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VOLUME 6. KAI,ONA, IOWA, FRIDAY MOPNING, NOVEMBER 27,1896. NUMBER 3. -----~~ { THE BROOKLET says: "'Lt is not custb~nary to look at J, M. J~R][~[ ~1~I{, J _ ' the sun, and not even the most enthusi- i _ l astic electrician would suggest that. PI YSICIAN AND SURGEON. ] nv JENNY RUSe, / naked ares and ineande,~eent filaments _ = ] nwere objects to be gazed at without ~ J p r~tpt atto.tiol givamto all sails. Dales I sough~.~he source of the brooklet-- limLt. But naked arc lights are not P' ' St litany & Hoehstatler's dr.. store, ltalons, t ]~was ~Jbe fountain, clear and mild, u .... n., ,.,.o.a .... , ........ ,,h,,, ,L ! i | I towa I And I fol/owed its broadening channel ,. ....... ~ l:--~--- .~-~ -; ~.-:.,..---y-- ~ne J t It | / -v:, ..... s a -urrentfierceandwilfi lame o~ mgn~, ano when t mey (to acci- i i | ! mb .___ | ...... c " ' [dentally, whatever may result the in- | [ ~4 ~ | A~ the fen I ' lane1 common way of getting over that ~ I ~ ] ~ . . Ofi~ee| Of its murm,uring, soft and ,low; difficulty. The whole trouble can be ~{ ~. ! ~] " ] The lilies, so p~are and fragile, . ""~" ~ (Sloe hoarD: gAL N4.$t~lt, a.m.,?toL| Close by the water's side~ ] THEY NEVER HEARD O~" HIM. ~ ....... ~ u,~ *~ ,, tp. =" ] By the merciless waves were broken ...... ~---.'-2 .,_ ~ ~ = ==~---.,-'--', = "- ", -" --' ~ - ~ , . .~ ~......... tide l ~"Mo ~nlea~o ~usla{~,~ g~tt~rl Who wonde~,e~ asqmialtc.. Y lSargery and Diseases of Wom~m ~t~d ] 2tail urusueu on l~S uet~,,t~ ~ . J Who George Re Davis :L.-- ,-.--'mldr*a" ., __-- | I followed the brook to the ocean, ] Three. men were chatting togethe~ in When putting up your Stove for the wlnttr~ remember we are head Now calm., now tea)pest,tossed, a Madison street cigar store. :it Was ,,, ~ .-, ~ . _,~ V. ~[ETZRAI)T, M.D., ] Whonlo~ twasmergmgwith others Iraining, outside and neither was il~ a quarters for sievE PIPE, COLLARS, COAL HODS, SHOVELS, --~,.s Anti forever to me was los ~ n ' ' J , ' ]hurry toleave. One of t.hem was a wed- , DAMP , RS, ELBOW and round and oval sieVE DRUMS. . ~ Twa~ one with many another, known pOhtlelan and the other tw~ PHYSIO~AN & SURGEON ] . Forming a v~at domain. ..... /weFe apparently successful bus,nes~ I TINWARE of .'1 makes and .|ze. at rock.bottom prices. And vo [ur~nor [onow see ~ne 9rooKies, ~men A mi]itar, lookin ent" " ~ ~. Office and residers at R~HMOND~Indeed, would be in vain |~v:.~ ...... 3( . g ~ .leman [ REPAIRING of all kinds done with neatness and dispatch. 'l ' / ILia ~lll21],VWlll[~ /lair, lllLIST~ne anu I Is, All calls promptly attended. 1 While, musing thus o'er the water, ~ehin whiskers entered, says the Chica- [ Bring in your leaky TANK ttEATERS and have them made over .... | And watcbing the ocean s strife, |g~ Chronicle I , " " / ~J~mugnh' st [irfu! ~ ;;t /;W~dy:: ~;h I Giveme.vall .nd lwillguaranteesatisfaetion. It Ws (3L BERNARD, M :un';;T~ en bt~n , t n~,,~:h?~L~e politician: At fi st, so helpless, so " , ~ 's that? queried'o~e of th~ d'~g'~ /-t "l~'lr~'l~g"~Tv~ ~-~ r vIST ..... / _rover it broader grows, [other two men of the politician afte~ | Ik]ll'Jl~l.fle ~..)s J~J[~J[~u~uNe 04Boeat Wellmar, Iowa. | Un~tt from youth, to mannooct:. ! the man he had addressed as colonel ] _ ~ t,ige the t~de, impetuously slows t ~._.