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Kalona, Iowa
August 23, 1895     The Kalona News
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August 23, 1895

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NEWS. Every Friday. $1.50 Per Annum. Editor. at Kalona, Iowa, as highest market all the year around. putting up a nice this farm northwest of strictly Miss Hettio Morgan and sister, Mrs. W. H. Palmer, started Monday for an extended visit in the et+st. They will visit Niagara Falls, New York City arid other beautiful sights before returning. There will be a Populist convention held at Washington in the Salyation Army hall, Saturday, Aug. 31, at 1 i o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nom- inating a county ticket. M. B. CRESSNELL, Chairman Co. Con. Com. The Nira Ball Nine and the K. !K's. will play ball on our diamond warrant- to.morrow afternoon. All come out. & FEED STORE. returned from visit at Audubonl evening. Parker for Insurance or National, two and O. T. Smith on business yes- !'i of Warren, Ill., is the home of W. C. n, South English, one year. Our cAr- eSsing rapidly. , of Monmouth, Ken.,. his daughter Bhmche S. started Tuesday week's visit with Indiana. and Mary Adams, are visiting their wife. will play the "longs" next Tuesday after- be an interesting family, gno. Ma- t ]]0one and Florence! tt:to the Cedar river,i or, ~everal days' outing. ! of Ro k Springs, ! arrived here Tuesday l visit with her parents, Wilson. n family came i this week. Ed. Tuesday, and address to Ramah, place he was moving. ' moved here from t now occupy l eros', store. in the Smith We welcome these city. We are Kalma a splendid On to BostOn Special Train! One Fare Rate For the twenty-sixth Triennial Con- clave of Knights Templar at Boston August 27th, the B. C.R. & N takes pleasure in stating it has secured for this trip seven cxf Pullman's latest de- signed sleepers lighted, with Pintsch gas, upholstered with light hair cloth and especially intended for summer travel. These sleepers will leave from the following poiuts on the day trains August 21st: STATmNS. Rounp Trip.Tz~w. Estherville ........ $32.00 ..... 1:05 P.M. Iowa Falls ......... 28.70 ..... 5:05" Deborah ........... 27.45 ..... 3:40" Wos~ Union ....... 26.65 ..... 5:40" Independence ...... 26.55 ..... 7:07" The game between our nine and the Cedar Falls ........ 27.40 ..... 6:45" " Waterloo ........... 27.25 ..... 7:00" South Liberty nine will be here one Vintou ............. 26A5 ..... 8:00" week later, at which time l)repara- Cedar Rapids ...... 25.75 ..... 9:00" tachs have been made for a foot race Tickets on sale August 19th to 24, and a bmycle race. Come and see good to return untilOctobor 6th. both games. Ladies admitted free. Regular stops will be made at all intermediate stations to Cedar Rapids The moat comical game of ball where the sleepers wail be joined to the ever played here was witnessed by a special train of through coaches and "small house," Tuesday afternoon, baggage cars leaving Cedar Rapids at ANNOUNCEMENT! on 0nday, August 2fi, at Kal0na, I0wa, WE WILL OPEN FOR gALE OUR NEW AND COMPLETE TOCK OF BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING and FUR- NISHING GOODS. O" CLOTHING: We have a complete stock of Gents', Boys' and Child- ren's Suits in the latest styles and at prices to suit everyone. BOOTS and SHO ,S: Our stock of Boots and Shoes includes every. thing offered in a city shoe store. Ladies, Mmses, Boys aml Children, --something for all ages and sizes, m both fancy and work shoes. FURNISHING GOODS: Variety of Hats, Caps, Neckware, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, etc. You can find what you want at our stord, and save a trip to Iowa City or Washington. NOTICE: We wish tosayto the citizens of Kalona and vicinity that