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Anna Wilson has gone to Drake University. Owen Davis went to Des Moines Monday on business. Miss Claude Coutte of Denver is vis iting her friend Daisy Fricfe. Chas. Coy returned Saturday from Chicago where he has been visiting relatives. While Johnson was driving through Main Street Monday one of his horses dropped dead. Mrs. Todd or Salem South Dakota has been visiting her brother F, W. Smith and family here. The Siovgaard concert troupe will be here next month to give one of its excellent concerts under the auspices of the Men's club of the Presbyterian church. A year ago this troupe gave the best of satisfaction and greatly pleased a large audience. J. S. Johnson the jeweler and Geo. l'orter who clerks for Yermilya have bought the two lotB lying north of the residence of Arthur Farquhae. The former has the inside lot and builds this summer the latter the corner lot and will build a year later. These aie fine locations for homes. George Scott of Hamlin was in town yesterday hauling lumber for a nice new house he is preparing to build on his lot ou South Hili. The house will b3 thirty two feet square aud two stor ies. Mr. Scott haB one of the prettied loaatioDS in Audubon for a home and they wili receive a cordial welcome fro.ii the people of Audubon. Teachers Wanted In Audubon County Four more teachers are needed to fill our schools. Wages fourty live a month for first class certificates aud fourly for second class. Address: I'.LLA STKAKNS, Co. Supt. Audubon Iowa Thirty Years Ago Among the notes of "Thirty years ago" being run by The Dexter Senti nel it is said that "A. H. Savage took charge of the hank on Monday. He retail,s Frank Watts in hie employ. Frank is competent clerk and an ex cellent youuy man, Mr, Savage could not have made a better selection." This refers to our Frank Watts in Au dubon who has for ma-iy years been the Cashier of the First National Bank •where he has clearly demonstrated that they "Could not have made a better selection." Children especially like Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup, as it. tastes nearly as good as nictplc sugar. It not. only heals irritation and allaysinliammation, there by stopping the cough, but it also moves the bowels gently and in that way drives the cold from the system. Jtcontains 110 opiates. Mold by all druggists. 'ROYAL Baking Powder Absolutely Ptere The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar —made from grapes- Royal Baking Powder conveys to food the most healthful of fruit properties and renders it superior in flavor and wholesomeness. CORTIL Cortel is a coal black with a star in face. Imported Begian 4 years old, weight 2050 pounds, finely built and free from Blemishes. Parties are invited to call and see this horse. LOCATION Cortil will be. found at my farm in Greeley town ship, section 24, every day in the week except on Sunday. TERMS $15 to insure colt to stand and suck. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsi ble should any occur. Parties disposing of or mov ing mare from county service fee will be due at once elkaMaH Alex Ferguson is now deputy sher iff. Joe Moon went to Des Moines Sat urday. B. L. Darnold went to Des Moines Tuesday. Chas. Curd left Tuesday for Aztec, New Mexico. The board of Supervisors are in ses sion this week. Frank Carper departed Saturday for South Dakota. Clark Arnold and Glenn Coon went to Des Moines Tuesday to visit. Mr. Frank Rhiemund of Corning arrived Monday to visit relatives. Chas. Wilde has bought a house of John A. Nash down by the school house. Wm. Owen returned Tuesday fr Chicago where he had been with a car of stock. George Bncb and family will occupy theFullerton residence during their stay in Canada. Mrs. Emil Bilharz departed Monday for Colfax. Iowa City aud Chicago to visit for sometime. Harry Percy and family of Nora Springs arrived Tnesday to visit at the Sheriff Crees home. Rev. Miller begins his pastorate Sunday at the Presbyterian Church. Special music morning and evening. A. IC. Hurd has been appointed car rier on lit. 0 with Ella Hurd as subsi tute and Clint Stemm on Rt. 7 with Mabel Stemm as substitute. Mesdames Alex Ferguson and Ralph Thomas went to Mechanicsville Satur day to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. FergUHon, an aunt of Alex. Bertel Wonemus is erecting a build ing west of the track at the Rock Is land station in which to manufacture a washing machine he has invented. L. J. Hippe.v is clerking in a drug store of L. C. Harlan over at Harlan whilethe proprietor goes to Gregory So. Dakota to prove up the claim he drew In that section last fall. Cards have been