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A Davenport which combines
*V the luxury of tapestry covered
overstuffed upholstery with the
convenience of the enclosed bed
feature is the feature of this
week's showing. There are many
other styles from which to select,
too. Come in and look them
F. S. Stewart
You know and appreciate the
value of door screens and
-window screens, but have
you considered how very
comfortable the porch would
be this summer if screened?
Call f.nd let us .explain the value
of the different kinds of screen
wire, such as the black, the
ga tvanised, the bronzed.
By the way, bronze wire is be
coming more and more popu
lar. The pricc is lower than
cvtr before by almost half.
The copper wire cloth lasts
indefinitely as it never rusts
under any circumstances,
Wm. Crichto & Son
,90 per cent are caused by eye
trouble and some of the many forms
Curable by Special
In this I specialize. Harm Daniels
of Woden, Iowa, had such severe
pains in the head he was incapacit
Dr. Weber treated his nose and
eyes and he feels like a new person".
Wm. Burrman, casliier of N. W.
Savings Bank of Davenport, had
such severe pains in the eyes and
head he could not go to the bank.
He says, «Dr. A. II. Weber treated
my eyes' and cured me after two
other doctors had failed. I am
thankful I found the right doctor."
DR. A. H. WEBER
OF DES MOINES
EY€3, EAR, NOSE AND
WILL BE AT
from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Edgar Freeman left last Monday
for Leon, where he will be engaged
with Henry Turpen in the cement and
plaster business for the season.
Mrs. H. L. McClaran and daugh
ter Margaret, also Mrs. J. M.
Sylvester left last Monday night for
South Bend, Indiana, where they
will meet Mr. and Mrs. Karl Fulton,
of Stewartsville, Pa., then together
with Mr. and Mrs. Hunt they will go
across the lake to some health re
sort on the Great Lakes for a sum
Ira Bullard a one time resident of
Decatur City, but now of Oklahoma,
visited his brother-in-law, Dr. M.
Daniels of Davis City, the past week.
Alter a three weeks visit with her
sister, Mrs. L. A. Brown and other
Davis City friends, Mrs. Hattie Bul
lock lel't for her home at Loveland,
Colorado, last Thursday.
Mrs. G. G. Grimes, Airs. S. F.
Kadnish and Mrs. O. L. Frazier re
turned last Monday from a few days
visit with old friends in Des Moines.
Mrs. George Griffie, of Gentry
ville, Mo., visited last week with ^er
daughter, Mrs. ISarl Hewitt, of Davis
l\lrs. Afton Ward, of Omaha, is a
guest at tlie Wm. Frazier home in
Mrs. W. L. Severe left last week for
a few days visit at Des Moines, but
from there goes to Winterset, Iowa,
to attend the wedding of her son,
Chester, which takes place one day
this week. Chester's numerous
friends in his boyhood town extend
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turpen spent
Sunday at their home in Davis City.
It is a fine thing to have two homes.
Harry Lovett and family left for
their home in South Dakota, one day
Elder Campbell and wife returned
last week from their trip to Okla
Mrs. Senie Parker returned last
Friday from a visit at Alt. Ayr.
Mrs. E. Buell is visiting old friends
south of Lamoni this week.
Quite a number from this city at
tended the ball game at Leon last
Mrs. W. F. Bailey returned from
a three weeks stay at Atchison, Kan
sas, whre she had been called on ac
count of the serious illness of her
daughter, whom we are glad to note
is recovering and will soon be in her
Dr. Wailes returned recently from
Chicago where he has been in at
tendance at the bedside of Claud
Mer'ritt, who is still at a Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hewitt and
daughter Dorris, spent Sunday at
Albany, Mo., the guest of Ed Thomp
son and wife.
Mrs. Maud Burrell and son^. Cecil,
left for South Dakota, last Tuesday
for a stay of indefinite time.
Dick Newton sold his home resi
dence on Davis City street to J. D.
Mcintosh. Consideration $2,000.
Wallace Teal and Einerl Vanbeek
and one of the Ab Martin boys start
ed for the Kansas harvest fields last
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith returned
tlie past week from their winter's
visit in California.
Mrs. Neil Andrews, of Des Moines,
has been visiting her parents, J. M.
Howell, and other Davis City friends
the past week.
Mrs. Maggie Asbach who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. Wm. Mc
intosh, and also at the Wm. Asbach
home north of town left for her home
in Minnesota last Saturday.
Dr. Reed and wife and Mrs. Art
Scott went to St. Joseph Wednesday
of last week to consult a specialist
in regard to Mrs. Scott's health.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Adams spent
several days the nast week with their'
daughter, Mrs. Johnson, at her home
in Des Moines.
Robert Gates and wife were among
the number who attended the ball
game at Leon last Sunday.
GLAJB8B8 PERFKCTLT FlTTIU*. and condemned it mad it is «uit«
W. E. Wilson, of Des Moines,
came Thursday of last week for a
visit at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Wilson.
Miss Nadine McClung, who has
been teaching at Lapier Cedar
Rapids returned home the last of
the week for her summer vacation.
She was accompanied by Miss Jean
etta Burns who recently went to visit
her from here.
There was a work tram here last
week putting ballast on the road bed
where it needed it, there being
several places where the track was
not in good condition.
