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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - September 12, 1895, Corning, Iowa 1 gPEOIAL FAIR EDITION CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY SEPT 121895 A Fine Track and A Strong Wind NO RECORDS BROKEN The and Were Hot Races AJmont Sherman the Game Stallion Lumps the Far orite of the Day Clarence X in the Trot in the Oood Time of Bonnie P Second The Bunning Was a Hummer From Start to Finish SEVEN PERFORMERS Clown First Heat and Goes Hoodoo Wins the Race PKRSOHSIH ATTZVOAVOX ling track Hoodoo arid Irish Billy came down the quarter stretch and un der the wire neck and neck and it in deed required the eye of an expert to tell which had the heat The judges agreed tho that Hoodoo had it and the race given accordingly Irish Billy 2nd Alex Me Arthur 3rd Time 51 f DAY FIRE WORKS The bombarding of the skies with the wondrous Japanese day fireworks was a decided success and was the most pleasing feature for the little folks Owing to the strong wind the balloon ascentibu did not take place but wilt surely transpire today Must Have Better Haccs While sitting in the amphitheatre yesterday afternoon watching the races Mrs Greenway who resides south of Iveyville gapped and in doing so threw her jaw out of place Drs Peregrine and Hillweg were near and put the jaw back in place Our Fair managers must have races so exciting there will no danger in future of spectators gapping themselves to death SVXCXDX AT OH1TRDAX Bffie Smith Took Poiaon and ALWAYS THE BlfiST ADAMS CO FAIR Grows Better Each Year The Largest Wf Entries m TODAY WILL BK THE BIO The first days racing of bur big fair yettwdajr by about 3600 was a sportloTing crowd which congregated to we the races The amphitheatre and the quarter stretch were crowded to their full ca pacity The horticultural exhibit the fancy work the fine Mock the old log cabin I glass blowers and the mummies were Fall discriminated axaJMt Kroo me big bihjr SK 0 WM had for the prime favor the gamey black stallion of CRowley Atlantic The other con testants were Alraont Sherman Oak Leaf and Uncle Dick The boys were willing to stake their Bheckels on Lumps and did place a few dollars on him But prime sometimes are not a bit too good to be beaten and so it was with Lumps The boys lost their lumps first heat after which proceeded to do and took the next thl Lumps 2nd Oak Leal 4th Time The track was in excellent condition but a strong head wind prevented Very fast time though ihe result was very favorable considering the disadvanta geous breeze Some quarters were made in as last time as 84 seconds CLASS In this race were four entries as fol lows Bonnie P Dynamite Vindex Wilkes and Clarence K Vindex Wilkes was the favorite of the crowd but was not swift enough for the bay stallion Clarence K which took the three last heats and race He is owned at Auburn Nebraska The following the score by heats Clarence K4iit Bonnie Pl233 Dynamite Vindex Wilkes2444 Time by heats HALF MILE BUN The race of the day were con cluded by the gallopers This was the most exciting event of all There were seven performers The horses tnd riders wero all game and each was determinedto win There was more than tho usual amount of Jockeying done Starter Puller man aged however to get them fairly even and gave the word Clown held the pole all the way round which was con trary to tho slate as Hoodoo was ex pected to do that act himself Bnt he got second place Clown finished up rery lame however and by consent of the judges was allowed to be withdrawn from the W P and Minnie L were distanced and went to the stables In the second heat was given the closest contest ever weu on the Corn CHUKDAK Iowa Effic Smith took poison yesterday afternoon and died last night No cause known BXZi XAW SPIT Two Prominent of Hexi ico fa duel PASO Texas Sept tion hag been received here that Ochoa and Pesquera the two most prominent lawyers in Mexico will fight a duel Thursday the result of a dur a law suit Already on the Ground iu the History of the Association PROGRAM THURSDAY Original Notice county Iowa John W IrwSn John W Inrin admr Ctondce L Irwtn Harriot Newton and Harriet Newton ax trU 10 o clock class 3 Grade and Native horses suitable for draft dr neavy harness class 7 saddle horses class 8 walking horses oclock awarding of special premiums 10 oclock classes 28 