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   Ackley World (Newspaper) - June 30, 1893, Ackley, Iowa                                r JUNE THE ASKLEY PUBLISHED EVEUY One in II not paid In at tliu Iost Ofllcc asseircmdclass mall LncAh cents Cor five lines or Klvo per line for excess of live ACKLEY OPKS Week Iluys Sundays to CO ITXTY County Auditor Stout Clerk Court Croekett Treasurer Molr Sheriff Koylan of Schools Mary Tanner County Attorney Wiud Liveivfoud County Surveyor Hoard of CarpenUn Joseph K TO R U M M CITY OFFICE Mayor Recorder Ticasurer Assessor Kolicrts KiichelliotVcr Sloei Neunnni Cieorite Hart Tfte GltfnouB A 10 it of jmiw to s iintiHie hells I lotn noVtn utd outliand east and west On iliehioiMini Iln Ituftii of Jl us In tlie air Uiioiilli lit sunshines noMin The AottingKntimur of husy In the UijBrjtrlntr streets 1 lie iiaijt ic the clap of flit ti tiMililR toi pedos round AlNcd ifc tin I tare of ii maichlni Vnd ISH di urns noisy V sliott time lull islhuday Tlitn mill wheel mid tioW and dare and the roeUets STATKD MK KTIXG Evangelicill lorvlces every Suncliiy lit 11 school at orvl m every First muss at Second muss at Vespers at 7 Presbyterian Preaching every Siili liath nt it and nt Saliliatli school at Pastor FOLLOW THE CROWD the processions going the right Yon cant possibly make any mis take if yon comodircct to our stove for everything in the furniture An article isnt necessarily a bargain because its low in It JMJ be cheap in price and still cheaper in A real bargain is big A alms for your money and thats what we are offering this Our stock crowded with such The old saying is Seeing is believing and we will guarantee you bargains in furniture if you We Preaohmi every sabbath it m mul m S sLli i il at Pastor Johns Evansrellcnl every Sunday at Sunday wliool 2 Services school Fountain reuulur meetings in Ifall on Monday or before full T T No meets on 1 Saturday ovunins of each week at Odd Tir the fatrolnp ulcom of jto tat til lit this nocliiinue of scene Prjl ill mix slow die tolled to itit the full facts liu papers next Times Indian pi Int of the new work inh in The carl i and settlers both in Nortl intl South Vimiica found in it a de t1 tsily svppar to soil or climate ibundaneu twice that o Wrf t t with much less hibo preparation fo inuiTioims The whit the loot of the Ii leit then and fo it hag baa Ch the be in the city in readiness wi ca A Baldheadecl bakllieadccl patriot oughtto be orlh to the people of tbe tnited tales whom lie condescended to serve a In the congTesMomtl dobaUs last Vbruary irpon the administration of he pension bureau Tarsncy of a soldier animad ing upon the slight pretext vhith pensions maelo the latement that more ut any other infirmity or disabilft more deprivation wa by IKiiiims cnmmittcc suf ground for giving stipends to was in tautly wiiiie Tars icy Ixlioved it true from the informu The Cowboys All June The lust of cowboy racers came in arriving early in the morning and Middletori reaching the gates shortly after Cteorgo Jones and Uattlesniike the contestants in the cowboy claim aiid the four men rode night during the race and leir Jones claims In only men who rode statement is for a local on a tune Kxlln died In in from clfpcts of the udiueiit to point to a in i 1 I HIM VI 11 JiVHH I IVJ I I t was unable at the an an Stephcnwiu in the barn support of his allegation The bureau mder liauni emphatically denied the and he or some subordinate deliberately practiced deception upon the Chcapcjl ind mo tittou tup food 11 v 4 r v Aiid atler it has m for a casehas been II is Allen Peck of company First iUiode Island Light who is on the rolls a His and is grant ed so olllcial record of loss of hair result of typhoid fev It is continuing a It was granted in and carriul witli it of A patriot who loses his head in the service of his country passes beyond all temporal His memory is the patriot siio loses his hair and bccoims he The mothcf rjlant indige to ftii c nous itesular meetings 1st and ad Thursday night in each A E J odern Woodman of Hejular meeting 2d of each lit at Vllbenian K nights of Meet every Tuesday evenintx at Uastle and Daniel Ladles Aid society of the church meets Ladies Aid society of the EvaiiKcll ual Thursday ullus Ladies Aid society of the Presbyterian meets on Thursday f blcs o chief s ulj became popular coihmon to the and and the the pool in tiad a fever that may resulted but coin ruoie and Our Van Itoosevelt Examine them at Acklcv Ccn ic I cry society Tliuisdiiy Keiniinont Aid sociely of the Kviingellciil Luth eran meets YouiiK Ladies Sodalily of tlieCiiI liolieehurcli meets once a Maggie Addle lleutscher Physician and Olllie up stairs in t Ackermiiii enlrtince wes All