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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, November 12, 1903, Image 1

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Jacob Andrews has made some
additions to the rear part of his
.eeidence.
Prof. F. A. Nims made a business
trip to Des Moines Friday evening
returning Saturday evening.
S. G. Hunter is superintending
the construction and erection of
the city stand pipe and .water
mains. .%
Mrs. James Hendrickson, who
has been here on a visit from her
home at Sioux City returned home
last Saturday.
Mrs. Cecilia Connrardy' "and
daughter, Beulah, came from their
Audubon home Friday evening,
the former to attend Star meeting
and visited at the Connrardy
suburban home.
J. E, SHRA
UGER
Licensed Embalmer
License No. 589.
Store Phone 35.House Phono 37.
IF. R. COPELANU,
Attorney at Law
Extra, Iowa.
JR. JOHN RILEY,
Physician Surgeon
Office first door east of
Corner Drue Store, upstairs bXlrfl, lOWS
H. F. ANDREWS,
Attorney -at Law
Thirty years experience.
'Will practice In
all courts of the state. Does a general
law business. Give him a call.
JB xira, Iowa.
MONUMENTS
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E. B. Perry of Audubon township,
marketed a nice smooth lot of hogs
in this town last Saturday.
Mrs. Alice Connrardy and daugh
ter-in-law, Mrs. Cecelia Connrardy,
were guests of Mrs. Wm. Thielen
south of town laBt Saturday.
Every lover of good music should
patronize the Christian Endeavor's
second number "The Madigal Lady
Quartet" at the Christian church on
Tuesday evening, Nov. 17th.
Drs. Oldaker & Hammer, Dentists.
Office over Farmers and flerchants
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.
Miss Hildra Van Buren returned
Monday morning from Sayre, Ok.
Ter., near where she has taken up a
quarter section of land. She is in
fatuated with that country and is
anxious to remove there for good.
Mrs. Peter Delahoyde of Audubon
has been passing a few days at the
home of her relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Delahoyde, and looking after
certain articles of her property
which were missing for a short
time.
J. B. Connrardy returned last Sat
urday from Aberdeen, and other
towns in South Dakota, after a ten
days' absence securing two cars of
potatoes one of which was contract
ed for by an Audubon dealer, the
other arriving here Friday.
New Grocery Store
Having purchased the Grocery and Boot and Shoe stock
and Gent's Furnishing Goods of Hunt & Nelson, I am
prepared to offer you a first-class stock of goods at
living prices. My aim willl be to keep only the BEST
goods consisting in part of canned goods, fish, flour,
confectionery, sugar, salt, fresh fruit in season and dried
fruits of the best grades only. My stock stock of Boots
and Shoes and Men's Furnishing Goods is complete in
every detail and of the best quality.
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Mrs. Dr. Bishop left last week for
Chicago where she expected to join
the doctor and from there they in
tended to go south to spend the
winter in Georgia and Florida.
Her sister, Miss Amber Kelsey,
accompanied her as far as Atlantic.
I am here to receive your orders
for anything in the harness or
saddlery line on short notice. Be
fore buying get my prices.
Guidinger building 2nd door west
of Denison Bros, livery barn,
tf 11-12-03 CHAS. CLURE.
PLYMOUTH ROCK COCKERELS.—
Fine, heavyweight thoroughbreds.
The first who come get the best.
Have never had better birds 85
cents a piece, later in season they
will be higher
ll-12-3t EUGENE C. WILSON.
The new road about to be opened
out from the Hockenberry farm two
miles southwest of town and
running east to intersect the road
to Oakneld near the former resi
dence of Richard Gault, will be of
great convenience to all parties
interested as it will enable them
to get to market with greater loads
than they have been hauling.
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W. T. Bintrver
On Tuesday, November 17
there will be another one of those popular
land seekers' excursions to the south
west. Double returns for money invested.
Half Fare. Full Enjoyment
H&V FOR PARTICULARS AND SPECIAL RATES SEE
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EXCURSION AGENT. EXIRA, IOWA
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EIGHTEEN YEARS OLD. EXIRA, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1903.
Topic at Christian Science church
next Sunday "Soul and Body."
Insure in the Continental Insur
ance Company, THEO. PATTY, Ag't.
Mrs. Sarah Bringman of Rush
ville, Mo., arrived here last week on
a visit to her parents, Mr. aud Mrs.
Henry Conklin.
P. C. Schwenneker and wife of
Adair, were visiting from Sunday
until Tuesday with their son, Chris
and family, and with other relatives.
Harry Guernsey, Morris Peter
man and ErneBt Railsback all
youths of tender years, visited Des
Moines over Sunday night and
Monday.
Mrs. Lawrence Hunt left last
Thursday for Genoa, Nebraska, in
company with her mother, Mrs. H.
