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1 California Excursions. Weekly to Los Angeles and San Francisco via two different routes. One through tourist car leaves Des Moines every Monday at 8:45 p. m. running via Kansas City and Santa Fe Route to Los Ange les another leaves Des Moines every Saturday at 11:40 a. m., running via Kansas City, the Missouri, Kansas & Texas, San Antonio & Aransas Pass and Southern Pacific railways to Los Angeles and San Francisco, being the only through sleeping car from the the northwest to Texas points. Both of these cars are brand new, wide vestibuled and steam heated, and run from St. Paul and Minneapolis to Kansas City, via the Chicago Great Western |'-t' Car leaying Monday arrives Los Angeles following Friday morning avoiding all Sunday travel. Car leaving Saturday arrives Lus Angeles the following Wednesday morning and San Francisco Thurs day morning, passing through Waco, San Antonio and £1 Paso. For full information and assist ance call on or address any agent of the Chicago Great Western Railway or F. H. HUNTER, Traveling Passenger Agent, Cor. 5th and Walnut 3ts., Des Moines, la, SHERIFF'S SALE, 13y virtue of au execution, directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Deca tur county, Iowa, on a judgment obtained in Kii'd Court, on tbe 12ih day of November, 1900, In favor of Decatur county, Iowa, on bebair of School Fund of the State of Iowa, as plaintiff, and against John W. Ensley et al„ as defend ant. for the sum of Three Hundred and Twelve and 43-100 dollars and Thirty Seven and 3.1-100 cents, attorney's fees, and costs taxed at $ aLto $34.03 taxes paid by plaintiff and acoruing costs, I have levied upon the following real estate, taken as the property of said defend ant, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: Lot Seven (7) Blook Twenty (20) in Miles' Addition to Leon, Iowa. And will oiler tbe same for sale, to the highest bidder for cash In hand, on the 26th day of December, 1900, iu front of the court house door in Leon, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the uudersinned. Dated.at Leon, Iowa. November. 1900. Q. F. WOLBVER, 14-3t Sheriff of said county. SHERIFF'S SALE, By virtue of an execution directed to me from tbe Clerk of the District Court of Ueca A tar county, Iowa, on a judgment obtained in said Court, on the Bth day of November, 1WK), in favor of Bevis Brothers as plaintiff, and against Jackson Montgomery et al defendant, for the sum of Two Hundred and Sixty-three i%nd 75-100 dollars and Twenty-two and 50-100 Cents attorneys fees and costs taxed at S15.15 and accruing costs. I have levied upon the fol lowing real estate taken as the property of said defendant, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: N.4 N. E. X, and the 8. W. H,N. E. y. andS. E. "k, N. W. )i of the N. W. Section Nine (.!)) Township Sixty-eight (08) Range Twenty-six CM), and will offer the same for salettu tbe highest bidder for oash In ban3, ou tbe U6th day of December, A. D. 1900, in fiont of tbe court house door in Leon, Iowa, at the hour oi 10 o'clock a. m. of sold day. when and where due attendance will be given by the under signed. Dated at Leon, Iowa, November 26th, 1900. G. F. WOUVIR. li'.'t. Sheriff of said county. SHERIFFS SALE. Hireoted to me By vTrti from tbe Clerk of the District Court of Deca tur county, Iowa, on a judgment obtained in isuld Court, on the 12th day of November, 1900. In favor of Bevls Bio.hers as- plaintiff, ana ugaiast Chester Pullen and Minnie Puilen et al, as defendants, for the sum of Seventy five and 28-100 dollars and seven Cents, (7.00 attor neys fees, and costs taxed at 15.75 and accru lng oosts. I have levied upon the following real estate, taken as tbe property of said de fendant, to satisfy said execution to-wit: The north Vi of the N. M. of Sec.-One (I) Town ship Sixty-seven (87) Kange Twenty-five (So) and will offer the same for sale to the highest ^bidder for cash4n hand, on the 3Ath day of December, A, D. 1909, in front of the court house door in LAon, towa, at tbe hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, when and where due atiendance wlll .be given by the undersigned. Dated at Leon, Iowa, November 26, 1900. G. F. WOLEVEH, !4-lt Sheriff of said county. EXECUTOR'S NOTR E. ^Eslate of J. Stephens, deceased: Notice is hereby given 10 all persons inter eBted, that on thefitU day of November, A. D. 1000,-1 lie undersigned- w«s appointed by the derlt of the District Court of Decatur County, •1 lo»a,exei!ntor of the estate of