~ ....... t ~atrat$~a,sv~rW,~lno~da,~ . . ' ~ g,-me out,. ........ t.:ar'OeSee vR.~ IX.'s ,re, st~re. I In childhood, the gleam of sunshine, [ Why, don't you know him--Royal J ......... ~' ,,-~ ,- .... , :%" ..... | bnatches from some sweet lay~ I George D~vis?)' | - tl .... | And the virtues,se neededin manhood, J "Well, who ~s Rnv~l ~,,,~ T~,,;~ | _ i l ~.OL~:I~ B. MA-1AFIvE~, [ Methinks, grow stronger each day. |anyway?" *-'-" ....... ~ ......[q-~ , x~ TV - ~ ai / We watch for the gleam of the merits, I "George R. Davis--don't know George tlnere s t~0 use ! ;ll 3, ~i1 __ l ThrC life like gold to elaine, [ R. 7" I =, O ~ ,~ ~ to mne' IONEER. [ And we know 'tis a gift of the Donor,[ "'What did he do?'* [ ~ 4t r~,~v s-~ Thesonseofthetr~lydlvme ~b man h w " " ' y, , e as dlrector gt~neral ,~ " ~e C~'i" all kitd~of 'al''t reun'] It gathers fine true from exi,tence, I"' t'h~ 'vorld s fair.' '" 1 YOU C I:112ot fil~ld lIl thee0. t able vat . ] It wanders thro' fields so wide, ] ".Never heard of him.'~ | U~{~Ct ~f,~ltO~ ~,hO ~h~l n~f ~1~! ~s ~[ ,- r .... l Seeking the good of others, J The politician looked at he mal~ in | ..... ." ......... ~" ..... ~ el KALK)N, - - ow~. | Then enters e~eratty's' tide. [ undisguised. ,, amazement.. "Come~ bt~- tthe genuine B] CKWIT d ~ | And just as the brooklet flows onward, ] the cigars, ~a~ all he mid, | ..... ~: __ --_ {f OL cIAHLEY BROWN, / Making the earth more bright, [ And such is fame. [ROUND OAK. You may " 1 Just so the true aim o~ existence J ....... ~ ! , _ . .... =- _ ~ ......... I Should be to ennobl~ life. | |Flow M&~[steturmra Te~t B|~SC|~ ]try; you II get le:[t. Re- 'o..A~yT!?.~ i~ :o... J k3nless one has visited a great bmyele ., . ak Y' *y " "- -- tworth Visitors to a big manufactory [ .... S Win. H. P~m~, Cashier, ..... 0, , are s~r )risked It tl~e eras! one thin and think they ; -- /'NGIDi~NT oN ~r'i~ ~LL EY L. ' ] l tE l I the extentr Of th, pla,>t. | }' g - ~1~ f~L~i~i~ ii~ --~---~ the perfect appoititments and air of " I gnl ~t~. fl ...... 11 .~ 11, [trueuleflt ~elft~ Ptumengers Subdued by a Jdi'~ ........ ' .... Jhave it all, hut it fat s, they build ill ....... l ,'Clpllnet, uaL])revalls inrougroul / .~ , lelelend of the Conductor. " " killllll',i V, IVlIlIIR BHH[ / ....... /It doc.~nottakethenalbstinex emtne(d ]another- It fails Still the kee MI'UUU UUIAUI~U ,[,$UIIII,| On theaalev ~' road one evcninga/lon toe, ' " "P "' ' ' ' " ' " Y P ~-:---:-~:"~ - - - - - APITAL, $10,000, It--- the ~a- t~-" wer- in Ttw'" st~od I', "q " ; "ery eat material~ are / ~----_- -~ " ~ ""_ - necessar) mexer tort, skdledlaboro~ The It suet, behove lie |in the eisle and obstructed the urea-[. "" ." " Y I r " " ! / Y " -- ---- -- " : ~ -- ! / .... ~ t /the highest order is essential to obtain / rl~ ... _ -- _. _ , uress ot people co~nmg ann going ou t . " . - -< - = -- i ~he desncd r~sults and ff any part g~ts ~'Ha ~N'~]~ o~ T~ L~o, ~,, ~| | ~11~1~] R~ln~rlllff ~]]~llll~.~ ]at the different stations and ,,'ere in-/ " " "" "' "- | St, a ~ uautttt J~ua&tnl~ ~utuuuu, [elined to be disnutatious and .uarrel-|t,hrough the inspection-roo~n and is [ - - -- --- / .. ..... ~.'