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Nell Still and wife and E. P.
'Trembly visited one day last week
at the Clyde Waller home.
Mrs. David Hubbard visited a few
days last week in Leon at Ralph
Ben Lillie was a Davis City visitor
•ne day last week.
Clyde Waller and
E. Trembly visited Sunday
night and Monday at Clyde Waller's.
Mrs. Gene Gammon is visiting this
week at George Ray's near Blythe
Miss Beulah Hubbard called on
Mrs. Jane Lillie Thursday afternoon.
~. Miss Blanche Marshall closed a
very suqt:essful term of school at
ijBrush College Thursday.
Dan Griffin visited Monday in
Leon at Tade Griffin's.
Miss Marea Grogan spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
©rogan, near Beaconsfield.
Mike Griffin and family were Leon
Sunday school-was organized at
Brush College Sunday at 2:30 anu
Do you get up at night'.- Sanol is
Burely the best for all kidney or
bladder troubles. San '1 gives relief
In 24 hours from all backache and
Madder troubles. Sanol is a guar
anteed remedy. 35c and $1 a bot
ti. at the me store. 38-*18
Hindenburg will have to do some
more revising. He said he had
See,000 men to sacriflce in his latest
'V drive. He must have already gone
You and your
Ve lure oo« ready for yoo.
915 to $400. Euirtenah,
F. S. Stewart
The Big Store
More of these also and as nifty a line as we have
ever shown and you will please notice the prices
are as reasonable as in former seasons. These are
well made and represent as good as is turned out
by any makers of these lines. You are safe in buy
ing your summer supply in these NOW. Any
price—75c, 95e, $1.19, $1.25, $1.45, $1.75 and up to
$6.85 in crepes and silks. Values worth while.
Sunday visitors at Earl Still's.
Miss Florence Evans spent Sun
,! day night and Monday with Lucy
John Hubbard and sister Beuluh
•were Leon visitors Saturday,
Steve Latta and wife and sen Law
rence were Davis City visitors one
^^obert^and Stephen Martin spent
Sunday with Ben and Lester Lilli i.
M- Mrs. Ella Evans and children werj
Sunday visitors at the E. J. Evans
Miss Virgene Griffin spent Satur
day morning with Mrs. Charley
Willie Moore and daughter. Mrs.
"Cecil Hullinger were Leon visitors
Mrs. David Hubbard and daueh
ters Annie and Beulali spent Sunday
evening with Mrs. Jane Lillie.
Mr. and Mrs. Nell Still and E. P.
r,Trembly visited one day last week
"Sat the Jim Osborn home near Akron,
Miss Beulah Hubbard spent Mon
da* -with her aunt, Mrs, R. C. Cozad.
•V? Bid Frost and family, Miss Emma
Dillon, Mrs. Mary Grogan ana sons
John and Paul and Winifred and
James Griffin were Sunday visitors
at the Mike Griffin home.
Miss May Evans visited Sunday
with home folks.
Latta Hagen and family, of near
Bavis City, were Sunday visitors at
Mrs. L. H. Warrenner and daugh
ters Gertrude and Etta left Tuesday
for their new home in South Dakota.
Miss Margaret remained to finish her
C. A. Walker left. Tuesday morn
ing for Des Moines to consult a
«»eei=»list concerning his eye which
has been causing him considerable
trouble for some time past.
Mrs. E. O. Stearns was a business
visitor in Leon Friday.
Mrs. Jerome Traupel and Mrs.
Isaiah Thompson were Osceola visit
Mrs. Clyde Johnson spent Friday
at the George Johnson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Fierce were
transacting business in Osceola Wed
Lorel Fierce, of Des Moines, came
Saturday for an over Sunday visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Carl Upheld and Kenneth Reed
left Friday morning to visit with
friends in- Des Moines. They return
ed home Monday.
Elmer Hampton was transacting
business in Osceola Wednesday.
Miss Rosa Smith attended the
Teachers' convention at Leon Friday
Mrs. Mart Myers was an Osceola
L. Mote, of Creston, was visiting
with relatives in town
C. Gorseline and daughter Alma,
of Leslie, were visitors in our town
Mrs. Anna Fierce returned home
Tuesday from Des Moines where she
had been visiting her daughters,
Mrs. Ralph I-Ioadley and Mrs. J.
