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Dentist: Bishop at Exira every day
Shrauger & Hunt sells Moline discs
and Moline wagons.
Genuine New Departure cultivators
at Shrauger & Hunt
Insure with the Continental Insur
ance Company. Theo. Patty Agent, Xa
.* Fred Delahoyde is building a wire
fence on the south side of his residence
lots.
Bert Leamon is visiting his parents
at Wappelo, Louisa county, for a few
days.
Doug Hamlin has had a well dug
on his lots, in the souih-east part of
1 town.
Rev. H. L. Wissler was was ajt Au
dubon Tuesday morning visiting his
friends.
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Mrs. Stella Gearheart returned last
Monday from her extended visit in
Nebraska.
Dr. J. M. Rendieman, of Joplin,
Missouri, is here visiting his children
for a few "days.
Miss Stella McNally visited with her
brother, Frank, at Lorali, from Friday
till Monday last.
Miss Katie Tharnish has returned
from Omaha for a brief visit with her
parents, in tjiis,city.
John Crane arrived in Exira last
Sunday evening and will visit a few
weeks with his family.
Any one in need of monumental
work should call or write to S. E.
:, Grant, Atlantic, Iowa.
Joseph Bell, of this city, has been
hired to teach school No. 9, in Audu
bon township, this spring.
John Dawson, who lives near the
Beers Grove, in Greeley, is the father,
of a new ten-pound gjirl baby.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
George Knox, who live on the Hensley
place south of town, is very ill.
Mrs. Fred Voss is visiting with her
""parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Andrew Ander
4 son, in east Audubon township.
Miss Alice Harrison came up from
Newton on the morning train, last
Tuesday, called here by the accident
to her mother.
Miss Kit Kelsey, at Dumont, Iowa,
is suffering from blood poison, con
tracted while in the performance of
her duty as nurse.
i' 'M Mrs. StatzelJ, so Walter Copeland
tells us, will receive $8000.00 insurance
that her husband, the late I. L. Stat
zell, had taken out on his life.
Miss Bachael Bodey returned Mon
day from her visit with relatives at
Fort Madison, Iowa. She will open
her millinery store in the A. Campbell
building.
Saturday, Maach 19th, is the feast of
Saint Joseph. There will be High
Mass at the Catholic church, in' tnis
city, at 9 o'clock in the morning of
that day.
Mrs. S. D. Harn, of West Town,
has gone to Omaha to have a cataract
removed from over her eye, that was
afflicting the lady so severely that she
could not see.
Fred C. J. Voss is running an agri
cultural house for a gentleman at Mc
Cool Junction, Nebraska, and will
return next week and remove his fam
ily to that city.'
Today, Thursday, March 17th is
Saint. Patrick's Day. Rev. Father
Zaiser delivered the panegyric on the
Patron Saint of Ireland at Saint Pat
rick's church, in Neola, this evening.
Don't annoy others by your cough
ing, and risk your life by neglect
ing a cold. One Minute Cough Cure
cures coughs, colds, croup, grippe and
all throat and lung trouble. C. W.
Houston.
Mack and Otto Thomas received
word last week that'their cousin, Jake,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Thomas,
had been killed by the kick of a horse.
The young gentleman was, in Wyom
ing at the time of the terrible accident.
Last Monday night there was a re
union and a good-bye party at the J.
B. Connrardy home, south of town.
About fifty of Mrs. Connrardy's friends
called to see her before hei departuer for
Ashford, Nebraska, where she has gone
with her'sister, Mrs. John Wright, for
.an extended visit.
From a private letter received by W.
H. Bowman, of this city, from Mr. W.
C. Mitchell, formerly of Exira, but
now located at Cardiff", Scott county,
Arkansas, reports himself and family
as well and highly pleased with their
new location. They- send their best
respects to all inquiring Audubon
.county friends.
