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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - December 27, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                mm VOL XVIII CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 27 1000 NO 50 mm Local Character Culled irom Our tn Survoundlnir P Schmidt and Lee Carter were arrested iaat week in Coryuon ou charge of setting lire la the form bakery Homes belonging to the European foreign armies in China are dying off by hundreds but the Missouri mute the Kansas City Times re ported to eat every time he goU a chance and to show no bigns of knocking under The new Baptist church of Bed ford dedicated last Sunttay week The building cost On the day of the dedication 81300 re mained unpaid The congregation rSsssdtli5752G fsors than uaeessary to pay the debt After December dial there will be njanyMosesea in when the light went out The city council 1ms refused to pity the company after that date Tallow candle vendors ought to do a land office business ju our neighboring city after January 1 After January 1st the HumeBton fc Shenandonh railroad is to merged into the Keokuk it Western This will Abandon the general oflicers ami offices now located at Clurimlti and will be quito a serious o the town The rimil waa built from Shennndoah lo Van Wort in 18801 i The Greenliold Cooperative cream ery ban drawn checks for tho minuttl interest on stuck liold by thoso not furnighing milk They jmy eight per cent aa they agreed In nil probability they will hereafter pay the interest BomiaununUy TluwQ stockholders who liavo not nlrcmly received their check citii liuvo tho lame by calling at tlio First National bank Greenland Democrat Hana Hoiotnin a Btmlont of the public schools nt Oiuiwa wns recent ly arrested on the charge of Sieiiic Ing n public bniklini under suction 4802 of the omlu if Iowa Mo plead guilty and us fined SKO or thirty days in tbo o nutty jail It in mi in iquitoua and vulgar oritotico Hiiifititr the boys who fir llie want of bettor Dense think U Kimirt lo booliHcano Students in ilia public Miilionlx mid in the college Imro have boon uuilty of ssniilar prautiaa and 0110 will only to be Wight lit such work to lu made an exumpln of in Storm Lake tor m Lake Vidette N Mqrrilof the A tin ins Exprew seemu not to have profited by liia experience with tin grand jury and couuly attorney some months ago when lie had to pay fine for soiling liquor illegally through the office here for he has besa continuing the aaloon prucllce then and the grand jury thfa week indicted him for keeping a liquor miiBiiuce The warrant wac served today Ths Eiprosi Corn pany was alio indicted and will be called to appear for trial at the next term of court It is the eirneet hope that this nefarious liquor den may be closed permanently this time so that honest bootlegirers may have a chance to make a living and get caught Olarinda Herald Qiney Gormer of Murray who was so severely burned November 1 died laut week The agony and pain of the unfortunate man cannot be realized aa he was almost burned to a crisp He waa trying to tie a cofr in his barn after night He had a lantern with him atid was knocked down by the animal The lantern was smashed and the oil set fire to some straw which burned the helpless man who was stunned and could not get up but fortunately his appeals brought aid He leaves a wife and three children who are stricken with grief over the loss of a kind huaband And loving father The bereaved ones have the symjiiitliy of UK intire community in tlioir hour of sorrow Waiter Davis is now under Hrrest charged with attempting tn cash u forged check HI tho First bank The note was signed by A U Peterson