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I v' iAudubon Co^. Journal, Oct. 26, 1916* pi r-'f *V iifitfK /•i ^r* W$m" ASK do so many people take Chiropractic adjustments and get well, after all other methods have failed? K- 7vA* 1, f-x, p**! your Chiropractor he will explain. Over Palace Thea ter, Exira. Coming! Palace Theater Monday Oct 30 in two parts intitled "Mammon and, MjoMeh! FLORENCE HOSE. FASHION REEI Showing tlie latest in fashions. The fashions that took New York by stoinrl and HEINE IAN1) LOUIE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. An extra good Mutual program. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, THE WARNING Featuring Henry Kolker and (Christine Mayo,. The woman who smiles. SATURDAY,, NOVEMBER WHO'S GUILTY? LONESOME LUKE COMEDY. 4,. In two parts and Don't forget 4 nights per week andi a\ll sh|Otws start ait 7:15 sharp. rwrawion INSURANCE Theo Patty, Phone 67, Exira, la. Only first class Companies Represented Dr. L'. J. Oldaker DENTIST Over P. M. Christensen store PHONES: Residence 89 Office 39 Farm Loans Lowest rates. Complete set of Abstract of Title to all lands and town lots in Audu bon County. CHARLES BAGLEY PHYSICIANS UK,. JOHN MMjET, Physician Surgeon Office Phone 93. Qoro«r Dror Houee Phone 07 Office first door est! ol Exira, low* Store, upstair* For Greeley Farmers Mutu al Fire and Lightning Insurance'see Fred Wahlert Sr. Exira, Iowa, Wm. L. Clark, Hamlin, Iowa. M. J. Mas tenon, Audubon. Have other agents lit Audubon, Guthrie and Adair Bounties. Also Wind and Tornado bwuranoe Written. SHOE REPAIRING II you want a neat and pretty lob of refpaiiring done on your shoes take them to Gerald Henale In J. W. Ailsup's Harness shop. ISMS if UsrsiC HEALTHY BOARS It -_ STORE BUILDING FOB RENT Bui'ldimg now occupied by Neds! Hansen Drug Store 'will be for rent! •iter Oct. let, 1916: Inquire of Ham«en at the Garage, or Hans Hansen at tihe First National Bank, or Alfred Miller. —LETT NEBE'S REPAIR YOUR I 6SOBB —I have a fine lot of spring and fall Duroc Boars for sale. Also Rhode Island Red Rose Comb Roost ens. Call or Phone 10E21 Anthony Kommee Nov. 2 1 Extra, I»wa local jfterns —SHOES THAT FIT AT NEBE'S ATLANTIC. I Mr. and Mrs. James Huyck are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Sunday morning. This makesj two children for Mr. and Mrs. Huyck, the oldest being a boy. John Riley returned the latter part of last week from a business trip in Dakota. 1 I In a Matrimonial mix up. Adds under this head will run till ordered out. FOR SALE Ten or twelve Full blooded. Whiite Wyandott Cockrels. Gett your or der in before December 1st. M. O. Kingsbury, Audubon, Iowa d9 FOR SALE (A feiwi choice big tyipe pPoland China Boatra 'Pedigreed stock. 2 Iwjks1 idl iW. E Pepiper® FOR SALE jAn extra large he!a!ting stove to burn soft coial or wood, first class condition and will be sold at a foiargiata. Enquire at this office It BIG TYPE POM I "have choice fall boars and young bulls for calie. Registered. Also one herd boar, a straight breid MOUTV hog. •Nick, M&rtes, 6wlk.pd. Exira, Iowa LAND BARGAINS Improved 80 near Exira $1000.00 March 1, 1917, Price $137.60 160 acres good buildings and good land, 2500, March 1st Price $137 .50 240 acres, extra good now large buildings and good land, on easy terms. Price $135 Joint H. Rendleman NOTICE The Greeley Center Ladies Aid •Society will serve an Oyster sup per on night o£ election. LOST Lost near or in Audubon, a black leather handbag, containing a silver watch engraved E. R. K. in back besides other things bearing owners iname. Finder please leave at Jour nal office. LOST Chester (White Hog, weight a bout 2.50 pounds Motify. 2 wk,s. P. J. Kouxwaes, 4 yiff'V I The many friends of Dr. J. C. New 1 on will be glad to know' that he has greatly improved from his recent: severe illnese, and is again! able to bte on our streets. I The Revival' Meetings were start ed Sunday morning at the M. E Church with Evangelist J. Bever age in change. The meetings will continue for a couple of weeks. Everybody should attend. Mrs. Hans Petersen is improving slowly from an at.aick of inflamma tory rheumatism. We also under stand that her son Henry,, who at present, is in .a hospital in Denver, •Colorado is feeling very well. Wei hope 'he will soon be able to re turn to his home bore much better. Mr. and Mrs. Hi Hill, who have been away several weeks on a sight-seeing tiip and visiting their daughter and o:h er relatives, re turned last Friday to their home near Exira. They visited in (Mon tana and Washington, white away. They report a. fine trip. Misa Leila Kline was a Sunday visitor at the Gilbert Nelson home near Exira. iMiss Lou Knox is entertaining her friend, who was formlerly Miss Lena Abbott of Council Bluffs. She arrived here Saturday. 