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»*•. i** I £.• L& THE RIGHT THIN6 TO PUT OH. (Benton's Plaster is tain's Master.) From the natural impulse to "put some thing on" a painful spot all applications for the relief of pain have arisen. The most successful h&ve ever been poul tices or plasters, and the best of these is Benaon'i Porous Plaster. No other has anything like the same power as a curative agent it is highly and scientifically medicated, and its standard is advanced year by year. Use Benson's Plaster for coughs, colds, chest diseases, rheumatism, grip, neuralgia, kidney trouble, lame back, and other'ail. ments that make Winter a season of suffer ing and danger. It' relieves and cures quioker than any other remedy. Do not accept Capsicum, Strengthening or Belladonna plasters in place of Benson's, as th«y possess none of its curative power. Insist on having the genuine. The people of every civilized land have testified, for years to the superlative merit of Benson's Plasters and 5,000 physioians and druggists .of this country have declared them worthy of public confidence. In official comparisons with others, Ben son's Plasters have been honored with fifty-five highest awards. For sale by all druggists, or we will pre pay postage on any number ordered in the United States on the receipt of 26c. each. Accept no imitation or substitute. I Seabury fc Johnson, Mfg. Chemists, N.Y. Through Tourist Sleeping Car Ser vice to Texas, Old Mexico it and California. Via Chicago Great Western Ry. to Kansas City, and Missouri, Kaasas & Texas, San Antonio & Arkansas Pass and Southern Pacific Railways through Dallas, San Antonio, El Paso and l.os Angelee 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 earn 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 Tuesday, Lis Angeles at noon Wednesday itnd San Francisco early Thursday morning. Tlifese nre Pullman Tourists Cars similar tq those run.on' all transcontinental lines (ind 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 a persons contemplating a trip to Texas or Mexican points, it furnishes facilities heretofore unoffered. Full information furnished by any Chicago Great West ern Agent, or F. H. Lord, G. P. fc T. A., 113 Adams St., Chicago.. .A.' Coal and Wood. Hard and soft coal and all kinds of wood for sale. See me before eontract ing your winter fuel. I'll save you money. J. W. Bow?/AS. Seasoned native lumber, posts and kood for sale. C. E. GARDNER NMNMI sfcfcjiiai. a 3. :vi. 1= uv vy. Ve vVj' .•ii I I 15, 52 and 6 Per 6ent Money To Loan. I Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Mr. McKinley takes the defeat of Hay's treaty very calmly. It was Hay's job not his. If it had been ratified, the whole orchestra of McKinley's appoint ees would have exclaimed: "Oh! what a great, grand, good, wise, upright, long headed, big-hearted, expansion-brained man of predestinated destiny our second Almighty is." "With on a bottle Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup my cough and soronusa entirely disap peared Ernest Whipple, Davenport, Iowa. GUARANTKDD WILLIAMS & DARRAH, Agents, Leon, Iowa. S Office in Biggs Block. MMMNMMMMNNMHMNNMNNMNMMMMMM MORE LIGHT glasses. I am prepared with all the modern tests to correct all errors of the eyes. I guarantee all my work. Lenses changed free of charge. If you desire work done at yonr horhe notify me by mail. I will call without extra charge. I will be at my residence 2 blocks east of public square, Saturday and Monday, each week. P. F. BRADLEY, Leon, Iowa. JF you want the news of the Hall Caine's latest and greatest novel, "The Eternal City," begins soon. Send for free copy of the opening chapters to cure nil tlirout and lung troubles,—has NEVEII FAILED Grath & Still, Woodland. try it! Me- Smallpox is scattered more or less throughout northern and uentrr.l Iowa, and is said to be epidemic throughout the east. A nevvYork special says that 4,000 cases are reported in New York city, and it in-estimated there nre 25,000 ftas'es in the states east of the Mississippi river. Neglect of vaccination is the renson it has become so general. Re turning soldiers from our several warB now going on are said to have scattered tbi- poison so generally. Purifies the blood—fills