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rs. R. M. Boord went to Decatur
City Friday to visit a few days with relatives in that vicinity. 0. B. Simpson and wife went to Davis City Saturday evening to spend 8unday with relatives and friends. Mrs. Fred Martin and children re turned Friday from a visit at the home of her parents near Lamoni. Mrs. Fred Graham and ^sister, Miss Ruth Asbach, of Davis City, were visit ors in this oity last Saturday. Miss Ollie Edwards, of Decatur, was in Leon Friday, being on her way to Garden Grove to visit friends. Mrs. C. G. Biddinon returned Satur day from a visit of several weeks with relatives at Indianapolis, Ind. 1. N. Skidmore, manager of the .Van Wert Telephone Co., was a business visitor in this city last Friday. Mrs. Gertrude Holcroft, of Pleas anton, was in Leon Tuesday, being on her way to Lamoni for a visit. 1 S. H. Covington, of Grand River, pass ed through here Monday evening en route to Davis City on business. Miss Lulu Newcomer was a passenger Saturday for Blockley to visit a few davs with relatives and friends. J. C. Cozad, cashier of the State Sav ings Bank at Decatur City, was a busi ness visitor in this city Monday. A. P. Olsen was down at Lamoni last Thursday to visit his father who has been sick for a number of weeks. Cot. R. W. Sellars, of Decatur City, was iD Leon Monday evening, being on his way to Kellerton on business. Marion Woodard returned last Friday from Des Moines where he has been for a couple of days on legal business. Mrs. S. F. Gates left Tuesday for a few weeks visit at the home of her son, Lew Gates, at Sedgwick, Colorado. James Kirk, of Granger, Iowa, is here visiting at the home of his neice, Mrs. I.en Hamilton, and other relatives. J. 0. Johnson and wife visited over Sunday in Humeston at the home of her parents, M^. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson. T. H. Shenek came over from Decatur City Saturday evening and visited over Sunday with his family in this city. Dr. F. A. Bowman returned Monday evening from Grand River where he was called on professional business. Wiley Sell is' working at Garden Grove, came down Saturday and visited over Sunday at his home in this city. W. H. Colter, the extensive farmer and stock raiser of Decatur, was a business visitor in this city Monday. Clifford Allard, of Knoxville, came last Saturday for a visit at the home of his father, Hiram Allard, in this city. Miss Mary Tullis returned Monday to her home at Decatur City after a few days visit with relatives in this city. E. W. Teale and W. F. Hinkle went to Mt. Avr Monday evening to attend a meeting of the Patriarch Militant lodge. Mrs. John Evans went to Davis City Saturday to visit a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Tur pi n. Dr. H. C. Bone and Wirt Beck, of Grand River, came down Tuesday to attend to some business matters in this citv. Mrs. J. T. Thompson returned Friday to her home at Van Wert after a short visit with relatives and friends in this citv. Mrs. William Horn returned Saturday evening to her home in Pleasanton after a few davs visit with friends in this city. George Redman and wife, of near Kingston came down Friday and visited a couple of days with friends in this city. Woody Thomas, of Oskaloosa, cam* in last Wednesday and visited until Satur day with his mother and sisters in this city. Miss Neva Curry, who is teaching near Kingston, came Saturday to visit over Sunday with her mother in this city. Ex-county auditor H. G. Scott, now cashier of a bank at Kellerton, was a business visitor in this city last Thurs day. Miss Jessie Hacker, of Van Wert, came Friday to visit a few days in this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. Allen. Roe Caster and wife went to Des Moines Friday and visited a few days with their daughters, Misses May and Mallie. Mrs. D. E. Gatchell went to Chariton Friday and visited a few days in that city at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. B. Dorn. Mrs. F. C. Mullinnix and Mrs. Clyde Yost returned Thursday evening from a few days visit with friendu in Des Moines. Miss Zetta Robison, who is attending the Leon High School, went to her homo near Blockley Saturday to visit over Sunday. Miss Georgia Gardner returned last •Thursday evening from a week's visit With friends in Indianola and Des Moines. Attorneys v. R. McGinnis, C. W. Hoff man and Marion Woodard went to Des Moines Tuesday to look after