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Audubon Oouinty Journal Dec. 10.
Mrs. DC*"- It keepe us busy to keep our stock, fuill, so we can meet all de mands. We are especially prepared now to take care of orders requir ing cut lumber. But our stock of 'Sty.-' W, FINISH LLMIJEIl is also complete, including White Pine, Yellow„Pine and Cypress Fin ish, etc. Fullerton Lumber Company 8H WHAT SAVED HER LIFE Martin Tells About a Painful Experience that Might Have Ended Seriously. Rivesvllle, W. Va.—Mrs. Dora Martin, vln a letter from Rlvesville, writes: "For three years, I suffered with wo manly troubles, and had pains in my ... back and side. I was nervous and could not sleep at night. The doctor could not help me. He' said I would have to be operated on be fore I could get better. I thought I would try using Cardul Now, I am entirely well. I am sure Cardui saved my life. 1 •will never be without Cardui in my home. I recommend it to my friends." For fifty years, Cardui has been re lieving pain and distress caused by wo manly trouble. It will surely help you. It goes to the spot—reaches the trouble—relieves the symptoms, and drives away the cause. If you suffer from any symptoms of womanly trouble, take Cardui. Your druggist sells and recommends it. Get a bottle from him today. Jstsjs N. B.— Write to: 'i'Jtor Ladles' Advisory Dept., Ohstta- v'i'rooga Medicine Co.. ClnuanooRa. Tenn., for •jt Jnttnictioim, -jp/iMwnfy -4AA. ^Wsy *&a/vc> JumdfuMU ofc 7 jrvtittlk, wnjovuLij, It will be ECONOMY for you to visit our store before buying your Xmas presents. We have multi tudes of attractive, unusual articles for gifts that you will not see or think of when going through other stores. Our Xmas stock will be EASY to inspect as your attention will not be distracted by articles that are not suitable for presents. £X?RA DROG COMPANY, We give you what you ASK for, LUMBER PILES Special and 64-iuj book. "Heme Treatment Women." sent In plain wrapper, on reauest. -Catarrh Cannot Be Cured* With T^OCAIJ APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, 'and in order to cure it you must take in ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly upon (the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall a Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best P"VW sicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription. It is composed o. the best tonics known, combined with tha best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. Ti pcrfcct combina tlon of the two in^r'ilrnt'i wh^t pi ctures wondorf'tl in curing 'catarrh, ripn.l lor irl'.on i'.... lree. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. i* I-rop«., Toledo, O. Sold bv Drncclsts. priro 7'". V»ko Hall's J-'tmily Pills for constipation. 4m Several leads of fat cattle were shipped to Chicago Satardaiy, eve ning. The markets are again "active and pTices while not the best are getting mere staple. The only way to get the genuine New Home Sewing Machine is to buy the machine with the name NEW HOME on the aim and in the legs. This machine ia warranted fur all time. ether like it „!:er as good Lie Hsw l!ame Sewing Machine Compiny," ORANGE. MASS. Reliable Dealer Wanted in Thl* Texritoi-y. oven c3 \zr.r.z' *r tXPEHICrJCE Trade RC.'.r.KS Cuslc.is CopvnicHTS &.c. Anyone sending ai"Hctrh mid rtoscrlntlon quickly uscertum «»ttr free whether i.- i... invent ion 1s prohiibly pate«'»"h1e. Communl'* ttoiiBsirtctiycoi.iiiieutinl. HAIiOBOOK on Patc.iu eent. free. Oldest fluency forpecurlnp patents r.tteutf taken turor.k'h Ma:m & Co. rucuivc tpfcialnolicet without chnrco, lathe hftfldaonjely v^okly. clr culutuni of i:ny uirnul. 