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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, March 09, 1905, Image 5

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Oakfield and Brayton
County Supervis6r N. D. Hamlin
"was here on road business Tuesday.
W, B. Temple and wife went to
Atlantic Tuesday for a short visit.
Bernie and Laurence Bintner over
east of Oakfield, had business in town
Tuesday.
,v Ohas. Scharfl'went to Exira Monday
and from there to Audubon and back
Tuesday.
Lutie Freeman was the guest of
triends in'Exira a couple of days the
first of this week.
Hans Hansen was in Hamlin Sun
day helping invoice the Pete lVHr
gaard store goods.
Dr. W. Koob was elected school
director in the Brayton district after
an exciting election.
Bisom & Hansen bought a good
bunch ot thirty head of hogs of N.'
P. Petersen Tuesday.
Miss Grace Campbell, of Exira,
passed the night with her cousins Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Heath.
Rev. Sloan'returnefr
Tuesday morn
ing, from near Waterloo, where he
was preaching, Sunday.
O. F. Ide shipped a car of mixed
cattle to market Monday and Bisom
& Hansen a car of hogs.
Drayman Chamberlain's family are
all sick with pinkeye and La Grippe,
a sore combination surely.
Wm. Frazier and family of Gris
wold are at the bedside of her mother
•t Mrs. Chris Smith, west of town.
Wm. Onken marketed a bunch of
twenty-tour head of very fine hogs on
Monday 'selling them to Bisom &
Hansen.
Chas. lvommes, admimistrator of
near Exira, was distributing bills for
their big sale to be held Tuesday
March 14.
el in up
the pulpit in Braytou again last Sun
day and he preached to a large and
attentive audience.
Schuyler Walker, of Troublesome,
was on the market last week with a
„par of good markatable hogs which
"B. and N. purchased.
Tic McGovern, manager at the ele
yator, shipped out seven cars of grain
'.this week and also made a business
»call in Atlantic, Monday.
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Hard Nut coal in plenty at Green
Bp,y Lumber Company's coal bins at
Birayton, Iowa. NI:I.S SOKKNSEN,
.V-9-^tv Manager.
A
Soren Nelsou of southwest JFxira
nship made a tax paying call on
ttie County Treasurer. Tuesday. He
elected sub-director in No. 9,
Monday,
M. Scharfl', one of the very first
Audubon County pioneers, was down
Tuesday on his way from Exira
where he made a short business visit
between trains.
Mrs. Chris Smith was reported
TuesJay as being very near the end,
her death being expected any mo
ment. Her brather Mr. Lewis of
Marengo is at her bedside.
Marets—Cattle, butchers stull, li
2ic cattle, tops, 4£c hogs, §4.50:
wheat, 92c corn, 3Gc oats, 25c feed
barley, 26c potatoes, 40c egsrs, 16c
butter, 20c hens, 9c: ducks, sic geese
tc turkevs, 12c.
F. L. Freeman was called to
Springdale, Arkansas, last week by
the death of his step-father who with
his mother resided there. He w,ill
probably not return for a few days
on pccount of her being alone.
The young man loves the
woman, that's her
business.
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Marion Jenkins sent three of the
string ot horses he owns, to At
lantic with Frank as trainer who
will put them through their paces
this summer.
Frank Hunt moved this week and
now with his assistant he can devote
all his time to his rapidly increasing
business in the Hardware, Furniture
and implement|busine3s.
J. Johnson, the gentleman who has
been trying to sell his seventy-five
acre farm, near Oikfield says that he
will soon commence tilling it himself
if he does not succeed iu disposing ot
it.
A stroll thru|the hardware store of
George Frederiksen last Tuesday re
vealed the fact that the paoprietor
has added a line of the'Fuller& John
son Agricultural implements con
sisting of discs, planters, harrows,
riding and walking '-cultivitors,
which he says were bought to sell
and he intends selling theni.
H. S. Wattles suffered a severe ac
cident Monday night at the west end
of the bridge when in the darkness
he stepped off the walk injuring his
foot, shoulder, arm and back so that
he is obliged to use a cane with which
to navigate. Soon after this the ma
yor made the same Kind of a mis step
but being more agile only succeeded
in barking his shins. Now when you
cross that bridge you will see a good
hand rail put up at the expense ot
the Incorporation as it undoubtedly
should.
At the recent Shorthorn combina
tion Sale held March 2 at Manning,
Iowa, J. C. Hardman's ten month's
old bull calf topped the salefor bulls.
