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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - December 12, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             BCr i i ffcMirplfciKiH Attorney At Law lu lwl Promptly jOffce over National Bank of Corning 4 BROWN AttorneysatLaw 30ENINQ tSchool er Education William Hawley Smith Telia of Two After Dinner i HawJ ley Smith who is to deliver his great lecture at the Methodist chureh tomor w is evidently ill If n H BRYANT H 0 Hnrgeon Office Manna Block Corning Iowa AttorneyAtLaw ttention riven to collodions O r north of pon office COHN1NG IOWA EG KINDBED f ATTORNEYATL A vr CORNING IOWA peclal attention givento collections Office over Block ALTER NKWCOMB i in ifcer Shingles Blinds Cement Etc Bte BgUnatei Yards confer Beaton Aye Sixth street CorninftIdwa the ynbthj must educate all the children of all the THE PMciST after BAKNHART CORNING IOWA raduate of Philadelphia Dental Col s GUARANTEED 8JOHNSON MD aoor south Davis Wells law oBce Residence Jujrt east of Academy s Clothing Store CORNING IOWA attend promptly all calls day or night m city or country Residence corner lOst and Lorn is ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DKPOT CEESTON K B IOWA MD E W Selby M D POTTER fc SCLBY Physicians and Syrgeonn iv of square opposite Baptla F H SCRANTON DENTIST Offlce over 1st Naff Bank Corning la lew methods foir extracting teeth without an Crown and bridge wort a specialty nable prices for flretclass work No omcERs Headquipieri tor Farm President loePresldent Ouhier S people In his book Talk siohs made upon his mind by dinner speeches at Chicago the occa sion being a meeting of Normal club Mr Smith speaks of these speeches Mfollows I took a walk into Chidago afew days agowent up to eat drink fed be merry withthe Normal clufc W the lyCity Park hotel the Normal clab was to have its reunion and banquet L After the eating was over the speak ing of theoccasioricame on and of all that was said upon that occasion there were two speeches or talks that I want to make a record of V Thefirst a noted pro fessor of a noteds university Substan tially he said i glad to speak of universi ty work and of the relations that should exist between the training in the pnb lic schools and the work which is doiie in college i LAnd Iwantto that more sand more the pnbhc schools should keeo college work in mind as they arrange their courses of stndy and train their pupils We in the college can only do four wprk well as yon in the public scttoola do your work well and as that work i done with reference to the col lege work which we jhave to undertake And sol am glad to see that the re port of the committee of tep pn com mon school great regard tor the college fwork which to follow the work and I i am speially thankful for the work that a western college president done in the line of getting more college trend werk into tho common school courses of study etc Well when this speech was ended someone called on Miss Dryer and be fore I try to tell what she said 1 ought to say a word about the lady herself NEmeline Dryer was born some years ago so long ago that I studied grammar aqnarter of a century pre vious io the date or this writingshe taught in the Illinois state formal school for a number qf yeara about twentyfive years ago she eave np tfcr positionthere and went to Chicago where she entered upon a line of special missionary and charity work She never saidmuch about it for she much to talk but only God knows what she has done So Miss DrVer who came the club meeting for old imes sake was asked to say somethine and here is aboutwhat I to see you all and drinking and enjoyingyourselves But it is not you that lam anxious about as I stand here and talk to you WhenSineftithe Normal school i stepped down into what was to me an underworld a place full of people and conditions that 1 had never any not the slightest conception of till I got down began to look around And r want to say toyou good folks heretomgbtthat it is not you whom I am concerned nor the higher education of which you have been talk things do not worry in tlie least but I am anxious about the relations that exist between you and your likes and rthethousandsand thousands and thousands and thou sands of children jwho iff they you sitting what you are saying no conception whatever of wtiatiit is all about children by the city fnll who know nothing about and care i nothinjr about a higher education and who never canknow or care about it owing