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PURELY PERSONAL
Ivan McCorkle left Monday for
Creston.
Rev. J. A. Armstrong went to Der
by Saturday.
Fred Teale had business at Lamoni
Tuesday evening.
Miss Alice Jeffries was visiting in
this city Monday.
H. Q. Quiett had business at And
over, Mo., Monday.
E. E. Dunn was a business visitor
at Davis City Monday.
C. F. Miller visited over Sunday
with relatives at Chariton.
Mort Shell, of Decatur City, was a
visitor in this city Monday.
Miss Agnes Pickens went to Davis
City Tuesday for a short visit.
Mrs. Henry Miner visited at Pleas,
anton Saturday between trains.
Mrs. A. O. Kennell, of Van Wert,
was a visitor in this city Friday.
Alonzo Fulton, of Davis City, had
business in this city last Friday.
Attorney B. M. Rusell, of Lamoni,
had business in this city Friday.
Mrs. H. R. Fisher, of Decatur City,
was a visitor in this city Tuesday.
Mrs. E. W. Teale, of Davis City,
was a visitor in this city Monday.
James Boldman, of Davis City had
business in this city last Saturday.
A. C. Mintoyne, of Ridgeway, Mo.,
was a visitor in this city Tuesday.
E. O. Lovett, of Garden Grove,
had business in this city Monday.
L. A. Brown, of Davis City, had
business in this city last Thursday.
Mrs. Orel Estes and daughter Fern
were visiting at Davis City Friday.
D. E. Morgan, of Humeston, was a
business visitor in this city Friday.
Sam Hatton, of Tuskeego, was a
business visitor in this city Tuesday.
David Shaw and wife visited over
Sunday with friends at Grand River.
Mrs. R. M. Black, of Davis City,
,^vas a visitor in this city last Friday.
C. A, Wright, of Brush, Colorado,
^*was a visitor in this city last Friday
Mrs. Fred Ramsey, of Van Wert,
"was a visitor in this city last Friday.
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Mrs. H. W. Potts, of Garden Grove,
j^was a visitor in this city Monday.
Mrs. J. F. Hacker, of Van Wert,
•V was a visitor in this city last Satur
day.
s.„,.
Dr. J. W. Wailes of Davis City, was
^-a business visitor in this city last Fri
day.
1:*' T. Butcher, of near Davis City, was
a business visitor in this city last Fri
day.
*4 C. B. Simpson was visiting with
friends at Davis City Monday even
ting.
John Fulton was visiting with
friends at Kellerton Tuesday even
ing.
,2, Mrs A. M. Severe, of Davis City,
I was in Leon last Thursday on busi
y* ness.
Mrs. S. B. Bullock, of Davis City,
\^was visiting in this ity Monday fore.
^Vnoon.
A. L. Ackerley returned Tuesday
$.1 evening from a business trip to Grand
W** River.
Attorney Marion F. Stookey had
w, legal business at Pleasanton last Sat
Ifesurday.
i?, J. N. Estes, of Davis City, was a
business visitor in this city last Sat
urday.
A"
Earle Bennett and wife returned
Saturday from a visit with friends at
Leslie.
Prof. Ervin Spencer, of Pleasanton,
was a business visitor in this city last
Friday.
.. M. F. Thompson, of Van Wert, was
a business visitor in this city last
Friday.
John Robertson, of Davis City, was
a business visitor in this city last
Friday.
Mrs. J. B. Hampton, of Van Wert,
was a business visitor in this city last
Friday.
Mrs. L. D. Ray went to Garden
Grove Friday for a short visit with
•friends.
Uncle Bill Rhea went to Humeston
Tuesday to visit a few days with old
friends.
i. Omer Whisler, of near Cainsville,
was a business visitor in this city
Monday.
Mrs. R. M. Black, of Davis City,
-was a business visitor in this city
-Monday.
Dr. J. S. Coontz, of Garden Grove,
had professional business in this city
Tuesday.
C. W. Sutherlin, of Davis City,
.was a business visitor in this city
Tuesday.
Mort Shell, of Decatur City, spent
Thursday and Friday in this city on
business.
Jenk E. Wright, of Ckariton, was
in Leon last Friday on real estate
business.
Anthony Radnich, of Davis City,
was a business visitor in this city last
Saturday.
P. C. Watsabaugh, of Van Wert,
was a business visitor in this city last
•Thursday.
H. L. McClaran, of Davis City, was
a business visitor in this oity last
Thursday.
H. C. Watson, of Decatur City, was
a business visitor in this city last
Thursday.
