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Worth County Index (Newspaper) - September 23, 1897, Northwood, Iowa The Index PER YEAR IS ADVANCE WORTH COUNTY INDEX Volume 16 Northwood Iowa Thursday September 23 1897 Number 44 The Job printing Only clan work turned oat H M D V I In I k O W IKTIICUK Dr O A Hurd AH and root Dr L G Hewitt to N L B ot your dsj or OBoe IB Dr I PHYSICIAN sna surgeon W F Ivan BOSTON STORE Dr J M I lowt DR S 2 RICE will Bt his STST A Iron 1st until tUe work on of bBBB for BI LBW snd to oar At MW door 01 Cheap never will be as cheap again At last there has been a reaction from the downward course of prices All kinds of dise have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent We anticipated the rise of prices and contracted for an enormous quantity of Men's Boys and Children's CLOTH ING at the old price and we are bound to sell them cheaper than clothing has ever been sold in Northwood pay you to lay in a stock now for next year Prices are bound to go up We are leaders in Up-to-date Popular-Priced J H A A Umt BU Raton ud In HUtt of It LAMB to J It Smith ol o north wood IBB A Worth B tBW But Baggage Line to tad from Bll it rnr bBm BDd SOCIETIES Bt W All IB COOd BTB I Lit Corps Mo 297 RE fail r M unit alter ht M in Mali Miller Lodge No 209 A ol V tolling J K M W Hope No 248 K of P W 1 li 01 K 3 Camp M W A In K P hill Rnd iMt of month Lodge No room IB Odd Bud Tidily of i Light No 266 AT A M Bt room IB on or full moon Men's Business Suits 54.00 to Men's Dress Suits from to Men's Dress Overcoats from 53.75 Men's Ulsters from to Men's and Boys heavy tonade and all-wool kersey Pants Duck Coats and Over- alls Best goods at lowest prices Boys two-piece Suits from 750 to 55.00 Boys School Suits from to Young Men's Suits from to and Ulsters from to oo Full line of Men's Boys dies and Children's Under- wear at all prices You will miss it if look at our stock and compare prices before you buy Respectfully yours Original Originator of High-Grade Goods at Low-Grade Prices Worth Gouty Index My Spring and r stock of THE PAST WEEK Thursday Ethin len of the Cuban league that the are to win out owing to the kindly intervention of our Uncle S European powers concede the of the United to inter- fere in Cuban Parts of Italy are by a cyclone which kills forty persons A German torpedo boat is off and eight of her crew including her the duke of Schwerin arc drowned It IB ed that hundreds of Jap soldiers dis- guised as immigrants are being cd at Hawaii to renist annexation The plague ii on the in bay Same with the yellow fever at New Orleans The gunboat ing is ordered front Frisco to lulu it in that Uncle Sam will send a squadron of war vessels to Morocco to secure redress of grievance of American citizens and prompt of claims The defence of Luetgert alleged wife murderer ia begun in Chicago and it promises to be sufficiently sensational Sec Sherman will speak at his old home Mansfield Ohio to help out Hanna's senatorial candidacy The monetary holds its ing in Washington Hon Geo F Edmunds chosen chairman Friday 24 Yc'.low fever is ly spreading in various portions of the South still the fatalities are not numerous A handsome isolated school building at New Orleans set apart for a yellow fever hospital is set on fire by a frenzied mob when engines arrive their hose are cut The police finally beat back the rioters and the firemen save the main portion of the building Japanese officials at Washington strenuously deny the statement that Jap troops are being at disguised or wise Uncle Samuel minds what they sar but decides to act just as though they hadn't said it feeling that they do protest too President and Mrs McKinley and party are accorded an immense ovation at and Lenox Mass and at the former the president makes a brief bright to the crowds of citizens and the little army of school children that block the streets John Brewing plant goes olT in amoke at La Frank Novak the around tad man recently brought back to Iowa from Alaska is indicted for he murder of Edward Murray MILLINERY IB now all la Never were styles more or prices lower I fully inrite to call and see for 8 O Tenold ravisher in Georgia ia hunted down confesses and is lynched off hand in open by a crowd of unmask- CARD MK I am not in politics I positively de- for und to af OrtO tt for tbo Trip 10 ano 17 Soft 7 anil o Wn Kor full li cull D O R ft for Fair lit tho B 0 lll 15 Saturday Britain out a former tion now notifies the United States that she cannot participate in the Washington sealing conference If sia and Japan take b thinks it is too late