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s-* N $24 For Making Fudge and Tatty—get A pure, fine-flavored sy makes the finest kind of In 10c, 21c, i.- hoc.': c! cocking End c'ndy-rr.-klr.g rccipes sex! free en request. CORM ?r.i?DLlCT: REFfNiNG CO., New York Burlington Route l) I I c. c. rup that candy. "lc tlr.s al all OPPORTUNITY You can make good money selling oar Monthly Pay ment Accident and Health Policies. Write today. Address BANKERS ACCIDENT GO. Agency Director. Des Moines, Iowa $38.80 Af\ nrk t0 PATENTS secured hundreds of patents for Iowa merchants and farmers. If you have an in vention you wish to patent don't fail to write us. Itifnrmiitiou and Advise free. $36.50 $36.50 ^utte' Helena and •P other points in Mont. The above rates are for the February date. The March rates will in some cases be lower. Similar low rates to hundreds of other points west and northwest. If you have never seen the rich irrigated farming districts of Montana and Wyoming you should join one of our personally conducted excursions the first and third Tuesdays of each month to the Yellowstone Valley and Big Horn Basin. M. KETCHAM, Agent C., B. & Q. R. R. The goods and chatties of the late ('. C. Wood at his farm 2 miles east and 1 mile south of Weldon and 9 miles northwest of Garden Grove, commencing at 10 a. m. sharp Wednesday, Feb. 17, '09 45 Head of Horses •Four draft mares 8 years old, weight 1,G00 lbs draft mare (5 years old, weight 1,000 lbs draft mare 4 years old weight 1,600 lbs draft mare 3 years old, weight i,G00 lbs draft marc-2 years old, weight 1,400 lbs 5 extra draft colts extra good ones draft horse 5 years old, weight 1,400 lbs draft horses 1 to years old, 0 road mares 12 years old in foal, 3 road horses 3 years old, 1 brown draft team 4 years old, mate good draft mare 2 years old, 2 draft colts wean lings, medium roadsters 4 to S years old, 1 brown pony, Belgian stallion 15 years old named Anibal, road stallion 1( years old named Norsmaync. Cattle and Sheep One good milch cow and a steer calf. 8 head of sheep. F'orty Head of Hogs 4000 to 5000 Bushels Corn, 200 Bushels Oats IMPLEMENTS 3 wagons, spring wagon, road wagon, 2 gang plows, riding plow,2 corn planters, 2-row cultivator, 2 riding cultivators, 4 walking cultivators, 2 harrow carts, 2 harrows, hay load er, hay stacker, McCormick mower, 5 bull rakes, hay rake Jones header, corn cutter, corn binder, low down seeder, 2 sleds, Portland sleigh, cord sheller, 2-rowed stalk cutter, spading disc, solid wheel disc, feed grinder, 5 sets work harness, 2 sets single harness, 2 saddles. Parties desiring to buy machinery must be on ground at 10 a. m. prompt as the sale must commence at that time. Free Lunch by M. E. Ladies' Aid Society TERMS: One year on all sums of $10 and over, drawing 5 per cent until paid. Sums of $10 and under cash. 5 per cent discount for cash 011 sums over $ 10. Purchaser to |\ive bankable note. WOOD Est. WATCHBAUGH, Auct. F. L. HALL, Clerk. Will Drill Our business is practicing Patent Law. W have We op,-rate ofliccR in several citiuB Including Let me pive you further information and folders branch Wafihington, D. C. ROE# 6 ROE, Patent Attorneys Central Stale Bank Building, Des Moines, Iowa ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS' RATES March 2 $55.00 February 16 and to Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo. Pro portionately low rates to other points in East ern Colorado. to Salt Lake and Og den and other points in Utah. and 16 to Spokane and other in in E a Washington, to Billings, Mont., the metropolis of the rich Yellowstone Valley, to Cody, Basin, Powell W 0 1 a 11 and other points in the famous Big Horn Basin. m* THIS LEON lifeJPOHTJKK. Til UliSDA V. FEBRUARY 1. 1909. Another Coal Hole at Calnsvllle. Mr. W. 1). Althouse, manager for the Keystone Oil and Oas Co., was here a few days last week looking after matters in connection with the pros pecting here. While here he contracted with Brown This will be the last of the series of test holes for coal which the com pany ordered drilled to thoroughly test their holdings in this vicinity, and the company will take up the question of sinking a shaft when this last test hole is completed. It. may l»o said that considerable de pends on the showing of this hole but as all the other holes on the bottom lands and the one at the oil well in this ity has shown a lino quality of coal, and in immense quantities, there is lit tle doubt but this hole will show up as good as the rest. Mr. Althouse said to us that the quality of our coal would be the marvel of the state, and added, that in his opinion there was plenty of t. This statement coming from such high authority practically removes the doubt their has been any doubt, as to the extent and richness of our coal Ileitis, and means that a shaft will be sunk and actual development begun as soon as circumstances will permit. It also as sures, practically, the future of Cains ille. ASOTIIKIt Oil. WKI.L. We have it 011 good authority that nother well is to be drilled in this im mediate vicinity. The well at the Mur phy school house is a disappointment to the company and does not show as much oil sand as the well here showed. The well here is said to have 17 feet of oil sand, while the Murphy well, so far. shows only 1". This proves that the oil bearing sand tnins as it goes southwest, and the company will therefore, move to a point south or southeast of this ity in order to find the "lead". The iVJnrphy well is a little more than 1300 feet deep and last week only about :'.0 feet were to be drilled to finish it, after which the drill will be moved as above stated. The company has been untiring in their ell'orts to thoroughly test this country and have spent many thousands of dollars in the work, and it is to be hoped this further tost for oil may bring as great a promise for a rich re turn as their test for coal promises. The business men and other residents of Cainsville and vicinity are keenly alive to the benefits the coal develop ment will bring. City property and farm lands are advancing rapidly and the exchange of land is brisk. So far as we know there is not an empty house town and every room is occupied. The future of Cainsville is certainly very bright and unless all signs fail and present plans miscarry, she will be a thriving, hustling city of 3000 or more in the next few years.