G. W. Huyck visited last Tuesday
with Atlantic relatives.
Mrs. L. Hardesty spent Sunday
with a sister in Atlantic.
Miss Anna Dorr made a business
trip to Atlantic Tuesday.
J. J. Dimick returned
Oklahoma several days ago.
I Must Make
Before my line of Spring and Summer filf
Goods arrive. For that reason I will have
my great bargain sale continued
Until Further Notice
Underwear at Cost.
Caps and Mittens at Cost.
My new line of Overshoes will goat great=
•...... ly reduced prices.
Men's Heavy Arctics, $1.85 now $ 1 .50
6 a A $ 1 5 0 1 1 0 $ 1 3 0
Men's Heavy Arctic^ $1.30 now $1.15
Women's and Children's accordingly.
Miss Eiva Clure was an Atlantic
visitor Monday night.
If you want a bargain on shoes, I will give it
to you so you can try my new line of shoes.
$3.50 Shoes at f..$3.00
$3.00 Shoes at $2.60
50 Shoes at $ 2 1 5
Remember these goods were bought last fall.
i.""0 Post Master Powell transacted
,tbusiness in Cass County Tuesday.
Mrs. George H. Henshaw is here
sjyfrom Des Moines visiting her
mother, Mrs. Houston. George will
Jie here the last of this week.
If in need of wall paper phone or
rite, and I'll call and show you
".fred Peats large assortment. I
'can save you money.
J. HARRV NELSON,
Go to Flick's Art Studio for
special prices on HIGH CLASS
Mrs. Will Crisman went to Clarin
da,Tuesday and returned with Miss
Mrs. O. B. Train, of Audubon,
was the guest of her friend, Miss
Anna Dorr one day recently.
Mrs. Cecelia Connrardy returned
to her home at Audubon Saturday.
She was accompanied by Miss
Bird, who spent the day in Audu
Any one wishing to take lessons
on the piano inquire of Mrs. Nels
Johnson or at Johnson's harness
shop, Exira. Good references furn
ished. 3 9 tf
Hard Nut Coal in plenty at the
Green Bay Lumber Company's Coal
bias, Brayton, Iowa.
•'.*V'•*. NET.S SOKKXSOX,
3 9 2w Manager.
THE JOHN DEERE PLOW
has enjoyed a leadership for over half
a cerrtury and before you leave come
in and size up the other Deere, Moline
and New Departure goods.
Appreciating the patronage of
those who have stood by me I will
gladly welcome and courteously
treat all former patrons of the
closed Gruby market. lw
J. C. POWELI
It pays to be up-to-date. *ou
will be up to date if you buy your
millinery of Bruner, Jensen &
Bruner. The newest things for ear
ly wear are now offered to the trade.
3 9 4w PARK HOTEL PARLORS.
There will be a meeting of the
Cemetery Association at the resi
dence of Mrs. Mc.Aninch Friday
evening, March 10th. The execu
tive commjttee and all other
members are requested to be
present as there is important
DoD't forget OUR Dr. Flick, Kxira's
Expert Optician, if you have any
trouble with your eyesight. He
lives here and CAX SHOW VOU that
no one no matter what they profess
can COMPETE with him in fitting
glasses. Over twenty years ex
perience, prices greatly reduced.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Consul
tation free and invited. Office at
In order to settle the estate of Louisa
Kommos, the heirs have agreed to olTor at
public auction, the personal property at
the "Old Home," 1 mile ^outli of the public
school, lixira, Iowa, on
Tuesday, March 1 4 1905
Commencing at 10:1*1 a, 111. the following
18 head of horses—10 head of horses and
head of cattle—Consisting of 18 head
of steers on full feed since October 15, 11)04:
head of milch cows *2 bulls: 3 head of
two-year-old heifers 14 head of two-year
old steers 22 head of yearling steers 16
head of spring calves,
30 head of good hogs—Consisting of 10
brood sows, balance stock hoes.
