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   Worth County Index (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Northwood, Iowa                                INDEX. Volume 25. Northwood, Iowa, Thursday, August 2. 19O6. Number 32 m For 15 Days! Commencing August tst, we will discount all Men's and Boys' Summer suits, 15 PER CENT! It's a snap and we have several suits to select from. No Blacks or Blues in this discount. THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS, Evens, Johnson Go. TEN-STORE SYSTEM. The State Convention. THK TICKET. u t en nt-GoTcra o t. Secretary of Treasurer of Auditor of Atty. Railroad and Palmer. Supreme Court and M'CUin. Clerk Supreme A clean Bweop lor the 1'rosreftHivcH, Probably the motjt cxritliig, und'tii Homo reflpoctn tlio moat campaign ever in Iowa cul- minated In the red-hot couveiition of ycfltertlny. Muttera political !ii Mqlues.fortwo orthreodayaprevious, Imil Umi in a flevlilvitlyclmutiiiHtutf. liulli KidoK were fur I'jijsiUnn ur HUP. tlm PtjrkiriH nicii were jikiyuif.; a guino of bluff, mnl talk o[ it i ifr on every hand. The h t ml-pat con tint; t, hit vitmumjijdr- ity ot tlio central committee, Bought Iu liMvi1 tlint uommitti'p IKIKH a DeWitt Wilt li tha rumo to look for when TOO to to buy WUch DeWflt'a Witch HIM! is ihs orliJna] itid ocly ieradne. [n that Jj Rudo froca uaadultentcd Witch-Hazel AM irnl- L cheep ind even n. DoWUl'iWUcIi For Piles; Blind. Laoeratlani; Bolli. Carbuiclai. Eoema, TetUr. Rtwtvn, aodaJI other SUa SALVE Democratic County Convention. There will be a delegate convention of the Democratic party beld at Manly, Iowa, on August 4, 1906, at p. m., for the purpose of electing 4 delegate! to attend the state convention to be held at Waterloo, Iowa, Aog. 7, and 4 delegates to attend the Congressional convention to be held at New Hamp- ton, August 14, 1906, ana to1 place in nomination candidate for tbe various ounty offices, member of the lower house of representatives and 3 candi- dates for members of tfcm county board if supervisors "and to attend to. such >ther business as may come before the' (invention.' The townships are en- itled to the following delegates: One delegate-at-large and one delegate for every 20 votes or fraction thereof cast 'or Alton B- Parker in 1904: ...6 Lincoln a IHnville UATtoa BtookMd Sold bt ThoraoQ Sc Brown. How's Your Liver? ft viO pay you to take good care of jroor liver, because, If you do, your jhrer. will take good cure of you. Href puts you all out of sorts, suites jroo pate, dizzy, sick it the stosuch, gives you stomach ache, BaUria, etc. WeU Hver keeps you well, by purifying your and digesting your food. one safe, certain and trer medicine, and that Is Bedford's Black-Draught over M years this wonderful s remedy has been the standby aads of homes, and Is today I favorite Ever medidne in the world. it'VRKts gently on the liver and Idd- and does not Irritate the bowels. K cures constipation, relieves con- jetton, and purifies the system from n overflow of bile, thereby keeping sosy In perfect heslth. 25c at a TJtS YXARS IN BCD. eil I was confined to nr h 'disease of ray i H. A. Gray, J. P. of Oakville wu severe thst I couli fpll'l smrt of the time. I consulted medical skill availabU no relief until Toiey's was to me. i sse." Jtet Crcct t Grore 3 linj 3 JlarUHiid z SHivr 2 A. KossiTKR, Chairman. EDIVEKSOK, Secretary. Not Now. I'p in llja Mealhcr burvuu, lu a corner dark and dim, The ii rapo.i.f, ThHl once so bow lad grim. They've wrapped It up with moOi And it's laid rrkli cmre, FIH ir> wholly 1ml ot leifrOB. the in Ihe Air. winter 'twould have sbockcd ui, lo know The time wouM ever come when we luias u so! Tlicy kmp it ]n it ounfit to te or little coiner OFT Riflhl DOur tvrn it IOOM! ti Star. HIJW gutting to- Ketlier; or nt ]enHt utur together [is they cun? Miiint-npollR people of tlie Went would rather