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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - November 28, 1895, Corning, Iowa I NUMBER 1322 CORNING ADAMS COUNTVIOWA THUHSJAYi NOV 281895 v I VOL XXIII NO 48 D MEtERHOFF At Law Colleotlona and all legal business promptly National Bank of Corning ALE BilOWN AttorneysatLaw Practice la State Supreme and ConrtB Jirst Sitl lldut IOVA C HBRYANT X D Office MarinsBiock Corntoff Iowa Residence 1th Street 1st door north of O T o HITCHBW AttorneyAtLaw Special attention given to collections Besond floor north of post office Office CORNING IOWA TTp G KINDRED Office COBNING IOWA peclal attention given to collections over Manns Block t SEWCOMB CO W t in Imuibet Doors SasH Hie Paints Cement Etc Etc farniibea Yards coracr Beaton Ave Sixth street Corning Iowa WILL DISPLAY FRUIT Southwestern Iowa Horticultural fe Society to Meet Couacil Bluflfc Dec 17 18 191 Arrangements have just been eons pleted for the twentyfirst ing of the Southwestern Iowa Horti cultural society to be held in Council Bluffs Dec 1718 18 THE FKOQKAM J7 George Van Houten secretary ol society has had the work of preparing the program in charge which U as fol lows t T0K8DAT 10 A H DEO 17 Invocation Announcements Renewal of membership Condensed report of directors Discussion and adjournment TUESDAJf AFTBRHOOH Addresaof president Keport of secretaryand treasurer Appointments committees and an nouncements Some Lessons of Williams Council Bluffs Afterthe drouth ProfJ Ames Irrigation of Hill P Hesa CouncilBluffs Discussion and adornment TDJtSDAT JEVEKING The evening sessionwill be under the control of the Pottawattamle Coun ty Fruit Growers and Gardeners as sociation and it safe to say that the exercises will be of such a character as to plettise all wh6 niay attend Ay Mj 18 Has the Japan PlumProved a Snc4eM in Southwestern IowaJ G W Van Houten Lenox THE PRICES The Great AT TfiB ST JOE BANKRUPT STORE The peopte are surprised at the Excellent Qualities and Astounding Prices we are making Even our com petitors dre astonished that such superior goods should be sacrificed and say that prices are utterly demoralized by us v Look along the streets and see the flags of distress and the confessions of exorbitant charges everp where TjlTe tlltl peoples friends and evidence is plentiful that others listen to our music and imitate us inasmuch as men can wlio pay for suits that we own for 50 cents on the dollar saving of on purchase 125 on a purchase and on a buy means a QTJO3SE3 CORNING IOWA Sraduato of Philadelphia Dental Col ALL WORK GUARANTEED GEON Wells Residence Jufjt east of Academy SLOVKIt Physician fc Surgeonf Andrews Clothing Storer iplly all calls day or Residence HOTEL EWING OPFOS1TB DEPOT R K Swiso Manager F B Potter M D H W Seluy POTTER SELBY Physicians and Surgeons P B Potter residence first house south of M Davis B uSelDy r esidcnce IV Whs irestoC south side of square opposite Baptfs F HSCRANTON K PENTIST 1st Natl s IB New methods for pain Crown and Seasonable prices charge for cxumltmtlom tl n specialty work No Pays Interest Upward TheGrape its Medical Value Dr F M Powell Glenwood Its Future in Grape Production v 1 j Silas Wilson Atlantic Pruning and Protection of the Vinej i yard Alex Wood Council Bluffs Goats and Methods of Packing Fruit H G Raymond Council Bluffs Fruit Packages arid Advantages of D McGeehon Atlantic Shipping Fruit j H Allingham Council Bluffs Discussion jwad adjournment WEDNESDAY AFTEBNpON Local and M Bouaberger Harlan Our Relation to Easter aJMarkets s G Glenwood ojE theto What ShalY WeW With DHainriiolQd MalTein Suromer Fall and Winter Varieties of the AF Collnjan Corning Apples for Show VB Apples for Pijontj W Murphy Gleowood WBDNESDAT EVBNIKG Reports of committees Election of officers Choosing place of next meeting Methods of Canning Mrs R D McGeehon Atlantic I Horticulture and Flortieulture