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External achcs, sti.incss, soreness,
cramped musclcs, strained sinews,
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It does tint
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last drop liquid and paste
one quality absolutely no
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ACHES AND PAINS
You'll find SIcan's Liniment
softens the severe
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ask for Blade Silk. If it isn't
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Black Silk Stove Polish
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.Why, when Dr. King's New
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cough drag on or that new attack
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Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not
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Its quality Is as high today as it al
ways has been—and it's been growing
"steadily in popularity for more than
.fifty years. 60c. and $1.20 a bottle at
ail druggists. Give it a trial.
Constipated? Here's Relief
Not that often harmful, always vio
lent and temporary help that* comes
from harsh purgatives, but the com
fOrtable, gratifying, corrective regula
tion of stubborn bowels so pronounced
In Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Tonic hi action, they promote free
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but gently cleanse the system of waste
Bitter and fermenting foods, and give
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Farm liureau Notes.
So much has been said and writ
ten about the Iowa swine feeders
day at Auies on Oct. 29th that it
seems hardly worth while to men
tion it again but for fear that soni9
may have overlooked the date and
the particulars of the program tor
tnat day, we are here giving it to
The program for the day will con
sist of exhibitions of the twenty-two
lots ot hogs fed on as many different
rations, and an explanation of the
method used in feeding and the an
nouncement of the results and «a
comparison made of the results ob
tained. Many different feeds as put
on the market today have been used,
and also all the principal stock
toods. The result of each experi
ment will be explained to you on
that date. We have planned to take
a crowd of Decatur county feeders
from here, and would like to have
you go with us. We can go and
come the same day if the roads are
good, and the trip need not cost to
exceed $b.00, and you need only be
gone one day. Make arrangem°nts
with the county agent to go with the
If you have not gathered that two
year supply of seed corn yet do it
Wish to call attention of corn club
members to the fact that we have
been selected through the efforts of
the county agent as one of the ten
counties to be awarded a free trip
for a team of three to the short
course at Ames this winter. Hope
that all members of the corn club
will complete their work according
to rules and make their final report
not later than Nov. loth. Every
boy who finishes the corn club work
will receive a watch fob anyway
and the winner in the state corn
club work will receive a free trip to
the International live stock exposi
tion at Chicago. This trip to be
awarded to six boys in the state, the
winners of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4tli, 5th
and 6th.) $20° 00 will be awarded
to the ten ear exhibitors at the short
course at Ames, which is only open
to corn club boys. Save a ten ear
sample of your corn and bring or
send it to the county agent's office
or make arrangements to take it or
send it to Ames.
We wish to call attention of all
fruit growers to the Midwest Horti
cultural Exposition to be held in Des
Moines on Nov. 10th to ir»th. at the
Coliseum. If you care to exhibit, at
this exposition and have fruit that
will perish or deteriorate between
now and then, just send it express
paid to the Mid-West Horticultural
Exposition in caro of the Des Moines
Ice and storage Co., Des Moines.
They will care for them for you until
time for exposition free of all
Hardin county sets a new pace for
getting new members to the farm
bureau, having increased its mem
bership from 200 to 1300 last week.
Now. is the time of year when
many new farm leases are being en
tered into and I was just wondering
if any land owners or tenants had
seen the new farm leases as put out
by the farm management department
of the Iowa State College at Ames.
Did it ever occur to you that you
might use the county agent to ad
vantage in drawing up your farm
lease? At any rate would like
have you come in and look over the
copies of the new lease as drawn up
and hear your honest criticises of
the same. If we can aid you at any
time on the work of this kind are
at your service. Our charges are al
ready settled. Service free.
It is now coming time when you
Will soon bes'in to im^e rertorts as
to your income tax and don't
that the county agent's services are
at your disposal free of charge if
you are disposed to use them Do
not ask him to know all the tran
sactions of the vear ^ast that you
have made, for ft is enough for to
make your report when you have the
details and items in full. There
nothing better for the purpose than
the farm record book for ke»~
your farm accounts, which can be
obtained at the county agent's office.
