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Ed Hood, of Weldon, was hero last
Thursday and was a passenger for Davis
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, of Williams
burg, Iowa, came last week to visit at
the Ed Lewis and D. D. Evans homes.
A line piano has been received for the
primary room at the public school
Mrs. Chas. Roe went to Fairfield last
Friday to visit Mrs. Mary Zichy. She
was accompanied by Miss Dott Zichy,
who has been visiting here the past
Hardin Lillard left last Friday for
Denver, Colo., where he will visit his
daughter, Mrs. Clarance Pence.
S. T. Robertson has bought the racket
store stock of goods of Thos. Silvers and
has moved it in with his stock of no
tions and stationery. Mr. Silvers is
undecided as to what he will do.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vail Tues
day of last week a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wheeler left for
Minneapolis, Minn., last Saturday to
visit their daughter Mrs. John McCaull
and attend the National G. A. R. en
Mr. and|Mrs. G. W. Hoadley went to
Cainsville Saturday to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hoadley and family.
Bertha Young went to Blythedale
Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Dale Cricket, who has been visit
ing her aunt, Miss Bunney, returned to
her home at Stansbury, Mo., Saturday.
Mi's. Claude Lorey, of Leon, was here
last week visiting her brother, Cbas.
Loren Lucas and Floyd Miller drove
down from Indianola last Saturday to
G. M. Miller and son Walter went to
Chicago last Sunday to buy goods.
Mrs. N. E. Wilson, of Chariton, was
here last week visiting her sister, Mrs.
W. P. Brown, returning Sunday.
Mrs. Will Burgess returned from a
trip to Oxford, Neb., last Thursday.
Mrs. Mattie Baker and Mrs. Sissie
Danner, of Des Moines, and Perry Scott
and family visited with their brother,
Ed Scott, Sunday.
Miss Vina Whittier, returned to her
home in Tuskeego Thursday. She was
taking care of her brother's children in
Lee Moulton and wife spent Sunday
at Wilbert Wiley's.
Mrs. Harl Scott returned home Sun
day from St. Joe, where she has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Ray Omans.
John Teale visited at Albert Hick
Mr. Clampit, of Pleasanton, is visiting
his sister, Mrs. Dora Payton.
Harl Scott left on the morning train
Saturday for Darlington, Mo., to visit
his sister. His brother from Mountain
Grove accompanied him home Sunday.
Sherman Smith's, of Lamoni, spent
Sunday at Walter Venn's.
W. M. Piercy's called at John Busey's
Remember Brother Mundel will preach
next Sunday morning and evening.
Several from this place attended the
reunion at Davis City, and all report a
Wilbert Wiley is having a barn built.
H. C. Forbes and A. Noftsger are doing
At the election of the board today
they voted a tax for a new school house
•which is needed very badly.
Nile Jackson and Tuger Fesler will
leave this evening for Minneapolis.
Miss Lucy Garber will teach the
Pleasant View school.
Lome Long, Clare, Alpha and Eunice
Long were at the Davis City reunion
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Wills were at
Davis City two days during the reunion.
B. Bright had charge of the threshing
engine last Monday in the absence of
W. N. Snyder had business at Pine
Grove last week.
E. W. McCleary will attach his High
Point phone line on to the Mutual and
the line will be extended to Garden
Capt. Brown and his sister-in-law
were out to the farm last Monday.
Mrs. Chas. Brannan visited relatives
last week and reported heavy rains near
Miss Peck will teach the White Hall
Mrs. Frank Gettinger was out calling
on her friends last week.
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Rev. Scott Jones, wife and children
were guests of W. H. Colter Sunday.
Mrs. V. H. Shi ling and daughter
Madge, of Afton, were guests at O. B.
Creal's Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Sam Chamberlain and children
left Tuesday for a visit with her father
and other relatives in Ridgeway, Mo.