to change front now that having secured the ance of Russia and Japan to participate the will come off on schedule time tho the three nations co alone McKinley if the central figure in the ceremonials ing the of the corner stone of the Adams Memorial Library I building to commemorate the sacrifice and devotion of the brave men who went to their de- fence in the dark days of 35 years ago The president a brief but quent is a mild conflict on at Alton 111 over an at- tempt of the school board to evade the law by requiring colored school ren of whom there are many to by themselves in separate Democratic managers assembled vn Chicaro are devising ways meiLUS to shelve Billy Bryan the only one and to lay free silver away in the shade has the call just at present Sunday this morning four masked scoundrels up a Northern Pacific express near Moorhead N D but the plunder secured hardly amounts to a fair day's tor a lair clay s work From a financial the job is a rank negro found robbed and murdered in front of IN MITCHELL CO Worth people have peculiar interested in of heavily with a woman of the J the political and other of their John Becker a well-to-do German county both to the east and fanner near Carroll Iowa attend l the of us Our Carpenter church during the day and at night correspondent who often alludes in a hisT and children and way to finally himself at the over m Mitchell county doos so this end of the lint as week but in no his Somewhere this quiet Sabbath j usual to our way of there a of the peaceable I The correspondent is a Mitchell fruits of righteousness no doubt j an ho is a dozen miles nearer the b than are we and he may in perhaps superior and that Carroll Iowa horror find of information but no man deuce that Becker chloroformed his can be more impartial than we for we family before murdering them They have but slightest personal all in the forehead and there ance anti not a shadow of personal s no sifra of a struggle anywhere No interest in an j of the parties involved for is assigned ui cept that had been or relinquish the in favor of a T near is instantly killed by the accidental dis- charge of L n his own hands and at Iowa Bruno Peters similar fate by the discharge of a gun in the hands of his younger All the about resume work today and peace so at ville Pa where rival factions of called the Cavendish and gang's fight all night and leave a saloon and hotel the semes of their encounters wrecked and tilled with overthrown At least nine Poles receive fatal The Democracy of Greater New York nominate Henry George for and resolutions ing the action of the state committee to the Chicago Dem ui the campaign in Ohio the Polar on and Bryan and tlic issue relegated to the fever in New Orleans remains about wine and there is not much dauber it is thought of an epidemic The merchants and transportation com- arc anxious to resume with the outside world and think lie present quarantine of New York city hold their convention and nominate Gen U IT Tracy for mayor Spanish minister Dupuy de Lome unexpectedly in ington from Lenox where lie was spending the with his family The somewhat strained political tions with Spain arc naturally thought to be the cause of his sudden ance hut inofficial circles it is claimed to have no significance of An attorney from claims to have seen the wife of the maker some time ii the latter of May anil that slit consulted him about petting a divorce in- creases in area but not in of the defense in the are putting up a stiff fight According to it Mrs since the of her alleged murder has been seen in half Hiis world proposed and amendments to the New constitution nre ii the election of that th winter set in at the passes to tho blare de valuable public a Manila capital of the Spanish Kaa India possessions and many arc burned or crushed English are belting of th heathen an Gen wlm is a masco evidently lius tip quarters of the Tlic gentle will remember names MitcheM much convention seems have been very much of the nature like contributing another to Mitchell's deplorable case the matter is one of more than interest to tax payers in every unty Disclosures to date made through of treasurer's office by show substantially that Pelton gan stealing money soon after g charge of the office The amounts crease till in his third and term e misappropriated the during his six years aggregating from eight to nine When the books ere tux receipts were ft and from those and the reports ade by the treasurer to the board of the is being and the amount determined the of the nt while S R was deputy a of 5235 in March and it