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Ackley World (Newspaper) - November 17, 1893, Ackley, Iowa NOVEMBER THE A0KLBY IUIIMSIIKI EVRUY BY Ono iti 1C nrit puicl In l at tho Ofllco nHSiH mail Twentylive cents tor livo lines or klvu fouts ner line for excess of five ACKLRY tOST OIKN Week Pays to Suntliiyn to COUNTY County Auditor Clerk of Uourt Treasurer SlicHlY oC Schools utility Attorney County Surveyor Flout W Oockott Molr Uoyluu S KilBliifrlou Mary Tanner Ward UvpiiKOiid T IlnmplH County surveyor i i i Kniircl ill Carpenter Joseph Leaders in Quality Loaders in Style and Leaders in Prices CITY Msivor UftWtlPV Treasurer Assessor HolifMts KiuhilliottVr A Stock Neunian 1 MK15TJKG Evangelical every Sunday at 11 and Nihlmtli Huliool nt U eutluillu Services every sun IIrst mass skcoml mass tit Vespers at 7 Presbyterian Vreiulihiis every lintli at 11 and at Sabbath school Castor Mens All Wool Cassimere Suits in ill uul MOILS JillWorstoil Suits in black iml fancy 812 iind The bus of goods uul the latest Boys and Childrens A botttv line of mid Childrens Clothing wns never befoio shown in tlie county or Come in nid see our stock in this we are to please Give us a Our Stock of Underwear is Complete and the best that money can Splendid values for 75 and We handle the yenuino fleece lined imdwwear warranted to give We have you in this line for Our Stock of Overcoats Mens Chinchilla and Reaver routs in and at Mens fancy Kersey Overcoat in all English Melton Coats in all shades at 18 and 20 Our stoek of Heavy Ulsters just the solid at 1 ami up to 1 ovcr eotits are all firstclass goods and arc guaranteed to give the best of satis Come and look them are the Black Walla Etc Hit in and p in rreaclunu every sabbath iit in at All Goods Marked in Plain and Stricty rice to Even KvaiiHclical Services every Sunday at 10 at 2 Fountain regular nicotines in Masonic flail on Momlay or before full T No moots on 1 Saturday evening of each week at Odd Modern Woodman ot Regular meetings 1st and ad Thursday night m each A E J KcKUlar meoUns 3d Sunday of Biggins Old KnlRhts of Koso Croix Moot overy Tuesday oveiung at Castle Uiuilpl and Ladles Aid society tho church moots Wednesday somlmonthly T tulles Mdsocloty the German Evangell I I eul moots Thursday Julius Ladles Aid society of tlio Presbyterian meets on Ttiursday Van Koosovolt 1C ckloy Cemetory society meets Thursday P rjSU L Iadles Aid society of the Evangelical Luth eran church meots adles Sodality of the Catholic church I meets once u MiigKla Addlo BUSIKKSS Physician and neutschor Olllco up stairs In the AcUerman entrance west All calls day or nliflit iiroinptly attended Special attention glvun to diseases of women and funeral Notary lloul Kstate nncl Insurance Office over KKgers harness HKKBSTKLli Justice of tho pence ami Collection Agent Conveyancing done and Lands bought and Olllcu In the Nyu Aekiey Graduate Queens Physician ami Of fice at lirst house south of flic Presbyterian SCAJjKS Attorney Law and Collection Of llce m secontl floor over ICxchange Hank Will practice in nil the Stale and Federal Attorney at Law and Collection Millies a specially of Kuuily inaUers and Olllie ovtr Ifeinx Carslens hardware This is the translation of the Chinese recipe engraved on many teapots used in the celestial empire On a slow set till it with clear rain water boil it as Joug as would ho needed to turn lish white and lohatoi reil throw this upon the dclieuto leiives of choiCJ leu let it reimiiu as louj as the rises in a At your drink tho pure which will chase away tho five causes ot But Oh My Bongs Little I hint Pills bent tlio They ait like with no A bad One iill a dose Id doses one Sold and guaranteed by V C the Always Lead and Never The Largest Stock of Boots and Shoos in the four counties is to IKS found at at prices that cannot be dupli cated at any other Our Styles are all widths and sizes in Womans Genuine Glazed Dongola Button worth now Cloth top leather Mens Bull OUIt LINK OF is AH crouds are Call 011 us and we will save you Mail Orders will receive my Personal Corner Boot and Shoo An Old Murder Disclosed By The Finding cf Twa county has been throvra Into aUte of high excitsment by the finding of the skel etons of two bodies in a pond between this place and Central The pond is in the pasture or a farm known ia the Alexander McClelland und is lo cated about live miles of near the track of the Central The farm was Hot tied many years ajfo by Alsxander Mc Sometime after hin ilrst wife died he married a young woman and they lived together but a short it in She efforts of tho two sons of to en