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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, June 09, 1910, Image 3

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The Stallion, Pastel, owned by James L. John
son, P. O. Exira County, Audubon Breed, Percheron
Stud Book (American) 41404 (Foreign) 60075 Color,
Black Marks, Star foaled in the year 1903. Has been
examined in the office of Iowa State Department of
Agriculture, and it is hereby certified that the said
stallion is of pure breeding and is registered in the
proper Stud Book duly recognized by the U. S. De
partment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Dated
at Des Moines, this 12th day of April, 1907.
Mondays at home, Tuesdays at Roy Jones, Wed
nesdays and Thursdays at Nels Reisgaara 5 miles
north-east of town, Fridays and Saturdays at Park
Livery Barn in Exira.
$15.00 to insure live colt. Mares traded or sold
or moved from the county where bred insurance
money becomes due and collectible at once. Don't
guarantee live colts in second party's hands.
Jas. L. Johnson
%. il
Oakfield and Brayton
Mrs. Larsen was shopping in At
lantic Monday.
Herbert Thielen was in town Tues
day on business.
Mrs. M. E. Jenkins was shopping
in Atlantic Tuesday.
Come to the dance at the Bendixen
ball Saturday evening.
Emil Frieze's boy is quite ill with
an attack of lung fever.
Mrs. Harry Carey is ill with a se
vere attack ot neuralgia.
Owen Ide attended the Primary as
trustee of election Tuesday.
McGovern & Co- shipped a car of
hogs to market the past week
Mrs. Floyd Freeman went to Au
dubon Tuesday to visit friends.
1. P. Hallock left Monday for
Wyoming on a prolonged visit.
Mrs. Rose Doyle started Monday
for Wyoming on a trip for pleasure.
Mrs. Mollie Hunt has been sewing
in Oakfield for some time for a lady.
Miss Yivlan Bartlett made a trip
to Atlantic Tuesday for pleasure on
Dr. Eoob waB called to Anita, his
mother being taken with a severe bi
lious attack.
F. L. Freeman started Tuesday for
Aberdeen, So. Dak. to file on a claim
he has secured there.
Miss Clara Bendixen of Omaha is
visiting friends here and her sister,
Mrs. Nelsen near Lorah.
Mr. aid Mrs. Petersen of Elk
Hotn were guests of their relatives,
A Andersons over Sunday.
Ole Jacobsen of Kimballton was
a guest at tne A Anderson home
near Oakfield Thursdey night.
Mrs. J. J. Lewis returned to Au
dubon Tuesday after a visit with her
relatives in town and country.
Jens Anderson of near Gates is quite
ill with an attack of appendicitis and
under the care of our physician.
Rev. Clingan's church services Sun
day are: Preaching at 10 80 a. m.
and 8:00 p. m.Sunday school at 11:30
a. m.
A cantata entitled "The Morning
of Life" will be rendered by the
Braytou Baptist S. S. on Children's
Day, June i2tb, 1910. All are cordial
ly invited to attend.
"r A Dreadful Wound
from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail,
fireworks or of any other nature, de
mands prompt treatment with BucKlens
,Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or
gangrene. It's the quickest, surest heal
er for all such wounds as also for burns,
boils, sorei, skin eruptions, eczema,
chappek hands, corns or piles. 25o at
Winfrey and Chftntry.
Sec. Iowa State Dept. of Agriculture
Mr. Jens Nelson, father-in-law of
J. F. Jensen is reported ill, heart
trouble being the cause.
Miss Eliza Jones was consulting
physician in Atlantic Friday, her
health being very poor lately.
"A new broom sweeps clean"
thought Mitt Horton Sunday as he
meandered out over the hills west of
Miss Letta Smith closed a very
successful school at Oakfteld Friday
and on Tuesday left for her home in
,W, ."
Messrs. Hoguesen, S. P. Dauggard
and N. P. Hoegh returned Monday
from Oslwine, la. after visiting rela
tives there.
South Dakota, the land of
perity. Come and go with UP
Dolling Land Co
j9 Exira, la
Ralph Nelson has resigned his
clerkship in the J. F. Jensen store at
llorbeck and returned to his home
northwest of town to be in the vici
nity of his sweet divinity rumor
Charley Freeman ceased to clerk in
the post office June 1st and as soon
as his father returns from South Da
kota himself and sister Miss Pluma
will go to Joliet Illinois and visit
Hans Clemensen, a son of barber
Clemensen, went to Audubon Tues
day and pocketed $5.30 out of the
County fund which he received for
53 gopher scalps. He has made sever
al dollars iust by this one occupation
The Ladies Aid Society will give
a birthday party June 22d in the S
R. Nelson building. The Ladies will
bggin serving supper at 5:30 and con
tinue until all are served. Everybody
come and bring as many pennies as
you are years old.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Onken and
her sister, Miss Dorothea Anderson
were coming to town and when go
ing down a big hill the tongue of the
buggy fell causing the horses to run
off tipping the rig over dislocating
the young lady's shoulder and bruis
ing Mrs. Onken severely.
