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d It y " Y. Ion $1.50 Per Annum. ~YOaetstine, Editor. at Kalona. Iowa, as ] to-'morrow night. at Smith & Yo.der's ras in Iowa City over night. pfin suits at Smith visited at Well- S.nday. 8kidmore was ia What Cheer the week. was in Wellman K. of P. ~anciu~t. An event long to be r,~membere& by those present, was the receplkm anti banouet given b) S ~9oting ,~',~r Lodge, No. 307, K. of P., at th,,ir beautiful new lodge room. last 5at- 'urday evening. N~arlytwo hundred people passed in and out the portals of the Lall during the evening, and you may live a long tune before you see a more merrg and good h)okim~ crowd of people than wore ther~ Richmond's fine orchestra fnrniM~e,i music during the hours of "the re- ception, and we must say they play some fine selections. Charley V~il- son and C. I-J.ebener, of Washington, were in attendance and each gave a short intere,~ting spec, ch on lodge work, etc., filled in wi~h enough wit and humor to e, nliven and enlighten the guests. Both are good talkers and jolly good fellows. on buliness. Elegant refreshments were set t~s new house will look neat before the guests dqring the evening when completed. ~nd, we believe, every person present of Hats ever shown in did their duty in devoariag the ~atSmith&~oder's. sumptious food. The K. P. boys believe that what is worth doing is atthe Baptist church a. m., at ll"o'clock. the'photographer, was here lmaa Monday p. m., on 8. B. ~ahaffey, J. P. Jackson K~sler were Washington ~urday. L Cornelius will hold a halt meeting at Riverside L~ eve. ',y and little son, of What hero visiting her parents, E. Rust. and Roy Bush, of Washing- here ,over Sunday with ~arsh families. hieves stole a fine brown ft. Wes Hunter, south of W~dnesday night. invited to attend the Palmer's Hall to-morrow ~rawberries and ice cream. and family and Miss are visiting relatives Muscatine and Grand- town yester me in throe months. alek a bug time. Glad to Hall to.mor- eve. Ice cream and will be served. 'irst, these son. Be there. passed through hero her way tO Marshal the Iowa Dental As- Which met there this week. ]~orthup was in Iowa vimting. Her sis[or- Bert Northup, returned her. b the finest line of shoes '{r offered f~r sale in black and tan--=at all I~IITH & YODE1L Married. At tl~e home of the bride's parents 5}.r. and Mrc~. ~?-~:~'2 ~3~:',3 def. in the wosg pP.rb of tow.q, "*'i"~>,hta,,,]~'~)" ~;,c,n h?L5 ~.~t ~J o'cioek, oec:~rr,.~; ~!w, mar r/age ot Mr. Gee. A. Beeney aud 5I~ss Margaret Snyder, Roy. F. T. Ma~clt, of Amish, tieing the nup- tial knot. After the marriage ceremony the bride and groom, accompanied by ~ii~e gt~ests, r'q?aired to the dining roam. whc.-e an etegant wed3ing su p- per was prepared. After supper had been serw~d they we, re favored with ~;ome fine music rendered by the Ks- lena Cornet B,,md. '2he band boys were treated lib~:ra!ly by the groom and "'were; on their way rejoicing," Grace Bolding. They are the best of Iowa's people, and popular far and wide within its bounds. M~ss Bolding is a daughter of Dr. Bolding of Wayland. Our ~est v,,i~;h to them." As the bride is a cousin to "ye editor of the N~ws." we are now a cousin to -"Brother" Stinson. Be- gory, we'rd glad of it.: Stm~on is a bright young "qui!l shover," and all newspaper men make good relatives. Hero's congratulations. House and Lot For Sale. A good one and om~-lmff ator$ house, with 4 large rooms, tocated oi: 150 foot square lot in northwest p~xt of Kalona, for sale