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Headquarters for Chosen by Prominent Men, not because of the Price--they would pay more if better cars could be gotten. DORT CARS "The Quality Goes Clear Through" If you want a small car at a low price that has no fauits, try it and you will buy it. Can be attached to any Ford. Dodge, Maxwell, Buiok, Chevrolet, Overland and others to form a permanent, fully guaranteed one-ton track. Over 11,500 now in use. One made every four minutes That is what will bring SERVICES. Staude Make-a-Tractor Convert your Ford into a powerful guaranteed Staude Mak-a-Tractor. In 20 minutes you can change it back into a Touring Car. Ford Repairs We have over a Thousand Dollars worth in stock. Ford Cylinder Reboring \ye have the machinery Can do the work right or no pay. Supplies We have a complete stock GOODRICH—"Best in the long run" United States, Ajax, Pennsylvania and Mechelin. Storage Batteries We have the famous Willard. Over 85 per cent of electrictally equipped cars use them. Cash Receipts Save your receipts, I will give you $1.00 in merchandise for $-25.00 in cash re ceipts. It means something to you and is a protection to rue. 4 Local Items f" John Miller had a new laid in the kitchen of his d'ence the first of tihe weetk. week I Perry Hei sley Iel't lasti lor Colorado, where he will re-j main for sometime sightseeing, af ter which lie is contemplating a I trip to New Mexico. I Lauren Roach has resigned luis portion, he having been employed for sometime with John iMiller, who is engaged in the placing of lightning reds on buildings. Mr. McCulIa, a resident of Colo rado, commenced working for J. M. Uim'dick Monday morning on his large stock farm. I A Club Dance was \held In tlio K. of P. Hall Thursday evening of last week. A large number were present who enjoyed themselves I immensely. A Public dance wttll be held in the K. olf P. Hall this evening A large crowd is expected to be present. Ferry's Garden Seeids. Peter Hassenfeldt. Andrew Harsen had his. hand severely burned Monday on an oil stove aifl his home, makttng it un able i'.o attend to his work. M®s. Bonnie Razee is assisting wtttta (the Ihouseihold duties at t'he J. I Hensley ihome. She started work Monday morning. Tom Murphy returned to Exira, Sunday, after an extended visit in La Porte, Indiana, with numerous relatives and friends. He will join the carpenter force of George Voss where he will ibe employed" this summer. 1 BACKACHE, LUMBAGO AND RHEUMATIC TROUBLES.' Dear Mr. Editor—I wish to state that I suffered greatly from backache, lum bago and rheumatic troubles. 1 used Autiric," tin' latest discovery of Doctor Pierce for backache and kidney troubles, :ind I can cheerfully recommend the Aiiuric Tablets" to anyone suffering um any of these maladies. Yours truly, J. F. Gahp.I'I:. Leon, Iowa. ..itience* that.' ih(Je°paiifn^ Dr. Pierce, who is director an1 chief I Be® Hensley physician at the. Invalids' Hotel and Surgical institute. Buffalo, N. V.. has been testing this wonderful medicint' for the relief of over-worked and weakened kidneys. The. relief obtained by sufferers lias been so satisfactory that, he deter 'nined to place "Anuric" with thi^ pri:i ipal druggists in town wlusre people. :oiild get this ready-to-use. medicine. Day Phone 10 Night Phone 5t floor resi- Hans Hansen Jr. has taken charge o£ the Livery Barn in Au dubon, which was purchased by Lawrence Hansen of this city. He took charge the latter part of last week. Andrew Hansen has resigned his portion as assistant in caring! foir the '.Stock Farm belonging to J. Dimick, his resignation taking ef-i Who took charge 'Monday, feet Saturday. Ferry's Garden Seeds. Peter Hasseril'eldt. Alfred Miller, wife and son, Louie, autoed to near Guthrie Cen- the week. Mike Harned left lost Saturday for Derby, Iowa, where he wall vis it a week or ten days at the home 11 of his parents, Rev. John Harned land wife. Frank Bates lias charge of the Oil Wagon during his ab sence. Mrs. tFred Baiers is now occupy ing her new modern bungalow in Exira, moving in the first of last week. We extend to them a hearty welcome. J. Vande Drake and family au toed to Brayton, Sunday to vtait a few hours with her parents, B. H. Chris.enissn and wife. Mike Laursen was a viiiitor in Audubon last going up between trains. 1 WM. F. HOPLEY Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer 1 Jake Oberholtz, of near Anita, was in our little city Thursday of last week, attending to many business matters. He has sold his farm near Anita and will make his future home in Anita. business Saturday Will Wa'hlert came up from near Anita, Thursday of last week, to attend to some business matters and whila here visited a few hours with relatives and friends. The Stanley boys, Carl, Clarence ai^d (Jharlie, (have moved onto tlhe Pete Koiumes farm out east of Ex ira. They made the move on Moil day. ter, Sunday, where they spent the form gas. Was always constipated. day visiting at the home of their Nothing helped until 1 tried lmck daughter and sister, Mrs. Jesse thorn bark, glycerine, etc. as mixed Niasen and family. in Adler-i-ka. ONE SPOONFUL as tonLsluid me with it's INSTANT ac iPercy Jones, who has been as-ltion." Because Adler-i-ka flushes sisting John Miller in his work,, re-j the ENTIRE alimentary tract it signed his position the first of relieves ANY CASE constipation, Kay Fauat Is