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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, February 16, 1911, Image 8

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Men's heavy fleeced
ribbed Underwear
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Any Suit or Overcoat in _the
Entire Stock
No matter whether it is worth $25,
$22.50, $20, ?or $15—take your
pick of our finest hand tailored
apparel at only $9.98. Come
early and get first choice.
Men's Suits and Overcoats
worth $10, 12.50and up to
15.00, closed out'
at
$6,75
35c
Men's best 50c Work
Shirts
and
35c
Men's, Boys' and Ladies'
Shoes in neat styles, choice
of $2.50 and 3.00
values at
$1,39
Jilen's $5.00 and 6.00 high
topped Shoes go AQ CO
at only. WUiUU
79c
Women's fine ibqck
le Arctics
The Booster Gtd
The Booster Club met last even-
aassfcsing and voted to make application
join the State Booster Club, they
BeW&V^also appointed a committee to con
ts'l:^fer with the township trustees of
&'> two or three townships interested in
the River to River and other roads
tbe purpose of getting them to
wtawft join in purchasing cement for buil
ding culverts. It was also recom
mended that fifteen members wiite
to our representative at Dea Uoinee
urging that he support and get ot
& her representatives to support the
'f Stipe bill for appropriation of $100,
:K)0 for Ames College. Tbe Club
Axed the annual dues at $1.00 and
i.:: the Secretary Dr. Oldaker will call
oa all in favor of boosting tbe town
and country for tbat small sum.
a Be Ready to Boost. sfe 1
It's Worth It
160 acres $115.00, 2% miles from
Exira, lays fair,, good improve
ments, 8-ro'om house 2 storieB high,
good large Btock bam, good bog
house, new well, windmill and wat
er works, 2 hog pastures, hen house,
double corn crib, on main road R.
F. D., convenient to town and to
market. 5 percent on deferred pay
ments. See Journal.
Box Social
There will be a general good time,
good program and Box Social at,
what is known as the Hocamp
acboolhouae, Sub District, No. 2 Au
dubon townBhip, Saturday night,
wrpmp* Feb. 18, 1911 at 8 o'clock. Hon. Geo.
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IfneBB, Auctioneer. Come everybody
"i For Sale
Ninety head of sheep.
Charles Kommes or
tl Soren Sand beck
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Dr. L. J. Oldaker, Dentist. Office
the front rooms over the Chris
teageq Jewelry store. All work In
my lli^ promptly attended to.
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All wool Underwear worth
82.00, choice per gar
ment
Men's black stiff Hats, lat
est shapes, worth 0i
up to $3.00, now
Men's "Ball Brand" Snag
Proof Rubber Boots, to be
closed out at just
cost
A Short Letter
Caruthera, Cal., Feb. 6, '11
Editor Lancelot,
Dear Sir:—Please change the ad
dress on my Journal from Fresno
to Caruthera, Calif. We have now
lived in California a little over three
months and have settled down on a
cattle ranch. We like the climate
out here, especially when we think
of the cold weather you are having
in Iowa. The people here are plow
ing and sowing and trees are bud
ding. Much small grain is up. We
are getting along fine and 1 am
improving in health. Best regards
to all our frieuds.
Yours Truly,
Uffe Henningaen
Wanted
A good man to work on the farm,
flti C. M. Dodge.
For Sale
What is known as the Dorr pro
perty will be sold next Tuesday,
February 21st. See Theo Patty.
Attention Farmers
QriBWold's medicines are now on
sale at N. Hansen's. m2
Don't forget to Jolly up and pick
the Jolly you admire mnpt, clip th
coupon off the back le 'r, (ill it out
and send all to the Joui i^l.
The Klondike Incubatora at W. E
Varney's. fie
"Lost at Sea." A vivid story of
Life's wreckage. Christian Church
Sunday Evening,*7-30 P. M.
Do you remember the wreck of the
Republic? Come and hear the les
sons of this disaster recalled at the
Christian Church Sunday evening.
Exira is a sweet town. Four can
dy men representing different candy
firms were here last Tuesday. No
one needs to leave our town sour.
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smiseemi
79c
Men's solf felt Hats, nobby
$2.50 styles, at 01 (ft
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olilo
$3.75
Men's heavy $1.50 Over
shoes, all sizes.
Farewell prices..
Men's $1.25
Caps go at
0 Over-
Just 7 More SensatiorvaJ Sale Da^ys
Sic^cls Clothing Sfore
Positively Closes It's Doors Saturday, February 25th
No more postponements! Saturday begins the last week of Cass County's Greatest Clothing Sacrifice!
After Saturday, February 25th, Siegel's Great Farewell Sale and Siegel's Clothing Store in Atlantic will
be things of the past— simply reminders of the one year when Men's and Boys' Clothing was ruthfully
sacrificed here—and of the one store which was responsible for the destruction of high clothing and shoe
prices in Cass county. Hundreds have profited by our sensational price slashing, and to the many who
have bought and appreciated the bargains given in the past* with the few who have never attended
our sales, we wish to say that this last week's values will be so much greater, and the price destruction
so tremendous that the amount of merchandise each dollar will buy is almost beyond belief. It is impos
sible to give more than a few hints on this page. We emphatically say: "Come, no matter how far away
you live or how busy you are, you will surely not be disappointed."
