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PURELY PERSONAL A. W. Stearns spent Sunday at his home in Garden Grove. Miss Vera Hayer, of Lamoni, was visiting in this city Tuesday. Mrs. C. Banks, of Lamoni, was visiting in this city Tuesday. Abe Blakesley was visiting with friends at Davis City Mnday. Asa Cochran, of Lamoni, was an over Sunday visitor in this city. S. B. Latta, of pear Davis City, had business in this city last Saturday. County treasurer E. G. Monroe had business at Garden Grove Monday. Harry Stover, of Pleasanton, was a visitor in this city last Thursday. Mrs. Mary Bennett, of Davis City, was a visitor in this city Saturday. Roy Stout returned last Thursday from a business trip to Chariton. A. R. Judson and wife, of Lamoni, were visitors in this city last Friday. Mrs. Francis Hamilton, of Davis City, was a visitor in this city Friday. Mort Shell, of Decatur City, was a business visitor in this city Monday.' ^nTren "at that place. P- A- 1^.oy' a Dr. W. V. Ellis had professional was a visitor in this city last Friday. E. O. Lovett, of Garden Grove, was a business visitor in this city last F. L. Conrey returned last Thurs day from a business trip to Des Moines. James Harris, of Pleasanton. was A business visitor in this city last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Blackman, of filocMey, were visitors in this city Monday. Patrick Griffin, of Grand River, was a business visitor in this city Monday. Harry Craigo, of Garden Grove, was visiting with friends in this city Tuesday. Royal Richardson, of Pleasanton, was a business visitor in this city Tuesday. Capt- J. L. Gooding, the Kellerton 'auctioneer, had business in this city Tuesday. W. A. McCormick, of Pleasanton. was a business visitor in this city Tuesday. Judge Orton, of Princeton, Mo., was in Leon Monday on telephone business. S. W. Robbins, of Decatur City, -was a business visitor in this city last Saturday. Mrs. Mary Konklin, of Garden Grove, was a visitor in this city last Sftturd&y> J. A. McDougall. of Lineville, was Mrs. E. E. Long returned Saturday from a few days visit with friends at. Garden Grove. Harry Lemley went to Lamoni Fri day evening and visited over Sunday with relatives. J. D. Lewis, manager of the elec tric theatre, had business at Davis City Thursday. Miss Sarah Lillie went to Pleasan ton Tuesday where she will remain for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Spaeth, of Garden Grove, were visitors in this city last Saturday. M. E. Gammill, of Morgan town ship, was a business visitor in this city last Saturday. L. W. Sullivan, of Garden Grove, was in Leon Monday, being on his way to Van Wert. W. C. Smith and wife went to Mt. Ayr Saturday evening to visit a few days with relatives. Harry J. Vogt returned Tuesday evening from a business trip to Des Moines and Chicago. Lewis Elwell returned Thursday from spending a few days in Des Moines on business. T. W. Vanpelt went to Norwalk Monday to visit a few weeks with his ?ayis City. ya.s I Miss Edna Waight went to Osceola Thursday. I ^jonday to visit at the home of her SjStert mrs Atz. business at Van Wert last Thursday. County auditor .J. V. Lemley went Mrs. Flora Broome, of Davis City, to A. B. Fierce, of Van Wert, was a turned Thursday afternoon to their business visitor in this city Tuesday, home day. ton, came Tuesday for a short visit A. E. Dorn, of Chariton, was a Miss Fannie Van Gilder, of Pleas- C. B. Simpson and wife visited over Sunday with relatives at Davis City. J"1' -^-^erley nrdayi Lam0m Saturday and visited over Sunday wlth relatives. Mrs. W. F. Horn, of Pleasanton,, Howard left Monday on a was a visitor in this city last Friday, business trip to St. Joe, expecting to 'Miss Bertha Alldredge left Monday absent several days. tdt a visit with relatives at Grinnell. j^jr and Mrs. T. T. Johnston re- at Grand River. Charles West, of DeKalb, was a Mrs. O. E. Tullis and children, of business visitor in this city Tuesdaj. Chariton, were visiting in this city a WM. Tharp, of Pleasanton, was a business visitor in this city Tues day. 1 Miss Virgie Hill, of Pleasanton, was visiting in this city last Satur day. Patrick Sullivan, of Kellerton, was Swisher, a few days. a business visitor in this city Tues- few hours last