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Kalona, Iowa
August 16, 1895     The Kalona News
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KM.ONA NL\5. ; Miller's pap at Boone's Hannah family were in Iowa Sunday. ice cream at Boone's, only 5c ish. strictly warrant our 90c flour FLO R &' ToRE. couple of "snipe pickers" in Sunday. Boone's ice cream and be hap- ~hoice Piekeral fish just received Jno. A, oder's. off, by eating Boone's ice niceline of 25c sailor hats at ~Bazaar. ~Born, to Mr. Mrs. Johh Gingerich, ros. Yeggy will run his feed mill day except Monday. thousand dollars worth of at Edmondson & Rogers'. Art. Dunn and Bert Kelly, of were here Sunday. ~ur Banner, none better, $1.15 per ~, at Flour & Feed Store. The Bazaar is the place to buy sailor hats. The Leader will receive a fine new Dry Goods m a few days. Go to the Bazaar for school sail- w. Only 25e each. Thomburg coal at 11c per bu. if from the car. Jos. YrooT. ' Bros. have just received a of lime and cement. Abbott pays the highest market :ice for poultry all the year around. Miss Etta Ross, of Lincoln, Neb., here renewing old acquaintances fis week. 'iWei have that famous Comet boot in stock now. PA K a & RIexE . H. H: McCull ey and wife and A1. and Miss Zaba Rawson were 'ashipgton visitors Sunday. Edmondson & Rogers have what has long been in need ot--a rst-class shoe store. Miss Ida Rickey is home again. thinks of attending school at Mt. coming school year. Gold Mine, the best Northern made, $1.15 per sack. at Flour Tl~e MeClelland family started :their new home in Cedar Rapids evening, i:~Irs. I~Iarter, dentist, ~ill be in every Wednesday, at Alien's store, Good work gauranteed. dds beat Riverside in a game at South English yester- S~ore stood 12 to 13. Several here attended. The Republieans of Kalona pro- Ihinctwill meet in the town Hall is(Friday) evening, to select 4 telcgates to the County Convention It Washington Aug. 28. Jno. A. Yoder has taken the agen- i for the C. O. D. Steam Laundry at iowa Citer~ and will send Tuesday ,f each week. Leave your bundle ~t his store. Henry Henn, of Wellman, will ,reach at Hummer Chapel next ~unday at 11 o'clock a. m., at Shar- On Center at 3 p. m. and at, the M. 2. ~urch in Kalona in the evening. Edmondson & R%ers, in order to bake room for shoes, will sell out ~heir stoc~ of queonsware and glass- ~are at a price that will cause them Do move at once. em mber the (_.. &N The big $300 foot race which wasJi~'~, o , to have been run hero Tuesday p. m. ,as =le. A fellow by the Time Table. of Jacobs, who claimed lobe from Sigourney, was to run a hundred yard dash with a fellow who claimed TRAINS GOING EAST. hm name was Wdhams, of Rlvermde. ~o. al, Passenger .............. 5:44 p, m. W i e~o. 33, Freight ................ 11:20 a. m. ellman parties were supposed toI be backing Jacobs and Riverside TBA~NS CO,NO "EST. .... o . ,. . i ~ 30, Passengel ............ 10.~4 a. m. parhes backmg V/flhams and when i~ .32,' Ierelght' .................. 1_::~5o' p. m. it came to putting up the money Alltrams daily except ~dunday. here, Tuesday, there was a dispute w.c. MEr~rm, r,. a~ent, about whose hands the money was to ................................. ........ be put into, and they decided to nol KALONA :-: DIRECTO?Jf, run. :Don't think for a minute that that was the reason they didn't run. We will wager a dollar dog that if there had been enougl, "suckers" in town to have put up a sufficient amount of money the race would have been rnn; but this don't seem to be a good place for the traveling foot- racers to "fish." It seems hardly possible that they could not, get a man out of this and our two neighboring towns that couldn't be trusted to hold stakes. No, that tale of woe is to thin. Ah, why don't you traveling foot-racers go back to Millersburg ? After the "big" race fizzled they got up a race between Jacobs and Paul Deutremont, a Riverside boy, with nearly $50 on each side. Ja- cobs beat Paul, tho'a great many thought he did it by jockeying, so the Riverside boys offered to bet $100 that Paul could "do" him in a fair race. The Wellman man covered their amo,mt ($100) and the race will be run at Riverside next Saturday afternoon. -- -Riclimend. Baby girl at Los :Dawns' since Friday. John Kos and family, of Wash- ington were out Sunday. The party at the Vacha home, Saturday evening was fine. Dr. Eiskamp assisted by Drs. Metzrodt and Wells performed medi- cal operations upon Mr, August MAYo~ .................... A, Z. Rawson R EcoRr)r:E .................... A1. Wrav Tt~ EASU RI~:R ............ Win. Kivkpatriek MAasna~ ................. tlenry Brown D,pv'rx: MAESI-~AI ....... Gee. MoOielhmd STREW: CO~*'R ............ Henry Brown COUNe;LMfSN. L. E. Edmondson. John Brown, J. 5{. !~ittor, Jos. Yeg~'y, M. L. tiokev, U. O. Smder. F RATE RI~,IAL ORDERS. RICHMOND 1,eDGE, No. 96, A. F, & ,k. M. Meets on Saturday night an or before full moon, at Masonic Hall, Kalona. O. }t, Dnnlap.W.M. J, W. Huff, Sac. KALONA LODGE, No. 508. 1. O, O F. ~,Ieets at Snider's Itan each Saturday duke ihl~, N.G. Cal. Presten, V. G. O. T. Dun].ap, Sac s.ooT G STA LODGE% 07 . o. JET-. Meets every Wednesday night at Smder's hall Odd Fellow's room,S. E, Snide:, C. (3. G~C. ~'ur~:e.__son,___ K. R: S. Kalona Lodge No. 735 I. O. G. T. meets every Friday night at Snider Hall, Odd Fellow's room. IIettie Morgan, C.T. Gee. Bishop, Sac. BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. :LADIES BENEVOLENT SOCIETY Of the M. E, ctmreh meets Wednesday after- noon of each week, Mrs. B. F. Allen Pros. ~lrs, J. L. ~dussing Soot. LADIES AID SOCfETY. Of the Baptist church meeta Wednesday after- noon of each week. Mrs. Dawson, Pres. Mrs. John goder, Sac. KALONA EPWORT~I LEAGUE. Moo(savory other Sunday evening, also Thurs- day evening of each alternate week, Mrs. Vanschoiack, Pres. Mrs. H, McCulley See. W. H. S., meets ovary fort night, on Tuesday, at the home of one of the members. Mrs. Smith, Pres. Mrs. Ritter, S-c(. M. E. OIIURCH. Preaching every Snnday alternately at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School every Sun- daya~ 10 a.m. Prayer rueoetingeveryThurs- day evening, Ray. W. C, Yanschoieck Pastor LIVES THERE A MAN "x: In this beautiful little city of Kalona who doesn't know of the great bargains that The Leader is offering on their General Merchandise stock which he must sell to make room for the new goods that arrive daily ? They all know it, and to get bargains in anything in General Merchan- dise, Hannah is )'our huckleberry. ...HE... Will sell the freshest and most choice groceries at little above cost an in doing this he ...IS... ( Sacrificing all to you. Come once, and you will continue to come until you are DEAD ! HELLO THER ! t! X Turn your oourse toward the Kalona oiler fiWith your wheat, and oats, y will no an abundance ofwater power ano a 50 horse power e.ngine read.y to 12ulverize your grain into one very DES1[ PIOUG nil. and Chop; ground oy a miller of long expermnce. "> We have established an "'EXCT-T A NGE," One door south of Savings Bank, where you can buy Flour, Bran and Chop at prices that defy competi- tion. 1 a. EMMONS & @. Trade at the and h Store MONEY! A.r ST o.u o..Best Proaehing cvery alternate Sunday at 11 oyster crackers, 5e per lb. other Su~daysat 7:30 p. m. Sunday everySu~.daya~ 10 a.m., Choice coffee, 25c per lb. Roy. Valentine Hitos, Pastor. , New Process Laundry, The New