O. C. Clark left Tuesday to visit a
few days with his family at Skid
more, Mo.
J. M. Lantz, of near Lamoni, re
turned Tuesday from a trip to Water
town, S. D.
Mrs. Bert Woodard returned Thurs
day evening from a few
ft Stf
dayB
visit in
Des Moines.
Mrs. J. C. Cozad, of Decatur City,
was a visitor in this city last Thurs
day evening.
Mrs. C. F. Miller-returned Tuesday
from a few days visit with relatives
at Cha'riton.
,v llrs. D. R. Springsteen, of Decatur
^.City, was a visitor in this city Mon
ies? /day evening.
Harvey Akes went to Garden Grove
^,Thursday to attend tfhe reunion and
F'*-v visit friends.
Miss Ollie Acton, of Davis City,
was visiting with relatives in this city
last Saturday
J. H. Jones and wife returned Mon
day from a viait with relatives at
Gardes Grove.
W. A. Ramsey, of near Van Wert,
was a business visiter in this city
Ma&t Thursday.
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Miss Mabel Briggaman went to
Clarinda Tuesday to visit a few days
with her sister
Prof. T. H. Riggle and family, of
Decatur City, were visitors in this
city last Friday.
Miss Mabel Chase left Tuesday for
Indianola( to resume her studies at
Simpson College.
Mrs. J. C. Reuss, of Decatur City,
came Monday evening for a short
visit in this city.
Miss Carrie Cummins went to La
moni Saturday and visited over Sun
day with friends.
J. E. Sutherlin went to Davis City
Friday to visit a few days with rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Renfro went
to Clarinda Tuesday to visit a few
days with friends.
Mrs. J. Culver and Mrs. S. Shaw,
of Garden Grove, were visitors in
this city Tuesday.
Dr. E. W. Doolittle, of Garden
Grove, was a business visitor in this
city last Saturday.
Miss Ruby Gardner went to Garden
Grove last Thursday and visited a few
days with friends.
G. M. Jennings and wife went to
Derby Saturday and visited a few
days with relatives.
H. R. Fisher and wife, of Decatur
City, were visiting friends in this
city last Saturday.
Miss Elva Campbell returned Fri
day from a few days visit with home
folks near Blockley.
Mrs. W. A. Poush and baby went
to Grand River Friday to visit a few
days with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stempel visited
over Sunday in Osceola with Mr. and
Mrs. John S. Parrish.
J. Q. Lockwood, of Woodland, re
turned Saturday evening from a few
days visit at Tingley.
J. H. Pitman returned Monday
evening from a few days visit with
friends at Van Wert.
Mrs. W. G. Jeffries returned Mon
day afternoon from a visit with her
parents at Davis City.
Miss Mabel Chase returned Sunday
from a visit of several weeks at vari
ous places in Illinois.
Misses Ressie Creal and Hazel Rid
dle, of Decatur City, were visitors in
this city last Saturday.
M. E. Parsons and wife left Tues
day for Humeston, where they will
make their future home.
George Roberts returned last Sat
urday from a few days visit with
friends at Garden Grove.
Lawrence Frost, of northwest of
Decatur City, was a business visitor
in this city last Thursday.
Miss Pearl Epperley returned Sat
urday evening from a few days visit
with relatives at Weldon.
Miss Ethel Scott went to Garden
Grove Thursday to visit a few days
with relatives and friends.
Geo. M. Gore, of Redding, was a
business visitor in this city Tuesday,
going from here to Mt Ayr.
S. A. Johnson and J. F. Smith,
of the Leon Electric Co., had busi
ness at Humeston Monday.
John Norton was down to Ridge
way, Mo., last Thursday looking after
some horses in that vicinity.
Miss Neva Curry returned Thurs
day evening from a few days visit
with friends at Decatur City.
Esta Armstrong returned today to
Pella to resume his studies at the
Baptist college at that place..
Rev. C. W. Reeder returned Satur
day evening from a business trip te
Centerville and Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. C. B. Simpson went to Davis
City Saturday evening and visited
over Sunday with her parents.
Mrs. W. W. White, of Des Moines,
returned Friday from a few days visit
with her sisters at Pleasanton.
Mrs. Charles Beasley went to Gar
den Grove Thursday to visit a few
days with relatives and friends.
A. D. McCollough, the Chariton
horse buyer, was in Leon Tuesday
and bought a car of fine horses.
