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Wash Dresses for Ladies, Wash Dresses for Children,* gjffiiiSwirriiMiM|ttiB •Will draw the greatest, most enthusiastic crowds oft shrewd and careful buyers ever brought together by .a merchandising event in this community. -X Beginning Saturday, July 15th and Ending Saturday, July 29th Our prices for this sale will set the town a-talking, for the goods we offer in this bargain clearance event are strictly high grade, fresh stock and we have relentlessly reduced prices, regardless of cost, with a determination^ of making values so great that our shelves and counters will be cleared with a rush of all seasonable goods. In this sale our great and only consideration has been to get the room for new goods. We must have the room-hence the tremendous values you will find plainly marked in: all sections of our busy store. The quotations given here prove our claims. Read them carefully. Then come to our store. Our prices will make you money. Wash Goods v' Wash Dresses for Misses, All ready to wear at a big discount $3.50 to $4.00 Silk Petticoats for $2.75. & Price on all Millinery Goods and Trimmed Hats. 20 per cent off on Ribbons. Clothing Department Men's Suits 25 per cent off Boys' and Children's Suits 20% off Odd Pants 20% off Ladies', Misses', Children's Oxfords 20% off Men's and Boys' Oxfords 20% off Men's Dress Straw Hats 20% off Come Early as these prices will move these Great Values with a rush 7 ,'j .*/ w'%si|£®Sm3#^As VV JL"' tt -•SUsKyh £jt »ftTS .3.4,-5? 5'? VT V-* 4 Dr.C. J.Graf was here Tuesday from Villisca calling on friends. Miss Kathleen Diiuick of Brayton spent Saturday night here with her friend, Mildred Hall. Mr. Phil Bprauel of Des Moines spent Sunday with his friend, Miss Mary Powell in this city. Mr. Lysle Copeland returned to hiBhome in the .Bluffs Saturday, af ter a week's visit with relatives here. Geo. Sornsou sold twenty-two head of ho»ra to Elkhorn buyers last week, receiving six cents a pound for them. The little child of Mr. and Mrs Floyd Young has been quite sick the past week but we are pleased to report itB improvement. Misses Marie and Lizzie Johnson of Omaha speut the Fourth with their brother at the West Ilatnlin Creamery, returning to their home last week. ^v The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hay will be pained to learn of the birth still born of their infant, which occured Thursday eveoiug last. Mrs. Hay is improvingslowly. Born Tuesday evening July 11th, to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jessen eastof town, a fine chubby babe, the same as all other infants with this ad ditional start it haB two well de veloped teeth. While cutting hay, one day last week, the team of mules belonging to Andrew Denesen became fright ened and ran away, breaking the mower to pieces. Luckily, no other damage was done. One of the baloons sent up at At lantic a few days ago dropped in a vacant lot four miles north, setting fire to the dry graBS. Timely assis tance extinguished the threatened spread of a big fire. J. W. Jeosen's mother who re aides with him has been in poor health for sometime but waa taken much worae Tuesday with what her physician, Dr. Roseabladt pro nounced liver trouble. Misses Anna Ghristensen and Lizzie Gude are visiting with rela tives and friends in Elk Horn this week. The ladies carry a little sun shine wherever they go so will be welcomed into any home. Mrs. Lancelot and daughter, Mrs. Phil Hanson went to DeB Moines, Wednesday to be the guest of son and brother, K. G. Lancelot and family for a few days before Mrs. Hanson returns to her home in St Paul. Stuart Chapman, a former Audu bon County boy, who came irom Omaha on a motorcycle, while warming up his machine at a fifty mile clip on the fair ground skidded into the fence and Stuart waa pat out ot commission. A. P. Fredericksen moved Mon day from the country into the Witt hauer residence, he recently pur chased and becoming overheated was taken quite bad Tuesday with stomach and bowel trouble and is till