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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, September 29, 1921, Image 4

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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dimick and
little son are expected home the
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John Johnson and wife, of the latter part of the week fivm Spen
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Ben Omaha Ihursday last. been visiting her relatives.
Louie Beck and family visited a
few hours Sunday with her parsnts,
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen ,sons *ent
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That I have bought the
interest of M. Kyndersen,
An the firm of Christensen
and Kyndersen, and will
continue the business at
the same location.
See me for Cc^tljand Feeds
of all l&rYds.
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I buy Poultry, Eggs and Creanri
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out to the horae of hls
I father, Chris Wolf, Sunday, to as-
Geo. K. Christensen
I Pay Cash and Sell for Cash.
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Come in and see the Phonograph and let us demon
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Tickets may be purchased at the Palace Theatre or at
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AMERICAN LFGION
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$225 Phonograph tq'be Given Away
Would you like to own afOiclede Phonograph,
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We are offering you this opportunity. Buy a ticket
to the picture show at the Palace Theatre and get a
number on this wonderful machine.^
The price of the ticket willt-be^?$1.00 and the lucky
number draws the machine.^
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You cannot afford to miss this opportunity your
number may be the lucky oij^e.
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Mrs Li F. Klever was on the
sick list a couple of days the first
of the week.
Mrs. Newlon and the Joe Gilroy
family, Orvie Young and wife,
Chris C. Nelsen and wife, W. H.
Covault and wife were Atlantic
Bray ton News Items
R. Miller went to Burwell, Ne
braska, last week, where he is vis
iting his cousin, Irving Miller, and
other relatives.
Miss Bena Blom visited in At
lautic last week with friends..
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Shdfckley
from the Anita vicinity spent Sun
day with Mrs. Sheekley's brother,
Isaac Smith and family.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rasmussen
attended the Aksarben at Omaha*,
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen of
Atlantic were guests at the Jesse
Nymand home Sunday.
Chris Jensen,was a business vis
itor in Omaha, Saturday.
Niels P. Hoegh has moved the
house from the creamery, west of
town, and is fixing it np for rent.
Charles Cotton of Des Moines is
visiting ar the home of his sister,
Mrs. O. F. Ide.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Freeman
went to Omaha, last Wednesday,
to atteud the Aksarben.
Billie, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Glass, who have been
visiting at the H. IVt. Bartlett
home, had his tonsils removed Fri
day at the Atlantic hospital. v,c
Ebbe J. Hansen and wife were
Sunday visitors at the S,*P. Dau
gaard home.
Miss Anna Madsen, who has
been visitihg her sister, Mrs. Ear
nest McKibben, went to Shelby,
last week. S,
Mrs. James Larsen and daugh
ters visited in Atlantic, last week,
with her sister, Mrs. John Keldsen.
Mrs. Cora Freeman "returned to
Atlantic Friday, after casing for
her daughter, Mrs. Lester Hansen
and the new baby for a couple^ of
weeks.
Andrew Thompson, wife and
daughter of Stansbury, Missouri,
and Marion Thompson and wife of
Omaha have been visiting their
parents, C. G. Thompson and wife.
Andrew'Thompson and family re
turned home Tuesday.
AUDUBON COUNT? JOURNAL
John Heiken of Gates was in
Brayton, Saturday, to attend the
meeting of the directors of the
Brayton Lumber Company and,
remained until Sunday on account
of the heavy rain.
Brayton
White Oil cloth, per yd. 40c
8 pouud pail of fish $1.05
Holland Herring 1.25
Cream cheese, per pound 28c
Larsen's* Cash Store
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best paper for "BULL."
So now you can receive
with each package a book
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The following property of the Exira
.Co-operative Co. will be sold at pub=
lie auction, at the office just north of
the Exira Depot, on
Tuesday, O t. 4th
Commencing at 2 o'clock, p. m.
1 storage building. I office building
1 wagon scale. 1 adding machine.
And other articles too numerous to
mention.
TERMS: $20 and under, cash. Over $20, 3
months time at 8 per cent interest on note
with approved security. 2 per cent off for
cash. .'
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Fred Reynolds, $res,
ADMINISTRATOR'S
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I will offer at public auction, on the P. M. Petersen farm, 5 miles east of
Kimballton, 4 miles east and 3 miles north of Elk Horn, 4 miles west and 3
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Monday, October 3d
The following property of Ole Larsen.deceased:
5 Head of Horses
One team of work horseplay gelding, 6 years old, wt. 1200 bay gelding, 6 years
old, wt. 1400 black mare, 6 years old, wt. 1200.
13 Head of Cattle
4 Cows with calvep at side 2 two*year-old heifers 1 steer, 2 years old 1
bull 2 years old 1 heifer, one year old.
,57 Head of Spring Shoats
McCormick binder, Deering mower, 2 hay loaders, Rock Island side rake,1 hay
rake, 8 ft. disk, endgate seeder, hand seeder, New Century riding cultivatoi,
walking cultivator, hand corn sheller, seed corn grader, Galloway manure spread
er, 2 corn planters, 2 lumber wagons, 2 truck wagons, hay rack, buggy, 4 section
harrow,
plow, walking plow, bob sled. Beck harrow, power grinder, sweep
.grinder, Fordson tractor and plow, 30-ft. 6 inch belt, 3stock tanks, lot of mechan
ics tools, forks, scoops, spades, etc.
t? Some Household Goods including a cookstove, baseburner, heating stove
and many other articles too numerous to mention.
75 acres of corn in field. 30 Tons of Alfalfa Hay.
FREE LUNCH AT 11:30 a. m. glSALE STARTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
TERMS: All sums of $10 and under, cash. Over that, amount 9 months credit on
approved note, at 6 per cent interest. 2 per cent off for cash No good* to be re
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