ami drawn in fnvor o Chas Jones being lor tho Bum ol of 82500 The uigimiiiro WHS re garded with BiiBpiciou ut tho bank and upon conferring with Mr Peter son its forgery was confinnutl with She result ihitl Dayis WHS imutudiatu ly arrested Ho wna arranged bo fore Justice Gotildiu where lie Htntoi that he Hold liorno to a party named Gbss Jones amihad reeeived the nnttnn part payment for tlio smoic Davis was uimbla to loctito the man he Rohl tbe horRO to ami iuaicP fixed IIIH preliminary bearing for oclock this American 22 Tlm icing skirt uucd by thu fashion able lady of today for uinei wciir in a nuisance Buys an Tboru aru fow cess pools that can ex cull tJm common sidewalk IIB a diauauu breed er The consumptive the victim 01 any bacterial disease leaves bin Hpu lutn on tho sidewalk Ordinarily it would be WHshod into tbo giitlur ami away into tho sower but almig oninua tlio long skirt mopping tlm hiiiuUalk niiil if thu gurmH ii iliuvitNi arc mil raised in the diint nnd einritil onto the parson ntthe wiaiur it may bo carried into the folds of thu dress DinuHHG follows Tbeiu in no HUIIHP in long skirlH worn on tho Hlrccl thin llm nliorl nkirl handier anil bollor It H tienl nnd in every way preferable to tho long nlreet uwooper An lulvorLiimig social was u now Hiul novel Juaturi by Mra Hoiianot Ucniuno nml enabled two JiiMiiJrid o her hon piialiiy Tburo iveru many diver tin the Mdr lint ihu icniiiro oi thu ovuiiing WUH n gumo wliuiuin WHB allowed guanoing ollirniH by portions cif advortiseiiiutiiH clipped from the pupUTi Tlio nini wlm dous not bctiivc in unviously wliilu tlm g lliti firms rend llio mivciiiinMiici prese is jircvcil by miitiy of tlioHo prurLii full Irom inoniory twi Inulttd on picked out ople ocul Tim I pe iiH in iliu l luci llmt very svoru lo nly out ol 1hc Iwontyfivii lirmd rupreKiiiied uilvQrtiaGnuiilH whicli lm but ouco in ibo Oinnmu J qisiikly Inctitstl It wus livo to Deiiimin biiHinrxH mun llvil ihoir advartisGmonls rend inn re membered and they were not a litttn plessed witli R H iinuiuincotiuiit thnt the prizes could hn found in thp fifPered by Ihn vinimiH represented James Snydur who lives livo miles oust of here wus relieved of 8 125 Wednesday night itt Kcllerlon Hny dor SVHH in town on ihu aliovn day nnd accurcii 120 of one of llm inuiku and left on the tniiii for He got ill company with Ferry Hamin JuOi Porry II a von port Jfi Lewis and Frnnk Roncb and to gether they went lo the brink yard east of town to Imvo a game The four fellows knew Snydur liked drinks and they had a supply on Tf seisms MrSnydor f got Inn fill Hud when ho oiime tobim aelf he discovered ho had been tapped Tbe boys wore arrested and Lewis Davenport Halo and Roach turned states evidence Coun ty Attorney F F Fuller down Friday and the trial WUB hold Tues day heliind closed doors boforc Jus ticp Dug Hinging Onn of tho bovs claims he was given 820 by Tin mm and wan told to keep still but IIP eave Snyder the monev and rclnfnr the particulars HammwHBRr on a chance nf highway Mt Ayr Journal MellowrlcU notTBO IB nUvnys uniform In quality strength nnd lluvor For sale by A 18 Hull cxotnalvi1 iijjcnt HACK TAX CASKS nf tils Dsr Mfiincs iifiiieli a tho Ailiiinx County CIIHPH The uecioiuii handed down by Judge Prouty of tho Polk County jonch in the Day estate CHfie very lengthy but in substance it decides 3sf Tliat tin nmlilorV isfliSsmoniB miler Section 1885 of coilo nro uncon 2d Ill ft t tua new law Chapter 47 if Qii la conBtltutioniil becaiisu pro viding notice and 3J Thaitrunsiirur uouh ussfiBg back live yoarH iivon back of the date of tin law because thu law U only a remedy for an uxltitlng right which tlm county nas to the taxes and bccuiuu thlg sec tion 1371 