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C. Hanson -went to Des Moines
Thursday on business.
H. M. Duvall went to Des Moines
Thursday om business.
Will Mushrush went to Casey last]
Saturday on business.
H. J. Mantz returned Friday from
a trip to Council uffs.
Arthur Lamb returned Saturday
from a vi«i!t in Atlamtic. A*
G. E. Kellogg went to Council
Bluffs Thursday on business.
Miss Liiilian Foley returned Sat
urday from a vls.t in Brayton.
Miss Ethel Asquith w:nt to At
lantic Sunday to visit relatives.
Rev. G. B. Christiansen returned
Thursday from Blair, Nebraska.
Chris Kraft left Thursday for
Ithaca, Nebraska to visit his son.
Mrs. Molli© Shallow returned last
Thursday from a visit in Atlantic.
H. G. Mendenhaffi and Sam Carpe
returned Friday frcm Des Moines.
Jesse McNary cane d-own frcm
Manning Sunday to v^sit relatives.
Attorney Hal Mantz was attemd
ing court at Council Bluffs, lasit
Char. es«Jennings of
Sunday in Audubon
Cari«].l spent
with his par­
F. ank Herndon retunned Sunday
from a business visit in Council

Miss Eunice Cooley returned to
her home in Lo.ah Sunday alter a
visit here.
Mrs. Roy Prather returned Satu
day from a vis.t iini Brayton wi'hi
her parents.
Jaines Keightly returned Friidaj
from Council Bluffs where he had
been on business.
Miss Nora Hunt and Mrs. C. H.
Sampson returned Friday from a
visit in Manning.
Mrs. Aichie McVicar returned
from Des Moines Thursday where
ehe had been to visit relatives.
Mrs. Shexm Wright amd baby re
turned home Thursday from a vis
it in Atlantic wdth her parents.
Jens Amdeisen returned to his
home in Albert City Thursday after
a visit here at the Hasimus Willi son'
Andrew Kevan returned horns
Saturday from Lorah where he had
been to attend the funeral of his
Mrs. John Kuhn and daught.r,
Ethel, returned home Saturday
from a visit with friends in Dts
Mis Robert Evans and grand
daughter, Elsie McCleran, wient to
Omaha Friday to visit relatives.
Mrs. V. Horton, formerly of this
city but now of South Dakota, waa
in the city Thursday visiting her
Si Henry Kile and son, Earl and fan
i",y returned Thursday fiom Coun
cil Bluffs where they had been no
business. 4
Mrs. M. T. Foley and daughter,
Clara went to Atlantic Friday to
visit thtelr daughter and sister, Mrs.
P. A. Casey.
Hon. John C. Bonwell visited in
Des Moi.nts last week and anciden
tat'ly renewed acquaintaxnce» at
the House of Representatives.
Ralph Ballou, a former Audubon
County boy, but now of W.lcOx.
Canada, who has Le.n .ia this vic
inity all winter, returned to his
noit e:n home- a tew days ago.
Mrs. George Pfiester, of Carrol.,
returned 'ihurscay from a visit in
Marengo with her aunt. She will
vis.t here with her parents, Joi-n
Reiiftle and fa berore returning
Uncle HI Mi.ndenha.il is interest­
ed in another patein.t. This tiime
it is a foldinig carpenter's bench.
The old genitilcunian is very success
ful in launching h's new ideas whic
are practical and useful.
Mr. Peter Hansen visited his
cousin, N.els Chr etensen and wife,
a lew days the last of the week in
Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Chris.em
sen are royal entertainers and
we venture that Mr. Hanson will
be well paid for his visit.
The great Audi:.ben County h'e
fer case was argued last Friday on'
motion for a .new trial on the part
of defendants. Motion was over-j
ruled and judgment rendered in^
favor of plaintiff for tbiree tiimis
|he value of the heifer, fB6 and
eosfe.—Coon Rapids CKtaen.
Henry Kile went to Guthrie Cenr
ter Monday on business.
Wm. Mushrush returned Tuesday
from a business visit in Casey.
