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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - April 30, 1925, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME VALUE FOR SURE KS CONTINUING F A V O R AHLK AS AT PRESENT iiitf Alicail a to Be IJaswl on the Productive W may expect increasing values I of Iowa farm lands during the next years if the present or higher I price levels of agricultural products jure declared head of the agricultural eco jnomics and farm management clepart nient of Iowa State in an ad I dress before the visitors attending threeday land appraisers short which closed at Thurs Holmes also said he believed that the general price level of agri products would increase dur ing the next four or five years and he rticularly feels that the relative purchasing power of agricultural pro duels is due for a gradual Base on I believe that we are going to see I a better adjustment between land values and the price of agricultural I products in the Holmes It seems to me that land values are going to be based more nearly in the future on the income producing power of the Our land values during the period we have just gone through have been based too much on expected I income producing Another factor which Holmes be j lieves will affect land values is in terest If interest rates it will tend to lower land he and on the other if inter est rates go lower land values should j go Conditions president of Iowa I State who made the principal i address at the banquet last night vftich closed the threeday short outlined the need of research and educational work in agriculture in order to meet the constantly chang conditions which confront the The he is con 1 tinuiilly called upon to con ditions of casts and various other He must be trained to look constantly for new methods that will cut down or in other ways satisfactorily to meet the new condi Jacobs Has Freak An item that has appeared in a I number of our exchanges tells of a freak pig with head like an elephant that was born on the farm of Henry i Cicsmu near Hanlontown last Jacobs of this has 11 freak pig that was born on the Moine tenanted by that as big a curiosity as the pig with an elephant The pig that Jacobs has is a double pig from j the hips It has two fully de veloped and two heads and lour front The two bodies are joined at the kidneys and from there toward are almost two normal he pig Is dead but the doctor has IJitservod it in a perfect To any one interested in freak tricks of nature it is worth going to The doctor aiso lias a couple of other freak speci i mens of pigs that he has picked up luring his one of them being a perfect specimen of Siamese twins of the pork Cnsper ri Hiicf mention was made in last flmisdays issue of the WorldJour of the serious illness of Casper Hu died llt at movnjUKi Funeral Cervices were held the following Sat the being conducted pastor of the lev man Presbyterian two miles southeast of rie church was quite well mid Monday afternoon with Odd fellows of the county who assembled convention here and spent the day in Reliekah members were also miiil to hear a fine address by of According to a letter from Wash received Saturday Congress llm postoff ice ad will be during the or until further WANT ADS PAY gold watch lost recently was itised in the WorldJournals ad eu That was 1UK that a rncd the valuedarticle to the ii valued for its financial at about and for a epsake tvom APRIL British police thwart communistic plot to kill Austen for eign Open warfare on Reds in Marshal says that it is not his place to on the entry of his great Von into llindenburg will continue German governments especially the Dawes security and evac uation of Inventor of death ray harnesses light that it may be into music more beautiful than that of organs for every Two one legged aviators leaving France in July for nonstop flight to he United prominent manufac indicted as forger in New Snow and freezing temperatures reported from middle west damage to crops Dry officers sued for after questioning man and two women in Detroit cabaret Census bureau report shows Illinois manufactures increased 80 per cent from 1921 to LEAVES FOR PARTS UNKNOWN Gottlob Hoffmcister Took Abrupt De parture Friday Gottlob one of our lo cal who has lived here with his family from the time of their re moval from the farm a dozen or more years took an unexpected de parture Friday During the Jay he visited with some of his friends about and as was his custom was at the Farmers elevator and at Christ Raischs coal He ap pears to have had some family troubla and it is understood that he had stat ed to several of his friends that lie was leaving and that he would not That evening he left on the Illinois east His final point of destination not who had owned con siderable farm had converted it and other estate into as far as he and recently bought 000 bonds of the school It is understood that lie has these and other securities on his He served as the local selling agent for a Mason City bond He gave no other intimation as to what he intended although close friends undertook to prevail on him not to do as he had said he in tended to the statement of some of his Hoffmcister is well known in the community has always been of a peaceful attentive to his personal affairs he is along in the Relatives are investigating immediate family consists of his wife and one son an older son was killed during1 the late Hack Home The wanderer has In com pany with a good Harm Eg fully intact in every arrived home Monday And all serene and happy Fviemhi are pleased to greet Welcome He had boon at Dav BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes Weeks Woadrow a boy of was drowned in he Iowa river at Iowa last With his brother and another he was playing on a raft that they had and fell into the at resuscitation proved A