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Easter Dry Goods Needs Can
Best be Supplied Here.
Shirt Waists.
gf ir.
We do not say this in a boastful way,but
merely as a statement of fact. There are
r-' other local'stores which show admirable
stocks pf dry goods, but none where
every need of the customer has been an
ticipated so successfully as here. We
show the same choice styles and new
things which the city merchants make
such a noise about—but at lower prices.
You can get everything you want in
Easter dry goods here at popular prices.
We have tht famous Trojan shirt waist made
by the Gold and Silver shirt people. Every waist
is guaranteed to fit.
Prices from 50c. to $3.00 ea:h.
Summer Dress Goods.
We have Foulards and silk gignhams in pat
terns. Also a full line of dotted swiss dimity,
corded Mousseline pique's, French flannels ging
hams and picretines, in fact anything you need.
Millinery Department.
Don't forget our millinery department the
finest line
of summer hats ever shown in Jjeon.
Bring us your old hats to trim, we will make
them like new.
Leon" 2d-ftanl Store Co.,

Men's Suits
and pleasing, make fit and finish uncomparable.
Prices are lower than quoted elsewhere.
Our hat department never was so brimful of
high quality, superb styles and
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In Business in De
County Since
v. ^4
Burr OaK Ridge.
0. E. Cliastain'a family have been
haying the mumps.
Ed. Swope, of Center, was on the
nidge Thursday.
Airs. Homey and baby Marie, visited
a few days the first of the week with
her parents,
Several attended the reception at
Grandma Brannon's Monday of last
week, given in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Brannon.
One of Tom Webster's children was
quite sick the past week.
Grandpa Moreland chopped wood for
Geo. Meek, haying taken a relapse with
the mumps, but is improved at this
Eber Homey presented his wife a
baby buggy last week.
J. VV. Walton and wife took dinner at
the county farm Sunday a week ago.
Bill Johnson and wife went to Morgan
township Saturday night to see a sick
We understand that Miss Maud Bru
ntr has been employed to teach the
youngsters at East Eden.
Geo. Faucett was a pleasant caller at
Horney's Thursday evening.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn,
scald, cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, will kill
the pain and promplv henl it. Cures,
old sores, fever sores, ulcers, boils,-corns,
l'elous, all skin eruptions. Best pile
cure on earth. Only 25 cents a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by L. Van Wer
den, druggist.
The farming time has again arrived
and farmers are rejoiced to sow oats
and change the monotony of winter
Mrs. Benjamin Walker left Thursday
for Keokuk to visit herhusband and be
present at the graduating exercises of
the Keokuk Medical College. Mr.
Walker graduates with the highest hon
ors of his class and will come back to us
this time a full Hedged M. D.
Protracted meetings are in progress
at the Christian church conducted by
the new pastor Kev. Cameron. There
has been large attendance and good
interest shown.
About forty of the members of the
Christian church surprised Rev. and
Airs. Cameron by calling on them after
the service Wednesday evening in the
form of a donation party. Numerous
good things to eat filled the minister's
larder to an abundant overflow.
Mrs. R.J. Critchfield and son Fred
left Tuesday for Delta, Colorado, where
she will resume her former position in
the school room. The other members of
the family will join them in the near
Mrs, F. Bosserinan is visiting in this
Chas. Bledsoe cut his finger severely
while working with a buzz saw.
The Junior League gave an entertain
ment Saturday eveniug.
Wedding bells are again sounding in
our ears,
A Monster Devil Fish
Destroying its victim, is a type of
constipation. The power of this mur
derous malady is felt on organs and
nerves and muscles and bra^n. There's
no health till it's overcome. But Dr.
King's New Life Pills are a safe and
certain cure. Beet in the world for
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels.
Qnb' T, cents at.L. Van Warden's drug
A- irt- 5-Wx
V.: .VV
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prices and silk front dress shirts.
The new spring blacks in both Derby and Fedora
styles are simply beauties. The stock used in Qprlnd lllHAru/ftAl'
the making is the finest selected fur. The silk "H§ ^nHwJWCdl#
binding and trimmings are the best. All We're all ready for you in this line with the
colors and shades. best values and biggest assortment.
Mrs. Beard and little daughter Cleta
visited Tuesday with Mrs, George Foa
G. R. Piercy's and Dick Keller's spent
Sunday at J. M. Ashburn's.
Rev. Paren filled his appointment at
the Advent church Sunday evening.