the system with life, health and vigor,—Beggs' lilood Purltier. "It cured me of dyspepsia and oostlveness, and other diseases arising from impure blood. think it's a splendid medicine" says MM, Alice Reed, Butler, Mo. McGratli & Still, Woodland. Robert H. Wilcox, delegate in the hou&e of representatives from the Ha waiian islands, has just been paid a claim of $1,000 for mileage. It was the largest claim of the kind ever made, but it was promptly paid by the sergeant at-arms of thfe house. Every congress man is entitled to mileage at the rate of 20 cents per mile by the most direct and practicable route from his home to Washington and return. The distance between Honolulu and Washington is Ggured at 5,000 miles. Mr. Wilcox will draw $1,000 more for his return trip. Jell-0, The New Desert, pleases all the family. Four flavorsLemon, Orange, Raspberry and strawberry. At your grocers. 10 cts. Try it to day. A Daily Paper for $1.00 a Year. The Des Moines Daily News has been enlarged to eight pages und takes the full telegraphic service of the Associated Press but the subscription priGe remains $1 a year 75 cents for six months 50 cents for 3 months—the lowest price of any daily newspaper in the world. Terms, cash in advance, and the paper stops when the time is out. All the news of all the world every day for $1 a year. Market reports daily by wire attractive literary features for the family. Circulation over 29,000. Address, THE NEWS, Des Monies, Iowa. To Break up a Cold In One Nigltt Or le quickly cure La Orippe take "Weeks' Break-Up A-Cold Tablets." We cheerfully re fund the purchase price if It fails to cure Price 25 ceots. W. E. Myers & Co. Choice hard winter seed wheat for sale, 2J miles south-east of Woodland. MIKEGROGAN. The young as well as the old should have their eyed tested and the errors of the eyeB corrected by the use of world written and pictured, the finest art and the best literature then you must read COLLIER'S W E E America's Foremost illustrated Journal PA Address COLLIER'S WEEKLY, 555 WEST THIRTEENTH STREET, NEW YORK CITY Dietz Hos. 30 S 60 Search Lights. That Lamps ate just tigbi foe lighting the inside of Ittge buns or cattle ihrdx. One lamp will thoroug)bIy light up a long row of anlmah. The lamps are strongly made, perfectly safe and very economical to toe. They turn kerosene (coal oil), and very little of it considering the fine fight they give* To introduce, we offer to send one of either site* frei^it prepaid, at a reduced .price, v'' Send lor Free Catalogue. E a 59 Lalght Street, UUWiiiid 1M0. New Yocfc. scr And Items of Interest as Reported by our Correspondents. Orphan Ridge. C. Ii. Harp and family, of north of Leon, were in these parts last Wednes day. Wm. Barlean spent Christmas at Jacob Manchester's. Harvey Piper and wife visited in Davis City last week returning Friday. Daisy Sbelton, of Davis City, is visit ing at Jim Jones'. Wm. Harp spent Xinas at Taylor Van Pelt's. Mrs. Hiram Manchester invited about fifty of her friends and relatives to take Christmas dinner with hei. All re sponded and partook of the bountiful repast which she had prepared for their coming. An enjoyable day was spent and all returned at a late hour wishing her many more happy Xtnas's. Ye correspondent feasted on turkey Christmas. Ual Adair was in these parts Friday hunting up the under ground four leg ged animals. Red is a danger signal on the railroad, on a fellow's nose and on a woman's face. Men and women use Rocky Mountain Tea and get genuine rosy cheeks. '!5c. Ask your druggist. Weldon. Miss Lulu Trisler, who has been at tending school at Leon, returned home Wednesday to spend Xmas. Misses Ivah Breneman and Burnice Judd came home to spend a few days vacation and will then return to High land Park. There was a Xmas tree at the M. K. church Monday night. Dr. and Mrs Ben Walker came down from Cor yd on Tuesday morning to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs". Bosserman. Mrs. T. O. Abercrombie has just re turned from a visit to Illinois. F. J. Lowe and family and W. H. Lowe and family were Osceola visitors this week. Quite a number of turkeys suffered here Christmas, and some of the par takers auflered nearly aB much. Clarence Eddy, who has been civil