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I 1 •9 IP ft itts W*$ \v$ I"#. i- .. W* 4&V MT Its J? W^\-, 1 Mrs. John Comby, who enjoyed a visit here with her cousin, Andrew Neary, went to Halbur Monday even ing to visit relatives, then to her home at Boone. F. C. Harmon came from Mingo Friday evening to join liis wife ana have a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Priestley, and his brother, A. C. Harmon and family. Mrs. Hannah Underwood, who en joyed a pleasant visit here with her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Brooks for sev eral days, departed Friday morning for her home at Denver, Colorado. Mrs. J. AV. Hillock came from Ce dar Rapids the last of the week for a visit with friends in Audubon, then "went to Exira for a visit with her sister, Mrs. W. E. Hunt and family. The Misses Mary and Genevieve McCarthy, following a few months visit in Kansas City, Mo., and at other points with friends, arrived home last Friday morning. AUDUBON Dr. W. H. Halloran arrived home Saturday morning from Rochester, Mrs. Henry Schrieber, living in the south part of town has been very ill the past few weeks, being a sufferer "frith shingles and complications. The Jensen Garage sold a Jeffrey Miss Alvina Steele of the State Li brary, Des Moines, came to Audubon Saturday evening for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Nelson. Mrs. J. C. Craney, following a three weeks visit in Audubon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Gaston, returned to her home at Omaha Saturday. Pete Jensen and son, Clarence of the Jensen garage went to Omaha Monday and returned with a Jeffrey four and six, which were ordered by local parties. A os & as us a re enjoying much comfort in their office rooms because of the installation of a large new overhead electric fan, put in last week. C. H. Sampson who was a business visitor at Adel and visited with his son, Henry E. Sampson, and wife at Des Moines last week, returned home Friday evening. four to Laurence Andersen, a Max- ercises by the high school class to well to El wood Bros., and an Indian motorcycle to James Hopd last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bruce and chil dren of Clarion are here for a visit with her brother. C. E. Test and wife and with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Free man and husband. Miss Ella M. Stearns returned home Saturday evening from Sioux Rapids and Spirit Lake, where she was in at tendance, at the County Superinten dents convention, held last week. 1 _____________ Ned Curtis, who was injured a couple of weeks ago, and suffered a badly injured knee, was able to be about the last of the week and resum ed his work as teamster again on last Thursday, Mrs. Chas. Huntsberger and daugh ter, Miss Marjorie of Gulfport, Miss., arrived in Audubon Monday noon to visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Delahoyde. They ex pect to remain for the summer. Mrs. Bertha Jensen went to Blair, Neb., Friday morning to be present at the graduation of her son, Peter, who has been studying the past seven years for the ministry. They returned to Audubon Monday of this week. Mrs. Harry T. Watts and daughter came Thursday last for a visit at the home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Watts. Harry arrived the fore part of the week to join hts family for a visit at the parental -home. Miss Bonna Baker went to Indian ola Monday morning to be present when her friend and former room mate at Simpson college. Miss Norma Egan, graduated. She will also enjoy a visit with former friends while away. Eugene Christensen arrived home Saturday evening from California, where he has been a student at Le land-Stanford University, and grad uated this term, having taken special work in architecture and civil engin ening. There were only ttoout a half doz en tickets sold at the Rock Island depot for Atlantic Monday. Never theless, Audubon was pretty well re presented at the circus, as many went down by auto, the weather being so fine. •fhe following parties departed Monday evening for Chicago with stock: Jens Wintliers, car of cattle. Nick Jensen, car of cattle and car of hogs and Hans Andersen, a car load of cattle. They went over the North Western. Mrs. Mary Imes, who has been teaching Greeley school No. 4 closed a successful term last Friday. A pic nic and program was had and the children ^.nd patrons brought well filled baskets of edibles, from "which a good spread was enjoyed. 't $ j.