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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, June 05, 1913, Image 4

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Milroy Nelson departed Thursday
tor Des Moines to visit.
Black and Brown Suedes, Gun Metal
Patent Leather Dull Kid, Nubuck Boot and
Prices are Eight.
Ed Evan® and family, of Atlantic
came up Friday to visit relatives.
Mrs. McCullen, of Scranton, ar
rived Saturday to visit her son, Joe
and wife.
J. S. Smith went to Omaha last
Thursday to spend Decoration Day
with relatives.
Mrs. J. R. Best and son went
to Atlantic Thursday, returning on
the Friday train.
Mrs. Hannah Langworthf catme
tome Sunday from a visit ini Jef
ferson with relatives.
Mesdames Ed F. and Elmer John
son went to Omaha Friday for a
tew day's visit with relatives.
Miss Anna Jensen returned last
Sunday from a visit in, Wiota with
ter sister, Mrs. Peter Branson.
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Mrs. M. E. Pardee, of Marne, who
has been here visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. G. E. Martin, went to Har
lan Thursday.
Miss Mildred Morrissey, who has
been teaching in Des Moines, came
home Friday to spend her vacation
•with her mother.
H. G. Walters came home last
Thursday from Omaha where he
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had been to visit his son, S. B.
J/1 Walters and husband.
Walter Roth Jr. went to Atlan
tic Thursday to meet his grand
mother, Mrs. Roth, of (Omaha, who
came here for a visit.
Thomas Owens and wife, of Moore
^Oklahoma arrived in, Audubon last
Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs.
Congressman W. R. Green, wife
and daughter returned Sunday
from Washington D. C. where they
spent the winter. Mrs. Green's
another, Mrs. Margaret Brown, who
!bas been with heT son in Des Moine
during the winter, came with them
and will make this her home. 5
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of this store
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to young men,
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Dr. G. A. May has returned from
a three-months stay in New York
Ci'ty where he had been to take a
further study of medicine.
Miss Anna Christensen, who grad
uated from the college in Wahoo,
Nebraska, came home Friday to
visit during the -summer with her
parents, Rev. G. B. Christiansen
and wife.
J. W. Richards returned Thurs
day from Omaha where he has been
for sometime working. He depart
ed Sunday for Keosauqua to visit
his sister.
Ralph Roberts returned to his
home in Falls City, Nebraska Sun
day after a visit here with his par
ents, A. H. Roberts and wife.. His
family remained for a longer visit.
Mrs: P. H. Paulsen and baby, de
parted Thursday for Nelson, Min
nesota where they will make their
home for the present. Paul Paul
sen, brother of her late husband,
of Nelson, accompanied her.
The Audubon Music Co. moved
their stock of goods from the J.
J. Ruhs. hardware store to the lib
rary building on South Part St. for
merly occupied by Vermilya and
Hansen.
Miss Ella and Tom Kerwin re
turned to their home in Carroll last
Thursday. Miss Ella had been in
the city visiting and Tom had been
assisting at the Jensen and Wever
Clothing store.
Mr .A.. H. Dollihide was taken to
the hospital in Rochester, Minne
sota Thursday for an operation. His
many friends hope he may fully re
cover and return to his home a
weJl man.
P. A. Dennis and daughter, of
Huthchinson, Kansas, arrived here
last Thursday to visit at the home
of his brother, J. S. Dennis. They
have not seen each other for thir
ty seven years, but knew each other
as soon as the former got off thei
train. They will entfoy a very'
pleasant visit together.
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Prof.. Hoyman departed for his,
home Tuesday afternoon. He wiil
return again in two weeks to/look
after some business matters,
Mrs. William Hay and baby went
to Atlantic last Friday where shei
visited at the home of her father'
John Petermam, until Monday .,
Mrs. Belle May and Miss Lizzie
Reed came up from Atlantic last
Friday and visited until Saturday
with relatives and friends" in this
city.v,
The number of deaths for the
past year is twenty less than for a
number of years past. This c-er
tainty speaks highly of our physi
cians.