engineering in Wisconsin, is visiting his mother and other relatives here. John Bosserman is visiting here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Shreeves were passen gers for Osceola Tuesday morning. Our friend Bert Roberts, of Van Wert, was on our streets Monday. Look out for wedding bells! C. C. Wood is building a new resi dence in the south part of town which will be occupied by C. C. Hammill. This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets the remedy that cnw a cold In one day Tuskeego. Mrs. Chas, Rhoades returned home Saturday after spending Christmas with her sister, in Des Moines. Miss Edith Barnes went Sunday for a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Emit Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. iioss spent Xmas with l^eon friends. Miss Ida Truitt gave a taffy pulling Tuesday evening for her young friends. An enjoyable time is reported. Frank Fosdick and wife, of Newton, are visiting relatives at this place during the holidays. Fred Neice, of St. Joe, spent Xmas with his sister, Mrs. Bason, and also his mother, Mrs. Neice, who is quite sick. We are sorry to chronicle that she is no better at this writing. Mr. Lamb, of Warren county, is visit ing with his daughter, Mrs. Will Moore. Dick Keller and family moved Mon day into the house known as the Jack son house. Homer Stanley's have moved into the U. B. parsonage. The District Missionary, J. M. Jones, of Des Moines, will preach at the Bap tist church Thursday evening. M. F. Townsend, from Maxburg, visit ed with his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Tur ner and Mrs. Millard Spit/.nogle the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Marshall are the proud parents of a lOj pound baby girl born Sunday, rec. 30. John Brown and wife Sundayed in Kellerton. Harvey Shield and family Sundayed at Ben Venn's. The material has come and another depot will soon be erected. Miss Eva Cash returned Tuesday after visiting a few days at her home near Decatur. Arthur Mercer, from Missouri, is visit ing his cousin, Will Ashbnrn. Rev. Beard and family ate ChriBtmas dinner at Marion Marshall's. Messrs. 0. R. Piercy and Dick Keller and families ate Xmas dinner at J. M. Ashburn's. Ish Barnes and family Sundayed at Tom Barnes. Grandpa and Grandma Payton spent Sunday at Mr. Ross's. Tom Barnes is no better at this writ mg. Ike Payton and family Sundayed at C. R. Piercy's. Marion Marshall made a flying trip to Lamoni Mond ay. The best that money can buy should be your aim in choosing a medicine, and this is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It cures when others fail. Morgan. Elder Harp, of Lamoni, held meeting at Smallwooa Sunday. Mesdames Mary Dale and Jane Cozad called on Mrs. Walters Monday after noon.- Mrs. Barney Curry and sister. Miss Emma Poland visited at D. A. Robin son's Sunday. C. B. Bledsoe, of VVeldon, is assisting M. L. Dale with his work. Delbert Cozad visited relatives at Leon Monday. Benton McClaran and family and Florence Merritt visited at J. W. Os bom's Sunday. Ray Fierce, of Van Wert, visited over Sunday at the home of M. L. Dale. Mr. McLeese and wife took dinner at C. H. Blakesley's Sunday. A few from this vicinity are enjoying the skating parties on the lake near Bracewell. Harve Walters was a. Lineville visitor Saturday. Sam. Richardson, wife and little daughter, Olive, visited at M. L. Dale's Sunday. The L. D. S. will hold a protracted meeting at Sinallwood school house, commencing, Thursday evening, Jan. 3. It is reported,that tuey are surveying the n«w railroad and are as far as Gid Wasson's. S. B. Robinson delivered bogs Pleasanton Monday. Mr. H. Kambo and Pease brothers as sisted with the musical part of the pro gram at Uuion literary last Friday night. Irvin Stewart has a fine crib of corn for sale. Wm. Aibaugh and family, J. W. Long and fflinily of Center, the Gammon fam ilies of Leon and a few relatives of Eden township had the pleasure of helping to eat a splendid Christmas dinner with Wayne Gammon and sister. They were the recipients of a fine rocker as a pres eut. Messrs. Jas. and John Hurst were in these parts bunting and succeeded in bagging a nunber of quail. Last Saturday evening the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long