cheap if t~d~en soon. For farther particulars call on J.W. Hm'~'. Pilotburg. Our band sermmded ~{r. Eye,tone and bride, Monday eve and were treated ~ oyally. Rev. H. N. Smith, of Wellman, preached for us Sunday. Mrs. F. E. Rickey and daughter, Wellman. [ Mrs. Jonathan Gingerich relearned yestcrCay ~,'om a vimt of three weeks wi~h her aged parents, now well up in ttm eighLies, a~ their home m 1Nap- pane% lmiiana. ~he found them m good health for people of their age, and enjoyed her visit very much. Was also in Michigan where crops: especially wheat, arc looking fine. ---Abe ~iswander went through this morning to Kinross to attend the fun- eral of Mrs. Black, an aged lady who lived near that ptaee.--For the Dis- trict Conference, W. F. M. S., to be held at Kalona May 15 and 16, the choseu Wellmau delegates are: Mrs. E. F. Smitll, Mrs. L N. Turnipseed and Mrs. McDonald.--Henry Glider has employed Joe Soforak, of Rich- qlond, :t butcher of long experience, to work hcre. Joe is known to be a first-class hand. The business is too exi)ens~ve for Henry and the boys to hoping that Mr. and Mrs. Beeney handle coaveniently.--$tephenLong- may have the i)es~ of luck and plenty well, brother of Mrs. John W. Grit- of h'~ppiness, fith, and half brother of Lewis and Only near relatives and a very few friends attended,~ the wedding ~t be- IDO" ~, a qmet affair. The bride is a spleudid young lady and wilt undoubtedly make i~ kind and loving wife. The groom needs needs no mtroduetioP to most of our roadm's as he is well known and has worth doing well, so they never fail many friends mthiscemmumty. He to make a success of anything they is a cigar maker by trade ane lives at undertake to do. This was one of Wellman. , " their most difficult undertakings and A big receF~ion was given by the proved to be one Of the most enjoy- groom's parex~s, near Bethel, yes- terday. able socials events ever hem m Ka The happv c~nple will commence lena. We hope the lodge may enjoy house-keeping imme~)iately at his a vigorous growth and much prosper- home in Weliman. Yhe best wishes ity in the future and that they may- of MI our people are extended to have ether as good social events as these good lmople. that of last Friday evening. Sharon Cei~t~r. W ednesdTy;siLshi - - o--, aon ;,al and Mrs. J. rodoy and daughter, of Kalona, f,t)en~ 8"today sags: "Mr, J. Stinson of the %}m- with the letter's grandparen~s.--Mr. field Beacon, has wedded to Miss N. 8. Plank, of Iow~.~ ~'" C~tj', visited at Vesa I~uth, spent Tuesday with he]- parents in Kalona, returning home Wednesday. After m mths of unsuccessful labor Chas. Shaffer has at last, got a good, deep well KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the greet Blond purifier giv.os,~.~ freshness and eloar- nes~ to the Comp~lexion end eure~ Con- stipation, 25cts50 cts., $1.00. For sale by B. F. Allen. (Jail on S. E. Parker for Insurance ;n the Des Moines e- National. two ~plendid ooTpanie' Mrs. ~I. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn, says "Shiloh's Vitalizer 'SAVED 3IY LIFE.' ' I consider it the best rem- edy for a debilitated system I ever used." ]~or Dysner)sia, Liver or Kidney trouble tt excels. Pnee ~a ets. Sold by B. i. Allen. The Markets. his home last Wedaesdav.--Mr. Thos, Wagner, of Frank Pim:ee, was the guest of Will J. Weeber last Wedne~(-lay evening.