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Happenings
LOUIE BAKM/TT IEEKE—
Mir- licnidie Bafflfcelfc, of CooU RopSids
autoed over from the Raiplklp Satur
day to see ,talottber-i(n--tIaw, Mir- Btae|dl
iTtrammael, Who hunt ladti week
by Uelinig ruU) ovler fy an aiuto- Louie
weturowid1 fl|u|naa|y\
1
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CARBOIJi—
g^Pdtlaf.'fliMitfal was taken
frame ..im Garroll hy Miss'
Thtalnnlteh, "Itounisidlaiy..
./:v
IMdBs Mairy Rleff retuained
Glaatrolltl! amid will v3s!i|t at the
of bier brother, JUr- 1
wilte far a few daiys*5
.MAKING SOCKS—
-The making of ammiy sociks wilt
ibe the favoriite femdmim© amusement
this wilmter.
HERE FROM NEBRASKA—,,
t/
GONE TO ENMST— ,,
i. Dou'iiB Larsem anid WalliUc©
'onBetn: weiit laist week to elnillst
the aonmy- Tlueiy ibwjtte irefcuonniad, inot
Ib^i'nig ablte to pass t'bie examinartJiian'.
|Wia,liliaoe' passeidi the fteat'
ELIMJjNATB WASTE—
If theoie to ainyiboldy or amiy dtar
dustry ihlais awt been aekodi to
eMimdiDfute waste, it il^ni'iti'kiXMoiwn dn
tiheae pa^ta. Printers, vuDumtarlly
«une Wlilflmigi afllil the liwe on the type
to pmevetnlt the inseiote fmoin eat
ing lead that mttgOilb !be used .for
iVlbets-
AtR FOLKS VISITING—
Mrs. Aininpi Riiclhter amid btrothier,
Tkmy of mear Adair, aiuiboeid KWer
from .near Adafir ainid' remaltnied for
'a ighjoirt vliial't- ),
SSTE
Mies Riose Kihymmi of near jHam
lin, wenit out to itihe home of bier
slater, Mrs- Pejter Petersen' and
twustoatnid EMtdaiy last for a tew day»
lew
IN THE OOUjPTERY—
j-r Mi*- Will Peaireom ajnd'"chi®dren
went out to tih(e Nelsom Pamrott famnl
plWedmesdaiy arrdi stayed tlQH Thtursdayl
Sj'
S1'' 'Mrs. Ddan RtLetf is ireocxrerimigi
'm satisfactorily Cixxm iher recent sltak
ness- Roee McNally ilB ef£iaemitljy
cafrtog for hier- .Jri: 1
FROM GUTHRIE CENTER—
MIPS
Jto-NeOsoau alnidi Mms. Sidney
'Hopkins, and balbjr paim» over ftiom
GMthrie Geniteir Hhwrsidaly to visit
Perfect Health Is
EveryWoman'sBirthright
Prescription That from Girlhood to
Old Age Has Been a Bles^iat
to 'Womanhood. i|fe
When a girl becomes a
when a woman becomes a mbtner,
when a woman passes through the
changes of middle life, are the three
periods of life when health and strength
are most needed to withstand the pain
and distress often caused, by severe
^organic disturbances/
V. At these critical' times women are
.best fortified by the use of Dr Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, an old remedy
^nof proved worth that keeps the entire
^female system perfectly regulated and
Kt'Jn excellent condition.
as Mothers, if yoii^ daughters are weak,
jfjack ambition, are troubled with head
aches, lassitude and are pale and sick
ly, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
just what they need to surely bring
the bloom of health to their cheeks
l^and make them strong and healthy.
For all diseases peculiar to woman,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite ^Prescription is a
powerful restorative. During the last
50 years it has banished from the lives
of tens of thousands of women the
pain, worry, misery, and distress caused
by irregmarities 2nd diseases of a
feminine character.
!&£ If you are a sufferer, it your -daugh
ter, mother, sister need help get Dri
Pierce's Favorite Prescription in liquid
or tablet form from any m-dicine
.dealer to-day. Then address Doctor
Pierce, Invars' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.,
and get confidential medical advice
entirely free. You can also obtain a
book on woman's diseases, sent free.
iM*! Dr. Piercfe's Pellets regulate 'and in
vigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Keep
the body clean inside as well as outside.