Farm Machinery, Hay, Grain, etc.—2
McCormick binders 1 McCormick mower
•J wagons: I two-seated buggy 1 top buggy
Icorn planter 1 hayrake 1 three-sectiou
pipe harrow I seeder 1 feed grinder 1
Ajax sulky plow 1 walking plow 1 grub
breaker 2 Xew Departure cultivators 1
Jenny Lind cultivator 1 disclharrow 2 sets
of farm harness 1 saddle 2500 bus. of corn:
1500 bus. of late seed oats 2r»0 bus. of seed
wheat and a large quantity of slough and
tame hay,and numerous other articles.
Free lunch at noon.
Terms—Cash or bankable note, with
per cent interest from date. No property
to be moved until settled for.
CHAS. KOMMES, Adtnr,
D. R.Jones, Auctioneer
Otto Witthauer, Clerk
Buy millinery right. Stylish, be
coming hats at little prices is the
rule that prevails at the shop of
BRUNER, JENSEN & BRUNER,
3- 9 4w Park Hotel Parlors.
Powell Will not Raise Price of meat.
Mr. Powell says that although he
had told his hotel and restaurant
trade that owing to advance in price
of live stock he would be com
pelled to raise the price of
meats he will NOT do so on ac
count of closing of Gruby shop,
thereby giving him all the trade
with no increase in expense and
unless there is further increase in
cost of stock, meats will remain the
Spoiled Her Beauty.
Harriet Howard, of 209 W. 34th St,.
New York, at one time had her beauty
spoiled with skin trouble. She writes:
"I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for
years, but nothing would cure it, un
til I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve."
A quick and sure healer for cuts,
burns and sores. 25c at Nick Doffing
& Company's drug store.
stop to think that you cannot
$75*00 an acre soil without getting full value for your
money you invest in farming tools? Or in otherwords you
are vitally interested in the quality of the plow before you.
The same is true of all agricultural implements you use. Now
as you have treated us very liberally in the past, we wish to help you
select your implements by giving away a trade secret.
There is a greater profit to tKe dealer on a low grade plow than
on a high grade one, and on the contrary there
is less profit to him who buys.
Now it is our policy to sell the best on a smaller margin of profit
in order that our customer shall be satisfied and comeagain,
So you had better come and see us.
To The Man.
Come let us reason
Fine and Sweet
Three cans of
A change which has been quietly
under consideration for a short
time took place Monday afternoon
when it was announced that Mr.
Marshall Smith had traded his
town property for the Gruby meat
market fixtures and some of the
household goods belonging to that
gentleman and further Mr. Smith
at once sold the meat market stock
and fixtures of the shop to the north
side butcher, J. C. Powell. Mrs.
Smith intends to at once open up
a restaurant in the building which
is owned by Alfred Green. Mr. and
Mrs. Gruby will visit for the present
in Nebraska and Illinois.
Ready Pay Store
Five pounds of
Best value on
raisins ever shown
Four cans of
Eight bars of
Farm Loans at per cent interest
with optional payments. Best
terms in this county.
Sioux City Garden Seeds, 3 papers for 5c.
E. D. Cotton, R. P. Store
JOHN H. RENDLEMAN.
I will sell at Park livery barn,
Saturday, March 11th, at 2:00 P. M.
four head of good work horses to
highest bidder for cash or good
note. V. A. HECKMANN,
A nice family gathering was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oluf
Jensen in Kickapoo Park, Sunday.
Soren Madsens, Mose Knutsens
and Charley Jensen and wife being
those from out of town who helped
to ^nliven the occasion. A tip top
dinner was served by the hostess
and it needs no guessing to say
that all did full justice to the meal.