There was 25 other bulls in the sale,
contributed by 10 leading breeders,
ranging in age from one to three
years old. Tnis calf was "Roan Vic
tor 228990,''' a pure scotch bullj bred
by J. C. Hardman and said by lead
ing breeders to be one of the best
calves out this year. We think|there
is considerable honor.in raising| a calf
like this.
Paint! Paint!
AVe are goiDg out of the paint busi
ness and now otter you an excellent
chance to secure a bargain in that lire
GIIKKN BAY LUMIJKI: COMPANY,
Nels Sorensen, Manager.
A Destuctive Fire.
To draw the fire out of a burn, or
heal a cut without leaving a sear, use
DeWitt,s Witch Hazel Salve. A
specific for piles. Get the genuine.
J. L. Tucker, editor of the Harmon
izer, Centre, Ala. writes: "I have used
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve in nay
family for Piles, cuts and burns. It
is the best salve on-the market. Every
family should keep it on hand. "Sold
by Nick Doffing & Co,
DEPOSITS IN IOWA BAf^S.
v-JThen the get married, that's their
business.
Then they need furniture, that's my
business.
seU Hardware, Furniture and Implements.
Savings Increase Over Seven Millions
in Three Months.
Des Moines. March 6.—Deposits in
the state, a:id savings banks of Iowa
from Nov. 10 to Feb. 10 increased
$7,13:j.l4S.S0. according to the reports
on file :r. the office of the auditor of
state. In the savings banks Feb. 16,
when the las? call for bank state
men's was made, there were deposits
amounting to $" S fl0S.30G.70. ar.d in
the state bank $44,133,149.76- The
total assets for state and savings
banks combined on the san date was
J17I,136.730.79. Sir.ce the last report
or the banks there has been an in
crease ol" five banks, and since the
report of Jan. 23, 1904. there has been
an increase of forty-seven banks
Since the Jan. 23, 1904, report there
has been an increase of $10,706,730 in
deposits in state and savings banks.
The young woman loves
the man, that's her
business.
F. A. HUNT
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Physicians tell us that all
the blood in a healthy
human body passes through
the heart once in every two
minutes. If this action be
comes irregular the whole
body suffers. Poor health
follows poor blood Scott's
Emulsion makes the blood
pure. One reason why
SCOTT'S
EMULSION
is such a great aid is because
it passes so quickly into
the blood. Jt is partly di
gested before it enters the
stomach a double advan
tage in this. Less work
for the stomach quicker
and more direct benefits.
To get the greatest amount
of good with the least pos
sible effort is the desire .pf
everyone in poor health.
Scott's Emulsion does just
that. A change for the
better takes place even be
fore you expect it.
We will send you a
sample free.
Be sure that this
picture in the form of
a label is on the wrap
per of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE
Chemists
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
SO centi and gi.oo
All draggUti
rruicf .nirikr of Rrntnia.
Prince Pierre Dmitri Sviatopo!k-Mir
Bky. who succeeded M. de Plelive. the
ciar's assassinated minister of the in
tarior, has4leeri making strong efforts
to bring about needed reforms in Kus
8la by order ot' the czar, but has been
thwarted by the powerful influence of
the grand dukes. His policy of kind
ness and conciliation is not favored by
the bureaucrats or Russia.
Death Rate in New York and Chicago.
During November and December,
1903, one fifth of the deaths in New
York and Chicago were from pneumon
ia. Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stops the cough but heals and strength
ens the lungs and prevents pneumonia,
so do not take chances on a cold wear
ing away when Foley's Honey and Tar
will cure you quickly and prevent
serious results.
Have you Backache? Get a box of Kid
ney- Kttes-—the most wouderful remedy
for ail kitidney troubles, and they will
titake you right. -5c. J. F. Berry.
An absolute specific and antl-septlc prep
aration for all kinds of
SORE THROAT.
SIMPLY A GARGLE. BERFEOTLY HARMLE8B.
A «ur« cur* (or Hoarjenesj, Tonsllltlj, Quinsy,
Inflamtd, Ulcerated and Catarrhal Sore Throat.
A preventive ol Croup, Whooping Couth aa4
Diphtheria.
PURIFYING HEALING SbOTHINd
indorsed by the Mo.t Eminent Throat Speoi&l*
i.e. la
the oouatrr.
•hould be kept In every home. Price 88 Cent*.
Bare Medicine Co.. Dee ftlolnee, love
Sold by J. F. Berry.