Miss Margaret Warrenner spent
Friday night with Miss Callie John
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Corsbie were
transacting business in Osceola Tues
Mrs. Isaiah Thompson was visiting
with friends in Leslie Monday.
Miss Helen Rumley returned
home Friday after a few days visit
with friends in Des Moines.
Grant Smith, of Oklahoma, came
Friday to visit with friends and
Misses Gladys Price, Margaret
Houck, Velma Spencer and Atha
Briner and Homer Beam, Bennie
Letter, Bertie Easter and Grant
Smith were Sunday guests at the
home of Miss Lena Edge.
Mrs. Harry Fisher and daughter
Willa returned home Monday morn
ing from an over Sunday visit with
relatives in Decatur.
Mr and Mrs. L. P. Hastings vis
ited in Garden Grove
Burr Oak Ridge. ___
C. E. Chastain received word
from their son Roy, who was operat
ed upon at the base hospital at
Camp Dodge, that he was getting
Mrs. John Johnson and dantrMers,
of Pheasanton, and Mrs. Melvine
Craig, of Saline, were over Sunday
visitors at W. A. Johnson's.
E. A. Adams, Mrs. Ben Johnston,
Mrs. Belle Turner and children, Mrs.
McCalla, Harris and Anna Gammon
and Mrs. Mary Thompson were Sun
day visitors at Charles Chastain's.
Mjss Harriett Sullivan, of Grand
River, visited Saturday night at Mrs.
Barry's, in company with Mrs. Barry
and sons attended church services in
Leon Sunday night.
W. L. Arnold. Mrs. Nettie Beth
ards and Mrs. Hannah Butler were
pleasant callers at C. E. Chastain's.
Scratch Eye school closed Friday.
Mrs. Hannah Butler returned to
her home Sunday after a few days
visit with her neice, Mrs. Nettie
Mrs. C. E. Chastain received word
from her uncle, JL A. Gardner, who
is located at HouJton, Texas, saying
corn "was knee high, plenty of rain
and garden vegetables large enough
to use There are 40,000 soldiers
located at Camp Logan near Hous
Frank Rogers, who is working for
Harrison Gammon, spent Sunday at
Davis City wtth his sister, Mrs. Roy
Then la wan Catarrh In this section of
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until tho last few years
was supposed to be incurable.. For a great
many years doctors pronounced it a local
disease and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable. Sci
ence ba* proven Catarrh to be a consti
tutional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Halls Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J. Chi ey &
Co. Toledo. Ohio, is the only Cc-istitu
tional cure on the market It is takeni In
ternally in doses from 19 drops to a.tea
spoonful. It acts directly on the bipod
ar.d mucous surfaces of the system. They
c"ri'# one Hundred dollars for any case it
f?iij fri cure. Send for .circulars and tes
AjMtws: T. J. CHENEY CO., Tsleda, O.
raw W Pmpitlats. TSe.
THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1918.
Mrs. C. H. Kiem and Mrs. Frank
Watson (ailed on Miss Jemima Kob,
Monday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gibson and
daughter. Miss Willah, called at Del
bert Smith's Monday evening.
Miss Eunice Evans spent tlie last
of the week with her friend. Miss
Misses Muriel Clawson and Hazel
and iuyrtle Petticord called Sunday
evening at the Harry Plummer
.Miss Anna Duffield called Monday
evening at the Glen Petticord home.
Mr. and Mrs Pete Huddleston. of
Weldon, and Mr. and Mrs. Roll
Braden and Mrs. Melissa Mapes and
daughter Vada called Sunday at the
Wilse McCollough home.
Mrs. Glen Petticord visited at the
S. H. Duffield home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Plummer and
little daughter Arleen visited Sun
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Clawson called
on Mr. and Mrs. Bicknell Friday
Miss Willah Gibson called on
Misses Hazel and Myrtle Petticord
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Myers and fam
ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. .T. B. Keritner and
daughter, Miss Adda spent Sunday
at the Fred Zika home.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boyd and
family accompanied by Joe Hanson,
of Alarwille, Kans., were guests at
supper at the Will Boyd home Sat
urdav evening. Mr. Hansen is here
visiting his sister, Mrs. Elmer Boyd,
on his way to Dakota to look alter
Robert Rex has been on the sick
list for several days.
