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*J :ATARRHAL Van Wert. Bert^ Monday after visiting a feW Keokuk ^itlr hei Harvey and daug lieivirs. C. A. Walker spent last Tues day afternoon at the home ot J. boys concert of the season batiuday e'^e Sg which was highly enjoyed The town surely appreciate "foSTwwoI Decat»v «s visit infi our school one day last Rpv A. B. Cornell was visiting friends in' the west part of town on last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lester Thompson an baby were calling on Mrs. C. J. Pnce 1 da^aHeiF0r°ynspent came riuay Miss Olive $k '•:m,..: Am Jennings urday for her& FOR I HEAD, THROAT CONDITIONS OTHER NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. ALWAYS-READY-TO-TAKE. ana home In Des Moines last Tue|0ay Mr. and Mrs. Iiolgar Rasmussen spent Wednesday afternoon Home of Mrs. ing with Mrs. An prjCe jefj \j0nday on a busi evening. been v5siting Rasmussen Thursday in the ccfntry-wiShls sister^ M^hafle. Wilson and family of neai DeKai Mrs. Livingston of s.°" the a?d Mr8sT.T Price She borne of Mr. ana M". ,vas Pr home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J- :.,„ aj has been making his J10™? and Mrs. Price and attending Miss Julia Spencer was with friends in town baturaay Morris Saylor was visiting friends in town last evening for her son's of near Leslie, being: called tner lp 1 left Saturday for her home, brick building finished which will be accompanied by her son school fo1' vt'nt who na staying at the home of Mr. ana Charles Fierce with her triena cille, and attending schooli, le mer vacation with her and Sunday in the country *ith his Miss Gladys Hoadley who has been staying with her gra parents? Mr! and Mrs. Ralph HMissyMaurine LTr TandMrsy •with her friend, Miss Vera bmuu. of Mr. and Mrs. Wyncoup. Ora Irving ment of the Christian churchy Mrnand Mrs. I. N. Skidmore and son Paul who will leave soon for their neMisGlady?PrSiS'spent town at heM*E%hn ?jW' ilts Mrg 1 LeRoy to spend lier sun .Ung paren-s and Mrs. C. C. Jennings of that shannon City took dinner in Davis Cliff Smith spent batura:ay .^j„ Rosa and Mrs. A. B. J) ierc through this week every night, so ev visiting at the home of Mrs. ery vl® AILMENTS she will go to Gallatin, for a short visit with her sister. 3 W 1 1 O O *1... r«nM returned home Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fierce spent Mrs. 9^.t1ne few days in Sunday afternoon at the home ol' E John urnett and sigters gg JaQe Mr and Mrs Ray Lantz an(1 Clyde grand- Johnson were visiting at the home of Mrs. L. J. '--ox -m„n were visit- Mr. and Mrs. Ira Price one evening daughter Blanche Redman^vere^^^ week. ness trip to Colorado. James Ros® ,r Allen for Frank Brewer of Russell came Sat with his mother, 'returned to his urday morning for a short visit at the past^ojveeks^etu™^day. the home of Mrs Anna Fierce. He left Monday for his home. l.rother, Harry Kelley and family ot neai Le Miss Naomi Bukeley was visiting with friends in town one day last week. Martin Boatman was visiting with his brother Leo and family Saturday. V. C. Rasmussen who is working in "Weldon was an over Sunday visi tor with his parents west of town. The Memorial day services will be held Sunday morning in the M. E. church. Decoration services will held in the Christian church next Tuesday. Mrs. Ada Ritter spent Sunday in town with friends. ...... A'ith friends. Miss Helen Fierce -Miss Helen Fierce was visiting with friends in town one day last week. Mrs. Margie Ritter and Mrs. Ada Ritter were visiting with Mrs. Ben urimm and family Sunday afternoon. Davis City. "You'll Like Davis City." Thomas Sutherlin is having the in- tenor of the upper story of his large a j,ice imI)rovement and it "will be in the near Rev. Morrow and wire very interesting sessions at the M. acting business in Osceola cuurch Saturday and Sunday. It last week. vi«itinc certainly is a grand work for young noon. „A nfijip he trying so hard themselves to do Misses Olive Jennings and their Master's will. Oh, for more Fierce were Leon visitors young men to be in the grand and evening. .fi„„ ,vith noble cause, using their influence future- The ospei Miss Maurine Nye was