J. K. Stephens deceased, tate of said couiity. All persons in debted to said estate will make payment to the' undersigned, and those having claims against the same will present them, legally authenticated, to said Court for allowance. D&ted.N ovember 27,1900. LYBIA.E. STEPHENS, 14-2t Executrix, EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Phillip Miller, deceased. Notice is hereby given' to all persons inter ested, that on the 8th day of November, A. D. 1900, the undersigned was appointed by the Clerk of the District court of Decatur county. Iirwa, executor of the estate of Phillip Miller deceased, late of said couniy. All persons Indebted to said estate will make payment to tbe undersigned, and those having claims against the same will present them, legally authenticated, to said court for allowance. Dated November 87th, 19t0. SM.V MARY J. MILI.BR. ,-U sfejsa: Exeoutrix. T\r.D. R. Dudley, Dentist. T.-'vrl/ GARDEN GROVE, IOWA. 1st Door East of Post Office, W. M. Sinter, Vetrimary Surgeon, Pkslelnn and Dentist, (MM YM Warden's Drag Store. WH. Albnugh. Lawyer. tpncniniBAitK 7H ARION F. STOOKEY, Lawyer. OFFICE IN LONG'S BLOCK. HE.LATEON, *"u .ifei Pbyddaa end hiHll. Oflloe Phone 7. Beddeiee pheaeT. T7BBD A. BOWMAN, U. D. JL PhyricUn aad Burgeon. OOee •bom 7. Residence pheae W. Office with Dr. Ltylea. ek-ft^^oaoe koon te 13—1 to 4—7 te S. A Brows, Pkyelcian nil Burgeon omens wumi tyteaial treaUMat _. Tu Wertea BLOCK. IH K. McAllaster, Physican and Surgeon flee ever W. P. Clerk Oe.'a Sten W P. Walght, Physician and Surgeon LEON. IOWA. atteauea gtvaa te IIM •M ana ot OMm err Ckroala n'a drug to •tor*. MaOUwl*. Lawyer. luMiter te carry a MMMaaia fom» nr iayi mwck. J.W.MowelL Through Tdurlst Sleeping Car Ser vice to Texas. Old Mexico and California. Via Chicago Great Western liy. to Kansas' City, and Missouri, Kansas Texas, San Antonio & Arkansas Pass and Southern Pacitic Railways through Dallas, San Antonio, El Paso and Los Angeles to San Francisco. Only through car line from the Northwest to Texas points and connecting at Spoflord Junc tion for all points in Old Mexico. These cars are in charge ol an experienced of ficial and leave Des Moines every Satur day at 11:40 a. m. reaching Dallas the following Sunday, San Antonio on Mon day, El Paso on Tuesdav, Los. Angeles at noon Wednesday and San Francisco early Thursday morning. These are Pullman Tourists Cars similar to those run on all transcontinental lines and the charges for berths are about half those regularly charged. To persons who have made the trip to California via other routes, this southern route will prove a most delightful change, and to persons contemplating a trip to Texas or Mexican points, it furnishes facilities heretofore unotfered. Full information urnished by any Chicago Great West ern Agent, or F. H. Lord, G. P. AT. A., 113 Adams St., Chicago. Personally Conducted Tours to Cal ifornia, in Pullman Tour ist Sleeping Cars. Via Chicago Great Western Ry. to Kansas City and Santa Fe Route to Los Angeles and Southern California. Only line having new Pullman Tourist Sleepers equipped with wide vestibules, steam heat and gas light. One of those new sleepers leaves Des Moines at 8 4& p. m. eyery Monday, via Chicago Great Western for Los Angeles and Southern California via Kansas City, and reaches Los Angeles the following Friday morn ing. These tours arc personally con ducted by an experienced official who accompanies the train to its destination. The cars are well equipped for a long journey and are as comfortable as the standard sleepers, while the price for a double berth is only about one'half. Full information furnished by any Great Western Agent or F. H, Lord, General Passenger & Ticket Agent, 11:t Adams St., Chicago. For milk cows on dry feed, Raven Food increases milk flow and makes better quality. It makes cows health aud prevents abortion. It cures scours in calves. For cattle not doing well it aids digestion, cures all blood and kidney disease, saves feed and they fatten well. Try dollar box no cure, no pay and money refunded. For sale by W." L. Barry, Harness Shop, Leon, Iowa. HOW A BOY WAS CURED (Prom the Herald, Marshall, 111.) In an interview with F. F. Mar kle, head miller of the Marshall mills, of Marshall, 111., tbe pub lisher was given the- following facts concerning the effects of MICRO GBRMI, used by his ten year-old son. Be said: "My boy had been in poor health for over a year. He had commenced to cough and expectorate he became weak and nervous and was going dows in spite of everything