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The Leon reporter. (Leon, Iowa) 1887-1930, December 09, 1909, Image 4

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PURELY PERSONAL
Marion Woodai'd had legal busi
ness at Lamoni Monday.
George Irwin, of Lamoni, had
business in this city Tuesday.
Mrs. C. C. Coffin, of Decatur City,
was a visitor in this city last Friday.
Mrs. James Lake, of Decatur City
was visiting in this city last Friday.
E. Logan, of near Lamoni. was a
business visitor in this city Monday.
C. M. Bedell, of Kellerton, was a
business visitor in this city Monday.
W. A. Alexander and L. D. Miller
had business at Pleasanton Tuesday.
John Fulton returned Monday
from visiting a few days at Keller
ton.
Mrs. Willard Smith, of Eden
township, was visiting in Leon Mon
day.
Charles Spargur, of Davis City, was
a business visitor in this city Tues
"day.
A. C. Crown, of near Pleasanton,
had business in this city last Thurs
day.
A. M. Hoy, of Leroy, was a busi
ness visitor in this city last Thurs
day.
Mrs. Allie-Walker, of Van Wert,
was a visitor in this city last Thurs
day.
Miss Ida Creal, of Decatur City,
was visiting in this city last Thurs
day.
Mrs. Dol' Johfison, of Akron. Mo.,
Was trading in this city last Thurs
day.
C. A. Sutherlin, of Davis City, was
a business visitor in this city last
Friday.
Mrs. W. S. Snyder, of near Garden
Grove, was a visitor in this city last
Friday.
Abe Goodman, of Garden Grove,
was a business visitor in this city last
Friday.
Dr. J. S. Coontz, of Garden Grove,
was a business visitor in his city last
Friday..
H. F. Turner went to Keokuk last
Tuesday to visit a few days with
friends.
Attorney B. M. Russell of Lamoni,
was a business visitor in this city
Monday.
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James Wilson, of Garden Grove,
was a business vlstor in this city last
Tuesday.
Charles Dingman, of near Block
ley, was a business visitor in this city
Tuesday.
Thomas Harris, of near Saline,
Mo., was a visitor in this city last
Thursday.
Guy Davis and little son, of Pleas
anton, were visitors in this city last
Thursday.
S. W. Robbins, of Decatur City,
was a business visitor in this city last
Thursday.
Joe Dale, of near Pleasanton, was
a' business visitor in this city last
Thursday.
F. M. Walker, of Pleasanton, was
a business visitor in this city last
Thursday.
C. A. Griffin, of near Pleasanton,
was a business, visitor in this city last
Thursday.
Grover Hamilton, of Kingston,
was a business visitor in this city
last Friday.
Mrs. Francis Riddle, of Decatur
City, spent a few hours in this city
last Friday.
Mrs. Samuel Farquhar went to
Des Moines last Thursday for a visit
with friends.
F. W. Hembrey, of near Decatur
City, was a business visitor in this
city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Townsend, of
Decatur City, were visitors in this
city Monday.
W. H. Painter, of near Decatur
City, was a business visitor in this
city Tnesday.
Albert Manning of near Kellerton,
was a business visitor in this city
last Thursday.
C. W. Hoffman went to Des Moines
Tuesday afternoon to attend to some
legal business.
J. R. Day, the new photographer,
returned last Friday from a business
trip to Chariton.
J. H. Lighthill, of near Decatur
City, was a business visitor in this
city last Thursday.
C. E. Tansey, of Weldon, was
looking after real estate buiness in
this city last Friday.
Orville Spencer, of near Pleasan
ton, went to Lamoni Thursday even
ing for a short visit.
Mrs. Anna Perk,s returned last
Thursday from a short visit with rel
atives at Burrows, Mo.
Gift Furs of Merit at Al
most any Price Desired.
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No matter what expenditure is
contemplated, the gift seeker is cer
tain of making a satisfactory selec
tion from this immensz assortment.
t^This extraordinary showing of
all that is new and desirable in furs,
affords you the season's best oppor
tunity to make your fur purchases at
advantageous prices.
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4Beyond all doubt this splendid
collection together with our own com
plete stock, will make the most won
derful fur exhibit that Leon has ever
seen.
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All day Friday, Dec. 10th.
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Deputy sheriff Forest Lorey re
turned Friday afternoon from a bus
iness trip to Pleasanton.
Grover Jennings and wife went to
Garden Grove last Thursday to visit
a few days with relatives.
