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guarantee every article we sell,
we are opening our holiday
china and glassware and for a
starter with every purchase of
$1 or over we give an individual
CREAM PITCHER
FREE! FREE!
SATURDAY. IK, 1
This offer is on groceries
or chinaware.
LEON QUEENSWARE CO.
E. BOWMAN, Manager. IJZ
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We are offering goods at
cheapest buyers.
Old
prices that are surprising
Notice below a few of our
20 cents buys a gallon of kraut
25 cents buys 3 dozen sweet pickles.
35 cents buys 1 gallop home-made sorghum.
20 cents 1 gallon pure cider vinegar.
25 cents buys 2 packages Plllsbury's Vltos.
$1.00 buys 1 sack fancy cream flour.
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A full line of California dried and canned fruit. All goods
guaranteed .to be first-class. We will pay the highest
market price in cash or trade for your
FULTON*, & MANNING,
'Phone 42. North Side Square.
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not one complaint ifejf
has been recorded for misrepre
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Hides, Tab
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Rubber, Iron S
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tst PfiGes Paid in Cash!!
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Everything Beautiful
g: Undertaking Department.
My special at
tention is given
to this depart
ment. All calls
promptly look
ed after..
I am a Licensed Etntmlmertmder the laws'
of Iowa.
A.C.
PHONE 200 ORjERA HOUSE BLOCK.
MORE LIGHT
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WNUWOODARD,
President.
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with which we come in con
tact helps to retine and
strengthen our finer nature.
Contact with beautiful furn
iture and beautiful sur
roundings subdues the
cparser and sharpens the
finer nature as a grindstone
sharpens a knife. Little
children take in impressions
as a sponge takes in water.
Thev should have a cosy,
pretty home to live in. We
keep everything to furnish
homes cosily and reason
ably,
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I am prewired with all the modern tests to correct all errors of the eyes.
1I guarantee all my work. Lenses changed free of charge. If you desire work done
at your home notify me by mail. I will call without extra charge. I will be at
I my residence 2 blocks east of public square, Saturday and Monday, each week
P. F. BRADLEY, Leon, Iowa.
LESTER GOULD, Pres. MARK M. SHAW, Cashier. W. A. RAMSEY,Vice Pre!
Farmers & Merchants Bank.
VAN WERT, IOWA.
Responsibility $75,000.
Transacts a General Banking Basiness.
Pays Interest on Time Deposits.
STOCKHOLDERS—A. L. Belding, Fred Gould, W. A. Ramsey,
Mark M. Shaw, Lester Gould.
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JAMES CRESWELL,
Vice President.
TBS CmZIN'S BANK.
Owns 3,300 acres of land In Decatur County and other securi
ties amounting to over $200,000. interest paid on
time deposits.
WOODARD, JAMES CRESWELL, JTHENRYlRll..
0. BRAZELTON, 0. M. CX)RRINGTON. S
5 W. H. COLTER. F. A. & F. S. GARDNER. E. W. T0WN8END.
Fimcr: aid him Stab Bui
pt LEON,
Capital and Siirplus
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Does a general banking business.
Pays Interest on time deposits, -s
We Solicit a Share of Your Patronage.
JOHN W.HARVEY. Presi-tent. THOS. TEALE, Vie. President.
FRED TEALE Casbier T. S. ARNOLD. Assistant Cashier.
ENJOY TURKISH. SULPHUR. VAPOR, or MEDICATED STEAM BATHS at home 3
cents each. They open up the 5,000.000 pores of the skin- From each flows a tiny stream of
poison laden liquid, which if retained, poisons the system, causing rheumatism, malaria
nervousness and general debility.
"The most complete line of bath oablnets in the world.
Prices—The Standard $5.00, Century $8,50, New Era J12.00,
food representatives wanted everywhere.
Write for our book Health and Beauty. •,
The young as well as the old should
have their eyes tested and the errors
of the eyes corrected by the use of
$38,500.00.
THE STANDARb BATH CABINET CO.i Toledo, Ohio.
SPOONS, FORKS,
KNIVES, Etc.
have been made f&r over
fifty years, steadily gaining
in character of deigns,
finish and general popu
larity, but' best o£ all,
the good 6Id
"Rogers"
quality has been main-'
tained. It would be-haid
indeed to improve upon the
wfiortng qualitie* first ex*
hibited bv thb brand, and
which have made "1847 Rogers
Bros"." the ttoit famous 2 all
silverware Do not experiment by
tiding something that has not stood
the test of timei Buy "1847"
goods, which have a well-known and
well-earned reputation, and yoa nut
no risk. There are other "Rogers."
The original and' genuine has the
pteBx'—"! 847."
Sold by leading dealers everywhere.
Send to the makers for catalogue Ji
No.WS containing newest designs. -J
ImtMATMHiib Sum C«., BaMenwf to
MERIDKN BRITANNIA COMPANY,
MBK,IDBK, COKN.
