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Those who spent Friday afternoon
•••.!,• with Mrs. Charles Foland were Mrs.
Fred Deemer, -Ruby and Edith Mc-
Kee, Mrs. F. R. Foiand, Mrs. James
Munyon and Mabel Foland.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Adkins, of
Wichita, Kansas, spent Sunday with
his cousin. Mrs. S. M. Foland.
Catherine Foster, of Westerville,
spent Friday night with Mrs. Ira
J. R. Foland and F. B. Ramsey
made a business trip to Leon Satur
Mrs. Arthur Allen and children
are visiting this week with Mr. and
Mrs. William Allen.
Fred Deemer made a business trip
to Leon and Decatur City Thursday.
Mrs. Ellen Ladd, of Grand River,
received a telegram Saturday from
Washington telling lier that her son
Charles Ladd, who was with a gun
division on the line of battle in
France, who has been missing ever
since the 18th of July, is thought to
have been killed in battle. He can
not be found. This is hard for Mrs.
Ladd to bear for he war her only
child. She is left all alone. She
has the sympathy of her friends in
George Foland, Jr. and his two
daughters Mildred and Ruby, and
Grover Crees and family attended
the fair at Des Moines the past week.
Dr. H. C. Bone and wife were visit
ing the past week in Des Moines ana
other parts of the .state.
Leo and Clay McConnell have
bought the Leander McConnell 80
acre farm, paying $65 per acre.
Nora Johnston, of Leon, is teach
ing the Woodard school.
E. E. Dunn, of Westerville, is
teaching the Dunham school.
Misses Esther Brammer and Lu
cille Shields went to Leon Tuesday
to take teachers examination.
Mrs. William Glazebrook of near
Kellerton, died suddenly at her home
Thursday night of heart failure. She
leaves a husband and six children.
Her funeral was held at her home
on Sunday and she was laid away in
the Bradshaw cemetery where her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William .Tones,
Dr. Mulcaliy, of Grand River, is
one among the sick at this writing.
George Foland, Sr. and family
started for Oklahoma last Thursday
driving through with their car. They
went to look at the country and to
visit with Mrs. Foland's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen Little. They will
be gone about a month.
Two more of our soldier boys from
this neighborhood left Friday for
Camp Dodge. They were Reese
Boles and Lawrence Binning.
Emmett Daugliton went to Des
Moines Saturday to see his wife.
Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Wycoft' have
moved back to Grand River. Mr.
Wycoff will work on the section.
Mr. and Mrs. James Deemer, of
near Decatur City, came Saturday to
visit at the home of his son Fred
Ralph Baker and Miss Zelma Fo
land gave their friends quite a sur
prise last Saturday by slipipng away
and getting married. We wish them
a long and hanpv life together.
Mrs. Lars Walker and children, of
Van Wert, are visiting with Mrs.
Pete McCarl this week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ramsey, of
Van Wert, spent Friday night with
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Foland.
Mrs. Charles Foland and daugh
ter Lois spent last Wednesday with
Mrs. Willard Boles.
Jefferson Grimm and family were
visiting last Thursday with Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Brown.
IJOREN TULLI8 AND ©. A.'McKERN, AwtiMAa
Sylvia and Golda Brammer spent
Friday night with their aunt Mrs.
There are lots of molasses being
made in this neighborhood this fall.
They are trying to help Uncle Sam
save the sugar for our soldier boys.
Mrs. Lavina Jimmerson spent' last
Thursday at the home of her broth
er H. L. Brammer.
Mrs. Loretta Ward and daughter
Carrie spent Thursday with her
daughter Mrs. Clyde Crees.
Warren Rush, of Van Wert, is
helping Willard Boles build his new
house on his farm that he bought of
Link Woodard. He paid $75 per
acre for it.
Saturday and Sunday is regular
meeting days at Pleasant Valley
church. Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
H. L. Brammer and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brown were
visiting Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lavina Jimmerson spent Sun
day with Mrs. John Brown.
Fairview District No. 8.
Mrs. Will Lewis and baby Reece,
Philip and Julia Hughes went last
week to Williamsburg for a visit
Katherine Jones of Williamsburg,
returned to her home last week af
ter a visit with her cousin .Miss Lyda
Little Frances Lewis is visiting
with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
T,. T. Hughes.