Henry Jacobsen returned Monda
•from a business tr'p to Des Moines.
Cecil Moon departed Friday for
Canada where he will spend the
Miss Jesse Hoover and Wr:n
Lane visited f.d nds in Atiant c,
Mrs. Maggie Craney of Atlantic
spent the day in Audubon Tuesday
with friends.
Mrs. E. F. Bilharz returned Tues
day from Chicago, where she has
been visiting.
Martin Mogg returned Tuesday
from Knoxville, where she .,, has
been for sometime.
E. S. Van Gorder and wife re
turned home Monday ,frcm a v'«it
in Mo.ne3 with l.tives.
Mis Myrtle Smith of Coon Rap
ids arrived in the city Tuesday to
visit er stei, Mrs. L. V. Puiver.
J. C. Fisher and wife went fa
Manning, Thursday, to visit their
daughter, Mrs. F. J. Mantz and tam
ily a few days.
Mrs. H. W. Wilson re'urned to
Audubon Sunday from a visit in
Atla.tic With her daughter, Mis.
Chester Marlin.
Irve Jones has .gone back to Crin
ada to spend the smmer after a
three month's visit her=/ with his
mother and b:oth.rs.
Mrs. Wm. Layland and Mrs. Ch^s.
Bagley returned Tuesday from Hot
Springs, Arkansas, -where they have
been .for their health.
M.ss Emma Rhubee was marr,ed
to M.r. Don- Smouse, on Wedinesdaj
March 12th, at the home of the
bridfe's parents, Frank Rhubee and
wife in Audubon County. The
solemn word9 wer.£. pronc'uinced by
Rev. Chas. Brown of Coon Rapids
in the presence of a large company
of relatives aind friends—Coon Rap
ids Citizen.
Sad Death
Clara Belle Evan® was born near
Dedham, Iowa, S.ptember 14, 1891,
and died of ptomaine poisoning on
Feb. 26, 1913, at her home iin Pu
•ru, Iowa, at the age of 21 years, 5
months aind 12 days. She was a
graduate of Dedham Hig Schoott
worh League and Sunday School,
a social and religious worker, Ep
worth League and Sunday School. S
She was married to Dr. J.
W. Carver of East Puru, Iowa, at
the home of her aist.r, Mrs. Frank
WiUon at Manning on! January l,
1913. The remains were interred
at Hil'.sidie cemetery, Dedhami, on
Febrairy 28, Rev. St,rod and Scrog
gan in charge.
V. L. Culver
A Poj/u lai- Young Mi. in Selected fo.
his l-i/lncs-B Dtiiiieqlxir by
tin Adiidi'ing Ooiusditiuiiecy..
M.r. V. L. Culver received the
unanimous vote for school director
i-n Audubon. Vein's tiree year
term has just ended and ha was
re-akcted without opposition. Mr.
Culver came to Aud'uboin when the
ciity was quite youmg and has aj
ways been a hustler for business.
His high, sense of honor and deter
mination to do right to his follow
man has made him many friends
socially as well as in a business
way. The mailing firm of Culver
and Compamy, of which he is a
member, have the refutation of
being honest men and gentleman.
The respected mother of Dr. Ro
se mbaldt fall on a sidewalk and
received an injury to her thigh.
Mrs. Rosenbladt :"s living in Aud
ubon wlfile the Doctor removed to
Des Moines some time since. Al
though the injury is a severe one
and causing her much incon
venience, alt hope she may recover
the shock. ,,
Retiring from Business
TMity-Ffve Yeas ct' Ac
Hive liusiiKPs 1-uisuitoi is ,Hvc
iiH 'iii The (|i* Pi olV.t-si.on WiOik 'ut
lCnuiuies. Kenv rk«l:lo C«f.«oer.