1
Mr. amd Mrs. John Root' arid' sotii,
BiuaaeM1 amd JimRieiedtatiteinded tfcte
|ii% ahfcyw fin C)a(ralaUL
MIPS-
froir.
omo
t,4k-
H«|riry Quiat, wfhO haoljeen work
tag lin Nebraska
came hiere, lffltet welek
his mother, Mna. Quist amd other
relatives- He was drafted1 and 1B
unaiklmigt theim a visit ,J),ef osre hie
calEI- 'V
IDEUSM ?Wday-
NEW BABY GIRt—•
A fiftie balby w»e boatu to Mir
amid Mrs- Vitgigo Haneep last week.
MMbb.
Opdk Oamnon ds giving the
best of cattle. --:U ...•••
NEW FORD OAR—
(WiHSie amd OhferjSie Lauraem foot
a new Food last -week- The'bore
wllil probaUy «o inito: the
1
bustaiees- i.
to lids
Ceteillia
for several yean* I by taking Chamiberiain's Taiblets for
week to -v4ftiit |a weak or dilaordeired' etxmack. Ate
you one of them? Mns. M- R- Seart,
HJWIOI
Uvetry
Pemry Btrumer oeWbratedhier
I foltatthday anmiiJvefllBary Jast Suaidiay
by eraltertaln'mK a miumfber of-v-..^ her
LneSiaitiveB and Craejrudis.'i ].
!?i[
•Mir. an*i Mrs- John Parrot*. and
Riiietff amd childremv who spent test weekait
the laikes iiin comjpamiy with) Mr- amd
Mre. Harold' Notnthiupr of Ross, re
turned to Extoa Sunday evening
miudh pleaoejd wi'tlh thetai tittp.
"t j,:
'ARE'YOU ONE OF IjHffiWL
There are a. great many people
who would be very muah benefiited
BaldiwjinBvillle, N. Y. relliates jher
experience in the use of tiheB©
itabtote: "I had/ a bad opelL wiiUi
my gtomaoh about six months ago,
and waa troubled for two or three
S^ jweeto with gas and aevene paine
in the Pit of my stoma,cjh- Our drag
glut ad/vised' me to take Ohambeirlain
Tablets. I took a bottle home, and
re-1 the first dose relieved ine wonder-
qufiremeinite tot whien to Oadifornia'J fully, and I kept on taMngjipfithiem
he nefoeiveid an toliuiry /bhat tl&Pt Mttn I wag cured." These tablets
with a crooked! fi^ea^md'^d^feot-.l do no!t relieve pain, but after the
ive toeorilnig. X'Y\ I pain has been relieved may pre
|vent it« occurremoe
Kearney's Pharmacy.
IMr- apd
MUB-
H^iry Fhlvpea anid
family, who netidB, betweeto ^sey
an Giuithate Oemteir, aMMjende^ itihfi
olrthday pfirt^ at itflue IhloRne of Mrs
Peirry Birunenr dm the ooumtry last
Sunjday^\ \»v?sjjgl
S^V .lir'wW^P
.WUIIBOU
anidi Johnsani' purohaaed
oat/tle of Alfnedi Jaodbseini, WiHk Baier
and Albart Wdtoom last M^jnldWy^
ifV
Mr- and Mrs- Char lies Foes anid
family were emtcWtamieid last Sum
at the home of her areinite
Jamep Ohominingil aiod wife-
Mir. amd Mm». Ohrts (derk) Peter
sen and somiB. Meldon amid Amsel
left last Sumldlay In thle
1
Petersen)
K»r far .laM OkKftoji wjtoapft
wdili ependi 'thitis week enjoyimg the
cool wtaters and lake 'breeze- .•
Ndjcikolali Pqfcareen has./
a new Ford car the past
of C- C- ahristensem'.
the®r paremta.iMr. amd Mns-GteO' FteutW Mas3ema, and* PlhMlp Pilimer, of Des
Mrs jNelean retuxtnetd home the same
day- Her Mittfle diaiugihiteir, Ramoma
•who has 'beqn staydrng 'here with
.her grand' paremlt® T|ertjuraed^^|lhjoine
with ihey-
puaohaaedl
week
Aintoni Petetnsem and George Peter
sen aimdi wiives autoed over from
thJeilr Elkihlom home mast Sianiday and
spent ai pleascunit day at the home
at their brother, Nitekolai amd wife.
Mr- and Mire- Jolbm PUm»r" of
I Moines, anrltyied lin Exriotaj Friday to
visit wtUh Telatlives at the C- R.
Drake ihoone, retumnimig. to their
bomeiil^t Monidiaiy moonlne on thle
eaiyly moKnling tawdja.
