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wM fli i® $1" V* i- i-V f&V See Komm.es Bros, for Moline and Schuttler wagons and boxes. Joseph Rydl has ,dv Dodge car at Anita. purchased a Peter R. Jorgensen was a Bray ton visitor Sunday with friends. Arthur Hansen was friends in Anita the first •week.1 1 visiting of the Mrs. Ida Kester, of Cedar Rap ids,, is in the city visiting her brothers, Ad and Robert Watterson and other relatives and friends. She will remain at least a month. Exercise and Stephenson Under wear are a great com bination to ward off colds, coughs and other undesirables. Stephenson Underwear $ keeps your temperature even and your temper, ps too. $ It's soft as silk, wears like leather and "gives" with every movement. The famous Stephenson ifi Closed Crotch (patent ed) is a comfort feature »unmatched in any other underwear. Our stock is completed s? Move into winter un derwear quarters now a suit of Stephenson Unions. H. P. PETERSEN II 1. We guarantee a saving of one-third in fuel over any lower draft stove of the same size, with soft coal, lignite or slack. 2. We guarantee Cole's Hot Blast to use less hard coal for heating a given space than any base burner made with same size firepot. 3. We guarantee that the rooms can be heated from one to two hours each morning with the fuel put in the stove the evening before. Misses^* Emma and Mattie Rydl made a trip to Exira in theiii new car Tuesday. Mrs. Mildred Hash is spending the week at the Clark Gray home in Greeley township. Before purchasing a heater look over Cole's I-Iot Blast at John Nel sen's. Frank Wagner was visiting a short time the first of the week with his parents in Anita. ,* h? Mrs. Peter Gude of West Exira, has been quite ill the past few days. She is improving slowly. The Bell brothers of Carroll, held a dance^ in our K. of P. Hall last Friday night and a large crowd was present. Mrs. Johnson, mother of Jim and Willie Johnson, who reside near Exira, is reported quite ill at the present time. Clarence Carl, who had his collar bone broken, one day last week, when he fell from the bed is ra pidly recovering. The radiators for the new heat ing system in the E D. Cotton store, are all installed and in use. It is an up-to-date system and much comfort is being had from it. Mrs. Frank Leffingwel] and son, Lawrence, returned home Monday af ternooii' from Ames .where they spent several days vi°Uing her daughter. Mrs. II. L. Sunderlin and husband Mrs. Nels Hansen, who left three weeks ago lor Chicago to visit relatives and to Michigan where she attended the wedding of her sis ter, Lena, returned to her home in this city last Thursday. n-i 'Mr. and Mrs. William Bintner Sr. attended Ak Sar Ben at Omaha, Fri day and after spending a few days seeing the sights will visit rela tives in Plattsmoutli, Neb. for a few days. Mrs. William Sturgeon celebrated her seventy-first birthday recently and in the afternoon entertained the following ladies Mesdames An na McAninuh, Kilworth and Chas Klever. On Thursday she1 was en tertained at the home of her son, Harold nd wife in the country. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Temple call ed on her during the afternoon. On Each Cole's Original Hot Blast Heatei* Your Money Back! You get bade the original cost of your stove in the fuel money saved each winter. Could you ask for more? 4. We guarantee that the stove will hold fire with soft coal or hard coal from Saturday eve ning to Monday morning. 5. We guarantee a uniform heat day and night with soft coal, hard coal or lignite. 6. We guarantee every stove to remain absolutely air-tight as long as used. 7. Wo guarantee the feed door to be smoke and dust proof. 8. Wc guarantee the .anti puffing draft to prevent puffing. All we ask is that the stove be operated according to directions and connected with a good flue. (Signed) COLE MANUFACTURING CO. (Not Inc.) John Nelsen Exira Iowa (Makers of the Original Patented Hot Blast Stove) This guarantee cannot be made on any other heating stove. If you want comfort and economy put one of these heaters in your home. "Cole's Hot Blast Makes Your Coal Pile Last" Look for the nam* ole't on feed door to avoid imitation* This is one of the Stoves to be given away, Oct. 23 Come in and get a ticket—Costs you nothing. 113D The largest stock of Ford re pairs in the County now carried at Hansen's Garage. Mrs. Charles Homston spent the day Monday visiting old friends in Atlantic. James Johnson returned from O maha last Wednesday where he pur chased a carload of cattle. Comfort and economy make hap py homes. You get both by .using Cole's Hot Blast Heaters. iss/. The best line of heating stoves we have ever shown. W. E. Varney. Earl Carson, of Lewis, was an Exira visitor the first ot the week, the guest of his friend, Frank Wagi ner. Miss Nettie Jones and gentleman friend, returned to Exira last Friday afternoon after a several days vis it out of town. Nels C. Jensen purchased a full blooded Poland China hog at the Fred Sievers Stock Sale near Aud ubon. one day last week. E. D. Cotton left Sunday for Chicago, to attend to business mat ters and buy the holiday goods for his big department store. Hans Nelson and family of Elk Horn, were in Exira Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin p. Jensen, in the east part of town. Mr. and Mrs. John VandeBrake au tos to Brayton each nice evening to spend a few hours at the home of her parents, B. H. Christensen arnd wife the latter being in a very poor health. Nelson,, of Slipperyelmliurs while making visit in Cedar Rapidis with relatives the first of the week, had his Ford runabout stolen by unknown parties. It is mot recovered at this writing. 