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(3 4 CD S3 ft) A (53 0 «4-l 0 0 0 6r«n Bay Cumber Company Carries a complete stock as generally found in a first-class Lumber Yard. We call your special at tention to our CONSOLIDATED FIELD FENCING Is wade in 16 different styles and is guaranteed to turn all kinds of stock. Nothlngbut Large, Galvanized Wire, of the Best Bessemer Steel, used in Its construction. A FENCE THAT ALWAYS KEEPS ITS SHAPE. Crimp and Joint. SW & Johnny Hicks Invites you to call at the. Blue Front Livery Barn.... When you want a STYLISH. SAF"E CHAS. VAN GORDER, President. JOHN McDANIELS, Vice-President. ED. DELAHOYDE, Cashier. Exchange Bought and Sold. WWWW WWWW WWWW1 THREE MONTHS TREATMENT. Why do we make this remarkable offer? That wo may introduce our new and won- 1 derfully successful treatment of heart dis-' ease. The symptoms are Short Breath, Pain, Tenderness or Disease in chest, left side or arm Weak or Hungry Spells, Ly ing on side uncomfortable Choking in4 throat Weak, Faint, Sinking or Smoth- SPEEDY TEAM Everything new—'Bus to and from all trains. Farmer teams given the best of attention. We are here to serve you promptly, satisfactorily and at the lowest price. 1 erlng Spells, often mistaken for Asthma I ESTABLISHED I8Qq Swelling of Feet and Ankles Dropsy Throbbing in head, neck, side or stomach Hard Beating and Irregular Pulse, etc. Physicians aro constantly makiug the most serious mistakes in treatment. Franklin Miles, M. IX, LL. B., Physi cian in Chief of America's Great Medical Institute, has developed, as the result of 24 years very unusual experience a system of iv at an is in re treatments. Each has wonderful curative powers and cures a certain form of HEART DISEASE. Dr. Miles has furnished more people with heart medicine than any other pliy sician who has ever lived. His practice extends all over this continent. We have 2000 patients under our treat ment. Have cured hundreds pronounced incurable by leading physicians. Persons having weak, nervous or diseased hearts, stomachs, livers or nerves, who wish to take advantage of this liberal offer should write immediately for further particulars, hooks. 1000 references, and testimonials from Bishops, Bankers. Clergymen, May ors. Farmers, etc. Write at once describ ing your case to I AMERICA'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Elkhart, Indiana. There are three little things that do more work than any other three little things created—they are the ant, the bee and I)e Witt's Little Early Risers, the last being the famous little pill for stomach and liver ills. C. W. Houston. 4 W '(0 The hinge joint at each intersection of the wires •bakes an adjustable (ence and prevents stay wires from bending. The crimp in the strand wire provides for expan sion and contraction and prevents stay wire from moving out of place. MANUFACTURED Consolidated Steel and Wire Co., Chicago. FOR SALE BY fienry Robwr, mgr. It Collections promotly attended to Money to loan on sood securities EXCHANGE BANK. TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS I EXIRA, IOWA. Two Description, A Florida editor, describing a tragedy in that state, says: "Like an assassin in the dark, with stealthy, silent tread, tiptoeing, he approached the bedside where beau ty slept in sweet innocence. Poising himself above the silent, peaceful form, he grinned in devilish glee then, closing his eyes and gritting his teeth, the keen bladed knife was thrust into the warm, kind breast. Not a word was uttered. He went as he had come—silently, stealthily. The deed was clone." Compare the above agony with the brief, breezy description of a Georgia editor, writing on a similar subject "Like a snake lie crope through the window, set bis foot on the floor, stood over tho bed wliero Unole Bil ly was a-lyin, reached for his pants and took out $16—all the money Uncle Billy had in the world—then croped back to the window, swung himself out and slid right into the arms of the high sheriff of the coun ty. "—Atlanta Constitution. And Yet Ho Sled. A wanderer from the Flowery Kingdom recently died in Mel bourne. It transpired at the inquest that he had been treated by a Chi nese physician who gave him pills each the size of a duck's egg. There were said to be 40 different ingredi ents in tho medicine, including blood, grasshoppers, ashes, bone dust, clay, dates, honey, sawdust and ground up insects. Where the Thought Was. Margaret—Mr. Pentameter poet ically describes Edna and Tom Shal low as two souls with but' a single thought. Jack Blunt—Yes, and Edna has She thought.