50 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
PATENTS
I RAPE MARKS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS AC.
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention Is probably patentable..Communica
tions strictly couttdenttal. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest ugency for securinKpatents.
Patents taken tbrouKh Muuu A Co. receive
tpecial nottee,
without ohurge, In thetc.
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly, tamest cir
culation of any sctentiao journal. Terms, S3 a
year: four months. 91. Sold by
all newsdealers.
MUNN NwYork
Branch Offloe. 62S St* Washington. D. C.
BUY FOR CASH
THE
The above are just a few items to
EXIRA
IOWA
Exira's New Department Store, New Goods, New Prices, and
THE REAL BARGAIN STORE.
In making our bow to the public we wish to state in a very 'few words, that we
expect to do Business on Business Principles. We buy everything for SPOT
CASH. This enables us to buy our goods at the VERY LOWEST PRICE, and
of course our customers will get the benefit of all that. We expect to do a Cash
Business, including, of course, the taking in of all kinds of produce in exchange
for goods, which we consider the same as cash, at MARKET PRICES.
We have no expense for bookkeeped, no loss on bad accounts, or interest on bor
rowed money, to figure in. which the consumer always has to pay where business
is done on the old method. It will not require much talk to convince you that it
is to your interest to trade at a store that is conducted on a Cash basis. Our
motto will always be: "'THE SAMK GOODS
FOK
SAME MONEY." Our stock is now quite complete (except the few items which
the factories area little slow in getting out to us for the opening), but expect to
have everything in good shape in a very short time. Our stock consists princi
pally of the following lines: Dry Goods, Art Embroidery Goods, Groceries.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, all kinds of
Notions, Carpets, Rugs, Linoliums, Floor Oil Cloths, Window shades, Lace Cur
tains, Portiers, etc.. Glassware, Queensware, Tin and Enameled Ware, and almost
anything you wish to buy.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
We are showing a most beautiful line in all the latest weaves, and at prices that
you can afford to have a nice dress. Also a lovely line of Spring Wash Goods, a
real feast for your eyes to look at.
A good staple Print, all colors, per yard 4c"
A good staple Checked Gingham, per yard 5c
A splendid 36 inch Muslin, per yard 5c
NOTION DEPARTMENT.
Coates' or Fields' Thread, per spool
Biggest line of Laces in town, per yard 2c and up
Biggest line of Embroidery in town, per yard 3c and up
No. 40 all silk Ribbon, all colors, per yard Sc
Other Ribbons, per yard ic'and up
Large assortment of Handkerchiefs, each ic and up
ART DEPARTMENT.
Stamped Linens. Pillow Tops, Embroidery Silk, Battenberg Patterns and Braid,
Point Lace Braid, Hardanger Patterns and Silks, all at Cash Store Prices.
CLOTHING DEPAREMENT.
In this line we will aim to carry whatever the trade demands. We are exclusive
agents for the celebrated Schloss Bros, line, and the D. M. Pfaelzer line. Every
suit fully guaranteed.
SHOE DEPARTMENT
We carry nothing but the very best, all solid leather, no shoddy. Everything
new and up-to-date, no shelf-worn stuff, every pair warranted to be as represented.
Ladies' good Dongola Shoe, all solid $1.
Men's good serviceable Shoe, all solid S1.4S
Baby's soft solid Shoes 17c to 48c
Baby's hand turned Shoes 5qc
You run no chances in trying a pair of our Shoes.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
1000 pounds California Dried Peaches, while they last, per pound, ,5c
50 boxes California fine Prunes, 2 5 pound box
California Cleaned Currants, 1 pound packages, per package... tic
I. B. C. Oyster Crackers, per pound (5^c
Tri City Oyster Crackers, per pound 7^.,
I. B. C. Soda Crackers, per pouud
Best Ginger Snaps, per pound glc
bars White Russian Soap 25c
9 bars Swift's Pride Soap 25c
4 pound package Washing Powder |5C
4 cans Dee's 98 per cent Lye 25c
Full cream best made Wisconsin Cheese, per pound i6c
Best line of Coffees and Teas at Bargain Store Prices.
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Hoping to share a part of your valued patronage. I am yours for Bargains.
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SELL FOR CASH
LESS MONEY, MORE GOODS
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you an idea of what we are going to do.
"Wm. SAS
DYSPEPSIA CURE
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
The $1.00 bottle contains 2*4 tlmesthe trUlslte, which sells (or SO cents.
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