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Mrs. C. W. Bedell, of Decatur, was
M. visitor ia Leon Tuesday.
•Mrs. A. A. Cozad, of pleasanton,
was a visitor in Leon Monday.
Cleve Covington was a business
visitor at Pleasanton Monday.
JLouis Piepe, of Lamoni, liad busi
ness in this city last Thursday.
Roy Biddison made a business
trip to Des Moines last Friday.
Mrs. Fred Killilay, of Pleasanton,
was visiting in Leon Monday.
m. visit with her mother, Mrs. Laney,
mnd other relatives in this city.
E. Fierce, of JJelray, was a bus
iness visitor in thas city Friday.
Mrs. T. \V. Hall, of Cainsville,
was a visitor in Leon Tuesday.
Mrs. Jessie Teale. of Lamoni, was
visitor in this city yesterday.
Fletcher Honn, of near Blockley,
tiad business in Leon last-Friday.
Miss Sophia Shell, of Decatur, was
a visitor in this city last Friday.
B. Housh went to Des Moines
Thursday on a short business trip.
Warren Sankey, who was here on
JL visit, left Monday for Kansas City.
Miss Veta McWilliams of Pleasan
ton, was a visitor in Leori Saturday.
L. M. Ader, of PleastHrt-on, was a
business visitor in this City Saturday.
.Louie i-iurst returned Saturday
from a business trip to Des Moines.
Miss Myrta Marble, of Davis City,
is a visitor in this city Thursday.
J. L. Binning, of Grand River, was
a business visitor in Leo4 yesterday.
W. H. Crawley, of DaVlS City, was
a business visitor in Lefrn Tuesday.
Mrs. S. W. Kobbins returned to
lier liome at Decatur Thursday after
W. W. Wiley, of Davis City, was a
business visitor in Leon last Friday.
J. H. Wilson, of Mt. Ayr, was a
business visitor in this city Thurs
Geo. P. Campbell, of Davis City,
was a business visitor in Leon Fri
J. A. Daniels, of Garden Grove,
was a business visitor'in Leon Satur
Orra Teale and family, of Lamoni,
spent Sunday with relatives in this
Bill Connor, of Des Moines, came
Sunday evening for a visit in this
city with his sister, Mrs. Jesse Dun
A. T. Weldon. of Davis City, was
a business visitor in this city last
Miss Martha Truitt went to Deca
tur Saturday to visit a few days with
Mrs. B. W. Brooke returned from
a visit with relatives at Garden Grove
Miss Irene Henry left Monday for
a visit with friends at' Safordsville,
Harve MeClaran, of near Decatur,
•was a business visitor in this city
J. F. and Ruby Parker, of Davis
City, were busine'ss visitors in Leon
T. U. Merrifield, of Davis City,
"was a business visitor in this city
Robert and Will Pickens, of near
Davis City, were visitors in Leon
Mis Ethel Hale, of Decatur, came
JMonday for^ visit with Triends in
Fred Seikman, of Lamoni, was a
"business visitor in this city last
iMisses Fanette and .Alice Walker,
—*o' Decatur, were visiting in Leon
Mrs. T. A. Webster, of Garden
:Grove. was a visitor in this city last
Port Bowsher returned Mondy ev
ening from an over Sunday visit in
Alvan ivlarkley returned Saturday
irom a few days visit with relatives
Miss Ona Riley, of Decatur, came
Friday evening for a short visit with
Mrs. E. E. Doolittle, of Davis City,
was visiting with friends in this city
Cleve Covington and Wm. Hixson
were business visitors at Andover,
Wo., last Friday.
J. V. Arney. of Des Moines, came
Friday and spent a few days in this
city on business.
Mrs. V. M. Smith and Mrs. O. A.
Turn in. of Davis City, were visitors
in Leon Tuesday.
Mrs. Walter Camnbell went to
Garden Grove Friday for a few days
visit with friends.
S. D. Leachinan. of Lineville, was
visiting with old time friends in this
city last Thrusday.
County treasurer J. Weslev Chew
returned Saturdav from a business
trin to Des Moines".
IM^s. Ella Willis went to Bur
roughs Mo., Friday for a few days
visit with relatives.
.Mrs. Brvan. Robbins went to Des
Moines Friday for a short visit with
relatives and friends.
Miss Kate Grogan returned Thurs
day from a few days visit with
friends in Des Moines.
W. D. Merritt and C. G. Cum
ininps, of Davis Citv. were in Leon
Monday on business.