tins treatmrur to Drlng Biiit thurcfor tltus giving lundant a vhulico to tlunv why na icSBment If not junt Jtb That tlif nuw law not re peal the old but was only madu lo euro lofecu In tlio cau i IK tin trtdsurer buck of nuw law ntli That glvliiK In monay and oriuUts iU whtiii tlioy wirn worlli not an asHcssmunt at nllno tmru thnn Ixilng UBHCHSCI on 100 elircj whun one lins fiCHJ In bilnj IIRKLSMVII on all Tliis all moivua thiit if a icrson holds from adoetHiiietit or is iverlookcd and not HBBCHKCII aa lie should lo tho county treasurer can demand the amount be should have mid any time within live years from when it should liavo been IIB and if bo dont pay it suo for and collect what is bound Wivo due County Atlornoy Stanley suys It is nnothot1 of ilutlgu IVilforiln decision la ihu nHtftti CUBO and IB peon I la fly in tlm llftli purl of the dciilKlon lo the n tnaliuler of thu canen now pvmllitg licro I havi been much intcrtstnd In the outcome of IhlH VIIHC having furnished u lirlof tliifOifi anil noting Dial llny woro using Ihu ginin as wo followtd IIITR It IB tin1 stronguat d olitlnu yet ami from tlm highest bench until Dm Supremo Court duchies IB cDiiaiderud vvotth nt ICHHI cr aero more than tbo QUO Mr IIoMkin HOII irflt out tho doed to Mr Cook had his property in the of au agent nt the time and bad ho dell through them nnd not iu a squeeze manner ho would today not bo confronted with a lnw suit und a atrong probability oi losing THE SUBSIDY IIU Tiio moil who vote for tho pending subsidy bill will not hear tho laHt of it for ninny yesrs Repreaesitsitiyeaj especially thoBo from tho middlo west who have been reelected and who wish to remain in political lifcRHbould bo cautioitH about cmnniiUing thum aelvcs to a mcauuro which their coimti LuouU do not favor It dimcult lo xeo how llio middle west ia to bo bon clitcd by thiH Icgialntion which eastern shipbuilders und tho owners of ocean groyhouiidH are clamoring or Thu of the poopio are unable to see how this proposed subsidy leg iHliiiinn is to benefit thornwile Ihoy do oca liow it will benefit a small but Iavorcil cbiBH Tho common people see that tho intention ia to tax them to aid men who already have largo moans Tho people will not submit patiently to such iibuso of legis lative power Thus BuUnuly bill should uol bu Ihnrfit Jo the front at tbio scHhion It nhould ho left lo tho coinulertitiois ol IIKKDK1 TICK WUONU QUARTKH Uu Mitiln it Mistake A suit in H very cnnipliuHtcd mid CHKO luiH been Hied in llie circuit court to come up tor hear ill j heforu Judge Towiier at the reyu Ur January term doubt if there U another guuh on record in court in the Union It in volves the sale quarter section of laud in Preacott township sold to Frmik HoakhiBot by R E Cook of Galiou Ohio The utnry goes nliout as folloxvs Cook is the owner of the aoulbwuet quarter of section and tha north west quarter of sectinu lownnliip 73 range 38 a public highway divid ing the two quartora Knry iu tho Hogkinsoii wrote Conk about the purchase of the southwest quarter of section agreeing to pay him therefor 25 per acre Cook ac cepted the offer and Hoakinaon sent A deer tn he acknowledged and re turned to Okey Vermins bank to be delivered when the purchase price was paid Cook pent the deed back and refused to aign ii saying it waa on the wrong pioca of land he de sired to couvey claiming it WHB tbo north quarter he wanted io sell Hoakingon then had u deed made out conveying the northwest quarter of section which Mr Cook executed and returned as directed and the purchase price 84000 waa paid him in cash Soon after Mr Cook through cor rcBpounence wYCn YIB ngenlain Corn ing difcovcred that he had deeded tho beat quarter and claiming