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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - November 29, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                All Home Print Corning Adams County Iowa Thursday November 29 190O Vol XXX No 48 HENRYS DRUG STORE Holiday AnGotmcement To all a merry Christmas Another holiday season is right at our doors You have presents to bay un doubtedly and feel that an appropriate selection will be ho small task To every reader who wishes to make a success of Christmas shopping we say com mence in time Our stock of holiday goods will not be larger at any time but will constantly grow smaller day by day until Christmas In variety novelty and wide range for selection to suit all individual needs our very complete stock will surely please you 5 Tn our we iisure honest 10 Dtijei vaiues Inviting you to call and see our very complete line and again ex pressing the best wishes of the season we remain YOURS RESPECTFULLY DIED PROM HI5 INJURIES J T Bilderback Who Was So Severely Burn ed atCumberland Died Monday week THE UNIONREPUBLICAN contained an acouut of the severe inr jury of J T Bilderback of Cumberland by a kerosene explosion the Sunday pre vious It was stated at the time that it might be necessary to amputate one of his but it was found later that he injured even more severely than appeared at first and after great suffering death came to his relief Mon day The accident occuredinthe man ner stated in last weekt that Mir Bilderback thought the fire was out poured the kerosene into the stove and had started ia to build it again The accident and its fatal results caused great sorrow in this community as Mr Bilderbacfc had lived here for many years and was liked by all He was in the hotel business in Corning for about ten years andleft here less than two years ago to take charge of the hotel he was operating at the time of his death The remains were brought to Corning Wednesday for interment the funeral being held at oclock at the Church of Christ Rev IH Fuller conducting the services Deceased was born inHuntsville 111 about forty years ago He was mar ried to Miss Gertie Houck in this coun ty arid two daughters were born to One of his brothers J ABil derback lives at Briscoe a sister Mrs Lymari Buckley at Massena and three sisters in Illinois while one sister lives m Oklahoma and another in Kansas Mr Bilderback was honorable and up right in his dealings pleasant arid agreeable to all and the terrible acci dent which took him off is regretted by the whole community The be reaved family has the sympathy of all even more sincerely than usual Henrys Store W J Kellogg buys poultry and pays he highest market prfse in cash or half a cont more in trade at any store Scotts Best Flour at W S Lyons 5 cents 47 If you need furniture of any kind vou will be hard to suit if you dont ind something to please you at Snavelys 43 Snayely has some fine sideboards Get his prices 43 RURAL DELIVERY Information Tn Regard to the Routes Estab lished hi Arinois County As stated in this paper last week iSpecial Agent of the post office the establishment of four free rural deliv ery routes in this county It is thought they will all be in operation within a month The Cad route is designated asNb theMercer route as No 2 tho Carbon and Mt Etna route as No 3 and the Iveyville route as No 4 John Lucas will carry the mail for No I Tip Lucas for 2 J IT Eldridge for No 3 and Harry Pickett for No 4 The compensation is SoOO per year The following information in regard to their duties and the service they will render will be interesting Each rural delivery will be a post ofliceon wheels The carriers will carry a supply of postage stamps postal cards stamped envelopes and money order blanks and if the patrons choose to make the car rier their agents by entrusting to them addressed and stamped envelopes for that purpose they can enclose the mon ey orders when issued at the poatollice in the envelopes so furnished them and deposit them in the mails The rate of postage for drop letters on these routes Is Uvci cents It is particularly desired by tho de partment that the boxes put up by the patrons of rural free delivery shall be of snch a character as to bo secure not onlyfrom tho weather but from niis chevious or malicious depredations The U S mail shoncl not be deposited in any but an appropriate receptacle properly lablled and protected Unless suitable boxes are supplied within a reasonable time mail will not be de livered It should be remembered that the de livery box of each farmer whether it be locked or not ia private and sacred and to even open one of them by an unauthorised person is a serious misde meanor which the government will vigorously follow up to the guilty party and severely punish No wooden box is a lit receptacle for mail All boxes must do oi metal at least 15 inches square and not less than 14 inches long There is no box rent to pay The only expense the patrons are to is that of buying boxes The poatollice depart ment pays the carviur v Rural free delivery is new to a large percentage of people so it will be well to withhold