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Audubon County journal. (Exira, Iowa) 1884-1993, April 19, 1917, Image 8

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1 per quart delivered- 1 have bought
Hugh Smith's interest and with my
own herd of cows I shall keep
plenty to.r my customers- AVill de
liver twice a day- Phone Elk horn
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BIRTHDAHM FOB
.ED
About a hundred' relatives and
friends gathered by invitation. at
the Ed Dryden home Saitumday night
to. help Mrs. Dirydfen celebTiate her
birthday. She received geveiral Love
ly presents. The time was spent
in- dancdmig amd1 "visiting. A fine
lunch was served' ait midnight anid
a general good time was repoirted
,iby all preseint- «i
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PROPOSAL FOR EBECT
OF SCHOOL
Notice is hereby given that seal
ed bids for the erection of a school
'house in Sub-district Number three
(3) in Audubon Township, Audubon
Ooumty loiwa.will bo xeoedrvied by W.
Tibben Secretary, R. F. D- four
Mi(4) Esdra Iowa, up .to one o'clock
,„t P- M. Monday, April ,the 30ith- 1917.
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Plans amd specifications can be
seen at the home of the Secretary
any time before the meeting of the
board-
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The School Board will meet at
Centeir School House at one o'clocik
Monday, April the 30 till whein tlhe
contract will be awarded to the
lowest responsible bidder. I
The board' reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
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J?j^L917-
W O Tibben Secretary of Board.
Ad'V- April 26th. ,. ^S*\ .1
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HAD FINE VISIT
w| Mrs- John M- Dim/iick returned
I^JPriday
evening from California
wihere she had been visiiti-mg several
'|j,' weeks with her daugihiter,, Mrs. Glar
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Niklasotn and liuslbamd. She
5 (V reports the oooiple in fine heauth
and enjoying .their new home- They
jlexipieot to' return to Iowa in August,
after Mr- Niklason has completed
ihis law ooiurise in I^e-ltand Sanfiord
^University. While away, (Mrs. Dimiek
enjoyed visits with many Iowa peo
among whom were the Keese
XJ,t||iHallo©k family, who reside in
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'IAngeles and Mrs- Edith Davis Rose
^j^who
resides in San Frtainisisoo, and'1 Hansen), Mr- and Mrs- Sonen iMjad
sihe also visited a day in Fort I sen, Mr. and Mrs. Nickolai Peteir
Collins, Colorado with a 'brother sein, Walter Larsen and. Pete Jor^
,"a/, when returning to E^m- She reports gensen- They report Pete a mioet ex
"an eojoyalbie trip. -s |o^llent host- J1
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All calicos per yd 7c
Ginghams, 10c. 12^ and 15c
Men's and Boy's Felt Hats a
nice line 10 per cent discount
Men's $4 fine Shoes
now
Men's $3 fine Shoes
now
Men's 3-60 work Shoes
now
Men's 3.25 work Shoes
now
Men's 3.00 work shoes
now
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or trive bisVs*
4o then
sarcastically. %.
maud thou thv^
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WILLIAM HOUSTON'S
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Friends here will regret to learn
of the serious illness of Will
Houston,, who, at present is stay
(hiig in 1 Filaridla. He resides in Ni
agra Falls, but has been spending
several months in Florida. He is
suffering with heart trouble, and
his condition is considered serious
About two weeks) ago, his sister
Mrs. George Hemsliaw, of Dee! Moine
went to help care for him and as
soon as he is able they are ex
pecting to bring hint -to Des Moine3
|We trust lie will soonl ^regain
good health-
Mr. andi Mrs. Ciharles Houston re
turned Sunday, from their extend'
ed trip through the West- They
spanit most of their time in Los
Angelas, California, and ...visited
many places oif( interest-
FORMER EXIRA MILLIN
ER RETURNED HOME
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Mirs- Ma urine Jensens Hale
tuirned Satiuiday to her hoime
Fort Dodge. She was called heire
last week by the death of her step
mother, Mirs. Niels Jensen- Mary
Marietta aiooompanied Mrs- Haley
ais far as!Audubon on her homewairtd
jourraey.
