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Ir, I I 3 I II »V»q ph w? Iff Pi( i, 'pi Sc. 11 viklj ITU ILLNESS Mrs. Stewart Tells How She Suffered from 16to45 years l—How Fi^MyCured.'n ^55 Euphemia, Ohio.—^Bfecanse of&otal ignorance of how to^care for myself •when verging into womanhood, and from taking cold when going to school, I suf fered from a displacement, and each month I had severe pains, and nausea which always meant a lay-off from work for jtwo to four days from the time I was 16 years old. "lament to Kansas to live with my sis ter artd while there a doctor told me of the Pinkham remedies but I did not use them then as my faith ia patent medi cines was limited. After my sister died came home to Ohio to live and that has bpen my home for the last 18 years. "TheChange of Life came when I was 47 years old and about this time I saw my physical condition plainly described in one of your advertisements. Then I began using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and I cannot tell you or any one the relief it gave me in the first three months. It put me right where I need not lay off every month and during the last 18 years I have not paid out two dollars to a doctor, and have been hlestwith excellent health forawo womanof my age and I can thank Lydia E. Pinkham 'sVeget&ble Compound for it. Since the Change of Life is over I have been a maternity nurse and being wholly self-supporting I cannot over estimate the value of good health. I have now earned a comfortable little home'just by sewing and nursing since I was 52 years old. Inave recommended, the Compound to many with good re sults, as it is excellent to take before, and after childbirth."—Miss ADELIA STEWART, EVELYN Euphemi$, Ohio. If you want special advice write to Ljdta £. Pinkham Xedictne Co.(confi dent!^) Lynn, Mass. Your lettemi'.: be opened, read and answered ty woman and held in •teUsfc.cftKCticc and Ullttl).. THE PI31 NT OP VIEW A revival was being held in a 1 .t tle town where once the worst sins conceivable had been dancing and card1'playing, but where a know ledge of more picturesque lecca^, di llos had penetrated. The preach er was anathematizing these new sins. "Hell," he thundered "is v*ved with, cocktails, choru6 g.'ils and au tomobiles." Upon which a facetious youth rost in the back of the building and cried.: "Oh d.eath, where is lliv sting." hJ-1 f' i: if. HIS MOVE She—1 had an argument with A!ic this morning over the proper use (•of "shall and will" Perhaps you can tell me wh'ch is correct, you marry me" "Shall you marry JcSme." He—1 would say, "W you mar ry me." She—Then why in the world dnnt youj MODKSTl The dashing young lady was an xious her aunt, who was rather oH fashioned, should look as presenta ble as possible her bathing cos tume. "SuTely, Amnt Ella," sai-d the girl xather cautiously, "you're not go sIng to wear your spectacles in the water." "Indeed I am," repl ed her aunt ""Nothing shall induce me to take off another thing." THINNER THAN HE THOUGHT Pat had been captured, impris oned, aiid nearly starved by th enemy and when finally released lie was sent home on a sick leave. When he arrived at his hom town' an old friend happened to be at the depot anti called out jovially "Well, Pat, I see you're back from the front." 'Do ye," replied Pat, faintly, "Sure I knew 1 was pretty th n, but I didn't think ye could see that much." AN AWFUL MISTAKE "Beastly nuisance, isn't it said a young man at a social gathering the other evening. "Spoke to that. fellow over there—took him for a gentleman—and found he had a rib bon on his coat some blooming head waiter, 1 suppose." "Oh, no,' replied the other "that its the guest of the evening." "Dash it all, now, is it. Look here, old fellow, as you know every body, would you mind sitting next to me at dinner and telling me who •everyone IB." |if-"Should like to very much, out you see I cannot. I'm the blooming head waiter." INTERESTING MSOOVBRK "Whan. arr.'nreai at fcolid9 h«r dismay «he' found that her w«teb was m)s»- I room carpet 'she "wirl at home: "Let me know if you find any thing on the carpet in the dining room." A few days later she received a letter from the maid as follows: "Dear Madam—1 wafc to let you know if I found anything on the dii ing room carpet. This is wha'. I found this morn'ng': Three cham pagne corks, eighteen cigar ends, five cigarette ends, thirty-six burm matches and one nk satin slipper.' IX HIS FATHKR'S SUIT Colonel Winter Wimberly, if Ma con, Ga., enjoys a wide reputation as a story-teller Georgia, that landf of story-tellers, according to Th.e Xew York Evening Sun. Co onel Wimberly was once engag ed in a case in wh eh the plaintiff's son, a lad of eight years, was to appear as a witness. When the youngster entered the box, he wore shoes several sizes too large, a hat that almost hid his facr long trousers rolled up so that the baggy knees were at his ankles, and to complete the picture, a