assisting his broth er-in-law, Kirk Knox, with some painting at the Exira Creamery, Mr. Faust came down to Exira on1 Sunday. He was formerly employ-1 ed ia the Booster 'Cafe in Audubon,' INSTANT action .MANY HEKK. Tliis grocer's story surprises local people: "J had bad stomach trou ble. All food seemed to s^ur and sour stomach or gas and prevents appendicitis. It has QUICKEST ac tion of anything we ever sold. The Kearney Pharmacy. sence 0,1 N?tes Clarence Knudseii quit school last Wednesday to go to Lovelanil, Colorado, where he will. take up his school work again aiul make his future home. 1 uric acid in the system an entirely eradi- Lyniam Frederick and liiillian An- the shelf with the rest of its com *d"e^ d6rse" 0f piak eye. 1 •\nuric" is not harmful or poisonous, '•ut aids jiiUiin- in throwing off those poisons within the body which cause so ••inch suffering, pain and Misery. Scien tists assert, tiiis'remedy is 37 times more .yi.ite.nt than lithia. i'\r l)ial)ftes and llright's Disease this remedy is building up a reputation as good as Dr. Pierce's other well-known 1 medicines which have been proven reli able during nearly lifty years, such a Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescn.iaioi' for the ills of women, Doctor I'leive' Pleasant Pellets, the liver regulator, .m I Doctor Pierce's Uoldcu Mcdical Discovi^iy for red blood. IVHii'j|• Janssen was sick the first of last week. Don't fail to hear this program sick the past week, causing her to Friday, March Kith, at auditorium, miss a number of days of school. it is not certain whether Exira' Why not try to keep the liibrary and Atlantic will class in a Basket looking neat and tidy in place of Hall game this Friday or not. They using itt tor a lobby? See lif we were supposed to play but 011 ac-| can't keep the magazines in their coumt of the tournament at C01111-. Proper places and Icoik thru the cil Bluffs it has been postponed. [new Scientific Americans wiitho'ut l^eroy Gore ret mined to the SeV- tearing the sheets all out while enth grade, after a week's ab- dioing so. When you take out a entered the eighth grade paniqiw. ihe cause of a drainage outward of the this week. 1 Cap't Zike in speakinig of his iKVpes -rithin:U»"'lM-ly.hl11 wilf"rS- Emmw fill entered^ the 3rd for our success, ,::lie. iieadacbe. and thi darting pains and grade and Earl Frederick the -lth Upon our future pnospects seemed' xhes of articular or muscular rheuma- (grade, Monday. asm—of those diseases which are caused by too mucli uric acid, such as gout, Two new scholars qntered' A|iss tor the way we beat Kirkmau andi asthma, sciatica, renal calculus. An- McNutt's room Monday. They were uric prolongs life liecausc old people usu ally suffer from hardening and thickening Horace I. arrott and Arthur Ander of the walls of the. arteries, due to the ex- jlSeui cess of uric acid in the blood and tissues. Room four has had tihe attend ance banner for the Llast four months. 1 Room one had four tardy marks last week. The children of room ue will give a program March Kith. Every body cotuie. Mary Hensley and her mother autoed to Atlantic, Tuesday. Sa.v wlhiat'is going on im the Alpha Society? A number of lite Latin students went to Atlantic Tuesday. You, who tiiil'i 't see Exira High trim the crack Adair bunch Satur- Exira, lorn 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 DR. JOHN RILEY, Physician Surgeon Office Phone 53: Houm Phoa. (17 Office first door eeat of •oroer Drug Store, upatelri CXITH, IOWS Dr. LDE S. CLEVELAND but the restaurant was sold recent- CALLS ANSWERED IN TOWN OR ly to Ed Johnson and Will Freeman COUNTRY. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE -AT 1'AIiK HOTEL. PHONE 150. SI ItPJSlSES PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON. For Greeley Farmers Mutu al Fire and Lightning Insurance*see Fred Wahlert Sr. Exira, Iowa, Wm. L. Clark, Hamlin. Iowa. M. J. Mas- AuViubon- We hope that Walter, who goes to Logan this Friday, will bring buck another niedail and the motJbo First Over All" that guies wtwh it. Miss Foster is taking the place of Miss Roggy while the latter is away taking treatments. 'J he Senior Pedagogy class was out to the different schoofls in the country last week inispecn/lng the schools etc. 1 was absent because 4i ISSIltSJf' Have other Wt. la Audubon, Guthrie and Adair Bounties. Alao wind and Tornado insurance Written. day, missed something of your life. They had only been beatem once before and that wais by Stuart. iSprSnfe sureily muist be conning for the past week the iKile siiavero have been playing marbles and all other sorts of stunts. lie Senior Economic program will be postponed untttd Maroii 16th on account of the contest and six weeks exams. Miss Ella Jensen has been very account of sickness. book, see that you put it back on to lay much stress, 1 cleaned up Adair, Js a little more encouraging, do 4 declare. Our boys were sort of dotwn aind out, they didn't have the pep, But they must surely acquire it, to keep up their good rep. And the way they'll go abouit it is a matter hard to tell, I We surely couldn't help them if we'd try another veil ""'I 1 & .0 "If vV *•0 .V- 1 'i 'i" 1 ft 'fl -fej lieip We think it is our duty to the matter siloing, So we render tlieni a word of cheer and oc.caaioinially a song, And combining efforts with victory in view, past and start a We'll erase the record new.