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'f Pleasant Ridgei
Mr. and Mrs.. James Munyon vis
ited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brammer and
famjly spent Sunday with. Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Brammer, of near Wes
Mr. and Mrs. David Acton moved
the past week on William Price's
farm southwest of Grand River.
E. E. Dunn, of Westerville, Miss
Amy Brammer and Miss Lucille
Shields attended the teachers' meet
ing at Leon Thursday and Friday/'
(Mrs. Vern Ray, who returned
home from Des Moines about three
weeks ago, where she had been in a
hospital, became suddenly worse,
and Dr. Carr, of Grand River, took
her back to Des Moines for further
Mrs. Louisa Wadsworth is one
among the sick this week, having
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams, of
Appanoose county, came the past
week to visit with her sister, Mrs.
John Taylor, of Grand River, and his
sister, Mrs. John Hopkins, and other
Marion Brammer, of near Wester
ville, will load his car, this Monday,
with his household goods for Macon,
Mo., where he has bought a farm.
His family will go there soon.
Mrs. E. C. Vanderpool and Mrs. H.
L. Brammer took a little outing and
went walunt hunting. We think we
will be safe in saying the ladies got
home safe and sound. They will be
pleased if their lady friends will
come in and help them to enjoy the
feast of nuts some night before long.
Mrs. Brammer and Mrs. Vanderpool
are good entertainers, so don't miss
the fun. Be sure and take your
toothpicks with you as lumber has
taken quite a raise.
Mrs. Vanatta, who has been visit
ing with her daughter, Mrs. S. M.
Foland, returned to her home in
Kansas the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Vick McKee, of Kan
sas, came to visit with her mother,
Mrs. Rachel Foland and her broth
ers, Lester, Michael and Emmett
Foland, and her sister, Mrs. James
Mrs. Ira Foster has been very sick
the past week, but is some better at
Mrs. Charles Foland spent last
Tuesday with Mrs. Fred Deemer.
Mrs. James Munyon called on Mrs.
John Acton last Friday.
Samuel Jones sr., who lived three
miles northwest of Grand River, had
liis house burn down last Wednes
day. He saved part of his house
hold goods. This «is the sccond time
his house has burned down inside of
two vears. This in a bad blow,for
Mr. Jones ps it is so near winter, to
have to build, and lumber is so aw
Thurman Gibler and wife spent
Sunday at Hometr Tharp's near
Mrs. W. Z. McDaniel and son, Ger
ald, spent Wednesday at E. J.
Ray and Grace Garner visited
Sunday at J. O. Garner's.
Mrs. George Evans and Mrs. Pat
Hampton and daughter, Elizabeth,
snent Wednesday afternon at E. J.
Anna Hubbard visited Sunday
afternoon at Pat Hampton's.
Miss Ethel Evans spent Thursday
and Friday of last week with her
sister, Mrs. W. Z. McDaniel.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rumley call
ed at David Hubbard's Sunday" even
Commencing at 1 o'clock sharp
TRRHIR—A credit of 6 months will be ?iven
prooerty to removed until setled for.
McKera JtfanchMtcr. Ave donee*:
Mrs. Jesse Maynard and children
visited Sunday at J. B. McDaniel s.
George Evans and wife and E. J.
Evans visited Monday with their
mother, Mrs. E. A. Little.
Hattie Evans spent Saturday
night with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Hull and child
ren visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Jake \/illiams.
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Cannon and
children, of Hebron, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. James.
The schools were closed Thursday
and Friday on account of the
Teachers' Institute at Leon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hill visited
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alex
House, of Leon.
We will sell at public auction on the Card farm, 8 miles northeast of Leon, 4% miles west of
Garden Grove, on
Friday, Oct. 17th
160 head of Live Stock
11 head of Horses and Mules
27 head of Hogs
Closing Out Sale!
As I am renting the farm and going to move to town, I will sell at
my farm 1 mile south and mile east of Decatur, on
Monday, Oct. 20th
Commencing at 1 o'clock sharp, the following property:
78 head of Live Stock
7 head of Horses
4 good brood mares 6 to 7 years old 1 three year old gelding,
weight about 1300 each 2 good spring colts from the Belgian
37 head of Cattle
14 cows, most all good milkers, three fresh and more will be fresh
soon 14 Head of yearlings, 5 heifers and 9 steers 7 calves 1
registered Aberdeen Angus bull 3 years old.
34 head of hogs
•sey brood sows 30 spring shoa
4 good Duroc Jersey brood sows 30 spring shoats weighing from
60 to 100 pounds.
40 tons Timothy Hay, 30 tons in barn, balance in stack.
50 Acres Meadow Pasture
O dozen Pure Bred White Leghorn yearling Hens, 2 dozen Pullets
Farm Implements—2 sets of work harness, farm wagon, truck wag
on, Dain hay stacker, Dain mower, sweep rake, 16 inch Success P.
& O. sulky plow, balance frame cultivator, 3 section harrow, corn
planter, 14 inch sod plow, McCormick grain binder, Gallo'way No.
