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Andubon County Journal April 15.
A HERE Our representatives are travel experts who will help you plan a wonderful and an economical outing, give you full information and look after every detail of your trip. Finest Modern fe® All-Steel Equipment Home For Her as is a well designed and roomy home that will please both you and your wife. Living room, dining room, sun parlor, re ception hall, kitchen and pantry, and a screened 14x7 foot porch, compose the first floor. The second floor provides for three bed rooms, dressing room, bath room and sleeping porch. Ad ditional rooms may be put in the ample attic. Do you want to see the floor plan and interior views? This is just a part of the helpful service we give homebuilders. And you needn't buy a cent's worth of material here unless we can show you that it is to YOUR advantage. Come in, we will be glad to show it to you. If this is not just what you want, we have other good practical homes. Green Bay Lumber Company :«IU? ^rcte |oarS The Expositions in California—the Panama-California Exposition at San Diego, and the Panama-Pacific Inter national Exposition at San Francisco, offer the greatest opportunity ever pre sented to the American people to set something of their own country. Choice of routes, with a number of limited trains to choose from, including the famous "Golden State Limited," "Rocky Mountain Limited" and "8al Ifornlan." Low fares for round trip. Liberal stopover privileges. Long re turn limit. Get a copy of our folder on the Pan ama Expositions. Tells you how to go and what you can see. For tickets, reserva tions and informal tion see VV. O. Griffith A Come here best supplies at right price Courteous service is always 1 in evidence at *hi« store with the finest supplies that can be had. It is in keeping with a pol-1 icy of handling only the best that we carry the famous United States Tire^s "Nobby Tread," "Chain Tread," Anti-Skid Tire* jjg For your absolute protection, insist gj upon "Nobby Treaii" auJ "Cham SJ Tread." H« P« Hansen, Exira I} nt» tea am prepared to do Paper hang ing, Painting, Decorating, Staining and Freecoelng. Let me figure with jrou In any of this lime of wo^k. Call Walter Laiweii 9'. WHAT MO DID FOR THIS woman The Price She Paid for Lydia E.Pinkham'sVegetableCom pound Which Brought Good Health. Danville, Va.—" I have only spent ten dollars on your medicine and I feel so much better than I did when the doctor was treating me. I don't suffer any bearing down pains at all now and I sleep well. I cannot say enough for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound and Liver Pills as they have done so much for me. I am enjoy ing good health now and owe it all to your remedies. I take pleasure in tell ing my friends and neighbors about them."—Mrs. MATTIE HALEY, 501 Col quhone Street, Danville, Va. No woman suffering from any form of female troubles should lose hope un til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial. This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to be a most valua ble tonic and invigorator of the fe male organism. Women everywhere bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia K. Pinkliam's Vegeta ble Compound will help you, write to Lydia E.PinkhamMed^pineCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. Sold Unde a Binding 6iis '3ssJ :n y.r -y V-/ 1 Fu-la Ff Man at Beat HAKFQRD'8 Bais&n of Myrrh For Cul3, BmTss^Np Bruisss. Spra:n3? Strains, Stir Ciulfcl cdiis, Lains Back, Old Sores, O pea '/ountljij p.«d a..