The firm of Nash and Pheips
started in Exira in 1877 when
that city was the Coun Seat of
Audubon Counity. The Chicago Ro.k
Island Railway Company as
building into the county at ili^t
time and later platjted Audubon
when® the company made their ter
The new firm with the Rur-cffs,
VamGorders, Soars and some ohters
purchased lots there, and moved
their "shingles" to that city which
more recently became the metropo
lis of Audubon County. Since that
time the firm has been a fixture im
Audubon Co. doing a large bus
iness in Real Estate, Insurance,
Loans and Law. The firm has had
several associated with them to
look after the law department of
which we recall Messrs. Holmes,
Green, )now Congressman^ and Co
Fortune hath smiled on the firm
and they have been favored with\ a
satisfied patronage and in conse
quence built a big business. Thie
new firm will be made up of A.
Arnold, Attorney J. H. Ross and
Karl Rasmussen, all well known to
Audubon County and after July 1st,
Howard E. Kittell, Ex County Trea
surer, wil! be the inew firm's ab
stractor. The new firm will be
known as Arnold, Ross and Ras
Albert Wilson purchased a new
Ralph Shannon visited Sunday at
the Charlie Foss home.
John Wahlert sawed wood Tues
day for Gsorge Schlater. *-~v
Miss Ethel Tibben spent Sunday
at the Geonge Meyer home.
ss Lau.a Ti-bl en spent Suv.d
with August Damm3un and wi.e.
Otto Sehlofeldt is visiting at tho
hbme of his brchir, Walter Schlc
fei dt.
Mr. and Mrs. Peti Nelson spent
Sunday evening with Albert Wilson
and wife.
Alfred Prohaska bought a f.'tae
young horse f,om Elmer Boehme,
last week..
has hauled out lum­
ber p.eparatory tc building a sum
mer kitchen. ,.
Robert Meyer and Dewey and Let
naid Kn€g.8 visited Sunday ,.a,6»vi In
Everette Bay or.
Mrs. Albert Wilson is visiting
her parent®, Mr. Knudsen and wife,
west of Exira.
Miss Smith, a trained nurse is
carir.g for Mrs. B.rt Pine during
her serious illness,
Jol.n Schlater Ceipartcd Mondsy
evening foi- Canada, where he will
work the coming smmer.
Charles Faga sawed wood for
Charles Newman just over the I ne
in Guthriie Coun:y, last week.
Quite a number of farmers com
menced ploughing Wednesday but
soon found that spring had not
come to stay.
August Damman has purchased ai
eighty acre farm of Amos Tibben
and intends building a house and
barn on the same this season.
Baker and Hocamp are moving a
granary for Chas. Faga from where
he lived 'last year to the farm he
purchased from John Hammann.
The pupils and teacher, Miss
Saxton of Audubon No. —, are en
joying a week's vacation before be
ginning the spring term of school.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hansen re
turned home Friday from near
Elkhorm, where th*y attended the
Silver Wedding of Mr. Hansen's par
Mr. Sam Jensen of Atlantic, for
merly of this township, was selling
stock food here Tuesday, and inci
dentally traded horses with Roy
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stephensen
of Anita attended the funeral of
their sister-in-law, the Late Mrs.
Henry Stephensen in Ex,ra, .ast
Query Why there is a new foot
pa! to the Albert Wilson home
and the one north from' Henry Tib
ben's to Henry Hansen's dislocated,
last wieek.
Among the Sunday visitors were
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker at Wm
VanAernam's, Mr. amd Mrs. Wm.
Baier at the Mrs. Fred Baier home
and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hocamp
at Mr. George Scheekr's.
ss Hilda Jessen -a very si'l:
at her liorn. on Madsen Street
J. C. B. Anderson of Marne v,-as
in this vicinity part of last week.
Chris Sorenson Jr. visited his
friend, Emery Peterson last Sun
Miss Alma Jeneen went out to
•visit at the John Lange home la't
x. y-r
Mr. Lars Lars
en of this place
has hired to Emil Fredricksen for
this season.
Mr. A. G. Boosa was a passenger
to Atlantic Monday where he tran
sacted business. 5
Mies Emma Lange is working at
t-he home of her 'uncle, Chris Lange
and wife this week.
