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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, August 21, 1902, Image 1

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OHX RILEY,
Physician Surgeon
Office first door east of
Corner Drug Store, upstairs bXirfl, 10W&
JI. I\ ANDREWS,
Attorney at Law
Thirty years experience. Will practice in
ali courts of the state. Does a general
law business. Give him a call.
)&xira9 Iowa.
NEW LIYERY AND
FEED STABLE.
We have
NEW RIGS, Xorth
8PRY HORSES, "rLr
COMPETENT °f
DRIVERS.
Park.
Charges always reasonable.
Give us a call.
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J. 0. HOWARD
BOWDEN, ALBERTA.
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Local Representative of
CALGARY & EDMONSTON..
RAIL WAY LAND COMPANY.
—AND—
HUDSON BAY LAND COM
rr pany.
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Bona Fide Land Seekers Driven
Firee Eor a Reasonable Time.
Correspondence Solicited.
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Bi'-toV
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-made
Marv
OU can tell one as far as you see him.
There is a certain style about him
that is unmistakable,
a natty and pro
nounced dressiness
that is altogether dif
ferent from the best ready-made.
THE INTERNATIONAL
TAILORING COMPANY.
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO.
has developed the making of line made-to-measure garments into
a science and reduced the cost to a mere fraction of old-time mer
chant tailors' prices.
We are the local dealers for this famous concern and carry
over 450 of their elegant up-to-date samples, which we would be
pleased to show you. 1 /-i
J. FRIEND & SON,
AUDUBON, IOWA.
IF. R. COPEIJAND,
Ittorney at Law
Go to H. P. Hansen & Co. West
Exira for the Gem Wind mill and
pumps.
Margaret Henry is now living'
with an aunt out in California and
is doing duty as night nurse in a
hospital there.
Clarence W. Scott having sold his
farm will have a public sale on
September 11th. For further infor
mation $ee sale notices.
Charley Scharff will have a sale
September 9th at his father's farm
south of town of which due notice
will be given next week.
FOR SALE!—My 230-acre farm in
Greeley township. No agents. Ad
dress S. J, BURROWS, 1,143 Twenty
fourth street, Des Moines. 7-17-2ru.
An ice cream social was held last
Saturday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Kline two miles
south east of town which was a
success.
P. A. Miller and J. B. T. Lohner
left on Tuesday for South Dakota
where the former will visit his
brother Cliris Miller who owns a
good farm there.
John Spoo returned to his home
at Coon Rapids last Tuesday after
attending the funeral obsequies of
his father A. Spoo, who died at his
home in this citv last week.
Mrs. L. R. Pennell, a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Green, and her
two sons, Masters Leo and Don, of
South Omaha, are here this week
having a good visit with her par
ents.
Hansen The Coal Dealer!
Come in and Bee me for your
threshing coal I can save you mon
ey I screen all of my coal and
admit opposition but acknowledge
no competition. My prices always
the very lowest and my lines are
always CQmplete. Give me a call
and try me once and you will come
again. HANSEN, The West Exira
Coal Dealer!
Under The Turquoise Sky.
This most fascinating, clearest
and interesting description of Col
orado will be sent free by John Se
bastain, G. P. A. Great Rock Island
Route, Chicago. Also Camping in
Colorado free if you want it. Gives
full details for the inexperienced.
Information about Colorado hotels
and boarding houses gladly fur
nished. It will be worth your while
to learn the details of the cheap
rates to Colorado effective this sum
mer by the Rock Island. A postal
card to the above address will se
cure this information and literature
MONUMENTS!
Cheapest and Rest.
S. E. GRANT,
All work guaranteed.
Office over Ballev's store
SIXTEEN YEARS OLD. EXIRA, IOWA, THURS
DAY, AUGUST 21, 1902.
Atlantic, la.
Painless Extraction
Car fare allowed.
DR. W. M. GRIFFITH.
(Formerly of Des Moines.)
DENTIST.
ATLANTIO, IOWA
Modern Equipment, Including the FOUNTAIN
CUSPIDOR, giving a constant fresh flow of water at
chair. The MOTOR ENGINE by which work Is done
In less time and with less pain than by old method
Insure with the Continental Insur
ance Company, Theo. Patty, Agent
L. J. Oldaker, D. D. S. Office over
the Stuart bank. Exira, Iowa. Rooms
5 and 6.
