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ROCK ISLAND LINES
Weak Day Schedule pfc
-No. 1019 due Exira 6:17tea^A. M.
North.
Kb. 1018 due Exira 7:20 A. M.
rts South, connects with main line
Bast at 8:12 A. M. West 9:40.
Ko 1021 due Exira 9:40 A. M.
North.
Ko. 1020 due Exira 12:46 P, M.
South.
Ko. 1028 due Extra 12:45 P. M.
North
No. 1022 due Exira 4:10 P. M.
South, connects -with ^ma&n line
,j Bast 667 Flyer -:«f
Bast 643 Local
Bast 766 Flyer
[West 766 Local
I West #08 Flyer.
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PHYSICIANS
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Ko. 806 due Exira 12:30 P. M.
Mo. S06 due Exira 1:41 P. M.
I W. O. Griffith, Agt.
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
Tilda Schmidt
VIOLIN TEACHER
Witthauer Residence Saturdays
INSURANCE
Theo Patty, Phone 67,
Exira, la.
Only first class Companies
Represented
DENTIS®
"U.
Dr. L.J. Oldaker
DENTIST ''f
Over P. M. Christensen
rv *, \/n?v" h, store
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PHONES:
Farm
3
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Office 39
HARVEY and HUNT
-s"'"' Realestate and farm loans at
I per cent.
1
Abstracts furnished.
mm,
Loans'
Lowest rates. Complete
set of Abstract of Title to all
lands and town lots in Audu
bon County.
CHARLES BAGLEY
DJ3. JOHN UIIjEY,
Physician Surgeon
Office Phone 53: hoais. Phone gj
Old lr«t loot tail of B-l» i._.
Sorn.r Drug Slort, upitalr*
CHr*i
1 DR. R. A. liA,NTZ
l* Veterinary, burgeon and dentist
Assistant State Veterinarian. |i
***,' Calls attended day or night.
.Office rear room National Bank.
y\ For Greeley Farmers Mutu
li\ al Fire and Lightning
*-1 Insurance see
Fred Wahlert Sr. Exira, Iowa, Win.
•". IU Clark, Hamlin, Iowa. M. J. Mas-
tSffBoa, Audubon. Have other agents
Audubon, Guthrie and Adair
counties. Also Wind and Tornado
iy
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Zasuranoe Written.
SHOE REPAIRING
„V. Pf.. 1-'.% you want a neat and pretty Job
). iv -a' of repaiiring done on your Bhoea
take them to Gerald Hensley in
J. W. Aleup's Harness shop.
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Give Us a
NO
TROUBLE
ZnZ-%
Find That
Our Work
There is more Catarrh in this
section of the country than all oth
er diseases put together, ami until
tlie last few years was supposed to
be incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced it a lo
cal disease and prescribed local re
medies, and by constantly failing
to cure with local treatment pro-'
nouiiced it incurable. Science has
proven Catarrh to be a constitu
tional disease, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney and Co., Toledo,, O
hio, is the only Constitutional cure
on the market. It is taken inter
nally. It acts directly on tlje blood
and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem. They offer one hundred dol
lars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars an'd testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY and CO.,
Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75cc.
Take Hall's Family P'lls for con
stipation.
local
Items
—Waimers Rust Proof Corsets
Sold by N. Larson and Son,
T.F. Brayxon pg
IOWA STATE FAIR
and EXPOSITION
DES MOINES, IOWA
AUG. 23-SEPT. 1, 1916
Joe Shaw is doing considerable
AiUito Livery work now a days.
'Mr. Bert Jefferies and family of
Bocolicmitss, a son in-law of Mr. and
Mrs. Newell Jobies spent several
days here this week and last.
Lnisten all. Ice cream and cake
served in park Saturday from 5:00
P. M. urntul Everybody get a
disli .t,5,
& 1
-k
'Ben Sykes was employed at the
Kearney 'Soda Foujutaim Sunday af
teTnoo.:!'.
and Mrs. Johtn. Neilsen and
fiamtly aind Miss Amna Glude auto
ed to Elk Horn Friday evening to
attieiiid 'the Ohuuttauqua.
NOTICE TO CUT WEEDS
All persons owning oir occupying
land® or lots within the city o£ Ex
ira, are notified to out all weeds on
the premises or streets and alleys
adjacent before August 1st. If you
fail to do so, the same will be done
and the cost thereof will be taxed tc
the property. C. O. Hunt,
Mayor.