Mrs. Amanda Osborne went to
Cainsville Thursday to visit a few
days with relatives and friends
Mrs. T. H. Schenck went to De
catur City Thursday to visit a few
days with relatives and friends.
Wrill McKern and little daughters
returned Monday evening from a visit
with relatives at Council Bluffs.
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Penniwell vis
ited over Sunday at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Throckmorton at Derby.
Francis Varga left Monday for
Iowa City, where he will attend the
State University the coming year.
John Hyland, of Osceola, came Fri
day to do some civil engineer work
for various parties in this vicinity.
Miss Fern Pryor went to Garden
Grove Thursday and visited a couple
of days with Miss Anna Hoadley.
Mrs. Ralph Frost, of Garden Grove,
came last Saturday to visit a few
days with relatives in this vicinity.
C. M. Keller returned Saturday
evening from Des Moines where he
had been for a few days on business.
E. W. Pace, of Creston, Iowa, came
in Saturday to visit a few days with
relatives in this city and vicinity.
Miss Hazel Lionberger' returned
Saturfiay from a three weeks visit
with friends at Correctionville, Iowa.
Mrs. Nancy John and Mrs. U. G.
John returned last Thursday from
a visit with friends at Bethany, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gardner went to
Humeston last Friday to visit a few
days at the home of Geo. O. Gardner.
Miss Zora Cummins went to Van
Wert Saturday and commenced a fall
term of school near there on Monday.
W. H. Shields, of Grand River, was
a business visitor in this city last
Saturday, coming down in his auto.
G. W. Machlan returned Saturday
from a visit at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Geo. P. Britt, at Davis City.
Mrs. R. M. Bennett, daughter,Mary
and son, Harry, left Monday for a
visit with relatives at Alcester, S. D.
Mrs. R. R. Peters and her mother,
Mrs. Sarah Finch, left Saturday for
a visit with relatives at Darlington,
Mo.
George and Milan Sanger, who are
working at Shenandoah, came home
Saturday evening to visit over Sun
day.
John W. Rush returned Tuesday
to his, home at Sedalia, Mo., after
visiting for several weeks in this
city.
Mre. Clyde Pickering returned to
her home at Decatur City Friday af
ter a short visit with relatives in this
city.
Mrs. Leoni Evans returned Tues
day evening to her home at Davis
City after a visit with friends In this
city.
Patrick Griffin returned Friday to
his home at Grand River after spend
ing a few days in this city on busi
ness.
Mrs. J. J. Miner went to Pleasan
ton Saturday to visit a few days at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edd
Still.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson Cain went to
Grand River Saturday to visit a few
days at the home of their son, James
Cain.
^Milo Lee and Miss Nina Bowman
returned last Thursday evening from
a visit with relatives at Woodward,
Iowa.
Raymond Little, Paul Stookey and
Clive Alexander went to Garden
Grrve Thursday to attend the re
union.
Miss Estella Tuller, of south of
Leon, returned Saturday from a few
days visit with friends at Garden
Grove.
Mrs. W. T. Culp, of Clarinda, was
in Leon Tuesday, being on her way
to Bethany, Mo., for a visit with rel
atives.
John Cornett, of near Decatur City,
returned Friday from Bethany, Mo.,
where he expects to move shortly to,
a farm.
Mrs. W. H. Barnthouse and son,
Monroe, of Weldon, visited over Sun
day in this city at the home of A. B.
Tansey.
Mrs. Harl Williamson went to St.
Joe Saturday to visit a few days at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Stewart.
Miss Lilah McKinley went to Van
Wert Saturday and commenced a fall
term of school north of that place on
Monday.
Mert Cogad, of Eden township, re
turned last Thursday from Chicago,
where he had been with a shipment
of stock.
Miss Josephine Johnson departed
last Thursday for Grinnell, Iowa,
where she will attend college the com
ing year.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Blair, of Seat
tle, Wash., were in Leon Saturday, be
ing on their way to Lamoni to visit
relatives.
Miss Essie Hamilton went to Gar
den Grove Friday, to visit a few days
at the home of her brother, E. W.
Hamilton.
Wallace Blair, foreman of the Her
ald Printing House at Lamoni, was a
business visitor in this city last
Thursday.
Miss Eula Waight returned Friday
from a visit of several months at the
home of her sister, Mrs. F. E. French,
in St. Joe.
Mrs. J. C. Atz and little daughter,
of Osceola, came Tuesday evening to
visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
F. Waight.
Mrs. M. Latta and children de
parted Tuesday for Kansas City,
where they expect to nfake their fu
ture home.
