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Elmer Davis has been appointed
night watchman. The State Factory Inspector was inour city T*eaday. Andrew Wells, of California, ar rived in the city Monday. The H. H. Club met with Dr. Lantz Tuesday evening. "fe Mrs. & A medical meeting was held in Audubon the latter part of the week J. S. Small has been in Sioux Ci ty for several days on business. Henry Johnson sold some cattle t» J. I. Hensley Monday.- Mrs. Kilworth is still on the mend after her recent serious illness Mrs. Mollie Jenkins has been vis iting friends in this vicinity. Mesdames Ed Milliman, Will Kommes and Susan Spoo were Au dubon visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Tom Godwin was taken suddenly ill Monday and ha* been qvite ill aince. Mr. Gjerloff went to Audubon Monday to visit until Tuesday at the Hans Johnson home. The Envold Jensen family, of south of Audubon spent Sunday at the Laurids Hansen home. Mrs. C. C. Christensen and daughter were Atlantic shoppers Saturday.' *11 George Voss suffered a badly in jured finger Friday while at .work in his Wood Shop. The John Wolf and Frank Kom mes families Sundayed at the Kommes home. Duroc Male Hogs far sale. ARTHUR KRAGLUND, tf .Brayton, Iowa. Herbert Watterson took the third degree work of the Masonic Lodge Thursday evening. Nick Thielen went to Atlantic Saturday where he visited with friends until Sunday evening. Joe Meurers has stored his household goods in the building recently vacated by W. E. Varney. Tanlac is appetizing and invig orating. Try it today. Kearney's Drugstore, adv. C. O. Hunt reports that he is feeling much better and hope to be alright soon. ______ *, a Miss Helen Seimersen, who has been working in Atlantic, returned home last week. gfiSl Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Spoo mo tored to Atlantic Saturday after noon on a shopping tour. B. B. Gilbert assisted at the cream station in Brayton a couple of days last week. HIS Mrs. E. A. Bates, of Audubon, is visiting at the Austin Guernsey home in Chicago. Miss Mary Rasmussen, of Ham lin, is assisting with the household duties at the Will Alt home east of Fxira.' is "i s\ Miss Enid Kelly, of near Bray' ton, has beep unable to attend her school duties this week because of illness. _____ A large number of relatives and friends gave a surprise party on Mr. and Mrs. Hans Petersen be fore they left for California. ____ 7 Dr. and Mrs. Jacobson and Miss Edith Brown went to Cedar Rap ids Saturday where they visited a %few days. IT Mrs. Mollie Hnnt returned home laet week from the Ed VanAernam home where she has been caring for the new arrival. The Embroidery Club enjoyed a meeting with Miss Paden last Tuesday at the home of Mrs, Newlon. iis rr Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Poster are piected here from Des Moines for a visit over Thanksgiving with her parents, Frank Basham ,and wife. Mrs. Ora Beers went out to the Clark Gray home in the country Sunday and spent the day with relative!. Mrs. George Spirupt has return ed home from the Atlantic hospital where she submitted to a surgical operation. Mra. Carl Stanley and little daughter, of Des Moines, have been visiting her parents, L. M. Parrott south of town. Joel Basham was an over Sun day visitor at the home of his sis ter, Mrs. Arthur VanAernam, and family, in the ceuntry. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Milliman and Emil Wiges and wife were Sunday evening visitors at the Arley Johnson home. The J. K. VandeBrake family motored to Brayton Sunday, spending the day with her mother, Mrs. B. H. Christenten. The Roy Dryden and J. K. VandeBrake families spent Sunday evening at the George Rogers home, west of town. Mrs| Marie Anciaux has return ed to her home in Peetz, Colorado after an extended visit in this com munity. The infant boy which was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Layland last week, was laid to rest in the Audiibon cemetery. Mrs. Jens Jensen and baby visit ed the first of the week with her parents, Abel Stone and wife and other relatives. Little Miss Ruth Phippen, who was reported quite ill last week with an attack of appendicitis, is gaining her health slowly. ji Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Martin are not as well as we would like to re port. Mrs. Martin recently suffered a stroke of. paralysis. 