-.Wjv
Mii» ilazel. Carter of Greenfield
Iwtho has been, imi EMirn for the
past thniee weeks viBi:timg her sis-,
ter, Mrs- C- R- IJraike arid hus
band, returned1 to her fato^ae yester
day.':1^:.'/ ". '-L
1
eg
JHramds Heneley went to Wailptft
I last Monday to apend 'this week
with her aunt amd faoml'ly. Her umde
Gteoirge GUli liolak hor oyer lin the
Icor-'-tv I' I 1.
Mr- and Mrs- OharLee Kommes
land eicin., WMlis, Mms.. W. R- WiUiilan^
amd Johm MoNally, autoed over 'to
Gmlswold to'the McNally oar 'last
3umday to see George G»wey, a
nephew of Mrs- WUiUHsanB, wbo has
leml'Bted and joined "tihfe soMdems
there. They TOPiOPt a pleaea|n|t
•. ..., if
Mr- and Mrs Maaltto Jensem and
I sous, George apd Oscair and .bis
family amtoed to I^tknah 'liaat Sun.
day where they Vested far several
hours wDtih the ftttinfedfe' daraighter,
Mrs- Willis Woirtiitiliajn and family,
retuinmlmg home dm) the emending., ..
-if'
Mir. amd' Mcq- F- H- Fom^sl^',
I daughter, Beeole and son,, Morals
I amtw»d to near Amittia 'Sulnday, vliBdit
I ing d'U'dmig ttoe day wiithT the form
ar'ft daaigihiter, Mrs. Merle.' Dentne
amdi husband*
ilir. amd Mms. Ed Youoig
[to Vtola (towmahtl© to -vi^it
boumq wlltlhi thedr d!amghtter,
'Bent Kdt&ofn and" bluDl^undt-
several
Mt»'
fit
Over the Picture Show
Extra Iowa
Endless paooraiiia joy*
oos jaunty mighty moub
tains titamc nlasterpieces
of nature a veritable
storehouse of vitality a
land of perfect rest—
these, ana mo^e,fffe:
for the taking.
Superb trams via
Rodk Island lines
Only direct route from
the East to both Denver
and Colorado Springs.
Reasonable expense,
low round-trip fare and
hotels to fit every purse.
Let us tell you just where
to go, what to see and
how little it costs. See
ticket agent or write
•ML
KAY'
feat
Ftoa.
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A*MI
Wesley Donaldsem and famfllVy
were entertained -SNmidiay aiffcermooii
at the home of Mis- DonaMsom'e
brother, Ftoyed i'aihd family, iniarth
east of ExllriEU- •..••• v!
Mrs. Aindrew Jensen,' daughter,
Unola amd, aan, Mardiani, letumn&d
to their home ijn EMtra iShmidWy aifit
e«i a vsllt «flnoe thle. prenedlng Wed
inesday at th& ihiotmiercf
Ohatrle^ Hooikiemlbieiraiy meaa|||| ^.nita.
tAtnidrew wem|t down Saturday ewe
ndtnig to JotLa hlis wife, her ftrotbierl
in company wtiith Mre. JaiOk Beniry,
a fiarinier* i^aiidiemSt. of Bxira, brtng
ilbig thBm hlo)mief
Mr-, amid S&rg- George Voes, Florae
Carrie amd Jolhffi RendUemam and
Helpem Nelsiom, autoed tof^Itextier
Pairk lfast Sunday amd sp^nlt thle
day at Dexter SpjTtos xetU'rniljn®
inomie thatt .ewendnf^^fcl.^
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE.—
A few. of 'Mitta. Jiiimi Hll(Qk»' fiffisindB
called to to remind! hep of .:-". h«r
tweaty eevfenltih ibittthidajyi last IW!ed«iie4
day- A plfeiaigamit titme 'was speoA wihU
wfoQind up wdttih). ooffiee, eanidlwjcihes,
ioe oream alnld idajke-1'
iMir- amd M16. Dr. •Giraf amd dlanigh
ter, Ka^hlrym, wll am^e din ExiTa
the latter piart ot this week$amd
maike thte city their home 'until
further plains are. made- They will
store theUr household gooda In Mie
Oornnratrdy's eewdmg 10am amd. will
make tHuedr home wiilth her moth,
elr, Mms- CSoinlnralrdy.'
