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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - September 20, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                Alilrlcli Curnlnr ADAMS COUNTY FREE PR ss VOL XVIII KKOV OIJK VKKirifOUS JORNlNtt ADAMS WHJNTY IOWA TIHHtSIUY SKITKMHKIi 20 s of Iiiciil Mniriii Irr OulliM Kruiii inr Kxrlinnmx In Siirniiiiidliiir TUVVIIH uliiukuiw are Buid to he plentiful in mtuiy iwrU The law tliuir killing af thi HOII The Himriiiiit WsiturliiO mi led the iittlo town of JiotiMon and Heciirwl oigbtytwo bottles of what M to he beer nail whiuly Pulitionn are boing uiruulitlcil Hi Raking the Itimnl of to mibinit to tlio voters HI thn nnxt leetion the to erect H new court bonne smoking in forbiililen in tho atonic nf Jliimigo If Llio KinoU nf H cJKJtrelto oJIbntiivo hi u stock yurilH whtU must H hn at x cliuroh door in ft liomt parlor or in or atoro where India KTO compelled to inlmlo its nwfnl otttimes When Mr NVishnrt who ia run ning the eniiin tor Huil threader wiu croHHinj rUtlo White brcnst creek northerns of town the bridge gave way throwing Mr Wia into thn croak Htnmting him badly for tho limn hnt nn terioim in jury Clmrilni Herald Lust week O A Auderaon mana ger ot the furrn juit south of inwn Hiild thirteen uara oi liioiuu canto of lux ceding tor export cattle The Iniiiuli uiituheroii 183 head and tlm weigh I WHH Wish wo had tliu kind of prnHimrity hero that would let us feel able to eat a Jittlo of that kind of Villiaca Letter Leyy found doml in a chair at her renidenco in ton last FrUUy afternoon by John lono who hud 150110 there It repair n gnwoline stove Mrs Lovy wad taken tti thu poor fur in noinn timo ngo but r of i MO 1 1 to rumain and walked buck to the city wharo HIC been living ever nince in dirt ami lilth Her residence WAS dirty nrid until for tho owned somo there nnif at niietimo wua wonltlw currying the mail bo vwoen Chicago unit tlio U tlie U t rfccnivea for the mail between tbo Transfer and tho Now York Central rn 8 150000 fnr liis ninil IJP iween New York und liillklo ilc LitkeSinru revives 81100000 for tin mail between HnlUlo and Clii cago There in Hitid to bo one lawyer in heaven iow ho Kol tliere U not poHitivoly known but it m conject ured tlmt bo panned hi nine It HM an editor HIK ttlippud UIIHUH When dodge WHH covered tbey aeurcluiil the rnnlmn of felicity in nil their length breadth for to draw up the for IIH cJBcLmoiit but couldnt find oiio and of conrno hn held tho Wo are informed thill the Kiiinmu thiutle IB growing near the C 15 it Q Block yards in public high way II ibJH H truo it in it nrealur meiiftui ii the farmer than may ho aiipposeel In Borne portions of tho Btato thin noxious weed ban Hbmthile ly mined many farmH It cannot he watched too eloHely and every eflort Hhonld be pxorciweil to ox terminate it before it gold any We hope the farmers wiii ionk to it thni it no foothold around Shenandoiid World Monday cvcinnic about twentylive of company M wont out to tho country home of Kraiik Wolf wlio WUH married lawt week to pay their respects to nu old comrade Mr Wolfhad gone to bed ami the tirnl inlimnliou he had of the ence of his callem was the Bound of heavy firing all round the bonne The boys hud deployed in line of and fired five rounds ouch of blank The mirpriae wan only momentary and in a tnw mnutoiits he had captured tho whole crowd took them in and paMeii around the cigars Tho evant wan a plcannnt Oak ExproBH vVVFwarK tho Metbodint aC a Saturday leaving n note for wife Save Money By hnyuio your wiiiin Undcr wisar Ifnts Oaps CJIovns nnd Mittons and nil kinds of fur nishing CARTWRIGHTS liros Old Haying tlmt 1m lutd gonn to Chicago 11 in rumored hut hu luia become KO hopcleshly in debt during tlio pant year thni nitlier iJnsii face the cial orifMR that he foremiw WHH coming ho loft hia wife and four children i loiter WH5 ifltcr TrCfeivCfi fiTifiT asking for the salary I ha I was dun him but thift wan refused by tlin church boHrd it ftllcged that ho is in debt for all that the church owes him It tlmt he did 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quality ami workmanship of tho 4hoC4 They nre f foncsit Sliousfor Women The Herriclc gs SO per pair Insa han prices HiicriAi nml pilrn plulnly sluinpoil on nolo of dliim Sohl only y A 5 Turner RALPH NEWCOMB Dealer In All Kinds of Building Material Lumber posts poles luird wall plisler load oils paints juul gltss WALTER NEWCQMB CO Lumber Shingles LuLli Suslt Doors Blinds Li mo flair Cement PAINTS AND OILS BRICK YARDS tOUTH Of IOWA i MUV liviMii it cull n will nut lie miilcrxnlil K AH wo BIGGHR It Will Pay to Buy Blankets and Underwear Here in September Because our September prices will be MUCH the lowest of the year In other words we offer inducements that you cannot afford to overlook in order to secure a great business in blankets and underwear during the first month of Autumn You can buy under wear and blankets in this store during September for less money than you can buy them here or elsewhere later in the season To Secure a Great Business in Dress Goods in S ptember We will during this month GIVE with each dress skirt or waist pattern sold the iollowing linings free of charge With Each Dress Pattern at 50c yard and Up 4 yards good percaline skirt lining 2 yards good silesia waist lining 4 yards good corduroy binding 1 spool silk thread 1 set good dress 1 card Hump hooks and eyes With Each Skirt Pattern at 50c yard and Up 4 yards good percaline skirt lining 4 yards good corduroy binding 1 spool silk thread With Each Waist Pattern at 50c yard and Up 2 yards of good silesia lining 1 set of good dress stays 1 spool of silk thread 1 card Hump hooks and eyes Stock in all departments complete By far the largest and best selected ever under one roof in Adams county Mens and Boys Clothing Shoes Carets OUcloth Jackets Capes Fur Scarfs and Storm Collars LadiesTailorMade Suits Silk Satin and Wool Waists Window Shades Sewing Machines Yarns Flannels Etc One Price and that the lowest obtainable   

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