LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss Violette Akers is assisting
at the Williams Cafe.
D. R./J ones has sold his 90-acre
farm adjoining Casey on the north
east to a Mr. Wallace of near Anita
possession to be given March 1,
1920. The consideration is $352.00
per acre, no trade, all straight cash,
the highest cash price, we are in
formed at which any farm has sold
E N I E S A A
The Ford Sedan is higli-olaps in ap
pearance and appointments. Tlie seats'
are restful, and deeply upholstered with
cloth of high quality. Large doors give
convenient entrance on either side plate
glass windows make it a closed car for
inclement weather, and give fresh air
when open. With high quality in ap
pearance and equipped with electric
starter and lights there is simple and
safe control in driving A woman's car
—a family car for e1 eij a ly in the year-
SHALL THE WAR BE
WILL COMBINE A
Oversea? Mi' et
American Ladii ".. '-.t
J. Walter Wilson
J. Lorenzo Zwickey
Concert Just Back from France--A Mus
Party ical Hcadliner.tSSifi.. .•
C0lUfu^13. Ringing Orchestra, Tmlrumental,
v.* nr^*nLi^s*pu!M^ !*p«? jfltyfrtitT" i*?f-Vft-
Mrs. C. C. Christensen and daugh
ter, Eileen left last Thursday for
Indianola, Winterset and Des
Moines, whdre they will visit until
next Sunday with relatives and
Mrs. Joe Gilroy underwent an
operation at her home in this city,
one day last week, and friends are
glad to know she is getting along
nicely. Mrs. Charles Sykes of. Bray
ton is caring for her.
Vocal and Costume Novelties.
Trench Songs and Battle Ex-,
periences' by War Veterans.
Good Ensemble, Good Cos
tumes, Good Solos."
Miracles of the Military Hospital and
Kaiser Bill's Invitation Refused, Great
Speaker, Great Lecturer.
Th% ''Mission o£/..,Mirth"-T-:A Loved
Glories oi Iiawaiin Mountains and Her Tropi
Musical Mirth-Maker, Bass Soloist.
Costumed Characters, Reader.
Reader of Plays, Player on Your Heart
Ask Frank H. Dimick, The Local Manager, About
Season TICKETS and Save Money
Junior Chautauqua Each Day
"To increase the Efficiency of
Labor, to increase Production so
that prices may be lowered.—U. S.
Dept. of Labor, W. B. Wilson, Sec.
Business, from ditch digging to
banking, needs building as a stim
ulus at this time. Building invest
ments, if made with reasonable
prudence, are enhanced in value
with the increase of population. A
universal building program means
more to the U. S. right now than
at any time in its history. It means
individual efficiency for labor it
means increased production in all
correlated industries it means in-
Dated this 14th day of July* UU'.).
niii ro\t)i iio.\ ur
Braytoa Savings Baci
mide' the lawn of .Xo i,
at ifrraj'tur. v.-iiintv'• ol Anduborw
tho tio.-e xif biAiut'Wtf on tin? rjf
June Lttlf, to ^tipcriisfeiidcnt
AUDUBON COUNTY JOURNALS
J. Bruner we shall give the account expenses....
of Felix Guidinger. who was killed I
in Germany February loth, next. "emand deposits
Between Bmyton and Exira Sun-'
er please leave at Journal Office or
at Cardio Hotel, Atlantic.-pd.
C. E. ADAMS
Notice of Probate'of Will
District Court in and for Audu
State of Iowa, Audubon County, ss.
