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Miss Ethel Bridger and Miss Lela
Fogleman called on Miss
Miss Lena Finkbone spent Monday
night with Ethel Clough.
Miss Veta Eaton spent Sunday
with Willa Bee Armstrong.
Mrs. Charley Bridger and Mrs.
Jake Miller assisted Mrs. Erts cook
for threshers Thursday forenoon.
Will Miller and family spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Green
Those who called on Mrs. Ed Erts
Sunday were Millie, Ethel, Dorothy
Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shelton.
Frank Beers is no better at this
Orr Stone and family called on M.
J. Miller and family Sunday.
Sunday school at Pleasant Hill was
well attended Sunday.
Mrs. Will Armstrong returned
home Saturday from Timber Lake, a.
D., where she had been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. C. L. Akes for the
past three weeks.
Abe and Clifford Miller made a
business trip to Leon Saturday.
Earl Sutherlin assisted Ed Cave
with his work this week.
Mrs. Drue Kelley returned home
Sunday from Oklahoma and various
points in the west, making the trip
with her brother and wife in their
The weather has been somewhat
warmer the last few days.
Ruby Brown spent Saturday and
Saturday night with Hazel Graham.
Mrs. Andrew Waldner and baby
departed for their home in Freeman,
S. D., Wednesday. They have been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
day to visit a few days with her sis
ter, iurs. Lawrence Wilson.
Miss Wilma Johnson spent Satur
day night with Estella Starr.
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Those who spent Saturday with
Miss Edith Spargur called on Mrs.
Cora Starr Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Cora LaFollette of Cainesville
has been visiting her mother, Mrs.
John Moore the latter part of this
Those who spent Tuesday at the
Spargur home were Mrs. James
Drury and daughters, Mrs. Miller,
*irs. Andrew Waldner and baby,
Rosa Wilson .and daughter Blanche.
Page and Grace Drury called on
Edith Spargur Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Mooro of Pleas
anton spent Sunday with John Moore
The ladies of the Embroidery Club
met Thursday afternoon, August 19,
with Mrs. Steve Trisler and Sept. 2,
with Mrs. Nora Thompkins. Refresh
ments were served and very enjoy
able afternoons were spent with each
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Alley and chil
dren of Crown spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Hinebaugh.
Miss Ruth Wagner spent Sunday
with Miss" Carrie Rosengrant.
School began Monday the sixth at
iWhito Oak with Miss Lionberger as
iacher, at Wilson with Miss Wilma
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stiles and
daughter Dorothy left Thursday in
their auto for North Dakota to visit
at the Frank Hickman home.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stiles are stay
ing at the Bert Stiles home during
Mrs. John Scott who has been
Tery low with typhoid fever and
pneumonia is a little better at this
Mrs. Guy Kelley and batfy of near
Creaton are here visiting at the Chat.
Mrs. Ira Luce and baby Margaret
came the first of the week from Cam
tola, where they had been visiting
for some time at the Warnock home.
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Miller and
Frank Foust left Saturday for Bowl
ing Green, Mo., to visit at the Ira
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Daniels of Gar
den Grove were auto riding in this
1 Yicinity Monday.
Will McKern, the fruit tree agent
from Leon, was canvassing here Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gibson and Bert
Gibson and family were Sunday
guests at the Delbert Smith home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wagner accom-
panted Miss Bertha Jones to Leon
Monday where she took the train for
her home in Des Moines, having
Coughs That Are^ Stopped.
Careful people see that th®y
strong Tuesday evening.
Miss Ruth Miller called on Miss
Ina Greenhalgh Thursday afternoon.
Miss Willa Armstrong returned
home Wednesday evening from Gar
den Grove where she had been visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. E. P. Hamilton.
Mrs. Ed Beers and son Irvin were
Decatur csfllers Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hale of Decatur
called on Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Miller
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Mrs. Nell Still were Mrs. Christina
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Mrs. Kate Still helped Mrs. John
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Mrs. Jim Osborn and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
spent her vacation at. the Wagner applications, as they cannot
tiAMA vASfih tVia rilsAneAri
Mrs. Minnie Woodmansee and
daughter Miss Thelma were, business
callers in Leon Monday.
Miss Dartlo Martin is staying with
Mrs. L. J. Little again.
