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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - November 21, 1895, Corning, Iowa CORNINGAfiAMSCQlirNTYaOWATHUKSDAYs NOV211895 Attorney At Law Collections and all legal business Office over Bank of Corning VOL XXIII NO 47 D ALB B5OWN AttorneysatLaw Praefico in State digram fionris Pirst Nat ISrnk SORTING UoiccdStatc IQfft p H BRYANT M D JPhysiclan A Office MannSBlocfc Corning Iowa 7ti Street 1st door north of 0 Colo yrr o AttorneyAtLaw SpecM attenHoriSlvsD to collections Becoiiti loot north af putt olfit CORNING IOWA OScc Tj W KINDHSU ATTORNE rA COENING IOWA pccln attention given to collections over Manns Block Office luw1 j L i Sbnfjlii Doou Limo PBIIU Cement JEtc Etc Cladly ftirnfsbod Yards corner Beaton ATO Sixtb titreut Corning Iowa t HC B A KNIT ART r COINING IOWA of Philadelphia Dental Col Surgeon over Andrews Clohmg Storo CORNING IOWA attend promptly all calls day 01 rityor country Residence and Lomis avo IOWA DEPOT EWIN8 Manager Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors of Adams Coun ty Iowa at their Regular November 1896 Session Continued from lut week SECOND DAY Tuesday Nov 121896 Members all present Minutes of previous days teuton read and approved after which the fol lowing order of business was taken up Fee bill of H P Moore for third quar ter ordered filed By motion the following claims were allowed POOR FUND J W Hollingaworth supplies Mrs RoBS J 18 00 Tiios Adams commissioner poor farm 3 60 E A Smith taking care of cripple 4Sio6 DOMESTIC ANIMAL FDKD J H Ricbey sheep killed by dogs 24 00 H L Peterson same fl 00 E P Bettannier same 15 00 E B Morgan same 5 35 L M fatanley same 63 76 JohnE Kynettehog8 killed by 9 00 2 25 TIT Efl THE PRICES tat Sla of CLO THE ST JOE BANKRUPT STORE STILL GOES ON The people are 8urpri8ed at the Excellent Qualities and Astounding Prices we are makiiig Eyen our comi Khto astonished that such superior goods should be sacrificed and say thai prices are utterty demoralized Odell sheep killed by dogs W L Olark personal property er roneously assessed BRIDGE FUND Thos Adams commission work poll 16 37 7 60 4 00 00 2 00 12 00 5 00 6 00 12 70 2 00 6 00 5 00 10 00 11 28 3 00 10 00 10 00 6 00 Look along streete aud see the flags of distress and the confessions of charges everpwhere We are tile peoples friends md evidence isplentiful that others listen to imitate us inasmuch as men can who pay for suits that we own for SO cents on saving of 85 on a purchase on a purchase and on a Imy the our music and dollar means a 2 00 200 loo F B Potter at D B w Selby M D POTTER SELBY Physicians and Surgeons F E Pottor residence first house soiitli o SI Davis 11 W Selby residence 2JC bit westoC south side of square opposite Curcti F H SCRANTON DENTIST Office over 1st Natl Hank Cornlnjf Iii Ncntmtlirxis foV extracting teeth without nnl bridge work 11 specialty lor flrstclnES work No i iterest OIL Deposits of and Saine as Any Savings Bank g5oroono Transacts a General Dunking Business f W SHEPTINO ProalcJcnt OPFJCEUS J A I Wvris ViccPresiaent CIIAS T COIE Ciislilcr Heacltiilartera for Farm loans Doors Lime Pickets Oenien ireil by lio ranted Whe ehootin through Bowels stopped Vroomans after Manilla fioofinc Leads and Oija No changV the best yod Dose one time Sold FUND O P Essley election returning poll books and posting notices A B Shaw printing board pro