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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - September 6, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                AY Air Ho me Print Corning Adams County Iowa Thursday September 6 1 90O Vol XXX No 36 ARE YOU Coming to the Fair IF NOT WHY NOT THERE will be two Fairs in Corning next week both interesting either oue of which you can not well af fordto miafe At one you will see the best products of Adams county the banuer county of Iowa at the other you will see the best products of the best manufacturers otVDry Goods Shoes Bicycles and Groceries in the world It costs ydu nothing to visit this latter it is to be held at Fishers all next week The clerks will take special pains tomake you comfortable to answer questions to show you the new goods and to sell yousuch things as you may require at the very lowest possible prices PRESS GOODS Our buyer has just returned from market bringing with hi in the strong est line of dress goods we have eyer owned We mention but oneline here but we are sure we can please you at any price from luc to SI This lot v consists of the very popular stylish hometpubs cheviots zebelines and in the new and military bluesgrays brownscastors anclnew greens all wool weight just correct forthe tailored suit or price per yard A New Department We have added a line of ladies Fur Collarettes and stoftn collars for the fall trade We shall endeavor to make this department profitable to you as well as to ourselves and in to inspect pur line whether yaa4lnyror notU will mean money in your Our 4 prices range from 50 to S23OO Blanket Time is Near twould be well to suppjy your self hAw while pur assortment is complete and you have leis ure to examine thoroughly We quote an extra large all wool Blanket at per pair Blanket Time Is Also Underwear Time Here we shine You who have bought un derwear of us hereto fore of course would go nowhere elsebut all we need to con vince you who didnt buy of us is a chance to shffw the goods and quote prices The same prices to every one We oiler 2i dozen mens cotton fleeced lined shirts and draw ers same garment we sold last year and at the same price per garment 44c 31 dozen ladiefaheavy cotton fleeced lined vests and pants full fashioned clean yarn in ecru only at per piece 10 pieces first quality table oil cloth special price for Fairweek f A per yard AiC Twould be well to figure with us on that new fall carpet Large line to select from and never yet a misfit We sell from sample eliminating the expense of carrying the stock Therefore can save you from 5 to IO Per Ct For Fair week we Have 3 dozen vel vet Hoquette and Smyrna fringed rugs your choice of the s well est patterns you ever saw 50 Our stock of shade curtains poles sash rods floor oilcloth lace curtains etc now complete Special atten tion to madetotorder shades you ever what to do with your feet Put them in a pairof Fishers wellfit ting good wear ingShoes and be happy The New Fall Stock all In Just now we are almost giving a way the last of the colored Shoes and Ox fords Why not buy a pair Wear them a month and have them for next summer All our Ladies 8135 and S150 Ox fords new All Sl25 Childrens Oxfords500 All our Sl25 colored shoes now750 What do you pay for your Linen Col lars 20e or lac If you do you pay too much We can give you any style in mens lad ies or child rens linen collars at each OCtS And the mens Neckties showing Chollie the girls just couldnt resist you if you had one on The new Windsors Eng lish squares etc with the balls or without at 50 and 250 we are OUR GROWING Grocery Department wants some of your business We carry the best goods sell them as cheaply as anyone deliver to any part of the city answer telephone No 57 in fact do most anything to please you and merit your continued patronage this week rens printed Handchiefs each Our Handker chief Depart ment is favor bly known all over Adams county as show ing new styles first at very at tractive prices As school is just beginning and the youngsters lose so many we doz child Last call on the have two gents Imperials and 4 wo ladies the kind its a pleasure to ride sold ac 00 we offer them now at Sears flfk lloebuck Also one second hand diamond frame wheel in good condition FISHERS The Right Place The Right Place PERSONAL MENTION Dr Messiuger was up from Proscott Tuesday Bert Taylor was io Creston Tuesday on business A Westeutt