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P* "i" 6* 'Mis 1 fc BlrS* r\ S|: k* ^V !frv v" $/ P*V f.KgJ-: & _~*"K 4*1* 4 I Pre-inventory a*15» W *». v- I have rented the Mitchell Barn in Leon and will keep during the present season -f t- Sale Closing Wednesday, Jan. 20 We expect to in voice very little in the following lines. Men' and Boys Caps. All in our Stock All 25c caps now 15c All 45c caps now 35c Fleeced Dress Goods We haven't much of these, but they must go. Good patterns. All 10c sellers 7c All 15c sellers 9c Bear Skin Coats—15 Only These prices are less than wholesale 10 Curley Bear Skin coats were $2.75 reduced to $1.95 3 coats were $2.39 now $1.75 2 Ostrich bear skins were $3.35 now $2.45 Misses' Flannelette Gowns 45c values reduced 35c One-half dozen ladies' sweater jackets are worth $1.75 reduced to 75c Knit Skirts—All we have in the house, and not many 25c, 35c and 45c values in one lot 19c Small Lot Tamoshanters 25c values now 15c, 45c to 33c 95c values 65c Wrappers and Kimonas All at clean up prices. At our regular prices as good as your money will buy but we want to clean them all up. All our 75c wrappers at 53c All our 95c wrappers at 79c All our Kimonas at reduced prices. Men's and Boys' Leggins (For Ten Days) Our regular price 35c, 39c, 45c and 48c—All in one lot per pair 25c Kimport Saddle Horse -AND- Dr. J. W. Mather's Trotting Horse I am prepared to do a gen eral feed stable business and will give all courteous and square treatment. Call and see me. OTTO WOOD. J. O. WOODMANSEE /VHBOFATBIO PHYSICIAN. Consultation ao4 iwnrtimttw free. Office at WoodkuuiN Boa« cm block atttb of iquare. Phm* fcoan 8 te tta. •». aad 11« 4 p.» I. QOoi CAPT. J. L. GOODING Kellerton. Iowa. The Auctioneer Who Makes Your Sale a Money Maker. Telephone or wire for dates at my expense. M.A.W. CHASE'S OCn CATARRH POWDER 49III Is sent direct to the diseased parts by the Improved Blower. Heals the ulcers, clears the air passages, stops droppings in the throat and permanently cures Catarrh and Hay Fever. No harmful drugs. 25c blower free all dealers or Dr. A. Chase Medicine Co.. Buffalo, N T. Bell & Robinson, Druggists, jiiH THE L.KU1V KEfOlllEK. Tdl]KSl)AV. JKNDARY 7. 1909. HANSELL Fined Whiskey Salesman. Pre-iiwentory Sale Goods You Need—For Ten Days The trial of Tom Anderson, of Chari ton, came off last Friday before Squire Adam Ripper and Mr. Anderaon was lined $75 on six different counts. Ha was charged with soliciting orders for liquor in Corydon. He appealed the case to the district conrt. This is the same kind of a case as the O'Neal ease which was tried at Seymour last week. There has been a new rul ing lately from the supreme court of the United States on an appeal case from North Dakota and the county at torney thinks it gives the states con trol over these salesmen. Of course the case will have to be tried in the district eonrt and we presume which ever way it goes that it will be taken to the supreme court. If the county at torney wins his point it will certainly give the temperance people a powerful club to fight with.—Corydon Times-Re publican. It Alls the arteries with rich, red blood, makes new flesh, and healthy men, women and children. Nothing can take its place no remedy has done so much good as Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. 35c, Tea or Tablets.—W. C. Stempel & Go. We make this effort to clean up winter lines, as we go into each season's business with new and complete lines—carry nothing over that a price will move. We invoice February 1st and do not care to invoice any broken lines. You will find your needs here for next ten days at prices that will pay you to anticipate youif wants and get all you can use. Our idea is not a matter of profit but to move the goods for the next ten days AH Our Underwear Stock At the following reductions. Men's goods, stock not complete Men's 39c garments now 33c Men's 48c garments now 38c Men's Wright's garments, $1.00 kind now 55c Men's Union suits were 95c now 79c Men's union suits were $1.39 now 98c Ladies' union suits were 95c now 79c Ladies' union suits were $1.19 now 89c All boys'25c and childrens piece garments that were values reduced for ten days to 19c Boys' and misses' wool garments worth 50c reduced to each 25c Misses' union suits, heavy, were 48c now. ..... ,38c Misses' union suits large sizes were 55c now 45c Ladies' vest or pant our regular 25c sellers in one lot each 18c Ladies' wool piece garments were 95c reduced to. 79c Men's wool piece garments were 95c reduced to.. 79c Men's Flannel Shirts The best values shown at our regular price. We have a few on hand most all large sizes. All our $1.39 values 98c All our $1.75 values $1.25 All our 95c values 79c Linoleum We ordered this for a customer and it did not come cut as it should have so we will sell it. This is good