4 & Louie Baier is recovering from a severe case of blood poison in one arm whice necessitated the strict attention of the family physician. The Cu He Lo Club met with Mrs. Arthur VanAernam. out east, last Thursday afternoon. The next meeting will met with Mrs. Mike Petersen. Dr. Carrie Wood visited in Au dubon. from Thursday until Sun day and while there attended the evangelistic services at the Metho dist church. A. J. Leake drove a Ford truck through to his brother in Las Ani mas, Colorado, the latter having had him purchase it here. He ex-^ pects to return this week. Mr. R. Smith, of Oxford, is act. ing in the capacity of depot agent during the absence of Mr. Davis who is away on a business trip. Mr. Davis returned home Monday Born to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gaskill on November Oth a baby boy. This makes the second boy in the family. The first one died a little over a year ago. N. C. Barentsen and wife have rented the Sweet Home hotel in Audubon and will take charge just as soon as it is thoroughly over hauled. ntSbr 4 fis- 1 -r Mrs. Frank Bernam, nee Ethe Freeman, of Audubon, and little son, Billie, is spending the winter in California with her father, E. Freeman. H. A. Nelsen, sons, Garland anc Floyd, and daughter, Vera, mo tjred to Des Moines Saturday morning where they were guest at the home of his brother, Gil bert, and wife, who accompanied thein here Sunday evening for a visit with relatives. They re turned home Tuesday. v«- r' Mr. and Mra. George Wieland, near Exira, and his sister, Miss An na, of Anita, went to Carroll Sun for a visit with relatives. They re turned home Monday morning. Two teaspoonsful of Tanlac in a littie water taken three times a day just before meals will make you eat better feel better, sleep better, and work better. Kearney's Drug Store, adv. The Masonic Lodge went dov^n to the James Channon home last Monday evening and assisted Mr. Cannon in celebrating his birthday anniversary. A fine ti/ne is re ported. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kraemer and amily, of Cedar Rapids, are expect ed here today ior a visit over Thanksgiving Day with her mother, If rs. Elva Hamlin, and other relat ives. v: Miss Helen Tibben, whe is at tending C. C. C. College in Des Moines, arrived yesterday to spend the Thanksgiving vacation with aer parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tibben, out east. Hensley and Dimic^ bought one car of cattle and two of hogs of ilourick, Bros., of Lorah and one car of hogs each Irom Ed Wahlert, Martin Hansen, Ottie Baiers and George Schwab the past week. Miss Lillian Dyer is the' owner of a beautiful new pearl ring, the stone of which she purchased of Fred Bechtold, who found it con cealed in a clam, when on a fish ing expedition to Coon River. J. Elwood is lying seriously ill at his home. Last week he was taken to the Atlantic hospital where he submitted to' an X-ray examination, and was found to be suffering with cancer of the stomach. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Petersen have moved into the Bradley resi dence, on North street. Mrs. Petersen is^ a daughter of J. P. Jorgensen, the baker. The family las been residing in Elk Horn. J. A. Egbert left Wednesday morning for Lewistown, Montana, where he will be employed. The family will remain in Exira for the winter at least. They are residing in rooms in the Blanche Noon res idence on North street. There will be no school on Thanksgiving Day and Friday. A number of the teachers will g6 to their homes to spend their vaca tion. Miss Burkey, primary teacher, will go to Walnut, her home Miss Hansen, of the High School faculty, will go to Harlan Miss Mirtue to Council Bluffs and Miss Painter to Lewis. y. -Er A«t*UB«N Comm George Hunt, Henry Hunt and Adolph Nelsen created quite a sensation Sunday when they came in "from hunting with nine jack a 3 Mrs. Ida Cannon returned to her home in Oakland, Saturday morning after an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Andrew Jensen, and brothers, Harry and Scott Hockenberry. Miss Emma Strickland went out to the Schlater home in North Branch Monday where she will at tend to the household duties. She has been working at the Henry Burr home near Hamlin. Miss LaRue Davis, of Chatta nooga, Tenn., only weighed 76 pounds. After taking (hree bottles of Tanlac, she now weighs over 100 pounds and is enjoying the best of health. Kearney's Drug Store. adv| Mr. and Mrs. Arley Wolf aad sons, Eldon and Ross autoed to Atlantic Sunday, spending a .few hours at the Sam Jensen home and getting acquainted with the new boy who arrived at the Jensen home a month ago. The Store 1 can Red Kidney Beans, 1 lb. 4' 1 can Lima Beans, 1 lb. 4 oz., and 1 can cut bean, 1 lb. 4 oz., all three.. j'T i. V'* 1 can Yellow Free Peaches, 1 lb. $4 oz.! 25c 1 can grated Pineapple, 1 lb. 4 o% .. ... 