a very sick man. The birth, still-born, of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Cochran which occurred last Friday is in deed unfortunate. The young par ents looked forward with pleasure to this accouchement, their only child having died sometime ago But this anticipated pleasure is again denied them. The Benton Bros, of North Branch drove in twenty head of two year old Hereford steers last Saturday that waa certainly prime beef and fit for any market under the sun. The Benton boys are all good far mers and when it comes to fitting cattle for market they can always be found with the goods. It certainly pertains, to a clouded condition of an editor's brains, when he takes such pleasures and pains, in telling the public (most of whom don't care a lick) about the little troubles that occur in the neighboring town. Tbey said "Smith was arrested down there and fined five dollars" while several Jones had been arrested up there and nothing said about it. Is that fair? Then John Doe made a die tarbance on the streets, was fined $5.00 and trimmings down at while two young men stole a team there, sold it in Omaha, were caught, broke jail and are free, and atill no mention waa made of the crime, Are we giving our sister town impartial news in such repor ting? Never leave home on a journey with' out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed and cannot be obtained when on board the cars or steamships. For sale by Winfrey Sc Chantry. WELLS! WELLSI 12 to 38 inches in diameter CM. ,i niTru PATTY, Route I *1: "r EXIRA You Arc Invited to come in and see the new Velve tina Toilet line at Hansen's Drug Store. All having orders in will please call and get the goods Mrs. J. M. Dimick was an Atlantic shopper, Wednesday between trains Miss Soreneon of Wisconsin is here visiting her brother, Nick, this week. Foley Herrick has been helping his son, Herbert with work on the farm this week. Misses Lola and Leah Brinkerhoff went to Anita Tuesday to visit friends a few days. George McClain returned from Canada last week, where he visited his son, Gale and brother, Jap. P. M. Christensen and wife and Geo. Milliman and wife autoed to Atlantic yesterday on business. Mrs. W- H. Jones of Hartington, Nebr. arrived here the Fourth "to visit at the Scott Herrick home for week. Rule Copeland returned to his home in Council Bluffs Tuesday accompanied by his cousin, Ray Statzell. Marshal Smith has been a very busy man this week taking down and storing his merry-go-round for future use. A b.'g ball game will be given on the Exira grounds next Sunday, July 16, at 3:00 o'clock p. m. Every body attend. Mies £llowene Dimick, with a crowd of Audubon friends, autoed up to Carroll, yesterday, to attend the Barnum & Bailey Circus. Mr. Fritz Jacobsen of Omaha, Neb. is here viaiting hia friend, Axel Borjeaaon, and alao at the L. N. Esbeck home in Elkhorn, this week. Miaa Bertha Fredericks and girl friend returned today to their borne in Boone, after viaiting at the home of the former'a relatives, Perry Parrott and wife. Mr. aud Mrs. Jim Register and children of Waterloo, Iowa arrived here Monday in their auto and visi ted until Tuesday with relativea at the Sam Harn home In Weat Exira. Don't forget the ball game next Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p. m. at the Exira Athletic Park between the Exira Athletea and the Elk Horn Hard Hitters. It will be a good game so don't misB it. Mrs. Guidinger and daughter, Louise departed today for their home in Wyoming, after visiting for several weeks with relatives. They were accompanied by Peter Kommes, Jr., who expects to remain there. Charles F. Schwager, Vice Pres. and Sec'y of the Alimats Sanitary Dairy Company of Omaha was in the city Tuesday conferring with Manager A. C. James. He spoke highly of the management of the Exira station. The many young friends of Geo. Leffingwell Jr. will be glad to hear that he is very successful as Creamery operator at Kennard, Neb. He took in and shipped 996 canB of cream during May and some over that many for