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In Memoriam Gone To The Father HouseEternal In The Heavens Rest In Peace Kjistine Nieieen HaDson was buried at the Adventist Cemetery Sunday at 2 o'clock p. m. She was laid to rest amid the scenes familiar to her eye and hand for nearly -half aj century. Her'o was a life of service. She asked but little and gave much. A pioneer of the pioneers, Kjistine Nielsen lett her native country Den mark, a ljne stout-hearted girl and later brand the great American wil derness that she might, by the side of her young husband, build a home ou its friendiy prairies. She sewed that others might reap. She was the llrst but one to make a home in the non populous township of Sharon in the eariy spring of 1S73. Often she would point out to her children the wild dear on the hillsidts or shield them from the too near approach of the cyote. Here by the side of her husband she reared her children and sang their lul labys with the wild winds for an ac companiment. Here with all the fer vor or a Christian saint she taught them to prav to her Father's God and to hear his voice in the thunder and the gentle breezes of spring. She taught them to read her only Book in her native tongue. She taught them the simple arts of the rustic and the stern vertues of honesty and piety. To her children, her husband and her home she gladly gave her all. So ciety and even the church were to her a secondary things tho not neglected. Her mission in life she never doubted, and all her plans in life were laid with an eye single to Its accomplishment. How well she succeeded her child ren and their lives must tell for them and to rear them she lived when she saw them all established in homes of their own, she said her task was done, her life work completed and rest in the grave till the Life Giver Bhould call her held no terrors for her. But sustained and soothed by a never fail ing trust, she folded the draperies of her couch about her and lay down to pleasant dreams. She leaves a husband, James 1'riah by whose side she stood for 12 years, sons Harry, Charles and Lawrence and one daughter Daisy with their fa milies and a large circle of friends. She was a faithful wife, a devoted mother, a loving friend and a Chris tian. Her faults were few and will soon be forgotten. Pier virtues were many and will live. She walked in the light as she saw the li^ht «nd these who knew her moat loved her best. Leon S. Marvin Graduate of Polk's Conservatory of Piano Tuning. Formerly with A. Hospe Co., Omaha. Get your piano tuned. Thia is the time of the year to have it done. Phooe, write or leave your i.rder at Dotting's or the Park Hotel. a 15 For Sale A well matched driviDg ar.d working team. OLUJ' KN'SIiN. Have you had a look at Boiling's wall paper? Exira Harkets corrected Weekly. Cattle butchers Cattle top Hogs Wheat Corn. Oate Barley Potatoes.. Butter Eggs Hens Spring Chickens DuckB... Geese Turkeys Hav FASHIONABLE Neckwear A New Line of Ufi-tcDate Styles in Men's Neckwear Our Made on the "Fedora" order—a very popular model. Price -_Ji 50 .... 00 0 .)() Increased Profit The use of a U. S. Separ ator means that to you. The increase in cream will be remarkable. U. S. Separators pay so well that those who use them say that a machine pays for itself in a short time. We allow you $30.00 in trade for your old ma chine. CHIC Our lines have oc-n selected ac cording to the dic tates of the v/osld's fashion centers, as 1 r, -8 Debts such an lm- ji portant adjunct to a gentleman's Et- jj "*tire. In no article PRETTY $1.50 Three head of good work horses for sale. OLUF Jii.VSIi.N Pasture for JiorHee and cattle 2 mtles eouth of lixira. al") NKLS Jisnskn Up before The Bar N. H. Brown, an attorney, of Pitts liekl, Vt., writes: 'We have used Dr. Kind's New Life Pills for years and find them sucli a yood family medicine we would'nt be without them.' For Chill-, Constipation, Biliousness or Sick Head aclie they work wonders, 2oe at Nick Dofiinj:. BELTS jj of dress is it so es- jj sential that you feel that you have the correct patternc and styles. All materials entering into our ties have l-.r°n selected with extreme care, and each ii: i-.". Alcatel piece of workman ship. Only the best makes represented. 25c to 50c lines are much more extensive than ordinarily carried in stock, unsurpassed values, and you see them before you buy. STORE OF QUALITY Someone has called our store "The Home of Reliable Goods. we rattier like the sound of the phrase. It demonstrates to us that our efforts in supplying the people of this community with dependable merchandise have not been in vain. We believe we have made good. Anyway, we stand behind the goods we sell. We'll back them with the guarantee 'A DOLLAR'S WORTH FOR EVERY DOLLAR OR EVERY DOLLAR SACK Beautiful Ribbons Representing the best domestic and foreign looms in a wonderful array of colors and weaves suit able for belts and trimmings. You will find pleasure in an inspection of our stock. You can save uioney by buying your wall paper at Dol'ling's. Before buying a washing machine call and examine the The Blue Rib bon at Peter RieBgaarde, West Exira Iowa. Lost March 2nd, a ladiee crushed plush cape. Leave at Journal office or notify W. H. Covault, Jit. 1 Exira. Co.'s Markets: Eggs 18c Tomorrow and Saturday Careful selection of the BELT 'SC atlila prrcatly to the ap pearance of a frown. Our varied assortment makes tho proper choice of a hell an easy matter. We have a complete line of elas tic. *ilk and leather belts. Large showy buekles are much in favor. Dainty modish belt. lurgu buckle. el 15 to 50 COTTON Merchandise For Sale A well matched driving and working team. OI.UK Jl-NSKN. 10,000 rolls of wall paper have ar rived at Nick's from a roll and up. If you have backache aud urinary troubles you should take Foley's Kidney Kemedy to strengthen and bu'ld up the kidneys so they will act properly, as a serious kidney trouble may develop. Nick DutlillL!-. Mr. Man, did you read Wednesday's Register and Leader? Look on first page, column three. A farmer at Creston lost $5,000 worth of buildings and stock by lightning. Arc Your Buildings Protected? These losses will occur every week from now until next winter, if you will notice the daily press. You owe it to yourself and family to spend a few dollars in lightning rods. We guarantee no loss from light ning if our Pure Soft Copper Cable is used. rnrnOm RUGS* Cosy up the house with a few rug9. We have the latest patterns in Smyrnas and Ax minsters of standard sizes each Just to illustrate our strength we are telling an excellent quality dependable cotton hose of fine texture for .Nursery, Harlau fa. sends stock, dug fresh, day chipped. Write for price list. Surprisingly new styles in LftdieS* Oxfords enn be found at our store. Don't fail to see them. Very low prices. Prices Were Never So Low as they ore at this time. Our customers are reaping the benefit of our careful campaign for dependable silks-, for dresses, waists, trimmings, lin ings, etc. We can save you money on silks. WORK HARNESS We have the best line of Work Harness that was ever shown in Exira. It's all A No. 1 Oak Tanned stock. Every strap of it is fully guaranteed. lie sure to see us before you buy. J. W. ALSUP Exira, Iowa Oiling, $1.00 per set, sets for $2.00. Humane Collars $7.50 each, or $15.00 per pair. Mr. Farmer We have just unloaded a car of the new Coil, Steel Spring Woven Fence, in all heights. This beats any fence we have ever seen. If you intend to use any this season, don't fail to see it. WALKER $1.19 to $25 We Are Constantly on the Lookout For new ideas in patterns and weaves which we know will interest you. You will find Strictly New and Up-to Date assortments of silks in our store. LADIES' HOSIERY In All Staple and Fancy Patterns Bought to the best ad vantage, we are ena bled to of i.iiusual values to our patorns. Every pair comes fvc: a standard mill an: guaranteed to our claims I0to'50c Are you reading the Audubon County fiistory now runningin the ournal.