At the caucus held in the Town
Hall, on Wednesday evening last, the
following city ticket was nominated:
C. E. Breniman, Mayor.
\V. W. Sickels, Councilman
G. W. Guernsey, Councilman.
J. M. Thomas, Recorder.
Ja George W. Kreamer, Treasurer.'
P. I. Whitted, Assessor.
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The school election in Exira, last
Monday, was quiet a spirited affair,
there being two tickets in the field,
and resulted in the election of Edwin
Delahoyde for Treasurer and John I.
Hensley, for Director by the following
vote:
Edwin Delahoyde...
John I. Hensley
N. P. Christenseu....
Walter Copeland
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Horses—Mules!
WANTED!—The best Draft Horses
and Fancy Chunks I can get, weigh
ing,from 1,050 to 1,800, for Eastern and
export market. Also Knee Actors and
Pacers, the more* speed the better. I
will also buy good mules, both large
and small. All must be fat and well
broken. Bring ii your big Drafts and
Fancy Chunks and I will buy them
and pay the highest market price. I
will be at Ejfira, Iowa, on Monday,
March 21, 1898, for one day only,
i* E. 15. POWELL.
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Miss Louie Welch was shopping at
Atlantic last Saturday.
Brick for the new creamery on the
Littlefield farm is being hauled this
week.
Hoods Pills are the only pills to take
tvith Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy, yet
efficient.'
The Exira schools will take a vaca
tion, of one week, beginning next
Monday.
See the Crackijack corn planter and
^rood Enough riding plows at Shrau
ger & Hunt's.
Mrs. Annie Wengler, of Chicago, a
sister of the late Jacob Rabson, lett for
her home last Monday.
Mrs. I. L. Stat zell has paid off the
indebtedness against her home in
Kickapoo Park, in this city.
Miss Clare Powell, sister of Ernest,
was in Exira, last Saturday, visiting
with her relatives and friends.
John Gray received a letter this
week telling him that his father, who
resides at Chicago, was very ill.
Joe Roberts and Charley Delahoyde
lett last Saturday fdr Cheyenne, Wyo
ming, where, they go to hire pjut as
sheep herders.
The most complete and latest market
reports are found in the Omaha Bee.
If you cannot get the Daily try the
Weekly at 65c a year.
The Fullerton Company sold the
lumber for the Audubon Township
Creamery and Chris Jessen, the build
er, is busy framing the same.
George Myess was elected School di
rector in district No. 2, Audubon town
ship, last week, and Peter Winkleman
was elected in No. I, the same town
ship. _u__
Mrs. Kauteberger, mother of Mrs.
Charles Prohaska, of Audubon town
ship, after a pleasant visit here, return
ed to her home at Waukeegan, Michi
gan, last week.
Miss Birdie Gano will return to-Des
Moines this evening to resume her
medical treatment in an institution in
that city. Birdie's many friends hope
to see her fully restored.
Mrs. Nattie Hamlin has moved to
town and occupies her recently pur
chased property, the John Dicus house,
in the south part of town. Mrs. Ham
lin's many friends are glad to.,welcome
her to our midst.
Mr. G. L. Rustin, a friencl* of Rev.
Wissler, while on his way from-South
Daktoa to Southern Iowa, visited with
Rev. Wjssler last Monday night. On
•his wagon cover was this, suggestive
sign: "In Iowa We Trust!*
Mr. James Henry is not enjoying
very good health this spring, being un
able to perform manual labor ana lias
to sit propped up in his easy chair.
Uncle James.' many friends hope to see
him soon able to,
at tend to business.
Some of the bhoys seem to be
having a streak of hard luck, judging
from the fact that two of them pawned
their watches and another pawned
his shirt recently to another one whose
star, just at present, seems to be in the
ascendency.
Y. P. S. C. E. of Christian church
give an entertainment and supper, at
the K. P. O""""
the evenin
price _.
and your supper will cost you ten cents
You are promised a bushel of fun.
