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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, August 11, 1921, Image 4

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Brayton News -Items
Jens ClemenseD, who is employ
ed as night clerk in a hotel at Sac
City, spent last week visiting his
parents, William Clemensen and
wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Holger Nelsen and
Mrs. P. P. Nelsen drove to Corn
ing last week and visited relatives.
-Charles Freeman went to Atlan-1 P^en^s'
tic Tuesday for a short visit with
Mrs. Holger Nelsen.
Mrs. Tom Gill and sister, Mrs.
Ollie Conyers, came down from
Exira Saturday and spent the day
at the H. M. Bartlett home.
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his sister, Mrs. Lewis Heath, be-1 Mr. and' Mrs. Roy Sayers, of
fore returning to Des Moines. He' Fairfield, Iowa, are visiting her
was accompanied by his mother,! parents J. W. Cannon and wife.
"Mrs. F. L. Freeman, and sister, Frank Benham has quit the bar-
Miss Albena Hansen, of Audu
bon, has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. Einar Miller.
Misses Cloris and Josephine
Scott, of Atlantic, are visiting
friends in Brayton and vicinity.
Mrs. Axel Mortensen is visiting
relatives at Buffalo City.
Carl Mikelsen, E. I. depot agent,
left last jweek for a vacation trip
to Denver. His mother also went
to Walbeck Nebraska, to visit
relatives. O. A. High, formerly
agent at Exira, but now of Teckla,
Wyoming, is in charge of the de
pot during Carl's absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest McKibben
went to Osceola Wednesday to
visit her sister and family.
Wendel Smith and wife of Silver
City, Nebraska, are visiting his
brother, W. B. Smith and family.
Low Cost Mileage
For the Big Car
Every FiskTire is a guar
antee that you will get
mileage at a low cost.
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Wendel was raised in the town of
Oakfield, leaving there some years
ago. He is in the drug business
at Silver City.
Willie Anderspn lelr Thursday
for Hudson, South Dakota, tp take
a look at the country. -5$
James Thompson and family, of
Murray, Iowa, are visiting his
C. G. Thompson, and
wife.
ber business at Henry Jorgensen's
pool hall, and Willie Wiges, of
Exira, is now employed there.
Hans Andersen has sold his resi
dence property in, Brayton to
0. F. Ide, possession to be given
November 1st. Peter Beck, of
Atlantic, made the deal.
Niels P. Hoegh was a business
caller in Atlantic Tuesday, ...
Andrew C. Nelson Sale i
Will Draw Large Crowd
On August 19, 1921, Andrew C.
Nelson will sell at public sale
some of his famous big type Po
land China Bred Sows and Boars.
This is his first public sale and will
be held at his farm. He is not
catering to the big breeders' trade
but is looking to the farmers'
trade and is putting this sale 'on
"for their .benefit with the least pos
sible expense.
It will therefore be a great op
portunity for farmers to buy as
For satisfaction, safety
and economy you, buy
a "sure thing" when you
buy Fisk Tires..c .. ..a
You are safe when you
buy a known and repu
table product at a low
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Sold only by Dealers1
BUILDING MATERIALS
Remember we appreciate you email orderB., -and large
ones in'proportion.
Good Dry Lumber Curtis Millwork
Amerioan Woven Wire Cedar Posts all live timber
Red Top heavy Posts Trojan Steel Gates
Hawkeye Portland Cement "Cement Blocks
Cistern and Chimney Brick" Face Bricks
Sand and Gravel Roofing
And any other item needed in building or repairing.
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good sows and boars as Andrew C.
Nelson has ever raised, without
the competition of the breeders,
and there will be some mighty
good bargains at his' sale. He is
selling 30 head,—19 fall gilts and 4
fall boars and 7 spring bdars. These
are all of his own breeding, "The
Fred Sievers breeding," and', they
are not only large but very gopd.'