Process Laundry at Muscatine is, undoubtedly, the best laundry ia the state. They do work that can't be beaten. Edmondson & Rogers are the agents at Kalona. Best Parlor Matches, 10c per package. Good prunes, 20 lbs. for $1.00. Best "3 lbs. for 25e. Men's Good Suspenders, 10c per pair. " Silk Overshot Suspenders, 15c per pr.., Kern and Master Louie Pieper, Sunday morning. While playing Sunday afternoon little Claudia Strabala received a sun-stroke; though not fatal, the accident might, but for Dr. Wells' timely arrival, have proved serious. We understand Mrs. Slmla has sold her excellent property to Mr. : Pavek for $500. We do not know what Mrs. Skola's plans for the future are; she is, however, entitled to a life of ease. Her son Fred, of Riverside, graced our streets with ~his smiling countenance the first of the week. Last Thursday Mrs. Jacob Bishop was summoned to the bedside of her daughter Effie, who was visiting her sister, Mrs. Albert Figgins, near! Wellman, and who intended return- ing Sunday. She gradually grew worse and before noon Aug. 10, that King, of T0rrors--Death--siezed her as its prey. She did return Sunday For a brief hour she lay beneath her parental roof, while sorrowing friends view~d all that was mortal of Erie; viewed a face which wore a lo0k of pleasure and satisfaction, as of one who knew she had ever do:~e her best and was al. ready reaping the promised honors. The funeral, conducted by Mr. Nathan Arnold, occurred Sunday 12 m., Aug. llth. The bereaved ones have the heartfelt sympathy of Leave your bundle at their store. Send Tuesdays and return Friday. Notice to Hunters, Hereafter, I will not allow any hunting on my premises. Parties known to violate this notice will be made pay the penalty of the law. CIIAS. HASTY, Thereis no doubt, no failure, when season will soon open Nmvs office is the dish. , Yh;raub//~:eel~nb:d. !edl~;id;:f:eejton, strictly warrant- FLOUR & FEED STORE, ~ou take Do Will's Cohc & Cholera are. It is pleasant, acts promptly, no bad after effects. Ritter & Hochstettler. Better Than Two for One. Send for free samples and judge there by. The KA:LONA NEWS and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, both one year for only $2,00 theEnquirer is now issued twice a week, Tuesdays and Fridays. Is an 8- column, 8-page paper, large size, or 16 argo pages every week, equal to 104 ordi- nary papers a year that usuaily cost $2.00; all large type, plain print and white paper. A complete new departure fromold t~me journalism. Call or ad dress all orders to N~'ws evinCE, Kalona, Iowa. Subscribe for the NEWS, Wheat ................... Eggs .................... Butter .................. Turkeys, young gobblers, hens ............ Chlckens, young, ' hens_ ......... Geese .................... Ducks .... r .............. Pig~ns, per doz., ........ the entire community. The 31arkets. But wherefore weep? Her matchless ttog, .................... 3 75 spirit soars St, ors ................... 3 50 Beyond where splendid shines thel Cows .................... 1 00 @ orb of day: t Heifers .................. 2 OO @ Ahd angels lead her to those bowers / Calve.~ .................... 3 OO @ Wh~re ~ndless pleasure virtue's t Corn ......... ......... 0 ~ts deeds repay. I ~ .................... | ~ ...................... Ice Cream. Ice cream at Grady s restaurant./ Made of pure cream and from the1 latest receipt. Gall in and get aI ,, ~00 5OO 2 50 4 30 15 3O 45 9 10 6 6 5 2 4 60 Regular price, 25c. Men's cotton Hose, 5e per price, 10. pair. Regular Just received a full line of over- alls, shirts, etc. Buy the Vicking & Vandome lin-" on collar. They are the latest. For sale only by ,I HAVE YOUR SALE BILLS PRINTED AT THE 'j _ .,/S~t,