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Oakf ield and Brayton Bay Barhan was a Sunday guest at theBisom home. Lewis Heath had business calling him to Atlantic Thursday. George Arnold was transacting bus iness in Atlantic Wednesday. Nels Hoegh was visiting his son Walter near Marne last week. Mrs. Sored Andersen was visiting relatives in Audubon Tuesday. Luther and Deoa Hensley spent Sunday at the Dr. Koob home. George Jessen Jr. shipped one car ef hogs to Omaha Monday night. C. B. Hansen of Exira was in town the latter part ot last weak on busi ness. Dr. Uhran of Atlantic was called to Brayton on professional business Monday. Miss Jessie Andrews of Exira was visiting her auntj Mrs. S. F. Pearl Monday. 'y\ Nels P. Hoegh and Arthur Ander sen are serving on the Grand Jnry this week. T. J. Essington has been sick with a bad case of lagrippe but is some better now. C. T. Liegan, Frank Jenkins and C. J. Dimick were passengers to Au dubon Thursday. Ed Elwood of near Menlo was a visitor at the J. C. Hardman home one day last week. Ed Delahoyde of Exira was look ing after business matters at £he Bank -one day last week. Mrs. Andersen and daughter of Lorah were in Brayton Saturday con sulting Dr. Koob. Frank Wagner of Anita was the guest of his cousins at the Dr. Koob home over Sunday. •I William Doffing ot Exira was in Brayton Friday poetirg bills for his sale, February 22nd. Mrs. Clara Ordway-Carver of Hay Springs, Nebraska is visiting her mother, Mrs. Wm. Ordway. The Nelson Hardware Co. is put ting in a new glass front and mak ing their store more attractive. Mrs. A. G. Anderson and Vivian Bartlett went to Audubon Tuesday and spent the dav with friends. Chas. Freeman wenttoDes Moines Wedneeday where he has accepted a position in tbe Fulton market as cash ier. Lawrence Pearson will go to Plan kington, S. D. with Ray Heath and will work for him the coming sum mer. Wm. Thompson, agent tor the R. I. here, had business calling hiru to Des Moines Saturday returning Sun day- Dr. Koob was called to Atlantic one day last week to prescribe for Mrs. S. R. Nelson who is reported quite ill. Mr. Clitton of the Clifton Commis sion Co. of South Omaha was in Brayton Friday visiting his friend, I. P. Hallock. M. J. Fabricius came up from At lantic Thursday for a few hours' vis it with friends. Mr. Fabricius has recently returned from a visit to Den mark. m- "V IN VI« fr 4 .When in Brayton don't fail to call and examine our fine line of Harness, '|Li'ardware and Imple LV merits. rV ^T Nek Nelson returned Friday lrom a visit with his sister in Louisiana. His sister's home is a house-boat on the Mississippi. Alice and Ruth Freeman went to Exira Saturday and visited until Monday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. Clyde Dimick spent Saturday night with Garner Bartlett, going to the home of his uncle, Calvin Dim ick to spend Sunday. The Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Hans Hansen Thursday afternoon. Owing to the inclement weather the attendance was not large. Mr.and Mis. J.F.Jensen went to Rorbeck Wednesday to see her sister, Mrs. Hendrick9en who is very low with no hopes for recovery. George Leander of west'of Brayton took a spin in a flying machine tbe other day but says he thinks he will Btay,on Mother Earth after this. Noel Heath gpve a party Tuesday evening in honor of his cousin, Ray Heath who will leave Wednesday tor his home at Plankington, South Da kota. Grace Bowen and Kitten Barhan returned Saturday from York, Ne braska accompanied by their cousin, Thomas Tipton who will visit here for sometime. Pitf Notice Wk have decided to make a change in our business methods. On and af ter March 1st we will sell meat for cash only. In next week's issue we will explain why we make this change. Respectfully, Larson ic Son. Don't forget to Jolly up and pick the Jolly you admire moat, clip th coupon off the back leaf, fill it out and send all to tbe Journal. „,r J.'