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   Ackley World (Newspaper) - July 28, 1893, Ackley, Iowa                                JULY THE A0KLBY rUHLISHKD KVKUY In f in 2TEntcred lit the Post Mile Iciits for live lines or Five cent per line for excess of five 1OST Week Pays Sundays to COUNTY County Auditor Clerk of Treasurer SheritV Hecnrder of Selmols County County Surveyor W Crockett Unyliiii S A Tnmier Ward Livelihood Cliniiiii K TO U M M Hoard of Carpenter CITY Mayor Recorder Treasurer Assessor Kolierts A Stock Neuman Hurt STATMD MU Evangelical Services every Sunday 11 and Snliluilli school lit itliollo Services every First muss at Second muss Vespers at 7 Prusliylerliiii Ireaclilns every liiitli at mid at Hahliiilli school lit Iuslm MK Iruiiclims every sabbath It ain ami p m sclio il at Pastor Something Nice in Willow is an exceedingly comfortable article to have about you at this time of Uio Hummer is tin willow ami not weeping either the weeping comes in when you dont There isnt the reason in the world why you have everything for sum mer comfort in the way of willow ware when we are making snuh tempt ing otlers on our new Home things are necessaries other things are but willow furniture nowadays is both a necessity and a It is necessary that you should have it to be and comfort is u necessity of We have She Was irive me 1 MM A little ID iliinK i lie smiled kised her And like ii tender lint himused thai Who shrill Us from ifrid to lest II really seemed quite in He little klMMvliiMv near hed jrtiessed How shall f break lies my ood urailoiis And Hurry has my she groaned Hell kceji too hes so Was evov jllrl in such a lixV I rid of Will and And thats And poor dear cousin thats As t bus she grieved in accents He while joy his features brightened she is lint A nil t hat is why she seemed so f rich If The should is nevertheless Johns every at 10 Bunday school at 2 Service selioo Fountuli icsrulai1 meetinsH In Masonic Hull on Monday evening on or liefoio full 1 T W in the city in readiness when called T O 0 r Ackley Lodge No ISO meets an isatuiday tiling of each weolc Odd I J rUowUIul1 I Modem Woodman of Amerlp i I I I I I I I I meetings 1st uud Jd Phursd iy ulfiht In I I J 4 each month E B I AO II Jitvnliu niLcthiR 2fl und ly of c uh Wjj in it lllhtiniiin Hall M O Kecnui Ins T A OlUun KniKlitsof KoseCroIx every Txiesday evening at Castle Daniel and T adles Aid society of lliu chureh I J meets Wednesday scinlmonlhlyS Ladies Aid society of t he jiernian Kvanjzeli eai meets Tl jji 0V Thursday Julius Ladies Aid society of the Presbyterian meets on Thursday Itoosevelt Ackley Cemetery society meets Thursday Ladies Aid society of Evangelical Luth eran church meets VOUIIK Ladles Sodality of the Catholic church i miels once a Addie Work a 15USIXKSS Physician and Deulscher OHice slalis in the Ackernnui entrance west All calls day or nlfrht promptly attended Special attention jjlvun to diseases ol and general Notary Heal am Insurance Ollicc over harness Justice ofthe peace and Collection Aiient Conveyancing done and Lands and Ollice in the Nye ckley W Graduate Queens Physician and Of Iiciat south ol the Presbyterian HCALKS Attorney at Law and Collection f fice on second Hour over Will practice in all the State l ANOSI ABSOLUTELY The History of the On June years the continental congress adopted the stars niul stripes us the lliig of tlic United The conventional pre judice against the number could not liave prevailed extensively at that for the ensign of the patriot colonists consisted of K stars nudlH symbolical of the original The original of those members of congress who interested themselves in the Hag question appears to have been to make the number of stars and stripes correspond with the number of and subsequently upon the admission of Kentucky and both stars and stripes were increased to Two objections to ii further exten sion of this idea now For purposes of symmetry it was desirable that the extreme upper and lower stripes a white stripe the border being indistinct and To retain this the num ber of al be an odd and no new state be represented upon the nation until another newly admit S ted stateshould be there to keep it Thus admitted in would have been unrepre sented for eight years in Minnesota was cumbrous and unsatisfdctory condition of things for new states proud of their advent into the Federal To obviate this diflieulty and to lie shut tingate find started oil in a but he hadnt guma hun dred feel before he stopped and scratched his Then he went on a few feet and stopped and scratch ed again and seemed lie advanced ten feet farther raid then turned