Mrs. John S. Gardner and Mrs.
Sam Southern started for Des Moines
Tuesday morning by auto to attend
the state fair.
Mrs. Ed Rumley was an early
morning passenger for Lamoni Wed
nesday to spend the day with her
aunt, Mrs. Lucinda Wimer, returning
that evening accompanied by Mrs.
Wimer who came to spend a few days
visiting relatives and friends in and
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Woodmansee
and daughter Miss Thelma were Sun
day visitors at the Geors^ Woodman
see home west of Decatur City.
Carl and Frank Southern spent
Sunday afternoon with Warren Rum
Walter Honn was an over Sunday
visitor with his sister, Mrs. Emma
Mrs. Fred Painter and son of Leon
are guests at the A1 Vanpelt home
Alva Baker and Virgil Robinson
are threshing in this vicinity.
Miss Nina Still and little neice
Ruth and Jack Strode were callers at
the Rumley home Friday forenoon
John Myers and family of Leon
were Sunday visitors at the Joe
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ghormley and
son Hugh of Des Moines and Mr. and
Mrs. Millard Gardner of Leon were
callers at the John S. Gardner home
and at the Lee Little home Sunday
Miss Bessie Upfield of near Delray
spent Saturday night with Miss Jen
Mrs. Bert Adams of Koyle accom
panied by Miss Edith and Ronald
Sears of Decatur City spent Friday
at the Ed Rumley home.
Misses Zora Cummins and Alpha
Riddle were guests of Miss Jennie
Ross Sunday afternoon.
Miss Zora Cummins began the fall
term of school at Lone Star Monday
iu urury. James Stephens home were Fred Ten
Grace Drury went to Saline Satur-
Those who spent Sunday at the
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ife and little daughter Izora,
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Aldus Payton and wife and little
G. W. Smith and son Frank were
Decatur callers Tuesday.
Frank Noftsger aud family were
OiMl Jniirvli Vcltno onH Vinlfl.. /"I n»nn 1 Itr«a aann in
Still and daughters Velma and Viola,
Mrs. Nora Craig and Mrs. Jim Os
jn this locality Wednesday
George Creal was seen in these
Dell Wiley passed through these
Minor cook for threshers Saturday. a--*
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Seth Da
uuuh. iui luiraumo Sant McGahuey and son Mahlon
and Mrs. Homer Davis spent
Those who vtefe Decatur
:b. inose wno were uwaim
Miss Jewell Drury went to Leon gaturday were Alvie Bridger, Lewis
Saturday, where she intends to go to Stephens, Susan Bedell, Pearl Steph
—(school this winter. q«o onH alstAr flarrifl.
doing cement work at the Hill
ens and sister Carrie.
Several from here attended the
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Rolla band concert at Leon Saturday even
Miss Iva Stephens assisted Mrs. Ai
Payton cook for threshers Friday and
Lewis Stephens and wife and son
Loren and Susan Bedell had business
in Leon Monday and were accompan
ied home by his sister-in-law, Iva
Stephens, for a few days visit.
Mary P. Bond was a Decatur caller
Frank Sellars and Ed Fest and two
sons were in this locality Tuesday.
Bert Maynard and J. W. Stephens
had business at Grand River Monday.
Misses Pearl and Carrie Stephens
visited Wednesday with their aunt,
Mrs. Lewis Stephens.
Mrs. Mary P. Bond and sister Rose
Shields were Decatur callers Thurs
Those who were Decatur callers
Friday were W. B. Stanley, Loren W.
Stephens, Ida Gravatt and daughter
Ellen, Jim Stephens and wife and
Mrs. Walter Thompson and Miss
Pearl Stephens called at Bert May
J. F. Wion and wife returned from
the state fair Wednesday.
Mrs. John Mann and Miss Effie
Gentry helped Mrs. L. B. Moore cook
for threshers Monday and Tuesday.
Cecil and Fred Rhoadls were busi
ness callers in Lamoni Tuesday.
Granville and Earl Ryan called at
the Dusky Gentry home Friday.
