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^5 I' .VfV §$# w, P[. 'jlC 'K -, & V*t? in- •:$: I ?. v-«' '-f &)! r-8: If^w ISfflMl ti'.il b~* ISMI sr. 'iff# IV •a? 7 '-VfU*r# ri' II Tthe ii'-i?/. 'W n«j» «J» «J» J» •ijt *Jfr *Jl •Jt ij» •*. A Word has just reached us that "t .Harry Hunt, a former resident of '}i ,near Exira, is receiving treatment ', in an army hospital in Denver for tuberculosis. It will be remem bered that he married Miss Julia Eagen, of north of town. Miss Bertha Minerman is spend '»ing the week with her sister, Mrs.,counts Five-room house in East Exira, $1450. GEO. E. KNESS. Albert Stone left Sunday for Ames. He will attend college there this year. v- Will Charter, of Lovell, Colo rado, is visiting numerous relatives and friends in this vicinity. He is at present in Guthrie Center. For Sale Three Poland China boar? choice §20. J. W. HUYCK. Mrs. Frank Ballou entertained a number of friends at her home Fri day afternoon in honor of her aunt, Mrs. Blanche Hardenbrook, who will leave next Monday for Dexter. A pleasant afternoon was spent and light refreshments were served. Air- Tight Tin* of SO Ask your dealer to siiotp you the new vacuum sealed tins of SO Chester fields. A compact, con venient and absolutely AIR-TIGHT packing—' the cigarettes keep fresh indefinitely.' Vi"' 4'j ii-** IIKURS'.1' V-n ^Vvr ^w^j HE man, the woman, or child who buys an Eversharp is freed for all time from pencil troubles. Built with jeweler precision for life long service, Eversharp is al ways ready to glider Across the paper with clean, smooth ^strokes. Ask us to shew you ^Eversharp. We have your particular sire and style. We sell the genuine Eversharp. •The name is on the pencil. EVERSHARP f'WAHL PROWCTB LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Lrl t-irliZ P. M. Christensen Phil Foley, and family, near Au-Jsen- All those indebted please see dubon. S S *^1 Mr. and Mrs. Will Wahlert and family, of near Anita, were Sunday visitors at the parental Henry Mi necaian home. W. John Moore, of Marcus, Iowa, came Friday for a week-end visit with relatives and friends. Notice 11 have retained the book ac- of Christensen & Kynder- me and settle. fW'h For Sale 829 M. KYNDERSEN. Miss Rosa Petersen came home from Atlantic to remain for three weeks during the absence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Peter sen who are visiting relatives in Minnesota Nebraska and several points in Iowa. The little four year old daughter of Mrs. Jennie Fiscus, of West Exira, experienced a very painful ordeal the first of the week when she stuck a shoe button in her ear, which the attending physician has thus far been unable to remove on account of the excessive swell ing it has caused. She will under go an operation Monday for its re moval. For Sale Homemade sorghum molasses, $1 per gallon. o6pd L. M. PARROTT. enough,-die oldtus •went Lack on me IT WAS a whale. .••r-"'-.—. OF A hill, and the old bus. GROANED AND shuddered ANP FINALLY stalled. AND- YOU could fry ON THE radiator.}. WELL, WHAT I know. ABOUT BUZZ wagons. COULD BE written big ON A postage stamp. BUT I fiddled around. AND TORE my new shirt. AND GOT all smeared up. THE ENGINE would starj. BUT LI7ZIE wouldn't. ,, NOY ON that hill. .. .vir,, J* SO I quit and lit up. ONE OF my cigarettes. ir AND THOUGHT it over. •i.VW THEN I had a hunch. ifr'tV •'•l-l •. A PUSHED HER around. PULLED A thing-a-ma-jig. AND "fHE blame boat.3 BACKED UP the liill./^. WITHOUT EVEN hesitating. SO I learned a trick. WHICH EVERY driver. SHOULD REMEMBER. A "SATISFY" cigarette! IT CIGARETTES f? LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co. I JfeUDUBGtf GOUKTY JOURNAL For Sale Poland China spring (boars, ped igreed. Priced right. Pnone 13 on 13, Exira. eow tf MARTIN HANSEN. Fred Wahlert Jr., of Greeley, has been quite ill for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Madsen and son, N.els, Mrs. Chris Wolf, sons, Arley and Elmer, and their families went to Atlantic Thursday last to attend the birthday party of Mrs. Sam Jensen, which was given at her home in that city. Registered Boars I have four good Spotted Po land late spring boars for sale at $20 each. (Weight about 75 lbs. The early bird gets first choice. Phone B32. CLARENCE KNUTSEN, s29pd Brayton, Iowa. Mrs. Maud Miller will be hos tess to the Mothers' Club tomor row'afternoon. For Sale N 250 Breeding Ewes, 250 lambs and 9 pure bred Shropshire bucks. C. K. HALLOCK, 06 Brayton, Iowa. Lars Peter Petersen was oper ated upon for the removal of ton sils last week. People in need of monument work would do well to see tf adv JF. D. LANE, Audubon, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, of Audu bon, is caring for the farm duties on the Eddie Baiers farm during their absence in South Dakota. For Sale Poland China spring boars. Prices reasonable. tf ANDREW C. NELSON. Peter M. Petersen and wife en tertained a number of their rela tives from Harlan Sunday. I have twelve choice pure blood Poland China Boars for sale. Pric es reasonable. tf I.L. HENSLEY. H.HP. Hansen and Miller Kyn dersen went to Omaha Sunday. They attended to business matters in that city the first of the week.