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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - June 20, 1895, Corning, Iowa VOIi NO 25 tower lj Some V pia thonijstytwayB When the cows comb homfe I LV v JIMfll irii i lire But they used tlieso words iii a different Their eaiftli was the principle water that of HquidityVrthelrair thtftiof volatility or gaseity might stand for energy not a sulistanfee Hit a fordo JV The alchemists had salt and iaflBmhiafiiiity tut a suppbspfrpHnwpleroKBiefaiity j their salt Tr of tl feighteenthcentury Weiuent which they iy whichtheyio Pi 0 si wJi i D irv 1 I hi x 1 Jid calm balm Wlien the cows come horae WHh a tinkleitaiikletinkle Throutrh ferns ana Teriwiuklo The corns amecmiiiighoihe WUere the aim glaiiccnndileam Starineyteaohuloom ahdPliebo Phyllis Stand ktieodeap in the erenmj lilies Iii s drowsy dream Talink banks with buttercupa a twinkle Tfie cows como slowly hpirie And up through Memorys deep ravine Como tho brooks old sobk and its oldtime Bheon And tho crescent of the silver Queen When coivs come Boino jpy wniciLtney f 11 chemical the term phlpgistpiaV i The in themIK sticaj V Theyare which never d can add to Xliem butwe can nothing away from them however be rashly inferred elements are incapable of decomposition All that we are titled to say is simply thatjiithorto D have not been able to themj Tomqrrbw finda method by which they re solved into spmethiug simpler Indeed a variety or considerations us to suppose that such will ultiiiatel tie the case ToMind out thesesabsphrte elements should grand goal of i modern chemistryWilliani Crookes All Wool Skirting worth F RS inNew iSeience P39 cehta the if or 75 cents i Big Line of Serges that we formerly sold for 90 cents for48 to 60 i An All Wool HenriettawbflhiBO to 70 cents for 39 cents U in all Wool Henrietta that sold 1 for 45 and 50 33 cents Line of Cotton Novelties 28 in to in to close out at 0 cents Skirting worth 60 cents to 39 cents T e klaaglb kfinsle i loooo aria mopop and jiugle are coiriintjhoinei over thorp on MerlitLlilll Hear tlj o plain tlvo cry of th p wJi ippoprwil1 Thpdewdrapalieph tliotauslefJ via Aid over Venus shines Aud over the silent mill 3 koliinyr kplaiigielinsle With a tirijr tiling nnd Jinglo The cows como slowly home Let down the bars let in thcjti4in Or longjrono Bongs and liowers nnd rain old times cpme bncfc rtsaiu Wiion the cows come lipmo IeoipleWho Dp Not Bathe Wasiiiugtou Post The number of per sons who never take a bath is not so small as most popple imagine uor is it confined co the low and degraded physician in Wash ingtondeclares that he has not taken a iath in many years to bo Vgreat devotee of the cold Turkish Russian an every other va nety He continued the practice of bathing uutil ho discovered or imagiii ed he discoored that his overcon scieutious cluauliness was the cause of bad health Hr stopped bathing and recuperated immediately This gentle man says absolute cleanliness of the skin can be by a frequent change of linen justas well as by water If the skin is daily tubbed with a rough towel as to keep the pores open anil the blood in active circulation Hi thinks lassitude and general prostra tion are largely caused by too much bathing Some uoisons aro so consti tuted that they are not much affected by water and feelreiuvigorated after a bath while to others it isthe cause of excessive weakness and leads to bad health So it appears that Svengalis contempt for Taffy for takinga bath three times a week has some hygienic justilication Pie Wittput A New York boy Sent into the country by ihc freshair fund last summer was confronted aftsia lusty dinner by a generous piece of apple pie As he showed no disposition to partake of it liis iemporary host saidj kindly Whydoyou not eatyour ple Where is the cheese asked the gam in insolently jWe haVeht any cheese was the reply epr claimedthejittle tough apple pie am npicheese The farmer afterward said I thought he ought to be taught a little good heu was in the cpiimfy so Itook him and a out behind the barn and he got more freshair fun in ten minutes than he had ever in his lifei