Charlie Riley is on the sick list this
Mrs. D. Johnson and daughter Agnes
of Tama county, are guests at J. B. Rid
Alice Sissel, of lvirksville, Mo., came
Friday to visit her friend, Bertha Han
Mrs. C. R. Riley was a Leon visitor
Bert Adams and wife, of Davis City,
were guests at Granville Cochran's Sun*
Mrs. Laura McLaughlin and children
of Alliance, Neb., came in Monday for a
visit with friends and relatives.
Walter Kier was quite sick a few days
C. R. Riley returned from Colorado
Friday, where he had spent several
Lizzie Jones spent Saturday the guest
of OUie Eaton.
Henry Phillips, wife and children
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Creal
J. M. Eiker and wife were Leon vis
Geo. Monasmith, wife and baby were
guests of John Hanner Monday.
Quarterly conference meeting was
held Saturday and Sunday. Presiding
Elder B. F. Miller, of Indianola, deliver
ed a most interesting sermon Sunday
Margaret Danielson was a guest at
O. B. Creal's Sunday.
Dick Jones spent Monday visiting his
mother, Mrs. W. H. Colter.
Mrs. Paralee Moore, of Leon, is visit
ing friends here this week.
Fred-Millsap, wife and son were the
guests of William Bruner Saturday.
Walter McLaughlin, wife and little
daughter werefguests of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John McLaughlin Satur
Mrs. John Priest and children, of
Tingley, Iowa, are visiting with her par
ents, Wm. Bruner and wife.
The basket meeting was well attended
Prof. J. W. Long, wife and children, of
Davis City, spent Sunday in this city
the guests of Mrs. Long's parents, Jas.
Laney and wife.
Prof. Spencer and wife, of Davis City,
were in town Monday.
Grandpa Akes, who has been quite
sick, we are glad to say is better.
Rev. Deyo filled his regular appoint
ment at thisfplace Saturday and Sun
Mrs. Pryor and son Otis, were Davis
City callers Saturday.
Fred Corrington, of Pleasanton, vis
ited over Sunday with friends in *his
Most everybody from here attended
the Davis City reunion last week.
T. K. Wynne |and son Andrew, were
Pleasanton callers Saturday.
Oneal Wheeler, of near Leon, spent
Saturday night and Sunday at the Stov
The ice cream supper at G. W.
Blakesley's Saturday night was well
attended and a good time reported by
M. Linden and son Mor, were Pleas
anton callers Saturday.
Johnnie Minor and mother and sister
Josie, spent Sunday with Ed Still and
H. A. Cowles a-nd wife, of Pleasanton,
attended meeting at this place Sunday.
R. B. Drake left Tuesday of last week
for a visit with relatives in Nebraska.
Miss Kittie Still, of Davis City, is
visiting her cousin, Mary McDaniel,
Howell England, of Bethany, Mo., is
visiting in this neighborhood.
T. E. Still and wife, of Eden Center,
passed through here Sunday, enroute
for Davis City, to visit his mother, Mrs.
Ed Kirk and family, of Davis City,
spent Sunday at Geo. Moore'6.
Misses Lulu and Annie Hubbard Sun
dayed with their cousins, Angie and
Mrs. Martin Still and children visited
her daughter, at Davis City, Sunday.
Albeit Finch was calling on.friends
near Davis City Sunday.
Henry Tucker and sisters, Maude
and Helen, of Des Moines, are visitihg
their aunt, Mrs. D. W. Robinson.
Annie McDaniel is assisting Mrs. H.
E. Horney with her household duties
R. L. Peters and family Sundayed at
N. A. Still's.
The New Salem Band of Hope, and &
few invited guests enjoyed an ice
cream supper at the home of Miss Myra
Miss Sarah Robinson Sundayed at the
Albert Woolsey had very important
business at the Davis City depot one
day during the reunion.
