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!v,1 ii ifc: ALL PURELY PERSONAL Jj'JljllllUJj lu D. Miller Lad Rainess at Pleas anton Iftgt Saturday, Cbfde PickSnng visited ovei* Ssn» 4fajr at Decatur City. J. P. Penniwell had business at JteTis City last Thursday, yf T^aifi Visited over Sunday "•SiftiOiTils "family at Davis City. J. B. .StinpfsOn visited over Sunday -«ritta relatives at Davis City. W. A. Alexander was down at jfteasanton Friday on business. IX A. Dale, the optometrist, had business at Davis City Monday. Miss Dot Tye. of Pleasanton, was & visitor in this city last Saturday. C. M. Keller had real estate bu6i OBtesa calling him to Osceola Monday. Fred Gould, of Van Wert was a •business visitor in this city Monday. Mrs. C. A. Smith, of near Blockley, **8 a visitor in this city Monday. Mrs. C. R. Turner was visiting be tween trains at Pleasanton Monday. Ike Fisher, of Decatur City, was a Irasiness visitor in this city last Sat urday. Miss Blanche Woodard was visit jag with friends at Davis City last 5"riday. Frank Greenland, of Grand River, ~vaa transacting business in his c-ity Monday. Miss Georgia Seufer, of Garden 43rove, was a visitor in this city last Saturday. L. O. Attebury, of Cainsville, was a business visitor in this city last Saturday. Frank Bobbins, of near Decatur City, was a visitor in this city last Saturday. Mrs. G. W. Loghry, of Garden drove, was a visitor in this city last Saturday. Mrs. Martin Smith, of Garden Grove, was a visitor in this city last Saturday. John Robertson, of Davis City, was a business visitor in this city last Saturday. Sugene Moore and son Neal, of Decatur City, were visitors in this city Saturday. Nelson Smith and wife, of Burrell township, were visitors in this city "it last Saturday. J. Wesley Chew, the Pleasanton banker, was a business visitor in this city last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Daniels, of Garden Grove, were visitors in this «ity last Saturday. Carson Rhoades, the solicitor for the Journal visited over Sunday at bis home in Mt. Ayr. Patrick Griffin, of Grand River, came Saturday evening and visited over Sunday in this city. F. F. Fuller, of Mt. Ayr, was over last Thursday evening to attend Knights Templar lodge. Mrs. Nellie Flick returned Monday from Moscow, Idaho, where she had been for several months. G. A. Acton, of near Grand River, returned home Saturday after a visit with relatives in this city. HfU nqfr' "TAii in Vt iti Wm. Mcintosh, of Davis City, had business in this city last Friday. Eli Virden and Ray Robb, of near Decatur City, returned last Saturday from a visit at Moweaqua, 111. Mrs. J. L. Phipps and daughter, Mtsfl Rut*, Garden Grove were visitors in this ciiy last, Marion and J&m&i SiTnirifefMftft, of Southeast of Leon, visited over Sun day with relatives near Kellerton. j&E&a V. Harvey returned Fr4py evening froffl CtmUrvilW SmferS tie had been for a few days on business. MtB* H4ff"y Crouse, of Cainsville, Wlas fri Leon Monday, being on her way to Bethany, Mo., on business. Elder J. S. Coffin went to Keller ton Saturday evening to fill his regu lar appointment to preach on Sun day. T. H. Schenck came over from De catur City Saturday evening and vis ited over Sunday at his home in this city. W. A. Brown, of C-enterville, was in Leon between trains Saturday, visiting with his many friends in this city. Mrs. Roy Biddison and little son went to Cainsville Saturday to visit a few days with relatives and friends. Harry Wright returned last Fri day from Des Moines, where he at tended the Implement Dealers' con vention. F. C. Mullinnix returned to Hum eston Monday afternoon after visit ing over Sunday with his family in this city. George Watsabaugh went to Deca tur City Monday, where he has the contract for plastering the new I. O. O. F. hall. Dan Alley left Saturday on a trip to Polk City and Madrid, where he went to see about buying corn to ship here. Mrs. Bryson Bruce and daughter, Miss Mary, of Garden Grove, were visiting with friends in this city last Saturday. Mrs. A. L. Curry went to Afton Monday afternoon to attend the golden wedding of Judge and Mro. N. W. Rowell. W. A. Simpson, of