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Hf it ,t n. J. W. HALL, D. C. Chiropractor Office Hours: 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Office Phone 14. Dr. L. J. OLDAKER, Dentist. Over P. M. Christensen's store. Office Phone 39 Residence Phone 89 DR. R. A. LANTZ Assistant State Veterinarian Office in rear of First National Bank PHONES: Office 16, Residence 16 MISS MABLE McNUTT Teacher of Piano Student of Simpson Conservatory Studio at Will Peppers Friday and Saturday of each week Telephone at Audubon 288W lil'B II liusiimii:! f- 8 1 -t •using iiiiiHiiiiaiiHiiii Shade, Parking, Orna mental Trees, feach 75c, $1, $1.50 Whitj? Pine, Scotch Pine •. Trees, each 50c, $1, $1.25 Cols Blue Spruce, each $3, $5 Douglas Spruce, 50c, 75c, $1 ,Red Cedar, 40c, 75c, $1 Standard Strawberry Plants, everbearing, $2.50 to $5 per 100 Raspberry Plants, dozen 75c, per one hundred .% Yard Hedging, each 12c, 15c, 25c Cause vof the Tides. The urge of tlit* mass of dip moot on the wntor is tlirce-tift'is and that ol the niiiss of the sun two-fifths. But this ratio varies with the coniplicnter variations of distance of the moor from the earth, and earth from tlu sun. After you eat—always take FATONIC WPFORYOURACID-STOMACH') Instantly relieves Heartburn, Bloat ed Gassy Feeling. Stops food souring-, an^ stomach miseries. Aid. Umcslion and appetite. vrftmr'TVL- v-. a,P«*rt,. ac*d imiaisn 4 Grove Sendling Trees".. Evergreen, Wind Breaks, Arbor Vitas Peach Trees, each 50c, 75c Hs,•if*' Vtv-' Servd any kind of a letter to v- W.M. »v Keeps stomach 1"creases Vitality and Pep. bATONIC )B the best remedy. Tens of thou sands wonderfully benefited. Only costs a cent or two a day to use it. Positively guaranteed to please orwe wilt refund money. «Cet a bis bo* today.O You will see. bold ta K-saruny 11r naoy The Question of Which Silo is Best is Now Settled for Good oldest, continuous door fraes, thy reinforcing by meaus of etee'l hoops HARLAN, IOWA I 1 HU4 •J4ll|W|^n»jfl BRAYTON, IOWA PHONE 275. White Spruce, Norway Spruce Trees, 75c, $1.25, $1:50 ^i- lM 4 US Apple Trees, small, each 60c, 75c t'lLarge, 80c, $1, $1.25 Pear Trees, each $1.25 Blackberry Plants, dozen 75c per 100, $5 Current Bushes, each 35c, dozen#$2.50 Gooseberry Bushes, each 40c dozen $3 Asparagus and Garden" Roots, 75c dozen Shrubs, Porch Vines, each 75c, SI, $1.50 Special Cvit Flower Service, at any price, 50c to GOc One- Dollar Invested adds Ten Dollars Ten Dollars adds One Hundred Dollars Hundred Dollars *adis Thousand Dollars •ft.: -:#'1 .. ^Nurseryman and Florist, Ha Fitting Artificial Legs. In order that one who has lost a lep may select the type of artific'al limb best suited to him, a French in ventor has perfected an apparatus which accurately records the move lnenis of the feet of artificial legs wliilg the wearer is walking. An Unkind Cut. "I visited the olliee of the Illjrh brow Magazine the other day." said .f tiie ine^. "an I. ..ever saw such beau tiful waste-,taper baskets. -rated with r/ijlc ribbons." (jyoul- l'ties may be cast in pleasant ,places, eh?" said the mean man. In Case of Fire. The grammar school principal went frijni room to room explaining what jdo ill case of lire. The pupils list cued vV.ilh A Few Words about Cement Stave Silos Cement is the yie door spreaders and do^r frame beams—all madeof heavy steel eliminate all upkeep and repair expense for. life. Our Staves Have Been Tested by competent engineers for test, uniformity of manufacture, and moisture resistance, etc., and have been pronounced 0. K. A Call on H. A. Nelson, our salesman for Exira and vicinity, a4id let him explain them to you. PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY. A. T. RASMTSSEN, Manufacturer respectful attention until he catiKi -to his final instructions, thou smiles nnd giggles disturbed the principals tserenit.\. "Above all things," he said, "if your clothing catches lire, remain cool." time-tested and weather-proven Hiding material known. It has been modernized and manufactured into staves for silos. These staves of un itorm mixture, properly tamped, thoroughly seasoned, make, according to the world's leading building experts, absolutely permanent silos! Acid atad moisture-proof coating on inside of staves prevents spoiling from freez ing and preserves^ nutritive value of ensilage. The AUDUBON COUNTY JOURNAL 1 mm 15 inches '.Y-.S4*. uiiHiiiBuiiBinmiiii UIMIMHIII Cherry Trees, 1 year, 75c to $1. 8 years, $1, $1.25, $1.50 each Plum Trees, each each $1, £1-25, $1.50 Floral Designs, each $8 to Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations dozen $2, $3, $4 Rose Bushes, each 50c, 75c, SI Geraniums. 15c, 20c, 30c Bedding Plants, 10c, 15c, 20c Peonys, each 75c, Dahlias, 25c Gladoli, 10c, Perennials. 40e. Cannas, 25c. .'V- Greenhouse Plants, each 15c, 30c 1 cf A r*&is Aqv W' 50c, $2 "if: .* •. Grape Vines, 40c, dozen $3^ /,M Ian, lowa^A "JAird club Jtates A\atchfor the little goldfinches in their new suit. .Some of the goldfinches stay with us the year all deco- round but we do not recognize thenr: ioi2) 'So that because they change their summer later. MI it of yellow and don a suit for winter which is so much 1 hev seem to admire their suit ot yellow and show themselves of ten when they have it on. They arrive about the time of the first dandelions and are often seen flit ting from blossom to blossom peer ing into their depths and feasting on whatever thev find there. I see 1 ellow seems to attract them head."