The Stephen Gano and Al. Vorhees
families have been 'licking their chops
and living on the top shelf for the past
few days. Their cousin, Mr. Sam Spell
man, sent them two hundred and fifty
fresh clams and two hundred and fifty
fresh oysters, all of them in the sheli,
from the rock-ribbed coast of Old Is ew
Jersey.
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I keep Groceries and- dry and salt
meats and sell cheap, as I have no rent
to pay. Give good price for butter and
eggs. Give me a call. FRED L. AN
DREWS, West Exira, Iowa. Butter
and eggs taken in exchange for Wall
Paper. Latest styles just received. I
will pay as much per pound for chick
ens as anybody.
Frank Gault and Ollie Breuiman
went to Chicago, last Saturday night
with four carloads of stock that Hens
ley Brothers & Brown shipped to mar
ket. Frank will buy a stock of goods
for his big store, and Ollie, after seeing
the sights for a day or two, will hie
away to Brooklyn, Iowa, to visit his
parents before returning to Exira.
Mrs. Bodey and her son Harry and
her nephew, Mr. W. W. Walker,, of
Paso Robles, California, arrived in
Exira last Saturday night. Mrs.
Bodey and her son expect to make this
city their future home, but Mr. Walk
er, after a short visit here with his
sister, Mrs. Doctor J. C. Newlon, will
journey on to Dallas, Illinois, .to visit
with relatives.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel Johnson, -up in Greeley, last Tues
day at high twelve, occurred one of
those quiet weddings, Miss Prudence
\7. Boyer, to Mr. Claude E. Jayne.
Only a few intimate relatives and
friends Were present to witness the
pretty ceremony. After the ceremony
had been performed and congratula
tions extended the happy couple were
addressed by two of Audubon county's
best old soldiers, Mr. Setli Hartzejl and
H. H. Williamson. That night the
tin can and cow bell orchestra tuned
up and gave the bride and groom a
jolly serenade. "Hayseed" has nib
bled at choice bits of the wedding cake
and showered his choicest blessings
upon Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jayne. The
newly married folks were the recipi
ents of many choice presents, among
whiclfwere the following:
Mr. arid Mrs. Samnel Johnson, bed
ding, to.wels, lamp, cow and chickens.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jayne, set of
silver table spoons, set of silver tea
spoons and some chickens.
Mr. an4 Mrs. Arthur Stoner, fine
linen table spread.
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Hartzell, lamp.
Mr. and Mrs. James Boyer, churn.
Mr. .and Mrs. John McNary, tidy.
Wm. Johnson, hair ornament to the
bride, fine nectie to groom.
For Farm Machinery, Pumps, Hard
ware, "Clover Seed, see Fred Deladoyde.
All kinds of Sewing Machines repair
ed at Hamler's jewelry store.
See Shrauger & Hunt for piinips,
pump repairs and for pump repairing.
Hans Hansen has the' agency for all
kinds of Steam Ship Tickets, at Gaults'.
Jap Botts is now located at Monroe,
Nebraska, where he will remain until
next fall.
John Beckman closed his term of
school at No. 2, Audubon township,
last Friday.
George Huber, of Hamlin township,
joined the Exira Woodmen Lodge,
last Monday night.
M. M. Peso, a large cattle owner of
Clay county, Iowa, was nere tnis
week visiting his cousins, B. C. and
L. A. Dutcher.
Mrs. Ragan is home from her goods
buying expedition and will soon daz
zle your eyes with a display of lovely
Easter bonnets.
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George. Cliristensen received two (Sir
loads of brick this evening for the
foundation to that big house that he
is building, west of town.
Mrs. T. L. Jones, of Boone, Iowa, a
sister of Mrs. C. W. Johnson, after a
few days' pleasant visit here with her
sister, left for her home last Monday
evening.
The two-year-old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Sand ford, who live on the John
I. Hensley farm, just north of the de
pot, died this morning and will be
buried Friday.
Mrs. Banning and. her daughter,
Miss Jessie, left on the Tuesday noon
train for Wauthena, Kansas, where
they will reside with Mrs. Banning's
daughter, Maggie.
