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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - November 17, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME CUI CHARGES 10 PUBLIC Sioux County Physicians CoOperate with Iowa Five Day Notice Law Cuts Wed dings at the Little Brown Church in the Cooperating with the county board in reducing the cost of poor the doctors of the county have made another big slash in their The action was taken Monday when doc tors of the county met with the su pervisors at the court house to dis cuss the A sympathetic and helpful attitude was taken by all the doctors toward the county aid work and the confer ence resulted in a new scale of charges for medical and surgical lowest in the history of the In county the doctors agreed to charge only for major surgical only for ordinary ob only for the first three country for ton and a charge of per week for hospital and nurse May 10 a drastic cut was made by the doctors of the county in their fees for county the second heavy cut came within the past four Official Hardin BRITAIN ENDS TRADE PACT WITH RUSSIA Action Taken to Conform to Ottawa NOVEMBER announced treaty nr OVe the agreements on trade within o The announcement was tlle of com of a six U the sm chnrse treaty ro notice which mil been riven to At tho BARRELS OF MONEY More in Savings Banks Than in Boom Year Referring to the return of pros perity vicepresident of the Illinois Central in an ad dress reported in the November issue of the Illinois Central Magazine said Our savings bank deposits are at present higher than they were at the peak of the boom in The number of Americana now owning stock in our great corpora tions has increased almost 40 per cent since Last year more than of new life insurance was No fewer than automobiles are now owned by Amer ican and we have con veniences other countries and genera tions knew nothing CUPID IS HANDICAPPED Iowa Law Cuts Weddings at the Little Brown There were sixteen weddings at the Little Brown church in the month of 22 less than in the same month for Kent of ficiated at twelve of the Lusted of the Nashua church had and the rest were performed by out of town Sixteen of the parties were from nine from four from two from Illinois and one from There have been 172 weddings at the church so far this i REINBECK MAN SELLS BUSHELS OP CORN j some hn tnn Bovernniem assured the Russia anxious to tncrciiso Its tlmt It trade with Hi Secretary said tlmt discus sions BceUliiR to HiCrClsc UussolirHlsh trade notwithslanllns abrogation of the commercial taken nt the earliest possible date Russia already has asked for nego tiations looking toward n now treiity which would not Interfere with tho Interemplre Thomas Having undertaken mi obligation to Rive preferences within tho British the government must take nil Mkiw necessary to the end that no country shall frustrate this obligation by dumping sweated goods in Great snld the WHOLE HARM DAVIS SHOT Bl HOLDUP Davis Employed as Mail Messenger Between Depots at Rifle Ball Penetrated Lung He is in Serious Condition at Thugs Got 50 SCHOOL PATRONS DAY I Friday the 18th Open House to All j November 18 has been desj ignated as Hardin County School Pai trons On this day the schools Harry Davis was the victim of two highwaymen it develops are young men residents of Both are in the Fort Dodge jail they are brothers one has will be prepared for the occasion visitors will be given an opportunity to observe regular classroom Although visitors are always wel come to the schools a special invita tion is extended to all on this annual observance of Patrons Eggs are The market price of eggs has talc OUS INTERESTS ARE HEARD the other steadfastly denies they are c a decidedly upward turn the pres bninjy held under bond enfc The shooting and holdup occurred at about midnight last Wednesday while Davis was in the dis charge of his Appended are the facts as related by the Dodge Harry 1212 Eighteenth street driver of a post of fice mail who was held up and robbed of fifty cents by two youthful bandits early last is in a critical condition at Lutheran hospital with a bullet in his right Developmentsof the holdup are un usual for the reason that Davis was unaware that he had been shot is 23 cents a first tin sunn Lite ocui ctin y Karller tho secretary had rennrtnl an to the commons the breakdown of the home BritishIrish negotiations to end the economic dispute in which tho Irish State refused to pay the Irish land annuities and In retaliation for which Britain placed duties on Im ports from tho Free President Ramon de Valern of the Free the secretary had de clared tlmt tho only permanent solu tion of controversy between tho two governments would be a united Irish Free Fish for Alfalfa Bills Plan Oklahoma fish for each woman and child In land locked Oklahoma Is William Henry Murrays Idea of a way to feed the In apportioning an initial loan of obtained from the Reconstruc Ho was on his way to work about when he was accosted by two youths at the corner of Eleventh ave nue southwest and Eleventh an advance of 4 or 5 cents within the past Whether the price is 12c or 24c makes a big dif ference to the producing FOHJUMS Exhibitors Have Plenty of Incentive to Offer Their Thirtytwo Pages of Fair Information Just Issued Big Crops Insure Big premium list of the Four for the twenty third successive year is to be held in the week of December 5 to 9 his which contained only fifty there was a according to and he was thrown to the where he says he was struck and kicked in the During the scuffle he managed to get hold of the rifle and struck both boys in the face with he told The boys escaped and Davis called police from a nearby Patrol men Maricle and Mahoney answered the call and brought Davis into the police station where he told his He was badly bruispd on the face and head and feeling as good as he