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We have about 75 or 100 pairs ®f Shoes that we are
closing out at below cost. A $3. 50 Shoe now ft ft IQ
goes at wZilu
$2.00 and $1.50 Shoes are now reduced to only
We also have a large stock of Overshoes we will sell
at 5 per cent discount. Come in while we have your.
We also have a good line of Christmas Dishes. jc
We pay the highest price for Poultry and EggB
Dealer in General Merchandiser Brayton
FOnVIHCOMATtSMKIDNEYSAMOSLAODEn fOIIIIHCUMATfSftl KIONCYSAMO SLAOOKS
We Are Going To Build
For Cash we will commence
to reduce our entire stock of
Groceries November 15th.
We need the cash. Every
thing must go. Come in and
get some bargains.
Larsen & Son
•ifcw,r.iK: "I want to tell you what BONANO has done for two of my patients.
They used to have so much pain in the hands and feet from acid in
the blood and it is nearly all gone, and I have one little boy that was
very weak. I have him drinking it and it is helping him so much.
Also another in Danville, Pa., that is getting great good from BO
NANO and I teii all I can about it."
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BONANO makes the hot table drink which will do good instead of harm,
benefit the health instead of undermining it as does tea and coffee. This is
because BONANO, being ma-de from the pulp of rich, ripe, fully matured ba
nanas, contains no unconverted starch and no poison or drug like caffein or
thein found in coffee and tea. "j
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BONANO will not disturb the weakest stomach and being made from
fruit, will tend to keep the bowels normal and regular. It will not excite the.,
nerves, hence may be drank just before retiring. In fact, a hot cup before
going to bed will induce sleep.
BONANO is packed in cans and sells through grocers at 25c. Each can"
contains enough for 75 big cups, so that it is the most economical as well as
the best drink.
If your grocer doesn't have it send 2c stamp and we will mail you a triaL
package, enough for 10 cups, and descriptive booklet.
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INTERNATIONAL BANANA FOOD CO.
Brayton, Iow3 ,.
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For Sale by H. P. Petersen
Mrs. S. F. Pearl was an Exira shop
J. H. Bergh was in Audubon
Kathleen Freeman was
friends in Exira Friday.
Nels P. Hoegh had business calling
him to Atlantic Saturday.
George Freemainnoved Monday to
the Nels Hansen residence.
Mrs. G. L. Bieom went to ISxira
Friday returning home Saturday.
F. B. Heath of Exira was in Bray
ton on business one day last week.
Roy Dryden came down from
Hamlin Wednesday to visit friends.
There will be a dance at the
Jensen Hall Friday night Decem
ber 15th- Good music, .-i
S. R. Nelson of Atlantic was in
Brayton on businsss last Wednesday.
FerdiBand Hansen bought the C.
K. Hallock eighty west of town last
Uhrls Andersen went to
Monday to visit his brother for a few
Mrs. Nels Nelson is visiting in At
lantic with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nels Hansen and wile of Atlantic
were over Sunday guesjts, at the Dr.
Mrs. Arthur Andersen and Vivian
Bartlett made a shopping trip to At
Peter Mathiesen of Elk Horn went
to Audubon Tuesday to get his na
Ethel Bisom went to Exira Satur
day for a short visit with her sister,
Mrs. Henry Hansen.
Han9 Hansen of Hansen Heights
was in Brayton Tuesday on his way
to Andubon on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Jensen of Harlan
were guests of their daughter, Mrs.
Chris Larsen a part of last week.
We are selling fresh pork cheap
just now. We have thirty nice
healthy hogs in our yard. Cone and
select one,and we will make the price
Larsen & Son,
L. C. Heath aid wife are visiting
in Atlantic with their son, Lewis
Heath and wife:1
Anna and Krestense Andersen spent
Saturday night at the Lewis Heath
home in Atlantic.
Swanee River troop, the third
number of the lecture course will be
in Brayton Thursday night, Decem
Mrs. R. Miller went to Extra'
Monday to visit his sister Mrs. Hem
Ed Elwood and wife of Greenfield
are visiting her parents Mr abd Mrp.
A little daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Will"Essington, Tuesday,
December 12, l9il.
Mrs. C. Leigan went to Atlantic
-Tuesday to visit her husband, who is
employed in a garage there
Mrs. Ralph Goodwin returned
Monday from an ex'ended visit with
her husband's people at Wiota.
Jack Miller, who has been visiting
friends near Brayton for sometime
left Tuesday for Denmark to spend
Don't forget the date. Dec. 30th,
the Swanee River Co. This is expec
ted to be the best Lumber of the lec
ture course. d28
fin. Johnson left Monday for
Oregon City Oregon, to look up a lo
cation. If he is pleased with the
country, his family will join him in
The Swanee River Co. area colored
troop. They sing, play and repro
duce old plantation songs, come fully
yon are assured of your
moneys worth,- the house will be
packed. Be sure of a seat by getting
one early. For sale at the Miller
drug store. d28
We want to bay yoar bides. Get
oar price's before you sell.