TO ALL. WHOM IT MAY
WHEREAS, on the 14th day Of
July A. D., I'.UD, fi. paper purport-i
ing to be the last ill and Testa
ment of Nels L. Nelson, late of said
County, deceased, was filed in my
office^ and was by me opened and
read, and the 18th day of August,
19ly appointed and fixed
lime when thtr'same will come be
'.^e Clerk of the District Court
for final" proof and probate, as the
duly executed last Will and Testa
ment of the said Nels L. Nelsen de-!
ceased,-at .which time all persons
interested may appear and show
cause why the same should not bp
admitted to probate. 1
ints $110, -/(l
bonds, Lib" tv.. 00
U. f. "». IntlcbKdiless
lirlft btftmec iipvtiany owned. lt»C'i Ou
B»iP:.:r.z house, turmturc anil (ih-
C.I .... .i 4.200 oo
Due »r»m ti.'.nlis aiid h»uker#.i„-.. 14,7.M 4ft
otul uold, S! vei ':,al
tender, (irul's, cln.u"»»,
tt«. 'arciei:i out •, -V1'!b J7
Overdraft tf •Js'a.v.. -io5
'-i Tot .11 rMource» SL'ii.l-i
Amourj't of copJtal stock $12000 fK:
Sur[iJi)rt Uiinl .0
Otlifi prcjtil^ ,ift-r der
Anuumf of deposits sub- _.
j%ct loclieclv I»7,i!l1 h3
A io.in1 of demand de
uuh-.t^ 1.4fS.!0 ,1
Amnunt ot tune depos
I ii .. .)2,'jno 37
I Amount sjvin^t, depos
Total deposits Il!n2.i0
Miss Flora Rendleman and Mrs.
Christensen-gave a picnic, one eve
ning last week for their Sunday
School classes. The little folks all
report a good time. &
creased material demands until hoars and a few springs. Pedigrees
production reaches the quantity: furnished. tf
production level necessary for re-1 js* J. Coglon, Exira, Iowa
ducing unit costs eventually it!
means lower prices. This country
is the soundest, healthiest, wealt In
est in the world. If you need a
home or a building do not hesitate
a day longer in going to work on it.,
Prices will not be lower until I
production is increased costs will
not go down until quantity produc
tion permits us to avail ourselves of
the economy ot the maximum effi- overdrafts .•
cieney of labor and machinery. To
increase labor efficiency, to increase
production, to lower prices-BUIL$
Deposits due to hanks and bankers
individual .deposits.subject to check
Time certificates ol
Time certificates of deposits
Dills povi Vile othet-than Federal
I Reser* i5ank,_. lO.Otmw
Iot.il lialidities JFlSt.tijJ ^0
St.iteot Town, Audubon CoLWity, 'i
W'c, Nii'l- lloei: t*»ilcnt
O Ide, Vlee-Prtsldent
I. Milltii, Cn-uier ,'Vi*
of bunlc. aliove namt'd ilo ^oUmihiI.v
t-Kf 4 V*'
that the foreKOUJi statement: its full,
true and '.correct, to the bettofoui knowl
edge and belief, and that tlie ubnets tUc-ie
set fortli ur^ Ijoriu fide piopcrt\ of
said liimk in its corporafo capacity, himJ
that no jmrt of the Piime l.a» Ijeon ioarn
or advanced to said bank for the purpose
of beiriK •e:vliiliitel an portion ot its
:ATiels P. Hoejzb, President
O. Ide, Vice President
1,. K. Miller Cashier
Sworn to before nie and subscribed
mv presence liy»iels P. HoeK'', O. P, Ue
and L. I-'. Miller this 10th day of July 1'Jl'J.
\otarv Public in arid for Cass County, la,
Jessie Nymand, W. R. Koob,
Mrs. C. W. Thompson and daugh
ter of Syracuse, New York, arrived
here Monday £tt the home of the
former's brother, J. M. Dimick and
family and will make a several
week's visit with numerous rela
New Charter Oak wagon for sale
cheap. Inquire at Ford Garage.
3 Short Horn bvill calves, coming
1 a 3 a
OF THE CONDITION OF
organized under the 1 of Iowa, located at
Exira, in the County of Audubon, at tlie close
of business on the 30th dav 01 June. Jfllfl:
I Loans and discounts..
United States Bonds
United States Certificates of In
Bunking house ..
Furniture and Fixtures J'-l
Due from banks and bankers
Total tfold, silver, legal tender, •!,
drafts, checks, etc. carried out___
Revenue Stamps 1
By the kindness of Grandma' A. cnpiVi stock. -—$5o,oaooo
I undivided profits, .after deducting
on demand 5,051 12
I individual deoosits subject to check 270.S78 24
Total $522,51:3 S6
State of !owp„ Audub 'n Countv, SS
We, Edwin.Oeljhoyde. V. President and M. E.
