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(Audubon County Journal, March 9
•. YOUNG ELK HORN Mr. Nels Mortfenfi^n is quite iill of the mumps bome on Union Street. Young Man, if You Want to Make Go to Church! Mrs Hans Jiohirscin of K.Knnailton, imiade her daughter, Mrs. E For Thrush and Foot Diseases Antiieptic, Cleaniing and Healing men should GO TO CHURCH! 'V The flippant youth of the day is wont to remark that the churches are for old men and women. He treats lightly the GO TO CHURCH movement. Many of the young men of the day aay that they intend to have their fling while they are young. It is time enough to think of the church when they get old. Where is the young man who can say that he will live to be old? Where is the young man who, with certainty, can he will live another day? Delays always are dangerouB, but a de lay in making your peace with God is doubly so. Pick up your newspaper any day and see the long list of persons who, without a moment's warning, are plunged into eternity. THE CHURCH WANTS THE YOUNG MAN. THERE ISNOTH ING MORE INSPIRING THAN TO SEE A CHURCH FILLED WITH, YOUNG MEN. THE YOUNG MEN 8H0ULD BE LEADERS IN THE GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT. THIS IS THE DAY OF THE YOUNG MAN. NO GREAT MOVEMENT CAN HOPE TO SUCCEED WITH OUT HIS HELP. iF THE YOUNG MEN GET INTO THI8 GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT IT WILL BE THE TREMENDOUS 8UCCE88 IT DESERVES TO BE. THE YOUNG MAN WHO IS ANXIOUS FOR A FUTURE THE YOUNG MAN WHO WOULD EARN THE RE SPECT OF THE COMMUNITY THE YOUNG MAN WHO WANT8 TO MAKE GOOD WILL GO TO CHURCH. HE WILL BE 8EEN IN CHURCH EVERY 8UNDAY. The really great men of the country went to church when they were boys. They went to church when they were young men. And they GO TO CHURCH today. Their greatness in life may be traced-to GOING TO CHURCH. The church is not alone for the old men and the old women. It' is for the young. It is for the strong. It is1 for the vigorous. 5. Mr Amdrew Petersen, son of Mr. and Mrs Geo H. Petersen, was operated on for appendicitis, re cently. He is getting along as well aa can be expected. •?. Yes the church needs the young men. The young women do not need urging. They GO TO CHUECH. Let all young men follow their good example. reporter" at his Mr. and Mrs Rase NJssen enter tained a number ot incited guiests at their inew home. south of town, last Sunday. yonng girls have been organized to take Gymnastic 'lessons of Prof. Tarnov A number of young people were entertained at the home c-f Mr. amid Mrs. Niels Glean Mr Gjeorge Esbeck is one of the many who are entertaining Mr. Mumps liere, im our town His brother, lito, has algo had a siege ofi it. if 'a-.''--'. Mias Kathnilme Jensen is employ ed at the Hairy Copeland -home in Harlan. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Oleen from near Hamlin, returned home Monday, after visiting wiUth rela tivee here and attending the thitty-tflittli wedding' Anniversary of her fcitfenits, Mr. and' Mrs Hans Marquesen. Mr Hhorwald Pleteraen has rer cently moved to the J. Carl flcui farm Boiuthweat of town.. Mr OarlBen will make hie home with his daughter, Mrs Lewis I^arsen and husband. The young lady, iMiee Sena L&raeat,, who has made her home with the_ Carlsen'e for a good many years, has gome to Brayton. Saoe YpuT Stock HAN FORD'S Balsam of Myrrh A LIN IMENT For Galls, Wire Cuts, Lameness* Strains, Bunches, Thrush, Old Sores, Nail Wounds, Foot Rot, Fistula, Bleeding, Etc* Etc. Made Since 1846. **.' Price SOc «ad 1410 All Dealers-^- Bay that James amd family, a visit days ago. a few Mr. and Mrs Gregor GHregorsc.u and Mrs Jacob Petersen were At lantic visitoirs last We'dniesday. P. Nelsen and daughter, Nora, returned to their home