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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - November 15, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                Co FREE PRESS VOL XVIII CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1900 NO 44 FROM OUR NEIGHBORS a Loeal CharaflUr Culled from Our a not too wye re Near Lucas the rack bettu very soft the aw grade ia in due to heavy The of Uuiuu comity are contesting lite office of cierk Hieki democrat elected by 8 They dont waut i be earth There are inmatee in the Glen wood institution with OD file for 100 more who cannot be admitted until the are en Urged Mark Million democrat was elected auditor ol Taylor cuuuty by 404 The couuly went 80G fur Me Kinley Mark and Carl Stanley would make a team The Glenwuud institute eaved yearfroiiitlie pampklai fed to the cattle belong ing to the The amount that will be frum thai source thut year ii esti mated at 150 The Ghariton Patriot Tlie Q depot in thin city U undergoing thorough renovating minting and bouM cleaning When completed it will be one of the clenueat along the line The game gang could get a job several places iu Adams county At a recent HWIUHI of ilie board o directors of the Minium Woodmen society 206 deatlt aggr 381000 were allowed and ordered 28 claims were referred for further investiga tions and OS 1117600 are held awaiting the nliiij ot of death A labsoriber uutifted he edito that he found a spider in liin papar and wUhed to know if it an ei omen The editor promptly repliei that it wai not that the npUier WH there on legitimate It wa Manning tbroiigli the coliseum paper to 8ml out who iliii not tiat so it would know where to and not be disturbed tli coatit but itia to far north that the the ad the the Burlington train No 1 met dealt in a rery peculiar mniitior recently be t ween Halting and Mnlvern The engineer notiuud that engiue WM losing headway and called to Clark to tire up Meeting with no response he climbed down into the coal pit and there found the tire in an hanging over the endgate of the with his nknll uruihed rf in No satisfactory theory of of the accident been fv Taaoed This morning about twenty ot schoolmates ivml neighbors ot little Bpoou hoy who was badly burned last Kuurth of July parieu with mail portions ot their MO that a skin griming uouid be per formed on the lowar of tliu left leg of the Spoon boy The young lad had a long and tedious time since the accident but lie ia now ou the road to recovery The sauriliue on the part of those who made the skin grafting possible in commend ton Advertiser 10th John Hull 12yearoUl BOO of G M Hall of bVaukfort township was fatally ihot by accident on the home farm Wednesday afternoon about 4 oclock With another boy some what older than himself he was in i cornfield hulking corn They bad t gun with them and in putting it on top of a load of corn John struck a trigger of the gun against the aide board of the wagon and the gun wa discharged He had hold of the muzzle and the load passed througl 1 his hand and i a to his side He livet but a short Oak Sun Grading for the new track betwse M array and Creslon continues wit unabated vigor Several contractor haye put on night forces and in few cases thework will be prosecut ed far into the winter if the Him but the condition is impruviig 11 the time and when the freeze o wen there will bo M iiiiich better bed with danger The iurliugton den 11 en the completion of he uew tract an noon ai pimsihls mid he contractors M re making utl the ipeed in their Herald This is an age of hurtle