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CORRESPONDENCE.
6rand River.
Dr. Ward's next dates at Grand River
ace March 8th to 12th.
Mrs. Effie Winengar, of Maloy, came
Friday for a visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. McConnell.
The band boys' play given at the opera
house Saturday night was well attend
ed. We understand they will ^go to
Blllston next Saturday.
At the home of Mrs. B. Mat
am on Wed
nesday last, her sister, Mrs. Maud
fJombs, of this place and Mr. Raleigh
Hess, of St. Joe, were quietly united in
the holy bonds of matrimony. The fol
lowing day they came to Grand River
where they remained until Friday when
they went to St. Joe where they intend
to reside in the future.
Mrs. Frank McConnell returned Thurs
day from Creston where she has been
visiting the past week.
Henry Cosner visited over Sunday at
at"this place.
A baptismal service was held at the
liver Sunday by Rev. Matsler, of Des
Moines.
Quite an excitement was caused by a
.runaway team on our streets last Fri
day. The owner of the team was Dick
McCarl. lie had stopped at the black
smith shop and had gone inside to have
son-e work done and did not tie the
team. While he was inside ib became
frightened and started home at a lively
rate and was not stopped until it had
reached the J. Brown place east of town.
Nothing was destroyed and the team
sustained no injuries.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Crees spent Sunday
at the home of E. Brammer.
Mrs. Robert Brammer returned Sat
urday from a visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Bpha Munyon.
Mrs. W. B. Howard is very ill at this
writing.
Miss Nellie Wadsworth spent Sunday
with home folks.
Jude "Vanderpoo! and wife visited at
the home of Bud Brown Saturday night
and Sunday.
Win. Young and Marion Spray return
ed Thursday from Leroy where they
have been on business.
A large number attended the sale
held at the Fear home Saturday and
everything sold well.
Cyril Johnson came over from Van
Wert Satnrday.
Mrs. L. Van Werden, of Leon, came
Saturday for a visit with her sister, Mrs.
L. J. Landis.
Mrs. Eva Palmer went to the country
Saturday for a visit with sister,
Mrs. Ida Chipp.
J.
P. Hines is moving into the prop
erty jnst vacated by Sidney V'a Iters
this week.
Miss Helen Norlhey visited with Miss
Vera MeKen from Friday until Monday
Miss Ethel Edwards returned Satur
day from (iaMen Orovo where she has
been teaching the winter term of
school.
Miss Martha Lou dan is on the sick
list this week.
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Sfr* Kingston.
r. Jim Dobson shipped hogs from Kings
ton Tuesday.
Mrs. Upfield spent Tuesday afternoon
with Jesse Redman.
_The Beers children spent Saturday
night and Sunday at Jim Miller's near
Dekalb.
Charlie ImholT and family spent Sun
day at Frank Binning's.
Gay Smith and Ilolger Rasmussen did
some fine work with the road drag last
Saturday.
Carrie Redman and children and
Jesse Redman and children spent Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. Cora Binning.
Grant Spencer and family spent Sun
day with their daughter, Lela Redman.
Mrs. Lenna Hamilton and son Neal
visited Saturday night and Sunday at
Mike Springer's. firm
Mrs Geo. Smith called on her daugh
ter, Mrs. Geo. Redman Friday.
George Simmerman took dinner with
Bert Redman Sunday.
Mr. Huflfiuai! had company from near
-Leon last week.
"Frank
Gardner, of Leon, spent a few
days at Ocean Wave farm last week.
Quite a number from tbi* neighbor
4^oad attended the horse sale at Leoti
-Friday.
"Mrs. Helen Hamilton apenfc Saturday
night and Sunday with her parents,!].
F. Keller and wife.
School was closed at orl Hope last
•week on account of thu sin llp\\ scare.
George Redman and Carrie Riss vis
ited at John Lelfler's ne.ir Grand River
Sunday.
MrS. lva Redmin, who has been in
Leon for several weeks taking medical
treatment, underwent an operation last
week which wan successful and she is
getting along nicely.
Geo. Smu a Leon ch ller S itur
day.
No
ft-
Possum Trot.