Mrs. S. A. Buffum, of Garden
'Grove, came Tuesday to visit her
daughter, Mrs E. O. Alexander, for
a few days.
Miss Gladys Edwards, of Osceola,
came Friday evening and visited a
few days at the home of J. A. Casstei*
in this city.
Miss Blanche Brann returned last
Friday from a two months' visit with
relatives at Chanute and other points
in Kansas.
Miss Lola Brazelton returned
Thursday evening from a visit at De
catur City with her siSter, Mrs. Ar
chie Havens.
Miss Lois Millsap, of Decatur City,
left last week for a visit with her
sister, Mrs. T. M. Caldwell, at Car
thage, S. D.
Mrs. R. L. Leeper, of Pleasanton,.
was in Leon-Saturday, being on her
way to Lamoni to visit over Sunday
with relatives.
L. L. Long returned last Thursday
evening from a trip to Big Horn and
other points in Montana and other
western states.
M. S. Sullivan returned Saturday
evening to his home at Kellerton af
ter visiting a few days with relatives
in this vicinity.
Mrs. E. S. Grimes, of Davis City,
came Saturday and visited over Sun
in this city at the home of her son,
M. F. Grimes.
Mrs. Harry Craigo, came last Sat
urday and visited a few days at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Pickering.
Grover Tye, who is a student in
the Leon High School, went to his
home at Pleasanton Tuesday evening
for a short visit.
Mr. O. H. Cook, of Salem, Iowa, an
old friend of Mrs. E. E. Bell, came
Friday for a few days visit at their
home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Beard, of Osceo.
la, came down Sunday evening and
visited until Tuesday afternoon with
friends in this city.
W. L. Riley and family, of Davis
City, were in Leon Thursday after
noon, being on their way home from
a visit at Cainsville.
Mrs. E. D. Parker, of east of Leon,
went to Van Wert Friday to visit
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Park
er, who is quite sick.
Mrs. C. E. Weable, of Lamoni, was
Mrs. Mary J. Ross, of Leroy, came
Monday to visit a few days at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. W. E.
Trisler, near this city.
Mrs. Rose Singer, of Chicago, who
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. G. B.
Cooper, in this city, spent Friday
with friends at Ltimoni.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Davis re
turned Monday to their home at Des,
Moines after spending a few days
with relatives in this city.
A. B. McClaran, of Hamilton town
ship, came to this city Monday to,
attend to his duties as member of|
the board of supervisors.
JudgeH.
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THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,.
1910.
Evans and court
ing adjourned for the term/
re-1
Mrs. Louisa Cordle and daughter,
Miss Sarah, of Cainsville, were In
this city Saturday on their way to Mt.
Ayr for a visit with relatives.
Mrs. C. M. Bedell, of Kellerton,
was a visitor in this city last Friday,
being on her way home from a visit
with friends at Decatur City.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion F. Stookey
and Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Wasson
spent Sunday with friends in Osceola,
making the trip in their auto.
Mrs. C. K. Cherrihgton, of Decatur
City, came Saturday evening to visit
a few days in this city at the home
of her son, Charles Cherrington.
Miss Lois Moore, of north of Leon,
returned Saturday from St. Louis,
where she had been visiting at the
home of her brother, E. O. Moore.
Mrs. J. M. Jones, of Davis City,
was in Leon Saturday visiting her
sister, Miss Laura Lovell. She re
turned home on the evening train.
Mrs. S. P. Goin, who was visiting
in this city at the home of L. P. Van
Werden, departed last Thursday for
her home at Cour d'Alene, Idaho.
Miss Mate Parrish returned Thurs
day evening from a visit of several'
weeks with her sister, Mrs. E. V.
Lawrence, at Downer's Grove, 111.
Mrs. M. E. Stiffler, of Norwalk, re
turned home Friday after visiting for
several weeks in this city at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Guy Stark.
Wm. Gilbert, of Leonard, N. D., a
former resident of this city, came in
last Thursday to attend the funeral
of his mother, Mrs. H. R. Gilbert.
Miss Venice Ruark, of Glidden,
Iowa, returned home Tuesday after
visiting a few days in this city at
the home of her uncle, I. N. Ruark.
Mrs. E. Whisler and son, Jesse,
returned M6nday to their lome at
Ridge.vay, Mo., after a cliort visit
at the ho jc of
c3.
Whiter :n this city.
Geo. E. Hurst Claude W. Rob
inson returned last Friday evening
from Des Moines, where they had
been attending the K. P. grand lodge.