* I ExSamau itjuric Pjinv fp' '. Anybody lu-vJ. About it. Pn' -i 5C:c and £1.00 A!i D^sn #'Jatarrh Cannot Be Cured* a IjOCAIj APPLICATIONS, na they luunot ivacli the seat of the disease. Ca irrh is a blood or constitutional disease, mid in order to cure it you must take In ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is 'alien internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best phy sicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the beBt tonics known, combined with tliii best blood purifiers, acting directly on tlio mucous surfaces. The perfc-ct combina tion of the two Ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. P.1 J. CHSNEY. CO.. Props,, Toledo. O, Sold by Druggists, prlqe 75c. 4 Site Ball'* Family FlUMor conatlp*U«W SiSii I Oakfield and Brayton Mrs. Nels Nlesrn and children were over Sunday visitors in' Atia.n- ternoon. tic w't.i her paie:.te, Mr. and Mrs. Deti mer. M. N. Nelson, Ne.s P. Hoegh and George Hardwick made a business to Omaha Friday. Marion Jenkins and Garner Bart lett had business calling tilue-m to Omaha Saturday. M:s. Mo'.lie Dryer and children have gone to a tarm northeast of Audubon to remain during the sum mer. Miss Edith Marsli from near Ajiit visited Saturday and Sunday with her friend, Alma Leigan. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cluase who have been ill with small pox were released from quarantine Tuesday. No one else contracted the disease Pick Powers and Floyd Freeman are lathing Ed Cotton's new- store .buildi.ng at Exira this week. The dance that was scheduled for Saturday night was postponed account of the bad weather. Peter Hoegh and family of Elk Horn visiited in Brayton, Sunday •with relatives. Tihe farmers in this vicinity are very busy putting in small grain. George Hoegh will turn on th.e current at the electric light plant Tuesday and flood our little city with light. Mrs. Henry Hansen entertained ElK HORN Miss Gertie Sorensen from near Rorbeck is working at the A. A.. Nel I son home southwest of town. ('. M. Hansen spoilt riunday with liis wite, and daughter, Mrs. Cope land at Harlan. Mis. Hansen was visiting there, took sick ami was o bldged to prolong her stay. Kev. J. P. Nielsen ar.d wife, mis sionaries lrom Japan have deliver ed several ln'eresting and wliok3 stiiDe lectures nere the last few days •Ions Christ.ai is having his house on Valley St. reniodled. He is navin.g a bath put in, making it a Modern home.. Garfield Christensen of Jackson ville was a guest at the R. J. Han sen home Sundav Mrs. N. J. Bor.se of rear Brayton visited a few days ago with friends at the J. R. Hansen, and other .hollies Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jessen we Atlantic visitors Monday. Tie J. J. Eebeck and Hans Mar quescn families attended the silver wedding, held Monday, of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Martioesen who reside northleasit of Kim'balltoin. Geo Esbeck made a business trip to Harlan a few days ago. J. P. Bengsiten returned Tliurs day from a business trip to Omaha. Edith, the little dauglitter of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Frederic-keen who has "been suffering with a very sore eye is reported to be getting better. Harry Chiristersen, the young man wlio .is working at t'he Lawireraoe Nelson home southwest of town and jester Petersen vissitt'd a few days aigo at t'he h.onie of the former's par- i's, MT. and Mrs. Chris Nelson northwest of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Petersen, and faiiMly from Hamlin spent a pleas ant day at h'e J. J. Esbeck home Sunday. Mr. at Mre. Victor Olvnistenseii visited relatives there a lew days. They returned to their home in Exira Tuesday. "Say do you know" that It. J. Hansen, the painter and paper hang er is busy every day papering, decor ating and beautifying homes. Call and see tihte latest (patterns in wall paper. adv. C. M. H&naen (has reoemtly IhAd a %ara£e "built on Ids lot. Thle wonfc- the Aid Society ila^t Thursday af I Geo. W. Hoeglh, son cf Nels P. H'Oegih is very .ill at lids liomie west of town. Todd Lewis of Atlantic came up Saturday to visit at the Win. Lewis home a few days, a-1 Reed Walker and wife moved out to the farm last week. Dan Coibet stayed in Brayton over Sunday on llias way from At lantic to his home in 'Audubon. Walter Hoegh. of Atlantic was in Brayton Satui day to see has broth er, Geo. W. Hoegli who is ill. 1 Peter Jacoljsen has