The LeFollett family, of Leon, Sun
dayed at Mrs. Rebecca Cozad's,
Media and Clella Thompson gave a
lawn party Friday evening, in honor of
their friend, Miss Etta Lyons, of Stock
port. The evening was spent in play
ing games, and music which was
furnished by Clarence and Elmer Mach
lan, Loran and Media Thompson, and
Artful Hax. About 10 o'clock ice
cream and cake was served, of which
all did ample justice. Miss Lyons ex
pects to leave Friday for her home at
Stockport. At 1 o'clock they all
returned to their homes, wishing her
a safe journey homeward and hoping
that they would have the privilege of
meeting her in the future. Those
Misses Sylvia Gould, Josie Gould,
Alice Simms, Mabel Fry, Lulu Payton,
Zina Craft, Lela Thompson, Jennie
Craft, Grace Mote, Bessie Knight, Athel
Knight. Alta Bevans, Media and Clella
Thompson. Messrs Clarence Gee, Will
Wheeler, Ruby Strong, Clarence Mach
lan, Elmer Machlan, James O'hair,
Lotus O'hair, Artful Hax, Earl Craft,
Loran Thompson, Ernest Jones, 'Wesley
Osborne and|Walter Pierce.
Prof. F. P. Reed and wife left Mon
day for Minn., for a visit with relatives.
Clark Jones went to Creston Saturday
for a visit with his brother.
Quite a number of our young people
attended the ice cream supper at
Fair view, Saturday night.
The Y. P. S. C. E. are going to give
an entertainment Saturday evening,
Aug. 25th, at the opera house. The en
tertainment will consist of: Songs,
recitations, dialogues, pantomimes and
tableaux, and during the evening a play
will be given entitled, "The Old Maids
Association" of which all the young
ladies' of the endeavor will take part.
It promises to be a good one. Every
body isfcordially invited to attend.
The Yeomen of the city, are prepar
ing to have a picnic Thursday, Aug. 16,
in the| park. A special invitation is
extended to all Yeomen.
Preston McDonald, of New Market,
passed through this city Monday, en
route for Minn., for a visit with friends.
Dr. Geo. Tallman and Misses Jennie
and Martha Craft, were in Weldon,
Dick Hartly, of Centerville, was in
this city Monday.
Ida Downey returned Thursday from
Davis City, where she had been visiting
Chas. Stanley, of Decatur, was in this
city Sunday evening.
Rev. Ragon, of Des Moines, filled his
regular (appointment at the Christian
church Sunday morning and evening.
Ray Roman, of Mitchellville, came
Monday for a visit with Artful Hax.
Mr. Cronin was a caller at Will
Machlan's Sunday evening.
Ora Bay, wife and daughter, of Ham
ilton, Kans., were over Sunday visitors
at Frank Worden's.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Worden spent Sun
day at C. D. Worden's.
Grandmother Lillard, of Weldon,
spent last week at the home of her son,
Miss Mabel Meacham was an Osceola
visitor from Thursday till Saturday, at
the home of her aunt, Mrs. Boggs.
Those calling at-uncle Joe Worden's
Sunday were: Mrs. Meacham and
daughter, Mrs. Floyd Lillard, John Lil
lard, Bay and Frank Worden.
Ira Worden and Lloyd Hensley at
tended band concert at Weldon,
Mrs. Frank Worden assisted Mrs.
Lloyd Smith cook for threshers Wed
Mart Britten and family spent Sun
day at the home of Lew Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Meacham were
shopping in|Weldon Saturday afternoon
Ross Judd was visiting with his
parents, at Davis City, one day last
Mr. Decker and family returned to
their home at Virginia, 111., last Monday
after a two weeks stay at the Fronk
Charley Meacham got one of his best
horses cut on the wire fence one day
Claude Worden was a caller at the
Meacham home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lillard accom
panied by Llpyd Hensley attended
church at Weldon Sunday night.
Miss Ester Warren and a gentleman
friend were seen buggy riding Sunday
Ira Worden attended church at Wel
don Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Skidmore and children,
of Van Wert, were visiting at C. D.
Charlie Quail was a business caller at
Weldon Monday morning.
Miss Lillie Fierce spent Sunday with
Miss Carma Worden.
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THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16/1906.
Mr.- and Mrs. Griflith are visiting rel
atives in Lamoni this week.