calls day or promptly attended attention riven to diseases of women and general WE Notary Ifeaf Estate iincl Insurance Ulllce over harness ANOS ABSOLUTELY from while yet a is for vitli the utmost tenderness by a grateful It and prop er to die for qjics but to be come ones country Is i thingunbearable save as asalvo is ipplicd from the national treasury to the of the VVhy should not wevhuvc a league of baldheaded taxpayers asking the coun try to give stirJetifis regularly be cause their kit is mrtjjyifcplcasaiitas the those whoseIfejJcfs decked Hyperion i Yi S V is a conibiua to the ground and lay Uicre The animal charg ed and throwingliiiu Rearingon its feetit knocked him right through a post tttiSfall seeing the started assist carried a Jfo sooiiiji1 had he entered the lot than the enraged animal ran at lie drove furl in thiee when its lie tiieil ed in getting hold of the he rose to his arrivedby this time a was was cleft In cluvit brokenand one lung of in terrible agony until he o Justice ofllie peace and Collection Conveyancing nnd Lands ind Ollice In the ckley S Graduate Queens Physician and flee at lirst lioUse sou the Iresliyterian unex a watch which a stranger standing on the depot plat Put not your trust in a woman is a paraphrase to which the George would unhesitating ly He was one time playing form drew from his lie asked I in a western and observed in flic to be allowed to examine and ex claimed that it was his brothers The stranger told how he took the watch from the pocket of a Union soldier whose body hehelped to bury after one of the batUes of the civil war over twentysix years The La Grande man clearly identified watch as the one brother wore when he set out for the SCALKS Attorney at and Collection Of tice on second Moor over Kxchanuc llank Will practice in all the State and Federal Attorney at Law and Makes it specialty of mailers and Otticc over Ikiiix hardware Physician and Olllce over U logins All calls day or night will prompt Special atten tion given to diseases of women and general JOIIX Plasterer and Does all of Fancy Dealer In linns hiiiui and All work Itox Dont Tobacco your Life Auay it or Smoke the startling titleof a little book that tells all about Xotobae the harmless guaranteed tobacco habit The cost is trilling and the man who wants to quit and cant runs no physical or financial risk in using sold by all Book at drug stores or by mail The Sterling Kemcdy Indiana Mineral Abigail Smith is ninetyfour years old and lives at has i remarkable reads without spectacles and consid ers herself quite young and A few days ago she fell and broke a which caused her to remark sad ly I suppose now that 1 shall be a cripple for She is bear ing up under the infliction remarkably For the Fourth of July the Burling Cedar Rapids railway will sell excursion tickets between all pjinls on its at a very low Tickets on sale July lid and good return on or before July For further call on or address any agent of this front row an old lady dissolved in Highly he sent an attendant to say that he would like to see her after the When they gracious ness he perceived that my acting moved It did snidthe oldwom You Ive got a young son myself play actin down in Ken tucky sin it broke me all to think that mobbe he no better at it than One word describes We refer to iteWitts Vfitch cures obstinate Hazel skin diseases and is a well known cure for Sioux Colonel Murphy hopes for good re sults from his efforts of the past few We who arc familiar from child hood with roasting mush and corn johnny and all the various forms of toothsome dishes that can be made out of In dian wonder at the or rather with which peo ple abroad meet our recommendations of The poorer people stick by their heavy and unpalatable black while the wealthier classes look with disdain upon a grain they think only fit for horses and The American aborigines regarded as the best gift of the Great and their folk fore abounds in stories and legends concerning In walha Longfellow repeats one of the legends of this gift of the Great One of the groat results of the ex position will undoubtedly be to make this golden grain more familiar to the world and prove its value as one of the best of Chicago v our statement that in aiiy one who is Willing to be strictly eco nomical can go to ChicJigo and return and sec the wonders lor a total ex penditure of but Go to the Thats good Go Thats because it followed will insure comfortable trav a choice of quarters and Mail and The board of supervisors ef Webster county has made a wholesale raise in the assessments of farm The former total assessed valuation of farm land in the county was June day about oclock on a buck street Leroy Welsh knocked a real