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Audubon Co. Journal, July 27, 1916
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GRAND OPERA SINGERS COMING!
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DR. H. V. ADAMS
It Is said that Dr. Adams dearly loves
an argument and would rather thresh
out some speculative question with a
congenial mind than to eat when
hungry. We don't know whether he ac
quired this disposition in a newspaper
office or in the ministry it is possible
it has developed in the last nine years,
since he has devoted himself to lec
turing. Prof. N. W. Gaines of Louis
ville, says: "He's not an orator—he's
more. He's an entertainer, a lecturer,
a musician who does not sing or play,
and yet who causes the harmony in the
souls of his auditors to furnish them
the music." Another says of his lec
ture, "Grapes of Gold," "It is a won
der. More concentrated' sunshine,
heaped up good cheer, and hearty
laughter than any lecture we have ever
beard." Hear him, by all means.
HUGH ANDERSON, NOTED BASSO,
HEADS COMPANY
TO APPEAR HERE
Hugh Anderson, noted basso, 'with 22
Grand Operas, 11 Light Operas, and 18
Oratorios and Cantatas in his reper
toire Christian Mathisen, lyric tenor
from the National Norway Opera Com
pany are here shown as they appeared
at the Chautauquas last summer. Be
low is a snapshot of Mr. Anderson's
company just after giving the opera
"Martha" at one of the Nebraska Chau
tauquas last year. They certainly look
like very approachable folks, and the
Bureau writes that they were one of
the greatest hits on the Eight Day Cir
cuit last year. They can surely sing,
and Mr.'Anderson has the reputation
of being almost a crank about clear
enunciation, so perhaps the unexpected
is really going to come to pass and for
once we will be able to understand th«
words as well as appreciate the music.
JAS. F. BRYAN
Community building is great work. It's a job'lor full "grown men »nrt
women. The best minds of the country are investigating this very tanortanl
subject, wun the object of improving conditions under which our people lfve
a,nd
That
N
KENTUCKY GIRL
MAKES MAKY FRIENDS
An article regarding one of the popu
lar Chautauqua interpreters ends by
saying, "Miss Reuse is interested in
people and their interests and will al
ways be glad to meet you." In that
sentence is one of the great secrets of
^er success as a reader and enter
tainer. With all the southern charm
that belongs to the fair daughters of
Kentucky, she combines an abundance
of good sense backed by a splendid
Christian character. You instinctively
feel her worth, enjoy her piquant
humor, admire her exuberant good
health, and immediately count yourself
as Her friend. This is not the only
reason she is such a success on the
platform. Her work is marked by
strong individuality, and rare skill,
and her personal charm and real sym
pathy reach the heart. It is refresh
ing to find a reader that is free from
affectation, and who commands your
admirati'on for her own worth as well
as the merit of her artistry.
,country: *ow to keep the boys and girls on the farm o*
in the home town, to demonstrate to them that opportunities are all around
them, that they need not go on long journeys into new and untried countries
to ™&ke f°,od\
thpy have a work to do right at home. To improve the
social and business conditions is important. To make better and larger town!
and cities is a magnificent work, worthy the time and thought of patriots
Because of the importance of this work the Midland Chautauqua Circuit has
secured a practical man, whose mission is to arouse the people to the neces
sities of building better communities. This Is one of the features of th« mm
land Chautauqua work for 1916. It is believed our ^ple wiU inleresled:
.There is no doubt, of the lMneflts that will cone from this- part of our Ghau.
tauqua program,
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REMOVE FACE BLEMISHES*
Pimples, Blackheads, Acne, Tet
ter, Ring Worm and that dreaded
Eczema can be permanently remov
ed from your face and body by Dr.
Hohesn'e Eczema Ointment. It is no
locger necessary to go around with
an unsightly complexion and suffer
with pain and annoyance that goes
with unsightly ailments. Dr. Hob
son's Eczema Ointment is a time
tried, guaranteed remedy, good
for infants, adult* and aged who
suffer with skin ailments. Buy a
box to day, start using at once.
Money back if r.ot satisfied. 50c1'
at your druggist.
CAMERON
Atuigiuat Sdurader was out from Au
dubon wforklmig om. t&i.e farm a few
diays last week.
Joeapih Jolhnation anid son, Camer
on, of Ajuldubon, were in our town
ship Saitundiay.
Mrs. Ben Die at received word of
the deat hl of toer father wlho resid
ed in Texas and she and foer sister,
Mrs. Chantes Diest, departed for
Chat state Sunday, to be present ait
the funeral.
Frank Buckner wias a caller in
Camsran the fore part of the week.
R. M. Carpenter and family wltoo
have been here visiting for two
weeka past departed tor thedr home
in Absrdeen, South Daki'ta tihe mid
dle of tlb© wenk.
(.Intanded for Ijst week)
F. C. Hepp and family, of Gray,
passed through Cameron, Sunday, on
th'sir way to the Dave MitcihelL home
in, Viola.
F. Li. and Frank Anderson have
compl&teid their grading din this towm
sihiip at present but wifll' do some
more wiork later in the season.