Young, who has been here visiting
her daughter.
Mrs. Bell Thomas-Bloom residing
six miles south of Bridgewater,
visited her brother, M. D. Thomas,
and other relatives in the city from
Friday until Monday.
Mrs. Wiley of Chicago, is here
visiting her uncle, John D. Bush
and family. Her maiden name was
Julia Bush, sister of Susie Bush, a
former resident of this town.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Winkleman
of near Sioux City, visited their
relatives the VVahlerts, in this city
from Saturday until Monday. He
formerly resided in Audubon town-:
ship.
We noticed in Thursday's At
lantic Telegraph that Jos. H.
Stanton and Louise A. Schlotfeld,
both of Valley Junction, had been
granted license to wed. She wis
formerly a resident of Audubon
township.
John Hukle and family shipped
their goods Saturday to Sioux City
by way of Audubon and in com
pany of their sister-in-law, Miss
Samaria Denham, left for their new
home at Morning Side, a suburb of
Sioux City.
Miss Lou Connrardy, trained
nurse in the Michael Reese.
Hospital
in Chicago, is just beginning a
convalescence from a six weeks'
sickness with typhoid fever. She
is not able yet to get out of bed but
as soon as she can safely do so and
is strong enough to stand the jour
ney she will come home for a
good long rest. Her gold watch
was stolen during her illness and
no prospects of its ever being
recovered.
Rev. J. L. Fisher of Curtis, Neb.,
so ably filled the pulpit at the
Congregational church last Sunday
morning and evening, that at the
close of the latter service he was
elected to become the pastor at a
modest salary aud rent of parson
age free. The Rev. Fisher will no
doubt give good satisfaction
especially with the young people
as he is affable and friendly with
every one. We predict a successful
pastorate tor him. He will soon
remove to this city with his family.
Public Sale Auctioneer.
If you are going to have a sale,
telephone at my expense to Nelson's
drug store, Guthrie Center, Iowa,
and I will cry. your sale.
E. BRADY, Auctioneer,
Guthrie Center, la.
Birthday Reception.
Mi. and Mrs. Fr. Wahlert of North
Park street, invited their sons,
daughters and numerous relatives
residing in Greeley aud Audubon
townships, to their home last Sun
day to celebrate her 66th birthday
anniversary which was done amid
great rejoicing and festivity. A
splendid dinner had been prepared
of which all partook to repletion.
The lady is still hale and hearty
and bids fair to round out the
allotted three score and ten years
with a score or more years added.
Real Estate Transfers.
Monroe M. Corner (widower) to
David O. Corner, uwM, neM, 18-81-85,
d. $1200.
H. W. Thomas to Margaret
Thomas (wife) lots 5 and 6, blk 11,
Gray, d. $500.
John Polzin and wife to Etta
Rogers, lot 18, blk 4, Gray, d.
$50.00.
Ettie Rogeis and husband to
Ella Denton, lot 18, blk 4, Gray, d.
$60.00.
Henrietta Rogers (widow) to Lucy
R. Leib, lot 11, blk 1, Audubon, d.
$1000.
Otto Witthauer and wife to Lillian
Crisman, lot 2 of lot 2 of s^-g 5f
original lot 15, 4-78-3S, d. $300.
Bryant Milliman and wife to
Sarah J. Green, lot 2 of lot 17,4 78 35,
d. $200.
Wm. S. Chenoweth and wife to
Fred M. Yager, ne^i 16 81-34, d.
$7200.
Chas. A. Ross aud wife to James
Law, lots 7 and 8, blk 25, Audubon
d. $225.
Anna B. Iversen (widow) to Carl
Iversen, ne^i, se%- 32-79-36, d.
$4000.
Robt B. Baahtm and wife to E. A.
Voorhees, lot 1 of 5 and lot 2 of 6,
blk 3, Exira wd. $2000.
Bryant B. Milliman and wife to
M. E. Milliman, lot 3 of lot 2, of
original lot 18 and lot 3 of lot 2
of original lot 19 all in 4-78 3-5, d.
$1.00.
John A. Hallock (widower) to Ida
A. Wissler, 8WI3, lot 2 of lot 13 (sec.
3 and 4) 78 35, d. $1.00.
Geo. Calder and wife to Susan B.
Plantz, e}4, swj, 36 78 35, d. $1.
&?£i$
C. W. nARLIN, Editor and Publisher
Call on Clure for farm or buggy
harness. Repairing done while you
wait.
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian
church in Audubon township re
ceived about $21 from their supper
last Friday night.
J. B. Connrardy returned Sunday
evening from South Dakota with
two cars of potatoes which are
going like hot cakes, at 90 cfents a
bushel.
