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   Rippey Reporter (Newspaper) - November 9, 1895, Rippey, Iowa                                 •Rippey Reporter.  Xtavaltd to^c Welter« and IntmM «ftlM Pm. pi* of IUpp«yMi4 Viciai^. .  EDITED BT SPECIAL COmiBDTORS.  I»"^*»« all lien» to be iwbliihéd^' «d«ertt(iiì( and orden Ibrjo^ «¡ork at the Commercial Baak with JOHNSON & BVRK. Buiiaen Mana^ ot Tte Rimpiv Rspostbi.  EPWORTH LBAGUK DEPARTMENT.  Our Mettd: ••LeokUp. Lift IfK OFhcERS:  iMaty Riddle............................ Prejident  :Siella Radebaogh. Fint V. Pre(.....Chri>tian Work  tFSl? Y •••..... Mere» «Id Help  , iWIhe lohnion. Third V. Prei...............Literary  S. A.^ohnioa, Fourth V. Prei.......Eatertabiments  ' Job"J*u»l«. ^crrtary.....¿...........Correipondciice  ISam Free. Treasurer.......................Finance  MKBTINGS.  Devotional every Sunday at 6-30 p, m Literary program rendered the last Thunday in -each month, y.yt p. m.  Y. P S. C. E.  "For Christ and the Church." ' . ' - ■oi-ncmK" ■  Mr. Phelps...............................President  MrstHattie Btakeroan................VicePresident  Miss tirace Brush..............Recording SecreMry  jSrving C. Lovcjoy........................Treasurer  Maggie Bardoie............Corresponding Secretary  .Miss Grace Brush.........................Organist  CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTBRS,  -Prayer Meeting.....................Miss Hallingby  SLookout............................Maude Curri«  iSocial............................Magtie Coch-.ane  Regular meetings every Sunday evening at 6*30.  C., R. I. A P. RAILWAY  TRAINS AT RIPPEY.  GOING NORTH.  INo.e37i Freight.......................... 9:00a. m  .TNo. «09. Passenger....................... 1:50 p. m  Tfo. aeSi Passenger...................... 6;59 p. m  GOING sotn'H.  I'Mo. 9a£> Passenger........................4=59 p. m  JTo. >38. Freight.......................... 1:50 p. m  . Mo. aio, PaiMnger........................ 8:sS a. m  Tickets sold and bagaage checked tn all pointsin the U. S. if (iven two days notice. E. C. Pinnbv.  LOOAL AXO FUUBOMAIi;  'S. W.JOHNSON, President.  W. A. JOHNSON, Cashier.  fhefommercialBaqk  RIPPEY,  IOWA.  Tbis Bank i« prepared to transact a (reneral banking hunine««. Interest allowed on time dt^posits. Money loaned and (Mod nut«» bouffht at current rate» ot'interest. We make a specialty of sale notes and collection.  'your Patronage is Solicited.  IRWIN'S'  Cream Lotion  Eli Berrian wai in town Satarday.  Election day paaied off qantiy in Rippty.  Reoofder Limpmui «M in toirn on Toeedty.  Hisa Mattha Cooper went to Boone last Toeiday.  0. B. Mecam of Porry-wm in town Wednesday.  Thè dance was not a financial ineceai. T^y again boy*.  A great deal of paint it being ipiead hereabonts tbt« fall.  J.F. HasMtt, of Jefferson, wae doing business here Toetdar.  Miss Mary Murphy is visiting frienda at Clare, Iowa, thia week.  Miss Pearl Gilliland of Jeffemon was Tisiiin«r in town over Sunday.  Another tnill, with the usual pair ot "Black Eyes", since our la«t writing.  County Superintendent, W. E. Jenison visited the Rippey schools Inst Friday.  The new Un>ted Brethem charch at Dawson Iowa wilLbe dedicated Nov.,24.  Mra^ l«ttie Mecam:^TÌsited a short time;! last week with her friend Mrs. F. Harmon.  John Free and Chns. Adkini were in Boone Friday. The drove across country. Hull, Sliipley, 0. L. Harmon, Brakem an, Ofiborn. Thompson, Sperry, Ferguson and a.lliland.  Hired help is in great demand and wages are ftood. There is still a great deal ot corn ungathered.  Mi» Della McCrory is visiting at the Ridle home this week, the guest of Miss Maud Cocbrane.  Mr. A. J. Stoufer has gone to Ida county on a business trip. He will be away most of the week.  Sheriff J. E. Dodge was here Monday subpoening witneues and juryman for the next term of court.  Mrs. F. Brown and Miss Maggie Bar-dole enjoyed a dtyi visit at the L.C. liove* joy home, last Monday.  