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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, March 20, 1913, Image 5

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Manners Are DlrterenT.
Manners are different in different
parts of the world, and even the short
space of the English channel makes
a difference. On the British side a lady
bowB first to a man whom she knows,
and on the French side she would
never think of bowing until the man
tad first recognised her. In England
a man rises to open the door for a
lady, and In France such a proceed
ing would be considered officious. In
France the stranger makes the first
call, and .in England it is, of course,
the older resident who mpkes the ad.
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Copyright Hart Schaffher & Mirx
O you want new clothes for
Easter Sunday? Everybody
"decorates" for that day, or be
fore no reason why you should
not. You'll find the Kope£thin£s
for it here.
Hart Schaffner & Marxjg
Spring suits new stylish models
in Spring overcoats the ^latest
shapes in Spring hats the finest
Neckwear in new patterns.
If you want a froi coat well fit
-you or a silk hat or anything else
that you need, to wear
This store is the home of Hart Schaffuer & Marx ciothes
We are in Favor.of. Woman's Suffrage
providing through it the womau can make bet
ter homes and eet higher ideals for the child
ren. She has to take cave of the home and bi
instinct she is the home builder she realizes
the good influence it has on the youth of our
laud, and ym men would be astonished if you
knew as well as we do what good judgment
they have when it comes to the selection of
lumber. They kuow that our casing, base and
mill work is the best there is and they are also
the best to select windows and dot.rs which will
add beauty to any residence at the least ex*
pense, so if you are thinking of building a
.home we want to talk to both ou and your
,. wife and will helb you in the selection of your
$ irvi'
I. .V-V
The Exira Drug Company d-esTeve.
praiise from Exia people for intro
ducing hero the simple buckthorn
bark and glycerine mixture known
as Adlerdka.. Thie a'tmpl-a Geramni
remedy first became famous by cur
ing appendix:
ltd and St has now
been discovered that A Sing'.e
Doae ireliCiV^s sour stomach, gas on
tfce stomach and constipation IN
STANTLY. It's qluck action a
hig «^rprlae to people Adr. cncL iil*fated dv i^oiu^'ad'our."
•t*s .•£
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Peder&en eft1
Tuesday for Raciiiie, Wiseomsui
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dively visited
Sunday at the A. Win:
her home.
Remember the bazaar Monday af
ternoon in the Gymnasium Hall
held by the K. L. S.
Anders Andersen arrived Monday
from Ord, Nebraska. ,for a visit at
the- T. G. Muller home.
Mrs. Emil Tveaastrup, who has
been quite sick is repoited to be
improving at this wriitjng.
Chris Christ-eneen celebrated his
68th birthday, Sunday, March: 16th,
A host of friemds helped him spend
the day and evening.
Miss Marie Maiskjar and Mi&s
Anna Overgaard, who have Sjent
two weeks at the T. G. Muller homA
left Tuesday for Des Moiines.
Chr.'s P. Andresen and faiiiily
left Monday for a visit with rel'
atives and friends in Denmark.
They expect .to be gone about a
year or more.
Mis. Hedegaaid and daughters,
Gudruin and Mrs. Rigmrs Ko:k wi3
baby girl left Tuesday for Des
Moines, Iowa, where Frode Kock
is employed in a creamery.
T. G. Mullers gave a dancing
party Friday night in honor of
Jens West aind wife. On account of
the blizzard only a small prowd
was present buit those there report
a fine time.
Crivf- Ovt of Perlin.
Mips Arra Mn'gan, heiress to $i00,
000,000, says a Vienna paper, was
driven out ol' Heilin, where Hhfc hoi.
to stu.iy poV.Moo-sc'Cial condit'i-ns, by
tho beggars, high r.nd low, nobility and
others, who no sooner heard of the
arrival of the rich Ameri«*n girl than
they set sieee to her dollars. Indi
viduals, societies, churches, charitable
institutions and promoters of business
schemes wrote, telegraphed and sent
messengers. It all looked funny to
the young woman at first, but it be
came a nuisance, from which she es
caped by means of her aHtomobile, in
which she hastened to a nearby sum
mer resort.
