iBv.« ik'J' *»'ui-»
9 I I
___ paint 80 per cent. No
guess, but facts. We guarantee the B. P. S. j.aint to be
composed only of pure carbonate of lead, oxide aincor
the necessary coloring pigments, pure old process Imeeed
oil, pure turpentine, coachwJapan, aud to contain no
adulteration whatever. Come to see us as we are most
anxious to put it out for it never fails to muke us friends.
Our Wall Paper room
is full of bargains for you.
One hardly realizes how
much wall paper furnishes
a room until you have it
papered with some of our
—~jj£—Uandsome colored dark
then vou know
paper and then you
what, always made your
rooms look so large and
barren, although you have
plenty of nice furniture in
t.hem. This dark paper is
the fassion this season so
don't buy any other. Come here and look over our
great variety of colors at prices that makes it very easy
L. VAN WERDEN.
Dr8.Feliows & Fellows
trorn ft veto'fifteen
mllltor form of thiS dimn requires
We annuallr cure Imudrada of
io( patUofe Uatlnc them ia a vigor-
Iefsra, by pemlMl^ia, te Vi
Emainine Titles \a BeariEaUlfc r. A
413-41 w. walnut St., Des Moines, Iowa.
Located in DM Holnei in 18flfc After mnr.THtl tl
rexnlar practice,, we now devote all our Urn* to tM DlHql
of Chronic, Nervous and Special Mmum. Cm
or noney refunded. All medicines furniihM ready 1
detention from business. Patients at a diitonoa
mail and express. Medicines «®n* •verjrwneraliaa
or b.eakase. Charges low. Thousands of panrate 8_
and ixperieocp important. State your ease plainly.
terui', Dlacks, etc. Consultation fiw and confidant
sonal-y or by letter.
Seminal Weakness and Sex
Owr —'pmjc Book «nI Coniultation Free.
We want to sell you B.
P. S. l'aiut—one that Rives
Best Paint Sold—lasts
louder, goes farther and
spreads better tb&n any
paint in the country*. It is
a pure lead, zincand linseed
oil paint. No patent about
it, simply a machine mixed
pnint. It will out spread a
hand mixed oil and lead
blood to tho Mid, pains in back, form
bashfulneM, aversion to society^
power, losi of manhood* cured for llTii W# OUIBII
the above diaeaaai and make you fit for Mfni|%
•Jim JjPoiiontng. uioere* Sweliigyi
fliction run along. It becomes more
every month you .neglect it.
Our 30 years' experience ia the SUULSSSful
treatinent of the above mentioned diseases ia a
guarantee to yob that we an able to hMU
(S. FELLOWS & FELLOWS,
Wait Walnut Street. Des Molnee, lem.
If you have any
lyou had better sell is
while the trusts have
|control of the prices.
[When the trusts break
old iron won't be worth
Poultry, Eggs, Hidse, Bees
wax, Old Rubber, Copper,
and Dry Bones, fj mwifM
Remember THE OTHER FELLOW don't pay more than
we do. Our weights and money are good, a®
G/VTE.S PRODUCE CO.
HAL GATES, Manager.
First Door North of the Biggs Block.
E. J. SAXTZET,
Real Estate and Loan /Vgent.
end Tredwe leekier
Dr. Fred BUvernait returned from
Clafinda on Saturday evening with his
wife. He is lookiug in apparently ae
good health as we ever saw him and
seems perfectly restored in both mind
and body. It is not quite a year ag6
that be went to Glarinda for treatment
and the cure is indeed a marvelous one.
His many friends here hope that it may
be permanent.—Gorydon Times-Re
Genesaee Pure Food Co.. LeRoy N. Y.
Dear Sirs:—Some days since a package ol
your GKAIN-O preparation was left at my
office. I took it home and gave It a trial and
I have to say I was very much pleased with It
its a substitute for coffee We bave always
used the' best Java and Moclia in our family
but I am free to say I like the ORAIN O as
well as the best ooltee I ever drank.
Respectfully yours, A. O. JACKSON. M. D*
The marriage of Mr. Claude Brqner,
of Clio, and Miss Myrtle Kockhoid,
daugnter of Mr. Wm Kockhoid, of this
township, must have "come true" as
predicted by our Clio correspondent as
we see mention in the Corydon Demo
crat of the license for marriage haying
been secured. The Tribune wishes them
much joy and happiness. Latkr.
They were married at the residence of
the gr.oom's mother in this place last
Cures cholera, diarrhoea, colic, cramps,
lameness, sprains, lumabgo, swellingB,
neuralgia, rheumatism and toothache, all
pain, internal or external cured quicker
with Morley's Wonderful Eight than any
other remedy. Sold by agent in every
town and by L. Van werden.
sat on the step at midnight,
two fools that were better in bed
murmuring honeyed nothings .while
the silver moon hung her head. Two
fools with joyous elations swopt
the microbes on their lips, and thrilled
with a queer sensation from toes to
their finger tips. Telling the same stuff
over that was nothing when it waB new
giggling, gushing ana burning, but fro
zen thru and thru. This is the fond af
fection the young folks have to bear
they think it love undying and angels
in envy stare. The bachelor says it is
nothing, the old maid says it is vice,
and mamma says it is naughty, but the
younstere know it is nice.