sal low-tailed coat that had to be held to keep it from sweep ng the floor. This ludicrous picture was too much for the Court, but the Judge, between his spasms of laughter, managed to ask the boy reason for appearing in such garb. With wondering look the lad fished in an inner pocket and haul ed the summons from it,'pointing' out a sentence with solemn mein as he did so: "To appear 'n his fath er's suit," it read. Notice Of Incorporation. ••••f Ht 3 fi To Whom it may Concern: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have associated them selves together under and by virtue of chapter one, title nine, of the Code of Iowa, and the laws amend atory thereto, as a corporation, and have adopted articles in incorpora tion, which provides as follows, towit: (1) The name of such corpora tion is "The West Hamlin Separa tor Creamery Company," and its principal place of transacting bus iness is at its creamery in Hamlin township, Audubon County, m«®W®WS5liWP^Wi —f inig. Thinking that she probably ha a'iti Iowa, post office address, Exira, Iowa (2) The general nature of the busines to be transacted by such corporation is to establish, ac quire and maintain a farmer's co operative creamery, for the manu facture and marketing lo dairy products (3) The business of the corpor ation is to be conducted on a purely mutual and co-operative plan, with out capital stock. (4) Said corporation shall com mence business on the date of fil ing its articles of incorporation with the Secretary of state, of the state of Iowa, ani continue lor a period of twenty years with right of renewal, unless sooner disolved (5) The'affairs' cf the corpora tion are to be condu ti by the of ficers ther of, towit: :i president, vice president, Secretary, assist ant secretary, treasurer and two au ditors, who shall constitute the board of directors, such officers, to be elected on the third Wednes day of December, 1913, and on the third Wednesday of December of each year thereafter, except that one auditor shall be elected each year alternately, for a term of two years, each member of this cop eration shall be entitled to one vote at such elections the following named persons shall be the officers and constitute the board of direc tors of said corporation, until their successors are duly e'.ected and qualified, towit: Nels B. Christian son, president Jens C. Jensen vice president Ferdinand Gjer loff Secreary Anton Nelson, assis tant Secretary, Paul Petersen treas urer Fred Back, Auditor for one year P. C. Sorensen, Auditor for two years. (6) The highest amount of indebt ness to which said corporation shall at any time subject itself, shall not exceed four thousand dollars, it being understood that crcam or milk furnished for manufacture, fihall not constitute an indebtness, but shall be property held for man ufacture, the proceeds of which, less expense, shall belong to the patrons. 7) The private property of the 'members of such' corporat.on. shall be exempt from the debts of said corporation). Dated at Exira, Iowa. Janu.'iry IS, 1913. Nels Christiansen, Jens Jen Ben, Ferdinand Gjer'off, Anton Nelson, Paul Petersen, Fred Back P. C. Sorensen. toy T. M. RAS1IUSSBN, advfl3 /Their Attorney. February Team, 1913 IB the District Court of Iowa, and for Audubon County. William Kommes, Plaiotiff u. VB James 13. Donn^l and Uomiel his wife, given name unknown, Lewis Hummel and Hummel. his wife given name unknown Fran cis Hulcup and spouse, narce unknown, Isabella Lacy and her spouse, name unknown, Samuel R. Decker and Decker, his wife, given name unknown, Fanny Brodrick and Brodrick, her husband, name unknown, Henry H. Cox and Sarah Oox his wife, Annie M. Craig and S. L. Craig, her hus band, Mary E. Collins and —, her husband, name unknown, Lewis Collins and Collins, his wife, name unknown, Sue P. Collins and spouse, name unknown. Val. I. Collins and spouse name unknown, Richard H. Collins and Collins his wife, given ifame unknown, and all of the unknown heirs, next of kin, legatees, devisees grantees and assignees of each and all of the above named de fendants, and each and all persons claiming by, through or under them and each and all of the unknown heirs, next of kin, devisees, legatees grantees or assigtn ees of Mary C. Collins, deceased, and of George Cox Jr., Maria Cox and Alfred Cox, deceased, or either of them, and each and'all persons claiming by, through or under them, and' all of the unknowx olaimjants of the southwest quar ter of section eight, the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter and the east half of the east half of the southeast quarter of the south«ast quarter of section seven all in township 78, range 34 west of the 5th P. M. Audubon County, Iowa., Defendants. To each and all of the above named defendants: You, and each of you, are hereby notified, that there is now on file in the office of the 'clerk of the District Court of said Audubon County, Iowa, the