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Audubon Co., Journal, November 11
Town of Brayton, la. Public Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to a petition signed biy a1 majority of the qualified electors of the to, win of Brayton Iowa and by authority of a resolution duly pass ed by the Council of the said towln at its regular meeting, November let, 1915, A. D. that a special mu nicipal election of the town of Bray ton, Audubon County, Iowa, will be held in the town hall in said to,win of Brayton, Iowa, on the 6th day of December 1915, from 8 o'clock A of said day to 7 o'clock of said day for the purpose of vot ing on the following questions: Notice to Voter: For an affirma tive vote upon the following ques tion, make a cross "X" mark in the square after the word "Yes." For a negative vote make a similar marts in- the square following the word "No." Shall the following public meas ure be adopted? "•Shall the Town of Brayton, Audubon Cour ty, Iowa, erect and establish a Water Works System in and for said Towln? Yes No For the issuance of Bonds in the sum mot to exceed $7500. 00 for Water. Works Purposes. Against the issuance of Bonds in the sum not to exceed $7500. ®0 for Water Works purposes? Those in favor of issuing bonds lor Water Works- purposes will mark a cross- "X" in the square op posiite the "For the issuance of bonds, eto. Those not in favor of issuing bonds for Water Wirks* purposes, •will mark a cross "X" in the square opposite the "Against the issuance of bonds, etc." At which election all the legal votera of said town are hereby •notified to appear at said time and place. Dated at Brayton, Iowa, this 1st day of November, 1915. L. C. HeathllililP Mayor. Sold Under a Binding Guarantee Money Back If It Fail* *I-*f 4 For Mm or B*a*t HAN FORD'S Balsam of Myrrh A LINIM1NT For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Sprains, Strains, Stiff Neck, Chilblains, Lame Back, OldSores, Open Wounds, and all External Injuries. Made Since 1846. AsJb0A^b°dy Price SOc and $1.00 AH Dealers c°LYA Cft rtll WWHIUITL SYRACUSE. N. Y. The EXIRA SCHOOL NEWS There was no school last Thurs day and Friday, on account of the teachers' f.oing to Des Moines to attend the Iowa State Teachers' As sociation. Don't forget the Alpha program Friday afternoon, November 12th., in the high school audi,tori,um. The Soph mores had a party on November 1st. at the home of Miss Noonu Carrie Rendleman went to GHn nell last Thursday, to visit her sister, Flora. Both came to Dies Moines Saturday, and attended the foot ball game between Grinnell and Drake. State Superintendent, Deyoe, has informed Mr. Hioyman that the plans of the Exdra building, are to be placed in the bulletin published by the state department. The Semoir girls have organized a basket ball team, and expect to play other high "WWW CO" IS THE GREATEST $1.00 Self Filler FOUNTAIN PEN PROPUCED It's Extraordinary For Sale by Nels Ha^rvserv Presciption Druggist Exira, Iowa 4 schoolSemodr teams. The first and second rooms are preparing for a Thianksgivinlg pro gram. The high school boys are practic ing for a basket ball game with Oakland, the 19tli. of November This will be the first intersicholas tic game held in the new gymna sium. (Daisy Brown is leaving school as her family is- leaving for Nebraska. The school, is very grateful to the young men of the town, who-, as rent for the use of the gymna siium, have furnished some very fine apparatus. They have already purchased a vaulting box, jumping standards, and three wirestling and tumbling mats. 1 Carrie Rentfleman and Carrie Pe tersen attended the football game between Drake and Grinnell in Des Miodnles. After attending the Iowa's. State teachers association in Des Moines, Miss Brown went to her home ajt J^anora, SatuTdaiy evening l*( f£ f, CAN BE MED Every so oiften the state agricul tural experiment stations individ ually and collectively are repri manded for publishing findings in jurious to various fake animal re medies1. Hog cholera has ever been rich gazing for the quacks of this count tryi. Everything from witch-craft secrets to plain epsom, salts are sold at scandously high prices to the farmers .of .America. The Iowa Experiment Station has recently "tried and found wanting" six so-called hog cholera cures and specifics and. has published a de tailed report of their experiments in circular No. 25. The publica tion of this circular made one company's president lose his pre sence of mind and. he made the fatal mistake of voicing his objec tion in a letter to the Iowa sta tion. It is quite plain that the com* pany is not eager to prove the merits ofl their product but merely question, a station's right to_ pub lish results. Hiere is the letter: "By will at right do you claim the privilege of mailing these circulars through Iowa? ••"",_ We regret exceedingly thlat there are men who occupy positons of trust wiho will with impunity violate the ethics of fair play in such a flagrant manner. While it is a little more refined than, the method emr- ploye'd by the 'black banders,' the principle is just as reprehensible. You are using the taxpayers' money to distribute and print circular 25, May we ask in whose interest this is done? Is it not true that there a thorough understanding between Amesa, Purdue, Ohio, North Dako ta, Kentucky and others in mak ing this attack? You Willi see that there will be a day of reckoning." President R. A. Pearson, of Iowa (State College replied to this letter that the experiment station has the right, both, under state and feder al la we, to investigate all questions reliatlnig to agriculture and pub lishing the results. "We do not understand," continued President Pearson's letter "that the ethics of fair play have been violated and your reference to black ihand methods is not deserving of. re ply. We believe that the farmer^ of Iowa are entitled to know wihat they are buying, and we challenge you to state how your so-called onemedy is made. You are correct in saying that tax-payers' money is used to distribute circular 25. Ths work is done in the interest of the farmers of this state and of the public. There is an earnest purpose among state experiment stations to serve the ,r "farmers of itheir own states and to protect them from frauds originating in their owtn and other states. If it were necessary we could cite cases where many thousand dollars' worth of hogs. have been lost in Iowa be cause of the faith placed in so called hog ciholera remedies which are not remedies at all. On the other hand, we can cite almost countless instances of the saving of hogs through the use of hog cholera serum. 