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so much better. "I simply will not
have mother cooking in this heat,"
•, become of the sweet
tod hc family if I stop?"
inq JNondefl, looking at
es around the tabU
To N^ppearing apple piel
Zu Zu mi
H. D. DeKalb called on Charley
Mrs. Rose Wilson was a Grand
River caller Tuesday.
H. D. DeKalb called on II. E. Wil
son Monday evening.
Mrs. Mary Wilson and children
called on Mrs. Rose Wilson Wednes
Harry Wilson made a business
trip to Des Moines Wednesday morn
ing, returning on the afternoon
train the same day.
Miss Clyta Anderson called on her
grandmother Mrs. Brant Wednes
Mrs Grace Waveland called on
Mrs. Mary Wilson Tuesday.
W. A. Cox made a business trip to
Osceola Wednesday morning.
Clarence Anderson went Monday
night to help John West with his
work this week.
Charlev, Andy, Joe and Johnnie
Wilson were Grand River callers
Several1 from this vicinity attended
the celebration at Leon and got
caught in the rain and had to stay
all jiight and came home Saturday
George South was a Grand River
caller Saturday morning.
Misses Mae and Clyta Anderson
returned home Saturday from Leon
where they have been visiting their
friend Miss Nora Johnston and at
tending the celebration.
George South cut wheat for Jink
Wells Saturday afternoon.
Jack Young shocked wheat, for
Dick McCarl Saturday.
Misses Grace and Helen South
and brother Carl spent Friday night
and Saturdav forenoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Zona ftoush and family.
John West and sons Garland and
Milburn called on Harry Wilson
Delbert Wilson called at Bert An
derson's Saturday evening.
Earl Anderson left Thursday for
Hamburg. Iowa, to attend the cele
bration, returning home Saturday
Delbert Wilson and Earl Anderson
called on Charley Fry Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Steen called
on Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wilson ana
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson called
on Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fry Sunday.
Earl Anderson went Sunday ev
ening to help Tim Beck with his
work for a few weeks.
Bert Anderson and son Clarence
called on Harry and Delbert Wilson
Jack Young called on Harry Wil
Martha Wilson called on Lucy
Wells Sunday evening.
George South cut wheat for Jink
George South called on his son,
Jirilt Wells was a Decatur caller
Mr. and Mrs. Zona Housh and
family called on Mrs. George South
and family Sunday.
A coated tongue, bad breath, diz
ziness and a clogged condition in
the bowels can be quickly relieved
by using Prickly Ash Bitters. It
is a man's remedy for such ailments.
Price $1.25 per bottle. B. E. Bell,
Most men are always ready to eat
Dr. A. H. Weber
OF DES MOINES,
EYE AND EAR SPECIALIST
WILL BE AT
from 8 a. m. to 2 p. n).
Tuesday, July 22nd
DISEASE OF THE EYE, EAR,
NOSE AND THROAT
nWITH MILD REMEDIES
No medicine used in the eyes that
Injures the sight. All treatment
straightened without pain.
Fitted to correct all sights and guar
Granulated Lids. Watery Byes and
Ingrowing Lashes treated.
Treated fcjr a new method. :v"
The Doctor will be pleaaed to kim
all former patitftts calLKttsilaatiofe
Finally father summed up the
ier,M ho said, "I'm going to
sir \nr pride and add several
J*t. jqoiir life. Yon do
What shall today's fine lunch
eon be? ZU ZU Ginger Snaps and
cup o'tea. Boom Boom
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
The IIIlT III! Illl SWAlaca
things were not said about liic ucJ I Jiuim
sert was because the family ran by supplying cleanly baked
out of adjectives. made of best materials, a saving of
jummer let Susan pre
pare the lt
Mother little, but
wide in her dj| success and
arn the trick?"
lull's to be hun
fannot eat cake
'hose spicy little
inued, biting into
.ndwich, "are the
ign't the flavor
'eh Iwxos, to
£lal. .She saw that
Newman Edwards and family were
Thursday night visitors at the homo
of Mrs. L. F. Godby.
Mrs. L. P. Hastings left Monday
morning for a visit with friends at
G. W. Johnson was a visitor last
Friday in Humeston at the home of
his son Cecil Johnson aiwl family.
Mrs. J. G. Ross, of Des Moines,
came Thursday for an over Sunday
visit at the home of her mother, .Mrs.
Miss Lucile Fierce, who has been
attending a business college in Des
Moines, came hist week for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Goldie Adams, of Houston,
Texas, who has been visiting with
her sister at Grand River, was an
over Sunday visitor at the home of
her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tillotson and
family, of Grant, Iowa, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Tillotson, of Villisca, were
Saturday guests at the home of Mrs.