petition of plain tiff, William Kommes, claiming and alleging that he is tire absolute and unqualified owner of the south west quarter of section eight, and the northeast quartev of the southi east quarter, and the east half of the east half of the southeast quar ter of the southeast quarter of sec tion seven, all in township 'IS, range 34 west of the 5tli P. M. Au dubon County, Iowa that the plaintiff is informed ami believes that about the year 1S"-1, the de fendant, James B. Donnel, mad entry under the laws of tli-j United States, on the southeast quarter of section seven, township 78, range 34 that about October 23, 1855 the defendant Lewis Hummel ob tained a deed from one William Carpenter, conveying to sai^d defen dant the east half of the.southeast, quafter of the southeast' quarter of said section seven, township and range that about September 30, 1856, the defendant, Francis Hul cup, obtained a deed from one Lud wig Hummel and wife, conveying to said defendant the said, east half of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of said section seven, township and Tange that about May 8th, 1862, the de fendant, Isabella Lacy obtained deed from Francis Holcup, convey ing to said defendant, the east half of the east half of thie south east quarter, the north half of the southeast quarter of the south east quarter of section seven, town ship 78, range thirty-five (34) and that about September 7th, 1871, the defendant Samuel Decker, ob tained a deed from one W. C. Tol le and wife, conveying to said de fendant, the east half of the east half of the southeast' quarter of the southeast quarter of sec tion seven, township 78, range 34, and that it is not shown of record in the recorder's office of said Audubon County, Iowa, that you, the said defendants, and your respective spouses, if any or either of you, have ever recon veyed your interests under the con veyances aforesaid. That the plain tiff is informed and believes that you, the defendants above named and your respective spouses, if any and your unknown heirs, next of kin, legatees, devisees, grantees and assignees make some claim ad verse to the plaintiff, to said prem ises, and that said claims are based and founded on the hespectiv deeds and conveyances above sta ted, and that the claims of the •unknown heirs, next of kin, lega tees, devisees, grantees and assignees of each, and all of you, and all persons claiming by through ®r under them, to said premises, are derived through and tunder yon, the said defendantn^by reason ijjfcortT relationship with yor, •x efther of you, or in some other ftirtfifcr cllflmftigs$afif all*!®! that about the year 1859, George Cox Jr. became the owner of the east half of the southwest quarter of section eight, towmship 78, range 34, by purchase from one Robert M. Hubbard and wife, aiyj that s^ sequent thereto the said-' Gr&ffefg®-! Cox-Jr. died intestate, Waving sur viving him, as his only iheir-a't-law, his mother, Maria 'Cox that £ub-j sequent thereto, about the year 1867, the said Maria Cox died in testate, leaving surviving her amen other heirs, Mary C. Collins, and the defendants Fanny Brodrick and Henry H. Cox that about the year 1879, the said Mary C. Col lins obtained a deed" from Cox and wife, of certain interests of the said H. H. Cox, in the 'and formerly owned by the said George Cox Jr., and that subsequent there to, about the year 1888, the said Mary C. Collins died' intestate, lea ving surviving her, as her only heirs-at-law, the defendants, Annie M. Craig and S. L. Craig, her hus band, Mary E. Collins, Lewis Col lins, Sue P. Collins, Val I. Collins and Richard H. Collins that plain tiff is informed and believes that you, the said defendants, make some claim adverse to plaintiff, to tlig premises herein described, based and founded upon the pur chase by said George Cox, Jr., of the said east half of the southwest quarter of section eight, township 78, range 34,.and that such claim is derived by you, the defendants, Henry H. Cox and Fanny Brodrick, reason of your being heirs of Maria Cox, deceased, and by you, the defendants, Annie Craig and S. L. Craig,her husband, Mary E. Collins, Lewi^ Covins, Sue P. Collins, Val I. Collins and Richard H.Collins through your mother Ma ry C. Collins, deceased, by reason of the said Mary C. Cojlins being an heir of Maria Cox, deceased, and also by reason of the purchase aforesaid from H. H. Cox and wife, and that the claims of your respective spouses, and of the unknown heirs, next of kin, lega tees, devisees, grantees and assignees of you, the said defend ants, and of George Cox Jr., Mary Collins, Maria Cox and Alfred Cox, and all persons claiming by, through or under you, or them, to said premises, are derived through or under you, the sai^ defendants or through and under the said George Cox, Jr., Maria Cox, Alfred Cox and Mary C. Collins, by reason of their relationship with you or them, or in some other manner