in the Home Mrs J P HessCouncHBluffs The Hen Davis John T Stone Glenwood Discussion arid adjournment THURSDAY 6 A M DEC 19 Commercial Value of a Plum Orchard F P Spencer Randolph The Plum and Cherry Commercially J Wragg Waukee Chinose Peachas and Apricots vs Our IS ative C L Watrous Moihes VVhich is Preferable The Native or Russian Cherries for the Home Orchard H A Terry Crescent City Potatoes Best Varieties for Profit L Fancolly Atlantic Now 1 Prof N E Hansau BrooVmgs S D Shall We Have a Beet Sugar Factory H E Graves Council Bluffs General discussion Question Box Unfinished business and adjournment PREMIUM LIST Rockford H Hose 7 pair Childs Suits Childs Knee pants5 Mens WooUeana Panta Mens Half Wool Paftte wortu Mens fine worsted ind casaimere pants worth to liens Dock Lined Black Dock Blanket Lined Coats MensWaterproof lined Daek Coat im 25c 69c lOe 75c 85c 125 200 Mens Suits for business 189 MensSails good business ones 298 Mens Suits Extra business ones worth 8 237 MensSuits Dressworth 10 to 247 MensSnits fine dress worth 1250 to 273 MensSuits Ex fine dress worth 1650 to 161 Mens Prince Albert Saita worth 20 to to Mens pvercoats as low as Overalls 323 475 550 675 875 1350 150 25 m a In fadt we we sell you CLOTHING AT 50 CENTS ON THE The Instructions are SELL REGARDLESS OF COST The only difference sncceaaand failnreis the seeiiTg anfl the seizing of tbe opportunity which comes to everyman Thus u jjpfids for less monej than the regularmerchant owns x The Great Firms Made tho Sacrifice You get the Benefit The Leaders and Price Breakers We Cut Any flans Price A few days only JOE BANKRUPT STQRfe Corning North of Bacon Hotel 400 500 250 15 10 600 The following is the premium list competitioutaf which is open to the world Display of fruit county collection firsttiaOO Display of fruit county collection 800 Display of fruit county collection third400 Display of fruit individual collec tion first800 Display of fruit individual collec tion second 600 Display of fruit individual collec tion third Collection of vegetables first Collection of vegetables second Plato of potatoos any worthy va riety correctly named first Plato of potatoes any worthy riety correctly named second Display ot canned fruits aud vege tables first Display of canned fruits aud vege tables second 400 Display of caunfcd fruits and vege I tables third 200 FOB EXHIBITORS Jn order that no misunderstanding may oxist as to the faanner of making exliibits in the competition the follow ing rules will govern In county collection fruit mnstbe grown in county ami there must be not Jqss than twentyfive varieties good state of preservation cprrectly named x In individual collections there be at least fifteen varieties in a good state of preservation correctly nanied the fniit must be grown by exhibitor and in demand he may be required to mftkci Oiilh to that fact Plntc of not than four apples any variety correctly in good condition first premium 2o cents socond 15 cents goods must be put up iu glass and not less than pints and jellies may be put up in not less thanhalf pints i Parties desiring to enter same TarieT ties in different classes must have du plicate entries as the same fruit will not be awarded two premiums Exhibitors must properly label varie ties and file the secretary a full list of varieties in each exhibit In plate premiums exhibitor shall enter all mimes in one list If exhibits are small and unworthy of the society or com mittee may award a smaller amount of money orrnfuseto award premiums on unworthy exhibits Exhibits must be ready and entries made with the secretary bufore 6 p m of the first day The officers for the society for the present meeting are M G Edwards Glenwood O WRich vice preeidetitrXtlahtic G H Van Houten Secretary Lenox W L Follett Mal vern A F Collman Corning S L Morriston Chariton MeGeehon Atlantic k 0 Williams Council Bluffs M J