Female Lien Tamers.
A lion broke Icose at an electrical
exhibition at Marseilles and made his
way on the sta!e of the theater, where
a baiiet was ueing rehearsed. The
panic an ung the women -of the bal
let when the !ion su^dTly came irto
view was intense. Three of
dancers, however, were possessed of
more courage than the rest, and,
sna*"hliis off ihrir shoes, they ber.t
tho e-eat!y n?trr!shed liear-t into sub
mission. When the licn-taner arrived
the lion welcomed him with evident
joy and alicwei himself to be ieJ
back to h's care in the moit docile
fashion. He seeded as glad to get
away from the ballet girls as they
were to get rid ol' him.
Distinguishing Time.
Through the fundamental division
of time, the day appears intuitive to
mrst persons. It is wcH to remember
that in the arctic regions the marking
of this division is by no means easy
Duiing severaJ successive months the
sun is either ilways below or always
above the horizon and the on'y meth
od—a very cf.ulr: me—of disrin
guMiirig uttweeii a.:d nigiu is to
ob ihe times it high and low tide.
Divis of tfm? lr. hs conies
from the motions of the nionn. Ma'iys.
Polynesians and Australian aborigines
rcokon time ex«iUoivv. Uy uionihs
and cays.
T!.e Kind's Favcrite.
it seems a tlo st:an£e that so
nany women of the world should be
arranging the l.air after the fashion
made famous by the favorite of a king,
whom she served for 24. years. Then
her beauty waning, her use in this
world was over, and she made way
tor another. And she was but 44 years
„Jfs •&"«. &5-tMi^«\,y«,A3U
Politics in Gray
They are doing things at Gnay
The little town is ali.ve as usual
to the political s,.tatiion. Witfo
only 41 voters, 16 of them aire on
ithe tickets for election. The boys
are alert to the duitiee confronting
them and knowing the men as we
do it would seem itha»t the inteirestp
of the town will be well subserved
whether the People's ticket or th«
Citizen's ticket wins.
C'rfcst L'-uthov.'se Closed.
The oldest lighthouse in England—
Leasowe light. ontthe NVirral shore
has just been t.:Cbed «ter a notable
service of 150 ye:-.:s. It is seven sto
ries high and of massive masonry
founded, si range to say, on cotton
This was taken from a wreck in the
neighborhood and was regarded as the
best Mibstance fo:- a foundation in
sand. How well it has served is
shown by tie history of the light
house. This, by ihe way, was dam
ased by Are in i7G3, and as a result ei
inveriigation the sals of into:::
siting liquor in lighthouses was foi
bidden. For the last len years Lea
sowe has been the only lighthouse is.
the world, it is said, kept anil teaued
by wemen.
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Where—At K. of P. Hall.
year old sorrel mare
Ideal "Never Fail" cast range
Malleable range
Fanning mills
Gas engines
Corn shellers
Wagon boxes
Corn planters
6-inch btiring plows
1 1
What for—Benefit of Library—Need Books.
is it-A I
Who by—Home Talent.
What's the charge—Adult's Tickets ONLY, at FredCot
ton's Store, 50c. Children's Tickets (at the door), 25c.
At Fullerton's Lumber Yard
TPI^'VI^- All purchases under ^20.00, cash over $20.00,
two per cent discount for cash, or bankable noie
for one year at 7 per cent interest.
Sale to commence at 1:30 p. m.
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tain, Marcti 27 '15
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With Easter only one weeks
away you, will be
.v interested in
First Showing
p!^^Jp(BlilS|liS|i iillillSt Jl
Dress and Tailored
-1 4-inch stiring plows
"Jenny i. cultivator
'New D. cultivators
Ti uck wagons
Sterling hay rake
Mandt wagon
Overland riding cultivators
ies ./
^eck-row wire
8- foot Perkins windmill
The Exira Drug Co. offers ore
Cornish 6 octave organ at
public auction Saturday.

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