—Amie Hloombaugb, Chicago. and later, when the sunflowers blossom they almost live on the big yellow flowers. Their song is very much like that of the canary and they are sometimes called wild ^canaries. Jif Plant sunflowers and you will! have the little goldfinches visit you often. Other birds like the sun flowers too. I think there is no flower or plant which calls the birds like the sunflower-and it is so easy to raise we may all have bird visitors if we will. *-r I Sunflowers grow and thrive in1 any waste place if not too shady.! They love the sun and always turn their faces' toward it. The seed of the sunflowers is an excellent food for the birds. Almost any home has some corner in the yard which I is not used where sunflowers would1 grow and thrive. The Return of The Birds The birds were all glad to come a I In their gay little songs" they tell me so a a a in a a dTiwn, And their sleepy twitters when day is gone. \r, They are building a nest in that tall maple tree. 1 Flycatchers and oricles merrily 1 sing, And I caught the glance of a 1 cardinal's wing ,'. j,?! 1 A catbird is busily picking up 1 seeds 1 From the ground just under that 1 patch of weeds. The strains of sweet mysi^ from woodland and gle» V" Proclaim the arrival of thrasher and wren ,'*"^'- Hill Yes, the birds were all glad to come back I know In their happiest songs they are telling us so. As -the train neared the city the passengers straightened up in their seats and began to gather together their lelongings. The colored por- Young William had been sadly misbehaving and his mother took him upon her knee for a serious talk. ''Willie," said she sorrowfully, ''every time you are naughty I get another gray hair." "Gee!" said Willie, have been a terror. grandpa." 1 Detroit Under Three Flags. During the last 200 years tlu I French, British and American llag? have floated officially over the city o! bi'OWll "1'* Detroit, for the city was founded hj the French, captured by the British which- later evacuated and American troops inarched in, bearing the Amerl can flag. Temple of Solomon. The Temple of Solomon wa In the fourth year of his reign (B. C. and completed seven years The whole area was inclosed uter walls and formed a like that of many other birds thatj great bi-a/Pn pillars. On» of these Fred Wahlert, Sr.. G. L. Artist, J. C. it is difficult to distinguish thetn. I wus called Jllcliln and the 7 "Bugs in His Head." Tommy had received a scalp wound and was told that he must keep it clean so it wouldn't become infected with bacteria. He asked wlia^ bac teria were and was told they were "little bugs." Thv wound subsequent ly became infected, ,ind Tommy went round the neighborhood telling his playmates that "he had bugs in hia WWM 'rOP .-&/ if-i A bluebird sits in an apple tree And trills a glori,ous melody 'A Then deftly slips thru the en .tiance dim Of the snug lit t^le house prepared' for him. v.i. A pair of robins unafraid On garden pests are making a raid l| I really "believe from signs which mmm 1 ter approached the jovial-faced! gentleman, saying with a' smile: I "Shall. I brush you"blT, .sail?'5 "No," he replied, '"I prefer to get off in the usual manner." you must Look at "rfiocrriiliicss is :i small virtue, II is true, but it sheds such a brightness around us in this life that neither ttye (lurk clouds nor the rain can dispel ander. *'v $*•* begun square of about feet. The front Organized 1888 Reorganized 1917 the porch was supported by two Wm. L. Clark, Agent, Hamlin. otlu'r B°az- American courts are no ted for justice and fairness. Farm Loans Lowest rates. Complete set of Abstract of Title to all lauds and towu lots in Audu I bon County. CHARLES BAGLEY The Old Reliable Greeley Mutual Fire Insurance Ass'n I EibA 6 Nathaniel Benton, John Petri, B. A. Kailsback, Agents for Exira. J. C. Tibben, President. F. J. Thielen, Secretary. The FOLKS AT I lie rULM Now is the time to get your Plow Har a ground is wet and you will need it now worse than you will ever need it again. Call in and the,m over. Nels L. Beck. HOME EXPECT YOU LL 'EM ALL ABOUT TO TE "OMAHA'S VISIT CENTRE," IT Exhilarating Burlesque Vaudeville Stage Always Flllid with Pretty GlrU, Funny Clown#, Gorqeoui Equipage. Brilliant Scenic Environment. LADIES' DIME MATIHEE EVERY WEEKDAY Everybody Goes Aak Anybody ILVITt THE II88EIT MD IEST HOW «»T OF CIIUM Plow Harrows •$r f. i«,#s once if yo'u want it phictd before May 30th. ^Call in and fet^ our line when MI Audubon. BUY AT HOME SAVE AGENTS COMMISSION F. D. AN E, Monument Works AUDUBON, IOWA I Ml vW* and the Service you get frorrv us are two important things to consider when you have building or repairing to do. 5 Vi We want your business and believe that we can not only give you better materials for the money, but can furnish it more promptly when you need it. Vfi It doesn't make any difference whether your purchase is large or small we want you to come to our yard for it. ," Everything in Building Material Fullerton Lumber Co." Pete Hansen, Manager $A Day will soon be lieie. Be ^for« it arrives you will I^WHut a Mouument ^placed at your loved f- -one's grave We have beautiful stones at rea sonable prices. 1 Vi I I Lots of Orders 'S to Fill If I !1 you mupit order'at -I lltl!BlillH!li:l msniiwii •3 *4 i* 1Wk kt -!4 j# f' is. Vt I "K VJii" ft} $ 1 t- 'i-1 'p.