was the scene of much merry making, the occasion be ing a party given by Miss Florence Mc Ginnis. The evening was passed play ing games, interspersed with piano music and songs by Mrs. Long and sev eral who were present. All expressed themselves well pleased with the even ings entertainment. Edith Martin is reported improving some in health. John Harvey sold his farm to a King gold county man. Walter and Willard Gassett visited with Jamie and Leroy Long Sunday. Miss Goldie Stuart of Ocean Farm is visiting her cousin, Florence McGinnis Misses Carrie Aibaugh and Clara Gard ner visited with friends in Eden and Center townships last week. Mr. Guthrie traded farms with John Harris. Mrs. 0. E. Bas«ett, bl'Calhoun county Roy Gammon and W. A. Aibaugh and wife were Sunday visitors at Pine Grove farm. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin convin ces you of its merit the first dose viu take.. L. Van Werden. High Point. A party at W. M. Wilson's Friday night was enjoyed by a lew of the young folks. George Cox, of Wayne county visited in these parts Saturday night and Sun day. Rev. Woodward's protracted meeting at this place is well attended and much interest is taken. Will Kendall returned Saturday from Missouri where he has been the past week attending to business interests. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hitchcock, of Des Moines, spent the holidays with bis parents at this place. John Cronin returned from Wood burn last week where he has been visit ing his father. Mr. and Mrs. Foust, of Leroy, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Blake Miller, at this place. Mrs. John Clark and Grandma Clark went to Corydon Sunday to attend the funeral of Robert Seiferd at that place. Ethel and Cleia 8ummers, of Humes ton, are visiting Miss Carrie Wilson. Lula Miller spent Sunday with her parents at Garden Grove. Merit Auldon of Michigan is here vis iting relatives. Putnam Fadeless Dyes are fast to sunlight, washing and rubbing. Sold by W. A. Alexander and L. Van Wer den. At the Opera House Jan. 17. "Chattanooga" Lincoln J. Carter's biggest production will be presented at the Leon opera house, Thursday, Jan. 17th. This is a play dealing with the war of the rebellion and has for its chief incident the battle of Lookout Moun tain. The action and story of the play occur two days before this famous batr tie, and while General Hooker and Gen enrl Bragg were manouvering for por tions. Special incident around which the play hinges is that of the delivery of an important message to General Hooker, which has to be carried through the confederate lines. This incident ac tually occurred. A young union officer succeeded in passing through the ene my's lines with an lentire trainload of soldiers, he telling the confederates that it was supplies and amunition for Gen eral Bragg. The love interest of the play centers in two young men cousins, rivals for the hand of a beautiful south ern girl. Her brother is a confederate officer who is in love with another southern girl. There is also an old con fedeiate colonel who is in love with a widow and has been waiting for 15 years to tell her. The principal scene in the play occurs in the last act, it is a sensa tional eflect and one with which Mr. Carter has woo considerable tame. Business Opportunities on the line of the Chicago Great Western Ry. in Illi. nois, Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri First class openings in growing towns for all kinds of business and for manu factoring. Our list includes locations for blacksmiths, doctors, dressmakers, furniture, grain and live stock buyers, general merchandise, hardware, harness, tailors, cold storage, creameries and can ning factories. Write fully in regard to your requirements so that we may advise you intelligently. Address W. J. Reed, Industrial Agent, C. G. W* Rv., 01 Eudicott Bldg., St. Paul, Minn. For Oklahoma real estate, write or call on C. B. Jordan. Center. Mutual Insurance Enid, O. T. •••••••••••••••••••••••••a !j. R. BASHAW!! Jeweler and Bookseller. •••••••••••••••••••••••••a Headquarters for Jewelry, 8 Silverware, Watches, Clocks, China ware, Books, Stationary, Toys, Etc. Remember the place 3 I BASHAW. S Jeweler and Bookseller. W. H. ALBAUGH. Lawyer. Office over Alexander's Drug Store. NOTICE—PROOF OP W1LI,. State ot Iowa, Decatur County, ss. To all whom it may conoern: Notice is hereby Riven that an instrument in writing, purporting to be tbe last will and teBtament of Harah Swan, deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by tbe undersigned, and that I have fixed Monday, the IBth day ot January, 1901, aa the day for hearing proof and relation thereto. ltness my official signature, with the seal of said court hereto affixed, this 31st day of ootnber, 1900. J. U.STOCKTON, 19-8t Clerk of District Court, .. Iif •U'*'.. 