bustle and weat A man from early dawn until the katydids aiug iu the twilight for three meals a day and a lace iu which to lie awake at night and worry about it It he dont overwork he is called lazy and if he does overwork he guns crazy He oils and slaves through tiia days of hisyouth so that whenhe growa old be can wearaBDk hut and sit on he of luxury hut when liis iair turus to suow and bix whiskers row thin and gray in late ifrernoon he finda that he has been victimized and grevunwly buncoed y hie own calculations tind hut rheumatism and poor relations have shattered all his dreams mid punct ured his long cherished hones Uuaie George aii ex perience iu K D Cloeea deer park last Sunday afternoon which hi will remember all bin lilt and one which uame very uear proving u fatal one for him He ban been ncuuatomed to pass through Fred Jloeue pantiire in west Liiou tu get to hit own past ure which joius it Mr Clone in the owner of quite a herd of and several of the bucks are quite vicious He has two enclosures fenced iu with high wire and Sunday afternoon Mr TUlman was going through the west park and had no thought of there being any door in it MB they hat been kept recently in the east but they iiad buen turned into the west on Sunday Ho was walking slowly uud before he knew it was nt tacked from the tear by three deer ami wan hadr Korod ut aoif drufSBtf vrxf teagufiS a et up and finally got hold of the uuks leg and horns and held on loutlug all the time lor help He as dragged along by the enraged ninia a dUtauce of two or three water In cloved to bree monlbe iu estimated that in where work in uow being doue there enough ore to Mud out 50 traiu oad a day for 200 years Nbtwiih itandiug tlie eold the mineu are oper ated the whole year Mr Haneou are good iu Sweden Wages re high and labor in iu great demand ihe reanon Tor ibis that so many of he strong young men have emigrated to America that it is difficult to get a borers far the new and on he farms But while wages are good iving is comparatively high so the nducement to go to America remains nayjgation except midsummer It ia the one mountain HeufJMadinoii At jho home of ho Mr mul Mrw nbrt MiKlUoii tiboiil I oclock p in Stimfay Mr lurry U ttml Fiorcnui Mail lean uiirrled Only thu rulutUiR of tbu rldt unU groom were present Ituv II Fuller officiated After u Rltort ind very uiTOuiony ami fionu iuuriy uougriituUlloiiB all iircs eiit rfjiiilrcil to clus illrnilng room whuru WMB u IUMK tilktl with vlutulB Borved uftturully bj np wuru Pilucutcil lo gutltur uni huvu now unltid lifurt iinil Imnil for life coinpuiiloiiH Lung niny bey live nnU abutidnht bu tlieir Joys They will BOOH bu nt liouiu to many fritiuls Fur tile winur jls lutvo rooms over tlio shop wltuni Mr Surifl works Hia Highnebs the Sultan of Sulu with bis numerous wives rejoice with the lUHJority of this country Ht will probably nmrry a few more times on llio strength of our victory The slaved of hie island will not rejoice with him This in to be a jrcut country LIST inOR THK YEAH IBOg ADAMS COUNTY IOWA STATE or IOWA I ViluniH County f Nnllce Is hereby R y Riven lliat m Monday ucemerS at the hour of ID ncliKk a n i will offer or sale at tlie ofllco UIM oiuiiy troaKurerCornliiir Iowa according liw the hint and town lot liuruhi ilu itrllkjil for tue amount of taxes Interest iiii ciuiiH then dun tinu ilciiiuiuciit tiicf etiii ur tlic year liniv and for all iorinor f inuiiimg unpaid on tnu day of salt iliL UXVK IniureNi and cont sue oiiiuisfte cacti ruct of lanil and town lot Is for the year CW uulasH ulherwtse