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Correctionville News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1912, Correctionville, Iowa r tocxi CORRECTIONVILLE NEWS CORRECT1ONV1LLE, IOWA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1912 NUMBER 10 Reduction on Straw Hats Keep Cool by wearing Clothing Purchased at thb Store K1NCAID 'cuotMEsr Keep Cool by wearing clothing Purchased at this Store YOUNG WOMAN HURT WHEN A BUfifiY UPSETS When the horse driven by Leo Hatfietd turned the Baptist church corner Sunday evening at about 9 o'clock., the buggy upset and Miss Helen Fitch and Mr. Hatfleld were hrown to the ground. Miss Fitch was unconscious for a half hour and n recovered. Mr. Hatfleld pluck- ly held to the and after, being dragged for about twenty feet man- aged' to stop the horse which had kicked the shafts and received ser- ous cuts in the tendons of the leg. lie buggy was not damaged but the animal's injury is considered serious. Horse Killed Ernest Wright's driving horse wag Instantly Sunday evening at about 11 o'clock When Mr. Wright rove in the dark off a ten-foot en- bankment two and one-half miles east of town. He -.Was thrown from he buggy and escaped Injury. The sw buggy was afinost wrecked. jMftf ift JTW ringer When Miss Rose JWey at The Anderson Monday morning stooped to pick up some her arm caught in the.coewheebt of the clothes wring- which is by a gasoline engine. She received some painful bruises. The had to be timed back before her arm could be extricated. The wounds were not serious. Are yon iatefesttd in accuracy promptness in nioiftiy matters? and If so, yon will hardly be without a checking account, as it gives you a record of just what yon have paid out, time of doing it. Merchants State Bank Qencfal Banking BttsiiKtss. Real Estate. Farm Loans and Fire Insurance in Connection BUMPER CROP IS INDICATED BY LAST REPORT 11111111 H-I'-H f AMTMOM VtCINITV tniiiiuiiiiiimt1 Mr. and J. Calvin. Mr. and 1. 0. .tenant and Oliver Jer- maa left Saturday an a two ftwfck Record Without a Parallel. S.-C. Douglas of the Nebraska The weather crop bulleUa far the week ending July 14 says: "Under the effect of high tempera- tures and frequent fairly well distributed copious showers an have made rapid progress. There was, however, considerable done iirsoms Ugh wtnaT in lodging gram, but this will be more counterbalanced by the benefit -re- ceived by com, late grains, spring ing of timothy and clover, pastures, potatoes, gardens and fruits. Corn made very rapid growth, and a large- portion of it is now up to the normal for the middle of July. Many of the early fields in the southern counties are beginning to tassel, and all of tt has a. good color Owing to the fact that in most localities the showers came'at night, rapid progress made in having and harvesting. About all of the rye. fall wheat and early oats in the southern counties are in shock, and threshing will begin in that section of the state during the coming week, with prospects of good to heavy yields About half of the hay Buick Auto company, of Sioux City, ha, been pnt up in fine condition. The that the Buick factory of timothy is extra good, and Buick of the models whiie the yield is not quite up to the and that not car is on it is much better than las bee. They wffl ntoo visit at go. Montreal and win atop and' view. Niagara Mr. and Mrs. T. at the Buick factory. Tula record is precedent and without a parallel in motor car records, all of which clear- itabllshes the oft repeated claim the Buick factory at Flint, Mich.. "Its the Urgent and'consequently the R. Brader of Storal Lake over in a car Thursday for a ahort vhvt with here. Mrs. W. F. WaUtag and (later. Oahrta ratamed Tnataay from a iTfsks vbjtt with relatives Mr Oak. Battle Creek ant Daabary Vavta and Boner vtadtod In Oto from Friday aatfl Mr. and Oar Plato am TMfar were hi Sioux Ctty the world. He also states that Mr. E. Sidles, general manager of the Nebraska Auto company, is at the Boick factory at Flint, Mich., acting on the factory confer- ence board, of which he is a member. Jtn. Bw WM caJki to QHk- can of ker sis- equipped automobile factory in year. Reports continue Indicate much of the timothy will be sav for seed, especially in southern AU field crops are now in prime condition, and with occasional good showers give promise of huge TITANIC HOftBOR tOMPARED TO JOWlS SACRIFICE Woodbury county wfll probably vote proposition to tnbercutosis camp this fall on the tabliah a county And hospital. The press bureau of the board of control of state institutions depart- meat of tuberculosis issues the fol- lowing forceful appeal to lowans. A few ago, ajS the world fitted with horror J at the terrible that. the. ship Tetanic had ed onto M aM had gone down with of her passen- gers. Then bit by hit stories of hero- sm and sacrifice of men. and women who perished there added to the hu- man Interest. These men and women were heroic In a great crisis, but EXPLOSION OF KEROSENE EN- DANGERS STORES Kerosene furnished the explosive elements which caused a dangerous fire Tuesday afternoon In the base- ment of Overholser Conklin's groc- ery store. Had not prompt work been done the largest business Mock in town, including. Wright's, Yoekey's, the New Hardware, the Farmers store, and opera house would have been In flames, with chances against iving K. As It was the loss was light. The kerosene tank in the base- ment of the grocery store was being: filled through. a pipe from the de- livery tank in the alley and Gay Conklln was watching to see that it did not overflow. He used a lantern and bad set it on the tank to better watch the intake. Of a sudden he was blinded by a flash of flame and Mr. Overhober, Upstairs, hearing the explosion, thought something heavy had fallen in the basement. Mr. Conklin was not