Assistant Cas,lier of the
rlnr a rliPflr nnnf Finrl statement Is full, true and correct, to the best of
ClHj cl uldCK CI10CK COau. 11110.-
named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing
knowledge and belipf, tbat the assets there
in set forth are bona fide property of «-aid bank
in Its corporate capacity, and that no part of
the same has-been loaned or advanced to said
bank for the purpose ot being'exhibited as a por
tion of Its assets*
Edwin Delahovde, Vice-President
M. E. Lea/rc, Assistant Cashier
Sworn 1o before me ii'id subscribed in my
presence by Bdwin Delah^yde and ME Leake
this 12thday of Julv, llUJi.
Lillian V. Dver,
Notary Public in and for Audubon County
J. K. VandeBrake, A. J. Leake. Directors
The Clothes we Clean
Press and Repair Re
present Painstaking II
Not a_suit, skirt or o\vel'- jj
coat leaves tins place without
our knowing that it is 0. K.
X)ur woAc must be so well
clone th"at it willN please the
That's Work Weil Done
May we do it for you?
Made-to-Measunv Clotlles for
Men and Young Men
Kodern Fry Ocaners
Steam PrcssiiiK Phone 148
Frconiont, O,—"I passnu.^
period of life, ueing forty-six jeai'o 01 ago and had all
the s-ivi:i1.Qtus incidunt to that
aervousm ss, and was in a general run Ros»n,co.:(i
BO it was liard i»v.- ir/vto do my wprTc, Lytila
hdm'e Veg 'i ipound wis rec-oinmendcl to
thebest remv-ilv io^rcy trou-which i.-jurcly
to'lrn. I ic-el c-citer and swuiircr in ev«-.-y VF
talnr.w it, and. the annoying, i-symptoms
peuieti."—Mrs. M. (JoIiden, 925 l._t uii—n St.,
North Haven, Conn.—'"Ly^'n. E. 1 •Yarn's V'
ble Compound restored n?y health at.ei .. t....e
had failed when passing through change 01 e. There
is nothing like it to overcome the trying oi-aptoms."
•V 'A 5^»f
Mrs. Win. Bintner Sr. will leave
Monday next for Aurora, Illinois,
where she will visit relatives after
which she will go to Indiana for a
visit. She expects to be away sev
GEO. N. CORL
Res. Phone 194 W
Total u...r $#£,513 80
107, Korth Ilaven, Conn.
CORL & TERHUNE
EMBALMING AND FUNERAL DIRECTING
Store Phone 10
Buy it here, and save yourself all the trouble and bother of "Bak
ing day," Cakes, cookies, and all kinds of delicious wastry freshly
made every day. LET US BE YOUR COOK. Special attention given
to pastry orders for Parties or Entertainments.
Conte to Exira for your Bakery Goods. Always fresh, try them.
EXCHANGE STATE BANK
Chcts. Van Gorder, Pres-id.cnt
de-, Vice President
cbunrco boiiD fJ"f'
("T'• -f I --,-ir
A. J. Leo he, Cashier
J. K. V(/nf/e Brake, Asst Cashier
M. E. Leake, Asst. Cashier
4 if *w
July 4th, number and tail light
from auto, between Mrs. Schlater
farm and town. Notify George
Exira Coal and Feed Co.
Coal, Hay, Feed, Salt,
Exchange Flour For Wheat.
Leave your orders for Hard Coal.
!E3. 33. VOSS
M. R. TERHUNE
Res. Phone 128
Established February/ 1889
Incorporated October 1918, ,•
of Coatianoas, Conservative
and Successfn Banking.
We Invite Your Patronage and i:.xl.end Our Helplul Service.
,uv£ i" a
"X* ii'' Mto •!"$$ if A'0 li
I IV I A IN A IV A
LYOIA E.PINKrIAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN.MAS-S.
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