'IHi- The Decatur County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company had an adjourned meeting at Loon on Saturday, Dec. 22, 1900, for the purpose of transacting some unfinished business. The election of officers resulted as follows: For President, W. E. Gammon, Vice President, A. S. Gardner Secretary, Robert McCaull Treasurer, A. N. Ar ney directors elected for two years were John W. Long. D. C. Cowles, Eu gene Stanley and W. E. Maehlan. The secretary reported the condition of the company as follows: Amount of risks in force at be ginning of the year $ 94,737 Amount written during the year 27,785 Amount cancelled or expired 21,3711 Amount ol risks in'force Dec. 22, 1900 101,1?-.' Amount of total expenses' during the year til.90 There has been no loss for four years and consequently no assessments. ROBERT MCCAII.I., Secretary. H'.fe und swollen joints, sharp, shoot in,- pains, torturing muscles, no rest, no sleep. That means rheumatism. It is a stubborn disease to tight but Cham berlain's Pain Balm has conquered it thousands of times. It will do so when ever the opportunity is ofiered. Try it. One application relieves the pain. For sale by VV. A. Alexander, druggist. AMENDMENT DECLARED VALID. Decision Rendered by a Contest Board in Sioux County. Sioux City, Dec. 28.—'The first contest on the Titus amendment question to be decided wan decided at Orange City to day. P. D. Vanooster, who has been county attorney of Sioux county, con tested the right of A. Tepask, republican, who was elected last November, to assume the duties of the office. The contest board was made np of William Dealy and I.. M. Black, of Orange City, and John Hutchinson, of Hawurden. The case was urged for several days, five attorneys appearing. The court found that the Titus amendment was carred and extended the office of the incumbent officer one year, and that Mr. Tepaska has no claim whatever to the office. The case will he appealed to the district court and, if necessary, to the supreme court. Cut this out and take it to W. A, Alexander's drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, the best physic. They also cure disorders of the stomach, bil iousness and headache. AUDITOR M'QUISTQN WILL RESIGN Believes It the Only Way to Avoid Possible Complications and Litigation. County Auditor John S. McQuiston, whose term of office it was supposed would expire January 7, but the tenure of which has been made uncertain be cause of the Titus amendment, has de cided to tender his resignation to take eflect January 7. The resignation will be presented to the board of supervisors either at its Monday meeting or at the first meeting in January. To a reporter, Mr. McQuiston said: "I intended to step down and out of the office January 7 and to take up my new duties as a deputy in the office of the state treasurer without oflering any objection to the succession of Mr. Cope, should it be found tha*. under the Titus amendment I am entitled to serve long er in the auditor's office, and had hoped that my resignation would not be neces sary, thinking that possibly the muddle would be straightened out by that time and the board could fill the vacancy by the appointment of Cope. "It is my opinion and the opinion of those I have consulted that the only way to avoid all possibility of wholesale complications, if not litigation, is for county officers to resign aud to permit the board to appoint the person elected to succeed them. Should it so happen that the incumbents will not resign, then it strikes me that it is best for the boards of supervisors not to pass on the bonds of the persons elsected to succeed them because it is the rule that all offi cers are elected to serve until their suc cessors are elected, anu have qualified and without the approval of bonds the qualification is incomplete and 1 believe the incumbents can go on and legally discharge the duties of their offices. The safe way, however, is for incumbents to resign and for the boards to appoint the persons elected to succeed them."