is on highest authority that no her crookedness has been shown up wring Mr Sheehan's six years tunt K Pelton was deputy under and also under Mr Shechan about June and he kept the He has been a very popular man bis father was also verv and it lias been and is hard or his to believe that lie has guilty Heaven forbid that we cast aspersions on the living or The sorely Pelton amily to have the deep of the community ia which they ve is and a living of burning tlie records which have shown conclusively who ic guilty party the Pelton All sorts of rumors re rife but when the work of the ex- erts is finished their findings will be presented to the grand ury and ii is hoped the guilty person r will be exposed and pun shed Judge Sherwin holding District Court at Osage now and it is rumored hat evidence will be ed to the grand jury Look out developments The Iowa for current contains the customary our pages of live practical il matter and is moreover accompani J by its for October which U from the pure v practical standpoint of o farmers on u a imely and well-chosen topics Suci as the of con fodder farm and farm gates vegetables for winter ing early lambs feeding and manage inent of farm horses etc are ex- treated by many farmer who give their own practice and ex including their 01 these topics respectively livery one of these Special Institut Editions to every subscriber The in one of the most valuable and prac tical farm papers in the country an its Farmers Institute are worthy of excellent in this respect Sample copies of bot the regular and Special Farmers Inst tute will be mailed to all DCS Iowa Homestead Co OK desire to an through the columns of my unqualified public the questionable methods bv Mr Heiny our present sheriff o Worth county and his friends to so cur a through the can primaries and claim that cause of a majority so got he is entitle to the full support of men who volt an work in that party irrespective of how the position was obtained It is tru Mr Heiny has generously authorise a journal of our to stamp the inti malign that liquor was Iy used to secure such a result n campaign lie while another comes to his with the assur thut one of his and not Mr if the party to be held account C freely dispensing it among Mr at or before primary election at In tbl f there is an and flagrant violation of the pro liquor law of Iowa that ye prevails to a limited extent ia Worth county and it now becomes as common citizens who have little time to study the machinery and used by the ostensibly nominee to secure majorities to in- how far these politicians can go n their utter disregard for the laws of Mir Ivind before are still able o assert ourselves as the sovereign become serfs to an impure political hierarchy instead of having servants in our high places Respectfully submitted O V EC K K KT A S DAY Thousand Sunday Schools in Iu Observe the Day October 10 The Iowa State Sunday School has set apart October 10 as Day This Association is lie organised co-operation of the ian people and the churches to Sunday school work in every throughout the state and the of this day has a 1 It is to be a day of prayer 2 A day of information the cople may learn more about the what it is and what it has done 3 A day of information when every unday school in Iowa that uses the lesson system is urged to iake a contribution of at least two cnls per member to be used in ate and international work and for le maintenance of our international system A brief program for the day and a Of information have been sent each Sunday school superintendent rough the county secretary These re furnished free by the state on and if your Sunday has jt received them and you wish to ob- the day along with all the other unday schools of the state you can C C Wallace DCS Moines and e will them to you at once hen the is taken it be at once sent your county Sunday school association or sent rect to J F Hardin of the association and our school and your county will be with the amount C C Field Sec Gsn Neal Dow the apostle of is dying at Portland Me Next Governor Leslie M Shaw the Iowa Republican campaign st Saturday iu a speech that Gen m like though it is satisfactory to is barely possible that Mr Shaw as not trying to please Mr Weaver Gen J B Weaver opened the aunty tripple campaign re a large audience at the Tuesday evening Gen ii u bright sarcastic speaker highly at pecking around the edges id making the worse appear the reason The cold storage building and ie big pigeon hatchery adjoining ere burned to tlie ground last v evening Many of tlie ved but whole nf them The were