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Wm Clara Zorues vteited laetj week with relatives in Orv Howard oame up from Atlam tlc Thursday to spend the day. Pete Christensen was bus visitor in Atlantic a. few days lii 1 ago L. P. Lane and Ed Season were dowai from Audubon last of, last week. :'r J, Mt nimiiok and wife visited, over Sunday at the F. S. Watts home Audubon. Francis Hensley spent Monday •with the Nels Ratten borg children, in Hamlin. 1 Oscar Hunt was in Casey the lat ter part of the week looking after land interests. Don't fail to attend the lecture by Dr. Gray on Monday evening, January 13th. George Dye and family of Audu bon spent Sunday with her parents, M. Jensen and wife. Miss Caroline Stone was dow.i^ from Audubon the last of the week to visit her parents. Viggo Rasmussen and Olnf Jor gensen, of Audubon were New Years day callers in Extra. Miss Alice Turner went to Atlantic Saturday for a week's visit with hier uncle and family. Mrs. D. E. Schrauger and sons of Atlantic visited at the Isaac Sta zell home last week. H. F. 11a Bush and sister, Miss Le-( took Sunday dinner at the P. M. Christensen home. 'r Conrad Schwab, of Harlan, A. Hethmeler home. oame to Exira last week to visit at the E. It Miss Minerva Rabson was a friendly visitor in. Audubon, the fore part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Gordinier and son, Malvin have returned from a visit at Lewis with relatives. E. B. Voss, -Albert and Joan Baler wert to Adair on business and to visit with friends. F. L. Bailey of Ft. Dodge came to Hxlra Friday for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Wm. Fulton. Miss Linna Brintoerhoff has at cepted thte position asi piamist at the moving picture show. yr Chris Gude is home from Elk Horn where he attends school, to spend his holiday vacation. 5 Miss Edithi Quist, of Atlantic, came here Friday for a visit with' her mother yfu: the country. Frank Leffingwell, of Omaha, visited in Exira with his parents for several days last week. One of the notable events of the New Year will be the lecture by Dr. Gray, January 13, 1913. Miss Elsie Hunt, teacher in the Audubon schools came home Friday to spend her holiday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vorbees went to Atlantic Monday by auto to at tend to some business matters. Lutie Wells has moved his family from Valley Junction and isi living in West Exira for the preeant. Miss Dora Baier is helpang with, the housework at the George Milli man home a few days this week. $ Dimick and Hensley received Fri day a car carload of molasses sugar food for stock feeding purposes. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Gordinier, of Lewis, visited a few days last week with relatives amd friends here. ''Mrs. Hannah Lane came from Greenfield, Saturday, for a visit at the parental, Martin Jensen, home. Petie and Eva Schwenneker vis ited at the home of Fred Wahlert and wife in the country last Week. Lee Wood, of Liberal, Kansas arrived in Exira last week and was a guest at the Smith Burton home. Will Freeman was down from Au dubon Friday on business in. con nection with the telephone office. Remember that on Tuesday, Jan uary 7th, the special excursion tc| the Rio Grande Valley and other Texas points wil' leave Audubotq end Exira and make oomnectioda t'-t-fl •'Av.' ti*'1 •vltfe tbe special train, at Att&ntie. Mow la your chamoe for the beet kind of a vacation. C. 0. Huntl can* give you amy and Pete Jorgensen, .book-keeper at .the E. D. Cotton store, returned from Elk Horn Thursday where he went to spend Xmas with) relatives. •Mrs. E. B. Holmes, visited with her son, Alvin, and family nr.ir Adair last week. She returned to Exira the fore part of the week Mr. J. M. Car.lsen returned1 last/ Thursday from a visit in ChJariton with his wife's parents. Mrs. Carl son remained' for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Cotton, visited in Audubon one night last week at the L. E. Simpson home and also attended the dance. