OCR Interpretation


The Leon reporter. (Leon, Iowa) 1887-1930, January 03, 1901, Image 12

Image and text provided by State Historical Society of Iowa

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87057096/1901-01-03/ed-1/seq-12/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

M-
I WM.WOODARD,
President.
I STOOJ
&
Leon,
$aS3^1TO§ &&R.V-T Vi*.f'"*fe jav:-:r
r?^".
yiiiM^»aiiWMjiBiiiiiiiwiWiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii|
IABLTOI & 6AIHLL.
1901.
With the beginning of the year 19dl, we
offer I90l new inducements to trade
at our store. Nineteen hundred and
one articles at^'.
Hamilton
m\.
it first, send
us
Capital and
JOHN W.HARVEY, PresiientV
FRED TE&LE Cashier
-"W
Lower Prices
than Elsevt here
With the beginning of the new year
we begin anew effort to clear out our
stock. Don't pass our store^ when you
want a bargain in anything in our line.
We yet have a complete line of under
wear of all kinds which must go
ardless
ost!
Men's wool union suitsrWocil shirts
and drawers and cotton fleece lined
shirts and drawers. Same for ladies'
and children. A complete line of hos
iery and mittens. Overshoes of every
kind and size. A few pairs of blankets
at a bargain.
Contains
your name and address and we will mail you a free sample
•bottle. Mention this paper and write DR. TABER MFG. Ct., Peoria* 111.
ram ail trailers Slate Bask.
LEON, IOWA.
Surplus $38,500.00.
Sll
•s®&>
'Does a general banking business/**
^KfPays Interest on time deposits.
We Solicit a Share of Your Patronage.
Si"
SJIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllljllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUj
JAMES CRESWELL, E. W. TOWN8END,
Vioe President, MS Cashier,
•IIM
=. ... T3MV45
a Owns 3,300 aeres of land in Deoatur County and other securl
ties amounting to over 200,000. Interest paid on,
time deposits.
WM. WOODARD, JAMES CRESWELL, J. HENRY HILL.
S 0. BRAZELTON, C. M. CORRINGTON.
W. H. COLTER. F. A. & F. 8. GARDNER. E. W. TOVVNSEND.
aniutiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiimitiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiittHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
iMiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii]
Chester White Pigs!
1 have a few choice Chester White Pigs of both sex for I
1 sale at reasonable prices. All stock ^registered or
eligible to record. I
M. B. Turkeys.
THOS.TEALE, Vice President.
ARNOLD, Assistant Cashier.
A few M, B. Turkeys from my mammoth Hosier Boy for I
I sale. ap." 1'
H. MIDDEBROOKY Garden Grove, Iowa.
iHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiUHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuii
WARNER Lock.
E«S&iSs
£V
iH '.*,»•* •.
it-
}$ £r«"fe
Pepsin Bismuth, Nux
Vomica, Diastase and other valu
able remedies for tiut- Oise o5
Dyspepsia, Indigestjoh, Headrfche,
Heartburn, Sour/Stomach, Loss of
Appetite, Constipation and all
"tomach and Bowel Troubles.
jngs bade rosy cheekf and
ouTmiil/Sp irits. It is not a'patent
medicine—formula is op every
bottle. Buy one bottle, and if not
satisfied, the druggist will refund
your money—or, if you want to try
mm
ittui
Married, at the -residence of George
Walter, Dec. 25, Joran B. Dolan tf Leon
to Mrs. Annh Walter, Rev. Ambrose S.'
Wright officiating.—Mt. Ayr News.
Stop your hair falling out "Erysipelas re'
.suited In entire loss ot my hair two bottle
Beggs" Hair Renewer gave me a fine growth.1,
.lohn A. Linder. Editor Advocate, Humestonx
la. GCARANTEFD for all scalp diseases re
stores natural growth Tand color. McGrath A
Still, Woodland.
Israel Post's little baby' girl'met with
yery painful accident last week. A
dish of boiling water was spilled on her
foot, and before the heavy woolen
stocking could be removed the fleBh was
literally cooked. She is now doing nice
ly however, and the swelling and inflam
mation are nearly gone.—Davis City
Advance.
