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I. af mi All Corn Flakes are Signature High Patent The breakfast Were we perfect, which we are not, medicines would not often be needed. But since our systems have be* come weakened, impaired and broken down through indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages, through countless generations, remedies are needed to aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat of stomach weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov JTi glyceric compound, extracted from native medio* anal roots—sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eatings Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal Derangements, the "Discovery" is a time-proven and most efficient remedy. The genuine has on Its outside wrapper the Vqy can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-alco* nolic, medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as oandy. A Special Warning to Iowa Women not Toasted Corn Flakes. SSSS There are many attempted ig(k! v/iA14 None Genuine without this signature Remedies are Needed Going? Going? Going to have a public sale this fall? If you are I want a chance to cry your sale. Have had nine years of practical experience, and the many sales I have cried in Decatar county prove that I know my business, and every person who has employed me will testify that they were more than satisfied with my services. I guarantee absolute satisfaction and 1 never disappoint you or send another auctioneer to fill my dates. Terms —1 per ceat. Dates can be secured by addressing me at Leon, Iowa, or by writing or phoning to The Leon Reporter office. RILEY BUCHANAN New Grocery I have purchased the grocery store of Harry J. Vogt & Co., and will continue the business along the same lines which has made this store so popu lar. Many new goods have been ordered and with in a few days the stock will be complete in every department, 1 will handle the well known Davis City mill flours King of Iowa and will have meal at all times, in and see me. £. BUELL The Rcportcr for Sale Bills Plansifter I ask you to call the original genuine Kellogg's of them begin to compare in general excellence—in deliciousness of flavor—with the genuine. Be sure and ask for Vn 11 TOUTED COM nAKS CO. CORRESPONDENCE. Blockley Xo. I. George Stephens and sons Macy and Otto, were Leon visitors Satur day. Gene Tuller returned to his home at Woodland Sunday morning after helping Joe Dobson the past week on his new house. Charley Hatfield has been on the sick list the past week but is better at this writing. Mrs. Hiram Hatfield has been very sick for a couple of weeks, but at the present time is much improved. Lew Dobson and family, of Line ville, visited last Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dobson. Ray Ellis visited with Charley Dob son Saturday night and Sunday. Qrover Huston, of Pleasanton, passed through here Monday on his way to Leon. Charley Dobson bought a fine lit tle driving horse of Grover Huston Monday. Quite a storm passed through here Sunday evening. Several large trees were blown down, corn shocks car ried away and hay stacks blown over, considerable damage being done. Mrs. John McNelly and daughter Gertrude visited at Charley Hatfield's last Thursday. Joe Dobson had business at Davis City last Thursday. James Parker was in these parts buying stock last Thursday. Miss Gertie McNelly is helping Mrs. Charles Hatfield with her sew ing this week. Thomas Guthrie threshed cane seed for the neighbors last Saturday. D. P. Leahy has been putting up his millet hay the past week. Charley Hatfield has been on the sick list the last few days. Miss Sarah Truitt has been visiting with her neice, Mrs. Sadie Jones, the past week. John McNelly and family visited at Charley Hatfield's Sunday. James Marvin's barn burned down on Saturday of last week but we did not learn the particulars. Thomas Guthrie had business at Leon Monday. Fred Jones and wife visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Steph ens, Sunday. John Weidner and wife called on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dobson Sunday. John Lovett and family started lor western Kansas Monday, and will find a location and make it their fu ture home. Several of the Blockley people had business at Leon Saturday. Mrs. Charles Hatfield and Mrs. John McNelly are expecting to start to central Nebraska Monday for an extended visit with relatives and friends. Center. Corn will probably average from twelve to twenty bushels. About the same amount of wheat sowed as last year. Jesse Ridgeway is feeding a lot of hogs. Ralph Baker will have a sale and move about Jan. 1. Mr. Ironsides is helping Clay Har ris underpin his farm house. Julian Harris has W. H. Howard building him a farm houSe. John Wasson is building a large sheep shed. George Baker has a large hay and stock barn on hand. Mr. Boyce had business at Decatur City the past week. Eugene Curry and wife and some friends visited at Mr. Boyce's. Several of Center's farm houses have new roofs. John Harris had a barn burn and Hacker Bros, lost four head of horses. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly, strengthens the lungs and expels colds. Get the genuine in a yellow package. Bell & Robinson. JLEON REPORTER, THDRSDAI, NOVEMBER 11, 1909. imitations being sold in Iowa, but none Possum Trot. Ross Judd was a business caller at Frank Worden's Monday. Mrs. Ross Judd went to Davis City Tuesday for a few days visit at the Oscar Judd home. Mrs. Hugh Smith was a business caller at Weldon Tuesday. Mrs. Lloyd Smith had the misfor tune to run a pitchfork in her ankle Wednesday, which caused her to call a doctor. Those calling at Lloyd Smith's Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Hugh Smith and son, Mrs. Butler Wilson and Mrs. Frank Worden. Mrs. John Wallace and son and Mrs. Charley Meacham were calling on Mrs. Frank Worden Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Worden and Mrs. But ler Wilson spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lloyd Smith. Mrs. Lew Smith was a business visitor at Weldon Thursday after noon. Mrs. F. Worden was calling at Henry Delk's Friday morning. Mrs. Ross Judd came home from Davis City Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lew Smith was calling on Mrs. Lloyd Smith Friday afternoon. Mr. A. Pollard has had a phone put in his house. Mrs. C. Meacham spent Friday af ternoon with Mrs. Ross Judd. The barn on the Harris brothers farm which they recently purchased from Decker & Rexroat, or better known as the S. O. Hingston farm, burned Saturday morning about 3 o'clock, and a double crib was also burned. Four head of horses be longing to the Hacker brothers were burned in the barn. There was not a thing saved from the barn but two head of horses. Ross Judd and Charley Meacham delivered hogs at Weldon Saturday morning. Mrs. C. Meacham and Mrs. Frank Worden were business callers at Wel don Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Hugh Smith and Miss Clarice Sigler were Weldon callers Saturday afternoon. There were quite a number spent a very pleasant evening at Charley Worden's Saturday evening. Mrs. Arthur Worden spent Satur day with Ina Fronk. Mrs. F. Worden called on Miss Ina Fronk Saturday morning. Ross Judd and wife were calling at C. Meacham's Sunday afternoon. Butler Wilson and wife spent Sun day near Leslie, at the home of V. D. Mullen. Bradney. Another fine rain Sunday. The ground will be in good shape for fall plowing. The box supper at Bradney school house Friday night was a success socially and financially. The pro ceeds of the evening were $24.45, which leaves a balance in the treas ury of ?5.95. B. E. Gardner has built a new cemant cave and J. B. Snyder is hauling cement for one. J. R. Perdue went to Des Moines Wednesday, and visited until Mon day. William Waller and family were caught out in the storm Sunday evening and did not return home until Monday. There will be Sunday School at Bradney next Sunday. The school children at Bradney are enjoying a two weeks' vacation. Rick Barrett went to Davis City to mill Tuesday. Dan Sullivan is visiting at the home of Rick Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. Elwell and Mr. and Mrs. Palmer were visiting at the home of J. B. Snyder and family last Thursday. J. W. Mullin's sale was well at tended last week and things brought good prices. Stops itching instantly. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, itch, hives, herpes, scabies—Doan's Ointment. At any drug store. New liiifla. J. F. Hagan is building a new house. He purchased the lumber from a Chicago firm. Myles Boeger has built a new barn on his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Flora are the proud parents of a fine eleven pound boy. Miss Laura Attebury, of Davis City, spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. O. L. Fetty. Mrs. S. O. Sprinkle, of this place, and Mrs. Samuel Hamilton, of Al bany, Mo., spent Friday with their sister, Miss Katie Dobozy, who is working for Mrs. Thomas* Sutherlin, of north of Davis City. Mrs. Fred Epperley, of Leon, vis ited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hardinger. Miss Nora Patterson is working for Mrs. Guy Flora. Mrs. J. B1. Hardinger is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Fetty departed Monday for their new home in Kan sas. B. F. McDaniel is building an addi tion to his house. New Buda school has lost two of their pupils, Miss Cora Hardinger at tending High School at Leon and Ora Petty at Davis City. Mr. Stephen Dobozy came back from Dakota, but only stayed here a few days. He says nothing like Da kota for him. Ed Flora and Oscar Judd shipped two cars of hogs to St. Joe. Dutch Fetty sold a dog to a man named Smith, of Garden Grove for $8.00. Frank Flora gave him the dog when he was but a pup. Makes blood and muscle faster than an other remedy. Gives health, strength and vitality. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea towers above all other remedies for making sick people well and uappy. Purifies the blood, makes flesh and muscle, cleanses your system. W. C. Stempel & Co. Orphan Ridge. The Barlean boys built a new hen ery the past week. Mrs. Hiram Hatfield is much bet ter at this writing. L. A. Durell is numbered among those who are sick at this writing. The Manchester boys are erecting quite a barn on their farm just south of town. Mrs. Fred Jones and Miss Sarah Truitt spent Tuesday at George Stephens. Tom Guthrie spent Sunday at the home of W. M. Mitchell. Mrs. Joe Dobson and son Charles had business at Leon Saturday. Lee Davis spent Sunday at W. M. Smith's. Gilchrist Johnson, of Davis City, was in these parts Monday shaking hands with his many friends. W. M. Barlean called on C. A. Hatfield Sunday. Hank Millsap, of near Davis City was in these parts Sunday. Jacob Butts and family spent Thursday and Friday at Davis City. James Blake and George Saund ers were buying calves here Monday. James Campbell bought a couple of calves from Lon Fulton Friday. Lee Davis and Roy Blake spent Sunday at the Saunders home. Several of our farmers have com menced to crib corn. They report a very poor yield. Where is the R. F. D. Xo. 