we could do. Nothing seemed to do bim any permanent good, though several remedies were tried, last May he BEGAN TAtflNfc- EVERYBODY'S BLOOD PURIFIER Prompt Positive Pure Pleasant LMAW and before he had finished the sec ond bottle hit health was as good as ordinary boys of his age. 1 at tribute hi* improvement entirely to MICRO GBRMI. He is from all appearances sound and well, rosy cheeked, cheerful and happy.'' Mr. Markle is an apright, honor able gentleman, in whose word ut most confidence can be placed. PRICB ORB DOLLAR FOJt WVRTBSR FACTS ADDRESS The MODERN REMEDY CO. KEWANBE, ILL. Bold aad GUARANTEED by W. E." M\ ERS & CO. CATARRH LOCAL and CLIMATIC Nothing but a local remedy or change jo climate will cure CATARRH. The specific is Ely's Cream Balm It is quickly absorbed Give relief at once. Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages. Allays inflamation. Heals and Protects the Membrane. Re stores the seoses of taste and smell No mercury. No injur- COLD'S HEAD ous drug. Regular size SO cents. Family size $1.00 at druggists or by mall. ELY BROTHERS,56 Warren Street, N. PARKER'S HAIR BALAAM OlHBtM and beantiflM the hair. Promotes a luxuriant growth. Barer Mis to Boston Snj 1 Hair to its Youthful Colon CSwjealp diacaaufc hairfallinz. 1 JBcjand^LOOat^Jnjjjtor"**" CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH :^*g\ACT._Alwajii«llabl«. U4l».ut DnmlN 1 CHICHESTKR'8 ENGLISH -«»M ••UUlo boxM. MM whbl—rtbboa. Take aaotker. Mm NNHIHor BrtetlUMaei aad |tt» BIT jn, Draft**. •«•«««. t» „r £anLMaU* TMrtMalali. MtkT CONSTIPATION tne frequent cause of Appendicitis and many other ee IMIALLLA AH/UIM RTN «_I_ *.» WI A|F|ICUUII iua suu UUUIJR ouier lous Ills should never be neglected. The objection to the usual cathartic remedies Is their costive reaction which Instead of curing it. PARKER'S GINGER TONIOIS the proper remedy. It acts on the liver, and when used as directed, permanently removes tot constipation. 60 cts. St $L90 at all Druggists. HORSES WANTED. vrn-^r- Will be at Leon every SATURDAY. Bripg your^horses in early as I ship in tbe afternoon. G. B. DAUGHERTY. MATRIMONIAL, REX-AKES. Married at high uooa on December 2, 1900, nt the residence of the bride's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. P. Akes, in the presence of a large mini her of reln.tiven and friends Mr. Oliver S. Rex to A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible burn, cut, scald or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world, will kill the pain and promptly heal it, CureB old sores, fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns, all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure guar anteed. Sold by L. Van Werden drug gist. WILL BE A GOOD THING, Sign PQ$t$4t Country Road Corners Will Soon Be Here. A Burlington paper states that in compliance with the state law the coun ty supervisors are preparing to have signs placed at each and every road crossing in the county. The purpose ot the signs is to "direct the traveler on his way." There will b3 176 of them and they will be painted in a large, plain letters so that everyone may read. After tbe signs are properly painted tbey will be turned over to the trustees of the several townships, who are sup posed to attend to tbe matter of having them located and set. The arrangement should be adopted at once in Decatur county, as it will not only be complying with the law, but will be a great advantage to people traveling over the county and will facilitate travel greatly. The item of expense would not be large. There are many persons who travel the country roads who would hail with pleasure a more complete enforcement of the state law in regard to signs in Decatur county, The matter of naming country roads as •streets are named in the cities, is being talked of by Des Moines county people, and the Burling* ton paper referred to has the following to sav in this connection. "Tne great majority of our country roads have no names, and it is often almost impossible to designate or describe tbeni in an intelligible mannt.r. Has not tbe board of super visors the same rights as tbe city coun cil in this connection? Could th'ey not giye any road or lane in this county a name, even as any street, road or avenue is given a name by tbe members of the city council, and which is entered upon the records and the official maps? Road nameB with the necessary signs would be another great assistance to people traveling In the country." Most In Quantity, Best In Quality, Morley's Sarsaparilla and Iron is a tonic, a