quality six feet wide and at this price will last but a short time. You may buy all or part of it. Worth 60c per square yard. Special Square Yard 44c Fascinators, Shawls, Etc. AH at Clean Up Prices All 25c fascinators now 18c All 45c fascinators now 35c All 95c fascinators now 75c All $1.39 fascinators now 98c All $1.85 fascinators now $1.39 There'll be many other small lots sold at Reduced Prices but lots are too small to advertise. It will pay you to come as these goods are all needed merchandise We do not care to invoice winter goods February 1st and as our stock on heavy goods is large, we thought best to clean up all if possible at a cut price and do it quickly. You will find the goods just as ad vertised and here for ten days if not sold before that time. We wish to thank all for past liberal patronage and ask all or part of your business of 1909 on our line of merchandise Frank N. Hansel! I' George Rirkpatrick's fine of $300 came due Thursday and as he didn't come across the sheriff phoned up to our city marshal to go out to his place and take him to the county bastile, but George saw him first and made a bee line for the tall timber, so Tom came back alone. During the day, however, the money was made up and brought to town, so George won't have to take it out in board.—Grand River Local. Stops earache in two minutes tooth ache or pain of burn in five minutes hoarseness, one hour muscleache, two hours sore throat, twelve hours—Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil, monarch over pain. Elder J. S Coffin, who has been pastor of the Christian church for several years, has been secured for another year. This year, however, he will be here every Sunday instead of every other Sunday, and the congregation is to be congratulated upon securing a pastor for full time. The many friends of Elder Coffin in Kellerton and sur rounding country will be glad to learn that he is to remain with us.— Keller ton Qlobe. Rye for sale. C. R. Gardner. k, One bale cotton batts as good as any 10c bat: 1 bale too many, special per bat 7ic 500 yards, yard wide, bleached muslin, good count, firm muslin worth 7c per yard special yard. 5c 300 yards dark colored cotton suiting good cloth worth 9c per yard. Sale-price yard 6£c 100 yards 32 inch stripe corded madras, worth 15c per yard special per yard 9C C~ Short lengths in every thing goes to voicing them. You will find A ginghams in 2 to 8 yard lengths from our shelves worth 12Jc at special per yard "... 9c Ladies' Shirtwaists We have more than we want to invoice. One big lot of $1.00 waists will be offered at each 69c Towling—From Our Stock. We have quite a bunch of it and will offer some good lots at reduced prices. Are good values at our regular prices. One lot 5c seller, per yard, special 3c One lot 7$c seller, per yard, special '.... 5c One lot 10c seller, per yard, special 7c Iowa Steam Laundry Co. Anything from finest silk fibre to heavy wool curtains. Dye Works in connection Send Basket Monday and Wednesday. J. A. CASTER, Agent. 2 fl We are so certain that SI I Itching, Bleeding and I I Protruding: Piles can al ways be relieved and ab solutely cured by this mntrramf pofntivfflT guarantiee fmtift* faction or money refunded. W.S Dr. A.W. Chase's w^£ffi .Ointment Bell A Robinson, Druggls rW^ Pre-inventor Sale Commencing Saturday, Jan. 9 And for ten days only—Goods you need Brown and Bleached Canton Flannel All 10 and 12ic values per yard 84C- 450 yards corded gingham or madras, good pat terns, full bolts, worth 8£c.per yard,special yard.6:'} 500 yards good apron check and fancy gingham worth 7c per yard, full bolts, for ten days per yd.5c 200 yards bleached canton, a good 5c cloth, bolts special yard 34c avoid m- JiEFEliEES' SALE. (IN PARTITION.) By virtue of unorder of Kale, directed to the un- 0 IS 'I T' fi'°m ",e ole, of roul'ty, Sakl sale ",e district court Iowa, on a judgment obtained i» fa™rofW°H 7 ay of V^.? V' No"«mler, Bi""Jl,1« 1908, in et »•-. as plaintiff, and against Louisa Binning et al., is defendants, for the par said'PHi rtfn™ e»Ve "r""®1' »i nP aml 70, range 27 bribed in the said piaintilt petition, I will.on the 15th day of following re!u 'est"at/ to wi't- l,"llIer',he Loti SSr 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10 11 12 10 11 10, in the Towii 6 °]ne-tllii cash, balance on time at 1 ™nt- to take place at my office, in Leon, Iowa, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock p. m. of said b7thVmurer4^re U"C attC,,da,,ce wl" Dated at t.Win, Iowa, January 4, 1909. 8'™ on STBPHKN VARCA, Referee.'" HICHESTER'S PILLS TIIB! IkViWAWIk THE DUMONV BKANIK JhmI1c«1 Ask your I»ini Ilia in Bed and boxes, sealed with Take ao other. a wys Kutibie ~r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYNMBK J. S. COONTZ M. D. 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