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Kalona, Iowa
August 23, 1895     The Kalona News
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v l '= S :X &FFEI: 'l't-it: KAL(:NA !{E vS.I - . ...................................... lice, is finally eap*ured by Sherlf at Davenport. Chas. Men/es :Breeder and Proprietor of ' ! t'~ 'le l'' I'' " i" i"" l~l ' '' ~'' ~'a~ "rr~'!~t" , ' THE WZLLMAN "' " "" ": P LA} HnlNAHDDS Pure ice cream at Boone?s, only 5c i e(1 ~t Davenport mght bef,>re last, N..rp.,~T..~Tr..~].,.~ ~ ]~ : 1" ' , .,li2h. a,,:l ,s,,,w iail here. F.,,', . 3:trs, Abner Boone was m Iowa some tune, it v, saul, he can)ed on ....... ~ .......... ~ ..... ~ 'a City over Sunday. the hootiegging business at Rich I have 50 head of big black pigs for sale, of March, April add May farrow. 11 sired by the great boar, U. S. CH) EF, JR., 27,257. This great boar I purchased at a fancy price from B. L. Gossick, of Iowa. U.S. Chief, Jr., ~7,2o7, is sired by BLACK U. S. CHIEF, the Iowa State Fair premium boar in We strictly warrant our 900 flour. F],otm & Fl.:m) ST(mE Eat Boone's ice cream and be hap- pY, Choice Piekcral fish just received at Jno. A. Yoder's. Bertha C~rady was in Wdlman the first of the week. Cool off, by eating Boone's ice cream, Jos. geggy will run his feed mill every day except Monday. One thousand dollars worth of 8hoes at Edmondson & Rogers'. Preaching at the M. E. church next Sunday morning, Our Banner, none better, $1.15 per sack, at Flour & Feed Store. Thornburg coalat lie per bu. if taken from the ear. Jos. YE(~GY. Snider Bros. have just received a car.load of lime and cement. Miss Blanche Evans was a peasen ger for Iowa City, Wednesday evening. Logan Edmondson is having some valuable improvements made on his ~lOllSe. We have that famous Comet Calf boot in stock now. PAI~Ea & RIcxEY. Edmondson & Rogers have what Kalona has long been in need of--a first-class shoe sto?e. Quite a crowd from here attended Crow Sisters' Show at Wellman Tuesday eve. Gold Mine, the best Northern flour made, $1.15 per sack. at Flour & Feed Store. Mrs. I, Iarter, dentist, will be in Kalona every Wednesday, at Allen's drug store. Good work gauranteed. The new section foreman---we'll tell you his name some other time-- has moved into the house vacated by the McClelland family. Jno. A. Yoder has taken the agen- cy for the 0. O. D. Steam Laundry at Iowa City, and will send Tuesday of each week.. Leave your bundle at his store. Dave Swartzendrnber has moved his threshing outfit to Wright county. The grain crop was very heavy there this season, and Dave will get hie share of the threshing, no doubt. Edmondson & Rogers, in order to make room for shoes, will sell out their stock of queensware and glass- ware at a price that will cause them to move at once., Frank Bolding, of Wayland, is sticking type in the NEws office dur- ing the absence of our starer, who is at the parental home in Wcllman, taking a much deserved vacation. The fall sale season will soon open Remember the NEws office is the place to have your bills printed. We can also fix the auctioneer busi- ness for you. W. F. Reinert. formerly one of the Wellman Advance editors, but for the past three years editor of the only daily mining paper in the world, died at his home in Denver,{recently. m