received announc ing the marriage of Miss Edith Town send to Carl Henkel which will take place in Charleston. Til. April, 14, 'O'J Miss Townsend is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Townsend. Thompson-Cousins Ou Wednesday of last week Mr. Ja". Thompson and Miss Ollie Cousins of Braytou sprang a surprise on their friends. They came up to Audubon and wi-i'd martied at the Christian par sonage by Rev. Maples. Permanently relieves constipation and indigestion. Regulates the bowels, build up waste tissue. Makes pure blood. Y01 grow strong, healthy and robust. Ho lis ter's Roeky Meuntuin Tea, the safest, nicest Spring tonic. els. Nick Dolling Williams Route 1, Exira, Iowa. Also the Shetland Pony ''Tuck," and Hie Arabian horse "Prince," will stand during the season at the same place, Sundays omitted. Goldie Cozine has returned to Drake University. Judge Green arrived here Friday to visit hie family. Mrs. Gertrude Nelson was an Atlan tic visitor Monday. Mrs. R. J.Creveling visited friends in Atlantic over Sunday. Iva and Perry Roberts spent Sun day with relatives in Gray. The brick yard run by Tramp and Co. will start up next week. Mrs. Elmer Bailey returned Satur day from a visit in Eedfield. John Shaw and wife were down from Gray Saturday visiting. H. M. Doorman of Atlantic was a city business visitor Saturday. Att. H. J. Mar.tz, and Will F!lohni returned Thursday from Canada. Mrs. Thomas Eulherfoid departtd Monday for De Soto to visit relatives. Mrs, F. A. Nirus passed through town Sunday on her way to Nevada. Att. J. M. Graham returned Thurs day from a business trip ro Ft, Dodge, J. B. Ashby returned the last ot tl-.e week from an out of town business trip. Wm. Young and family of Hamlin visited at the Walter Crees home Sat urday. Mae Shroeder departed Saturday for Iowa City where she is attending school. Mrs. Howard Kittell returned Fri day from Exira where she had been visiting- Hans Hansen and Fred Buthweg re turned Saturday from an out of town business trip. Mrs. Jas. Hicks and children of Ex ira are visiting her parents, Chris Han sen and wife. Nettie Johnson returned the last of the week from an extended visit iti Shenandoah. Several of the school teachers are away to their diflerent homes spend ing their vacation. Mrs. M. J. Sorenson of Atlantic was an over Sunday visitor at the L. C. Christoflfersen home. Elmer Chamberlain of Nebraska ar rived hire Thursday to visit his sister, Mrs. A. C. Harmon. Marie Adams ol Des Moines arrived here Saturday to visit her parentp, F. H. Adams and wife. E. A. Beason and S. A. McHargue fcave purchased a 45 horse power Mit chell car. They got it in Walnut. Dr. K. C. Wolff, veterinary surgeon of Chicago iB here and will assist Dr. G. Rasmussea during the season. Mike Foley has bought the F. M. Ieet residence here in Audubon. He will move his family in from the farm in the future. Mrs. Alexandf and daughter Jessie of Atlantic were guests at the Chas. Bagley home Sunday. Mrs. Alexan der is a siBter of Chas. J. J. (Juiuby of Des Moines arrived here Saturday to spend Suuday with his wife who iB visiting at the home of her parents Wm. Clougley ana wife. H. A. Arnold and E. S. Van Gorder each contracted for an Olds, forty hor se power, fine passenger touring car of the latest model, while they were in Des Moines anil expect to have their new cais hereabout May first. HENRY MOREY DEAD An Early Settler Of Audubon County, Died at Son's House, Respected Wife Preceded Him Mr. Henry Morey war born in Oni da Co N. V. July 10, 1925,anddepar ted this life at the home of his son. George H. Morey in Audubon Co., Ia. March IJO, 11(09. In 1831$ he came with his parents to Chicago, 111, Nov. 24, 18o^ he and Miss Jennett H. Holmes were ULlted in holy matrimony, in Glen Allen, III. and eettleed in Whea ton, 111., where they remained until the spring of 1884 when they came to Audubon, Iowa. After the decease of Mrs. Morey 1S97, Mr.Morey returned to N. V. and made his home with his cousins until November 1909, when he came to Audubon Co., Iowa, to pass the remaining days of his so journ on earth with his son, Mr. G. H. Morey aud at whose home he re ceived the tenderest care aud unwer ied attention from the ministry of the family and neighbors. No service was spared to give relief to his suffering. Nine children came to bless the happy home of Mr. Morey, four of whom are living: Sindley A. of Pas saic, N. J,, Nathan D. in Chicago, 111 W. B. in Idaho, Geo. H. in Audubon Co., Iowa. Mr. Morey was a member of the Conservative Friends Church, and lived a consistent Christian life. His last days of biokuess were marked by complete resignation to the will of his Heavenly.Father. He was