ceedings and stationery J T Ireland returning books H J Taylor trustee work Joseph Beath getting and re turning election supplies Tim Sullivan trustee work and returning election supplies jeo Cruzen trustee work H Lynam same M T Campbell township clerk T L Walker same V L Wilinartb trustee work and getting election supplies A M Beymer same Chas Williamson returning poll books H F Odell trustee work V K Gibson same J A Goldtier same V K Curtis getting election supplies i H Thorson trustee work d Shim mm s same T Embree same 1300 J dlerk 1400 ames work and returning pellbojks T 7 00 H G trustee work and getting election supplies 8 00 oseph Beath getting and post ing election notices 400 J VV Iden express freight and postage J P Aloore postage V P Parkinson township clerk work w D Roberts Same V 00 S Cole trustee work e 00 D H Meyerhdff county attorney fees 2660 Campbell coroner case of Jos Bartlett 7 25 E W Grlgsby juror same 1 00 J B Stewart sameI i 00 S J Madison same i 00 James A Walker1 acting coroner ease ofIda Fudge 5 00 Jacob Burrus jurorsame 1 00 Pat Clinton same i 00 L Rogers same i 00 Dr J VV Coakley witness same 5 00 Dr H L Sweet same 5 00 Elmer Abbey same KdckfordHHoseTpair Childs Snits v Childs Kineepants Mens Wool Jeahe Pants Mens Half Wool Panfewdrth Hens fine worsted todvcasBiiiiere pants worth to MensDuck Lined Coats Hens Black Back Blanket Lined Coata HensWaterproof linedDuck Coat 2oc 69c Iptt Toe 85c 125 200 for jbusmess v v Mens SuitsExtrabnsinese ones wortht to4950 475 MensSuits Dress worth 10 to Suits fine dress worth 1250 to 675 Suits Ex fine dress worth 1650 to Prince Albert Suits worth 20 to to IB 50 Overcoats as low as Overalls 237 247 In aot we we sell you OLOTEENG AT 50 GENTS ON THE 1 The Instructions are SELL EM BEGAKDLESS OF im Half the seizing of the opportunity which cornea to merchant owns them 10 every man This 7 85 2 60 24 00 You get the Benefit The Leaders and Price Breakers We Cut Any Hans Price A few days only Corning la Bacon Hotel BANKRUPT STORE 80 4 501 4 60 4 50 460 4 50 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 400 4 26 25 25 25 25 Ernest Abbey same James Roberts judge of election Lincoln township H KQiyan same II G liehdripkson saine I T Embree clerk J Dreunan same Jas Lynam judge of election Douglas township J S Cole same 1 JQO Thorson same T Campbell clerk same S M Richoy same Jerry Taylor judge of election Nbclawny townsliip F Odell same 4 B W Shearburn same 4 m J C Murphy clerk same 435 if M Linn same 4 25 Wm Boawell judge of election township 5 00 Joseph Beuth same 5 oo VV Al Peterson same ff 00 J W Boilings worth clerk same 5 00 L D Roberts same 5 oo L VVIlmarth judge of election Quincy precinct 400 0 P Essley judge of election Grant township 3 75 L A Hamilton same 3 75 W K Curtis same 375 T Eckels clerk same a 75 W P Oliver same 3 75 W Hanna judge of election Qnlncy 4 oo T li Ankeny same 4 oo 1 Boling clerk same 4 oo r D Lincoln same 4 oo A M Beymer judge of election Corning precinct 400 IPO W Cruzen same 4 00 rV P Slilim same 400 W C Chubb clerk same 4 00 Newcomb siimo 400 Wm Coppock constable 4 00 M Shuinan peace officer 4 00 L judge of election Brooks precinct 3 75 T Ireland same 3 75 Jm TVIcCarty same 3 75 E Riohey clerk same 3 75 S Evans same 3 75 Q Little judge of election Jasper precinct V Moorc same W I Inrdosty same V H Slieurbnrn clerk oSf Perry W T Steele judge of