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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, September 24, 1903, Image 1

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Edgar Allen and wife are now res
idents of Atlantic.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Thomas re
turned to Carson last Friday.
Insure in the Continental Insur
ance Company, THEO. PATTY, Ag't.
W. R. Copeland attended the M. E.
Conference at Indianola last week
as a delegate.
County Attorney F. H. Blume
end Sheriff F. L. Anderson were in
town on business last Saturday-
Perry Bruner of Audubon town
Bhip has re-sided his dwelling J. W.
Cline doing the carpenter work.
Editor Mott of the Republican
was down from Audubon interview
ing his numerous friends one day
last week.
Fred Wahlert of Greeley is erect
ing a large double corn crib his old
cribs not being large enough to
contain the big yield he expects.
Local News
Licensed Embalmer
License No. 5SO.
Store Phone 35. House Phono 37.
Attorney at Law
Extra, Iowa.
Physician Surgeon
Office first door east of
Corner Drug Store, upstairs
Attorney at Law
Thirty years experience. Will practice In
all courts of the state. Does a general
law business. Give him a call.
Exira, Iown.
Miss Ethel Riley visited friends
iD Brayton,Friday night.
Manly Fountain and wife are now
located at Fridley, Montana.
FOR SALE—TWO Poland China
pigs. 9-16-2w JOE GILROY.
Mr. A. J. Leak of Audubon was
visiting friends in this last Sunday.
Chris Heckman of Audubon town
ship is building a double corn crib
out on his farm.
FOR SALE—Western Cottage or
gan and one wooden bedstead. Call
at W. A. Wellman's. 9-17-tf
Miss Boorman of
visiting friends if
Why should an Iowa man send his
money east for Life Insurance when he
can place it in The Central Life of Des
Moines, and get a better policy at less
The following are some of the rea
sons why The Central Life is Best for
policy holders:
1. The Central Life shows the lowest death rate
of any company in the United States, therefore the
highest class of business.
2. The Central Life has the largest percentage of
assets to liability to policy holders, therefore stands
first in the point of ability to fulfill its obligations.
3. The Central Life being a Central Western Com
pany makes the largest interest earnings, therefore it
has made and will make the largest accumulations for
policy holders.
4. The Central Life deposits with the Insurance
ot the State of Iowa approved securities
to guarantee every policy holder against loss
therefore a Government Bond cannot
vvn last
week returning
Mrs. Andrews-Hunt is
-gat a splendid salaryin
the" of Glenrock, Wyoming.
Mr. Ira Barchard father of Mrs.
J. L. Wheeler and step daughter
Bessie started for their home in
Chicago last Saturday.
H. E. Moffett, wife and daughter
Josephine arrived in the city Satur
day evening on a visit to her parents
Mr. W. C. Sturgeon and family,
Mr. Moffett is editor of the Grundy
Center Republican.
Cheapest and Rest.
Atlantic, la.
(food Rigs at reasonable rates.
First class conveyances on short
First class horses always fur
Bus to and from all trains.
CentraJ Life
5. The Central Life issues a line of policies which
guarantee liberal advantages to the policy holder,
therefore a very convenient form of assets.
6. The Central Life policy holders have found the
company entirely satisfactory and recommend it *by
the strongest endorsements to their friends.
Oluf Jensen, Agent,
Exira, Iowa
more safe.
Audubon County Journal
Don't forget the Carnival at At
lantic Oct. 6—10.
Farm for rent—A No. 1, 120 acres.
Enquire at this office. lwk
The New Hospital at Atlantic is
now open to the public.
Lafe Simpson and wife went to
Audubon on business Saturday.
"Unreality" is next Sunday's sub
ject at the Christain Science
The last chance for a good time
this year is at the Carnival in Atlan
tic Oct. 6—10. lwk
Arthur Pine of southeast Greeley
marketed five loads of hogs in
this city on Monday.
Duroc Jersey male pigs for sale
at $10.00 to $12.00. T. J. COGLOX,
9-17-tf R. F. D. No. 1, Exira, la.
The Frees Bros, with their Box
Car will be one of the free attrac
tions at the tetreet Fair at Atlantic
Oct. 6—10.
Mrs. Jennie Tripp-Harris of near
Atlantic, was visiting Mrs. T. H.
Allen and other friends in town the
latter part of last week.
The light frost occurring last
week did no material damage here
but rather helped to stop the growth
of the stalk and mature the corn.
George Wahlert of this city is
building a large house and barn on
another part of his farm out in Gree
ley from where his other residence
is situated.