very pa tient in his sufferings and was ready when the summons came for him to enter into his heavenly rest. The fu neral took[place in the il. H. Church iu Audubon April 2nd, conducted by the pastor of the M. E. Church in Exira. The remains were laid to rest iu W neat on 111. where loved ont.s with him await the resurrection call. Prof. Storm of Ames At Onawa Iowa, last week, Prof, A. V*. Storm of State Agricultural College of Ames, in an address be fore the Monona County Normal Institute declared that two thirds of the studies taught today in the public schools are worthless, value lens impractical and of no use what ever to a young student. Saying that instead of the stnlf beinu taught now, practical useful agri culture should be taught in all the schools of Iowa. Stock ard Bonds Compound Proportion,cutt ins and d.iiies etc. are not worth the time devoted to them. Iowa bugs would be tmieh more useful. Iowa bugs destroy each year, enough of value to pay the rutiniugf expenses ot all its farms. With a little time arid ef fort spent to this kind of an educ.'. tion he claims that millions of dol lars could be save 1 the state annu a''y. His lecture aroused much discussion. People past middle life usually have some kidney or bladder disorder that sups th: vitality which is naturally low er in old age. Foley's Kidney Remeds corrects urinary troubles, stimulates the kidneys, and restores strength and vigor It cures uric acid troubles by .strength enmg the kidneys so they \vtil strain out the uric acid that settles in ihe muscles and joints causing rheumatism .—Nick Dofling, Wood For Sale Stove wood for sale iu any quanti tes tf T. H. LASTINK The Esthetic Bachelor. The modern bachelor is an ardent admirer of well chosen furniture and of beautiful pictures and china, nor is he oblivious to the charms of lovely old silver and dainty napery. To have tea with him is often an esthetic as well as a material pleasure. Only in one thing in his establish ment does one note the missing fem inine touch. A woman's room always contains flowers a man's scarcely ever.—Black and White. Find Water Where Badly Needed. A Hindu engineer experimenting in artesian boring at Patiala struck a spring of water 100 feet below the sur face which discharges 6,000 gallons an hour through a three inch tube. It is believed that the discovery may revo lutionize local agriculture, which has languished owing to the lack of irri gation, as the artesian stratum ex tends apparently from Patiala to the Himalayas. To Develop American Artists. Five wealthy New York women sub scribed $5,000 each to create a fund, the income of which is to be used to send one American architectural stu dent to the Paris Ecole des Jieaux Arts every three years for a 2\A years' course. The donors are: Mrs. Goe let, .Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney, Mrs. Aucliauty, Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt and Mrs. Alexander G. Cochran. Grace: Pimples, blotches, rough, shiny skin are from the blood and stomach. A simple and never failing remedy one that makes clear, healthy complexions, pur" blood, perfect digestion, is Hoi lis tor's Kooky Mountain Tea. Surprise your self. Tea or tablets. 3."» «ts. Nick Dulling. Free Masonry. The origin or Free Masonry is un known. Its history can be traced for upwards of 500 years, its traditions go back many hundreds of years pre viously. is fraternal and benevo lent in its purpose. Ancient Craft .Ma sonry consists of four degrees only, but many other branches and degrees have been added from timo to time, further exemplifying and illustrating the lessons taught in the original de grees. William Morgan was an impe cunious printer of northern New York, who threatened to print the so-called secrets of -Masonry, aud who, on being arrested for debt or some other cause, suddenly disappeared. His disappear ance about 1S25 was taken hold of and exploited for political purposes. The so-called exposure is unreliable and valueless. Morgan was not a true Ma sou. The Biter Bit. A week or two ago an attendant at one of the big theaters on the Paris boulevards found a fine pear necklace which she handed over to the box office. One of the spectators, a lady, saw the woman pick up the necklace, and went to the box-office and claimed it as her own. To mark her appre ciation of the attendant's honesty she gave her 20 francs. The next day, however, the real owner of the neck lace presented herself at the theater to make inquiries. On hearing what had occurred she h«rst into a laugh, and explained that the pearls were but imi tation, and had cost her 12 francs only. So the smart "lady" loses at least eight francs on the transaction. Mr. F. Fritts, Oneonta N. Y., writes: My little girl was greatly benefit tod by taking Foley's Orino Laxative, and think it is the best remedy for consti pation and liver trouble Foley's Orino Laxative is best for women and child IVII, as it is mild, pleasant and effective and is a splendid spring medicine, At :is (nt it cleanses the system and dears the com plexion .