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christensc-m audi son, Edwin, and Ed Milliman and family were Xmas visiorsi witln Mr. and Mrs. Arley Johnson. Edwin Delahoyde and' J- B. .1. Lohner were business visitors in the County seat Saturday. They went up in the latter's auto. Miss Laura Hawks has returned to her work in lOmaha, following a pleasant visit In Exira withj rela tives during tbe holidays. Charles and Leon Porter spent th« latter part of last week at the home of their sister, MTS. Fred Wahlert in the country. Misses Minerva Rabson and Irene Porter entertained Arthur StatzeU and Lloyd Graham at the home of tbe former Xmas day. Fred Bartelt Sr., drove down fr:m Audubon Thursday in hie auto to see how his son, Fred, came out in his runaway that day. Fred Wilki-ns and wife of Atlan tic, were Exira visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hensley last week. George and Peter Petersen oft Elkhorn visited Sunday andt Mon day at the P. M. Petersen home northwest of town. 1 i.-""" Fred and Frank Voss arrived in the city last Thursday for a visit at the home of their uncle, E. B. Voss and children. G. E. Hunt, of the First Nation al Bank, speqt Xmas day in Audu bon with his aunt, Mrs. George? Hoover and family. Jesse Miller of near Adair was a -guje-sit at the home of his sisters, Mediames A1 Fredericks and Dick Simpkins Friday. F. O. Niklason, the genial horse buyer, was in Exira last week and purchased several very fine horses for the market. Mr. C. ,A. Loss of Audubon \v.i- in Exira Friday visiting old time friends. He went down to B^iiyton in tbe evening. Louie and Peter Thaniisb, oil Lake View, are here for a ten day'-:! visit with theirgirand-motber, Mrs. Peter Than ish. Holger Andersen, who spent Xm a with his brother, Neil Baren-fson and family in Audubou, returned home Tuesday. Chris Mikkelsen was down from Audubon Monday visiting with old friends and1 looking after busing matters. Dimick and Hensley shipped ''to the Valley Junction market Thurs day evening a carload of fine, fat porkers. J. L. Andersen of Wolbach, arrivt in Exira last week for a visit with his sister, Mr. Martin Jensen and family. Christmas Day 1912 was an ldc day the weatluer being the finest in the history of the present gener ation. W. E. Varney and family, follow ing a pleasant visit at Cedar Rapid with his parents have returned home. Miss Cecelia Tharnishi went to Audubon Saturday to spend the day with her friend, Miss Maynwj Mi cbeL What might have proven a geriou accident happened Friday afternoon near the Fultlerton Lumber Com- I II pa»y'e yard when very all particu.- 7 I '. William May, of the John Nelsen implement store returned home Saturday from' a visit of several days in Dee Moines witty relatives. an auto going at a terrific rate of .ltfpeed ©aine within an aoe jot knocking, jlowria pedes trian who happened" Ao be crossing the street at the time. Only he quickness of tbe passerby averted tbe accident. Autoiste. should, be more careful while driving thrpjugh the city streets.,^: P. M. Christensen and. family went to lOmaha Monday to visit at the Charles Larsen home. They are expectd home this evening, h. F. Bush has charge of the store during tbeir absence. Miss Gracte Wright, who has been working in the J. C. Riley store, during the holidays, finished Her work Tuesday of last week. She went up to Audubon Thursday to visit withv&iends. v,.."- Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen and two sons have returned' home from Auduboi), .where they spent Xmas with their daughters, Mesdames George Dye and N. C. and famiies. ... Jack Alsup and eon, Earne&f who .spent a fortnight in California with his wife's relatives and taking a loo"k at the country, has returned home, arriving here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sewell', following aa enjoyable visit in Exira with her mother, Mrs. L. cr ,7Vj, The following parties were entei^ tained at the Chris WolJPe homie on Xmas day: Wm. Wolfe and wife, J. B. J. Lohner and wife, P. Jensen and wife, Otto Baier, Miss Olga Larsen and Miss Maggie Wolfe the latter being from Avoca. Mr and