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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - December 13, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                1 x5l COUNTY FREE VOL XVIII FHOM OUR NKIQHIIOKH ot a Iuciil Ohnraeler Culled From Our KxclmiiKHK In Hurrouiiilliiir Tawm la Marion county the vote fur preddent wan tie McKinley and BrjRjj eseh raceivhig 2950 Hugh tha negro who murdered Lottie Holmes of Tliayar from the Union county iMt Friday How he made bin cape unknown Tho people of TVrkin Nfothought they had received worth of re ligion during the recant revival meet there no they presented Evan gelist with that Rav Thou K Hunter hai corn pleteil five yearn1 nervine an putur of the Presbyterian church Lut Sunduy morning he preached anniversary tenmii and reviewed the flve years ut the church The building known UN the dormi tory the building on tlio pus of the Iowa oollejfe nl AniM burned early liwt Saturday morning the originality in the engine room The low In esti mated at No one wan in jured No insurance Mr Neal of Crawfordaville la won in giiewiiig coutavt in augurated by the Detroit PreM iw The lumociatlaii oflerad to the person who mine neareit in KUMning the population of the United ami Mr Neal the exact number A St Louis dispatch tu the Chi cago Record A mother ami children tietl to u Jong rope went through tho Union Station to day aUcUelt lor the 8uth after Rt no end of attention The vrufi Afro Maria Hchwenok ot ton la who was bound for Wichita FrtlU Tex In order not to low any of her progeny she had at tached them to her by ft 20foot pieoe of rope Tho newspapers and preaeherB have a cfcYAeuIt cAuuk lew job in fixing up obituaries tor all gorU of people In their attempts to manufacture K spasm of sorrow for every person that dies it in lew than a miracle that llie fool kill er doseut tnkea bund and produce a sad bereavement in some other families But it pays the newspaper and the preacher to be pleasant as well M it does the merchant or iftrmer Art ititivatioii in the method of selling eggs in augmented by the de partment of agriculture according to which eggs instead of being sold by the dozen would be nold by the pound The difference in tlie hulk ofeggi laid by dilFurent liens is the principal reason aiwigned for adopt ing aucb a change The government experiment stations in different purls ot the country huve recently made from which it appears that there a very great variation in the weight of eggs We are inclined to believe with pur Advent brethren that the world it coming to an end In last wcekn Tribune aim oat the first article we wai where some one had lout an Epworth League badge at a dance in Glenwood and as ti never behind in any enterprise our M E Sunday school superintendent hald the lucky number thatdrew the prize at Scotts raokelt store drawing contest last Saturday Clarence iog a younK man it been a query in the minds of ihe people whether he ii going to raffle it off or what But we think it wotiH he a good to donate it In the missionary cause Towan The Burltugtou a state meat showing that it it operating daily BOO trains on the uyslam If all the freight trains operated in one jear ward hitotied togetUer the string would be 30000 loug If the paMeuger trains Usetl during tbe pant were coupled together they would cover a distance ot 5859 The report also shows that there are now in use on the ay atom 1000 loco motiyos 1200 paweuger trains and freight cars During the twelve mmitha an average of 20000 passengers have traveled on the Burl ington trains eyery day iu the year trains nerve 1200 towns and cities and enter eleven states The gross earnings of the nyntem for the past year were 150000000 COHNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 1900 NO 48 A looking MtMMitf poorlooU Inc of com Eureka Harness Oil toft beater buKnutkm U Iwtthcr men nnit nlwlilc pull It in conI illllnnio nM It wov r In STANDARD OIL CO Qlve Your Horse a Chance t FORTUNK FOR A STKKK at llm Uvn Klnik shiiw Vlo KmO Other hi Kancy ItlililhiL Beef at it pound nn tlm hoof At tbe liuenmtloiin live ntoek nhow Bays tbe Chlougo Uncord I in prlcu WHS paid unit all prlcu ruuorilH for an anlnml for slaughter wuru mnunliuil Stun ley i ricircuof Creston II WIIH iliiiHelliir noil President Fred Jooiph of tiiu Swariwcliim A SnbcbbrKir liu tniyur Shortly iiftur noon Advance tlm yanrold steur which broke lilt record wits led liitu the auction