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Vejje iidand about ne fifrst [Ibfgan er and I tod an ork. fecqm Com- ay^per- yr —HISS jfewsfrk, adverb Igetsble tin Miss It to (he ler^g a [ajesult nation aue and tojpon by tak phamber- bletsi are effect, aacy. alat- at- "Do rhat yo "No of PROBATE OF WILL ©The INOTHER Ittle Matte i, of Model Calll The parent htldren acq| atetbod" ha-" his letter, "I write rs can help, lading some] rill tell mej rder In wt Iris, aged tunes of pdation for the alleged ittributed to our Com of the Federal Trade ^I want to say emphatic tcponipany is not a party to defraud the Govern •wift & Company been ly storing foods or of es or reports. ackgamtnaFof packers, where prices hUflkussed, have been held at luest and in the presence tives of either the Food or the Council of National yet the packers have been nitting a felony by acting Government bids loqp our best, with other arid small, to comply with of the United States Food toall particulars, including I oifood supplies for the U. S. ivy and the Allies, now be lipugh the Food Adminis-. itinue to do our utmost,un it direction, to increase our id Assist the Food Adrtiinis nsider that the opportunity sole-heartedly and to our rith this branch of the plain and most press- itniuion Attorney has, and misplaced empha nnected portions of the taken from our private the Record, a false and ig with the plain purpose monistic public opinion. of the packer* of the ^are most urgently needed, igly that we should at fe to spend our efforts in lives against unfounded, unfair assertions such as made public. ,, cereal I quire pompany,U.S. A. for District Court in and Audubon County State of Iowa Audubon County To All Whom It May Con cern: •8S Whereas, On the 8th day of March A. D., 1918, a paper purporting to be the last will and testament of Samuel J. Crane late of said County, deceased, was filed in my office, and was by *me opened and read, and the 23rd day of April, 1918, appointed and. fixed as the time when same will come before the Court at April term thereof then to be held, for final proof and pro bate. as the duly executed last Will and Testament of the said Samuel J. Crane, de ceased, at which time all per sons interested may appear and show cause why the same should not be admitted to probate. Dated this 8th day of March, 1918. d28 .. JOHN HORNING, Clerk Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Nissen and SOD,of near Bayard, came over to Exira last Sunday, spending the day with her parents, Alfred Miller and wife, just south of town. 1 11 AUDUBON COUNTY JOURNAL LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The Ladies1 Aid Society of the Congregatienal Church, will hold a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Doll Spoo tomorrow afternoon, Friday. Let the members be present. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Jensen, who has been residing in the Jens Petersen residence in West Exira, just across from the Miller store, moved the past week to the George Lef fingwell property in West Exira. Carlie Tibben, son of Will Tibben and wife of Audubon Township, was another vic tim of the grippe the past several days which resulted in a gathering in his head. John Andersen and family drove to Atlantic in their car Sunday. They visited until that evening with relatives at the N. P. Christensen home. P. B. Gregg, of Harlan, who is to occupy the J. W. Jen sen farm in Greeley Town ship the coming year, went to Harlan Monday to get his belongings, preparatory to moving. His family is now residing on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson entertained, her brother, H. Westphalen and wife last Sunday at their£home on North street. Mr. Fairell, Wire Chief at Audubon, is a very sick man at his home in that city with erysipelas and Mr. Weird, of Exira Telephone Exchange is acting as substitute. He is putting in from twelve to fifteen hours each day ful filling his duties. Dave Christensen came up from Atlantic last Sunday to visit his brother, C. C. Chris tensen and family. He, form erly assisted his brother in his Ford Garage in this city meeting many friends. EXIRA AMAZED BY 1 Ml The Pneumonia Season. The cold, damp weather of March seems to be the most favorable for the pneumonia germ. Now is the time to be careful. Pneumonia often results from a cold. The quicker a cold is gotten rid of the less the dan ger. As soon as the first indication of a cold appears take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. As to the value of this perparation, ask anyone who has used it For sale by Kearney's Pharmacy. A Fight for Life gL It has been tight or dfe for many of us in the past and the hicky people are those who have suffered, but who are gjfll now well because they heeded nature's warning signal in time to correct their ill trouble with that wonderful new dis covery of Dr. Pierce's, called "An-u-ric." You .should promptly heed these warn ings. some of which are dizzy spells, backache, irregularity of the urine or the |0| painful twinges of rheumatism, sciatica or lumbago. To delay may make possible the dangerous forms of kidney disease, such as Bright's disease, diabetes or stone in the bladder. Ilpj I To overcome these distressing condi l|f| I tions take plenty of exercise in the fi$t§ °Pen air- (that k* avoid a heavy meat diet, drink j,0* freely of water and at each meal, take l,octor Pierce's Anur.ic Tablets (double Sp strength). You will, in a short time, find you are one of the firm indorsers of .ji* Anuric, as are thousands of neighbors. $ COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.—"During the $ I Civil war I was run over by a piece of 'si" heavy artillery. I was injured quite badly. I seemed to get well of my injury but it left me with kidney trouble which I has bothered me ever since. My kidneys become so congested at times that I go for a whole day without excretion. My back will ache aud my bladder will pain me severely and 1 am miserable until this condition passes away. I have taken many, kidney medicines but just, recently 1 began taking Anuric and it has been j_ust line. 1 only have to take a few 5 doses when all my trouble passes away. An-u-ric is the best kidney medicine I have ever used. Those who suffer with backache or kidney trouble of any sort will fi 1 Anuric good if they will give it 3 a- fair trial. "I have also taken Dr. Pierce's Golden 'i Medical Discovery and found 'it, equally as good, and just as represented."—A. JUDD, I 1605 nigh Street. Step into the drug store and ask for Anuric. or send l)r. V. M. l'ierce, liufTalo. N. Y.. 10e. fm trial pkg. Anuric—many times more potent than iitliiiv, eliminates ... uric acid as liul water..welts sii^ar. IT l« The quick action of puire Lavoptik eye wash is startling- A scboolboor bad eye qtrain so badly be could not read. A week's use of Lavoptik surprised his teacher so much she used it tor her old mother- ONE WASfH. showed benefit^ A small bottle is guaranteed to benefit B5VERY CASE weak, strained or ia tl&med. eyes- "Phie QUICK result is astonishing. Aluiminrnm eye cup free- The Kearney- Pfoainnacy "4 mfflmm Mmsmm aH/i Mrs. Alvin Holms fell one day last week at her store in West Exira and threw her shoulder blade out of place She has been unable to ful fill her her duties but is re covering rapidly at the pres ent writing. 4*sism Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hansen, of the Hansen Drug Store, autoed tfo Audubon Sunday! afternoon, spending a fewj hours with relatives and, friends. Peter Haesenfeldt enter tained a few of his friends in his rooms over the E. D. Cot ton store last Sunday even ing. Those present were: Roy Po"wers and wife Kirk Knox and wife Mrs. Susan Spoo and Mrs. Frank Spoo. Mrs. 'Alfred Baker will leave this Week for Camp Pike, Arkansas, where she will visit her husband who is a private in that camp.' J. W. Jensen and son, Harv ey started their new Moline tractor the first of the week plowing sod on their farm. It is certainly a great help as® Are You Proud of Your Shirt? 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