L. F. Godby.
E. O. Stearns purchased a 200 acre
farm last week, near Weldon.
Leo Price, of Des Moines, was a
visitor in our town last week
Mrs. Lulu Allen, of Walla Walla,
Wash., is visiting at the home if
Mrs. J. Blades and daughter Bessie
and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fry and
children left Thursday for Corydon
to visit at the home of the latter's
sister, Mrs. Parrish and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hukill and
children were visiting* relatives in
Grand River Thursday.
Earl Craft and family, of near De
Kalb, spent Thursday in town at the
home of the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Craft.
W. F. Blair and family and Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Prather and son
Dean motored to Des Moines Friday
morning' to spend the Fourth.
Floyd Boles, Urman Ramsey and
W. F. Briner have bought two farms,
one near Grand River, the other
Mr. and Mrs. John Hardin, of
Missouri, spent last Monday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. John
Mrs. Mae Church, of Kansas City,
has been visiting with her mother,
Miss Marie Smith came Saturday
for a visit with old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Blair and Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Blair returned home
Tuesday from Kansas where they
had been visiting at the home of the
Mrs. Blair's sister, Mrs. Oliphant.
Misses Margaret and Mertie Ed-
ards Sunday afternoon near
at home of Miss Agnes
Will Pelsor, Ora and Vernie Irv
ing left Monday morning for Kan
sas to help harvest.
Mrs. Emma Dunn and children
are here visiting at the home of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Young.
A family reunion was held Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Fuqua of Grand River. Mr.
and Mrs. Fuqua are 84 and 85 years,
respectfully. The children were all
present with the exception of Dr.
Fuqua, of Benkelman, Neb. Out of
town guests were Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Guilliams and daughter Dialene,
of Buchannan. New Mexico Mr. G.
M. Fuqua, of Des Moines: Mr. Miller
of Idaho Mr. and Mrs. Newman Ed
wards and family, of the Tennessee
neighborhood Mrs. L. F. Godby, of
Van Wert, and a number of other
friends. A delicious dinner was
served which all enjoyed. A very
pleasant time was enjoyed by all.
It was intended by those present to
have a picture 'taken of the group
assembled, but as Dr. Fuqua, a son,
was absent it was decided to not have
That was quite a rain we had the
Mrs. E. V. Teaney returned Wed
nesday from a short visit at Milton
ville, Kansas. Her mother Mrs.
Simmons accompanied her home for
a visit with relatives here.
Mrs. Wm. Scott and daughter,
Miss Mae spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. U. S. Muck and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Christensen and
son drove their Dodge car to Exira,
Iowa, the last of the week for an
over the Fourth visit with relatives,
they returned nome Sunday.
Miss Hazel Petticord assisted Mrs.
Carl Kendall with her work the past
Mrs. Lydia Smedley and Anna
Duffield called on Mrs. Carl Kendall
Herman Harmon of Leon, spent
Friday night at the Wm. Scott home.
Glenn Petticord and son Sylvan mrs. iua «uu
spent Saturday night and Sunday at Laura were Lamoni callers Wednes
the home of his brother N. D. Petti
cord and family of near Union
Christensen of near Leon,
assisted his brother Pete with liis
com plowing Wednesday.
Miss Adda Kentner and little
nephew Lester Kentner called at the 00a Loren and Mrs. Ida Gravatt
8. H. Duffield home Vrednesday af- were Lamoni callers Thursday,
ternoon. Mr. and Mr*. Malcolm Hart and
Mitt Mae Scott called on Mfataee Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Stephens Mi torn
HimI and Myrtle Petticord Sunday Loren and Miss Nora Steoiieas call*
iiTtajif .or-'at the,Ora*Btt hone
THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1919.
Rex Bruce, who has recently been
discharged from the army, came
home last week for a visit with his
mother Mrs. Mary Bruce. Her
daughter Mrs. Beard, of St. ..Joe, is
also here visiting with her.
Paul Strohl left the first of the
week for a visit at Creston, Water
loo and Hastings, Neb.
Mrs. Place went to Clio Sunday to
visit at the home of a daughter.
A. F. Place, who has been in Okla
homa, looking after mining inter
ests, returned home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams, of
Tingley, were here Sunday visiting
at the home of the latter's parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jennings. Mrs.
Frink, of Essex, Iowa, is also here
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. West, of Lacona, Iowa, who
was here visiting at the home of
her brother, N. M. Iiidgeway, re
turned home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Roberts, of
Percy, Iowa, were here Sunday vis
iting with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slill, of Lies
Moines, who have been visiting rela
tives and friends here, returned to
Des Moines the first or the week.
