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[«il!l !!W[lliWI!!W!li if The Voss If '4 l» 8 Wood Shop The Right to Your order for Portable Hog Houses and Brooder Coops placed now will not only insure their delivery when needed, but undoubtedly save you dollars besides. Geo. C. Voss, Proprietor IIIIIBIMBIilll «WB ,*V» UBS Building Materials and the Service you get frorrv us are two important things have building or repairing We want your business aim!, believe that we can not only give you better materials for the money, but can furnish it more promptly when you need it. «ft It doesn't make any difference whether your .purchase-is large or small we want you to come to our yard for it. 1 u^r *7 Everything in Building: Material 1 tS S liti We hav^ many articles that we boagM. before the advance in prices, that we-are-selling* at less M^than the mail order houses caiti sell theiaoi for to ••day. Come in and let us show yon that we cam, m, save you some real money. P. M. CHRISTENSEN Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty We Are Still Writing Insurance prV-wa&raRaet™d -~M Building material and labor prices have gone up furniture aud household sup plies cost more coat of replacements are from 40 to 100 per cent greater than five years ago you may have had enough in surance a year or two ago— Have You Enough Now It ic» better to decide before a fire than to regret it afterwaids John D. Roe, IBiWIMHiMiAViWi'-l A yi.\ 1 J" #«1- Y,r I 1' 1 1 f'H'Z. a* ii! SlilSSfiltlMM: to consider wfem you 1 V. V, (, 4 'i „s Fullerton Lumber Co. Pete Hansen, Manager ft Mall Order Prices! $ a a a a iS I price on any article in our store, and save- y?m the express charges besides. fiv 1 4 BRAYTON ITEMS Mrs. Will IJiintjIiam unci Mrs. Wi 11 Kirkham of Anila were irnesfs of tlicir sister. Mrs. W. R. Koob. last week. Miss lU-hoeca Neisrn returned to lier home at Des Moines alier visiting for several days with her parent*. P. P. Nelson and wiie. Chris nut sen returned last week from Loveland, Colorado, where lie had been on business and Philip Knut sen and wife departed Friday for their home. Niels P. Hoeyli received the sad news last week that liia sister had passed away, and he left at once for Davenport to attend the funeral. Art Anderson and wife went to Choose YOU WILL NEVER KNOW UNLESS YOU READ. DPS Moines Monday to visit their daugli ter and husband. Mr and Mrs. Merrill Myers. Anna Frcdricksen came down 1'roin Exira Monday to see her friend. Mable Rasmusaen who is !'ast„ recovering from hei' recent operation. Frank Purcell of N'eola .lias been visiting the pa«t. week with I/is daugh ter. Mrs. Percy Freeman and' family. He reSumec? home Mondav. Einur Miller went to Des Wrernes, Monday on business. H. .1. ITaiise-n and F. I.. Freeman were bu-iness trailer* In Exira Mori-day Mrs. Reed Walker was shopi itig in Atlantic Saturday. .lens Miklesen and wife are visitmpj her parents. Theodore fiearheart aad wife at. Neuki. Mike Metzwas in Brayton Thurs day distributing' bills for his sale o-s February 5th. Andy Kline sold the ... at Oakiield from S. 1'. Bertlesen. t«j I Isaac Swanson. who will move fro tin his farm east of, town March 1st. r. house he bift Nelson Mike Anderson went to Des Moines,. Monday, where lie. will work at his trade of mason'. Beniice Mcfi-overn came home Mon day Iroin Des Moines. St. Joseph's Academy, where she attends school, I was partially destroyed by lire Satur day and many of the pirli lost all their clothes. Miss Bernioe had just recently been removed from the build, ing burned to another dormitory Lore.v E. Jensen of Brayton has been elected captain of the 1920 wrest ling team at the University of Iowa. Jensen has been a member of Hawks mat team for three years. He has been wrestlingrn the 145 pound class and is considered the best grappler in the school. 8. P. Daugaard went to Sioux City last week to visit his son, Chris, who is attending school. Call and look over those new silk dresses at Small's. Some fine ones. Pi" The Insurance Man at Exira, Iowa V: Exira vs Atlantic The locnl high school basket ball I team autoed to Atlantic Friday in field baskets, having secured five. Gault secured four and scored four free throws. Nelson followed with the opposing team did not get final score stood 2 )t»8 in our favor The line up was something like is I Atlantic Exira Bashamt I H. Laurssn. F. Gault Wm. Laiarsen Peterson We sell everything from foundation to chimney top in building material. Ameridan Field Fence. Chicago Steel Posts -T's Trojan Improved Gates Cedar Posts. Brick Boilding Blocks/ Lime Cement? Plaster Everything you need to improve your farm or property. We want your business it in