was a State Fair visitor last week T S H Dougherty Crestou was in town Tuesday v W H Crammer of Prescott was in Corning yesterday EdC Russell drove to Mt Etna Fri day on a pleasure trip Mrs A J Salts returned from Des Moinea Monday evening P B Ryan of Meruer ton nship was in town on business Tuesday A B Turner jr went to Chicago Fri day evening to purchase goods Anton Moore has gone Kan for a visit with his sister Mias 0 ana Ewing Brosvnsville Pa is visiting T D Ewing Rod Yickery of Bedford was a guest of fcJheriS Nbrris the first of the L A Brittan returned Monday morn ing from a short business trip to Chicago Mrs S R Hogabbom of Creston visit ad over Sunday at the T J Ream hoiiie Frank Jackson returned from a vaca tion his home in Leou Monday even ing v James Biggar wont to Chicago Friday evening to purchase his fall supply of goods Dr Ewing and Revs Higbee and Ira P Clark are attending presbytery at Crestoa Miss Kittle Hogan returned to Ottutn wa Monday morning after a short visit at home S Miss Hilda Gorason Omaha spent Sunday with her friend Miss Emma Hedinger Miss Edna Ballantyne returned home Thursday from her three weeks visit in Des Mojues Miss Lynette Harris returned Wednes day from Creston after a few days visit with friends Mrs James Mulligan and Miss Agnes Mulligan of Orient are visiting Miss Percy Marsh Milton Johnson oj Strand in Corning Tuesdayand made this office a pleasautrcali Miss AnnaSherodbf Cretan is ing a few days with her friend Miss Lynette Harris Miss Hattie Olds returned from a two weeks visit with friends at Lorimor the first of the week Dr J H Turner came from Chicago Friday to visit his parontsand other rel ativesand friends Miss Jessie Quinn of Chicago came Tuesday to spend the winter with J JE5 Harris and family J M Roberts went to Julosburg Col the hist of the week to visit his daugh ter Mrs Tom Hall Mr and Mrs F M Widner left yes terday for Colorado Springs whore they will remain for a time c Hon J M Junkin of Red Oak was in town Monday on legal business before the board of supervisors Miss Twining teturned Tuesday from Des Moines where she has been visiting for a few weeks i Rev M V Higbee is enjoying a visit from his parents of Fairheld who ar rived here last Thursday Mr and Mrs P S Juokin returned Monday frqru a trip through the east of about a months duration John Hoyt went to Cedar Falls Mon day and will attend the Normal school at that place the ensuing year Samuel Hall returned home Monday from S two months visit with a sou and a daughter in Shelby county 111 Miss Violet Webb started Monday for Vinton la where she will attend the school for the blind the coming year Claude Stanley returned from Des Moines Monday evening after several days spent in visiting tho State Fair Mrs Anna Jones came from Shelby county 111 Monday morning to visit her uncleVV H Roberts and family 1 Sliss Cora Pay mall who has been vis iting a week with Miss Jessie Ivey re turned to her home in Lenox Wednes day J M Kirkpatrick of Cassyille Ohio is a guest at the home of his brother S M Kirkpatrick in Carl township this week Burton Sheppard has a position as stenographer and shorthand reporter with D H Meyerholf and Frank E Jones Carl Hoyt went to Des Moines Satur day and after a few days visit there will go to Cedar Falls and enter the Normal Miss Edith Cnae went to Scotts Bluff Neb Monday noon to visit relatives Miss Case will probably teach there this winter MM L Knowles Lewis and Miss Lulu Knowlea started overland Monday morn ing for Nevinvlllo where they will visit a few days Mias Daisy BenninghofT returned to her home in Creston Monday noon after a weeks visit with her friend Mise Lot tie Bolknap Misa Maud Eldridgo accompanied by her pupils gave a musicalo Thursday at Villisca whore she has a large in music Pure For the third of a century the stand ard for strength and purity It makes the hot bread hot biscuit cake and other pastry light sweet and excellent in every quality No other baking powder is just as good as Royal either in strength purity or wholesomeness Many lowpriced imitation baking powdersare upon the ker These are made alum and care should he taken to avoid them as alum is a poison never to be taken in the food ROYAL R4KINS POWDEtJ CO 00 WtllUM ST NEW YORK Miss Bertha Humbert loft Monday for Cedar Falls and will continue her stud ies in the Normal school at that place the coming year Mrs I A Vau Wngenen has gone to Greenfield