siwclUed Such Nal will Im ailjoiiriied frtitn day to day us limf tliere are lilddern and thcreafler to the st Mundav of tnontii until tlie nald aim and lofs ire sold W i SIIINN Treasurer of Adams County Iowa Townshlp7l McKnlry M I BtK Acre or or Total lilk H lie n w MW nw H sw uw 111 se nw I lie iiu Itl nw ne MW ne ii Kl III H 71 KuiKJ K HI U ilH U ISI U Kll IU M io at i 71 Range Jdillnck t V iicrstmal ami 111 11 W nw Halns CJ W w nw HW w sw i NO1AUAV liixlcr Ulliu M Frank AUK ri so in v M II K II III fill rutxiKon II I1 iiu in inv iii HC iir telcrnoli 1 J litKO se lllHTllllT N1 Qniiftey ii nw BW NW Darnell I e la nw se Ullison W CarliDii 1 II and si so HI i II V 7 10 Ml nW 117 ii r Ii u e n rrtt u i J W ne nw nw HW HW nw H 11 W III SW 11W SH HW HW sc sw of Nuvln aiilney 10 K U 1 K IWH 1HMI HailKi Iiiiilln C W ci ii iria nw nw IU ullcn J W si 1 iui last itri PHFSCOTtIllileiHMUluilt District Hay Klslu J IlVKColl 2iul ailil T TOWN OF llakur A S K 111 ItwKi HlKKK IJMICfllU IlLJiCOtt Isuulil IlLSCIllt ISL illlll llclilliiK J M ProssoU adil Diivlu i K nurKuiiul t ii H IK 7 T 0 Id IU UH 7U 87J 1070 10 Paekler anil w W ft K ISO ft LIII lilr ilH IlK tifi J Itll Circuit ixnBoiiul inil IstailU 7 l Hiiiisu IIS UIHTHIII NO II vy J ne nw se nw M 1 1 niHTIliT so II undred feel all the lime being out nd imiiitetl by the tuot and liorus of lie buck crien weru finally eard by Will Filical and Will Ilnkle who weut to hii retttiie and rove the deem away wltli clubs Mr Tallinn n had HLrngglvd with bent lor 30 or 40 minutes and wun o weak lie ooultl not havu held out niiclt longer unable u land Hiid when taken Dr iownmn called it was necesuary to tit oh a number of bin wnuiulK in Irewiug them It aiio teared he may be injured internally mid hii advanced age makes bin injuries serious Reporter THK combines continue to raue prices to tiJe frffreA ising The election their way and they must get their money back mid ceitibrale The ted preiH authority under date of Nov 10 for the following NugotiitloiiH wlilub liuvu UiicMi In irogresH utnoiig tliu maiiudiutitrura of tteul platcH for Ibu imst liirutt wtokn rulattvii to the formation of n jioollng Hgriiiuivnt of lliiitu intoriKts has lerii MUOrCBflllly COIHllllirll At H OOJlflT lit tlilu city mi iigrftinotii to Toiirtiiti uonuirrim un ttilil to bu WUB rrnclail uud prluia uil tvvo ilollmrs prr ton 1hli lol IOVVB mi uilvtiniiu of tbu Huimt amount two wijijkg nan Kite M S se KU sw tie TOWN ill al iJAHL Hailow U W jietnunal antf 1 Hniitliwlck K A Wii TuiilgycK A 11 J 71 Town f lirnoicii Ulil1 Arthur J N 111x40 ft nc Cor liirlow tsjiuc name Itlrlivy B icrminal anil IU i i is U8 1 111 IU 1 117 I IS I IJO Kl I K i i8 Wi 7U BOO tW a r K IU II Ii ot u W W 8 n u I lil i in in ai TOWN COllNINlJ jixliy i W lllxliv H lilnck W A pctMinal alii lirove iiiKlOjift Urove aildeaift rnve add wfU It Name 1BD8 same 1HU7 same IKIU persunal anil IMI 1R Cramer W II add WJ Frank Ci W toll adtl IR axier V K iiersunul ami JUK 81 I Oooihvln W Kd ad Jill H II I SllTi Clreen K K court t W H Nanio 1HW Tallin 1C drove ulil Mllcy Juiiu cull uUl MuikOC iicrsoiia unl liiL null II Tl McNiilul W IIIK Hiilnllv tl H llOft e noil NIclnillH A W flnivi ulil UluliarilN A pirsmiTil iinil Hlnnillui M iicrsoniil intl SUtliaul A A TllDiiniH W h iiilit IIKI nil 7M IMI II Kl 01 II H 0 17 l w 7 0 n MI I 1C it i i ID lip till II SI1 II II K 711 IT JD 17 Kl I 7 Wlthruw W 1 iiiMKoiuil iinl iws Jiiirl Wlltloy It II lVil urn i air IVIK IM IMstrlcl tnlncy llentlrlck Mary J us Wvcda wJW nls n1 H1II1U SLIIIU 1H1I7 w IHiiils njj HC 311 CORN1NU laspur