amplililioiitur ipronontHtivcB of tlm liif imuking wuru thu blddur mid Urn Jlgiit for the iinlmnl narrowed down to u con sist betwenn represented by JamuR Drown of Armour it Co mid Now STork represented by Mr Joseph Tho New Vork mini Hindu tlm opin Ing bid of ID ciuitfl n pound llu wus promptly uliutwd lo SI hy Mr JJrown Ililrty minutes lifter tlm bidding was started Auctioneer Charles Judy knock id tlio mil mill down to Mr Joseph nt list ton ilniiH iliu amount of liin open ing bid pound Tliu steer wilghuiJ liM pounds muli ng thu purchase price The erms of tho fwlo Unit tlm nnlmal was to lju killed for Cfinstimu beif Qiinen Bluer was sold tlio lilgJiist prlci on record For n cur lot of Jlftuen stcerw Slfi fiO a uuulruil wiilulu wns pnid to Ii II Kur rlek by A Webber u Kimami iry man IUU U the lilghest price In tin lilmory of the world for s nil loud of stumn tolly u4yuarold HnrcCim cow tliu iropercy of Uium Gruvup of Hunker Hill ml Was bmigiu by C A IHmo of Puorla III for S3150 cliu iitgli BC prluu ever paid Torn iluruford cow Benjamin Franklin who iu 1790 left each to tho eilien of and Philadelphia to be kept invested for a period of 100 years and the entire accumulation devoted at the end of a century to public objects How a dlffer auce there can be in financial mini ageroent is uliowii by ilio fact that the Boston fund now mnoimtg to and thit of Philadelphia to but little over Boston hat decided to spend tho money for a tire pub Mo Minify fr7 called tho Franklin Institute espec ially used for and IpclurcB In history and science anl or infltrnc lion in applied and inecliHuico Philadelphift will turn over its Franklin fund to the park vonimia Jion for an urt Favors lie Mull iliin iiituro will otiun la liul dlKulithniiil HI Iho iiuniiru of Ihu AH urllclua IIIHHI uud imrly Conirayniiy will U givnn llio flaliw No will lw ullunuilKilJ f nfrriniulitu to you r wouldlike to miy fow wonln In regiirii to the huge klok thnt is bolntf mad nt Jiirbon BguliiBt i fruu rum I mull ilu Ivory that houii recommended hurt There are varloua uniiBiis Sonm kluk beonuio It hurts imnio In ayinpntlir uid for exoralae The Hrgt objictlon IB Unit dully pn pera will not arrive until tlm iliiy nftur ihey aru printed Do thuy ihlnk n paper that bus to bo prlntud mulled and on tbu funt mull by tvo a m wonli jflvu any tiuwa of Urn ilny of UK dutef But un uvcnhiK udltlon of any if Llla Cliicngo papers which uontitiii ill she markets of tlmt day nm most of the Important ItKlsliitlvo JLH well art otliur would arrive In Corning at oclock find by tlm now delivery would be In Carbon bcfori 10 oclock mid us tlio uiornliiK piipirs do not tinre until biitwcun 4 uud 5 ouluuk In e evening I dont think Micro would bo much dlffurciica In the of newa But with the now delivery any onu wanting to know uhoni Mm of She day belnrn could do io uiirty in the liny wliun It might be of some ben etlt Ag to letters thnt come to Carbon ttie kick Is uliout iia well aupporteil By Ihulrtulk yon would tliink tlmt all letters for Carbon arrive In Corning br M S n m and 1 p m for n letter that geth to Corning MC miy time aftor 1 oclock nnd buforu S oclock In thu morning would bu In Carliun by the new route eeven hours sooner than at present and If sit any Mini it should bu neeuBBary In ordir to tins fiirlh In motion or iiverc a gruat liaanciul crnsh or something or like Importance for cttlzvns ol Cirbon to answer a let ter thu SUWB day It written I would euggcst n plan Unit bus been fol lowed by farmers all along this route for the ast thirty years namely to put a boy on u borne and lot liitu take It or send it with some neighbor pugging by Another objection Is thnt it only ben those living along tbe line luavlnfc sll others out or in other words seeing that yon cannot txtndlt every hody you shouldnt fry to benefit anybody or If u tiling Is not perfect before K mart ed it bu Bturiod Tills kick U as old as umn and will be taken at let value by anyone giving the matter IJouxo The Appetite of a Goat envied by all stomach and liver are out of order But such should know that Dr New Life Pills a splendid sound diges tion and a regular bodily habit that In DEATIf OF 1 KKfLOOG of Hwlft Cdiuimnjn Krdiifli in Cora lujr In tlin inevitable The death of Mr Kellogg occurred lust Saturday lit 8ir u m nt his liomu In Corning aged 40 years und 2 days ills dentil CAiiKcd from nervous pros tration buoti Jionrly cxtxtted fur u number of Uuys The