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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - September 13, 1900, Corning, Iowa ADAMS COUNTY FREE PRESS VOL XVIII COItNINti ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY HKITKMHKIl CI IUOO NO KWIM OUR NKHJIIHOHS iii n iwnl UliHinrln Cnlhil jm lit Sim The Union omniy Jnir will lin livid Ml Afini Oct lil 4 mid 0 Tils uuHilliiioni it iho of Riiil Onk J05K In III ni 11 hnyn OiiinhiiH imiwJMtJoii lu j tan oil1 W rout in tint punl ion yearn U IH tllHt tilfl ffUIHMH Ot 1 HJO WKH lov iShnw him Orville Wheeler of Council in HI out Jnitjjo SniilhH toriu iho iliMtHul lunli Mr in tho nnmlmm tiir judgo Roil Oak longer hoaxlM K tiHn Science church On Monday evening Fiwt Gliiifrih of OnriMl SciontiHt f lied Oak WHS iincl tjm who mllioro to the 1nUh will continue to work they did before un orgmi button WKM Rod Onk Kx proM Henry VoHrnar tho lawyer mid orator of Duvnnporl WHH nomi Iateil for liy lujolanmtion by the liwnitomliu cnn vinitimi of Ihn Second dmtriot al llinugli lio liHd i iv too Al llioujjh nut haitiK inwont Hi tho con vootinii luting in itt the will iindntilitntiTv nceopt will he olootnd They Imyng H Urno in the quaint uky of Kiiirfluld The Hiilonn and unliKitlooi movement in ut nwiirdri jmintH I 1C Boinon editor of tho Trilnnm mid Lou ID ThomaH IriiKgidt have hcen given ton dayn to lonvu town HOCHOM chiimpioned the unuHonf thodrugginl It thought tho Moticcn were pouted hy friends of the league Mm J M Bowers who rcoidcH in Jnckion towiiHnip oninu to Hodlunl with her hnahiuid on n loud of wood artd Whllo tmSBltig Prstis shop and no douliL will hu rucloutnd this full with 11 majority llnin ho WIIM uvo yourn jcnvity Indo pondont W K of thu law linn of McOmiM it MMIMV willouter tlio for llio tiiHinty aLliiriMiyHhlj Ihix frtll Mr Mooro is a tiilunioil latvyvr ol and the wagon panecd over her hoify Imilfrittg her badly but no boned were broken Slio in to he congratulated on her narrow escape from what might have boon At a meeting of the directors of the Qiarixia evening a r of bilU were allowed and tho pwO the year WM iettled np an Ti Waft found Mini of thin year liie misfortune of the closing day will nxceed the expenditures about All of tlio Cluni tauqui will rtjoiee at this good nowa llcritld John Behm onu ol iho Philippine from ihiu city u member of 0i Mof thu 51tit Iowa regiment ban received notice thut n puimion of dollaro per month him bcun granted liim for injury ho ro Delved In the battle ol Quingmi when H bullot Rtniok him in thn loft leg letow tho kneo John is now omploynd with llm Oreen Hity Lum ber company nt inda Herald Tio of Taylor loiiiity made a wine Holmition when they placed Mark M Million on tho ticket for county auditor Mr Mil lift is conceded Lo bo tltnalroiig mnn of the demoeratii and one who in en titled to another HH ooiinly itor During the time ho haa III led the office ho Itan made nwnv friends ot the oltlce A graduate of HID bunt law HchmilH in Iowa and tlm Unit lin ing with tho oxumnty at tornoy Unit cmtahlirthoil an unpre cedented roputiition MM a criminal lnwyur liin iiliiition will Uu boariily endorsed by bold mrlioit TimcH Tho ninnuirinl twryicun 6f Furr of Co I of Hodford who waH rcciiiilly killoil in Urn IhilippineH hold at the IreHbyterinii church at that placo the 21 innl conducted by Ilev Jnflith Another homo Kiiothor community made Kail by an iiiipflrialifltiii policy und of the present ninl a few wnll fitroet wharkK Hut even people In Bedford will cry aloud and pro claim the bravery of our boys in the foreign lanH even Bacrificod for imporiulirini thut tho rich mny got riohor and thn poor poorer The Omaha HCOB report nf Mr UiyatiV HpcLch nt Uuhoo Neb coiitHiiiM the following At Lhih point aomo one in llm crowd Hhoutud lor McKinluyl to which Mr Irynn rcapnitiliui Now I ilonL know thut UHI hur railing fur thu Mcivinloy Una ilu nonnctil Onuur