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I Irtish College.
Miss Beulah jiubbard spent Satur
day with Mrs. Andy Smith.
Spence Moore spent Sunday with
David Robison and family were
Sunday visitors at the Steve Latta
A. E. Poole and son Carl were Da
vis City callers Monday.
Mrs. Steve Latta and children call
ed at the Andy Smith home Saturday.
Walter Biakesley and family. Ed
Talk about light,
fluffy, tempting and
wholesome Jelly Rolls,
good things! My! but
certainly beats the band
for sure results for
purity, economy and
Tell your mother to try
Calumet Baking Pow
der on the money-back
Received Highest Awards
Nexo Cock Bock Frw
Stt in Ptund Can.
We have tlicin for now at prices wo are plea.sod to
will liinl wo r^ii and will do you good.
Wo Jtavo in men's Poujy yJk Hals, iifty-seven pairs,
and tliiriy-l'our pairs black Eik ials, worth today $3.00
per pair. Our prices on this lot is
Also some snaps in ladies,' misses' and boys' shoes.
We want to sliow them if yon are interested.
GINGHAMS, PERCALES, ETC.
We have now a very complete 'showing in good ging
hams. percales, cheviots and goods you need now for
spring sewing. The patterns are all new and priced for
loss than same can be sold for on reorders.
10c, 12%c, and 15c.
We advise buying these big bungalow aprons in
lights or darks now at 69 cents each, as they A\ ill surely
cost you more wlien our present stock is exhausted.
The best values we have ever shown in house drosses
95c, $1.25, and $1.45.
Spencer and family, Lenna Craig and
wife and daughter Lois and Roy
Biakesley and wife and little daugh
ter visited Saturday night and Sun
day at the Geo. Biakesley home.
Aliss Mildred Latta spent last
week with her aunt, Mrs. Andy
Max Dale spent Sunday evening
with Miss Ethel Cox.
Mrs. Tom Waller and Mrs. Belle
Horner of Decatur and Win Kesh
lear oi' Ames were Sunday visitors at
Clyde Waller and family had
business near Conterville Friday.
David Hubbard delivered hogs,, at
Nell Still and wife, Steve
and wife and son Hugh a/
Still and wife visited Sunda
Mike Griffin delivered hogs
Steve Marble and wife and son
Hugh are visiting this week at Jim
Ijeon It. F. 1. J*o. 3.
Allen VanPert died Sunday night
and was buried in the Leon cemetery
on Tuesday afternoon. He was a
good citizen. He leaves a wife and
Dick Melton is moving this week
to a farm near Pleasanton.
Miss Stover our teacher at Wel
come spent Sunday with her mother.
Fletcher Honn's house burned last
Tuesday with all the contents. He
had no insurance. The people are
raising by subscription to help him
build a new house in the spring.
Mrs. Ed Campbell and son Frank
visited over Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. Levi Stark.
Ben Robison a former resident of
Eden has rented Jasper Record's
farm for this year.
D. P. Leahy is on the sick list.
There is quite a lot of sickness in
Isaac Manchester and Miss Par
sons were married last Wednesday.
They will go to housekeeping on the
Forbes farm near Blockley.
Several farmers who sold their
farms last fall and this winter, are
having quite a bit of trouble in get
ting located again. Always the case
when you sell Iowa land.
M. D. Smith has leased the Jid
Wasson farm in Morgan township
owned by C. M. Keller.
Pinknev Stanford has rented a
farm southeast of Garden Grove and
has begun to move.
Walter Biakesley and family
spent Saturday night at Geo. Blakes
Jesse Maynard and family were
Leon visitors Saturday.
Ernest Hamilton and wife called
at E. J. Evans' Friday evening.
E. J. Evans called at Roy Waller's
Mrs. Fred Potter and son Wilbur
spent one dav last week with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gammon.
Robert McDaniel spent Sunday at
A. E. Poole's.
Marion Evans and son Walter call
ed at E. J. Evans' Thursday.