Alluu W V w fiii n lilii iiu ni 1 f CUT PRICES scum to be the order of Use day When it coinus to cut prices wu alwjiy strictly in it however we never cut t print unlesswe have good reason and when we do cur t piifo we dont just trim a slnsh in deeply It may him but the difference is BO great that you uiiti readily see tho bargain We never advertise anything that has not some particular inurit or value and we do not quote lictitious values This week we have some thing to say aboutCollarettes d shoes Prices good until December 1 Collarettes Must be Closed Out by Dec 1 WH neiul Urn niEnoy to liolp pay for tlio litrguKt and host lino of Holiday over brought lo Oorniiif If you luivo lookoil through our lino you know Hit wn only thn iiojviHt in Storm Collars and Collarettos nmllluil our irkLH wnro lownr tlinnjrinny othorB Now pUico thnni ttiilo ut ihn foiiowiru low iirkOH Jusl liiiiiU t0 pur niul cvnn inoro on sum IIUIIIIIWH 81200 n ml 81100 rA uml Storm Collars now 81000 3000 uml 8850 Collarettes AA mill Storm Colltirn now 8700 Miirlcn Moiitlbn and Monkey CA CollurottKB now SLfiO Opossum Storm Cullnrn now SiOO Storm Collure rtrv now Uolliiruttcu tub fnml 0 8250ColnmUcM SI 50 CnllnrcltcH Wnlkcrs nilil Name liiil IIIHI IhUK HoliurlH laclcsoii KlugN HiLil Wnirl S HlKKHUilil 1 llarlow 1 M n llasw HW Nllllu 1WK samu IbUT IKi Kuuyoii M U luul Ii Ill II II 1 r D KU Ml The lied EipitoH an inter esting accouut oi a uiiiuiu ot that town wlio ban just returned Irotii visit to the la tli I ut tbu inidiiiylit Jollowa Mr HaiiMou tltoroutily enjoyed his visit and while there trav eled over ilia cjuutry considerable tie took one trip of nearly 1000 miles north from Stockholm where be viait ed aii old school friend a youug man employed at the iron mines in the northern part ot Swaden He made the trip iu July and bad ample op portunity to see the nun During the week or more he stayed there the BUU never sunk below the horizon The iron mines at thU place are peculiarly rich probably the rich eat iu the world Itia fromherethe celebrated Swedish iron is scoured and there are mountains of H uud the ore which is quarried as we quar ry rock ia 90 per cent pure The great drawback is lack of coal and transportation facilities A railroad has been built acroas Norway tn the LEWIS at UM totton of it Hk trade niark stands for all thats good in shoes It guar antees comfort quality and There ore great many for yon to chooae from Toere is a shape to fit your foot a style to meet yoor taste If Tear shoe dealer does net handle Shoe and for our aanalag shspai sad AMT mm UwU to JI WHAT IT MKANM The icelectiim of William MtsKio ley mcnun tin indornOiiiGnt of every violulion uf IKW every willful purver sion of the principles of free govern meut made by the party in power dur ing tlin four It means thut the HiiuienL lundniark set up by the fathera for the guid ance of tho servants of the people urj to be devored to yandHl ikHtmctiou by men iu trusted with political power that the ceuluryandaquarferold system of government of the trusts by the trusts and for the trusts that the Declaration of which uot only nerved the arms ir rndialetl ilia mlilils Silil raaglilfigil the of the heroes who fought bled and eudured all tninner of hnrdships in the of Islington Bunker Hill Brandy wine aud Yorktowu but proved a fountain of courage and hope to there descendants and was a bow of promise to people in other lands struggling tor freedom and self gover ia uu outworn and useless doc unent no longer to serve as the guide and inspiration of a republic grown populous