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Misery from Your Disordered Stom ach Goes in Five Minutes. You can eat anything your stomach craves without fear of a case of indiges tion or Dyspepsia,or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will occasionally take a little Diapep sin after eating. Your meals will taste good, and any thing you eat will be digested: nothing ean ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas, which causes belching, dizziness, a feeling of fullness after eat ing, nausea. Indigestion (like a lump of lead in stomach), billiousness, heart barn, water brash, pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms. Headaches from the stomach are abso lutely unknown where this effective remedy is used. Diapepsin really does all the work of a healthy stomach. It digests your meals when your stomach ean't. Each triangule will digest all the food you can oat and leave nothing to ferment or sour. Get a large 50 cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from your druggist and start taking today and by tomorrow you will actually bjfag about your healthy, strong stomach, for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest discomfort »r misery, and every particle of impurity and gas that is in your stomach and iatestinep is going to be carried away without the use of laxa tives or any other assistance. lhe YouLhs' Suits OPPORTUNITY °ans, Young Mens* Suits jn,a11 latest fashions styles like The Yale, The Essex, The Longworth, made for vouner men. We have them from $15.00 to $22.50 lives. (jrays, 1 Blues and Blacks in Cassi meres, Worsteds and Velours-. A beautiful line for $15.00 to $25.00 li A West Side Square INDIGESTION ENDS. s™11™-these riety or in styles made to please the boys. Bring your boy in for a good boys' suit from $5.00 to $12.50 Children's Suits Xt'as »d suits tor the little fellows, in all the new shades and styles. A great line from $3.00 to $6.00 South Dakota Letter. Qi'in.n, S. D., March 1, 1909. Editor RwoitTEit—As we have been in South Dakota one year this month and have not written it was through neglect that is all. We loaded our car at Murray, Iowa, and set sail for Dakota the 20th day of March 1908 and landed at Quinn the 27th. Our car cost S85.75 and was held two days before they let us unload, then we went to hauling to our homestead six miles southeast of Cjuinn, our railroad town. We put up two tents and lived in them until we got the house up, which is of sod cover ed with lumber, then with tar rooling paper, then painted with rubberoid paint, and is 20x20 in size. We have a sod barn and hen house, a good rock cave and a willow cow shed. Cotton wood is nine miles northeast of us. We can see the Bad Lands and the gutters that is washed in them from the house, and can see the walls where so many cattle are run over in time of a storm and killed, those are from 300 to 500 feet high. We have had a mild winter. We had that hard wind in last month but no snow, haven't had but little snow this winter. The boys went to school the day of the storm and John Street's little girl went with them. 1 will go back to the country we have a nice claim and well pleased with the coun try. I don't think Iowa will ever hold us again, it is so much healthier here. As for my health it is much better here than in Iowa. As I am alone to day I could not help but let you know we are still alive. There is a land lawsuit in Quinn to day, the men are there, it is over the counterline of a desert claim, which my son, B. T. Bevans, as a good many in Leon knew him, contested in December. The railroad runs two and one half miles north of our north line. Will send you some of our county papers if you like. Was sorry to see such bad news about our old neighbors back in Iowa. Our county joins Wyoming. There ^re antelopes, bears, wolves and jack rabbits here. Will close for this time hoping I have not tired you so you will not like to-bear from us Again. Mns. A. O. Pbnck. "S? iwSSF- Bp. Poaft'jrittagalflfa cfowjjr bilious Sfoki. SB cestui ataoy dfmg store. THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY. MARCH 11. 1909. LEON CLOTHING CO. Would you like a Suit that will give you more than satisfaction? Would you like a Suit that is guaranteed by America's Best clothes makers?1 Would you like a Suit that fills the bill in every way. Not only in wearing qualities but also in the fit, style and color? Would you like a Suit that you know if it does not come up to standard you can go and get another or your money cheerfully refunded? We carry that kind of clothes. We have them for all manner of people, the short as well as the tall, the young as well as the old. We cordially invite the people of Leon and vicinity to come in. fr V-V 4 .' •/A. A dispatch from Washington says that anew design for copper pennies is to appear in about a month, when a new cent with the head of Lincoln on it will appear. The old Indian head pennies have been in use for such a long time that the new money will look strance when it appears. Fink Detroit Special Overalls, at 85c The Arrow Brand Collars, at 121c See Our Line