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A ir ijv* 3^ "H THE LEOii RKHJii'JC $1.00 $1.00 ..20c Sour Kraut, gallon Fancy Table Potatoes, bushel...40c (lood Solid Turnips, bushel 40c Sweet Pot.atoes, per pound 3c Lima Reans, extra large 7c Fancy Navy Iieans, only 4c Cracked Hominy, per pound 2c Honey, 1 lb- frames 12%c Honey, strained and caned 10c JWestmoreland mople syrup, per quart 40c Richelieu Decanters maple syrup per quart GOc Fancy Table Syrup, bottles 30c mm SEND ONE DOLLAR Cut this ad. out and send to us and we will send you this FhiIhBill by freight C.O.D.subjectto examina tion. Examine it at your freight depotand if found perfectly satisfactory and ««mI le raaalag Sill* tbet retail at fM.«0 le iat.OO, pay the freight agent Oar Special fries. S9.&0, less the •1.00, or 18.90 and freight charges. The inth weigos iw pounas, ana the freight will be about 71 eeat* for M#alittt greater er •kerter dTrtsaett Is prepertlea. EVERY MIU It CIVERED BY AIINIIMQ aVARANTlit more wind, more snue^niei more screen and willdo more and better work UMttny mill you can buy for 130.00. Will separate will seed ffrea wheat la eaeeperatlee, will separate tke foe! etefe, such as mustard, pigeon grass, etc., from flax on once going through tne mill. It Isa ptrfeet elesaer ef clever aaittae* Ihj. Made of the very best material. We furnish with it one wire wheat hurdle, three sieve#, wheat screens, wheat grader, corn and oat sieve and barley sieve. Ca* paeily, 90 buttock per hoar. $•. 50 It ear Secelal Offer Price, Order at oeee* Write for frw Atritalteral iapwant Catelaf e« Address, ilf vi/ Hit ib ib i£ Hi tfj Or itt .\Xf Ui 1 r- S l€ t. fx SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (INS.). CHICAGO, III 8as», Reeboek A Ce« are tbereafhly reliable*^ A Happy New Year. •^ERX^ Y, Some Very Interesting Articles which we -V4 from dur Exchanges. Word ha* been ror:eived here of the arrival at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Krebs, Springfield, Mo., of little girl. Mrs. Krebs, it will be remembered, was formerly Miss Flossie Kellogg.—Garden (jrove Express. We refund 10c for every package of Putnam Fadeless Dye that fails to five satisfaction. Monroe Drug Co., Union* ville, Mo. Sold by W. A. Alexander. L. Van Werden. Miss Marie A. Anson and Mr. Reuben D. Burnett were quietly married at the home of the bride on Tuesday eve ning, Rev. S. B. Campbell officia ting. Relatives and friends from Iowa and Kansas were present.—St. Joseph Sunday Gazette. Notice—Life insurance companies will reduce the rate 33 per cent, to all who agree to use Rocky Mountain Tea. A wise measure. 35 cents. Ask your druggist. We see it stated that the creamery belonging to I. N. Haldeman, at Down ing. Mo., was destroyed by fire on Monday nighi of last week. Mr. Halde man's many friends here will deeply sympathize with him in his loss.—Hum eston Kra. Nora—You can't expect to do away with face blemishes in a week's time. Keep ou taking Rocky Mountain Tea. You'll have a lovely complexion. Ask your druggist. John Mitchell met with an accident Wednesday evening of last week. He was hauling a load of straw on a sled and upset near R. M. Elvin's residence throwing him on the rough road and bruising his shoulder and otherwise in jurying him quite sever)y.—Lamoni Chronicle. Henry Bledsoe, of Corydon, made this oflice a call last Saturday. He has just sold his hotel at Cord yon and will take charge of his father's farm in High Point township. Henry is a rustler and will make a success on the farm.— Garden Groye Express. A Night of Terror. Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham, of Me chias, Me., whin the doctors said she could not live till morning"- writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended her that fearful night. "All thought she must soon die from Pneumonia, but she beg ged for Dr. King's New Discovery, say ing it had more than once saved her life, and had cured her of Consumption. After three small doses Bhe slept easily all night, and its further use completely cured her." This marvelous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat, Chest and Lung Diseases. Only 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at L. Van Werden's drug store. 