Miss Lyda Davis and Mrs. Elmer
Sams have been collecting money
for the preacher.
Mrs. Raymond Cox has been on
the sick list.
Ira Lewis has been working for
Elmer Sams for the past week.
Mrs. Mary Machlan and children
have returned from Kansas after a
week's visit with Mrs. Machlan's
Elmer Sams and daughter Naomi
and Ira Lewis called at H. E. Hughes
Many from this vicinity attended
the Sunday school picnic last Sun
day. A nice crowd attended.
People went from here to see the
soldier boys off for Camp Dodge.
John Cox's have been hauling cane
The Ladies' Aid met at Mrs. Lar
son's one day last week.
Carl Davis is a regular caller at
the Mulcaliy home near Weldon.
Mrs. Mary Davis accompanied
Katherine .Tones to her home at
Williamsburg after a visit with her
cousin Miss Lyda Davis. Mrs. Davis
remained for a week's visit.
Mrs. J. M. Palmer and daughter
started for their home in Kansas
Saturday after a week's visit ,witli
her mother Mrs. Mary Cross and
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Raybourn are
the happy parents of a fine son born
to them Sunday morning.
Miss Edith Grimm spent Saturdav
night and Sunday with her friend,
Miss Ella Spray.
George Foland and family started
for Oklahoma Thursday for a visit
with relatives and. friends.
Miss Ella Boles is assisting Mrs.
Raybourn with her housework.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olawson call
ed at Francis Spray's one day last
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Palmer Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Grimm and children
spent Sunday at George Grimm's.
Having leased my farm, I will sell at my farm, one mile east of Leon, on the Waubonsie
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
Commencing at 1 o'clock p. m., sharp, the following described property, to-wit.
148 BEAD LIVE STOCK 148
7 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES 7
Consisting of one span of draft mares four years old, weight about 2800 one saddle horse three
years old, gaited one 3-year old mare mule, a good one three 2-year old horse mules, good size
so HEAD OF CATTLE 50
Consisting of 14 head of registered Angus cows and heifers eight registered COWB, some with
calves by side, these cows are of an extra good quality and in good flesh three 2-year old record
ed heifers two heifers not recorded, these cows are all bred, tc be fresh in the spring one
year old recorded bull, a good Wimal and a sure breeder. Pedigrees will be furnished. Bal
ance of the herd consists of high grade cows and heifers including seven yearling steers, eight
last spring calves of which two are heifer calves from recorded cows one full blood JeTsey cow
eligible to registry, been fresh a short time two grade cows to be fresh soon. These are cows
that I have kept for my own use and I consider them good ones one 2-year old Jersey heifer,
full blood, to be fresh in the sring two Holstein heifers to be fresh in the spring.
HEAD OF SHEEP
Consisting of about 80 head of ewes, balance of wether lambs. These are extra good ewes.
Anyone Wanting desirable stock should attend the sale. One Shropshire buck to be sold.
A WR ACRES OF DRILLED CANE, IF NOT SOLD BEFORE DATE OP SALE. SOME
R? AND OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
TERMS: Six months time with interest at 8%, purchaser to give note with approved security.
No property to be removed until settled for.
Old Jack Frost has been irymg lu
visit us, but he hasn't yet succeeded.
Several from this neighborhood
attended the funeral of the little son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, Jr.,
Mrs. Maude McCarl called on Mrs.
Bert Anderson Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jink Wells spent
Sunday with H. A. Wells of Decatur.
They also went to Lamoni in the af
Several from this vicinity attended
the sale of Charley Kelley Wednes
day. Everything sold sky-high.
Mrs. Rose Landes and daughter
Emma came out to DeKalb for a
few days stay Friday.
High Wilson, of Guthrie Center,
came Saturday for a visit with his
brother Andy Wilson.
Horry Redman and family return
ed home Thursday from Dakota,
having enjoyed the trip splendidly.
Mrs. Jim Miller spent Sunday .with
her sister Mrs. Job Burns.
Johnnie Cox and brother .rallies,
of Missouri, came Saturday for an
over Sunday visit with home folks.
Johnnie likes to come home and see
his old friends once in a while but
he can't stay away from Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ewing returned
home Sunday from Nebraska after a
two weeks stay, having made the
trip in their car.