blood purifier and a blood maker. It does not stop with merely curing certain diseases, like scrofula, sores, abcesses, etc., but cleanses and builds up the whole system. All who have tried it say there is more cure in one bottle of Morley's Sarsaparilla and Iron than in six of any other kind. Sold by agent in every town and by L. Van Werden. MORTUARY. CAROLINE KNAl'P was born in Gallia county, Ohio, March 12, 1823, and died at her home in Gar den Grove, Iowa, Monday evening Nov. 26,1900, at 8 o'clock, after an illness of a little over two weeks duration. The subject of this sketch moved with her parents from Gallia county, Ohio, to Mason county, West Virginia, when she was about iiye years old, where she resided until her marriage with Gilbert B. Am08, April 14, 1842. She and her husband continued to reside in Virginia until the fall of 1852, when they moved to Iowa, which was then located by the people of Ohio and Virginia as the "far west." They landed at Keokuk, but soon after locatcd on a farm in Monroe county, upon which they lived until tbe year 1868, when they sold their farm there and purchased one in Wayne county, which they occupied until they moved to Garden Grove, Iowa, in the spring of 1877. She resided with her husband, who survives ber, until her death. She was the mother of thirteen child' ren, twelve of whom attained to man hood and womanhood, Ave of these have preceded her to the land beyond. One of the live—her eldest son—gave his life to bis country while in young manhcod, dying in the south-land, where he still sleeps with his dead com rades. Of the surviving children, three live in this state and five in Montana, She joined the Methodist Episcopal church when she was only fifteen years of age, and ever since lived a zealous, consistent Christian, one who was never known td grow tired working for the Master. Her life was a useful one, crowded full of kindly deeds. Always thought ful for others, and ever ready to min ister to those in need, she was always the most happy when doing for others aftd such was the kindly, genial way in wbich she would go about performing acts of kindness, that she added ten fold to the blessings contered. Her life was full of years, everyone of which, since her early girlhood, was spent in such a jvay, that as old age came on she could enjoy the happy re flection consequent upon a well spent life, and thus have the brighter hope of a glorious immortality. She died in this hope feeling that all is well. To tell the story of a well-spent lite, Tbe mother true builds ber own monument, But not of bronze, nor yet of marble white, These are so in gone. A richer life is then her monument, Which through the ages grander will become,' As it more fully breathes His spirit an To help and bless mankind." Funeral services conducted by her pastor, Rev. I. N. Woodward, were held at the M. E. church Wednesday after noon, when she was laid to rest in the Garden Grove cemetery. While There Is Life, There Is Hope. I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste nor smell and could bear but little. Ely's Cream Balm cured it. —Marcus G. Shautz, Rah way, N. Y.| The Balm reachedme safely and tbe result is surprising. My son |says the first application gave decided relief. Respectfully, Mrs. Franklin Freeman, Dover, N. H. The Balm, does not irritateAir cause sneezing. Bold by druggists it 50 cts. or mailed lly Ely Brothers, War St., New ijork a M'IBK Mattie Akes. Both parlies are well and favorably known in thisi county. Mr. Rex is one of IVcatur county's hustling farmers and is nt the present time living with bis parents on the place known as tbe John Harrow farm four miles north west of Leon. The bride is one ot De catur township'?- charm ins young girls, who by her loving ways has gained inarty triends. Tbe words that made them husband and wife were pronounc ed by Rev. Harry A. Bennett. After tbe ceremony a bountiful dinner was served to all present which was prepar ed by the bride's mother which every body seemed to enjoy. May .joy and happiness crown their pathway through life. Quite a number of valuable pres ents were presented them. Those pres ent to witness the ceremony were as follows! S. R. Akes, Rev. Harry A. Bennett and nife, lid. Yanderpoof and family. There is but one Russ' Bleaching Blue. Three times within a year the courts have suppressed fraudulent imitations. Maple pity Self Washing Soap not only saves the wear on the clothes, be cause less rubbing is" required, but it saves fully half the labor. Attorney