Mrs. John Mann was on the sick
Several from this vicinity worked
on the new fence at the Elk cemetery
the past week. They will later put
in a new fence in front of the ceme
Mrs. L. B. Moore and Effie Gentry
•isited with Mrs. M. C. Ryan Wednes
Several from this vicinity attend
ed the L. D. S. reunion at Lamoni
Mabel and Zereta Bedell spent
Saturday night at the Margaret Wion
John Smith and wife and Fred
Wion and mother and grandmother
and John Wion and wire and son
spent Sunday at Coffeyburg, Mo.
D. Gentry and John Zimmerman
were Lamoni business callers Satur
J. F. Wion and family spent Sun
day at Allen Andreiw's.
L. B. Moore was a Lamoni caller
DeflfneSS Cannot Be Cured
reach the diseased portion fC the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deafness,
stopped. Dr. Kings New Discovery hearing, and when it is entirely closed.
is a remedy of tried merit. It has Deafness is the result, and unless the in-
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held its own on the market ror *o restored to its normal condition.
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its soothing and healing .qualities
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Pneumonia and lung troubles are oi »he mucous surfaces.
ten caused by delay of treatment. Dr.
King's New Discovery stop* that
hacking cough and relieves lagrlpp
tendencies, Money hack if it failii.
nd that is by constitutional remedies,
is caused by an inflamed condl
tion of mucous lining of the Eusta
chian Tube. When this tuke is inflamed
you"have a' rumbling sound or Imperfect
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cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
tion of the mucous surfaces.
Prof. H. J. Patterson of Cherry
vale, Kansas, returned to his home
after a three weeks visit with rela
tives in this vicinity. He will be
principal of the schools at Carona,
Kansas. Mr. Patterson was formerly
a New Buda boy and we are glad of
his success as one of the Kansas edu
John Gore and family of St. Joe
are visiting at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Frank Flora.
Miss Cora Hardinger visited with
friends at Decatur Saturday and
Joe Hagen jr. and family attended
Saints reunion at Lamoni Sunday.
Mrs. Earnest Hamilton and daugh
ter of Oklahoma returned home Mon
day after an extended visit with rela
tives in this vicinity.
Mrs. Nelson Attebury returned to
her home at Atkinson, Neb., after a
few weeks visit with friends and
relatives in this vicinity.
Sunday school is progressing nice
ly. Everybody is invited. Remember
every Sunday at the school house at
2 in the afternoon.
The new modern school house is
completed. It is sure a beauty, of
the bungalow style. It certainly gives
much credit to the carpenters, O. L.
Fetty and Everett Arnold by the rap
id rate at which they built it.
A few from here attended the fair.
School commenced at New Buda
with Cora Hardinger as teacher at
Ronnett with Amy Downey String
town with Anna Slaughter.
The Liberty school will commence
Miss Hazel Spurrier is visiting at
the home of her uncle, C. R. Boeger.
Mr. Tellier had relatives visiting
at their home from Illinois, driving
through in their car.
Fetty & Arnpld are building a mod
ern barn on C. L. Rudibaugh's farm.
C. L. Rudibaugh and daughter
Lois autoed to Princeton one day last
week. Miss Lois will teach near
Pleasanton the coming year.
Myles Boeger and family spent a
few days with Mrs. Boeger's sister,
Mrs. Myles Parkhurst and family
of near Pawnee, Mo., are visiting with
her father, Henry Terry.
Mrs. Dr. Jeffries returned to her
home in Chicago Saturday after a
week's visit with home folks.
Mrs. G. P. Campbell is visiting her
daughter at Chariton this week.
Mrs. Clarence Marble and sons Le
land and Paul returned home Sunday
after a week's visit at the home of
her aunt, Mrs. S. E. Newman, south
Miss Myrta Marble began teaching
school at the Jack Oak school Mon
day, Sept. 6 th.
Helen Wailes returned Saturday
from Kansas City after a two weeks
visit- with friends.
Mrs. Marion Hullinger left Mon
day noon for May, Oklahoma, being
called there by the serious illness of
her daughter, Mrs. Toney.
Arthur Burrell and wife returned
to St. Joe after several days visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Burrell and other relatives.
Mrs. George Carter of Geary, Ok
lahoma, visited at the home of Mrs.