Mr. Boyd was quite si one nklil
last week but is better at this writ
Walter Scott spent Friday evening
with Dewey McCollough.
Franklin school closed last Thurs
day. The teacher and pupils enjoy
ed the afternoon hunting spring
Misses Muriel Clawson and Hazel
and Myrtle Petticord spent Friday
evening with Mae Scott.
Carl McCollough, who is enlisted
in'the U. S. navy, left Monday to re
port at Kansas City, for duty.
Miss Frances ells went to Des
Moines Tuesday to visit with her
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams, of
Tingley, were here Sunday visiting
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Jennings.
Mr. and Mrs'. J. L. Still, of Des
Moines, were here the first of the
week visiting with relatives
Mrs. Calvin Smith is here visiting
her father, John Gates, and other
relatives. She and her husband now
live in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hutchinson,
of Leon, were here Sunday visiting
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lafe
Newt Bumgarner returned the last
of the week from Little Rock, Ark.,
where he visited with his son Don.
Mrs. Nichols, of Chariton, came
Friday to visit at the home of her
son Carl and family.
Mrs. Alice Adams, of Osceola, was
here Saturdav visiting with her
mother, Mrs. Briley and other rela
Mrs. French went to Camp Dodge
last week for a visit with her hus
band who is working in the tailor
ing department at the camp.
Roy Thomas, from Nebraska, was
here last week visiting with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Thomas.
Oscar Judd and daughter were up
from Davis City Thursday visiting
at the Lydia Judd home.
Miss Marion Jennings is teaching
music in the schools of Panora, la.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Brown have
moved into the Shields fcriace in the
east part of town which they recent
ly bought, A. Spidle and son moving
in /their property down town.
Mrs. Glenn McBroom and daugh
ter Auralie were calling on Mrs. C.
S Evans Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cox, of Le
roy, spent Wednesday at the home
of their daughter Mrs. Clure Curry
Miss Dora Morgan is on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. Stiles of the Grove, is visit
ing at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Will Rosengrant.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Scott and
daughter Mae were Weldon visitors
Miss Leone Woolman closed a
•ery successful term of school at
Gospel Ridge Saturday.
Mrs. Clure Curry and daughter,
Marjory were calling on Mrs. Harcia
NEW ARRIVALS THIS WEEK
|f We have just received an entirely new stock of ladies' skirts and these are really values exceptional and the new
creations. We know if you are interested in a new skirt these will appeal to you and it will be a pleasure to have
you see them and know the values we are offering—at present we have a gqod assortment of outsizes. Black,
white and colors—wools, silks and poplins. These are priced $3.95, $4.85, $5.25 and $6.85.
Oxfords atad Shoes
When you need oxfords or shoes for any of the
family it will be to your interest to know just what
we are showing. We have on our counters all ox
fords in stock from last year at cut prices. The
'new showing in our shelves will certainly please
you if you do not find them on our counters. You
can't go wrong by visiting our shoe department.
We are at present prepared on hosiery, underwear, ginghams, percales, silks, poplins, voiles, organdies, in fact
anything that's in demand and procurable for our trade. Visit us as often as possible and keep in touch with
our prices during these times of hazardous merchandizing. pi TVT A]%I
We at present have the goods and are making the prices. J- i™* llrlllkJlJUU
Franklin. (•ai'den Grove.
Mrs. Lew Watson went to Carroll
last week to see her sister, .Mrs. Lew
Dawson, who has been injured in
an auto acident.
Mrs. Karl Nicols went to Chariton
Monday to visit with relatives.
Miss Annis Eals, of Seattle, Wash
ington, came the first of the week
to visit at the .Mrs. X. Judd home
and with other relatives. She is a
former resident of this county.
George Clark returned last week
from a trip to Creston where he vis
ited at the home of his uncle, Rilev
Tom Judd, from Camp Lewis,
Washington, came Saturday on a
furlough to visit with his mother,
Mrs. N. Judd, and other relatives.
Tom was accidentally shot in the arm
a few months ago by a comrade and
is just getting out of the hospital.
