Mrs. Allard and daughter return
sed to their Va":lsy Junction home
ilast Thursday, after a visit at
fthe Dick Powers home.
W. IB. SMILEY
Have you weak ankles?
Corns. Bunions. Sweaty Feet
and Calouses are often due
to poor Circulation caused by
strains or pressure on the feet
These conditions and all
other foot ailments can be
ALL PAIN RELIEVED
June 26, 27, 28
We have oue of the great
est Foot Specialist in the
United States with us. He
will examine thoroughly all
cases of foot trouble and sug
gest the best remedy for each
Examination and Advice
Positively no charge for pro
No obligation on your part
Neebe's the Foot Specialists
Mrs. Sheldon Spent $1900 for
Treatment Without Bene
fit. Finally Made Well by
LydiaE. Pinkham's Veg
'r etable Compound.
Englewood, III.-jj" Whi le going
through the Change of Life suffered
-.with headaches, ner
vousness, flashes of
heat, and I suffered
so much I did not
know what I was
doing at times. I
spent $1900 on doc
tors and not one did
me any good. One
day a lady called at
my house and said
she had been as sick
as I was atone time,
and Lydia E. Pink
Compound made her well, so I took it and
now I am just as well as I ever was. I
cannot understand why women don't
see how much pain and suffering they
would escape by taking your medicine.
1 cannot praise it enough for it saved
my life and kept me from the Insane
Hospital. "—Mrs. E. SHELDON, 5657 S.
Halsted St., Englewood, 111.
Physicians undoubtedly did their best,
battled with this case steadily and could
do no more, but often the most scientific
treatment is surpassed by the medicinal
properties of the good old fashioned
roots and herbs contained in Lvdia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If any complication exists it
pays to write tlie Lydia E. Pink
liam Medicine Co., Lynn, MttSS*
lor special free
1 "VV^ 1*-
MltS. YAltNEY AND SOX HOMji—
Mrs. William Fulton and daught
er, Mrs. "\Y. E. V&rney and son, Don
ald arrived home last Thursday fron
Ocheyedan and Cadar Rapids where
they visited the former's sister in
tie first named town and in the
latter town Mr, Varney's people.
MOTHUH8 CIA'IJ PICNIC—
The Mothers Olub held a big pic
nic in the woods last Sunday, go
ing down in carss. A big picnic
dinner was enjoyed at the noon
hour to which all did ample jus
TH1] MISSES HEN'SLEV HOME—
Misses Margaret and Francis Hens
ley returned home last Thursday
from Omaha where they attended
the Academy. The former received
diploma from that school this
Mrs. Dong Hamlin left last Wed
nesday for Villisca on a visit with
her son, Roy and family.
Gene Porter is among the
possessors of autos he having
cently purchased a runabout.
rted last Friday
f.eld on an extended visit with her
parents and other relatives and
KIUK KNOX AXJ) WIFE—
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Knox auto'ed
to Adair Saturday for an over night
visit with her sister, Ruth and'
husband. Or. Sunday, they went on
to Glenwocd to make a visit at
the home of his brother John Knox
HERE FKOM ANITA—
Mrs. Frank Worthing came over
from Anita last Wednesday and
visited until Saturday with hei
daughter, Mrs. R. A. Lantz and
ATTENDING' KLMMEK St'HOOL
Miss Leila Blanchard, who visit
ed a week with her friend, Mrs
Lantz, departed Wednesday of
last week for Cedar Falls where sh
will attend Summer School.
ON THE SICK LIST—
Miss Lena Larsen, who is assist
ing with the household duties at
the Geo. Milliman home, was on
the sick list the latter part of last
JIM AKLSEN JtETl'KNEi)—
James Carls-en returndd home
from his trip to Davenport and Ke
okuk. He attended the Masonic
Grand Lodge in the first named
town and at Keokuk he saw the
large Keokuk Dam.. He reports a
very pleasant trip.
Roy Dryden and wife attended th
funeral of her cousin Floyd Cocli
ran, in Anita last Thursday after
noon. Mr. Cochran with -John Good
pasture, of Anita, were victims of
a train wreck in Utah two weeks
ago Tuesday and for a time thei
identity's were unknown. The
bodies arrived in Anita last Thurs
day morning. Mr. Cochran worked
in the Journal Office for several
months and was a young man
very clean habits. We extend our
sympathy to the relatives.
MRS. CARLSEN AT P'ARTY—
Mrs. James Carlsen v.v-n.t to At
lantic last Thursday w' •& she
tended the Japanese tea hei.l in the
Masonic Temple that afternoon.
The housekeeper at the L. P.
•Christensecn home hag resigned her
position and left for Audubon to
OI'KKATEI) OX MKS. THIELEN—
Mrs. Herbert Tliielen, of south of
town, underwent an operation in
the Atlantic hospital Thursday of
last week.. She is slowly recover
ing from the effects which her man
friends are glad to hear.
Mrs. C. C. Christensen attended
a Japanese Tea which was held in
the Masonic Temple in Atlantic
Thursday of last week. _•••
Mrs. John Baumgardner is again
up and around she making a
up town last'Saturday..