SHREWD BUYERS
Will secure big sup
pliesduringthese next
7 days. Remember-
this is positively and
absolutely your last
chance to buy at
SIEGEL'S. You lose
money if you don't
come
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$1.00
69c
winter
L. SI EG EL
Atlantic, Iowa
Nuptials
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Lewis J. fiartelt, formerly of Ext
ra but now of Coon RapidB was uni
ted in marriage to Miss M-try Jen
sen of Exira, at the PI. E. parsonage
in Audubon Wedoesday, Feb. 8th,
Bev. J. H. Freedliue performing the
ceremony. They will reside in Coon
Bapids. Tbe Journal extends con
gratulations.
A Paper From Hoquiam
Thro' the kindness of Cbas. R.
Fulton of Hoquiam, Wash., we re
ceived a copy of tbe Hoquiam Saw
yer Industrial Edition, a souvenir
of that city and known as Gray's
Harbor Gateway to tbe World of
Commerce. It is a beautifully prin
ted edition on rich stock and pro
fusely illustrated with views in that
busy city. Mr. Fulton is an Exira
boy and moved there with his wife,
Mrs. Herrick—Fulton last summer.
Another Fine One
233 acres. 5 miles from Exira. Ex
tra well improved and lays fine. $115
per Acre. Good terms. Inquire
Journal.
I will be in Exira, Tuesday, Feb.
21st for the purpose of buying hor
ses and mulea of all classes. Bring
in your Btock and get tbe highest
market price.
W
Hardman & Keasey
The joint bog sale of J. C. Hard
man & Son of Oakwood Stock Farm
near Brayton and E. O. Keaaey of
Wiota was held at Atlantic Monday
last Feb. 13th and on account of the
rainy weather and bad roads the
sale was poorly attended. We un
derstand somewhere about $40 each
was the average realized while an
occasional one would run higher.
Considering tbe extra preparation
of this gilt edge stock, a reasonable
average would have been from $60 to
$65 each. Experience teaches a dear
lesson occasionally.»
Men's extra Pants, over 300
pairs left, worth $2.50 to
5.00. Your choice
only ..
Men's and Boys 50c QC*
Caps closed out at.. |)j(j
Theodore Patty was a Hamlin vi
sitor between trains Tuesday.
Ben Garver-of Anita was in town
over Wednesday on business.
Henry liinerman left here Wed
nesday on a 'visit to his son in So.
Dak.
Chet Dustin of Gray is assisting
Fred Vermilya in the store during
the sale.
John Schlater was called to Illi
nois Tuesday to attend tbe funeral
of an uncle.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen of
Audubon upent Tuesday night with
their daughter, Mrs. Jim Hicks in
this city.
Mr. Worth Hetherington of Wa
terloo visited his friend, Geo. Gill
over Sunday.
A bright service at a bright place
for bright people. Christian Church
Sunday Evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Bay McClain are tbe
ptoud parents of a baby boy born
Tuesday, Feb. 14th.
Wm. May arrived here Monday
for a short visit to bis brother, Hal.
He left Tuesday for Guthrie Center.
The Ladies Missionary Society of
the Christian Church were enter
tained Misa Anna Hansen Tues
day evening.
Frank Hunt moved this week from
tbe Hal May residence into his mo
ther-in law, Mrs. Bennett's bouse
on Park Street.
Mrs. George Knox was an Atlan
tic visitor betwe.en trains. Wednes
day. She was accompanied home
by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Alvin
Holmes.
Mrs. Dryden and Miss Simersen
were busy taking an inventory of
the John T. Lohner stock of general
merchandise this week which has
passed into the handB of Fred „Ver
milya as Receiver.
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Unrestricted Choice of All
Suits and Coats
Not a single garment is reserved.
This is positively the Greatest
Clothing Offer ever made by any
store in the entire state. It will
pay you to attend this sale.
JI.98
89c
Men's $2.00 Sweater
Coats, choice
Men's $2.50 brown A rtr
Sweater Coats...
$1.19
Men's heavy $2.00
Duck Coats at....
Regular $6.50 Sheepskin
lined Corduroy Ql PA
Coats at only.... yTiull
Wm*-
I5C
4C
3c
15c
15c Linen Collars, all
styles, 2 for
Men's
Sox..
10c Rockford
10c Handkerchiefs,
red and white
Men's heavy 25c wool
Sox go at
Black and
worth 15c,
pairs for ...
a
Hose,
25c
brown
now 4
Men's heavy fleeced or rib
bed Union Suits, *7 ft a
only SIC
Boys' long pant Suits at
almost your own ft QQ
price upward fromQ£ ,JJQ
Walt K. Marietta passed Sunday
at tbe W. E. Edmondsen home in
Manila, la.