1—W(e sell Eephyr Flour. Try a
sacjk. Its fully warranted.
T.F. N. Larson amd Son-, /.
Brayton
•Ohir.'s Nei'se®, of New Jersej', arriv
ed her© Sunday and will be employ
ed in the Eocira Creaimetry in the fu^
•tur.e^rV^
Horace Baa'tlett of Drayton and
Mrs. Ernest Cotition of Florida au
tosd to Exira .Sunday ©veiniDig and
visited the Edwin Delaihoyde home.
J. I. HensJigy s.hSppe'd ten loads of
hioigs la&t Saturday.
•THEY DO COME BACK FOR IT"
—0—
If "they do come back for it" as
is claimed they do, no Dealer can
afford not to have Hanford's Bal
sam of Myrrh constantly in stock.
It should be remembered that wihen
a customer is unable to get a well
known, old established prepara
tion that he wants, he often
switches .his trade to the store
that can supply his demands. Full
information regarding this prepara
tion, which is stocked by all lead
ing Jobbers, will be cheerfully sup
pildied by the G. C. Htaniord Mfg. Oo.
George Gill Jr. ife working on th(e
L»ora Peppers farm during .jlhe rest
of ttoe eiynmen
'A! bunch of young mem of Exira
autoed to Audubon Sunday evening
in. the Harry Paige oar on a pleas
ure trip.
MT.
and 'M/rs. Jim Platersan resid­
ing in tJhe souitlb pant
of
town, be»-
oamie tih'e hapipy parents of a bounc
ing baby girl last Friday etveminig.
Hlans Hansen Jr. Miabel Hjamsem,
Charles Bisom and Aimieliia Amdetrsen
of Bray too autoeid to Lake View
Sunday asd ape«t the day at the
u.
Ladies' Princess Slips
$2.25 value on sale at
1.50 value on sale at
Mercerized Table Linen
all white, white with blue border,
white with gold border at
50c 60c 65c per yard
Mfli
-i.
Hhie Yeoman Ledge will h'old an
Ice Cream Sociable in tlie park Sat
urday evening,. Ice Grieam and cake,
ten ceoits. Everybody come.
•Mrs. Oliriis Petetrsiero is suffering
thierae daij-s with blo^od poiisoa iia) olne
of bier fingers.
Mt.
$1.69
1.00 value on sale at 80
Ladies Auto Caps-
$1.00 value this sale at
1.25
Vs
-50 value this sale at
Special assortment of Ladies Silk
Gloves Tan, Black and White
regular $1 and $1.50 sellers
now for
Children's Dresses
50c values on sale at..
25c values on sale at
78
38
79c
... ... .39
EXTRA SPECIAL
One big lot of Boys Wash Suits
while they last at
1-2 Price
.19
&
-fi.
Hans Harse Sr. aind family, Mirs.
P. Ai MiKer spent Sunday at the
homes of the focrmer's brotluer amd
Lo'uiie Beck.
and Mire. Fred Liarsein and
dauigihiter Ida May, of Omaha, auitoed
to Exira Sunday to spemid the wieeik
witih' tiheir frdenids the P. M. Gbirta
teinisem, and J, K. Viande Brake fam
iildee I I $
•Mire. AtwOjOid and son Lloyd oapie
over from, Aniita, Sunday and visit
ed witih. her granddaughter,
Boy Dryden amd famiily.
Mtb.
Bert acid O/rvie Beers, and Wait
er M'inerman attended the 'Auto
ra,ceis in, Ojnahia, Saturday.
1
tK.
Mrs. Miatit TbieHen h'ad a a&w wind
mill erected on liter famm last Fri
day, taiktrig tihe plaoe of the one
blown down Thursday during the
g&verewdnd and hail storm. S
'Mira. James Neleain and Mrs. Ray
Faust of Aiudubon were dowm Thiui-^r
day visiting the former's parentis,
Mr. aod Mm Famat in West ]£xira.
