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KALGNA N [ME 5. KAI,ONA, IOWA, FRIDAY MORNING, AU US] 2t 1896. NUMBER 41. M. RITTER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. tempt attention given to sll calls. Oflic9 Rittor & Hochstetler's drug store, Kalona, F. ALLEN, M. D,, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. blaromut.. ~ attention given to calls. Oitlce ~atten s Drug Store Kalona, Iowa. J. E. WELLS, M. D, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Once hours : KAL NA, 8 to 12, a. m., 7 t~) 9, , [p. ~n. B ' " RICttMOND, 1 to 5(p. m. b~ialty Surgery and Diseases of Wanton and Children. ", . METZRADT, hi. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Deice and residence at RICHMOND t, All calls promptly attended. G. BERNARD DENTIST. Circe at Wellman, Iowa. ~r~ ~0, eve~'y Wednesday. I~r'Ofl]ce at R. & H.'s drug store. OL. S. B, MAHAFFEY, AUCTIONEER. Cries all kinds of sales at reason- *1~ rates. ,R&IK)NA, rOWh. CHARLEY BROWN, AUCTIONEER. any kind of sales, any place, ,b]e rates. Dates made at Office. IOWA. Rape Case at Thornburg. Thornburg, Ia., Aug. 13.--[Spe- cial.]---l'hornburg was all excite- meut last Saturday. Ed. Farrow, age thirteen, and Clarence Cooper, age eleven, were arrested and charged with rape, committed on a seven-year. old girl of Win. Snare. D.W. Ham- ilton was for the defense in the pre- liminary trial. Theboys were bound over to the~ district cour~ this fall. Tom Platt on Free Sih'er. Tom Platt is of the opinion that siI'e~'~ should be free enough to enable every one to inv~t a quarter in a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diar. rhosa Remedy. Mr. Platt is in the drug business at Montezuma, Iowa. He knows this remedy to be the best in the world for bowel complaints and believes that every family should keep it at hand. For sale by B, F. Allen. ;,VK;;ow'-" "-----1;5 They all notice it. A businessman said to us this week that Wellman is getting lamentably behind in the mat ter of main street improvement. 'I"owns so good as ours are building big substantial brick business honses right slang, tie eked Kalona as a case in point. We have as good a territory as any town on earth. We ought to improve our opportunities. It is an easy matter to lose prestiage but a very difficult thing to regale it.-- Advance. 4111. Mr. McKinley Recommends It. "I take pleasure in recommending Cham- berlmn's Colic, Cholers anb Dmrrhoea Remedy," say~ Mr, Mllt McKinley, editor of the Rawson, Ohio Herald. "Untill I used.this valuable remedy, it was st times impossible for me to be in my of- rice, owing to sudden and severe attacks of pain in the stomsch. Now as soon as symtoms of an attack are felt, I take a dose of the remedy and prevent thin un- pleasant sickness. F__~or sale by____B. F, Allen. A Big Crop. , The Muscatino Marl says: The watermelon crop on ]Yluscatine Island is greater this year than it has been for four years, and the shipping fac- ilities are the best the railroad has provided in many years. There is no crying of "no cars" for the com- pany have au eye to business and are ready to furnish a car when it is call- ed for. The melons are larger 14'~ ~. -- For sale than usual, there being thousands of oUU earms and trade meolns that weigh over thirty pounds. ,~Uto loan on Washington county The melons are too big for this r~as; abstracts made out. Apply ~;o JOSEPH POLLAI~.D, ,JR., market bat they find ready sale in Washington, Iowa other cities. Mr. J.P. Walton on _____-- l'uesdaybrought up from his farm on the Island three melons that weighed ~URNHAM & HANKEY, in the a~re~ate 110 pounds. One ATTORNEYS AIC LAW, touched the beam to 32, another 38 and the other 40 pounds He says ~Q||lTlan~ - - Iowa. thatthero are handreds of more large melons in the patch these were taken Will l~ractiee in all Courts