The Young people of tbe Chris
tian Church had charge of the eve
ning service last Sunday and ren
dered a splendid .Missionary pro
gramme.
Little Johny Dblahoyde took sick
with the measleB tbe fore part of
the week, causing Mr. and Mrs. Del
ahoyde to postpone their trip to
Chicago for a few days. gp|gp
The W. E. Edmondsen family
moved from Manilla this week to
Walnut where he has again secured
a job with the Rock Island as fore
man of a section gang.
F. W. Hopley and Ellowene Dim
ick were both valentine gifts a good
many years ago. The two families
celebrated together Valentine's Day
at Mr: and Mrs. Hepley's.
Don't fail to read tbe Siege! ad in
this week's Journal. If you want a
bargain now is your chance as on
March 1st the business will be
closed as the ad announces.
Tbe Prettiest Girl You Ever Het
A beautiful Art Panel and Calen.
dar, printed in 13 colors and gold is
being given away by The Farmer's
Review, Chicago, 111., size 7^4 by 30
inches. It will be sent to anyone
for 10c (stamps or silver) to cover
cost of postage and packing. Get
one before supply is exhausted.
That Carving Set
Warranted Steel, finely tempered,
and of superior workmanship,—that is
the description of the Journal's Carv
ing Set.
The set is nicely packed in a box and
its quality is such that uo housewife
would need to be ashamed of it. Do
you need one? Now is the time to get
one for practilly nothing. It's|price is
$1.75 cash, and it is worth all of it. But
it is
given for $2 on subscription and
25 cts additional. Send now.
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Christian Church Notes
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
Junior Endeavor at 2 p. m.
Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
DECISION DAY
Many people have got into the
habit of putting off decision for spec
ial Revival Services. Tbe Scriptures
teach "Behold, today is the day of
salvation. Behold now is tbe accept
ed time. Next Sunday will be a great
day of Evangelistic effort at all oar
services commencing with tbe Sua«
day School hour.
Tbe Pastor will give a short ad
dress at 10-30 A. M. to the Sunday
School illustrated with chemicals.
The morning subject will be "Be
sure your Sin will find you out."
SUNDAY EVENING 7 30 P.M.
"Lost at Sea.'' Don't let anything
hinder you from being present.
M. E. Church Notes
Sabbath School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 and 7:30 eve'ry
Sabbath. A cordial invitation to
all.
Prayer meeting Thursday eve.
Subject for morning service
"Paul's Conversion and Baptism."
Subject for evening "Thre^.S.batpe
ful Possibilities in Human Iiife."
We are pleased with the growing
interest iu our 8unday School a»id
Church services.
Let your life be in harmony with
God and you need not fear.what a
day mav bring forth.
Faith is practically nothing so
long as it is merely in the head,
Faith is the only door in,to heav
en. ,•
Only one shjp that sails for the
skies. Her name is Faith.
John Harned.
Dick Chase has baled hay for sale.
The Klondike incubatora at W. E.
Varney's. fl6
Griswold's X-Ray Liniment and
other remedies at N. Hansen's. m2
Insure iu the Continental Insur
ance Company. THEO.
for Sale
Hog-waterers, guaranted not to
freeze, clog up or run over. Given
on thirty days free trial, winter or
summer.
tf vfWm. Menefes,
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Atlantic, la.
We have a few fine young Rhode
iBlaHd Red cockerels to spare. If
your matings are not complete get
a fine bird in your flock.
Mrs. W. J. Lancelot
J. E Walker.
Foley Kidney Pills are a reliable re
medy for backache, rheumatism and
urinary irregularities. They are tonic
in action, quick in results and aflord a
prompt relief from all kidney disorders.
Sold by all druggists.
For Sale
fat
One two-year-old Hereford—Bean
Donald—bull.
tf
H. P-dark,
Brayton, Iowa
R. F. D. 2.
Clover and timothy seed for aale
at the elevator. Clover seed ten and
eleven dollars per bushel.
Herman Baraholdt,
Exira, la.
Remember The Name
Foley's Honey and Tar for all coughs
and colds, for croup, bronchitis, hoarse
ness and for racking laerippe coughs.
No opiates. Refuse substitues. Sold
by all druggists.
Harness!
It is now time to think
of ordering or buying
your HARNESS for
spring, We carry a
large stock and can
make up any kind you
want, -zys
Remember we make
our own Harness out
of the best dak-tanned
leather, and guaran
tee every strap of it.
Repairs and Oiling
attended to promptly.
J. W. Alsup
Phone 161, Exira, la.
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PATTY, Agt.
80, acres to rent—grain or cash
Inquire of FirBt National Bank. fl6
Why suffer from a Catarrhal
Cold? Griswold's Mentbo-Camph
gives quick relief. Sold on a guar
antee.
m2 N. Hansen
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The Klondike Incubators at W. E.
Varney's. fl6
Landsmeend ber erindre at vi
aelger og reparerer billig, Pumps
og Windmills.
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NELSON HDW. CO.
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