'Mrs. Cox, daughter Olive, and Mrs. .Tease Williams uutoed to At lantic, one day la»t week. Here's Some Cheap Dirt for You No. 4. C. 80 acres 5 1-2 miles southeast of Macksburg, just across the Madison Co. line, 55 acres in one field of corn. The very best of soil, lays gently rolling, just enough to drain well with no overflow land. Only been broken three years. Was blue grass pasture and good for 60 bushels of corn to the acre for the next 6 years. About 20 acres open timber pasture could be put under plow at small expense. No brush, good 5 room house, new barn, cement cave, plenty of shade and post timber, Sohool house on corner of farm. Price $125 an acre and can be handled with $1500 or less if buyer has some stock and just a little pep. This is a splendid chance to own a good farm at a price that will make money and on terms most anyone can meet. Eighty Acres Near Atlantic No. 1. B. One of the best 80s in Cass Co. 3 1-2 miles north of Atlantic. All plow land, lays fine, has new house, barn, and is a very desir able home. 30 rods to school, on best road in county. Small branch in pasture always has running water. Everything on this place is in No. 1 shape and the price is $185 per acre campare this with 80s costing from $200 to $250 and then buy it quick. Owner will leave $10,000 at 5 per cent for 8 years if wanted. Fine Income Property, Will Take Exira Property in Exchange No. 1. C. One of the best income properties in Atlantic for the price. Three houses with lot 90. by 100, feet only one block from the two main corners in the city. Pavement paid on both streets, and all houses rented. Income $45.00 per month. This will pay better than 8 per cent on the investment and this coraor should double in value in the next 5 years. Price $5,000 Owner will take Exira property in exchange on this at right value or sell with reasonable payment down and give easy terms on balance. Quarter Section Near Hancock Take Smaller Farm In Exchange No. 2. B. 160 acres 4 miles from Hancock, 16 miles from Atlantic, good improvements, extra well fenced, running water on farm besides two good wells. Buildings all newly painted, school 300 feet from house, farm all seeded to timothy, clover and alfalfa. Good neighbor hood, and very desirable home. Price $150 per acre on very easy terms. Owner will con sider a smaller farm in exchange if not too far from good town in corn belt. Are You Looking for Real Estate Have You Anything to Trade} Read Our Bargains. We Have Otbers Call up J. O. Howard, Atlantic 702 Olive St. Phone No. Red 167 While standing in the Drake barber shop,, last Friday, Mr. J. P. Lair 'became dizzy and fell to the floor. In falling he cam© in contact with some article, which cut a dteep giash in his head, requiring several stitches to close the wound. He is unable t'to be in hie office but we hope he .may soon fully recover. F. O Worthing' and wiife, of this city and their son-in-law andi daugh ter, Dr. R. A. Iantz and wife of Exiira, autoed to Newiton, Iowia, Sat urday, where they spent Sunday with their son and brother, C. D. Worthing and family, returning Monday evening. Anii.ia Record, October 19. Miss Mary Williams was unable to be at her post, of duty as book keeper in the Ed Cotton store, the last of lust week on account of sickness. She returned to work M'onday. Mr. and Mrs. -Martin Jensen and son, George, and Mr. and Aire. Os car Jensen aiul two chiidien autoed to 1-iorali, Sunday in the former's car and spent the day with Willis Work man and family. Ed Cotton is having the toy de partment ol his store moved from the east side of his grocery store to the basement, which he will stock up. in the near future with articles usually found in a racket store. It will pay you to call there. Just Right To Start In Life With No. 1. G. Mr. Trader. Look at this farm 6 miles from town in Adair Co. 160 acres of rolling land, all good soil, small improvements new land, pasture fenced hog tight, will ren for $6 an acre. Price $120 an acre. Will take residence property or stock of goods up to $5000. and give easy terms on the balance. No. 1. H. 160 acres 7 miles east of Spalding 3 miles from small station on Macksburg and Creston R. R. Has 5 room house in good repair good barn and other aut buildings, well and windmill, orchard and small fruit, one mille to school in good neighborhood. Nearly all fenc ed hog tight, 40 acres blue grass pasture has never been plowed, all good soil and not rough. Price $125.00 per acre and owner will trade for residence property anywhere in Cass or Audu bon counties. Teams of payment will be made vero easy. This farm will rent for $6.00 cash rent per acre. No. 2. H. Anew 6 room bungalow, on one of the best residence streets in Atlantic, modern except furnace, lot 50 by 140, garage and chick en yard, and plenty of small fruit. Screened sleeping porch, plenty shade and street paved One cf the nicest places in the city for retired farmer. 4 blocks to school. Cannot be built for the price asked which is $3500. No. 1. M. 120 acres 5 miles noath of Macks burg, la., 40 acres of new land with first crop of corn, small imrrovements, church across the road, good road to town. 50 acres cultivated, balance in timber pasture with lots of valuable walnut trees. Rents for half of crop. Price $100. per acre and owner will give most any reasonable terms. Might take small unim proved place in exchange, or 160 acres North Dakota land. No. 2. M. This is the best large tract of farm land in one body in western Iowa, consisting of 880 acres one mile from Nevinville, 6 miles from Orient in Adair county. Only been crop ped 2 years and was formerly a large stock farm all in blue grass. All lays well, very gently rolling, has two sets of improvements, plenty of water and fine orchard. No thin soil no rock or brush. Land all around this selling at from $150 per acre up. This farm can be divided into two 440 acre farms if wanted. Loan runs 12 years at 5 per cent and the price is only $125 per acre. A smaller place clear would be considered in ex change. Get after this, you farmer with a family of boys. It will make you all rich. Mrs. Barton, the wifle of Mr. John Borton of Lincoln center, died in Omaha, last Saturday after noon. Earlier in the day she submitted to an operation but did not rally from the anesthetic. She leaves to mourn her loss a husband and three children. E ALL Halloween Dance at Elkhorn, October 31st. You are invited by the Young Mens Club. LETTER FROM MRS. DeELL. Erik, Nebraska, 10-10-16 Dear Ma: While I am waiting for Arthur to come to breakfast 1 will write to you. You addressed your letter to Rik instead of Erik so I did not get it for a long time. We will finish our liay today if tlve Lord Will. It is getting some cold hers have to begin to think of winter again. I have seven quarts' of to matoes canned and' 1 have itwo boxes of ripe ones now to cook up and we have been eating them right alang. And a lot of them, froze. My I must of had 10 bushel on the vines. My cabbage didi not head only a few. I guess it was too diy. We had a wagon load of citron with the top boot on and Page then piled' uip and a load of squash and we have nice potatoes and will have some beans if we get them, taken care Oif. I was the only one around here that had a garden everyone tells me, and they ask horw I did) it if I* 1 waitered it. 1 tell then* all I did was to hoe. We have watermelons yet The boys oomte to steal them but Mr. DetEll wias on the lookout. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foss and family, who reside in Audubon township, were entertained Saturday and Sunday art. the James Channom home. Mr. and Mrs. James Carlsen a^d daughter Marjorie, autoed up to Audubon, Sunday, and spent a few hours1 -it the Holgar Andersen family. It is with regret that w© learned Qf the serious illness of liittle Clara Malstrum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Malstrom, who formerly lived in Iixira but whoi are now residents of Audubon. For several days last week the little one's 1 it'n was despaired of, but she is ii'Oiw on the road to recovery. The child i» a, cripple but is loved by all who know her on account of her cheerfulness misfortune. despite hen Mrs. Baumiganlner returned Sun day from Dedham, where she enjoy '•ed a short visit wii'h he,r daughter, who ra residing there.