— Des Moines Leader. Genuine Rocky Mountain Tea is never sold in bulk oy pedulersfor less than 35c. Don't befooled,get the tea made famous by the Madison Medicine Co. Ask your druggist. A Sad Affair. A sad accident, resulting in the death of Charles Wylie, occured last Monday morning. In company with Frank Young, Mr. Wylie was out hunting, and, in inserting a catrdge in his rifle, the former, in some unaccountable manner, unfortunately snapped the trigger, and the ball struck Wylie in the back, passed through the diaphragm and spleen, and lodged just under the skin of the abdo men, from where it was extricated by the attending physician, Dr. C.A.Mitch ell. The unfortunate victim lingered in great agony until late Tuesday even ing, when death relieved him of his suf fering and his spirit iled to higher rehlms. Funeral services were held at the home of the deceased Wednesday even ing'and the remains were interred in our cemetery the same evening. All connected with the unfortunate accident have the full sympathy of our people.—Blythedale Gazette. If troubled with a weak digestion, belchings, sour stomach, or if vou feel dull after eating, try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liyer Tablets. Price 25c. Samples free at W. A. Alexander's drug store. Personally Conducted Tours to Cal ifornia, In Pullman Tour ist Sleeping Cars. Via Chicago Great Western Ry. Kansas City and Santa Fe Route 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 8:45 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 are 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 tbe 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, 113 Adams St., Chicago. Foa RENT—The suite of rooms over Myers' drug store, formerly occupied by Dr. Dudley. T. E. HORNKK SPACIAL BARGAIN SALE. One lot of Ladies' Fine Dress Shoes, former price $2.00 to $3.00. Your choice now per pair One tot of Ladles' and Misses' Vlcl Kid and /ft* -v a S at so a $ 1 5 0 an $ 2 0 0 7 I I now go at per pair Hr One lot of Children's Vici Kid and Box Calt Shoes that formerly sold for 51.00, $1.25 and $1.35, while they last per pair A cordial invitation is extended to all to come in and investigate these prices. Yon Will Find Them Right! THE LEON SHOE STORE. I. G. CONN, Manager. Druggist. I Prescrr U-CLBKK D18THICT COURT. a competent pharmacist is in charge of this department. aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii Bcathwaat LEON, Baim, by pvrmiMfaa, t* Ft We L. an W erden. XCCCCC? i»|t% spl« •1 Nil WMAWt, !!kl- $1.50 S. A. MILES. Proprietor. VAN WERDEN ^iiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Wall Paperl We are making a special I effort and special prices to dis- 1 pose of o*ir present stock of wall paper in order to make 1 room for next year's goods. Make no mistake by not look- E ing over our line if in need of these goods. Paints. We have a big lot of paint on hand and wish to lessen our stocK as quick as possible and in order to do so will li very lowest prices pc Xs sure its there. I. ".'I riy you to inspect the sole of shoe before buying it, see that it be.' rs the LEWIS trade-mark, the stamp o'. bUee excellence. The only Men's S'-ocs ihat successfully combine comfort tyle and durability are $3 Shoe for Men. They are the result of 40 years' study and experiment and represent the highest type of shoe perfection. If your shoe dealer does not keep them, send for our catalogue showing a great variety of styles, from which you can select the shoe best suited to your needs. The Lewis Shoe for Women is $2.50. Made by J. B. LEWIS COMPANY, E. J. SANSEY,, Real Estate and Loan Agent. 5*7, BeU.M TnwU REAL ESTATE on Ownwtl—. ICZMIIIM Title* to Real £at*U. fij TuBtcStMrnL Laaa Moaty on Improved fn^| Urn—fiE* WORK KWIKLI* BM. The Leon Reporter and St.! Republio, both, ye«x. $1.76. 1 5 a a 3 .In & 3 Shoe noun roauv I I IOWA.