guess Then he wentback and ate that pie without cheese Francisco Argonaut Cornj SalmbH i Pumpkin i of kid gloves a little soiled anS a few that we sold iron tl to B ffirifQ nt ijijio iV Mitts elegant Japaa Teaworth jhts foH 2 i 6cents ISceiits C 15 cenfsl Rackla bunch rochet cotton per ball Darning cotton per ball OrientaliGrchet Corse fs few gnia sizes OO to out eJ to close out at AU ever offered M and at 50c 25c Simpson College Commoncement INDIANOLA June The oratorical contest for tho Barker prize gold medal took place Monday night Tho contestants were Miss Lulu iieolhoau Charles B Guest and Miss Stella M Wilson Tha medal was awarded to Miss Stelln if Wilson The contest by members of tha junior class for tha Barlley prize took place Tuesday mornipg There were three ontestauts Misa Bertha Burns Charles B Guest and Miss Stella M Wilsou Tho prize was awarded by the judges o Mr Guest The winners of both these prizes are Adams county young people Miss Wil Tije very newest things of this sea sons creations shown on pur counters Just in new Percales worth 16 to 18 cents 40 in for 12 cents Cotton Crepons worth 15c for 12ic Fine line of imported Linen LIUVHS inchtOc Light colored cotton Shallics 3 and 4c yard 1 Guilbert Mfg Co Satteens worth 30 to 3oc for 23c Same worth 25forl8c Good quality of Satteens in plain colors short length worth 20 and 25cforl2i value plain black Satteens worth 20c for 13c Good quality worth 15o for lowprice lie An elegant line of striped and checked tfainsook and Dirnities worth 15 to 25c Good Coisotg summer Corsets gtf in thisile at 19 cents iCottonGloves a pair 10 and 15 cents tades Cotton Vesta to close at of them to A f ulP line g0ods in Gage Downs ChicaiofcCprset Co goods in high bust nndt perfect forms to go in this sale at 76cOur line of and corsets go inlhis sale at 2c All ouiimmense lino of Plain Hem med stiched Handkerchief linen and cotton to go at wholesale 4c apiece np to 10 15 and 30c Mens Handkerchiefs from 4c up to 25c it whole sale prices Every must be sold s 27 in cheek Nainsooks 50 An ele fant line of plaids cheeks and stripes orlOc Checks and plaids that usu ally sell for 10 to 12c for sou living inthis city ntfar Iveyville Mr Guest Iowa WeatherCrop Bulletiu CENTRAL STATION DBS MOINESIOWA Juno 18 1895 The general weather conditions du ring the past weok were favorable in tho larger part of the state The daily moan temperature has been slightlv above tho normal7 Tha reports for tho week ending thu lath shows a very unequal distribution of rainfall In tlie central belt south to north the meas urements range from 200 to 575 inches In a tiurabcr of tho cotiutius in the oast central and southeastdistrict the drouth has practically remained unbroken and all crops except corn have been considerably injured by Us continuance But in ninetenths of the state tho conditions have been about as good as could be desired iind all crops have mide rapid advancsmjat Corn is do ing notably well in all sections and has been thoroughly tilled except in lo caliMcs where cultivation was retarded by very heavy rainfall This crop has gained several points since Juno Jst and is now quiti promising Spring grain crops are heading in fine shape Tho harvest of winter grain will begin in some of the southern counties the coming week Corning Republican Caucus ThCro will bo a caucus of the re publican voters of Corning Precinct at the City Hall ou Saturday June 20th 1805 to elect seventeen delegates to flic County convention of July member of county central committee for Corning Precinct for the ensuing year The polls will be open from 4 oclock pm to 6 oclock p m A L WELLS CommUleeman Beautiful line of A P C Zephyrs worth 12ic for 8c Good lino of common Ginghams to close at 5c A fow pieces for Jc yd Fine line of Scotch Zephyrs worth 15 to 18c to close at lie A few pieces good style dress Ging hams to closeCic yard We we represent the largest1ine of any firm in a few prices that will to general prices offered i iV Good Needles sc Tpoth 5c Dressstayes Twins 7C Corset SteeJs 5c Three quires good Note paper per box 18c Good Envelopes bunch Linen Thread