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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, September 07, 1911, Image 6

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TMar* SNAPS, SNAPS
80 acres at $75.00, miles from a good town, mile from school
house, fair five room house, new barn, good outbuildings, splendid
orchard. All fenced and cross fenced, and
Owner will carry bac£ three to four thousand dollars,
three to five years.
80 acres at $70.00, 7 miles from good town, all plow land except
four acres in native grove and hog pasture, fair buildings, all fenc
ed hog tight, $1,950 mortgage, owner wants balance of equity.
80 acres at $85.00, 6 miles from town, good six room house, deep
well and windmill, fair barn, splendid cattle shed, corn crib, gran
ary and chicken house, ^ood orchard, all fenced hog tight, and 20
acres fenced off hog tight. This is a snap at $85, mortgage $4,300
at 5 per cent at five years, owder wants equity.
70 acres 2£ miles from town, good house, splendid barn, gran
ary. corn crib, fine spring of water, fenced and cross fenced, good
orchard and grove, mortgage $4,500 four years at 5£ per cent. If you
are looking for something good, close to town and well improved,
call in.
If You Would LiRc to Live In An Irrigated
District. LooK Over Our
LUPTON MEADOW LANDS
Only one and a half hour side from Denver, thegreates market
in the west, railroad facilities are the very best. The land is clear,
easily worked and being so near Denver prices are high. You bave
the greatest abundance of water. Six beet sugar factories near.
Climate is the best on earth. Elevation one mile above sea level.
It cures consumption, hay fever and asthma.
Next Excursion Tuesday, September 12
Take a trip, only $22.00 around. First and third Tuesday of
each month. Call at
Journal Office
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HANFORD'S
Balsam of_Mynti
For Cuts, Burns,
Bruises,' Sprains,
Strains, Stiff Neck,
Chilblains, Lame Bade,
Old Sores, Open Wounds,
and all External Injuries.
Made Since 1846.
Price 50c and $1.00
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All Dealers
HanfordM,9'Y.CoN.
UGUIVI SYRACUSE,
HAMLIN
Ameil Waltz took out a Dew corn
binder Tuesday.
Miss Bonnie Jones departed for
Exira Saturday for a few day's visit.
Cbarlie Higgins is having a foun
dation laid udder his honse this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Eagen left
for Des Moines Monday to visit the
Capitol City.
School started Monday with Miss
Minuie Mitchell as tsacher with au
average attendance.
Hans Mortensen delivered a carload
of fine porkers at Hamlin Monday.
Hans raises some fine hogs.
It is rumored around this week
that we will have a change in pro
prietors in the pool hall soon.
Mrs. George Robertson has been on
the sick list the past week, but much
improved at the present writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Aagaard spent
Sunday out at the home of their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mortens
Nels Mortensen sold six maun l
spreaders last week. Now watch for
a big crop of coru around here next
year.
Robert Garnett, our postmaster has
been ailing the past few weeks but is
able to get around to attend to his
duties.
John Mulgaard was in town Sun
dap driviug his new auto. It looks
like a ueijt little car and John is
proud of it.
Nels Mortensen bad hia men out at
Fred Aveys' Monday and Tuesday
installing a water system and erect
iug a windmill.
Charley Nelson was a pleasant cal
ler in Ilamlin Sunday, having come
to spend the day with his brother
Victor and wife.
J. E. Hartshorn started a lunch
counter and restaurant Saturday in
the building formerly occupied by
the meat market.
L. C. Lauridsen departed Tuesday
lor a trip to Alberta, Canada. He says
he is just going to see that much
talked about land.
A letter received lately from F.
Shifiet statgs that they have got set
tied in their new home and feel like
they are living again.
Mrs. George Motey and her two
youngest daughters departed Mon
day for Goodwell, Oklahoma and in
tend to make their heme this winter
Mrs. J. II. Jones was quite badly
hurt in a runaway accident Sunday
having had a bone fractured in one of
her hips and one rib broken. Late re
ports say she is getting along aicely.
For Sale
A five-room house for sale. Only
built three years ago. Inquire of Geo
Robertson, Hamlin, Iowa.
Five An Acre
We have 160 Acres of land thai
we can sell you at $5.20 per acre. I
joins John Hicks' Homestead near
Craig, Colorado. The piece lays as
well as does his'homestead, only
4 miles from County Seat. Go Wes
young man. Buy this piece, build
yourself a home. See Journal.
Greeley mutual Fire In
surance Company
Why not insure in this Com
pany? They are the most reli
able and cheapest Company
in existance. Also Wind anc
Tornado Insurance written.
H. N. Huss, Secy.
Smlthson—I couldnt get along with
two office boys.
Jackson—Ain't enough 'work, eh?
Smlthson—Not that, but they'd
each be afraid getting here In the
morning before the other.
The Flirt's Fate
Oho watched the gallants come and go.
She flirted so with every beau,
Mow, when she'd have one come and
•tay
They merely come—and go
—The Catholic Standard and Times.
Open to Engagements.
"Miss Gwendolen, they Bay you have
won high honors in golf. Do you rep
resent any ladies' athletic club or as
sociation
"No, Mr. Ketchley I am entirely—
er—unattached."
Then there was a timid, faltering
question, a soft voiced answer, and tb«
status was changed.
Can You Beat It?
He—So the engagement is off and
Maud and Jack don't speak to each
other. What caused the quarrel?
She—'Twas the silliest thing. The}
were talking about theirs being a east
of love at first sight, and then got lnte
a fierce dispute as to which had sees
the other first.
MY
DAUGHTER
WAS CURED
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
Baltimore, Md.—"I send you here
with the picture of my fifteen year old
daughter Alice, who
was restored to
health by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound. She
was pale, with dark
circles under her
eyes, weak and irri
table. Two different
doctors treated her
and called it Green
Sickness, but she
grew worse all the
time. Lydia E. Pink­
ham's Vegetable Compound was rec
ommended, and after taking three bot
ties she has regained her health, thanks
to your medicine. I can recommend it
for all female troubles."—Mrs. L. A.
CORKRAN, 1103 Rutland Street, Balti
more, Md.
Hundreds of such letters from moth
ers expressing their gratitude for what
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
Eeen
ound has accomplished for them have
received by the Lydia E. Pinkham
Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass.
Young Girls, Heed This Advice.
Girls who are troubled with painful
or irregular periods, backache, head
ache, dragging-down sensations, faint
ing spells or indigestion, should take
immediate action and be restored to
health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound. Thousands have been
restored to health by its use.
Write to Mrs. Pinkliam, Lynn,
Mass., for advice, free.
Day Phone 10
Night Phone 4
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which it is impossible to remove
by any other means.
Many other uses
and Full Directions on.
Zarge Sifter-can JO
Money to Loan
with the Oerman Savings Bank.,
Lowest rates, optional payments.
Abstracts promptly furnished. In.
surance written by reliable compan
es.
Nash & Phelps
Dr. L. J. Oldaker, Dentist. Office
the front rooms over the Chrls
tensen Jewelry store. All work In
my line promptly attended to.
VETERINARIAN
George Weighton V.S.
Audubon, Iowa
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
WM. F. HOPLEY
Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer
5 Years Experience
A S O I A
Bus to and from all
trains. Phone 52 at P.
M. Christensen's Jewelry
Store.
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Ed Delahoj-de, Cmthln
Exira, Iowa,
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Monajr to loan on good ••curltlai.
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