Hallsrose up and The shot took effect in the shoulder and then pasted through the lungs and is liable to prove Kalis immedi ately gave up The trouble was twr WOUH has a wife and the but was taken to mistress1 tippeary veryclonily thattho policy of the last administration was to put as many names as possible up on the pension and to scatter from the treasury of the United States as muchmoney as possible among claimants for This seems to have been the deliberate purpose of General and it must have been in pursuance of an understood policy of his It was evi dently part and parcel of a party pol which included at once he buy According to the the toj ot the soldier vote and the dissipation of the revenues of tin country so that a reform of the taritf would be dillleult if not It was in keeping with the whole spir it of the fiftyfirst which lal is raised to This makes the assessment all through the coun ty about on a level that of Fort which was recently raised per The increase will give both city and c Kiuty botfer cred City triplets He June i tin father of reides at Kclin Ditt a prominent physician Little vegetable health producers DeWitls Little Karly Risers cure cna larious disorders and regulate the stomach and which prevents headache and is under arrest for Late yesterday afternoon Matilda llar a widow twentyfour years of age employed as cook at liishop died from the elTeets of an Jielore her death she sign ed a statement to the elVeit that a criminal operation had been perform ed by on June Mie said that her seducer is iiistof llu1 dolph a formerly employed by George Kerholm is now in Eagle where the dead womans parents But Oh My Heggs1 Little Giant Tills beat the They act like magic with no bad One pill a dose 40 doses one Sold and guaranteed by the does not look reasonable six to twelve months be need ed to make 11 billiard but a first class i all cannot be made in less time owing to the tendency of carved ivory to If it shrank equally a ball could be cut and polished in a few but it does the shrinhige being greater in the direction of the width than of the length of the A bull must thus be roughly then kept for a number of until the shrinking process has been vhen the lino cutting and polishing muy he To celebrate Fourth properly you must rise at creep the win dow ami try to find out whether it looks like in to bed again and dream dreams of inllnite until I lie small hoy of the house fires a live miles lr m and two years lie was lonoivil with three Tin we IripoLs wrc striking in the Aslmry I niy ia rade last and are remarkable specimens oi The three new arrivals arc and give every indication of The kindly letter of IOJK Leo XIII fo Cardinal Gibbons is a clour exempli if tis tlie that tlr veiieialile pontilTs faculties were never brighter or his piirtxiscs more clearly dellncd than at Leos verbiage is but his policy is as and Saiolli has how to carry it to the that you in poverty and Get up and assume that nonchalance which becomes a man who has a holi day forced upon Take a bath and breakfast if can afford then count your shekels and bug them ten for ere the setting of the sun youll be as poor as a Texas Hi ft Unless you write or have printed upon yi iii envelopes the number of days yon wisli them the post master will by a hold it thirty days instead of As soon as the contract for printing runs out you can only have envelopes priut passed the McKiuley the Sher man silver purchase and the dis ability pension York Cyclones its funny the man with the ginger the grouur as u eat out of the giKts you are about Ive read L dont know just might have but I can leli you of tilings I have i litte out in Kansu a while the licr half even Place cut iii two just as if it had been done with a knife mayor of ed at your home olllt will slop as govern nstaudin ii the middo of the when old Cy this hi r feller lie the pair of side whiskers 1 ever In that is how he s the vole you as 1 was he was aslunilin in tiie mivldie of tiie street when the twister come along An what does it do but jist barely rcaeh Gould is and Stanford is Inn Wcstcin 1iiiui nnd printing ai druses out o where he was and pull one of them side whiskers clean offj while the other side of his face want That shows what a clean and mirror path one of them cyclones So never you mind what you have read about cyclones in the lyin No man knows nothing about them when he aiit seen Indianupoli s Hy the time a mans daughters get old enough to help him they make up their minds to help some other man strength of the If you can allord lu be annoyed by sick headache and dont use DeWitls Little Karly Risers for these little pills will cure   

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