E. B. Voss was in DesMoines Sat
urday on business connected with
the building of the Christian
church there, he being one of the
contractors.
Jas. Gwin and wife of north of
Guthrie Center, visited from Friday
until Sunday at the home of her
mother, Mrs. L. A. Dutcher in
Audubon township.
I^orn on Monday morning the 9th
to Jlr. and Mrs. Oluf Jensen of
Kickapoo Park, an 8 pound boy and
the father was kept busy for awhile
receiving congratulations of his
friendB.
Born on Tuesday, November 3rd,
to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hawks re
siding in southeast Exira township,
a fine lusty
10 pound boy, the image
of its sire. Mother and child are
doing well.
Will Woodward has moved into
the. Mrs. Peters property on North
Park street, and Blacksmith C. V.
Hansen now occupies the Mrs.
Carpenter residence vacated by Mr.
Woodward.
Alfred Miller had carpenters at
work last week building one of
those substantial hog houses and
corn cribs combined which makes
it handy for him and comfortable
for the swine.
Delia Meier of Avoca visited the
last of the week with her sister,
Miss Bertha D. Meier, the Second
primary teacher in our city schools
and both visited the O. E. S. Chap
ter Friday night. ,v
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Mi&B Hattie Fulton after a short
experience as postoffice clerk has
resigned on account of its being to
hard work on her and Miss Maude
Campbell was installed in her place
Monday morning. ,,
Clem C. Bruner has been appoint
ed carrier on Route 1 to fill the
position made vacant by the
resignation of V. C. Gearheart.
His wife Lottie Bruner is sub
stitute and they begin their labors
Monday, Novembei 16th.
As surmised last week a pur
chase was really under considera
tion and was made known Friday
when it was announced that W. E.
Davis had purchased the residence
property of J. G. Gates and one lot
owned by Dr. Riley, making a
whole block on East Washington
street. Consideration $2000. This
will make Mr. Davis and his esti
mable wife a comfortable home in
their declining years where rest
and contentment following the dis
comforts and worry of looking after
a large farm will not follow them,
that responsibility being shifted
to younger shoulders, able to bear
the burdens of a farni life. Mr. and
Mrs. Davis will move here March
1st, and will be warmly greeted as
desirable citizens.
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Frank Simmons of west Guthrie
county, transacted business in this
city Saturday.
Patty Bros, were at work on a well
Friday and Saturday for Mrs. Jones
east of the Christian church.
Walter Marietta has finished re
modeling and plastering his resi
dence in the south part of town.
TRANSACTS A GENER
AL BANKINd
BUSINESS....
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A1 Voorhees has put in his resi
dence up on the Heights, the
Lennox heatiug plant which he
says works to perfection.
Henry Houston of Dea Moines,
arrived here Friday evening and
visited over Sunday with his
mother, brothers and sisters.
Just Want to Tell You
That we are selling the Garland Base Burners.
For anything in Hardware and Furniture, if you are looking
for new up-to-date Goods, see mo.
Yours for Trade
D. 3. Shrauger
This cold weather has made us a nice sale on this
line of Stoves. It is the same line that we have car
ried for years. Everyone is so well acquainted with
the good qualities of this stove that it requires no
big talk to sell them, but they sell upon their merits,
recommended by the people that have used them.
We carry in stock an excellent line of Soft Coal
Stoves and Wood Heaters and in fact everything us
ually carried in a first-class hardware store.
See Us For Furniture
E. A. VOORHEES
CIRCULA
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A O E I N
$1.00 PER YEAR
Josh Cousins was up from south
of Oakfield Saturday on business.
Dr. Riley and the Masonic
fraternity have had painters at
work on the front of the building
occupied by the Doffing drug store
in the lower room and the Masons
in the upper story.
Chaa. Van Gorder, President
John McDaniela, Vice President
Ed Delahoyde, Cashier
EXCHANGE BANK
Eocira, Iotca.
Collections promptly attended to.
Money to loan on good securltlei.
Exchange bought and sold.
Want to talk a little
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About the Round Oak
Heating Stoves not much
to say, because everyone
knows they are the only
Oak that will successful
ly burn hard and soft
coal. They are tight, made
right, it's a stove put up
for service, it's made to
do you good and then we
have the Eound Oak
Steel Range, it's a good
one. See these goods be
fore you buy. Radiant
Estate Base Burn
have won a reputation by
satisfying the most ex
acting. They are quick
starters, never go out and
with its new ventilator
base it stands without an
equal. We can convince
you it's what you ares
looking for.
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Our line of Wood
Heaters, all kinds of
Oak Stoves and Cooks,
Steel Ranges, Etc., is
the most complete and
our prices, well they will
make your pocketbook
happy.

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