P. J. Evans, of Des' Moines, was
the guest of Miss Ansa Wilkerson in
this city over Sunday.
Miss Marzuerita Graves went to
Pleasanton Thursday to visit a few
days with her mother.,.
Ed H. Sharn went to Bethany,
Mo., Tuesday to visit his parents,
Mr. And Mrs. S. Sharp.
Mif=s Marguerita Adair went to
Mt. Ayr Thursday evening to spend
few days with friends.
(Mrs. Roy Biddison-left Tuesday for
a few days visit with relatives at
Humeston and Corvdon.
Whit*1 Hurst went to Garden
Orove Thursday to snend a couple of
davs with young friends.
John Cufn returned from Bethany,
"Mo.. Monday, where he had been vis
Itlntr for a connle of weeks.
Mrs. .7. H. Alldredge returned Fri
day afternoon from ajfew days visit
with friends in St. Joe. Mo.
W. H. Graham went to Lamoni
Saturday tn visit hivi1)rother, B. F.
•Graham, who is quite sick.
Mrs. L. A. Brown and daughter,
mis? OnaV of Davis City, were visit
Ine in this city last Saturday.
Mrs. William Owens and children
-w®nt to Pleasanton Saturday for a
•few days visit with relatives.
Warren Sanev came in a?ain last
JMday and visited ovw -Sunday with
Ilio manv friends in thlfe fity.
Mrs. John Goodman, of northeast
©f Leon, left Thursday for a visit
wlMi relatives at Jasnp'r. Mo.
Tohn F. Garber. of Franklin town
sb'n. returned Tuesday evening from
a business trip to Dea Moines.
•Mrs. F. L. JenkinsSaad daughter,
Konene, of Garden^ Orove, were
Visitors In Leon last-.Saturday.
Mrs. Nancy Carlton went to Kel
lerton Friday evening to visit a few
jdtays with relatives a^d, friends.
Miss Opal PickeriAS returned to
home at Decatui* Saturday .after
visit with relatives' in this city,
ijtfrs. Lillie Bennett returned to
home at Garden Grove Monday,
Scott Gardner left Monday for
.isu ai ioiuington, Wyoming wi
.lis daughter, Airs. Zeal
iviis. iNora Thompson anu Mist
.vialie Wilson went to Davis
iuesday evening tor a^ short
K. b. nyan returned to Ins
aear ^ca?uT Friday after Tpenmng -ind friends in Kansas City Mo
in this City on business. j.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. still, ot soum
of Leon, departed Tuesday for
visit with relatives at Akeley Minn
Mrs A Mcintosh and daughter
Helen returned Thursday evening
from a few days visit in ^Moines.
is it 1 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 O 1 1 1 S S A
,Ivlrs. Frank Binning, of near Del
ray, came Saturday for a visU with
her mother, Mrs
S. A. First, of Wyoming, Io
wa, was in Leon Tuesday on hei
way to Kellerton for a visit with rel-
Leeper went to Pleasanton
Saturday for an over. Sunday visit
with relatives and friends in that
P. Olsen returned from an
over Sunday visit with her daughter,
Miss Nina, in Des Moines, Monday
John' Weldion returned .to his
home at Cainsville, Mo., Thursday
after a short visit with friends in
Miss^ tlazel Morey, of Chuggwater,
Wyoming, who is visiting at Pleas
anton, was a visitor in this city last
Sell returned from Excel
sior Springs, Mo., Saturday, where
he had been for several weeks tor
E. Dale, of near Koyle, came up
Thursday after his children, Delos
and Irene, who are attending school
Mrs? Warnstaff asd baby re
turned to their home in Des Moines
Tuesday after a visit with relatives
in this city.
Mrs. J. W. Honnold went to Ex
celsior Springs, Mo., Tuesday moVn
ing to visit a few days with her son,
Mrs. Anna Sutton and daughter,
Miss Ruth went to Blythedale, Mo.,
Saturday for an over Sunday visit
Mrs Fred Potter and daughtei,
Miss Reta, of southeast of Leon,
went to St. Joe, Mo., Thursday for a
few days viist.
Mrs. Harmon McKinley and
daughter, Miss Paige, returned from
a few days visit in Des Moines las*,
Mrs. A. C. Bonser, of Bethany,
Mo., came Monday for a visit at the
home of her mother, Mrs. S. J.
Koger, in this city.
A. L. Sears, of northeast of Leon,
returned from New Virginia Thurs
day, having been called there to
Conduct a funeral.