Gerhardt Kirbegaard is slowly re^
covering from the accident that
he had some time ago.
P. A. Peterson and wife and some
of the young folks were Sunday vis
ors at the Chris Lange home.
Miss Edith Kevan, one of the
school teachers, is quite ill of ton
silitis at the J. C. Johnson home.
Edna Peterson has been doing
the hosework at the Boose home
during Mrs. Boose's recent illness.
Rev. Wesgaard has been conduct
ing a series of meetings at the
Baptist church, the last week or so
Henry Johnson, south, Jacob and
Fred Jacobsen, returned Saturday
from a visit with relatives in. Luck.
Miss Lizzie Peterson returned to
her home last Friday, after work
ing at the Jim Petersen home at
Mr. and Mrs. Knud Peterson have
moved from north Maim Street to
their new home on Madsen Street,
last Monday.
ss Laura Fredericksen! was show
er.ed by a good many of her girl
friends last Saturday evening. A
fine tiime is reported.
Finally, the people living in Sub.
Dis'.rcit No. 2 Clay township, was
granted a n-ew schoolhouse, whicll
they certainly needed.
Dr. Robinson accompanied M. P.
Peters, to Omaha last Teusday,
where they will consult a specialist
as to Mr. Petersen's health.',
Invitations are out for the wed
ding of Miss Laura Frdeerickson
and Nels Juelsgaard, wheih takes
ace at the bride's home, Tuesday
•of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Petre Nelson, who
lives nearly a mile south of town,
went to the Nevada Sanitarium last
week where Mrs. Nelson will take
treatments for awhile.
Wo.d has been received here that
M'ss Agnus Christiansen, formerly
of this pla-c who is visiting with,
relatives in Denmark, was mar
ried recently, to a Mr. Juh.l, a
painter by trade. He is working
in, Chicago.
At 2 o'clock p. m., March 12th,
Miss Dora Skow and Mr. Alfred
Damsgaa.d werj married at the
home of the grcorn's parents, Mr.
and Mis. Chris Damsgaard, who re
side about 2 1-2 miles west of
town, Rev. Jersiid performing the
ceremony. The groom has spent
most of his life in thiis locality and
is well known. The bride is a
stranger to most of us, having come
from Schel ler, Iowa, just rec&ntiy.
We wish that happiness and pros
perity might be theirs.
Peter Haahr visited his mother
here last Sunday.
Peter Mortenseni started work in
the cement factory last week.
Carrie Sandbtck was a south
bound passenger Monday noon.
Leola Sweezy of Audubon visited
over Sunday at the W. Crees home.
Marie Bladt of Audubon visited
at S.mon Chr:stensen's over Sunday
Li 1 He Petersen returned from
Des Mo.nes, Fr. day, after a wseks
Peter Lang aind family visited at
the Jacob Anderson home, last
Ella Petersen, who is going to
school in Audubon, visited with
her folks over Sunday.
An::ie Kyhnn who has been keep
ing house lor her brother, John,
is now staying at home.
Peter Lund Petersen has hired
out to Erik Jorgensen of near
Shartm for this summer.
Ne.s Andersen, who is working
for Pete Mort.nsen of near Elk
Horn, visited his parents over
H. M. Mcrter.sen of Audubon
came down on the train llast Fri
day aitvnnoon and stayed -until Sat
urday morning.
H. M. Mortenstn came down on
the tvain last Saturday to visit
frierds until morning when he
weut back to work.
Ida Kyhnn came up on the after
noon train from Exira last Wed
nesday to attend h«r brother, John*
wedding. She went back Thursday
morni ng, wheie she is learning to.
-.%• Vr^kSi.-
About twenty-five of Mr.
