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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - October 18, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOL XVIII CORNING ADAMS COUNTYIOWA THURSDAY OGTOBKIt 18 Character Culled Prum Murroufldlar Ou Red Oak to talking sewerage The Jeatb of Waiter Morgan iu tbe Philippine reportec week He a Lincoln towu boy a brother of Win Morgan former member of compauy M He u BepUuber year anil awlguei to compmoy A United HuUn IUI 39tb Oak 8am Julian a furmcr resilient of thUi but DOW of Barrow county Mat a pumpkin to E O wwk which together witk the crate In which it 240 pounds It eight in circumference and ii Mrtainlr a pricewin oer It in liow oo at the Latter office Mr Jullaq eent the pumpkin here Jwt to ibow hi that MJwon produote were up to the average and even VillUca Review Bert ORourke for a number of pan a reetdent of Rod Oak Killed in a railway accident near Anaconda Colo lait Sunday Ho a brakeman on a freight run on tbe Colorado Midland road The engine of train jumped the track on the car hack of tlie and initantly killed in tbe wreck None of tbe other train men were hurt James and John ORourke went to Colo rado Monday They will return on paeeenger train No 0 Friday morning bringing the Red Oak Sun Though the term of court wae lasting ouljr cine week much WM ut No jurj trial wae had being tried to court They were miwlly equity Tbe moit caee for reaching effect a building Md loan caae where tbe defendant ber daughter were from Humboiii Iowa but tbe reporter wade an error bad been visiting he daughter at Beatrice aod on be way borne accompanied by he daughter and children The were bruiaed but ilot liadiy hurt little daughter was thrown against the stove and burned one returned with tier children t Beatrice this nwrniuK The that the position of tbe act of tbe 28th general aceembly which in tended to give relief to defaulting Members of mob nsnnatitutionai and the ilefr eould not claim the beneBt of the c irreipoudeat Orav Ity Independent Col W P Hepburn who weut to Bpringi of to lake eelmllc rheumatism Congfeofional Commltteeman QrafforClarinda that he much and will be able to reeume campaign work next week He now abie to ttand areot with iome JesrM of comfort He by tbe time he through with tbe treatment to IM entirely free from rheumatic pain The Colonel will devote meet of lime during the remainder of the campaign to own dlitrict and to be able to make at one speech in each county Spaflbrd wife of V M Spaf ford of Cromwell and her daughter O Hardy and three children of Beatrice Neb were in the wreck near PlatUroouth Neb in which Engineer killed It reported that Mm Sp afford and HBUABLB Z T WIDENERS Our are being admired bj all who tec them and peo ple tell it is the choicest line ever placed on sate in thiacitjr Our Silks and Drau are attracting special atten tion We will H pleeued to you through the line TtM Largest of Hosiery and Underwear in town CUUraa Up 25c Up 7c Up I all Priw tt MOU aw If It yen drug g4et wrtu direct oewpany It will jvm to JltU0 TheHewDeawfrt At rev graeen M eta Try rtftrf It I If ML I 1 Utf DO great that it threw Hardy bar mother ami under The arecoMlderiag fortunate in escaping Advertiser Porter returned Saturday from a two visit rela In Marlon county While he WM there Judge Applegate of th dUtrlct court in fortytwo ilol landers who declare their allegiance to tne United aud wiii vote tor Bryan One of their born iu South Africa and hence a fill blooded Boer and naturally a demo crat and opposed to the McKinley proBrltuh administration After in the Dutchmen the judge laughingly remarked I have made more deimiurati today than any iti Iowa On Tues day night the barn aud implement house of Frank Hhlrkey in Peacevllle wae destroyed by fire A ew Frank had his barn and store house burned down and but re sen tly finished the new one and now t too in ashes The origin of the Ire unknown Mr Shir key he of his host of n streak of rowan MnpoHlMon of Court HTATK VMM Htnle VK Hfuiisrd Westlakc bitrgliiry plon guilty throti years