There are 8 fall gilts sired by Nel
son's Chief and bred to his great
boar, Nelson's Big Bob, a boar
that we regard as the best boar
that has ever been owned on the
Nelgon farm. This boar is sired
by Big Bob. There are 11 fall
gilts sired by this good boar, Nel
son's Big Bob and bred to Nelson's
Long King sired by Long King
These fpll gilts are due to farrow
in September and October. There
are 11 fall and spring boars sired
by Nelson's Big Bob and Nelson's
Chief, Nelson's Long King. It
is to be a sale for the farmers and
will be a good opportunity to -buy
the best he has at their own
prices.—Advertisement.
Mrs. Violet Kuzara departed
Monday morning for Wyoming,
where she Vill make her future
home. She was accompanied as
far as Omaha by her father, Jack
Egbert, who returned to Exira the
following day. .,
Mrs. Albert Hocamp was enter
tained Saturday at the' Luther
Hensley home, south of town.
Hans Nelson and son Garner,
Will Porter, W.ill Peppers and
J. B. J. Lohner have been in Wa
tonka, South Dakota, the past
wees, looking at land. Mr. Pep
pers will drive the Ford coupe
which was .stolen from Tom El
wood, and which was left at Dell
Rapids, South Dakota, back to
Exira.
Miss Clara Voss accompanied
her sister, Mrs. Marion Brinker, to
Exira, and visited over Supday at
her parental home. Miss Clara,
is employed in Des MoineB.
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Mr. and Mrs. Orwin Masching,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Petersen autoed
to Casey, Sunday, and spent the
day with his parents,, Clarence
Masching and wife.
Dr. and Mrs. Cron were out of
town visitors over Sunday.
Jim Christensen had his tonsils
removed last Tuesday. mf
Another band concert was
given on the streets of Brayton
last Friday evening by the Exira
Band and was attended by a large
crowd.
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Lawrence Donnesen, of Audu
bon, twenty-one years old, was
sentenced to*225 days in jail or a
fi^e of"$750 for signing his father's
name to a note. Every day spent
in jail, $3.50 of the fine is re
mitted. Donnesen had been guil
ty of writing a check on a bank in
which he had no funds before, and
had passed several bid checks
which accounts for the heavy fine.
He had given the forged check in
payment for an automobile
Miss Dorothy Riley spent a few
days this week with Ethel Harvey
in the country. sn
Misses Helen and Vera Wissler
are expected home next week for
a visit at the parental home before
entering upon their school duties
for the year.
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Mrs. Hans Hansen Jr*. entertain
ed a company of friends at her
home last Friday afternoon. All
present report a pleasant time.
James, son of Mr. and Mrs\ J.
Riley, of Creston*, underwent an
operation for the removal of tonsils
last Saturday, and is convalescing
at the home of his grandparents,
Dr. Riley and wife. The young lad
accompanied his mother here for a
visit last week.
Thelma McClain went to Atlan
t'"c Saturday to spend a few days
with her sister, Miss Beulah.
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will sell at public auction at my farm# 1 mile west of
tne^Exjra depot,, on the River-to-River road IO mites south
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Friday, August
30 Head of Pure Bred Poland China
Boars and Bred Sows
'^Cftftsistingbf nineteen head of bred fall dilWfour head of
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I These fall Gilts are due to farrow in September^and October.
All are bred lo the best Boars of the breed. These Sows are
eligible to registry and papers will be furnishekSi&ith them.
Size •Bone Quality
These qualifications make all visitors admire our herd.
You will want these Boars and Sows in preference to grade
Boars and Sows bought at general farm saies.r If you like big
hogs come to our sale.
Free Lunch at 11:30 a. m. Sale Starts Immediately After
TERMS: Cash or three monohs time on bankable note bear-*
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PRAI8ED THAT ad.
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HE WAS giving me.
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and Domestic tobaccos, wonderfully T„-''
blended—It sounds easy. But you'll
find nothing else like Chesterfields.
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you don't see "They Satisfy" in
a Chesterfield advertisement. But be
sure of this—you'll find it in the ciga
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and Domestic tobaccos, wonderful!1
blended—it sounds easy. But you''
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