Most of our Lamoni people attended
the reunion at Davis City last week.
Nathan McChesney returned to
Sjattlo, Wash., Monday after a four
weeks visit with relatives.
Warren Dunbar returned to Chicago
Saturday, after a ten days visit with
relatives at this place.
Mrs. Lovina Hinckley visited Monday
with grandma Wimer.
Artie Lawhorn returned home Mon
L. E. Casady was a Monday passenger
for Trenton, Mo.
John Harte attended services at the
M. E. church Sunday evening.
N. B. Spurrier was in Grand River
W.H. Barnes shipped three car load of
stock to Chicago Saturday. He and his
son Ben went with them.
Mrs. Katie Carr and son Frank and
Joe Ward spent Saturday evening
and Sunday with Lamoni friends.
Miss Pearl Hatcher spent Sunday in
Orville Dickey and wife visited with
relatives at Eagleville Sunday.
Mendal Clum spent last week with
Len Dickey returned to Independence
Frank Weld preached at the L. D. S.
church Sunday morning and E. E. Long
in the evening.
Mr. J. O. Moon returned Thursday
from a visit with his father, who is over
100 years old.
M. F. Buchanan shipped a car load of
hogs to St. Joe Monday.
J. F. Ward came down from Leon
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Long are the
proud parents of an 81 pound daughter.
n. F. D. No. 3.
Lee Butts and wife spent Sunday at
the home of his father, Jacob Butts.
Squire Cox called on uncle Hiram
Hatfield Sunday. Uncle Hiram is in a
critical condition and not expected to
Charlie Manchester, the six year old
son of Hiram Manchester, met with
quite an accident one day last week.
While getting a drink of water at the
well he lost his balance and pitched in
to the well head first, cutting quite a
severe gash in his head. The little
fellow managed to get out of the well
himself, and Dr. Wailes, of Davis City,
was called and dressed his wound.
Uncle Jim Rogers and wife spent
Monday at George Rogers'.
John Lamb and family spent Sunday
William Barlean, Jim Smith and Wid
Jones were Sunday callers at Cal
Emmett Still was calling at th Alley
home Sunday evening.
Jacob Piper and family spent Sunday
at Emmett Piper's.
Sam Honn and family were over Sun
day visitors at Uncle Andy Honn's.
Miss Martha Slaughter spent Thurs
day night with her cousins, Misses
Julia and Bessie Butts.
Merritt Reynolds called at George
Chas. Swanson was out to his farm
Mrs. Harl Williamson and Miss Ethel
Beck, of Leon, called at Clyde Pryor's
There was an ice cream supper at
at Mr. Sprague's Saturday evening.
Little Hazel Roberts is very sick at
Mrs. Silas Whisler visited at Tom
Guthrie's, south of Leon, Sunday.
Mrs. G. B. Warren and daughter,
Mabel, of Bedford, la., are visiting rel
atives at Indianapolis.
Capt. Jenks, of Leon, was out to Will
Akes' one day last week repairing a
threshing machine for Manchester Bros.
A few in this vicinity are camping on
Grand River this week.
Floyd Rumley and Joe Hamilton
spent Sunday on Grand River, fishing.
Jack Dingman called on Henry Claude
Henry Brannen, of Grand River,
called at Geo. Robert's Sunday.
Sol Penniwell, of Leon, called at Len
A few from here attended the picnic
at Decatur Sunday.
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A. Wheeler had business at Lineville
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rogers Sundayed
with Mrs. Lemmax.
Frank Alldredge accompanied Mr.
Kraner to Ottumwa Monday, who in
tsnds to visit with friends and look
after his business affairs.
Misses Lulu and Lelle Housh and gen
tleman friend were enjoying the fine
roads on the ridge Sunday evening.
rs. Gatton spent Sunday in Leon.
Milton Manchester is going vest now
Dale Alldredge left for Lamoni Friday
to work on the farm for Mr. Murphy.