Mrs. E. A. Rettom-eier, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christensen and son, Edwin, and Mr. andi Mrs. George Milliman were entertained at the home of Mr. and MJrs. J. K. VandeBrakie Christmas night. Jack Egbert, the jovial clerk in tlie E. D. Cotton store, departed Sunday for his home in' Valley. Nebraska, for a visit of several days with his mother, brothers arid sisters. He returned to his duties in the store yesterday. Barentsen The Exira postoffjpe was closed from 9:30 a. m. until 4:00 p, Mrs. Dena Rendleman, who visit ed at the Wilkins home in Atlantic, returned home Monday. She was accompanied by Mrs. Grace Wilkins who spent the day with relatives. Blain Sickles of Brush, Colorado, is vfsiing during the holidays in. Exira at the home of his aunt, Mrs Dick Simpkins and in the vicini^^ of Anita with other relatives C. Whitted, depart ed for their home at Grand Juno*' tion, Colorado, Saturday. I, The farmers are very busy at the present time hauliin® in their, .c^rp, and small grain to town, also many, of them are bringing in some choice fat hogs for the market. John Hicks has accepted a posi tion as clerk in the Oluf Jensen' store and commenced his dufcied' on New Years Day—a good begin ning for the'New Year. Charles Palm and family returned' to their home in Guthrie Center*' Sunday, following a pleasant visit here with his father, and with numerous other relatives. i... N. Hansen and family and Fiuy. Hansen and wife, went to Audutjua. one night last week to visit friends* and attend tbe Gem theatre pief ture show. An invitation dance was given at the John Egan home in the coun try Saturday night. A good crowd and fine time is reported by ihoR-a present. .: Miss Annette Delahoyde, sister of Ed Delahoyde, left the first 013 week for Colfax where she- has iind will- teach a private Kindergari-n, class. Mrs. Clifford Posten returned to her home in Omaha Friday, slue was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Seibert while here. Charley Henshaw has returned to his home in Des Moines, follow ing a visit during the holidaj-B with the Charles Houston family. Mrs. Emma Costello of Oskaloo^a, arrived here Saturday for a visit with her niece, Mrs. George 1,. Gore and family. John Nissen and family Sun dayed at the J. B. J. Lohner home. Dr. and Mrs. Grafi v'of Viliiaca, who visited in Exira at the home Sv A A I A I 1 Vfe "5" 1' V-1" m. New Years Day, and the banks wer' closed all day. The other busfhe^ houses closed at noon for the day! HrJMS'v KIS l\ Rost aft 0 I an iiar\ An Advertisement telling you about Uncle Sam's iitest^ mi innovation and^how you can use it to youi clva:-.tage.x. that can sell you goods lower than we can. of her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. John Connrardy, returned to their home Thursday evening. She was accom panied by her sisters, Mrs. L. E. Simpson and- daughter, Ramona, of Audubon and Mrs. Dr. Halloraqi and husband of Paris, Illinois, who bad been here on a visit at the pa rental home. A middle aged man while going west on, Main street Monday was seen just as he stepped on banaraa peeling and he took a seat on the si die walk without the It-act bit of hesitation. He was g.ven tbe merry ha ha and tho lan guage he used will not 'oolt v-11 in print. B. Voss, Tony Rasmussen and A. W. Harvey went to Guthrie Cen ter Friday to meet and pilot the River River Road autoist, w|ho were making the run from Daven port to Council Bluffs here to Exira Mr. Harvey went on to the Bluffs, with the auolst in the later's mai chine. Estrayed: From my farm, one and one-half miles north of Exira, about two weeks ago, a two- year old red steer. Anyone knowing tbe whereabouts of the same, pleas3 notify MATT TH1ELEN, advj9 Exira, Iowa. Chris Haseenfeldt, of Minnesota, andd Axel' Hassenfeldt, of Hamp ton, Iowa came to Exira last week to visit with their brother, Pete of tbe Hans Petersen store and the:| aged mother. Axel returned to his home Thursday while Chris will remain over New Years Day. Tbe picture show was packed to the doors Monday at both shows and '2'' *•. Beginning