Cleveland or the one followinis in Olevelmids footntopH 1 to iiHsnrn ynii that I do not object to any onu cheering for Me Kinloy bill 1 think thnt you owe it Its thn audienco to dcscrilm which McinKloy you arc cheering Ap aitKe and oheora The ADAMS COUNTY FUKK PHKHS came to our uxchatigc table lust week in si nosv form Tho stock company now control of it like the appearance of the paper much better u it siows true nowspuper ability VW view i Vr ComHtock brought HH iu a couple ji curn of corn thirteen ami a half inchcB long and eight and three quartern incheti around They arc well filled out and wo would like to see the color of the mans hnir who can beat them Bring em in Mir Bryan shipped his household lut week and departed for White Plains Mo We are Indeed sorry to part with Mr Bryan as he wan at all timon a good citizen and pleanant to deal with Wo hope he will have abundant micceM in hit new home L C Reein cap tured two premtumH at the state fair with IIIH Chcdter White and one second When a man bumps up agntiiBt the Mtutc Hiid taken in two he H goiiif HOIIIIS Tn the namo of AdaniN county llmnkf Mr RCPBO Argun J W JCrwin Iroin north of Noda wuy in homo Irum Oklahoma whuru hu IIIIH liuuu for Lhroo miinthn pawl and hu exjiunlw to tnovo lo that coiiii Uy mjnii Ho brought with liiniMnm of corn wheat nppleH mid ponohoH grown in Wood county The fruit fa hie looking nnd llm wlmat aiiil corn show up well A biminoxH man who formerly did bimi nCHH at Villiijca wan vikiling lioro re cently and took the man to bucauiin thn men here wore not advertising mtmh BH they hnd ilonn whon ho WJIK nno thniij We replied that wo hud tried to do our full duty toward them hem nvnry opportunity xtaling lhut in noxliclingtoadveiliHe thi hiiMiiioMH mnn WUH morn tlnin the publtHhor That in true lie and if I wore hnre again l would bn a bottor patron of the new paper Llnin ever Unfnro Wnarnnow advorliniiifr In eight nnwipapeni an1 whinilwimnH tvjittln high lthrlnirn the Tim KflTitlfiniiin wijiTTlT TF MnAdoo Villinca Letlrr liidiuutioiiN Heum lo point plainly to an attempt to muiit county in Sidney Thurs day aiglu Uurinu Lho liweu Hina the burglar alarm gong in the ofJ 11 McDonald began ring ing at a tremendoiiH rale The banker haxtily made and hurried to the liank No human being WUK in evidence HO thu cur runt wan culoHund the gong Htopped Early Friday morning a careful ex amination Mltowod that tho dial plate of Iho lock WHH indented and bruiHcd HH though Homo one had tried to pry it Oil oiioli Tuition Wfiiiii SiBft tiO alarm at once mid frighten tho thiof Tho iloor hail been loft unlocked Thursday night on purpoHO When examined while the gong wan ring ing the dial hud been turned and the door locked No further traccH could ho Keen except the back Hcreen door was wide open ami it in usually faMtened at night Whoever made tho attempt to HPCIITO the con CM Is of Lho vault foiled anil made good bin Sidney Hern Id SOVKKKHJN MASTKK 1 KOOT 1Jiiilr A Slinrt 111 Duy Ih IrMidlUlXil fritlll kkCtllll Illllllnlllil III Ulinidniin llliNi if iilirirnhi rrcnfil ly unit il Ihn FHfli fl myth oilliirHiiviinilKH Vlnllur uf Oinnlni iin WIIK ixirn In UlitiR IK If Abraham Lincoln were nllvri loibiy diKnanyoni Imnglnc tluit he woiili Im lllnlcf with the piirty Hint hn fuueht his Donvor Ilmrn The Omaha WorldHerald the Yankee method in IIIIH woring The Yankee mctliod of aiiHwering a jueHtion is to unk nnolhcr If Abraham Lincoln wore alive today does anyone i magi no that ho would bo aflillatod with the parly that han roMirrcotcd nlavery and iven it the protection of tho Anior VS alive today docn anyone imagine that he would be afllliatcd with the party that has violated the funda mental principles of the Declaration of Independence by taxing people without their connont depriving them of rights privileges and imimtnUicH guaranteed hy the constitution anil governing them MB Huhjectn instead