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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, February 27, 1919, Image 4

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Miss Clara Tibben visited be
tween trains in Atlantic, Monday.
Terna Croy»clerked in the Petersen
store during her absence, vi
.• Fred Arnold returned to Des
Moines, Saturday, after a visit here
•with his father.
Mrs. T. O. Hester visited in At
lantic, Monday morning, between
Mrs. Clara Herrick left'Saturday
to take care of her daughter, Mrs.
Ed Bengaard and husband, wfro
ar6" both sick with the: Flu.
Miss Elva Wahlert, who is em
ployed near Gray, visited over
Sunday with her parents, near
Rev. J^Iatson and wife, have
care of a sick baby this week.
Exira Coal and Feed Co.
Saw Filing Done on Short Notice
Coal, Hay, Feed, Sajt,
^Exchange Flour For Wheat.
Exira, Iowa
The Kearney Pharmacy
The Leading Drug Store
All kinds of Drugs and Toilet
Articles and Commodities
Prescriptions A Specialty /•.
Give Us A Call
T^TEARLY, five thousand of our Taoys in
i.^1 khaki and blue are coming back to
work. We shall of course make a
place in our organization for every one of
them, but we wish to do it without throw.
ing out of employment the men who took
their places and have'worked faithfully fop'
us ever since. This is .not going to be so
easy for us as "for some1 others, because the
Government designated ours as an essential
industry during the war,' and we actually
increased the efficiency of our organization
after our boys left to join the.ranks: ''J*
If you will take delivery of
99 99 99 99 99
Mr. Bay Harrjs of Missouri Val
ley visited over Sunday with his
796 Hog houses in four years to
the best bunch of hog raisers in the
State" of Iowa.. Does it suggest
anything to you?~adv.
Take a few doses of Cham
berlain's Tablets as directed
for indigestion and yon will
soon forget about your stom
ach troubles. Try it. For sale
at Kearney's Pharmacy.-
Day Phone 10
Night Plione 179
Farmers. Please Note
5% Early-Delivery Discount
On Mogul and Titan Tractors
Our Early-Delivery
For delivery during week of
To those who will accept delivery of a Mogul or Titan 10-20 on
or before J&areh 8th we will give an Early Delivery Discount of
5% from the price of the tractor. (This amounts to $61.25 in
the case of the Titan 10-20 and $56.25 on the Mogul 10-20.)
After March 8th the following discounts will be given:
March 10 to March 15 incl.
17 22
9 9
By taking advantage of this Early-Delivery
Discount you will not only be helping your
self but will enable' us more easily to put
back to work our army of returning boys
without breaking our present organisation.
You will find that you need a few weeks to
get acquainted with your new tractor. The
man who has his tractor early can become
familiar with it, so that when the first day
relatives, Henry and Lena Bush,.! last Tuesday evening,
returning home Monday.
Mrs. Robert Hoffman
Friday for Wyoming, whfere
was calle"d by the illness of her
daughter. She will probably re
main there for an indefinite length
of time.
Mr. Laurids Spirup, brother of
George Spirup of this city, depart
ed last week for the eastern part of
Wyoming, where he will reside on
his claim. We wish him success in
his new home.
We can, "however, give steady, work both to'
our present help and to the ^turning sol
diers and sailors, if we can bring about an
immediate increase in traetor production.
In order to do this We must move forward
to thtt-farm some thousands of tractors that
are ordered for delivery at various dates up
to May 1st, and we shall alstf have-to ship a
large number of tractors that farmers intend
ed to order -later this -year, but(could just
as well take now. To those farmers-who
i,re so situated as to be able to take-advan-.
tage/jf it we make the foHpwp^roposition:
Mogul or Titan tractor now
will reward your co-operatien as follows:
v.» 24 »»"T' 29
31 April 5
This discount will go a long ways toward paying the fuel bills
of your tractor during this season.*
International Harvester Company of America
Chicago U.S. A.
In this county these tractors are sold oy
Kimballton Hdw. & Imp Co., Kimballto
Miss Helen Gault was initiated
into the Pythian Sisterhood Lodge,
Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director
Missionary meeting was held
departed Tuesday evening at the home of
she Mrs. A. E. Burrews in the heights.