Agent E. A. Chittenden reports
the following station business tran
sacted during the month of May:
Carloads forwarded: Cattle
shelled corn 3, hogs 9.
Cars Received: Silos 1, tile 2, ce
ment 5, lumber 2, baled hay 1, gia
vel 3, salt 1, implements 1.
Ticket Sales, $248 87.
V5 .rVr"'
Geo. Picking was in town on busi
ness Tuesday.
Mr. Henry Rabe of this vicinity,
had business calling him to Andubon
Our merry blacksmith has all the
work in his line he can possibly do
at present.
The lumber business is lagging now
owing to the rush of the farmers in
their corn fields.
Fred Nissen and family visited
Sunday with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Olsen.
Mrs. Peter R. Nissen is on the sick
list this week, but we hope she
will recover soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mortenseu vis
ited in Elk Horn with friends from
Sunday until Tuesday.
Victor Nelson shipped four cars of
bogs and one car of corn to an east
ern market the past week.
Nels Mortensen Sr. and family vis
ited at M. E. Mortensen's Sunday
and report a pleasant visit.
Gill Petty attended the Robinson
Circus in Atlantic last week and also
visited friends in Walnut, la.
Our merchants are doing a fair bu
siness notwithstanding the what is
usually called the dull period of the
y®ar -j"
Mr.'Und Mrs. George Spencer en
tertained a couple ot lady friends
from ahroad whose names we could
not learn. ",„* 7 -f't
The butchers still report a good
business especially in the country
where the farmers are .too busy to
butcher. Ik'"
Mrs. Marie Haahr and family
visited Sunday with relatives east of
Audubon, returning home Monday
Wm. Armstrong returned from
Colorado on Friday where he had
been to see his brother and look after
some land.
Agent Robertson is busy this week
making out his station report which
has to be finished about the tenth of
each month.
For Sale—Cheap if taken at onc*»
Fine organ in splendid condition,
clear, oweet-toned instrument of
very best make. Anyone interested,
inquire at Hamlin depot.
C. N. Christiansen spent Sunday
with his family, returning to Audu
bon Monday morning to be ready for
work. Cliria says be has not for
gotten how yet.
Erik Ol.'en is replanting some of
Nels Rattenborg's com while Nels is
in Rochester, Minn with his wife.
We hope to see theni back again soon
helping to take care of the pigs aud
chickens on the hill.
Ninety-nine boxes of butter aver
aging about 65 pounds each weie
WasCured byLydiaE.Pink*
ham's Vegetable Compound
Elwood, Ind.—"Your remedies have
cured me and I have only taken six
bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound. I
was sick three
months and could
not walk. I suf
fered all the time.
The doctors said I
could not get well
without an opera
tion, for I could
hardly stand the
pains in my sides,
especially my right
one, and down my
right leg. I began
to feel better when I had taken only
one bottle of Compound, but kept on
as I was afraid to stop too soon."—Mrs.
SADIE MULLEN, 2728 N. B. St., El
wood, Ind.
Why will women take chances with
an operation or drag out a sickly,
half-hearted existence, missing three
fourths of the joy of living, when they
can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound?
For thirty years it has been the
standard remedy for female ills, and
has cured thousands of women who
have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, inflammation,
ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregulari
ties, periodic pains, backache, indiges
tion, and nervous prostration.
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound will help you,
write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lyim,
Mass., for advice. Your letter
will be absolutely confidential,
and the advice free*
*,il4 "V
A ...
shipped the past week from this sta
tion for the Blue Grass Creamery
Co, showing an increase of about
double over April and the first half
of May.
Any farm owner gets a number on
the Iowa arm Gates, which will be
given away free on June25th at 3:00
p. m., by calling at. Fullerton Lum
ber Co's office in Exira. 16
Arthur Anciaux and N. J.Wilson
arrived here Monday evening on their
way home out in Greeley after a short
stay in northeast Colorado, where
the former secured a homestead.
Mr. Vern Adams was in town on
Thursday having brought in a bunch
of their valuable birds, better known
as hogs. Vern says there is nothing
like farm life and we are inclined to
believe him.
N. Rattenborg anl wife were taken
to Audubon this week in T. .II.
