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ming! We are showing the be t line of All Wool Blankets ever brought to this part of the country. We are agents for the Des Moines Woolen Mills, manuhmturers of the best line O..T.U. t{Y SUPT. OF W. C. T. U. PRESS WORK, The Woman's Home Association of Sioux City, is uudertakiog the work of a State Training Home for girls. Phis work was very feelingly presented by bliss L. Jennie Barnes, of Grinnell, Iowa at our state con- vention. We were glad to tad in the Iowa Signal the following figueres' given by Miss Barnes in her address: "Iowa's number of girls under 15 who must be self-supporting is 8,000; Dubuque has 5,000 girls in its fac- of high grade flannels and blankets in the torie ales,. Vice per cent the girls in the interior cities are wage- country, t rumors. In river towns the per cent more. One city of 13,000 popula- tion reports SO() i~al,en women and SHOES ? have the New Wo-! TM girls. In the Benedict Home, Des man Shoe, the latest style out. Full imei.es, ,. is94, there were 114 girls. Of this number sixty nine were under line men's, women's avd children's shoes for 2(,years. and were '2o Of 58 per fall and winter wear. Call and see us be. cen of the whole numher, oneorhoth parents were dead. At th~Benediet fore you buy, no~e at Deeorah, in lS94,~ttJore were thirty-four girls. Tim ref~m school GROCERIES. We have a few more Bargains in California Dried Fruit: California Peaches at 5c. California Prunes,5c made. Yours Call and see us if you any Ma- so1 fruit jars and crockery. We sell the best Sewing Machine for ]Bargains, DER. With the phenominal growth of this large store, not one department has been no. glected--all have shared alike with the enlivening influence of :POPULAR FA- VOR. DEPARTMENT: Style 62. Dr. Warner's long waist, medium form, boned with "RUST PROOF," price $1.00. Style 65, price $1.00. , Styl AAA. price $1.00. Style 444. eoraline, price Dr. Warner's long waist, full bust, board with '*rust proof," Dr. Warner's long waist, short corset, boned with Coraline Dr. Warner's extra long waist~ medium form, boned with $1.00. Style 333. Dr. Warner's extra long waist, full form for figure with ex tr~ long waist, large hips and bust, trice $1.OO. Dr. Warner's PEaFECTIOS WAIST with straps and buttons, steel front, price $1.00. We can fit any figure with a Dr. Warner's Corset. Dr. Warner's are the oldest, most reliable, best known corset in the ~-orld to day~ We havo the largest corset departmon~ in the City. PRATT & STRUB, Dry Goods, Carpets, Cloaks and Millinery, 118&120 Clinton St IOWA CITY, IOWA, _ B.C.R.& 1: . - "- ,io T,me Table. C~N~t~\%~ RAILWAY, No. al, Passenger ............. 5:43 p, Ca~sult this list far Reduced t~ates to important conventions in all parts of the ~u~'y.. These rates are open to all. Convastion of Young People's Christian Union,Omaha, Neb., Aug. 16-24. One fare for the round trip. Nutianal Convention P~epubliean League Milwaukee, Wls. Aug. 25-27. One faro for the round trip, G, A. R. National Encampment, St. P~,ul, Minn,, Sept. 1-4. One fare for the round trip within a radius of 250 miles, From all other lmints one cent per mile m each direction. Call au B.. C. R. & N. agents for er reformation, or a4dre~:,: the ~jgnt,d. J. [urlh- tll,~[cr 9- 4 MORTON- G. P. & T: A.. Cell.v !rapid,< l=)wa. No. 33. 1.,.20 ~. r~ls,~,. ................ a.m. Bub Qdb. Dr the at Mitchellyille had 140;girls on June 30, 1893, all under 18 years, ann the number has since increased. "In the state prison +at Anamosa there are twenty-five women and girls serving sentences--several for life. There are many cigar factories ia Iowa. Girls tire employed in most of them. The girls who bare receiv- ed the two )ears' training at the Ben- edict home give good satisfaction to housekeepers afterwards. "Girls in Iowa are yielding more tad more to saloon influences. "The first seven months the Work- ng Girl's Home was open in Cedar Rapids there were fifty-seven home- less girls who applied for work and aid; of these twezity-two were home- less and destitute. "Arrests cf girls in Sioux City have been 186, and in Cedar Rapids 104." *** A NOTABLE DECISION; From "Tho Trul, h," S. D. Few opponents of the saloon are aware that there is now pending iu the Supreme Court of the United States a case of more general interest and more far-reaching in its conse- quences in the fight against the saloon than any matter pending before that court in many years. The supreme ~ourt of the state of Indiana was appealed to issue a man- damus, refused by a lower tribunal, against the officers of a certain county to compel them to issue a saloon If- I cease. On th~s appeal the supreme, court of Indiana ruled that the saloon beings common nuisance it was against pablic morality and good I policy to license it all, and clearly un- constutional. the liquor traffic of Indiana was quick to see the far-reaching nature of this decision and appealed the case to the United States supreme court where it is now pending. It is the unaimous opinion of all constutional lawyers that when the final verdict is rendered it will be against the saloon, as our great court is very largely governed by precedent and all these" have uniformly been against the right of the saloon to de- n, and a license. If the decision shall be as indicated the saloon will be an outlaw in every foot of the territory of the Union. An outlaw, in fact as it is and ever has been an outlaw in morals. When that day comes, it will not be necessary to use the local machinery of the law against the sa- loon, a machinery indebted to the sa- loon and prejudiced in its favor; but United States marshals and United States courts will lay the mighty hand of Uncle Samuel on the throat of the trued and justice against the accursed thing will no longer be a dream. May God speed the day. Harvest excursions to almos every city in the North, South and We~t on August 4 and 18, Sept. 1, 15 and 29, Oct. 6 and 20. Tickets for sale on above dates by all agents of the B., C. R. & N. Ry., TRAINS ~OING "eEST. at rate of One Fare plus 82 for theround No. ;~. Passen~Ior ............ 