Mr and Mrs. \Veiser, from Da
kota, came last week to visit at the
home of the latter's mother Airs.
Rev. Jones left the first of the
week for Hinkley, III., to visit with
a friend who is ill.
Mrs. Leo Sullivan of Blvthedale,
Mo., who has been visiting with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Young,
Miss Coral Sanford, of Des Moines,
came last week for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gould San
Ranch No. U.
Mr. Bassett, of New Market, call
ed at Clianey's Thursday as he was
enroute to Allerton.
Olive Orfield spent Thursday
nis ht at Dobson's, going to Leon Fri
day and returning home Sunday
Jennie Clianey went to Leon
Thursday to visit and to attend the
celebration, returning home Satur
It would be a great deal easier to
name tlio.se of this neighborhood
that did not go to Leon on the 4th
than to name those that did go, be
cause almost everyone went.
Little Minnie Alley is visiting at
her grandpa Reynolds' this week.
Jennie Chancy spent Sunday at
Kiiza Heed returned home Friday
after a couple of weeks stay at Joe
This sure was a glorious fourth
for upon that elav a a great rain fell
wetting Hip ground to the depth of
several inches, doing a great deal of
good and not. very much damage.
To he sure the (torn was blown down
badly hut is almost straight again.
Every one that has wheat is very
biu.v getting it cared for. si
Robert Chaney cut whea' ||br Will
Norman's last week.
Lindsey Roush dragged the roads
Lou Payton, who is back from ov
erseas, has been helping his brother
Ai Payton with his work the past
Several from this vicinity attend
ed the Leon celebration.
G. W. McGahuey and family spent
the week end with the latter's par
ents Edw. McGahuey.
Everybody in this neighborhood is
busy now days binding wheat and
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. McGahuey,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver McGahuey and
children attended the funeral of
the little daughter of their nephew
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith, of
Minnesota. She burned to death
July 4th bv a large tirecracker
which set her clothing on fire. Her
remains were brought, to Lamoni for
burial in the Rose Hill cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Devries and
daughter Lorene were visiting at the
Charles Hyatt home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Drummond and
family spent Sunday afternoon at
Dr. Walker was calling at the
Gebrse Ross Ifbme Sunday afternoon.
Albert Morris and family spent the
Fourth with his brother, Jake Mor
ris and family.
Madge Morris has been assisting
Mrs. Arthur Devries with her house
John Flynn and family called
Clyde Waller's Sunday evening.
Herbert and John Hubbard spent
Sunday afternoon in Leon at Ralph
Walter and Winfred Griffin spent
last week at Mike Griffin s.
Those who spent Friday night at
Ralph Frost's were Mrs. David Hub
bard, Mrs. M. L. Dale, David Robi
son and family, Walter Rumley and
wife, Annie, John and Clarence
Hubbard, Lucile and Margarite
M. L. Dale was a Leon visitor Sun
Arthur Gilbert spent Saturday
and Sunday with home folks near
Mrs. Jim Cain and Mrs. Jim
Daughton, of Grand River, spent
Monday afternoon at the Mike Grif
John Hubbard spent Thursday af
ternoon with home folks.
Zack McDaniel and wife and baby
and Roscoe McD.aniel were Sunday
isitors at E. J. Evans.
t-i Mr and Mrs. Mort Ordway and
A T. Hubbard and'family spent' ckUdj"' «P«"t fourth at the Will
FMday night la Leon at Bert W°r-|F«r
Will Finkbone and faihily of Van baby Rex spent Sunday v, ith her
Wert, visited a few days last week parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hex.
at the Pat Hampton home. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Thompson
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell were
visiting relatives near Akron.
People are awful busy cutting Will Fox home were Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Mosbarger was a business vis- Johnnie Henderson, \v ulard Lowell
itor at the Gravatt home Monday, land family, Mrs. T. \\. Daniels, Mrs.
Miss Iva Stephens called at the Mort Ordway and children. Mrs.
Gravatt home Monday evening. Sarah Henderson and Hazel, Clar-
Fred Fowler has been cutting ence, Arlene and Maxme L,oveii.
Mrs. Ida Gravatt and daughter
N. Stephens and son Loren
The Shire Stallion
Imported November l!tl5 by Tru
mans Pioneer Stud Farm, Bush
nell, 111. Bred by Thomas Gee, Wry
delands, Thorney, Peterborough,
Color black, white-face and lips,
both fore legs and oil fnnd leg wirite,
white spot utidoi belly. Foaled in
Sire Victor Emmanuel II (23828)
out of Birdsall Beauty (511318).