W. H. Bowman carries a full line
of repairs for the Piano binders
mowers and rakes. 2 mo
Hon. H. F. Andrews was attend
ing to business in Audubon be
tween trains last Tuesday.
Doctor Oldaker, was an over Sun
day visitor in Des Moines with
friends, returning home Monday
evening.
Will Delahoyde came home last
Saturday from Dakota where he had
been for some time clerking in his
uncle's store.
LOST.—On the streets of Exira, a
ten dollar bill, on Saturday August
16th. Finder return to W. V. Shields,
North Branch.
FOR SALE!—Cheap, if taken soon.
Three high-grade Short-horn buJJs,
from ten to sixteen months old.
maltf, A. C. DODGE, Exira, la.
FOR SALE!—Thirty head of Duroc
Boars, March and April pigs. Big
growthy fellows. Two miles south
of Exira. Inquire of SAM SCHARFF.
The big picnic at L. P. Nelson's
west of town came off yesterday
with a large crowd in attendance
and lots of amusements on the pro
gram.
Taken up at my place, west of
Exira, a Hereford steer calf. Owner
can haye same by proving proper
ty and paying charges.
MADS MADSEN.
OLD IRON WANTED—Will pay
15 cents for stove plate, 30 cents for
old iron or 20 and 35 cents in trade.
Want it in the next two weeks.
H. P. HANSEN, West Exira.
Will Houston, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Houston, who grew to man
hood's estate in Exira, will shortly
remove his family to New York
City where he will engage in busi
ness.
J. W. Shoesmith residing in the
south east part of town is canvas
sing AudUbon this week in. the
interest of a sure fruit and vege
table, as well as corn presever. He
is meeting with excellent success.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.—One hund
red and twenty acres of land out in
Nebraska. A little money—$200.00
and a few good horses and cattle
will buy this land. We will do any
thing to clean up this deal. Call
early and get a snap. C. A.MARLIN
Wm. Delahoyde left last Tuesday
for Sloan Iowa to resume his can
vass for the Taggart and Lyman
nursery and on the eve of his de
parture brought to this office some
magnificent samples of plums of
which he has seventeen varieties at
his home in south east Exira.
Mrs. W. F. Stotts and Miss Del
Prather, who have been visiting
their relatives, the Houston fami
lies, here went to Des Moines Mon
day night to pass a few days with
Mrs. O. J. Houston and Mr. Will
Houston, other relatives, then home
again at Little Rock, Arkansas.
Messrs. Ed. Benton, Isaiah Ben
ton, Jim Benton, Daniel Artist,
John Morgan, William VanAernam
Jake Hill, Otto Witthauer, George
Huyck and Mrs. Ed. Dryden, all
substantial farmers of this locali
ty started with Agent W. R. Cope
land on a land hunting trip up to
South Dakota, last Monday.
Will Martes went up to Temple
ton last week and rented a 160 acre
farm within one mile of that city
paying $3.00 per acre. He came
home and loaded up his plow and
other necessaries and left on Satur
day for his future home. He will
board at the home of his former
neighbor Pete Thielen who atone
time resided south of this town.
Hardman's Poland Chinas.
Better this year than ever. Twen
ty-five boars for sale, sired by Oak
wood Chief, the largest boned hog
in the county. J. C. HARDMAN,
7-10tf Brayton, Iowa
Farm For Sale.
I offer my farm, consisting of 90
acres, two and one-half miles south
east of Exira for sale. A good six
room house, stone foundation and
good cellar, wind mill and cistern,
good bearing orchard and young
orchard, ten acres of hog pasture,
tight fence, fair outbuildings. A
bargain if taken soon.
ALBERT CIHAK.
Cash Prize of $100.00 For A Name.
For the new daily limited train to
California to be placed in service
November 1, 1902, by Rock Island
System and Southern Pacific Com
pany via the El Paso Short Line.
The competition is open to the pub
lic and conditions involve no fees
of any kind. For circular of instruc
tions address at once John Sebas
tain, Passenger Traffic Manager,
Rock Island System, Chicago.
-i-"'"v-. %,.' *..
C. W. nARLIN, Editor and Publisher
LOCAL NEWS
Clarence W. Scott will leave for
Oklahoma uext Monday on a land
hupt.
Robt. L. Gransberry has pur
chased the John Griggs property
on the hill in West Exira and will
build anew house.