—Nick I foiling. F" ARM LOANS. 4 ottifjfcft' net of AiHlract Till*' In all i.u .tls ami Tirtrn l.oltt in An t/nhon i'oiiiilif CHARLES BAGLEY em Aunt Jane Was a Chaperon Without an Equal. First let us have a look at Aunt Jane. Aunf Jane, then, was a spinster, not at all like those blessed women who, for their virtues and manifold charms, have been crowned with the care-free diadem of joy and independence. Ah, no! Aunt Jane was a spinster, sour as vinegar. Kuphonia was the niece of Aunt •lane. But, O, what a difference! Kuphonia was as sweet and as pure as the dew upon the rose. Such were they, sitting in the pat lor (ves, yes in the parlor) when the doorbell rang. "I'll go," said Euplionia. "No," said Aunt Jane, "I'll go!" And as she disappeared, Euplionia quickly drew a letter from her bosom, glanced it over quickly and hid it in her belt as Aunt Jane reappeared, with the majestic bearing of an exe cutioner, while behind her followed John. And as for John, let it simply be said that when the girls are gifted with noses like candy there is gen erally a young man not far away with a most decided liking for sweets. And as for Aunt Jane, Aunt Jane sat down on the sofa with something of a bounce, and as her chin curled up and tier nose curled down, she seemed to say, "Yes, here I am, and here I am going to slay!" "How do you do?" said John. "How do you do?" said Euplionia. And "How do you do?" said John. And "How do you do?" said Eu plionia. And still again, "How do you do?" said John. And yet once more, "How do you do?" said Euplionia. And as for Aunt Jane, Aunt Jane looked troubled between her brows and tilted her head a little more on one side as she watched the two with an air that said: "Now, that's funny! Now that's very funny!" "Have you been well?" said John. "Yes," said Euphonia, looking down at the carpet. "You're sure?" said John. "Yes," said Euphonia, but you could barely hear her. "And you always will?" said John. "1—I think so," said Euphonia. And as for Aunt Jane, Aunt Jane began to suffer. "Have you been well?" said Eupho nia, looking up and looking down again. "You bet I have!" cried John. "You're sure?" "Absolutely! Positively!" "You look well." "Ah!" cried John. "And you—you always will?" "You know I will!" lie reproached her. And as for Aunt Jane, Aunt Ja ic laid her right ear on her right shoul der and her glance shifted backward and forward between the confection cry ami the hungry boy like a sh..' lie in the loom. Euphonia and John sat down, and John, with a world of deliberation, placed his little linger between his teeth and hit it. "I.ovelv weather," lie said. Euphonia arose from the sleepy hol low chair aud sat down in the gilt chair. "Yes," said she. John bit his little finger again. "Did the cat come back?" he asked. Euphonia changed back to the sleepy hollow. "Yes," said she. John bit his little finger. "They always do," said he. Eiiphonia carelessly hummed a tune -ind carelessly went over to the sofa ami sat down by the side of Aunt Jane. "Yes," said she. And as for Aunt Jane, Aunt Jane almost screamed with the pain, but just at that point John bit his little linger again, and as Kuphonia arose to go back to the sleepy hollow that letter slipped out of her b«lt and dropped on the sofa. Aunt Jam? picked it up unnoticed, glanced at the open ing lines and set her jaw. John tapped his foot on the carpet. Euphonia tapped her foot. John tapped his foot. Euphonia tapped her foot. And as for Aunt Jane, she went out of there. She stopped beneath the gas jet in the hall, though, and opened the letter. Dear Kuphonia (road the tetter): As A suppose Aunt Jane will be there as usual, I have maile up a lew signals which we will use. "How do you do?" means: "Mow I love you!" "Have you been well?" means "Do you love me?" Biting the little finger means: "I shall love you forever!" C'hanginK from one chair to another means: "I shall love you forever, too!" And tapping the foot on the Iloor means: "I wish Aunt Jane would chase herself for a minute." Yours despairingly, JOHN. And as for Aunt Jane, Aunt Jane chased herself right hack again, and this was the sight that met her hor rified gaze Euphonia and John were sitting on the sofa, and John was holding Eu phonia's hand and trying to eat the candy. ••Euphonia!" gasped