10 ounce glass:
can Plum, Apple
or Peach Butter
'25 pounds good
Rice &1.00, or
AN "S" SUPPER
Solid Substantial Supper
SERVED BY THE
OF THE AID SOCIETY
FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1905
FROM FIVE TO SEVEN
Savors slices, sage seasoned,
skillfully spiced. Scalloped
seeds with salted swine served
steaming. Solid sproutless po
tatoes suitably seasoned and
smashed. Smoked sausages,
strongly seasoned. Sand
wiches, smoothly spread,
slightly salted. Sister Sarah's
superior, soul-satisfying Si
amese biscuit, scientifically
Sensible sour pickles, sharp
ening Simple Simon soon as
swallowed. Sauerkraut serv
ed steaming, or served in its
natural savor, something suit
ed to slow and spry. Super
Specially selected coffee,
steamed and strained, sweet
ened with sugar squares, sip
ped from solid silver spoons.
Simple, steeped, sleep stealing
tea, satisfactorily strong.
Sparkling spring water.
Scrumptious sweet dough
nuts. S'more splendid stirred
cake. Sunday signification,
sucn as sponge, snow, silver,
spice and so forth, superbly
slim, served in shallow sauc
ers, with skimmed sweet
scum. Sour berries sweetened
Supper served by Sister
Siebert, Sister Spencer, Sister
Spangler, and sundry similar
Interesting program rend
ered after supper.
30 years of honorable dealing
with Audubon County Insur
ing Public. Every loss paid
and not a single law suit.
Facts are better than promises
ask our policy holders who have met
with losses, what they think of the
company, is the best evidence we have
to offer to our patrons.
$2.50 Per Hundred
The OLD RATE you used to pay ten
or twelve years ago. Our losses run
from one to five thousand per year In
this county. Have more policy hold
ers in the county than any other farm
Insurance company doing business in
the county and it is the strongest farm
insurance company in United States.
CALL ON OR PHONE
Phone No. 67 EXIRA, IOWA
Insure in the Continental Insur
ance Company, THEO. PATTY, Ag't
I lost a small red cow about two
If any one has taken her
up please notify me.
A. P. ANDERSEN, Brayton, Iowa
R. F. D.
A few very fine full blooded W. P.
Bock and Silver Lace Wyandotte
cockerels also B. P. Rock cocker
els. 3-2 Sw MRS. B. DEBTS,Exira.
Notice to Farmers.
We have on hand 33 head of mares
and_ereldings, weighing from 1000
to 1500 pounds, 25 head well broken
to harness, from coming 0 years
old to 11, which we will sell or trade.
Also will buy cheap heavy horses.
Remember we trade for anything.
2-10 4 W POWELL & HARVEY,
-.J The Wilson farm.
Greatly In Demand.
Nothing is more in demand than a
medicine which meets modern re
quirements for a blood and system
cleanser, such as Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They are just what you need to
cure stomach and liver troubles. Try
them. At Nick Dotting & Company's
drug store, 25c., guaranteed.
I AM STILL WRITING
In Same Old
Dubuque Fire and
al, of Milwaukee.
Home, of N. Y.
Phoenix, of Hartford.
Iowa State Mutual
10 years experience, no kicks.
Ofliice over First National Bank,
or can be found at Wilson farm.
Leave your address if I am not in.
A W A E
It you suffer from the effects of Eye
I CAN CURE IT.
No matter who has failed on your
eye.s before. Thousands of poor
people are suffering from numer
ous complaints and do not suspect
the cause- Eye Strain- but when it
is removed their trouble at once
disappears. EYE STRAIN affects
the nervous system and is the in
direct cause ot more ailments to
the human body than anything
Some of the
HEADACHE of any kind, PAINS
in the top
^of the head or down the
back of neck. NERVOUSNESS,
dizzy spells, exhausted feeling, etc,
besides INFLAMMED BLURRIN3
or WATERY EYES, floating specks
etc. If you are wearing glasses
that do not stop such troubles,that
is the best proof that they are not
Come to me and I can fit them to
stop all nerve drain and strain.
This is my one specialty. I do and
think of nothing else, and I am
successful when others fail. That's
why I continue my visits to your
city year after year while other
specialists have made a few visits
Cross Eyes Straightened.
Diseases of the Eye, E&r, Nose
a.nd Throat cured by
Dr. A. H.
Thursday, March 16
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