1 J. K. VandeBrake came back to Exira last Wednesday after attend ing the funeral ol his mother which took place in Orange City the pre vious Monday.. FOR SALE— Good second hand bas^burner. W. E. Varney. Cluis -M. Jensen and fumily and Miss Winnie Siemersen autoed Lo near Dedham Sunday where the for mer went to look at a farm, which he will buy it suited.. Rev. and Mrs. Grmyer, autoed to this city Monday on a short business trip and to visit old friends. They returned to their Wiota home in the afternoon. Miss Ella Gude, clerk in- the Jorgensen Variety Store, was in Audubon the first of the week hav ing her eyes tested. She is now having to wear glasses. The Misses Clara and Helen Tib ben left last Thursday for Omaha, where the former attended to busi ness matters and the latter had her ears treated by the specialist. E. B. Perry purchased the Ben Garver residenc which is now occu pied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cotton and family, last week and we understand, will move in as soon as possible. Uncle William Fowler passed his seventy eighth birthday anniversary last Monday and is hale and hearty for his age. He is enjoying a visit lroni his oldest daughter, Mrs. W. H. Wadswortli of Oklahoma. The Fred Tennigkiet case is being tried at Atlantic wherein Fred is sueing Audubon County for ten thousand dollars damage for di verting the Nishna Creek, overflow ing his land. Read ,our Automobile law, cut it out and paste it in a book it may save you money a damage suit. Perhaps prevent you from killing some one carelessly, and yet inno cently. Read every word of it. Read it Weekly. Edwin Dalahoyde left Monday morning for Cedar Rapids to attend the Northwestern Road Congress which took place the fourth, fifth sixth and seventh of this month, he being the delegate lroni Audubon County. Don't miss our Special Sale on A luminuni ware Friday and Saturday only. At Jorgensen's Variety Store.] FOR SALE— Good second hand baseburner. W. E. Varney. J. M. Dimick purchased a carload of cattle in Omaha the first of last week and will place them in his feed yard east of town thru the winter. Mrs. Wadswortli arrived from her Oklahoma home Saturday morn ing to visit an extended time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler. The M. E. y: Ladies| Aid Society will have a supper in the lecture room of the chuirch Friday evening October lath. Everybody, invited. W. J. Lewis of Adair, and Mrs. M. R. Vanduzer of Menlo, uncle and aunt of Amber Kelsey, visited her the first of the wolek. 1 Jacob Wahlert arrived home last week from Woolsey, Soutlh Dakota, where he had been on a visit with his son' and daughter and families. Mr. Martin, Clnristeusen returned his (home la Dextefr, affteir a few days visit in this city with his son, Jim and wife. Mrs. Susan Spoo visited a cou ple of days last week with her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Peterman and family, returning home on the Fri day afternoon train. Ralph Channon sold a span of bronchos to the horse buyer, one day last week, for $180. lie re ceived over twice as much for them as he paid. Martin Jessen and family, Wil lie Johnson and family and Chris Petersen, clerk,, and family, were entertained Sunday at the George Aagaard home northwest of town. We understand that Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coe and children are intending to move to Texas in the near fu ture and Mr. and Mrs. Asa Green will live in the house they vacate. Charles Houston and daughter, Miss Florabel, left Monda/y for Wall Lake to get their auto which they were compelled to leave in that city two weeks ago to be repaired. Rev. Rasmussen returned Monday morning iiom Atlantic where he had been assisting with the Mission meetings which were held in that city Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. Norman Hensley and Henry Petersen, who are attend ing College f.t Grinnell, arrived in tile city last Friday to visit un til Sunday noon with their parents and other relatives. The new tile floor in the Bishop ind Statzell Barber Shop, which is located in the front part of the basement of the new E. D. Cotton building, is completed and is a handsome piece of architecture. This is one of the most handsome tonsorial parlors in Iowa. There will be services Sunday at 11:00 A. M. and evening at 7:30 in t'he M. E. church, conduct ed by the pastor. All are cordial ly invited to come. You aire wel come to all the services. W. B. Cox, ministeir.' Y* The best line of heating stoves we have ever shown. W. E. Varney. The Misses Lizzie and