Mrs. T. W. Waller of Leon and a
sister and Mrs. Bell Horner of Deca
tur were visitors at the lyde and
Roy Waller homes Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evans were
Leon callers Thursday.
Dide Petty and wife and son Hen
ry spent Sunday at the Howard
Sam Gammill who is visiting at
the home of Freeman Hawkins spent
Sunday night at the O. L. Peck
Orville Moore and wife spent Sat
urday night with relatives at Line
Oliver Bright and family spent
Saturday evening at the H. E. Bright
Artist Lushbaugh spent Friday
night and Saturday with home folks.
Louie Kentner and wife spent
Sunday with her parents, Jim
Henry and Dave Dillon of Cushion,
Oklahoma, are visiting relatives at
Mrs. Oliver Bright spent Friday of
last week with her parents, Curren
Mrs. ira Price and son Donald left
Friday to visit with friends in Okla
George Johnson was a Xorwuk
Mrs. Anna Fierce spent Saturday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Willis
Miss Lucille Fierce spent last
Monday night with Mrs. Arleua
Miss Bessie McBee took dinner at
the home of John Burnett and sisters
Miss Hattie Boatman was a busi
ness visitor in Grand River Thurs
J. H. Frey took dinner at the
home of his brother, 1. M. Frey and
Mrs. C. J. Price who has been
spending some time in Diagonal with
her daughter, Miss Lenore Price, has
Miss Atha Briner spent Sunday
with her friend. Miss Vera Smith.
Wednesday evening the members
of the choir of the Christian church
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Johnson to practice some
Mrs Will Hedrick was calling on
Mrs. J'. A. Smith Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Emma Dunn and children of
Des Moines are here visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Young.
Bill Frey v/as a visitor in our
town Saturday afternoon.
Mrs John Steen of Des Moines
came Wednesday for a visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomp-
Carma Johnson soent .Wed-
nesday evening with her friends,
Misses Nellie and Arlene Hastings.
Mrs. Nettie McBee and daughter
Mrs Ivan Webb spent Thursday at
the home of John Burnett and sis
ters, Lyda and Samantha.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lantz drove to
Beaconsfield Wednesday to visit with
Earl Edwards is reported to be on
the sick list this week.
Ora Irving left the first of the
week for Oskaloosa for an extended
stay with friends.
A number of the young people
from town attended the box supper
at Pop Corn Friday night.
The Pentecostal tabernacle which
has been under construction was
wired for electric lights Saturday
and will soon be ready for use.
Miss Marie Smith and brother
Harold returned home the first of
last week from a short visit with
friends in Garden Grove.
Miss Callie Johftson was Calling on
her friend, Miss Vera Smith Satur
The men's Gospel Team of the
Christian church started in on a- two
weeks' revival meeting Sunday even
ing. They need your assistance, so
come out and help them.
Will Pelsor spent Friday evening
at the home of M. H. Frey.
A new switch board has been in
stalled in the central office and is
proving to be a great help
Misses Helen Collins and Dollie
Palmer spent Sunday at the Luke
Charles Cox of DeKalb was a
business visitor in our town Wed
nesday and Thursday. ....
Miss Lois Moore attended the
teachers' meeting held in Osceola
Ralph Thompson went to Des
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall went to
Grand River Monday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Hall's aunt, Mrs. S.
Miss Pearl Hatfield was a visitor at
the J. Palmer home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce spent
Sunday at the home of the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Jennie Edge, Willah Fisher and
Mildred Pierce spent Sunday with
Mrs. Art Owens and mother, Mrs.
L. Whiticar spent a few days in Des
Moines last week visiting with
Mrs. Ralph Thompson and sons
were visiting relatives in Leon last
Misses Ethel Webb and Besse Mc
Bee spent Sunday with Mi§s Callie
Miss Olive Collins spent Saturday
night^at the Palmer home.
THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1917.
Our stock in new spring lines is coming in daily and you may expect us to show an entirely new line and our pri
ces will save you money. Our time now will be devoted to our present lines and you may expect real value giving
Special for Saturday
Morning and for 9 Days
Here are some snaps that we advise you to get busy
on as its money saving while they last. On sale nine
days or until sold.