Aunt Jane. "What does this MEAN?" "John—John is measuring me for the ring!" murmured Euphonia. "Ho!" sniffed Aunt Jane, and hand ing Euplionia the loiter with an ex pression that said, "I have read It, you deceitful minx," she said aloud: "I think YOU dropped this letter!" "Ves," murmured Euplionia, pro tending,to kiss Aunt. Jano on tho oar, "I dropped it on purpose, I Just thought you'd go out to read it!' AudubortToWnship Quite a number of the farmers are busy seeding. Win. Benton bought the piano at the Dutcher sale. John Tibben is remodeling his res idence this week. Miss Grace llocamp visited with her parents Sunday. Christian Ileckman jt\ miuketed hogs in Exira Monday. Mrs. Olga M. Witie is recovering nicely from her recent illness. Miss Ei/zie Grippe of Moline, 111. is visiting at (he J. C. Tibben home, Dick Witte wsn up from near Adair Thursday visiting his relatives Henry lluss has purchased a cream Separator which is giving good eat isl'aetion. Cha?. linker purchased the L. A. Dutcher slmre in the E. & A. Twp 'l'lione Co. Cecil, the el lest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Iviimmelhart has been quite ill. Win. Van Aernam shipped a car-' load of cattle and several loads of. hogs Monday. Miss Anna Dofling is teaching the Center School and Geo. Leffingwell, the Wheeler school. Herman lleimers sawed wood for A. F. Prohaska and Chas. Boehme?: the first of the week. Hugh Farrell was appointed Twp. Trustee to fill a vacancy caused by Tho8. Itogors moving to Anita. Edus llocamp, Ethel and Helen: Tibben and :Nellie and Ida Meyer were visitors at the Ed Benton home, Sunday. The Twp. road work was left to John Tibben, Andrew Wells and tTl os. Kleniish Monday, this leaves he southeast portion vacant yet. For cheap and reliable Mutual In surance against tire, lightning, torna do and hail apply to G. E. KM-, Sec, Greeley Mutual lit. 3, Exira, Iowa "I'd Rather Die, Doctor, than have my feet cut oil'.' said M. I.. llinirluun of l'rinceville 111. 'but you'll die from gangrene (which had eatea a way eight toes) if you dont,' said all doctors. Instead he used Hucklin's Arnica Salve till wholly cured. Its euros ol Ks/.ama, Fever Sores, Hoils, Burns and Pills astound the world. Uoc-Nick. Dofflnir's. HON. J. C. BONWELL Our Respected RPpresentative Made His Maiden Speech In The House MOnday OniHis "Salary" Bill. Parts of Mr. Bou well's speech• "When the salary of members of the legislature was fixed at $500, a number of years ago the great state of Iowa was much younger and much less de velop iu its industrial and material re sources than it is today Since that time no state in th I 'nion has made more rapid strides in industrial and manufacturing development than onr own great state of Iowa. Xo point in the state 1 am informed is more than 12 milea from a railroad station. The farm lands have increased In value ten fold trnd farm acd dairy products equally a much. The wealth of the state ranks up ar the top of wealthy states. Since that time an addition of fifty dollars has been added to the sa lary of each legislator for postage and for which the members of the present legislature will bear me wituesa tfc» letters they receive are legion. With a 1 the marvelous increase in the ma erial wealth of this great state the legislators pay remains the same as as of old ot the days that are past and gone. The people of Iowa elect their best men to represent them and make laws for their government they ex pect them to be honest and guard the interests of their constituents with all the power and ability they posses® and I believe they do It Then why not compensate him with a salary commensurate with the dignity and importance of the ollice and the ser vice he reudera the state. If I should be a candidate for a third term I am not afraid if this bill becomes a law, to go before my people for renomination and re-elections Many of them have said to me in time and again that was a shame and outrage upon tbe class of men sent to the legislature to pay them the paltry sum of $550. It is equivalent to working for your board aud campaign expenses and giving, your time without compensation. Un fortunately for Mr. Bon well his bill did not pass. I John Davis and son Owen have pur chased the Geo. Stemm property aud two lots and acres of land near the cemetery. During the spring everyone would be benefitted by taking Foley's Kidney Remedy. It lurnishesa needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain of win ter aiul il purities (ho b'ood by stimula ting the kidneys, and causing them to eleininale the impurities from il. Fo ley's Kidney Remedy imparls new life and vigor. Pleasant to lake.—Nick Do'ling.