we have come here to BUILD UP a STEADY and PROFIT- ABLE BUSINESS. We shall offer for sale nothing that we cannot recommend. We have no auction or shoddy goods, but fresh goods direct from the manufactur- ers, in all desirable styles and at all prices. Call and examiue our stock. Yours for Bargains, The fats played the leans, but were 9 p. m. arriving at Chicago 7 a. m. August unable to "do" them. Didn't such 22nd. fellows as Ike Edmondson, Jim and The train will leave Chicago from the , , Dearborn station of the Chicago & ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ gakeHuff, andDr. Ritterand those Grand Trunk Railway, Dearborn andlllracle az me ;n ~tore 2 Thursda Au -- -- -- fellows rook comical running bases? Polk streets, at p.m. " Y, g. I ....... "-- The score stood 21 to 40 in favor of 22. Representatives of the Burlington [ ~J Y'~ ~ ~ ~ ~I ~ ~l | V T the~leans at the end of the 7th in-&Cedar Rapids & Northern&rand Trunk RailwaysandwillChicag[accom-I CAt| l~[ ~,Jj[-- VL-a , J -1 ,, ling, which was all they pla)ed, pany this train throughout the e=tire/Best owter crackers 5c nor lb. The fats were: Sherred Adams, Jako trip, and are especially detailed, by the l ,r~ J~" r~ c~, ' 1'11~ Huff, Ike Edmondson, O. T. Smith, lines they represent, to look after the:Choice cmree, per m. Dr. Ritter, Gee. Abbott, Jno. Yoder, comfort and pleasure of the passengers, i'~ O~i"|OP "~I/][~'o]~ ll'~g* lrm~, lr,~lr~o,~ 'rne tra!n wm reach l~tagara at a. m ~ ~ ~,~ ~ ~ ~, ~ ~ ~ ~- Gee. Bowersock and Jim t~uff. The wherea stop ot seven hours will be made I,~OO(1 rulqes ~]! 1D~. Icy ~lolfl)o leans were: Chas. Brown, Elmer " P ' g~ving all an opportunity to-view the "D,~,~4- 66 ~ ]l-~c~ .1~,,~-=. )W~r, Morgan, Bill Smith, Amos Mellinger,, marvelous grandeur of the 1 alls. ~ Tom Tobin, Joe eggy, Dr. Allen, " ' ' Men's Good Su,penders, lOc p r pa" . After leavmg Nmgara Falls a night ~ e lr S. E. Parker and Bill Grady. ride will be made to Kingston, where ,, Silk Overshot v ,, ,.us'-enaers, per pr. those who desire to take the trip down Paul Dautremont defeated Jacobs the St. Lawrence River wilt be called at Regular price, 25e. in the foot-race at Riverside, last 4:30 a. m., while those who prefer may, Saturday. We understand that sev- continue ou the train, reaching Men-Men's cotton Hose, 5c per pair. Regular oral $ $ of Kalona money went with treal at 1 p. m. August 24, and spend 10. the afternoon and evening "d'ewing the vr-ce, the "board bill jumpers." Really, mnny points of interest iu that old and o wedidn't think there was anyone in historic city. The choice of these rece=ved a full line of over- Xalona that would "hold the saek routes must be made before loa- ing alls shirts, etc. for snipes." ~Btlt they surely would Chicago. The rwer trip will occupy the if they will bet on such fakes as entire day, andis a succession of chang- ~ the Vicking & Vandome lin- " . ' ing delights, embracing scenery of end- that Everyone knew thatJacobs " " ]essvariety, islaudsof every conceivable en collar. They are the latest. For could run faster than t)anl. ~aul shape, size and appearance. sale "1 knew that, but it the wa.q ~0ney .Leaving Montreal at 11:50 p.m., O].]_ly ~)y they were after tastes0_ of tl~e race. crossing the Victoria bridge to St.Johns; o ' f t ~ r thence wa the Central Vermont Raft The Jac bs are pro ess'onal fa! i s, " "" so it seemsThey left here with un I way bhrough northern Vermont. On .... ... " . . - - I through Concord, Manchester, Nashua settled board bills, and ~t is rumored ............... t auG. l~Owell, along ~ne DeaUI~liUl vlerrl- that they did the same thing at[mac river, arriving at Boston at 12:30 | *| [ '| Wellman. NIarshal Brown made alp. m., Sunday, August 25th. For fur- ' AT THE search for them, but they had gone thor information relative