of an citizens If Abraham Lincoln were alive today docs anyone im agine that he would be affiliating with the party lint of plain duty one day only to violate that plain duty the next that voiceM cant phriiHOH about criminal aggrconion one day and beginn the policy of criminal aggrenHioH the next day and hypocritically it benevolent ahhimilation ft Abraham Lincoln were allvo to day dotH anyone imagini that ho would bo in favor of forcing upon au alien people by might of a ling which they would not arm to defend If Abraham Lincoln were alivo to day anyone imagine that would ho afliliatod with H party thut talks about giving to n people iho largcHt muamiru of self government connihtoNt witli their welfare when ho ijiioo stood boforo American miil IHudcJi nnd declared uich argument to be the argumonl of Kings Ci tfilr IViHiiilior 181 1 I1 In ofioiiii Itnor whoenmc to thin cnniitry fruiii Inliulc of Ilinltiy Xorili KilKlnml In Hild on Itiml at Kurmlnntnri nnnorllcul xvhloh ic Htilt In of tlif futii The HovvnilRn Ionimamlnr iittomlvil flehool ut Cornell college at Mount Ver non lovvii Norlhirn H1noln college nt i ln fllniuily prlnliil IIIKM for highly cmiiittRiuhil mill which rcuMicd In removal oltUiirn lie wun one of Dm originators nf I lit lutvii or IhiiKir itiid WHH Us liinl gniml tnvnmrnr lie tlm priwlilont of V A S hiinrilelury onlTiif lown for lift our innut tiiKicHHfiil ycurx In ISHJ lie foiiHilcil the Moilcin Wootl mnl of A mrrli i iiml nt tho ilelr irute eolivililloii In 1HSI WiiR Ilrrteil iiil coiiRiil by nitcliiinntioii nil re clrd by Die iiMinliiimtx vrlr ii lieml yiiir mull Novwialiir lSDO whim he tlrcHlifil in lie i ciimU iluto for reilidtion DiirlnK thlH period over muiiilinrH Iiml licen etsroltcil under the hutuicr of Wooiteriifi nnil over one mllllnii ilnlliirK lo dcuth losrcH KOVKRKHiN MAKrxil 1 HOOT Fulton IlllnolR find llmilly graciutttinl hud hcen piild Tho phenomena growth ut roumhkoepulo New York When ami prosperity of tho Moilurn WOIM hue Rlxtnen of ago he WIIB men which eonllncil hy UB ohtirtor nx a of iigcmentofn hook HOI jewelry which lie conducted xucucmifulty and until tho RHIIIG wax ilUpokud of Aftur wardH Jiu mtinngcd a largo mannfnelur ing hrvvlng entire charge of over one hundred thouenml dollurn M month nnd running two large Hour mUlft nnd K gruln clovntor which es tablishment he throe ycare later In copnrtncrchln with W o Ogilcn of Klmirn N V under tho llrm nnmu of Koot Ogdcn uiccfMtxrully opemtvd until they told out The following four yours ho wait United Stilton col lector for the Second congroiMlomtl trlcl of Town In which position up wnrdn or thrito dollurn punned through MM iDiil nucoiintH wero nH nuiililp of nccu rucy Ineldontally lie cnRngvil In tlm Imiurancn nml real eedite IniBlncnH iiml orgHnlxud the 1elephonn Company of hU Interred In that concern a veVy mitln fiiotory cimKldorntlon 1HII2 he foiinOed llm Vnung MIIIM Lllirnry of lyoni town WIIK twltiti cleotud tuny or of I lie oily nnd nerved nevera tcriun In tho city cnunull wna oflcrcil the notnlnHllox to which on mature deliberation WHH dnollneil but nconptcd the nomina tion for tttu olttno of rcproxontnttvc to the Rtale togliilnture He wnn np polntcd by ihe governor to iho stain of nil ttxport In tlm InvoKtigntlon of thn tmnnaotlong of Rtitte the of In iiiipoitunt ilfiiiiH on tlio want list of jiiHl now ia ynderwear reports of which mntle two thounnml I potter WKB luiMlolunt to prove tho cor rectncBi of Itn iliitiH and to convince Sovereign Hoot Hint un organIxullon embodying the enme prlnclploK but 1n torntUlonnl In acopc would bo equally Biicccititfnl Accordingly on the Oth iny of June ho called to his conn ell n number of primiinent Woodmen nnd nt tlinlaxton hotul In the city of Onuihn Nebrasku tlui Hovnrolgn Uump Wiiodnten of tlio World wan formally organized The niantnl of Hovorclgn comnmiiiler WIIR properly placed oh the shoulders of