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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - December 19, 1895, Corning, Iowa ijVv of the T NUMBER CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA DEC 191895 DH MEyERHOFF 4 Attorney At Law Collections and all legal business promptly attended to Office over National Bank of Corning BROWN AttorneysatLaw Practice ID State Supreme United SUtiB Courts First Nst11 Bank FORMING IOWA H BRYANT H D JPhysician Hvurgeon Office Manns Block Corning Iowa Residence 7th Street 1st doer north of 0 T Cole VI7 p MITCHELL AttorneyAtLaw SpecUl attention given to collections Oflee Second door north bfpoib office COSJIIKG IOWA TjV G KINDKED ATTORNEYATLAW CORNING IOWA poclal attention given to collections Office overManaa Block NKWCOMB A CO Dealers In Lumber Lath Sblnglci Doom Sub Lime Paints Dement Etc Etc gladly fnroUbcci Yards corner Beaton Aye and Sixth street Corning Iowa iiC BARNHAKT CORNING IOWA 1 Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED B JOHNSON M D PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis ft Wells law oflce Residence ust cast of Academy BGLOVKR Physician Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA VJ ill attend promptly all calls day or night in city or country Residence corner lOst and Lomis ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DBPOT IOWA V B Totte M B W Selby M D POTfER SELBY Physicians and Surgeona F E Iotter residence flrst house south of O M Davis R W Selby residence 2W blks west ot south side of square opposite Baptia Curch F H SCRANTON DENTIST Office over 1st Natl Bunk Cornliiir la Now methods for extracting teeth without pain Crown nod bridge work u specialty Reasonable prices for firstclass work No charge for examination Pays Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank 45000000 iioooooo CAPITAL SURPLUS Transacts a General Banking Business W S HEFLINO President OFFICERS JA I WEMLS VicePresident CHAB T CorE Cashier Headquarters for Farm Loans RALPH NEWCOMB Stecuio to Sui Lath Doors Lime Sash hingles Pickets And Everything Deiired by tho Agent for Fays Manilla Bradley Vroomana Mixed Paints Leads and Oils KUmet For years he had rieen a rover trsveledjthrouffh reglona far Had wandered the wide world over from Boston to Calabar Through dangers he scarce could number He passed on the land and sea Had once been wrecked In the Humber And twice in the China sea But fate la curious we mint confMB He was killed on the broad smooth pike By a redhead ed g Irl 1 n a bloomer draw raa him down with her bike Courier The 1830 Gown Icourted her in thirty At her first ball In town And lored each dainty ruffle Of her wideshouldered gown A nd now that Im a graybeard And cannot dance at all Bhe comes again before me At our dear grandchilds ball I see again the ruffles The droopingsleeves and alt Which seems to me but yesterday at her first baU 1 cannot understand it Oh try to aid me pray How does the girl I wedded Return to me today Has she not aged beside ine Yet stands before me now In her golden hair no silver No wrinkles on b er brow Do my old eyes deceive me Ist true what others say The thing that sodeludes me Is the fashion of today Is my sweetheart really youthful As at the ball in town Ah no tis fashions fancy Foraneighteenthirtygown M L HOWARD AKOUBTIt THE SLOPS Fremont county has four voters whose ages range from 86 to 96 The Malvern cold storage company has 1000 barrels of onions stored away waiting tor the price to go up Bedford will vole Dec 30 on a propo sition to grant a 15year franchise to an electric light company A farmer brought a load of corn to Shenaudoah one day last week that weighed 77 bushels and 10 pounds The sewer system at Grinnell has been completed and the town now has 91 miles of sewer which cost W J Wingert a Shenandoah poul try shipper dressed and shipped 13005 chickens and turkeys during Thanks giving week A dressed turkey weighing pounds was one of the Thanksgiving week wonders in Bedford The fowl was only a year old at that A band of Indians from the Omaha reservation have been camping near Carson aud have been bothering the people with their insatiable appetite for egging A lady in Fort Dodge who has been iu the habit of drinking from six to 12 cups of coffee at each meal has become so badly shattered in health that she is suffering from what the doctors pro nounce delirium tremens The Sidney Herald tells about a party of 35 men who wont to tho home of John German living near Tabor and gave him 30 hours to leave Johu went but the readers of the Herald are still wondering why OIL MEAL ONTHE FARM Fifteen years ago thu use of oil meal cm the farm was confined to a few lead ing farmers mostly breeders of fine stock English and foreign farmers understand itsusebetter than ye and hence until recent years a large pro portion of it was exported The farmers of America can use profitably all the oil meal that our mills furnish They can use all of this residuum of flax seed that the crop grown in Amer ica will furnish and even more It requires howover to be used intelli gently and in small proportions until the farmer understandshow to feed it One large use of it is to balance up ra tions In this country and especially the Westwo have a large surplus of carbonaceous foods such for example as corn corn fodder all kinds and timothy hay which are wasted in large part unless fed 5n a metro or less perfectly balanced ration There is nothing that can be used to so great an advantage in balancing up a ration as oil meal whether old process or new Where the farmer is obliged to feed corn to his young piga almost exclusive ly aa he is in most years on account of the scarcity of skim milk and the high price of oats therojis nothing that will balance up this ration so well as oil meal in the proportion of onesixth of the old process to the amount of corn used and a less amount of the now pros cess the reason being that the old pros jsess has more fat in it than tho new It can be usfid to good advantage aa an and for the purpose of rtgu bowols and in general opon nspecially in the latter stagaft It can be nncd to in preparing hoisen a sleek and shining is generally supposed to be THE PRICES VOL XXIII NO 51 AT THE ST JOE BANKRUPT STORE ON The people are surprised at the