tiiat it was a miatake that he intended deeding the quarter adjoining Hosk intona farm The Rgenfe at the re quest of Mr Cook went lo Mr Hoak Ilia uyx1 juiil of now men JIIHI from llio people nnd who may ireful to before their constituent ut lie elcclioiiH of 1902 with a better record ihnn they will make by voting for u meiiBuro which coiStontplatcH xiii many who have little money fur Ihu benefit of n few who liiivu iniich Chtcugo Tribune Rep 1AlKR 15V MiSSCLARK Kiiul Ihforu SiiHstoii of K s Workers nt Kn i I Miilhiif iI toriilnir lii lio piiRt tliriii yiiirs over omlmll iiiilllon uiiiiiibiTH IIIIVQ bvcn iiililiul to IrcMivUirliin Nilibiuli fchoolB by tliu nIVcirtH of ninny UioiiPiiml cuniiBt uiiil ilcviitcil Suiuliiv nuUool ivorktrB wlio Imvo nnltoil In ilie 20fh Confury JIovi nuiiit which bngun In tlio autumn o ISD7 iiinl For Its umln object tlip lriHlng In of ul IUIIBC u hulf million iiiiiljiTR UB an to tlm Lord Ulirlflt at the dawn of llio new century TUBS timn 20 por cent of tho Sunday Hchools enrolled in our homu Trosby turleB liavo reported tiny new scholars lint tills In Biiraly n good record for the email per cent that IWR taken part am wo hope that every Rolmol in our lam may hu aruuoiid by what thoeo bavi done and thu opening yoiir of thu ountury may wltnusB eucli an ingathfr luj of young pcoplu In our Sundaj echools us wo hiivi never known biforo Wu look buck over tho pastycari work ivtth mttvli jFntlileatloii for tlu immbarK that havo buuii uddod aiu much good work that him been done but us tlio draws to a cloae we riiiillzd tlint the time IB ul liiuul to mnkc plans for the new yenr Tbo punt wltl Its BiiccuHHiS uml ftiUurue its o power ami periods of weakness iBtlone It Is boyoad our power to correct iiny mistukes wo miiy liavo made nnd doubt If a Spirit led clirlfitlan will stoi long to deplore theso for linving wroiiKlit iiuuordlng to the grace given him lie din leave results wltli GoU knowing that what lio linn begun unti cannot complete Oou will tiniiiii fat him for neither la hu llmt plttntcth any tiling nor be that waterctli but Qo that glvetU the Increase We know tlint every word we havu spoken for His auke and every act of Borvico liave rendered In Ills numc will lcar Ita frui or 1ms already and 60 nt tills time we are glad to unawcithat our work ia no nor an VHB irrcRUtiililiund ilidiiHiindH worn uldml to tiio uluirob tn ii dnv Thu j mittsspirit1 must In tlm Sunday Bohool toilny A lad In Jlilcugo walked our inilfiR to Sunday school past ibnio otliur nuhoolH heiiiimi out ihoru Riiid ihcy sorlo lovw u fullow ihu flpirH ml Smidiiy Bcnoot IOVIR RO and tUn boys girls a io dlscorn tho ItJVcrence rcrhupn qnlcUisnliiB should wlili tin tiiilutrs who very often luck the soul oxpnrluiuso should luivq Jliu oillill lllllflt Ill iriCciidcd by Ihu Irunr publln llfn for Qoi must bo pri ciidid liy with Ood iinliHfl God lias Itrsc apolcon to u mun It IB viiln for a man to attumpt to spunk for God Mint Hiibtiiilti seluuil tcnchur should hn called of Ood How Many teachers lightly and earoloHHly up tlio work of thu Siindny nchnol or IlHlnily Inadcrjiialo to tint niportiinci of tint Somu Uio iditniont soino tlm of Oini aru fond of children BOIIII iro iiflliiiinml to do nothing and tills ensliht Riito acrvlco to slip through Miiy this convention ho nn occasion of fit If uxainliintioii ihd If tlioro liu Sunday fuhool workers among IIB not Biitlfiilnd with tholr tnotlvc lot UB not Imptilfilvely up but having prayed und thought over tiio mutter till we rcnllKO tbo trnu nature bikini with rinowcd conRicrutioii to our work But thu opinion Rrowlnjj among worknrn that our Creates wouknofut not spiritual hut udiicatlomil Then uro loo many untrained