Thursday. J. L. Fisher, the Garden Grove horse buyer, was a business visitor in this city last Thursday. Miss Lena Bowman went to Osce ola Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. E Xums and famiiy, wrelatives business visitor in this city last Fri- Miss Enid Alexander went to day- Helena Mo., Tuesday to assist with Mrs. Alma Fisher, of Decatur City, an was a visitor in this city last Thurs-. Mrs. W. L. Armstrong returned day- a Miss Stella Davis, of Davis Citv, was a visitor in this city last Thurs- Sjgters anton, was a visitor in this city Mon- Schenck came over from De day. 1 Mrs. May Quick, of Pleasanton, was a visitor in this city last Satur day. went to La- 0f Mrs McDowell da?- Miss Etta, of Garden Grove, were vis Mrs. F. M. Euritt, of Decatur City, jtors this city last Saturday. was a visitor in this city last Thurs- seyeral was a visitor in this city last Satur- Rev. Cyrus Smith returned Tues day- day from Leheigh, Iowa, where he Miss Lelah Thompson, of \an jjad keen visiting a few days. Wert, was visiting in this city Mon- Chari- in this city. orchestra at that place. Saturday evening from a stay of sev- eral weeks at Kirksville, Mo. and daughter McGinnis ^a?l. Tuesday where he appears as Miss Ada Toney, of Decatur City, jn went to Corydon attorney important law suits. Geo A Coe day. day from Des Moines where he at J. H. Tabler, of Garden Grove, was tended a meeting of the B. Y. A. business visitor in this city Mon- Robert Palmer, of the west side of day- the county, was visiting with his returned last Thurs in this city last Saturday, catur Saturday evening and spent Sunday at his home in this city, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Quiett returned I last Thursday evening from a visit with relatives at Lake Andes, S. D. Robert Cheney, of Grand River I was in Leon Tuesday, being on his a moni Monday evening on a short John Holden returned Thursday .5". ... from Bethany, Mo., where he had Alexander was visiting been visiting for a couple of days with friends at Davis City last Sat-^ Mrs. Marion Woodard and daugli- to Bethany, Mo., on business, ter Miss Blanche were visiting with C. R. Boeger, of Davis City, was a relatives at Decatur City Tuesday, business visitor in this city last Sat- John Ledgerwood returned Friday urday. evening from Weldon and visited Lee^ Clark returned Tuesday trorn over Sunday at his home in this city, a visit with relatives at Garden Mrs. C. E. Henderson went to La Grove. moni Thursday evening and visited Mrs. C. A. Wolverton, of Humes- over night with friends in that town, ton, was a visitor in this city last g_ e. Newman returned last Thurs Friday. day S. H. Brown, of Garden Grove, was had been for a few days on business, a business visitor in this city last Mrs. Alma Fisher returned Friday Friday. (to a evening from Clearfield,where he her home at Decatur after visiting f6w days with relatives in this city, e. Friday. Davenport, where he attended the I. W. Teale returned Friday from O. O. F. grand lodge for a few days Mrs. Peter Morgan, of Crown, was visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. C. N. Hull, in this city, Tuesday. Mrs. S. J. Stump left Tuesday for Ottumwa where she will visit friends and attended the W. R. C. convention. Mrs. A. G. Scott, of north of town, went to Davis City Saturday evening to visit a few days with her mother. Mrs.Sam C.Johnston and daughter Margaret returned Saturday evening from a visit with relatives in Omaha. Mrs. Geo. B. LaFollette and chil dren, of Des Moines, came Tuesday for a visit with relatives in this city. Mrs. James Daniels and daughter Miss Cora, of Garden Grove, were visiting with friends in this city Mon day Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Fraizer, of Bethany, Mo., were in Leon Monday enroute to Cainsville to visit rela tives. W. A. Allbaugh returned Monday from a business trip of several weeks to his former home at Elbert, Colo rado. a business visitor in this city last couple of weeks at the. home of her Thursday. O. D.Rosseau, of Promise City, was a business visitor in this city last Thursday. C. E. Henderson and wife were visiting with relatives at Davis City last Friday. A. L. Ackerley evening from a Grand River Mrs. Nellie Johnson went to Gar