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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, November 19, 1903, Image 1

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W. S. Van Buren was in Audubon
Monday on business.
Miss Veda Masterson was visit
ing friends here on Friday.
Lee McAninch is well pleased
with his new location at Williams.
Rev. Fisher is in Nebraska mak­
preparations to move his
Ifamily and household goods to this
At Christian Science church next
Sunday, "Ancient and Modern
Necromancy or Mesmerism and
J. C. Powell and wife drove to
Guthrie Center Saturday evening
and spent Sunday and Monday at
the home of his mother.
W. B. Swaney and wife and Lafe
|Simpson and wife of Audubon,
passed Thursday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J.w. Connrardy.
I have those warm horse blankets
you have been looking for and at
priceB that will surprise you they
are so cheap.
I ll-19-2w CHAS. CLURE.
Licensed Embalmer
License No. 589.
Store Phone 35. House Phono 37.
Physician Surgeon
Office first door east of
Corner Drug Store, upstairs
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Attorney at Law
^xf/Thlrty years experience. Will practice In
all courts of the state. Does a general
law business. Give him a call.
„r Cheapest and Best.
Atlantic, la.
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loung, of near Nelson, was a
business visitor in town on Satur
The Sisters school is progressing
nicely with thirty pupils in attend
ance. &
Mrs. J. E. McGuire visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Cunningham
in Audubon over Sunday.
Mrs. Anna McAninch went to Au
dubon Saturday to pass a few days
in the company of her mother, Mrs.
S. G. Hunter, of Atlantic, was in
town Saturday on business with
his contract, the erection of the
C. H. Stocking and wife were
visiting his relatives J. G. Gates
and wife last Friday driving from
their home in Audubon.
Special prices from now until
New Year's on farm and other har
ness. I mean business.
ll-19-2w CHAS. CLURE.
Drs. Oldaker & Hammer, Dentists.
Office over Farmers and merchants
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.
The Adair News says, "A. F.
Beebe has sold his house and lot in
that town." Mr. Beebe was former
ly agent at the depot here moving
to Adair and then to Omaha where
he now resides.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones of South
McCallister, Indian Territory, were
visiting his uncle, J. G. Gates and
wife, one day last week. They are
old residents of that territory and
are now well to do and think there
is no better country to reside in.
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, Hour,
confectioner}', 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.
I am here to receive your orders
for anything in the harness or
saddlery line on short notice. Be
fore buyinf get my prices.
Guidinger building 2nd door west
of Denison Bros, livery barn,
tf 11-12-03 CHAS. CLURE.
Lee and Evart Wissler returned
last Saturday from Kathryn, North
Dakota, where they have been work
ing this summer. They are look
ing hearty and report Rev. Hart
sough and family as prospering
Fine, heavyweight thoroughbreds.
The first who come get the best.
Have never had better birds 8-5
cents a piece, later in season they
will be higher.
11-12 3t EUGENE C. WILSON.
W. T. Bintrver
Extraordinary Offer!
Des Moines Daily Capital
(The best Daily in Iowa)
Audubon County Journal
(The best Paper in Audubon County.)
For $3.00 For 1904
Why not save $
The regular price of the Daily Capital is $3.00 the price of
Journal is $1.00 but by special arrangement we can give you the
ty/o papers for the year 1904 for $3.00.
Why not come to the Journal office and arrange for your read
ing matter for the next year.
This offer is withdrawn December 28th.
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Call on Clure for bargains in new
first class goods the kind which
always sell in a harness shop.
Mrs. Herb Herrick returned from
Oakfield the last of last week ac
companied by her friend, JMiss
Mamie Essington.
Silas Abrams of Atlantic lately
returned from Missouri was in the
city Saturday. He formerly resided
two miles south of town.
J. A. Hawk and A. A. Hill return
ed from Oklahoma Saturday even
ing and are elated over the
prospects in store for that territory.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Lidd and Miss
Genevieve McCarthy of Audubon
drove to our city Sunday and at
tended services at the Holy Trinity
Catholic church.
Dr. J. C. Newlon has moved his
office from over the Cotton store to
Rooms 1 and 2, over the First
Nationel Bank, the rooms formerly
occupied by Dr. Lauritzen.
FOR SALE.—Myresidenceproperty
in Exira. Ten room house, one
block from Main street, good well,
cellar and cistern.
11-19 1 MRS. A. C. GUERNSEY.
ESTRAY.—A heiter calf about 6
months old, taken up at my place,
1 mile west of Exira. Owner call,
prove property and pay for same.
The young people, schoolmates
of Fred Wissler, gave that young
gentleman a farewell reception
Thursday evening which was large
ly attended and th'e time passed
Mrs. Clara Chambers-Lieb of Des
Moines passed Saturday at the
home of her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Ful
ton in Kickapoo Park. She had
been in Audubon visiting her two
children who reside there.
Lester and Dick Hartzell of North
Dakota, were in town last Saturday
having returned the first of the
week to the old home in Greeley for
a visit. They report Dakota boom
ing and the small grain an immense
R. E. Hamlin and crew returned
Saturday from South Dakota where
they went with his threshing
machine several weeks ago. They
did a very successful business al
though their work was at first
retarded by frequent showers.
The members of the new lodge
the Modern National Reserve met
last Friday evening in the K. O. T.
M. Hall and had a very interesting
time. They will hold their convo
cations in that hall on the second
and fourth Fridays in each month.
Miss Edith Schlotfeldt who has
been assisting in the Mrs. Spoo
restaurant for several months, will
go to the Bluffs next week to re
main for some time visiting her
sister lately married who moved
from Valley Junction to that city.