Wrydelands Drayman won first at
In at on a E os it on in 6
in the largest clr.ss of yearling colts
ever shown there, beating the Illi
nois State Fair Champion of 1D16
and 1917, and the International Fu
turity winning colt standing third
in that class. He has also been
shown at the Iowa. Illinois and
Illinois-Indiana Fairs with great
Will make the season of 151J at
farm mile west and mile
south of Woodland.
TERMS— $12.50 to insure living
colt. Mare and colt will be held
for service fee. Money becomes
due if mare is sold or removed
from the neighborhood- In no
instance if mare is sold or traded,
will service fee be allowed to follow
mare. I will take the best of care to
prevent accidents, but will not be re
sponsible should any occur.
R. P. Coontz
Owner and Keeper
Wheat cutting is the order of the
Mrs clarence Da
Those who spent Sunday at the
stlock wheat this week. I **1-0 Kine nf Norfolk Iowa, is
Miss Laura Gravatt called at the Mis|'Florence Bartlett for a
Norman home Wednesday.
Quite a number of Jieople bad_to1rew
stay all night in Leon Friday on
count of the rain.
Mrs. C. H. Norman called at the
Gravatt home Thursday.
Fox and baby Mr. and Mrs
wheat for L. N. Stephens this week. 1 Charlie Lyle's were visiting at they expected it to
Willie Morris is helping Norman
j^erb Bartlett home Sunday.
Osa Lovell was taken to St. Joe,
Mo., last Wednesday for an opera
tion. He is getting along nicely and
wilPretur-n home Monday with his
father-in-law who accompanied him
to St. Joe a few weeks ago to be
operated upon for appendicitis.
were Lamoni callers Wednesday. 1 Fourth in Leon and were rained in
C. H. Norman and brothers Clif- and had to stay all night.
ford and Lovell, and Willie Norris, _________
were Decatur callers Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Stephens and Cools the stomach, washes out the
Lee and family spent the
Imiili drives out impurities, helps
njfBT it's Hollister's Rocky
italn Tea. Take It once-a
dvriag hot weather and see
and contented you'll be.
Wilson's Dept. Store
Special Offering in Dress
Special assortment of 26 inch dress and
apron check ginghams, at a yard \7%C
This is about calico price, and the colors are supposed to be
fast. the present prices of cotton goods of all kinds, we
know we cannot buy these at the prices we are selling them. 1
MF.MHEH FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
A Deposit of $1.00
ThoH. T&ale, President
Jon. F. Harvey, V. Pres.
Fred Teale, Cashier
Fairview Distiict No. 8.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Evans, Mrs.
Mary Buell and son Delia of Leon,
spent one evening last week with H.
Elmer Merrill's spent Sunday at
Everybody attended the celebra
tion of the Declaration of Indepenu
ence at Leon.
Most every family in this neigh
borhood went to Leon to see the
balloon ascension Saturday night.
Henry Adrian spent Sunday with
his friend Orville Hughes.
The men who have cut their wheat
have said it turned out better than
Mrs. Pepper's sister is visiting
with her sister and husband and
Ray Easter has been having quite
a time with the toncilitis but as it
has broke he is on the road to im
Carl uavis has been helping D. T.
Davis with his farm work.
Elmer Merrill and H. E. Hughes
are exchanging help in the harvest
Will Lewis and family called at T.
T. Hughes' Sunday afternoon.
D. T. Davis and wife and son and
Henry Adrain called at J. W. Moore's
at Osceola Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Merrill spent
Friday night at H. E Hughes'.
John Garber filled the pulpit at
Fairview Sunday instead of Rev.
Weyrauch who 1b attending the Cen
tenary 'at Columbus, Ohio...
entitles you to "all the privileges of a Checking
Account at this Strong State Bank.
There is absalutely no expense attached to open
ing or maintaining a Checking Account. All sup
plies furnished free.
FARMERS & TRADERS
T. S. Arnold. Asst. Cashier
S. G. Mitchell, Asst. Cashier
"i. P. Van Werden, Ass't Cash.
WINTER EGGS AND,
HOW TO GET THEM
Yon cannot get winter eggs by
Wishing for them while feeding your
hens cracked corn and ice water.
Keep your hens in a dry place free
from lice and mites. Give warm
water at least once a day, adding
Wolf's Germite every other day.
Germite prevents colds, roup, and
keeps your flock in a healthy condi
Use a good scratch feed thrown in
a deep litter, to compel exercise.
Feed a good £gg mash to which
Wolf's Egg Maker has been added as
directed on the package, the cost is
small, one cent hen per month,
while the results are big.
The Wolf dealer in your town has
instructions to supply you with Wolf's
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our Money Back guarantee.
If your dealer cannot supply you,
write direct to
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