10:10 a. m. trip. Limit, 21 days from date of sale. No. 32, Freight .................... 1:30 p.m. Call on B., C. R. & N. agents for full iu- All trains daily except Sunday. [ formation or address W. C. MERRILL. Agent i J. MORTON, O., P. & T. A. 10-21 Cedar Rapids, Iowa. [HE KALONA NEWS. McCu]ley & Ad; Published E~ery Friday BARBER Subsoription $1.5o Per Annum. One door west of JaG A. oder's Store. W. E, Whetstine, - Editor. Hair Cutting and Shaving. [.Entered at, the post office at Kalona. Iowa, as second el ass *nail matter.] Shampooing and Meloneolic days, these. Miss Rose Wombachec is sick list. on the KALONA, IOWA. Boone's Ice Cream by the gallon or dish. MissAgnes ShilBg spent Sunday D. SNIOER, in Muscatine. What Cheer miners went out on a strike last Friday. DRA Y MA Boone's Ice Cream is made of pure Hauls to any part of town. separated cream. ~ulo rates Buffalo Bill's wild west show will be at Museatine Oct. 1st. 1 Miss Belie Wombacher visited at l J. L Shillig's over Sunday. When you want something good, eat Boone's Ice Cream. g. L. Shillig's little son, derald, has been quitesick, but isbetternow. Anthony Kupka has a new clover huller, with self feeding attachment. Miss Elvina Parker went to OttumwaFriday to visit relatives. The Multum In Pravo iron is so}d by Lea Bush. Every woman should have one. New Sharon had a $10,000 firo last week. Electric light plant and roller mills went up. fide @utehenritter will open his photograph gallery only on Fridays and Saturdays hereafter, tf. }Natermelon peddlers are charged lieenso over at Washington. It's right. :Protect home merchants. Call on S. E. Parker for Insuranca ;n the Des Moines o~ National. two splendid oompames Farmers report a large yield of wheat in this section an3 the acreage is much lar~er than usual. Jim Tansev returned to his home in Missouri Friday night, after a pleasant two-week's visit here. Frank Toyne, a former Wellman farmer, was killed by lightning on his farm near Muscatino last week. Sam Kellog, Roh*t McCall and W, V. McCausland camped oa Eng- lish river, east of {own this week. " Riverside will vote, Aug. 29, oa i~ suing bonds, not to exceed $5,000 to put in a system of water works. Mrs. lffarter, dentist, ~ill be in Kalona every Wednesday, at A~lents drug store. Good work guaranteed. A train collided with a handcar load of section men, near What Cheer, last week and killed Patrick Feather stone" Pasture your cows in Hamilton's pasture. Cows 75e per month and' horses $1. See Yeggy and Mellin- get. The new South English :opera house will be opened in the near future. Tickets are already being sold at one dollar each. Every woman that has used the Multum In Pravo irou--sold by Len Bush--say they would not do with out one for twice its cost. + Dan Lueas, who used to own an interest in the Rust-Smith hardware store at this place, has bought au in- terest in a clothing stock at What Cheer. Sheriff Teeter had his mustache shaved off lest weak. If John hap- pens to come over our way we want him ta call at our ranch and intro duce himself. Jule Switzer's medicine company disbanded the other day. Times too close and too many political speeches i to attend, for the show busmo~s to prosper. Every woman that has ironing to do should have one of the Mahum In Pravo" heat from a stove to use lhem under a shade tr( yard, or ~;~'y place. Those who haw u~ed th~m~ ~'re well i,>~e~;+e+d an(] wouht not do without (,ae L~",~ ]lust) is affent for Wash- ;ngton coutd,y. See him if he fails to call on you. For Burial Cases, Caskets, Woo~; cloth covered caskets and U N DERTAKER' Ot all kinds. Cal~s attended niKkli Hearse furnished when wanted. SNIOER DO, YOU. WANT., q'l'Hi~ iS ONIS OI TI4IM. ONLY THE [ILEBI Farrand & P MADE IN DETROIT. ~OR 8ALE BY E, E. THeM Washington, 15th Day.' THE GREAT REN FRENCH I Produces the shove results in 30 D powerfully aud quickly, cures wh, fail. Young men and old men willr youthful vigol~ by using REVIvO~ and surely restores from effects of~ P~cess and i~discretions Lost Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Power of either sex, Fmling Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, one for study, business or marriag~ cures by starting at the seat Orest Nerve Tonic and and restores both vitality and. muscular and nervous system, the pink glow to pale cheeks tire of youth. It wards s~mpUon. Accept no substitute. Ing REvIVe, no other. It can be pocket. By mail, St~oo wrapper, or ~ix for $~.oo, with ten guarantee to cure or refund every package. ROYAL MEDiCiNE C0., For Sale By Allen. Wanted-An Boone's Ice CIeata