J.. W. Jensen was out on the
streets last Saturday after being
compelled to remain at home for
several weeks because of scarlet
fever.
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Mike Noel, of the Alimato Sani
tary Creamery Co., took the mules
they had kept in reserve for hav.l
ing craem to the station here,
Omaha Saturday.
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Marshal Hamlin is busy round
ing up the water ent. If youjire
not square with the city for the
use of its water see to it that it's
paid to ithe marshal at once and
the fuu amcunt.
The Misses Grace and Celest Dark
returned to their home in Chicagio
•last Friday at the close of the
school. They will go by way of Du
i-U'th, Minnesota where they will vis
it friends for a few days.
The result of the ball game last
Sunday between Audubon and Ex
ira was Exira 5, and Audubon 2.
Statzell and Graham, the
for the home team handled tfce'jait
uation in admirable shape.
Mr. Owen Ide, one of Audubon
County's prominent farmers called
at the Journal Office Saturday. In
speaking of the effect of s,o much
rain as we have had, on the low
lands he said that he should keep
on plowing and planting until {.he
middle of June, still believing that
old Iowa would be very near with
her average corn crop in1 the round
up.
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PRISON SPRING
Many believe that a miracle was
performed at Andersanville prison
during the Civil War.- About 25,
000 men were confined there and
the only water obtainable was po
luted. Things looked pretty bad
until lightning hit the prison and
uncovered a spring, which ever
since has been known as Provi
dence Spring.
TAKE PLEiXTY OF TiME TO EAT
There is a saying that "rapid eat
ing is slow suicide." If you have
formed the habit of eating too rap
idly you are most likely suffering
from indigestion or constipation,
which will result eventually in ser
ious i'lness unless corrected. Di
gestion begins in the mouth
Fo,od should be thoroughly masti
cated and insalivated. Then when
you have a fullness of the stomach,
•or feel dull and stupid after eat
ing, take one of Chamerlain's Tab
lets. Many severe cases of stomach
trouble and constipation have been
cured by the use of these tablets.
They are easy to take and most
agreeable to effect. Sold by all
dealers.
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The many friends of Mrs. Clifford
Posten, who was operated upon for
appendicitis last Thursday, will b'
pleased to learn that she is com-?.
escing satisfactory.
Exira will celebrate for aQl that
word means. From early morn till
late at night there will be some
thing doing all day long...^35Exira
is the celebration city
A house party was held at the
Luther Hensley home last Saturday
evening. Joe Niles, of Atlantic,
Frank Bagley, of Audubon, and Lin
na Brinkerhoff were guests, ..
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Mrs. Lizzie Baylor and daughter,
of Oklahoma, arrived in the city
last Thursday for a several week's
visit with her sister, Mrs. William
Baylor and other relatives. Uh
Mrs. Mollie Dugan and Mrs. Jes
sie Orr, both of Des Moines, arriv
ed in' the oity last Friday to visit
with their brother, Will May, and
with friends.
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HAMLIN
Karl Mortensen visited friends in
Hamlin last Sundav.
H. Fredericksen sold a car'of fine
hogs to our buyer Saturday.
H. M. Mortensen is working at
the barber trade in Audubon.
Alfred Miller, of Exira, visited at
the home of P. R. Nissen Sunday.
Einer Rasmusse.n was in town last
Monday, looking as happy as ever.
Charles Higgins shelled corn for
Willie and Sherm Peppers last Wed
nesday..
The Blue Grass Creamery Com
pany put in a new ctream vat last
week.
Peter Mortensen helped do some
work for Nels Rattenborg last
week.
L. P. Christensen, of Exira, visit
ed at the Fred Christensen home
Sunday.
Jesse Nissen and wife, of Bayard
came here Saturday to visit rela
tives a fe.w days.
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Hilma Nelsen was in Atlantic
last Sunday visiting a brother. She
returned home Monday.
Mrs. Fred Christensen departed
for Jeffersen last Monday wheire sbei
will viist for a week OT so.