might have but had no other in he He talked with police for more than a half hour about the holdun and tlon Finance corporation Alfalfa Bill started for Police offered Sfild It was his design eventually to construct several large lakes deep enough never to dry up for the raising of fish with the right of every citizen to fish In these ponds or lakes with out to take him and drove him to his Rondout Robber Is Slain by Policeman Oklahoma wanted for murder in for bank robbery in Mississippi and Involved In the Uondout train robbery of ten years has had his final feud with the Bullets from Iolicenmn Jerry Campbells pistol end One of the Oldest of Ackleys Res Identified with the Com munitys Business and Social Life For Many resident of ivlentified with the business and ed the fugitives life after he had tired nfe Of tnc community since once at the who was taking in tho died at his him to the police station for question Ing as an automobile theft and the pamphlet of thirtytwo pages is being mailed out by the members of the fair commit tee having this work in The pamphlet contains all the information to direct possible and prob able exhibitors at the and be cause of the bounteous harvest and excellent quality of every variety of grain grown the fair should in this particular any previous Production has been simply im mense and the quality of all the very The spirit of the farmers who are connected with the fair has known no abatement because of other un favorable c i r such as market price the effort will be as has always been to make the coming fair just a little bit better than the preceding TRIMMED OFF SEVEN POSTS BRIEFLY TOLD Unknown Driver of FordEight Pass es On Without There are seven fewer guardposts along highway twenty at the turn in the road just beyond the Dutch Re formed four miles east of fewer since late Mon day The evidence is there tho guard posts were broken off in three order and the driv i home here shortly before the noon er of the Fordeight appears to hava He was well along in the taken the incident in u mere matter eighties his life had been one of acoffact way and passed Tuesday tivity in business as well as in commorning the broken posts were dis i munity affairs unfortunately several Neighbor and Community Notes years ago eyesight failed of General Interest and during the more recent past he Guy Jackson of a son of was blind however he was able to Sprole has shelled and de livered bushels of corn to the Frank Jackson of recently be around and For many Zaneta In spite of the fact elected county died following years he was engaged in the hard thai he has a new corn one of an operation He was in an automoware am he on he largest in the his ble acddent in March and sustained oldest and aggressive for storing the crop ore being Fifteen men were required to Sproles serious He was born in De ness men a Big Colored ie biggest man in so the November issue of the Illinois Central Magazine is Guy Chiv who handles the business of the railway express agency at the Illinois Central He is 6 feet 4 inch es weighs 373 pounds and smokes a Clgar tnee inches around and elev and onehalf inches long that Durns from eight to ten cember 1894 his remains were in At this time no arrangements have been made for the He is sur vived by his sons George and Carl and daughter Miss Further particulars in our next Paid Taxes During Month of was collected in taxes in Butler county treasurers office wing the month of Of this is payable to the districts of About 14 per of mam The Citizen states there ia change no m the typhoid situation at owa Falls all cases being reported as doing p0r a time there were tn more according vu Builders class of this terred at engaged in the drug business at Iowa in the Hagen announces that he will take the stock to There were The Methodist were four drug stores at Iowa two hostesses Tuesday afternoon at an at and Bremmer concluded Oriental held at the home of the countyseat afforded an opportuMiss Mary The program former resident of Iowa died at I1H covered and tracks made by the car on the earthen but no further evidence of the It is known that the car was a Ford and that the driver was from Grundy THROUGH SECTIONS OF WEST VIRGINIA CHANDLERS ACCOUNT OF TRAVELS Sights There are Wonderful to West Little Ag riculture Snakes and and Will Harms and Hflrry included a talk by from ft tfip took them articles collected by her and sister in various parts of the She was in her 73rd who has a sister The remains were taken to jn missionary work in also Iowa Falls for Ivens died showed articles received from that two years The family were well explaining their and known throughout Hardin A movement appears to be on foot to change the north and south high way known as 65 The design appears to be to di straight north out of Ames The Ladies Aid Society of the First to North a distance of The purpose was to visit and Albert formerly of Steamboat Friedrich being a sister of MrsHarms the family moved to North Carolina fivf years They relate many inter esting On making the trip we took thf central leading through Wes and Blus Ridge mountain of The scenery was very beautiful sometimes we were riding above the looking down to The money collcted provides schooljt rainmg and the sun shining speaking in general about the cus toms of the Knight and Ming Luella Hatch presented a play let of a missionary A panto mime Morning Light is Breaking d by Miss Margaret which time Miss Hatch Tea ami cookies were and Chinese girl livingin support for a little aoovei Presbyterian church will have a tea Friday beginning at in the church A ba zaar and food sale will also be con lie Court Judge Clock of is pre prflsent term of Judge GarfHd Franklin All through West yirginia are mining with many peopr living in small houses and small min ing towns along the th mountainside dotted here and with small patches