'A writer. Why don't he come to the front. Ray Ellis spent Sunday at the Dob son home. Fred Jones and family visited over Sunday at George Stephens'. Mrs. C. A. Hatfield and Mrs. ,J. W. McNelly started Monday for Broken Bow, Neb., to visit relatives and friends. Tney expect to be gone a couple of months, as Mrs. McNelly has four brothers and a sister living there. Lew Dobson and family, of near Lineville, spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dobson. T. J. Guthrie and Charley Ding man, of Blockley, had business at Leon Monday. Robert Good, of Leon, came down Monday to do some plastering for T. J. Guthrie, and will also plaster the new house Joseph Dobson recent ly built. Forced Into Kxile Wm. Upchurch, of Glen Oak, Ok lahoma. was an exile from home. Mountain air, he thought, would cure a frightful lung-racking cough that had defied all remedies for two years. After six months he returned, death dogging his steps. "Then I be gan to use Dr. King's New Discov ery,"he writes, "and after taking six boiftles I am as well as ever." It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases. Infallible for coughs and colds, it dispels hoarseness and sore throat, cures grip, bronchitis, hemorrhages, asthma, croup, whoop ing cough. 50 cents and $1.00, trial bottle free, gnaranteed by L. P. Van Werden. Pleasant Valley. Xo. 1. Mrs. Horace Quigley and Mrs. Mary Bullimore were visiting with Mrs. George Virden one evening last week. Mrs. Adam Zika and daughter, Leila, were visiting at Henry Quig ley's Sunday. R. A. Hill and family, of near Leon, were visiting at George Vir den's Sunday. Mrs. George Virden and daughter, Mabel, were visiting with Mrs. Oiler one evening last week. Mrs. O. C. Ingledue and daughter, Alice, of Indianola, are visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Matteson. Mrs. Era Robb and daughter Mary were Leon callers Thursday. Miss Goldie Sly was staying with Mrs. Robert Woods last week. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any oase of Catarrh that cannot be eared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CUBNET ft Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to earry out any obligations made by their firm. WHST 4 TRUAX, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. WALDIHG, KINNAN ft MARVIN, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting cHroetlj upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Prioe 75c. per bot tle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills tor constipation. 1 1 A Constipation Remedy Free There is no action of your daily life of greater importance than to see that your bowels move. They should' move at least once a day naturally, and by that is meant without any help^ If they do not move at least once a day you can consider yourself con stipated and it is time you did some thing about it. You will be glad to know ther® Is a way out of the difficulty. Lem uel Landerdale, an old soldier at Quincy* 111., Elmer McMillan, of Speed, Mo., Mrs. Monahan, of Stonewall, Miss., and many others were as you are now. But on» day they awoke to the fact that Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin was curing their friends, so they bought it too and It cured them. Today they are loud in praise of it. What Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin did for them It should do for you. Surely your constipation is no worse than theirs, oo« of whom had It since '61. It only remains for you to realize that salts are of but temporary good, and what you want is & permanent cure that purgative tablets, cathartic pills and such violent things make a great show of doing somethings but do nothing that is lasting. Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin is a scientific prepa ration, a laxative-tonic, a mild syrupy liquid that contains ingredients that not only cure the constipation, but tone thas Intestinal muscles so that they learor. again to work without help. A bottle cam be bought of any druggist for the smalt price of 50 cents, and there is a dollar site for families who have already found out its wonderful value in stomach, liver and bowel troubles, in old or young. Send your name and address to the doc tor and a free trial bottle will be sent yo« so that you can test it before buying. If there Is anything about your ailment that you don't, understand, or if you want any medical advice, writ* to the doctor, and he wilt answer you fully. There fa no charge for this service^ The address Is Dr. W. BL Caldwell, 500 Caldwell bldg-* Monticello, 111. To The Citizens of Leon Be4l & Robinson, Druggists handle Gilhooley's Irish Liniment, and they back it up with what might be called a Government bond. In fact a guarantee certifi cate goes with every bottle, to the extent that if Gilhooley's Irish Liniment does not cure Ec zema, Rheumatism, in any form, Salt Rheum, Lumbago or any skin ailment, you are out nothing, as the druggist you bought it from will give back your money and take the certificate for his pay. The matter is entirely in your hands. Gilhooley Irish Linimeat Co. ST. PAUL, MINN. 52-26t Notice Just received a car load •of feed stuffs, about all kinds. Choice German Millet and Amber Cane Seed. Prices always right. Come and see. TALBOTT GRAIN CO. W. H. Hall, Mgr, Leon, Iowa The Black Jack BOB Will make the season of 1909 at the feed yard one block north of the Leon pub lic square. He is geod size and good bone and a good breeder. TERMS—$8.00 to insure. MULLIN & HULL, Keepers. Chas.Penisten Shoe Shop! We6t of Exchange National Bank. I do all kinds of repair and custom work in a work manship manner. Iowa Steam Laundry Co. Anything from finest silk fibre to heavy wool curtains. Dye Works in connection Send Basket Monday and Wednesday J. A. CASTER, Agent J. W. ROWELL DEN Tim v'-3 '"'A it.sa 1 'I 4 V2 .(Pi 'H *5 ""Vi I :i4 AU work'doo. first-cUm* nn tMi. Oaoetn Lon( Moefc.