We understand that Chauncy Wajmer has sold hifi interest in the Ferguson Meat market to Joe Ferguson.  B. F. Osborn and wife^ and 0. L.. Harmon and wife enjoyed an overland trip to Grand Junction last Sunday. An: affliction nimilar to wbat job hai 2 verse 7) botberH a goodly num-ot! oar citizens nowiiduya.  Mrs, Herman Rnxz came up from Valley Junction last Monday evening to spend a tew days with her mr thcr and other relatives in town.  Mr. and Mr«. Rosrero returned to their home last Monday alier vifliting very  dleMm. TaMall, Beard,'Barnoa, Rittg«n, Brwh, KelW, HcClane, Orange. Bradley and Ttambull. The Misi H«Jli6i^, Tiab-maa. Hand Cochrane and J^e Ridia were alao ptesent being etpeeiaUy invited.  Dibd;—«on ofChM. Brofaet living one and à half miles north of Dawson Nov. 1, 1896, aged 12 year«, and 7 uootht. Th* Aweml servicee wim held at the honee on Sunday Nov. 8. Rev. 8.8. Eslick ofBca« ting. The remains wen laid to reat in the Keisey cemetery. Mr, and Mrs. Broiwt havé the aympadiy of many friend« in Oieeae and Dallas County.  The Ladies' Reading Circle ina moet delightfully entertainedby Mr«. A. P. Oil liland at her hone last Tueeday evening elegant refreahment« wereeerved by the hot teas and very much enjoyed by the gueet«. It being a "«ocial occasion" almost the entire evening was apent in a ho-cialwayand very much enjoyed by all-Those preaent were Mesdame« Kreamer Mn J. E. Rhorer entertained a number of lady friends at a quilting party last Wednesday. Dinper (a very enjoyable part of thè entertainment) waa served at noon " " « well M _ a practi-  ___________________________that they, can  work and talk at* the same* time—a feat which the "lord® of creation," say they are totally unable to perform.  The vote on township officers in Washington township was as follows:  TBU8TER.  F.M.Fry............................144  Amos Burk..........................103  A. M. Hull........................... 66  JÙ8TI0B or TRS FBACB.  Alfred Rboads............ ....... ...138  Saul W. Johnson.............. .....110  M.T. Rogers......................... 60  COHBTABLB.  James Davis.........................134  A. B. Lovcgoy........... .........120  M. Galvin, Jr........................,56  Is the Only Thing That Will Keep Your Hands in Shape to Husk Corn This Fall. TRY A BOTTLE and be Convinced.  Only isCts. Per Bottle.  Irwin & Harmon  THE DRUGGISTS.  SüCKEYß COAL CO  Three Miles South of Rippey.  Xump Coal, $2.00 per ton Nut Coal, $1.50 per ton. Pea Coal, $1.00 per ton.  gleasantly for oevei al days &t the home of [r. and Mrs. Tuttle.  If Corbett and Fitz-^immona would only come to Rippey. too fipht, they would allowed to do battle to a finish. We are peaceable and guarantee no interference.  Mrs. Halsey Crumley and children returned last week from Oscaloosa, where they had been enjoyinsr quite an extender! visit at the home of Mrs. Ciumley' ems.  ■ s p¡ r-  The above are prices «nines. Call and see us.  at our  MIKK FIFE, Prop.  O  z  o u  a o o  0  1  o r  While I am having a much larger trade on  for Chapped Hands, than ever before and while fbelieve it to be; the best thing made; for Chapped and Sore; Hands, yet I do not; push it and am equally pleased to furnish any of the many different things used to cure Chaps, Sores, Sprains, and of which I keep a< Large and Complete; Stock.  rün  RIPpEY, IOWA.  .Si  O  m  03  ra  m n  3  ra >  V  ra  73  Misses Harmon and Aduins havrn just received new winter coods, a tiill and complete line of waltcing liats and RHilors, all of the very liitost styles. Call and get prices.  Tbe Sci anton Journal Ex'.ra w.as a da'sy —quite a number of copies camo to thia burg—wonder if our represeiitalive elect hadn't better run a daily ibis winter from tbe state capitol.  