--. -3 'J' O diJtMS Mrs. Mikklesen, who visited her daughters in Nebraska and at Carson, la., returned to Audubon Monday noon. She was accompanied home by her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Pigg and children, who will visit here with their relatives for several days. Following the commencement ex- morrow night at the M. E. church, the members and invited friends will proceed to enjoy a dance, which will be held at the Watts hall. Cole's Orchestra will furnish the music, and a good time in general is antici Minn., where he went to be in atten dance when Mrs. L. E. Simpson un derwent her operation for appendici tis, which took place last Thursday morning. The doctor reports Mrs. Simpson as doing nicely. Lafe Simp son is also at Rochester, and it is ex pected he will have to submit to an operation for nose trouble, which has been troubling him for some time, pated. Miss Margaret Walters came to Au dubon Saturday evening for a visit with her father, Hi Walters, and her sister, Mrs. John Jones and family. She has not been back to Audubon since the death of her mother, who died when Margaret was three years old. For the past 15 years she has been making her home with her sis ter. Mrs. O. L. Melford and family at Bonesteel, S. D. CAMERON Mrs. Wilson and T. J. and Au dubon She'.ey's families were Tues day evening visitors with relatives in Viiola township.. F. L. Air. del son has bt.tn up in the north pait of the state vis iting his father for a few days. Gene Culver aiid family were] out from their home in Audubon,' through our vicinity, a few even ings ago. Lissa Moore, daughter of S. Moore and wife, liais gone to Cali fornia, to stay lor a time. ••y™ Revival meetings are in progress now at Eden Valley. The pastor, J. A. Mite-hell, is assisted by Rev. Hethrington ai wife of Botna, bedside of her mo her. who have charge of the music, sine formerly being a worker in the salvation army. Services each eveiir ing at 8:00 o'clock. All are wel come and invited to he present. TQie Claik Kester family attend ed the baccalaureate sermon deliver ed by Rev. Greenlee in Audubon, last Sunday evening. The Sherman Nursery Co. are taking orders for nurseiy stock in tlids community at present. W. H. Johnston's and Godfrey Dreliers were in Manning, Harlan, and other points one day last week looking at some fine hogs in those localities. Hamlin Mrs. Robert Garnett and Lucy Lieb were Aludubou visitors between trains last Tuesday. ffl- Happenings A. G. Kraft, who accompanied his wife and Miss Orpha Moreland to Des Moines last week, returned home crowd of Exira young people Monday morning. The two ladies ,, ,, submitted to operations for appendi-: game in Brajton. citis last Thursday and are doing 'ast Sunday nicely They expect ,-to return home the fore part of the week. Ira Stet- ]'i0f. Doiman has rented the Wolf zel. who underwent an operation fori. ... appendicitis at Des Moines, camo use -V-:. 1 1 Mr. Sidney Godwin and family the first of the week to re spent Sunday in Hamlin with his '*6ve Mrs. Bates, her mother-in-law-, another. who has been constantly at N S. P. Iiertelsonj from Omaha/, I spent Sunday at the Jacob Sandbeck\ home. Mrs. Marie Haahr and Jacob. Sandbeck are having electric lights put In. ,, 3 Mrs. Fre'd Andersen, Mrs. Garnett and Mrs. lvj.'ohn went out to I spend Thursday afternoon' with Mrs. Vuctor Nelson east of Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. Lauritsen Mi. and Mrs. Sandbeck Mr. and Mrs Peter Nissen, and Mrs. llaalir and little 'daughter, all auitoed to Ogden,, Iowa, last Friday to visit friends. Johnnie Bertelson went 'Co Atlaiir tic, to attend the big show last Monday. Peter Riesgaard was papiering for Lars Cliristoffeisen last week. Mr. Jacob Andersen from Bray ton, spent Sunday afternoon at the K. J. Petersen home. A-'S" Peter Mortensen and family vis ited at the home of her brother, Chris Wiges. t'A Birdie Haahr came home Friday, returning to her school work Mon day. /-A.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Andersen and Fred Anderson and family an toed to Audubon, Sunday, and spent a few hours with Mrs. Hans Johnson, who was operated nst week. She is doing fine. w-iss tvs- wlllc^ home the last of the week, I Prof. Hoyman and wife. "THEY DO COME BACK FOR IT" Mis. Mary Campbell-Clark, —o— I Cedar Rapids, arrived in If "they do come back for it" as is claimed they do, no Dealer can afford not to have Hanford's Bal sam of Myrrh constantly in stock. It should be remembered that when a customer is unable to get a well known, old established prepara tion that he wants, he often switches his trade to the store that can supply his demands. Full The Congregational Sunday School information regarding this prepara-jis planning on a big picnic which tion, 'which is stocked by all lead- will take place today. A. large ing Jobbers, will be cheerfully sup- I crowd is expected to be present p'.iied by the G. C. Haniford Mfg. Co. he vacated by of the city last Saturday morning, and will visit for sometime with her mother, Mrs. Adel Campbell, sisters and brothers. John Kilworth is the owner of a new automobile and he, with his family, will now spin into town. The Merry Widow Club met with Mrs. Corl last Thursday evening, dur'ng ti absence of the K. of P. husbands who were in Audubon, giving the third degree work on sirae candidates. Mrs. John Andersen was quite ill again one day the put of lant week and was pe 1 to take to her lied, hope she may soon enjoy health. V- The Micther's Club met "With Mrs. Verna Petersen last Thursday afternoon and all but members were present. A very delicious 'luncheon was served at a late hour All retort a ve:y good time Mass Myrtle Peppers clerked at the Peter R. Jo ge.isen Variety S'.ore last week during the absence of Miss Ella Gude, who was at the s. Sheim le.ppers is helping care for her grandson at the Lona Peppers home. It will be remember ed that the littlS boy was operated abcut three weeks ago