As the returns come in grand
father and grand mother Kelsey
bear their honors with becoming
decorum this time it is a ten pound
girl born to their son Lou Kelsey
and wife, near Billings, Mont.
Drs. Oldaker & Hammer, Dentists.
Office over Farmers and rierchants
bank. Rooms 5 and 6. One of the
firm will be in Brayton all day on
Thursday and at North Branch on
Tuesday of each week.
Mrs. Anna McAnich's tenement
house on South Jefferson Street is
now vacant F. W. Smith the Audu
bon druggiBt having decided to
move his household goods back to
Audubon and remain there.
J. J. Dimick has deeded twenty
five square feet of south west corner
of lot eight Block B. of Exira
Heights Exira to the Town of Exira
for the consideration of $60.00. The
town will use this tract upon which
to erect the standpipe.
John Pine of South Greeley was
down in Guthrie County last week
and purched 190 acres of valuable
farm land on the ridge one mile
north of the deep cut between Men
to and Casey. His son and wife will
reside there the coming year.
Mike Merts south of town is busy
putting in 320 feet of piping to con
nect his deep weell with his stock
yards and stable. He is putting in
a 93 barrel supply tank and when
completed will have one of the
handiest water supplies in the
Charley the seven year old son of
Mr. Will Woodward fell through
the opening of the hay loft of the
Ad Seibert barn last Saturday even
ing striking on his head and ren
dering him insensible for nearly an
hour. No bones were broken how
ever and beyond a very sore head
no futher trouble is anticipated.
There will be a meeting at school
house No. 1 Audubon township, of
the Cemetery Association at 1 o'
clock Saturday, October 3rd to elect
officers and transact such buisiness
as may come before the meeting.
All interested parties are urged to
be present. W. C. Tibbeti, Sec.
Dan Zentmeyer who has had
charge of the grist mill in this city
for several years has written to the
Sentinel-Democrat at Guthrie Cen
ter with a view of purchasing what
is known as Young's mill, three
miles south of that town fixing it up
and running it if he can get the
support of the neighboring farm
ers. The editor says he has written
for Dan to come and investigate.
Wtn. Milliman was thrown out of
an open buggy on his way home
with M. C. Curd north of town Sat
urday after noon and was found by
some boys lying by the road his face
covered with blood and apparently
dead. The boys were not long in
giving the alarm and a physician
and others were soon on the ground
and he was removed to his stopp
ing place and revived iu a short
time. He was not seriously injured.
TAKEN up by the subcriber Sept.
esidingO'j. mile southwest of Exit
residingO'j. mile southwest of Exira
and 9 miles northwest ot Anita, one
light red heifer, white spot in fore
head 1 year old.
C. W. flARLIN, Editor and Publisher
A Purgative Pleasure.
if you ever took DeWitt's Little
Early Risers for billiousnesa or con
stipation you know what a purgative
pleasure is. These famous little pills
cleanse the liver and rid the system of
all bile without producing unpleasant
ellects. They do not gripe, sicken or
weaken, but give tone and strength to
the tissues and organs involved. W.
H. Howell, of Houston, Texas, says:
"No better pill can lie used than Little
Early Risers for constipation, sick
headache, etc." Sold liy Nick Dolling,
Exira, F. H. Franklin,*Brayton.
The Doll Babj' Buggy Parade and
Kentry Store are strong features
at Atlantic during the Carnival.
Mrs. Kate Ridgley arrived here
Saturday from her home at Sidney,
la. She is calling on her old time
friends and accquaintances.
H. Rendleman has been con
fined to his home the past week
with a severe atteck of quinsy but
was able to be up town a short time
on Monday.
Mrs. Repass came from Audubon
Saturday evening and was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilde
over Sunday returning to her home
in Dexter on Monday.
Mrs. Tillie Poyer sister of Mrs.
Celina Wheeler of this city and her
daughter Mrs. Lewis Walfrom of
Des Plaines, 111., will leave for their
home Friday or Saturday.
Rev. H. L. Wissler and wife went
to Fontanelle on Tuesday to attend
the Council Bluffs Association of
the Congregational Church which
convened there Wednesday.
The County Bridge contractors
are at work on anew bridge across
Four Mile Creek near the John Hay
residence on the line between Au
dubon and Greeley township.
John Hunter went to So. Omaha
the first of the week to engage in the
law practice and when in that city
if you wish an interview just call at
No. 2407. N. Street and you will find
his latch string out and you will re
ceive a ready welcome.
Real Estate Transfers.
Conveyances for the week ending
Monday, September 21st.
J. J. Dimick (widower) to town of
Exira $60.00. 25 ft sqare out of
corner of lot S blk B, Exira
Heights, Exira.