Mrs. W. S. Bear and daughter
Lucille, of Decatur City, were vis
itors in this city last Friday.
S. H. Lorey returned Thursday to
Pleasanton after spending a few days
with his children in this city.
G. E. Snyder and Charles Strana
han, of Mt. Ayr, were business vis
itors in this city last Thursday.
Port Bowsher returned Monday
evening to his home at Lamoni after
visiting a few days in this city.
George LaFollette and daughter,
Miss Mary, returned Thursday even
ing from a short visit at Osceola.
E. E. Dougherty returned last Fri
day from Chariton, where he had
been for a few days on business.
Ralph Shelton, of Decatur City,
came Thursday evening and made a
short visit with friends in this city.
Mrs. Oscar Judd and daughter,
Mrs. Bernice Keefe, of Davis City,
were visitors in this city last Thurs
day.
Miss Fannie Clark went to Des
Moines last Thursday to visit at the
home of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Par
rish.
A. L. Shepliard returned Friday to
his home at Red Oak after a spend
ing a few days in this city on busi
ness.
Dr. and Mrs. W. V. Ellis returned
Tuesday evening from Ames, where
they had been visiting for a couple of
weeks.
Miss Georgia Gardner returned
last Friday evening from a visit in
Des Moines with her sister and other
friends.
Rev. Ray Shipman, of Lamoni,
passed through here last Thursday,
returning from a short visit in Des
Moines.
Mrs. Margaret Duffield, of north
of town, returned last Thursday
from a month's visit with relatives
at Osceola.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Merritt, of
Odessa, Mo., came Friday to visit a
few days at the home of J. L.
Mitchell in this city.
Rev. J. H. Burrows, of Cainsville,
came last Thursday for a short visit
at the home of hi£ daughter, Mrs.
Will Lewis, west of town.
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THE LEON KKt'OHTKH. THUKSUA) DECEMBER 9, 1809.
Dr. W. C. Ward, of Garden Grove,
was in Leon Monday on his way to
Grand River to All his appointment.
Harry Craigo and wife, of Garden
Grove, came Monday to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pickering.
Winfield Cash returned Friday
from a trip to Des Moines, where he
attended the annual convention of
Iowa Implement Dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Holt, of
near Princeton, were in Leon last
Friday, being on their way to La
moni to visit for a few days.
A. W. Stearns, who is looking
after the collection of delinquent
taxes for the county, spent Sunday at
his home in Garden Grove.
Miss Anna Smith returned Monday
to her home at Blockley, after visit
ing for a week in this city at the
home of her uncle, Millard Gardner.
Mrs. J. H. Merrill, of north of
town, left last Thursday for Clinton,
111., being called there by the serious
illness of her father, B. T. Mitchell.
Joe S. Warner, of Hereford,
Texas, who was visiting with his
wife and mother in this city, left Fri
day 011 a business trip to Craig, Mo.
Miss Fay Evans, one of the oper
ators in the Leon telephone ex
change. went to her home ar Davis
City Monday evening to visit a few
days.
Mrs. Sarah Wallace and son
Joseph Spencer, of Clarinda, return
ed home Friday after visiting a few
days in this city at the home of Lyss
Cross.
Geo. P. Campbell, P. F. Earley and
Orville Frazier, of Davis City, were
in Leon Tuesday evening, taking
some degrees in the Royal Arch Mas
on lodge.
Dr. and Mrs. D. B. DeKalb re
turned Thursday to their home at
DeKalb after a short visit in this city
at the homes of their daughters, Mrs.
L. P. Van Werden and Mrs. E. H.
Sharp.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bowsher return
ed Friday evening from Des Moines
where they spent a few days attend
ing the Iowa Implement Dealers'
annual convention and visiting with
friends.
A Beautiful Exhibit of High and Medium Grade Furs,
Friday, December Tenth.
The entire sample line of one of the world's best fur houses will be offered
tor sale, and any piece from this splendid collection will be delivered to the pur
chaser on the day of the sale.
Mrs. Sarah Ford of Enid, Okla,
returned Tuesday from a business
trip to Presho, S. D., and will visit
in this city a few days at the home of
her brother, Arthyr Forbes, before
returning home.
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R. M. Mlllsap returned Friday to
his home at Decatur City after vis
iting a few dayq with his son in this
city who is here receiving medical
treatment.
Miss Jennie Hartshorn returned
Thursday evening to her home at
Lamoni after a short visit in this city
at the home of her cousin, Mrs. C. E.