ftmcrnl services weru buld last Snnduy nftcirnoon ut tho linnio of Sirs iiD Cccty a EUtor of Mrs Kuegs A large number of thu neighbors HUH were In ntcenduncri A brief mldress njadu by Urn pnsior of tha CongregHtlonul ehurcli from tlio Psalm words 15o still Rud know tliut I it m God Interment In Walnut Grove ceimitcry Sir KulJojfg wan born In 18fil In Mor rlsvlllo Mndlson tonnty N V While yeta uhlld his jwrmns rwwovcd from NiswYork to Lisbon Illinois 1hore he grew to manhood uc qtmlnted with uml mnrrlitd Miss Idu iiushniill A yunrs Inter liu rcmov with his fnmlly to Adams county lowu and locntud on u farm noiimaevuri miles south of Corning In thu vicinity Mnnle Grovu Somo eight or ten irs ago he quitted tint farm and moved Into Cornlnir for one reason among others tlmt children might have bolter fichool advunttiges liu cngnged for a time In tho llvury bnslnccs but during tht1 last fuw years of MR lifu lie devoted himself to Ills produce store llu was Ihu victim of u series of nils fortunes which swept uwny his poswa inn told liaiivlly upon n nniiimlly coiiHtltiitlon While ca the fnrm II ru thnt gnt beyond control de stroyed snvornl liundrod dolliirs worth if property His llrfit livery barn lo with uboiit u doxen horses was ilustroycil hy liro on TlmnkegivliiK uvon lug town SCVCTI years ago The barn rebuilt and liu biiMlncsn Iliu next March Threu yvura later lin WIIB culled iiwuy to nlteiid the funeral tf his fill hnr on his return he found lhat suuond barn hud heuu Imriied oC Uie UuwR loRt lla perfect bealib snd grot energy Only 26c at F K drug liad obscticliH tu inint mill In hiiBlness which were very illllloult anil trying TiiBt previous to Ills hist sleknusH 1m hud boon undeavor lo curry on his litiRiniBB nml hud overworked nervoiiB consUtiulou okc down entirely under the strain timl alter an llnenn of about three weeks liu pitHRitd iiwuy In n Htati of nn COIIBUloilHUUHH llu wiis u kind and loving husband mid father and his family wore miiuli devoted to him llu wag of u li1 liiiiiiblu and lind a rupntailon fnvHtrliit honusty In nil his business trmiFiictlnns llu leaves n wlfu iml threo clilhircn Ilia son Mllo Is wnrklngforSwift Company ofOmnlm his dauylitrr Bernlcn IH umployed by tlm Cornlnj Tuluphoiiu Co and thu youngest itlilld Uurdetto n boy of eleven yuiirn Is nttoiidlng school This family who havu been called upon so unexpectedly to puns through the trlnl ind sorrow of such a bereavement have tlm sympathy of tholr many friends IfiilflCummlns Ac Tho home of tlm brldod parents tieur Mt Etna DcRcmber 12 Marlon S Hale and Miss Multlii Cummins both if Mt Etna Tlio le tlm daughter of Mr Mrs Jntui8 Cummins and ilghly respccied by nil her uaqnnlnt UKoi Iliu groom In tho aon of Mr ind Mrs Halo of Mt Etna nnd a well to do citizen Tho fturemony was per formed by tho writer In thu presence of i largn ntimbur of friends and relatives mil titccr nil dolotf tlmir linnt to rnlinvn a luikaiil tublc of gooii tin gnehU were eitiortalnud with Itifitru mental ami vocal music A liirgciuim ber of presents wens given llm happy couple Uo who stilled WAVTH of Galllleo direct their burk of life through peaceful waters mull limy shall cry out drop the anchor we art nafu within liio vulc A Y Cuw ittOOkfi Tovifll Tucker wus In Omulia ovur W DuMson was ciilicr ttt the nub TiieHilny Marry Homo visited relatives nt Mel roau over Sundiiy Mrs Fred Htclnliovst of Corning spent ri fuw luyH among friends In Urooks thia loads of stock wore shipped from here Tuesday two by Lincoln ami two by Hedgur Meeting will continue over next week iti Mm A 0 church conducted by Ilcv 1 J Bchiiiuiibuig of Shtnnon City Beit Brown mid his ntccc Miss Bcrtlui llubbiird luft for the luUors home In county lowu on Monduy of this week Tos Arthur moved fnnilly Tues day to the old hotnu farm onehalf mile west of town wblch WHS vacated by Jako Arthurs recent removal to his farm purchased from Mrs Frank Black The Finest A box of tlioHo Inrlty bon bons at at WILSOSH is destruction of lung by a growing germ precisely as mouldy cheese is destruction of cheese by a growing germ If you kill the germ you stop the consumption You can or r vs when you begin Take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil take a little at first It acts as a food it is the easi c s t f o o d Seems not to be food makes you hungry eating is comfortable You trrow not too much enough is as much as you like and agrees with you Satisfy hunger