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You never tasted 1UU IlCVCi lildtv Jaintier, lig liter, f'uf..iff biscuits than l!sr «. /v daintier, biscuits baked v. They're aLvcys good delicious, For Calumet in- jt Bures perfect baking RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago* Illinois. Paris Exposition, France, March, 1912. lA\ baked v.-ith Calurue 'nj t. Tfmmsr ^X$AKlNG P0V/D& Sil'CAGO Wis 'v •^v JP |S»i 4 You don't save money when yon boy cheap or big-can baking powder. Don't be misled. Buy Calumet. It's more economical—more wholesome—gives best results. Calumet is far superior to sour milk and soda. We Pay Cash for Poultry, Eggs and Cream I Copyright Hut Schaffner ft Mats Also sell "Malony's Qualitv" and "Round Top" coops, the best in the marker. It will pay you to see these coops before buying elsewhere. Exira Produce Company FRANK BATES, Buyer Exira, Iowa 'V' Tr- if 1 tti&r JRjATOYN AJMiD OAKFIELD. iMrs. L. P. Kaamus6cii and Mi.s. •fels Nelson wemit to Wiota Thluiredaij ind visited over mriglhit wdlth Mrs. R. .MMer. 'fibe Aid Society met Thursday af ernoon' with Mrs. H. M. BaMMieitit. Mrs I Cypher wihio (has been visai ng her dau.ghrt.er, Mrs. Frarcik Jen -dins returned last Thursday to 1-err tome in Nebraska. Mr. auid iMu-,s. emkine accompanied her to Altlain- 1 jv Mrs. Cli.ris Tliainipeon who was cal Mrs. Nels Thompson, reti:,ui.ed Sail ed here by the dieath of lv&r siister 'i. iX 'j ReaiOi Ordway and wife amd iM s- their relatives in Braiyton. Wim. Ordway went to Audubon last 'Yiiday. The latter renitaiiiied for a few days visit \vi her friemd, iMrs. Morey. ft• 1,1 M:r. and Mrs. Frank Jenkim6 de parted Jffondaiy fcir Canada, where li-ey wiil'l remain duiiing the surni ner. Harold Cannon of Exira. -vveat •'Mi tliemi and Mirs. Cammion accom amied them to Omaha. Arthur Hameen cf Exira, was /foiltor in, Braytom. Tuesday. Lafe Sdini'pson ihad busimefs call-' log hi'm to Omaha Friday. Johm. Horniug of Audubcn -was im Braiytcm Friday ard wenit out to thle iiiniipKon farm on. bus'mrss. iPercy IJallcck went to Omaha MoT" l^y on buslnefq. Sorem Beitilcsen has moved back st Oak field from Omaha and -will make that his home. '•, Henry Fred: rieksen made a busi ness trip to Atlaitiic Tuesday. The new pnoposed consolidated .orood district at Brayton will take jn .ailil cf the following sections im etaiicin slird.inu e'adon shirdlu aoinun Oaikfield itwp. viz. 11 12 13 14 23 24 25 26 35 36 and the .followingiin Ex lira it.wp vii:z. jxirt ^f 7 ard S mr.id i31 sections 17 IS 19 20 27 2S 29 30 31 32 33 34, as soon as line roads giet better petitions wiilil be circulated and eveiy person iwQ:o has the welfare of lids children at heart should s:.gn thiis ixi'-iltion. M:s. Nels Thompscoi returned Sun day to her liome in Omaha.. Mr. and Mrs. Jaime® Thonupeiciu re turned Sat u: day to thieir heme near Des Moines. Mr. aid Mrs. Gamier Biairtlvt, arte the pi oud pa-rent 8 of a son, holm Sunday March 14, 1915. Floyd Cod iran is qu.'lte iljl will h. :i f.aimima'.o: rl.eu.matde-im at i,ie sen i. Mrs. R. Miller amd chllildiren over from Wio a Momday to For any customer of ours, the thing that will do us the greatest good, is to get him into Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes You'll get more returns for your money in tnese clothes than in any others your profit is in style and service. $15 to $25 E. D. Cotton came vfeut CAItl) OP THANKS SMI1 We wish to exten1 our s'incere thiatnks to tile many kind fricrnds 1 and ne"'i.hibors for thleiir kind.nets amc Mrs. Rc:s:oe Essim© om returned sympathy dum'tnig the illness amd riday from her visit at BwtemiNeiV •ea^'h cf our beloved wife, mother I amd sis'er. Also for