Since Pete Parker sold his line driv
ing team his Sunday night drives to
E. Housh's are not quite so numerous.
Wonder who's the attraction now.
Oneal Wheeler had business at New
Salem Sunday evening.
Messrs Hull and Rosengrant had bus
iness at B. D. Alldredge's Sunday.
Charley Van Meeter and Miss Lelle
Housh are visiting friends and rela
tives on the ridge. They are at present
at E. Housh's.
Most everybody in this vicinity at
tended the reunion at Davis City last
Mrs. Zika and mother, of Garden
Grove, were visiting in this vicinity
Mrs. Emma Campbell was visiting at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Virden last week.
Ora Black's were visiting at Sam
James Hill and family passed through
this Vicinity going to visit Robert Hill
and family near Pleasanton.
Willie Zika called on Levi and Rolla
Jas. Goss and S. Snelgrove, of Mt.Ayr
were in this vicinity visiting friends
and attending the Davis City reunion.
Mrs. George Virden is reported quite
poorly at this writing. Dr. Wailes, of
Davis City, was called to see her Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Robb were De
catur visitors Saturday.
William Deemer called on Levi and
William Virden one night last week.
Burr Oak Ridge
Meeting in progress at East Eden.
E. A. Adams has been sick the past
Mrs. Frank Montgomery and children
of Moulton, visited this week at Frank
and C. E. Chastain's.
H. Manchester and family were Sun
day visitors at W. H. McCalla's.
Mrs. Ethel Johnson called on Mrs.
Chas. Chastain Monday afternoon.
W. H. McCalla, wife and daughter
Belle visited with the families of Claud
Osborn and Frank Rakestraw and at
tended the reunion.
Mrs. Monroe and children, of Crown,
attended church at Eden Sunday.
E. E. Cantrill, of Illinois is visiting
Miss Luella Smith, of Garden Grove,
is making a short visit at the home of
her uncle, E. A. Silvers
Misses Neva Lillard and Gretchen
Potts, of Garden Grove, visited in Wel
don over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Garris and chil
dren visited with relatives at Wood
burn over Sunday.
Fred Critchfield is carrying the mail
on route No. 1, while L. L. Showers takes
Mrs. J. P. Mitchell returned last week
from Clearfield where she was called by
the illness of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Corr, of Clinton,
Mo., arrived last week for a visit with
relatives and friends.
L. L. Showers and wife, Mrs. M. R.
Lillard and W. H. Brenneman left Mon
day morning for Minneapolis, Minn., to
attend the National Encampment of the
The social which was to be given at
the Christian church Saturday evening
has been postponed until Saturday
evening, Sept. 2nd.
A. B. C. News.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wion and sons vis
ited with C. M. Bedell Sunday.
John Wion called on Nelson Smith
Miss Belle Smith is working at Ed
Fest's this week.
Mrs. Hoffman and children called on
Mr. Spurrier and wife visited at Fred
John Smith is hauling corn to Mrs.
Brunson this week.
Mr. Naylor and wife called at I. W.
Dr. W. C. Ward's next dates at Grand
River are Aug. 20 to 25.
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For week ending Aug. 1:5, 1906.
The average temperature for the past
week was slightly above the normal in
the eastern half of the state, and slight
ly below in the western districts. The
rainfall was unequally distributed as
usual at this time of the year, but all
parts of the state received some bene
fit from the showery weather that pre
vailed the first half of the week. The
heaviest showers were reported from
stations in the northwest, north central,,
and east central districts. In the north
west district the heavy rains retarded
the wheat harvest and continued wet
and cloudy weather caused grain in
shocks to sprout. In limited areas con
siderable damage to spring wheat and
oats resulted from the unfavorable
local conditions. For the state at large
the copious rains for the week have
been of inestimable value. The corn
crop has been relieved at its most
critical stage pastures show marked
improvement, and late potatoes give
promise of an ample yield. In portions
of the southern section more rain is
desired within the next few days, but
in the central and northern sections
there is an ample supply of moisture to
bring all crops to maturity.
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