of the State. from, and in nearly every field large I~al~hia! attention given to Collections melons are to be seen. .. roha Bnsi.ess. Boys"---< ~Oaey to Loan on Real Estate, The small boy on the farm has a Real Estate bought and sold. great future before him. His her : = INSUB~I~CE, vice~ and efforts ar~ not very highly - appreciated by the older members of out, everything but the bar of soap, eat everything set before him but the , dishes and cutlery, and then make, Notary - Publm, frequent visible the orchard be- tween meals He is required to hold KALONA, IOWA, the baby half the time, build fires carry water, miud gaps and gates, ~,dllktndsof legal papers gotten up findfuel, run errands, and keep em- .... Q accuracy and dispatch, played doing various odd jobs be- ,l~:~:h~oflegalbl~nksonh:nde, fit twoentime. Boys may be a trouble, but the trouble only hegins when we ~nmg~on county rooo have lost their help and the enjoy- -'------- ment of their mischievous pranks. To see mud balls sticking to the barn, bird hoqses out everywhere, and "whirlgigs" galore, is but a straw indicating what they may be taught if properly educated. The melon patch would not grow, bird's nests would not be properly made, the That's What We Say. There is one feature of tne home patronage question which is often lost sight of even by advocates of the policy of trading at home, and that is, that above all things else, the home newspaper should receive the full support of the communit~ in which'it is publish&t. There is not a newspaper, worthy of the name, no matter how small it may be, nor how small the community in which it is published, but. that does more to ad- vance the int~rests of that community and attract fiworablo attention there- to, than any other one business es- tablishment. The local newspaper is an important factor in local pros- perity, and its influence is contin- ually brought to bear for the benefit of the community. Its pages are or should be a true reflection of the en- terprise of the citizens of the place. Too often the work of the local newspaper is done without just re- compense, the citizens as a whole failing to appreciate the efforts of the publishers in behalf of the com- munity; but notwithstanding the limited and often-times meager sup- port, the papers keep up the fight, in many instances alone and single hand- ed, never losing an opportunity to speak a good word for the town and laboring at all times to advance the interests of its nonsupporters with the same zeal as it aloes for those who give it their patronage and en- couragement. For this reason alone if none other could be fonnd, the local newspaper should receive the full support of the Imople. Itis the duty of every citizen to help make his"town known, increase its prestige and add to its reputatmn as a wide awake place, and he can do this in no easier way nor for less expense than by subscribing for, advertising in and stall times oneuraging the local newspaper.--Lone Tree Reporter. We wonder if Hattie, the lady so- lieitor on the Reporter, talks this way to our merchants. We guess "nit." ..... Dr. A. P. Sawyer:--I was troubled with boils and had La Grippe and I took l eggs would not be found and the I dimiuutive ox y ke would sink into l innocuous desuetude were it not for i the small boy on the farm. They i aro its best products and should be I well bred. The future man is the: lsmall boy on the farm.--Homested. ~bv 1~ ~'. Alien. ] "The Cedar Rapids Route" high grade I playing cards are for sale by aP. agents certify that Dr. A. P, ,Saw-! of the B. C. R. & N, Ry., at the following cure has ennrcty cure(] me. : slant huudr~ls of dollars at san-. prices: 15c per pack; two packs 25c; ~'D,,~ ~ ~, ..... ,o,~,,,h'~ Vitalizer 'SAVED and with different physimans $1.50 per dozen. Orth~r dit'~cl fr,,. ] _ ~ .