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Audubon (Jaunty Journal Nov. 26.
PRESSING IS OUR BUSINESS but we make no claims in the way of making new men out of old ones by pressing out their joints and other deformities, but we can make your old clothes look like new by jour, j. 'u Up-Tn-l)uta Metlicils of cleaning and pressing them. This will add greatly to your personal ap pearance. A trial will convince you of this llact. Prices are rigih-t. Earl Thomas A v-~ i..! 1 3 Herman Wile & Co., BuoUo, N. As we advertise so do we conduct our business and when you see a statement above our name you may feel safe in taking it as a statement free from all ex aggeration and untruth. -Hl And so we say to you that our clothing is without equal at the price and ask you to but come in and prove it with your own eyes P. Petersen H. 111 Ex'ra,lo«t LUMBER PILES It keeps us busy to keep our 3, stookj fuill, so we can meet all de '-C mands. We am© especially prepared now to take care of ordiers r-equir W ,ing out lumber. But our stock of A** FINISH LUMBER j/ .-ia aj0O "i oompliete, injctludiing White Pine, Yellow Pin© and Cypress Fin 5+4* ish, eito. Ik Fullerton Lumber 1 Company That tille Go: man ration has done miuch for tho upl fL and edu cation of the I uniau ace is irre futable. hen we get a unbiased view of t'.ie aeliiVe:. ts of these great pope in all the hu.m.xn c livitiesi tl.iat. have dispelled daiJi n.6s by iir.&king the intellect glow we can ecsily bel.e.e that their one great idotl is "not tlhe pro- Mairtin Maa-ter sen came down to ibiiy a bunch of s'.oats onu Gjrant ICnies, but failed to riri\e a'deal. The Old Hamlin Ladies Aid had profitable me tirg tt the John and Mire. John Blake. Mrs. Harold North up from near Ross visited last week with her par ents Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dimick. Mr. and Mrs.A. E. Brow^i re turned last week from tlheir auto trip to S. D. They travpied about 800 miles. a Mrs. John Van De Brake and baby spent a fc/w days last week at the home of lutr parents, B..M. Christensen and wife. Mirs. George Fi-eeman and two daughters, Mrs. W. R. Koob and daugjhitem and Vivian Bartlett were sliopiping^ in At'antic Saturday. Dr. Koob and wife were calling on relatives in Amita and Atlantic Sunday. Miss .Kathleen Koob is enjoying a vacation and is visiting relatives in Anita. Mike iSiimimersen wiho wibb bo bad ly hurt in an automobile accident fnear 'Ajudubop recently, and wiho was tolcen to the Atlantic hospital for treatment, was able to be brougiht home Monday. LOST 10 yiairds of outing flainnel be tween Brayton and Pete Lund's place. Finder please leave at Jen seta's store in Brayton. adv 26 pd Mike Smith. Forval Rasmussen is excavating for a cellar on tha lots west of Dr. Koob's residence and will at once iconMiience the erection of a new ihome 24 by 30. C. L. Bisom, wife and son Oh as. a new at their home and L. F. Miller and 'wife a/utoed I Friday. Purnham home Wedn.sday cf last week Old Hresliyt^i lan chur Thursday night Dec. 3. tec-tion of the lap'pi ess of indi- to tthe Bazaa,r Thursday nigJit Dec. viduals but the nu ki of a nob- 3rd. ISSiSl sent struggle ly is ileal many merit in its maks questions rise, liow you reas or.ably oppose thenv :out fiist Dilly Sund. s.iys that the daice proving liliat yoi gj?.l is something is a dam able is. itution making bitter? What l:a\e we to fe or sevta.ty ve pe.c..t of the prosti dread om the domi i-.rc: of such tutes. Is tha a fa t? For heaven's p'ople? A the Alii ai ding be- sake.! is t: £.t a Is one of our tween th human rac ar.d t'l.e re. li- country's besettu plaasures a zation of this ids 1? I'or my pa it I masked ei^.,rar.ee to He 1? Is it a do not tihink Uliat iiuny l:um.'