29 30 31 32 33 31 Poultry and class 35 Sweepstakes Poultry 10 oclock classes 3637 38 39 machinery harness etc v AKTKlUfOON At one oclock class 9 CLASS CLASS 3 TEAK BUNS1NQ ONI MILS AND PURSE and all other Firemen and hi fact everybody in Soutliwest Iowa Smokes the CHAMPIONS the pndecigar of Comings Cigar Factory They are man ufactured by Dermody West VVHILE IN CORNING Ton are cordially invited to visit ANKENY OARMICHAELS New and Elegant Court Ada ma Co Octterm for the amount doe om the pronuirorr note 1 ren tor Kebeaea Irwln to the rst any of January 18KL due the flrmt div of January Ml Joe hundred dollars trie annually Said note now rearanat nonpayment of intereet Atoo foreclosure of a certain x forever tarred for ooita and at Specialties YANKEE QUARTETTE Popnlar Prices Eescrved Seats at once at Ankeny i Car i inichaels r Octobir entered aralnat you and rendered thereon y D H Attyfor Exportation of Gold NEW York N Y Sept liundred thousand dollars in gold was taken for export At a meeting of Nodaway Lodge No 206 1 O O F on September 10th a committee was appointed to draft resolutions of respect expressing the sorrow of our lodge at the death of our beloved brother and friend John Govig The following resolutions were re ported Be it Resolved That the Odd Fel lows Lodge has sustained an irrepar able loss in the death of our worthy brother John Govig an Odd Fellow in spirit and in truth as well as nameand one that was ever ready to do and per form his whole duty Resolved That we extend our heart felt sympaty to his bereaved mother his dutiful wife and all sorrowing rel atives and friends and realize the great loss to them in havingtaken from them a dutiful son a true husband brother and Christian Be it further Resolved That the sym pathy of his brethren herein assembled is fraternally tendered ta his relatives and friends and hope the future may be well with them as we believe it to be with our brother Beaolved That a copy of these res olutions be furnished to the bereaved family the local and be engross ed upon the records of our Lodge And that the lodge room be draped in mourning for a period of thirty days Ooxni3Qgf 1 C0 w This School offers to Students the BEST POSSIBLE ADVANTAGES at the LEASTPOSSIBLE COST 1st Students are prepared for the Freshman or if desired for the class in any of our Colleges Special NORMAL COUESE is provided for teachers The BUSINESS COURSE prepares for any businessposition The best advantages for music both VOCAL and INSTRCT PHYSICAL EXERCISE both in the Gymuasixim and Field Sports A large Boarding Hall has been erected and all expenses have been greatly reduced Send for Catalogue T D Ewmo D D Principal 2nd 3rd 4th 5th There Was a Man There was a man in one town And he waswonderous wise Learned intlie lore Of the ainsib store As lovers are learned iu sighs And he kneyy each fine piano he did For hed tested them every one But one stood alone In its beautiful And that was the Emerson Ths elegant eloquent Emerson The equable effluent The exquisite Emerson h to make the rtj Lixrj cto6 South of Turners THEY SELLrHEM HaB Never Been How to flake a Big DAYS WAGES EASY DOLLAR SAVED IS AjDOLLAR AS THE QL PROVERB HAS IT IF A MADE TNEN HERE I S T H E AY TO MAKE SEV ERAL DOLLARS EASY Jno Brown M Bixler Attest rown ixler Hall Com GO TO E ASCHOLZS BIG STORE NORTH OP 1ST NATIONAL BANK and lot him figure with you on the goods you must of nec wiSii nPU HC li11 orderuto suPPy yonr eontiDual needs It w 11 pay you dollars to buy of nim New goods bought on a low market fill ins store and they will be sold iVht covdial invitation ifs ei v v headquarters and resting place while in town Attend our special SHOE sale knocked out of prices for one come EA SCHOLZ 1st door north of 1st Nat Bank THE MAKERS WRITTEN US WE SOLD MO RE ROUND OAKS LAST YEAR THAN ANY RETAILER INTHE UN I TED STATES Favorite and Gem Cook Stoves Stand the same test In four years sales we have never had a call for repairs for a Favorite or Gem stove while we constant ly sell repairs for other makes The Fav orite and Gem stand the test of time Sec them at AL HARRIS of Iowa Bred Stock Cattle AT FAIR GROUNDS CORNING IOWA Saturday Sept 141835 SALE TO COMMENCE AT i OCLOCK SHARP 40 wel1 bred twoyearold steers 30 well months time will be given purchaser gWngVanicablo c CRESTON IOWA
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