A good meeting'was held.
The young people of this comr
munity enjoyed a dance, last Fri
day evening at the home- of Mr.
.and' Mrs. Geprge Wieland, south
•of town.
See Kommes Brothers and trade
your Liberty Bonds for wagons
buggies and all kinds of Implements.
Herrick Fulton the oldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fulton, was
quite sick the fore part of this week
with stcupach trouble.-
Mrs. Lewis is here from Walnut
this week','- helping care for- her
mother, Mrs. M. C. Gill who i^
still in a very serious condition.
Mrs. Willie Johnson, who resides
north of town is a very sick lady at
this writing. The friends wish her
a speedy recovery.
Exifa, Iowa
•j' •'_
of good plowing weather dawns, he will be
able to get in the field without a moment's
lost tjme._ That in itself is a very good'
reason for taking early delivery,
Goto your dealer and tell him that you
will accept immediate delivery of your
Mogul or Titan 10-20 horsepower tractor,
so he can make up his carload shipments
without delay.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herrick are
both..quite sick with the Flu, at
their home in the country.
Herman Barnholflt is quite sick
with aQ^attack of .the Flu,_ this
A pair of twin girls were born to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker, who
reside east of town, Wednesday,
February 19th. Grandpa Henry
Baker is all smiles now as these
babies are the only, grand-children
he has the honor of owning. We
extend congratulations.
•The Woodland Singers, a Male
Quartette, gave a splendid enter
taiiftnent at the High School Audi
torium, T&st Thursday evening to a
good-sized crowd. They-were all
excellent musicians and" rendered
their parts well. This was the next
to t"he last number of the Lecture
Course jFor this year.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Fulton and
family are moving this week-to the
farm, south of town, belonging to
her father, Boy Herrick, and they
will reside there- the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs.' Herrick and two
sons, Julius and Franl:, v.ill reside
in the Fulton residence:in Kicka
poo Park so the boy/i may finish
the school year.
John Rute and Tom Murpliy, left
Monday with the former's car of
household goods, which he is ship
ping to his new home near Milford.
Mr. Rute and family will be missed
by their/many friends around Exira
The M. E. Ladies "Aid Society
served a-Washington Birthday Sup
per in the league room of their
church, Friday last,, and realized
the neat sum of $25. After the
supper, the younger people gave a
fine little program, which was en
joyed by all. **1
Mr. Elmer Davis, who recently
purchased the house in the south
part of town belonging to Will
Kojrimes, is having the residence
remodeled and many improvements
made on the place. He and his
family will move in as soon as the
residence is~eompleted. ••riT:
gladly give you further ^itails ol/l I
S a Tire Repairing and W
Recbarsing aodRebuilding
Phone 378 ^y B. P. Dryden, Prop.
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folowed b^
which €11
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ly valuab|
tie boy Jc
cold and
for days,
of cough
ing did If
gave 1:
Congh I|
his cougll
fore he ll
one bottlf
think it
ren. Soi
Mr. anc
Sunday fo I
Miss Be
Des Moii
visit, a cor
in Exirtv.
this sum
a Ladies
ish her &
Miss Ai I
the posil if
Cotton fct
vacant by
Kelsey is
the positi
Mr. El.
Lodge at,*
and a me
zation at
Dr. an*.
Monday y
went to
ebrate b, j:
day. The
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Come in and 1
etiiia deginoi^trate
.pf"thiB wonderful
installing the first B^tre$ider icc
we have been uaiug HliejaBt thrj.
Expert Workmanship.
You may not n» ed anew Battery]
do buy the PllfLADELPAIA L.
Battery—the best for your car. Gi^l
One-half Block East Rock Isls.
^"Established Februaiu^
Incorporated OotobiP&
Contiouous, Cons:"
and Successful
We Invite Your Patronage and Elxt^ gelling
'Sfri- )cOUntr
Chan. Tan GVrder, PreMctoAWLE
Edwin Delahoyde, Vice
J- Lea,he, Cashier\j,\
,J. K. Vande Brakewox
•v:i .vr-^ E* Leake, As)iQt
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