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AT WAR WITH THE S
Ait war with the United States
is a very different position from
a neutral
•Bomb plotters may now be grip
ped with an iron hand. Not only
are conspirators themselves subject
bo heavy penalties .but anyone even
a Gferman resident wih'o has know
ledge and fails to make 'known
the facts to the authorities may
be sent to prison for seven years
and fined $1000. I
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TRAIND NURSE NEEDED
Miss Gertrude Basham arrived
here Thursday from. Des Moines,
where she is a registered trained
nurse- Saturday ahe weat to Atlan
tic where she remain for sometime
and help care for her sister, Mrs.
Arthur VanAernam, who is in very
FEW FRIENDS
Peter Hassenfeldt entertained a
cmowd of his friends ait his roioim
lover the E. D. Oottton store, Stun"
day evening- A sotcial time was en
joyed by all after wihich the host
served a lunch prepared at the
bakery for the oooassion
present were Mr. and Mrs. Nels
20 Pounds of Granulated Sugar for $1.00
With every $10 cash purchase of Dry Goods and shoes during April
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3.60
2.70
3.24
2.93
2.70
Misses' and Children's Shoes at same discount
£Z
SMITH Oakfiield
^ROVUCE TAKEN^ SAME AS CASH
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JM HOI HEBE WITH
NEW FOi
Mr- and1 Mrs- John .tKnox and
daughter' autoed to Exira Saturday
in their new Ford, car, which tliey
recently 'purchased. They departed.
Tuesday for their home in Gilenwood
after making a short visjt with
relatives-
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A GOOD ELECTRICIAN
•Clarence IW10M wiho had .chairge of
the electric light business to this
city for sometime, resignedi hiis posit
ion last weeik anid returned to the
home of his parents, Mr. and .Mrs
Chiris Wolf in the country- He will
assist witli. the farm work this
summer. .. ...
RE-UNION AT THE
YOUTHFUL GIANT LICENS
ED TO WEDTINY SIXTEEN
poor health. She was accompanied! that he is six feet seven inches talli,' forr£L.
for him^if ^he^ weiie as small as I
am
from
to Exira Sunday and $ften|t
day
is the milliner iai the E.
Tihose ton store- They iretuimed to tbeir
homes in the .evening.
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Peas, Early June.10c
Peas, Sweet Wrinkle 2 for 25c
25c Rolled Oats 20c
Good Coffee 20c
Women's 4.00 fine shoesQ Qft
now OiOU
Women's 3.00 fine shoes*) 7ft
now Lt I
Women's 2.50 fine shoes'
now
Bofy.s 3.00 shoes
now
Boy's 2.60 shoes
now
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A big dinner was enaoyed' at the
Xerxes Knox home Sunday, i,n hon
or of Mr. Knoxs birthday anniver
sary w,liioh took place Tuesday,
April 17'th. Those who ware pres
ent to partake of the feast twere.Mr-
See our New
Spring Lines
Mr. and Mirs. A1 Frederick® and contracts ever' let by ®he united
children and Miss Lou KAox and States, He has agreed to carry mail
Xerxes Knox, who epjoyed the .by aeropllane over a route to Alaska
oocasisdon immensely- The old gent-
a a
lemarn passed his 83ird milestone on. u^ny. Byens'wilil make two trips
the 17th. eaoh week between Nome, Alaska
and camp 381 mile® inland. He
win carry mail and passengers,
any the service he will reader
will bring tlhe mining camps three
Muncie, Ind- April 14. When
Fred Knoblocik, a young fanmier
whose home is in Paulding oounlty, ie"vel tracts on whiclh to make a
Ohio* applied for a license to marry landing in. case his eingine s^^uld
Miss. Martha Haaelmeyer, of Dela-
ware county, the bridegroom admit-
to Atlantic by her sister, Olaudinie, I while the bride weighs o.nly ninety make a safe landing in the snow
who visited until Su.nda at the pounds, is..about five feet in height' j^atween terminals', it woulld Ibe im
VanAernaim toome- "andr is oinly .16 years old- He is 21-'
