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t" Local Items Don't miss Gtffford Orchestra, at (he Christian obiuroh, Jenu&ry 7th. Mary Bashaim spent Monday an Tuesday in Bray ton with relatives. Firank Campbell sold his shot gun to C. L. McAmdnch last week. Harold Cannon is at home this week sick threatened with pneumo nia. ?v-«s «|®S Wm 6\A r*! A Bill SVf* Pi 4- If 'V 1 Mass Bessie Witthauer was an 'Atlantic -visitor th^ first of the iweek. Dr. Becker of Atlantic was in Exira, Monday' on professional business. Rev. Mitchell was' out* from Gray visiting among our people last Thursday. Joe Bash am lias been quite si cl» the past week with am attack of appendicitis. Harry Paige took a bumch of young men to Omaha, Monday even Ing in his oar. A. C, Neitzel and P. L._ ,Bon were Omaha visitors the past week. aw Ander luring John Lacy is on the sick list now being scarcely able to get ar round at present. \~S Mr. and' Mrs. P. N. Lauridsen have a baby girl at their home, born last Friday."' 1 5 Ad Watterson is spending a week in Omaha, visiting his nephew, Ar ithw Waitterson and wife. Mrs. Tom Gill is caring for Mrs. Caroline Jenkins this week during her illness./ Arnold Esbeck is reported quite ill at his home east of town jwitih an attack of diabetes, The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. "Vdgiga Rasmuesen died Tuesdav evening fiom b*-ain fever. Will Fulton has been on the Biok list the past week with la grippe and complications. Misses Anna and Erma Vioss have been confined to their home with a severe attack of the grippe, v'sst S J* 3S -V J1*' op s" I 4»l Y^ -i 5A'-' p. m. Saturday, Cabinet Work, Mill Work. Upholstering, Saw Filing and all kinds of Furniture Repairing. Mission Furni ture, Wagon Paints and Automobile Enamel. Geo. C. Voss, tr&Exira?°£ Next Week's Program AT PALACE THEATER Dr. Lantz made a professional call to the L. E. Simpson farm south of town, last Saturday. A. Wolcott, the tailor was a business caller out of town last week, returning here Saturday. Wm. Fulton went to Atlantic Monday to see his mother and sisster who have been quite sick. Mrs. R. C. Watterson lias been quite ill the past week suffering with the grippe and complications. Mis. Hetty Croy lies very ill at her home in the south part of town with threatened1 pneumo nia..,..,.,,,-,,..... Mrs. Connrardy opened her win ter term of dressmaking school last Monday with a good sized class. The Swamey school house is near dng completion and it is expected that school will start there in the near future. Mrs. M. E. Wilson, of Gtray, and her grand-eon, Harry Wilson, of Ames, visited' relatives in Camer on last week. Horace Hartaell of Canada, is hare visiting spent with, his old neighbors Mir. Mrs. Geo Paige. gJV' CARPENTER WORK Chapter 2 1, Monday 2 parts The Lion's Bride One. Comedy Reel Thursday ¥T\Wti ... Via Wireless. In 4 parts Saturday Extra good program. Matinee at 2:30' i- S7 I Pictures 3 nights only per week after Jan. 1st, who Monday and Mr. and Mrs. James Deen of Neb raska, are in the city visiting her sister, Mire. Will VanAermian) and husband. George McNary and daughter, Miss Pearl, went to Audubon last Thursday on a business trip and to visit frienids. Mrs. Nick Metrtes and children re turned home Thursday of last week from a visit in Carroll with rela tives and friends* 1 January eighth at Atlantic I will sell 120 bushels of Seed Corn, Corn Planters, Buggies, Silo Fill ers, Horse Powers, Wind mills, Gang Plows, Cultivators, 3 De Lav al Cream Separators, Office Fix tures, Oliver (mew) Type Writer, Acetylene Light plant, and "a thou sand and one" other things that you can use on your farm. Remem ber the date, Saturday next, Jen: 8th., all day, at Atlantic. Soren R. Nelson. I a a N *HFPMA PT I- •v fT.rTiiF.s* Remember the Date Sale Starts day, Jan, 10, 1916. Try First John Wieimann, of^ Lincoln, was a visitor •wi'tli his brother William, one day last week.._ III Prodie Hiansem, who has been' an this community the past year or more left Monday evening for Texa w^here his parents reside. Miss Bessie Wiitthauer returned homie the latter part of last week after visiting a few days' with frteinds out of town. MT. and Mrs. Cars ten Lairsen in the country are happy., over the arrival of a baby giirl at tlieiT hiome, one day last week. Everybody Come,. The Queen Esther Circle meet *at the E. B. Voss Thursday night, Jan. 13th. will home George amd Lisle Jones and their •niece, little Alice McClain, were on the sick list last week with grippe and complications. Miss Gol'da Watterson returned to Omaha, Monday, to resume her stu dee in music, after having spent the holidays with the home folks. Jake Hill and wife, of Anita., are here this week visiting rela tives at the Ed Young, Mrs. John Hill and Wesley Donaidsen homes. Rev. Buchanan, wife and ohil rden, of Wichita, are visiting this week with her parents, E. P. Jayne and other relatives and W 6V friends. U,t, Ipliw ,)y-*Vr4 A N A CleaLran.ce Commencinn Monday, Jan. 10, 1916 This is the Sale you havu been waiting for. It's* the sale worth waiting for. Hundreds of real bargains dependable merchandis. Prices are made low enouge to make it worth your while to buv and even anticipate your wants. Mens Suits and Overcoats Money Saving Bargains for CASH $25 & $23 Suits now at $22.50 & 20 Suits now at $16 & $19 Suits now at $15 & $12 Suits now at $18.00 16.00 14.00 11.00 1-2 off on all cloth OVERCOATS All ihe latest styles. We ', I ib.?