-n ef- black nd att actively gloved forts can prevent fie (r.lizataon of reaching out to 1 esxirc'.i the puri this ideal because it is an eltmient ty of youth? I only aJk of God's plan to come in ihe fuli nt es of me, wOe we a.re suffici ently! intelligent to appreciate the gift. If an irres's a 1 wave of progress grinds 1: tt Belgium into an nonent'ty ar.d scati her ppo ple to t'he four oi ti of the com pass it is only -.cider'al to better conditions. Wby, :Qien, should we grind our teeth in a-age at the people who are ridiqgt on the crest of this wave? They ire only in strumental in the han^s of God. You may crush 'tl em but you can not stop, the wave. w'll go on ward to tie shirts of life's sea alnd deposit its beautif. 1 shells at our feet. Oh, w! at a g~od O eator! to turn the ashes of our ambition into pearls. Many hpppy faces veal the fact that corn huski-g is ne^ring the finish. bazaar The -in 11n n.a:l cavrier is ex cited over a dollar raise in salajy. Crank up your Foid and come l^r type if man, and tl.e achieving of higher excell nee in all the de- The O'.d Hara-in M. E. congrega. paitments (f life," ES stated by 'tion is emib:irr f.singly divided on Prof. Kuno Franoke, of Harvard. If tin- qu itn of the propriety of the Gernia.-. are now struggling for 'having church Lazaar in the the realization of th's lofty ideal church. Seme gs.d the church „s God spee the day wren the he.irt a* some such pi as tihe Holy of of Europe's social ody w'll be fill- Holies so sacred ,s to be contamd ed with Teutoi ic blood to flow out nated by Jie me rim'.lit of a. bazaar, aoid quick: tha sorci'd and mor- while otlurs tl.ere are who look up bid intellects until the masses are ou the c'l.urc as a structure to ac-l ... I There was a surprise par at tlhe moved by a si gl ni of puipose commodate and facilitate all forms to reacili tint b'jau iful plain of of Christian act:\iy. The bazaar is existance that t' abo ideal re- a form .of Chris.iai activity g/ot en veals shimmering in the dist nee. «P materially assist the tuse After wci ft-ke it for anted that of Christ. If it will defile a church Germany was push in the pre- there must be Ti'.e Ladies A'd of OLd Hamlin has accumulated ma erial and formed the plans jr a big cihurcih bazaar to take plgoi in the Old Presbyterian church Thuisday eve ning, Dec. 3. Sup. er wSll bei served in a way that you sit down and eat as uietly as you do at home and the gocds will I Id as they are sold at a country ttcre. Flanls! are beirg 1 .id to hold a revival in the Old mlin church early in DHCutnler. Hie Pr sbyterian ehu oh building of Old Hamlin, which hrs long been deseirted and stleit, wis sold re cently to D. B. Anden&en who will utilize it on his fa: m. Perhaps "Doc" will abso: some pious thots from the old ruin. -Geonge Picking has kindly con sented to be j'lrsitcr f.r the Old Hamlin M. E. church. Mr. and Mrs. Ma sh•-» 11 McNutt autoed over to t' Cmthrie line Sunday a- spent the day with Mr. 'to W-iotia Sunday and »p nt the day with Mr. and Mrs. R. Miller. Rev. Eli Looney will hold services at the Baptist Ghu:ch in Brayton on Sunday Nov. 29. Morning ser vicep at 11 A. M. and evening ser vices at 7.30 P. M. Miss Agnes Miller commenced teaching her fi:st term of school Monday at the Cant cr school house in Oakfield Twp. S. P. Daugard is having a barn built on his lots soutih of Nels. P. Hoeglh's neiw heme and will build a modern ho se there in the spring. Mirs. Merle Ri.ppey and Mrs May Mcdermat^ of Carson wei'e visiting their uncle Isaac Smith and family last week. Roscoe and Gussie Smith went lo Atlantic last Thuisday to visit their aunt Mrs. John Peterman. J. F. Jensen bad business cal ling ihim to Ani'a last Thursday. Mrs. James Latrsen, Mrs. John Nols