Henderson.
W. H. Young, of near Grand
River, came down last Wednesday
and visited over night in this city at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. L.
Mendenhall.
C. H. Cudney, the Lamoni plumb
er who is doing the work on J. R.
Bowsher's new residence in this city,
returned Monday. evening to his
home at Lamoni.
Rev. J. D. Corbitt returned last
Thursday to his home at Weldon,
after visiting a couple of days in this
city at the home of Rev. Chas.
Arthur Coakwell.
Col Chas. Woods, the well known
auctioneer, of near Princeton, Mo.,
was in Leon last Thursday, being on
his way to Davis City to cry a sale
for George Rook.
Miss Rena Gatlin, who has been
visiting here for several months at
the home of her sister, Mrs. L. W.
Orr, left Friday for a visit with rela
tives at Shenandoah.
Mrs. Chet Pullin, of Akron, Mo.,
returned last Friday from a visit at
Shenandoah, Iowa. Mr. Pullin and
little son Fay met her at Leon to
accompany her home.
J. J. Sears, of near Decatur City,
was in Leon last Friday, being on his
way home from Garden Grove, where
he visited at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. W. S.- Snyder.
Mrs. T. T. Johnston and daughter
Helen returned Thursday to their
home at Grand River after visiting a
few days in this city at the home of
her sister, Mrs. V. R. McGinnis.
E. E. Dougherty, the photo postal
man, went to Des Moines Tuesday
to purchase some new photo appar
atus. He leaves next wek for Chari
ton, where he will open a new gallery.
O. F. Reed, of Davis City, was a
visitor in this city last Thursday. He
is still walking with a cane, having
been laid up as the result of an acci
dent several weeks ago when a team
crossing the Davis City bridge struck
him as he was riding across on horse
back and cut a nasty gash in his leg.
A Practical Furrier will
Conduct this Sale.
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Mr. W. G. Bruner, of Decatur City,
was a visitor in this city last Thurs
day, and made this office a pleasant
call. He expects to leave the com
ing week for an extended visit with
relatives at Chatham, Va.
Clark Biddison, of Cainsville,
stopped off in this city last Friday
to visit his sister, Mrs. H. A. Wright,
while returning from Des Moines,
where he attended the Iowa Imple
ment Dealers' convention.
Mrs. Andrew McCartney and chil
dren, of Mt. Aetna, who have been
visiting at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Elliott, south of
town, went to Kellerton Tuesday
evening to visit her sister, Mrs. O. E.
Moore.
Mrs. B.D. DeKalb, of DeKalb, and
her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Landis, of
Grand River, came Monday evening
to visit a few days in this city at the
home of the former's daughters,
Mrs. L. P. Van Werden and Mrs. E.
H. Sharp.
Miss Jennie L. Forrey, of Kalispel,
Mont., stopped off in this city last
Thursday to visit a few days at the
home of her cousin, Mrs. Millard F.
Stookey, in this city. She was re
turning home from an extended visit
in the east.
Brice McDonough, a former well
known farmer of Center township,
who recently left here to seek a new
location in the west, has purchased
a big tract of land near Guyman,
Okla., and they will make their fu
ture home there.
Mrs. J. II. Evans departed last
Thursday for Caldwell, Kas., where
she will visit a few weeks at the
home of her brother, John T. Smith,
years ago a well known resident of
this county, who resides on a big
farm just across the line in Okla
homa.
Mrs. J. W. Rowell went to Afton
Friday to visit a few days at the
home of Judge N. W. Rowell, and at
tend the golden wedding anniversary
of Judge and Mrs. Rowell on Mon
day. Dr. Rowell and son Edgar and
Mrs. A. L. Curry also went to Aftoa
on the early train Monday morning.
We are anxious to make the
street lighting system perfect. If
you will notify us by telephone or
otherwise as soon as you discover &
street arc or incandescent not burn
ing we will consider it a favor.
You are urged to take advan­
tage of this opportunity. The gentle
man in charge knows furs from A to
Z. You are welcome to his expert
opinion. His advice may prove val
uable to you.
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^The same broad guarantee
which covers our own stock will be
given with any piece or garment se
lected during this sale.
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*hA visit to our store on the day
of this great sale will surely prove
interesting and instructive to you.
We are anxious for you to see the
display. Whether you make a selec
tion or not you are welcome.
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All day Friday, Dec. 10th.
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Leon Electric Co.
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