'I strongly recommended Beggs' Cherry
Cough Syrup it cured me of a throat and lung
trouble of many yei
Bremen, Rifle, Colo,
ears' standing."—Mrs. J:
o, .Cures-coughs, colds,
asthma. bronchitis, la grippe, pneumonia,
whooping-cough, croup and consumption.
MoGrath & Still, Woodland.
Is it possible there is anybody so low
in Lamoni as to keep a place of business
where a password opens the locked
door and enables the comer to obtain a
drink? We are conscious that there is
something rotten in Denmark and it
seems to us that a little more pronounc
ed opposition and disapproval upon
the part of ciVHsens and a little louder
and fiercer opposition to the contempt
ibly sneaking whiskey business that is
oing on, would be decidedly in order.
Vhere do you stand anyway? Are you
opposed to it? Do you say so? Do
ou say so emphatically? Or are you a
lttle weak kneed about it, and quite
willing that somebody else should fight
for your rights and the protection of
your family and the morals of the com
munity, while you appropriate the ben
efits without any investment? A move
ment along the whole line and without
further delay is absolutely essential
Who's ready?—Lamoni Patriot.
For all sores, ulcers, wounds, burns and
skin diseases—Beggs' German Salve, the fam
ous pile cure. ,C H. Lidell, Nevada Ma, says:
'It gave me immediate relief from piles and
effeoted a permanent cure." A ^GUARANTEED
HEMEDY, endorsed-by physicians. McGrath A
Still, Woodland,
Real Estate Transfers.
From Dec. 5 to Dec. 28,1900.
A. D. Wallace Ex. to Wm. Ander
son, lot in Lamoni $ 400
A. D. Wallace Ex. to Wm. Ander
son, lots in Lamoni 450
J. A. Harris to J. P. and Salina
Martin, lots in Leon 1,000
Philip Smith to Thos. K. Doss, 20
acresin Burrell 600
Jacob P. Martin to J. A. Harris,
80 acres in Burrell 2,000
D. M. Johnson to C. W. Walker
et al., lots in Van Wert 450
Mary A. Burns to Hattie P. Burns
40 acres in High Point 1,600
John D. Burns to Hattie P. Burns
160 acres in High Point 6,400
Referees to Geo. W. Adair jr.,
lots in Leon 200
Kemper Rexroat to liattie P.
Butns, 40 acres in High Point 1,000
R. Perdew Adm. to Joseph Bail
ey, 80 acres in High Point... 1,600
W. D. Beavers to C. Gochenour
acre in Woodland 300
H. Pearson to W. H. Cox, 100
acres in Hamilton „i 4,000
Thos. E. Doss to Philip Smith, lot
in Davis City 300
F. E. Adams to Francis IS vans,
lotsinWeldon 1,325
J. B. Boyd to W. A. Alexander,
lots in Leon. 1,000
Elmer Harris to W. A. Boone, lot
Jn Leon ,200
VY,^. Boone to J. T. and E. S.
Harris, 100 acres in Center 3,500
M. E. Northcutt to Tbad Fox,
100 acres in Eden 2.fit»
John Leffler to F. H. Redman,
40 acres in Grand River 900
H. B. Eyans to S. E. Garland, 60
acres in Woodland 1,300
J. W. Harvey trustee to W.
Jenkins.'lot in Leon 700
Mark M. Shaw to W- F. Blair,
lots in Van Wert— 1,900
Wm. Bowman to Eliza H. Bow
man, lot in Pavis City 400
J. S. Wilson to D. D, Wilson, lots
in Davis City 150
Geo. C. Garrett to T. H. Lane,
80 acres in Decatur 2,400
B. F. Venn to Harlan Scott, 80
acres in Bloomington 2,000
M. E. Venn to Harlan Scott, 40
acresin Bloomington 1,600
Andres Ebrecht to B. Randall,
land in Hamilton 500
J. S. Butts to John Bedell, 80
acresin Bloomington 2,100
Grant Peters et id. to Bery F,
Rusher, 80 acres in Eden 4,000
A. S. Millsap to J. B. Dobson, 80
acres in Decatur 500
T. C. Williams to J. W. Dingman,
40 acres in Decatur 1^200
Hattie E. Hamm to A. Allen, 80
acresin Bloomington 3,000
A. D. King to G. M. Russell, 80
acres in Garden Grove 4,000
Wm. Mitchell to Irvin S. Mitchell,
40 acres in New Buda 1,000
S. P. Linstrum to J. R. and Lydia
Hullinger, 40 acres in Hamil
ton 1,000
J. R. Hullinger to S. P. Linstrum,
lOacresin Hamilton 1,000
I. M. Woods to J. A. West, 40
acres in Richland 800
J. E. Adams to Joseph illstead,
80 acres in Richland 2,280
Nora Burnison to J. M. Caster,
lots in Leon 400
S. B. Gardner to J. F. Coil, 20
acres in Garden Grove 500
Lucinda Phipps to U. W. Wells,*
lots in Decatur 500
W. H. Bobbitt to J. G. Farly, lots
in Leon 1,400
E. L. Farmer to W. A. Alexander,
80 acres in Lone Creek 1,500
Benj. Swan to John McCl&in, 18
acres in Woodland 200
Mark M. Shaw to J. E. and S. E.
Harris, 80 acres in Long
Creek 2,000
Martha A. Tonev to John Hougas
80 acres in Bloomington.... 2,800
Stephen Scott to Jas. A. Scott, 140
acresin Center.. 4,640
C. A. Cave to Wm. Molntosb, lots
in Davis City 1,500
Cora E. 8belton to H. E. Whet
stone, lots in Decatur 47
John Newton to Ira L.-McLain, 40
acres in New Buda........... 1,400
L. B. Adams to Jas. H. Adams,
125 acres -Richland 2,800
W. L. Adams to"J. M. Adams) 50
acresin Richland... 2,000
J. M. Adams to S. P. Kane, 160
acresin Richland......... 4,000
Wm. Hamilton to Minnie B. Waf
fle, 90 acres in Hamilton.. 2,549
Exchange Bank Leon to Exchange
National Bank, lots in Leon.... 4,000
Orr Sang to Exchange Nat. Bank,
lots in Leon:
1
500
G. W. Mather to J. Edwards
lots in Grand River i550
S. R. Akes to B. W. Cbilders, 60
acres in Decatur..„ ./.... 1,820
U. G. John to Milo Moora, lots
in Leon 1,850
E. A. T."Watson to M. E. Huston,
26 acres in Decatur V. 1,000
L. L'r Guthrie to J, T. Harris, 120
acres in Centes....:
M"... FRANCIS VABGA
S4,000
&
ON.
Don't risk the lttte one's life croup' is
dangerous disease,. lire. H, Gregg, Dundee,
KasTivsays:—"My little, daughter had been
troubled with croup since she was three
Cnerry Cough Syrup cured
it, GTJARAHTEED. MO
and.
ys&setfi
Sudden Death of T. B. Schaefler.
T. B. Schaefte"". an old and highly ^re
spected citizen of this county, and
father of Mrs. R. H. Wren, died very
suddenly, at his residence, about obe
mile west of this city, on Monday morn
ing, at 9.30 o'clock, of heart failure,
aged 64 years, 1 month and 4 days.
Deceaaed that morning was engaged
in putting the names on Christmas pres
ents intended for his grandchildren and
others, and anticipating, no doubt, the
ileasure the day would again bring
)im, when he was overcome with a sud
den faintness and told his wife he must
lie down. She saw at once that his con
dition was serious, and she immediately
telephoned to Mr. Wren, but before
they were through talking Mr. Schaefler
had breathed his last.
Funeral services were held at the M.
E. church, this {Wednesday) morning,
conducted by Revs. Marion Moore and
W. F. Clayton, after Which the remains
were taken to Eajgleville, and laid to
rest in the Masonic cemetery, the 1. O.
O. F. of Blythdale lodge, of which the
deceased was a member, performing the
last sad ritto.—Bethany Republican.
The deceased was years ago a resident
af Leon and is well remembered by our
older citizens. He was a brother of Mrs.
Waring.
Robbed the Crave. •&'
A.startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk
en, tongue coated, pain continually in
back and sides, no appetite—gradually
growing 'weaker day by day. Three
physicians had given me up.* Fortun
ately, a lriend advised trying 'Electric
Bitters and to my great joy and Bur
prise, the first bottle made a decided
"mprovement, 1 continued their use for
three weekB, and am now a well man.
know they saved my life, and robbed
the grave of another yictim." No one
should fail to try them. Only 50 cts.
Guaranteed, at L. Van Werden's drug
store.