prosperous mighty through adhesion to and observance of its grandly truthful pronouncement that the constitution which has been the rock the stay the palladium the protector and interpreter of our entire fabric of law is a thing to be put aside to be disregarded at the whim of the president and congress as no longer controlling and limiting their that shall con duct the of government ac cording to the directions of an oligar chy of commercial combines by vir tue of whose corrupting money they hold office and place that we are to swing loose from the mooring of a re publican essence in government and give the lie and the scoff to our splendid aad heroic past by becom ing serfile imitators of old world empires and kingdoms that are up beld by bayonets conducted or the benefit of a olass aad bailded upon the toil and blood of mUliMM Faans City r liiw A LII Unlit Hli il ue HW Name I HIM name imr uauic IBM uwruiirr NO oiiniuur Sr nw NU T lie HW IT 71 Kan Hakcr tlcn personal and nc nw III Sldnncv cl I ami K 1 pur HOIial illlll HW HW TOWN QD1NCY Mollli1 w4 r same samu IHIHI I iu e II Look fnr itoR on llie liccl of every MnstKf Mioe H H IL H It Ii U 8 ft H fi i a a 1 17 I WASHING I ItiiiiRC it Ilunby WC w lao Flcklrj S E personal ami wtia 1 MASTIFF SCHOOL SHOES For Boys and Girls are truity thoet They hold their shape and wear longest because they fit and arc made of best materials We make them and we know this is true Refuse cmy show clnlmel to o All reliable dgiilcru sell Ilium or cnn Ret them If youm docs not scml to nn for jinmo of dcnlcr wlia cnn mipply you MnslKT nlw mnde for inca nud womcii Mude only ly M DVEIXS COMPANY CHICAGO Ladies and Childrens Shoes On our Bargain Tnblc we place 130 Pairs Ladles anil Childrens Uindn of iintl wiiHliHiiddw thai do not wish to itll llin way 8100 to to mulsii now i i Our Underwear Department mi imdlfiBs variety ofstyleis uuil iljut years V t nriuuH Oildit uul cnilH from 5c por pioco up Spuclal for Hi is wculc uru ovnrloudcd ou LnriiuH1 2riu Union buiin Hollinif buttur f FISHERS Stock MUlini ind Clovtt ot HaraderG name I IBOil htixfe K M S5 Hi llarlovv Kiln a M sc nw Heilvick C M n Oa u Oa n hUUIC 1H1K sanif name I MM Luke n E wli se uw Markle L V Ke nu Sink zora n IS ID 111 Ml Wells A L w w I la HW 10 K3 70 era H IK i u i 1 Bit 10 01 T a irTO ra fli Special Rate ExcursiQiis JIomciicolsoM uf until OclJ n SOT ft ami 20 Dec I uml 18 various pohiln limit 21 Omt fnri plus S3 lor Die rouml trip For further Inforinntltin nil on iriuMreB8 F II Cartwrighf s Specials j WOMENS UNDBRWER flno and heavy 48c 98c i 25c 25c 75c 75c WOMENS lino allwool knit flkirta atI MISSESand CHILDRENS allwool hose I 3 for L Jt WOMENS MISSES and 1 Cp for heavy ribbed fleeced lined hoso MENS UNDERAYBAR at 50C Hats Caps Gloves and Mittens Largeet stock of Boots Showi aud Rubbcni in Corning mul wo mako that do the business Give a call and lot UH prove every word we say Our store will oiion evenings until after tho If you want to save your money come to Good Gooks Are Unanimous in Their Praise of lllii Great Whito Enamel Line of STOVES and RANGES We Have Them at Your Price M The Hcrrick Shoe is made on that follow he natural lines of ths b an easy walking wearing and fitting shoe It is a handsome shoe that wean as well oa it looks Tho Hcrrick a cushion effect that makes walkinga ia not sacrificed for style in the Hcrrick can depend upon the high grade of the workmanship every sinfU time Three aad each one 2 5O b guaranteed 2 Tlft khovc SPKCIAt NOTtCK f itt tt   

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