DRPRICFS
altunt
Arthur Worden and family^ drove
down near Decatur City Monday for a
few days visit at the home of Edd
Cave.
Those calling at Butler Wilson's Mon
day, Lloyd Smith wife and daughter,
Amsa Davis and the Christian minister,
of Weldon.
Frank Worden and wife spent Tues
day at J. H. Delk's.
lna Fronk was calling on Mrs. Lloyd
Smith Tuesday.
Mrs. Lew Smith spent Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. Will Taylor.
Lloyd Smith and family, Butler Wil
son and wife, Frank Worden and wife,
spent Tuesday evening at the home of
Ross Judd.
Edd Hurst was dragging the roads
Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Hastings spent Tuesday with her
parents near Garden Grove, her sister
returning home with her in the evening.
Ira Worden was a Weldon caller
Tuesday evening.
Butler Wilson and wife were business
callers at Weldon Wednesday afternoon.
lna Fronk spent Wednesday afternoon
at Mr. Haskell's.
Mrs. Will Taylor and children left
Wednesday for their new home near In
dianola.
Lew Smith was a caller at Frank
Worden's Wednesday morning.
Perry Worden and Holland iBall had
their clover hauled the first of thi
week.
Mrs. Chas. Meacham spent Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Ross Judd.
Mrs. Will Taylor and children ate
their farewell dinner with Mrs. Foust
Wednesday.
Will Taylor spoilt Wednesday night
at Mr. Foust's.
David Owen and Mr. Foust delivered
hogs at Weldon Thursday morning.
Mrs. Henry Brencnian took dinner
with Mrs. Lloyd Smith Thursday.
Mrs. Pollard and daughter were call
ing on Mrs. Sigler one day the lirst of
the week.
Lloyd Smith and wife were business
callers at Van Wert Thursday after
noon.
Mrs. Chas. Meacham
Worden were calling
Thursday afternoon.
and Mrs. Frank
on Mrs. Pollard
Frank Worden was out
roads Thursday afternoon
Lloyd and Lew Smith attended the
horse sale in Leon Friday.
dragging the
Butler Wilsqn was dragging the rorth
road Friday.
Mrs. Frank Worden spent Friday
afternoon with Mrs. Butler Wilson.
Holland Ball and family spent Friday
evening at Frank Worden's.
Mrs. Koss Judd spent Frid ty after
noon with Mrs. David Owen.
Mabfl Meacham returned home from
near Dekalb Saturday where she just
closed a very successful terra of school.
Mrs. Foust spent Saturday afternoon
with Mrs. Chas. Meacham.
Arthur Worden and family returned
home Saturday after visiting several
days at the home of Edd Cave.
Most everyone from this vicinity
were Leon callers Saturday afternoon.
Quite a few people were calling at
the Butler Wilson home Saturday even
ing.
Ross Judd and wife spent Sunday at
Chas. Brant's near High Point.
Clarice Sigler and sister spent Sun
day night at Hugh Smith's in Weldon.
Decker and Rexroat spent Sunday
and Sunday night in Weldon.
Everett Walker and family spent Sun
day at the home of Arthur Worden's.
Wesley items.
There was school election at Morgan
Monday, Mont Petty was elected sub
director for 1900.
Mr. Willis and Davie Dillon went, to
Missouri Monday night to look for a
location.
Lee Spencer took a load of corn to J.
M. Varney last Tuesday.
Hal Ellis's baby is on the sick list.
Jamie Duncan was over and got an
other load of farm implements and
household goods Thursday.
Mr. John Nickell took two loads of
wheat to Lineville Saturday.
Lee Spencer, wifeand daughter Lenna
were Lineville callers Friday.
Will and Marion Lowrance and Oscar
Peck made a business trip to Leon Fri
day aDd returned home Saturday after
nociu.
J. W. Nickell sold a team of four year
old eolts to Wes Petty for $3*25.00.
Maggie Perkins called 011 the Spencer
girls Sunday.
Mrs. Ni-ll Peck spent Friday night
with Grandma Lowrance.
Oscar Peck and the Lowrance broth
ers spent Friday night with Will Blair
and family.