-ore-f received no benefit from them, am~,~,~ or ~+nd ,!; ,,~,~ , ~., Mrs. H.M. ,let, Ce, dar }.~., fid~, I> 'i ........ ' : Mien. ~.(~, ~,,.~~ ,~. oa~ 0eel 12--31 Cedar Ra la. i Ks-lena- Savings - Bank. CAPITAL, $10,000. Do a General Banking Business. fHido & Leather National Bank Chicago, Illinois. Co r res p o n d e n ts: ' John.o. (',,,,,.t,, S. ing. Bank, ) Iowa City. Iowa. '~ ashington National Bank, ~ ashington, Iowa. --DIRECTORS-- P. E. Shaver, A. Mellino~er, B. F. Allen, R. Morgan, H. W. Smith W. tt. Pahner. --OFFICE RS-- P. E. Shaver, Pres. A. Mellinger, Vice-Pres. Wm. It. Palmer, Cashier MELLINGEI~ & Co. DEALERS IN ~ " LUMBER Sash, Buurs, Blin~s,~Mu, ulfiings. Kalona, Iowa. Choose a beauty ! Buya Winner ! Ride a Flyer ! Keep your eye on the Crimson Rim. The fastest wheel on earth. With the Syracuse and Rugby bicycles--and fitted for repair- ing-we are now able to satisfy your wants in the wheel line. Welead with a finellne' of your Family Cure and it cured me. I cannot recommend it too htghly. ,r,,,,,, ,ox,=,ow, Wagons, Buggies, Sur- .. For sale by B_. F.212e2! .... .,~,,o~o,~..,~o~,. ties, Carts, or anythingin Last Saturday evening a farmer- like looking fellow, fairly well dress- ed and smoothly shaven, one front the vehicle line. tooth gone, about 45 years of ago Furnituru ! F~r!i urg ! ~urni/n !t ru struck this town and took a late sup- per at the Hazen h~use. He struck us to buy a tarm, and for a short time had our confidence. Had $6,000 to invest, and either grain or stock farm woulddo. Would not go in You know our prices are low. Call debt. Pay $1,000 cash and wanted us to identify him at the bank to get it cashed (this is no joke). We at the old stand. became suspicious and put the mat- ter off till Monday. In the meantime, __.. ;NIDER SnOB J. W. Love, our city marshal and i , who is fast becoming a sleuth hound, shadowed him so close that he skip- pod the town without paying for h's.- -- C ;= ONS supper. He had two watches with T e him, one of them an extra good gold I one. He undoubtedly is the same fellow who was at Albia last week and learning that S. S. Smith had a farm for sale, he hunted him up and bought the place. The stranger said ;would draw on his bank at some point in Indiana. He conceived the ed idea of visiting a nephew near Oska. loose, and hired a team to go to that IS TO BE ELECTED, AND THE place. Not returning the liveryman beeamesuspicious and went after NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE him. The team was found in a will, as always, be found in the thickest of the fight, battling vigorously livery stable, but the stranger had for SOUND BUSINESS PRINCIPLES, which will bring PROSPERITY To N T,O , skipped. The team had been sold milE NEW-YORK wEEKLY TRIBUNE is not only the leadmg I~ for about $10. He also took a gold publican paper of the country, but is PKE-EMINENTLY A NATIONAh watch belonging to Mr. Smith.-- ~.AMILY NEWSPAPER. Ainsworth Clipper. Its earns)sign news snd discussions will interest every American mtizcn. ...... ~ All the ~mWS (,f the day, Foreign Correspondence, Agricultural Depsrt- SI~ILOH'S CURE, the great. Cough ment, Market Reports, Short, Stories comi)let~) in each number, Comic and Croup cure, is in groat dema, nd. Pmturcs, Fashion Plates with elaborate descriptmns, and a variety ot Pocket size contains twenty-tire only 25c. ~tcms of househohl interest, make up AN IDEAL FAMILY PAPER. Children love it, Sold by druggist, B. F. Allen. ~ We furnis,h The Kaiona News and New York Weekly Trib- ------ une (both papers) D. Snider, Nira, orders the NEws ~ ~ O ~ r ()NE YEAR $1.7o, four months. Mrs' T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga, CASH IN ADVANCE. Address all orders to "THE KALONA NEWS, Kalona, Ia. yO1A]" II~Al~l:16" ~n(l ~cl(lress oil ~.~ IlO~al oard, send it, to Oreo. ~ffti~. copy,~