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Worth County Index (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Northwood, Iowa HiiloricHl Dfmartr UNTY INDEX. X I IMnarrniont Jf Volume 26. Northwood. Iowa. Thursday. September 19. 1907. Number 39 GL05ING mm OUT OF BUSINESS Once every year is getting to be an old gag in advertising to fool the people. We are not closing out or going.out of bus- iness; but we will sell to offer in Men's and Boys Clothing, Fur Coats, On PRICES We Can Beat Them Ml To Death! A Few We Sell Goods: Bib Overall, swing pocket, ,20 Denim, Men's Best Working Shirt, Duck Coat She-ip wool Corderoy Coat, Ulsters WEDNESDAY, a steady rain, but in Btesdy ranks, ten thousand G. A R. men march in grand review in N. Y., cheered on by thous- j of admiring patriots.-----The new Cunard liner Lusitania, the biggest .urhine steamer speeding west, ward across the Atlantic in an effort to break all previous records set by ocean rrayhounds. She reports by wireless ner run of today as knots, an average of knots an hour. THURSDAY. 12. -Two G. A. R. who passed in grand review at Saratoga yesterday, pass to the eternal camping eround today as the result of their exer- tions.-----The Lusitania is racing down the home stretch for a splendid finish, but it is doubtful if she will beat the Deutschland's record.-----Leading Re- publicans of South Dakota, in conven- tion at Huron, launch a Rooseveltbpom with many combined French nnil Spanish forces, near Casa- blanca, rout the Moors and bum their camp.-----The Russian imperial yacht, with the royal family aboard, run TO FAIR -f VISITORS 1.25 5.00 14.00 IO 35 98 4.00 11.00 05 ,........oyal family aboard. I aground oft Finland. Czar N'icholas ran the ship of stitte aground, long ago. FRIDAY, 13.-The great turbine Cur anlcr Luaitania arrive? in New Yor harbor, five (lays and fifty-four minute from Quecnstown, an epoch makin trip. Herbcstday'srunwasiWJ nautic al miles.----The Waller Wellman part, arrives in Tromsoe, Norway, from Spitzbcrgen. Their balloon, America had made a start on September 2 a nrade a successful ascent, but ercd a snow Rule and was beaten bar finally stranding on a glacier in damaged condition. .There will be a other start, in the newspapers, no year. Meanwhile Walter will probab try to lecture, and we'll nol rmncl it gets the arctic shoulder everywhere. ,-SATURDAY, 1-1. -Yellow fever h made its appearance in Cuba, and spreading, mainly among the Spanish residents.-----There are several cases of bubonic plague in San Francisco, but the board of health assures the citi- zens there is no cause for alarm.- The Japanese consul at Seattle calls up- on the police to prevent the exclusion league from holding a demonstration The first time you come in here we'll show you the things that make this Store pre-eminent for FASH ION ABLEfse MENS' AND BOYS' ffy CLOTHESf HiTS AND SHOES, visit'our Store Fair week. THE ONE-PRICE lEvene, frobnson Co. which may precipitate a nice A special government commissioner leaves Ottawa for Vancouver to deal with the anti-Jap question which has assumed graver proportions in tnat staid'British port than in any American _ -Merry England is threatened with a general railroad Etrike. SUNDAY, Twenty-four persons are killed outright and a score seriously injured in a head-on collision on the Boston Maine road at White River Junction, Vt. The disaster is due to a train dispatcher's error. senseless St. Louis youth knocks an American League .umpire senseless with a pop bottte as a mark of his annoyance at the umire's rulin. It takes fifty Sboes The Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats> are unusually fine this Fall. We've lots of Clothes, but never any better ones than tnese. HANDSOMEST HEW FABRICS EVER MADE, _M ii._ Gravs and Blues in Plaids annoyance at the umpire's rulinp. It takes fifty police and a baseball nine with bat to MYRTLE YiflTON and Her Excellent Company IN REPERTOIRE. Q5, SO Cents. taste. The Furniture Man ol It mldiumiaw Probablf knows more about the real WORTH of Furniture thun tne. average if jou are one average customer, jou should leave this point almost entirely to him. But as to the price youiwisu to pay and the style you prefer, why tne Furniture man leaves theae thine, wholly to his customer. In order that ALL may find some- thing to exactly suit, this store has collected worthy example, of just about all the styles that are in vogue today. I msk you to give this showing look over, even if you do nothing bat look. The time to do this will not be wasted. W. W- HUNTER. TUit II IbRiuusei Tbe afterglow ol Like Ion when niRtJl "Tfali i< Ifco dnara-bou! of Iba joldaft litl hfcif. Had wft from IhroU to Tho elinf ing mini, and htr ItoTa her htarl -RfclKTd R. Kirk. police and a Base nan nine wim save the thrower from being lynched. -----There are auto, accidents, drownings andthe likewise some peace- ful hours of which the dailies naturally make no mention. MONDAY, 16.