at the Omaha hospital and was brought home last week. The Meny Widow Club met with Mirs. P. M. Chris'enE'en last Monday evening during the extra session of the Brotherhood Lodge. is to-day with Mrs. Boy south of town. be held Herri ck, His. Doll Spoo was a visitor in ^Atlantic, Wednttdiy ol' just week •with her friend,, -Mrs. Will Wood ward. The friends of Mrs. Bern ice" Sei-. bert-Giuernsey will be grieved to learn that her condition, is no- bet jter. Her mother,, Mrs. Adam Sei-1 bert, will go to Chicago, again bedside and needs a rest. her Conrad Craliling, a brother-in-law to Jake and Henry Kngle,, who has been e2st visiting his relatives. Gteorge, Iowa, stopped and visited his (relatives. off "vT' Pktt Jim* MEN. Meat Department a We can always save you money on your meats EXIRA, taken latter coin- 1 We good if you buy at this store, We handle only the choicest lines to be purchased at this price. We carry the following, lines to select from Extra E'ancy Break fast Bacon, Fancy Bacon, Brisket Bacon, Minced Ham, Berlin Ham, Picnic Ham, Dried Beef Knuckles, Summer Sausage, Weinies and BeJogne in brine. I The Ladies Aid Society of the •Congregational' Church will serve a delicious dinner to-morrow even ing at tii© J. M. Dimick home. Everybody come and enjoy the good feed. 25 cents a supper. re a a on and cheese Pickles French Fried Potatoes Combination Vegetable Salad Strawberry Shortcake with whipped cream coffee. We hope to see a large crowd. Mis. A. V.orhees of Oklahoma, arrived in the city last Saturday ai will spend the summer wit'li her father, Stephen Gano and sis ter, Miss Berta. Mr. Vorhees will arrive a little latter. Picnic, Picnic, everywhere. After diligent study and while relaxing the functions, how nice to com mune with .nature and at the same time exchange with our mothers best, eaten off the sward. I Air. and 'Mrs. iM. O. Smith an'd •here family were Sunday callers at the ... John Hay ihome dn'itfi% country. -V You Never Read this Kind of Shirt Advertising Before Ideal" Shirts 44 VOTE FOR Served as Deputy Clerk 1909,1910, 1911, under L. A. McGinnis. Being familiar with the work of the Clerk's Office, I feel competent to dis charge the duties of that important office X] John Horning QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE. •m. -'j?. •"V Are you one of the men who buy shirts the same way they do match es or carpet tacks—asking the clerk merely "a shirt" ancl taking it if the neck band is your size? Stop buying shirts that way. You are not get ting full value foryour money: and what is more— You are] not Getting the Comfort you are Entitled to. "Simply because a shirt has a neck band of your size ist\o reason why you should buy it. Yet mo men do—overlooking the other important features of fhirt.comfort such as roominess through the chest, armholes big enough to insure againest a "pinch," sleeve length, etc. There are half a dozen other important considerations tending toward both econ omy and comfort—ancl comfort is one of the greatest things you can buy in ashirt. .• Our line of Straw Hats are on display for the season of 1916. You should make your selections before our stock is broken in sizes, many new and stylish shapes this season. We take great pleasure in showing you the latest style "Stetson" model some thing very new at $1.50 Panama Hats $3.50 to f5.00 Leghorn Hats 1.50 to 2.00 Droop Crown Hats 1.50 Sailors 1.00 to 2.25 Italian Panamas 1.50 Latest in Telescopes, Fedora, Flat Crowns, Pinch Tops, Pencil Curl and Flat Brims with dimensions for young men as well as the older ones. We want you to make a special eifort to be here Saturday and purchase one of the leading styles for 1910. P. PETERSEN Try Petersen's First Republican Ticket. Primaries, Next Ron. June THE LOGICAL CANDIDATE FOR Clerk of the District Court .'/^\vV£?5:-- :, Audubon Oo. Journal, June 1, 1916 give you Comfort with Economy and the Style which you seek. ifSifStf These shirts are produced with all the care of a highly tailored gar ifflf """"inent. The cloths are the snapiest produced by the leading mills of the country. The patterns are bought, first of all to give you that "dressy" ffigtt look. But—the cloth must wash without fading, and it must be strong and wear-resisting or it cannot go into an "Ideal" shirt. These splended fabrics are cut into shirts over patterns which have been perfected by more than a quarter of a century of shirt-making experience. There is a splendid feeling of comfort in every part— and the service and t-tyle built into each shirt will make you glad you learned about this brand. We carry "Ideal" shirls at all prices. Come ancl see them today it is a pleasure to show them and you will not be urged to buy. Straw Hats SB® Your support at the primaries, next Mon-,lg day, June 5th asked|$] and appreciated. CONTRACTOR BUILDER and PLANING MILL \^7agon repair work. Bee Supplies^ W able Hoer Houses. Cream Conlin able Hog Houses. Cream Cooling Tanks Anything that can be made of wood made to order Bungelows, Gambrel Roof Barns and Other Improvements to suit your needs. Bound to Save you Money. Estimates Cheer-, fully Furnished. Qm -I- -9s? vos The "Bungelow" Man Exira Iowa A A •c. 7? sf ••-Vs Port-3 -•ifl 7*0®! Xv 1 S 4 A •:z.