im Atlan tic, last Thursday afternoon, after spending a short time with *rela Hdjves southwest c4j town. MisS Agnes Fredriekseini ie work ing at the S. Christiansieai home at present. A number from here* wenit to Atlamitic, Thursday evening to see the "Birth of a Nation. They re port that the show) was aati&fiac toryv^^y^M-p" Miss Hilda Jesseai is working at! the O. Bote home- Prof. G'Oulid was "an Atlantic, visitor last Saturday. Mrs Km.udi Jessen returned a few days. aNgo from a vilsit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Louile Hansen, from near Calendar Her father accompanied her home and Will visit here a while. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Olsen from wear Hamlin, and Mr and Mrs (near Brayton Hans Marquesen, spent Sunday evemimg at the J. Esbeck home •Mr. William Hansen, who has been working at the Hop'ley graim edevator near Atlantic, returned to his home a few day® ago, A party of young folks were entertained at a party at the H. C. Hansem home last Thursday evening. 1 5/ 1 Mr. Edwin Kirogstad and family, moved to the W.iiKie Andier&en placet near Hansen Heights, last week. 1 Miss Julia Nieilasn of this placs., and Mn. Prank Thompson of Kim balliton, were united iu marriage by Rev. Spillm^n^ pastor of the Congregational church of Atlantic, last Saturday at higih noon. ,• Vi Miss Nielsen 'is the youagest daughter^ Ot Mr. Nielis' Nieisen of this plac*, havirg growni to woman hood iin th.'is place. She has a large circle of firiende who wisli her and her husband a long life of peace ard. happiness. Tlhe groom is an enengetic young man of gcod standing, having been bus.mess at KdmhaUton, the last few yeais and is at the present time theur pestmaster. They left immediately after the (. ceremony on a hr ef wediddng tour to O maha. Tliey will make tlieLr .home in K'iimbalilitoin w' Keep Your Bowels Regular. As e.veryone knows, the bow'als are the sewerage system of the body, ai:d it is of the greatest Importance that they mow once each day. If ycur bowels become constipated, take a dose of Cham berlain's Tablets just after supper and they will correct the disorder. For sale by Exira Drug Co.. Win. Lewis and family and Prank Lewis arnd wife' left last FViiday for their new home near McLean, Nebraska. Mrs Cora Freeman spent Fri day and Saturday, visiting her parent^, Mr. anid Mrs Lewis, at Exiira. Mrs. Ida Gannon of Exira, waa visiting relatives anid friends in Brayton, last week CI Gieorge G-'iUI was a caller t'Braytoil, last Thursday. in r-t Hhe Laddee Aid Society met Idst Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. J. Jenkins It was a surprise to Mrs Jenkins, who has been un able for some time to take an active part im the society. Miss Belle Hastings is quite i111 with an attack of neuralgia. Alonzo Potter and family, who have been living near Audubon, moved last week to the 'farm he has purchased from E Andrews, Southwest of town. 5 Arthur Cannon and family are now occupying their residenea re cently vacated by Sidney Nlelson. Jens Ajndersen and Jens Andrea sen, from west of Audiubon, were calling on. Niels P. Hoegh and other friends, ITuesday. Bengaard anid epns are plastering fJiiieJs P). Hoegh's new house this week Job Chamberlain is La Girippe. ill with A son was born to N. Glau pan and wife Saturday, March 4 Arthur Oannon.'s baby is' ill With ..digestive troubles. Jack Cannon went to McLean, Nebraska, last week, to' make hiB home the coming summer if he dikes the country. C. Petersen). andi wiife of (Lo- rah, were in Brayton, Saturday, jviaiiting at the S. P, Daugaart honiA 'r Henry Hoegnescn, of Hai^n^ re-' turned nome Monday, after visit ing his daughter,. Mrs. George W Hoegh, for several days Evelyn Wood made a tritp