Charlie Johnson writes to his mother
and sisters, the Misses Amanda and
Sarah, that he is much pleased with
his school at Valparaiso, Indiana, and
is prospering nicely.
We guarantee th.e circulation of the
Journal, inside the boundary lines of
Audubon county, to exceed 1,500 copies
weekly. Our entire weekly edition
exceeds 2,000 copies. bri:
Seekers after gold know they may
be disappointed, but seekers after
health take Hood's Sarsaparilla with
the utmost confidence that it will do
them wonderful gSod.
Miss Amber Kelsey cartie home from
her visit, at Menjo, this evening. She
was accompanied by her aunt, Mrs.
Van Duser, who will visit at the Kel
sey home for a few days:
Mr. Filmore Dorsey, a brother of
Mrs. Al. Andrews, of West Town, rep
resenting the J. B. Owen Pottery Com
pany, of Zanesville, Ohio, the largest
concern of the kind on earth, is nere
visiting with that lady for a week.
A thrill of terror is experienced when
a brassy cough sounds through the
house'at night. But the terror soon
changes to relier after One Minute
Cough Cure has been administered.
Safe and harmless for children. G, W.
Houston.
There is anew song going the rounds
of the paper and it runneth this wise:
We don't want to buy at your place,
we won't trade there any more you'll
be sorry whpn you see us going to some
other store. You can't sell us any stale
goods, we have opened wide our eyes
we don't want to trade at your store,
'cause you do not advertise."
About the cheekiest thing we have
heard of for some time is of a tramp
who stole several boxes of axel grease
from a farmer. He put the same in
tin boxes, and peddled it from house
to house as corn sal,ve, and actually
sold two boxes of it for a quarter to the
farmer from whom he stole it.—Ex.
Several of the Masons of this city at
tended the funeral of R. G. Phelps, at
Atlantic, last Saturday, whose burial
was attended by a craft composed of
the officers of the Masonic Grand
Lodge of Iowa. The Exira Masons
were Hon. Williim Walker, George
Kreamer, Rev. H. L. Wissler, Doctor
Newlon, Tom Allen and H, H. Dimick.
The whistle of a locomotive can be
heard 3,000 yards, the noise of a train
3,800 yards, the report of a musket and
bark of a dog 1,800 yards, the roll of a
drum 1,600 yards, the croak of a frog
900 yards, a cricket chirp 800 yards, a
dinner bell two miles, and a call to get
up in the morning tha,t travels 3 feet
and 7 inches takes seventy-nine min
utes and then has so squeeky a voice,
that it cannot be heard.
The Chocktaw, Oklahoma & Gulf
Railway began work at El Reno on
March 7th on an extension, with Arrap
ahoe, Oklahoma, as an objective point.
Forty.miles of the contract is already
let and a large force of men are em
ployed. This road, when completed,
will add another smile to the genial
countenance of 5ur old neighbor, Ha
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denbrook, and besides bringing his cho
sen town within easy touch of civiliza
tion. It will add hundreds tff dollars
to his increasing exchequer.
Mr. G. F. Kapp, an attorney, has
located in Exira. Mr. Kapp was for
two years a partner, in Butte, Nebras
ka, of J. H. Mosier,\ of Audubon. He
He is a native of Pennsylvania, and a
graduate of the Pennsylvania State
Normal school, at Millersville, having
graduated in 1884, and also a graduate
of the Northern Indiana Law School,
at Valparaiso, with high honors and
had conferred upon him the degree of
B. He was counsel for the de
fense in the very noted murder trial of
the alleged murder of Barrett Scott,
Treasurer of .Holt county, Nebraska,
which, no doubt, most of our readers
remember from its great noteriety.
Mr. Kapp is a member of the Nebraska
Legislature, representing the Twen
tieth Representative District, consist
ing of Knox and Boyd counties, and
comes most highly recommended, not
only as an attorney of eminence, but
also a gentleman and a scholar of
whom any community may well be
proud. His family, consisting of his
wife and child, who "'are now visiting
with friends, will shortly arrive.