Miss Jennie Wells and Coral and
Lelali Curry took dinner at the Low
rance home Sunday.
Don't think that piles can't be cured
Thousands of obstinate cases have been
cured by Doan's Ointment. 50 cents at
any drug store.
wder
no lime phosphates
As every housekeeper can understand,
burnt alum and sulphuric acid—the in
gredients of all alum and alum-phosphate
powders—must carry to the food adds
injurious to health.
leailheUM. AwM ike atan powders
Woodland.
W. E.Truman, of Lsushnell, 111., was
a Sunday guest of J. S. Beavers.
Mrs. C. C. Dye visited friends in Hum
eston Friday and Saturday.
Amos Chambers, of near Leon, was
looking after business here Friday.
Mrs. Mary Beavers is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. C. P. Browning, this
week.
Dr. J. S. Coontz sold his fox hound,
"Sport," to Chas. McWilliams, of Osce
ola, Saturday, for ten dollars.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Trnitt, of High
Point, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bright
Sunday.
,P. E. Hutchinson and Nova Adair
attended the play, "East Lynne," at
Leon Friday evening.
George Dennis, of Humeston, and a
buyer from Des Moines, were purchasing
horses in this vicinity Thursday and
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson spent
Thursday and Friday with relatives in
Leon.
John McClain sold his farm to Sam
Thompson last week for 850 per acre.
T. B. Adair and IT. M. Wood were
transacting business in Leon Friday.
S. J. Grogan and son Michael visited
at the John Fennell home at Corydon
over Sunday.
Dr. J. S. Coontz spent Sunday with
home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Smith, of High
Point, spent Saturday at the home ol
Mrs. Frederica Rains.
Mrs. DoMotte departed Friday for
her home at Lewisburg, Ohio, after an
extended visit with her daughter, Mrs
C. C. Dye.
THK LEOAT REPORTER, THURSDAY. MARCH 11. 19U9.
Lovett Sale I2 miles southwest of Garden Grove next Monday
Mrs. Oscar McClain and children, of
New Mexico, who have been visiting at
Clio, came here Wednesday for a visit
at the John McClain home.
Mrs. S. D. Leaefriman and daughter
Lorene and son Boyd spent the latter
part of the week with friends in Line
ville.
trip
R. D. Lock wood made a business
to Cainsville Monday.
Dr. MeNay, of Garden Grove, was
looking after professional business here
Monday.
J. lii. Lent/, was elected sub-director
of this district at the school meeting
which was held here Monday.
Miss Stella Spicer departed Thursday
for her home at BloomI'leTtl.
Bliss Coontz began working for T. B.
Adair the first of March.
Ray Beavers purchased a span of
draft colts of W. T. Cartwright the first
of the week, consideration being -SJO0.
S. C. By rum sold his I'aim of 80 acres
to It. E. Woods last ek.
Several from this vicinity attended
the Leon horse sale Friday.
Tmn Keller dep irr«d Friday for Dodge
City, Kansas, neur which place he has
some land. His stay wi 1 be indefinite.
Ethel Hatch and N«-llie Rnppert, of
Leon, visited friends here Saturday, re
turning to their hoin^ at l."on Sunday.
John Bledsoe, of KliI) •1 r', Wyoming,
was transacting business iiere Tuesday.
Mrs. B. A. Itayn has been suffering the
past week with a very sore foot caused
by stepping 011 a rusty nail.
A. Dewald, a Yeoman deputy frnni In
dependent, whs looking after business
here Tuesday.
Mrs. 10. I,. Trnitt departed Thursday
for Indiaimla where she will visit her
son AHn'ff before returning to her
home at Winteiset.
Mrs. Herbert Lan'z and children de
puted Tuesd-iy for their home on the
Gi'otge Mosier farm. Friends both here
and in that comraun'ty have responded
to thejr aid in their recent loss by fire
of their household goods, and they are
now able to begin housekeeping again.
J. M. Deisher, H. M. Wood, Stephen
Vaughn, D. Lock wood, S. R. Karns
and Alfred Petty hauled hogs to Line
ville Saturday for J. M. Deisher.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Lockwood and
daughter Alta went to Diagonal Mon
day for a few days visit with their
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Smith.