some legal matters. M. C. Betts, of Des Moines, passed through here last" Friday, going to Pleasanton to look after some business matters. Mrs. A. C. Bonser, of Bethany, Mo., eame Friday to visit a few days in this city at the home of her mother, Mrs. S. J. Roger. F. M. Cummins left last Friday for Cedar Rapids where he will visit for some days at the home of his son, J. E. Cummins. Miss Fannie Van Gilder, editor of the Davis City Index, passed through this city Thursday enroute to Pleasanton on business Mrs. J. E. Meeker, of Pleasanton, was is Leon last Thnrsday, beingon her way home from a visit with relatives at Sa bitha, Eas. H. R. Stover, of Pleasanton, came up last Wednesday to attend the K. P. con vention and visit with his many friends in this city. E. A. Kentner, of Muscatine, came In Thursday for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kentner, in this city. Francis^ Varga, who is attending the State University at Iowa City, came home Saturday for a few days visit with his parents. Miss Mabel Hodges, who is teaching at Decatur City, came over Friday even ing and visited over night with friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. James Gutch, of Albia, came Friday for a short visit in this city, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bowsher. Misses Louise Gardner, Minnie Harris and Cecil Grimes went to Davis City Monday evening for a short visit with friends there. Mrs. Bert Chew, of Pleasanton, came Friday for a short visit in this eity at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harmon. L. P. Van Werden and wife returned Monday evening from a few days visit at the home of Mrs. Van Werden's par ents at DeKalb. O. J. Gustiu left Saturday on a busi ness trip to Clearfield, Iowa, Mrs. Gustin going the same day to Gravity to visit relatives. Mrs. Lucy D. Ray returned Friday from Chicago where she had teen buy ing a big new stock of millinery for her store in this city. Miss Helen Deck who is a student at the Leon High School, went to Deaatur City Friday and visited over Sunday with her parents. C. M. Akes and E. Housh were down at Eagleville and BIythedale the first of the week buying horses fjr the big horse sale Friday. Will McKern came in Saturday from Lamoni where he has been selling nur sery stock and spent Suhday with his family, in this city. Mrs. George Redman and Mrs. Ben Redman, of near Kingston, came down Friday and spent a couple of days with friends in this city. Tom Craigo, of Garden Grove, was a visitor in this city last Wednesday and Thursday, having come down to attend the K. P. convention. Mrs. Frank Binning, of Kingston, came Monday evening for a few days visit in this city at the home of her, mother, Mrs. A. Cox. Rev. Chas. Arthur Coakwell, who *is holding a big revival meeting at De catur City, was transacting business in this city last Friday. Deputy sheriff F. L. Lorey and wife returned Saturday from Des Moines where they had been visiting with rela tives for a few days. Mrs. John Hal verson, of north of town, returned Saturday from a visit at the home of her brother, C. H. Preston, at Miles City, Montana. Mrs. W. D. Mitchell and Mrs. Anthony Radnish, of Davis City came Saturday and visited over Sunday at the home of C. M. Akes in this city. O. D. Penniwell and wife, who have been visiting with relatives near Saline, Mo., came Saturday to visit a few days with friends in this city.* Mrs. D. Walker returned Monday evening to her home at Lamoni after a short visit in this city at the home of her aunt, Mrs. S. W. Hurst. Mrs. G. A. Clark, of Weldon, came Tuesday for a few days visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Gammon, of Eden township. M. S. Jones who has been working fraternal insurance at Bethany and Ridgeway for several weeks, spent Sun day at his home in this city. Miss Stella Gardner came Thursday evening from Des Moines to visit a few days in this city at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mattie Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morgan, of near Koyle Junction, came up 6n the train Saturday to do their trading and avoid driving over the muddy roads. Mrs. May Hoffman, of Humeston', was down last. Friday visiting her sister, -Miss Nettie Durham, who is taking medical treatment in this city. Hon. E. J. Sankey came down from 'Des Moines Friday evening and visited over Sunday at his home, the legislature having adjourned over Sunday.