Resolution of Condolence.:
That most excellent paper the Shenan
doah Sentinel gives notice of a new de
parture by saying:
Resolutions of condolence or sym
athy, or of anything else will be charged
or at one-half of regular rates, or two
and a halt cents a line, brevier measuie.
During the last year the Sentinel has
paid a big number of dollars, compara
tively ,for the sole purpose Of telling the
public that this, that or the other person
was a good citizen, a good lodge mem
ber or something of that sort. In the
future charges will be made as stated
and bills will be rendered the lodge or
society instructing- the publication of
the matter in this paper.
Editor's Awful Plight.
F. M. Higgins, Editor Seneca, (111.,)
News, was afflicted for years with piles
that no doctor or remedy helped until
be tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve. He
writes two boxes wholly cured him.
It's the surest pile cure on earth and
the best Balve in the world. Cure guar
anteed. Only 25 cents. Sold bv L.
Van Werden druggist.
At the dance in Early's Hall Monday
night, a confederate $10 bill was passed
on Willie Clampett, one of the mana
gers. He gave -the party the change,
thinking the bill all right, until the
next day he went to the bank to get
change, and cashier 8haw informed him
that his money had gone out of circu
lation about 37 years ago, and was
worthless. Willie knows of whom be
igot it and expects to loose nothing.—
Pleasanton Index.
XWJUj (Jn
BU bUtj
The Washington, Iowa, Democrat,
tells this little story: A little boy in a
town not far away was in the babit of
swearing more than was absolutely nec
essary. Indeed his teacher did not
think it required any profanity at all.
So one day she give him a good mother
ly talk and when he asked her who told
her he swore, she said, "O, a little bird
told me." The uichin of swearing pro
pensities retorted, "I'll bet it was one of
them damned sparrows." Which shows
that there is nothing like giving a dog a
bad name.
Mrs. ChaB. Hudson. Denver, Colo., writes:
"Both my children had bad cases of whooping
oough and nothing seemed to help them
Beggs'Cherry Cough .Syrup effected a quick
cure." That's what it's GUARANTEED to do.
Cures coughs, colds,' croup, lagilppe, pneu
moniaaod consumption. McGrath Btlll,
Woodland.
While there is much in The House
keeper to interest everyone, itaddresses
it self particularly to women, giving so
much that is useful and helpful to the
average houewife, that all must find
keen enjoyment in its columns. It tells
the homemaker how to cook, how to
dress, how to care for her babies, how to
raise flowers And chickens, and it also
keeps her fairly well informed con
cerning current events. When twelve
issues of such a magazine are to be had
for fifty cents, it is not to be wondered
at that the number of its readers reaches
into the hundreds of thousands.
The Housekeeper also publishes the
famous "Buckeye Cookery," a. recipe
book of 536 pages, known to housewives
everywhere as. the most reliable and
comprehensive of them all. "Modern
Fancy Work" is a new' work of 536
pages and hundreds of illustrations,
which will be weloomed by lovers o:'
needle work.
To those who subscribe for The House
keeper the publishers ofler either of
these books (your choice) mailed, post
paid, for only seven cents additional.
The retail price o{ the bookB is 50" cents
each.
What Shall MTe Have for Desert?
This question artgeis in the family every da
Let us answer It to*day. Try Jell-O, a den
cion dessert. Prepared in two minutes. No
baking! add hot Wjftter and set to cool
Klavors:—Lemon* Orange. Kaspberry
Strawberry. At your grocers. 1(5 cts.
For In&ats and Children.
Ill KM Yw Hm Atoiji
Bears the
Line of
}f-
ofmyliaby boy when^dylng of croup God
bless the remedy," writes Mrs. Adam schrelb
er, Chattanooga, Tenn. Guaranteed to cure
throat and lung troubles. Saves hundreds of
these little ones every year. McGrath & Htill,
Woodland,
W
A
mm
An Excellent Publication.^
The Housekeeper (Minneapolis, Minn.)
for December is a most delightful num
ber, abounding in good things from
cover to cover. "The CollinwoodB' Cel
ebration," a Christmas story by Effie W.
Merriman, is one of the best that has
come from the pen of that versatile writer.
There are several others pleasing storieB,
while the special articles, "A Social Ex
periment,1' by A. L. Muzzey, and New
Guinea and Its peop}je," by Dr. Henry
Liddell, are both very interesting ana
instructive. The regular departments
are ably sustained and the half-tone
illustrations numerous and beautiful.