den Grove Tuesday for a short visit at the home of her father, Willis Hines. Mrs. Robert Good left Tuesday for Cedar Junction. Kas., to visit parents. Henry Vanostrand. of east of Leon returned Saturday from a trip to Aberdeen and other points in South Dakota. Mrs. W. A. Brown, of Centerville came Friday evening to visit a few returned Monday days with relatives and friends in business trip to this city. J. E. Macy, who lias been working Misses Maud and Cora Campbell, for the past month at Garden Grove of Davis City, were visitors in this visited over Sunday at his home north city Monday. of town Mrs. Martha Gillham left Tuesday Mrs. N. J. Wiley returned Tues afternoon for a visit with old friends day evening to her home at Lamoni at Fairfield. after a short visit with friends in Guy Davis, the Pleasanton real this city. estate hustler, had business in this Miss Josie Travis, of New York city Tuesday. City, came Sunday and visited a few Miss Ollie Wells, of Davis City, was days at the home of W. R. Moore in a visitor for a few hours in this city this city. i«at Saturday. I Mrs. T. S. Duff, of Cainsville, came Mrs. O. I. Thompson, of Lamoni, Friday to visit a few days in this city was a business visitor in this city at the home of her brother, Dr. F. A last Saturday. Bowman. Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper, of Mrs. A. G. Cresswell, of Decatur Davis City, were visitors in this city City, was a visitor in this city last last Thursday. Thursday. Mrs. J. A. Hinds, of Lineville, and Norborne Crowell, who came over Mrs. Belle Hinds, of this city, went to with the Mt. Ayr football team Sat Kellerton Thursday evening to visit urday morning, returned home Mon a few days at the home of the latter's day evening, having visited over Sun daughter, Mrs. Marie Branham. day with relatives in this city yv &r*t E. O. Moore, the Decatur City nurseryman, had business in this city last Saturday. He was accompanied by his Bon. Mrs. Rush Bowsher returned laBt Thursday to her home at Princeton, Mo., after a visit at the home of Robert Bowsher and other relatives in this city. Mrs. J. A. Harper, of Ridgeway, Mo., was in Leon Monday, returning home from a visit with relatives at Pleasanton. Sheriff J. E. Andrew was down at Davis City Tuesday serving sub poenaes for the coming term of the district court. Mrs. Ed Coyneer, of Des Moines, came Monday evening to visit a few days in this city, the guest of Mrs. M. E. Wasson. D. P. Leahy, of Blockley, who has been quite sick, was able to come to Leon last Saturday, the first time for several weeks. Miss Laura Leonard, who is teach ing school at Russell, came home Sat urday and spent Sunday with rela tives in this city. Miss Hazel Freeman, who is teach ing near this city, went to Davis City Saturday and visited over Sunday with home folks. Prof. J. A. Mcintosh, of Weldon, was in Leon Saturday on business and went from here to Davis City to visit his parents. Miss Ida Stanford,who is a student in the Leon High School, went to her home near Blockley Friday evening to visit over Sunday. I. N. Beard, of the Kraft Clothing Co., at Osceola, came down Tuesday and visited over night with his many friends in this city. Miss Mary Flynn, of Woodland township, went to Des Moines last Thursday to spend a week or so with relatives in that city. Mrs. Ollie Thiel, of Tipton, Iowa, came Tuesday for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Creed Bobbitt, in this city. Mrs. Fred Muse, in this city. THE LEON REPORTER. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. 10O9. J. M. Still returned Tuesday from Garden Grove, where he had been putting up some monuments for the Leon Marble Works. Mrs. Curtis Fann returned Monday to her home in Chicago after a visit in this city at the home of her brother, Geo. R. Hall. Mrs. Arthur Adkins and daughters Viola and Mamie, returned to their home at Davis City Friday after a short visit in this city. Mrs. T. E. Cummings, of Davis City, came Monday to visit a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W G. Jeffries, in this city. J. Q. Lockwood, of Woodland, took the train here Tuesday for Tingley, where he visits his daugh ter, Mrs. A. W. Smith. Milan Sanger, who is working on the new Odd Fellows' building at