of which seemed too steep to climb and beyond To page two Committees Will Intercede for Those Having With Those Who Hold the At a meeting Saturday night in representatives from four teen of the fifteen townships of the met to considor plans to help one another hold farms and homes loan agents and receivers of closed banks of the coun ty were invited to and each of these interests were represented by one or more Fred Mitchell who called this group of men together opened the meeting with n statement Fifteen years ago we were meeting in similar groups to help save our country and thus save our Tonight we are meeting to discuss ways and means of saving our homes and thus save our Charles Hearst cf the State Agricultural Credit council was called on to outline what the state council had and how it might be of assistance to counties of the He told of meetings called by him Governor Turner and others leading up to the appointment of the agricultural Its a long story and tookva lot of patient work to get the large loaning agencies of the state to work out a plan and agree To page two HOME FROM HONOLULU William Johnston Has Seen a Bit of Country Past Two son of and Wil liam Johnston of this has re turned home from a twoyears trip around the working at his trade as plumber and He left Ackley two years ago going south he reached New Orleans he had planned going to South but because of conditions altered his plan and turned In the course of his travels he has gathered up a deal of experience and has seen a considerable section of Durj ing the past year and more he has been in the city of over on j the Hawaiian He arrived re cently in San and the last of the week give his other members of the and the pleasure of greting TWO CENT FARES Makes Reduction on Cer tain The Minneapolis Louis rail road is advertising reduced passenger fares over its line out of Des Moines to Dodge and between but just how long the reduc tion will be effective and whether or not it will be over other divisions of the road is not ascertainable at this Expects to It is understood that the Illinois Central is contemplating making a 2cent rate over its line for a period of four Nothing has been given out in a public through advertising in but the report has gained and in quiry at railroad stations brings out the information that it is understood to be under Every Man Should A missionary campaign on behalf of railway patronage and employ has been undertaken by the Il linois Central Service Booster Club at Community meetings have recently bean held by its mem pt Orangeville and Buena the crowds ranging rom 500 to Band concerts and v a u d e ville er tertainments helpd draw crowds which listened to adr resses on railway and competitive Armistice It was just another day in Aek and except for the flags waving along the no different from other Tf it is to be observed as a effort should be in fu to have a patriotic program in which the public niay Simply taking the day of is Seyhold has been HI with flu during the past MOST EFFECTIVfi Experienced Merchant Credits News papers as Best Newspaper advertising is the most effective weapon for president of Fair department told News paper Advertising Executives association Dont overlook the fact that the better the newspaper covers its the better the service it has for Its the one big influ ence in the promotion of business nothing else compares with The Fair store is one of the worlds larg Figures Out a A saving of in water and electricity purchases by the Illinois Central System in the first six months of as compared with the same period of is announced by the General Waste Avoidance Com mittee of the system in the Novem ber issue of the Illinois Central The saving in water was That in electricity was DEMOlMSSTS ROLEIEplGRESS 73rd Congress Will Be Controlled by Democratic Party First Time Since 1918 CONGRESS rapidly is goinr wet and democratic by majorities to be definitely ascertained only when tabulations all over the nation have jeen The republican senate gold of New Watson of Smoot of among1 heavy The democrats have swept the na tional ticket for the first time since President Elect Rodsevelt assured of his partys control of botfc senate and house in the 73rd congress which meets next Senate control in the short laroe duck session this winter is If democrats can win unex pired term contests in New and Colorado they will have a ma jority of one this But today Karl was leading Walter for the unexpired term in Percy leading Senator for the unexpired term in New Jer With the assistance of Senator the democrats will be able to take over senate control this winter by winning either Colorado or New TWO IOWA FALLS BUSINESS CHANGES ARE EFFECTIVB Two business changes took place at Iowa Falls Frank Pettibone purchased the in terest of Sid in the CutRate grocery David of will take Ostrems place in the Glenn now a member of the firm of Gardner and Glenn Long have taken over the east side store known as the Star which has been closed since late and will open it for A woman at her death bequested a thousand dollam each to six clogs that she Rel atives contesting such a decree should have no difficulty in proving her of unsound Besides who would defend the dogs With all the misery that human being en only a lunatic would throw his money away on a pack of A New A baby boy arrived at the home of and Gilbert on Tues a week The newcomer is so conservative that his arrival was unheralded until the latter part ol the A new banker is in pros concerned The secr ond child for and Ackley Wins From Ackley high school football ers won over the Whitten the game that was played here att Friday It was an ing and closely contested game fronv beginning to It was the game of the season for the Miss Helen Siegel was hostesu evening WsAneflday the card The of   

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