believe thnt tbe presUleTi t not Hot the formal Htninp of nppruvul upon the "stuntl-put" policy. Allwrt Trlliune, July Cummins In trickeil out of the noni innlion there will iwnucha Hhakfng up of tin? dry huncft in Iowa AH Ihe Irr-t inhabitant never'dreamefl o! orubout. There IIUB too much nfritalion the "Iowa idea" tuken too deep root to bow to feat gained by trickery. In connection with the jrutxjrim- tioiiHl there lion talk c" anil bribery, ad oau If tlielr valuable "affidavits count for anything certain tlirlfty cri'Rfures Ijuve Hold out tobotheldett for they make oath that tliey wert pslil hy the I'erklna crowd to testify that, tho' well known tlwy were bribed to vote for Curo mins In the Republican primaries and there ground for aaupfcIoD that the final affidavit was a "houjrhten' commodity, too. The fellows who think the pereon who it man for office without acomldera tlov .te a binned fool" Mem.to be noiajfOns tkan it decent n iaybin WlNNKU. loxen nllrgcd "contests" In tlie hopo T excluding from tliourjrunlKiitioh of lie convention enough Cujnniiii8 ilek'priites to clvc tliu control of iif- aire to the aiiti-Cuinuilna coinbinii. Among tlionfl nltegcil contents WUK no from Aflumiikce where there WUH no tilmdow of content or of ir one, und of tlie othera were of aslmSlurly gauzy lilnp callod-ihtu Perklnn men thought tdcy nrcded licm in their bunlnnui. A majority of the committee claimed what Mr. CuiiiinlnH and liiu chief xupportera itrcnuouely denied, the authority to >U88 upon xuch alleged contests; hut when It came to committing the Militicul burglary which the more unncnipulona Fencing managers evi- dently desired they lacked the nerve :o do did not have the in. By Tnendny evening? the Boiitinient prevailed that tho com- mittee would deal with nil 'airly in which caHC the friendn of the overnor woukl he 1n control anil give him t ho nomination he had fniri.v won In tbe primaries and couaty And that propliesy had been fumilcd: Caucuses were held at 9, Wednesday morning. Tuese'arethecommltteei named for the Fourth district: State central, Hon. W. E. Converse, Cresco; credentials, Lawyer C. D. Ellis, Chsrles City: resolutions. Senator J. A.Hmith, Osage. By the big Auditorium was crowded by delegates and spectators, Rev. Dr. Frisbie invoked the Divne b'.essing and Temporary Chairman H. M. Towner made a stand pat speech, during which be named the atand-pat coniressmenenlogistically, but failed to mention others except as "good whereupon tbe convention made hontiog, cheering five-minute demon- strstion for the best Progressive of them sll." A feature not so pleasing was a little Marm of hisses which greeted an en- logy for Shaw. There were two adjournment of the Afternoon sesiions to give time for the righting credentials committee to resch an sgreement. Therewas no fighting in the convention where the members >ang songs with harmony and power a> d indulged in much robust fan. At the evening cession the creden tills committee reported, seating mosl of the Cummins delegates. The vote for governor stood, Cummins 933, Per kins 603. Rathbun 104. Tbere had been a very determined fight to btat Garst for lieutenant-gov emor, but the vote stood, Garst 917 Raymond 722. Tke other nominations were easily made, several by acclama mation. The pisiform is mildly Progressive Cummins and Perkins made electri tying speeches. Tbere was no talk of Wiling among Tke Put Week. WEDXKririAy, Who knpwa? It In evidently full of dark- nelii and unrest; Itut tho expected tremendous upheuvul does not up- heave: Tliere are Ktrlkm ami dis- orders, but the indications ure tlmt the times aro not riiie.for a general I'remicr Stulypiu in un official statement tells why tint douuia wan dissolved: It xcemstlmt It was "bad" niid stood in tlio wny ol needed reforms! Naturally tliu higher and holler Instincts of Kuxulnn oflicialdoni cannot tolerate anything wliidl iitanils In the way of reform. ----OhMUmsell Sngo'B will Is ripened. It leuves practically all to Urn. not R iKinny for chnrltics. All Ituiwll left was u little matter of TIIUHHIUY, Ituwiin'.' About the same. The uprising doesn't rlse: threuteued strikiw full lo luateriMllzc. The police lire active, breaking up revolutluimry and hailing offendere in prison.