Decatur City, came home Saturday and visited over Sunday. B. O. Springer departed Tuesday for St. Joe and Manhattan, Kas., after visiting for a couple of weeks Throckmorton, at Derby. Rev. J. H. Burrows and wife, of Cainsville, came Friday to visit a few diays in this city at the home of their daughter, MrB. Will Lewis, west of town. A1 Elwell returned Monday after noon from Gage, Okla., where he had been looking after a claim which he holds near that town, for several Mrs. Elfie Hodgddn and baby,of St. Paul, Minn., came last Friday for a Visit with her aunt, Mrs. F. L. Jenkins, and other relatives in thiB vicinity. Miss May Caster, who is attending Drake University at Dea Moines, came Friday evening for a few days visit at the home of her parents in this city. Miss Katie Kirwin returned Sat urday to her home in Des Moines after visiting for a week in this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lew Gillham. Miss Etta Lewis, who is trimming in a millinery store at Cainsville, came Tuesday to visit a few days at the home of her father, E. H. Lewis, in this city. Mrs. M. J. McCaull returned on Tuesday from Des Moines, where she hau been visiting for a couple of weeks at the home of her son, Fred W. McCaull. Mrs. Edmund Barrett returned Monday to her home at Blockley after visiting for a week in this city at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Elwell. F. M. Rhoades returned Saturday evening from a real estate trip to Miller, S. D., and also visited his daughter, Miss Bertha Rhoades, who is teaching there. Mrs. Samuel Gammill returned Monday to her home at Wellfleet, Neb., after a visit of several weeks with relatives and old friends in this city and vicinity. Mrs. Mary Smith returned Tues day to her home at Woodburn after a pleasant visit at the home of B. F. Bledsoe and other relatives and friends in Woodland. Mrs. C. N. Sprague returned to her home in Chicago last Thursday after visiting for several weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hamilton, in this city. John Robertson, the Davis City real estate dealer, passed through here Monday, returning from a trip to Presho, S. D., where he took a party of land seekers. Mrs. H. C. Bowsher departed last Thursday for her home in Kansas City after visiting for several weeks in this city at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowsher. Mrs. A. W. Bryant went to Davis visiting a few days in this city at ity Saturday evening to visit a few the home of W. L. Barry. days at the home of her parents, I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher moved Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Britt. to this city last Thursday from De- Mrs. F. M. Coder, of St. Joe, vis ited over Sunday in this city at the at his home in this city. Henry Cosner, who has been em-1tur City .were in Leon last Thursday Mrs. N. J. Brannaman, of Grand ployed in the Journal office in this River, was in Leon Tuesday, being city for some time, left Sunday for on her way to Pleasanton to visit a St. Joe, where he has accepted a po- few days with relatives. sitin in a printing office. Ito Aunt Caroline Robbins went to De-' Mr. J. A. Emberley, of McCook, P!ace. catur City Monday to spend a few Neb., who was visiting in this city at: Mr. F. M. Rhoades and wife went to catur City and are now located in Garden Grove Monday for a short their new home which they pur isit at the home of her parents, Mr. chased from A. M. Pryor. and Mrs. Mandrew Holland. Pete Daniels, of Garden Grove, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith of Sey- had business in this city last Thurs- mour, came Friday to visit a few day, and of course was keeping his Leon Friday on business and as the daughter, Mrs. C. F. Miller. days in this city at the home of their eye open for some good horses, for which he will manage when the work daughter, Mrs. Bert Hague. that is where Pete shines. completed, but it will probably be Mrs. Elwood Osborne, of Des Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stevens, of Moines, came Friday evening for a Albia, returned home Tuesday after visit at the home of her daughter, visiting for a few days in this city at to remain over night in Leon. Iowa, who was visiting at the home couple of days