owned by Tin and were insured for hich probably comes nowhere near the loss Messrs L G Mitchell A D Beaver A Al Kossiter James Smith id Nels Thorson Democrats and N C and Populists were the Worthies j far as we can learn who met Messrs Lloyd Patterson ct al in ie sorier joint convention at Lakr ills which Mr K G representative In the first or conference held the of Wurth selected Mr Koney oi as their standard bin somo reason tlie it way ir i- conceded we think that u strong free and could put p i rattling oratorical campaign ro Kyle of the who was on ie thus what lie iv leased to call the love in his own At first the two a muddle but they y got straightened out fused U appears the rats had in mind as ne G A Roncy while the populists rere thinking of T C Koue refused to support Mr Roney it we do not know how the stood on Mr Rone although we re told he could have had the ion if he had so desired The breach r rather mixture iu names was final- r patched un bv the florid ig upon Mr Mitchell on the populists did not used Mr Mitchell is a man of Manly and has been under the Cleveland ad- until a few weeks ago rhen he removed We understand c in a good r T he Democrats no doubt mads a selection an they Twenty-one business men of to what the Tribune calls he Chet Dyke existence fund ng otV and procuring through a lot of combination letter heads on the backs of which appear the he lowest style of Twenty-one And no idea was so 1 pla The alleged write-up of Hritt al top column on back next to states that we will to say il the representative bel ever hold to chc fully respond to all 1075 J A EDWARDS CO jf if or COMMISSION MERCHANTS or on mid lop Our K id Grain and Provision Why? wO U two of Ui do our Work At lust wo aro of our tern are nimbly In the tho urn to It wo could tho RO to ilic pold you can stuy jit nml by our which you RCt for you cun Wo country lust of Onu us ur aro from 10 thuy nil letter mill tills wautho If could do tills for a month eral ilio v i In Tho In bo tin King hack to work tun il o shape of IL cloud ni outlook on of tho for mm oats We think tho present In years for nff lit If five With per wo think corn jind prices ami siro to Uny nnw On uny not jot much of ii decline In and n blp tin unit crop Is so we knew we week lui of lino bulls nil tho off side nu IL crops and itu we Hi Ink snld at nonio are which n Wi to think that wo urn our own horn but Is whut tills world busings lire mr In the board of world und we run It when we that we cot lop of f In our department It NO ran ur nil iho find I lie of Ly for It f Get secure of in loose Vory J CO rene Department A thoughtful consideration of what a well-made suit means will to mind many points of goodness that the Mrs JANE HOPKINS SUITS contain but are sadly neglected in the nary ready-to-wear clothing Every garment we sell bearing the label of Mrs JANE HOPKINS we do not antee If you have your little fellows wear them you'll think the same in a bleak aad No print shop in North jwa would such an abortion on s customers for love or money the twenty-one ve firing look to their home to exploit the special ad of interests and its Mi and to urge everyone in that to build up home industries and INSTITUTIONS Till line to our certain knowledge hat een business moat though Bailey in hts List sue denig-cs of it in tins Here we have been fooling for ears printing stationery at just 1 price Of course we have our clothing in Paris and i air the old rascal buys his in We always Detour in ca our in Patagonia we get laved in Australia have our whiskey hipped in from and hen we want from a aurant we invariably it from Our pants made The in and stable came from Ethiopia ut darn our pants button if we ever cot out of town to save ten on a worth of stationary nor wrote ettor oil a program to a hen hen we want to eat at a hotel we at a sample letter of the two Hritt with and the around it etc That is just the way all newspaper men They never any circumstances contribute to the public revenue except little good advice and they never uy a worth at home when they in Patagonia Isn't it plain trh they are not entitled to ie consideration in the we two Ol l lit line art and they arc to men and rvi The stuff looks as ed by a bungling blacksmith by THR CUL I Grain buyer Roper A Grafton sitor Sunday Dr was a Monday this bailiwick Mrs C left for home near Wis Kobb entertained visitors Oni Sunday Property in town is up in alue since the boom is on Mitchell county itt not the only in tho scandal order Prof Will Ford was a St Ansgar sitor Saturday Sunday Mrs Kleinwort is expected her Wisconsin visit