(Jure that Cough with Sliiloh's
Cnro. Tlio best Cure. Believes Group prompt
ly. One million bottles sold last year 4(1 dos
esfor a3o, Sold by V. W. Houston.
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Jpke Bauer pays 8c per pound for
hides. Bring- 'em in.
Sewing Machine Repairs of all kinds
at Hamler's jewelry store.
George and Charlie McClain have
finished planting a large acreage of
wheat.
A big. invoice of Consolidated Field
Fencing for sale at the Green Bay
Lumber Yard, Exira.
Go and exanrine the Consolidated
Field Fencing now on sale at the
Green Bay Lumber Yard.
The Consolidated Field Fence always
keeps its shape. For sale only at the
Green Bay Lumber Yards.
A. L. Culver, a former resident of
Exira, has moved from Nevinsville,
Iowa, to Stuart, Nebraska.
His many friends will be sorry to
learn that John Dodge is again suffer
ing of an attack of(appendicitis.
Gus Gault is again a vejy sick man.
His cftndition being such as t»require
the attention of his friends both night
and day.
Rev. H. D. Small will preach for the
Methodists at the K. P. Hall, Sunday
night, in the absence of Rev. O. T.
Nichols, who is assisting Rev. Krell
on the Audubon Circuit.
.Mr. J. M. Carr, of Bridge
water, Iowa,
has leased ground near the Joe Lefflng
well residence, at West Town, and is
preparing to bum a few million brick
in Exira this summer.
Those who have promised to bring
the Journal office wood and chunks on
subscription can confer a favor on us
by suddenly appearing with a Ibad or
two of said wood or chunks.
Children and adult tortured by burns
scalds, injuries, eczema or skin disease
may secure instant relief by using De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the
great pile remedy. C. W. Houston.
George Kness has pitched his tent
at Decatur, Benton county, Arhansas,
and writes in glowing teams of the
beauties of that country. Mrs. TCnoaa
and the children will start next Mon
day to join Mr. Kness in the land of
his choice.
Mrs. John Harrison met with a seri
ous accident last Monday. She under
took to drag a trunk up stairs and
when near the top lost her footing and
fell, headforemost, to the bottom of
the stairway, striking on her rieht
side, cutting a gash on her temple,In
juring her lip quite severely and break
ing both bones of the fore arm at the
wrist. Doctor Newlon was called and
set the injured member, and she is
getting along as well as could be ex
pected.
Hensley Brothers bought nice bunch
es of fat stock this week as follows:
One car of very fancy fat cattle of
of Thielen Brothers one car of cattle
and one car of hogs of George Wahlert
a nice bunch of hogs of Jake and John
Wahlert they also shipped a car load
of steers out of their own yards that
averaged 1'560 pounds, one steer in the
bunch had been fin the yiard jtist ten
months and gained even one thousand
Eounds. Hensley Brothers & Brown
ave made arrangements to hereafter
ship their stock to a packing house at
Indianapolis, Indiana.
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The Journal is in receipt of the fol
lowing letter:
Sundance, Wyoming, March 11, '98.
Friend Guernsey.—It may be an
item of news to your readers to know
that Barzilla Sylvester, who was for
many years a resident of your city, de
parted this life this morning at 3
o'clock. He took a severe cold about a
week ago and gradually grew worse
until the end. He suffered but little
and no apparent cause of his death
was Apparent except ripe old age, he
being seventy-nine years old. He will
be laid to rest, tomorrow, in the ceme
tery beside the remains of his wife
who died here three years ago. He was
tenderly cared for during his last sick
ness and died without a regret.
Yours respectfully,
''"vifei M. NICHOLS."