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L. Van Werden.
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E. W.TOWNSEND,
Cashier.
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RESTORE YOUR HEALTH
Investigate our cooperative plan of monthly payments
^elore purctaeinK a bath cabinet.
are honest. Wealth
Members wanted 'who
unnecessary.
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Jatural Sulphur Springs or Turkish Bath
HOT AIR ELECTRIC BATHS will beneat or cure .very
ailment. By using one of our Thermal Bath Cabinets you
can accomplish quietly in the retirement of your own home
better than at Nf
Houses.
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Mr. and Mrs. 56., 8. Moran, now of
l-Bozeman, Mont., but who were among
the early settlers of this place, were in
town one day last week visiting with
I old friends.—Garden Grove Express. ,,
Ladies Favorite.—Morley's Little Xiv
I er Pills for Bilious People are the I
ladies favorite, because they are small,
easily taken, and do thtir work quietlyl
but effectually. One a dose. Sold by
Calvin Williams had about seven
bushels of apples stolen last week. He
had put some away in a cave and some
he piled up and covered with straw for
his family's use this wiuter but some
one else had an apple tooth and decided
Calvin had enough to spare.—Pleasan
I ton Index.
If you would have an appetite like a I
I bear and relish your meals take Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They correct disorders of the stomach I
and regulate the liver, add bowels.
Price 25 cents. Samples free at W. A.
Alexander's drug store.
The state of Iowa is supporting in the I
I state institutions 6,176 persons, at the I
cost last year of 9134,539. There have
been 930 persons in the penitentiary
2,971 in the insane asylums 235 deaf
persons, 131 blind 425 orphans 597 old
soldiers 868 feeble minded 619 in the
boys and girls reformatories.
Jell-O, The New Desert,*'
8leases
all the family. Four flavors:—Lemon, I
'range," Raspberry and Strawberry. At your I
ry it to day.
Grange,
I grocers.
S. E. Davis has purchased Thos. L. I
Wynne 'sfarm north of town, known as
the Pete Brother's farm consideration I
$2,000. Mr. Davis traded Mr. Wynne!
the 40 acres south and west of the F. M.
Davis farm on Little river. We under-1
stand that Mr. Wynne is about to sell it
and is going to buy a farm north of
Leon. We would regret to. loose Mr.
and Mrs. Wynne from our township and
hope they will decide to remain.—Pleas
anton Index.
Chronic nasal catarrh poisons every
breath that is drawn into the lungs.
There is procurable from any druggist
the remedy for the care of this trouble.
A small quantity of £ly's Cream Balm
placed into the nostrils spreads over an
inflamed and angry surface, relieving
immediately the painful infiamation, I
cleanses, heals and cures. A cold in the I
head vanishes immediately. Sold by
druggists or will be mailed for 50 cents
by Ely Brothers, 50 Warren Street, New
York.
Friday evening as Kobert Bicknell was]
I carrying in his night wood from the rear]
of tne hotel, he slipped and fell, break
ing his left arm near the elbow also ef
fecting that, breaking the condyle. The I
I day Had been cold and there was some I
I snow on the ground and as he went to
walk on a plank, taking his step he slip
ped and fell with the above results, pro-1
ducing a very painful injury. Dr's.
Macy & Son were hastily called and re-1
duced the fracture. On account of Mr.
Bicknell's age the broken bones will be I
slow in knitting together. At this
writing (Tuesday) the swelling bad be-1
ean to reced.e and the injury less pain
ful.—Pleasanton Index.
Bismark's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health,
Indomitable will and tremenduous
energy are not found where sfflfttch,
liver, kidney8 ackr&wels are out of
order. If yoiwant these qualities and
the success^aey bring, use Dr. King's
New Lift Pills. They develope every
pQwer brain or hod v. ^plv 25c at
t, VafTWrrden's drug sOTiP
The papers last week announced that
Secretary Long, of the navy department
at Washington, had appointed Cyrus C.
Wells, private secretary at the salary of
12(500 per year. Mr. Wells is a son of
A. F. Wells of this place, and grew to
manhood here. He is a young man full
of those excellent qualities which invari
ably lead to success. He has been in
the navy department for some time, and
has scared no eflort to become pre
ficient in all work placed in his hands.
We are glad to note his promotion for
he well merits it, and join bis hosts of
friends here at bis old home in extend
ng congratulations.—Humeston Era.
A Famous Painting
may be worth millions—or a big pump
kin mav take first premium, but Ur
Caldwell'8 Syrup Pepsin brings more
oy every day as it becomes better
mown and more generally used for
constipation, indigestion, sick headache
and stomach trouble. Get it at L. Van
Werden'8.