June. George is attending to the business syste matically. I The following is a comparison of the conditions of the crops of Aud ubon County with records for July 1, 1910: 1910 1911 Winter wheat- 87prcl. 88 prct. Corn 89 102 Spring wheat 92 80 Rye 92 89 Barley 79 79 Potatoes 86 53 Apples 86 85 Plums 4 78 Oats 92 72 Grapes 30 87 Don't forget to attend the big ball game given on the Exira grounds next Sunday between the Exira Athletes and Elk Horn Hatd Hitters. Take Notice There will be a ball game on the Exira grounds next Sunday between the Exira Athletes and Elk Horn Hard Hitters. Everybody attend Milk Wanted The city's demand for sweet milk ia in exceaa of our supply. We need all the milk you have to spare, for which we will pay quite liberally, Call at the station. Alimato Sanitary Dairy Co. j20 A. C. James, Mgr. LostI Lost! Lost! A gold watch fob with the initial of "H" on it, the Fourth of July. Finder please leave at the Journal Office. Small reward will be given pdjSO Charles Higgins. For summer diarrhoea in children al ways give Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil and a speedy cure is certain. For sale by Winfrey ^Chantry. NMtoi umtmn Gone To Wyoming ass® -v': --H,' Mrs. Kilworth and daughter left today for Wyoming to visit their son and brother, Karl Kilworth for sometime. We hope they will have a pleasant jonrney. Speed Limit The State law now requires speed limit signs placed at each country road leading i- to town. The John Hagedorn has been having all kinds of luck fishing in Wall Lake. Last week he landed seven fine catfish, the smallest weighing three and one-balf pounds and the largest tipped the beam at nine.— Lake View Resort. Mrs. Lawton Here Mrs. H. B. Lawton of Morrison, Illinois who has been visitiog with her old friend, Mrs. Kilworth here, went to Lyons, Nebraska to visit another friend. From there she in tends going to visit a son in K9n eas City before returning home. Field Oats Burned Near Independence, Iowa a field of oats was infected with quack grass and as the giass could not be removed without destroying th oats the County Attorney ordered the trustees of the township to cut down the weeds and oats and burn them.—Duncomb Tribune. Big Gooseberries Mrs. Kilworth brought to our desk a handful of gooseberries picked from a little bush she brot to this country two years ago while on a visit to Merry England. The fiuit is as large aa the native plam at this time or about three or fonr times larger than the native gooae berry. Gone To Des Hoines Mrs. Brinkerhoff, the mother of our foreman, (the tall Sycamore of the Classic Nishna,) with ber daughter, Mrs. Irving of Victor, Colorado who together have been visiting with daughter and aiater, Mrs. Charles Milliman, departed for Des Moines Monday morning where they will visit a while before return ing to the Great West. -M ^r',^ Herein Anto Al StrutberB, his wife and Mri. Lina Delahoyde and two daughters,. Gretchen and Kathleen, all of Des Moines came through Exira in their touring car Sunday, leavibg Mrs. Delahoyde and daughters with her sister, Mrs. CharleB Milliman while Al and Mrs. Struthers went up to Hamlin to visit her sister, Mrs. W. D. Stanley. All returned to Dea Moines Monday by auto. Buy your batteries, automobile, gas engine and machine oil of tf Jobp Nelsen. Insure in the Continental Inaar ance Company. THEO.PATTY, Agt. See t'ae Woven Wire that John Nelsen sells. For Sale One 8 horse power Gasoline En gine', International make, in good repair also 1 four hole Deere shel leralso in good running order. Call on or phone tf T. H. Lastine, Two yearling Call on tf Fly Nets and Dusters I Harness of all kinds. J. W. Alsup Phone 161, Exira, -Hlf -f r-ft CstiKCT V* Ji1 tf' fl" Bigna should have been erected by July 4th but it was overlooked. Big Fish Story I •140,.. ,:1 v: if !i ifl. Hog Fence a4 Hamlin, Ia. For Sale •Msisiif Short Horn bulls. T. H. Lastine, wU Hamlin, Ia" Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S A S O I A i-^-l *, I Repairing (J?™.' quickly attended to. II r?