-~ ...... v__.?.._.~ '_/t~fterwards found imperfect~ it is noth- ing short tff marvelous -Tl~r~.-. /particular,~Criticise their conduct One. of thmn in [t - J/ ....... unt& Iron Todd we&lets Priaeo ]'~ ~ - ' " " ' " ]Peorli "l'o(l{l ~ioat~l~, ~ " x.~A" A" ~ ~..~-~. ~J /was esnecialtv ~u~,nacious, and finall-' / ...... " . / l-lea~;ors, ~lr 'x'ign J tea erm, UOOK anoveB, ~$et d #|- ! ...... . y./ .~. 1~ rcncn l,~per tells the stot, y of. , ~;ONI' ""D .............. |lljpm ~a~ s ~ ~ll~ ]when the conductor ordered them ~o ]ilramatic instructor who had as a nn | anges -a lUll It~Bor~men~. ~|MI~I~M Illlli Ll~l~ll/take their seats the blg fellow threat-/pi1 a girl who was ver rett b--'l ~ I at smaller theaters Thzs worthy x~e~ghed hel .... " " ntion given to trsvelin l ~. "" " '" | lado~na, Why? askedthedramatic ] ..... " .... " men, =[about 240 pounds and was a grant m [!nstructor. "Because," was the reply, | 1tar ~, . /strength and size Tie walked into the |~'belladonnahasthe re-~ ...... lf'~ C'~ T "='~t~NA r " , p pe.~yoz relating .... .... IO~A]ear where the darkles stood, grabbed[f~.X p..p:~,, /[~]TJ]TJ~ NOD~ I--I CWC l~lql(' [thebic, one wh wasa ast af [ ....... |U/IIAIIIUtl k/bll,.)k# 11 liU~,~AUIIIL n ~, , o t le half Dot - -- ... ' ]shorter than the bOuncer, and dragged [ M~m [or Ehe~r Hunt~e~ [ ul~ ia sA ~ t_j win. ~. PALMER. |him to the door. [ The proper beast for a grizzly beal' [ ~||| save xou hogs= .. " [ As the car ~v,as just then slacking up rhunter to ride is a good mule. Dr. ~..', | A-~-~ .-:i "~r'lt'7".-. "~.~,,~ .,..,,,~ ~r@, F Ed ar Umted States arm , tells m dr'~..I..I.t.~. ~ t~ .-'.LK.JVt~t akL, s ~k~ ~-~&_ ..~ __.. [at a station the bouncer threw the col- [ , g , r , y [ ,. ~t ~.~,~r -" ~._/ored ma~ clear over the gate and on to [ Recreation why a mul~ ks best, The [ ................. ~.~.,.--7--7", . . . , . V l-'UDll_.. ,.. " . . _ t t~a,onai~owa,.c~.l,.~,~,-- ynerao~fi~yneacl ot pigs was ~ii01t anu dying " " t w c uoc~or was ~anuermg near a camp up ,, | he platform ithout waiting for th~ ~ . " . .. |when I commenced to use the Common Sense Hog ] onic. Four diedthat were tOO tn Washln ton state on a mule ue K--- Iguard to open the gate. The darky | g ' [sick to eat any o| the food containing the Tonic. None died after using the Tonic. &LENA, IOWi had hm rifle with tnm, and seeing a , ' [sprawled all over the platforlll and his [ "" " " ' - " " [One sow had not drank or eaten any,hmg for at least one week. I drenched her b~ bear m the trml, fired The bear as dnreoted and sh All ki~a- ^. [two companions s3tlnk to seats as the ~ "g . " " | ' o commenced to eat in 24 hours after drenching, In two weeks ~1,~ -~.,= ut ~al paImrm gotten np/bouncer looked back i"t~ the e~r The L tumbled over and out of sight. It looked [time she was entirely well and all are doing exceptionally well ever since I make ~a aCCuracy an(1 dianatch_ .|tr,; .... ~ ----,~ ...~h. _,..~W~m.inln;~ "t~r'___- |hke a clean kill, and the doctor start- [this statement after using the tonic|since J~]y o5,. 1896. J.J.. PLANg, l~ll li~ [l'ors" keeping very still Fed toward the t)]ace, and was nearly | Kalona, Iowa. t:_ _ ne of l~tal blanks en hand~ fit- [ A~,~.s~x.