7V- iIt't FL*-i DECEMBER a8, IB9Bi FROM oqnNHGmaons. In a few days the year of 1899, will have S passed out, and we wish to thank our many & friends for their patronage, assuring them 01 that we appreciate it. In the year 1900 I will W endeavor to keep the largest and most com plete stock of clothing and furnishing goods 4R to be found in Decatur county, and the prices same as before, lower than tne lowest. Very truly yours, M. MAYER, EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIER|f Lighted with Arc Electric Lights for our eve ning Customers. 'Phone 28. LEON, IOWA. -f mt Clip ^£"-1 V#*? & j* Fred W.McCaull,agent for the Burling ton in this city,- Bold during the first three days of the present week about $420 of passenger tickets alone, other business in proportion.—Indianola Her ald. h?v''g ss Alwa'yB attend strictly to Business.— The beBt pills for Bilious people are Morley's Little Liver Pills, because they always attend Strictly to business. Sugar coated. Oue a dose. J-'old only by L. Van Werden. The postoffice at Ravtonna was enter ed by burglars last Sunday night and Postmaster McDonald is short 700 post al cards, $300 in money, a Smith & Wes son revolver and a quantity of groceries. It is supposed to have been the work of local talent.—Linevilie Tribune. Coughs tell you that there is some' thing wrong in throat or lungs. It is the cause, not the cough, that you must look after. Morley's Honey Pec torial searches out the cause of trouble, it heals the inflamed surfaces, stops the irritation, loosens the cough and cures you thoroughly. Price 25 cents. L. Van Werden. •, Some cough remedies hide a cough they drug it into silence, but the irrita tion stays in the lungs to cause trouble Morley's Honey Pectorial soothes, heals strengthens and cures thoroughly. The cough stops because the cause is re moved. L. Van Werden. 7 While Louis Rounds' three year old boy, Forester, was playing in the building that is being arranged for the new harness shop Monday evening a counter fell over on bim and broke his leg in two places between the knee and ankle. He is getting along nicely.— Linevilie News. A Des Moines telegram says that Internal Revenue Inspector Kirkpatrick is making a tour of Iowa county seats investigating yiolations of the stamp features of the internal revenue laws. Mr. Kirkpatrick has found an immense amouut of violations of the law, and has informed every violator who could be reached that the department is determined to prosecute further in fringements of the law. In Polk county it was found that 5,000 bonds have not been properly stamped, and the other counties are almost equally bad in proportion. See Patch for taffies. home-made Christmas What do the Children Drink? Don't give them tea or coffee. Have you tried the uew food drink called GRAIN O? It is delicious and nourishing and takes the place of coffee. The more URAIN-O you give the ohildren the more health you distribute through their systems. Grain Is made of pure grains and when properly prepared tastes like the choice grades of coffee but costs about Has much. All grocers sell it. lie and 85c. A n-t imfj 4r V- -f. avt 2 8t®3m W!£gbi -A »V III mdlV Bt two Rations or Over Seventeen ^Rfousand members of the Grand Army of the Republic have djed during the year 1899 and tbe organization is fast going down hill. In many places wlyere a few years ago they bad good organizations, they have almost ceased to exist as organiza tions. Many of the members are getting too old to keep up the posts and many of them are not in good circumstances financially and the con sequence is that the Grand Army Posts are becoming scarcer as the years go by and those that do exist are becoming weaker. While the old soldiers o£ the war of the Rebellion are as yet much in evidence, the Grand Army as an organ ization is fast becoming a thing of the past.