Mrs. Laidley, who baa b 'ennur-iing the typhoid f. ver p itie its at M:-. Hail's north east of Rippey returned honie last Saturday. Aa last reported, one of the children a Kirl about 12 yeara old, bad taken a re-lapae and is lyin« very near deatba door.  Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Holmes entertiineU a small company of frienda at their h<)in labt Mondiiy evening, the occasion beiiijr the first anniversary of their niarriajje. A very pleasant time wa^i had by these prt -aeot who were Mr. and Mra. Sam Ellis, Mr. and Mra. J. McClune, Vlisae.-) Eva Mo Cool and Anna Bryan un i C Moberly.  Miss M^rgurete Cooaran^ entertained the young lad ea of her music claaa at her home last Saturday, Sue waa asstisted by her sister Miss Maud. Converasition and mus'c were the amusements. Several fine selecdona of music being rendered by (he Misses Clark, Harmon, Beard, Hiddleaon Cochrane and the hoatea». After which the (irueats «as'mbl d in tbn dininfi; room around tables lad ^n with thu cho sest delicacies, in the early eveniny ull demirffil for home, bearingr ni-'mories o( the plea>-ant afternoon cp-nt. Tnoie of (bu cIsks inviti d weie Alis es Ciark, Adkins, llid-  Tha Skank>s Bite. "Is the skunk a dangerous animaxr 1 Bhould say so," remarked B. P. Glaze, of St. Louis, the other day. "I know very many people will be surprised at the assertion, but there is one species of tbis unpopular tribe that ia as much to be dreaded as a rattlesnake, as I learned one year while sojourning in western Texas. One ni,7ht in midsummer a party of us were camping out on tlio pi-airie of Llano county, wlion we woiv awakened by the screams of a colored boy who had been taken along' to coo'.v for the outfit. He said that Kumntlung' had bitten him, and exiim-UKition showed that Ids head waa pi-et-ty biiiUy torn. There was unnii.staka-L'io evi<lcnces of a skanlc in the vicin.-Vy, iiiicl there was no doubt that it had done the doed. The pefiuel is tliat a few d.ays later the boy died a most lior-'^e I riblc death of hydrophobia. I learned tJiv-t it was not araro thinijfor the bite 0-: those miserable little c:its to producc the droail ailment, and several well au-theuticated cases of it occurred before I left the state. Somo piiople think hydrophobia finds its oiugin in these animals."—Washint;ton Post  Pitcher'8 Castorla. _Children Cry for  Look Here!  L. M. KELLEY has just received a new stock of  Hardware.  Which he is selling LOWEST PRICES  • ••  at the , Also  Pupniture and Dairy Supplies Don't Forget the Place,  L. M. Relley  Stoufer's Old Stand, RIPPEY, IOWA.  jojiji^ori ^  Have some choice bargains of land to offer this fall; some ol which appear below:  80 Acres, miles from Rippey. 160 Acres, 4 miles from Rippey  and miles from Berkeley. 240 Acres, near town. 40 Acres, 3 miles from Rippey.  These farms are well improved and are for sale on easy terms. We have money to loan on Ten Years time at from Six to Seven Per Cent. Interest. We, also, rent and take care of farms for parties desiring it,clerk at sales,etc.  Call and See Us.  Johnson & Burk.  Mrs. C. M. RIDLE,  —INSTItUCTOn IN—  ijiß'ix^^zji'iäh ]V[lfßi,C!  'I'iano and Organ. ^^  Ä~Benidence Haif-Mile South of Rippey.  COAL! COAL!  We Have Opened a Coal Bank  Three Miles South of Rippey, on land adjoining the Buckeye Bank. Our coal ia ot  Excellent Quality.  Give It a Trial.  Lump Coal, ^1.75. Nut Coal, ^1.25.  ....Bennett & Flair...  UNTC(  HaiSTar  * PÜREPtt^  ^^¡rSSiMSâ^  ainis  For Sale by IRWIN & HARMON Rippey Iowa.  ratttaPototuw E. D. Batter wat a eoanty iMt vi«tor Mondar.  C. P. Walker and wife were Tiiiton Wedneadagr.  M'ta H. H. Smith ntamed from Gowrie Wednewiar evening.  _ A. B. Coadit was a mominff puMARer for JeSénoB Wedneiday.  Ot. W. Wilcox wu intorriewinc oar eitiuna poUtkallySataid^r.  W. T. CiaM» is addln« larRely to hit »took of diy goods thiM daja.  Wm. Pemble, Jr. and fiunily, drove to to the county seat Wednesday.  J A. Rowlee and dsa^ter Ifaiy drove up (rom Dana Monday evening.  