square around anil held a nor I of counsel with The result was that he turned at a brisk opened the gate with t and walking straight up to the dog he lifted the stulled in his mns and dumped it into a bed of catnip thirty feet lie then walked to the back in which the man and his wife were standing in a paralyzed condition and said tramp and dont deny but though Im raggrd and dirty and hard up Ive When a ltit the past defects uiiireek cdn tlie fact thai able lo leacli As soon as tingirls enter what are called the trcek that UK ancient instruction i graduates of the These professors so from room to room oiv tng Use discipline lining maintained by a lady in charge of each room who is called though she does not but acts rather as a chaperon or right nnd acoordin to when fellow plays me lowdown with a stulled canine he injures my feelins and hurts my self respect and T dont want uo truck with him The man almost entreated him o come in and sit down to a square and ollored to him out with a suit of clothes on top of but the tramp wiped a tear from his left eye and made off with the reply Cant do do it no Weve got to preserve our selfrespect in this line o1 bixness or it cant last It it had bin alive dog I wouldnt hey nothin but to go and ring in a cadaver on mo and jump me off my dignity IH plavin Bill Wheeler altogether too line You keep your old clothes and cold vittles fur some galoot who haint got no feelins and cant be troit Free them FOR O master of Trinity was an exceed ingly cold and austere never taking much notice of the under graduates under his On one oc casion a Trinity man happened to be out walking and was caught in a lie ran across a field and took shelter beneath a large When he arrived there he found to his horror that Thompson was beneath seeking protection from the For A few nights ago a newly married couple was on a fast train bound They occupied a berth in a sleeper and attracted the attention of some and distracted Final ly the lady said 1 am going to get a drink of When I come back stick your foot out of the so wont make a When she turned to come back every foot in the car was ISurlingtuii Jour If it were possible to bore a hole entirely through tliccrirtli and to start u ball of iron weighing 100 pounds to falling through the ut what point would it stop To begin in the sense in which it is referred to in the is simply the measure of the attractive force of in other the 2iieasnre of force with which u body is preserve the beauty of the Hag attracted by the This attnic promise was The stars were tive decreases both ways from the earths Thus we find On h and ilsl and 71 Law and Collection A echiliy of over llein hardware Allorney Law and Collection Makes a spec hilly of mailers and Ollice over Carslens sometime both stood watching the till at last the nndergnidii growing ventured to railway will sell excursion ticket remark that ho thought it was cleari to Chicago at very low lor tlu ing up a said the doctor j excursion of tickets arcKood frowning nuon the wretch ed all communications to the master of Trinity must be made through the i returning or For the excursion Inly lirkels are good retuniiiig or For the excursion of AI returning Au tickets are 1 II h o For Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoko your Life Away is the startling title of a little book that tells all about Notobae 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 Hook at drug stores or by mail The Sterling Remedy Indiana Mineral But Oh My Little Giant Tills beat the They act like magic with no further information call on or All the talk in the world will nof my of this company convince yon so quickly as one trial at Witch Hazel Halve for skin affections and Miss 1 you were ghtd of any sort of a job when you first went west Slraightllush Miss the first SI00 I made out theic I got by picking up DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures bad One pill u close 40 doses one Sold and guaranteed by Balve cures the J Hazel Salve cures DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures DeWitts Witch Hazel DeWitts Witch 1 kiss your hand said Von may said Why not ho 1 llecause ah hands are not made to bo Then he looked higher and kissed her in the right Fair arrival Mav I have a crown of the latest style Teter Fashions never change Fair arrival Dear me I have made a mistake and come to the wrong I thought this was York to correspond with the number of ex isting the stripes with the number of original The latter reduced to The former have since been increased to their present Such is the his tory of the York A Tramp Who He has a Newfoundland dog as