Nie Larson ds Son,
"I had been troubled with constipa
tion for two years and tried all of the
best physicians in Bristol, Tennessee.,
and they could "do nothing for me,"
writes Thos. E. Williams, Middleboro,
Ky. "Two packages of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets cured me
Sold by Winfrey & Chantry.
Duroc Jereey Fall and Spring
Boars. Prices reasonable.
tf T. J. (Joglon,
Sunday School at 10 a. m.:
Preaching at 11:00 a. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. tn.
Prayer meeting & Bible Stady
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
HOW 'BOOT A TRADE}
If Your Property Does Not Suit You.
You Can Get One That Does.
Tbe.Journal has a number of pro
perties on its list, wbicb are subject
to exchange. If you want to trade
your farm for a larger one, or for
one in a different location, write us
what you want and we will try to
makeyou an offer.
All communications of tbie na
ture will be held ,in the strictest
Poland Gbinae Spring and Fall
Boars, sired by the Ohampion hop
al the Audubon .County Fair. Call
Lightning Kills Pew
In 1906 lightning killed only 169 peo
ple in this whole country. One's chanc
es of death by lightning are less than
two in a million. The chance of death
from liver, kidney or stomach trouble
is vastly greater, but not if Electric Bit
ters be used, as Robert Madsen, of West
BurliDgton, Iowa proved. Four doctors
gave him up after eight months of suf
fering from virulent liver trouble and
yellow jaundice. He was then complete'
ly cured by Electric Bitters. They're
the best stomach, liver, nerve and kid
ney remedy and blood purifier on earth,
Only 50c at Winfrey & Chantry's.
The Journal baa made arrange
ments with the publisher ot "Pro
fitable Farming," whereby anyone
renewing, paying in advance, or
subscribing new will receive this
magazine, which is a high class
semi-monthly Farm Journal, pub
liehed at St. Joseph, Missouri, FKEE
for three years. This offer applies
to ALL those who bave paid one dol
lar or more since tbe big contest
has started, aB well aB those who
may hereafter do BO. It is neces
sary merely to ask ftbat it be sent
you. Write or call up the Journal.
Saved flfs Wife's Life
'•My wife would have been in her
grave today," writes O. H. Brown, of
Muscadine, Ala., ?*if it had not been for
Dr. King's New Discovery. She was
down in her bed, not able to get up with
out help. She had a severe bronchial
trouble and a dreadful cough. I got her
a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
and she soon began to mend and was
well In a short time." Infallible for
coughs and colds, it's the most reliable
remedy on earth for defperate lung trou
ble, hemorrhages, lagrippe, asthma,
hay fever, croup and whooping cough.
50ot $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Winfrey & Chantry
Greeley Mutual Fire In
Why not insure in this Com
pany? They are the most reli
able and cheapest Company
in existance. Also Wind and
Tornado Insurance written.
H. N. Huss, Secy.
Our splendid line of Holiday Goods is now open
for inspection. Gall upon us early and moke your
CHRISTMAS IS CONING
And everybody who sees our Beautiful Display of
Holiday Attractions is glad_of it. Come to Head
quarters for the Right Presents at the
12 to 88 iuchee iii diameter
C. M. PATH Route I EXIRA
Lioivent Jtatvs. Complete ket
of Abstract t'f Title to nit
La-idH and Tutnn t.otn in Att
OHfl»LFvS 9 AG LEV
It Never Flickers
The long winter even
ings give a woman a'splen
did chance for sewing or
embroidery but her eves
suffer from die strain unless
she has a good light
The Rayo is the best
It gives a strong, diffused light that is remarkably easy to die eyes.
There is no glare to it no flicker. It lights up a whole room.
The Rayo is an economical.lamp, too.
You get the mo«t potable light-value (or the o3 burned and the Rayo fadf a
low-priced lamp. Yet it ii handiome lamp—an ornament to any room in the houaa.
The Rayo Lamp i* eauly lighted without removing (hade or chimney easy to
clean and rewicL Made of solid bra**, nickel-plated alio in numeroiu other riyiw
Aik your deibr to show you hk lia* of Rtyo limns or write (or daeriptirecircuW
to any agency of the
Standard Oil Company
dictates that money should be kept at the
bank and paid out by check instead of
currency. By doing this you avoid mis
understandings and always get a receipt
for your payment.
Bank your money with this bank.
Whether the amount you handle is small
we welcome it just the same and give the
vl~ small account the same careful attention
1 as we give to the businees of the largest
First National Bank
We also re-line and repair old fur coats and
robes. It will, pay you to write for our free cata
log and price list. Fine Furs Dressed and made
up to your order.
_, Highest Market Prices
f^'^paid for Hides, Furs and Wool.
H. WILLARD, SON A CO.
Kstabltokwl 1864 MarShalltOWn, lOWa-The Hows ol Quality"
WE TAN HIDES
A N A E O
(OATS, ROBES, MITTENS. ETC
If! Send us your next cow or horse hide and let ut make you a good
Or robe. We can save you from $10.00 to $15.00 on every garment.
Our tanning process renders the hide absolutely moth, wind at
watei' propf- Every Article with WILLARD'S name on is fully guaranty
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