the rnamy foeiau- •tiifuil floral offerings guiven. Ne!s Thonipsoin. and children. jfgijMcs. Myrtle Thompson. At the caucus held Monday e-ve niinig- the fcllonvi'.ng ticket was nom.ir inaited: Mayor, L. C. Heath, 'Council man, Jesse Nymiand, A. F. RaBimais eetn, James Larsen, M. N. Nelson am*5 F. L. Freeanan. Fcr Assessor, L. P. Rasimis&cin. Ra.l.pih Akers Sr. is veiy iM r.t Til's hpme in BreytC'.n aji'd ciwi'rg to IKS advamiced age, has condition is tliioit to be sericus. Dr. Becker of A HUn tiie was called Suxiiday to oomaujt •wdlth Dr. Koob. John Parrott moved Monday to a farm nortih of Audubon and Sidney Nelson has moved to the house they vacated. Henry Hiainsetn and family will soon oceuipy their new home, vacated by Mr. Nelson. :™gg Nels Netecu and family spent Sunday in Atlantic with Mrs. Nel son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dettmer Ellsworth Parker and Sam Deets and wife from near Anita were here the lost of the week to see their Rr. Norton .iovfg and wife from. S. 1. are visiting their respective "parlors Mr. and Mis. Kdwin Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dill. HAMLIN Oluis Higgdms s: e.lLed corn for Mr. John Reed and John Mooie Monday Mr. wild Mrs. Slierm l.an.g visdit eil \vi:.li Sorun S:m'.-eck'» Sunday. Mrs. S. C. Higglns returned to liar home in. Gray Wednesday after visiting relatives here. Mils. Geo. Gerard cv.ime from her home in. Guthrie Co. to visit her daughter and family, Chas Giinine'tt's ilid get atquaiii.ted wii her new grandsom. Mrs. Marsh MeNutt returned af- The Best Thing We Can Do 3 tor a month's visit in California with her brother Harry. Mi s. Garrett wm.t to Audubon, on Saturday last. Geo. Guile from Sharon was in Hamlin attending the creamery n:nt:i,«. Mike NLssen left for Omaha Mon day for am operation for appeiidiciti Mita and Beitie Haflil'.r were tick with l.'.iippe the first of the we k. John duuLu'i 'elped Chas Higgina iaul hay Friday IveTSon, the bliack sorfcth. luad luis goods im a car amd left for Br'iy ton Saturday. Carl Petersen hiis bought the 40 acres east of Hamlin and is build ing a barn on it. Fred Rice went to Gray cm busi ness Friday. Mrs. Gerard left Friday morninf. for her home in Guthrie Cem.ter AUDUBON TWP.I I O l' O O Mrs. Mike Smith spent Monday af ternoon at Oscar Johnson's. Oscar Johnson made a business trip Tuesday afternoon to Roseo Turner's. Clarence and Allie Perry went down in the Highland neighborhood on busi ness Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Edwards made a busi ness trip to Exira Monday. Joseph Hoffman, who lives near the Highland church, was looking after his farm in this vicinity Monday. Viola Johnson is enjoying a two week's vacation from school duties at the home of his parents. William Alt was a business visitor to Audubon between trains Thursday, Walter Slotfeldt helped John Lit I tlefield do his spring butchering. Peter Nissen was a business caller at E. B. Perry's Thursday. ."^*.--. mr Ki sl 1 Groceries Canned corn, reg. 15c straight 2 for 25c Canned peas reg. 10c straight 3 for 25c 3 pound can pears, reg. 25c 2 for 25c 3 pound can apricots, regular 25c 2 for 25c 3 pound can peaches, regular 25c 2 for 25c 2 pound can pineapple, regular 20c 2 for 25c Best Peaberry coffee, regular 30c 25c Sugar, 16 pounds for $ Oranges, each I Bananas, Saturday only, per dozen 15c 3 pound box Iten crackers, regular 50c 40c We have a complete line of Men's Work Shoes at from $2.75 to $3,75 on which we give a discount of 10 per cent. Our stock of Ladiesi Misses' and Children's Shoes is hard to beat. On these we give a discount of I 5 per cent. Before we move to the Gano building we want to re duce our entire stock of