^ w& *h- Pi Tb? W HE N IN doubt, light up FOR WITH one of those. $ VP mm GEARED TO your teeth*.: YOU .CAN start anything. ipj a Vf^ 1 mm didn't take much persuasion to get Chesterfields ffoing—they're selt-starters. That blend of fine Turk ish and Domestic tobaccos makes friends by the millions. Another thing —you don't find a Chesterfield smok er "shifting" brands—he's in "high'r all the time. i,'f Mr. and Mrs. Jolls spent the week-end with friends at the Park hotel. They returned to their home in Des Moines Monday morning, making the trip in their car. Mr. J. B. J. Lohner is expected home next week from Montana, where he has been looking after his land interests. Before return ing he expects to visit Wyoming and Colorado. Hamlin News Items O. C. Colee and G. W. Stetzel bunched their sheep and shipped them Wednesday. Frank Duvall drove in a bunch of fine cattle, Monday. He also put some heavy hogs on the mar ket. jrfy "7 Miss Golda Watterson went to, Mr. and Mrs. John Dicus, old Omaha yesterday where she will time residents of this city, came spend a week with her brother, over from Griswold Sunday to Arthur, and wife, and other friends, spend the day at the H. A. Nelson home Mrs. L. F. Klever returned home Thursday last from a five days' visit in Omaha. While there she I attended the Ak-Sar-Ben 11 1 Mrs. C. P. Christensen enjoy fed a visit from her sister of Coulter, Iowa. f' Albert Christensen departed for Coulter, Iowa, via Manning, Wed nesday. He will be employed there for awhile in his uncle's store. Leslie Eddy shelled and market ed about 700 bushels of corn, Tues day. Mr. John Crees did the shelling. The news comes from Judith Gap, Montana, that Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Andersen are happy over the arrival of a little baby girl. Mrs. Andersen was formerly well known in Hamlin as Miss Helen Wilson. Ralph Kness departed for Good land, Kansas, Wednesday, to visit relatives. Dr. Brooks made a professional call at the Grant Kness home, Sat urday, by way of keeping watch over the convalescence of his. pa tient, Mi si Mabel McNutt, whose tonsils he recently rernov. d. The big barn in process of con struction on the Stuart land now occupied by Art Christensen is nearing completion. Mr. and Jtfrs. Chris Peter Chris tensen, of California, arrived in Hamlin to spend a week with his nephew, C. P. Christensen, the postmaster, after which he and his wife will pass on to visit old scenes in Denmark. Grant Kness is being whipped into a trot to get fifty rows of corn out of the wav of the ruthless road graders. i,nd 1 Palace Theatre 1 1 Show Starts at 8 p. m. 1 1 1 Saturday, October iSi William Fox presents William Farnum ss in Zane Grey's Great Story 'The Lone Star Ranger* I I g. Also 2 reel comedy 'Torchy in 1 I High." 10c and 30c. D. W. Griffith's I 1 'The Greatest Question' I After life comes The mother bids her son good bye. Some8hing tells her ehe will never see him again. Months afterward grim tragedy 9 overtakes him on the bleak S 1 North Sea. The door of her 1 I lowly cottage opens—a great j| wjnd sweeps in and on its wings her 1 ved son comes to reassure 1 1 her—but see this picture. Pathe News. Adm.l0c&30o. 1 1 I Wednesday, Oct. 5th Charles Ray i'jr lUIIHIIIIHIIMlMllliaiMIHiiiiHi it if N ^to the I Sunday, October 2nd mt- mt' II i, in ^». Also a "Cornedv" Adm. 10c and 30c. uiaiMiui •MSBBSh •IIIIHIiHIIIIBUIIBIHllllHIIUIIimill iiii -1- "Clod Hopper" a I I MMIIIHlMIMIIiai i-'i f- -S •'.*£ ilMi ,-iV M), Aft Kitt V.. Vf' »«**r *,* illiMiiii SUDDEN SERVICE ft 1 I .i. .i. .j. Try lis .*. ... Voss Wood Shop Buy your blankets now while there are many numbers to choose from Cotton blankets, 3.50 to $ 1.85 Wool finish, 5,25 to 3.50 I Wool blankets, 15.00 to 6.50 -t Beatiful line of Crib Blankets at $2, 1.50, 1.15 and 1.00 A large assortment of two-in one blankets. These blankets are made single like a com forter, are very heavy and in beautiful colors. J. S. Small Williams' Cafe For Candy, Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacco BUY GENUINE American Fence We have just received a shipment of this fence, the kind to use' for tempor ary fences, or to cross-fence a field for hogging down corn. j, 4 We also have a complete stock of Crib, Grranery, Hog House and -Hen House material which we are making attract ive prices on noxv. Get our prices before going* elsewhere, for they are always right and besides i6 we appreciate your inquiries and the \U'- business you are sure to give us. Come -HOME OF THE BEST Gffeen Bay Lumber Co. ®en Jensen. Mflrr. Ben Jensen, Mgr. •il5 We will meet any competition in Exira for pneeon Chickens- And when we raise a price to meet com petition we will pay the same price to all. See us before selling your poultry--jt will pay you/ Yours for Business Northup & Nortfiup uiiHuiiaiiiii W Mi,*. 4 rt/r) Jj"' Phone 74 1 ilUBIIIlBIHIVIIIiBliliHillHllliailiVllll 'i,« 3^"v iimmnRmahirm 3ius«K MBiiHwt»rt« Stop at Short Oilers--Lunch| J. S. WILLIAMS Proprietor iiiaini 1 I I 1 Vr£ to .IS INU| 0$ 1 I'' I I •in 'Wi iP liBIIIIHIIIIHIIimiiBllliailUi wr.:\ 1^, it 3 JtJF" "'V4' Wi 1 1 A',"1.