'Word was. iteioeiived toy Mr. arid
Mre- Mdike Hamnedi laet Sunday of
the death of the- floiur-year^Ad dauerh
ter, Saalah, of Mr- aind
i'nis
ill
and
uip
ESnnest ZwirfUub and' wife
Johia Liairaeia amd feitmlliy, were
from Atlamitllc Snmday vleit4Bitgi with
trlemdfl at the OhaHla OhtridtenBem
Bakery- ,||
.. v.
MTB-
Charles
Jolhmson, of Derby Iowa the tum
oral' taking plaloe Shunday. This' little
one has needled eonHtanit caire silnice
four months of age when- ityphoid.
Peveir maide her helpless.' All of the
meddical attentiom thalt could Ibe
given hiere was pre^mt.^but the
little ome passed ailid. amd she
breathed' heir last Friday-' Mrs-
Johnr-
som was forimemiy Male Hiarned, a
former resident of Ex^ra, heir iather,
Rev. Jobiri Hatrtned h«^ng pastor of
the Metlhioidlst cttuuondh here or sev
^nal yeacra fllhie &0 a^ sister, of Milke
Hammed of tihtlb qilty- We extsnd our
helajrtfelt aimypaithly to the bsreavted'
partial andl relaitdlye^-
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy'.
Now ii the time to,buy a bottle
of this remedy so a« to be pre
pared in case that ai^y one of your
faanlly should have' in attack of
colic or diarrhoea during .the sum
mer months It Is worth a hundred
time Dt's ooat whe® needed.
Kearney's Pharmacy
.1^
ft
"If I Had a Life to Live Over"
v.^v:-v|.li»spfeiiijg '. to Yotmg
and Old
Big Male Quartet Accompanied
by a
Splendid Orchestra
2p months in the trenches
Actnal war tales
Seasoned hy Irish wit
lodera magic
mystic illusion
Storytelling
A Genuine Hawaiian Program
By the Best of Hawaiian
Artists. All the Rage
"The Secret of Power"
By a Ran who Has it
Helpful, Inspiring
Artistic-—Popular--- 4
Unusual-Also |jM,
UnnsuatlyGood
.»T .V
"Barbara Frietchie"
Darkey Dialect?
Impersonations—PianologB
The Songs of "Then" and '•Now'
i''' Mixed Qaartet
Ci Trbmbone—Big Voices
Humorist Cartoonist
Rhymist Oriiginal
(Clever Clean
.^^1
Beautiful Colored Still and .' _^John
j- Motion Pictures of the
"Army andNavy of the U. S.'f
"Junior Town" Meetings, But
tons, Pageant, Senior Programs
"Good Fairy Thrift"
Fraods Yeas went out to the
Lou Hecikxaaiii. homie last Wedmes
day, to vtellt a few days with
relatdvies, l^tmirntog to her home -im
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MUST HAVE SOUND TEETH—
Momlbesr of tlhie daiafted airmy miuat
have aaplnd teeth and any liAUie 4m
perfeotions must be cOrnecteidJ *by a
dentist. "To some of the boys this
wdillt be wfoniae liblain igodmig to war.
SAMMIES "BEING DRAET.EDL-|^|
The Saimmies 'beimig' drafted imito
the '"first 687,00i0" will, show Gier
mamy what, a^ torri'He mistaike thfei
KMser made wihem he goaded the
Utadltfed States iinlto 'the war.
PETER OUDE TO SHARON—
Mir- amd Mrs. Peter Gudte and
chiffldrettx wetnlt to Shalron ThluirB
day last tol heUp tihjelr son, Gfearge,
calielbraJte fatfe twem!y-nliitfjh! birthday
Of oou'iise a goodr Itumoh wtas pro
vdldedi tod) alii- I
l,
HOGS OAiniED—
WHU^ani F- Ridgdey haulied in
a part of a dair toad of hogs Mom
day momndng-
GOVERNMENT INSPEC®IO|N—
Wheo the Gioveiflmmieinlt food 4m
speciblioti oomea arotumtd—if he ever
dioveek, Eooiira housewdtves will pomt
wdith pride at the jairs stored' away
dmi the tielilBir- •.
HELPING DOMESmCAliJiY—
MiSag Mairy Thainnlidh, who is
from Nebraska went dowto'to the
Dim Rite®f home amd' assisted wlitih
the wOi4c a ®ew days.
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YOURtSUBSORIPTlOjN—1
1
•Doni'it let your su'bsorlipitioin go um
paild'- The Jounnall to glivtag every
suibscriiber the BIGlGIBSfr SE®JVty3E.