'i .nu.i, your: 1"ir ni4"iiJUf •. UyuU nowu.. ikrs. MUNN&nCold :.364Cro^»'f!a,vYc:!! Dranch Cfflco, ."25 Pt^ \7nahiDr'ton,D. To Cool a Bum and Take C. 4 the Fire Out Be Prepared F°* Accident! A Hwsehold Remedy HARFORD'S Balsam o^Myrrh For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Sprains, Strains, Stiff Neck, Chilblains, Lame Back, Old Sores, Open Wounds, and all External injuries. Made Since 1348. Price 50c and $1.00 II VI I OR WRITE All Dealers^"SK&K"- Dec. 3, 11)14. John Men ick&cn letv.rned to lids home in Atlantic after spending a weak at t.lie home of his brother-in law, H. C. Ande son and lier rela tives-. M. X. Esbtck of Kim' a lton was a business isitc here Friday Mr. and Mrs. N. Clemmcnsen aud Mr. and M. s. J. Ohois.e..s visited Friday at the Cliris Lar.sen 1itme near Fiscus. HH1 Miss Esther Petersen attended tli-e wedding of Mr. Magnus Jensen and Miss Martha Neleen of Meimils Grove Thursday. About 60 ladies wlio are members of the ladies aid h:te were enter tained at tlie home of Mrs. Nels Olsen Tuesday afternoon. Miss Meta Peters:.n returned to her home in Stuart Thursday after spending several dsys he and in Kimballton soliciting funds for the Missions. She also visited at the home of her cousin Hon. O. H. Jacobsen and family. P. C. Petersen went to' Atlantic Friday evening. Messrs Virt Andersen, Clarence C'unnirghiam and Sadie Andersen of Atlantic spsnt Tlanksgiving at the Soren And reen Lome. Andrew Esbeclc had tih'& misfoir tune to cu.t one of his hands pretty badly in a corn sheller. No bones weie broken and he will no doubt be able to use it again soon. Miss rti$ Soreaisen from near Rorbeck spent list wer.k at the Geo. Rasmussen home.' Mads Nelsen has recently invest ed in a young span of mules. Theyj are certainly fine lookers. Chirde So en&an aind family and A. C. Andersen and family of Rorbeok enjoyed a good day at the Marius Julil home west of town Thursday. Mir. and Mrs. N Is Jorgensen itre the proud par 1:its of a 1. ew d^igaiter at their home •«W Peter Johnson the oltl .ntLeman who as worked on the section tilie past few years had the misfomune to break lids collar bone. He wws eating his lunch and a couple of ot.lur ir. wi vbo were also working on the section were scuffling for tihe pie«su tlere was in it, fell over the said Mr. Johns bre iking lias collar bon He will mt be able to work for some time. A cidenis will happen Ernest' Miller of Hail s.pe. a few days luxe with rel:tives. Coral Eebeck wiho is in Indiana studying nwisic is expeo ed to re urn ncit week. 1 George C. Hoegh who has been working in Om ha for two momt/hs 1 was a isitor hei a few -ys ago. Jim Pii's and the Missts Anna Pe ters«n Sana Cailson and Ingqr 01 se»n motored to Blair and spent Thuireday with iende at the na College, Blair, Neb. Mcbbib J. C. Christeas«n, C|re- gor egorsen and wives spent the day Thursday wditii the Lawrence Pot efsen family who reside ncrtih east of Exina. The College «e opened Dec. 1st. A good many young people enro'led. Looks like we are going to ha^e a new opera house. Mr. and Mas. Thorwald Qiregor sen lebrated ieir nt.h wedding anniversary iVionoay. Dec-. 10, 1914. Mrs. Bjtilda Hansen retuimed Fri day from- a few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Willie Esbeck and family cast of town. P. A. Petersen, and family wiere Atlantic visitors last Sa'urday. Messrs P. Hoegh and Win. l-loash and wives attended the wedding of Bonnie Hoegh and Emma Clausen Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Thos. Olsen and little daugh ter from nearHamlin Bpent part m' last werk at the home., of her par ents, Mr. and Airs. Hans Mairquiesen. Mr. and Mrs: Honry P. -Caa-lsion yho now j-esido at Sharoin but for- 'A "wr An ideal gift would be one of our fine suits or overcoats moderate price, $12.50 up. List of Gift Suggestions Fur caps, $2.00, &3.00 and &1.00 Hats 2.50 to 5.00 Suit Cases 2.50 and up. Mack in a ws 5.00 to 8.00 French imported Perrin gloves 1,50 to 2.00 Dress Shirts Box of collars 1.50 Folding Umbrellas 2.50 New silk muffler 1.00 Knit muffler 50c Suspenders 500 4 pair of hose in a box 1.00 Linen handkerchiefs, small initial... 