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Kalona, Iowa
May 8, 1896     The Kalona News
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May 8, 1896

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LONA NE 'S. Now arrival at the Alvin Hasty dlty:~r. 0{. ~d[ulliu was at l?:rnell Siln- Chi!dren's,snits from , 1.50 np at Smith & Yoder's. I~eroam and strawberries at the Baptist festival to morrow night. The Iowa City Academy was Fart- ly destroyed by fire Wednesday eve. Miss Edith and Delia Marsh visit. ecl their sister, Mrs. Dawson, at Riv- erside Tuesday. Albert Snider is a new subscriber on our home list. Our list is gradu- ally growing larger. Se,~Jno. &. Yoder's nice largo advertisement in this issue. Read it and see what he has in the carpet line. Dunlap Bros., and their force of men, are at work on Wils. Murphy's 'now residence property in Wellman week. Dave Beck and family were here from Cedar Rapids this week, visit- ing his parents. Dave is brakeing on a freight train running into C. R. Mr. Baker invited a few of his friend+ to his new home in the north part of town last Saturday evening and treated them to an elegant ice cream supper. Miss Fannie Skidmore entertained & number of her friends at a croka- nol0 party Wednesday evening, at the Harker homo Those present re- port a very pleasant time. Washington will have another ward school horse that will cost $10,000. The voters of that city sanctioned that proposition last Monday by vot- ing 246 for and 28 against. The'stone mac.ons finished work on the new depot foundation Wednes- day. Oarpenters are at work now building a new platform and reroof- ins the building."The B. C. R. & N. people always keep their property in good condition. Brown & Son shipped another car of horses Wednesday, Low Boone went up to Chicago with them plaints of superabundant rainfall, Charley being unableto go. Brown and there are comparatively few re- & Son have shipped a largo number ports of damage caused by the heavy of horace from hero the past few storms of the week It may there. months, fore be set down as an other favorable Hotel & l estau: We are prepared to handle any kind of boarders at all times. Traveling men wilt receive the best of treatmen~ and We carry taurant line: Best tobacco, fine assorts