Judge J. W. Harvey and wife re
turned Friday evening from Lake
Okoboji, where they spent the sum
mer at their cottage at Camp Leon.
Miss Lyda Epperley returned
Thursday evening from Van Wert,
where she had been visiting at the
home of her brother, Will Epperley.
Mr. and Mrs. P.* W. Hoyt, of Ma
rengo, Iowa, came last Thursday
evening to visit a few days at the
home of J. W. Wagner, near this
city.
Mrs. J. I. Vicroy and two sons, of
Chariton, came last Saturday for a
short visit at the home of her sister,
Mrs. George Watsabaugh, in this
city.
Mrs. A. W. Smith returned Satur
day to he^ home at Tingley after a
visit at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Q. Lockwood, at Wood
land.
Mrs. Madge Stouffer returned Tues
day evening from Lincoln, Neb.,
where she had been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ers
kine.
Mrs. A. L. Curry left Wednesday
morning for Mason City to visit her
sister, Miss Cora Lunbeck, and may
decide to spend the winter at that
place.
Mrs. J. O. Garner, of Eden town
ship, returned Saturday from Gar
den Grove, where she had been vis
iting friends and attending the re
union.
Mrs. W. W. White returned Sat
urday to her home in Des Moines
after visiting for a couple of weeks
with relatives in this city and at
Pleasanton.
Misses Himena Hoffman and Eliz
abeth Boyd went to Indianola Mon
day afternoon where they will at
tend college the coming year at Simp,
son College.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Burroughs, of
Des Moines, came Monday evening
for a short visit at the home of Mrs.
Burrough's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Russell de.
parted Monday afternoon for Win
terset, where they will make their
home, Eugene having employment
at that place.
F. L. Conrey, Ira B. Officer, J. V.
Lemley and J. W. Long, all republi
can candidates for county offices, at
tended the Garden Grove reunion
last, Thursday.
Dr. O. B. Christie left Tuesday to
visit a few days with his father at
Marion, Iowa. He may decide to
not return to Leon and has another
location in view.
E. E. Dougherty and wife, of Sa
line, Mo., returned home Friday, af
ter visiting a few days at the home
of Mrs. Dougherty's parents, south
east of this city.
Mrs. Frank Keim returned Satur
day to her home at Tingley after vis
iting a few days at the home of her
brother-in-law, Charles Keim, in
Center township.
Mrs. W. R. Moore and daughter,
Miss Hazel, returned last Thursday
from Albia where they had been vis
iting at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Marie Stevens.
Judge H. K. Evans and reporter
S. S. Wright, of Corydon, passed
through this city Monday evening on
their way to Mt. Ayr, where court is
in session this week.
in Leon Thursday afternoon, being! Neb., who is visiting with relatives
enroute to Pleasanton to visit rel- at Lamoni, was in Leon last Friday,
atives for a few days. having been visiting friends at Deca-
Misses Hazel Gatton and Edith Par" tur City for a few days.
soms went to Pleasanton Friday to! Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Drake left Sat-
visit a few days at the home of their
uncle, James Parsons.
Clyde Owens returned Tuesday to
his home at Chariton after visiting
a few days in this city, the guest of
Miss Laura Leonard.
Mrs. Guy Spurrier, of Mitchell,
urday for Humeston, where they will
make their future home, Mr. Drake
taking a position as butter maker in
the Humeston creamery.
George Rockhold, the Lineville
banker, who was visiting In this city
at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. W.
Wasson, went to Cainsville Friday to
look after some business matters.
Mrs. Marion Woodard returned
Thursday evening from a six weeks'
visit with her daughters, Mrs. Archie
Littlejohn at Independence, Iowa,
and Mrs. Hoyle Gilreath at Yankton,
S. D.
W. H. Howard and S. C. Penni
well, who are building a new house
for Frank Binning near Kingston,
came home Saturday evening and
visited over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Burnette and
two sons, and Miss Josie Bruner, of
of Des Moines, came Tuesday to visit
porter S. S. Wright returned to their at the home of the ladies' sister,
homes at Corydon Friday, court har- Mrs. Fr&nk Chastain, of Eden town-
ship.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Elder, of Powell,
Wyoming, who were visiting at the
home of her brother, M. J. Shipley,
east of Leon, went to Albia Tuesday
to visit relatives before returning
home.
Oney Fesler, who has been visiting
for three weeks at the home of his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Oney, southeast of Leon, returned
Saturday to his home at Leavenworth'
Kansas.