-, Exchange v'^ 'J* .A'-'I We have one of the beet quarter sections of land in Sully county, South Dakota to exchange for an 80 or 120 here. Every acre of this land -is perfect fenced and cross fenced, about one-balf under cultivation, light improvements, small grove, some fruit trees, 2\* miles to town, 8 miles to County Seat. This is aa fine a quarter aa there is in tbe state and will make an ideal home. Will take Iowa land at its.value and are willing to take what this land is ac tually worth namely $47,50 per acre. This land will stand the very clos est inspection. If this suite you, act quickly. Audubon County Journal. Backache Rheumatism Sleeplessness Result from disordered kidneys. Fo ley Kidney Pills have helped others, they will help you. Mrs. J. B. Miller, Syracuse. N. Y., says "For along time I suffered with kidney trouble and rheu matism. I had severe backaches and felt all plaved out. After taking two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills my bick ache is gone and where I used to lay awake with rheumatic pains 1 now sleep In comfort. Foley Kidney Pills did wonderful things for me." Try them now. Sold by ail druggists. VETERINARIAN George Weighton V.8. 1 Audubon, Iowa "-V .r nelson hardware Co. $ Dealers in Tanks, Pumps, Windmills, Pipe and Fit tings, Tin Roofing, Spout ing, Plumbing and Heating a specialty. SPECIAL We have some attractive bargains in brand new 2 3 h.p. Engines. If you can use an Engine of this size, you cannot afford to let the bargains slip by. we DESIRABLE HOME Are You Looking For A Pleasantly Located Farm In Good Locality. Fair Buildings, Land Lays Fine. For Sale—One of the finest little farm homes in Audubon County. Right up to the city limitp of Exira. Fair bouse and good barn, wind mill and well, all fenced. Not the largest but one of tbe finest or chards in Iowa, now in its prime. If you have a little monejr and want to buy a home enquire about this one. Also have a nice little four room cottage with one and a half acres of land with it. Also a pret ty fair house with a quarter block of land with it all in city limits, cheap. Ask the Journal about it. Salt's Worth It 160 acres $115.00, 2^o miles from Exira, lays fair, good improve ments, 8-room bouse 2 stories high, good large stock barn, good bog bouse, new well, windmill and wat er works, 2 hog pastures, hen bouse, double corn crib, on main road R. F. D., convenient to town and to market. 3 percent on deferred pay ments. See Journal. "?,"• For Sale Ninety head of sheep. Charles Komoies or tf'lggl Soren Sandbeck.. Dr. L. J. Oldaker, Dentist. Office the front rooms over the Chrls tensen Jewelry store. All work In my line promptly attended to. That Carving Set Wurrauted Steel, finely tempered, and ofsuperior 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 no housewife would need to be ashamed of it. Do you need one? Now is the time to get one for practilly nothing. It'sjprice 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. For Sale V- A nearly new house pleasantly situated on one of Exira's principal streets. If you want something real nice, call or write Journal. For Sale Or Trade A good residence property, beau tifully located for business or pleas ure and one of our best business houses. If you bave a good forty or an eighty at a reasonable price please submit same to the Journal., Another Fine One 235 acres. 5 miles from Exira. Ex tra well improved and lays fine. $115 per Acre. Good terms. Inquire Journal. 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 Hog-watererB, guaranted not to freeze, clog up or run over. Given on thirty days free trial, winter or summer. Wm. Menefea, Atlantic, la. We have a few fine young Rhode Island Red cockerels to spare. If your matings are not complete get a fine bird in your flock. Ure. W. J. Lancelot IS LAVISH IN FURS SEASON'S FASHION DEMANDS THE MOST LUXURIOUS. Increased Popularity of Motoring Calls Forth Fur Coats of Entirely New Type—Proves Parlslennes Leaders of Fashion. Nothing is too luxurious in furs! This season fashion simply demands the best. Just another instance thf.t proves that Parlslennes are leaders of fash ion. Last summer fair Frenchwomen wore stoles of ermine with lingerie frocks—regardless of heat or cold. Now, that winter is here, heavy fur garments are their whim. The increased popularity of motor ing has called forth fur coats of an entirely new type. These garments are fashioned on the lines of smart mannish topcoats and, of course, unique furs were necessary to make the vogue a success—as every one al ways wants something different. Leopard skin, antelope and baby deer are quite the most popular, although pony skin and raccoon are also note worthy. Fur-lined