Mrs. Eunice May Shoemake, of Wich
ita, Kansas, who formerly lived at Leroy,
died at her home in Wichita Friday and
was brought to Garden Grove Monday
afternoon for burial. Mrs. Shoemake
was well known here and her many
friends extend sympathy to the be
reaved husband and children.
Frank Dodd, wife and daughters, of
Garden Grove, visited Mrs. Dodd's
sister, Miss Nora Rains, Saturday and
Sunday.
Davis City.
Miss May Daughertv, of Leon, was
vMting friends here the last of the
week.
Rev. O. F. Howard and wife were
visiting in Shenandoah the first of the
week.
Mrs. Geo. Cooper returned from her
visit at St.. Joe Thursday.
Mrs. Olten, of l.ieon, was here last
week visiting friends.
A gent.lem-in in the interest of church
work and fallen humanity was here in
their behalf Friday.
Those from here who attended the
"East Lynne" opera in Leon Friday
evening were Mrs. Geo. Cooper, Misses
Veta Scott, Mvrta Walters and Myrta
Marble.
Miss Ella Rogers came in from Cali
fornia to visit relatives.
Misses Ada Hartshorn and Katie Bur
rell were Leon visitors over Sunday.
P. F. Earley was a Des Moines visitor
the first of the week.
Miss Florence Stevens left the first
of the week for Sheridan, Wyoming.
Chas. Akcs, of Leon, was a business
visitor here the first of the week.
Miss Maude Herriman spent Sunday
with friends at Lamoni.
Lon Fulton was a passenger to Leon
Friday.
Boyd Craig and wife were in Lean
last week visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas.
Henderson.
Art Seott and wife returned to Leon
Friday having visited her mother, Mrs.
Ida Adkins, several days.
Harry Cray and wife, of Osceola, came
Monday and were the guests of Philip
Williams the first of the week.
Mesdames L. A. Brown and T. B. Can
nings were Kellerton visitors Saturday.
Norman Morgan, of Chariton, visited
his sister, Mrs. Dick Scott, last week.
Doi't wait until your blood is im
poverished and you are siek and ailing,
bat tike lollimt'i Roeky Moan tarn
Tea now. It will positively drive oat
•U winter imparities. 85 eeats, Tea or
VrOiMnptlA Go.
Holden.
Lucindia Scott and daughter-in-law,
Allie Scott, speut Monday at Tom
Blake's.
Mary Graqdstaff spent Wednesday at
Homer Tharp's.
Misses Emma and Ellen Linstrom
spent Wednesday afternoon at John
Mcintosh's.
Sam Craig and Theodore Merrifield
attended Charley Spargur's sale Thurs
day.
Will Craig and wife were at Charley
Spargur's Thursday.
Sam Craig and daughter, Lula, called
at Charley Hall's Wednesday evening.
A1 Creveling's boys came Wednesday
to help Aaron Cornett move.
Miss Hildrcd and Roy Tharp spent
Tuesday evening at Aaron Cornett's.
Fred Grandstaff is helping John Hall
move this week.
Emma Linstro'm and Artie Henderson
attended the parly at Charley Graham's
Tuesday evening.
Aaron Cornett went to Lamoni Satur
day and returned to his home Wednes
day evening.
Charley Spargur callod at Will
Craig's Tuesday.
Ot.is Stuteville returned to his home
near River View Wednesday after vis
iting bis cousin, Roy Tharp.
Homer Tharp and wife were visiting
in Davis City Tuesday.
Theodore Merrifield was trading in
Pleasanton Monday.
Ray Dale helped bis brother, Elba
Dale, haul corn Thursday.
The dance at Charley Hall's was well
attended and all reported a good time.
The music was furnished by Homer and
Charley Davis, Clarkie Trembly and
Willie Moore.
John Mcintosh and Sam Craig attend
ed the horse sale at Leon Friday.
Homer Tharp was in Leon Friday.
Thurman Gibler called at Homer
Tharp's Thursday evening.
John Van-'Winkle is on the sick list.