The water tank at the depot
sprung a leak one evening last week
and the water all ran-out. This tank
was put up in 1901 and has been
repaired several times and has leak
ed considerably the past lew years.
The water serrice men were here
likely there will be a new tank built,
if one can be secured, the water serv
ice men saying that material to
make a tank now is hard to get.
Another proposition is up that may
do away with the water system here
and that a water crane might be put
in at Humeston for the Chariton
Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Leonard, of
Humeston, came down Sunday to
visit at the home of the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Leonard.
Mrs. Day, of Humeston, came Sun
day to visit at the home of her
brother, Will Ellis.
Mrs. Fred Hayes from Northwood,
Iowa, came the first of the week to
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
a Dr. Wilkin and John Barbour
drove up to Des Moines the last of
the week. Mrs. Wilkin who was in
Des Moines returned with her hus
Miss Maude Reynolds went to
Humeston the last of the week to
visit with friends and relatives.
Deane and Lester Gill returned
recently from Denver, Colorado,
where they graduated from the Den
ver University. Mrs. Gill, who went
to Denver to attend the commence
ment exercises, returned with them.
Lester, who is to teach in the public
school here the coming year, went to
Ames to take some post graduate
work this summer.
The Delray Shipping. Association
shipped a car load of cattle Saturday.
Edith Ward, James Marshingale,
Grace Ward and John Cross spent
Friday in Woodland.
Many from this vicinity took in
the movies at Van Wert Thursday
Miss Geraldine Walker is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Edith lmhoff.
Guy Smith, of Garden Grove, visit
ed relatives in Richeyville Thursday,
Rev. Branson of Van Wert was
out calling in this neighborhood Fri
Mrs. A. B. Richey visited with her
mother, Mrs. Smith, Thursday.
Mrs. Margaret Smith and Miss
Lucinda Sharp spent the week end in
Garden Grove with Mr. and i\lirs.
Mrs. Sophia Moore came Saturday
to visit her sister, Mrs. Bert Red
Ben Redman has a new Bufek car.
Ralph and Otis Binning spent
Saturaav evening in Leon.
John Rumley, Ralph Rumley,
Louis Sage, Clyde lmhoff and George
lmhoff motored to Osceola Saturday
to attend the Short Horn cattle sale.
John Cross, Marie Campbell, Leo
Steuart, Ruby Meek of Leon and
Harold Warrington, of Garden Grove,
called on Helen lmhoff Saturday ev
Listen for wedding bells in Richey
Mr. and Mrs. George lmhoff visit
ed with Mr. and Mrs. George Red
Baalis Halstead spent Saturday
evening with Lulu Rumley.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Alexander
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Will Good
James Petticord spent Sunday
afternoon with his cousin, Calvin
JUNE 24, 1920.
Here is a bargain-as you will
see at a glance.
•J. & K. 9 inch Reigncloth shoe,
leather sole and heels, just
such shoes as are selling in
Leon and elsewhere for |7.00
to ?8.50, nearly all sizes and
widths, this sale
Few sizes still in small sized
rubber soled shoes, white or
About 15 pair smallsizeslippers
worth up to $6.00 or $7.00 at
'£7 /£=--—•.•. r.o
30x3^ Goo lyear Double®lire 'ISO
Fabric, All- -Veataer Tread j-rJ—
Fabric, And- jLid Tread
'The Cash Store"
Save" is the Watchword
We believe we are offering you the chance.
We pledge you when you see a "Special"
in our advertising, you will find a real
Undermuslins bought months
ago, show a saving to you now.
Many of these garments are
sold at about what the materi
als would cost you. You get
the style and labor for practi
Muslin and Nainsook Gowns
Lace and embroidery trimmed
Big line of Aprons and Dresses
also shown on the second floor.
Specials, Just for Saturday
500 yards small check and plaid Zephyr Ginghams,
the 40c and 50c grades
100 yards white or colored Oil Cloth, Saturday only
I set of 6 Glass Tumblers, four designs~h%avy~thin~per set
In Tires for the Smaller Cars
Such extraordinary competence and care
fulness r.3 ciro characteristic of all Goodyear
manufacture likewise characterize Goodyear's
building of tires for the smaller cars.
Only very unusual experience and endeavor
make possible the high relative value built
into the 30x3-, 30x31/2", and 31x4'inch
Goodyear Tires in our Plant No. 2, the
world's largest factory devoted to these sizes-
In addition to the larger sir.es Goodyear
builds, a daily production averaging 20,000
tires of these smaller sizes alone makes them
easily available, regardless of tlie big demand,
to owners of Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Max
well, and other cars taking these sizes.
If you are one of these owners, go to the
nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for
these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist
Tubes. He carries a stock.
Gorcive.-v Tls-avy Tourist Tub«s arc thick, strong tubes that
cc.r.iSrcb -as.njs proporlv. W'.iy rts!. a good crying a
chci.p tii' Gyodyca'r Hfci.w
than"tulcf less merit. 30x3^2 sL:e
The ready sale of these beau
tiful fabrics is the best evi
dence of the big values we are
showing. Voiles in the large
and medium designs. Organ
dies in all the beautiful shades
of pink, lavender, blue, maize,
and white in several qualities.
750, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
LET US SHOW YOU
in ui iter-
proof bar, T"-~