THAT THE SMAUj aUBaORIlimON
PRIOE OANXJOMMAiND- A local
newis eervtoe and a local advortis
iog amid tmade servlioe is indispens
able to local needs amd progress
It Is to thie Imterest of the south
half of 'Aiudiubomi lOoumiby to keep
the Jouitnialf'B servloe etficdemt, mdt
one way to do lit is to pay upw^
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EXiRA,f IOWA
August 15 to 19 inclusive
'For further information, illustrated programs, tickets, etc., see FRANK DIMMICK, Local Manager
COL. GEO. W. The best loved orator on the
TPZI Efc "1 American Platform
PCXX 1 1 Great thoughts well spoken
TEXAS CLUB
ALFRED' H.
O'CONNOR
PDLUHNIA1I0 COMPANY
KEALAKAFSil
HAWAIIAN
Dr. C. W. ^Gatling-Gun"
WASSAM
VlVU il 1 J.Xl.11
Reader-"Barbara FWetcl»ie"|^v
BLACKMAN'S
VILLAGE SPCERS
NED
WOODMAN
C.
CJ TT
Jtl-
iff- Jji \U 15
Mis- Alibeait iSoukup, east of town
was very idl .last week- A niurse
toorpn Amdiuibo^o) tpoik caire Of her
At this wjritd^lgi she ils maichi bettter.
To Join
OUT'
Club, sign your nam
and address to 'tihe co^pun below
aindi aend to Mra W. ti TUfuaceloi.
Journal, Exira, Iowa. Or copy the
pledge and sigm it. It will eodt
you nothing but the pdetag^^
.i Cut Here. m.'vC*.
COUPON
Pledige: I desire to become a
member of the Liberty Bell Bird
Club, and promise to study and
proteot all sane and' insectivorous
birds, amd: do what I cam for the
CliUb^^. '. .V v'V
Name- -.
Address
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vVt Cu/t Here
Onr wnems haive a family of ydumig
bdirde again., and they are exceed
ingly busy keepto'g them fed. Thiey
deserted thie box under our back
pooyih audi built dm the (bird- house,
perhaps beoanuse thiey were afradd
of thle caits wtolich Watdhiad^ them,
come and go firom tlhe JSormer mest
The oait blinds are gone or ihWye
retired to the woojds- Several pairs
biuiht near us, amid whllo they were
iraBslln^ tihtedir youmg tihlelr eoonge were
heard almost oonttoually- Now they
are s83ewt-
W'Ml- .--.t ri,
—T_£-g:'Vy
(Wie wdiSh eviery man, woniiam amd
child in the United! States belonged
•to a bllrd. conservation cliulb. Chliil
dreoi are as iisetfiul a^ men and
womjem, in) thds w«tek.|^«,j1
f\"
A Big Singing Club
A Brass Sextette
A varied Program
Decorated/by King George
Pensioned by British Gov't
Suffered personal atrocities
Musical entertainers
Swiss bells—chimes mind
reading-psychology
Here the Popular Ukalele
Played By Real Hawaiians
Dreamy-Weird-Enchanting
Known as"GatlingGun Was
sam" the "Whirlwind Orator"
A Rapid Firer and a Sore Shot
A. np'T A llJi'iiFromthe Heart of the War
Mingles Mimicry and Mirth
Makes Fun Contribute to
Education and uplift
... Knows more about Ujicle Sam's
Business Undertakings
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Zone—Native Costumes
Tamboria Orchestra "V"*-*
Edna Thomas
Interpreter of Child
Character—Reader, of
Plays—Recitalist
Singing the 019 Songs and
Singing them Well. Also
the Best of the New
and tellsit better
Wienie Roast, Good Times Gillies
Marches, Drills
Stories, Contests
Do Your Feet
No matter what shape
feet you have or where
th/ey hurt—we can fit'*'"'
them.
Don't Almse Them and
Suffer
Bring them to iis—Gei
foot comfort
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Nebe's Atlantic
•Alt right wlsidied chUldren 'toys
the birds- Wle pope all- who read
•this who are not alineadiy memibers
wll/1/ JodlnJniur Bird Clliulb*..1 •, •, 1.
The song birds do mot sdme imiudbJ
thBfe hot dry weather- The youmg
birds hlave fLowin flram the meats
in most cases amid lit will not be
ton® umtllL miamy of our summer
birds will' takei. thete flight sauthr
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Our Bdrd CLuib is open, for all
persona, big oir little old or
youmg. All' who wdilli pledge itheaneelv
es to protect ibtads as fair as pos
sible are welicomie, mo matter where
they live COP what miatliomiafllity ithey
«re- ,,

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