—Philadelphia North American. found the Right Kind Severe Pains in the Stomach lna digestion and Constipation Health and Strength Restored- How It was Accomplished. I have been troubled very much with indigestion and constipation for the last ten years. Five years ago I was confined to my bed and suffered severe pains in my stomach. These spells would occur four or five times a day and were almost unen durable. I was weak and nervous and could not eat anything but the simplest food. I read about so many wonderful cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla that I deter mined to try it. The first bottle ol Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills were enough to convince me that I had at last found the right kind of medicines. I con tinued taking them until I was well. Last spring after my baby was born I did not regain my strength. I resorted to Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Fills and they restored me to health." MBS. LOUISA ERGESON, Fosston, Minnesota. Hood's Sarsaparilla ir sold by all drug gists. fl six for |6. Be aura to get Hood's and only Hood's. London Barber Shops. Visitors to London from America are always complaining that there are no up to date barber shops. In comparison our shops are kingly This is partially explained by the fact that most Englishmen who de sire shaving, hair cutting and sham pooing keep valets, who are to b« had for a very small sum. Still there are thousands of gentlemen in London who cannot afford a per Bonal attendant and would appreci ate a well kept barber shop. As fox wealthy Americans, even those who keep valets, they sometimes like tc enter a barber shop, but when in London they cannot do this unlesi they patronize certain of the new hotels which have been compelled solely because of the insistence ol American travelers, to put in up tc date barber shops.—San Francisco Argonaut. Karl's Clover Root Tea is a pleasant laxative. Regulates the bowels, puri fiea the blood. Clears the complexion, Easy to make and pleasant to take. 25 cenra Sold by V. W. Houston. NOTICE. All persons knowing' themselves indebted to the county of Audubon for taxes of 1890 and previous years can save costs by promptly paying the same, thereby savingconstable fees. THOS. WALKER, Collector, You can Earn Money Sawing Wood. And Save Money by Buying Tour HOLIDAY GOODIES At Amnion's Popular Restaurants- Everything New and Fresh. Good Candies, Pure Candies, SweetCandies, Fr etty Can dies, Nice Nuts, Delicious Dates, Finest Cigars, Ele gant Figs, Fears, Bananas Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Big Ousters and Little Crackers. Remember that we carry a complete line of Gaskets, coffins, Robes. Etc. Mike Mushrush is grippy. Roberts' is headquarters for wall paper, paints, oils, etc. Mr. and Mrs. John Ruhs became the fond parents of a big girl baby. The Presbyterian parsonage is being remodeled and a new porch added. Clerk Woodward's brother Char-, lie, of Chicago, passed a couple of days with him this week. The money is rolling into the treasurer's office this week, as April 1st is the last day of grace. E. B. Wright, of Maine, was buy ing up some fine draft horses Mon day for shipment to Boston. Hart & Eddy received an order this week for $25 worth of bee sup plies from parties in Guthrie Cen ter. Cards are out announcing the marriage April 5th of Miss Iva Creveling to T. H. Ericson of New ton. The Park Hotel is fast g-aining the reputation among the traveling public as a strictly first-class hotel and its patronage is increasing ac cordingly. John Doak has moved his slaug ter house to the 40 acres south of its old site. He is also putting up a fine steel wind mill he purchased