Will Grant our popular bank clerk Sun-dayfd at Jefferson with his mother.  HirsesEmma and Alberta Jester each closed a fall term of school last week.  Mimei Jennie and Emma Jester visited firiends at the cooaty capital this week.  Read W. M. McQuigxan's new "ad" i hit week; He wants your patronage.  H. H. Smith went to Chicago the arst of he week but cadie back in time to vote.  A. 0. Harris went to JeiFerson Wednesday morning, taking returns of election.  Miss Nellie Odell and sister Mrs. Hinton visited friends in the Junction Saturday.  Election pasi^ off very quietly. Al* most every one is satisfied with the result.  For carriage painting and wood work at reasonable rates call on Wm. HcGuiggan.  J. S. Patterson calls your attention, to some facts in another local. Read his new 'adV.  Hallowe'en passed off with its usual raoket, but very little damage was done to anything.  Quite a number of Dana young people «trove up Tuesday evening to attend the Hill lecture.  The ladies of the "Mite" society had a quilt ng at Mrs. Joel Shaw's Wednesday afternoon.  Rev. and Mr«. W. R. Martia of Grand < nnction, were calling on Paton friends 'Wednesday.  Ridenour ft Edgerton are having some neat letter heads put out at ThbSoüvb-NIB office this week.  Misiei Minnie and May Paterson of Dana, weie visiting with Paton friends a cou* pie of days this week.  P. W. Crowder has just finished putting in a commodious cellar under his residence and place of business.  G. W. E. Hill Rave an interestinor and suggestive temperance tnlk at the Methodist church Tuesday evening.  Tlie ciiy "dads" at their meeting Mon-(iay evening appointed O. B. Scribbling marshal tor the ensuing year.  J. IL Phelan of Dana, wa« tip Saturday and siild some of the Fr.mk De Havent property which had been attuched.  Mr. arid Mr.n. Denman, of Lohrville, nnd Mrs. Iiinian, of Ft. Dodge, visited over Sunday at the W. W. Lewis' home.  A¥e have a pouch raiiil on the morning and evening trains now which is a great leonvenj' nÁe to meichant^ and Others.  The Chautauqaa Circle will meet at the hoiut! of A. C. Harris this (Saturday) evening, Evi'ry member should be present.  Alison Lauver left Thursday morniug for St Louis, where he will enter the medical coll'-ge. We «xtend our wishes for a successful career.  Misses Iva and Susie Scott, of Grand Junction and Miss Alice Kester, of Valley Junction, visited awhiltj with Dr. Kester Saturday afternoon.  Ilrreafter the Methodists will have one prnachint; service every Sunday, alternating morning and evening, the services beginning next Sundiiy evening.  Roberts Rros. aie putting up new cribs in the old ba?e ball park to nccomodate about 50,000 bushels of corn. Several of our citizens are cribbing corn also.  The many friends of Afínes Shaw are glnd to see her back in Paton again. She returned Monday eveninif from Emnielt county where she has been teaching this fill.  Dave Patterson was at home a couple of days and took time to »hake hands wi h some of his Paton fVicnds before leaving. He travels for the ü^tandard Stock Food company.  Through an error of the printer the local nt Dr. Humphrey's was omitted last week. Bot he will be here at Dr. Town-setid's office every Thursday prepared to do ail kinds of dental work and don't you forget it.  There will be ft Bird social at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening. Nov. 12. A nice little pioi^ram will be rendered after wh ch refreshments will be served in the church parlors. Everybody is cordially invited to attend.  S ate lecturer G. W. E. Hill was in attendance at the 1.0. G. T. lodge this week lending enthusiasm and advice to help tbe work along. Some new members were proposed—A new method on programs was adopted and deleitates were elected to the District convention at Grand Junction Saturday.  