here looking after a for a visit at the home of Mrs. Reid's farm which they own near Leon Mrs. George Wallace, of Lineville, was in Leon last Thursday on her way to Des Moines' for a visit with relatives and friends in that city. W. E. Truman, the well known horse importer of Bushnell, 111., re turned home Friday after spending a few days in this city on business. Mrs. John Smith returned Monday to her home near Van Wert after visiting a few days at the home of her son, J. F. Smith, near this city. Uncle John Tullis expects to leave Thursday morning for Campbell, California, where he will spend the winter at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Harry Craigo, of Garden Grove, came Friday to visit a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pickering, in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Moore, of Blythedale, came Monday for a short visit in this city at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moore. Mrs. J. B. Thompson returned Fri day to her home at Van Wert after visiting a few days in this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Gard ner. Mrs. Anna Curry returned Saturday from Humeston where she had been visiting for a couple of weeks at the home of her brother, Geo. O. Gard ner. C. J. Muse and wife returned Sat urday to their home at Humeston after a short visit at the home of his father, John H. Muse, southeast of Leon Mrs. Eliza Bowman, of Chicago, an aunt of Dr. F. A. Bowman, came last Thursday for an extended visit at his home. She is in very poor health and came here to receve treatment. She was accompanied to this city by a trained nurse, the home of Mr. Stevens' parents, Miss Poke Oney, of southeast of Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Moore. days at the home of Mr. Sharp's par town, went to Mt. Ayr Monday even- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Trimble re- ing to visit a few days at the home of turned Tuesday afternoon to their Sharp's cousin, Miss Laura Sharp, of her cousin, Mrs. R. E. Fisher. home at Chariton after visiting a few Ladoga, Indiana, who had been vis F. S. Beach, of Pleasanton, was in days in this city at the home of her Cainsville freight did not run he had I Miss Mamie Kuchel, of Holstein, ,Dr- Bert Gardner, who is working in a of Grover Clark, near this city, went cigar factory at Albia, came in last! to Des Moines Saturday to visit a few Saturday to visit a few days with!days before returning home. relatives and friends in this city. Mrs. Susan Reid, of Lincoln, Neb., accompanied as far as Chicago by his Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ash, of Des and her daughter, Mrs. Cora Albert- daughters, Mrs. F. E. French, of St. Moines, came Friday and visited a 'con, of Bethany, Neb., came Saturday Cjty. -MM. Miss Fay Evans returned Monday evening to her home at Davis City after a visit of a few days in this city at the home of her uncle, D. A. Dale. Mapleton, Iowa, were in Leon Mon- E. E. Doolittle, of near Davis City, Mrs. Wm. Fenimore and children Eugene and Marie, returned Satur- day to their home at East Peru, Iowa, after visiting a few days in this rlfc? a~ "i® °f her LEON Your Tailor Is .He Up-to-Date? If you want to be dressed up—so that your friends will ask the address of your tailor—you need not go fuither than Langreder. Some new arrivals today—make the Fall and Winter Fabrics at their best. We are*maintaining a high standard for our $25.00 suits a higher standard than ever before— in fabric—stle and workmanship. Trousers $ 6,00 to $12.00 Snits.... $25.00 to $50.00 WM. LANGREDER W. W. Richardson, general man ager of the Clarinda Poultry Co., spent a couple of days in this city the latter part of last week looking after business matters connected with their big plant in this city. MERCHANT TAILOR John Palmer, of Grand River township, came over Tuesday even ing for a day's visit with his sisters in this city. He leaves on Thursday for a trip of several months to his old )iome in England. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Cash and two sons returned Thursday to their home at Villisca, after visiting a few days in this city at the home of his brother, Winfield' Cash, and other relatives in this county. Miss Louise Moore, who has been teaching at Lorimor, came Tuesday evening to visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. L. Howard, the school there have closed on account of sick ness among the pupils. Mrs. Libbie Losey, of Meadow Grove, Neb., who was visiting at the home of her grandson, Will Beckley, in this city, left Friday for Coats- v.'"e home of her nephew, F. M. Coder, tives before returning home. being on her way home from a visit' Miss Eldora Boeger, of Denver, with friends in Chicago. I Colorado, who had been visiting with Mrs. James O. Taft spent a few: relatives at her old home at Davis hours in Leon Monday, being on her! City, was visiting in this city last way to her home Jn South Dakota Thursday, going from here to Mt. after a visit at the home of Dr. R. F. Pleasant for a few days visit. Mo., where she will visit rela- Mr- on 1 days visiting with relatives and the home of his sister, Mrs. J. W. turned Saturday from Pittsburg, friends in that vicinity. Bowman, went to Woodward, Iowa, Penna., where they attended the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harmon went Tuesday to visit relatives. 1100th anniversary of the Christian to Pleasanton last Thursday for a Mrs. J. B. Barry, of Bethany, and church, and also visited a few days short visit at the home of their Mrs. George Barry, of Stanberry, daughter, Mrs. Bert Chew. Mo., returned home Tuesday after They and Mrs. Orel Estes, of Deca- business connected with the open- inS of the new Estes Cafe in this city, went from bere t0 loolc and Davis City after their restaurant at that Mrs- J- M- Chastain re- with relatives at various points in Indiana. Mrs. H. C. Bird returned last Saturday to her home in Denver, Colorado, after a visit of several weeks at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Boyer, in Eden township, and her sister, Mrs. Belle Gunter, in this city. George B. Cooper, of Davis City, was tbe. Mo- Leon Monday, looking after remodeling of the south hotel, a montl1 ready yet before the hotel is to open. Mrs- Ed sliarP la8t ents- and 8l8ter' went to Bethany, Thursday to visit a few She ^as accompanied by Mr. iting at the for a few Miss Eula Sharp home in this city days. w- F- left Monday for Washing- ton' D- c-» where they tew weeks Mrs- J- c- Mr- Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wilkinson and closing out sale on Wednesday, daughter, Mrs. Emma Wilson, of Nov. 3rd day, being on their way home from a was a business visitor in Leon last visit at Quincy and other points in Saturday and favored The Reporter Illinois. with a pleasant call. He recently Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Anderson, of returned from a trip to South Dakota, Mt. Ayr, who had been visiting with but did not buy land as reported, and relatives at Fairfield, Btopped off in we are pleased to hear that he has this city Saturday to visit over Sun- not made up- his mind to leave old day with his sister, Mrs. Rhoda Decatur county yet. Stanford. C. W. and W. A. Moore returned Atz, of Osceola, and brother, J. K. Williamson, near this daughter Olive, of AYoodland, were Mrs. A. P. Coontz and in Leon last Thursday, going to De- Mrs. J. N. Estes and daughters catur City where they visited over Olive and Ruby, who had been visit- J*'6ht at the home of their son, Henry ing at Davis City, were in Leon Fri- Coontz, and then went .ta^iorning to day, being on their way to their at ^he home of Coontz former home at Pleasanton for a 8'3ter, Mrs. Jackson Bixler. visit. C. W. Konklin, of northeast of Aunt Katie Caster, Mrs. Mattie town, returned last Friday from a Johnson, Mrs. Margaret Duffield and trip to Miller, S. D., where he bought Miss Anna Duffield went to Osceola 160 acres of improved land and will Saturday to attend the big meeting move there in the spring. He was in of the Brethren church in progress Leon Saturday and had The Reporter there. print sale bills for him advertising a gaturday from Hitchcock, Where di Mr8, Okla., they attended the golden wed- anniversary of their parents, Mr and Mrs. C. W. Moore, Sr. They also stopped and visited at Richmond, J. Li. Gardner. Mo., and brought home a bucket ef Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rowell went to delicious Missouri persimmons, which Des