a i^e students of Simpson college consist itor Thursday afternoon. *rans- ins o£ four Team of Indianola and '0UnS men t0 be engaged go j,ar(j lol. go0(j Qf Tufs,.ayQntlirf1„v Mrs. L. D. Kelley left men gave three in, to be trying Avin souis tG Christ and to others and the kins- dom of the most High. Certainly all tj10Se wjj0 attended y' Irl these sessions were greatly benefitted. jiC£,owen the serious illness of his wi returned from the west last Satur returned home Monday evenmg. an^ ciay. Leo Cummings gophia gcott and boys aiv vigiUng reiatjVes yunday ff ,g Nye was a visitor in SIS'&rri. of.Osce ola were visiting with friends in our SchSol closed Friday and new the scholars *111 have three St vacation helore havmg to SrSel ^.SnmrS fine^prograin'wa^re^derei? which^vas greatly enjoyed by the audience. _iue Mrs. John Steen and little Des Moines came Monday aius Mrs. Sarah Smith b0(jy come. Kelley Monday evening. ije Rebekah order did some fine Mrs. J. Palmer and lami: work last meeting night, took in Monday for Jamison to her brother Ben Collins ana erlin and Aiiss Fern Smith and an Miss Atha Briner spent is °°MissyElizabeth Watson visit- M„^Cent.r. ing in town Wednesday witn nei spent Sunday in the'home of he rfriend, Miss Hawkins left Friday for ?6B brother.10 Sh^^emaine^for an over Sunday visit with relatives. Miss Louva Hanner left Saturday for her home in Decatur. Miss Maurine Nye who has been her parents in Ottumwa. lira Halstead left Monday Si Alumni •».«»«'»' n^knrtdl*. Mo.. to-m U«M at Leon this week. Mj.g gybil Hyde formerly Sybil Lanning. was in our city Monday vis- hh oJd friendg Mr. and Mrs. Lou Armstrong from c,.t and ir en( friend, Carroll Spencei. .. Myrta Marble was a business vis Miss Hattie Boatman spent itor in visited relatives and Leon Monday. night with her friend, Miss Ralph Newlin of Woodland was Barnes. hpln visiting Saturday with Frank Standi- Qf th|g cUy schooi G- Anna Fierce and attending were visiting last week in this city left the last of the week with his sister, Mrs. Theodore Rogers vacation time in the country vith uho Mitchell and wife of Leon critically ilL Mrs. John Arnold of Spokane, Washington, is visiting her .sister, Mrs. Jim Parker, who has been ser iously ill, but is improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Tharp of Des Moines who have been visiting rela tives in this city returned to their home Monday. Miss Tansey of Leon was visiting in this city Sunday. Clarence Myers of Des Moines spent the week end at the home of Jeems Burrell. Roxena Burrell left Wednesday for a visit in Omaha and other places of interest in the west. Miss Zerita Daniels of Ridgeway, Mo., was visiting in this city last week. The Baptist people have been hold inff a cAriod nf mAPtinPc at tho AH. vent for a few days visit at tne nom night and the minister who is preach Mr and Mrs. John Thompson. jng and rJatlusl uavt ueeu UU1U ing & serieg ot e(1 g00( meetings at the Ad- to a good house every a goo speaker and has preach- sermons. He will continue three young ladies, Miss Cecil Suth- other Hattie Boatman who has De freshments served by four young iting with her brother, Leo ana win- There were about forty-five Qr fifty present There were fine re- MlB8es Rut and Esther Post Leah T^aleandEvaLanniag. Mr &nd ^g friend, Miss Jennie ®"ge. Tuesday night at Williams'. Mr and Mrs. George John Mrs. Cyrus Wells helped Mrs. Jess daughters Carmel and Twila Hatfield paper Saturday. Sunday in the country at th -ail(j petty gpent A jrg ytto cleo batui-aay & at A curry's. with his friend, M. H- Frey. Peter Poland called at A. B. Willis' A social will be held in the base gunday Migg Ada Petty ovpnine It will be a fare loot wool? at nan vinnre's evening. and son an Vaughn spent Saturday night -visited a few days 1U1SS auu visncu last week at Ran Moore's. Cleo Vaughn and Thelma Curry called at Riley Hatfield's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Moore are re joicing over the arrival of a little son at their home. Bink Gammill spent Saturday night with Wib Willis. Cleve Petty and wife spent Satur day night at H. O. Petty's. Mr. and Mrs. Reno Willis were business callers in Leon Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hatfield spent Sunday at Herbert Oozad's. If yon have an? or oar ice cr«am packers at your home please tele phone ua and we will call and let them. Walker'* Ice Cream Factory. Little River. The weather has been somewhat rainy the past week. James Drury and Allen Spargur spent Saturday night and Sunday with Roy Drury north of Leon. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Craig and son Claude spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Craig. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis were Pleasanton callers Monday. Miss Jewel Drury returned to Leon Monday after an over Sunday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Drury. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Osborn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nell Still. Mr. and Mrs. John Drury spent Sunday at Jack Woolsev's. Hazel Graham and Ruby Brown spent Sunday with Fleeta and Ferna Drury. Hattie Hendricksen and Mabel Moore called on Edith Spargur Wed nesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Craig and son Claude spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Craig. Page and Grace Drury called on Fay Linden Wednesday afternoon. Mabel Moore went to Cainesville Saturday to visit a few days with relatives and l'riends. Jasper Spargur and daughter Edith were Pleasanton callers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith. Lawrence and Doss Linden called on Joe Judd Sunday. Ruby Brown spent Wednesday night with Hazel Graham. Mr. and -Mrs. Clyde Waller and daughters spent Monday with .Mr. and Mrs. Nell Still. Fleeta and Ferna Drury spent Wednesday with Miss Letha Ader. Ralph Judd and Jasper Spargur and Ed Still attended the democratic caucus at Pleasanton Thursday night. Mr. and -Mrs. .Martin Hendricksen and son Eros attended church at Da vis City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Graham and family were Davis City visitors Tues day. Jim and Earl Still had business in Davis City Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Drury called on Nellie Drury Wednesday afternoon. .Mrs. Ralph Judd and Edith Spar gur spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Kathleen Still. Miss Ruby Blakesley spent the latter part of the week with Mrs. Roy Blakesley. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Still spent Sat urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Craig. Garden Grove. Corwin Foster who has been at tending high school here the past year went to his home at Mercer, Mo., Saturday. Harry Crago has traded his res taurant in this city to a Leon party, giving possession the lirrst of the week. Miss Hise of Des Moines, who has been trimming for Miss Clark in the millinery store the past season re turned home Thursday. -Mrs. James Trisler went to Lamo ni last week to visit with her son Ar tie and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Easton of Pleasanton were here last week visit ing at the Ed Bartlett home, Miss Mabel Bartlett accompanying them home. Mrs. Higbee and Mrs. Adams from Colorado are here visiting at the home of their mother, .Mrs. Birley and other relatives Levi Pond of Corydon came last week to visit at the home of his sis ter, Mrs. Lute Scott. Miss Eva Jennings who has been teaching at Moulton the past year re turned Friday. Mrs. Geo. Ayres and daughter left last week for California to be gone some time for the benefit of her health. Pete Vail, a former resident of this city, came down from Chariton one day 'last week to visit his cousin, J. E. Vail. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hubbard of the east came last week for a visit at the J. E. Vail home. Guy Norris of Illinois who has been attending high school here the past year went to Kansas City last Fri day. The oil for oiling the streets of Garden Grove came the first of the week, there being two cars of it. It waa to have been put on Tuesday but the rain interferred. Brush College. Miss Beulah Hubbard visited Tues day night and Wednesday at Steve Latta's. David Robison and family spent Sunday at Jane Lillie s. Mrs. David Hubbard sptat Thurs day with Mrs. Andy Smith. Mrs. Cyrus Holybee visited Satur day and Sunday in Leon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Strange. Mrs. John Barrett spent one day last week with her mother, Airs. R. E. Cozad. Miss Mildred Latta spent a few days last week with her aunt, Mrs. Andy Smith. Miss Annie Hubbard visited one afternoon last week with Mrs. M. L. Dale. Mrs. David Robison and children visited Wednesday at the Steve Lat ta home. Mrs. Everett Martin and son Isaac and daughter Edith spent one day last week at Cyrus Holybee's. Miss Beulah Hubbard spent Mon day afternoon with her aunt, Mrs. R. E. Cozad. Miss Virgene Griffin spent Mondav night and Tuesday with Miss Eliza beth Daughton. Roy Waller and familv were Sun day visitors at Clyde Waller s. Dell Cozad had business in Pleas anton one day last week. Misses Annie and Beulah Hubbard visited Saturday and Sunday in Leon with their sister, Mrs. Ralph Frt st. Mrs. Clyde Waller and daughters Louise and Mildred spent one after noon last week at A. E. Poole s. Miss Annie Huboard was a Davis City visitor Thursday. Mrs. Steve Latta and Mrs. Andy Smith visited one day last week with Mrs. Nell Still. Mrs. Nell Still and Mrs. Rolla Craig and son Claude spent Monday noon at the David Hubbard home. THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, MAY 25,1916. Kim Cliape]. Mrs. Alf \Vrarnock and son Rex spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in Ravannah. Miss Ada Petty spent a few days last, week with her friends, Laura and Gladys Moore. Miss Ethel Moore spent Sunday af ternoon with her friend, Irene Bright. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Warnock spent Sunday at the home of iiis par ents, All' Warnock. Emmett Moore srent Saturday night and Sunday with his friend, Shelia Vaughn. Mrs. Clias. Bright spent a few days last week with her brother in Lineville, Aaron Danielson. lie is very ill at this writing with a blood affliction. Several young folks from here at tended meeting at .Morgan Sunday night. Mrs. Frank Warnock is very sick at this writing. Miss Ida Hamilton spent a tew days at Lineville this week visiting her friend, Gladys Duncan. .Miss Ethel Moore assisted -lrs. Frone Moore in cleaning house last week. Miss Ethel Warnock is working this week at her brotner Frank s. .Miss Laura Moore spent Monday and Tuesday of last week with her cousin Ethel Moore. New Bulla. Mrs. George Fetty is slowly im proving from her sickness and some hopes are entertained for her recov ery- There was no church at tne school liOtise 011 account of the rainy weath er- Mrs. Guy Flora spent Saturday ev ening and Sunday with her neice, rs. Roy Gray of near Akron, Mo. .Miss Goldie Miller of near Pleasan ton is working for Mrs. A. W. Mar tin. Ruby and Madge Hill spent a few davs at O. L. Fetty's. Mrs. Emma Hamilton and children of Wymore, Nebraska, are visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Dobozv. Mrs. Fred Epperley of Leon spent Saturday and Sunday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hardinger. Aaron Toney has been at Davis City the past week assisting in car ins" for his brother who is seriously ill with typhoid fever. They have employed a trained nurse and we hope he will soon be able to be up aSRin. M-s. Flossie Toney spent a tew davs with her mother near Akron. Thomas Rains jr. and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Rains* parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. Braughton of near Sa line. Thomas Fox and family ot near Leon spent Thursday with A. W. Martin. "Meet me at Cbernngton's." Northwest Missouri Farms 120 acres—lays right up to city lim its, sit on front porch see right down Main street, good room house, cel lar, other outbuildings, orchard, plen ty water, never failing well windmill at kitchen door, large barn, cattle sheds, granary, corncribs, deep black soil, very productive, lays nice and level, well fenced, fine school, church and railway advantages. line farm, well kept, ideal home. Price $150.00 per acre. Easy terms. 