~.,s,:.,:^~s ~.'~a ~. .... asked ~in sight of the hollow where the bear. | Washburn, Iowa, Dot. 17, 1896.--Gentlemen: I used your Hog Tonic which cured ashin~to ...... ,. .... a. [,......., +1, ..... I.,. : .... ~.a..~ ..... ,^ t had disanweared, when the bear climbed [my hogs, I lost three or four head, after I commenced to use it, that were too ...... ~ ..... J't~ae ot'h;;7~Al~ hV~2L'i~ was~.'~'~)a't'shol'; [ up over't'he ed~e and went for h!m. ]aiD? to e a~ anything: ............ y. J. Bu.uL~, Washburn, I0wa., ~- ~ |woo a s*,-,-,,~- ~-~,, " ,t was then that the mule. was ot me t mwa ut~y, iowa, Unt. 1o, &vvu.-- y nerfl or t~ neau or pigs was tagen SlOK a~u~ J3k/~ T 1-) T r-~ r~- ~Xr | .... ts ....... utmost service. The mule rose on its [the 15th of J uly and 12 head had diedin a few days when I got a gallon of the Corn- ~--~* ~-~lk.~ ~ 12~Z. / ........... ..... '.'. ........... hind feet turned sharnb, around, and [ men Sense Hog Tonio and fed it as dwected in the Key to Sueoossful Hog Raisin(, ~" L~'U/NI~ LI~ I ~ AN~ P'Y~'~IU~i , r ~ r. on c and ~w | hca~tcdfor(am,~ Ahorseoramustanr, and it cured o3 out of tho 54 that were left when I began to use the T i, INtJ ~'~- ~,~ .... ~-~ -- ,. [ Uaprote~t~d Lam~s'--~ound to Be InSu- wou'dn't hav~ ~en -uick enou,,h the nearly every one was sick at the time--five o2- six were almost dead. and had nat - "'~.~J.[-~ .-- I-~llr~tllC~ | rlou~totheEyoela~lt. --" " . :l ..... ~'' . "eaten or dL'anl~ anything for two days or mote Ineverhadvig~ do better man j a~a.os,~ Dear waa so close, nUT~ all tne nunter ' | 'Pha auestion of inh]rv to the eves ........ they havesmce I eommencetl to usa thin/-log Tome. I make this statement after ----- =,-- ~---- -- ~ Jia(l ~o oo was to hang on. The mille OEB~. .... e knowing the facts amce Aug, 1, 1896 I~BEaT R~ KAL........... [from sl~etrm hght ]s being plx)mm nt- knew what to dO withou being told .. " . . u~&, IUWa. ]ly disettssed by scientists, oculists and " IF:OTHERli:.OURE THEIR HOGS, WHY NOT YOU? . : ]layme~ throughout the country. While PI---a~l~--~--C~r~ ~ ......... -r full o ln,oI~ widely differ as to the tilt. .... J~'or lkal0na la. . hue of Legal and School [ P" " . ........ " "The Cedar Rapids Route hwh glade ale by iF, ALLEN, , ~,anka oa hand Jmate m3ury ,J~e,y to r esul~,~rom tae playing cards aro~or sale b~' a~ agenta W'- " " ~ zaplmy mcrewmg u~ o~ ~t,-~,ty. ' of the B U .... K'&N Ry., at the following ,,, -, ..... hen iu ....... Ithe consensus of opinion ts that hgEt "-*" " ' - ..... ' - u~e~, ~,tve me a Call/ ....... prmos: Aoe per pacK; ~WO peeks ~; o - - " i ra~om uncoverea or uncoxorea glooes is $1.50per dozen. Order direct from W~#~J~ ==___i_===~_... Iworking damage to the eyesight of hu- agents or send stamps or money order . . , ,, ~ WhO e~a tllaa Uiltt U--lln Ifln .o=.:=,, Jmanity. In a discussion of the subject tothe undersigned, and cards will bo r]i h =h.,,1A ha wn,,r w .klv VlSll;Oro ~=t.~aO~N.~,,~_A th&~mw b~ volt ~ltk, i~ .=.,,uu.u,.~ .... tr.. l~ht~o r a, - trost oor xr ~ ~ _ _ -- '~ ~{%,~'.lulb|'a~D~ig~__l~..~ ~.,-~P~tol.$ &St_Or. I fending its trade, feels called upon to J, MOBTO~I, (~, P. & ~L]. A. .... '' " ]make ~ome important admissions. It 12--31 Cedar Rap,ds, ta.