tp peculiarties cf their natures chUdrenwho were never bornto education and for Whom such education is a closed book and must always remain sp will grow np into men and womeruwho can anni THE STILL GOBS OK The people are petitors are by us Wjof Biiiiia m M at the IteeUent goods Kockford H Hose 7 pair OhildrSaita v i Childs Knee panto Meng Wool Jeans Pants MensHalf TTool Pants worth and pants worth tO Hens Dock Lined Coats Hens Black DuckBlanket Lined Caats MensWaterproof lined Duck Coat Cvtl 69c 7c 135 189 Meoa Hens ones as to 1850 In fact we wesdlyou OLOTHING AT 60 CENTS ON THE flSBQL EJT KEGABDLESS OFOOST Tftk The Leaders and Price Breakers We Cut Any Price only Corning la of Bacon Hotel pie And thedemocreoyof democracies should be the public schools The great bulk of the children of the common people in this country go to the common schools for only a very small portion of their jeara of school age The reason that they do not go onger is that the schools are not suited to their needs we JnatftschooSssnohi as are suit needs and need ftaestion that the people of LOCALS Part or gallon domestic and the beat supply at Wilsons Lath Doorlf4 Bradley lixedPtttntsLcads uau anni hilate you and all the racks oi society that talkubouVand have to do with a higher education goes with it It is these children and relatiorii that the common schools hold toward them that I am anxious about These children can be educated but not on the Una of a higher education as that term is now interpreted I The question is what are the commen schools doing to educate them alonir the lines1 on which it is possible for them to be educated It is only along such lines that they ban be trained to become valuable members of society and if they are not trained along these lines they will become a plagne in the body politics that will one day brine rum to this noble land I And what I am anxious about and want to be anxioas about and want yon to be anxious about so far as the public schools are is riot the higher edacatjon of a few who can go to collegebut ari education for the great horde of childt ren who nevoncan go to tb whom it would do no good even if they could go to college Just tWnk that over when you get home about 8he and then and a great hush almost lf fejl on company herseat hat these impression on me and tqGod that they might n you who read got t WalkiuR abroad as I have been do ing for years with an eye which I have tried to make single to the best interests of all tho children of allthe people I find myself impressed as I write these u there if it has a Hound Oak heater Oysters if you want the best like the rest go to Wilsons is no Served in any style alt v StOT7esy 30 COTWIY wifa wife es last words of the records of my wand erings with the great idea that Miss ifJjsyer so simply yet forcibly expressed in her after diuner talk namely that UlAniTniin muafr must educate all the allthei peopM j v ve so hapil Mahoii an togetherbecause from SHKBIIT SAZtX Notice hereby vli ears to hear Everybody interested in the subject wiater will be glarf to learn that Ttie Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company of Colnmbns O is sending of charge an illustrated book of sixtyfonr pales on the subject of catarrh This book contains illustrations showing the brain the nasal passages throat trachea bronchial tubes stomach Jlver middle ear etc There are four ftrHpage illustrations showing the cir nervous system glandular system and the vital organs The bobk preventation and cure of chronic catarrh and all diseases of winter Colds coughs coh brpn emusr ana pneumoniaare described and treated Diseases of the kidneys liver lungs ear eyes and pelvic organs are illustrated explained and the treatment given Every family 6nKht tohave a copy of this book at once of dollars and thousands of lives can be saved by studying it and practicing what it teaches It will teach mothers how to take care of themselves and shield their families troaj disease Write name and address plainly Be sure to have a bottle of in the house as the cold weather is al upon us This remedy wisely used will prevent colds coughs and other ills of cold weather and is the greatest catarrh remedy of the age much J H D JBLDaiDOB nn County Iowa SHERIFFS 8ALX COQK STOVES if Than you ever bought a Good Cook Stove at before of High Grade and worth 18800 and 2880 8700 YOURS GOODS and to i D mr t J H H AdaiM County Iowa PILLS J ITOTAJ Mi For by WILL A JUTV   

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