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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - August 30, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOL XV LI I CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY AWJlHT M HllOM OUR NKlliJinOHS M cit it liiiitl Frnin Our iuris hi SimMUiiilinir Towns The prohthitionuu of Montgomery county have nominatxii tins following ticket fared auditor Henry Murphy Gen Karqulnis clerk J WSownrt Supervisor Thn riipitUllcnriK of Docatur county hnvo nomtiKtUd die following ticket JitiniM F Jill auditor Spctice Kchler A P Olson rittnrnaT Ciiirles 13 Lane recorder W M GmiphnlJ cnp erviBor The Fourth DistrictConvention of thu W O T U was hold last ThtirRbay nnd Friday nt Creston Theiittnndanec from n distance wns not largo but the programuio was Interesting nml local attendance all thnt could be de sired between Frunk Soldier a furni linmi and William Sholtx In wbleh thn former struck tho lultcr over tliu head with n hudno lost causing dentil In a fow hours Seller wan urrcBtcd und plaond In jull lloth wero single IlglitnIngstruck tlio house at on tlio Jilrd for tho second time within ion days knocking miu man down jtrul Betting Urn to the build Ing The lln wns oxtlujrulnhod mid damage was slight The Htooplo of tho ChrUtlnn cluireh WHS also wrecked S Mercer of Ailimm county IIHR boon nominated by the dumourMft for clerk of eourt Mr Moruor U one of Adams countys best and fanu nrimnd will make u good olllcer The county IB very uloso hut limn IB every prospect of Ilrynn ticket carrying Clio cnuiity this Amer ican A suit has been tiled In tho county fllurkn OlHce In which OmirioH i JMKOX tho young man who was with trying to wreck the Hnrllngton fuat uinll plnliittll and 1 H Woods I M Harrison 1 X Hullou 1C1I Maii JVIld 0 V tliu dofcndaiun Tinnull IB brought for InmiiKuR of for faUe impvix Herald 1 L MoKoo BOH of Mr und Mrs U T MrKec n brekumun on tho Uiirlliig tou witii run ovir by tho unrn nnd killed nt Red Oak curly Sunday morning How tho ncoidnnt occurred no knows Thn truln WUB No and ho WUR not Ijy tho train crew until they Touched Ko was 21 years ngo nnif ilie fimornl ook Cromwoll Molidiij Uavonporfc Temple will urrlvu In crcaton tomorrow Nn i fur the pur pOHOof tnttlatlnf a class of twontyllvc as thirty who ihifiiru to Invotttlgntj iu niffltorles if thu Myatle rihrlno The tomplo will tun work of in itiation very aoon aftcr the arrival In order to llnlah the work before nild nlKlit Tho street parade will bo dls pongud with Crcston Advcrtlner Aug 21 John ITIokK of Hastings IIIIK haught hloiBolf n lirnnnaw spring Tlinro Is nothing very strlkliiK ubout this fact oniy tho forms of the contract aro a llttlu poeullar John bot the wajfoii of Goo KclVor anil ngnum t4 for it whan 1resldenc McKiniey IB roclectcd but if W T Uryaii IH elected il satties tlio blii Mr USukR IR lied that bo a very cheap Hlnco ho fooUconUdent that It will cost hiiii hut the ono dollar Mr ivcuer Is roporccd to have made a number of deals of this sort and ho surely ought to ho able todiBpoan of bis stock ol wagons and buggies in short order wiiiio iiin JlrilVurrj NO 88 A cumplng jmrtv composed of Curl Tlry Hrink tiurl port ITiifjo Aim Jr urul will this morning for t point In thu wooils nour uhiro they will Rpeiid two woelis Jtehlnjruml onjoy ina lliemselvfa All tho nceessnry piir inhornalia for tho trip IKHMI olnbor itely provided fur und the hoyR exjiiijt to put In tho time In u most cniifrettlnl Ameruan Tim son of My iiiid Mrs 1 0 Morford of nunieBton nucUlunf ally fihol hlnifnilflliiirfliiuy evening in llluting a wound from which rceovnry IK very donbrfiil lie WHS out hunting ind In climbing a feiicn the wan accidentally thn unit pass ing Rltnost tlirowgh blB body entering lielow the ribs on the Bldo rnnK Ing upward nml lodging neat tho left breast At this writing there IB llttln hope of his recovery OmfiiKm la titiiiGtUii Vvitii ii typllnlO fever upidomle Tho Ilerulii rocoiu metKlfi tlio following Cut your up dead fruit eiirt oil dead anl ulivin your well ROO that your city pipen If you Imvo thnin