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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, December 10, 1914, Image 8

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NOTICE
All persons knowing themselves
to be indebted to E. A. Rethmeter,
must Ssttle At O ce as alii accounts
net pad promplly wi'll be given to
Attorneys fjr collection.
F. M. Xebe assignee.
NOTICE
I •will sales in tihis and adjoin
ins counties. Give me your dajte.
R. G. N'ancarrow. tf. adv.
LOST
A pocket book between t':e Peg
ging residence aid the depot, last
Wednesday. Finder please notify
Mr. Clark Gray, Exira.
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LOST
Ladies Pocket Book with 75 cts.
in it. Finder please leave at Journal
Office. _n.
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'i'- A brand new axe while moving
between the Holm property and
Ed Powell house. Finder please
leave at the Ford garage.
FOR SALE
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i- George Guide,
t."f. Hamlin.
FOR SALE
A few ft 'o and China Boars
pediev" Ui each animal. Springs.
A., ill- lug thousand pound ktad.
Ne's C. Jensen.
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It ute 2 Exira. tf.
FOR SALE
Colored Mus o\y ducks $1.."0
each to: $1.0G.
John Kil worth Phone No. 22
E 1-22. Rt. 1 Exira. adv. 10.
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FOR SALE
ure bi.ed Chester White male
pigs. Your choice $20 if takein ait
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C. A. Petersen.
Rt. No. 1, Exira, Iowa.
Phone 5E111.
CHANGE
I will be o..en from Saturday no(
until Sunday noon only.
Mason, Photographer.
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SHOE REPAIRING
Gerald Hensley is now ready tc
repair your shoes with neatness an
despatch. Up stairs over the Bis
hop and Stazel barber shop.
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Our revival is on. Everybody is
asked to come and take part. We
expect to preach the plaan gospel,
the kind the devil doesn't like. We
have too much sugar coating, candy
feeding pr.eacihinig now. The folks
that get that kind ofi religion aire
like the eld time pills we used to
take. We expect to preach Hell fire
and brimstone umtil ymi can smell
the fmoke, and the low of God un
til his love will be felt. Monday eve
ning Dec. 14 the suibject will be,
"The BloodVounds of Hell." Wed.
:iight Dec. 16 "The Devils Bible."
Tli pastor will find out how much
the church members love God and
sinners l:y the way they attend
this meeting. You know that very
few cf your excuses will stand be
fonre Gcd. And if the meeting fails
in any way because yon, have not
done our duty, God wall liold ytvu
responsible not o::ly for youir own
delinquency but for the lost sin
ner. Services each evendfog at 7:30.
Rev. Eli Looney.
North Branch Baptist Church
l"id you know that a revival is
going on in your church, you Bap
tists? You members wiho own autoes
if you can't run them because of
the weather, riig up the carriage or
tht wagon wih.iclh is the best thtn|g|
iu the world. Load it full and come,
lit is no) exctiee for you, just be
cause you. can't come in an aiubo.
Your pastor is looking for you. The
Lord expects you. Sintaers are read
ing you by your actions.
Rev. Eli Looney.
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Christian Petersen of Coiuncil
F'.luffs i6 visiting at the John Nelsen
home in this city.
miles southeast of Exira, on
commencing at 11 o'clock
2 a 9 1 a
IV MMilvtw mare 4 yrs old, 2 mares 2 years old and five spring
colt
7 1
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CORN, FArK MACHINERY.
MRS. S.
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26 Head of Spring Pigs
ual Terms Free Lunch at Noon
CHILD INJURED
Little Dale Heaththe three
year old son ,of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Heatlh o.f Atlantic happened to a
sad and piainful accident last Tues
day afternoon. He with several fli
er children were playing on a pile
of heavy planks when in some way
the (planks weire found across the
child's body and his riglh.t leg was
broken between the knee and hip.
The bojie was broken entirely off.
Dr's. Emmert and Morse of Atlan
tic set Uhe broken liir.ib and at
tihis writing tihe little fellow is rest
ng as well as could be expected.
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A TFOR THE
UNITED STATES
Orders foe the following materials
hi ve be rrceived in the United
States within thfe last few days from
foreign countries.
Gi .lvestor, foitton expomted-S0,000
bales. St. Louis, flour exp.o *1 110,
000 barrels-. Si. Louis, Cort.a.ct for
20 000 hoirsfs. Boston, 150,000 pairs
of sEioes.. Gli'k-ag'O, Packing Ijoiuses
running djry "id night. ,'Sp,.in.gfield,
Mass. Smith and Wesson, woirliing
day aind nig t. Galveston', Gijkoe or
ders a cargio of will eat. Pittfi'buingh,
Order from Earope 5000 ti 1.
