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Mrs. \V. A. Cox of DeKalb was
visiting with friends in town Satur
Mrs. Harry Traupel was a Friday
evening visitor at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Traupel.
M. F. Thompson was an out of
town visitor Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Nettie McBee visited Wed
nesday at the home of her daughter
Mrs. Cecil Johnson and sons of
Humeston came Saturday for a short
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. O. E. Burkev visited Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Floyd
Mr. and Mrs. John Collins and
children went to J-es Moines Satur
day to visit the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Wilson.
A free concert will be given at the
M. E. Church on Monday evening,
Oct. 21st, bv Misses Winifred Janis,
pianist, and" Miss Virginia Sampson,
Mrs. I. M. Frey was an Osceola
E. J. Blair was a business visitor
in Clarinda Wednesday.
Mrs. Harry Fisher and children
were over Sunday visitors in Decatur
at the home of her mother, Mrs. J.
Mrs. Sarah Smith, daughter Rosa,
M. H. Frey and Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Cox attended the baptizing at West
erville Sunday afternoon.
Miss Arlena Evans of Leon visited
heire Saturday with Miss Hattie
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hampton of
Osceola visited friends here Satur-
]vir. and Mrs. Ray McBee and
daughter, Mrs. Alma Webb were
Sunday visitors at the home of JVlr.
and Mrs. Will Rurchett of DeKalb.
Mrs. Ernie Savior visited with her
sister, Mrs. Sam McKee Wednesday
L. D. Kelley left for Chicago Fri
Miss Marjorie Campbell who has
been visiting in Leon for some time
returned home Monday.
J. B. Hampton was a business vis
itor in Leon Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Mart Sanger of Clar
inda are transacting business here
and visiting old friends.
Fred Ramsey and family have
moved to property in the north part
of town. Will Frey and family will
move in the property lately vacated
by Mr. Ramsey.
Mr. and Airs. Frank Clanton and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tiedje were
Westerville visitors Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Traupel vis
ited in Grand River Saturday.
iMrs. E. O. Stearns was an Osceola
We have been having pretty cold
weather the past week or two and
Jack Frost has come.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fesler, son
Dwight and daughters, Mary and
Gretchen, and Mrs. Stella Rauch and
daughter, Jaunita, called on Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Green Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and
daughter, Frances, called on Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Parson Sunday evening.
Frank Green called on Charley
Fisler Sunday afternon.
Mrs. Truman Green, sons Clarence
and Edwin, and daughter, Velva,
were Kellerton callers Saturday
jMr. and Mrs. J. G. Fesler and
daughters, Pearle and Gretolien,
were Leon callers Saturday after
The dance at Claude Munyon's'
Saturday night was well attended,
All who were there report a very:
Misses Anna and Pearl Fesler
called on Miss Tressa Edwards Sun
The baptising at Grand River was!
well attended Sunday afternoon. I
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Combs call-1
ed on Mrs. Charley Edwards Sunday
Miss Fern Baker called on Miss
Gladys Green Saturday night and1
(Miss Epsy Jones has taken sick
again after her recovery from
typhoid fever. We hope she will
recover in a short time.
Orville Fesler called on Ralph
and Leslie Edwards Sunday after
Mr. J. G. Fesler was a caller at
Grand River Mondav.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Creese and sons
were Leon callers Saturday after
Mr. Jack Alexander and lady
friend. Miss Eva Loving were callers
at Grand River Sunday evening.
J. N. Still and wife visited Thurs
day at the Clyde Waller home.
•Mrs. Walter Rumley visited one'
day last week with her parents, Air.,
and Mrs David Hubbard.
Inez and Eft'ie Robison spent last'
Thursday with Marjorie and Arlinei
Tade Griffin and family of Leon
were Sunday visitors at Mike Grif
Mrs. David Hubbard and daughter
Annie and sons John. Herbert. Will
and Clarence were Sunday visitors
at the Steve Latta home near Blvthe
M. E. Hampton and wife and
daughter Elizabeth were Leon visi
David Robi'son and wife spent last
.Monday night at Steve Latta's near
Ilerbort ITni)bnrd R"er,t
and Wednesday in Leon at Ralph
Misses Minnie and Florence Evans
were Leon visitors Thursday.