A Powder Mill Explosion
Removes everything in sight so do
drastic mineral pills, but both are migh
ty dangerous. Don't dynamite the del
icate machinery of your body with calo
mel, croten oil or aloes pills, when Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are gentle
as a summer breeze, ao the work per
fectly.* Cures headache, constipation.
Only 25c at L. Van Werden's drug store.
A Bwindler by the name of Roas'who
advertised be had been selected
to secure husbands for a $425,000
bride, was arrested a short time ago in
Cleveland. The Mayor in looking oyer
the letters received the day he was ar
rested found one letter containing $150.
One of the victims was a Wayne County
citizen and the Mayor sent him the fol
lowing characteristic letter:
'••E. A. Willis, Pbomise City, Iowa
Sir:—1 had the man you write about
arrested day before yesterday for the
swindling he is carrying on. Buy your
self a primer and stick close to your
father and mother or you will get lost"
It is not too much to say the Wayne
county man received just what he d&
Are fipand, but skin eruptions rob life
of Joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
p'°" atf running and fever sores,
Dlains. Best pile ~bSiV'on earth.
riveB out pains and aches. Cure guar
anteed. Sold by L. Van Werden, drug?
A Serious Runaway1 Accident..
The pleasant Sunday School picnic of
the M. E. church held at the Andrews
place, 2} miles north-east of town last
Wednesday was marred by a frightful
runaway accident in which several child
dien were more or less severely iBjured.
three seated livery conveyance con
taining several little girls and driven by
Henry Jenks, who was in the employ of
the livery stable, came out of the mead
ow from the grove to the main road
among the last of the rigs to leave the
gr ounds. In turning into the road one
or the pole straps broke and the team
stfarted in a mad race down the hill and
all eflorts of the boy to control them
proved unavailing. They crossod the
bridge at the foot of the hill and passed
the other teams, missing collisions with
them in some instances only by hair
breadths. The Jenks boy and some
of the girls jumped from the vehicle
and all of them were more or less
seriously injured, the boy sustaining,
a fracture on one of his legs below
the knee and "Bee" WilBon daughter
of Robert Wilson, haying an ancle
broken and her sister, Fleta, badly
bruised by being thrown on her head
and shoulders. Maud Jenks was
picked up unconscious in which con
dition she remained for several hours
from the effects of concussion of,the
brain, but was not otherwise seriously
hurt. Hazle Wasson was very serious
ly bruised on one side from, foot to
shoulder, but no bones were broken.
Hazel Thompson was also quite badly
bruised about the face and head. The
other occupants were Annie Sullivan
and Eva Linton who "were thrown out
by the wagon overturning shortly after,
but escaped with nothing worm than a
bad scare~find severe shaking up. The
picnic party who were in sight of the
runaway hastened to the relief of the
injured and they brought to town and
taken to their homes wnere their inju
ries were attended to by phyaicianB
and all are now reported dung well.
That some of them were not killed out
right is regarded as miraculous by those
who witnessed the accident.—rLineville
If you have a weak, nervous, delriiita
ted wife, do not Scold or become impa
tient with her. Give her kind treat
ment, loving words and Mor ley'B Liver
and Kidney Cordial to renovate, regu
late and strengthen her system, and
our word for it ahe will soon be your
healthy, happy best half. Price $1.
Sold by agent in every town and by L.
Raven Food is positiye cure for chick
en, cholera, roupe, gapes and all dis
eases of poultry. It regulates the
bowels, blood and digestive organs
produces bone, muscle and larger fowl,
and makes hens lay eggs in winter.
Young chickens will grow rapidly tree
from disease. Try dollar box no cure,
no pay and money refunded. For sale
byw. L. Barry, Harness Shop, Leon,
For. Infants and Children.
—a omumii. K1
«4«_ rooiu mt rat
sent sealed for 4ceiii
fanqs of weakni
ris«e!'*eak back, a
torn blank Na'l foi
DR. E. J. WALSH
Sunday morning from 11:00 to 18:30
National Salute at SUnrise.
Drill by 100 Men.
WW et thto Una Itum
T. M.1ROBERTS'^SUPPLY HOUSE.
on every pair of shoes you buy. It is the best
guarantee of shoe goodness, shoe comfort, shoe,
service. The results of forty years experience in
shoe making ^attested in the shape, durability
and quality of 'V
a'." 10:80—Clown Band led by drum ma
,'vjor in an exhibition drill. (The ancient
-order of Egyptian prophets will be pre
sented in this drill.
11:00—Foot race, free for all, purse
11:15—Bicycle race, standing
300 yards, purse $5.00,
11:30—Baby show in park,
prizes, $5.00," $3^00 and $2.00,
1:00—Great chorus of 100 voices
by K. P. band.
1:30—Address by Hon. M. L. Temple.
2:30—Akes' rough riders, exhibition
run by Leon Fire Department.
$3.00 Shoe forMeif
$2.50 Shoe for Women.