whither ker husband went a couple of weeks ago and whore they will make their home Mrs Rosa M Davis left Corning on Monday for Villisca where she will visit a few days enroute to her home in Springfield Neb William Cooper and his wife returned Monday from their trip to Canada They were away four months and a half and had a fine time Miss Anna Karns went to Ottumwa Monday noon where she will make her future homo with her aunt Mrs Alden brook and attend schoo1 C B Fleming and Rev W Alfred re turned to their homes in Lincoln Neb Monday after having attended the Ad vent conference at gravity Misses Bertha Humbert and Edith Roland Walter Morgan and Walter Stephenson drove out to Grove Hill farm near Carbon Saturday evening Mrs Will Bell and children Miss Edna and Master Ralph returned to teeir home at Cfeston Sunday evening after a weeks visit with relatives Dr Averill of Malvern was shaking hands with friends hare this week Ho has purchased property in South Corn ing and will make his home here Mrs W T Proudfoot and daughter of Des Moines Mrs yan Scoy and Mrs F B Johnson of Villisca spent Sunday at the E W Gillett homo in Corning DeRoyand Miss Mary Snayelyfrom Ladora la and Ross and Miss Addie Peters from Winterset relatives of Mr and Mrs J L Soavely visited at their homo tho past week Miss E V Garton returned from Chi cago Saturday whore she had been pur chasing goods for her fall opening She was accompanied by Miss Belle Litzy who will assist her this season Mrs Lou Houston wont to Bushnell 111 the latter part of last week tovisit relatives Sjhe was accompanied by her nephew Joseph Stice who has been vis iting here1 for about six weeks MrsJ II Turner J S Smith Miss Flora Madison and Lou Harris wont to Des Moinea Monday as delegates from the Christian church of Corning to tho state convention of tho Christian church Molbon Brant who was visiting his brother Billy at Potters drug store a few days last week was joined by thoir sister Mies June on Wednesday and re turned to their homo at Bedford Thurs day evening Mr and Mrs Henry Fase Miss Viola Carpenter and Rev T J Schaumburg returned to thoir homes at SpriogQeld Neb Monday morning afterspending two weeks at the Advent conference io session at Gravity Miss Mary Weisell ofx Neosho Mo visited with her brother of The Free Press last week She is principal of one of the ward schools at that place and was on her way from a visit to her old home in Blulfton Ind Theo Gerard commenced his duties as principal of the Nodaway schools Monday morning Mr Gerard will be in Corning each Friday evening to prac tice with the band and hopes to have it in fine shape in the near future Rov and Mrs G A Bryant Mrs Jonas Cupp Miss Katie Shinn Mrs Kempton Mrs Lucretia Lawrence and Mrs Orrin Burgan drove to New Mar ket last week and attended the Noda way association of Baptist churches Miss Gussie Brittan left this morn ing for Pocatollo Idaho and will stop enroute at Kearney and other points in Nebraska to visit relatives ar riving in Idaho tho latter part of the month Miss Brittan has secureda very good position in a school near Pocatello and goes to remain permanently Mrs Paul W McCHntock arrived Sat urday evening for several months visit with her father Dr T D Ewing Mr licCliutock came yesterday and will re main here for some time Mr and Mrs McCliptock have been stationed as mis sionaries on the Isle of Hainan off the coast of China for some time and are at present enjoying a years vacation We have a good many grocery ac counts still due us we want and must have the money very soon we have waited long and patiently Please call and settle this week and very much oblige 362t E B MORGAN SON on road northwest of Corning a ladies tan colored jacket Finder please return to this office 3filt MRS D F SIJJK Anyone wanting a sulkyettee can get one cheap at Mack Bros It is as good as new and a bargain School supplies at Ankeny Carmi chaels Hu2 T P GARTWRIGHT SUCCESSOR TO BURCH Announcement That on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER Sth I vwill start a SPECIAL SALE OF of all kinds We have not as yet had time to assort and ar range so as to be able to make prices Sale goods will be on table in center of store Yea will have no trouble to make selections and the LOW PRICES we will make on these goods will take them out of the store in short time Como early SATURDAY to CART WRIGHTS   

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