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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - December 6, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                COUNTY FREE PRISS VOL XVill ADAMS JOUNPY IOWA DKOKMUKR 1000 NO 47 KROJf OUR Qf v Lueal CliHruutur Culluit Kram Our KxitliiingeB in Hnrroiiiulliur Towiin Hoi Oak high Hodool fooibull defeated Oiwij TliitnkBgiviiig by score of 58 0 Wliut would Corn ing do to The proposition tu build a jail in Taylor county WKB defeated by 505 There iiiiist bo n good nmiiy people in our aimer uuunty who dun believe in jmlii JuiiMi county will continue to do for tlieui Tile Ibotuiill gamu ill Sheuandoah betweeu ibe eleven that place aud a Villiscft team is stud to have ended in fight in wbieh several of the piirtiaijmntu received several hard knocks Tax Penell Williums lias begun operations in Mills uuunty and iroai reports things are beginning to bum there He succeed IM iu collect ing about 10000 ii Atlantic and will get about 5000 more tbere lie has however one or two lawsuits on liia hand there A civil service examination will be held in Atlantic December 15 for positions of eleik and carrier in the pOBtoffice service This examina tion is opeu to all citizens of United Slates who tuny desire to tm terthe service and who comply with the requirements Mark Million democratic iindi date for auditor of Taylor county had 402 majority He ran ahead of his ticket in every precinct in the county MoKiiiley carried the county by 807 oyer Bryan Mark can get job running ior ofHce in most any county in the state A special from Dunuquo Buys An order oanio to all tobacco denl ore today to at once ship out of ibo a ate their entire stock of cignrcUes mid cigarette mparH The order came from the American Tolwcoo of Ption cent decision of tho United Stnles supremo court Last week R young nmii by the of Kverett attempted lo com mit suiuide at Clariudii and received injuries from which he died The father of tho young man hsd brought him to ClarindH to bo examined us his mind was considered unbalanced and during the afternoon he aud his father were about the C B Q de pot At train time the young man watched train was moving he threw himself which cut iff both and QOiisIderabty bruised head He was taken lo a surucous office ami his arms amputated but he never survived the shock and died the next morning A tramp firuntiher by the name of Clark wns hustling for a job hero last week He was not particular which church he served but put in application to the Presbyterian add UlinstiiuiB us ho learned thnt their pulpits wore vacant Being H roau ot bo felt lully competent to serve the Methodist or Baptist people aa weU it iui opening ehnuld present ilsolf However as none presented his next move wns an at tempt to rent Mr Ttinisons restau rant Failing in this he moved on to hunt fresh pastorales or pastures From the numerousWhiskey kegs aud beer cases which were lined upon tho depot platform at G leu wood this week one would infer that the thirsty denizens of that town were laying in A supply for some special occasion Perhaps with the sdveut TliftnkBgivlng day uatl the presidents proclamation they deem it fitting to celebrate the benevolent workings of American civiliza tion in our newly acquired possees joint Schlitz and Anheuser Buscb brands of liquors are taking the lead in the auppiy at the county seat Thus the work of assimilation goes lowan The Football Game CONNING 5 The football game of the sea sou of 1900 resulted in a tie and for the first time the Corning high school met a team that was nearly its equal The Dexter team wag composed of a lot of husky fellows who looked eas ily the stronger of the two teams The only thing to be regretted is that Dexter did not piny ft straight o reflection dainty no Hgt charming the mellow srlow that Gartwrights One Entire Room 22xTOJFcet Full of Christmas Goods Having recently bought the portion of Mr Crooks lease on the Ovcrllow room adjoining our present quarters wo will on Saturday December 8th open this room in connection with our Shoe and Furnishing Departments with the moat complete line of Christmas Goods that was ever brought to tho city of Corning You are fiordiallyjnviled to call and view our immense and complete lines of dolls toys of every sorr kind tirtl cleserlptioiij including diuieost productions thu markets afford Most of these unique creations are of foreign and domestic skill and ingenuity and lire to be seen only hero and many of them mire lo be sold early There is a decided dolls oilers many it a childs heart could yearn for is here On next SATURDAY our OPENING BAY wo will present every lady calling at our store with a nice aouvunir advantage in first choice Our immense supply of inexpensive d surprising moneysaving values in fuel anything and everything ths Dolls Toys Sleds Drums Books Games Pictures till Christmas Books and Boxes Tim flcpnrtmunt in complete with thu loading SCIICH mich uu the liiuliT BuriiH thu Aclnii Htiriua tupa 12 IIIOK Alpinu HUHGH ICilition Inrpurti Horius nnd n large collection of tho hitest ami hcsf copy novolrt Aim iiluut of poiiiiy hooka juveiiilu hooku of all IdniN nud dcscrijiliou Chriatnmo cards lionktetH aud finiuy pnperutla Efegnitt Une of Blhles nnd Testa ments Fancy Goods for Christmas Thin department will ho highly plenaMR to thu liulieB iva you will find n