election 4 oo 4 00 400 4 00 400 Carl township 45 W N Glbsbn 45 4 Bt Geo McMahon clerk same 4 5X S M KIrkpatrick 46 W L Goodwill judge of election PreBcott township 4 CTOkeyBame 42 J JN Aakenysame 4 A E Booth clerk same 4 2i Davis same 42 EfTJ Taylor judge of election Mercer township 4 0 Tim Sullivan same 40 A L Edwards same 4 Oi Geo Brown clerk same 4 o A G Mnrchy same 4 H Boylen constable same 4 Oi Curtis judge of election Colony township 4 50 Chas Williamsonsame 4 sr ET Reed same 450 L J Kralik clerk same 4 A T Joy8flme i 4 50 Geo A Kralik cohitable 2 50 Colony Independent School Dis trict house for election pur poses 200 J H Golden judge of election union township 4 50 J C Masteller same 4 5C Jno Kilgore Jr same 4 50 W T Parkinson clerk same 4 60 S H Manatry same 4 50 Moved to adjourn C S CKOUSK Chairman THIRD DAT Wednesday Nov 131895 Board met pursuant to adjournment Members all present Minutes of previous days session read and approved after which the following order of business was taken up By motion the following warrants were allowed on POOR FUND M Anador medical service to 2 E B Morgan mdse to Hunt fam ily and poor farm IF Marlatt mdse to Penland and Oldsf W B Caldwell to Burris and Pandor families C A McCarty mdge to Hubbard Tamily A L Goodale board and room rent Rogers family 4 L Goodwill overseer paupers Prescott townnhlp 2 00 W Harlow mdse to Palmer family 7 Q to poor farm 1330 o Q iAltue Kame 3 oo GH Currier mdse to Huibbard ramlly 9 DDBoham mdM topoortarni 35 00 0 98 55 85 24 75 7 15 00 A L Olive medical service to C Skinner 10 00 BL Jones mdse to Anthony Misner and Penland i 68 79 C W Harlow mdse to Palmer family 45 SO Fees mdse to Fast family 23 37 Sheridan Hill mdse to Meaner family 3 55 R E Glover medical service for quarter less to Olive 28 25 Geo Schooling taking Mrs Ross to poor farm 3 00 M May be house rent to Misner 1 S J P Bilderback lodging for uau L L French mdse to Hubbard mdse to poor farm ay motion the following warrant was ssued on DOlfESnc ANIMAl FUND J H Eldridge sheep 21 00 By motion the following warrants were allowed on BR1TX3B FUND U Cochran work on Lamboley 2 2 3 50 3 40 fill 32 50 T Cole bridge commissioner 1250 R Murphy bridge supplies 3 40 W H Marsh same 2S 40 By motion the following refunds were Ilpwed A Brady erroneous tax 1S94 S W B Crewdson refund s 23 lot 127 Corning 0 na By motion the following claims were llowed on COUNTY FUND H Elflridge criminal serving subpoenna boarding prisoners and siimiuoning Gl 1 Campbell township clerk Douglas township 4 oo C Murphy same Nodaway township g JJQ T Okey trustee work Preacott township g oo H Shearburn same Jasper township e 00 A M Driscoll smithing for court housei nrg Brown defendingGardner and ichard Reed scalp A Salisbury rubber stamps M Kirkpatriek township clerk Carl N Ankeny trustee Prescott township townsnip cierkVnmR VV Nowcomb trustee Lincoln township r L Goodwill same Prescott township A Baker cleaning school house after election Union township Continued on Supplement a do better walking plow Buggies Buggies ad CarrUg PETER SCHXTTTiLEB WAGOJfBest on Earth JOBSON WAGONA good wagon lor the money equipped for firstclass Windmill work Figure with 2 15 In 00 5 00 4 20 G 00 8 00 8 00 G SO 10 30 2 00 FOE EVERYTHING THAT IS KEPT IN A PTRST CLASS HARDWAKB STOKE FIBST We a aide Davis avenue Corning Iowa
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