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The Very Latest
Styles in Skirts
Most attractive are our new skirts
shown in silk poplin, satin, serge,
wool poplin and chudda cloth. Prices
range $5,00, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $9.00
aund up to $13.50.
Navy and blue predominate in
Sweaters in all
For Women and Misses
Such pretty knit sweaters in
maroon, white, green, rose, gold,
Copenhagen and silver gray. Espec
ially underpriced considering the scar
city of wool, at $2 65, $4.00, $5.00,
$6.00, $7.75and $8.50.
Shoes to Match
Your Fall Costume
In all popular shodes, African
brown, gray and taupe, tan and black. |g
cloth top or all leather models are $§
shown in either military or Louis
heel. Prices $5.00, $6.00, $7.00,
$8.00, $9.00 and $10.00.
"Silas Sheeley, of Los Angeles,
Cal., who has been visiting friends in
the northern part of the state, came
Thursday to visit his sister,'Mrs, A.
B. Fierce and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mote and daugh
ters Verla and Vadis came last Wed
nesday to visit Mrs, Mote's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Barr.
C. J. Price, of Des Moines, was a
yit visitor in our town last Thursday
-Mrs. Jess Holt was an Osceola vis-
Ira Price and daughter Gladys,
went to Creston Saturday, returning
-the same day.
Misses Florence and Izora Heath
v«r were Osceola visitors Saturday.
.'Miss Lela- Easter was a Sunday
^dinner guest at the Ira Price home.
Mrs. John Barrett, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Main and son Harry, of Bloom
field, visited Thursday with the
Misses Mertie and Margaret Ed
Mrs. Anna Fierce left Tuesday for
Corydon to visit her brother Jeff
West and family.
Miss Vivian Bittorf went to Osce
ola Monday where she expects to at
tend school. .,
Mr and Mrs Piatt Harris visited
at the Charles Wilson home Mon
Charles Coffey returned Saturday
afternoon from an extended visit in
We assure you a perfect
Frey went to Grand
'i "River Saturday to have dental work
R. E. Ball and son Ivan went
to Omaha last week where Ivan ex
~pects to attend la business college.
Urman Ramsey and J. A. Edwards
went to Bloomfield Monday to attend
the fair in progress at that place.
Mrs. Carrie Brennaman, of Grand
River, spent Thursday night with
her sisters Misses Mertie and Mar
Andy Wilson, of DeKalb, spent
Sunday in town at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Piatt Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kellev and
daughters of Lacelle, visited Sunday
with their parents Mr. and Mrs. L.
Miss Golda Frey and Charles Cox
attended church at Round Knoll
Miss Baalis Halstead left for Des
Moines Saturday where she intends
entering a business college.
L. D. Kelley left Friday for Chi
cago with a car load of stock.
Mrs. Sarah Smith visited Sunday
with her son J. Smith and family.
Miss Callie Johnson left Monday
morning to teach the James school
in Clarke county.
Work which was interrupted
through lack of materials, has again
been resumed on our new school
Yon only need Sanol Eczema Cure
to get rid of those black heads, pim
ples. rough bumpy -skin. Leaves
skin smooth. Cures any case of Ec
zema. Is pleasant to use. A trial
will convince yon. 50c. and 11.00 at
E. E. Bell's drug store. ., 38 '19
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Mrs. Joe King visited Thursday
evening at .the L. D. Kelley home.
Mrs. A. B. Fierce and brother
Silas Sheeley, of Los Angeles, vis
ited Monday with Mr. and Mrs.
Paws EIGHT THE LEON EEPORTEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1918. "T'
Mr. and Mrs. Guy McCullough
spent Sunday at the Will Honn home.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts, of
High Point, visited Sunday with
Mrs. Roberts' parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boyington, Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Rosengrant, Mr. and
Mrs. Steve Trisler. Mr and Mrs. Tom
Quayle. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Quayle,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Paris and Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Rosengrant were Corydon
visitors attending the fair the latter
part of last week
Born September 4th to Mr and
Mrs. Bert Stiles a little daughter.
Forest Shaw of Red Oak, who has
been visiting his grandpa Fred Boyce.
also Mrs. Veta Evans and two sons,
of Corydon, who have been visiting
J.W. Hunst"& (bmpang
The Newer Tall Styles for Women and Misses
Why women in war time insist upon
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Boyce home, left for their
ft the C. P. Beavers grove near
High Point in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Paris, of Des Moines,
VsAting relatives here!