tciichcrf too nnliy AiipurlittcndnitB nnd paBtors bold thu false Uliu that n Simdiiy school tcadiiir learns to lunch by teaching liku dug IwtriiH to swim liy swimming But and to Buy touching docs not como tn uiosf of IIH BO mitunilly IH Rwitiu tr tliedCa Sbjo work can nuvur liu t has BO lonn Burvlved tins hoBt of unprepared tcnohcrs nl rciuly Into it Wu cuiitiot toll how much but is very tenohiT Rliotilii iiavi apthcRR to tcacli eoniu common Boniu ROIIIU loving mid pympatby for BOUP though these iiru but wosik inatntmnn tiultlos If not cultivated lor actual UHI How Ciirnfully trnlniil Is tl tiviuhu of aeiiuliir IK studios rhlld nalurx In ill IIH hcvintifiil mid Intorupt iiKpcrtR ho pruetlciB thu bost uietliods hit IIIOWK to frula the HtMi mind to reason for Ufulf Uu lahors tc uucoinpllgh a systematical development of all UB mental faculties This best clforts o his is cpiiit In mastering tlirt HCltiiiic of education in thu art of Normal Rchooli and enmincr Institutions nru organised llioiisniids ot bnoliH aru pnbliRliud ant lulllloiiH ofdolhird an Hpunt lo faollltato the childs niiiiitnl cttlturi And wlin aru wu doing for hla BoulV llvo dnyp In thu wool Ihu boys and girls Hpciu six honrnn day In thu school room of tills amount of time IB Rpunt week In tlio tjundny Bobool Munj cliildrun arc dcpimduiit iipon ilin day ecliool for all tho rollgloua which tliny receive Thuu how 7onloin and Bkillud ahoittd ho thu man o woman who would toiidt the Immorta soul of a child soft UB wax to racolvi ImprcsBlons and yet retaining them in the charautura la a Htnnl dyo Tlio long fnlt need of trained Sabbat school tniichurd bae bucn mut In som schools In a very practical way tiy tb organization ot tho Normal department I do not know how much thlA phin bulng followed but I do believe I ivould prove n inuiins we may If wo adopt It prepare ourselves to bo workmen whioh need not to he aelinniil dividing the word of God Tills department la an latcfirnl par of the Sunday school Itnulfaiid provide a blghiT course of study eapcchvlly fo teachers It is prosiddd over by BOMI person acmialntcil with pctugogy whi Is provided by tho Sunday echool wit all nccpBRary books and aids Healdc the lessons of Intoriiutional system a Byetcaiitlc course of Bible study i pursued The construction and histor of the book something of the geography manners nnd customs and doctrines o the Bible arc mastered and then tb best methods of teaching thuBO tblng arc curefullv considered This depart vy We have a few small lots of new fancy goods left from the Xmas trade which would make very desirable New Years Gifts WE OFFER THEM AT THE FOLLOWING EXTREMELY LOW PRICES Onehalf bluck and wlilto Sill Mulilen Worn 1 00 now OiiHliulf Silk lUfulkurchlurn Wnrn now One aSTollet Now Ones 8200 Tollut Caw Now One Si Toilet CUBO Now One Album Now OUR Album Now One SI00 Cnflll1 Has Now Onnlijiif lox Opa Toilet pieces now Ivvo BOc tlnndkcrcliluf HOXCB Now Photo ISoxoB Now A few pieces of 0o Celluloid Novelties No w A few pieces or i5o and lOc Jcllnlold Novoltlcfi Now Wu also offer you a Good Bflrgain in Bibles Onehalf Nelson Teachers Uibloj llnxlblo haul indexed eoniiilete concordance rcfurunonB and maps oach Onehalf dov siimc doRcrlptlon not Indexed Kach 75 30 50 25 00 25 00 75 35 35 50 25 10 125 I 00 A 1 1 I A i a A A I I 9 W I V V V g 8 V Fishers EVERY STEP the greatest wear is over and tmderthe ball of the foot A specially tanned leather in the tippirs the Lewis Reinforcer in the sole successfully resist this strain in S300 SHOE for MEN The most durablet stylish and comfortable shoe that thie highest skill and best material AM not Uwm Mod for ottcM siituul to your and aaked him to deed back the quarter conveyed