a yearling and for three years not a tramp succeeded in getting to the He lived jusl outside of and but for the dog would have struck three or four times a It was fun to see a tramp come take a square look at the and then reach over to unbolt the The click of the bolt was the signal for old who had his under the to rush and at sight of him the caller would make n skate down ihe highway as if fired from a One night a thunderbolt struck the corner of the house and the dog1 was killed in his When the sad dis covery was made the owner deter mined to stuff the body and see if it wouldnt prove a scarecrow to lie got a taxidermist and at the cud of a week old was up un der a cherry tree at the corner of the lie was in the shadow and j faced the His false eyes glar ed and his teeth were all on exhibi and to one standing at the gale flure is no even to the aver age masculine allhpiinii I lie pos sessor of t he mind may not publish the fact on tliut I he inter esting product of tliis i century There are though prin ccipsWy of the emancipated who are already suconlldenl is I lie rapid future and vlorions evolution of womankind I ha I hey arc ready to venture t lie prediction to people whom they thin they can Hint si ion er or lalcr I here will be no more Whether ibis desirable result is to lie brought about by Hie gradual extinction of snulling out of the hitherto sex by a process of killing or by the discovery of a system of generation whereby women only will IK is not foretold by these seers of the future while one might not be warranted in dismissing the theory as its fulfilment may fairly be regarded as a remote and consigned to the consideration of real There is no that woman has been kept clown for gener lias only just begun to bob to a colloquial met Tlie eyes of civilixation arc upon and there is legitimate curi osity from Christiana to Yokohama to discover what she is going to To and taking intoH account one consideration with an including it saenis as though womvn would luive niticli plainer sailing in her progress toward reconstruction If that isso exceedingly goorlIoiking in spots and Let her dis tinction as an ornamental factor be totally negatived ami and there is no telling bow rapidly she illicit Ma that a mass of iron or other material will lose two pounds of weight be tween tidewater and the top of a mountain four miles high tho mass will weigh two pounds less four miles beneath the surface than did at sea Therefore if a ball of any given wcignt should start on the tour outlined in the query its weight would to a certain extent with every yard of its flight or until upon reaching the center of it would have no the phenomenon of at trad ion at that point acting equally in every direc This being tlic case tu I us f The seven days were with almost uninterrupted sunshine hut tin nijLiiits were relai reduc ing the daily average temperature to about two leoiees below Tlic amount of rainfall was very the larffei1 part of the State re ceiving none since the The weather 1ms been all that could be desired for bay and a lias been secured in excellent the w I practically crop is In fail LU t o Oats harvest is in progress in the northern and central and in he southern districts it is about fin iicpiris of exliijsjvc damage by rust are received from t lie southern and central district s from scatter ed locali ics in t he lirn suspension thing neither having nor impart ing though fixed by in numerablo magnetic is making a slaw row h in l pan s of I lie is vcry I would he maid of Allrns now lives not by and in the beaulHul heights of poetic ul1 o show 1 lie but on the com of mon earth of science and solid And we shall look at her now at the same at her perhaps cerj tainly more a milj Trvns Itially moving in life cii the so ciety of this oilier the Ath CJIH of the nineteenth of Modern battle ship i in tin collision availed 01 I he of t he Irish force par party Ins in sill and on all ships who vonr till He had been in posilioii about an hour whoa a pilgrim was seen coming over the hill ami sizing up Everybody made a and live minutes later the tramp reached over shot the As he swung the gate back he saw the ami after one brief glance he muttered Durn your Bill condition of her latlierlanl now af still often with straight brows and eyes as black as gown of she has added to these charms ibo graces of an intellectual which though not as yet all that it Is your hair failing or niyv ami say a positive guarant A lady AVUS a iod 11 feast pi si of jjrrcat aiitiqnii and with in a circle of oft be briglilcst j lustre is a lock of   

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