0 relatives were present
Mr and Mrs. E. R. White return
ed Saturday from Williamsburg
where they had been visiting rela
tives for a few days.
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Mr. and Mrs. Alda Clark, of near
High Point, visited Sunday at the
J. B. Kentner home.
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Howard A. Muse is working on
the county road up by Garden Grove.
Carey O. Andrew is carrying the
mail on Route 1 out of Leon.
?lie schools in Eden all commenc
ed last Monday but Brush College
could not find a teacher.
A few from here will attend the
Bethany fair this week.
We had the pleasure of seeing
the Labor Day parade in Chicago
last Monday and also saw the u. S.
war exhibit. The captured war ma
terials of the Germans sure look
like they had been in a cyclone.
Now is the time to pick your seed
corn. Do not let calamity overtake
you like last spring, then give two
or three prices for seed corn as we
did last spring.
Thos. L. Cox died at the Ensworth
hospital Thursday and was buried at
the Bethel cemetery Saturday/ Sept.
7th. Mr. Cox was born and raised
in Eden township and lived here all
his life. He was a good neighbor,
good to his family and will be miss
ed by all. Peace be to his ashes.
Quite a few from Eden xfere at
the depot Friday to see the soldier
boys off. The boys that went from
this neighborhood were Walter Bar
lean. Leroy Warren and Warren Hill.
Lon Fulton sold a 120 acre farm
to Wm. Roberts, of Hamilton town-
*Fhe sick folks at Levi Gatton's are
about over the typhoid fever.
The fine rains last week done lots
of good. Plowing and sowing oats
is In fall blast.
R. F. D. No. 3 Pleasant Hill. JJeroy.
,.J ^e?sant Hill school opened today
(Monday) with Miss Vie Bryan as
Several from around here attend
ed the Wayne county fair last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright and'
family visited at the Will Mahoney
Mrs. A. Perkins is among the sick
Mr. and Mrs. Bunt Alley visited at
the Perry McGee home Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Bunt Alley and chil
dren spent Sunday at the Jim Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Oka Johnson are the
proud parents of a girl
last Monday. Mrs. Frank McCartey
has been staying with them a few
days helping care for the little
Misses Nellie McDowell and Thel
ma Curry spent Saturday night and
Sunday with Miss Bessie McClain.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perkins call
ed at the A. Perkins home Sunday
Miss Ada Phelps and Miss Irene
Bright returned home from Des
Moines Wednesday where they at
tended the fair and visited with Miss
Phelps' Brother at the camp.
Mr. and Mrs. ueorge Jndd spent
Sunday at the Sherm Jndd home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright and
daughter Irene were Leon callera
Mont Moore and Wayne Hill spent
Sunday with theif friend, Ralph Mc
Smoke th« fdabte
"J *@$ h'^ f*
Materials include serge,
gaberdine, wool velour,
$ burella cloth, poplin and
broad cloth. Prices from.
$20.00, $25.00, $31.50 to
Among the shades shown
are navy, blue, brown, Bur
gandy, green, reindeer and
Materials of superior
plush, velvet velour, wool
velour and silvertone. Prices
from $19.00 to $50.00.
All popular fall shades
Fred Lash, of CorydQn, visited
Wednesday at the J. A. Buchanan
home. He was accompanied home
by his cousin Melvin Buchanan.
The Standard Bearers met at the
home of Thurza and Mayme Ivy Fri
day evening. After the business
session refreshments were served
and all enjoyed the social hour
The Epworth League was reor
ganized Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
B. Hatfield was chosen as president.
O. D. Moon and family visited
with relatives at Humeston Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Jim Tener and son
Donald, Hazel Westfall and Eliza
beth Culver spent Sunday with rela
tives and friends at Chariton.
Dr. Burbank was a business vis
itor at Shenandoah Friday.
F. A. French, who has been Wsit
with his sister Mrs. O. G.
Monday for his home*in
—gh Buffum and family returned
to their home at Cedar Flails Thurs
day after visiting at the E. S. Buffum
Mike Sullivan was an Osceola vis
Mrs. Tom Chaney was in Osceola
James Hood returned from Osce
ola Tueaday where he had been vis
iting with his son.
Will Anderson was called to Camp
Dodge for military service Friday.