of Ties, the Newest Things Out RICH RED BLOOD. You Will Never Have It as Long You Have Dyspepsia. as Just as long as you have dyspepsia your food will not properly digest, and the nutritious elements in the food will not be extracted or absorbed, and im poverished or watery blood will follow. This condition may not be apparent at first, but it will come just as sure as the sun will rise again. Any stomach ailment, including all forms of indigestion, can be promptly eared by using Mi-o-na tablets, a scien tific treatment unsurpassed. It stops fermentation, belching of gas and taste of sour food almost at once. The mighty power of Mi-o-na to invig orate and restore the stomach to perfect condition is known everywhere. Mi-o-na cures by building up—by banishing the cause. For thin people it is a great fleBh builder, because it causes the stomach to give more and purer nutrition to the blood. It cures sea and car sickness and vomiting of pregnancy almost immediately L. P. Van Werden sells Mi-o-na for 50 cents a large box, and guarantees it to cure or money back. (mmm tm-o-MO Copyright 1909 yiJ:. The House of Kuppenheimer Chicago Sad Accident. Carlos Smith, Glen Dillon and Harvey Lasley went hunting Saturday after noon last. While they were lying in wait at the edge of a pond near Orlando Work's farm south of the old cemetery, some ducks came near, and Carlos grasp en his gun which seems to have been lying in the grass with the muzzle pointed towards him, and in pulling it towards him it was fired, the charge striking him in the right arm, and shattering it so completely that it had to be amputated. When the boys recovered from their shock they discovered that they had not even a handkerchief in which to wrap the wounded limb so at the sug gestion of Carlos himself they took hold of his arm and supported it in that way as they walked to the farm house of Mr. O. Works. Nobody being at home, the boys got to the phone by means of a window and called Dr. Goff, informing him that he was needed to set a broken arm. The doctor prepared for this work and went out, but discovered at once that the arm could not be saved and so with Mr. Waddell to hold the wounded boy, he drove back to town with him. Here a number of the rela tives, and Doctors A. D. Greer and J. B. Horner were summoned in consultation. All agreed that nothing could be done to save the limb, and so Dr. Goff ampu tated it, severing it near the shoulder. This was done at Dr. Goff's oflice, and the suffering boy was afterwards re moved to bis home. On account of the severity of the wound and the unavoidable delay be fore amputation, much intense suffering was endured. But the lad is now in a fair way for recovery, and is quite cheeful. The accident aside from its painful character, is peculiarly sad, because it takeB away the right arm of Mrs. Smith's oldest boy, who would have been able in a few years to be a great help to his mother in her struggle to support a large family of little children.—Lamoni Patriot. Foley's Kadney Rftipcdy will core any case of kidney or bladder livable "ttftt* md the reach of art ECZEMA CUBABLE? PROVIN! Attorney at Moline, 111., Convinced by Oil of Wintergreen Compound. There is nothing that will convince a lawyer except evidence. .Now here is some rather startling evidence of a simple home cure for ec zema which convinced ono lawyer, F. C. Entrickcn, attorney at Moline, 111. He tells how oil of Wintergreen com pound mixed with thymol and glycerine, as in D. D. D. prescription, cured him in thirty days after thirty-two years of suffering. '"For 12 years," writes Attorney E i triken, "1 was troubled with eczema, scabs all over my face, body and head. I could run a hair bursh ever my body and the floor would be covered with scales enough to fill a basket. 1 tried everything salves, internal medicine, X-ltay, all without result." "Just a month ago 1 was induced to try D. D. D. prescription. The itch was relieved instantly so 1 continued.' It is just a month now and I am complete ly cured. I have not a particle of itch and the scales have dropped off." "I can only say again, cure discovered. I am now starting all eczema sufferers on the right track." Cure after cure has been brought to our attention and always that instant relief from the awful itch. L. P. Van Werden, Leon, Iowa. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain /Mercury. as mercury will surely destroy (lie sense of smell and completely derange it Stetson Hats Stetson Hats in black and Xutria $4 oo Tiger Hats. The Derby 3.00 Tiger Hats. The soft shapes in Grays, Greens, Brown l"T:and tbe whole system when entering through the mucus surfaces. 8ucli articles should never be used except on peremptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good J'ou possibly derive from them. HaU'g Catarrh Cure,- manufactured by K. J. Cheney & Co., •TMed0,--O., ooaWrina nojneroury, .andis- taken.Inter nally, acting directly upon tbe blood and mncus sur faces of thenystem. lu buying Hall's Catarrh dure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Cheney A Oo. 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