25c (xarters 25c Suspenders and garter combination.. ,75c Garters and belt combinrtion 75c Hoseiry, hdkfs and tie combination 1.50 Hosiery-handkerchiefs combination Bedroom slippers 75c to 1.25 Sweater Coats 1.00 to 4.00 ^p*rv merly lived on a farm soiuitih wiest of tloHvyt and latter move^ tp Mon tana were here one day last week. Soren Priis went to Omaha a few days ago and underwent an opera tion for appendicitis at the Eman ual hospital. His broth*|r-in-law H. C. Hansen accompanied him there and he returned Saturday with vijry enoraginog reports from Mr. ii is Boinn to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Pet ersen in town a daughter Dec. 5tli. Mr. and Mrs. Mads Mad&an enter tained sf me of there friends at •their 'hame on Sunday afternjoon. The Carlson young folks "north west of town were guests at the Friis home here Sunday. Ruidolpih, tihe yau-ngesit son. of Mr. and Mire. Rasmus Hansen took sick with Typhoid fev.ir and was taken ,|o the hospital ait Atlantic. Thor. M'idsen Jr. who oc-cupied rooms in the basement under tQie Park Hotel has moved into t,be hcuse of Tho-r. Madsen's Sr. that is located southeast of town. The house -is occupied by Mr. -Ohiris Wee tergaard and eamily.' The skating rink that was start ed a sho time ago at the Park Ho tel hall seems a success indeed. Evtrjbody enjoys the sport in spite of the bumps and falls. Messrs P. A. Pete sen, A. G. Boose and wivr$ motored over «Snth of Oakfield 'ThU'iisd-iy and spent the day wsitli the A. P. Ander son family. The next! day they wei guests at the Andrew Jacobsen home no'rtlii of Walnint. M. K. Ji lisen took Mjr. and M-re. lM. SeiyimioniT to itheir home in At iiit: Satuuday after spending sev eral days at -Hie hoane of their daughter, Mrs. J. P. Begintsen (ind family w- st of town. Kind Petersen the banker as go ing to erect a big opera house w.hiicih will cover 'two lots soutili of his pool hall. The scraping fotr th© foundatiioii lias begun, aud it looks like tihe building will be a good big one. Born ito Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lar son a tem lb. baby boy Dec. 4th. .\v'' Appropriate Gifts For E^rybod\c J|/ Presents for the baby. Presents for Grandma and Grandpa. Pres ents for the Children. Presents for Parents Practical presents. Presents to make the home more beautiful. Presents to wear. Of all these various kinds of gifts we have the biggest, best and most tempt ingly priced display ever shown in this town. This Christmas exposit ion awaits you NOW. Be sure to see it before the eager crowds of holiday shoppers draw on it for their gift needs. 'J% l.oo 0 B?fD j«C O XT ON AUDUBON TWP. O O O Earl Walker and family s.pent Mon day a/t Albert Herrick's. ,»J Mts. Clarence Davis and children are on a visit at Audubon.. Harold Laylapd will speed the winter with his sistei-, Mrs. C. Davis and attend school. 