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4 MM m" m' This Coupon is worth $2.00 to you. MISS MABEL McNUTT Teacher of Piano Student of Simpson Conservatory Studio at Will Peppers Friday and Saturday of each week Telephone at Audubon 288W- J. W. HALL, D. C. Chiropractor Office Hours: 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. ni. Office Phone 14. The Old Reliable Greeley Mutual Fire Insurance Ass'n Organized 1888 Reorganized 1917 Wm. L. Clark, Agent, Hamlin. Fred Wahlert, Sr., G. L. Artist, J. C. Tibben, Nathaniel Benton, John Petri, B. A. Railsback, Agents for Exira. J. C. Tibben, President. F. J. Thielen, Secretary .j I PUBLIC SALE! Having decided to quit farming, I will sell, at Pub lie Sale, at my residence, four miles north of ANITA, six miles west of ADAIR, eleven miles southeast of EXIRA and three miles south of Audubon Township j| Center School House, 011 Thursday, Feb. 12th, 1920. Dr. 1. J. OLDAKER, Dentist. Six head of Horses 1 One black gelding, six years old, weight 1500 one bay gelding, nine years old, weight 1440 one brown I gelding, six years'old, weight 1320 one black gelding S ten years old. weight 1280 one grey gelding nine year old, weight 1370 one bay gelding, four years old, weight 1220. Over P. M. Christensen's store. Office Phone 39 Residence Phone 89 21 Head of Cattle 1 Nine milch cows, five of which are two-year-old 1 heifers, one fresh soon, balance fresh in spring four two-year-old White Faced heifers, fat: two yearling I White-Faced heifers: five recorded Short Horn Bulls three yearlings and two Bull calves. 65 Duroc Jersey Hogs Thirty bred Sows and Gilts one male hog balauce stock hogs and pigs. All double immuned from chol era and "flu." Machinery, Etc. One 3 inch wagon 1 wide tire wagou 1 truck wag 1 hay rack 1 surrey 1 top buggy One 7 ft grain bin der 1 McCorniick com binder 1 Deering mower 1 juew Deere hay loader I l)ain side delivery rake: 1 12 ft sulky rake 1 S-ft Hay and straw, 8 Doz. pure bred .Joiie? f:tf 4 DR. R. A. LANTZ§f§._ Assistant State Veterinarian had been on business. Office in rear of First National Bank PHONES: Office 16, Residence 16 Farm Loans Lowest rates. Complete set of Abstract of Title to all lands and town lots in Audn bon County. CCHARLES BAGLEY Herbert Crees and wife came down from Audubon Saturday to Mrs. Caroline visit relatives. ®SS8 Kentucky disc drill 1 8-ft Moline disc 1 Deere stag gang plow 1 walking plow 0 Sec. lever harrow: 1 harrow cart 1 Stattley corn planler 1 New Century riding cultivator 1 Ohio cultiator 1 Avery walking cultivator 1 surface cultivator 1 Gt. Western manure spreader 1 1-2 horse Fairbanks eng ine quality of Cvndola 1 f)0 gallm hog fountain pump .jack: beg troughs cattle feed bunks: spray pump: vice and work bench, and all other small tools found on a farm 1 No. 15 d'daval separator, good as new 1 Meadows power washer. 1 200 egg Sure-Hatch incubator 1 new barrel churn hard coal burner soft coal heater 3 burner oil stove 1 folding bed, and other household furniture lawn swing: chicken coojs dinner bell and post a number of barrels 2 set good work harness 1 single harness 1 stock saddle and bri die 2 sets fly pets 1 hand corn slieller 1 refrigerator, ice tongs and saw 1 grind stone 1 wheelbarrow and other articles of goob value. R. free lunch at 11:30 sale begins promptly at noon, the usual lerms of sale. G. LLOYD. & Dean. Ai:ct. Newton it Parker, Clerks. U:Wi !!B!l!!Bii!!B!i!!Bi!«l'!B!!'iB iB::imiB!:i!B Foot comfort assured -t- AUDUBON COUNTY JOURNAL Miss Delia Hicks returned Satur day fo resume her school work at Hurley, South Dakota. She was called home to attend the funeral of her brother, John. Laurids Hcnsen returned home [Friday from Missouri, where he Harold Shraugcr was up from Atlantic Friday on business and vis iting his grand-mother, Mrs. I. Statzell, His wife and son who have been sick with diptheria have fully recovered and have been re leased from quarantine, o, Just Received--A beautiful line of Satin and Taffeta Silk dresses in the very latest spring styles on dis play at Small's. TT now occupied by Clifford Posten. Mr. Hansen and wife will move in as soon as the house is vacated. Hans has accepted a position in the Hans Petersen store. Mose Knudsen, who moved to Audubon a short time ago, enjoys ?S a visit to his old home, Exira, oc casionally. He was in our city, Monday. Mose is a fellow that 1 makes friends wherever he goes and all are glad to see him come. Hugh Price has accepted a posr I tien in the Hans Petersen store and I will start work March 1st. i" |j Miss Sadie Ballou^resigned her position as telephone operator, 11 R) 1 I ii 1. red pullets, quitting work the last of the week. What Sadie's future intentions arc we don't know but we could make a pretty good guess. Mr. a tg and Mrs. Clyde Covault were calling his parents in Exira I Saturday. They are farming the home in Guthrie Co. gsm Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ileadlee left Monday with their car of house hoik goods for Pequot, Minnesota. They formerly farmed near Guth rie Center. It is hoped by friends that their move will be a profitable one for them. Our spring and summer suit sam ples are now here. Edesco line. $34 up. Come in and see them. Earl Thomas. Mrs. Willis and children visited over Sunday at the Weird home in Audubon. 