The vote cast at Futon was as follows: republican 129, democratic 30, populist 6, prohibition 5, republicans casting almost 75 per cent, of the entire vote. Wbat precinct can beat it? Quite a number were deterred from voting in the evening on ac-coiint ot the rain or the per cent, would have been larger.  A number of our young latjies and gentlemen arranged last week for a hallo we en party, the said younv ladies to hide and the said young gentlemen to find them before a certain time or furnish supper for tbe succfessful hiders in question. At an early hotlr in the evening the younsr ladies mysteriously disappeared from ihe familiar haunts of civiliza) ion and hid themselves away in the innermost recesses of a cornfield where they successfully eluded tbe deluded swains until after tbe appointed time when all joyfully wended their way homeward. the.foUowing Saturday evening the aforementioned supper was given at the pleasant country home of Wm.lall-man, whóre with a few invited friends they all repaired and spent a very pleasant and enjoyable evening Thase permitted to ( be present were Messrs. Jay Kice, Med Shaw, Herbert Condit, Sam Hangar. Den-nette and Riae Tallman, Harry Bide-nour, Hom Van Allen. John Gordinier and Misses Ethel Koberts, Mabel Smith, Ida Dodge, Lucy Wortman. Bertha Kidenour, Mury llanger, Silvia ilcCu'chen, Jessie  Uwa, Hattte Marker. Magirie Gordinier.  8OHOOLNOTE8.  The Nventh inde Is the larvest class in the school.  lordla. Alger has^b^ abssnt seme of this week on «eseunt of rheumatism.  OrovwrlfoOutohen startsd to school again Monoaj. He walks on crutchM.  Rev. W. a Martin visited us Wednesday afternoon. A hearty wetoometo aU vMtm.  TheMhoIan of the^sevwth «rade are oca-temprar vlatUn« the IntsrmedUte room next Vrldav afternoon.  . Mte Matel Bmlth, one of the tenth srad& has btma absent from h«r place In the aohocA room for the past two weeu.  MissJtthel ^bertola to takepart In the pro-arra for the Onmd ¿odñ which la to be held In Orand JuncUon nezFsaturdikjr.  of Juvenile TeBplâ^îtn?Kecr^*n?^ Dr. Tewnsend, were visitors last Wednaaday.  ThepuflU of the third room are new very muehfntarcstadln the "Heoslar «ohool Maat-  SVby'thítSoherT"'''' " «»«ut every  Paton Promoter.  to Preowt« the Intarests of Pate* and NerUMMt OnsiM Ceoa^.  ff. P. ffOITIlll, Uttor Mi ii^.  JVLmt* all iiaas to b* poMiihcd, advcrtiiiat atd«n fcr Job «rsrk with W. P. WoaTHiUi. or M dl* Orne Sun.  C., R. L ft P. RAILWAY.  TaAIMS AT FATON. QOPra SOVTH.  Local PafMBftr. ........  AeeomaMdnliea Pitichl... kladaad Exprua.........  .. lise a. « .. ia:tsp.si  .. 4:14 p. sa  OOIHG MO«TH.  Aeo^odatkm Fraighi................. 10:33 a. as  Mad ami Eiprets........................ c^p.»  Local PatuDgtr.........................  andacenerlss.  _ I.andJ.  Make VonraeUStroDc If yon would resist pneumonia, bronchitis, typhoid fever, and presisteat coughs and colds. These ills attack the weak and run down system. They can find no foothold where tbe blood is kept pure, rich and full of vitality, the appetite good and digestion vigorous, with Hood's Sar»aparllla,tha one true blood putifier. Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner pills, ass.st digestion cure headache. 25cts.  town-  Found.  At my farm in Greenbrier ship, a five year old sorrel mare, white face and white feet. Owner can have the same by identifying the same and paying for this advertisement. W. M. Hutchinson.  W. H. WAHL.  a A. WAHb  Wahl Bros.  —DCALRBS IS—  General Merchandise.  Carry a full stock of DRT GOODS, GR00ERIE8, BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING, in fact we can supply you in anything you need. . . .  Goods Exchanged for Produce.  Also handle Best on Record, Garland and White Rose, Minnesota Flour. ....... • . .  WE SOLICIT A SHARE OP YuUR PATRONAGE. ...  Wahl Bros., Paton, Iowa.,  Bdv waaslok, we gave bsr Osslorta.  Whaa die waa a Cblld. aiie ertsd tor castorla. When riie beouM lOai, rite cluag to Osatoria. Whsn she had Childrstt,she gavathsm Osstocia.  