Manv *TTiier8 are planning a new
stunt in malting their farm buildings
of more sim ile construction, sue* as
noultry houses, barns, etc. Under
the miflanco of the county arent
and a renreientative of the farm
building department of .the., agricul
tural enelneei'ing extension'force at
Ames. The dbOartmeikt will furnish
plans, but the farmers themselves
will cut aU lumber and erect the
bulldi"® in a single day. Ia this re
aoeet it will be aonetVnv lilre the
old "barn raising" days of oloeeer
days. Do you want this service?
Ask the county agent. Who wi' be
the first to avail themselves of this
Clarence LaFoIlette entered the
ninth grade this week.
The Leon school orchestra which
is just being organized furnished
several numbers at the County In
stitute. The High School Girls
Chorus and the Eighth Grade boys
also appeared on the program.
Katharine Hurst a member of the
fifth grade is moving to Des Moines.
Harold Maynard returned to
school after three weeks sickness.
Katharine Steinberger entered
the fifth grade last Friday.
The eighth grade went on a
wennie roast Tuesday evening.
Willis Steinberger entered the
seventh grade last Friday.
Olive Quick returned to school
'Monday after a week's absence.
The girls of the seventh grade
have organized a basket ball team
and the boys have organized a foot
The Leon High School football
team plays at Lamoni on Fridav ev
Humeston High School football
team came to Leon 22 strong for
their game last Friday evening.
Leon won by the score of 7 to 6.
School was closed last Thursday
and Friday on account of County
Institute. Many of our Normal
Training students attended all of
The eleventh grade class is organ
izing for the year. There are 54
Juniors in High School.
Report cards were given out this
week, both in the grades and in the
Arden Steinberger entered ninth
grade last Friday. He comcs from
Weldon High School, his narents
having moved into Leon district.
There are 19a enrolled in High
Leon High School has a large
number of graduates enrolled in
various colleges this fall.
Preparations for a declamatory
contest are being made. It is plan
ned to give training to six members
of each of the high school classes.
Mrs. John Fulton and Mrs. James
Penniwell were visitors in Miss
Penniwell's room Wednesday after
Mrs. Everett Waters visited Miss
Horn's room Wednesday afternoon.
Do not neglect the warnings of na
ture. If your appetite is poor,
breath bad. tongue coated, you will
be sick unless you take steps to put
your system in good condition.
Prickly Ask Bitters is the remedy
you need. It Durifies and regulates
the liver. E. E. Bell, Special Agent.
Keep your body well
nourished and strong and
there is little danger. It's
essential that you keep up
your resistance«, There are
thousands of families who
would not dream of being
without the protection thai
affords. The right idea is to
start in the fall with Scott's
Emulsion and be protected
lor a strenuous winter.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1919.
Last fall—and now
P| or Navy Blue were the favorite styles with young men a year ago for those who
couldn't go it was a "suit that saved." This fall "belters" are the thing with the
4 young men who have come back.
"Suits that save" are popular with everybody
You'll get it all here in Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes lively style and the quality that wears long
and saves for you.
Our stock of Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, is complete. "Buy now" is our motto. Reorders
will be higher.
Ball Band Overshoes
Husking Mittens are goipg to be scarce. We have 40 dozen and they won't last long the way
they have been goijpg the past week.
The horns oi Karl Schatlner & Marx clothes
Parker & Son
Davis City, Iowa
AU Work Guaranteed
TERMS—1% where we work
Why We Handle United States Tires
Because they're good tires. Because we KNOW they're good
tires. Because our experience has taught us that they will satisfy
and gratify our customers.
There are United States Tires for every need of price or use.
We can provide exactly the ones for your car.
United States Tires
are Good Tires
United States tires are good tires. That's why we sell them.
Estes & Co., Leon Graham's Garage, Davis City
"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.