HIS time of the year we find that we are overstocked on some articles in the
Dry Goods Department, so we are going to have a big quick clean up sale before
the fall goods arrive. This is just the time of year to buy this light
weight goods for you can use it along time before cold weather
Sale Starts Saturday July 15, & Lasts Until Aug. 1
Ladies Light Percale and Gingham
Dresses ranging in price from
$2.25 to $3.59 on sale for
$1.79
1.25 & 1.50 dresses for
98
1.00 dresses for .69
Ladies Muslin Skirts
$2,00 values on sale at.....!.. $1.48
1.50 values on sale at
1.29
1.25 values on sale at
.98
1.00 values on sale at.
.75 values on sale at
.50 values on sale at 39
Muslin and Crepe Gowns—
81.50 values now...
1.25 values now
Middy Blouses—
S6?
££$% a
V!: 50c 75c $1.00
Frank Ko mimes htae purchased th'e
ldititle dog owned by Frank Spoo and
wihiicih has been, .running around thte
ne®tp,uiranti.
W.
Sw6~ vcVJj
John Baylor and family' of near
Aniita, Johin Littlrerfie)lid and family
wiare Sunday visitors at the Mrs.
Will Baylor home Sunday.
Avc©^ crossed baits wiiitih! the Bwy
iton team Suinday at Brayton, the
score turning out 4-3 in favor of
Avoca at the tenth inniing.
Clear Skin Come From Within!
It is foolish to think you can
gain a good clear complexion by
the use of face powder. Get at
the root of the trouble and thor
oughly cleanse the system with a
treatment of Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Gentle and mild in action, do
not gripe, yet they relieve the
liver by their action on the bow
els. Good for young, adults and
aged. Go after a clear complexion
to-day. 25c. at your arwggiat.
EXTRA SPECIAL—
One lot summer washc goods at
•M
1-2 Price
p.
It
Try Petersen's First
*79
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mti,
yt-t
pp^r
& Cy "5:-V¥'
Franik Linden, of Gu-iswold, arri,v
ed here last wieiek for a visit with
Ws friend, Jake Lausten. On Friday
he went to Aitlanitic o® business. He
w)iM be enployed ini A'tlanMc.
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Day Phone 10
Night Phone 56
Nt! 4^4*1
Miss Edith Broiwln went to Des
•Moinee, Frtdiay, to visit a couple of
days wiith reliaftivas amd friends.
Rosa Wilson is aseisting Mrs.
Mardes^ini with her w,ork duriing thle
sickness of her children*.
Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Jaoobsen emteir
tained relatives of Des Moinee Sumt
day.
ON VACATION IN NEBRASKA—
Miss Mary Williams one of the
faitih'ful clerks at the Cotton, store
started for thie home of her sister
who lives In Nebraska where she
will spend her vacation.
W
Wlhile rounding the corners (wear
the d'ejpot last Siatunday night twlo
Oars, each, froan Elk Horn crashed
into each other. One of the oars wa
badly battered up, wlhile the other
Mas not so badly defaced but oiie of
the occupants, a llady, was quite ser
4oa#ly Injured. •, I
Silk'
lAud'uibomi Qo. Joi.ii'imiail, Juity 20, 19'L6.
jgff
One lot of summef wJlfc^,^00^8
25% Discount
Ladies and Childrens Parasois
$2.25 regular on sale for $1.65
1.00 regular on sale for 79
.50 regular on sale for
39
50c Childrens Straw Hats
on sale at .38
Boys Wash Suits-
58
$1.00 value now
.75 value now
.50 value now
$1.29
1.00 values now 79
.75 values, now 58
.50 values now 40
98
Ladies Corset Covers-
50 valuer on sale at
.39 values on sale at
.25 values
on
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Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer
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.. .79
.. .58
.39
.. .38
.. .21
sale at ....
.. .19
Ladies', Men's, Misses', Boys' and
Children's OXFORDS at
20% Discount
Special shipment of Ladies leather
hand bags,
50c to $3.00
Phone
.27
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WM. F. HOPLEY
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Exira, Iowa
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CENTRAL' AGAIN OCCUPIED
Miss Iva Jayne Wilno has been ©nj
joying a vacation from her duties
at tlhe Oetntinal Office (returned to
her work again Saturday last xnuoh
batter for the rest.^^'
Anna Vcss returned from hea-i vis
it in the country, not feeling well'.
Anna Hansemiis in Atlantic work
ing in the Oan.tral Office.
COMMON SEN8E.
It seems to be a more impor
tant factor in the sum of do
mestic happiness that a man
and his wife agree on what
they can afford rather than that
they agree on the best poetry.

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