general merchandise, to make moving easier, Commencing Saturday, March 20th and continuing for one week, we will goods at reduced prices Men's Overalls, regular $1 value Men's Work Shirts, regular 50c value Men's Dress Shirts, regular $1 value Men's Fine Ties, regular 50c value Men's Fine Ties, regular 25c values Calicos, regular 7c value Percales, regular 10%c value Ginghams, regular 12^c value 5 per cent off on all embroidery, fancy ladies' collars, laces, overlaces and handkerchiefs, 10 per cent off on all men's made to measure suits. .Mrs. Sarah Littlefield returned to her home at Exira, after a ten days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. John Martin. ., August Heekman is on the sick list. Adam Troxell and Jack Snyder saw ed wood Thursday. Mrs. Albert Herrick is visiting rela tives west of Anita this w.eek. Miss Lucy Galliher closed her srhoo! Xo. 4, for the winter term, Fri day, March 12th. Mrs. Sam Minser of Fort Laramia. Wyoming, who used to a resident in our township years ago and once owner of the Clarence Davis farm, was a wesk end visitor at the E. li. Perry home. Mrs. Minser has been making an extended visit to relatives in Chicago and other points in Illi nois and has a host of friends here who are always plad to grasp the glad hand of friendship and welcome her tack to her natal home. Clarence Perry made a trip to Anita Monday and took Mrs. Sam Minser to visit friends for a few davs. OR AY. Mrs. Rev. Mitchell is enjoying a visit with her sister of Fonda, la. thiis week. Mrs. Gdisoin Ferrell and daughter, Louis were shopping in Miaawidjngi Sat urday. I Miss Pearl Mitchell, spent Beverail days wdith heir sister at Botna last wleek.. Mrs. Amy Peiterso® Hogiain is ill with the measles. Dr. Carlial of Man luiing is the attending physician. Word was received that J. Shimg ledeclter is doing niiioeily since tilie operation which was a very serioius one. His friends hope for his speedy recovery. The members of the Christian! En deavor wd'll give a play soon. The* proceeds will help buy a pdsono for the U. B. Church, offer Shoes. Erke Brothers the following Sale price 90c Sale price 45c Sale price 90c Sale price 45c Sale price 20c Sale price 6c Sale price 8^.c Sale price 10c A Few Specials 7 I pairs Ladies' Shoes, regu. lar $3.50 value af .95 26 pairs Ladies' Shoes, regu lar $3.50 value at .50 22 pairs Ladies' Tan Shoes, regular $4 value at 2,50 15 per cent off on all Men's Dress Remember, we fit to measure and guarantee a perfect fit. Cash and Produce wiil rule this sale F. C. Ilapp was in Audi Ion Mon day. Lame testis cf Wyomii'.g is here on business. The reception given Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rtss Kist Wednesday eve was am evert that will be lo: remem bered by all present. These weie a bout eighty guests. Elder Cioi wiiH be i.n Gray the first of April. Will Freetiy of Lake City is here lookim.g after has tin mi interests. Don't forget the Eutvtvr program in the U. B. Church. Mr. and Mis. Pete Hansen cele brated their silver wedding anniver sary last Monday. A 1 rge number were pn sent and a general good time was enjoyed. Mrs. O. S, Welch was in town Tuesday. FN Mill FARMERS. Our next meeting will oe held SiatuTdny March 20, at the Dainish Brouheiihocd Hall at 1 o' clock for the further discussion and perfection of ou-r oirigaauzaition. 'V, '"FT, Committee. For Thrash and Foot Diseases Antiseptic, Cleansing, and Healing HANFORD'8 Balsam of Myrrh For Galls, Wire^ Cuts, Lameness, lliiiins, Bunches, T.sr- Old Sores, i*le. 1 Wounds, Foot Rot Bleeding, Etc. Etc. Made Since 1846. Price 50c and $1.00 Ail Dealers -4 a •. 4" & i4 f%k S v1* •"'S: ~4i rm tj & 'M AsJbSl*d» g-^,?M®ovCo f'