E. O. Lovett, of Garden Grove,
was a business visitor in Leon last,
Thursday, going on to Davis City on
the evening train.
Martin Little, who is a student in
the Leon High School, went to his
home at Pleasanton Friday for an
over Sundav visit.
Miss Gertie Lovell returned to her
home at Davis City Thursday even
ing. after a few days visit with
friends in tikis city.
Mrs. Sam Scull and baby returned
from Chariton Friday where they
had been visiting a few days with
relatives and friends.
A. T. Weldon, of Davis Citv pass
ed through this city Thursday on
his way to Decatur to look after
some business matters.
M. F. Thompson and Wni. Good
man, of Van Wert, passed through
Leon Friday on their way to St. Joe,
Mo., on a business trip..
Miss Avarilla Lemmax returned to
her home near Gainesville,. Mo., Fri
day after visiting a couple of days
with friends in this city.
Mrs. Mary Shaw and grandson.
Harry Shaw, of near Davis City,
were in Leon Thursday on their way
to Pleasanton for a visit.
rieasanion lor a visit.
Mo., was in Leon last Thursday, en
route home from a visit with rela
relatives at St. Joe, Mo.
Vy ui 111 11110
Mrs. J. F. Hines, of Grand River,
came Saturday evening for a few
days visit with her neice, Mrs. Rolla
Chastain, of east of Leon.
Miss Nan McCulloch, of Humes
ton, came Saturday evening and vis
ited over Sunday in this city with her
brother, Frank McCulloch.
Mrs. Isaac Gatton returned from
St. Joe, Mo., Friday, where she bad
been visiting at the home of her son,
Clair Gatton and family.
Mrs. Francis Varga returned Fri
day evening from Des Moines, where
she had been visiting a few days
with relatives and friends.
Robert Evans, manual training
instructor in the Leon High School,
went to Des Moines Friday to spend
the week end with friends.
Miss Nita Vandel. of Pleasanton,
who is attending school at Lamoni,
was in Leon Thursday on her way
home to visit over Sunday.
Mrs. C. J. Trawver returned to
her home at Des Moines Friday after
visiting a few days at the home of
Mrs. Orel Estes In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Alpress. of No
wata, Oklahoma, came last FHdav
for a few days visit with relatives
and friends in this vicinity.
H. L. Cavender, who has been
working in Des Moines, came Friday
for a visit with his mother, Mrs.
Anna Tavender. in thi* city.
B. F. Robison and little son re
turned to their home at Ellston
Thursday after visiting a few days
with relatives in this vicinity.
Miss Carrie Mead returned to her
home at Corydon Friday after a few
days visit in this city with her
friend, «irs. Ralnh Pickerine.
Mrs. Henry Wilson and children
returned from Chariton Saturday
where they had been visiting a few
days with relatives and friends'
Miss Marguerite Graves went to
Pleasanton Monday evening for a
short visit with her mother, Mrs. T.
J. Graves, and other relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. C. M. McGuire, of
-iumestou, were over Sunday visi
tors at the home ol' her sister, Mrs.
Barbara Alexander, in this city.
Mrs. Lewis Hill and neice, Mrs
Jesse Franklin, departed Saturday
for a few days visit wRlv relative^
several for Clarinda jvhere he« examining
ner narents, Mr. and Mis.
.uintoyne, at Davis ^^ylastFnclay
Lemley departed Thursday
the county offices, after, visiting a
few days with his family, in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pickering left
Saturday for Akron, Colorado, for a
visit of several weeks with their
daughter, Mrs. Hal Gates and fam-
a few days visit with friends in this Mr. and Mirs. A. L. Howard, tnis
Ada Crees returned to her
Anetta Howard, who is em-
Mrs W. A. Carroll and Mrs. I. C.
a Norman, of near Decatur, camB Sat
and Mrs. C.
or a visit nil Mrs, W. H. Malohey re
L. J. Cox, in this her home at Ottumwa Monday after
a week's visit in this city at the
George Kreigh, of Dayis City was home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert
LiCUI ge ivicisui aHu \lnii.
a business visitor in this city
day, being on his way home trom De
wViliam Aikin went to Pleasanton in Leon Friday, being on her way to
ThuVs& for a few days visit with Ridgeway, Mo., for a visit with rel
his grandparents, Mr. and Mis. J. N. ati^es.