to' Atlantic, Monday. business Johni Nissen ha'd business calliins' ihim to Alvoca, Monday. Norton Jones and family moved from Smith Dakota, last week amd expect to make their home ,.V Wan. Pardee has sold h's farm inortheast» cf tewn to G|eio. An idersen and will move to Omaha. Ed Dill ar.di family will Hive o-n (th^e, farm'. ,Mr. and Mrs Darwin Parrott of Ailaotic, visited over Sunday at the Joshua Cousin's home. A missionary, lately returned from AjUrca, gave an. interesting talk at the* chuich last Friduj evening. Misses Vivian and Arlene Bart lett were v:sitin.g friends in. Exira. Saturday. Miss Krestense Andsrsen return' ed to Council Bluffs, Saturday, after an extended visit with her mother. S Daugaard, wife and daugQi ter, were visiting in Atlantic. Mondiay. Aflftred Baker and wife ^and Mrs. Wm Pearson, were visiting ini At lantic, last Friday. Isaac Sh'.rlt Jr. with, bronchitis." is quite ill r.f.: 1 Two Knighits cf the road were given, a night's lodging in the jail Monday night and after a hearty^ breakf* st, sent on their way rejoicing. Joshua Oous.'riis has rented tiis farm' southeast of town to James Cornell of Lorah. Mr 0:ua':.nis has Hot dec idled where he will locate, He will 'hold a cleandrg up sale next Tuesday, Ma:chi 14th. Evei-y body Invited. Brayton was well represented a" the show, "The Birth, of a Nation, at Atlantic, last week amid all '•K-'i if-i Usual Terms ROY JONES, Auct. J®!} 6 1 were well pleased with the enter tain meat. %.L Miss Sena Larsen of Elkhornl,) i& visiting her paremts, Nis barse.a jand -wife. wmm »i Hurry Jcnee of Omaha, was lan over Sunday visitor with Us moth er and sister, -at the Percy Hal iock. home. Mr anid Mri O daughter,Mabel, went Saturday, to attend the ''M I i' Ide ajid to Lewis, _, ,» See us Before You Buv WE CARRY A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF Peoria Seeders Robinson Spreaders Peters Corn Planters Gail Edge Drop, Planters Discs Gail Plows Steel Wheel Trucks Overland and Oakland Automobiles I Two Second Hand Cars, in Good Condition For Sale at a Bargain I will sell at public auction, 1 1-2 miles southeast of Brayton, 5 soutli of Exira and 6 1-2 north of Lorah, on Tues. March 14 15 Head oF Horses Bay mare in foal 9 years old, wt 1570. Gray gelding 5 years old. wt 1400. Black mare 6 years old, wt 1200. Bay gelding 5 years old, wt 1100, &ood saddle or single. 2 mares coming 3, have been drove, wt 2700. 2 geldings coming 3, wt 1200 fc 1300. 2 mares coming 2 yrs old. 3'colts, coming 1 year old. 2 mares in foal. 18 Head of Cattle 5 high grade milch cowp 7 steers coming 1 year old 1 heifer 1 high grade Short Horn bull coming 1 year old 4 calves. 18 Head of Hogs 17 Poland China bred sows. blood Hampshire boar l-. -A 1 ,.'i -10 dozen Chickens. 10 Full Blood Roosters Hay, Grain and Wood 800 bushels "corn! 200 bushels seed.oats. 10 tons good hay. 10 cordp cord wood. 25, cords stove wood. A Full Set of Farm'Machinery, Etc. Free Lunch at Noon Joshua &e~ Local Items tns Page 7 0. F* IDE, Clerk. wedding anuiveisary of Mrs. Idie's mer he will probally be "dratted 5, uncle and- aunt, Mr. aacl Mrs into the Army." Holt Gottoa VISITING OLD FRIEND home ini Alpena, So. iLakcta, Fahnu Hars Hans m, a farmer living 1 1 TO CANADA— Axe't Rasmussein. started for Can ada Monday lsat and wild farm golden there this summer, while next sum SUFFOCATED BY GAS— Flrank Hor.chkiss 17 years born neur wLs, Cass Couoity,, Iowa, dfed if asph: xiaticn at aTy west of Audiuton, Suodayed with children came n-ar d'-aih Irom J. B. Lohmer and flam.ly John I. 'Heasi'ey'fc frieaide glad to eee hdan cut again eeveralf weeihe of grip l1sStw4'' *5 I'* '"Y cS Ml c* i. old,, lSth.Hf'e mother aiyl ifive other ir"U cauae 4 ia- ... ,i hia wi' nuch they r-l. /SfcjJS"