-H. H. Rogers of the Standard Oil monopoly, is incapacitated by a paralytic shock.-----Vice Prea. Fairbanks, who would like to see one Vice eliminated, in a speech at St Joaeph, Mich., approves the president a raibroad policy; which ia a great deal for Fairfink. to do.-----St. Paul wel- comes upwards of Odd Fellows, "deligatea to the sovereign grand lodge. TUESDAY, explosion on a Jap-, anese warahip killa 27 men and injures nearly as many more.-----Chicago elec- tora vote down the new charter propo- iition, two adopt a conabtation, prohibition andrll.-----Four Elka, victima of speed mania, are killed in Colorado Springs when ttieir runaway auto crashes into a EVERY oUl 1 i Prices on Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats to Prices in Boys' Suits and Overcoats are from to wen e telephone pol'- THE COUNTY FAIR. Complete Program af Stock Judging, Sports, Etc. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. a. m.-Stock Judging by Richard Dorsey, Osage, Iowa. Poultry Judging by E. R. Sweet, Alden, Jlinn. Exhibition by Cretos 1-00 p. m.-Farmer's Novelty Race, under the walk i mile; i i NEW PHOTO GALLERY', The boogli the OSMONSOS aALtE over will remodel the aid Bx up-to-date. frot'l miteTrun j purse m.-Address, Hon. B. P. Birds- all, Congressman 3rd Iowa District. 3U p. m.-Relay Race. Team vs. Tenold Ball Team. 45 p. m.-Running race, free for all; 126 00 p. m.--Base Ball game, Carpenter vs. Tenold. :10 p. m.-lOO yard dash, 20 p. m.-Pillow Fight, K.OO. S m.-Wrestling match, Collar Elbow, m.-Free Exhibition, Cretos Family. 5JO p. race for boys under 14 years, WEDNESDAY, 25. a. m.-Parade of Premium Stock before Grand staid. p. m.-Novelty Race, High weather prevailed the first half of UK week, but the tatter tolf warm enough to give a slight excess of temperatuS, with more than the usual aiZritof .unshine. The amount of rainfall was generally very light, the showera behsg widely In some portions of the state the ram is needeSto maintain growth of pasturage and late maturing vegtables, and to facilitate fall plowing. The warm and dry weather has been favorable to the corn crop, which has made very satufactory prpgreM. Re- that earlv Dlante -py w Best Hat Store in Town! Best and Hats Made! LRRGKST STOCK of FUR GQRTSI and Plush and Fur-Lined Coats. made very ports indicate that early planted and well cultivated fields in tfie isouthern districts are ripe enough to be cut and shocked. In the central and northern Am prepared to I w -_ AO wort wUhra Jrv order, taA wul be auARAWiieED. m. Race Free for all, p. Race-Winner of Car- penter-TenoJd raeeTi. Grove 4-JO p for all trot or BiWiitkBby Creto. .-'iSSe Royal, P6.00. --------..'-n rcle rmce for GOT Ur-Tenotd iiume wuiBtf ecaMirej Got. .Cfmmiuf. shocked, in uie cenwai district! the.ears arehardeni fields are rapidly putting on colors of maturity. With a continuance of-normal weather during the of this month, four-fiftha of the com crop will be practically safe. The pas- tures are still yielding a fair aupply of forage. Visitors to the lair should arrange to and see the excellent Myrtle Vm- tcl Company at the Opera every evening during fair time. Good ptoys will and interesting specia- fies intorduced between acU. Don t mins it, "Lieutenant Governor Smith would not sound BO bad, would it en- quire, the Charle. City Intelligencer. It would not, now or any time. Ebmi- nato the word L.eutenent and the rest wouldn't aound bad, either. i the weather aharp, tty next week, the county fair procviw to be a record breaker, for action. tan raioea, iporU _ x Iln.al PAt- It Will be Money in Your Pocket .if you BBJ Cloaks, Cloaks! Ladies' Cloaks, all Styles and Colors. Prices, of H ssess..-... Children's 96, Ladies' FurS, The very Lat- est! Prices, 3, 4. 5. 25- Everything in Latest Dress Goods. Best Calicos at 6 and 70. per yard. Best Outing Flannels, 10 to B 6to8c. pr yd. 8uilts and Bed Blankets, vershoes and Leggins. BEST FLOUR, per Sack, Underwear and Wrappers. Queen Quality Shoes for Ladies- Shoes for Hen. I6 Cents per HOLLAND 4. PAGE, 8th Northwood, Iowa,
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