New York City, Great Britain, co
ders, $1,000,000 of American Ma
cliinery. Australia 17,000 tons of
steel. E rope, 500 000 blankets for
soldiers. Inquiries for 1,000,00ft
mrve blankets. Inc.ulties for 200,
000 lnorses. Kav sas Ci:y, Europe or
ders $60,000 of saddles and har
ness and $1 850,000 of lmiles.
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SICK HEADACHE
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Sick headache is nearly alwiays
caused by disorde of the stoifi&dh.
Correct 1hem and tlie periodic at
tacks of sick he.'dache will disap
pear. Mrs. Jolhin Bishop of Roee
ville, Ohio, writes: "Abouit a year
ago I was trouble*! witih indigestion
and had sick headache that lasted
for two or three days at a time: I
doctored and .tried a number of m
medies but nothing helped me until
during one of those sick spells a
friend advised m« to take Cham
berlain's Tablets. This medicine re
lieve*! m\e in a sSio.rt time. Fo'r"sale
by Exira Drug Co.
8 2 a re 5 a
with calf at side, 6 geed cows. 4 two
yearling calves and 2 spring
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SALE- DATES
The following public sales will be
held on the dates named:
Max Nissen 9 1-2 miles soutlioast
of Exira, 6 imi. north and 1-2 mile
west of Anita. Friday Dec. 11th
commencing at 10 o'clock. ,C,
Mrs. U. S. Herrick. 5 miles south
west of Exira on Friday Dcc. 18.
MSA
JACK PLACE111PRICE
Only two miles from a good town
iearly 120 acres at $100 per acre
with fair improvments. All undei
cultivation. Just think what a hun
dred and twenty Is worth only two
miles from county seat. Why its one
jf the snaps in reality and will
not last long.
Don't ask over the phone but
call at the Journal Office for loca
tion prices and terms. They will all
uit you.
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120 acres at $100 per acre. Only
5 1-2 miles from county seat not
far, 4 1-2 miles from' railway sta
tion. A good house on it, quite a
large barn, double corn crib, good
granary, deep well, windmill, all
fenced and cross fenced. Lays roll
ing all under cultivation except a
bout 12 acres which is pasture.
Terms at Journal Office.
THIS WESTERN IDEA
SPREAD EAST
Portland, Oregon is a city of
300,000 people and thousands of
automobiles.
Yet in the last nine montihs there
has not been one person injured,
much less killed in an auto acci
dent in the city. Because in Port
land a driver of am automobile w*ho
exceeds tli.e speed limit is put to
work on, the rock pile for from
•two to thirty days, no fines Ac
cept ed.
If the driver is convicted he
must do his time at hard labor and
no exceptions ,are made. Portland's
stree are safe to pedestrians.
Why no' try it in Exira?
MRS. McCliAlN'S KXlMSldkxcK
WITH CKOUP
"Whei my boy, Ray was' small he
,'us subject to croup, and I was
hvays alarmed at suth times. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy proved far
better than any other far this trou
ble. It always relieved him quickly.
am never without it in the house
for I know it is a positive cure for
croup," writes Mrs. W. R. MoClain,
Blairsville, Pa. For sale by Exira
Drug Co.
OBITUARY MRS KEESE
Rebcjcct1 A. Hatter was born near
Dayton, O Aug. 9, 1837 and de
parted
miit
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"Hello, ia this the Store
of Good Taste?"
"Yes, Mam."
Cfin you send up what a
I mt rig .'it away"'
"Yes, Mam, quick deliv
ery is Our Specialty." .. N
"I want
the
life Thanksgiiviiiig D.vy
in Method, hospital, Des MO-IIKS
Nov. 26, 19 4, aged 77 yfars 3
montihs and 7 days.
She was married on Jan. 6
1858 in Tip(paoanoe coointy Indiana
to W. Cf. Keese who departed this
life Jiajn,. 16, 1901. The home
Brct'i en* and Sist Kee.'e was blest
ed by tHie conniing of 4 children,
•cf wh.:mi Kui'vivNat'han O.
Hebmon la., \V. M. Keese A.uduibon
la.,
wife cf J. S. Dunning
Saunders, Moaitara, a: Emma
Sin (pre of Hill City S. D., besides
these 16 grandchildien and four
sreiit gtfand child'.en .survive. SisiUer
K. tte cuiire to Iowa in I860
j:as nvade Jier Iiome i.: Hebron
abo.it 3 y« «'.s.