Mrs. J. W. Chew and little daugh
ter, of Pleasanton, came up Thursday
and visited until the following day
with relatives in this city, when she
returned home with Mr. Chew in
their auto.
Mrs. Robert Bicknell, of Alliance,
Neb., who had been visiting at Davis
City with her sister, Mrs. J. N. Estes,
was in Leon last Thursday, going to
Pleasanton to visit a few days at her
old home.
Mrs. C. R. Riley, of Decatur City,
was a visitor in this city last Thurs
day. She was accompanied by Mrs.
Geo. Gray, of Kankakee, 111., who
with her husband is visiting at the
Riley home.
Mrs. T. P. Boyce, of north of De
catur City, and her daughter, Mrs.
F. L. Harsh, of Colby, Kas., were in
Leon last Thursday on their way to
Garden Grove to visit a few days with
old friends.
Grant McPherrin, the well known
Clearfield banker, came in Friday to
visit a few days with his father, ,Mr.
I. N. McPherrin, in this city. He was
on his way home from a business
trip to Chiago.
Mrs. S. E. Garber and baby de
parted Tuesday morning for their
new home at Cheyenne, Wyoming,
where Mr. Garber has been for some
time preparing a new home on their
claim near Cheyenne.
I. W. Gard, of Kansas City, was
an over Sunday visitor in this city.
Prof. Gard was principal in the De
catur City schools two years ago,
but is now engaged in the real estate
business at Kansas City.
J. E. Cummins, of Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, stopped off here Saturday morn
ing and visited until the evening train
when he went to Lamoni, being called
there by the death of his father-in
law, Mr E. A. Steadman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Royer and
daughter left last Thursday for their
home at Enid, Okla., after a visit of
several weeks at the home of her
mother, Mrs. W. B. McDonough and
other relatives and friends in this
city and vicinity.
H. M. Gilbert and family, of Leon
ard, N. D., former residents of this
county, came in last Thursday, being
called here to attend the funeral of
his mother, Mrs. H. R. Gilbert. Mr.
Gilbert is engaged in the meat mar
ket business at Leonard, and is doing
well.
There are many new bargains to
be found at Bradley-Wasson Merc.
CJO'B.
store now.
MO. 5489.
REPORT
of condition of the
Exchange National Banks
at Leon, in the state of Iowa, at the
close of business September 1,1910.
BBSOVROKB.
Loans and Discounts $151,597 39
Overdrafts, secured and unse
cured 7,554 71
U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation 35,000 00
Premiums on U. 8. Bonds 1,090 00
Bonds, securities, etc 1,300 00
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures 2,500 00
Other real estate owned 6,000 00
Due from National Banks (not
reserve agents) 97 86
Expense 10 94
Due from approved reserve
agents 6,407 03
Checks and other cash items 1,036 31
Notes of other National Banks 970 00
Fractional paper currency, nick
els, and cents 116 75
LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANE, VIZ:
Specie $7,313 25
Legal-tender notes 4,000 00 11,313 25^
Redemption fund with U. 8.
Treasurer (5% of circulation).. 1,750 00
Attest:
Phone No. 2 on 251
Prescription Druggists
Paints, Wall Paper, Varnishes,. Tooth
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VANWERDEN 4 KOPP
HORSES WANTED!
We will be at Marshall's brick barn in Leon on
Saturday, September 17th
to buy horses and mules of all kinds. If fat,
slight blemishes not objectionable. We
want 100 head for the eastern markets, 4
year old and up. to weigh 1400 pounds to as
large as they grow. 100 head for the south
ern market. 3 years old and up, to weigh 90t)
to 1250, must be fat. 50 fat plugs, and it
does not matter how old or what is wrong.
Will buy mules any size from 3 years old up.
We buy more horses and pay more iponey
than any other firm of buyers.
JOHN DAVIS^ C. M. HULL
St. Paul, Minn.
Total |226,744 Of
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $ 35,000 00
Surplus Fund 7,000 00
National Bank notes outstand
ing 35,000 00
Due toother National BankB... 607 60
Individual deposits subject to
check *46,894 19
Demand certificates of deposit.. 1,114 49
Time certificates of deposit 86,511 09
Bills payable, including certifi
cates of deposits for money
borrowed 14,616 67.
Total |226,744 04:
STATE OF IOWA I
Decatur County
I, A. L. Ackerley, cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
4
A. L. ACKERLEY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
[SEAL] 8th day of September, 1910.
STEPHEN VARGA, Notary Public.
J. P. HAMILTON 1
C. W. HOFFMAN
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J. W. WAILES
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