Wragg Waukee directors St Nicholas in 1896 For almost quarter of a twentytwo years to bev Nicholas Magazine has been bearing its welcome messages each month to the young people of the land It began ex istence in consolidating with it in its early years all of the leading childrens periodicals of that day The Little Corporal Childrens Hour SchoolDay Magazine and Oui Young Polks amoogThera Tho last childrens magazine to be merged in St Nicholas was Wide Awake which was purchased and consolidated with it only a few years ago It has been fortunate in securing contributions for its pages from the leading writers Httd artiste of tho language while it has given to its readers many works that have bVcomft imperishable classics in juvenile literature St Nicholas has had for many years a large circulation in Europe and it is said to be read by many royal children When the the children of the Prince of Wales family were young the Prince six copies for his household and the Crown Prince of Italy grew up a constant reader of St Nicholas The magazine is a help to thosctUat have the care and upbringing of chiWreu in that it is full of brightness and inlorest ami tends to cultivate high aspirations without boing preachy and prosy and Uiggiuu in too apparent moralizing Its readers are always loyal to it and thuy will be glad to eara what has been for their delectation during the coming year The leading feature will be a delightful series of letters written to ypnng peo ple from Samoa by Robert Louis Steven son These describe the picturesque life of the lamented romancer in his island home and give interesting por iraits ofhis native retainers Rudyard Kipling whose first Jungle Stories ap peared in St Nicholas willwrite for it in 1896 and James Whitcomb Riley the Hoosier poet will contribute a de lightful poem The Dream March of the Children to the Christmas num ber The serial stories represent several favorite names TheSword makers Son is a of boylife in Palestine at the time of the of Christianity It is written by W O Stoddard whose careful study of the history of the times and whose travels over the scenes of the story have en abled him to present vividly the local coloring The Prize Cup is oho of 3 T Trow bridges best Al bert Stearns whose Chris and the Wonderful Lamp1 was one of the great successes of the past year has written another story that promises much In Sindbad Smith Co he has again The Arabian Nights for in spiration An American boy enters in to partnership with that greatest of sea faring adventurers Sinbad and the fun and that this brings about can be imagined These arc but a few of the features During the com ing year will be given in prizes Full particulars concerning it will bo found in the November number FOB THE NEXT 30 DATS WE WILI OFFER TO THE TRADE OF ADAMS COUNTY COOK STOVES AT LOWER PRICES Than you ever bought a Good Cook Stivp ut before All Jiratclass stoves and of High Grr ml liniah now 82850 2850 2700 No 820 Resv Cook Superior viru No 8420 Resv Rauge 4 holes 32M No 830 Resv Rauge4 hales high shelf ittOO All other Goods at Equally low Prices We are also sole agents for the Gret Estate Oak the Heating Stove Made Come and see them A full and complete line of SHELF BUILDEBS HABBWABE TIN WAKE ETC YOURS FOB GOOD GOODS W R HolSister FEMALE REGULATOR in IT IS ft SUPERB TONI6 exerts av wonderful influence strengthening her system by driving through the proper chan nel all impurities Health and sirenotti are guaranteed to result trom its use If r wtfe was bedridden for eighteen months iwlQK BRADFtKLIXS FEMALE REGU LATOR lor iwo months la getting well J M JOHNSON Malvern Ark BXfiCUTOK CO ATlJlNTA fti S A P OKBY FiX EVERYTHING THAT IS KEPT IN A FIRST CLASS HARDWARE STORE 2fi3 SWc Davis A venue Corning Iowa TOT WiS EOXTS At 5IliJH Vila ts no Send for ciieular JlJnc per BOX t iojr DR Cleveland Ohio For MU by WILL A DAVIS ;