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rjs» ED LEWIS, •t PAPEB HANOEB. /, Fainting a specialty Chas. VanGorder, PreB. Ed Delahoyde, Cash. BANK OF BEAYTON. •. Does a i, !r' General Banking Business. J. C. HABDMAN, v' at the A VL-' J, OAKWOOD STOCK FAEM. Ipfsl v~Tine Poland China Hogs. i\Vc,r •, ARE DEALERS IN MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA, P? r-^ -f 1st and 3d Tuesdays. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA. 2d and 4th Fridays. DB. W. R.KOOB, JR 7 PHKSICIAN and SURGEON. Brayton, Iowa. F. L. FREEMAN, Dealer in CIGARS, SOFT DEINKS, TOBACCO and FBDITS. Barber Shop. THE ELKHORN LUMBER CO. Handles a fine grade of LUMBBK AND BUILDING MATERIAL. Fine Furnishing Material. Figure Bills or give from yard. S. C. PEDERSEN & CO., FARM IMPLEMENTS -:|g§ if Buggies, Wagons, Feed Grinders, Corn Harvesters, Twine, Etc. NELS JENSEN, STS? FURNITURE DEALER and 1'. FUNERAL DIRECTOR CHRIS HANSEN Makes Harness to Order, 'i" Sellsi Blankets, Robes, Nets, Saddles, Whips, ,, Does Repairing. John Peterson, Pres. S. C. Pedersen, Cash ... .THE ELKHORN BANK.... Capital Stock, $50,000. Kssf* Does a General Banking Business. Collections, Real Estate and Loans. J. A. PETERSON, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN it v. Always keeps a full line of Jewelry, Sil verware and Musical Instruments at Lowest Prices. S ANNA THOMPSON, DRESSMAKER AND MILLINER. Everything fashionably done. PETERSEN & JOHNSON, GENERAL J&* MERCHANDISE B&ji Groceries, Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Dry Goods, Everything New and Good r:\ tf RASnUS NISSEN, Dealer in LIVE STOCK.... A Boy's Wild Ride for Life. With family around expecting him to die, and son riding for life, 18 miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, W. H. Brown, of Leesville, Ind., endured death's agonies from asthma, but this wonderful medicine gave instant re lief and soon cured him. He writes: "I now sleep soundly every night." Like marvelous cures of Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds And Grip prove Its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles. Guar anteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Nick Doffing & Co's drugstore. & A O N S I N E S S E O O GREEN BAY LUMBER CO. Best Illinois Coal for sale. A car of American Woren Wire Fence now ready for the market. FRANKLIN, DAVIS & CO. SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE. Tin Work Promptly Done. Prices to fit the Pocket book. W. H. PEARSON, GENEBAL, BLACKSMITHINO. Plow Work and Horse Shooing a Specialty. All work gnaranteed. 3 S I S O I E GENERHL MERGHHNDISE pg! who sell all kinds of goods at closest prices. NEW, CLEAN, BRIGHT GOODS, best in the market, lit] They also pay the highest prices for produce. JOHNSON & THOMPSON,i sell Wagons, Baggies, Furniture of all kinds, Plows for Fall Work. I. O. O. F. Meets Every Saturday Evening. BENDIXEN CO., GENEBAL MERCHANDISE Carry a neat and up-to-date stook. Treat everybody fair and square. E O N S I N E S S E O JAMES & HANSEN Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE Closing out Summer Goods for fall goods. Handle the famous E XIRA LIQUID HOG REMEDY. CARL SCHRODER. BLACKSMITH Horse Shoeing, Plow Sharpening. Gasoline Power. Does First Class Work. ERIC HANSEN handles FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS Highest Prices paid for Hides DR. MARY HEILESEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office hours 1 to 5. Elkhorn, Iowa ELKHORN FLEAT MARKET. FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS. Everything kept fresh on ice NIS LARSEN & SON, MILLER'S STUDIO. HIGH PRICED PHOTOS OLSEN'S TONSORIAL PARLORS. All kinds of Tonsorial Work. P. J. HANSEN, PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER All work done neatly and with dispatch CHRIS O. JENSEN, Dealer in LIVE STOCK A Parson's Noble Act. "I want all the world to know," writes Bev. C. J. Budlong, of Asha way, R. I., "what a thoroughly good and reliable medicine I found in Elec tric Bitters. They cured me of jaun dice and liver troubles that had caused me great suffering for many years. For a genuine, all-around cure they excel anything I ever saw," Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver, Kidney and Stomach troubles, Don't fail to try them. Only 50c. Satisfac tion is guaranteed by Nick Doffing & Co. W. M. BUCKLEY, HABNESS HADE TO OBDEB. Carries Whips, Robes, Blankets, Nets, Etc. L. M. PARROTT. FBESH and CUBED MEATS of all kinds. Highest price for Hides. FRED H. FRANKLIN & CO. PHARMACIST. Carries a complete stock of Drugs. Prescriptions carefully compounded. I. P. HALLOCK. GENERAL STORE Groceries and Dry Goods. Always New and up-to-date. Oakflold. J. W. Cannon, Manager. DIRECTORY OF BRAYTON CHURCH. Sunday services:— Preaching 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 12:00 m. Preaching 7:00 p.m. Junior Society 3:00p.m. B. Y. P. U. meeting Friday evening, 7:30 p. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m. Covenant meeting Wednesday evening preced ing first Sunday in each month. C. M. WILCOX, Pastor. AUDUBON COUNTY JOURNAL $1.00 a year. See our Premium Offer elsewhere in this issue. DR. P. SOE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Elkhorn, Iowa JERRY MILLER All kinds of SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE. Gives low prices and satisfaction H. A. ELflQUIST, D. D. S., is permanently located in Elkhorn and prepared to do all kinds of DENTAL WORK. Office opposite John Peterson's. PETER JENSEN, GENTS'FURNISHINGS. Overcoats, Wool Underwear, Duck Coats in season. ELKHORN HOTEL SERVES GOOD MEALS Board by day or week. Furnishes good beds. THE ELKHORN COLLEDE expects to open in December with a big membership, as the buildings are in good shape. GEO. HENNINGSEN, PLASTERER AND BRICK MASON- All work satisfactory. S. P. KAAE. ..WOOL DEALER.. NELS NELSEN, Contracts for building. Does First Class Carpenter Work. Take Care of the Stomach. The man or woman whose digestion is perfect and whose stomach performs its every func tion is never sick. Eodol cleanses, purifies and sweetens the atomaoh and onres positively and permanently all stomaoh troubles, in digestion and dyspepsia. It is the wonderful reoonBtrnotlve tonic that is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by oonveying to their bodies all of the nourish ment in the food they eat Bev. J. H. Holla day, of Holladay, Miss., writes: Kodol has cnred me. 1 consider it the best remedy I ever UBed for dyspepsia and stomach troubles. I was given up by physiolans. Eodol saved my life. Take it after meala. Mick Doffing Oo. Oakfieicl Hans Hansen and family of Exira visited Monday at the Bendixen home. Ed Delahoyde of Exira was in the bank this week during the absence of F. L. Miller. Isaac Shirey, one of the farmers near town, was a county seat visitor Tuesday to pay his taxes. Horace Bartlett was in town the first of the week and purchased Car rara paint for his new buildings. H. S. Wattles expected to go to Audubon the first of the week to do some surveying for different persons. In the game of ball last week be tween Anita and Brayton the home team was defeated by a score of 15 to 9. Fred H. Franklin went down to the capital of Cass county Tuesday evening to transact business between trains. Several from Exira were down to the home of S. C. Nelson down near the Cass county line last Sunday at their big party. Joe Smith and wite from Griswold were over Sunday visiting with his parents Christopher Smith and wife whollves out west of town. Bain! rain! rain! about four inches of water tell Monday night and Tues day. No one could move about much and the streets seemed deserted. Marion Jenkins fixed up one of their show windows Monday that shows good taste and a window that would attract attention in a larger town. Yellow Rose was brought home Monday from her season's work hav ing been to five fairs and taken two first and two second which is quite a creditable showing for her first season. Owners of threshing outfits had a lay off the first of the week and had an opportunity to overhaul and re pair and get things in shape for good weather. Mrs. P. T. Nelsen, living over west of Brayton, was very sick the first of the week, and her friends are very hopeful of hearing ot her being en tirely recovered soon. Miss Lee Griffith is enjoying a visit this week from her mother who lives at Galesburg, Illinois. She came last Thursday and expects to give her daughter a good visit. Pat Maher departed Monday lor Omaha to undergo we understand a surgical operation in one of the hospitals there, where he can