Hannah Gude, who are employed in Audu bou homes, came down Wednesday of last week to visit their parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gude. The former returned on Thursday but Miss Hannah remained until Friday The union, Evangelistic team, now holding tabernacle meetings in' Audu bon, will be in Exira next Monday evening and .hold services in the E. church. This is to be strictly union service and we expect the hearty co-operation of all the peo ple. Tlhere will probably be 8 or 10 auto loads come as helpers a/nd choir. Let everybody come and help on. the good work. Sunday morning, Oct. 10, is our quarterly communion Service. Ser mon Theme, "Abundant Pardon." It is desired at this time to re ceive new members either by let ter or confession of faith into our church fellowship. The evening sermon at 7:30 will be a discussion of the parable of "The Barren Fig Tree." Every one welcome. Jessie G. Getty, Minister. Romain PALACE THEATRE Friday -Oct. 8 CASE & MURCURIO Dramatic and Vaudeville Company .of Twelve People Presenting in a Bar Room,'' consisting of five acts, with one act of vaudeville between each act of drama. Joe Morgan r. j. Coleman Simon Slade £,eo Hayden Willie Hammond unes Harvey Green jack 7jal} Frank Slade Harl^v Daa#» Sample Switchel Reece Shover Mrs. Slade Mrs. A. F. Case Mrs. Morgan Emma Saunders Mahitable Cartright Edna Case Little Mary Morgan Zelpha Case Miss Clara Shultz, Pianist Remember this Attraction is guaranteed to please, Two hours and a half of Dram atic and fun. Admission 50c Children 25c Miss Ruth Statzell is now teach ing a school in Hamlin township. Mrs. J. P. Lair ilias been in Clar ion, Iowa, the past few dayis visit ing relatives and friends. Glen Hunt is again at his work as assistant Cashier of the First National Bank after a two week's vacation. Ad Seibert returned home last week from a. few days visit in Fort Dodge with relatives at the Thad Carmichael home. Mrs. W. M. Crees was in the city the latter part of last week visiting her brother, J. M. Dimick and wife. The big war loan of half a bil lion dollars asked of the II. S. by the French and English Government has be»:i raised. Mr. aiid Mrs. Van. Aernum, who have been' visiting relatives in Lane, South Dakota, are again at home and report a fine time. Miss Veda Minerman came home last Thursday from a few days vis it with her sister, Mrs. Will Wah lert and) family neair Anita, The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church served a chicken supper at the church, parlor last Friday evening. A large crowd was present. The teachers of our Public school were entertained at the J! 1 Hensley, liom Wednesday evening of last week. Several of our Junior girls were entertained at tflie home of Miss Car olyn Klever in the country last Saturday evening. Miss Ida Woodruff came 'home last week from near Oakland where ehe had spent the summer with her sis ter, Reno and family. Mrs. Rev. Getty returned last Thursday from Illinois and St. Paul where she accompanied the remains of her brother, Rev. Paul Garvin a week ago. When economy in the fuel ex pense is considered stoves of the best make must b£ bought. Se« the Cole's Hot Blast Heaters are the best. See them at John Nel sen's. Mr. Robert Jensen, the son of Mr and Mrs. H. P. Jensen of this city, is laying quite sick at his home in Lorah. Mr. and Mrs-. Jen sen had been visiting in Omaha for a few days and upon their return found their son under the doctors care. They have both been at his bedside and all hope for his speedy recovery. Audubon Co. Journal, October 7th. a 10 Nights in Room Bar will see the full play of "Ten Nights A. F. Case CaBe a «*. you are in the market for a Piano don't fail to see my line of the famous Waltham and Warfield Pi anos. I will save you some money on a Piano. Ask the parties that have bought Pianos from me how they like them? That is the best way to find out what kind of Instruments I handle. Mrs. Frank Gault Fred Back Anton Nelson Frank Navaratil Winnie Simersen Mary Williams Harvey Lile Geo. Meyers :r Below are the names of parties that have purchased Pianos from me. Martin Beck Geo. Iloegh Marie Madsen Mi-h. Jens Jepsea P. K. Petersen A. J. Baylor -57 Oscar Wheeler. P. M. CHRISTENSEN Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty Mrs. Rebecca Crane, who resides in Nebraska, sister of Mrs. Alice Connrardy of this city, is gradually growing weaker with no hopes for recovery. 1 Nirls Mikkelsen and son, Arthur, left last Friday for a sight seeing^ trip thru the country and to,? Spirit Lake. Miss Emma Sorensen was an Elk, Horn visitor a few days last weeks visiting at the home of her friend,. Leona Jorgensen. .. Charles Houston and family and Wilbur Wulf and family exchanged houses last week, both houses be-i: longing to the latter. For Indigestion. c. Never take pepsin and prepara-s tions containing pepsin or other digestive ferments for indigestion as the more you take the mores you will have to take. What is, needed is a tonic like Chamber-1! tain's Tablets that will enable the5 stomach to perform its functions, naturally. For sale by Exira Drug Co.