Dress shields Hair Curlers at Round Combs at Pins value 5e at lOcat Cc 4c 3c 5c Full line of boys heavy ribbed Hose 6 to 7i 15c Same 8 to 10 19c offered Best value ever Mens Neck wear to close out at Whole sale prices lOc up to 40o each Good stock of Black J Hose at whole sale prices Boys suits that sola for 750 Wens cotton go at oae Shirts Mens Good line of boys Wkiiti go chCab Overalls go at 44c worth 60 Mens shoes worthta OflKo Mens shoes go 100to 73 A few shoes to close out at 75 cents Mens Congreas plow wort 85 f Plow shoes worth 91 507 St givea all through 3 Z T WIDENER JASPER CENTRE CAUCUS The Republicans of Jasper Centre will meet in caucus on June 20 1895 at 4 p m for tho purpose of electing delegates to the county convention and a contra committeeman and to nomin ate the following township officersto ill vacancy One roadsupervisor for distucts No 1 and No 4 and transact such othei business as may come before the meeting W T STOKES Com Mrs school for the summei svjTl bpSn nett Mpgday morn ing Jnno 3th at Noi HI School build ing desiring to Attend had best sec Mis Katns at hei residence two the jai b select TuUioti fifty 50 cents per Champion on earth For sale a and Binders best by iH awt LITERABT HARPKKSWEEKLT for June 22d will conUin an illustrated article on Cbick amauga Park by Gen H V Boynton In the saiae number the streets of York as they were in 1894 and they are Col Waring them and turned the trucks out will be represented in a number of illustrations filling two HABPBKS BXZAK published JTune 15th is distinguished by the variety and beauty of sumnier and men will find ia an article ing information about tumes and indicating how ohe maybe perfectly comfortable 4wi shock not conventionality during tho heatod we mayf A story Lit and f B Matthews ntitled Li tliMis3 is vory blight an has an original situation i i i iattaw 6 ctfl at Z T Widon S250 Will be tho Sleeping Car rate from Chicago on the special trains of select ed Tourists Sleepers which the Great Rock Island Route has arranged to run to Denver in order to transport quick ly comfortahlyahd cheaply the groat bulk of teachers and tourists who de sire to take advantage of the low round trip rate of one fare plus to the National educational Association Meet ing at Denver in July 1895 As the Pullman Company has decided to run Tourist Cars east of Chidago the specials will all stare from Chicago leaving July 6th at 1100 a m after the arrival of morning trains from the east and running via Omaha arriving atjDcnver early the following evening g niaking the trip with but nigkt out In addition to the Tourist Sleeper specials a special train of firstclass Pullmans will bo run via Omaha leav ing Chicago on above named dkte all specials being personally conducted and in charge ot competent Rock Island Route representatives Many tourists will go from Denver to Colorado Springs and Mauitou and for your liomeward trip that the Rock ou should remember and has a line runninjr directly east irom Colorado Springs ip y k Isl No 11 No 73 Froi No 73 FroiitliV 1 except Sunday checlced throngh All trains to nm rans o Omaha and Chicago thus Voiding the necessity of returnipg to Ien ver Reservation diagrams are now ready and this early announcemmu is made in order to enable intending patrons to reserve berths in advance The rate for double berth from Chicago to Den ver m tourist sleeper will be 13 50 in firstclass Pullman 8600 ad from Omaha to Denver in tourist and SB50 in firstclass Pullman For full information regarding rates and arrangements for special trains address JOHN SKUASTUN G T and P A Chicago 111 w t FOURTH OF JDLy EXCURSIONS lW 05 j Excursion tickets to pSintsoh tfaV Burlington route in Illinois Iowa Mis souri east of the Missouri river iiiolnrt WitlHu hundred miles at one and oae third of Jh5 standard faro for therouncltni Tickets to be limited for going passage to date of for return until 1895 B 24 2t p HGRiQGs Agent THE CORNING Savings PORNJNQIOWA iAKCUOLZ i VIeiBPrwideni W HCLARE AMtCMhlr rejrulir bmlncM Ih til biche Intwetpld 01 WY1W depoll
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