Roy Evans* saddle horse came to
pief Wednesday night. It broke loose
town and started lor home, taking a
short cut down the railroad track. He
got along alright until he got to about
the center of the railroad bridge, when
the near approach of the evening pass
enger train excited bim, and he begun
missing the ties and stepping through
It stumbled along until near the east
end of the bridge, when the engine
Btruck it, knocking it from the bridge
and rolling it down the filling below the
bridge. Thursday morning the bridge
fillers found a maimed and broken-limb
ed horse at the bottom of the dump,
aliye but useless, with broken legs anc
severed ham strings. Saddle and
blanket were atill on the poor creature,
Section foreman Ballou was notified,
and he soon put the miserable creature
out of suffering's reach by killing it.—
Lamoni Chronicle.
fpLadles!
If you want a beautiful complexion, a
bright eye, a good appetite, an active
liver, bowels regular as clock-work, and
a vigorous, healthy body, use Morley's
Liver and Kidney Cordial, the great
system renovator. It cures all diseases
to which women are subject, such as
weakness, debility, melancholy, nerve
ous prostration, eta Sold by agent in
eyery town and by L. Van Werden.
A private letter from Hon. £. D. Kel
logg, recently of this city and for Dearly
half a century one of Iowa's best: ana
mosp useful men, stateB that he and
Mrs. Kellogg are now located in Kansas
city and will remain with Rev. and^Mrs,
William Carter during the winter. The
major Decame seriously ill last. August,
ana is now under the care of two of the
most eminent physicians in Kansas
City. He has been compelled to under
go a very painful surgical operation,
but is slowly improving and is greatly
encouraged by the statement of his
physicians that he wil be restored to
the usual health of a man of his yearB.
Mrs. Garter.is his daughter, therefore
^hereis no doubt but that he will ~htve
the best of care undec the charge of Mrs.
Kellogg and Mrs. Carter, and the two
physicians who have great interest in
his case.—Des Moines Register.
It Saved His Leg.
P. A Danforth, of .La Grange. Ga.,
suffered intensely for.six months with a
frightful running sore on his leg, but
writes' that Bucklen's Arnica Salve
wholly cured it in ten days. For.ulcers,
wonnas, burns, boils, pain or piles it's
the beet salve in the world. Cure guar
anteed. Only 25c.^ fiold by L. Van
JVe«#r- Uggist.
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PAINT!
hand and wish to lessen stock in
order not to carry it over. If you
need paint, wall paper or drugs,
come and see us.
L. Van
Werden.
The Paramount Issue.
Politically it is an issue of the past. But to (he
head ot every family and every person who supports a
family, there is a question of live interest. That is
HOW TO STUDY ART
"Where Can I Buy
My Winter's Supplying
At The Greatest
Money Saving Prices."
Answer—At Hamilton & Gammill's closing out sale.
Why certainly first-class goods sold
are cheaper than where they are sold at a profit, and
much cheaper than poor qualities sold elsewhere at a
big profit. It is true that you miy tell a thousand
people once of something to their interest and the ma
jority of them will forget it. But tell one person the
same thing a thousand times and he can't forget. So we
propose to keep telling you where to get bargains.
We give in our illustrated catalogue,
FREE, valuable information and
advice to those contemplating the
study of Art. Send postal for cata
logue. HALSEY C. IVES, Director.
WT.
LOUIS SCHOOL OF FIME
/YIMD DON'T YO0
FORGET IT
We are giving the best bargains in all kinds of
underwear, hosiery, dry goods of all kinds and shoes,
and overshoes/ ever given in Leon. Our goods are all
new and stylish. No old plunder or trash with which
to deceive any person. No doubt you need something
in our line and we are anxious to dispose of the goods.
Won't you come in and inspect our goods? It will cost
you nothing »nd savemcney for you if you buy. We
are always pleased to show goods.
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NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RIGHT OF
REDEMPTION.
To S. 1. Landes, A. C. Landes, R. 8. Lan
Ase,- Ji H. Landes, Magfrie Landes, Agnes
Maoy, Gussle Brufly, Lucius Embree, Sam-:
uel Erabree, Ellslia Embree, Margaret Grif
fith and Agnes Prior:
You ana each of you are hereby notified
that at a tax sale held at the Treasurer's of
fice in Leon, Decatur county, Iowa, on the 7th
day of December, 1886, the undersigned, H. J.
Landes, became the purchaser of the follow
ingdesoribed premises situated In Decatur
oounty, Iowa, to wit: Lot Six (6) In Block
One (1) of the Original Town of MllfoM now
called Westervlile, Decavur oounty, Iowa, and
that the undersigned Is now the lawful owner
and bolder of the certificate of purchase there:
for, and that unless the same Is. redeemed
wlthlnminety days from the completed service
ot thlsWotlce a tax deed will be Issued there
for, as by taw in such cases made and provid
ed.
Witness my hand, this 19th day ot Novem
ber, 1900. ~r
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are making a special effort and
special prices to dispose of our
'present stock of„
in order to make room for next year's
goods. Make no mistake by not
looking over our line if in need of
these goods. *r
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