Aaron Cornett and wife and daughter,
Gracie, spent Thursday night with Mrs.
Cornett's s'ster, Mrs. Charley Hall.
Euimett Graves and wife spent Thurs
day evening at H. Scott's.
Misses Maude and Lula Craig, Zelma
Tharp and Emma Linstrom were shop
ping in Pleasanton Saturday afternoon.
Charley Hall and wife were trading
in Pleasanton Saturday afternoon.
Will Craig was trading in Pleasanton
Saturday.
Maud and Lula Craig spent Satur
day night with Emma Linstrom.
Homer Tharp and daughter and son,
Roy, were in Davis City Saturday.
Joe Tharp and wife, of Davis City,
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
their son, Homer Tharp.
Emma Linstrom called on Minnie
Graves Friday afternoon.
Lola Craig, of Davis City, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Minnie Graves.
Sam Craig and wife were trading in
Pleasanton Saturday.
Emmett Graves and wife were in
Davis City Saturday.
Roy Tharp spent Saturday night with
Garland and Clyda Craig.
Alerritt Stuteville and family visited
Sunday at Homer Tharp's.
Maud and Lula Craig and Emma Lins
trom spent Sunday with Bertha Hen
derson.
Sam Craig and wife spent Sunday
with their son, Willie Craig.
Claud Miller and wife spent Sunday
at Clarkie Trimbley's.
Dave Downey and wife and Mrs. Dan
Downey Sundayed at Emmett Graves'.
John Van Wiukle and wife and son,
Chester, visited Sunday at the home
of Aaron Van Winkle, of Davis City.
Thurman Gibler was out trying the
roads Sunday evening.
Charley Grabmn and wife visited
Mrs. Grahuin's mother, Mary Grand
staff, Saturday and Sunday.
Charley Scott and wife spent Sunday
at Clarkie Trimbley's.
Fred Epperley, of Leon, came down
Sunday to see lona Uardinger.
John Mcintosh and wife spent Sun
day with their daughter, Mrs. Paul
Scott, near River View.
James Mcintosh spent Saturday night
at Emmett Graves'.
lona Uardinger spent Saturday and
Sunday with home folks.
Garland and Clyde Craig spent Sun
day with their friend, Roy Tharp.
Decatur City.
Mrs. Clark Fierce, of Van Wert, spent
several days here last week the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wat
son.
Miss Ressie Creal spent Thursday
night with her friend, Miss Cleo Little.
Will Akers returned from St. Joe
Wednesday where he bad been called
to attend the funeral of his mother.
Mrs. R. G. Benton is no better at this
writing.
Mrs. Sara Little went to Des Moines
the first of tho week for a visit with
relatives.
Mrs. H. C. Watson and daughter, Mrs.
Clark Fierce were guests at the Creal
home Thursday.
Mrs. Dell Eurittand baby spent Thurs
day with Miss Susie Euritt.
Mrs. J. G. Vanatta returned from a
visit with her mother at St. Charles the
last of the week.
Mrs. J. W. McLaughlin was a guest at
Cull Euritt's Wednesday.
John Hanner's mother and sister, of
Perry, lona, are here visiting him.
Miss Ivo Black, a trained nurse from
Des Moines, spent several days here
last week with Miss Ida Creal.
Miss Katherine Porter spent a few
days here last week the guest of the
Misses Colter.
Miss Hazel Riddle spent 8unday with
Miss Ressie Creal.
V. Anderson, wife and son of Leslie
spent Sunday at E. W. Townsend's.
£. F. Allen and wife went to Arispie.
Saturday to attend the deuble wedding
of their sons, Grant and Rnssell Allen,
to the Misses Leota and Janie Priest,
which oecnrred at the home of the
irridep' parents, Mr And Mrs. Jojip Pxipet,
on Sunday. We extend to them*oar
best wishes.
J. C. Cozad and wife spent Sunday
with relatives in Woodland.
The Misses Ressie Creal and Lelia
Has ton were guests at Prof., Sard's
Saturday.
Bp worth League subject Sunday even
ing "Our Pattern." Miss Grace lake,
Miles Allen spent Saturday and Son
day lu Ike country.