"Love doesn't depend on height
no( work
Even
pa9sib
and weight," said the bride elect troubles were considered by Byei®
-but maybe I wouldn't care as much
2.25
2.70
2.34
Ladies waists, regular $1.25 98c
Girls dresses at 35c, 75c and 98c
Ladies auto veils all silk„ 98c
Ladies fine auto caps from 50c to $1.50
Ladies union suits 50c
Ladies ribbed 10c
Aprons, guaranteed colors.. .75c and 85c
Embroidery and laces per yd.. .5c'to 25c
Curtain goods, per yd 15, 18, 20, 30, 35c
Toweling, per yd 12i, 15 and 20c
Oil cloth, per yd 19c
Corsets, the Florantine.. $1.00
Ladies hosiery, per pair 10, 15, 25c
Childrens hosiery, per pair... .10, 15, 25c
bg£ore he took the qdnt
trial trip
If gere, the weight being 1,0.00 pounds
Hie is using a Guattiss Jtractor with
GRISlWOLD SUNDAY. various ideas in aerial navigation
Fay and Mabel Mewhiitteir, Gtrcuce worker out by himself to meet C°n"
Johnson and Harlan Gdttensy all oif J,dittoing in Alaska. The United States
whom reside near Gtriswold auto©d governmetat has made only one or
with the formers sister. who
D- "Cot-
We learn thait Mrs- Lena Paulsen
wall have cfoarge of the Photograph
gallery in this city, and expects to
move here in, the near future- [1 1 1
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,rast. On a!
carried- *0% pasisen-
tihe tw.0 oontraKJts for carrying nuail by
aeroplane. Owin,g to the faCt that
Byers wil receive nearly $50-000
for his work, the cost Of postage wi
be high- The service, however, Wlu
do away with three weeks'
fvp
over landi
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if OOUiLDN'T BE DONE.
Somebody said1 that it ooui'dinU be
dome,
But he, with a ohuidkle, Teplied
That "maybe it coU'ldn"t," Ibut he
would! be one
That woullidim't say so tilll he hd tried
So he buckled 'right iin, wiitili a
trace of a grin
On ihi§ face. be worried he bid
it
He started to sing as ihe tackled
•the thing
That couldn't 1e done, and he
did it.
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Somebody scoffed: "Oil, you'll never
dio ithat,
At lejjst mo One ever .hap dome it."
Biut 'he took off 'his coat aind he too
off his hat,
And the first tihimg we 'knew he'd
begun it
With the llfit of his dhin, and a bit
of a grin,
Without any doubting or quibb
ing
He started to sing as he taoklied
the thiing
That couldn't he done, amd
I did it-
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Earl Byers, nephew of H- W.
Byersj corporation council for D®s
oompensafcion of $4^.500 „an-
weeks aeajrer the outside world:
The difficulties W'hlflh the yicxun®
Iowan is faciiiiig are in -.keeping
with the high saftary he will receive
The country over wh*cu he wil'l
fly is mourutadnouis. There are
1 A
1110
properly or "go dead
In Uve wlnjteir the sni0
ted his weight is 275 pounds, and «j.ween 25 and 30 feeit and huge drift
.w fall is be­
should By
ens' aeroplane
ile j,0r
enaiter to get a-
tlle op
way agai
in. All of these possible
he
There ame thousands to tell you it
acanoft be. done,
There are thousands to prophesy
failing
There are thousands to point otnt to
I 'yoou, one by one,
The dangers that wait for assail
ing
But just buckle in with a. bit of
a grin^
Then talke off youir ooat and go
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to it ..
Just start in to stoig as you tadklie
the thing
That 'cannot be' done" and yoiu li
do it
—Au.tihor Umkmown.
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THE PLACE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Jorgensen's Variety Store
Telephone No. 107 Exira, Iowa
When you are ready to make your purchases for spring in the lines listed below
we will be glad to show you the goods whether you wish to buy or not. The prices
we are ofiering, you will find to be verj reasonable.
In our china and glassware departmentyou will always find what you want and
at reasonable prices.