"Ohas. Wn gh|t and wifle and other
relatives of Powehiek County have
been visiting at W. H. Johnsiton's
and other pflia*s in tflnie comlmuinity
during thie past week.
Some partdiea ?fwm tihe west piart
of tine county disabled their auto in
this neigfalbeirihiood Sunday and wfere
ooaopiel'led to leave it tdilil Monday.
Dr. Rodgens, of Audubon, was out
through our township, Tuesday.
iR. M. Carpenter and family, of
Aberdeen, S. D., "were visitors at
T. J. Sheley's lest Sunday. T(hey
were crime residents of this county
he havimig been, ediiitor of the Advo
cate a good many yeairs ago.
Constipation and Indigestion
"I have used Chamberlain's Tab
lets and musit say they are the best
I have ever used for constipation
and indigestion]. My wiife aslo* used
them l'or indigestion and they did
her geed," wuifcts Euseme S. Knigihit,
Wilmington, N. C. Chamlberlain's
Tablets are mild and gentle in the
aotdon. Give tihem a .trial. You aire
certain to be pelased wStii the
agreeable laxatave effect w'hach
they pioiduce. For sale by Exira
Drug Co.
GOOD HELP—
Mesa May Stone clerked in the
N. Hanse?i) Drug stone during the
absence of Neflis Hansen amid wdfe in
Dake View.
A. F. ANDERSEN OF
OAKFIELD—
*Mn A. F. Anderlson was a busi
ness visditor in Exira on Tuesday
laet and with Mr. Jorgetnseiii
neighbor and lidis healitfliy 'boys made
thle J'oumral office a pleasant callil1
OaQjl agiain genitliemian.
A/TTEINlDlED OHAjUAUQUA
NOTICE
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iMrs. Sheirmani Rfpiers, her daugh
ter Myirtle, Mre. Lona Peippiers, and
Mrs. WilOio Peppe:e attended iBiie
iOhauita.uquia at Audiuibon, Friday, an
iheand William Oernings Bryan speia
They made tihe trip in the former's
aaijto.
SHjORT U1NE
Cod Adam's Short lire, Traymor
to Coiumcdil BlDiiiUfls, suepen ded ope ra
tio i:s laat week. Sttiij}ip«rs oif hogs
•tihe re hiiulied tlbedr sltook to South
Omahia by moitioiB makdlng the trip
•to tiwo hjoule amd a iiaif.
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qhiarge of 25 cants per hium
dned waa imlaide and it is sadkl that
toittt tihe 0hi|p{per and tihe o|f
(the tmoks made good money
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The Boa:d of Directors of Ham
lin township will sell at public auc
tion school house No9. to the high-1
est bidder for cash on July 28th.
1916, at 2 o'clock P. M. at School
house in said district. The Board
reserved the right to reject all
bids., J27.
ii i0 James "W. Hlood, Pres.
T. J. Coglon, Sec.
Chamberlain's Collie, Cholera an (J
Diarifiuea Remedy I
Eveiy family without exception
should keep this preparation all
the summer months. Chamberlain's
Colic, 'Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy ie worth many times its cost
when needed an3 is almost certain
to be needed before the summer
is over. It has no superior for the
purposes foir whioli, it is intended.
Buy it new. For sale by Extra Drug
Co.
IOWA STATE FAIR
and EXPOSITION
DES MOINES, IOWA
AUG. 23-SEPT. 1, 1916
OOOLIXG OFF AT LAKE—
Hans Hans&n Sr. and wife Ex
ira and Oliarles Bisom Sr.. and wifie
of Bray ton autoed .to Lake View,
Saturday and remained umtdl Sum
day at the Lake.
COME AGAlxV HAL
Cliial Stuigiecoi and wife autoed
over from EdidyviJile, Sunday and vis
ited with liirf mother, Mrs. Willi Stur
geon and son, Harold and wife.
IN THE BOSOM OS
THE WATERS—
Ed Millinian and faanily, Anley
Joihiflisco and wife, Pete Qhirisiten
sen and family, Fred Larsen and
flamoMiy' of Omahia, aultoed to Oryatiai
Lak.e n.ear Lewis," Sunday to spend
itihe day at the lakes.
—Hires Rootb^er Extract. 25^
5 botM:s
RETURNED TO GHAV1TV—
Misses Gentruide and Zona Posten,
who are visiiting their uncle, Oldif
ford Postein and wifie will leave to
day flor their hoire in Gravity, Sat
urday.
JUST CANT LEAVE EXIRA—
Oscar Jensen ocimmencied clerking
in the E. D. Cotton Grocery Store,
Saturday. Loralh wias too 'tame' for
h'im. He has moved his family baok
to Exira arnd willl occupy one of the
Andrews Bro's properties, near tlhe
Green Bay.
MRS. STROEHELiLK 1
VISITS PARENTS— 1
•Mrs. Waitie/r St'roabellle visiited the
llaitter pant of ltast weetk witih par
ents, John I. Hensliey and wife.
FRANK VOSS GlONE TO BOllDER
iFranik Vot?e daparted wiith tihe
Nebraska imdliitia for the border
when tfliey deipia.rted a shont time
ago. He worked for some time in Ex
ira and its weffll knowm hew.