judgment as to its practic ability until becoming better acquain ted with its operations It has been in operation for three years and is proving a great success and is popular when over introduced Any farmer desiring mail on a route should place a suitable box on a post on the route over which thocarrier passes Those living off of tho direct route simply have to put a box on tho route A post standing about five feet out of the ground is the right height Those not desiring the service need not put up a box Boxes should have on them tho owners name and be labeled U S Mail Carriers arc not expected to alight from their conveyance to deposit mail or wait on patrons and must not be de layed unnecessarily Carriers are permitted to carry par eels not suitable for mailing but they must not undertake to diatrsbute cir culars or other matter which would otherwiso pass through the mails un less such circulars are properly stamped Theregulations compel the carrier to make a charge for parcels carried or errands done but such charge miist be reasonable Patrons may also register valuable letters with the carrier who will issue a regular registry receipt to Shorn therefor but such letters jshould prepared anil directed bofore the carrier arrives As these carriers have a daily drive of about 30 miles with very many stops to make they cannot wait for letters or cards to be written Patrons are kindly requested lo endeavor to delay the carriers as tie as possible and to this end should a supply of stamps and envelopes on hand Such supplies may be pro ured of the carrier FOOTBALL NEWS DR HAMILTON MURDERED He Was tlie Son of Prof Hamilton of Simpson CoHcsre Once Pastor of Corning Church The victim of tho murder which is described in the dispatch given below was the son of Prof Hamilton of Simp son College The latter was pastor of the Corning Methodist church for three years his pastorate closing in 1802 The young mart was about 20 years old at that time and was attending college He was here only during vacations and for that reasou his acquaintance was not extensive although many of our people will remember him The dis patch is as follows Albia November Hamilton a prominent physician of Marysville sixteen miles northwest of Albia and just over the line in Marion county was shot and almost instantly killed about oclock this morning and Alfred Arm is detained as being the person who did the shooting Just af ter finishing his breakfast the doctor started to the stable to feed his horses The barn is some distance from the house and in a small prove When he had gotten about half Che distance some person concealed in the grove shot him presumably with a rifle tho bullet striking him in the head The doctor turned and walked back to the door of his residence where he fell on the step and soon expired The little town was soon all excitement and a search began for tho murderer It was there was a bad feeling between the doctor and Alfred Ann and Aim had repeat edly threatened to lull the murdered man Mrs Ahn left her husband and Ahn claimed Dr Hamilton was respon siblo for it Ahn was arrested and taken before Squire Foshier and con tinuance granted until Friday morning The circumstantial evidence is strong against Ahn and he is to be in custody of the Marion county sheriff Fine Game Prnmised this Afternoon witli Dxtcr Goud Onina Last Friday The football gamo this afternoon at he fair grounds Between the Dexter and Corning hVgh schools pfomfsofj to Be a splendid conclusion of a most snccess iil season for the home team The jpyshave made a great record this sea on and have earned the right to a place mong the leading high school teams if the state TheUexter eleven also has a fine je eord and ou account of the determina n of each team to windup the season yith a game won the contest will be a ierce one The game will be started at an hour late enough to permit every one to enjoy Thauksgiving dinner and the attendance should bo largo Following are the records of the two teams CornlnRlLS27 VHlIsaa H S 0 Corning llodford US 0 flr A tt a W B Ankenys DISPLAY OF I Holiday Goods 1 Sat Dec 1st WILL HAVE A PIPE OROAN The New Congregational Church Now Almost Completed Will Haveu Pine Instrument The Congregational enurch people held a meeting last Thursday evening and decided to purchase a pipe organ for their handsome new building The instrument will be built by Carl Barcb hoff Pomeroy O and is tp be placed in the church ready for use by Febru ary 151901 It is to be a fourteen stop instrument and will he one of which notonly the congregation but the peo ple of Corning will be proud Chas B McFerrin of TerreHaute Ind a musician of fine ability will make the first use of the instrument by giving an organ recital at the church on the evening of February 15 1901 Everybody in county and town is in vited to attend this organ recital It will be a novel and interesting musical of a high order An admission fee will be charged notice of which will be given Jater The proceeds will be used toward paying for the organ On Saturday evening Mr McFerrin will for a very small fee show the people the structure of the organ and exhibit some of its possibilities in variety of music It iscapable of different combinations On Sunday February 17 the new church will be dedicated There will be speakers from Grinnell and else where All Who can attend this ser vice from city and county will be heart ily welcomed More specific announce ment will be made later A NOVEL ENTERTAtMHENT Piedmont Smithing Coal at W S Lyons 43 salesman to sell complete line of 1aints Lubricating Oils Liberal tern and good position for irian of ability Address The At lantic Helming Co Cleveland 0 Yours truly THIS ATLASITC REFINING Co S D WISE Secretary 1212 You will find some elegant bed room sets at Snavelys 43 Scotts Best Flour at W S Lyons 85 cents x 47 Scotts Best Flour at W S Lyons 85 cents 47 You ought to see Snavelys selection of furniture lie has a big stock and his prices are right 43 Some Comings Young den and Their Quests Enjoyed a Session of the Farmers AHlancet Eleven of the youg ladies of Corning were mystified last week by receiving invitations to a meeting of the F A club on Wednesday evening The invitations stated I hat a talyho would call forthem and was signed by tho committee io names appeared om the invitati6ns but by diligent inquiry the young ladies discoveries and were dressed in appropriate cos tumes when the tallyho called pur suant to agreement They were takert a drive through the country and were finally desposited at the Widher build ing and were ushered into the Y M C A room where eleven of their young gen tlemen friends received them The boys wore overalls checked jumpers and bandana handkerchiefs and considerably surprised when they found their dressed in hon or of the occasion Refreshments served andyoung people seldom have a more pleasant evening than was spent by all The following toasts were re snonded to and the efforts amateur Farmers Alliance men were highly amusing Farmers Alliance 11 H Harris How to feed cull hogsbl Purdum City vs CoimtrylifeF E Jackson How to get rid of cockle bursC M Stanley Oiir Country SchoolW B Stephsoa Feeding calves sour milkW W Harrington Baled hayThos Mcheart Pumpkins pies on half Morgan Leaving the farmF Russell Butter Egg TrustC Okey TurnipsE Vernort H IT Harris Master of Ceremsnies Horses and Mules Wanted I will buy horses and mules of alB kinds weighing from 000 pounds up Will be home every Saturday and par ties having animals to sell should not fail to see me I still pay as in the past all the market will afford 41 L C MILLER Wanted Cornstalk pasture Will buy straw and clover hay within hauling distance of Corning Also corn delivered F M WIDNKU Corning Iowa II S11 Co LC Slst regU Cornlni II S21 Blurry II S 0 11323 Uud OakII S 0 Doxter HS2V Menln H S 0 Dexter H Sns Earlliam II S 0 extor 1C S12 Stuart H S o Uoxter It S12 Uutlirtc Ccntor 5 The game Friday with Lincoln Cen ter was probably the best the high school has played this year The visit ors put up a hard game and almost un il the end it looked as if tho result would be a tie They reported that one of their strongest men was laid up and while they put him in during the sec ondhalf he could not play his usual jame However they played Paullin Corning who was by all odds the best ground gainer on the team They are a fine lot of boys and their defeat by as strong an eleven as the high school has this year is no discredit to them In the first half neilher side scored and neither had much of an aJ vintage In the second half with abont ten minutes to play McAnley made a line run of about thirty yards but dropped the ball Corning held Lincoln for downs however and then put up a lino exhibition of ground gain ing and carried tho ball slowly but steadily toward the goal They crossed the line with little over a minute to spare Tho elTort to kick goal was un successful The line up of the high school team for todays game will be about the sairio as isgiven below High School Lincoln Center MarlngA ft W MaTCIroy A McAulcyIt TTaylor and Whlto TlionmsIt KCruso llrowiiCSopter Lawrencelj StanleyU T Loninrd LLiiwroncolj 15G Mclilroy H 1 McAuloyK H DavisI Iccklltor 11 Slmw K Shaw Lost A leather purse containing Tho finder will be rewarded Leave at this ollica Farm for Rent 360 acres good buildings and water Enquire of W C Ciiuun Corning Iowa TT 2 W B ANKENVS a YOU ARE INVITED SOUVENIRS ili CORWIXG I A WOYE3I13ER 2S 1900 To Our Friends and Patrons This is THANKSGIVING SEASON and we wish to keep it by extending to oiu1 friends and patrons who have given as such a generous patron age since the beginning of our business life in Corn Jug our SINCERE THANKS striving always to merit a continuance of the same generosity in the future lu connection with this it might be well to state that we have recently bought of Mr A A Crooks proprietor of The Overflow the unexpired portion of his lease and on or about December 1st we will open that room in connection with our pres ent quarters aiid have it full to Overflowing with the choicest of seasonable merchandise which we will tell you of moie fully in the next issue of this paper Sincerely Yours to Please T RCARTWRIGHT   

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