January 1st, our friends who are at a dLt.meecan get goods by the new Parcels Postsvstem. You can arrange with this store so that by simply dropping a line or calling us on the telephone, your mail carrier will deliver your wants at your door the next time he passes., We re getting very luxurious in these days in the country as well as in the city, IS From time to time you will be kept advised as to what we have in our stock in all lines of goods. When you need any thing and it isn't convenient to come to this store, all you need do is write or telephone and we will send it on approval. We don't mean by this that buying by mail will ever wholly take the place of coming to our store to make your selections. We would rather have you come here. The Parcels Post, however, comes to your rescue when you know exactly what you want and know that we've got it. In all such cases you can buy with just a$ much satisfaction by mail or telephone. All goods that we sell are at the lowest possible prices. There is no concern in the country, department store or mail order house We prepay the postage on everything/ SI.00 or more in value. n. GOT TON from reports the pictures were good and clear. The management did not open Tuesday nightt, so as not to conflict with the Leap Year Dance, which is very considerate of them and shows that they are en titled to the patronage of the pub lic at all times. Wm. Bintner and wife entertained at Sunday dinner at their home, the following parties: Mr. and Mrs. John Connrardy, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simpson, Dr. and Mrs. Halloran of Paris, llllinois, Dr. and Mrs. Graf of Villisca and Mr. and Mrs. L. E Simpson of Audubon. Walter and Fred Larsen, who have started up in the painting andi paper hanging business® for them selves in a building of their own, just north of the park, went to Atlantic Friday morning where they have a contract that will k-eep them there a month. Fred VandeBrake, of lOrange City, came to Exira .last week to visit at the home of his brother, Mr. J. K. VandeBrake and wife. They were all entertained Christmas day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Christensen, west of Braytom. Carl Stanley, who works for Sam Beers in the country, while drivin cattle on horseback Saturday, had the misfortune to dislqcate his left wrist when the horse eame too near a» tree and he threw out hjs arm to avoid coming in contact with tbe tree. 4 Mrs. L. A. Petermaa and children of Atlantic, following an enijoyable holiday visit with her mother, Mrs. Susan Spoo, have returned to tbeir -1 Parct'ls 'r t, We will deliver anywhere in the United States any package weighing not more than eleven pounds by mail. 4 1 1 rr FOR RENT: a*** I f-i 1 .'•( h? home. She reports her husband as having his hands full, in, fact more than his share of work since mov ing down to Atlantic. They have built a fine new home thjere recent ly. ,,N Mr. Prall, of Atlantic, took charge of the picture show here Tuesday of last wieek. He did not run that nigbt because of it being Christmas eve and there were so many enter-" tainments. Wednesday night he ran six reels and the opening, night was a decided success, many peo ple being unable to get. in,to the Show. .r-i'i Miss Anna Christensen, daughter 01" Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christensen, -living just wiest of tow.n, has re turned1 home from Omaha, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis several weeks ago. She is recovering nicely, but is still wieak. —I have a good im proved farm of 1C0 acres and one of 280 acres that 1 will rent for a tarm of five years to- responsible partaes. Inquire of E. B. Voss or phone 52 or 178. Advjan2 The lecture by Dr. Gray Monday, January 13th, promises to be one of the best entertainments, also very instructive. Don't forget the date. All who attend- the lecture, Janu ary 13th will be sure of a rare treat. Don't miss i. Henry Tibben and wiife visitedl Sunday and Monday with relatives in and near Adair. Riley makes your waloh time.—Adrv. ,, (f '5 4" if-.