the futhnr of our cruft lie IIIIH lukeii Dilrtytwo drgrcoH In Mu aonry nnd IB IIHO a Shrlnur lie hug Illnil imllvcly Idiiiitllled with Odd Knl Knlglitd of IylhliiK Anclutit Order of Unltiid Wurkinen iiml Fovornl othur nttermil orgtinlxiithmK Slom III InIllitddii My nun him Bulletin wllh flone In ilie blivddcieight yeniK I hiivii lulen liltn to Riiviinil ulilorfng ulcn In Cin cinnati Now Vnrk ihletigo nml Xnnli vllle where Im WHH put under eminent phynlulniiH wllh no linjtrovoninnt on thoeotitrury It wun griidtnUly gottlng lurmr until 1 lout nil of him uurud when I told of Hnrc Kidney Cure I Iiml him try It urn to my HurprlKe huhigim lo Improve ut once nnd Im WIIR mired with two hottlcH Hln fcennrnl hciilth biiK Ini provod wonderfully rOINK OKHMAK MnmphlR Tonn 1rlcn cents For snlc hy V K Wiinkn great in our untiiMwoar Doparimont niul if llic salistind coinmont ol citHLotncra who hnvo vmitnd MIIB dojiavlnicni is a inui nritftnon wo may easily pride luiHlakos and SIICCOSKCH of five yonrs spent in bringing this dopaHmenf up ro its prnsont and coui plntonnsH havn guides is lo proper stylos colors and to olldfor yom1 inspectiofu While prices at fhHl hands a marked incroaso over last year ly wirly and diiroful buy ing we arc onahlod to oflwr you the sanjH or a quality for flio Hainu inonny on every lineshown with one heavy cotton in the four largitHt aro 2J cents pev garment Iiigliffjthan lasf yoar This sfraiglit talk ia well backed up by tho garnionis thomselveH wltich wo are anxious to allow you now while tlm stocks are not broken We quoin only four numbers Prices talk they Ladies Vests and Pants Full ioncd cut ton fleeced extra heavy per gar men I 25c 5peciaU MIRHOH Union Suiln the IVfolhii cut bought tti well nt TjOc nil tho attributcH of n VAftVx gatiuont but K iiuio light in the weight for We oiler thcao nt Mens Shirts and Drawers Extra heavy long cotton fleece iO to tfi we nl tho lowest of laat Ladies Union Suits InvU fclttd felled with Hapu f3 better thnii IrtBt yearH garment at the name price Our price Right Ilacc FISHERS Up to Date Three Prices The Ihrej Hnufca IP Ths llerrlck Shoe for wninen nro dlntingulshed hy thrcu fair Thi and nru of a little better qualitjr Imn llic a little more nolccl in the n little btttcr lieel n little belter of feather but llvu in nil Ihrec gradeH it riykt ttntiglit Thu Itonick In nutHole will ly to nit women nnd oupectnlly to Ihe woman wllli tender feut the cushion effect innken walking very OllfiV Thruu nnd OllfiJ hruu Ktnden nnd cadi OHQ in jjimrnn tcctl Dxfottls 5j cents mr jmlr limn nlmvn irlc ii antlfiirittplainly si The Herrick Shoe Sold only by A B Turner SeOTT BIGGAR It Will Pay to Buy Blankets and Underwear Here in September Because our September prices will be MUCH the lowest of the year In other words we offer inducements that you cannot afford to overlook in order to secure a great business in blankets and underwear during the first month of Autumn You can buy under wear and blankets in this store during September for less money than you can buy them here or elsewhere later in the season To Secure a Great Business in Dress Goods in September We will during this month GIVE with each dress skirt or waist pattern sold the following linings free of charge Witfc Back Dress Pattern at 50c yard and Up v 4 yards good percaline skirt lining 2 yards good sellicia lining 4 yards good corduroy binding 1 spool silk Ilipmid set good dress stays 1 card Hump hooks and eyes With Eacb Skirt Pattern at 50c yard and Up 4 yards good percaline skirt lining 4 yards good corduroy binding 1 set good dress stays 1 spool silk thread With Each Waist Pattern at SOc yard and Up 5 yards of good sellicia lining 1 set of good dress stays 1 spool of silk thread card Hump hooks and eyes Stock in all departments complete By far the largest and beat r Shoes Carpets Oilcloth Jackets Capes Fur Scarte Shades Sewing Machines selected ;