that Mr Cook would deed the other quarter claim ing it WM the one he intended Belling Hoakinson refuneu SSol a a result a tender wam made him of the purchase price interest and ex which he refused to accept and Cook LM brought suit to compel Hoskineon to reconvey the land Mr claims that he boDght land Mr Cook desired to conrej according to the and that ha not consider that fee it under any morai or lawful obligation to comply with the demand Hoekinson ooe of our tuost highly a dlBcfllt matUr to aside a and it is very qatatiooable if Mr H will liot bold the bad wkidi Mr and It U Jtiriat wiis vury explicit In Ills teach ings about rewiiroX ind imraeiHatn rc wurda too our work laono of Blmuitan cons sowing reaping All spiritual hurvosts nro not gathered in October and while much tliit we do in this world Is unappreciated tlie alightest scrvlco wo undertake for God he knows and appreciates and rewards und my message to the converted is one of hope and oliccr In the of Paul For getting those things wbicii are behind and reaching forth unto those things wiilcki are beforo Iireis towarf mark Tor the prize of the high calling of GoU In Lord JCBUB for I can do all things through Christ which is me And leaving the mistakes as well as the successes of the past year we must consider the future need or our Sabbath While we laboring far larger tncBsberslilp ind I Jwtter in our ichoola and this it aaraly right when we consider the pitiable IkiaBeaa of our ranks compared to the nwnt ol secular oar greateat need Is not power iwed flntofal a spiritual qulckeDing and will come 8ilrltnal power Klwayi powari Petor teptiaM wltt Holy dfftttt thoso moinbcri of Sunday school who wish ft more thorough course of Bible study than the International pyatniu aftordB wblcb conalderlng the eliort time wo have nnd the Irregular attend ance Is appropriate and euflluient for this need but a thorough knowledge of Bible cnniiMt bo obtained from them alone Graduating members is they make sufficient progress from class to class and finally Into tlia Normal de partment would increase tlio Interest as they would work for this end I llevo this department could bo made n strong auxiliary of the church and hope that such a one will soon be organized in the Presbyterian Sunday school at Hamburg I have considered exclusively the naedrof our Sunday school though much that would make par hearts glaU could be Mid of work that baa been done anil new anr or has tn regions when the Bible taught before our aid and prayera but I at wr borne are will ba ttrmly bullded Into the florloM itraetara of Oodt eburoii Uklng UMlr part In of Ood and Obriit BWA X OUJPI Shoes and Rubbers Wn iiro sold out of tlio TTolitlay Goods ss Our stock ia so reduced there is notliing left wortli talking almuf BO for the next sixty days we will devoto our time and oiiorgy to soiling Shoes and Rubbers and other seasonable goods Our stock in these depart ments aro very complete and they must lie sold We will make prices so low that you will not hesitate From January 1st until further notice our store will be closed promptly at p mWe would thank our friends and patrons to come early in the day to trade at CARTWIRGHTS A ways go Together Gillet Bros and Low Prices We are leaders in everything in our line When we say leaders we mean in the line of good goods ftnd low prices We always give our customers the best Jfee inarket af fords and at a lower price than is usually asked for an inferior grade of goods Our line of goods consists of Dry Goods Gro ceries Boots Shoes Underwear etc in LOW mcs laak haa niofM y to loan on Improved tanu at per annnaJ Witt optloealparmanta 11tf A   

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