IrTOIIATK LASKH Estate of Kilwnrd und Murgnrel Vjillg cxcontor ordered to distribute HKK1 ncr terms of will Kttnio KfinulKf ffnnl rnport approved Kstntcof T H Dnvls compromlso claim of J W Joakley approved nnd tsm paid In sum of Kstatc of Olnrenco II Bush report of sate and deeds to bo approved in viina tlon KsUtoof Amy Sluson judgment de cree signed Kstiito of W Cramer will ordered probated Kzcuntor to give bond for STOOD Estate of Harriett X Gilbert wilt ordered probated Exwutur to bond for 9300 Kftnto of Inrcgrino M Heidi re port approved und guardian discharged Estate of A A Jltwuoii eonto withdraws lionloat Will ordered pro bated a VM Carl W Scanloy trustee VH K A South wick oc u the HIdncr Clark hnve tlftmm days to lllo further pleiulliiRH Q Vf Unwell VH H G Coolcy adtnr gurnlshce nt milt of plaintlfl continued A L Preston vs J A Krskluc judg ment Adnms County row it and W r treasurer vs F M Davis demur rer submitted to bo passud on In vucn tlon The defendant o send brief to court In llftcoti days uftor ruling of court Tim plaintiff to nonil brief to court fifteen days tbtsroiifter Defend ant llvo days to reply Adams County Iowa and W I Shlnn treasurer vs A B Tumor samo as Davis cnsa Iowa Deposit Ioau Company vs C Hsrbw n demurrer sustained to which defendant Decree signed Iowa Pnrvoalt t Loan Company vs C T Hartow nt nl same above Iowa Deposit Loan Company va C r Barlow et al same as above Iowa Deposit A Loan Company vs C W Barlow et al same above W 8 Hefllng vs G D and M Hoeelton judgment on L II Hoeelton vs Nettle Hoeclton continued A E Orammur vs JcrV Looney Mln nlo and Samuel Castle con tinned Danger Slfital Bemember that yonr act tie ceupool of tbe human body into which all the of tbe are continually dumped for purification and when the fall to properly perform tbeir It a of farther com Tbw U ver eUgged tke blood U ailed with add poison heart TrriniiuiLS In solved aod proper appUed will KKM he jwid the reach oT aaasan KMaey CAM will care you In at lew ezpMM than aay other world and u Foot Kali WJIISIMJ juivrns A very inturfcstliiK game of foot bnl wus pwyed on Da bull grounds a Miilvern Itist Thuritdiiy Itetween tin town tEKrna of Earning ntulMalytrn Corning did not nweacA In Citing liar team together until tie night before gurnt but with flnviiriil old players who wwit Into with H determ ination tit win Diiy wont to worst tlio Miilvtirn taunt to tliu tutu of 17 to 0 Mulvorii begun Urn giiine with the ex pccUtlcw of wiving im thing of It Imt Coming out played hor u every iKu of ihu KIIUIH Mini kept Mnlven working liiir iiimirat n prevent other Cnpr MflAlilcy won find Mai kUikml iornliitf Immediately lMgnn N Mirier or linn McAuUy rry igs for tSirtn nntl Duvls imidu uiglit uroniui imd ami McAulcy umde morn nround right end KoMkltnon Hindu twelve between fnckJo HIM I gtmrd but Vliilvoni took it bnuj atul stuurcd the ll on Nful Grnbam itli noun gem until Orning jot liflNtolf tognthcruiid held fordowns Sncntltfiii mill Hlitnlpy did HOIIIU linn work itt mlvamilng Hut m tli Id wliit mill Kerry wan xuon shovtul over ho 111111 for thn ilrnt touch down Davis klcikcd goul Corning J Ma vern 0 Malvorn kicked oil MuAuloy riwalvcd bull und advanced It twenty Jornlng now bigun working imr tnck CB over and guards back plays and md thu bull well toward Mnlvorns goal when tlmo wna willed On thu opening of second half Corning klckvil off lint liruncdlntuly ouiirid tlio itjill on n funibhi within wonty yards of Malvernn goal Mc Auluy nilviincDil tins bull four and lusklnsun iiddcil two moru and IJcrry bur mlds three nioro but the ball wtint to Mulvurii on downs but not being able to advunut c wan rc uniud to Corning intuit ftoiir anlRiirounil loft end nrul Hoisklnnon by a ouita of lino nmdo tlie ury mivnn to crow the goal ino for itnolhitr louob down loked goitl Mnlyorn klckod but Corning ROOD oston downn Mild Malvoru Imd made ho flvu twice wben tlolu the bull nnd mudo an ilghty yard run to goal curlng unotbor touch down Uavli lnnod thu gotil Only n in IIHI ten to be laycd lint Corning advancing tbe ball well