Pullin left Thursday for her home at Leroy Saturday after
Muscatine where he will visit a few visiting a few days in this city at the
wPPk? with his daughter, Mrs. Sadie home of her daughter, Mrs. Ralph
weeks with his daughter,
Mrs. Leslie Biliups, of Great Falls,
Montana, was an over night visitor
W. F. Dalbey, of Albany,
Mo., passed through Leon Thursday
being on his way to Grand Forks,
S. D., to look at some land propo
Misses Amy Brammer and Zora
Glazebrook returned to their homes
been here attending
near Tuskeego Thursday evening
after a visit at the home of his par
"'Mrs.'5!. N. Edwards and daughter
George Chastain, who had been
visiting with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs C. E. Chastain, in this city, re
turned to his work in Des Moines
^Little Miss Mildred Fuller return
ed to her home at Kellerton Monday
evening after a few days visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gardner
in this city. .M.
Mrs Grover Jennings and child*
ren, of Humeston, came Saturday
for an over Sunday visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Johnson,
in this city.
came Monday evening for a two
weeks visit at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Melvin, of
east of Leon. _..
Mrs A. Weldon, of Davis City,
came Thursday for a few days visit
at the home of her neice, Mrs. D. *.
Avery and other relatives this city
Mrs. J. E. Craiger returned to hei
home at St. Joe, Mo., Tuesday aiter
spending the summer at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Drue Kelley, of
Mrs. Horace Farquhar and Mrs.
Ed Farquhar and baby, left Tues
day morning for Cedar Falls,,for a
few days visit with Mr. and Mps.
Mrs. nomas Williams, of north
east df Leoft was called to txriggs
ville, Illinois, Saturday by a message
announcing tne death of her brother,
Mrs. Howard Muse, of south of
Leon, returned from Decatur Satur
day, where she had been visiting at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Akers.
Geo. W. Peniwell went to St. Joe,
Mo., Saturday to try and employ a
stone mason to lay the granite
blocks for his new residence on
north Main street.
Mr and Mrs. J. N. Waddell, of San
Bernardino. California, arrived
Leon last Thursday for a visit with
Mrs. Waddoll's sister, Mrs. Mary
Buell. in this city.
Mrs. W. C. Rhodes returned to
her home near i^amoni Monday ev-.
ening, after a visit at the home off
her narents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Brown, in this city.
Mrs. F. Honn, or Strand, who had
been visiting with her father. D. W.
Mills, in this city, went to C.ariiefi
Grove Saturday for a visit with rel
atives at that place.
Miss Beulah Pottorff went to Mt.
Ayr Saturday evening and visited
over Sundav with her parents. Mr.
IV mo Drttnvff wVin
Mrs. S. 0. Maxwell, of Cainsville, and Mrs. W. S. Potorff, who moved
to Mt. Ayr recently.
R. S. Kennett departed Thursday
for his home at Pingree, N. D., liav
Mrs. S. A. Edwards' returned to ing been here to attend the Akes,
her home at Pleasanton Thursday Bros. Hereford sale,_ at which he
'leasanton Thursday Bros. Hereiora saie, at wnun fdr several vears been a train dis*
a1Lei vIS,uus a couple Of days in bought a half car load which were patcher on tta Canadian Pacific R^R
this city at the home of her daugh- shipped to Pmgree. Mrs. Cora Fithian, ^bo :stopped
ter, Mrs. Leslie Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Garner and fam- bere for. a few days visit with hei
Raymond Howell, of Pittsburg, ily, of Adel, Iowa, motored to Leoti sister, Mrs. ^an01* 23
Penn. arrived Thursday for a visit last Friday in their Hudson Super*, her return
with his parents and other relatives Six, and'»visited a few days at the ^Jher
in this city and vicinity. home of nis father, J. O. Garner and Moines Saturday for an over Sunday
(Mrs. John Hyland, of Osceola, ar- other relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. visit at the home of her neice, Mrs.
rived Mondav evening for a few days J. O. Garner, who had been visiting Marion E. Wasson, returning to ner
visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. at Adel, returned home with them, western home the first of tne week.
Joe \V. Culp, in this city.
THE LEON REPORTER, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 10,1919.
niayphrook returned to viieir uuiuca wi. vuuj, °uu
near Grand River Saturday having outing of two or three weeks at the
•. -. ,,m3»£W
Mrs. Sarah Deck, of Hutchinson,
Kansas, visited over Sunday with
her cousins, Alfred and Amos Deck,
going to Mt. Ayr Monday evening for
a visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ellis, of
Anamosa, came Sunday for a few
days visit at the home of t^eir
cousin, Ira J3. Officer and other rel
atives in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kennedy, of
Fayettsville, Arkansas, who. lia.d
been visiting at Garden Grove, came
Monday for a visit with friends in
this city and vicinity. ...