Lastine's auto and from there they
went to Rochester, Minn, where the
lady will undergo an operation for
tumor as soon as her condition will
When in Exira call at Fullerton
Lumber Co's office for a number on
the Iowa Farm Gates. Free to all
farm owners. See their ad in this
paper. jl6
Report of business done at station
during the month of June, 1910.
Carloads Received: Lumber 4,
plaster 1, coal 1, salt 1, agricultural
implements 1, posts 1.
Carloads Forwarded: Hogs 11,
cattle 2, oats 4, wheat 1, plaster 1,
barley 1.
Ticket Sales $81.61.
Danish Brotherhood Picnic
A large delegation of the Danish
Brotherhood, their wives, sons,
daughters and sweethearts from the
lodges of Audubon, Exira and Ham
lin held a big picnic in the Frederick
sen grove southeast of town last Sun
day June 5. The day was passed in
feasting, a splendid basket dinner
with ice cream in plenting making
up the menu aud then there were
games and dancing. The merry mak
ing ceased promptly at 10:00 p. m.
when all departed for their homes.
This town and community was
greatly shocked last Friday at noon
June 3 when word went abroad that
Mrs. Thorvald Rasmussen had sud
denly died frem what afterward ap
peared to be "Angina Pectoris" after
an illness of only about 20 minutes
and to add to the poignancy and
overwhelming grief of the bereaved
husband, he had gone to Kimballton
that morning on business leaviag her
cheerful and happy and little antici
pating the sad news broken to him
over the phone.
Anna Magrete Molgaard, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Niels Molgaard was
born at Clinton, Ia., Nov. 4, 1874
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Iowa Farm Gates
Given Away—Absolutely Free!
Commencing Saturday, May 28th at 9:00 a. m.
and continuing until Saturday, June 25th at 12
o'clock, noon, for the purpose of introducing
"The Iowa Farm Gate," we will give to EVERY
FARM OWNER who will call at our office, one
number,which will entitle him to a chance at one
of these Gates, which will be given on the date
mentioned above. Only one number will be given
to each family. This number will entitle him to
two chances, as the 9th number drawn will re
ceive Gate No. 1, and the 13th number drawn
will receive Gate No. 2, provided the holder of
the number or a member of his family is present
and presents number otherwise the drawing will
proceed as before until the person holding the
number drawn is found present. Drawing will
take place Saturday, June 25th, at 3:00 p. m.,
Rain or Shine.
Fu erton Lumber Co.
J. S. KNOX, Manager, Exira, Iowa
and died at her home in Hamlin, la.,
Friday June 3, 1910, aged 35 years,
6 months and 29 days. When a
child she was baptized in the Danish
Lutheran Church at Clinton and was
a faithful and consistent member of
the church at her death. She was
united in marriage to Thorvald Ras
mussen at Kimballton, Feb. 5, 1903.
To this union two sons 6 and 4 years
ot age and an infant girl 9 days old
were born. Besides the husband and
children her mother, brothers Chris,
Jens and Johannes and one sister,
Mrs. Acilia Grau survive her, the fa
ther having died over twenty years
ago in Denmark. A iuneral service
was held from the house at 9 a.
Monday and the remains were then
followed to the church at Kimballton
where the final services were per
formed. The remains were then in
terred in the nearby cemetery there
to remain until the great Judgement
If by oar offer last winter you
were entitled to a pair of Shears but
did not receive them, just send us a
Kept The King At Home.
'For the past year we have kept the
King of all laxatives—Dr. King's New
Life Pills—in our home and they have
proved a blessing to ail onr family."
writes Paul Mathulka of Buflalo, N. Y.
Easy, but sure remedy for all stomach,
liver and kidney troubles. Only 25c at
vVinfrey and Chantry.
Have a quarter section ia Faulk
County, South Dakota, for which
we can take some cattle or horses
in exchange. What have you to
trade. Owner bought it, intend
ing to move there but has changed
his mind. Goiog at $30 per acre.
See Journal.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
Is a thoroughly dependable car
which can be used for both busi
ness—for every day service where
mileage is money for the driver-
and pleasure. It is built as nearly
as possible like a buggy. It has all
the advantages of the regular
buggy. It is furnished with two
seats and top, or two seats with
out top, one seat and top, or one
seat withou top, as the purchaser
desires. The rear seat can be re
moved making room for freight.
Three oil lamps, horn and tools
are furnished withevery car. Call
and examine this auto and be con
vincen it is just what every farm
er wants. For sale by
Rose Comb Rhode
Island Reds
Eggs For Hatching
Pen of selected birds. $1.00
per setting of 15.
Exira, Iowa.

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