1 The Eastern Star Chapter, will hold their regular meeting Friday evening, February (ith. All are urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop were in Audubon Sunday afternoon call ing on friends at the George Gore home. Mr Pearl Gregg went to Nevada Monday to enter the Sanitarium an examination. He has been in poor health and is hoping to find some relief. Miss Geraldine' Scibert will ac company her sister, Mrs. Clifford Posten and family to Phoenix, Ari zona, next week and will remain with them indefinitely. Andrew Jensen and family and Willis Workman and family spent j| Sunday at the Martin Jensen home I and enjoyed a delicious duck din B!ner prepared by Mrs. Jensen. I Pete Kommes arrived in Ivxira,! Friday for a visit with his brothers, "P relatives and friends. Mrs. M. D. Hamlin is recovering! from a few days illness. Mrs. llattie llenick of Council Bluffs visited over Sunday at the rj home of her mother, Mrs. Caroline gi skills. She returned home Mon B'ti" uay ai'iernoon. ... ... 1£* Ifrt^ 'y- A plan by which we expect to sell a lot of our shoes. We usually advertise a BIG SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SALE in order to dispose of Odd Lots that naturally accumulate in a business as large as ours, but this season we find that most of our odd sizes and styles are in the womens and mens sections, and we are going to ac cept the attached coupon same as $2.00 cash, if you purchase a pair of these shoes before Feb. Nth. This lot includes hundreds of pairs of womens high grade shoes fn the popular Field Mouss, Baaver Browns, Grays, Patents and Kids, for women and a good selection of Blacks and Browns for men. Coupon to apply on special lots as advertised. CLIP THE COU PON. BUY SPRING SHOES NOW. Anca and Lionel Fredericksen, who are attending school at Hutch son, Minnesota are spending the week with their mother, Mrs. Jens Jepsen. They will return to their school work Sunday. Feed, hay and coal at the Coal & Food Store. adv The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heath has been quite sick the past week. Miss Bessie Bailey, who attends the Exira Adventist school1 west of town has been helping her father in the meat market during the ab Hans Hansen Jr. has rented the .JfW-?' Jenkins residence sence of Mrs. Bailey. Mrs. Frank Edwards returned home Friday from the Atlantic hos pital. While there she underwent a painful operation on her nose, and returned home better. .« S! 1 Miss Thelma McClain is learning the work at the telephone office. She will be employed as relief girl. feeling much Miss Myrtle Peppers returned Saturday, from Audubon, where she clerked during the sale at the Ack erman store. I II Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Anciaux and family enjoyed a pleasant Sunda}'11 at the home of their daughter, Mrs. gj Henry Burr and famiy. Ck'1 fr- ROY JONES, Auctioneer mm rB':.B!TB B:l: r. Bakery Coffee and Cake jpj^jplfCall on me when you wish to have CAKE your dinner party. Cookies, 20 cts. per do/,en Its The Organization That Counts as Wbll as the reputation of building good I buildings, and handling high class building' I taccessories Our Organization is founded upon the basic principle of practi cal service and fair dealing—developed with a full realization that the best service is depen dent upon the ability as well as the desire to serve, and endeavoring always to give intelli gent, prompt and direct personal service. Tom Godwin! Dealer and Contractor Our Work Our Best Advertisement II SSiii 'As I am going to'move to Minnesota, I will sell at Public Auction, at my place of residence. 1 mile east of Exira, on the. old Juhn Esbeck place, on esriay. February 11. 19 Free Lunch at 11 30 sharp Sale starts immediately thereafter Eighty-eight Head of Good Live Stock! 25 Head of Cattle Six milch cows, 1 giving milk, ethers fresh soon: heifer, 2 years old 10 yearling heifers, 2 yearling steers. last spring lieifer calves, high-grade Hereford bull. 2 years old. 63 Head of Hogs Seventeen head of brood sows, lived to farrow in April and? May: 4f summer and fall pigs, and one Poland-China hoar. 200 bushels Corn in crib 4 d»z. Young Chickcns About 300 bu. 103 Oats Machinery and Miscellaneous Deering binder, ti-foot: Mc(Jormi-k mower, 8-foot Stirling disc, 3-section har i-Bw, Kock Island 13-inch gang plow, 10-inch walking plow, seeder, low wheel wag on, hay rack, ly rake, Jenny Liud cultivator, hxud com sheller, hog oil oiler. 4 portable hog houses, and othei things too numerous to mention. TKP.MS OF SALK of $10 and under, cash. On sums over that amount one year's time will be given on approved notes drawing 7 per cent interest fn inflate. No property to beremoyed until ..settled, for. *At.-.-r*cv7\ V^v^KT^, .v ,r,i _.... y« v, 1 P. JORGENSEN, Proprietor. 8#f v. .!% 1 A. W. HARVEY, Clerk S8'. R.iiBr. Bt1:B: .BUBiilW' 7 H. I 'Blt'SBi1'