Mr. and Mrs. Gale, from Des
Moines, were over Sunday visitors
with their relatives at the Mrs.
Laura Delahoyde home, in this city.
Henry Glueck of Waterford, Wis
consin came last Tuesday on a vis
it to his cousin Chris Bauer of
Greeley. He will return to his
home tomorrow.
Prof. P. M. Hersom arrived here
last Tuesday and is arranging his
furniture and is getting things in
shape for the arrival of his family
so as to go to keeping house.
Arthur Bartlett, of Chadron Ne
braska arrived in this city last
Tuesday evening and is the guest
of his mother in law Mrs. F. J.
Shrauger and of his brother-in-law
D. E. Shrauger.
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These
Prices
are
good
all
through
August.
After
that
look out
for our
Mam
moth
Stock of
Fall and
Winter
Goods.
WANTED!—Man with small family
to work by the year. NICHOLAS
BINTNER, Exira, Iowa. au21tf.
Mrs. Will Wissler has been very
ill the past week and under the care
of a physician but is said to be
some what improved a-t this date.
Mine Host W. R. Bruner, of the
Park Hotel, departed Tuesday for
Watertown, up in South Dakota,
morning where he will pass some
time working at carpentering and
investigating the merits of that
promised land.
Mrs. Charlie Milliman went down
to Clarinda, Monday, to pass a few
days with her sister-in-law, Miss
Jessie Milliman, who is stopping in
that city. Mrs. Milliman will visit
her relatives near Malvern before
returning to Exira.
Clarence Scott has sold his two
hundred and seventy acres, known
a8 the G. T. Poage place, two miles
south of town, to Soren Anderson
and that gentleman will take pos
session of his new home the first of
next March.
Mrs. HattieTedfort, who has been
visiting friends at Saint Paul, Min
nesota, arrived in our city Monday
evening and is passing a few pleas
ant days visiting with her friend,
Miss Mollie Delahoyde, on Jefferson
street. These ladies were former
neighbors at Prescott, Arkansas.
A XT
PREPARATORY SALE
TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR FALL AND WINTER GOODS
All $ 1.00 Shirts
All $ 1.25 Shirts
All $ 1.50 Shirts
Best Barrel Salt
20 lbs. Sugar
Package Coffee
SHOES AND CLOTHING
**70 RER CENT D/QCQUNT
ALL SUMMER GOODS
AT COST
All 50c and 65c Shirts
8 bars Picnic Soap
O E I E S
1 8 lbs. Gran. Sugar
25 lbs. Good Prunes
25 lbs. Dried Grapes
1 6 lbs. Four Crown Raisins,
7 bars White Russian Soap,
Red Salmon, 3 cans for
Corn and Peas, 3 cans for
Best Cider Vinegar
LADIES' SLIPPERS
AT COST
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS A»o WRAPPERS
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
O XT R, S O R, 1* A. H!
FRANK GAULT & CO.
CIRCULATION EXCEEDS
2200
A O E I N
$1.00 PEK YEAR
Hugh Delahoyde is in Audubon
this week assisting Dentist McLaren
in caring tor patients in the parlors
of that gentleman in that city.
Station Agent Butler's family
came home from their eastern Iowa
visit last Saturday night which
caused an unusually bright smile
to adorn that gentleman's counte
nance.
Mrs. L. B. Ragan will visit the
east, the latter part of the week, to
study the new creations in millinery
and to select a stock of fall and
winter goods for her shop in this
city.
The Democratic electors of Exira
township, Audubbn county, will
meet in caucus at the Town Hall in
Exira on the evening of Thursday,
August 28, 1902, at eight o'clock for
the purpose of electing delegates to
the county convention to be held in
Audubon on the 30th day of August
and for such other business as may
properly come before the caucus.
GEORGE. F. KAPP, Chairman.
Dave Cahill sold the G. J. Maris
farm in Seeley township to Audu
bon parties at $67.50 per acre. This
farm was sold early in the summer
to Des Moines parties at $60.00 per
acre. It contains two hundred and
sixty acres, and is about eight miles
from this place. Taking its situa
tion and distant location from a
market town the price received is
considered a good one.—Guthrian-
43c
85c
$1.00
$1.20
4
1
Butter,
Eggs
and
Poultry
Taken
at
Highest
Market
Price
$ 1.25
$1.00
$1.00
10c
$ 1.00
$1.00
$1.00
25c
25c
25c
25c
20c

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