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PURELY PERSONAL
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L. A. Hopkins, of Decatur, was a
~visitor in Leon Tuesday.
Fred Ford, of Lamoni was a vis
itor in this city Tuesday.
R. C. Bolon, of Davis City, had
business in Leon Tuesday.
Clyde Simpson, of Lamoni, was a
visitor in this city Tuesday.
Marion Woodard was a business
visitor at Humeston Monday.
Ray Cronin, of C.arden Grove, was
a visitor in this city Tuesday.
Miss Katie Dobozy, of Decatur,
was a visitor in Leon
Tuesday.
H. A. Silvers, of Garden Grove,
was a visitor in Leon Tuesday.
Mrs. O. H. Mitchell, of u'eldon,
was a visitor in J^eon .Monday.
E. K. McDowell, of Pleasanton,
was a visitor in Leon Tuesday.
Miss Sula Dennis, of Davis City,
was visiting in this city Monday.
Pearl Craig went to Des .Moines
Monday on a short business trip.
Miss Lucille Alexander was a
visitor at Davis City last Friday.
Mrs. M. E. Craig, of Saline, Mo.,
was a visitor in this city Mondy.
J. A. Daniels, of Garden Grove,
waS a visitor in this city Tuesday.
Miss Elza Kalkofin went to ba"vis
•-City Tuesday for a few days visit.
Mrs. Dow Asbach, of uavis City,
was a visitor in Leon last Friday.
Mrs. C. Hooper of Lanioni. was
a visitor in this city last Saturday.
George Fuller, of \Vreldon, was a
business visitor in this city Monday.
J. F. Parker, of Davis City, was
a business visitor in Leon Monday.
Mrs. O. J. McHarness, of Decatur,
was visiting in Leon last Thursday.
Ira F. Chamberlain, of Decatur,
was a visitor in Leon last Thursday.
O. M. Turner, of Humeston, was
a visitor in this city last Saturday.
T. M. Akers, of Decatur, was a
business visitor in this citv Saturday.
Mrs. O. M. Gass went to Des
Moines Thursday for a few days vis­
it-
.t SJ O. Alexander went to Cames
ville, .Mo., Thursday on a business
Sirs. E. O. Stearns, of Van Wert,
was a visitor in this city last Fri
day
Prof. C. B. Woodstock, of La
moni, was a visitor in this city Fri-
a&iss
Beulah McVVhinney, of La-
moni, was a visitor in Leon last Fri
day.
G. C. Hill, of Davis City, was a
business visitor in this city last Fri
day.
I Charles Stanley, of Decatur, was
business visitor in this city Satur-
Frank? Cox, of near DaVis City,
'•was a visitor in this city last Satur
day.
5. C. Upfield, of near Delray, was
a business visitor in Leon last .Prl-
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E S. Buff urn, of Leroy, waa_ a
"Cosiness visitor in this city last Frt-
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"Who Was Beau Brummel"
Do You Know?
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lie was tor niiinv vears the favorite of Kins (Jeorge IV, of Kngland—and the best
dresser of his time. "Tlie Beau" was not a dandy as we know the term—in laet
Lord Byron said of him that there "was nothing remarkable about Ins. dress ex
cept a certain exquisite propriety."
He naturally led the men's fashions—and no more celebrated character ever lived
—ever had so much influence on men's dress as did Beau brunimel.
The Beau Brummel Shirt
is, like its namesake, noted for its exquisite propriety—its perfection in style,
pattern, fit and splendid workmanship.
It is typical of the master of dress for whom it was named—and you will sa\ so
as soon as von set1 one of these line, really beautiiul garments.
When you put one on your bark—when you see how splendidly it adds to your,
dress how it refines your appearance with a quiet elegance then you will be a
convert to this better shirt.
Come in and let us show you the line—we believe it will be much to your interest
—ves, to vonr great advantage.
J. A. McINTOSH
"The Square Dealer"
LEON IOWA
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Mrs. I!. L. McCktran, of Davis
I City, was a visitor in this city Mon
day.