'We do net find that yc.u point out a single error in circular 25. You attack the motives of the pub lication but not its contents, which seemi to be unchallenged to this date." In this matter the Iowa station has rendered the people an inestim able service. Taxpayers' money is what they use and they axe mak ing proper use of it. Such moneys are given to. our agricultural ex periment stations that they may prove a- means of enriching the country by saving unnecessary losses and not to aid a few, individuals in getting rid of a fake product. The experiments of the Iowa sta tion, as well as of all others, have, proven conclusively that hog chol era cannot be cured by any present kmowm remedy, but that it positive ly can be prevented by timely use of the serum treatment. Too mudh care cannot be exercised, however, in knowing that hog ch.olera serum is pure and that it is properly administered.—Kimball Dairy Far mer. Hlieumutism and Allied Pains— They Must Go. The congestion in its flow causes pain. Sloan's Liniment penetrates to the congestion and starts the blood to flow freely. The body's warmth is renewed the pain is gone. The "man or woman who has rheumatism, neuralgia or other pain and fails to keep Sloan's Lini ment in their home is like a drowning man refusing a rope.' Why suffer. Get a bottle of Sloan's 25c. and 50c. $1.00 bottle hold six times as much as 25c. size. 2 Mr. L. A. Ken oyer, of Ames, was here last Sunday night and organ ized, a young peoples Christian En deavor Society. Officers elected. Mrs. Chas Linn. Pres F. J. Rogers, Vice Pres Rec. Sec'y, E. Baldwin Fin,. Sec'y, Chas Linn Treae. Mrs. Clara Newell. Mr. and Mrs. C'has Linn went over to Botna Sunday, and spent the day with her sister, Mrs. Nie McOonjUeiil. Miss Mabel Hansen was in Gray, Sunday. C. Shingledecker and wife were in Manning Wednesday afternoon. Art Billix left with his car of goods for Wisconsin, Wednesday evening. The family will follow later. Mrs. Cornier entertained the Ladies Guild Society Wednesday af ternoon. A 10 cent supper wtas served to 30 guests. j. /vV JMS 3 Head o® Horses 1 Bay Horse 7yrs old, wt 1200 Matched team of Gray Horses. 1 2 yrs old, wt 2300 15 Head of Cattle 6 Good Milch Cows 1 two-yr old Heifer 4 yearling Sreers 2 yearling Heifers 2 spring Calves. 31 Head of Shoats All healthy Chester White Male Hog C. Shingledecker and father, at tended the Miller funeral in Audu bon, Tuesday. F. J. Rogers made a business trip to Omaha, last Wednesday. The Ladies of the U. B. Church, will hold their annual bazaar, Nov ember 20th. Everyone is invited. There will be quite a display of useful articles for Christmas.. A general supper wil/1 be served in the Woodmann HailJ. Don't forget the date, come and have a good time. They will commence to serve supper by five o'clock. Austin Linn is moving into the property vacated by Billix and John iShaw will move into his home sometime in the future. Local Items J. P. Lair wenit to Qriswold Mon day on.a business trip. Lou Klever shelled corn for John I-. Hensley last Friday and Satur day. The best line of heating stoves we have ever shown. W. E.. Varney. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hieonsley were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Leroy Hensley in Greeley township. Mrs. Wedsbrodt left last Wednes day for her home in Des Moines after being at the bedsde of her father, Grandpa Voss. The buildings on the John Nel sem Jr. farm, south of town, are .completed and Kirk Knox is giving them their first coat of paint C. L. McAininch, wife and son, left last Thursday for Villisca, where they visited at tine home of her' brother, Roy Hamlin and wife. Mrs Doll Spoo and daughter, Mis® Pauline, went down to Atlan tic, Saturday and spent the day with their friends, Mrs. Will1 Wood ward and daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Sch warm. Misses Gladys Hansen, and Mar garet Scavaland came up from At lantic last Wednesday and visited until Saturday with relatives, and friends. in® At my residence miles east and 3-4 north of Exira Commencing at 10 o'clock the following described property 50 Head of Live Stock Free Lunch at 11:30 O'clock ROY JONES, Auct. A.W.HARVEY, Clerk 3"lZ ST Mrs. Alice Connrardy commenced her Dressmaking Course last Mon day morning. Nov. 10, 1915 Grain and Hay DISPERSION SALE 23 Head Registered Percheron MARES and STALLIONS, all ages Wednesday, Nov, 17 '15 Fair Grounds Audubon, Audubon Co., Iowa Send for Catalogue John Cameron, R. F. D. 6 To Our Patrons As we close our year's business Dec 1st we desire to call your attention to the fact that we wish to get our books settled up before that time. In order to do this we will ask our custo mers to please call and make settlement of their accounts betore that date. PLpASE GIVE THIS YOOF PROMPT ATTENTION Green Bay Lbr. Co. M. R. Terhune, Manager Page Sevan. 700 bu. old Corn, 30 acres of Corn in field, 800 bu. good seed Oats,Clover and Timothy Hay in barn, 2 doz. Chickens. Farm Machinery Wagon, Plows, Corn Planter, Cultivators Hay Rake, Harrow Mower, etc. Some household goods and other articles. TERMS. A credit of 1 year will be given on sums over $10 no interest if paid when due, if not BO paid, 8 per cent will be charged from date. Sums of $10 and under cash. 3 per cent off for cash Audubon, Iowa 1 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur VanAerna.m and Miss Erma Basil am woro -visit ing in Atlantic Satu y.