and Nora Larsen were At lantic visitors last Thursday. Miss Vivian Bartlett spent •urday night in Anita. EaTl Ht ath ai:d wife have care of a very si bab Sat^ Mts. Il'di mu^son wflio is staying at the C:''S Jerness home south of town. s. very ill. A bnl'y irl was born to Mr. and Mrs. [ike Simmersen last Friday. Mr. and Mts. Nels B. Hansen hav botfn the S. P. Daugard and w'fe wera cei ling on iends in Atla it Mod "v. Hery and Mary Daug id went to Harlan r.day to visit a few days at the I-' be J. Hans home. VIOLA VIOLETS \X 44» M. D. Crow was in Coon R:pids ou busin es Saturday. Hazel filler left Friday for a visit with rel:.tiv 1s at Moline, 111. Walter i:obs of West Plain'es Mo. came Saturday for a -visit wit'h his brothers John and Mat tin Dobs^ Leonard M-antz who has b.en work ing Por Jack Davis the past season returned his home in West Plaincs Mo. Thursday. Ifjt| Bprt Yqui so:i:e ^nti-G-odly.„eU heme Friday evoning in honor of M'ss Lela's birthday. iA large crowd of young folks were there and all reported a fine time. George Pfiester of Carroll was here on business Thursday Loiuis Crow and lady friend at tended t' show in CSa.rroll Wed nesday evening. Several of the Viola young folks anenaed the op-pii:g of the Roll er skating rink in Dtdham Thurs day nigiht. School opened ft Cameron No. 1 Monday with M'ss Vera Wilson of Dt-dham as teacher. Lutte' Wallen cf Hasewell Oolo. has been visiting relatives at tlhe M. D. Cirow and Dana Clifford homes the past week. Everitt Zaigeir w.-s a business vi sitor in O ay Saturday. Rtob Gfreenlee and family spent Sunday at the Georgs Shoemaker home. S Mirs. Lou Hoclhstrasser is con fined to her bed with an attack of Rheumatism. Jacjk: Davis wtasi a Dedhamj busi ness visitor Thursday, Mildred Crow visited over Satur day nigiht( watlh her sister, Mrs. W. & ON LEGS IF DESIRED Mfl JE5TK- NEVER-BURn tOOWER 5TEnmE(?-tULLEMCER-flNC-[iRninEP? HEnVY-^TflmPEEi-IRON-mflRBLElZED UETTLE: 18 "^4 A X' *V V*) 'k-f, „. H. Horning. SlaSfW -1 *3 5 lllilisisiist MAJE5T1CRANGE5-AREMADEINALL-51ZE5AWD5TYLE5 OZ-flLL-TOPPE^MEfl-KETTLE 14 VZ- ?1LL-COPPER TOFFEE-POT 4?* i*. A good many of our good loyal CUE- tomers have answered our call of last v* week and have settled up their ac fci|I counts, but we still have a whole lot of unsettled accounts on our books. Now don't forget that we close our years business on Dec. 1 and if you have an account whether new or old, big or small, it mhst be settled before J? v. Green Bay Lumber Co. "Home of the Best' M. R. Terhune, Mgr PALACE THEATRE A Complete Change of Pictures Daily We show the best pictures acted by the WORLD'S GREATEST ACTORS and the Hearst Selig News Pictorial— alwajs -1 in the lead with ihe best and latest views tx Ganuine European War pictures every Monday and Friday. Matinee every Saturday, 2:30 p. m. Evening shows, 7:15 p. m. There wes a party at the Jim Jensen home in honor of Miss Qar rie's birthday. 1 We extend you an invitation to visii our store dur ing the special sale and demonstration of the Grea.t Majestic R.a.nge A special representative from the factory will show you why the Majestic bakes so perfectly and heats all the water wanted with a minimum of fuel. Don't fail to come. One week only, Monday, December 7 to Saturday, December 12. John Nelserv, Exira, Iowa Children's Da.y» Tuesday, 3 to 5 p. m. $8 set of ware free ask *.bout it, .r«i .^4 :V Page Seven. MANAGER. We take all kinds of Produce at HIGHEST MARKET PRICES. I T* HANS HANSEN Mngr. advtf. Rethmeiers ol 1 storeL Send us your news items. HEnvYitinRBLEiZED-p'L'awn^-pnri inR5E-riEVER-8URn-u L«ippiii«-pnn: 2-?rann-r(EVER-iREa EURn-lVIRca-DRIPPING-pnN5 5MMLL-CRIP-Pnrt5 hi I ^4-^vV ••j'vfet' Sr.- rK-* J^rr- cnn-niso-BE U5E^-fl5 ROT?TER ,v -J1