L. B. Gaulter, of Lamoni, was a
I Imsines: visitor in this city Thurs
''ay-
Mrs. Alice Craigo went to an
Wert Thursday for a visit with her
sister.
Miss Leone Robbins, of Davis
City, was visiting in this city last
i'liday.
Clem Thompson returned Thurs
day evening from a visit in Des
.Moines.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mill,
den Grove, were visitors in
Tuesday.
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l.eon
City,
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C. W. Sutherlin. of Davis
was a business visitor in this
Tuesday.
Miss Flora Roland, of Pleasanton,
visited over Sunday with friends in
this city.
Miss Georea Waffle, of
Pleasanton, was visiting in
Satnrdav.
near
Leon
Mrs. Flora B. Lanev. of Davis
City, was a visitor in Leon Friday
afternoon.
O. McDaniel, of Eden township,
went to Elston Saturday to work a
few days.
Mrs. Kate Brown returned Satur
day from a visit with relatives at
Humeston.
.T. R. Smith, of Lamoni, was a
business visitor in this city last
Thursday.
.Miss Gladvs Younsrs. of Pleasan
ton, was visiting in this city last
Thursday.
Harvey A. Akes, of Decatur, was
a business visitor in this ity last
Thursday.
Mrs. A. F. Radnich, of Davis
City, was visiting with friends in
Leon Monday.
Mrs. Robert Shular went to Des
Moines Tuesday to visit a few days
with friends.
G. G. Grimes, the Davis City
clothier, was a business visitor in
Leon Tuesday.
Mrs. Merle Cornett, of Pleasan
ton, was visiting with,friends in this
city Saturday.
Mrs. E. L. Oldfield returned to
Des Moines Monday after a few days
visit in this city.
Henry A. Silvers, of Garden
Grove, was a business' visitor in
Leon last Friday.
Mrs. Ethel Pickering returned
Monday from a visit with friends in
Kansas City, Mo.
Misses Marie Horney and Laverne
Honn, of near Koyle, were visiting
in Leon Saturday.
Misses Maud Lasley and Mildred
Poush, of near Lamoni, were visitors
in this city Friday.
Airs Alice Craigo returned Satur
day from a few days visit with n
sister at Van Wert.
ier
Harry Woodard returned to Des
Moines Sunday after a visit with his
parents in this citv.
Airs G. Mallette, of Garden
Grove, returned Saturday evening
from Iowa Citv. where she had been
visiting her little son.
L. Mark, of Pleasanton, was in
Leon Friday on his way to Kellerton
for a visit at the home of his broth
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THE LEON REPO&TERT THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1918.
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Mrs. John Archey returned Thurs
day from a few days visit with rela
tives at Davis City.
Rev. A. L. harper, of Cainesvilie.
I Alo., came Saturday for an over Sun
I day visit in this city.
I John Bason went to Tuskeego
'Tuesday evening to assist his brotli
er with his farm work,
T. A. Sutherlin, of near Decatur
Citv, was a business visitor in tin.-:
city Saturday evening.
J. fitour, of near this city.
I made a business trip to Caniesvill".
Mo., Trcrd-iy evening.
F. G. Davenport and little son
vent to Decatur Tuesday to visit a
few days with friends.
I Mrs. I.eoi a Evans, of Davis City,
[came Tresduv ta visit a
tew
days
with friends in this ity.
I Harry Crago turned fro'Sn Car
den Grove Tuesday wliere lie had.
been visiting Lis parents.
D. W. Mills returned to his home
at Garden Grove Thursday after a
lew days visit in this city.
W II. Grnlinm returned Friday
I from'a few days visit with friend
at Davis ('ity and l.amoni.
R. A. Meek, of near Leon, letr'-n
ed Monday from an over Sunday vis
lit with relatives at Decatur.
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Mrs. Wm. Owens and children
went to Pleasanton Friday for a
few days visit with relatives.