Erastus Wilson had the misfor
tune of losing another horse Thurs
day. This makes about five Mr.
Wilson has lost since he lias lived
on that place and it is indeed an
unlucky place for him.
Lawrence Binning, a well known
and prosperous young farmer, was
called Saturday in service for his
country. We wish him success and
hope he may return safely in the
Mrs. Rose Wilson spent Saturday
night and Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. Dave Fry.
Miss Beulali McConnell spent Sun
day with lier friend, Miss Ruth Wil
Don Moore and family spent Sun
day at the Lester Hamilton home.
Frank Bright and wife spent Sun
day at the Pete Bright home Friday
of last week.
Clarence Wells is very sick with
Etuthford Hollinger and son Ger
ald went to Centerville Saturday.
There was preaching at Morgan
Sunday and Sunday night.
Reno Willis and family spent Sun
day at the H. E. Bright home.
O. L, Peck cut corn for Jim Ely
Saturday of last week.
Miss Maud Stover spent Saturday
and Sunday with her mother.
Quite a number from these parts
attended the fair at Corydon last
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as tlioy cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta
chian Tube. When this tube is inflamed
you have a rumblinpr sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed.
Deafness is tlic result, nnd unless the in
flammation can be taken oat and this
tube restored to its normal .condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused Ivy Catarrh,
which is nothing but tin inflamed condi
tion of the mucou3 surfaces.
Wo will cive On" TTiiwlrr-rl forany caso of
Deafness fremsi-l lycntarrl-lt' atcannit !v cured by
CatarrhCr.ro, Send lor circulars, frc-j.
F. .7 C" IINEY, & CO., Toledo, OMo.
Bold by Druggists, 7'?.
Take Bali's li'amil7 tills for constipation.
Clerk from Exchange National Rank
Jk. A A A A A A. A A. A.
commencing at 1 o'clock, the following property, to-wit:
Black horse :i years old, sound, weight 1300 bay horse
bay colts two years old.
(JOOIHXC & l)AU(JHTON% Auctioneers.
Clerk from Citizens State Savings I tank.
1 will sell at public sale at my residence 4 miles southwest of Decatur, 1 miles northeast of
Terre Haute, on
Thursday, Sept. 19th
29 Head of Live Stock
4 head of Horses
10 head of Cattle
15 extra good milch cows giving milk now, from to 0 years old
old 1 yearling fat heifer 4 yearling steers 1 steer calves 1 heifer calf.
12 head of Hogs
sows, one with pigs by side, and one to farrow last of September. !t shouts weighing To to
8 tons extra good Hay in stack
Tl-Mi.MS—All sums of $10 and under cash in hand. On all sums over $ I a credit of 6 months
will he given, purchaser giving note with approved security drawing S per cent interest from date.
A discount of 1 per cent will be given for cash on credit sums. No property to be removed from
premises until settled for.
Having sold my farm 1 will sell at my residence 9 miles east of Leon, miles soutli of Gar
den Grove, mile west and Ys mile south of High Point
Wednesday, Sept. 18
Commencing at 10 o'clock sharp, the following property:
74 Head of Live Stock
head of Horses
Team bay mares 12 years old sorrel mare 4 years old yearling sorrel horse colt yearling
black mare colt 2 suckling colts.
4 head of Cattle
Good milch cow yearling White Face lieiter black heifer calf suckling calf.
33 head of Sheep
20 head of breeding ewes 12 head spring ewe lambs buck.
30 head ol Hogs
2 Chester White brood sows Chester \Vhite sow and 8 pigs 19 shoats weighing to 125 JL
Farm Implements: Good Dain hay loader, good Charter Oak farm wagon, 12-foot harrow, nearly 0*
new John Deere sulky plow, and other articles not mentioned.
'12 tons Timothy and Clover Hay 150 Fence Posts Straw Stack
23 acres Corn In field 800 bushels good Oats
LUNCtt BY HIGH POINT LADIES All).
TERMS:—6 months at 8 per cent with approved security. $10 and under cash No property to be
removed until settled for.
Melvin W. Hamilton
TULLIS BROS., Aucto. Clerk from Stearns Baak, Garden Ororn.
years old, sound, weight 1150 2
dry fat heifers two years
the place known as the Hitchcock