been ill for &oitne time and is still confined to Ms home. Miss Mary Andersen of Omaha lias 'been v'sitiing h.er parents C. P. Anders:n and wife. Miss Andersen will be united in marriage Wednes day to a gen item an of Omaha the marriage taking place in that city. Mrs. R. Miller and children were over from Wiota Thursday, return ing 'home Friday. Mas. L. P. Rasmussen returned Monday from Britt wjiere she was called by the illness of heir father, wihom she left somewhat improved, following an operation. •Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen and Mrs. Nels Hansen of Atlantic were eallimg on friends in Brayton Monl day. mien are ready to Work on. the foun dation. and basement for his new dwelling. Miss Alma Jensen gave a party to a number of her friends at the Mar ius Petersen home Sunday evening in honor of her 18th birthdav. Mrs. Edniond Marqueaen of Avo ca LS visiting relatives in and out oi' town. Miss Mane Fred:rickson is still C0'I:fn:ed to her heme with Rheu matism and necvousr«£s. Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. C. Joihnsr.ji, Mr. aii Mrs. Willis Kat e: 'l.o: g, Harold Jivl.uson, .Mr. and Mis. Hans Car Sftui.een, -Mrs. Marie Jo'nr.son and ^irs. .J. (.!. Hansen -utendtci "lie Ju'il and Lvkke wedding Wednesdav A daughter was bc. to Mr. ar.d Mrs. CUis Faatorg scunl wi tt of town a few days ago. Ardee flour, $2.10, 5 sacks $10.00 Queen of Avoca flour $2, 5 for 9.50 Standard Tomatoes, 3 cans, .25 Early June Peas, 3 cans, .25 Pears, 2 cans, .25 Hominy, 3 cans .25 Krout, 3 cans .25 Sweet Potatoes, 2 cans .25 200 ork P. Hoegh and family attended a •birthday c-elebratiion held at thte H. J. Ghristensem home Friday. Miss Marie Jorgeneen lias been employed to serve soft drinks at t'he fountain at thle Liarsein-Gregor siea drug stone. I Hane Manquesen and family spenit Sunday with their daugihter and family Mrs. J. J. Hemniiok who re side near Exira. Marie, thle little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Jensen wtho acoi dently cut her lip so badly that the physician found it necessary to take a few stitches to close the wound, is reported to be getting a lonig nicely. Nip:ht Phone 74 r- I I*' 8 sho^s nuuu .GS9 Hiving recently uurchast the Jensen stoie at b.r&ytcn I desire become better quainted wi^h my custtners and to do so I am oi lering the following bargains: Highest prices paid for Butter. Eggs and Hides. aturriay Aurll 17 io Saturday Apri Jacob Andersen IBi§M»m 1 Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer BRAYTON Clearing Sale We offer for sale 100 pairs of Women's Children's aud Men's shoes at cost price 10 per cent discount on all other shoes, "ate and abd men's shoes at 10 per f.ent discount for cash. A job lot of White Canvas Women's shoes at $1.00 per pair. One dozen ptirs «entltmen's Buckskin shoes go for $1.45 a pair, cest $2 35. 30 suits of boj clothinp iu slj It-s, i'n ^2 50 to ^5.50. (111^ in and brinir your butter inrl We will 11 iv u11 hi^i.i f.1 ii t)k«t i"i f(i !M) lia I ii cleft li stuck nj 1 lit- !•. Opal and Si :•-iil'li^fn-1 brai 'o select fit ii:. 11 i^. Pagie Sevea. A daughter was born to Mr. aaUdi Mrs. Eriok Hansen recently. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Peteraen, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Krogstad and son were guiesits Saturday at ithie Ihomie of Mrs. Petersen's sister, Mrs. Chirtis Nel&en and husbamd north of Jackson vi He. Tlliieire is considerable talk of some gentleman here in town who is said to be planning on erecting a (goo|d 'buoilding llor a bakery. It is a building we are very much- in need No water works for Elfchorn. The election was a failure. A good thing was turned down and it will be real ized someday. Electric Bitt?rs a Spring TonVc.l GEORGE GORE Exira, lorn Best Red Salmon, .15 Best Pink Salmon .10 String Beans .10 25c Coffee, 5 lbs, 1.00 30c Coffee, 5 lbs, 1.25 Cocoa, 1 lb. jar .25 Laundry Soap, 8 big bars, .25 for men and boys, 25 perct. discount Cm Brayton I a a®. & $ .-*4 \5$