have the opportunities of trained nursing Mre. James Wilson living south ot town and who has been in Kansas for some time nursing a case of typhoid fever and just got home last week is now quite sick herself with this dis ease. Word comes back from Blair, Ne braska, that C. L. Bisom and Joe Dover had got that far and that Charley was much improved in health and they are having a good time. Mike Christensen and wife from Nebraska were in Brayton Monday visiting at the Bendixen home. They were at one time residents of this vicinity and their friends here gladly welcome them. Bendixen Co., have proved them selves wishing to be up to date by putting in anew grocery counter in wnich they can keep their dried fruits and such things so they can do away with their old time boxes. L. F. Miller believes that the woman should have all the con veniences of modern improvement and purchased her one of the best stoves in town last week. She will now be able to do her work more easily and in a more satisfactory manner. Dick Clark is over in Guthrie Center this week in attendance at the county fair now in session at that place. Jens Juhl is running or would run the engine for the threshing outfit Dick works with if it* were possible to get out and thresh. We now handle the celebrated Cooper wagon, Deere plows and windmills. We have a choice lot of oa feuce posts tor sale. A full line of buggies and surreys. I also have complete line of blankets, robes and fur coats. J. H. JOHNSON. Successor to Johnson & Thompson. L. D. Pearson, father of H. C. Pearson the blacksmith at Brayton, was over from his home near Bray ton last Friday, visiting for the first time in about two years as his health has not been very good. On Satur day he went out to visit his old time friend, Ben Simpson, at his country home on the Stilleide farm. One of the daughters of Soren Nelson south of town had a birthday arrive in her increasing years last Sunday and as some of her friends had like occurences in their lives all gathered at the home of her parents for a good time. Everyone took something along to help to make the gathering a great success which they did to the evident satisfaction of all present. L. F. Miller, the cashier at the bank, was called to the bedside of his brother, Peter, Monday, who lives at Axtel, Nebraska, and who was report ed very sick. Later word came Tues Braytorv and day that he had passed away. He was quite well known to the people of this community as he was fct one time owner of the drug store here and afterwards part owner of and builder of one of the elevators here. All will regret learning of his death and ex tend their sympathies to his brother and family here. The first of the week a family of movers who have been out in Colora do, but who live in Perry, drove into town having a very sick boy with them and nearly destitute for want of food. The people soon discovered it however, and soon a man was passing about soliciting for their welfare and receiving a liberal donation in money which was soon turned into eatables. Then a house was secured and then fuel so they were made comfortable. The town people are to be commend ed for their open handed hospitality in helping this family. Kimballton and Elkhorn News. Rasmus Hedegaard purchased the lots in Kimballton owned by Peter Heigaard but who has now purchased the store at Fiscus. Mr. Heidegaard sold these to Mr. Heigaard just be fore the latter went to the old coun try over a year ago and now believes that it is a good investment to buy it back. Last Sunday the time had passed far enough that Mrs. Geo. Henning sen in Elkhorn could work off another year of her life and in order to have the event a memorable and long lived one their friends were invited in to help them out in their festivities. Much had been prepared for the en tertainment of the guests who had assembled. In return for the kind ness the guests left rocking chairs so that when they take their ease the friends will be remembered. The Gun Clnb at Kimballton gave a big shooting match last Saturday in which there were many who took part. A great many from Elkhorn and surrounding country were present. The first of the shooting was against odds as a strong wind was blowing from the side. The club had about $55 worth of prizes and gave splendid treatment to every visitor who was present. The fol lowing is a list ot winners and prizes: 1. Chris Christoffersen, couch. 