hart. It is supposed that the tank con- tained gas formed from, the kerosene and when the liquid poured in it forc- ed the gas out. into the flame of the lantern. An alarm of fire brought plenty of assistance promptly and aside from the flooded basement and some wet smoked up the damage was not great. The absence of wind was a fortunate circumstance. SECURITY Diversified Service what shafl lie said of the 1507 who perished of tuberculosis last year in Iowa. Many of them went down to death as heroically and nncomplaia- ingly as the heroes of the Titanic. A young mother, wasted and dying, patted the of her three babies and bid them goodbys. A business man In prime, he bid farewell to his said, "I have made a good fight, but 1 lost." And the sad part of it aO is that in Iowa or on the Titanic, ample bad not been taken to protect human life. Titanic rushing ahead full speed to JSarSTnei ord? Dividends, the answer! K f tilled In Iowa by tuberculosis? Fail- ure to appreciate the value of bum n lives, the answer! 03 SJ z o 0. CO bl OC tank perform. all the Functions of of funds on checking or funds by draft, telegraph or are a. few of the servkes which it placet at tlhe fliipnaai of piaoioQav TYour bmiacia, personal or account u invited. to n 3D tragedy of tuberculosis in Iowa will be reenaeted. Why not more life boats on the Titanic? Indeed, why? Why not less tuberculosis in Iowa? Indeed, Why? Church News EVAM6EI.ICAL CHUNCH CorreettoBrffie Sunday SehMt at a. m.. Preaching 11 a, m. Bethel Sunday School at 2 Preaching 3 p. m. The mercy of the Titanic is that it will not be repeated, while the Preaching' at p. m. A cordial welcome to M. Some of FOR SALE my fine .Baft j hens to make roonr for say Voang Oscar D. Castle. A small tornado completely wreck ed the house aad of Bart Mans- er of near Blencoe hut week. Bert Pike of Storm Lake nm motorcycle Into a buggy last week and received a broken colter several bruises, and was for :a rendered unconscious. He ered. Prof. E. F. Blaner of Eake, Benma Vista college has a one- year leave front at Storm and win tat San Joaqnfn valley at Cat, where he has been elected prim? ciple the high school for the year. Bena death last Her-hM gone to3he pasture to qrire toows whet enrag- ed bull, tOm cheat was l rib. Always try "The Peoples' Store First Peoples Mvishkin Seff, Owners Always try "The Peoples'Store" First The OUest Store With The Newest Goads Keep Your Ok to mean lots to EVERYBODY to give away-you are too Thai quite an honor to the Ne- automobile distributor, as conference board is one that out the entire work of bunding the automobile and arranging for the of same, and this conference board, of which Mr. SMtes is a mem- her for the largest automobile fac- ia the world and Mr. Sidles' ahffity in thfat line has been recog- nlced hy the of this large factory. Mr. H. B. Sidles who now at the Bafck factory, states that Batek models are going the different at the rate of a any. nnd that he will receive a liberal shipment of sH at .Siom CHy within, the next thirty Mr. also advto- os Mr. Dongtes that thto 191S to one of the most attractive HM that ever' been pnt on the mums OF VAUE FREE TO ALL IOWAIS Every man. woman and child in Iowa who will be terested In Bulletin 132 Issued; by the Iowa Agricultural Experiment, station became it is fined withj practical information on bnUding farm poultry bouses. Every to work-. out in complete plans for the three of stick of material described, every itemized to size and cort. and every step hi ing is fully explained. The bttOetts. written by Prof. J. B. DavMson of the engineering section.1 and W. A LipptacoU. poaUrynun. wffi be sent free on reuumt to the We have some important plans that are who knows the true value of a dollar. sensible to expect tiiat-biit a liberal splendid proposition that' will surprise you at its broadness and large scope. There's dozens of reasons why this store is but slowly but surely forging to the front but when our NEW RAN IS PUT IN OPERATION thb store must become the LEADER STORE sure as you are alive, because folks know a good thing when it is offered them and THIS IS GOING TO BE A GOOD THING. From now on you can expect big tilings from this, store, for instance, we are going to give you a great big leader every week to get you coming here. Watch for it every week IT WILL PAY YOU 'Jfttr.- sfe S W-; SHOES SHOES We wish to aoaoonce to the people that we have just received a large shipment of some for i nse also our fall stock is in. We are safe in saying that this is the finest line ever carried in this towb. Tl comprise all the latest stvles that the market produces. They are here for your inspection. It will be for yon to goto the city or send away for your shoes whin you can get thi latest tth ne fur ntoaer Remember oar shoes are guaranteed satisfactory or money refunded. want to draw of for of (he Inane at Cherokee hM IWth birthday 4 Hows. la., and he had Valley. the station. Another recent n gorn Diseases m town- by Prof. L. R rimmill describes sonw of the ID gons pests that afflict Iowa.grasses. vegetables and Anwng OM are the destructive onion which has found footing m onMk grow. Ing and the mtnois canker.' which is damaging anfle an O. D. Caslle at Ma Qrove and cet- 4th. nn4 that there were Correction vi SALE Aowdrift wWte Short two. 1C hy Leray SMSSt ont of Znd hy Pence of ZJ9WS. tracing to txponed hy Flash ttt. are worn by SPECIALS for FRIDAY SATURDAY Black 98c valne Lwlico' ratae Vale price---------------------- Lot Ladies' White sate price- nip to 55 OM Lot Children's 50 cest Sate price Ladies' OM Lot Price rawer Hone 5te Sale Ow eatire line Men'sOzfonK. OMaMweLotteftofdiaiitw anjd Lawns up to Kcv.lnea.sate MUSHOf Fresa Fruit for y it Jil'-i m Pv: THE PEOPLES STORE NO: 43 A.W.
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