Dr. and Mrs. T. S. Duff, of Cains
ville, Mo., were in Leon Friday, be
ing on their way home from
Chicago, where Dr. had been taking
a post graduate course.
Mrs. A. E. Swim returned Monday
evening from a visit with relatives
at Fontanelle. She was accompan
ied to Leon by her neice, Miss Vena
Nembury, of Greenfield.
George Farquhar and his mother,
Mrs. Samuel Farquhar, ueparted last
Thursday for a visit at the home of
'Mrs. Farquhar's sister, Mrs. Bay
Reeder, at Olathe, Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith, of La
moni, visited over night in Leon
Friday, being on their way to Bur
gess, Illinois for a visit with their
daughter, Mrs. D. F. Keller.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Evans returned
Friday evening from Bancroft, Iowa,
where they had been visiting for a
few weeks at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Geo. W. Carmean.
Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Throckmorton,
of Des Moines, who had been visit
ing a.-few days with relatives in this
city, Went to Derby Mondav for a
short visit before returning home.
Mrs. A. L. Currv went to Excel
sior Springs, Mo., Thursday being
Joined at Bethany, Mo., by Mrs. I.
M. Curry, and they will enjoy an
"i4 o^'-Rrown returned to his home Rich HilL, Mo., wno had been visit
H. b. Brown reiurueu IU UID uu TiiiUW
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hume Sr.. of
A. Brown" "in son, Dr. F. G. Hume and family in
Earl Ryan, of Humeston, was vis-
Mrs I N Edwards ana aaueutci, xvyaai, ui nuiucowu, ».«
Eloise of Van Wert, came Thursday, iting with friends in this city Tues
and visited a few days with her day. H© has accepted a positio^ as
mollier, Mrs. Caroline Robbins, ih
XV 1L11 1111-9 I uuu mwv*i »u»i
ing at Morris, Illinois, arrived Satur
day for a visit at the home of their
UCIJ. lie HO-O CIVVV|/«.V« J/VU.V.WW
pharmacist in a drug store at Cres
ton, and will commence work in a
G. C. Hill, of Pleasanton, accom
panied his daughter, Mrs. J. L. East
en, of Wrav. Colorado, to Leon
Thursday she being on her way
home after a visit with her parents
Mrs. E. C. Fulkerson and children,
of near Leon, returned Monday from
a visit with relatives at Cainsville,
Mo. Her neice. Miss Margery Ra
gan, of Cainsville, came home with
her for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. French and
daughter, Mary Jane, and Miss Eula
tViic pifv UrtUgiilCi, uauv« auu avxauo "uh
\iic= FWn Melvin of -Des M6in€ip 'Waight, of St. Joe, Mo., came Tues
Miss Jern Meivin,
for a few days vlsit with Dr and
Mrs. W. F. Waight and other rela
tives in this city.
Mrs. Charles Coffin went to Davis
Citv Saturday for a short visit with
relatives,--meeting her mother, Mrs.
W. H. Acton, who had been visiting
in Des Moines, and accompanying
her to Davis City.
Henry Minor, of Lamoni, and his
mother, .Mrs. J. J. Minor, of Leon,
returned Tuesday evening from Wal
nut, Iowa, where they were called to
attend the funeral of Mr. Minor's
uncle, Frank Mick.
Mrs. Charles Burchett, of Van
Wert, and sister, Miss Edith Foll
m'er, of Leori, went to Cainsville,
Mo., Saturday for an over Sunday
.visit with their parents, Mr. and
.Mrs. Geo. F. Follmer.
'Dolnh Pease and O. F. Sloan, of
Bloomfield. motored to Leon Mnday.
Mr. Sloan being on his way to Grant
City, Mo., and Mr. Pease came for a
visit with his mother and other rela
tives in this city and vicinity.
Aaron Bowman, of Minneapolis,
Minn., came last week for a visit
with relatives in this city. It had
been fifteen years since he left Leon,
and he notices the many good im
provements made since he left here.
Mrs. Charles Smith, of Shenan
doah, who had been visiting with
friends in this city and attending the
Federated Clubs convention, went to
Pleasanton Thursday evening to vis
it a few davs before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Brown and
son George of Medford, Oregon,
icame last Wednesday for a visit
with his father. Capt.,J. D. Brown,
and other relatives in this vicinity,
as well as a host of old time friends.