this cek Lv C is loading up on inter ind a lino Hue of them c has too Mrs N has been the for the past week She Mr arrived home InM much improved in Now we have a shoemaker ring on your repairing The next item of is one lat overlook The fact U is stepping very on account of the arrival of a nine-pound boy at his home orn Sunday Mother add nicely thank C of Albert Lea will put in harness shop hero He to c ready for work in a couple of weeks rented the store room of H C ion We predict for Mr Fritz business and as he is a ood honest workman there will be no of it The mass held iu ast week was about a farce as one would wish to ake in A lot of soreheads ier and nominated four one poor lone to fir he offices of treasurer i herill and coroner I but arc hut Gentlemen is dug jro ump in you are already juried Five were chosen to help a new candidate for from this township They were F Johnel Kot Jensen Eric Aug and Capt The successful candidate K Scott 1 man The sun is through defalcations and someone to get it pood and to that it won't be Slant R Pel ton Such Tis simply rotten md lo try and MX the a you tip head that m innocent party just for political Shame shame t Vor all tlic many sympathy after the death of my husband Win and daughter and fyr all the help and encouragement re- during the latter's I hereby extend my thanks MRS WM Children's Reefer Suits And Overcoats LuN 1711 1710 1352 306 Suits 3 4 5 6 7 and 8 Lots 265 2053 Overcoats all wool in blue black pray bruwn and mixture with a bip collar trimmed with braid Your choice in these Suits and Overcoats FOR Ask to see cur Boys f ants Age 4 to 15 fine all-wool reinforced seats and knees Twenty different styles Your choice S O C HOLLAND LUND The Iowa Homestead As An Agricultural Paper Is The Best Dollar's Worth Ever Offered to the Iowa Farmer ru ft wco igo staff of and m and Tne liberal education In SHEEP ITS CATTLE AND SWINE TEACHINGS QUOTED formers Tor ID i A In at i valuable 8 J w a by farm In U Special Farmers Institute Editions card In paper FIW in lown I would not do out your valuable paper for a good deal and your Special Farmers In- la farmers wo can topics of to ue And our opinions the card t HOMESTEAD DBS MOINES Mr ol tan Somo that corns to mj cf the ol tue but a Irom tlw U the Informal dropping In ol from ttw adjoining farm In ol information and once him welcome A Plain Parental Duty It is the duty of parents to know whether the their 1 is perfect or defective Statistics recently compiled by the school board tit city the fact that one out of four imperfect vision Children with imperfect vision are at a great They en n not be expected to prepress with their more for- mates unless the defects nrc corrected Their mental de- velopment is hampered by the innocent ignorance of these one it ions Mothers sometimes say that or a girl is not enough for glasses If a child Isold to study it is enough for They muy not he but worn at the right time they may pre- vent more trouble later may cure a defect too WE TEST EYES FRKE Of Better have your children's tested school Prof PARSONS will be it Manly ami Northwood on dates hereafter to be made known Hottest reliable advice free of in c.isc von our or cot All work guaranteed by C W Manly Iowa W The above is a cut of the International Cyclopaedia the finest reference library now published Its subjects cover branch of knowledge and art education re- ligion politics government biography inventions discovery medicine law literature etc etc etc It is complete dear reliable up to date finely illustrated full of new maps every country in the world in- new railroad and county of ail the states It takes the place of a thousand dollar library No home Is complete without it It is a vast mine of always ready to yield its treasures What finer pift could parents put in their home? Inquire of E W G for special terms He is making the remarkable offer of a Webster International Diction ary a premium Look in the window of the Palace Drug Store and iee the pie set N L JORDL I GENERAL BLACKSMITHING BICYCLE All work done promptly and a thorough workmanlike The Worth Comity State Bant manner HARNESS HELLS WHIPS LAP ROBES ami everything else in the ine Prices as low auy i where CAPITAL The oldest Bank in the ty The only Incorporated Bank m the county The largest Capital of any Bank in the county Strict attention to business and square dealing wins Interest paid on Time De posits Safety to rent Real estate loans a specialty A J President B H Vice T TOYB Cashier Directors A J B H Li DWELLS w v H T TOYB
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