Misses May and Clara Burrell. of
Davis City, came Tuesday to attend
f.he funeral of Doyle Brown.
Harrv
Clark, of Garden Grove,
was in Leon Tuesday on his way to
Cainesvilie, Mo., on business.
Wm. Horn, of Pleasanton, was in
Leon Thursday, enroute home from
a business trip to St. Joe, Alo.
Mrs. Vern Alarshall and baby
went to Lorimor, Iowa. Monday for
a few days visit with friends.
I. Marshall went to Pleasanton
Monday to commence building a new
residence for E. E. Daugherty.
Mrs. P. A. Brown, of Des Aloines.
came Tuesday to attend the funeral
of her nephew, Doyle Brown.
Airs. Lilly Davenport returned
Tuesday from Chariton where she
had been visiting with friends.
S. H. Covington, of Sweet Springs,
Mo., has heen in Leon the past week
looking after business matters.
Mrs L. B.. Kemp went to Humes
ton Tliursdav for. a few days visit at
the home of Mrs. H. F. Curie.
Misses Dollie Wiley .and sister
Miss Velma, of Davis City, were vis
itors in Leon Friday afternoon.
Mrs. M. E. Smith and Mrs. Wm.
Brown, of Russell, Iowa, were vis
itors in this city last Thursday.
Ray Umnhress. who has been
working at Marshalltown for some
time, returned to Leon Alonday.
Mrs. Frank Farquhar returned
Satnrdav evening from a few days
visit with friends in Des Moines.
Mrs. Bluford Wilson, of Decatur
was visiting with relatives and
friends in this city last Thursday.
Aliss Edith Beers, who is a stu
dent in the Leon High School, went
to her home at Delray Friday for an
over Sunday visit with her parents.
Mrs. Charles Penisten accom
panied/her sister, Mrs. Bart Trisler,
tojber home in Des Moinea JMonday
will viait 'tt illHilB'
Dr. J. B. Horner, of Lanioni, spent
a few days visiting with relatives
and friends in this city this week.
Airs. Fred Teale returned Friday
evening from Des Moines, where
she had been visiting a few days.
iMiss La visa Umphress and broth
er, Willie, went to Leroy Saturday
for a few days visit with relatives.
Miss Josephine Heavers, of Hum
eston, came Tuesday to attend the
funeral of her cousin, Dovle Brown.
Mrs. T. R. Sanders went to YVel
don Tuesday to visit a few days at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy
Hall.
Miss Lois Moore returned to her
home at Pleasanton Sunday after a
visit wi'h Miss Vera Haag in this
city.
Mrs O. C. Brenizer, ol Lamoni,
came ViionUav for a few days visit
wiih relatives and friends in this
citv.
harry Penniwell. of Des Moines,
came down Saturday and visited ov
er Sunday with his patents in this
city.
W I!. (Jntham and granddaugh
ter, {Catherine Smith, went, to La
moni Tuesday evening for a few days
visit.
Miss .Mabel Wright returned
Thursday evening from Des Moines
where she had been visiting a few
davs.
F. Robison returned to his
home at Elston Saturday after a
few days visit with relatives in this
vie initv.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hardinger, of
Davis Citv, departed Saturday for a
visit with relatives at Elston and
Osceola.
II E. Hughes, of north of Leon
was called to Albia Friday by the
illness of his mother, Mrs. R. A.
Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Boone were
visiting his brother, F. M. Freeman
and family Tit Davis City Thursday
evening.
.Mrs. S Scott went to Davis
Citv Saturday evening to visit a few
days with her parents and other
relatives.
C. M. Deemer, of New Virginia,
brought his little son, Raymond to
Leon Saturday to be treated by
physician.
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Birchard, of
Tabor, are visiting at the home of
their daughter, .Mrs. T. W. Coluy, in
this city.
Mrs. Fred T. Smith returned to
her home at Pleasanton Saturday
after visiting a couple of days in
this city.
Mrs. D. E. Gatchell, of Omaha,
Neb., arrived Tuesday evening for a
visit with relatives and friends in
this city.