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A Resolution to extend the Incorporation
Lines of Exira, Iowa.,
Be it Resolved By the Trustees of the
Incorporated Town of Exira, that the
incorporated lines shall be extended as
provided in Section 615 of the Code of
1897, fixing the boundaries as follows:
Beginning at the northeast corner of
Lot 12, Section 3, Township 7S, Range
35 running thence due north forty
rods^on the east line of Lot 5, Section
3, Township 78, Range 35 thence due
west 372 rods to a point in Lot 5, Sec
tion'4, Township 78, Range 35 thence
tlue south 200 rods tci the south line of
Lot 13, Section 4, Township 78, Range
35 thence east to connect with the
present south line.
The question will be submitted to
the voters at the regular town election
on March 28, 1898.
The above resolution was adopted
by the Trustees of the Incorporated
Town of Exira, Iowa, at a regular
meeting held on the 14th day of Feb
ruary, 1898.
c.
E. BRENIMAN,
Mayor.
.J.M.THOMAS,
Recorder.
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We sold out our winter stuff entire
ly and got the money for it with which
to buy spring and summer goods.
We investigated all the different
markets and discovered that by pay
ing the CASH we could buy MUCH
cheaper and a very much nicer and
later-styled line of goods in New
York City than elsewhere and we
wish to announce to our patrons and
al 1 others that visit Exi ra that we have
bought the largest and best selected
line ol Fancy Dry Goods, Notions,
Etc., that ever came to Audubon
county, most of which will be here
ready for inspection by March 1^5.
We respectfully -invite you to call,
look over our stock, compare prices
and buy where you can get the most
for your money.
WM. WALKER
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WE put the cash bomb under the
"High Prices" and the result was
very gratifying to us.
Audubon Township News.
Dick Clark is in our midst again.
J. C. Rose is building1 a hog house.
Jno. Henderson is working for Jno.
Vokt.
F. J. Navratil is putting in a pair
of scales.
Chas. B^hnie and W111. "Wahe were
in Anita last Monday.
Mrs. Wm. Huff, who has been very
ill, is improving slowly.
'Squire Hansen and iamily were in
Exira on business this week.
Miss Britton preached to a crowded
house, last Sunday, at No. 9.
Jens Wolf attended the 'Botna. Val
ley Creamery meeting last week.
J. R. Call is doing some papering
for Mr. Murry, our new neighbor.
W. E. Parrott spent last week at
Father Zion's, near Hamlin Station.
Miss Sarah Johnson, of Exira, was
visiting this neighborhood last week.
S. F. Donaldson marketed hogs at
Anita this week. Price, $3.60 per'
hundred.
Wm. Baylor was elected director at
No. 4, and Hugh Farrell at No. 8, last
Monday.
J. R. Call has recovered from his
runaway accident sufficient to be out
around again.
John Edwards and Lon Littlelield
are talking of going to Texas to look
at the country.
Elder C. A. Lockhart was visiting
at the hospitable home of Jacob
Swin, last week.
Jas. Cihak moved si house to his
dwelling last Monday to be used as a
summer kitchch.
Rev. George Herrick will preach at
school house No. 1) next Saturdav
night., March 19th.
The Audubon Township Creamery
is progressing finely under the super
vision of Jens Wolf.
11. A. Campbell, of Cass county,
was a visitor at the E. B. Perry
hofne, last Monday.
Francis Edwards purchased a line
Short-horn bull calf at Wiota, pay
ing one hundred dollars for him.
John Edwards brought from Ver
mont some genuine maplq sugvr. The
writer knows for he has tasted it.
Frank Cihak has purchased a fence
machine for making wire fence. He
can make fourteen different kinds.
Fred Fanclier, who formerly resid
ed in this township but who now re
sides in Cass county, was here this
week looking for a school.
E. B. Perry, the assessor, has finish
ed his rounds and is now balancing
his books. He finds that Wm. Doffing
gave the largest amount pf personal
property of anyone in this township
and A. F. Littlefield second Samuel
Dutlor the most moneys and credits
H. J. Suplee the most hogs—one hun
dred head. He also linds that there
is personal property owned in his
township by two hundred and four
teen individuals.
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