There are many styles from which you can select .,
There is a size to fit any conceivable
shape in feet.. If your shoe dealer does
not keep them send for our catalogue
from which you can select the shoe
best suited-to your needs. Made by
J* LEWIS CO., lnttMi Matt.
WEAKNESS OF MEN)
STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, BLOOD POISON
and all Chronic, Blood, Nervous. Private and Skin Diseases of botb
seaes, cvred Wben otbera tail. Boot Mr Mom omly, PRBB-jti office, oi
I stamps. Prompt Mif Hwiant Cnu OwntHtf to Mem in all
manbood, nervousness, d«spondenoy, unfltnedgTor business or mar
mt in urine, etc. No inoonvenienoe or detention from business. Symp
No. S for women.
in all stages
entirely cured and removed from the system
oured in 7 days, Hydrooele in days. Stricture cured without
£)«.'_ Palnful or too freauent urine cured.' Uedloine sent under cover, letters answered in
plarn eovelope. Strictly private and confidential. Ail forms of electricity used when neoegsary
President of the Chicago Medical Institute, was form
dent of St. AnHMmy'8 Hospital. ?P^ri^
CONSULT A TtON PRBB at oflloe orby letter.
OHIGMtt MEOICXL INSTITUTE,
•, Office hours: Frdm A)-a, m. to 8:IS p.ii»
3:00—Military drill, battalion and
company drill, artillery practice wtlh
12 pound cannon.
3:30—Base ball, admission free, purse
3:45—Sack race, purse $5.00.
4:00—Fat man'H race, .purse $500/4
limit 225 pounds.
4:30—Pulling square holds, purse
5:00—Standing board jump, purse
5:30—Boys 100 yard dash, age limit
15 years, purse $1.00
Free dance all day and night. ,"
TIV-VI9.TII MIC0I.1ET Ml,
V»»-V10-Ttt riMT Ml. £,
0:00—Supper a la French.
8:00—Magnificent display ~6f fireworks
from roof of K. P. building.
fit Magnificent and
in the evening.
tad (MMM)jpoandi He*
StuuUnl jlBdlac Mm
irwpNt. loooatrktalate yon." Bdiniwbliidliie twine will be
ifcto lot Iijomttx canto for SUadud and 11K *"Mrmllireleoed
Letter from Oklahoma.
Perhaps a little news from Oklahoma
may not prove amiss as it is a busy time
just at present in Iowa.
Am rejoiced to hear of such splendid
crop and fruit prospecta in old Decatur
county. May she never fail. Here the
wheat harvest is bountiful and of good
quality. Oats are good but potatoeado
not do as.
well here a4 they do in Iowa.
The queerest thing is that they do not
I-will have to stay in this country for
some time as 1 have not had an attack
of asthma since came,
But one agent has happened to find
us and he was lost and could not find
his way out of the canon.
This, place would suit tat people for
the flies and mosquitos would keep them
in constant motion. Their fiesh or
blood one would have to go.
J. D. started to Deei Creek in a canoe
on the Canadian river and got" stock in
the quick sand., He was unhurt but
very badly frightened. He said the
earth shook all around him for 2fr feet.
He came home and hired a coach and
colta and' drove^pver the toll biidge at
Bridgeport to the creek:
Several thousand head of eattle from
Texaa are glassing on the grass grown
hills in Oklahoma. If Tekas has such
fine! grazing lands, why do tbev drive
thnr cattle^iere' to pasture-tbem?
John Clair, gnn and hounds killed
a wild cat. It caught a hen near the
door and John'and the hounds began
chaseing it but Clair followed -with the
gun and shot. it~- It was so old and
tough the hogs couldn't tear it to pieces.
At Geary they had a grand jublilee.
over: the "free home bill." All were
happy in mind and body. £an yon im
agine the domical part of the display?
The speaker')! stand was covered over
with beautiful radar, boughs, the sides
draped with stairs of white and stripea
of blue, with Flynn'a natne shining pro
miscously through it all. The founds*
tion was supported. with, eighteen or
twenty empty beer kegs.' The speaker,
Senator Gillette, poorea forth hia won
derous flow of oratory unaware I sup
pose of the ludicrpua foundadons.
The next blow out waa the K. P.'s in
stallation ot 'officers. Twelve, membets
were presenkand only thirty-six empty
beer bottles were, found in the-room
next Udorning, but it is hot enough in
this sunny place to drink iced drinks at
The boss ran acrosl a snake as long
as the wagon tongtie., He "has killed
seven rattlers. ana four whip snakes.
The latter give your legs a rap ia they
glide past They are harmless but one
is altytys frightened,.Yeurs trHlfi-
JJfill be at Leon every
Bring ybur'boraea in early as I ship
Red Prlaca 7424.
hot favorite" among "bone rais'
era. We challenge any horse in 'south
ern Iowa to show a better lot of colta.
For terms or other^ information see
Fbank Matthkwb, Leon.
wear out at the knees,
heels and toes.
Made of si*#1
and dyed with
a dye which
Hoslwy Mills, Manfis,
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