'v '7: ', Little Eajrl Troxal son of Mr. and Mrs. Adaan Tro-xal is sick and un der tlie Doctor's caie. Joseph Huffman and Clarence PcB iy sodd their corn to Jaimes Jen sen. Jacob Swin of Atlantic is a vis itor at the James Jensen home. Mrs. Henay Baker is better this writing. Good Values in Women's ». and Misses' Coats from $8.50 and up. Xmas Gifts for Her Fur set for gifts $6.00 to $25 00 Muff for Xmas 3.00 to 12.50 Dress gloves 1.25to||l.50 Silk Waists 2 50 toi¥ 6.00 "Lingerie waists 1.00to ,1.50 Boudoir Bonnets ...50c Novelty vests 50n Xmas handkerchiefs 25c to 60c New style Ruffs and collars 25c to 75c Silk hosiery 60c to $1.00 Handbags 50c to 2.50 Vanity Cases 75c to 2.50 Fancy Combs 25c to 1.50 at The cajtiliolic people of our neigh borhood aire enjoying a week's meet ing at the Exira Catholic Cthuroll. Viola and Lauira Jol.uson are on a visit at Audubon. Tramps are getting quiite numar os, two being in this neighbourhood this week hunting foir board a,nl Bolls Biliousness Malaria Constipation Perhaps this case may be similar to yours J' Wesley Cf CTTcx C73,) Cctma, C.M, writes: Gentlemen:—*'I crivci mo much pleasure tobenblo to send you a ix* by its reaching some cufferer your Evdicinoav/hl do as much for him as they have for ir.o. At ll.jnra of fourteen I was troublod a (Trent de-lwuh m-,!?.: Luindbl.iouBnoss/accoinpnr.ic v.ith the worst to.la. was porsuadtd by my parents, wh: I'. '.-.'o ..1 w.,ya been strong believers in Dr. Pier.-e's rc.-.- n, 1 tha C-ldeh EScdlcnl Discovery. I to. cno bntt'e and the boil.T all dis appeared, but I .' .i I too': t'-eo and the malar51 1 nd 1 hav« 1 :io more boils to this day, t:...n, vj 'CoL, a Discovery' for my relief. "Following an operation fnp r~'* c~-» I was troulikd very much win 11#ai:H i"-1' .s Page Time©. -J Silk Dress Patterns e. Mary Pickford. cap, 2.50 to 3 00 Bedroom slippers 75c to 1.00 Folding Umbrellas 2 50 Fancy bedroom slippers for the little folks 75c and 85c rr*s AX m. '•V lodging. 4^^ 1 Mra. EVa)a|cis Edwards was very sick Thursday. Dr. Jacobsen of Ex ira was called to attend the case. Allie Peonry is sipendirg the week with his sister Mrs Ed L^wis near Brayton. Oscar Johnson., and Adam Troxal sold cattle to Andrew Wells Thurs day. Mrs. Oscar Johnson celebrated her 40th birthday Tiusday Dec. lst.«»T«f*-. E. B. Perry sold a steer to Ad-inx Troxal. Walter Slotftdt will farm the Will Baylor farm the coiming year, Jolhin Baylor has rented the Ci liak fanrn nea.r Anita. K1NE PLACK FOR SALE MILES FliOftl E.V1KA 160 acres within 3 miles of Exira ueai school a :d on main road. It has a good 8 room house good barn and plenty of out buildings all well kejt up all under cultivation and lays well all fenced hog tight. On mail route and telephone, it ha» a never ending wa:er supply both well and running windmill water works and orchard. V_ Very easy teams. Want to leave nearly all my money in the place. Call at Journal Office. Friend of the Journal, we deilrt to impiess upon you the value of the War Atlas we offer, to pay up or fo" a new name on our list The Atlas' are going faat better send the dollar or a check for a dollar. Remember they are not for sale. Given as a premium only. Are You Troubled? Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery 1*' trying Dr. Pierco'a riojiaant lhirjraiivc I- J.... ric ma of tim trnuhlesomc (rna ami have :1 I'.-ii rn-' iA injr .he wlinla troublo thinks 1 tho o.ivi.'u I have oh»-i1nml ftom T'-o I'" H«dicaiA(lvircr." Hand only 31 Y(!). jS thi»u uooju' for over forty years has been lending its aid to just such cases as thie. In oi.r possession we have thou sands of testimonials of like character. Perhaps yon r.ro Dkeptical, but i^n't it worth at least a trial in view of such strong testimony? Isn't it reason able to supposa that if it hr.3 ("one ra much for others it can do as much for you? drun-rist will Btipply you in II ...j or form, or you can HO ono-fv it stamps for a trial 1^:. Aadrvsa t-r. V. P:?L*cs, Buffalo, N. Y.