---Misses Mouena Hal.1. Cars }~e:,~slt.r, Carrie :chwimh'y amt Mr. S. O. Pl:mk represented tile (;'hristi:m ]:?ndvavor So/:ic~3', of tim I-]vav, gCiea, i choreh, ~t the eouotv c(mwq~liom at.l,u.a City, Nay 2n(t :t~d 3rd--gii~s Nellie Jo,aes was tbc ~uvsl o: 52i>:'.i~ 3.1edena lla![ last Fue:;i|~m--Mr. "F, M. Simontoo. while tryi~g his ~ewly purcl|wsed ;e~nn. was d',:sc',~a,bnt: .'~ hill wh,m Ihe blcll,~L slFal) atlii Or!(: t the, lim,s broke. 'f'![c [:or,:;a',: bc :an 1;o rotl aht~ klek '~nd he j/tml,t-,, t:r,>ta the. vefiiekh luckily vscapm,~r vi:.~ a brui-;ed ankle. --Mr. John Miller is erecting a dw+,llina house on his farm.--Mr. (~ce. W':{!zne-' and wife, Sundayed at, Chris~. Nev, ys.--~Ir, and Mrs. P, P. 31ilh, r and i~remd-daugbter. Nellie, s;)enL l~t 8atavday and Sunday with er on (:,s. !} )'27:_ iowa City. Widie Falk, of Frytown, came to town Monday with a bullet in his left leg. ~ He started to hunt frogs yesterda~ afternoon and carried a cocked revolver. It was discharged and the bullet ranged from his thigh kneeward, close to the bone. He never tohi of his accident until to day, when pluck gave way to pain. The bullet was not extracted for wise surgery forbade great probing. Henry Longwell, died April 18, in Craig, Washington county, Nob. Was born Aug. 28, 1828, in Wyan- dotte, Ohio, where be lived till September, 1855, when he came to Iowa. He staid here till 1868 when he moved to Nebraska which was thereafter hishome. Was a member of the Methodist church for thirty years and lived a consistent Christian till the time of hisdeath. Was twice married. His second wife, a sister of Martin Slocum is still !tying. He ~as the father of a large family of children, most of whqm survive him. --Miss Vena Fry commenced a sum- mer term of school nt the Woodland district in Johnson county, Monday. --This office was favored by a pleas- ant call from E. J. Miller, of Clarion Wright county, Friday, who came back about two weeks ago on a visit. tie has been iu quite poor health tor some time, and he makes this visit partially on that account, hoping the change, combined with freedom from work and its responsibilities will make a changein his condition for the better.-- Advance. Washington. Abe Bunker is oiLY marshal of Pot- win, K'msas, and he and the sheriff broke up a cock-pit on Sunday: 150 chicM,ns there to scrap. They gob- bled many birds and the roosters owning them.--We met Col. S. B. ~,!ahaffey the first ~ime Saturday. llc is cue of the oldest and staunchest blends of the democrat. He be- trim|tied it before it learned to walk, ~,~'d ~ow ~bai: it is quite a chunk of a boy, l~e departs not from it.--Mrs. t.ev. 1)unning, nee Eflie O'Laughlin, ~f l.)awL,~'e City, Nebraska, is visiting here. Her husband, who has been at. Hot Springs, Arkansas, for his !e~lth, jcm~s her this week. They c~,joy their n~w home and their work exceedingly. Over.fifty young men joined the church last winter. Democrat. Mrs. J. G. Myers and daughter, of Kalona, were the guests of friends in "the eity~today.--Rev. Vanschoiaek, Kalona's M. E. minister, filled the pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday evening, tle had come in to hear Roy. Thorns and instead was called upon to preach. Those who heard him were well pleased with his ~r- men. Le used to be stationed at our old borne and was loved by every one there. He is one of the hardest workers in the conference.--G. A, Eglin of Richmond was a vimtor in the city yesterday.'--Yesterday even- in,~ at the pleasant home of Mr. and M~s. T. B, Thrasher~ north Of the city, occured the happy marriage ef their daughter, Martha, to Wilbur F. l,ffestone. At the appointed time, tile bridal party descended the stair- --Mrs.'Albert Critz and daughter, .... Eda. of Musoatine are visiting in Iowa City.