James Callanan (single) to T. J.
Coglon $2 50 sw'jn
19 79
Robert S. Kelly and wife, Lucia
Kelly Poctura and husband, Walter
el in to N el
$25.00. Lot 14 blk 3S Audubon.
Lewis Kelly (single) to Peter Nel
sen $175.00. All interest in lot
14 blk 3S Audubon.
Ieora Edwards and husband, Su
san E. Train and husband, Kate
Guyett and husband to Peter Nel
sen $175.00. All interest in lot
14 blk 38 Audubon.
Peter Kjargaard (single) to Soren
Sorensen $1400.00. ne I4 nw
26 29 36.
John H. Cook and wife to C. S.
BaUou $1950.00. ne 14 sw 14 23.
7i) ,m?.
Geo. Parnham and wife to E. R.
Wilson wd S550.00. Lot 4 blk S Au
Harry L. Tramp and wife to E. N.
Taggart wd §100.00. Lot S blk 2,
Hart's add., Audubon.
Theo. F. Myers (widower) to F. A.
Buthweg wd $1200.00. Lot '27 blk If,
Public Sale.
Having rented my farm ami going to Den
will sell at public auction at my farm
resilience, 1
miles southwest of Kiinballton ami
3 miles northwest of Elkhoru on
Wednesday, October 7th
Commencing at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp the fol
lowing property: lienil of cattle consisting
of head of cows, 5 head coming two-year-old
heifers, I head of steers and S head of calves.
Farm machinery. Household coods: 1 good
carriage, 1 new cutter,
1 A horso power grinder
and 2-holo sheilor, 1 feed cutter, 1 farm wagou,
1 spring wagon, 2 sets of harness, 1 mower, 1
rake, 12 tons of hay 1 new hard coal heater, 1
cook stove, 1 heatiug stove and full up-to-date
line of household goods, bedclothes and all
other articles.
$10.00 and under, cash over that
amount a credit of 12 months will be given
without interest if paid when due, otherwises
per cent interest from date, purchaser giving
note with approved security. No property to
be removed until settled for. 6 per ceut off for
Mrs, Edna Gransberry-Mudge of
Esterville, Iowa, arrived here Mon
day for a visit with her former
friends and school mates.
H.W.Wilson postmaster at Au
dubon and wife passed Sunday at
the home of their daughter Mrs. C.
VV. Marlin and husband, on Edger
ton street.
Our Stock of Furniture
for price, quality and style stands at the head. Its
here. You can buy up-to-date goods, good goods. Just
now we are showing some fine pieces in Bed Room
Suites, Book Cases and Couches. Never fail to in
spect our stock when you want furniture. It is
money made for you.
Our Hardware Line.
You can find everything to supply your wants. A
most complete stock from which to make your selec
tions. Have the Ocean Wave Washing Machine
Gem and Monarch Ranges. Have gathered together
all the standard goods in the hardware line and can
deal with you so you get the best of goods at a saving
over inferior lines. Call on us and let us show you
what we have. We can please you with our goods,
make you money on our price.
Yours for Trade
If you should happen to need a new range we would be glad to ligure ou it with you. Come to us
for anything in Hardware, Implements or Furniture.
D.' E. Shrauger
We Can Save You Money.
E. A.
2 503
$1.00 PER YEAR
FOR SALE—Furniture and House
hold goods in good condition and
cheap over Mrs. Ragan's Milliner
Store. MRS.
Chas. Van Gorder, President
Exira, Ioiva.
Collections promptly attended to.
Money to loan on good securities.
Exchange bought and sold.
our stock is the place to select your wants from? If
you area customer you know: if not, its because that
our goods are all good dependable articles, bought
with a view of meeting special requirements of this
trade and our constant handling this kinds of goods,
buying in large quantities enables us to get the low
est prices and thereby sell our customers the best
goods for the least money.
Fall Is Here
and with it comes
House Cleaning....
At that time \ou will lincl you need ii now sola, or cen
ter table or perhaps a rocker and you will wonder where
to find a big stock to select from. We have it. Nice
willow rockers, easy to sit in and durable. In fact all
kinds of rockers. Or your dining room table is poor
and you need a change and of course the dining chairs
go with it.
If you are wondering how to fix your lloors for
winter get some matting. We sell it. You'll want
curtain lixtures and we can lix you out.
John McDaniela, Vice President
Ed lielahoyde, Cashier
Jacob Bauer of Central Audubon
township has R. C. Waterson at
work this week adding a new porch
to his dwelling and building a
house for his cream separator.

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