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GEO. N. CORL Res. Phone 194 W 7 -v 1 1 There is a delightful Eng lub feeling about this sim bomdike interior which is tn perfect agreement with itbe English exterior shown W^eatTii v.. The simplicity of Colonial tines distinguishes this home It has the same floor plant as the other houses shown btre. fa I CORL & TERHUNE EMBALMING AND FUNERAL DIRECTING Store Phone 10 5XIRA IOWA let me help you- If you are planning on building a house or barn, or any other struct- a a a figure with you. I can give you an estimate in a short time. I have had 20 years experience in the busi ness. I am preppred to do all kinds "v of work From the Plainest to the Highest Quality ».•••• All Workmanship Guaranteed 4 See me Before Building J. W. WISSLER, Contractor and Builder ft Really beautiful woodwork at •reasonable cost has long been a cherished dream of home build ers. '^1 fOne This friendly looking carries out the in Western exprj\ sion. could get, good woodwork honest wood and excellent workmanship at a fair price. But to finish a home in wood work architecturally true, to some period or expression required the services of an architect to work out every detail of that wood work. This done, it was neces skry for some manufacturer to /produce that special order of ..woodwork. The builder paid—* and should have for all this special work. No wonder beautiful..homes used to be expensive. For over half a century—ever since 1856 the Curtis Com panies have made good general^. M. R. TERHUNE Res. Phone 128 ..• -3 This fn c-room English collage is built for com fbrt ami follows the best tradi tions of English construction. mim wSisiuL r^i—-^= i"1** eautu and EaonomifMeet woodwork and also some of the special kind. But their ambition was to make the special kind for every home builder. It seemed that only in one way could the is special kind of woodwork be put within the reach of all—that wav is thiough the standardization of the beautiful, the specially-de signed woodwork, correct archi tecturally in every line. -k Curtis guaranteed and trade marked Woodwork was, there fore, standardized from designs made bv one of America's fore most architects. And through our co-operation' with the manufacturers of Curtis Woodwork, we are able to offer you good woodwork combining beauty and economy. Standardi zation, a prosaic manufacturing" method,.thus becomcs the means through \vhiel| you can have, at reasonable cost, the woodwork of your desire.' I -*T Curtis Woodwork is true to four architectural expressions Colonial, English, Southern and Western. And Curtis* homes—of from tliree to eight rooms—were also planned and designed by Trow bridge & Ackerman, the noted New' York architects, who de signed all the Curtis Woodwork now within the reach of all. GREEN ssiBAY,LUMBER CO., B. F. Jensen, Manager •-. V. -V v-r-V' or ens, revs Hpc TOWNS Items of Interest Gathered From Our Exchanges Roundabout. Andrew J. Seaman, aged seventy five yearh, died recently in Omaha. He was said to be tlie stingiest man in America, although worth a half million to a million dollars. At one time his home had been in Council Bluffs just across the river but, after locating in Omaha thirty five years ago, he never crossed the bridge back as he would not give the ten cents fare. He is said to have lived on fifteen cents a day. At one time he had business in Denver and, rather than pay $35 railroad fare for the round trip he walked the entire distance both ways. When on his deathbed, he requested that no coffin be bought, saying that a plain pine box was plenty good enough. It is said a Red Cross nurse will be secured for the schools of Cass county the coming year. This was decided several months ago but it was impossible to get one for this a ifei ^W AUDUBON COUNTY JOURNAL S. R. Nelson has bought the half the Bank of Anita has presentee interest of L. M. Martin, district that city with electroliers for the highway engineer, in the old F. R. business section. The gift was Mfjt" 1 is moat onou «•. AC fW p- When you have selected your home from these 200 new home designs, we will obtain plans for syou from which you can build your home. Would you like to see ^ome of these different homes and learn more about our service? Let us obtain for you, free, a portfolio of "Better Built Homes." If you are interested in 3, 4, or 5-room houses, you will want portfolio No. VI if you desire a home of 6, 7, or 8 roonis, we will obtain portfolio No. VI1 for you. Or, perhaps you would like portfolio No. VIM, which shows homes particularly adapted for farm use. Each portfolio contains illustrations of k'/'the exteriors, interiors, and floor plans, with complete descriptions of thirty-two homes. Which portfolio do you wish? Begin now to start action on realizing your dreams of a home of your own, by talking over your homebuilding plans with us. ?&>: Donohoe farm on the White Pole road near Lewis. The latter owned the farm with Mike Metz. The land adjoins the town of Lewis and contains 2o acres. It is one of the finest farms in this vicinity.— Atlantic News-Telegraph ———. T1 Miss Theresa Dansdill, state health director, who gave an inter esting address at our Parent. Teachers Association two weeks ago, has been conducting an art poster contest among the school children of Iowa. The Clinton schools captured all the prizes and several honorable mentions. «m Miss Rosalie Knox went to At lantic on Saturday to spend the week end with her sister, Mrs. Charles Achart.