--Carrie Moothart was sentenced to the girls' reformatory, at Mitchellville~ last evening, Judge Wade hearing the case, in chambers, at. Slater & Hunt's o(iee. It was sD~wn that Carrie, a not uncomely girl of 16, came here recently from way and passed under a beautiful other prominani; Welhnan. She has been treading anchor o~ lilacs; and while the clock are fixing up a at the river, just the primrose path of dalliance since was chimi:|g the hour of eight, Roy. then and was confined in the city Payne, of R~verside, began the core- and intend making a hall for two mghts this ~e@. She mony by repeating a quotation of the )f the pla~e. They has a father and a stepmother and poem, "Wedding Bells." While the evening was being de- merry-go round, run has not been living at home. ~Ier lightfully spent, the cotnpany was ~m~nade stand," and, relatives are all in good stanc]iag, suddenly surprised by the Pilotburg a regular Ric"nie'" --Hen. Peter A. Dayis homo from a It is a pleasant place trip ia the interest of the iowa-M is- band. They rendered several beauti- ful selections.--Kalona K. P.'s cele- wouldbe agoodthing 2 75 3 00 souri boum!ary line dispute. Heand brated in great style last evening. of Richmond a~d Ka. Hog, ..................... ineouraged. P~ople Steers.................... o 00 3 25 the other United States commission- Over two hundred people were from miles awry if Cows .................... 1 00 @ 2 50 ors--Dwigh~ Morgan (Illinois) and present. Chas. Hebener and C. J, 3 00 General Harding; (Missouri)--looked .ds be ~r- Heifers .................. 2 00 @ Wilson were present from this city. people~amp- Calve~ .................. 3 00~ 4 00 over t h~ ground ~,gain and drew a Mr. Wilson was the speaker of the 19 straight line between the two m ih:- eveniug~ After the exercises of the south of Washington Corn ,13 stones, decided by them to hold the,,,exenin~ were over a banquet was ~re the location and Oats ...................._ ~ .. arenot nearly so pleas iRYC ...... " .............. 25 same I os~tmn noted by Mr. Hender- given which Messrs. Hebener and ban~ks of old English lWheat ...................~5 short in 1850. Those ar~ the .re- Wilson say was fine. They say that Was all because a tew]Eggs-~ ............. ~'- .... 6 sportive t,,rmini of a twenty-mile KalonaLodge treats their friends ~e boats, made somol Butter .................. 8 to 10 line. Decatur and Wayne coanties royally.--Journal. seats, and a few ~ Turkeys, IIens, 8 lie on one sidoof the li;~s and Met- ' ................ ~, and eommencod~ " Spring Gobblers, 7 cer and I{arrison on the ,thor. In SItILOH'S CURE is sold on a guar- ' "' r lemonade. Why] " Oht " 5 reaut~, no conclusion hac~ bo,.m reach- I anLee. :it cares Incipient Consumption a ~mtcd pt3eo?~ Chinking. Hans. 5 ~'-~ as 1o "which state is which" and [ !~ iath~ best Cough Cure. Only one cent a do~.e 25c., 50c., and $1.00, For sate fl:ilit ;'~ fi~::,,ll~,~ ~,..,; , ~ ..... ~,qv, [o:~: 31;~smw; di,,~i)n~, will lie oyB. l:,A,len. ,, - ~{i~ { '!,: ',2" . ~>":;~" :, ,'1 --'- ...... to See t]t~ {~ '( r ~ ' ! ' ' ' * ' =: ~' ....... ...... solling more wallpaper " " r: a ~ " Ia e~-er before which shows that Decks ................... ,, (;~-[C O~-*, ~P tl;%Vt, CI3LU},~i(a{e~, (heir l,.he goods and prices are right) at success. Pigeamh ~ ~z ...... 60i sur~ ev now b,~gut,. ---l~cpublican. 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