Mrs. Barrett and daughter Merle were
guests at lid Scott's Monday evening:
Bertha Ray and Fersa Patterson, were
Lamoni callers Thursday evening."
Will Ashburn and sister Nina were
over Sunday visitors with Leon friends.
Fersa Patterson and Blanche Marshall
spent Friday at I. P. Pavton'e.
Rev. Williams, the Christian minister,
spent Saturday evening at Ed Scott's.
Mrs. Marshall and son Arthur spent
Sundayat O. Barnes'.
Mrs. Piercy and daughters spent Sun-
LaGrippe made you tired, and
jou are tired out You are
tired in muscle and tired in
brain, tired in body and tired
in mind. Your heart is tired,
ur nerves are tired, you are
all over. You aire too
tired to rest, too tired to sleep
and you feel worse in the mora*
ing than you did when you re
tired at night. You must b%T»
rest—rest for your worn-out
nerves and your weary brain
—-rest that will give your tired
body a chance to recover. Yen
can get it right away if you MtfP
send to your druggist for
Don't put it off but get it today,
and you will have the fizpt night
of soothing, sweet, refreshing
slet^i you have had since the
grip first got you in its clutch.
"I had LaGrippe awl the disease kaf ea
me for five weeks in spite of cm jibing. I
had a htteriif pail ibwt my heart, ctwUI
aot eat anything, was ran-down, weak, nerv*
MIS and unable to sleep. 1B fact I was a&
tiied out and had no amMtkm for anything.
I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and found
rest and sweet deep the fast night I also
•sed Dr. Miles' Heart CUM and Dr. Ides'
Nerve and Liver Pills, and can Mjr»truljr,
taey accomplished WOMJMSfar ma."
Mas. ELIZAL MASTXM, Monitor, Ltd.
Sr. Miles' Remedies are seM at aH drag*
gto^on^a ysitive yjiafrntce. Scad far free
Or. MileaHMedleai Co.j EHctiart. 1*4.
V*, JA
Vouths' Suits
.. We point with pride to this particular stock, nowhere
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We are showmg^ thfs season the best and it is the rich results of months of careful prepara- so little money as here. Our selection of new
choicest line of mens
garments to be had in tne ^ion. The highest novelty styles of Europe and spring designs in vestees, reefers and double
eastern markets. The patterns are bright, new -^meriCa
In this department we keep a full and complete stock at all times.
m-: sell more than all the rest in this city combined.
now showing the most complete line
of most beautiful colorings and combinations in
ly check, plaids and mixtures and horizontal and
stripe in French percales, madras cloth
•••W?. ..V -ry-.
Every Article Sold at this Btorgs is puar^|e^d toiGiye^Perfeet Satisfaction
ie fatmert are sowing oats.
Edith Barnes is visiting -her sister,
-Mrs. Berth* Patrick.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmonson called at
Rev. Papon's Sunday.
Mrs. Marshall and children spent
Friday at Rev. Beard's.
J. \Vhittier was in town Sunday.
Mrs. McLington afid son Willie, o(
Omaha, came Saturday for a visit with
Mrs.Mcfcington's brother J.M.Ashburn.
Perry Scott's children Sundayed with
their uncle Edd Scott'.
Minnie and Jessie Patterson Sundayed
with Meta and Nelle Ashburn.
Last Friday was the* twentj-fifth an
niversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
Elsbury and their -many friends gave
them a surprise Friday evening. An
enjoyable time was had'by all.
cold steel or Death.
"There is but one small chance to
save your life, and that is through an
operation," was the awful jMfDspect set
before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Dime Ridge,
Wis., by her doctor after vainly trying
to cure her of a frightful case of stomach
trouble and yellow jaundice. He didn't
count on the marvelous power of Elec
tric Bitters to enre stomach and liver
troubles, but she heard of it, tuok seven
bottles, waft wholly cured, avoided sur
geon's knife, now weighs more and feels
better than ever. It's positively guar
anteed to ourei'stomach, liver and kid
ney troubles and never disappoints.
Price 50c at Van Werden's drug store.
From Our Exchanges.