PATON M. E. CHURCH—Sunday school Sunday morning at lo o'clock,  •very  . Preaching «crvice» alieniAiing wiih class meeting at II o'clock n. in. Ep. worth Leiigiie nllernating with preuching services Erery Siiiidiiy 8 o'clock p. m. Von are corriially in-viled lo attend. W. K. Martin, Pastor. .  PUESnVlERIAN CHURCH OF PATON.—Sun-day «chool every .Sunday nt lo o'clock n, m.  a.in, iday  _ , ------ , .......... nt ----------------  Prcnching every alternali: Sunday al ii o'clock a.m. and 8 o'cloci: p.m. V.P.S.C.K. incels every Sunday a' 7 P. m. Y"» cordially invited to attend.  J. H. RoBBRrs, Notary Public.  C. H. Walkbk. Cuhier Farmen Bank, Patoa  J.H.Roberts &Co  PATON,  IOWA.  PATON LODGE I. O. O. K.. ^si.-Omcers; G. Halloway. N.U.! W. |. Lyo.i. V. G.i H. Wise. R. S.; Phil Kloss. P. S.; A. lauie, treas. Meet every Saturday night. Visiting members cord-i.l!y invited.  GEM LODGE, A. F. I& A. M.. Palmer, W. M.; A. C. Harris, .S. W. J. W.: Geo. M. Odell, Treai.; K. C. Lntta, Sec.  eels first I'hursday on or betöre ing members cordially invited.  430.—L. L  Pilli. Kloss  lull moon. Visit  T O. G. T. PATON LODGE. No. sjp-Mcets Ifirst and third Tuesday of every month, in Odd Fellows Hall. Visiting member» cordially invited lo atlend. Officers; W. P. Wortman, C. T.; Harry Fester, P. C. T.; Nellie Odell, V. T : Matilda Wahl, C. ¡Jessie Lewis, K. S.; Haltie Cookingham, K. S,; Helen Lutlier, Treiis.; Jay Rice, M.; Ethel Roberts. S.: William Jester. G.  w. n. mcquigqan,  Blacksmithing, horseshoeing and all kinds of plow work. Carriage painting and repairing and all kinds of hard wood work at reasonable prices.  Qive ]V[0 R Call.  ^he Fairea.  JAS. PATTERSON, Prop.  piotions, Dry Qoods, Boots, ßlioes/Queens Ware, etc.  Wo have added alxo a fresh stock o ' GROCERIES which will be Kold at.........  LOWEST PRICES.  Butter and Eggs taken in Exchange.  PATON, low.  Mrs. Phebe Higginson,  —INSTKUCTOn IN—  Instrumental iusic Î  PATON,  IOWA.  Ä. C. HARRIS,  ...piionuETon...  f aton lumber lards.  Building Material of All Kinds.  H. H. SMITH & SON,  UUYEHS AND DEALERS IN ALL  Kinds of Grain.  ^eal Estate,Loans, Ixtsuvance  so Choice Well Improved  Farms for Sale ...  At from SOO to l-W per Acre. Land Showa Kroe r.f Citarse and Itwihoad Fare Relundfid to Buyers.  Si KM 0111  Special Bargain:—icx5 Acres close to Paton,if taken lo days.  RftKHRRNCHs; liaukers, loua State Uank, Dm Moines; Greene County State Hank, Jefferson, lows.  Smith & Erickson.  ...UKAI.BU8 m...  Shelf and H  avy  We carry sill kind« ot t'arni Machinery, Itnplerupntu, Fitiings, and ai H prepared to Bguie your hardware bill if you iniend to build.  Sm'  p,-  Latta & Palmer.....  Druggists  Call and Bce our new slock of  ..JEWELRY..  Our PaiCES VEItT LOW. We have > n tiaiid iiie Laree^^t Line of wall I'APER SAMPLES to Beleot from ever biifore show in Pafon.  JOHN B. WILL,  ...beai.KR IN  (groceries, J^otions and fruits  PATON, - IOWA.  F, W. CROWDER,  =:T0NS0R1AL ARTIST  and UEALKK IX  Tobaccos, Cigars and Temperance Drinks. '  PATON,  IOWA.  F. I. PEMBLE,  Auctioneer  I do not claim to be one of.towa'a best auctioneers, but if you employ me to cry your, sale yuu will be convinced that I am your style of an auctioneer, having lived all my life on a farm, I claim to b. a judge of itcck and machinery. Satisfaction oa any pan guaranteed or no pay. If you are having ■ spell of the blues, come out and hear me and be cured.  Inquire my terms and fix dates with Thb Jkffir-SON Souvenir. Churdan Reporter, The Grand Junction New Era or myself.  DANA. IA.  F. I. PEMBLE.  (5. W. M. D.  Calls ProrapMv Afte.ided Day or Nieht.  OFFICE IN ROOM OVER DRUG STORii.....  PATON, IOWA.  Mrs. Delia Broyles,  lashioiiabie iilliner.  ANewStoe'cofthe  Latest Shapes and styles..  FINE TRIMMINU A gPKOIALTY. PRICES ALWAYS TOE LOWEST.  East Side Main Street, First Door South of Smith A Krickecn's hard» ware store, Paton, Iowa.   

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