The cover design in three colors, appro
priate to the Christmas season, is one of
the most striking and handsome of the
month.
j£r
•*.
t"-
A
CATAR
36 pair ladies 50c Kid mitts, pair 35c.
21 pair men's Monarch arctics, worth $1.00, pair 76c.
72 pair men's Colonial arctics, worth $I.l5t pair S1
24 pair ladies Wales Goodyear Alaska'worth $i.OO(
125 pairs ladies shoes worth $1.50 to $3.00 all
pair 50c.
Heavy Camel Hair, all wool $1.00.
Heavy Fleeced Lined 35c.
Heavy Wool Fleeced 50c
S
Ladies Underwear.
Heavy Natural Wool 5 Qc.
Heavy Ribbed Fleeced 50c and 25c.
Union Suits 25c, 50c, 65c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.50.
Extra Quality 10-4 Blankets 65c per pair.
Extra Quality 11-4 Blankets $1.00 a pair.
Fancy Plaids 11-4 Blankets$1.15 a pair.
*r-
THE BEE HIVE.
DRIED FRUITS!
that is hard to beat and
reannot be Excelled!
^•iiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii
,'• V'M'Av
-fV,
&
-W}*
Wi
[y
feftV
&
.• las
CLIMATIC
Nothtng but a looal
remedy or change
climate will cure
CATARRH.
The speeifle is
Ely's Cream Balm
lit as quickly absorbed
[Qtve relief at once.
Opens and cleanse^
,he NaBal Passages.
Ulays lnflamation.
Heals and Proteots
[the Membrane. Re
stores the senses ot
pninik. UC
A ntaste and smell No
.vULU Uvmercury. No injur*
oindrug. Regular size GO cents. Family site
(l.OOat druggists orby mail.'
«.BLY BROTHERS,5(( Waren Street. N.
i*
Can ba had daily from
BLAIR—THE FLORIST
MOINES, IOWA.
DES
and
Poatofflee Box 283.
A Large Stock of All Fldwers in season
kept on had—shipped loose in boxes, or
made in
T^
promptly on short notice. Entire time
AL#ORI^
Will be at Leon every
.OQ.
w„... "i
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. ..10c
California Muscatel Raisins, seeded pko.. 10c
New Patros Currants, cleaned, package.. 15c
Fancy Cured Citron, pound 15c
Fancy Lemon Peel pound 20c
California Apricots, Fancy pound 15c
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiMHuniHiiiimiii
USE MALTED BREAKFAsf FOOD THE NEW DRINk
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii
Remember we sell the original Cream Flour at the popular price of
$1.00 Sack!
r-
mimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiim
REMEMBER THE
PLACE
AT THE LITTLE STORE AROUND THE CORNER.
HORSES WANTED.
*4
r:
SATURDAY.
Bring your^horaes In early as I ship in
the afternoon.
G. B. DAUGHERTY.
iT. D. R. Dudley,
Dentist.
GARDEN GROVE, IOWA.
1st Door East of Post Offiee,
ARION F. STOOKEY,
Lawyer.
OFFICE IN- LONG'8 ^LOCK.
Money to Loan onlmttroTed fanns at
6,7 and 8 per cent,interest for to 10
yearatlme.
F. VABOAAS5,0
-.,J~
fv,-?
vW-j
O*.
pair 66c.
small sizes
't J-
.VlLT
Children's underwear 5c to 25c per garment.
Blankets.
-f
*&
f.
SSlSMMi
&
V.
TJ.r\
"'K.-
,'hjt-r -mgtrt
2.4
ki 'J
1^4
I
*•4
4
fcirroif,
Offloa koura to IS—lie
A•Brown.'
5
jt n* !|SK„
sSl
Fhyiician'and
OSeeVkbMT. KeMda^oe yheae T.
FRED
Hi
«H
A. BOWMAN H, D.
Phyridan ut BHifMik
OOM
7. KMM
Bboae
Offlc* with Dr.
PhyrfoUa and Burgeon
wiBiiiu'i
onnoK ur
bukol
R. McAllaater,
Phyilcaa •MSui'aeon
JBoe over W. P. Clark 0«.'a ttaro
F. Wal^ht,
FH:
One tank heater very low prie
T. E. Horner.
5

xml | txt