trade embracing practi cally all general lines of business at Mason is to be out next Tuesday to extend the glad hand along the line of tbeRock Island and to increase business by getting acquaint ed with Davidson of circulat ed among transacted business in the city yesterday and visited for a lime at the home of his wifes moth Managers of telephone exchanges the met at Iowa last Friday and related their troubles and Mason City business a brass band are lo say Hello to Iowa Falls business men next Tues Martha Iowa is dead at the age of WHOLE ATTEMPT TO THEATRE IN NIGHT Slate Marshal Probing Case of Incendiarism at Fort By the Associated Piess Fort April State Fire Marshal Tracy has been called into the investigation of the fire in the Lyric which broke at and threatened Die lives of 40 apartment dwellers and destruction of a block of Central avenue According to Fire Chief Frank the fire was of undoubted incendiary Oil soaked rags found in the aisles and exits of the and kerosene had been sprayed on seats and The fire was discovered by a night patrolman and extinguished by firemen before it could spread beyond the stage and an adjoining tire Edward manager of the is out of the That n building and loan associa tion is one of the best possible com munity interest promoting institu tions any town can have is again proven by a report issued by the sec retary of Marshalltowns The report sets out that on March 31 the association had loaned to Marshalltown people se cured by first mortgages on property to he worth The books of the association show that since 1 the association has loaned for new At the April twentyNovell addition al loans were The audit shows an undivided profit of Cyclone Cave for School The citizens of Shady Dell school district in Butler county have com pleted a cyclone cellar for the protec tion of the school clVildreh in case a or hurricane comes The cellar is built to the southwest of the a short distance from the entrance to the and is 4x10x0 Its sides and top are built of concrete of very substantial The work and material was and the finishing touches to the cave were made last The Star is glad to commend these people for such precautionary methods for the safety of the There is absolutely no need to speed on Ackley Life goes on fast enough without resorting to speeding or It would seem as though any levelheaded driver of an automobile would look sharply before he drove down a street liable to he crossed by It is admitted too many youngsters are allowed to play in the streets and to cross between in But this fact does not ex cuse motorists from observing traffic rules and and from being ordinarily Child to little son of and Moreland has not been well for a considerable length of time the child has been receiving medical attention and care at home but it was deemed best to take him to the The child has been in a Waterloo hospital luring the past and it is hoped that improvement expected will bo Junior Clans Two representative Ackley audi greeted the members of the Junior class of Ackley high Thursday and Friday Tho cash receipt were not what or linarily is but the audiences were appreciative and the young people gained experience of value to he school Here on Estate Matters Mandus son of and deceased many years residents of was in several day theNnaKt to matters of Kusian served his apprenticeship intone of our druu stores been engaged in that line at a dozen years or Congressman wife and Dorothy Clin left by auto last week for They arc making the journey stop ping enroute at points of and are expected to reach their home town the last of this Studer of Minne sota stopped at the Kichtsmeiei home on hi return from a business trip in the eastern The ladies of lie church will serve a penny cafeteria wupper in the church parlors Friday May 1 Everybody Two men killed in rum feud at Kan Will Confirm Cl Marys Archlfishop Keane of is bo ift next Sunnay after the of coifllucting a rvirft and confirming a class of boys The service at Thi archbishop conies Jjfom dt which place he coiubjrcts a similar HU the forci Freakish April jstablishecl record for ucing fickle smiles and sunshine one with and all else in Within the prostrations from the heat tit Ohio and from thermometers that recorded from 82 to 90 degrees the last of the a drop to 40 Tuesday PRQUD EAGLE WILlJSCREAM IN JULYyFOURTH Decides to Ad vance First in i ULY the nations is to be celebrated in the old time f a s h i o n in this year 01 of our na tional pride and in Tho anniversary of the countrys birthday has not been celebrated in Ackley since long before de wah and at times there have been expressions of because there was place to go and with everybody wanting to celebrate in some the only way of doing so has been by accepting the invitation of some neighboring town it will be pleasure this anniversary co extend the general invitation to the folks of patriotic disposition to to Ack ley and hear the eagle At the last meeting of Merle Elliott post of the American the cele bration was fixed upon as a positive certainty the last celebration was un der direction of the Commercial No further action was taken in the but the post wants the good word to go and the WorldJour nal is pleased to announce the Further committee will be given out in due TOHACCO GROWING IN IOWA Fields Make Good Thousand Pounds who probably grows as large a crop of tobacco as any man in Iowa has just shipped his 1924 crop of around pounds which i rather less than some years herto fore as last year was not a good year for this Carter has grown tobacco for a good many years and his field west of town is a pretty sight when at its Union REPRESENTATIVES E V EN LODGES GATHERED HERE Conferred Did Official Una and Held Social JfesHlons OfficeA The Hardin county Odd Follows a very succoKsful convention in Ackley April with 211 