of Geo. Hoover. In the case of Commercial Bank of Atlantic vs. N. D. Hamlin, ad ministrator to the estate of N. Ham lin, the jury after being out thir ty-six hours failed to agree. The following is a list of the di rectors and teachers of the differ ent townships received up to date at the Superintendent's office: niKECrORS. TEACHERS. J. A. Graves, President. R. M. Dickey, Treasurer, M. F. Kerwin, Secretary. xs at very reas onable prices. Hearse in con nection Shrauger & Hansen EXIRA, IOWA. /}uduboi? Departfflept. AUDUBON. W. Winkleman. Geo. Myers. J. H. Martin. Wm. Baylor. John Lehse. C. H. Weideuieier. Mr. Stephenson. Hugh Farrell. Miss Killyer. Miss Killyer. V. B. Helfyer. F. F. Fancher. Mrs. Needham. Miss Deets. Miss Burnieister. Martha Rogers. Joe Bell. Jacob Swin C. H. Weideuieier, President A. F. Littlefield, Treasurer. L. Donaldson, Secretary. CAMERON. Myrtle Randies. K. G. Lancelot. Nellie Dykes. Bessie Garmire. Lydia Buckner. Audubon Slieley. Emma Reid. Clara E. Luse. Mabel Keith. \V. K. Earlieart. A. D. Gray. George Gray. Win. Lewis. S. C. Handles. W. H. Ballon. Fred Tessman. S. M. Luse. A. C. Neitzell. S. r. Luse, President. Win. Lewis. Treasurer. T. H. Turner, Secretary. DOUGLAS. J. A. Graves. Clias. Jurgetis. A. H. Speas. Wm. Somuierlot. J. F. Wiley. C. E. Trtinnel. J. M. Edwards. S. W. Cramer. John Rosenbek. EXIRA. Fred Baier. Florence Ratlibun. Peter Tliielen. Beth Henry. J. B. Connrardy. Blanche Noon. H. W. Rogers. Ernest Cotton. I W. H. Brinkerhoff. W. H. Brinkerhoff-n Francina Heath. I Neo. Bruner. Sam McGafliti. Lena Hardenbrook. C. C, Hawk. Arthur Hawk. R. P. Clark. May Jenkins. J. L. Anderson. Clara Ordway. W. H. Brinkerhoff, President. T. J. Essington, Treasurer. John Noon, Secretary. GREELEY. Perry Carter. Win. Mazon. Willis Grace. George Paige. Thos. Adair. James Gripp. jer^v Hoover. Tot Hartzell. Laura Hayes. Hal Mantz. Miss Henslev. Ed. Bascomb. Stella Masterson. Miss Bascomb. Mollie Wissler. Amanda Johnson. Waterson. HAMLIN. Etta Brown. Bertha Ferguson. J. E. McNutt. \V. D. Young. Madison Spencer. M. Flytin, Frank Ballou. Albert Pratton G. W. McClaiti Ed McAftee Lena.Drury. Anna Hennessy. Lavina Tyler. Kathrine Workman Sarah Johnson Edith Ha J. A. Dinesen Bessie Dodge W. D. Young, President. J. J. Dimick, Treasurer Henrv Young, Secretary LEROY. H. W. Stearns Clara Shannon E.A.Bates Mary Davis George Slayton Miss Cunningham Samuel Mantz Ella Fisher James Baker Lettie Agnew C. II. Priestley Orplia Baxter Drill Eddv Ella Farquliar Tom Cochrane Ella llurd H. W. Steams, President Frank Taylor, Treasurer J. Shingledecker, Secretary OAKFIELD. N. C. Neisgaard X. J. Petersen Chris Hansen 4. Jens C. Hansen George Hansen ti. Isaac Smitli 7. Joseph Doner 8. L. R. Nelson U. Fred Lilliantliall Maggie Donahue Nellie Wilds Clara Petersen Peter James Soren Nelson Roxy lluyck Moses Brinkorlioll May Jenkins Lillian Potts Isaac Smith, President Nels I*. lloegli, Treasurer Eli Hansen. Secretary HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with I urine and let it stand twenty-four hours and if there is a sediment or settling it indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre quent desire to urinate, or pains in the I back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO 1»0 There is comfort in the knowledge so I often expressed that Doctor Kilmer's Swamp Koot, the great kidney remedy fulfils every wish in relieving pain in the baek, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain iii passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to uri nate. The mild and extraordinary efi'ects of Swamp-Hoot is soon realized. 