Willie Hubbard purchased a Ford
car one day last week from Mr.
David Robison and wife left Mon
day for Colorado where they will vis
it a few days at the Walter and
Perry Moore homes.
Mrs. Clyde Waller and daughter
Veta visited one day last week with
Mrs. John Flynn.
Herbert Hubbard is an owner of a
new Ford roadster which he pur
chased one day last week.
Jim Osborn and family of Andov
**r, Mo., were Sunday .visitors at
Col. J. Barnett
Live Stock Auctioneer
General Farm Sales
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New $73,000 Building Added
Perhaps you have never before
inquired about the origin of your
clothes—-never before thought it
necessary. Well, today it is the
most necessary step in buying a suit
of clothes—to find out about the
house which made it. Is it a house
which aims to make clothes better—
Wednesday morning ground was
broken for the first building in the
plans of a "Greater Graceland," this
building will be 65x105 feet, two
stories and full basement, to be of
the most approved modern fireproof
construction. Temporarily it will
be used as a library and for class
rooms. When the jiew library
building is constructed this building
will be devoted to class rooms ex
The new building will be located
south and a little west of the present
college building, and is the first unit
of the permanent buildings to be
erected on the hill. When the per
manent buildings are all completed
they will be in the shape of a quad
rangle, all of modern fireproof con
The start of this new building is
the first step looking towards a
greater Graceland, which will mean
a greater Lamoni. It is contemplat
ed that this building will be com
pleted in time for the college open
ing next September, also for its
dedication next year at Graceiand's
THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1919.
FOR STYLE! FOR QUALITY! FOR VALUE!
Do You Know
Good Cloth.es Are Scarce?
'Copyright SS89L A. B. SinehbMn Oo.
Men of the United States this Fall will not be able to
find enough clothes—good clothes—to go 'round.
Reliable woolens ate too scarce. Skilled tailors too
few. Production is far behind demand—will be for
months to come. In such a situation is it likely every
clothes maker will be "fussy" on the subject of
quality? When he can turn out his product about
as he pleases and still find a ready market for it, is
The new Autumn models in Kirschbautn Clothes
have just arrived and are in readiness
for your inspection
Mr. McKinley's letter
brings cheer to all who
may be sufferers as he
was. Read it:
"I can honestly say that I owe
my life to Pcruna. After some of
the best doctors In the country
gave roe up and told me I could
n6t live another month, Pernna
me. Travelling from town
to town, throughout the country
and bavins to go into all kinds
of badly heated stores and build
ings, sometimes standing up for
hours at a time while plying my
trade as auctioneer. It Is only
natural that I kM colts tre
twtl/l so when this would
occur I paid Jlttle attention to it,
until last December when I con
tracted a severe case, which,
through neglect on my part
settled on my lungs. Wkea al
•Mt to* late* I kegu loetoriu.
fcnfc 'alttwt avail, ••til I kcut
mt Perma. 'It nrci met so I
oanncft praise it too highly."
Sn, SwmcI MeKlaler, 2504 B.
22nd St., Kansas City,-Mo., Mem
ber of the Society of XX, 8, Jewelry
MM BrerprfcefSk -,t
TST TH1KXPOKTES 000D JOB PXUITIire
or merely to make them faster? Is it
a house with the moral courage
to shut its eyes to unfilled orders,
but to keep them wide open in
maintaining standards Is it a
house with a long, clear, steady
record for quality? Is it a house
you can trust?
*X!\ A- S vt.'
Chester White Hogs
We are offering a grand lot of spring boars for sale nam. We rep
resent some of the most popular Mood lines of the breed. Oar bred
sow sale will be held Ian. SB, 1990. You can bay some real herd
boars here right now—come and prove It.
R. S. Goodman & D. E. Snyder