23c 1 can Santa Clara Apricots, 1 lb, oz. .. ..... 20c 1 can Rose Dale Pear Bvtter, 1 lb, 5 oz 19c 1 can Apple Butter, 1 lb. 4 oz. .. 19c '-V Special for Saturday 1 lb. Tone Bros. Best Steel Cut Coffee 37c CHRIS C. NELSEN For Sale V~' A few registered Spotted Poland China boars, if taken soon. 1 CHAS. & WALTER HENSLEY. if For Sale Poland China spring boars.. Prices reasonable. tf ANDREW C. NELSON. Fall Pigs for Sale N. I am offering these pigs at prices which will assure -their quick re moval. tf ANDREW C. NELSON. Spotted Polands If you need a good Registered Spotted Boar, and want it cheap, see me. Phone 32. :X CLARENCE KNUTSEN, Brayton. Iowa. Must You Economize? Then investigate the offer put out by The Des Moines Evening Tribune. Here it is in a nutshell. 1. New reduced price of $4.00 a year. 2. Guarantee to give you MORE news— MORE picture? MORE features and MORE and BETTER markets than any other Iowa eve ning paper. 3. And further guarantee ALL your money back if not satisfied after 60 days trial. Worth trying, isn't it? a" Jfe* Notice to Ex-Soldiers Owing to the number of unfin ished claims, the Home Service of fice of the American Red Cross, Audubon County chapter, will re open November 5th and continue to January 1, 1922, Office open on ly on Saturday. Hours are from 8:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. and 7:00 to 9:00 p. m. We will gladly assis any ex-service man with any claim he may have against the govern ment. Mae McLaughlin, Sec'y. -/x- "V A "w*'* A' i¥ It- A.« v^".i- i\ :s\ & Will Close on Thanksgiving The Meat Market, Petersen, Small and Nelsen stores will close at 11:00 o'clock on Thanksgiving Day. -in r* y» *5 4a •*•&. „„. %••-••:. :-•:.?-** Please tell your papa and mama tlfat Thpinish's VarietyStore HOLIDAY GOODS are now on sale and that I would like to have them pay them a visit as Tsoon as possible and pick out their Christmas gifts. They have presents suit able for every member of your family- Affectionately your HMNHHll ifflWifflWiiiMroMi—a—Hi—miMm Newest Fashions in Holiday Blouses Made of Spanish silk lace combin ed with Canton crepe. Spanish Silk lace and Par sley silk. I Tailored Canton crepe andr* Crepe de chine Shades: Mohawk, Yellow stone, Beaver, Black and Brov/n, 4- J. S. SMALL muiBoniniMiiiii IIIIIMHII •iniMiniliBiiiianiii REDUCED PRICES ON Most Attractive Prices Ever 'Offered in the History of Tire Industry-. e: People ask me why I sell Goodrich Tires ex clusively. The answer is simple. 1 used to handle two or three other well known lines of tires, all higher priced than Goodrich and giving a much larger dissount. But not one of them would stand up and run mile for mile with Goodrich, -V* I am well satisfied that the volnme of sales (they always come for Goodrich) more than off sets the margin of profit I would have received on the others. ft If I were to handle a few of the hundreds of different brands I would seldom have the size and style you wanted. And if by chance 1 did/ and you knew the age of that tire you would not have bought it, even at a dissount. By handling only the one brand, you are more certain of getting a new fresh tire and' for the sacrifice of choice you get better service. a Remember the life of a rubber tire is about three years, therefore an eld tire is too high at most any price. w. 'f tyk Why so many cheap tires? Hansen Garage The Service •i a The Red Crown Gasoline a :-:r.'--5*TT-°••:-•-r.. vtf and Girls SANTA CLAUS. ?sr?r«?^fW '3*^4 •«. MsSff iiinaiiiMii •miHiiin rifl® '•«i What It Means to You 4fl Hi 4 A I fif! Re me be iI they are up to-date" in style, they are "down to-date" in price. I 4 'T yn* "A !S". I I vx tf.f V- 'i'C rf\M I ft: 1 rW-* $ I- f. •H, I 'r Wifi tt? ..