to rates and fm parts unknown, route, inquire of a~y agen0 of the B., C. R. & N. Ry. Or address round,reigned. Roy. gno. O'Laughlin will erect This is an opportunity of a life time. two nice new dwelling houses m the Don't miss it. J. MORTON, Slider edition in the near future. G. T, & P. A., -,., .... Cedar Rapids, Ia. been rented. There has been a hum- 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 One, if not both of them, has already PRINTED ber of people wanting houses this shmmer, and we can expect more be- fore wintcr, so no one need fear put- ting up houses to rent. Renting ,,~, houses pays big interest on the & Rogers are theagents at Kalona. t'astMail," will bo money invested in them, and we Leave your bundle at their store. Ope:.a House, in don't see why parties w~shing to rent Send Tuesdays~and return Friday. ,.', l~da~ evening of houses in Kalona cannot get them. ~ - I ' Will be rendered by At least a dozen more houseb should One ])'are Rate to Denver. , ............... ~-~ t be an excellent op- There is a demand for that many at men tickets to Denver, Pueblo, Coloraao Springs and Mankou, August llth and ~lr people to hear least. Mr. O'Laughlin is doing a 12th, account of Annual Me~ting - 'Y'good thing for the town as well as American Pharmaceutical Association are here and are himself in putting upthose two vi~ rate of one fare for the round trip, RE---- ! Itions to o-on their dwellings, and we hope others will good to return until September 1st. ~" i l h ..... ~ favor the town in that way. Call on B. C. R. & N. agents for further ,*~e ~netr opemng __ information or address ~h~y are nice poe- Don't Miss This Chance. J. Morton, G. T. & P. A. stock of goods, and. Eight ~)hotos for 25c. Also vie~s Cedar Rapids, Ia. uSement in another Gallery Winneshoik Co., In., says:--Last winter De Witt,s Witch Hazel Salve and cured t h'a-u ~ne ..... mlslormne Since 1878 there have. been. nine a large running sore on his leg. Had i; r Zg im east' ~- b "-^ --~':le t"";a"'~';" ....... of dysentery in different been under care of physician for months ] ]~ . y fi,%wm without obtaining relief. Sure eure for rotor nt. 'Ji~a St- . , parts of thecountry in which piles. Ritter&Hochstettler. t arr, west oI ' ..... " Metzger's r + &Biztmp [ ....... Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera ann .................. , ",~,+K. the sLraw ~1, and it was only iDiarrhea Remedy was used with Better Than Two for One. of t'-- .' Deflect success. Dysentery, when Send for free samples and judge thore Pinkey ro. ~ParatorThe fireI~pidemic'is almost as severe and by. TImK~Lo~A N~ws and Cincinnati hot-box"dangerous as Asiatic cholera. Here Weekly Enquirer, both one year for only NeW M t ger Ie i iae 1]eg0r , $%00 the Enquirer is now issued twice a 1' " torero the best efforts of, the most week, Tuesdays and Fridays. Is an 8-~~;?i~o~t;@7E "~~~ ,S called to the ad-skilled physicians have failed to column, 8-page paper, large size, or 16 B~Y ~~ H0chstettler. . F. Shsffer's Stock check its Pavan, ca. this remedy, how- argo pages every week, equal to 104ordi- '~e. ]~{e has a fine lever, has cure3 {,l'le most malignant nary papers a year that usually cost $2.00; all large type, plain print and / d, if :-oll+,~ro iu the :cas,~s, both of children and adults, white paper. A complete new departure ORGAN : WP' ' ' + ' " / D a " P,ty yon to lm, and under the most trying con-t'rom old t, me journalism. Call or ad ~;?~ N~E;:; II ..... : ! ig~f your herd by idnlons, which proves It to be the dress all orders to - h" I NEws OFFmE, Kalona, Iowa. FOR + t~ fine Poland lbest medicine in worldfor bowel ...................... ~ae of his Short complaints.For saleby B. F. Charley Brown's sale dates made ]Allen. at the Nrws office. Washington, Iowa{ R ['tne'r : slioc s ea':t r,tlm aud money.