D. O. Jennings, formerly of Grand River, has formed a partnership with L. T. McConn of Bedford. The firm is a strong one and has been re tained in many important cases. Bright eyes are an infallible index to youth, nice windows from which Cupid shoots his arrows. Rocky Mountain Tea makes bright eyes. Ask your druggist. To Hog Breeders: 1 have a herd of Poland China hdgs which are bred from the best strains in the state. They are choice young stock, all eligible to record, and if you are interested in good hogs it will pay you to see my herd before mak ing a purchase. W. H. HAZIJCT. Notwithstanding the fact that it is HOW lawful to shoot quail there are cer tain contingencies that serve to make the experiment somewhat dubious. In tbe first place the law provides that it is unlawful to shoot along the public high way. Ill the second place it is unlawful to shoot on tbe premises of any one without first obtaining consent of the owner. It will thus appear that con siderable care will be necessary in order to dodge the provisions of the law. If the average man would look him self squarely in the eye, he would see at once that he needs RockyMountain Tea. A priceless boOm to men. 35c. Ask your druggist. For brood sows Rayen Food has no equal. The pigs will be strong and have plenty of milk. It cures scouresin pigs and lambs. It removes worms from hogs, cures colds and fevers prevents pneumonia and disease, and makes them do well. Xry dollar box no cure, no pay and money refunded. For sale by W. L. Barry, Harness Shop, Leon, Iowa. Our post master has received word that the rural mail delivery route has been established as recommended some time ago. It is ordered that the deliv ery shall begin December 1. Oscar Thomas is appointed deliverer, and Emma Thomas assistant. The length of the route is 25} miles, it being north and northwest of Lamoni reaching out to Elk Chapel, going,past Isaac Monroe's, weBt past the. Advent ohurch, then north past James Martin's and on past £lk Chapel, It-covers 38 square miles, and delivers mail at 141 houses, and serves 634 people,—Lamoni Patriot. Art thou one of the many that has drained the Golden Nectar that maketh thy heart full of strength and gladness? If not, take Rocky Mountain Tsa. Ask your druggist. Mr. William Barber, a well known retired farmer and citizen of Allerton, shot and killed himself at his home in that place Tuesday evening about six o'clock, whether accidentally or with suicidal intent is not known. No one but himself was in the house at the time and Mrs, Hill, a near neighbor, bearing the report of the gun, went to the house and found the unfortunate m^n lying on the floor dead with a shot-gun by his side. His clothes had been ignited bv the discharge and a ghastly wound in his left bide revealed the cause of his death. He wagt about 00 years of age and an old citizen of Wayne county, He leaves a widow but no children- _____________ "About five years ago I was troubled with catarrh of the lower bowels," says C. T. Chisholm, 484 Dearborn Ave., Cbi oago, "and although I consulted several eminent physicians who prescribed' for me, I found their remedies failed to in any way relieve me, and the trouble be came almost chronic. After suffering several months, I one dav concluded to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I beg to assure you that I was most agreeably surprised to find after taking two doses the remedy that I was completely relieyed of the disease that had cost me so mucth trouble and annoyance. I am thankful to say that I have not suffered from it since." For sale by A. Alexander, druggist. randtbemade.W.onGloverofkinds Need Underwear? We'll ofler you the greatest bargains you ever saw on Fri and Saturday, Nov. 1C and 17 when we place sale the en tire sample line of all grades of underwear, com prising the entire sample line of well known wholesale bouse of H. B. & Co. No better lines We have bought them so we can sell them at 33J per cent, less than wholesale prices. Let us show you. THE BEE HIVE. State superintendent Barrett has is sued a circular relative to the plan of transporting children from rural school districts to township central schools, aft was provided by the twenty-eighth gen eral assembly. The plan has been adopted in a number of townships in the state and has met with suocess when ever tried. Especially is this the case at Buffalo township, Winnebago county, where six busses are rup every day, and ninety-eight children are conveyed to Buffalo Center. A fine modern school building has been