down Into Malvern territory when the whSstlu sounded Of the Corning jilnyors Snonthun nnd Htunluy In thn line ilaycd gomo vory PEAIRS The Painter Tear thla out for fiituro reference Mst of work done by Icnlrs tlio painter Mnruh in 1IKM Tliomo Wllnnii rMlclnuo IlioniM Wlliion franl Kowlnrn Thomu Wlliaii front itorfl Jjtwls Ufown new roflhlcncH Henry UriBSn rwildcncn Inililu tnil out Mllchell now TCMlaoncn Inildo mil out Krmnk llcaton mrlilnnii linliln out OntiHo llonloti K W Illkt cnrnpr lirlnk hlcwk V If TjiRue lurii R K Konynn nnMmltlencn InslUc and out H Church triacksmllli Jim Fife more fronl K C rtslJuWce Inside ana out Mrs Mliicr now rcifJenco IllnUlu nail out J lueit IvoTVlllo Ituiilc hotel J Rarlok McOolliim rmiacneu Hoiutr Well resilience rrwicolt now rfalOclio Inildo oui 81 IJnn reshlenco KilpH Cooper Carbon Iloyd Oliftpmiin J CnMitoti rMldcnoc K Klomcr Omlon burn X Thomiw raidmcn For differont Jn all 41 aOHITHAT 1ArHRlD NO KOOHH KOOMX Smith t Hrowo U R K C H K K i J s Frank HiwUn 3 W Ijinon ChMORIWj s ThMUM 1 ho WlUon H W Olllel K Gurat mllli Campbell K Kenyan KcGUfln 3 C Fuller S UK Un Uojd Chtpiatu tltbj I a E C 0 CbM Karl 11 4 galtery S t J Ftanllmn t 2 J WBUby 4 Simon OrlBa s Johaatoa AK i LC mikr n E Urm Kao WJL BaUaa X A at MMT Batter TMalJL the pnbllo for thcral pun I have pmared thtoliat anyone M UOM T otl IB my aad alwaM Mw yen eaa caA SM i talepkOM 0r leave ilne bsi snd shaxci that they could Im developed Into a pair of that would stand agnlnit any of thu minor teams McAuley and curried tin bnll with the old timn Oitvis plnyeil H snappy end and Tliu following thn line uji of CHO und the weight of eiich nmn MAIVKHN Jblumtnn HI IUU K1W Mm IUII IK IURTIU IU MarhiK IU IU Hoxle 100 iiuira 1B1IUI IIWHlw 17 W tMM 148 T E Ckpl IIVI K Ulilo IU Kfiuiiy ICOK H 1U KM Kvati Orabaiu Berrjr 147 IUr U17ft MM COKfllKO If VS DIITIKOHl II S Something In the nature of H prucllui gnu ID of foot ball for Urn Corning school Was pitiyed on inf ftiir nfiernoon iheopiHJciiig iniiiii being thu tetun from the Bedford high school Thu HcdTord boys were slmuly out oldMtil and could do nothing with tbn Corning team The greater rinm lnT of tliumi were gowl husky liut they went in comimnj thut wnn H litilu too fust until tlmy g licmi itiul a Illtlii more foot bnll During the first Imlf thn home ten in scored twentyfour and the lust Imlf WHS Just piny thn Cornlnif boys not trying to do any thing bat they couldnt kenp from scoring Another touch down md goal The high Hihonlii ncxtgame will hn with Hed Oak and this will be n gtimo thfit will be worth seeing ns Ked Oak hns onn of the best In tho stutc KAWSON MltKAKV Conlrml I rt for Hut Ntw In r Klnnn thn settlement of llm Itawnon will Mm A A Rawson taken nnd completed nrrangniDents for the now public library to known IB Tlio building will be H handsome 2story brluk with a basement located on the lut west of tint Central park Dr Hawson for so ninny years J his offloc and drug store the busi ness botng carried on under the iinn name of A A and H C Hawson present building ls being moved on a vmmiit lot just south of where It now Tlio new structure will he of modern architecture 32x30 with a white pressed briiik front The basement will be divided Into two one to be used for n historical room and the otlirr for B furnace The ground floor will rilso lie divided iQto two Dm front ono being used for a reading room and the other for the library Tim second story will bo arranged for a gallery over the rending room while the rear room will be used for Cemetery Library und other meetings Tho rooms will be handsomely furnished nnd conveniently Arranged It was thi desire of Dr IJnwuon that the furniture pictures stc of office go lo the library Thu contract for a groat portion of iho work has been awarded JI II Tu Kue inul will be pushed as rapidly as It U expected to havn thu iiullOIng ready for occupancy tills fall Din ciost will be about This will not only bo a great Improvement to Corning hut otto of grant vnlmi Pub lic libraries with a building In n town slzu of Corning Is seldom