Jacob Jacobsen, of near Exira,
came to our burg Saturday to visit
until Sunday with relatives.
Lauritz Dam and Peter Mortensen
attended the moving picture show
in Audubon Saturday night.
H. J. Johns-on and family went to
Omaha on business last Wednes
day in hie auto, returning Friday.
Fred O. Andersen played for ai
dance in Audubon last Saturday
night. Mr. Andersen plays three
instruments at once.
The following are the names of
Brayton men that atttended the'
prize shoot here laat Sunday: J..
P. Juel, R. Juel, I. Berk, L. Hoegh,:
M. Andersen. ,,
Nels Hansen, N. L. Beck, Juhl
Philipsen, Soren Molgaard, and
John Nelsen, of Exira were in
Hamlin Sunday making arrange
ments for a 5th of June celebra
tion) given' by the D. B. S. Lodge
of Audubon, Exira and Hamiln..
State
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Ohio, city of Toledo, l_.
Lucas County, )BB*
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he la
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business In the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev»
ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENET.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this Cth day of December,
A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Ball's Family w"" *nr constipation^
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We Are Enthusiastic About This Store
'It's hard for us not to seem OVER-enthusi
astic about this splendid display of Spring
and Summer merchandise. We believe too,
that you will be enthusiastic when you seethe
display of variety and style and newness, and
the splendid values offered.
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MMlMtl Exquisitely trimmed HAT in Moderately priced Millinery,
Our line is complete in in ladies' and children's WASH DRESSES.
and look them
J, P. Christensen, cream hauler
for the Blue Grass Creamery Com
pany, was on the sick li*t last
week. His son, Fired, going the
route in his place. It is hopedi Mr
Christensen will soon be well again
as his patrons will miss him. He
has hauled cream and milk on the
same route for many years.
The Hamlin Shooting Club held
their first prize shoot here last
(Sunday. Ten prizes were offered as
follows:
George Gude, Hamlin 1st
J. P. Juel, Brayton 2nd
H. J. Johnson, Hamlin 3rd
N. J. Jensen, Hamlin 4th
R. Juel, Brayton 5th
L. Dam, Hamlin .. .. 6th 1
A. Hansen, Hamlin 7th
Otto Lauirtzen, Hamlin 8th
Willie Rattenborg, Hamlin 9th
Sorem^Sanbeck 10 th
ULCERS AND SKIN TROUBLES
If you are suffering with any old,
running OT fever sores, ulcers, boils,
eczema or other skin troubles, get
a box of Bucklen's Arnica Saiive
and you will get relief promptly
Mrs. Bruce Jones, of Birmingham,
Alabama, suffered from an ugly ul
cer for nine months and Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured her in two
weeks. Will help you. Only 25c.
Recommended by Exira Drug Co.
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over.
Closing out our entire stock of PARISIAN
CORSETS at less than cost.
$3.00 values at $2.00 $ 1.50 values at $ 1.00
2.00 values at 1.40 1.00 values at 75c
4 Pounds Seedless Raisins
6 Pounds California Prunes
3 Pounds Seeded Raisins
4 Cans Standard Corn
2 cans Pink Salmon
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SIMPSON COLLEGE
SUMMER SESSION
June
to July 25,1913
16
TEACHERS ARE YOU SATISFIED
Would you like to command* a
higher salary? Ask yourself as a
teacher, are my services worth
more? Am I teaching or keeping
school?.
Let Simpson Help You!
A review of all subjects required
for County Teacher's Certificate
will be given.
Tuition for
6
Weeks Term $8.00
No Registration Fee
Indianola is an attractive city,
centrally located. Cost of living
moderate.
New Hopper Gymnasium, with
lockers and baths will be open to
students of summer school.
Foir illustrated bulletin and furth
er information address Allen M.
Ruggles, Professor of Educati.on,
Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa.
Specials
Regular Fall Term of Simjpsoii
College begins September 17, 1913.
For Catalogue and information, ad
dress, Francis L. Strickland, Presi
dent. j"
RETHMEIER'S
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