1200 acres—4 miles to town, niCG storv 7 room house, cellar under, plenty water, windmill at kitchen porch, good outbuildings and 01 chard maple grove at house, new barn for 100 tons hay, 20 horses, 3000 bushel capacity bins, and driveway. Good fence, hog houses and corn cribs. Deep rich, black soil, very productive, lays nice and level, ideal corn and wheat farm. R. F. D- and phone. mile school, 2 miles io church. Price $125 per acre. $3,000 down, $800 by March 1, 1917, balance to suit purchaser, easy terms. 400 acres—Lays right up to city lim its 9 room modern 2 story house, good barns, silo, icehouse, other out buildings, good water, windmill and large tank, well fenced, deep black soil, very productive, lays fine, en tire 400 acres can be plowed in one land. 16 miles tiling, a genuine corn and wheat farm, in high state of cul tivation, half the crop will pay S per cent interest on the investment. -00 acres fine blue grass pasture, a veu desirable home, step out of yard on sidewalk of town, line school, church and railway advantages. Omaha-St. Louis auto" highway passes door. Ideal farm, can't be beat, well kept, must see to appreciate it. A Bargain and good easy terms. 4o-3t Could take a littie trade. Write owner— Box 427, Gallatin, Mo. Find Relief With Wonderful Remedy Hundreds of Iowans needlessly suffer from stomach and digestive troubles when relief is near, if they would only take it. Mayr's Wonder ful Remedy has achieved a remark able record all over the nation. The first dose convinces—no long treatment. Here is what two Iowans who have used it say: MRS. WILLIAM LITZENBERG of Montezuma, Iowa, writes: "I feel so strong—have been able to do a good day's work ever since I took the first bottle. I was so weak I did not think life worth living." MRS. S. T. OLIVER, 1226 East High street, Davenport, writes: "I am greatly obliged to you for your wonderful remedy. I never have had a pain since I took the first dose. I fell oft fifty pounds, but have gained 4t back." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent relief for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more dis stress after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your drug gist now and try it on an absolute guarantee—if not satisfactory mon ey will be returned. For sale by Bell & Painter, and all other reliable druggists. •-.J Jv $) $ '4 5 '4-.i V":. 5? $ 55 $ v: ft'i Vis *y *!5 *5 vo y, $ fcf $$ $ "s? $ IT'S FLY TIME You have the Flies, we have the SCREEN DOORS, WINDOWS, WIRE CLOTH, etc. And can supply your wants. Made of selected strictly clear seasoned Yellow Pine. We have a complete line of Screen Doors, Win dow Screens, Screen "The Largest and Strongest Bank in Leon" The Only Reason more people do not pay their bills by check is because they are not fully acquainted with the service rendered by this strong State Bsnk. Don't Delay but Open a Checking Account Today FARMERS & TRADERS STATE BANK Thos. Teale, President Fred Teale, Cashier Mrs. Jno. W. Harvey, V. Pres.T. S. Arnold, Asst. CasUer Jas. F. Harvey, V. I'res. S. G. Mitchell, Asst. Ca--iier C. E. Stuber, Asst. Cashier L. P. Van Werden, Ass't. Cash. Door Hinges, Screen Door Springs and Wire Cloth at prices which will interest you. Come in and examine our stock* Win. Crichton & Son IE0N, IOWA I Tul I is Bros. Decatur. Iowa Live Stock and Real Estate Auctioneers We guarantee to satisfy you. Write or phone for date. For Sale—On tbe Stone farm. miles northwest of Leon, 4% milea northeast of Decatur, native lumber of all kinds, fence posts, split or sawed and stove wood. W. W. Ful ton. Money tqflfoan Leon Savings Bar First, Last and Always RAWLE1GH PRODUCTS "Try Before You Buy" Claude C. Comman The Rawleigh Man some good farms. 11 '4®i'v55 kg ':v' '4 $ && Zy v' '4 a" 8 '4 ?.4 Jji v: '4 ri SB ffl -f£ '4 *4 4% '4% 15 :v: *5* -t* la ie'4 t'y.' 4'4 it $ •••sec »y -jc-r'-seotcf I yaimmzmKtm AWIRICA? American A and is in Machine (eight column capacity) Price $88.00 F. 0. B. Maywood, III. Sold on one year's cred it or 3 per cent dis count for cash. *4* A I O O N O A American Can Company Chicago, 111. Please send booklet descrip tive of American Adding and Listing Machine. Name Address Clipped from Reporter, Leon, Iowa. DRAIN TILF For prices and information write OTTUMWA BRICK fc CONSTRUCTION CO,, ^3 _—_— :—m OTTUMWA, IOWA ™.