Geo. Gerard, who resides on the
Frank Hunt farm northwest of the
depot, has purchased a farm over
in Guthrie county and will move
there in the spring. They are
excellent people and will make
hosts of friends in their new home.
Dr. N. P. Lauritzen moved to
Audubon last Monday where he is
intending to locate and where his
practice will cover a larger terri
tory. He leaves an extensive prac
tice here but being: so near he will
probably be enabled to hold onto
the greater part of it. We regret to
see this estimable family leave us,
and feel sure they will be welcomed
into the social circles of Audubon
Mrs. Kate Hansen-Wilson is now
located at Stella, Neb., with her
husband. She was formerly one of
our teachers in the city school and
was reelected but very unexpected
ly and much to the disappointment
of the School Board resigned her
position—and changed her name,
but to show she still has a warm
feeling for Exira and its people she
has remitted a dollar and will keep
posted on events the coming year
through the JOURNAL.
A letter received from Atty. W. R.
Copeland, private secretary to Hon.
W. I. Smith
they arrived in
the capital city without any acci
dent and in good health and is well
pleased with his situation. The
citizens, the common every day peo
ple especially, are very friendly,
which makes the situation a great
deal easier. It appears that on the
opening of Congress each Repre
sentative is furnished with a couple
of tickets to dispose of to any of his
most particular friends which on
presentation admits the bearer to a
seat within the sacred portals of the
House, and Mr. Copeland was
ushered in behind the railing and
accorded a seat within a few feet of
the Speaker where he had a good
view of all the proceedings and
where he witnessed many new
forms and proceedings which to a
novitiate would no doubt seem
exceedingly strange. You might
ask who held the other ticket? As
Mr. C.'s eyes wandered over the
great number of people gathered
to watch the opening of the Con
gress they rested upon one
countenance which seemed familiar
and upon a closer scrutiny he
found it was an old and well known
citizen of Audubon county, Greeley
township, Mr. S. A. Heath, who has
been "down east" for several
months and during his tour has
now reached Washington where he
iB enjoying himself satisfactorily.
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C. W. flARLIN, Editor and Publisher
Insure in the Continental Insur
ance Company, THEO. PATTY, Ag't.
John Dawson has nearly recover
ed from along seige of rheumatism.
The first snow of the season fell
Friday forenoon but soon dis
Hensley Bros. fe Thielen shipped
three cars of hogs to market the
past week.
Jack Oberholz of Hamlin now
occupies his new residence which
he says is very cosy.
Don't neglect to repair those
chimneys or you may be compelled
to build a new house.
Miss Shannon and Miss Meier
passed Saturday in Atlantic at the
home ot the former's parents.
Call on Clure for farm or buggy
harness. Repairing done while you
wait. tf 11-12-03
John Teideman of ncrthwest
Audubon township, marketed two
loads of very fine hogs Saturday.
The mumps has been running
through this town and neighbor
hood keeping many pupils out of
the school room for a few days.
The landlady of the Park Hotel is
the proud possessor of a fine gold
watch and chain a present from her
husband, W. R. Bruner, and child
The cemetery managers are pre
paring to move the building
located on the west line of the
cemetery to a more central location
in the old plat.
Fiank Crane is going to do his
own cooking this winter and A1
Heath the blacksmith who occupies
his house in West Exira is looking
for another location.
Wm. Bintner and daughter, Miss
Mary, and Shompier Bintner and
wife drove out to Harlan last Sat
urday and spent Sunday at the
home of their relatives, M. L. Noel
and wife.
J. H. Beard who works for Alfred
Miller in the lightning rod business
put up a lightning arrester on the
large new barn of Schuyler Walker
in the south part of Exira township
last week.
Mrs., W. U. Hammer returned
home one day last week from a visit
with relatives in the east part of the
state and a benign smile once more
illumes the countenance of the
gen^a^ jctor.
-John Persing and wife came over
from Guthrie last Friday to visit
her parents, H. Conklin and wife.
Mr. Conklin is in very poor health
and the worst is feared unless there
is a change for the better soon.
Hiram O. Smith who formerly
resided on the Ballou farm north of
Exira, but is now a citizen of near
Chadron, Nebraska, is expected to
arrive this week on a visit with his
brother, Wm. Smith of Greeley,
who has been in such poor health
for some time.
Henry Phippen had a western
horse which he had just purchased
Saturday so terribly injured by its
falling after it was roped that it
will most likely have to be killed.
One eye being put out and its brain
injured so that great quantities of
blood ran from its ears.
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.
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Dell Chartiers and family and the
two Laughery boys, Jim and Char
ley and families who started out for
Missouri last spring in such
buoyant spirits, are expected to
return to North Branch this week,
their ardor and zeal in booming
that state blasted forever.
For anything in Hardware and Furniture, if you are looking
for new up-to-date Goods, see me.
Yours for Trade
Just Want to Tell You
That we are selling the Garland Base Burners.
D. E. 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.
$1.00 PER YEAR
Our sportsmen watched with
longing eyes the thousands of
mallards and wild geese in their
aerial pilgrimage to a warmer clime
last Saturday. G'reat bevies of
black birds were also wending their
way southward betokening the near
approach of winter.
Chaa. Van Gorder, President
John McDaniela, Vice President
Ed Delahoyde, Cashier
Exira, Iowa.
Collections promptly attended to.
Money to loan on good securities.
Exchange bought and sold.
Want to talk a little
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 Bound 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 are
looking for.
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
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