Moines Saturday and visited over The Reporter man was permitted to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. sample Warner, who will leave the coming Mr. and Mrs. Ira Muse, of Omaha, week for their future home at Salt came ln la8t Frlday for a few dayB Lake City, Utah. visit at the home of his brother, John Mrs. Frank Matthews and children, H. of Buffalo, Mo., who have been visit- Muse is a conductor on the U. P. R. ing relatives at Weldon, came to r„ running out of Omaha. Con Leon Monday evening to visit a few ductor Muse had quite a little fun days before leaving for their new out of his brother at the depot, as home in Oklahoma. he arrived on an early train and was E. S. Conger and N. M. Woodward, at the depot when John came in. of Cainsville, were over night vis- He recognized him, but John did not ltors in this city last Friday, being know him and had promised to give compelled to spend the night here on the supposed stranger a ride out to account of the Cainsville freight not a neighbor's as soon as his brother running that evening. Muse, southeast of Leon. Mr. arrived. WM -K vS J. W. Beavers, of Carleton, Neb., and his brother, T. E. Beavers, of Oaks, Neb., who were visiting at the home of their brother, J. S. Beavers, at Woodland, went to Davis City Fri day to make a §hort visit with their sister, Mrs. Nora Lindsey, before re turning home. They have both re sided in Nebraska for a number of years, and report good crops this year. Both have prospered in Ne-" braska, having bought land while it' was cheap and they are pretty well fixed financially. Salesman Wanted—To look after our interests in Decatur and ad jacent counties. Salary or commis sion. Address The Victor Oil Com pany, Cleveland, Ohio. FINE WINDOW DISPLAYS BOOST LEON by making your place of business attractive. LEON ELECTRIC CO. Help us to make Leon the best lighted city in southern Iowa. Do yon hold your book or a either of these Waight and daughter wil1 ter' MrB- G- A- Wo°d- Joe' spend a at the home of his daugh- They were SaV IOWA Mrs. A. L. Ackerley, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Dwight Davis, of Oskaloosa, who was here visiting went to Lamoni Thursday for a short visit with their mother, Mrs. Davis returning Thursday evening to her home at Oskaloosa. Mr. and Mrs. John Pace, of Has tings, Iowa, returned home Monday after visiting over Sunday with rela tives in this city. They had accom panied the remains of their grand mother, Mrs. Jane Loving, to Corydon where her funeral was held on Fri day. She died at their home at Hastings on Tuesday of last week, her death being due to paralysis. Mean-much to your business and much to your city—if they are weM lighted. Yon can have. them well lighted if yon let ns put in a few Tungsten Lamps. The current is turned on our window lighting cir cuit early in the evening and off at 10:30, Saturdays 11:00. Yon have no bother—it's all controlled from our switchboard. We want yon to ask us about it. read? If you do yon need some correc tion for yoor vision, one is too near, the other too far. Notice your boy or your girl when reading and see if the posi tion of the book or paper is like either of these. If so, bring them to ns and we will tell yon what the trouble is and give the proper correction. The eye troubles of children should be corrected at the earliest opportunity. They never outgrow them without aid. The tronble only increases in severity and becomes more permanent and harder to correct with the advance of time. Cross corrected in children may be out grown and glasses laid aside on reach ing maturity. We guarantee onr work in every particular. Yon must be satis fied or money refunded. Cross eyes and muscular trouble our specialty. Respectfully yours, W. S. BEAR DECATUR, IOWA We're "Turning Night Time Into Day Time." We're wiring residences and stores at the rate of two a day, putting in those splendid Tungsten in most places. We can do your job of wiring on shore notice now. We have plenty of experienced help, and every job gets the personal supervision of either Mr. Smith or Mr. Johnson. If you turn us loose on your building your lighting troubles are ended. $» LEON ELECTRIC CO Help us to make Leon the most beau tifu^jligh^L city in southern Iowa.