Louie Petersen returned home
Friday from a business trip to Oma
Mis. Oscar Jensen, son and daugli
HERMANWILE FRESHMAN CLOTHES*
igh grade pants, one
the best lines
that you can purchase,
consisting of Fancy and
plain worsteds, Serge,
stripes, mixtures and
plain shades large assort
ment of sizes to choose
from, come in and make
Very neat patterns
50c to $1
We are showing some
new shades in Men's
Hose, latest thing out iu
Phoenix Silk at 50c
other good grades low as
10c per pair.
Miss Hazel Hardnian of Valley
Nih. was the guest of Mrs. Harry
Miller several days last weak
Mr and Mrs. Merrill Myers caine
from Glen.wood to visit the laters
pa re n'.s, Mr. and Mit. A. P.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Simpson re
turned last week fiom the hospit
al at Roclitsler, Minn.
Tlie Band Boys were entertained
Sunday at the P. P. Nelson home
south of town.
Miss Madeline Essington enter
tained several of her girl friends,
Surday afternoon at her pleasant
home in the country.
ss Nillia Bookout returned Wed
nesday to her home at Uexter, ac
companied by Mrs. li. M. Bart
13tt, who will visit at her home fol
ia few days.
Mrs. Ray Lsonard \vnl to Audu
bon Saturday to visit her husband's
Maiinius Sorensen froni near
Marne was in Brayton Sunday, con
sulting Dr. Koob, in regard to his
iC. G. Thompson returned to
will want that new suit
before the 4th of July and we
have just what you have been
English styles, conserative,
regular and patch pockets two
and three button styles and made
of ALL WOOL.
$15, $17, $18, $20, $22, $25.
Other, good styles as low as
et style and wear one of
Hats, we have
priced them so that you can save
money by buying at this store.
Wonderful selections of all
the latest straws in the latest
$1 to $3
Buy one that is comfortable
on the head and that will shade
you every minute that you wear
Price $3 up.
A SMART SERVICEABLE
COLLAR FLEXIBLE TO?
Complete line of Col
lars. Visit this Store
often and see the new
styles we have added to
Omaha Sunday after visiting
daughters for a few days.
W. N. Nelson went to Omaha Sun
day where lis joined a delegation of!
Buick dealers of Neb., Iowa and'
S. D. 1-le will visit the Factory at!
Flint Mich. The delegation will
number 2HO and will go in a spe
cial train from Onialia, taking two
days to go through the Buick fac
A. A. Nelson and Harry Fraum
s'lipped one car of fat cattle to
the Omolia market Monray.
Jens Mikksan of Audubon has
been visiting this week with his sis
ter, Airs, Chris Hansen.
Perry Vaughn of Atlantic is now
loikirig after the barber business
at F. L. Freeman's.
The tent meetings are progressing
satisfactorily. Next Sunday there
will be an all day meeting and a
basket dinner. Come and bring a
full basket and attend all meet
Mre. Cora Freeman, Mre. Gheo.
Try Petersen's First
At Atlantic 011 Monday occurred the
marriage of Mrs. Mollie Dryer and
Hans Jorgensen. They will live in
the brida's lions in Brayton.
Neckwear in both
silk and washable
selection of verv
25c and 50c
50c all colors.
Tan color Sport
shirts good grade
All sizes in
Men's INDIGO dye
Blue bib overalls,
jackets to match.
Just received a
large shipment of
IDEAL shirts very
neat patterns and
guaranteed to be
FAST color, price
$1 to $3.50
Union Suits, Men's Ath
letic B, V. D. Stephenson,
Hatch's famous one button,
made of the fiuest grade of
Coopers drop seat I
sleeve and length, Rich
mond's sleeve and length
in the closed crotch, Poros
knit in sleeve knee length
and sleeve and 1 length,
any of the above makes
at $1 per suit.
Pioneer brand imitation of
at $1 per suit,
other standard makes
at 50c per suit
Make this store your Head
quarters when yon are in
need of Underwear for you
can always find just what
you are looking for here
Audulon Co. Journal, June 22, '16
Boys Suits, we
have a nice selection
to choose from altho
we have sold more
boys suits this season
than any other year.
Price $4 to $8.50
BUY A SUITCASE
We have the most
complete line you ever
saw, and the prices are
We have them from
75c to $10.00.
Men's Belts at 50c
Elastic belts in Tan,
White, Black, Grey,
and Palm Beach.
This is just the
time when you will
want to buy that Rain
coat, we have some
very neat coats in
lengths of 48, 50, 52
Window Frames, Door Frames, Screens and
General Mill Work
Anything that can be made of wood made to
Bungalows, Gambrel Roof Barns and Other
Improvements to suit your needs.
Bound to Save you Money. Estimates Cheer
QEO. C. VOS
Hardwick and Mrs. Jack were cal
ling on friends in Exira Monday.
The 10yr. old girl of Rasmus
Nelson and wife is ill of stomach
A. G. Anderson's baby is suffer
ing from an abscess in the ear.
Mrs. Herb Thielen submitted to
a serious operation at the Atlantic
hospital last Thursday.' At pres
ent sh© is improving.
The "Bungalow" Man
Mrs. Geo. Hastings was taken J,
suddenly in last Thursday, but is
MKSDAMKS POWELLS AlUilVK—
D. Powell and daughter's
Misses Mary and Clara, of Law
rence, Kansas arrived in the city
Wednesday of last week to spend'*'
the summer vacation with numerous
relatives and friends. They are*
staying at the home of Mm 'H^h
•who has rooms in (the Will
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