open Into iloiin husiroi whllnwafth your collar nprlnlli your iMiDiuuacm with lime and tiiko u hiith nt least oneu a week If you do nil and get tyiilioUl fever yon will nt least have the BiitlKfaetUm of knowing that It WIIB not your own fault Will V Shlcldn loft WmlnoRilny night for Jhlenfjo to a fipoelal ear which tlui lowu Icnul lll travel thlK year Mr Shields was man ager of thn band hint year uul thin year hu iiml duo W lamlers liandiuiifl tor ure eijuul In nhow whloli In iidtlilloii to the famous inind wll llrfll cluRs niliiKtinlniu pany They open the tonight it Harlaii own and will he In DOB MnldCH ail next wcuk ul the Btale fulr Kliemon Mhiolilf Mill travel with tiiem until Sept Itll wruii iii to Cnilnttn Jlty ti outer notion his udoptcd dciildcd to lilm a DTK Reporter but 11 short time ho won the of lUl The Aruiifl jirodlots fiucceKs for the now llrm Our bull teiuu wont to Crnaton Slonday to play tlui MnrqunttcB und were dofcatod by sioronf s to H present tlut eoneuded reiiiiy belonged to IVesintt bit through the iinfalriiiHs of the iiniplro thoy ivcre Klvcn thujivowt of Priscott iitinlvcrHiiry of tho Soiitli wtBlurn Iowa Hiptlst nssoohitlon thn meotliif if tin jmBoniiitlon In the litd Oaic Hnptist chnreh Tursiiiiy Vveii Nearly nd ion of were week prcaunt Uov L I Oompionof the Introductory sermon on Tuesday afternoon the remainder of the after noon being given to a business aoHBlon lev K Storey of Olouwood pritiielied u mlBBloiinry sermon Tucfidiiy evening mornlnjf irlyim 11 Kiinilny Hehool tniijim ad ilreHstB hy HOV A C of Km ontmi iMIrts Kinuiii lloiigh of Mnlvcni mid Nov K I Itnrtlritnr DOB Moliicn Woiltiwiiliiy nfturnoon wns devoted to iiililrtdRen heltlg ninito by Mnry Melby of New Vork Olty MrB 0 W Miller of Olttimwn mid 1roiior of DIJH Moinos There w 11 doctrlun sermon by K It llnr of Tabor on Wedmjfldny evening AddroRHOBOii varUius phiieoB of ehiirch work wuio given yBtcrdiiy morning by Hev WI llowird orMlHRotirl Val ley Uev 4 I McConmick of New Miuket liev A K Simons of HiimluirK ami Itev W lilehen of Slilnoy Ves lorday afteriHion thoro it Hnpilut Vouug 1coplort Union HURRIOII with adilrcKROB by Itev W Watnon uf Ahilvurn MlBB MnlXt of Sheu nniloiih unit Uev P l McDowell of Miilvcrn laHt eveiiltfjc Hev Jlclmril Venting of Council Hinds preached K Hermon to VOIIIIH jieofilniJ Hodutkc Hod Oak Hun Aug 23 FIRST ANNUAL SCHOOL SALE Sept 8 Wo shall maki u spooial eilorl on Llieno ninn days Lowaril making tlie necossniy oiitlit of tho school lioyaml school girl iost as possibln To tins oml we havo picking up bargains suituhln for Iliio sale for sonus dim ami oflr tliom at prices sum to be appreciated by cliu fathers and mothers Kverjonc roino and make this our hrst school sale an unqualified success VH liiiiox Tie iirnlng elub to and be Torn n largo oruwil played settl the In eloquent roiiilnlrieoiicex xoulitl cotn good iniiMe und eompetltlvo amiiBomentR Jhero WIIB mimle by two bands and Kliiflnf by a eliorns In tho morning there win an nddrofB of wel come by lnv1 K Ciimpbell and tiiB tleu II 13 DoDiiier of the lowu Hupromo court nvnde an luldrcBH Olnner partnkun of at thu park hot collcn nud ten being furnlBhed by thu bushings men of tho town Aftor dinner there wiirii addriRaoa by Judge Walter 1 Smith of Council and V Mc A nuiubcr f Kivrn at the Boclal oxpnri ng witiult follitwutl Uiu ud Then ciime a program of for the young Crtfilon American Ooo Abrahiim Imil a sorloua accident befall him one day rnuenlly A horse that he wiva driving fell down throw ing him over the diiHh board unit RC voroly his arm The Ixill game last Friday between Iresoott and Cromwell resulted In a score of 11 to 21 In favor of rrnscott The Ores ton papers reported tho game In favor ofCromwull Our lioyg vjro In jjood trim and won our easily Uoth towns playoil their own teams making it morn Interesting for the lurge crowd In at tcMtlivncr Kerry ami Springer of Went Plains Misrtnurl traded a farm for the stock of Roods belonging to Ailoo Uryau will hcreiifter run thntliualneflfl Mr Bryan will thn firm fnr lnrn Iuiuix WUB Mitnok und Mr Mnniik