A. T. Ross, of near Davis City,
was visiting at the home of his fath
er, .Jacob Ross, in this city last
Thursday.
Mrs. Willis Gammon returned to
her home at Garden Gro.ve Monday
after a few days visit with relatives
in this city.
.Mrs. Mattie Walker returned to
her home at Van Wert Thursday
after a few days visit at the home
of her mother. Mrs. Caroline Rob
bins, in this city.
Jus. Ray Tenny and daughter,
Rosamond, went to Grand River
Mondav for a visit with her father,
C„ C. Beck and other relatives. Mr.
Be» leaves today for his home at
Pig Piney, Wyoming.
miles south of the Twin oh lire lies, on
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Misses Gokla Frey and Callie
Johnson, of Van tVeit came Friday
evening and visited a couple of days
in this city.
Miss Laura Dingman, who attends
the Leon High School, went to her
home at Decatur Friday for an over
Sunday visit.
Miss Hazel Slnith, who attends
school in this city, went to her home
at Pleasanton Saturday for an over
Sunday visit.
.wis, Leon Leeper and baby, ot
near Leon, went to Pleasanton Sat
urday evenin-g to visit a few days
with friends.
Uncle .lolin Moon went to La
moni Monday to look after some
property
which lie recently purchased
in that town.
J. 10. Penniwell went to Des
Moines Friday to visit a few days at
the home of his sister, Mrs. R. F.
Throckmorton.
VV. A. Boone, who spent the win
ter at the home of his son, Dr. W. C.
uoone, in Otiunwa, returned to Leon
'last Thursday.
Mrs. A. C. Mintoyne, of Davis
Citv, came Tuesday to visit a few
days at the home of her daughter,
I.Mrs. J. C. Hull.
Airs. Oscar Goble, of Davis City,
and sister, Mrs. M. C. Funk, of Enid,
.Oklahoma, were visitors in Leon Sat
Iurday afternoon.
Mrs. .Mary Ratcliff, ot Mystic,
Iowa, came Saturday evening for a
visit at the home of Mrs. S. M.
j'i'eaters in this city.
J. F. Noll, of Bethany, Mo., one
of the proprietors of the Leoq ele
vtor, was a business visitor in this
citv last Tliursdav.
Rev. and Mrs. .Jas. A. Armstrong
returned Monday from Darlington,
Mo., where they had been conducting
a series of meetings.
Miss Ifildren McClaran, who at
tends the Leon High School, went to
her home near Davis City, Friday
to visit over Sunday.
Misses Winnie and Daisy Johnson,
of Saline, Mo., returned liome Mon
day after an over Sunday visit with
relatives east of Leon.
Mrs. George Wax returned to her
home at .Clearfield, Iowa, Friday af
ter a few days yi^it with relatives
and friends in this city.
Mrs. Paralee Moo_re returned
Tliursdav
evening from a visit at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Sam
Grayson, in Des Moines.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tatman, ot
Garden Grove, were visiting at the
home of her brother, Wr. W. Craig,
in this city last Thursday.
Mrs. B. F. Sutherlin and children,
wlto had been staying at Des Moines
the past few weeks, arrived in Leon
Monday evening for a visit.
Miss Lulu Schmitze, of Triplett,
Mo., was in Leon the first of the
week, to apply for a position as
teacher in the Leon schools.
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Commencing at 1:00 o'clock, the following property:
500 bushels extra good corn and 300 bushels of oats.
months.
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140 Head of Live Stcck
14 head of Horses and Mules
Twelve head of horses ranging in age from yearlings to 6 years old, some work
horses in the bunch span coming 2 year cild mules.
54 head of Cattle
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manual training in­
structor in the Leon High School,,
went to Des Moines Friday to spend
the week end with friends.-
Mr. and Airs. Clell Collier, of Os
ceola, passed through this city Mon
day oh their way to Stanberry, Mo.,
being called there to attend the
funeral
of Air. Collier's sister.