11 stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need any medicine you should have the best! Sold bydruggists, price iifty cents and one dollar per bottle a a a am a pamphlet botli sent free by mail, upon receipt of three two-cent stamps to cover cost of postage on the bottle. Mention the Audubon County Journal and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Biughanipton, N. Y. The propri etor of this paper guarantees the genu I ineness of this oiler. Among' the C3'press lumber Hart & Eddy shipped from the-south was a board perforated by a minme ball. Such incidents as tins bring to mind the terrible struggle be tween the North and South thirty five years ago, when that shot was fired. Monday evening- at a meeting- of the school board, Ollie Coon quali fied as treasurer and W. H. O'Con nell as director. The new board is as follows: John Nash, president Ollie Coon, treasurer Thos. Walker, secretary A.L.Brooks. Chas. Van Gorder, W. H. O'Contiell and Wil son Burnside, directors. The resig nation ot Mr. Nash as president was tabled and he will still serve in the position he has filled for the past eight years. The eighty nine mothers asking the protection'of their children by having the Audubon school grounds divided are refused that help. We believe in prevention If more could be done to shield the youth from temptation, there would not be so much need of reform schools, homes for fallen women and homes for illegitimate and friendless children. "Oh if I could undo the follies of my youth." The young need help till they have strength of character. One of the most atrocious deeds ever known in the annals of crime came to light Saturday forenoon About 11 o'clock Joe Allee's two boys were visiting some traps on Blue Grass creek just north of the fair grounds where they made the discovery of the body of a baby laying in the grass a few feet from the creek. They immediately re turned to town -w here they report ed their find to the authorities Justice Gray, Marshal Nate Carper and Dr. Childs went to the scene of the crime and found a male child about six weeks old weighing about nine and a half pounds sandy complexion, and having We the jury employed to inquire the cause of death of a certain un known child, find that the said un known child came to its death from a blow or stroke on the head with some instrument to the jury un known, which blow was inflicted by some person to this coroner's jury unknown. E. BAXTER, GEO. C. COOK, WM. DRYDEN. What pleasure is there in life with a headache,constipation and biliousness? Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pill. C. W. Houston. It's a good thing to know where you can get the most and best goods for your money. A lady came to our store a few days ago and asked for a 4-qt. granite coffee pot. The price was 40 cents. She had found the same thing at one store for 75 cents and at another one for 60 cents. Our Price Was Worth Knowing You will find it the same in any line we carry. We pay low rent, we hire no expensive clerks. We don't divide profits with anyone. The result is that we sell you goods at what others pay when expenses are added. jt Our new millinery stock will arrive this week. We can give you the lat est styles and our prices will be very low. Will announce more fully later. J* a hare lip. It was entirely naked. Its head was crushed in and one rib broken. It had only been dead about twenty hours and the blood was not entirely coagulated. The hands and face were somewhat dis figured by the rats. The coroner was summoned and a jury impan elled. The authorities are doing all that can be done to clear up the mystery of this diabolical deed The body was buried Wednesday afternoon by the authorities. The following is the verdict of the coro ner's jury: Jt You can get some bargains in kitchen and housekeeping goods just now: 5 dozen Clothes Pins 5c 3 papers Tacks 5c 2 Pie Pans 5c An eight-hole Gem Pan 10c Loose bottom Pie Pans 10c 2400 Matches -_10c Glass TfibleSet, 4 pieces •_ 25c Set of Plates _.35c jt j* Granite and Tinware in big variety. Get our prices. jt jA Bicycles Crescents See us for bicycles. We have already sold more bi cycles than we expected to sell in the entire season. No matter what price you want. We can suit you. THE RACKET, F. Vermilya, Proprietor. The Store! NEW GOODS FOR SPRING OF ^1895^ New spring things in all departments with unus ual attractions in Dress Goods, Silks, Laces, Wash Goods, Shirt Waists, Wrappers, Carpets, Lace Curtains, Rugs and Seasonable Novelties. The largest line of New Spring Goods we have ever shown and at prices that leave nothing to be desired. [. Bilharz & Son Audubon, Iowa.