IR u DOH Molnen mini mid uacd to play on the lungim team thoro lie pitched a good unmc but bin support vnry poor For Corning JonoB nnd Dnckor played it line Htrlklni out 12 men besides Joncn unsiHted In u outs ill llrnt lieldlnK was right and plnycd u lino Hoiinnd Jn fact the entire team pluycd a good Ktoady fjumc The two scores by Lenox wore inndo on an excusable crror by Decker the runner KOlng ut full Bpced ran Into him knock liiff thu ball out of his luinds The ficore U nB followe corntnif i i n mi a LenoxOUU2GQOO 2 riils mnkoR tho dhowlng for Corning to date won I lost I Tho only gumo lost to Cromwell was a Rift by Comings plteher Tho other WIIB on uccount of CroinwellH loiulcd team Another game will occur here Thiiraduy Aug 10 with Selolu und ono at Gravity soon nlso one here with Hrldgewater is Your IJfWoitll fid Ciiifsi1 We defy the world to jiroduce a mc dlclnu for thu euro of forum o klndcy and blnddcr troubles pllct rnd dlaoaEOR to women thnt will cfjunl Hurc Kidney Nincty uifjht per cent of tlio canoa cured with Bmltlifl Huro Kltlnuy Guru thnt havo conn iindor our obaurvatlon hnvo been oiirod We Bull our modiolno on u pos itive guarantee dirucUoiiB arc fol lowed nnd money will lie refunded If ouro In not onnctiid 1rlnn oentK Knr sulo by F E rotter IH 14 Little Giant School Shoes for boys and girls aro bar gains at all limns Tho now fall styles await 3our inspec tion tliupriceo ar runaonabln and whoos guaranteed 0 BOYS SHORT reguliif 35t values school sple price assortment just in lOc and 5c 200 PENCIL TABLETS pound c and a quarter of price COMPOSITION BOOKS cloth bound also stilt backs 5c SLATE PENCILS Bi incli flag sale price 6 for Ic 1000 GENUINE FABER LEAD PENCILS with sale price Ic each or per dozen 1UC IjBVISONS BEST BLACK INK full sixo bottles each 5c US INTRODUCE YGU TO THE is stamped on sole of the fxxt stockings for children over made and the best place to moot him is at the SCHOOL SALE THIS WEEK We are making a Black Cat wsuk of it at our Hosiery De partment and it will pay you to drop in and see the Black Cat Tripplu Knee Leather Stockings Special School Sale price SHc or threo pairs for OOc and a souvenir with each pair FISHERS Crcaton lust Irlday waB n claBH of ubout a Jlplllng and Dr Bnrnlmat nt tended a mooting of Kiuibu Touinin of Dovenport nt night Tlicru twenty who troilsiid the hot and nthnrwlio auiiiBcd tla ShrlniirB wlio never fall to havo a good tlmo Among Uio WIIH our towneitmn 0 Morocr Hovins ife Moore rcnl roport tlie follow Ing anles tlio jinst week The Ilofatoater iami io Fred Stuliiljorst tins Ponto rcsldonct Io Leonard dough tho A O HarrlB nmldcnrtc to Slujf gin Wilson Dnrch liroa stock of to T P Curt wrlght of Onmhn Waiter Oravoa leuvoa tor Corning town tonight whore lie goes to toko u position In a printing olllcu In thnt town W Ulor IB a good printer and a thoroughly reliable young man and will givn good satisfaction any plnco ho nmy be Ciirthngc Mo Itc vlcw will AH I luiyu soli my place I havo for sale horflen rnislsn Imy in hani 100 bushels of corn 25 pole wood tools nsi Usejiluco ono new Ilawkeyo sttinij nincliino aores of Come and fnr wliat you want O W Mkc Whan ililngd arc the best they bo Uio UcRt soUlng1 Abrnhnjn Hare n lending ilrujrgiut of Bullovlllo O writes Kloetrlo Blttors lire tliu beat bitters 1 Imvo bundled In twenty yeivts You know why Moat dlacnacB begin In disorders of the fitoninch llvor kidney bowola blood und norvcii Klcctrlc IMttera tonoa up tho stomach llvor kidneys and bowoli purlllos the blood atrengthons tho imrVflH lionco euros niiiltltuiics of nm ladiofi U bulldn up tho entire system 1ntn new life mid vigor Into any weak sickly rundown mnn or woman Prleo fiOuonts Sold by K K Potter drug gist 3ait The Adams bounty Fair V September 10 to 13 1900 formers Exhibit free continuous Vaudeville show every day Black Dia mond Jubilee singers and Cake Walkers Trapese per Everything new and novel and plenty of it Trotting Running and Pacing Races BigFat Stock Full Program Next Week Get Ready for the Fair   

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