—Cainsville Xews. The Secret« Long Life. A French scientist lias discovered one secret of long life. His method deals with the blood. Rut long ago millions of Americans had proved Elec tric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living. It purifies, enriches and vitalizes the blood, rebuilds wasted nerve cells, imparts life and tone to the entire system. It's a godsend to weak, sick and debilitated people. "Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months," writes W. M. Sherman, of Cushing, Me., "but Kleetric Bitters cured me entirely." Only ."iOc. at L. P. Van Werden's. It is altogether likely that one woman in Moulton, at least will, from now on, refuse to wear celluloid combs in her hair. Saturday morning while Mrs. Cam Shelton was dressing her child she got her head in too near proximity to a hot stove, arid the celluloid comb which she wore in her hair caught fire and be fore it could be extinguished her hair was burned quite severely. She was also severely burned about the head and face and will no doubt suffer con siderably from tho result of her experi ence, and it is not likely that she would like it repeated.—Moulton Sun. MIONA. Relieves Stomach Misery Al most Immediately. I If the food you ate at your last meal did not digest, but laid for a long time like lead 011 your stomach, then you have indigestion and must act quickly. Of course there are many other symp toms of indigestion, such as belching up of sour food, heartburn, dizziness, short ness of breath, and if you have any of them, your stomach is out of order and should be corrected. Mi-o-na tablets have cured thousands of cases of indigestion and stoma trouble. If you have any stoiinch dis tress, Mi-o-na will relieve instantly. But Mi-o-na unlike most so-called dyspepsia remedies, does mora than re lieve it permanently cures dyspepsia or any stomach trouble by putting energy and strength into the walls of the stomach. A large box of Mi-o-na tablets costs but 50 ents at L. P. Van Werden's and are guarranteed to cure or money back. When others fail, Mi-o-na cures. It is a producer of flesh when the body is thin it cleanses the stomach and bowels purifies the blooi and makes rich red blood. 1 S Y0MEI (pmutm HM'O MC) CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitis, Croup, Cougna and Cold* or money $oid And npiftnteed by I L. P. Van Werden, Druggist- 15he 8 1 & Reeves to drill another prospect hole for coal and they will move their drill 1 to the new location as soon as the hole they are drilling southeast of the city) linished. This bole when finished will be ibout 500 feet deep. We un-j derstand it has shown up in pretty good shape. The new location for a test hole will be 800 feet east of the Cainsville 1 and Mt. Moriah road on Nathan Gra ham's land. Leon Have You Seen it? It's the new meat slicer which slices bacon, ham and other meats any thick ness and all even. Come in and see it work and inspect our swell new meat market. PENNIWELL BROS. DR. A. W. CHASE'S CATARRH POWDER &1JU1 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. W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N.Y. Bell & Robinson, Druggists, FREE. MUSIC CATALOG. FREE Drop postal card today tor our Free Pricc list of the latest "Hits" out. "Rainbow" Song or Instrumental "NUht Time's the Time to Spoon" Song. "Dusty Rag" Song. "Fuzzy Wuzzy" Two Step. 20c each or all 5 (or $1.00 post-paid. IOWA SHEET MUSIC COMPANY Des Moines Iowa CAPT. J. L. GOODING Kellerton. Iowa. The Auctioneer Who Makes Your Sale a Monev Maker. Telephone or wire for dates at my expense. COL. R.W. SELLERS AUCTIONEER Decatur City, Iowa Pedigreed Stock a Specialty. Telephone Citizens State Savings Batik for dates at my expense. TERMS—1 per rent and hatisfactlon guaranteed Round Oak Chief STEEL RANGE Farquhar ©. Sons Hak.rdwa.re A.L. ACKER! EY. President PATRICK GRIFFIN, Vice-President c* The Top ET L'S make you a farm loan for March 1st, We offer you the lowest rates possible, which we will gladly name when we are advised of the security offered. Come in and consult us about the matter and let us show you where we can save you money. We never make a promise of a loan unless we can fulfill it. We write insurance with some of the best com panies of the world. Come in and let us r*enew your policies before you meet with a loss. Taxes are now due and will be delinquent April 1st. Let us attend to this for you. You can pay them here and save time and money for we charge vou nothing for the service. STATE SAVINGS BANK GRAND RIVER IOWA SwWWWWWWVVWWWWWIMWWWtfWIAMWWWWWVWMWWWWWWWWWVWWWWIIIMWMi Do You Want a Good farm and Pay for it With Half Your Crop? I'll sell you from 40 acres to ?ot more than a section of good land and take one-half the crop until paid for. Will put irriga tion ditch from main ditch to any point buyer selects. Delightful Climate. For Particulars See A. M. PRYOR, Office over Harris' Marble Works. Advertise Sales in The Reporter. -n of the Round Oak Chief is made of Round Oak cast iron noted for its strength and dura bility. 1 4 The Oven an arched makes a high with top which strong and better con struction It is made of extra heavy steel re-inforced by heavy cast iron braces, The oven door is operated by a balanced weight which cannot get out of order. Book of the range by mail or on request. low^ Farm Loans Insurance Taxes 1 4 J. C. BROTHERS. Cashier F. E. BRENNAMAN. Ass't Cashier .'.tiOss.'.fl Special Agent.