We Sell Them.
Phone or write for prices.
Culvert Tubes.
(Decatur
Mrs. Humphrey and daughter of
Bowlin, Mont., came Friday to visit her
neice, Mrs. J. A. Daniels.
Elsie Xewell of Humeston was in the
Grove last Saturday.
Miss Ethel Edwards who has been
teaching the Brant school returned to
Grand River Saturday.
Mrs. A. Brown, of Davis City, was the
recent guest of her daughter, Mrs. Will
Barbour.
Win. Webster returned Saturday from
his trip to Arizona, very favorably im
pressed with the country. He took up
a claim.
Mrs. Truit.t came Friday from Indian
ola to visit her daughter. Mrs. Ernest
Bright of Woodland.
Dr. Coontz has purchased the T. J.
Knapp residence property and will oc
cupy it.
Mrs. Margaret Dick arrived Saturday
from Scotland to visit her sister, Mrs.
Lew Lillard.
Ernest Prang, of Skidtnore, Mo., was
her Friday on business.
Mr. Boeger of Cainsville was here the
first of the week on business.
J. T. Robertson of Davis City was in
town Friday.
Mr. Butler, who recently bought one
of the Lovett farms southwest of town
moved here last week from Iowa county.
The funeral of Mrs. Eunice Bellamy
Shoemake, formerly of this eity and
later of Leroy and Wichita, Kas., was
held at the M. E. church here Monday
afternoon at four o'clock, Rev. Goodsell
conducting the services. It was one of
the saddest deaths our community has
ever known, on account of the tragic
circumstances attending it. Mrs. Shoe
make accidentally took a dose of Paris
green, mistaking the bottle fer one of
ginger and despite all efforts to save
her, she passed away, leaving a husband,
a daughter Ethel and son John, besides
other relatives and a host of friends to
mourn her death. Mrs. Shoemake was
a splendid woman, devotedly loved by
all who knew her and the«tenderest
sympathy is extended her sorrowing
family in their bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boyce went to
Bethany Saturday where Mrs. Boyce
will take treatment at the sanitariun
there.
Union Ridge.
Miss Nora Gardner, who has been
sewing for Mrs. J. H. Morgan spent
Sunday with home folks.
Wilma and Georgia Beasley spent
Saturday night and Sunday at the Win.
Bruner home.
At the school election Monday C.' S.
Beasley was elected director for the
coming year.
Oscar Rex cut his foot quite b^dly
last Thursday morning while chopping
wood.
Charlie Cox called on Luther Beasley
Saturday evening.
John Sell moved his family to Leon
Monday.
Sherm Simpson called on Mac
township buys some Uiis week.)
BOWStlER & BOWSHER
6arden 6rove.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bryan of Liberty,
Pa., who have been guests at the G. M.
Miller home left Friday for Bowling
Green, Mo to visit.
Max Lillard went to Pleasanton Fri
day to visit relatives.
Mrs. W. A. Johnson "of Saguache, Colo.,
came Friday to visit her father, Thos
Quayle.
Coy.
Sunday afternoon.
Perry Bruner and family visited at
Charlie Beasley's Sunday.
J. K. Beasley, of Davis City, took
dinner at N. M. Cox's last Thursday.
Walter Fitch and wife visited Satur
day night and Sunday with her brother,
C. S. Beasley and family.
Mrs. Eva McKern and children attend
ed church at Palestine Sunday morning.
Mrs. Bessie Wilson and baby, of
Centerville, are visiting at tho home of
her grandparents, Byrum Stout and wife.
Mr. Euitt and family have moved on
their farm recently vacated by Mr.
Hoover.
Ralph, Howard and Lewis Sage visit
ed with Charlie Cox one* evening last
week.
Ray Ellis attended the show in Leon
Friday night.
Clarence Doolittle was again seen in
this vicinity Sunday evening.
Oliver Rex and family, of Leon, spent
Saturday night and Sunday at the W. P.
Akes home.
Henry Akes and family visited Sunday
at the borne of their son Lew, north of
Leon.