gender hard fetllnys between The couplo leaying McClal land and his four sons liviny on tha About or years as told by tho MoClolland took a car of livo stock to Chicago and returnud with a amount of On his return he loft the train tU a Htution about three miles north of his He was seen at that by several ac andwas supposed to have gone lioru to his Ho then disappeared from public arid with him a son aged li No sat isfactory reason could lie assigned for the dmppearanco of father and and after exciting the customary of wonder and surmise it set tled down to a conviction that he had for some unknown reason taken his KOII and quietly departed for u nuvf Jlis other sons continued to live on the farm until a few years when it passed from thiir The entire story has been recalled by the llnding early this week of a skeleton in a pond near the which was followed today by another Und similar to the A short time farm was purchased by Tatoof who decided to enlarge the which had not been devoid of walcr for twentylive Mler i had Ixon drained the workmen while digging out the mud unearthed a skeleton in a sinie of Cnder the skeleton were rciunaiKs of a piiirof Uu a fioekct it was a nHlroad siicli is in und an nld fashioued Jhe of the prrsented depression into which the link exactly The hoe had evidently been used to dig a hole in I he bottom of tho into which the body vras Eight stakes vrero tjhiTbcfrly in the ahapo of a saw which was an effectual manner prevent it from rising to tho To make the security greater heavy stonea woro laid upon the The stakes mads use of havo as pieces from an old1 harvesting machine that known to he on the place about tho timo of McClelliinda disnppear hair yefc aclherins fco the skull has been IdenMfled by the neigh bors hia This find waa made last The ooronpr immcdi utoly removed the body and appointed next Monday as the day on which the inquest would be The laborers returned to their work and today thsy unearthed skeleton of a boy about thirty faab from where tho llrst was His body had been dis posed of in dhe Hams manner aa the axcopt that of tha skull were crushed in a different most liknly by a fish an iron used to railroad which was found uoar the Tho remaining members of the threa reside in Gen nncl it in reported hero that they insist that the cannot he those of thoir father and jviul reluao to jo to the place to rentier any assistance iti clearing up mys A near neighbor of the family says that at tho time of tha old mans disappearance no elTort was made by the family to und they re ported that lie had simply left the Tha is ilrm in tho be lief that tho bodies found are those of Alexander McOlolhind and and they murdered years and buried in the Tiie manner in which the I indies were bur ied would indicate a wellplanned course on of t nuirtlerer or Public is aL a liili diKreo of i man almost wish lo lake a in exclaimed mayor uf while i a Hlous in I r alUr body of arir Mac linniiihroiiirh I lie streets of in I he same followed by more people aiul wiluessid a sincv i inaugural How miicii stranger ion v sorters of the of the season thufc the husks oh corn are much thicker than usual this year and of a deep orange instead of a light lemon huo which is one of the well establish ed signs of the approach of a severe Hut tills isnt from various rural sections where they look carefully into some of the details of nature show tlie reveals larger and whiter spots than usual and that the hours melt runs jlyifcd instead of Those who have observed the pirpa rationa of tho chipmunks and squirrels assert that they are laying in prodig ious stores of The partridges and woodcock arc barns instead of and ducks arc Ilylntj in LTshape instead of Vshaped Hocks toward the while gjoen frogs arc already changing their skins and seeking wells und springs for their winter All those are taken that wo shall have a severe and a Chcnaixo weath er prophet sayK that It will bti tlic coldest winter since when we be lieve everyt up and stayed Some of these may be unreli are whimsical and the chipmunks sometimes unaccount able in Ilioir here is no in disputing the ffoost and o we hope coal will be and underwear thick this Jltirlfonl TrtvuipH to roam over and tho faiMiers throughout tin o of raided by and horns ire uatag stolen in overy i jury oasps this yrnlry it liau no iiKivybetter for them to bo tried for a I said ho will bu oarciii not to 1iHit wont yoii reiilievl the tJuits the way with you shows jiirtl about how much you htivo Io1 1 I i neck trying to down to my of lieu on my I
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