—Gomupleite line of fall wloolene to
select "from. Fdit and Quality guar
anteed. Swiarzman and Soule. tf.
Woird comes firom Old r.ton, tihat
a nine poiur.d boy was born to Mir.
and Mrs. Will Cox tilie oldest son of
Rev. aild Mrs. Cox of Exira. Tihis is
the first grandchild in the family
Gran dona M. C. G)ill was on the
sick list tflie latiten part of Iiast
week.
THE GREAT PICNIC—
IiIb
a b"jg day Wednesday Auiguist
,2nd. pit Nie.wtoh Annual River to
River Ro: Picinic.
A bun oh oif Exira people picnicked
in dttflfeirenit woicidB near Exira Siuin
day. -s..
'Miss Anna Guide wiaa
at
Sandfly vte-
iic*r witlb hier friend, MiLsb Miay
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P. M.
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$1.00
Peter Hassenfeldit.
JACK CONNi:Al!DV «ONE—..
Jack Ccnnrardy leflt l'Kgt Friday,
in tJte car after a several!) monithls
visit witih .liis miotfher, Mrs. Alice
Coninrairdy.
Piano Sals
Not having the time to get out and
devote to my Piano Business, I have
decided to close out my stock. Have
engaged L. S. Marvin of Atlantic, an
experienced piano man, for the next
two weeks, during his vacation, to
look after this sale.
These Pianos are all standard
makes, and prices are going to move
them.
Factories raise the prices wholesale
Aug. 1 st, so now is the time to buy.
Come in dating this sale and look them over
Bungalows, Qambrel Roof Barns and Other
Improvements to suit your needs.
A crowd cf Exdra your.g folks
attended the 'dance in Brayton, Sat
urdiay evening.
Johln. Esibeck and family spent
Suaidajy at tihis Anderson' home near
Exira ..
Bound to Save you Money. Estimates Cheer
fully Furnished.
E O S
The "Bungalow" Man
ATTENDING CHAUTAUQI A—
Miss Diinna BrinkerhWf went up
to Audiuibon, Sunday, ar.d remaiaie'd
a fetw days •with frierds during
Ohauitau^iua.
GfRAXDM CRANE SUFFERING—
Grandma Belie Orane -lias bee|n
Uinder tlhe cane of a pHic-sician foil
the past several dfl.ys wit'Ji. heart
trouble and stomach, troiuble.
YOUNG PEOPLE AT
CHAUTAUQUA—
Peter R. Jorgensen and Miss
Johanna Aoiidersen of Brayton, at
tended Chisiutauiqua ini Audiuibon',
Friday e\er.ing and Sun'day.
Exira Iowa
SAVVGI. OX WAR PATH—
Henrj' Savage came down from
AJudlufcon', liast Fiiidiay, to aititend to.
bmstaeea miaitteuis.
SPENT PLEASANT SUN1AY—
Bdiwiin Eeilalioiytde amid family were!
in Audmbon, Sunday viisiiti'i-g niuimer
ous reiatlivts anld attending tflie
Chauitauqua.
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BLOOI) POISONING^
iMrs. Clhilis Petereeni, who has
been quite iM wltlh bllocd poisoning
in onie fiiS'ger aridi eryaiipeilas, is not
much, better anld
MUbb Minnie
sen lis doiMg tbe boKHBiew)owk.
Neli-
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Christensen
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
Contractor Builder
•and-
Planing JMill
Window Frames, Door Frames, Screens and
General Mill Work
Anything that can be made of wood made to
_order
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JOHN VAjN AND FASlIJLY—
J. K* Vande Brake and family
,wsre vis'.iioirp in Brayton, Sunday
wjiitlli reilc.tivee.
J. I. Heiiielley puircihiased a new
Buaok six cylinder car last Friday.
FISHlNGi AT WALL LAKE—
,H. P. Peiterst in, Pete Stioine and
Harvey .leiiEtenn aiuitoed to Lake Okoi
boji Soindiay, and willl remain at tihe
lakes unutiI tomorrow'. •,
—I. J. Sfwaraman practical tailor
at Swaraman and Soute every Tues
day. ttf.
HEItE EROM ELK HORN—
J. C. jAihlGGOQi and fanndly autoed
over fnomi EMk Horn, Siunday, to
vsiit at the Clliiris Petersen home,
returniiiig home in. tilie eventing.
AUTOED TO ADAIR—
tOharles ^Komnnts wife and son,
Willis, autoed to Adair, Sunday,
where tihey si en: it the 'day wiith. rel
atives.
DUBUQUE RELATIVE HERE—
Mir. Yeodder, of Uub-uque, waa
an over Sunday vosiitor in Exira at
the home ot his brotllier-in-laiw,
Dr. L. J. O'Udaker and wife.
iMnsv L. J. OHdaker wes am OmaUia
vlaiitor tihe latter part oif last week.
Hans Amderaom and fiaaniiiy autoed
ta near Caeey, Sxw?«lay, to visit
ireliartdvee..' 1
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