Mrs. John Kyhnn'* friends of
Hamlin, gatherea it i. n
last Saturday evrM^c. rr
was spent in playi ca dJ r.n'
ing. A .fine lunc-i vf
about eleven o'cit uU
2 o'clock they departed
A quiet weiddpt wa. pi.'t
last Wednesday alternccn at
5 o'clock, at the om( oi
Mrs. Rasmus Nelsoe's aoju.
and one-haJf miles west ot
when their daug ter, A. aev
united in the ho)v bonus ot
mony, to Joha hnin Evrv.
homes. A fine tim? w-i le ,o
Christiansen of Ad bot) pern mini crop of lies and hypocrisy. Safeguard
the ceremony an *16 oreseti of the measure w?- restrictions, limit
only a few relative atr- r- is. the number of times the question may
Mr. amd Mrs. Nlaeen of neai i: unlit
and is a highlv res^ec'-eci oung
Mr. Kyhnm is so "*. and
Mrs. Goorge KyhEn of ,iear imli^j
and has many 1. md-. 1. art
both excellent yon: 5 Onie.
They will go t« fariniae tb^
Nels J. Nelaen fa' .noo'ir miles
south of here wh-'nei 10 in armel
last year. Wa
Miss 'Olga R«y
spending this WPit
Ma dsen home.
loo Late to -.vt-K
Mrs Kock cetebrsied he:
birthday, Tuesday
*c 1
otijil arjan
at -.Te Hdn:
i.'€ .-r
Mrs. Nissaiger hrs
to heir bed tho lasi
countt of & very 1st.
on ac-
•in a
Mirs. F. Grumstri
The Kitmbalitoo tcoa
ciety will hold a niizaat
afternoon, March tb 1
nasium Hall.
Edward Jensen, Valae
sen, Vedrik Hartv.i!»eefi
Pedersen rettirne inn:
Grand View Collet
r. and
Mrs. H. Hansen 0 Tik orn spent
Sunday at the tuv forgensen
Aid So
the Gym-
ar Peder
md Hans
from the
At 2 o'clock to iif mbailton
March and thei etioir s-ing two
Nels H. Nelseu
member of the fee
Williamsburg :urnal-Tribun«t-»
Yes, the Shankland bill should p&M
at in the Iowa legislature. Not that it
fSvSjv." will tfford an advantage to the frianda
.• of temperance cr to the friends of
t: the saloon, but because it ia the hm
and democratic method to employ in
the settling of a question left to th«
choice of the people. If it ia not right
.. to submit the question of saloon or no
saloon to the be Hot, then it is not
right to submit any question to the
JHd ballot and our whole schema of popu-
lar government is a farce. In every
•wn, instance where the mulct petition is
wao circulated, both *he friends and ene
.itri- mies of the me??ure have resorted to
Chiurch, Monday, iv, aircJ" Oith, Jene. state where women have had an-op
West was married io .d: un Over- partunity to vote on the question are
agiairdj* Rev. Jorgenssn ctficiated. the laws for the control or suppres-
The church was citar.uingly decor si° °f the liquor traffic up to th«
ated with plants n.i in lies. Miss average in severity, points out tha
Lydiia Madsen plav-rt 1 Wedding
The brida wort -1 vn of white
silk and a rich. Aflar the
ceremony about 21 3ts gathered
at the T. G. Muliei ime and a
dainty supper was /^id. The rest
of the day and ei en:. .g was spent
dn social manner.
Mir. and Mrs. Yvpst will make
their home in Klariv iton.
join in hearty congratulations.
The KlmbaiUtor
Departmtne held
ing, Tuesday nlg-it the
tactics that ma!:s for a fine and fat
Miss Nelsen is la rtH'i:?lr-- o^ submitted, gi'ard against any pos
sible "colonization" in a county in
and happy life.
which the question is ap for settle-,
ment, do all this, do anything that i^
fair, that is rht, but for the saka
of honor amor." men and peace at
home permit the voters to express
their honest convictions on the mat
Dyeraville Commercial: The
Shankland bill to be introduced in tha
next legislature, is the topic of much
discussion throughout the state of
Iowa. The bill is one to put the ques
tion of saloon license to a vote of tha
people under the Australian ballat
system, 4aing away with what ia
termed the petition of consent, and
giving every voter secrecy at tha
polls. The law is aimed to do away
with extensive court litigation, which
has existed under the present system
ir. which proper signatures of tha
voters has been the contention.