—Adair News.^J,i-. Mrs. Hans Marquesen was taken seriously ill last Friday and has been unable to take care of her du ties in the store. She is somewhat improved at this writing and it is hoped she will be completely re covered in the near future.-Kim ballton-Elkhorn Record. Hi.t \»'V BBisjiwuEr'i ^V'/B iisis Vimsfe1 I r.'rrsf. 77 vv Avoca has already announced that she will have a regular old fashioned Fourth of July cele bration. Leon G. Voorhees, president oi1 WiB3 hi the dciilopmc.t of t'ns hovse the Southern feeltne' (1/1 IJ IICfl/1 2-.il WOODWORK "3%e Permanent JicrnitaivJbribarJtdme A/?*.' made after an effort to raise the sum needed by popular subscrip tion had failed. soar. Dr. Jeanette Throckmorton of the Iowa State Board of Health has been invited to give her lec ture "The Fashions and Public Health'' at the congress in Brussels, Belgium, in May. This congress will be attended by King George and Queen Mary England as well as by the Royal Belgian family. 4 4 », \s John T. Hozen, a resident oi' Avoca, has lived in that city for fifty years. He is an auctioneer, an ex-state representative and is seventy-four years old. '. An action for divorce has been ssarted by Mrs. Keyes Hallock of Brayton with an $80,000 alimony clause included. Mantz & White of Audubon and Swan, Clovis & Swan are Mrs. Hallock's attorneys and H. M. Boorman of Atlantic represents Mr. Hallock. GriSwold has organized an en thusiastic baseball nine and are trying to obtain bookings for Sun day and holiday games. They hope to play most of the games on the home diamond. The largest bridge arid culvert contract ever let by Cass county amounting to $80,000 was awardec last week by the Board of Super visors. aaa Old Ford Racer Found Ford Racer "999" which in 1903 4 started the Ford reputation to ward success by beating the mile a minute record in the hands of Bar ney Oldfield and Henry Ford, him self, was recently discovered and bought by W. L. Hughson, Ford dealer in San Fransisco. The car was cleaned up, shined and insured for $25000 and sent on an exhibi tion tour. It was shown at the San Fransisco Automobile Show and proved to be a great attraction. This car made its debut in 1904 when Henry Ford drove it to Suc cess at a speed of one mile in 39 4-5 seconds on an ice track built on Baltimore Bay. The "Ford Times" of July 1903, referring to "99i)' 11 On Fiiday says, "It won race after race in every part of the country. Its performance was a real sensation, -V not only here but abroad, and did George lash of Messena town-1 as much to make known the name ship, Cass county, has sold his of Ford as any other circumstance farm of 320 acres to Ray Trainer This same article, after boasting of Anita for $3o0 per acre. The of the 20,000 Ford owner* (there sum involved was $112,000. The are now more than 3,000,000 1 goes price of Iowa land continues to on to tell why racing wa* discon tinued. "In the early Days of the EXCWNQE SWE BAN 15 .. EXIRA, IOWA ,. ^r-"' Thirtj Years of Continuous, Conservative and Successful Banking. We invite your patronage. Chas. Van'Gor (lev, President Edwin Delahoi/de, Vice President V. J. Lenke, Cashier Bailey Meat Market FRESH and CURED MEATS GROCERIES Avoca Flour, per sack.. $3 65 ewuitijars the stin down aijd iriiiain ido^ed until about suu down Saturday. I Exira Bakery Industry Racing undoubtedly stim ulated business and was of benefit as a trade bringer for a new pro duct. Today it is unnecessary to engage in races and stunts to awak en interest. The interest is wide awake and the problem is how best to provide for that interest which a growing demand for cars eviden ces. There was a time though, when no entry list was considered complete until the Ford entry was in, and the records of these four and five years ago are replete with triumphs of Ford cars, guided to victory by such experts as Henry Ford, Frank Kulick and by Barney Oldfield." "1 Meaning of Word "Hohenzollern." The word "Hohenzollern" has no dis tinctive moaning in itself, except aa circumstances by common consent luive invested it with such meaning. Origi nally it was the name of a German princel*. family of the middle ages, which for a long time furnished the kings of Prussia who, when the empire was formed, became emperors of Ger many. The rulers of this line have been so autocratic and Imperialistic as to make the word "Hohenzollern" sy nonymous with extreme autocracy and imperialism. Poor Man's Household Goods. "The man of high descent may love'-' the halls and lands of his inheritance as a part of himself, as trophies of his birth and power the poor man's at tachment to the tenement he holds,'® which strangers have held before and may tomorrow occupy again, has a»?f worthier root, struck down into a pur-!® er soil. His household goods are of^ flesh and blood, with no alloy of sil-v ver, gold or precious stones."—Charles® Dickens. EGG TONIC HENS LAY #1 V, I J- K. ande Uvake, Cashier- J. M. Carlson, Asst. Cashier nuimni Phone No. 73 Coffee and Cake Call on me when you wi^li to have CAKK for your dinner party. COOKIES, ^t) r.ts. per dozen. HRKAI) 1 Tic per loaf. ¥i doors will cIoph about P. JORGENSEN, Proprietor.