Mt. Ayr, came in Monday morning from Chicago and spent the day with relatives and friends in this city. Arthur Judson, who was laying brick on J. R. Bowsher'8 new house, went to Lamoni Saturday evening to visit over Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Follmer, who has been teaching school near Grand River, came home Saturday evening to visit a few days. Mrs. C. M. McGuire, of Center ville, came Friday to visit a few days in this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ed H. Alexander. Mrs. Will Gardner returned last Wednesday from a week's visit at the home of her brother, Ed K. Pit man, at Northwood, Iowa. Mrs. J. H. Robinson came up from Davis City Saturday morning and spent the day in this city visiting h«r sister, Mrs. J. W. Honnold. Mrs. Margaret Waight. of Humes1 ton, came Saturday evening and vis ited over Sunday in this city with her sister, Mrs. James^W. Hurst. I i. im^ I II I ii' II I II yn »|ft I|I 17ft 11 V%.hitqft 11 I Miss Muffit Montogomery, of Pueb io, Colorado, came last Thursday for a visit at the home of her cousin, Ed H. Alexander, and other relatives in this city. F. E. Thompson, of Des Moines, traveling salesman for Marshall Field & Co., of Chicago, was visiting among 2any THE LKON KKPOR115K. TAUKSDA1, DECEMBER 9. 1009. With the Largest and Most Attractive Stock of Holiday Goods Ever Together Under One Roof In Leon, la. ~rrr friends in this Mrs. R. F. Throckmorton, of Derby, came down last Friday and visited a couple of days in this city at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Penniwell. Mrs. S. J. Koger returned Monday from a few days visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Bonser, at Bethany. Mrs. Bonser accompanied her home for a 6hort visit. C. C. Merritt and wife, of Odessa, Mo., who were visiting in this city at the home of their uncle, }. L. Mitch ell.^wept to Davis" City Monday to visit revives ii$ tbat.vlcinity. James G. Springer and little grandson, James Stone, left Satur day for Eldon to join Mrs. Springer, who haa been visiting with her sister at that place lor several weeks. S. H. Covington, of Grand River, came Monday to attend the Bpecial session of the board of supervisors. Will McKern left Monday after noon on a business trip to Albia. Miss Maude Adams, of Van Wert, came Monday to visit a few days with relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Samuel Bender, of Cainsville, was in Leon Monday, being on her way to Bethany. -, G. W. Smith, of Burreli township, one of the progressive farmers of that section, was in Leon Saturday, closing up the dear for the purchase of another 50 acre tract of land to add to his fine farm. Miss Nellie Smith who left the first of the week for her home at Big Horn, Wyoming, returned Saturday, having received a telegram enroute that her mother, Mrs. Wm. Smith, of Eden township, was dangerously ill. Robert B. Smith and sister, Miss Nellie, departed last Thursday for their home at Dig Horn, Wyoming, after visiting for several weeks at the home of their parents in Bden township. fident that it merits their careful inspection.- A Grand Showing for In Scarfs, Pins, Neckwear for Ladies' including the late Gold Trimmed Bows, Handkerchiefs and Hand Bags all suit able for Christmas gifts. 1 clt*' last Friday, W. G. Sw't'er returned Saturday (0 hi* aome at Lamoni aftfer visiting for a couple of days in this city at the home of his daughter, Mrs. B. W. Lanning, Mrs. D. F. Purcell and daughter Dena, of Omaha, came Saturday evening to visit a few days in this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Renfrow. Geo. P. Campbell, the well known insurance and real estate man of Davis City, had business in this city Saturday and favored this office with a pleasant call. Mrs. Earl Trisler returned Satur day to her home at Humeston after visiting a few days in this city at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Pickering. M. F. Oxford, Porter Reeves, T. W. Hall, Fred Crouse and T. D. Law head. of Cainsville, were visitors in Leon Monday, being on their way to Bethany on business. Don't be afraid of a little fun at home, good people. Don't