made in the Oakland ceme tery at Quincy The infant son of Mr and Mrs Lars Ketland Strand died Tuesday evening The little one whose name was Gens Arthur was sick but a short time and his death came as an unexpected blow to the family The funeral services were conducted from the Strand church Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock by Rev C Mousor and the interment was made in the Strand cemetery The sympathy of the community is extend ed to the sorrowing father and mother Mrs Thomas Gebbie died at her home near Carbon Sunday evening af ter a short illness Mrs Gebbie has been a sufferer for some time with dropsy but was not considered in great danger until within a few days of her death The deceased was 52 years of age and was the mother of six children four of whom are living all residents of Adams county The funeral was conducted from the Carbon Baptist church Tuesday morning an II oclock by Kev A Y Cupp and the interment was made in the Oakland cemetery at Quincy Elizabeth Gebbie was always a kind neighbor and a thoughtful wife and mother The bereaved family have the sympathy ef their many friends in the Idas of their mother and in the des olation of their home For Sale Cheap 10000 new lath 80lt CrrAs K MUNNS Osteopathy Notice the change in Dr Runyons ad Miss Hanna will be at the John son hotel all the time after June 18 Dr Bunyon will come on his regular days Mondays and Thursdays Wheat Wheat Wheat Bring your wheat to Rawson Leh nen Corning Iowa and get a fancy price for it 28 Department Store Best Values and Lowest Prices Boots and Shoes and have an expert shoe maker to inspect every case that ar rives In this way we are able to guarantee every pair of shoes Clearing Sale Talk about summer clearing sales Ours is in progress Shirtwaists from 25c up Skirts from 30c up Straw Hats from 5c up Felt and Wool Hats from 40c up Summer Corsets worth 35c the F C best made latest style only 19c Tinware Graniteware 7 LTOOQS We have the largest stock and best assortment Oar trade in this line is immense What is the reason It is buy direct from the factory and sell on a close margin sold Gr oc6ri6s we cany a fnl1 liue and our are as low as first class goods can be Here are a few prices for your consideration Granulated Sugar 15 na for Diamond C Soap 10 bars for 25c Lewis Lye per can 8c Rice per Ib 5 to 7c Salmon one pound can joc and Lemon Essence four oz bottle lOc Coffee best blend on the market Try it Ib 20c Rolled Oats per Ib Every sack warranted at In Ohinaware Glassware Knives and Forks we can supply you at bedrock prices
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