to this plaintiff unknown that the manner of derivation of the claim, if any, of any other unknown claim ant of the said southwest quarter of section eight the northeast quar ter of the southeast quarter and the east half of the east half of the southeast quarter of the south east quarter of section seven, all in township 78, range 34, is to this plaintiff unknown. And further alleging that the claims of each and all »f you, the defendants herein named and de signated,. are unfounded and are not valid in law nor equity. That each and all of the defendants herein named, are non-residents of this state, and that if there are any unknown heirs, next of kin, Legatees, devisees grantees or assignees of any of said defend ants or of George Cox Jr., Maria Cox, Alfred Cox and Mary C. Collins, or either through or under them, or any other unknown claimant of ell or any part of the property herein described, their names and places of residence are to this plaintiff unknown, although he has sought diligently to learn the same that the plaintiff and those under whom be claims title, have been in ac tual, visible,open distinct, notorious, continuous, hostile adverse pos session of all of the premi ses herein des-ribt'd, commencing under claim of ownership and color of title, for more than ten years last past, towit: since ab*ut the year 1876 that the matters and things as herein set out, create a cloud' upon plaintiff's title to said premises. And praying that the plaintiff's title and estate in and1 to said southwest quarter of section eight, the nertheast quarter of the south east quarter, and the east half of the east half of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section seven, all in township 78, range 34, Audubon County, F» 4« 1 V: .-•'" •v-v', V:'^: ,' *•••'.' A.W Day Phone 10 rht Phone 74 ^j|jp vW." H. '%it*N3ACT» A OBMBS AL BANKING BUSINQM.... mm .. Ict- wa, be established against the ad verse claims of each and all »f the defendants herein, aEd that tiiey, and all persons claiming by through or under them and by. through a^d under George Cox Jr., Maria C&fc Alfred Cox, Mary C. Collins, either of tbfcm, and all other uto of known clainffate of said land, be or barred and kww estopped vlr*Pil claiming or having any right or .ti tle to said premises, adverse to the plaintiff, and that the title thereto be quio'ei in the plaintiff, and the cloud1 on his title thereto rernovcC. And tfcat unless you appear there to and defend on or before noon of the second day of the-next term of said court, commencing at Aud ubon, said Audubon County, Iowa on the 25th day of February, 1913, default will be entered against you, end judgment and decree Ten dered as prayed'. Exira, Iowa Jaiwi-ry 9th, 1913. T. M. RASMUSStEN, Attorney for Plaintiff. The foregoing original notice having been presented to'me and duly inspected, the same is hereby approved at Harlan, Iowa, this 11th lay ef January, 1913, and it is ordered that said notice be pub lished four consecutive weeks in the Audubon County Journal, a newspaper of general circulation published at1 Exira, Auduben Coun ty, -I*»w6. 4 E. B. WOODRUFF,'! Jfpfh IW7 «r =sg^79gia|SjC35gg Judg£ of the lGth Judicial l)is tSaiv «v# ttict i«wa. W v.j. ij if: M? -yi-f 1 'J*... f. ,GE LrGrORE Funeral Dire&or and Licensed Embalmer -«*T f.„ __ 4-1T City Meat Market H. T. KROEGER, Proprietor, Exira, Ia. Ernest B. Voss 1 II ^Contractor and Builder. Mill Work, Wagon Work, Upholstering, Bee Supplies, Tanks, Screens and Buggy Tops. All work,,, Guaranteed.' EXIRA, IOWA *EN MADSB&. President :AR HUNT, l|£e Pres. htri. First ftactionaJ B&nk Exira, Iowa I* C*m». Co«ie/. ^34^'. tox-• ft Jotitx clJHjucJtt. Vice j'roidftll hd LeJeiioTr'r, Ctmhimr EXCHANGE BANK ^Eactm, Itnt-o. ColtecttoBt pvoaptly HUbM t». NMMy t© Imb on *cc»rtv9ii» ElcbiBfi bonfbt *im1 »olA. Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon Lard in any Quantity. A specialty of Cold Cooked ^Meats for a Quick Meal. IS Oysters and Celery in Season. We Sell Ice. We Buy Hides. J. M. CARLSON, Cashier G. E. HUNT, Asa'i Cash. 1 -1 Exira., Iowa. We respectfully solicit your business and extend courteous treatment to all. 9 9 TMaapiaDuataf.. &aea If you want to bor- If you have money to row money, come to us deposit, come to this bank 4 61 7 4 p-JHr* (. I VMS ,r L-* »r •'*, V' "S 'ft* .£8 1 For Greeley Farmers Mutual Fire and Lightning Insurance see Fred W#!ilert Si\ Exira, Iowa Wm. L. Clark. Hamlin, Iowa M. J. Mastereoii, Audubon. Have other agents in Audu bou, Guthrie and Adair coun ties. Also Wind and Torna do Insurance Written. Set* & H. N. Huss. Secy. Dr. W Clav. S Residence PJborve 8*7 All calls answered promptly day or night. FARM LOANS. iMtotMt Rate* Complete o/ A by tract of Titlif to ati iM+dmuujt Toim Xtfli iu 4Lff duftote Cmiriju GMABLE& BAG LEY Morifc^ •ffc ti.o&n Pl&ity it lowest rat**, pptional every day in the yeaj'. Best loan ever made, it V- Nash & Phelps" 'M S V?