brother Odd Follows and sister Re ckahf The Ackley Brothers uid Sinters having arranged a very fitting program for the Pro gram was as by Ackley to church for public meet Seybold offering invoca followed an address of wel come given by our city Mayor Fred Trainer which was received with and a response by Cam eron of which was veiy in A song by Crossloy was en ioycd by Grand Master Guy Butts ad drossod the audience on Odd Fellow and the good accomplished by the It was a good talk that revealed something of the doings of Odd Fellows throughout the A piano Life is But a by Helen Shugar was also enjoyed and the address by Piper received with The Odd Fellowu then assembled at of hall where the Eldora de cree team conferred the initiatory de after which all partook of a moat bounteous supper served by the of Pink Icebekah lodge of Ack in During Odd Fellow degree session the visiting Uobakahs were enter tained by local Rebekah their hall by music and other social at the closa of which the members re ported at hall where a was held and the visitors en Officers elect d were1 George vicc n WiniiVxl Secretary nrl all cf Iowa next of tile county lodges is to be held at Iowa Falls in Practice Shoot Sunday afternoon members of the Acklyy Gun club are all to have a practice on the grounds south of This is in preparation for the big shoot that is scheduled to come off hero on the 24th of next It is expected that some of the crack gunners of he state will be here at that time and the locals are not inclined to al low them to get away with all tho money in the way of without doing their level Fire Damages An alarm of fir sounded last Fri day at about 2 took the fire laddies and a large proportion of Ackleys population to the Penny over on Third There is no podtive knowledge to what caused the Considerable but the department did good work in limiting The was DISCARD NECKTIES AS REPRISALS FOR ROLLED SOCKS EXPELLED Two boy students of Gladstone schoolall but me boy of UK fiair expelled to day for coming to school minus neck ties and with their collars The boys informed the teachers they would obey the dress regulations only when the girl students were com pelled to stop wearing their stockiiifs Miss Alice Areiuls visited at home of her Saturday and She served as organist at the Presbyterian Sunday morning and Miss Pokarek of as been visit and Ulfers of Chancellor were in the city Friday Former Iosidents here they came to attend the funeial of Casper who for many years lived near Aus removing to and Ulfers remained several days to visit with He that farm conditions in that section are very much the same as August Neuman has bought the at present occupied by William Sauter and He will remove it frciin its present location to lots in the south part of he having re cently bmiivhl two residence lots from George The house when relocated will be materially ii Miss IMizulicUi rokarek ot Uelie has been visiting with relatives ho city several in Played to Full negro minstrel a company of a half calling themselves the Way Down South played to a crowded house at Plaza theatre Monday They appear to have very fair the punished state ment in touayslWorldJour tbe FaWu rs company that was engird in Jfhe grain livestock businessat lias qui1 FILE ANNUAL REPORT Iowa Falls Is Out of Debt Cash On The annual report of the city man ager of Iowa Falls for the year end ing April 1st shows a bonded indebt edness of and total assessed valuations of including moneys and Every fund shows balance of cash on the total icing The appropriations for comingyear in all departments otal The city manager form f government is proving economical nd TREASiERlANKS THE PUBLIC MONEY VLL HAIIDIN COUNTY BANKS GET A LITTLE BENEFIT Splits Up Over u Half Million to Be Drawn as Treasurer following estab ahed is distributing public noney among the various banks of rljardin The board of super iors fixes the high dollar to be and to these banks have been assigned the various sums Fust National 00 Rath State Exchange Ack oyy Farmers State Iowa First Iowa Peoples Trust Iowa Falls Farmers State Iowa State Farmers Sav ing State Bank of Farmers Sav Steamboat First Hardin Citizens Hubbard Statu First First Security Farmers Garden Providence State Citizens Union Savings Whitten State Security are the maximum amounts that may be carried in each of these Why the Flags Strangers in the city Friday made frcuucnt inquiry Whats the rea son A few of the jokesmiths who out suggested It is a celebra tion in honor of the election of Gen eral Hindenburgto the presidency of Germany decidedly The Odd Follows of Hardin county were in convention here that and in the evening several hundred MK the request had been especially made to get out the flag and show visitors theyre So it was It might also have been taken for Grants some of folks at We are ad vertised by our no harm Farm Labor and In spite the small surplus of farm labor in comparison with the demand on April average wages were higher on April 1st a year Tho supply of labor was 100 per of normal while the demand was 90 per cent of Average wdgos by the board was about on April and by the day with board was Averages without board by the month were and by tha day Little Daughter A little nineyearold daughter of and living at the outhwest edge of town on the Mar in farm died last Wednesday and he funeral services were held at JUns Friday The pa1 lost another little child about a var Death in this instance ap pear to have been due to inflamma tion of the Weyrauch and Iowa hasvgone into Lia bilities total amount of se cured Their assets are scheduled at of which sum is represented by a farm in Ellis a mortgage ex ceeding its listed Miss Margaret Althoase spent Sun day and the lasl of the week at the home of her returning 10 Monday morning   

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