Excellent Qualities and Astounding Prices we are making Even our com petitors are astonished that such superior goods should be sacrificed and Say that prices are utterly demoralized by us Look along and see the flags of distress and the confessions of exorbitant charges everpwhere VVO fUPGjtlie peoples Friends and evidence is plentiful that others listen to our music and imitate us inasmuch as men can who pay for suits that we own for 50 cents on the dollar means a saving of on a purchase on a purchase and on a buy Rocfcford H Hose 7 pair Childs Suits Childs Knee pante Hens Wool Jeans Pants Mens Half Wool Pants worth Mens fine worsted and cassiniere pants worth to Mens Duck Lined Uoate Mens Black Duck Blanket Lined Goats Mene Waterproof lined Dnck Coat 25c 69c ibc 75C 85c 79c 125 200 MensSuits for business 189 MensSuits good business ones 325 298 MensSuits Extra bnsiness ones worth 8 to 475 237 MensSuits Dress worth 10 to r 550 247 Mens Snits fine dress worth 1250 to 675 273 Mens Suits Ex fine dress worth 1650 to 875 161 Mens Prince Albert Suits worth 20 to to 1350 MensOvercoats as low as 150 Overalls 25 la Mali In fact we we sell you CLOTHING AT 50 CENTS ON THE The Instructions are SELL EM BEGARDLESS OF COST The only difference between snccess and failure is the seeing and the seizing of the opportunity which comes to every man This i your opportunity to own fine goods for less money than the regnlar merchant owns them The Great Firms Hade the Sacrifice You get the Benefit The Leaders and Price Breakers We Cut Any Hans Price A few days only is ST JOE BAN Corning la iforth of Bacon Hotel PT STORE due to the oil in it We do not think so It is the result of the balanced ration correcting the heating tendency of corn food Farmers often speak of their an imals on heavy feed beingburned up with corn In this they aro expressing more nearly a scientific truth than they imagine la fact there is scarcely any animal which will not some time iu the year bo beiitted by a little oil meal iu its daily food Cottonseed meal can bo substituted for it in feeding cattle but can not safely with hogs for any length of time nor is it safe to allow bogs to run after cattle which are fed heavily on cottonseed meal There is nothing that will teach lambs to eat better than a small amount very small of oil meal to begin with They are reryfond of it It should not be used largely with a skim milk ration for the reason that it itself is a nitrogenous ration as is also skim milk Corn meal is better than either to balance upa skim milk ration The trouble with skim milk is that it is too highly nitrogenous al ready Use the skim milk to balance up a corn meal ration and vice versa DBKAM CAME TB17E Atlanta Constitution Here is a strange true tale with the scene in Georgia near the flourish ing town of Covington A few years ago a negro woman living near Covington lost a son by death A week or so ago the woman had a dream in which the son appeared to her and told her that if she would go to a certain corner of the house and dig she would find a flat rock underneath which she would find a lot of silver money The woman awoke and was so much wrought up over the vision that she aroused some of the family and went at once to the designated spot and be gan to dig Soon the flat rock was reached and removed with trembling hands and high expectation A small box was reyealed this was taken out and opened and to the wonder and astonislimont of all present it contain ed thirty silver dollars Fancy patent flour for cash only 85 cents per sack H R MOUSE Jr Stevensons Unpublished Novel St Ives the novel left substantial ly complete and unpublished by Robert Louis Stevenson at his death is described as purely a vonmnce of ad venture It is the story of a French prisoner captured in the Peninsular wars who is shut up iu Edinburgh Cas tle there he falls in love with a Scotch girl who with her aunt frequently visits thejprison There is early io the story a duel under extraordinary cir cumitances between St Ives and a fel low prisoner after various episodes a dangerous plan of escape is decided up on and daring St Ives finally be comes a free man The perils that he undergoes while in hiding about Edin burg his on the Great North Road Jwith strangers and rob bers his final escape across tho border into England his subsequent return to Edinburgh and many other incidents of this splendidly conceived story are told in the spirited vivacious and won derful style of which Stevenson was a master Mr Sidney an author and critic of rare ability and a master of of this novel that as a tale of adventure manners and the road which is all it was meant to be it will be found a very spirited and en tertaining piece From S S McCiURE Limited 30 Lafayette Place New York say this man as saulted you How did it happen Colored brushed agia him an he sayed I was too fresh an then he salted mo York Weekly Do try the honey uncle its all homemade Dear me Id no idea your father kept a News Budget you really attended the Queens reception in London The men I suppose stand uncoyered iu tho pres ence of royalty p Yes but not to the same extent as the T IL FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER CORNING IOWA of Clarks School of Embalming TWENTY TEARS Calls attended promptly day or night Office at Snavelys Furniture Store Residence west 01 1st National Bank J L SNAVELY AF OKEY FOR EVERYTHING THAT IS KEPT IN A FIRST CLASS HARDWARE STORE 262 East Side Davla avenue Corning Iowa sure and reliable Female PELL ever offered to Ladies especially recommend MM IM m ed to married iJKdiaa Aak for DK MOTSS PES3TZEOYAI iFHS and take no other Send for circular Price 91OO per box 6 for 85OO MOXXS CHE1MICXAL CO Cleveland Ohio PENTOWPILil For sale by WILL A DAVIS Contentment is better than money and just about as Sift ings you read Shakes peares Loves Labors Losti1 but Ive takon a girl to theater and had her talk to the man next her all through tho New York Herald Mr Haygeed in 1 guess youll have to blow out Mandy Mra Josiah Mr porter mo promise not to do Calendar Oysters if you want thn best like all tho rost KO to Wilsons is no jest Served in uny stylo Bo it oveMo humble there is no place lika home if it has a Hound Oak heater
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