C. S. Beasley and wife visited at Wm.
Bruner's one day last week.
Homer Akes has been very siek the
past week but is some better at this
writing.
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Mis,s Ida Staniord called on Miss Julia
Horney Wednesday evening.
Grover Huston, of Pleasanton, vis
ited a few days the past week with
Bert and Charlio Dobson.
Dennis Ingram, George Minor, Julia
and Lee Horney. Macy, Leo and Sadie
Stephens spent Tuesday evening at Ben
Robison and were entertained with
some very nice music on the phono
graph.
Mrs. John ^eidner was a passenger
for Leon Friday.
Chas. Dingman had business at De
catur City Saturday.
Thomas Cox and daughter Esther and
Miss Edith Cowles were shopping in
Leon Saturday.
Granville Long, of Leon, wasJ in this
vicinity last week looking after sand
and took dinner at Geo. Stephens'.
Esther Cox spent Saturday evenin""
with Edith Cowles.
Mrs. Walter McXelly and children, of
Missouri, are here visiting relatives
and friends.
Amos Brazelton departed March 8th
with a car load of stock, farm machinery
and household goods for his new home
in North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Braz
elton were both born and raised in Eden
township. We are sorry to see then*
go as we haven't any peeple like them,
to spare from old Eden.
Mrs. Jeff Fulton visited over Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John,
Suutb.
Mrs. L. A. Blackman, Lela, Lulu and
Ora Johnston were guests at Tom.
Guthrie's Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goodman and
children and Miss Nora Dobson were
Sunday visitors at Joe Dobson's.
Fred Jones speut Saturday night
with Jim Smith.
Miss Ida Stanford was a passenger for
Leon Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brazelton and
Thomas Truitt spent Sunday at George
Stephens'.
Lee Davis, Sam Stephens, Fred Jones,
and Jim Smith were Leon callers Satur
day.
Mrs. L. Parsons, of Lecn, has been
visiting with her mother, Mrs. John
Piper.
Mrs. Mergie Brannaman is in this,
neighborhood visiting relatives.
Jake Piper and wife visited Sunday
with Grant Wakefield and wife.
Frank Cox and family spent Sunday
in Davis City with Mrs. Cox's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Stevens.
BurrJOak Ridge.
Mrs. George Clark returned to
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home at Weldon Monday after a visit
at the home of her parents, L. Gam
mon's.
Rex Adams, John McCallaaiul Willard
Chastain were Sunday visitors at Chas.
Chas tain's.
Mrs. Eber Horney and children re
turned 1
ut-sday from a week's visit at
Knoxville at the home of her sister.
The remains of Mrs. Mary Hannan
was shipped from Clearfield and at
tended at the Catholic church Friday of
last weik. She was formerly a resident,
of Eden and will be remembered by a.
number of the older residents.
Mr8. Nancy Morelaud returned Satur
day from Bethany where she had been
visiting a daughter and son.
Mrs. McCalla and daughter, BeHe
spent a pleasant afternoon at G. Van
derpool's Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Chastain and J. W.'Walton,
and family took dinner at Mary Walton's.
Sunday it being Master Hugh Walton's.
13th birthday.
Mrs. A. J. Rumley is spending this,
week with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest
Hamilton.
T. Jeffries and family spent Sunday
at Will Arnold's.
Mrs. Charles Chastain and Mrs. Mc
Calla called on Mrs. R. Meek one after
noon last week and found her much im
proved in health.
Roy Gammon and wife Were callers
at L. Gammon's 8unday afternoon.
Mert Cozad lost a valuable horse one
day last week.
We understand Uncle Will Gammon
has sold his fine farm of 280 acres to hi»
son Roy. Mr. and Mrs. Gammon will
move to Leon and enjoy a much needed!
rest, as they have been hard working
people.
Paul Chastain visited over night in
toon, the guest of his grandparents It
was his first experience being away
from bis parents, so Paul feels pretty
brave over the affair.
Bid Frost had business at Clearfield,
the first of the week.
Ttarswas a meeting at Bast Bden
fchoel house Wednesday night to organ
to do sons moss good rea&werk.
IWW wifli
Ira Webster moved kset
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