greeted and six teach ers are employed. Tbe cost of tuition is 11.85 per pupil, and this includes teacher's salary, salary of the bus driv ers and janitor, And the expense for fuel. Under the old plan of district schools, the cost per pupil has never been less than $1.94. The plan ha8 many good features aside from the less ening of cost, the most important being the advantage of a graded school for country pupil6, substituting specialized for un8pecialized instruction and better instructors for those of inferior ability. A Monster Devil Fish Destroying its vibtim, is a type of con stipation. The power of this murderous malady is felt on organs and nerves and muscles and brain. There's no health till it's overcome. But Dr. King's New Life Pills area safe and certain cure. Best in the world for stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Only 25 cents at L. Van Werden's drug store, Coal and WoodT Hard and soft coal and all kinds of wood for sale. Seeine before contract ing your winter fuel. I'll save you money. J. W. BOWHAS. List of Letters Uncalled For. The following is a liat of letters remain ing uncalled for at the ooatofflee In Leon Iowa, for tbe week ending December 1, 1900. B. F. Pricbard, Mrs. Sarah MeDanlel. In calling for tbe above pleaae amy "ad vertised." JOHN LEDOBBWOOD, P. M. For all sore", ulcers, wounds, burns and skin diseases-Beggs' German Salve, Ibe fam ous pile cure. .C H. Lidell, Nevada Mo., says: 'It gave me Immediate relief from piles and effecied a permanent oure." A OUABAHTBBD RIIIBDY, endorsed by physicians. MoGrath Sc Still, Woodland. O. Baantha SigaatBie of $4* fo A Line of They do wear longer than ^others.il! That's what mothers say about Armor Plate Pride Vour Dealer Has: Them, SuWs, GxjevcoaAs MtN'S SUITS. $10 We Handle the Following lines of \)ya'^s i^. Tnrkr^r\ RUBBER GOODS. 1 and Our Stockings. Can Get Them For ^AST HAWKi'KN/T coro^ DBS aUMNBS HOSIERS' MILLS. MANFKS* DM Mo^oM, Iowa. S Choice bard winter seed wheat for sale,\2* miles southeast of Woodland. MIKE ROGAN. TRESIS' We have an immense line of clothing and Overcoats which we are going to sell regardless of price. Notice prices quoted below in It. t*( mm sisis® '"v WliffS. These Goods are worth 20 per cent, more* We are also making a special effort on Overshoes, Arctics, Out ing Flannel, Bankets. Good Blankets from 50c to $4.50. Ladies'and Misses' Union Suits 25c. Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear from 35c to 50c. /Candee, DRIED FRUITS! that is hard to beat and Cannot be Excelled! •iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiimimiiii Extra fancy California peaches, pound 15c -Fancy California Crawford peaches pound 10c Raisin Cured California Prunes, pound 5c Raisin cured California Prunes large, lb 10c California Muscatel Raisins, new, pound. ..I0cr California Muscatel Raisins, seeded pkg.. 10c New Patros Currants, cleaned, package !5c Fancy Cured Citron, pound 15c Fancy Lemon Peel pound 20c California Apricots, Fancy pound 15c IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIItlllll USE MALTED BREAKFAST FOOD THE NEW DRINK. iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii O Remember we sell the original Cream Flour at the popular price of $1.00 Sack! r- 1 v.-! S,r (eligible Wfflt- Men's OVefcoats. $4. to $8. $ ti r, )Hood and Old Colony Rhode Wand. (Federals, \Colonials. THE BEE HI YE. ,,v *V' iiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii REMEMBER THE PLACE IIARRY J. YOGTiCCO. AT THE LITTLE STORE AROUND THE CORNER. to lecord. 8ale- ... rt iJL IjllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUMIMIIIIHUfnillllllltl INN HOW Chesterig^White Pigs!i| I have a few choice Chester White Pigs of both sex for sale at reasonable prices. All stock registered or I M. B. Turkeys. I I A few M. B. Turkeys from my mammoth Hosier Boy for ^-*1. ::u. H. MIDDLEBROOK, Garden Grove, Iowa. HHIIIIIIIinHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIHIimilWIIIIHHIIIIimiHIIIIIUHimillMillllHmiMHIIBIMMUlim Dietz Jos. 30 4 69 Stuck Lights. Theae Limp are right for Ughting tfre Indie of large fauna or cattle sheda. One lamp will thoroughly light up a long row of antmala. The lampa are atmng^/ made, perfectly aafe and very economical to tae. They born keroaeoe (coal oil), and very little of It cooddering ffacj Ught theygive. To introduce, we offer to of either size, freight prepaid, at a reduced Send for Free Catalogue. :R. E. Dietz Coiopany, 59 Laigiii Street, IitaUttbii 1M0, •F •}.' A t-*- As WW sue v5 'M "1 •fM' ill w* si?' v?