ONE LOT 50 BOLTS RIBBON.
This was purchased some time ago and at this price
you will know it's bought under value. About all colors
in numbers 5, 7, and !). In one lot special. 2 yards for
SCRIMS AND LACE CURTAIN,SAMPLES.
We have about 250 pieces of these—all about one
yard long and widths vary from 3(i to 54 inches and are
traveling men's samples of everything they carry, in
prices wholesaling from 32'l- to 35c per yard. We are
going to ]nit these into two lots. They will be on sale
We have determined to push this business to the limit, folks, and to do so we will have to in many lines divide our
profits with you as prices are soaring and future purchases are at higher levels all around. We are prepared on j£
most lines for present and you will do well to get yours early.
This is the
T'S different from
others because more care
is taken in the making
and the materials used era of
Make a brnilr.'.if. r.iil: po!! !i doe"
rot rub off or dunt off,
four times as long: .is csruinary stow,
polish. Used on sample eioves and sold
by hardware and grocery doaiers.
AU wo ask trial. Use it
v"-:jr pnrfor Etsva CP your £c3 r=-!7?.
Tatrn. myfsvrr*. stm*c-p,v
llon't tind it the beat siova polish ya eve
yocr to rcfr'-u your
trtcnoy. In on BHck Stove Foiisiu
Jfcute liquid or prste—one quality.
Black Silk Stove Polish Y/ciks
TTso Black Ei* Alr-Orjrfns fronTncitral
Saturday morning at, each
Closing Out Sale
As we have decided to move outside the state we will offer at public sale 011
Goble farm mile east of Davis City, on
68 HEAD OF LIVE STOCK
7 HEAD OF HORSES
Consisting of span of matched gray geldlings, coming 5 years old weighing 2900, sound
and good ones gi*ay gelding coming 6 years old, weighing 1600, sound 4 coming two year
old colts, all of these are sound. Some of these horses may be sold before the sale.
44 HEAD OF CATTLE
Consisting of a4 head of coming two and three year old heifers, all lieavv with calf 7
cows, some extra good milcliers 3 black heifer calves, good ones.
14 HEAD OF HOGS
Consisting of 3 or 4 brood sows, one with pigs by side, 2 shoats, weighing 125 pounds.
FARM MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS
Consisting of 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 3 sets of work harness,
14 inch Satley gang plow, 12 inch Oliver gang plow, 16 inch John Deere sulky plow, garden
plow, 4 cultivators, hay rack, corn sheller, saddle, some extra horse collars, and many other
TERMS—A credit of 9 months will be given on all sums over $10, pi
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.
Lunch Served on Ground#.
Bert Parker and Judd flora
Parker & Son, Auctioneers. Clerk from Farmers & Traders Bank, Leon.
REPORTER FOR SALE BILLS.
BUck £IUi Metal for silver, rot-ice)
9c and 12%c
and Beige and ecru. Half in forenoon and balance after
one p. in. About four pieces of each design in the lot.
A SNAP IN 28-INCH PERCALE.
We have two cases of these bought and expect tliem
in for Saturday. We will offer one case,
all colors, for this sale Saturday morning at special, per
These goods have advanced a half cent per yard
since our purchase.
Calico at present Avholesale cost, yard
be pleased to show you now a display of
wash goods that will interest all. Voiles, flaxons, dimi
ties, India linens, fancy silk stripes in a nice showing
of neat new patterns that are attractive and good. Es
pecially good. Also silk shirtings and waistings. Your
time will be well spent with us if interested in the new
FRANK N. HANSELL!
JAW. 26. '17
inch and 1 1% inch
"The Live Auctioneer."
The man who will get, you the most money for
your stuff and who always makes a sale a success. He
knows the value of stock. Has cried more sales than
any auctioneer in this section.
Write or phone fdt dates.
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REPORTER FOR SALE HlT/TJa.
For prices and information *n."
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