2. Harold Hansen, fur robe. 3. Andrew Jensen, Morse chair. A. Andrew Carstesen, pair horse blankets. 5. C. C. Miller, lamp. 6. Peter Juel, gasoline stove. Con Schroeder, pair shoes. M. C. Nelsen, rifle. Wal ter Olsen, razor. Torvel Jensen, wine set. Joe James, watch chain. R. P. Larsen, watch set. P. E. Morteusen, berry 6et. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 355. Married. Last Saturday at two o'clock in his home in Elkhorn, A. Bergreen and Flora Nelsen were united as husband and wife by Rev. Gregersen of the church in Kimballton. Mr. Ber green has been a well known person age in Elkhorn for years, having served them in many ways and now as postmaster holds a confidence among the people that few men can. The bride came here but a short time ago from Denver, Colo., and bears an intelligence along the line of her future work that will make her a helpmate to her husband. She enters the beautiful relation at once of mother to several motherless child- Everyone Knows Cood Rigs at Reasonable Rates ren and accepts a responsibility and guardianship that takes ingenuity and skill, yet nevertheless bears with a beauty of lite unknown to many. Only a few close friends were present but they left some very sub stantial tokens of their friendship and esteem in the way of beautiful presents. Headache kills, not necessarily suddenly, but SURELY. It preys upon the intellectual powers more than we realize. It consumes the vitality faster than nature can replenish it, and we cannot tell just what moment a temporary or complete aberration of the mind will result. Headache and pain should be promptly re moved—but properly. Many pain cures are more harmful than the pain. Beware. If you would be safe, take Dr. A Pain Pills. Miles' "As a result of neuralgia I lost the sight of my right eye, and the pain I have suffered Is incomprehensible, be ing obliged to take opiates almost con tinually. A friend gave me one of Dr. Miles'Fain Pills and it promptly re lieved me. I then purchased a box and now my trouble is gone. They have also "cured my daughter of nervous headache, and I heartily recommend them to others."—W. ]. COSXSV. re mand, Texas. Sold by Druggists. 25 Doses, 25c. Dr. MUea Madloal Co., Elkhart, Ind. wiul Worried Her. Mrs. Meek—Of course I am worried as a dutiful wife I can't help feeling BO, for I am sure my husband is keep ing something from me, and I shan't be content until I know exactly what is. Mrs. Freak—My husband la keeping something from me, and I am worried because I know what It Is. Mrs. Meek—Indeed! What is it?" Mrs. Freak—It is money.—Washing, ton Times. '"Snuff" Is the local name of a mys« terlouB malady which has already caused the deaths of many sheep in Cardignanshlre, Wales. The largest loaves of bread In tbe world are those baked In France and Italy. They are often as much as feet long. that good paint on buildings makes them wear longer if it is made of the right ma terial. We have employed a painter who understands his business and will contract to do your work at figures that will surprise you. Our barn paint was gotten specially for that purpose and will surely suit you. Come to us for figures. Fred Fra.nklirv & Co. BRAYTON, IOWA. Park Livery Barn. VIC CEARHEART, Proprietor. 'Bus to and from all trains. FlrQt-Class Horses always furnished. BLX A Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea. Some years ago I was one of a par ty that intended making a long bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford County, Pa. I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea, and was about to give up the trip, when editor Ward, of the Laceyville Messenger suggested that I take a dose. of Chamberlain's, Colic, Cholera and? Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchased a bottle and took two doses, one before starting and one on the route. I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill effect. Again last summer 1 was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery. I bought a bottle of this same remedy, and this time one dose cured me. Sold by W. A. Hamler and all patent medicine dealers. First Class Conveyances on Short Notice. S 8 S 3 5 Exira. Iowa.