Uncle Closson Campbell, of Eden
township, who had spent the winter
in Caalifornia, arrived Saturday
from Osborn, Mo., where he had
stopped for a few days visit a* the
I home of his son, S. M. Campbell.
PUBLIC SALE!
Having more stock than I eau handle ami it being nearly impossible to hire help, I
Avill sell at Public Auction at my farm 5 miles northeast of Grand Kiver and
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year old steers 19 head of cows, some with calves by
side fulf blooded IlolsteiiL cow, to be fresh by day of sale, an extra good one 11
coming 2 year old heifers 12 head of coming yearlings.
70 head of Hogs
Twenty head of brood sows, balance stock hogs weighing from 125 to 175 pounds,
best bunch of hogs I have ever owned.
Ford automobile, 5 passenger, in good condition set
ness, set of single harness, mowing machine, cultivator, piano, cream separator, and^.
other articles not mentioned.
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Mrs. Ella Githens, of Davis City,,
returned home Monday after a few
days visit at. the home of her soft,
Clair Githens, near this city.
Aliss Alnora Henderson, of Davis
City, came Thursday for a few days
visit at the home of her aaunt, Mrs.
Charles Coffin, in this city.
Airs. II. .1. Landis returned Mon
day from Decatu$, where she had
been visiting at the home ot uer
daughter, Mrs. T. R. Roberts.
Roy Phillips returned from St.
Joe Monday, having accompanied AI
Woodard that far in his car on his
way to Excelsior Springs, Alo.
Shell Norton went'to Lake City,
Iowa, Thursday where he expects to
pick up several cars of horses for
Norton Bros., the Leon buyers
Airs G. H. C. Follmer, of near,
Leon, 'went to DeKalb Thursday to
visit a few days at the home of her
daughter. Airs. Charles? Burcliett.
Airs H. Mitchell and little
daughter returned Monday evening
from a few davs visit at the home
of Dr. E. .Mitchell at Grand River.
Airs. J. M. Stanford returned
Monday from a few days visit with
relatives at Blockley, Airs. S. A..
Manchester coming home with her.
Mr. and Airs. Oscar Francis and
son, Ward, of Chariton, came Sat
urday for an over Sundav visit at
the home of L. B. Kemp in this city.
Airs. Ethel Johnson, of Pleasan
ton, came Saturday for an over
Sunday visit at the home- of- her
brother, W. A. Johnson, in this city.
Aliss Cecil Piper went to Ottuinwa
Saturday to assist in caring for lier
"aunt, Airs. D. II. Fulton, who re
cently suffered a stroke of paralysis.
Mr. and Airs. C. N. Edwards, of
Van Wert, came Friday for a few
lays visit at the home of her moth
er, Airs. Caroline Robbins, in ttais?
city.
Mrs H. Sullivan and sister.
Miss Harriet Swope, came over fromf
(5 rand River Thursday and visited a
couple of days with relatives in this.
city-
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E. Knapp, of Garden Grove,
was in Leon Thursday, visiting Mrs.
Knann. who is a natient in the Leon,
hospital, recovering from an opera
tion.
Mrs. Delos Ackerley went to.
Tinglev Friday to visit her sister,
Miss Tracev Brisbane, domestic
science teacher in the Tingley
schools.
John F. Hurst, of Chicago, spent
a few davs in this city the latter part
of last week looking after business
matters and visiting relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hardinger, ol
Davis City, came Friday for a few
days visit at the home of their
daughter, Airs. Fred Epperley, "in
this city.
Airs Charles Coffin, of Leon, and
her sister. Airs. A. I. Henderson, of
Davis City, went to Pleasanton Sat
urday for ail over Sunday visit with
relatives.
Mrs ftenry Wilson came down
from Chariton Thursday for a few
days visit with Leon friends and to
look after some business matters in
th
Miss^ Mary AIcDaniel, of Des
Moines, who had heen visiting at
Pleasanton, came to Leon Saturday
for fc.few days visit with relatives in*
this vicinity.
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