----- M. Stulynln, the Hnusiim pruinlur. Buys tile pulley nt tlic uuireuucriiry will be, aslthatibceii.stroiig-liaiiik'd reform! Mr. S. further Ills Jcticc In imtriutlvm of the pi-obnbl.v aiL'tuil their proneiiesH to liuitmvn under the (much) Juing In America. Fiinur. "revolutionists" rote "clown the project for a ccuerul strike so the danger Is that there will >o THJ revolutiou, ut present.----Sj Uoot arrives In UIo .lauciro and re- ceives most cordiul welcome.- Sec. Wilson issues orders to packers aiding that meats must esuuic; forhhlding the ure erons preservatives; rccjulrhm abstilute cleanliness, etc.----XIou City goes into the htnids of a receiver by >nlcr of court; Zionists must elect u low years of age, will devote hoi ortuue lind the remainder of her life to charity, thenapcra say. SATUKIIAV, Bt-eiii rather inlet in llnssla, thanka largely to a muzzling of the press.----- ludging from the umnuirled press of owatlioreiliconsideratiloofarevolu- tion In progress In the Hawkeyu considerable damage done hy storm to crops In Iowa anc adjoining atatea. restressneBS, rumor, riot, rovolt.----Notso wonder ully different in Dea Jloluts.-----More :han a score of drownlngs result roma Berceatormon thoNew Jersej coast.-----Five persons are drownei by the capsizing of a do at on a New York engineer and fire- man are killed and fifteen others in ured In a York Central wreck cnuaed by a landslide. MONDAY, John D. Kocke teller, back from France, Saturday went tochurrhHunday; utartstoday for Cleveland, Ohio, in KUIH! hcalt) and sheriffs whniaheha been dodKing like any connnoi criminal having lieen Day of plots and u Uoines. Thu Ferklns pnrently win first round before tin state central committee; hut even that friendly committee balks at th flhuftlncss of thCKtaudnat cltilcus. TUKHIIAY, Home more Tliere are tiurtiulent times in the do muln of the great white czar, Ag Kautlc plot by the revolutionaries t take simultaneous iiogsession of number of the strongholds of the em pi re IH prematurely sprung at Kvea burg in HuKsian Finland. This for otherwise known as "the Gibralta of Kunnln." IH in the hands ol mutin ous troops who appear to come o on top in the first battle betwec them and "luyal" soldiers nnd wa vessels sent to subdue turbance of another kind at Molnetf, but everything points ver decidedly Cummins-ward. China hustieena staud-paf conntr forupwards of mns admit, however, that It has stood. Thefoilowlng paragraph asks som tiuestionsand-comlngfroi the eminently conservative and a ways fair Kepubllcan con talus highest praise: "The Journal says Representative Hange Is not going 'to have it all bin ow way this year.' This indicates a opponent. Has he not had one ever. year be has run? Has he done any thing to forfeit the confidence of h conntl tuen IH during the laat yenr? Has be not supported the President an his policy In every act anil vote hx cast? he not been on th right for the people and right or welfare on every quest io tbe have raised Prestosnt, or tbe peopie? If an ooe CMi pick Haw ta conduct M U. C. M know wlwt It ta the rank and ale, but spirit fraus-nity. The ticket will The Firmer and tbe County FaJr. The Farm Ouzctte takes thufollow- view of thecounty fair: Thefann- r and his family should lend hand make the county fair a success :i'l to reform the abuses that have lusctl tliem dlssiitlBfiietion. Let the .riucr take an active interest in the auugenient of tlio fnlr, ami use his illueuco to make It what It sliould and let him eeo to it tliut' he irnishes his share