Decorah' Journal:—The Shankland
bill, now made famous by long dis
cussion, is a subject of debate in tha
Iowa legislature. The Shankland bill
in brief provides for the decision
saloons by secret ballot. The writer
favors such a proposition. It would
do away with the pulling and drag
ging and consequent hard feelingt
that attend the present petition meth
od. But the big argument for th
Shankland bill is that it is fair to
both sides—it provides for the rule oi
tha majority.
Marion Register:—Notwithstam^
ing the common belief th|at women
are more favorable to prohibition
than men, it is noteworthy that in no
-V Iivov nw wi^ Wiat 111 U\
as e'ected
ol Board
Nels Sorenson 1
confi )ed
T'he Misses Ar.
Overgaard ce'et:
day, Monday.
If you like Lj
If you'd have t.
help h°r grow.
thing to do, ler
oin you. You'll 1
through don't
want to make
itf the other fc
blame. Spend
town, Vhere v-'.1
down: give
the house these da-, a on account ol marked as one who does not believa
a bad cold and s.i- throat in majority rule through the medium
and Gudrut of the secret ballot.
tlieii rth-
7 1 Sl
it? fOllO vt 3 tO I? I
Dettjer »hen i:j.
know. If ys. -j
•t, get
lis it
till tine
1 uil co
-i game.
1 -n»ir".
ho's .0
usied to giving
style Throw
rocks awhile,
low roast shi
a gho^t oiec!
boos* a a
sttrarver from
tell Hm who
—and ake
B, chr
oi.ets t:i
thie o'
ni ia8
corr es
faJter, ever
thia* t^e- stui
lt art
t: itl
Nm»er brant
hint Oaa d*y
of *it
•f «iaad
id toJ..
H* te
't «8«'
hi* doctor abott^
his mteb (kw
wo tetli
ing tha ha
Anamcsa Journal:—Mr. Shankland
the author of the bill providing that
the voters of Iowa shall have the
right to cast their ballot in deciding
the only public question in Iowa that
is not now decided by the ballot—the
saloon question—was returned to the
legislature by an increased plurality.
Let us. If the ballot is a better way to sa
I lect all our officials, to decide our bond
\Munt?ar Fire issues, to settle our school questions,
regular meet-j to decide on whether or not we shall
Bay Lumber Conn3- /'s Office
The election hetu Monday tc
decide if Johtn N-.te- 1 was to hold
a twenjty-five yeax" franchise for
an Electric Plan: s-ja.ii«d by
45 Yes and 2 No
bave municipal improvements, why is
it not the best way to decide the liq
uor problem?
Mar.son Democrat:—The Shank*
land bill may not pass this session ot
I the Iowa legislature but if it fails
to every man who opposes it will ba
Webster City Freeman-Tribune:—
If the people of the entire state of
Iowa ever again get a whack at tho
.ead th6 res'-, saloon, from the silent recesses of the
en thei rf's an^ voting booth, there will not be enough
left of that damnable institution to
make a respectable funeral.
Mason City Times:—The saloon
should be banished from the land. It
should be banished from 'he capital
city of Iowa especially. But it should
be abolished in an open, square fight.
I you Morally the saloon had no right to
,e ynu.: exist. Legally it has a right where a
-. ad 3j majority of the voters are in favor of
|p1 tlie open saloon.
wo^k' .. :.-v.
.rut. Clinton Herald:—Some sensations
nave developed at Ottumwa in the sa
consent appeal being heard be­
Judge Anderson at the district
^Tcprin't court. Three man, a father and two
bons, testified to receiving a total of
1 $10 for tlie withdrawal of theirnamea
1 from tha consent petition, while oth
ers tatttflad they were induced to sign
1 withdrawal* through undue inlluene*
and falaa statements. It is to avoid
thaaa things that many men who
ara twafamncs advocate* have
Tjuwoi tha tfceary ttat tha

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