shut up your house lest the sua should fade your carpets, and yotiF hearts lest a laugh should shake down a few of the musty old cobwebs that are hang ing there. If you want to ruin your sons, let them think that en4v.i«ent TRUTH ABOUT CATARRH. Sensible Methods Will Cure it. P. Van Werden Guarantees Hyo mei to Cure Catarrh. Catarrh can never be cured by tak ing medicines into the stomach nor by sprays, atomizers or douches. Intelligent physicians have long ago discarded such ideas and not one of them would be worth consideration were it goffer ^be fact tliat uiidcrup^ ulous persons prey upon tbe ignor ance of tne people in regard to new discoveries. Cartarrh Is caused by germs and just as long as these germs thrive in the folds, crevices, nooks and corners of the mucous membrane that lines the nose, throat and chest, just so long will you have catarrh There is only one way to cure ciatarrh, and that is to kill the germs. There is only one remedy that will kill the germs when it gets where the germs are, and that is Hyomei. Hyomei is made chiefly from Aus tralian Eucalyptus and Eucalyptol combined with other germ killing antiseptics. Ji|st breathe it through the hard rubber inhaler that comes with each outfit and' relief is immfe£ iate. Used regularly for a few weeks Hyomei (pronounced High-o-me) will cure chronic catarrh. Complete outfit ?1.00 at L. P. Van Werden's, and leading druggists everywhere. MI-ONA Cuies indigestion It relieves stomach misery, sour stonK a& belching, and cures all stomach dis* cms or noney baek. Large bos of tab* lit* 60 oenta. Druggists all towns. We are proud of this stock—it represents the consumation of months of hard work, careful forethought and prudent buying, but this year, much earlier than ever, we can show our friends and customers the result, con COME IN AND GET OUR PRICES ON YOUR NEEDS. CONSIDER THE QUALITY. Bradley-Wasson Merc. Co. LEON IOWA MuBt be left at the threshold without when they come home at night. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, »b they cannot reach tbe dis e*se4 portion ol t^e ear., There Is only one way to cure/detffhesp aad that la by coastitvtion&I remedies. Deafnens is cauaed by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deaf trass is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and thin tube restored to its normal condi tion, hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an iuHatned condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give one hundred dollars for any case of deaineHs (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by HalPs Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars free. J. F. Chbket & Co., Toledo, O. Rold by Druggists. 75c. Take Hail's Family Pills for constipation. When a woman is very auspicious of men it is a sign she has been fool ed a few times. The rural mail box is a sort of postofflce on one leg. a'' V" i** Oli *L nll«. »i mlkmi •••. W I These \k \kt $ 1 I W. if* A Complete Showing of Shoes For men, Overshoes, Hose, Neckwaer, Shirts, Hats, Clothing, etc. A large line of Shoes for women and children. Dry Goods of Quality and Low Prices. 4 "I wish I knew what to give." That is the worry of many a person at the holiday ffcason. What would be more approprate than some article from Farquhar Si Sons' Hardware Store that may be used every day') last for many yeats and be a. Vfc daily reminder of the giver as long as it lasts? ifis ifr Silverware, Nickel Plated Ware, Enameled Ware, Pocket Knives, Razors, Skates, Sl.ot Guns, Air Guris, Carpet Sweepers, Carving Sets, Meat Roasters, Sad Irons, Washing Machines, Clothes jfy W:ingers, Steel Ranges, Tools of all kinds.. acre vv% only a feW suggestions.- Let us W show you our stock of useful, durable,, sensible v* $ presents for the home or holidays. HARDWARE LEON lew* DRAIN TILE For prices and information write OTTUMWA BRICK CONSTRUCTION CO* OTTUMWA, IOWA & We're in with St. Nicholas fjfi Q* IV & & The Park. Hotel is serving a snec- ,ia) Sunday dinner. Try them once and you will become a, regular cus~ tojnepv Save 4 per cent by paying, cash tuning, witl* us. Qgjjlvle & Gardner. miUP V20R BA1U9 BELLA.