Alice Marble, also spending several
days at the reunion last week of the
L. D. S.
Will Marble returned to Creston
Tuesday morning after a few days at
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cummings
visited the state fair a few days last
Miss Mary Teale commenced teach
ing Monday over near Spring Valley.
The rural mail carriora of Decatur
and Ringgold counties held a picnic
in the park Monday.
Miss Cena Burrell is taking a va
cation of a week from her duties in
the Marble cafe.
Mrs. Lawrence Poland and Mrs.
Peter Poland spent Sunday at Orf
Mrs. Inez Taylor visited last week
with her uncle, Will Phelps.
Bink Gammill returned from South
Dakota Thursday where he had been
Reno Willis and A. D. Curry made
a business trip to Davis City Monday
Mrs. Cyrus Wells spent Thursday
at Jesse Hatfield's.
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor were
called to Garden Grove Monday by
the serious illness of Mr. Taylor's
sister, Mrs. John Scott.
School began Monday with Miss
Mary Teale as teacher.
Glenn Gammill called at Lawrence
Mrs. Harvey Gammill of Colorado
spent Thursday at Will Phelps'.
Notice of Appointment of Administra
In the District Court of the State of
Iowa, in and for Decatur County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Wil
liam P. Anderson, deceased.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed and
has qualified as administrator of the
estate of William P. Anderson, late
of Decatur county, Iowa, deceased.
All persons in any manner indebted
to said deceased or his estate will
make payment to the undersigned
and those having claims against said,
deceased or his estate will present
them in manner and form as by law
required, for allowance and pay
Dated this 24th day of August, A.
J. B. ROBINSON,
4-31 Administrator of said estate.
For Infants and Children
In UmFor Ov«r 30 Years
THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1915.
50 Head of Sheep
Consisting of 50 head of early ewe lambs.
Registered and Grade
Jersey Cattle Sale
We will sell at public sale at the F. A. Garber farm, 3^ miles northeast of Leon, on
Monday, September 20,19(5
Commencing at 10 o'clock sharp, the following property, to-wit:
115 Head of Live Stock 115
40 HEAD OF HOGS—Consisting of 3 Hampshire brood sows with 23 pigs
3 Chester White brood sows, 1 with pigs, the others to farrow soon, some shoats.
I will sell at the Mrs. Alice Marble farm, 5 miles north of Pleasanton, 5
miles east of Davis City and 9 miles south of Leon, on
Tuesday, September 21,1915
Commencing at 10 o'elock sharp, the following property, to-wit:—
76 Head of Live Stock 76
29 Head of Cattle
Consisting of 14 milch cows all giving milk
thoroughbred registered White Face bull 14
spring calves, 5 steers, 9 heifers.
CHA^ McKERN, Auctioneers.
CLERK from Leon Savings Bank.
23 Head of Cattle
Consisting of 20 head of Jersey cows, 2 Short-Horn
cows, 1 full blood Jersey bull.
HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES—Consisting of bay mare 3 years old
an extra good yearling mule.
N O N O N S
TERMS—A credit of 9 months will be given on all sums over .$10, purchaser giving
note with approved security drawing 6 per cent interest from date if paid when due,
otherwise to draw 8 per cent. 2 per cent discount on sums over $10 if paid in cash on
day of sale. No property to be removed from the premises until settled for.
f. A. Garber, L. A. Durell, J. 0. Long
D. A. McMains, Auctioneer, Fred Teale, Clerk.
5 Head of Horses
Consisting of span of brown geldings 8 years old, weight
2600 pair of driving mules 4 years old, weight 2000 1 spring
42 Head of Hois
Lunch on Grounds
TERMS A credit of 9 months Will be given on all sums over $10, purchaser giving note with ap
proved security drawing 6 per cent from date if paid when due, otherwise to draw 8 percent. 2
per cent discount on sums over 10 if paid in cash on day of sale. No property to be removed
from the premises until settled for.
RUBIA PARKER, CHAS. WOODS,
Consisting of 6 brood sows, 3 with pigs by
side, 3 to farrow soon 36 shoats weighing from
60 to i5o pounds.
1000 bushels corn in field 60 acres faH pasture
FARM IMPLEMENTS. Champion 6-foot binder, Pi & O. single row
stalk cutter, set i£ inch work harness, set buggy harness and numerous other
W. T. GIBLER
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