seen urn Lr Itawnon had wisely planned for this improvement and great public lumen1 1 The Corning Public library conslst ng of about 1000 will bn moved Into the new building In ad dition to this the will of Dr Hawson from bis private library about WO volumes more This will bo added to from time to time until Corning cun boast of a public library seeond to none n a city of Its size In the United States TlirimpfKiri igei Hiyrniv living niwr tin Kjiilinvny brink IIHHI Khotnnd liHliiiiHy itiilcii hltmiiif iiboitt H Turndiiy Ill lioiint iviiii fulfilled in uliiiiiiinjj nn oiil linulhij Hltot KUII tnkrii itio iockn off nnd tlm nil cr ilu liar rol In his mmiili whtn Su HOIIIU iiitiii Hie Irmd WM dUiiliarKiil wero not turn fchnivlfig Im lifid ilu end of thn bnrrnl Wfii In nioniii Tint Umd did no tfo liU IICMI and It Is thought It only a Kiiiiill load or proUubly witu no uliot In tlio imr rel Ills wlfu nnil n VDHIHI i1 were Uus llm uculduni oiicurred Tlu wliol top of IUn hniul fieumod to In Iliis rmmral uurrtul at IU oclock vrxteidiiy Hit wits miirrlid ulmiit no to Miss A nun llooKM unil linil JUHL gout 10 Mdfiddy Kor scum time he liud Ijrcii vmploycii in iiiis uv iion bank Blood Vvc live by oii r blood ruul on it We thrive or starve as our blood is ricli or poor There is nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and spirits high we arc being re freshed bone muscle and Grain in body and mind with con tinual of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we arc starved our blood is poor there is little nutri ment in it I3iek of the blood is food to keep ibobiood rich Whcii it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It sets the whole body going again man woman and child llH Imvr mil UUl U Fur frc CliMt1 trill Mitpilst ynil BCOTTK miWNH IliLiiiUu Vntk Mastiff School Shoes For Boys and Girls Wnr neatest Mastiff are to Stend the bard given them by boys and Tbe upper Itstbwr is cut from high grade stock with more than usual care Thu ara of the highest grade leather and an on with heavy thread and thoroughly braced to keep them from rip ping The ate sewed with heavy and will wear longer without ripping than any similar will out last thrw of ordinary shoes Reliable everywhere cell Mastiff Shoes If your denier liai none n Mocknsklilm to Item fnryntl Ifltc rctllKvH KCiul vin his tmrnu and we will ACC thzt ynn ornKiipplltriL through Home rclialilc flcnlcr nuiVe Hkiilu BIKO for men itntl UMLV M D WELLS 4t COM CHICAGO A Bicycle Kitler Will often receive pulnfu unte Sprains or bmisns from acoiitefifK Uiiekleiis Arnica Salve will kill the pnln am heal tlie Injury fts tlio cyclists frloml cliallng clmppcd hands sore lips Iiiirii6t nicerejmtl Curo Riianintcod Only 2rc Try it Sold by F K Iottnr tintggiBt A NO 40 T m Well Dressed wear two pairs of Lewis Shoos It is a proof of good taste and good judgment Jfj oo the price for Mens the price for Womens Both arc made in the lest way by I the best workmen and of the best material that money can buy IfyotirKliofl ctenlof ilies nul ItMplliom t r otir cuuioKiio rruiu which you the MhoeTiiMt suited to youJr murk nil avcryafeoi tKwm There May Be Others Nothing Old Here Except Our Low Prices Who arc soilingGroceries as cheap as we arc hut thoy are not in Adams county nor iny7Wcr vounky around There is no trade inark on our low we have always maintained much to the surprise of our opponents and admiration of our customers It is here where the econom ical buyer gets his moneys has has u few pennies left to jingle in his pocket Louis Knowles Grocery Store Sole In Cvrfling for Clarinda Fkmr Good Gooks Are Unanimous in Tliuir Praise of the Great White Enainol Line of lEZES OTJfL We Have Them at Your Price GOOD LEATHER SHOES The largest stock and b6st asstfrt ment of styles to select from Every pair and every price of hard practical work bs the marafactnre of Womens pcoraa beyond qaeattoa taat the Henfck not an experiment Kxperience is a it the easy atyliah trttt aid Herrkk coiW Iwtapndacad The a GUARANTEED   

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