of tlie exhibits, ud that his family are encouraged tako exhibits, to farm and housc- departments, and perhaps the tr will tuke on a more attractive  etwcen the Charles City and Dough-' ty teams for a 3100 purse, the take all. Robert Konlston, a young man of 24, hote home waa near Austin, ruck by lightning and instantly kill- d during the fierce Btorm of July 25th. tiring the same -torm teveral houiei Austin were struck and one wai urned to the ground. The Methodist Episcopal church of Mason City IB to have a fine three tiaaual organ of over 1400 pipes and 11 the latest improvements. What la iore, it ia to be constructed by Verney o., of Mason City. That us aa eing "something like." Two bad men. Will Wagner and Shorty" Allen, wanted at Maaon City jr box-car robbing, made a getaway rom the Albert Lea jail during a inc thunder storm, Saturday nighti Miere evidence that they got outside ay means of outside aiaistance. Rev, Hartwiff Smeby, newly "ordain- d to the Lutheran ministry, was given great aurpriie by hit Albert Lea rienda, Wednesday ot last week, on he eve of b.a departure for Viroqaa, Wis., where he been called to the Rev. Smeby now wears an el- ffant gold watch as a mem oral of the ix: camion. The Forest City races were great, with split heats, exciting finishes, broken records, etc. But there as else- where, it teems, the association failed o make good, the attendance not be- Dg up to the standard of the attrit- ions.. Tbis week the meet of tbc r Ced ar Valley ci re ait is at Do ws, and be series will ctoec next week.at Web- tcr City. Dr. Phenomenal Yonnjr, alias "The Hot Springs lately arrested in Charles City for utd cat claimed that, be, hid ade a week while Des Moiaes and Waterloo while in the Cities, Ma- and Charles, be failed to make ex- penses. Which claim, so far as it rel- ates to Mason and Charles, is alto- gether to their credit. Winnebago county kas j ast "home for the indigent." Theconm- :y farm cost the home 398. The home a two-story ildiag 24x33, with a similar cxtea- sioa, 26x41, with 21 rooms, halU, closets and ample base me at. sides the items of expense BOOYC the heating plant coat and the furnishings eaongh to exhaast the total appropriatiom of then some. The question of secnriBf the property was submitted to tke ple at the geaersl election of 1904 smd carried by a vote of 1230 to 596. There wilt be big Sunday school picnic at Fertile next Wedstesday, Aag. 8, to be participated in by seren schools, with distinguishing badges as follows: Ferti le, dark red; G rant Center, green; HasUoatown, pnrple; Lincoln Center, pink; U. B. school, dark blac; Watel- erwood, orange; Wilson school, light blue. At tbe seit picnic each schools might adopt as its badge one of the cardinal colors of the spectrasa, and ia their union seven blend together in the pare white of purity and truth. That is sestimeat. perhaps, bat the best things of life have a sentiment behind thesa. Editor Wm. Gray, P. M. (which ia postmaster) has just made public a de- tailed statement of receipts and ex- penses of the late primary campaign in Cerro Gordo by direction of the Re- publican Central committee of which he is chairman. Tht receipts were being a "head" from 23 can- didates whose names went on the bal- lots. The expenses for holding the election in the twenty townships precincts was ranging from in tbe second ward of City ia ward oae. Paid for blanks, psfl books, billots and all necessary print- ing, 3177.80. such as tclaphoning, delivering etc. Total expenses 9345.63. Balance kaad with which to begin next year, A Worth comaty prissary, nhli h Is IIIBII nhs.1 an< grataitons affair, Usorelj nothing like aa expensive. Owr bill last campaign for "all necessary priai- ing." which we did, was To isi Dsry Taka LAX BRO1CO OUnriHst Tablets. if it faiU to cwv. K. W. ktsv.' 3Sc- v   

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