If you are in need of any cooking utensils it will pay you to look through our
hardware department in which'you will find many useful articles
Watch for Special Sale Saturday April 28
REMErtBER WE PAY THE H1QHEST MARKET PRICE FOR YOUR EQGS
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HIES, CATTLE, Ml
fllllt THE DHLS
The average Andiuboin, lOounitjy
ifarineih gets up early ait' the alilainm
(Of a Conneoticut dock, b^tion^ hi®
Ohicago suspenders to Deitiroit oyer
allsf puts oin a pair of cowhide
tfhoes made in Ohio waslhies in a
Pittsburg tin basin, using Ciniciinmati
soap, amd dries
001
made
a cotton towe"l
in New Hainifpsliire sitis down
ito a Grand Biapids table, eaits hot
biscuits made
fronu
Minneapolis
flour, Kansas City ba^on," and
Indiana grits fried in Omaha l&rd
cooked an a St. Liouis stove, buy®
Irish potatoes Kr°w,n in M^bigan
and canned' fruit put up in. Cali
fornia, seasoned with Rhode IsHand
spices cilapis on his old wool hat
made in PhiLadelpthda, puts
New
York harness on a Missouri mu'le,
fed on Iowa corn, and ptoiws bis
farm, covered by a Mas®a!'biusiet(ts
monbgagej with an Indiana plow
"At night lie Crawls uinder a Nlew
Jersey btonket and is k®Pit ®-wake
by a Louisiana dog, the only hom^
product on the P^Ce, and wondere
w'h/y he keeps poor-
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"iMorall:— Patmonize home indust
ries. spend your money where it
will give you a market for wbaft
you grow, and thiu® make money
an (j increase the value of yo^r
farm. This is public spirit anid the
'highest form of patriotism.:'........
MiLas Anna Hansen is on the sick
list this week with lagrippe and
complications.
Bad Oough? Feverish? Grippy?
i'ou need Dr.. King's New Dis
covery to stop that oold, the
soothing balsam ingredients heal
the irritated membranes, soothe the
sore throat, the antiseptic qualities
kill the germ and your cold is
quickly relieved' Dr. King's New
Discovery has for 48 years been
the standard remedy for coughs
and colds, in thousands of homes
Get a bottle to-day and have it
handy in your medicine chest for
coughs, oolds, croup grippe and all
bronchial affections. At your drug
gist, 50c. ,"
LAudubon Co- Journal, April 19, 191
Kimonas, each $1.48
Cotton bats 15, 25 and 50c
Window shades 40c
Crepe paper all colors 10c
Fancy decorated napkins doz 5c
Plain white napkins 3 doz 25c
Men's union suits 65c
Mens drawers 35c
Mens undershirts 35c
Boys union suits 35c
Mens sox per pair 10c, 15c, 25c
Mens work shirts "Indianhead".... 65c
Mens overalls garanteed fast colors $1.15
Boys overalls 75c, 85c
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White Cherries, Itl
Peaches, Lr. .. 1.80
Dried Peaches iSxb 1.45
Prunes SaitJciara. 1.60
Pure Sorghum I gal 35c
Peter Hassenfeldt
Mrs. Jessie Heath, pastor of the
Congregational 'Church is attending
the 63rd aininual meeting of tihe
CSotuncil Bluffs Association of Con
gregational Churches and mineetera
in Anita, which convenes there yes
terday and today-
Mrs. Peppems, hor daughter Myr
tle amd Ella Gtude auitoed to ten
inies nort/h east of Audubon Sunday,
where they visited with Mns. pep
per's sister, More- Lou Fiscus and.
family* I 'A
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Add* under this head will run
ordered out.,, y,U
HOUSES ni SUE
Several houses in Exlra for sale.
See BJ Lohner .cr, .v ,,
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See our New
Spring Lines
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$2.90
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ECUS Eli SUE
$1.50 for 15, $6 00 per ,.^199
Stock, direct each year. Si/isfac
tion guaranteed.
Mrs. Ed Younig, ll itf
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Unfurnished rooms.
iChris (iClHerk) Petersen.
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A few brood sows for sale
A5- Charles Kornmes. 4
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I have some bright timothy
sale, Andrew Wells- Call 22F12a.
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