lingo iiHBortinoiit id Inncy pillowe cliuir euahioiiH hond realn Btuud up read B pillow alituiiH laundry nn ologiuit liuo of untoiH hoodH knit akirlH Klovufl niit loim aud logHUH for nil very tiHunrtiuciit uniicrvvniir ior men womun iniHHOu uhildion nnd in two giiuiieH und union am tit Vifl vv Animals Dogs Sheep Tool Chests Harps Brownies Bellows Toy Furniture Building Blocks Pastry Sets Swings Beds Guns Parlor Balls Toys Laundry Sets Iron Toys ABC Blocks Dominos Wagons Toboggans 10Pin Alley Floor Chimes Rattles Tuberphone Horn Trumpets and hundreds of other pretty things Everyone Is invited early stay a long time andjjring all the Children to see f7oy WRGH iiigh Bchool team Corning lius heen very particular about Ilia nmke up of lier team and every nmu him been iu fall uud have etoud wet up in their It wag au inlerestitiggainc Lhniugh out Corning woo the toes and chose he south goal and Dexter kicked off Coming started out lively with their new series of playa every play net a good gaiuMcAuley and Shupe butked the line fiercely aud Davis worked the enda and tackles for aeveral good gains Corning ad vanced the bull twentyfive yard from their own line lo Dextcra thirtyfive yard line where they lost on downs Dexter failed to advance he ball and kicked to Corning6 hlrty yard line That the only lime Dexter bad the ball during first half Corning began by two and three yard gmina to slowly work the balltoward Dextera goal and after trenty of play Shupe WM over for the firat touch down DavU goal fcSotad off to fifteen yard lint and Stanley returned it twenty yarcie Here Corning fell into her old habit of playing alow They making their gains at every try and could easily have made another touch down before tho first hulf cloEcd if they had played gin gerly but this they failed to do and thereby Imnga a tiiic In the beginning of tho second half Corning kicked off to Dexter who immediately began to put up a fine alyle of interference that Coru ing aecmed incnpableof breaking up and before any one rciiiized it they let Dexters right half hack slip through the line for a thirty yard run and a touch down Thia seemed to take aome of the stiffening out of Corninga team and for the greater part of the remaining time allowed Dexter lo make her gains with eaee But a few minutes before the Corning braced up and began to move the hall down the field at a rapid pace Davto made a brilliant run around end for thirty yardd and he and McAuiey added gome mure tlifi line when time was called with ibe ball well in territory Final acore Corning 5 Dexter 5 Davis McAulcy Brownmid Capt Maring played their last game for tho high school aud their places will be hard to Ell next year They played a hard game aud quit tho field with even honors L Lawrence and Stanley bid fair to be the of next years team Theac two men played the fiercest game of all and to them it is duo much as any one else that Dexter did not score Corning expects next year to have a team that will be stronger than the last With L Lawrence and Leck liter to develop for half back Wil liams Hill weg and Lyone for quar ter back or ends with Con way and Shupe atheir old there will then be need of two good hutky fellows for guards and Corning start out with a team that could work wonders KennedyKoetian One prsttlnt wedding of tick place at 8t church In Corning Wcilnflerlny Nov 28 tho mtirrlngo of Mr Jus Kennedy and Mra Mngglo T Kocnan was nol omnfzccl by Uuv Father Slicrtdun In the presence of ii lirgc mimhor of ad miring frtnndfl MlesNcllio IConnedy nlnco of thn groom nctud as urldeNmnUI ami Mr Hugh Comlsky brother or the brlilo was the grooms best man After tho services at tho chnrcli tho lirlilal party returned to the homo or Mrs Dun Kennedy sister of the groom where n sumptuous dinner awnltec thorn nm wns partaken of by a large number of friends The next day the young couplit left for Illinois for a fow months visit with relatives nnd Mends and to spend their honeymoon It Is Uio vsh of nil Mielr friends tint their voyage on the matri monial iea may be joyous and that the of lifes declining tun rony a mellow light oer happy anil contented Dr YV Yf Harrington ancceMwrto Dr Runyon or Mi ohnrcli tT Mail Ioxcs for Rural Krocv Dultvury Itnlpli Kvifscll Imrdware merchant Is nuitiufncturlnga novel box for rurnl frnu ilulivcry purposes wlilolt 1ms boon approved by tho Kovoniment adjuster of ruru froo dull vary for Uiia territory nsftsultnblo box Each box Is inns tor keyed with A special lock capable or 1000 changes or the convenience of tho curriers ns ono master kny will nnsa all locks yet your neighbor cnnt un your box Mr Russell bus can vassed each route nnd is now busy get ting the boxes reaily If you liavo not been canvassed it will be well to call nt his at once so your box will bo rcnily when arrangements are com pleted 47 Opern Clly Mo Dwcmbor 10 11 IQM Forthis occwion a full of praiiilM for loyera of muile the a rent Wwtorn wlllonDtccmbct u MU lo tort to nrttun Decorabor lith a knd third round trip For runbftr UformMUn of UMI 9t MUnw K d P1T Sveryoqe abouia drlDk Mellowrrea It wltlMMt toolc Tor dog on the heel of every Mastiff iboc MASTIFF SCHOOL SHOES For Bars aadGiraaM trusty sboci They hold their shape and wear longest because they fit and are made ofbesi materials We make them and we know this is true   

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