— Centerville Iowegian. Sheriff McColloch, of this county, went to Mercer last Thursday and ar rested Joe and "Buck" Girdner, John Bardwell, John Early, Jr., and Cal Ful ler on warrants issued by Justice J. S. Dennison, of this place, requisitions hav ing been obtained for their arrest from the Governor of Iowa, and honored by the Governor of Missouri. The charges against the parties were disturbing the peace of Mrs. Molin, a widow of doubt ful repute, of this place, breaking the windows and doors of her house, etc., the oftense having been committed sev eral weeks ago. They were brought to Linevilie where they all gave bonds for apj.earai.ee for I'-reliminary trial which will be held befure ustice Denhison to morrow.—Linevilie Tribune, is 3^' Rich. Red Blood. Morley's Sarsaparilla and Iron not only cleanses and purifies your blood but makes new, rich, red blood. If you have skin eruptions, boils, abcesses, rheumatism or scrofula, or iff you have a rundown tired out feeling, try this remedy and note the prompt results. L. Van Werden. Polygamy, slavery and piracy flour ish under the American flag in the Sulu Islands. The flag did not go to those islands seeking out all these in iquities to take them under its protect ing folds of its own accord. It has been placed there by President McKin ley who sent General Bates to bribe tbe sultan and his chiefs to permit him to raise our flag on the islands. The Sul tan and his chiefs draw an annual salary from the treasury of the United States. Their local government is inde pendent and we are pledged to uphold it against the world. The Hannaites call this expansion. All decent people oall it infamy. The St. Louis Republic remarks: That will be a mighty forgetful American of foreign birth who will vote for the ad ministration's world power policy of imperialism and militarism as now outlined. Seasoned native lumber, dimension stuff and bridge plank, material for barns and barn frames always on hand •rtbt. ?v F. D. CLOSE. -i Shot Hla Aasallantf ~Cy| A serious shooting affray o&Hirjre^ttS Uniou township Monday niptj" Oscar Case and Ralph Arnoid-^tl young men of the neighborhood %ej the ford on Sand Creek, where a^ took place, Case firing three Arnold. Case's aim was true- tW( the shots taking effect. Arnold verely, but not dangerously injured. The trouble is of long standing. weeks before Arnold became involved a quarrel with Case and his brothW-S#1 a uance. Tbe brothers defended thetfci^ selves and Oscar Case drew aJcnifis ode ting Arnold in the face. Arnold" BWQHrj* vengeance and threatened to kill- Gfclt the first time they met. Two ^greetl elapsed before Arnold again encounU ed Case, this time at tbe ford on Mifh'jT dav morning. He secured a heavy cl^b^ and struck Case over the head. Onfall then commenced operations with his aivf tillery. His gun practice proved very effective as two of the three shofc#^ took effect. One bullet Uflicted a slight flesh?" wound in the right arm, and the otltftr lodged iu the right shoulder. Themvijjlv ver was of twenty-two calibre aa 1 close rangt. is a very dangerous waapok Case was arrested Tues lay on intiy111? mation filed before Justice A. I/mt. wh set Friday, December 22, as the. dny foiM the preliminary trial. Meanwhile he'iiL at liberty, havingfurnished $l,000bo$d|J Attorney R. F. Askren will appear the defendant and County Attorft^jrfl Fuller for the state. Dr. A. 0. Armitage, who dressed nold's wounds, is of the opinion that no|| serious results may be apprehendfetfjf The injury to his shoulder is the serious, but tbe bullet has been removal ed, and no trouble is feared. It is reported that Case and Waller, of Ellston, indulged in anottiir^ bout Tuesday in which the former struck with a piece of inn. They ver?^ both taken before the mayor of town who assessed them $2.50 and co9U.1§i Case came to Mt. Ayr yesterday the intention of filing informftt^oii^ against Waller with County AttorneyJ^-r. Fuller, but was dissuaded front his wbimM. pose.—Mt. Ayr Record. 'V- ^'4 .i *'Sr&eA his PS Candli Nothing elee adds eo mnchl to the charm of the drawing »ftty radTL room or boadolr uthf aoftiy I Jt ltaht from CORDOVA Dane Notnitif will contribute more to the I io OaadiM. _jtf to tbi artintfo aaoceM of th« luncheon. t«* or dinner. Th« bMt daoorattr* 1 candles for th» ilmplMt or tho-1 moit elaborate function—for cot tajte or manaion. Made in all colon' and the mo«t delicate tinta by. STANBAKB «L M. and aold ererjwhera. I .... -v y. •si: PARKE and beaaunas scalp discaess «_nair faU i-v, "'--aiS?' •v •t «wr A® I t4 'S1?