9 cream separator 750 pounds capacity good as new, open buggy,
10 inch Superior coal heater. Some Household Goods, other arti
cles too numerous to mention.
Terms: A credit of 6 months will be given on all sums over $10
upon purchaser giving note with approved security drawing 8 per
cent interest from date. ?10 and under cash. No property to be
removed until settled for.
R. D. MAYNARD.
McKern ri Manchester, Aucts.
(), F. Walker, Clerk
Closing Out Sale!
3 draft mares and 2 draft horses span of three years old mules, 1 two year old mare mule, 1
yearling horse mule 1 two year old mare colt 1 yearling mare colt.
30 head of Cattle
6 good milch cows 5 spring calves 1 Hereford bull 14 White Face heifers coming two year
old 2 two year old steers 2 two year old Short Horn heifers.
25 spring shoats weighing 50 to 125 pounds 1 thoroughbred sow with pig 1 registered Duroc
80 Head of Sheep: 55 head of breeding ewes, 25 spring lambs.
(FARM IMPLEMENTS—3 horse power Majestic gas engine wood saw power washer cream
Rnnaratnr- feOsulkev plow 2 walking plows P. & O. riding cultivator combination culti
cultivator Deering binder Milwaukee binder broadcast seeder disc, 2 corn
planters 2 mowers sulkey hay rake 3 wagons sled buggy 3 sets of harness, 2 rolls of 30
inch woven wire 1 spool barb wire water tank.
300 bushels Oats. 400 bushels Corn in Crib. gOtons Hayin barn. 2 straw stacks,
pasture and stalk fields. 4 dozen thoroughbred Leghorn hens.
^th aroroved security drawing 8 per cent interest fr6m date. $10 and under cash.
Biddison & Card
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boyington spent
Sunday afternoon-with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Quayle, Mr.
and Mrs. Bige Johnston called at
the Ern Gamble home Sunday after-
and Mrs. Aldie Clark and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
jrirs. Earl Brady.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. James return
ed Wednesday from a visit in Adair
Bert Sargent went to Illinois
Saturday, being called there by the
death of his neice, Mrs. Grace Ken
A man doefe not amount to much
unless he can prove it.
Busy men nearly always are hap
all sums over $10 upon purchaser giving
Clerk from Leon Savings Bank.
44 breding ewes.
J. HASHimOlCK, Auctioneer.
M. E. Toadies will serve the lunch.
Commencing at 1 o'clock sharp:
Tullis Bros., Auctioneers,
Wednesday, Oct 15
Having sold my farm known as the Monroe farm 1 will setl at auction on my farm a half milt
south of Garden Grove, commencing at 10 o'clock sharp, old time, on the above date the
146 Head of Stock
16 head of Horses
Team of bay mares wt 3300 and good ones, a team of bay mares coming 4 years old, a team
of bay mares coming 3 years old, a black mare coming 4 years old and a good one a bay mare com
ing 10 years old gray horse 9 years old 4 draft yearling colts a suckling colt and a good saddle
horse well gaited.
66 head of Cattle
23 black Angus cows, 2 white face cows 5 red covs a pure bed Angus bull and a good one
3 pure bred Angus bull calves 32 spring calves all good ones.
44 Sheep and 20 Hogs
Implements, Grain, Feed
John Deere gang plow, three horse walking plow, riding cultivator :i surface cultivators a
3 section harrow, Milwaukee binder, a side delivery rake Keystone hay loader, manure spreader,
two sets of inch and half harness and a set o'f single buggy harness.
JNinety acres of good corn in field, 20 tons of clover hay in barn 40 tons ood oats straw in
barn 500 bushels of No. 101 seed oats 300 acres of fall pasture and stalk fields. Will rent
house and barns until March 1st to anyone buying feed and pasture.
TERMS— 3—6—or 9 months time to suit the purchaser, with interesct at S ner annum.
?10 and under cash.
2 coming 5 year old horses 2 horse colts coming 3 years old 1 pony.
C. E. Ktuber, Clerk.
I will sell at public sale at my farm 3 miles west of Decatur, mile east of the Springer
bridge, on Decatur and Grand River road, on
Wednesday, Oct. 22
I4I Head of Live Stock
86 head of Cattle
16 White Face cows 1 full blood White Face cow with papers 1 full blood White Face bull
with papers 8 milch cows 14 three year old cows 1 cow with calf by side 1 Jersey cow 7
White Face roan heifers coming two years old 27 yearling and spring calves.
5 head of Horses
50 head of Hogs
25 istock hogs weighing 100 to 125 pounds 25 shoats weighing about 75 pounds.
TERMS A credit of 9 months will be given on all sums over ?10 upon purchaser giving note
with approved security drawing 8 per cent interest from date. ?10 and under cash. No property
to be removed until settledfor.
My 84 Acre Farm
Will also sell my 84 acre farm, good improvements, all fenced, worlds of water. Terms
made known day of sale.
20 spring shoats weighing 100 lbs.
O. F. Walker, Clerk.