Miss Mabel Mc-Clung went to Elk
hart, Iowa, last week to attend the
funeral of a cousin.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion VanLaning
ham went to Ft. Worth, Texas, last
week to visit at the home of their
son, P.ert VanLaningham.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jenkins,
who have been "traveling through
the south the past winter with the
Kilties band, returned last week for
a visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Jenkins.
Air. Grenawalt, of Omaha, was
here the last of the week visiting
with his ltrother, .). It Grenawalt.
Mr. and Airs. Bert Smith, who
have been running the hotel, moved
out last week and are living in the
W. S. Roberts property on -Main St.
H. II. Flanagan, of Des Moines,
was here last week visitinsr at the
home of his father, II. P. Flanagan.
Dave Drummond and Jack Canada
helped Charles Hyatt saw wood Mon
day and Tuesday.
Mrs. Inez Mc-Kee and two children
from Colorado, Mrs. Oliver McGa
huey and little daughter Reta took
dinner at Edward McGahuey's Sat
Miss Grace Jones, Mrs. Charles
Hyatt were Kellerton callers one day
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Debolt, from
Tuskeego, was calling at Ed McGa
huey's Tuesday afternoon.
Dick Boord had business at Kel
Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Vanderflute
had business one day last week in
Jack Canada left Saturday for
Missouri to visit friends and rela
Vern Powers called at Edward
McGahuey's Sunday evening.
Grace Jones spent Sundav with
their friend Orpha McGahue'y.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward McGahuey
had business in Kellerton Saturday.
Mrs. Sam McGahuey and little
daughter Ruth spent Thursday at
Several attended the band concert
at Kellerton Saturday night.
Mrs. Dave Drummond and chil
dren, Bert Hickman and little
granddaughter were calling at Ed
ward McGahuey's Saturdav after
The past week the Red Cross has
shipped 6 split irrigation pads, 100
shot bags, 30 triangular bandages of
muslin, 5 5-yard gauze rolls, 1 hel
met, 6 pairs of socks, 5 pairs of
Mrs. Rudolph Clark and son Deyo
went to Cloverdale, Minn., Tuesday
to visit with her parents.
Mrs. Bert Newall and children vis
ited last week with her sister, Mrs.
Ole Moon and family.
Hugh Buffum, of Cedar Falls, vis
ited Saturday and Sunday at the
home of his father E. S. Buffum.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Silvers visited
with relatives at Decatur last week.
Mrs. Jim Brown visited a few
days the past week with her mother
Willie Anderson was ia Weldon
'The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyter
ian church met with Mrs. Will Bak
er Thursday afternoon.
O. G. Boor transacted business in
Orris Davis and Oscar Anderson
visited Friday and Saturday with
Otto Davis at Camp Dodge.
The things you worry about the
most seldom transpire—or happen, if
you don't knpw the meaning of
HESPERIA LODGE NO. 33 K. OF
Meets every Monday night
Out of town Knights are
John A. Fulton, C. C.
E. W. Farquiiar, K. of R. & S.
We sell you the gcods we know and not off brands
to get the prices made on eastern jobbers and auc
tion house shoes. Our new oxfords from $1.95 to
$5.00 in ladies' in all leathers and styles will show
you a wide range to select from Children's and
Misses'in about all kinds that are new and in de
mand. Men's shoes for dress or work will show7
you a clean saving on dependable lines that are
worth your investigating.
ARE BASED UPON EQUIP
MENT-HOW IS YOURS?
Your earning capacity may be tremendous, but if your
clothes don't prove it—people won't take any stock in
CAFPS 100 PER CENT PURE WOOL CLOTHES
assure you of the proper appearance. The price does
r.ot interfere—the suit or top coat.
$20 to $35
Come and see for yourself—all the best weaves are rep
resented in our stock—they are good enough for our
Own Label—it's sewed into every garment and with
GRIMES CLOTHING CO*
"The Live Auctioneer."
The man who will get you the most money for
your stuff and who always makes a sale a success. He
knows the value of stock. Has cried more sales than
any auctioneer in this section.
Write or phone for dates.
C. A. McKERN, %$%
Live Stock and Real Estate Auctioneer
The man who gets you the most money for your
sales from start to finish. Town Sales on Sat-
TRY THS REPORTER GOOD JOB PRINTING.