appreciated. Come here for quality and snrvice. Green Bay Lumber Co. B. F. JENSEN. Manager ^iigai ,, the sick list the basket ball, llie game seemed which gav6 a final score of 7 to 5 in our favor. Each having scored two field baskets. Our fellows tried very hard to play a clean game but when they were pressed into rough playing and began to give Cook F. C. G. Franks u^sls- Blake Clovis For tar. .G. Mrs. Winnie Bauderand children of Polk, Nebraska, came Tuesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Minnie Hensley. Feed, hay and coal at the Coal & Feed Store, adv. Mrs. Wmi Wahlert is recovering, rapidly from a severe- attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Rob Dafford visited from Thursday until Saturday at the 3-. Paige and Faust homesi. Olive and Earl MiHer of Laoe, South Dakota are visiting friends here. llev. Lawton of the Noj'toh Branch charge went to Stuart test week to assist the pastor there dur ing special meetings. MMlUKlHlWIiKIH •"wgnyi!fni -SCHOOL NOTES 1 evening and took the honors fromj^'"er' ^i-,s Hansen and Mr. Mills Atlantic H. 8 for ability in tossing "f very rough from start to finish tend to their duties again. with very little regard to personal Tuesday noon young America aban. foul rules, resulting in very, little the old metliod of travel and real basket ball in the first half^' back what they had been taking Elk Horn. during the first part ®f the game. Dr. Oldaker gave a very interesting The last half we began to score, and instrncrive tai to the High points. Wm. Larsen took the lead IU|I)''S Miss Ostnun. Miss Rendlemnn, fiss tl,e f°,r^ of tcacl5crs have f'f? r'f'a.v three field baskets from very diffi- bly perkd. These talks are enjoyed cult positions at long range. While by all and are proving helpful to those giving them. a field basket in the last half swing! Exira High School experts ro to the good fast guarding of Peter- a son, Nelson and Basham. The!5'1 fi 1 What? bte» t,n this week. All are re covering and will soon be able to at- ^stteps of theehJWren of Holland skated to school. Needless to say they had the- time of their young lives. The High School basket ball team will journey to Casey Fridav, where they will meet live Casey team, Fri day evening. The second team will play a return game with F!k Horn at afternoon on the 1)1111 iclt' 'jin:5line "'!ls vr 1, 1' Gault m! t,hree verv in.teivst- inf? ta!ks „etday anfl durin the asscm in tlie II gh School February 3th and Hu h. Both hoys and girls glee clubs have been organized in the high school aud I are planning to begin work in earnest soon. d"C EKCHANQE ST/iTE BAN'S EXIRA, IOWA •6,: Thiufcj -Yfear.s of Coretinuous, Conservative and! Successful": Banking. We invite your patronage* Chas. 7 (in Gorder, President Edwin Delahoyde, Vive President ,/ .. 'T. Xeahe, Cashier Ginghams and Percales Notice of Meeting A meeting will be held in Exira, at the First National Bank, Satur day, February 7, 11)20, to consider the question, of straightening the Nishna and creating a drainage district in Audubon county. L. giving riiem. to receive bida for Tractor grading. sond All interested are requested ro be pres ent. By order of Board of Supervisors, Creamery Meeting The Audubon Township Cream ery wilt- have a meeting at the Creamery, February 11th at one o'clock p. m. for the purpose of hir ing cream, coal and butter haulers. P. Nelson, Secy. 2 Notice of Meeting The trustees of Oakfield Town ship will meet Monday, February 16th, at 1 p. in the Brayton Lumber Office, for the purpose of hiring Road Superintendents and ,-^out $1400 will be used for heavy i^K'ny team to. Ames-toparticipate- grading this summer. The Board Sc^0•, «"test, I0."1'. 1 of Trustees reserve the right, to re- jeet any and all. bids. 5-6 ^Christian Hunscny Clerk Dewey Alt of Audubon* visited friemls in this city, Silnday, We have installed a line of Dress Ginghams and Percales. We are showing some very at tractive patterns in dark and light colors. These goods were purchased be fore the present advance in cotton materials and are sure to be satis factory, and prices are right. Tharnish's Variety Store "The Place It Pays To Trade Are You Just Sliding Along on the Outside or Are you a necessary cog in the wheel of commercial life?" A man. with a bank account feels that he is a part of the business world and a necessary cog in the wheel. Open a checking account with us and you will receive the greatest possible benefit from it. First National Bank Exira, Iowa Member Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Capital $35,000.00 Surplus $7,000.00 'f- 4 J. K. VQ,nde Brake, Jlssl. Cashier M. Carlson, Asst. 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