with usual food whatever you like and agrees with you When you arc strong again have recovered your strength the germs are dead you have killed them If you havo not tried It send for free sample Its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Paarl St New York 5Oo and all druggists Shoppers will find in our Womens Shoe Department an array of fine shoes such as have never before been shown in Corning Marzlnffi and Kreppendorf known the world over as the finest wo mens shoes are exclusive with us the new leather patent Vici Kid the most pliable and glore fitting ever put in a shoe Tk Only Exclusive Shoe Store What ia more sensible for a present for a Lady than a nice pair of shoes We carry all styles in all lasts Always call and see ns when you are looking for the new styles for a Shoe Store is certainly the place to look for uptodate shoes THE NEW SHOE STORE A M NOW that you have looked over the various stocks of holiday goods displayed for your benefit you surely have decided that out assortment is of the beat our prices the fewest our preparations the most complete and our efforts to please the most marked in short that here is the place to buy and Jet us add Is the Accepted Time Buy put it object of your desire we have some one else will have t and wed like it to be we wish to see everyone satisfied We do dislike to hear Ohl why didnt I buy it buy it when I was here before We make holiday shopping easy for display an endless array of articles suitable for priced in plain figures and are at all times willing to help you in your selections by Word or deed I Dress ioods i n H not buy your wife that sewing machine now We have two full Hlaiidanl easy mn chincti beautiful XIUHH present and n joy CC AA forever ntipltlUV XlililH Box line MHCO full Cushioned him k IIOKO 3 pnir in I U 1 0 tZj jier box Any olhur hosiery in the line hy tho of f holiday discount of t Oil recommend the SI grudes IIH a very fine iSiing for the money Toilet CIIKCH slinvinj work Yon miiHt wo these to appreciate Ibfir nnrivnled IliciipriesB nnd bounty or mid necktio of for 25c 50c 75c 25 dillriHH iuHigiiB in art me everywhere nt 75c price lOxccllcul uKmirtiiicnl of Cellu loid No 0192550c lor VLHllllClllfi y Foil Slip re lilnck Mile rod nml brown 7Cp C f CI OC nt pir pr 3 I KOOJI her feel warm and Kid nil nil HlnidfH Our Tliu piecea of tho popu lar toilet IIDXUB jiiwel IHIXCH match and cigar rceepUuluB etc ut 25c 40c 50c Lownr Lluui tho lowest lndieH1 fiinuy all ho 10 25 50c BronciiuH rings linir orna nml lint jiiiiB a I IIIUICH uwuy holuw tho ox Special valuiB iu ntaid mirrorB 50c 25c Table Denims and TupoHlry nnd I lie newest pillow tops und 1riccH in all lincH In suit your pciclcethook pneketbookB at your own special viiliHN at 50c 25c O V CH elnimio uliuukH iadiiud if you do not know iliu Pretty Hiid Hervicctible Unilirnl Hiid leather CIIBCH at Figure with us on your Xmus candies Choice ere a inn worth per pound 35 Mene eilk ciiihroidcreil hiilidkerclilfifs nl llie sumo 1 olil price PISH YoHHjf Men Wanted Every young man In win not a member of M Smtiluy ethool cordially invited to join our aplantllt cltus In Blblihditlv n IIIRI Siliulny the Nuw TeBtament nml hflgiu it llrst read ing verse by verho and diseiiBBlng the at we go It U very interesting Inttriictlve If you wish to gtudy tlio book Byitoiuaticilly conic next Sunday morning and wo will nil start together Come I H FUIIKR Those Purity candies arc Uelicloui at 2t U B Church Notes The tubject for next SuniUy evening u at L praia next Si in study the leaaoii Fresh oysters Iliffh Schc Artliur McBano entt filHMlS Soleclioiia mnde Hoiidfty Table Litiene put up in 2 2J and 3 yard designs and rjimliliea to delight any woman Fine line ofliuen towels mid napkins values at 3 SI50 I 75c Very iicceptable for n holiday present II an d k e r chiof super r o r i t y H c kimwlcdt e d by nil tho most careful select e d us tlie city nnd nothiiig better for a present for all aortg ml conditin na of the iioweHt crcit tioim in Tuck a P u fl H UOWB Hnl Iho corrucL ut tlio One lot Kour nnd ends of Iho full close Iilp lit iiiit in O o 1 I o go B t r i i nil A jmirot fine white I I a n k c ta makes a very a c c e ptablo p r e a e n t Look at ours and BoysMufllors of nil silk sqnurea IUK ttie now Hurynrd roll Bpecivil holiday 50c 75c Childrens fur sots in the new aim hotli white aiut tho new V t V tr   

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