George Chastain, of Des Moines,
who is here visiting his narents Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Chastain, returned
Thursday afternoon from a short
visit at Davis City with his grand
narents, Mr. and (Vlrs. W. H. Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ketcham and
infant son, of Revelstoke, B. C., ar
rived last Thursday for a visit with
his narents. Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Ketcham, in this city. Edgar has
Now as to the implement-store and our intentions Wejiave
understand, and if we can sell the stock in bulk we will then devote ail
thi»s sure to he made up knd sold to the farmers of the United S£*tes, f°
*Sis i— u. *1— nia*A iv
went to jjes
The government of the United States, England, France and
janv other articles, bousrht up all the best part of the hides, so the factories making harness are now loaded up with soft, funky Mather.
Nowthls is sure to he JnadlTup khd sold to the fanners of the United States, so when youhmv*» ch*"™, k2£2£
buy harness at the place where they're made or know whft'is in them. We can save yon from 910 to «20 on ail the Harness
we have in stock if you come'in and buy before November 10th.
Now we want to make clear our business intentions. First, our InT^^wHSve* everT^ SdTtir stock of
had the shop made separate from the automobile department and it will be the JggLfSyjSt- oJ^hoTdeoartment haS
harness will be one thaTwe are proud of and you will like them as we have our own ideas of howr to make Harness, our snoe department nas
a little back-set at present, but we will be supplied at the earliest time possible.
Buick six cylinder cars in an up-to-date manner. So when you come ta.Hftr store walk upstairs and see tne only upstairs implement store
aft*. .. »••»%«.
outside of the cities.--
Mrs. Ella Sang, of Los Angeles,
Qalifornia, and her neice, Mrs. Geor
gia Forester, of Chicago, arrived
Monday evening for a few days visit
with bLTB. Sang's sister. Mrs. H. R.
Layton, and many friends in this
city. Mrs. Forester's husband, Capt.
Forester, is still in service, beiAg in
the medical department, and they
had been at Fort Sheridan for a feift.
days visit with him before he report
ed at a new station in the east.
We offer you a 14 lnch «t^el beam ploiy for $18.50
John Deere spreaders $185«00
Emerson spreaders flOS.OO
Velle spring wagon9 wortFi $150.00* now $110*00
John Deere 6 foot mow«l68.00
Low wheel wagon gears $50.00 to $55.00
^Sulkcy plows$69.0# '4-:^
:A few pieces ol good used furniture al a bargain
YOURS TO DO YOU .CQOD
—"and from there we went to Japan"
Talk about adventures!
Men in the Navy come
home with the kind of
experiences that most
chaps read of only in the
Here's your chance!
Uncle Sam has, as you know,
big Navy and gives red*
blooded young fellows like you
an opportunity to step aboard
and "above off".
What will you get out of It?
A chance to tub elbows with
foreign folks in strange parts of
The chance for good honest
work on shipboard—the kind of
work that teaches you something
real the kind of work that puts
U. S .Navv
MM S. E. Adams,
faithful Davis City cprr^spo
fot ifiore than thirty years St
off in this city Saturday for a few5
hours visit with friends, being en-|
route home from an extended visit*
'riew'stock of Ball Band Footwear'
at J. A. Mcintosh's.
beef on your shoulders end hair
on your chest.
You will get 30 care-free vaca
tion days a,year, not counting
chore leave In home cr fsreiga
You will have the kind of com
radeship ia travel that sailors
You will have regular pay*
over and above your meals, lodg
ing and your first uniform outfit
—good stuff all of it.
You can join for two years.
When you get through you'll be
physically and mentally "tuned
up" for the rest of your life.
Youll be ready through and
through for SUCCESS.
There's a Recruiting Station
right near you. If you den't
know wherj it is, your Post*
master will be glad to tell you.
7s amy Father and Mather r—
In th» Itmwy your bagr'm food, health, work mnd ptmy, mnd
0w«/mtfw* turn mM mitmr by zotpontiblu •xpmrtt.
For Bread- Biscuils-Cskes
in having all their leather goods jaade np^ such as iharnegg, ^saddles
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For Sale by
LEW G1LLHAM, LEON, IOWA
LEON LAUNDRY CO.
French Dry Cleaners
Laundry Work or French Dry
Cleaning of any kind ...