SICK TWO YEARS
and
for
J. II. Jorgensen of near Bray ton
besides faim-ina his own 200 a.a
patch, farmed 4 0 rcres of the B411
I'liielen farm ich lie put i&s
corn. H: mised 24 38 bu. on tilin 40
acres and sold it at 60c a bu&lnel
which netted IMIII $1 422.NO lie gia.ve
Mr. TiiielQii one-hulf or $711.40 or
$17.78 plus per acive.
Will Eckles and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Airlcty Johnson, George Milli
man and wife, Ed Millimian and
family, Joh'n VaiKle Brake and fam
ily cf thiK.cily ':M! Chris Ohristen.
sen of Drayton all partook ol' a big
Thanksgiving dinner a.t the P.
Christensan home.
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Fresh Oysters
Celery
Crackers
Coffee
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Bread
Butter
Yes Mam, thank you.
The order is half filled
If A W A
goodbye."
WITH INDIGESTION.
'Two years ago I was greatly be
nefited through using tow or three
bctles of Chamberlain's Tablets,"
writes'Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio
Beforte taking them I Aviati sick for
two years with indigestion." Sold by
E\ira Drug Co.
TRY THIS FOR XKl ltATX
Thousands of people keep on suf
fering' wiitih, Neuralgia because thpy
do not kiniow w-'iat to do for it. Neu
ralgia is a pain in the nerves. What
you wamt to do is to sootlne the
nerve itself. Apply Sloan's Lini
ment to the surface over the pain
ful paint—do rot rub it in, Sloain's
Liniment penetrates very quickly
to the store, irritated nerve and al
lays the inflammation. Get a bat
tle of Sloain's Liniment for 25 cts.
of any druggist and have it in the
hcuse, against Colds, Sore and Swol
len Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica, and
like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it does give al
most instant relief. 2
Audubon County Journal Dec. 10.
Heard Over the Phone
FRED H. COTTON
Oil SALE on HCMBE
ai maiEir farm
Here is something above the aver
•, for sale or exchange.
The farm is miles from Guth-
age,
Center and contains 280 acres.
Has two excel.ent seta of improve
ta houses barns, granaries, sl
outbuildings galore, all under
fence and cross fenced. Good water
plenty of it. all second bottom
low spotstiled. The farm can be
in twoleavteig 160 in one and
in the other with builIdling on
each.
1 you need anything that is abov
average offerings here It is.
Call at the Journal Office.
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/TELL YOU WHAT\
I MA ODDER. CoaHJ
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OUR WEEKLY RECIPE
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Com Souffle. ASelt a tablespaon
of butter and add to it a, table&poonr
ul of sifted fLour stir in slowly hailf
a pint of boiling milk and cook gemt
lv till smooth add one by one the
beaten yolks of three eggs beat
well, add cupful of corn* chopped, or
put through the meat grinder sea
son -with salt to) tasite and fold in
the stiff whites of the eigigs put all
into well buttered little moulds
bake twenty minutes in hot oven.
he hu sen iii
too mm us
A junk dealer froim the middle
west had heard that Ford, the au
to manufacturer used tin cane in
the construction of his car. He gath
ered u.p several hundred tomato
cans, sauer kraut and oyster cans,
and sept them to the Ford factory
along with a request that fchey foe
•made into an auto.
A week later be received a Ford
by freight and a check for $9.80 by
mail. He had sent in too many cans..
H. E. CHIIIICHI0TES
We have gifts for everybody for father and
the young men, suits, bathrobe*, hweat* rs, liep and
hose or a
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balm a ran own oat.
DOLLS
Fcr mother all kinds of
Exira vj.as.aK™
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
"League 6:30 P. M.
Preaching 7:30 P.
Evening subject, -"The Areiviteot «$§
of Fate".
Hamlin
Sabbath Sclioi.l ... a p.
Service at 3 P. M.
I3urk Creek
^i'bbath School.. 12 M.
SES EOS FRENCH WIS
Do Your Christmas
Shopping here
New Orleans la. Dec. 10.—What N
said to- be the largest singly ship- ss|
mejit of horses for service in the
European war lroni am American
port has leit o.i board the British
steamer nmore. T.hie harass,Ati,
1,620 in nuim,her, arrived here oui
two sipecial t.a.in& from, the middle
wet. It was said the Rowanmcre
would clear for a Frencii port and
that the horses wotuld be used as
mounts for tilie French' cavalry.
fancy
center, piano scarfs ii)( tcpt-, nipt-. «1
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For the daughtu-, t»ilk hose, furp, leather and
silver purses and coats. WV also have a line of
fancy china that would niake nice pit fnite,
-DOLLS-
Come in and tell us your wants and we will
be pleased to serve you.
H. P. PETERSEN
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