~KvJ have only a limited a mount of these coats to clean up on so do not let these bargains go past if you are going to need a COAT. Men's & Boys' MENS & BOYS1DEAL' make Mackinaw Coats at ..20 per cent discount. Our line of "BEST EVER" boys Suits *4 off We turn our Men's and Boy's Sweater Coata into bargain sales at 20% off. Marx'Made and Boy's Knickerbocker pants at off. ft5? .4 "wr Mon JLJr "B Mrs. Carl Leist is quite sick, suf fering with la grippe and Bron chial troubles. Her daughter, Mrs. Ida Kurtenback of Wiota is caring for her. 'V.4V j. Mies Hazel Hestad of Lanesboro, J.owa, will arrive Friday to visit iMiss Olive Cox. Mdss Hestad ijs one of the teachers in, the public school of Lanesboro. IfjB! An Oyster Supper will be held by the Greeley Center Ladies Aiid Society at the home of Mrs. Min nie Htansley on the evening of Deoembex 12th. Everybody come. Mr. and Mirs. Niels Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rhode and Mr, and Mrs. Nels Beck were entertain ed at the Pieter Hansen home in Kickapoo,Street New Years Day.« H. Vande Brake and daughter, Miss Naomi, left for their home in Orange City the latter part of last wieek after a week's visit with his son, John K. and fam|iQy. A very large crowd attended the funeral of little Miss Pearl KSine, seven-year-old daughted of Mr. and I Mrs. Wood Kline, which took place at the M. E. Chuiroh last Satur day afternoon. It is true that sugar is a heat producing food, but sugar iiv diuces so readily the fermentation and destruction of the starchy foods that it should be taken in small quantities.' I mm J.'-a .!,•» $25 Coat now $22 Coat now $20 Coat now 14 lA Special Discount on Shoes in this Sale We Will Not Give the Extra 5 per cent ,/ „TT„ Discount for Cash on these prices.»s«&®®''off on all FUR SETS a tl.^ I^Rt er i\ Exira, Iowa '^BfliPhone No. 27 "ik Women's and Misses Winter Coats jA,s 's to be our last season handling Ladies Coats, we offer you these bargains. 1-2 off $12.50 $18 All of our Public School teach ers, excepting Miss Brown, who is quite ill ait Iher ihonne in Storm Lake, were on duty Monday morn ing in their school rooms after a week's Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur VanAierma and Erma Basham went to Green field last Friday to visit relatives. Miisa Erma returned home Sunday, buit the other two remained for a1 longer -visit. Harry Paige took themi in his par. •SS*i The aiged mother o£ Mrs. A. C. Andrews, who is making her home w/ith her daugihter, is not improv ing as fast as friends would like to have her and at times her condition appears very serious. ... .'( AutfUtHQUkCounty Journal Jan. Stir. Coat now $11,00 $16 $10.00 20 per cent Discount on Ladies', Child ren's and Misses' HOODS. m" AV -V AM® IsM! Milk in any quantity is, as a rule, not a good food for adults. When miilk is used it should be taken) as a lunch with But little other food. It shouldi never be taken as a drink with a hearty aneal. When people pay half as miiich attention to the breeding and rais ing of children as they now do to the breeding and raising of hogs, cattle, and horses, there wjll be far less need for- peni tentiaries, asylums, amd refocrmator 4iL^JSMr, li A Watch Party was held at the Iiona Peppers home in the COIMI try the night of December 3Lst., to watch the old year out and $9.00 Coat now $8.00 $15 Coat now Vi off on Ladies' Dress Skirts to Yz off on Wool Dress Goods off on Ladies 2 piece "SETSNUG" Underwear 20 per cent Discount on LADIES SWEATERS $7.50 ithe new year in. A large crowd of young people (were present and at •a very late hour refreshments were servjed. T!he following people joined the Congregational church last Sumd'ay morning,— Ward Smith and wife Mrs. J. M. Dimiclk Miss Cora Cook two daughters of Mr. andl Mrs. Ridgely Lloyd, and CaTolya KHever Mr. and Mrs. George Fieht emier Frank Giault. Rev. W. B. Cox goes to Lanes boro, Iowa, Wednc^L.. j, to per form the marriage ceremony foac Geo Sanderson and Mable Martin. Rev. Cox has been in close touch with the Sanderson family for 16 years. He was Mr. Sanderson's pas tor for fivei yeaira. H. W. Burr, who was caiUed to Oxford, Iowa, Tuesday of last weeik to attenjd the funeral of his cousin, Mrs. Fred Kalhler, re turned home Friday eivening,. Ho was aeoompajnjied on the trip by hiis brother, Anigust Bnrr and sis ter, Miss Minnie Burr, of Aiu|du bon. r'»1 Dn*. R. Ai. Jacobsen met wlthi?- quite an accident last Friday evem— dng while making a professional call_ in the country when he slipped on the ice, Hailing and bruising his knee quite badly. It is now fear-' ed that an, abscess is forming1 andi the doctor is compelled to. use crutoh.ee.