On Sunday night about ,11 o'clock the
infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Mar
tin was found dead in bed. The cause
of death is not known.—Davis City
J. A. Albrecht, of Kansas City, Kans.. says
that Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup savod bis son
from a consumptive's grave. That's what it's
oing with thousands ot people every ar, by
curing throat and lunff troubles before they
become Incurable. Try it! McQrath & Still
"Uncle" John Emmons met with an
accident Monday which came very near
proving fatal. He was assisting in the
work about the feed mill at his son
Henry's near Freedom church when in
some way the block of the
pulley fell and striking him across the
bridge of the nose and across his fore
head, breaking his nose and taking ofl 'a
piece of fiesh just above the eye. Dr. O,
G. Macy was hastily summoned and
dressed the.wounds and as we go to
press is resting well.—PleHsanton Index
It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Danforth, of LaUranpe, Ua.,
suffered intensely for six months with
a frightful running sore on his leg, but
writes that Bucklen's ArnicnSalve whol
ly cured it in ten days. For ulcers,
wounds, burns, boils, pain or pi'es it's
the best salve in the world. Cure guar
anteed. Only 25c. Sold by L. Van
Werden, druggist.
Mather—the 30 years dentist of over
30 years experience is at Leon on the
morning of the 27th and will remain
until the last of every month.
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
here—also the most staple kinds. breasted suits is larger than ever before,
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pUsBiet and bcurtlflw the hair. I
Ktomottt lnxuHinl growth. I
nam Ikllt to Qrwl
to ity Youthful Color. I
Cunt It htlr ltlUnjL I
New and Up-To-Date Goods!
Very Lowest Prices Possible!
No Old Job Lots!
Look for the Trademark
Children's Suits
else can
Men's and Boys
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This department is the best in the city, and
St.* Notice.
Now that spring is here and all are interested in what tbey are going to
buy for spring and summer wear, we again wish to call attention to our beautiful
new stock of drefis goods now complete and ready for inspection. We now have the
greatest variety, most beautiful and most stylish dress goods and trimmings we have
ever shown, and prices no higher. No o'ld goods which are out ol style or scraps ton
offer at reduced prices, but only the best and most beautiful goods iat
••Bilk Satin" one yard wide In colors. "Mercerized Silks and FoulardV' of '^Si^
all colors. Fanoy Linings, silk Fringe Trimmings, all kinds of Laces,- Fadings,
flattings, Allover Laces and Embroideries, Insertions. Ail the new styles in neck
wear. Ladies ready made Wrappers, Duck and Pique dress skirts, Fanoy "Mercerized ...
skirts. Ladies' and gents'farnishiugroods. All of the aboye list and many other
lines of goods which are bran new, stylish and good wearing goods.
We offer no old job lots'at aliabtly reduced prices for the purpose of at
tracting speculators, but actual new stylish up to date goods at tied rock prices We
are proud of our new stock of goods, and always pleased to show, them whether voir
wish to buy or not.
mother be so well pleased for,
A large line of checks, plaids and stripes" for
spring wear.
Spiing Neckwear.
The styles, the colors, beautiful blending of
colors, quality of silk and satin that show up in
our spring neckwear are far beyond our poor de
scriptive power.
tlce is hereby given thai the
aittee of the M. E. church at Davts-Qltyr
will receive sealed bids for the erection
•"mpletion of the wood work of Ihe
[rame church building to be erected- Ih.
rity. lown, and to be completed on o&mM
pofeed frame church building to be erected
Davis «ty,
room 18x33 to be built according to nlauH a"d 'tafe*
spcoiflcutions-on Die with the Sec'y^of
Duildthg rommitteo. '1 he committee reafirv- s- tsi*"
the right to reject any and all bids,—the suif--g
cessfui bidder to estimate itemized bill „of &
lumber to be purchased bj ommlit«e, iltid JSg*
will bo required to. give approved bond ••'otsis&scr®,.
fulflllment of contract. Blas received sealed ^SssTSwV
until 6 o'clock p. m. on 8a urday April lis JW. sJKS®®
August 15,1900 —this not io include the
r. Main audience room 3'3x50 IjeotuWiiffifcsa
Oeo. P. OAMPBBUt Sec'* BTdJg Conl.s'r3®®Sffi!ft
Davis City. lo 'aV '-iSg-"^
First door south of Bank. 31-SW.' Ai«sij#-
at the bottom of tt.
for Women
His trade mark stands for alf
that's good in shoes. It guar
an tees comfort, quality and
style. There are a great many
styles for you to choose from-
There is a-shape to fit your foot,
a style to meet your taste.
If yonr shoe dealer does not handle
Lewis Shoe send for our Catalogue
showing shapes and styles.
For Men the Lewis 1$ $3.00.
Malta bj J. B. LEWIS COMPAH*,
We buy and
The Pioneer Clothier.

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