coats for motoring, as of yore, are favored by conservative women. These luxurious topcoats are mostly of heavy broadcloth, lined with squirrel and with large shawl collar of skunk or Persian lamb. Caracal coats of generous length are most befitting for shopping and dail,y events. Broadtail and Persian lamb are also Included in the same category. Evening coats—also worn for for- mal afternoon affairs—are simply superb. Full length coats of Russian sable or ermine are the most gueenly. One exquisite coat recently seen was of snowy ermine with broad band of skunk around the bottom, which curved gracefully at each side of the front. Sable and ermine are fre quently combined, while white fox and sealskin is another joyous har mony. Muffs are simply enormous and ab solutely fiat. Indeed, some are so large and flimsy that they are almost burdensome. Quite the most extreme styles have wide centers of Persian silk, or velvet, with wide bands of fur. The large stoles to match are fashioned likewise, only so wide that they are more like shawls than mere neckpieces. These particular modes were created by Madame Agnes—and Parlslennes have thoroughly approved them. Women of moderate tastes are quite satisfied with the round and pillow muffs of conservative size, and stoles of usual proportions. Pneumonia Follows A Cold But never followi the use of Foley's Honey and Tar, which checks the cough and expels the cold. Stockwell, Han nibal. Wo., says, "It beats all the reme dies I ever used. 1 contracted a bad cold and cough and wrfsthreatfned with pneumonia. One bottle of Foley's Ho ney and Tar completely cured me." No opiates, just a reliable household medi cine. Sold by all druggists KILLTHECOUGH AHOCUREthelUNGS Exira Auto & Hachine Works Gasoline Engines All Sizes, Stationary and Portable. Feed Grinders MOU can always find in our stock a complete line of the above also reniember \r equipped to do all kinds of repairing, and have had years of experi ence in this line. We are here for business and we want your business, and we hope by square dealing and honest workmanship to merit a fair share of your patronage. Is DR.KING'S WIIH NEW DISCOVERY FORCSKcJSIIpbice 5o*&*I.OO 'vnVOLDS1" TRIAL BOITH FREE ANDAltTHBOATAND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SA7/SFACTORY OR MONEY REfU/VDCD. A Vr an^ Via El Paso and New Mexico 40 Acres For Sale I will sell and give possession of my 40 acres ^4 mile south of Exira, on easy terms. Good Beven room house and other good buildings Or will exchange it for 80 to 160 acre farm. Also a 'good 80, well improved, near Exira, very easy terms. John H. .Rendleman "Mound City Paints may oost a trifle more, but—!" Nels Hanson, Druggist. «•:Y&'i Slpp Step in when in town and see our Power Washing Outfit. It's a dandy and a labor saver indeed. Very Low Fares sand Pacific Northwest Take advantage of the low fares in effect Daily March 10 to April 1 Oth inclusive take the trip you have had in mind for so long. Rock Island Triaiiis ..... ________. _____ "tp -s'1" IOIUII11 IIQIII9 ill Provide every comfort—you'll find nothing lack pg. ing that tends to make your trip a pleasant one. Supurb Dining Car Service Two Choice Routes •V J. S. McNally, Division Pass. Agent, Omaha, Neb. R. G. Nancarrow, Agent, Exira, Iowa. 15he Ambitious Young Man Begin today with a deposit in the 3 sr~ S 3 $ r~ v*. Our line of Oils, Grease, Batteries and Automobile Supplies is the best and most complete in town. We can save you some money on Oil. Try us and see for yourself. lii 4-'pVi? Via Colorado and Salt Lake Iowan's Notice W8 have 160 acres near Greenfield^ all nnder plow with the necessary^ buildings on ic that we can ez-^ change and take au 80 or 120 on it.^ r. The young man who says to himself, "I will be gin to save money now so that some day I may be able to go into business myself.'' is just the young man we want to reach. If that young man would select this bank in which to place his savings he would build up a reputation here as a saver and help him to se cure banking credit when he gets ready to step into business himself. First National Bank EXIRA IOWA f, Alllowans in Southern California^ are cordially invited to attend the Aunual Picnic to be held at East! Lake Park, Los Angeles, California on Feb. 22,1911. Bring your dinner' and stay all day.