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Ackley World (Newspaper) - December 1, 1893, Ackley, Iowa THE AQKLEY EVERY BY One In If not paid In at the Post Oltlcu tissctfoiuleluss mall rani cents tor five lines or Vive cents pelline lor excess of five ACKLEY TOST OVEN Week Duys to Sundays to COUNTY County Auditor Cleric ol Court Treasurer Sheriff Itocorder of Schools County Attorney County Surveyor Stout W Crockett Moir John Boyliin H EdgliiRton Mary Tinnier Ward T HENRY Leaders in Quality Leaders in Style and Leaders in Prices Hotuil of Carpenter Joseph CITY Mayor Roberts Recorder KnclielholTer Treasurer Stock Assessor Neuimin Marshal George Dart STATED D vansellcal Services every IV Sunday at 11 and Snlinuth school at nathollc Services every First mass at mass ut Vespers at 7 orlivn Trenching every Snb Uatli and at school ut 1astor Preaching every sabbutb at 11 i p m school lit 1iistor Evangelical Services every Sunday at 10 Sunday school at 2 Fountain regular meetings in Masonic llaU on Monday evening uu or before Cull W T No meets on i Saturday evening ot eacli week at Odd Fellows Mens All Wool Cassimere Suits in all and Mens allWorsted Suits in black and fancy and The best of goods and the latest Boys and Childrens A better line of Boys and Childrens Clothing was never before shown in the county or Come in and see our stock in this we are sure to please Give us a OuriStock of Underwear is CtjBiplete and the best that can Splendid valuejs for 50 75 and We hjindle the genuine fleece liiiecwfuiiderwear warranted to We have bargflins in this line for you Our Stock of Overcoats Mens Chinchilla and Beaver coats in Brown and at Mens fancy Kersey Overcoat in all English Melton Coats iu all shades at 18 and 20 Our stock of Heavy Ulsters are just the thing for solid at and 6 and up to 9 These over coats are all firstclass goods and are guaranteed to give the best of Come and look them OUR are the Black Coon Walla Etc ill Goods Marked in Plain and Strictly One Price to Modern Woodman ot K meetings 1st and a Thursday nifclit in each A B of each at Hluevnlun K Knights of lioso Orolx Jleet every Tuesday evening at UusUe Duulvl and L udles Aid society the church meets Wednesday semlmontlily Ladles Aid society of the German Evangeli cal meets Thursday Julius Liullos Aid society of the Presbyterian meets on Thursday Van Uoosevult La Ackloy Cemetery society meets Thursday al adles Aid society of the Evangelical Lutli church meets VOUIIB Ladles Sodality of the Catholic i once DliigKio Addie BUSINESS Physician and lleutscliei1 Otiice stairs iu tlie Ackermun entrance west All calls day or promptly intended Special uttcntioii slven to diseases ol1 women and general Nouiiv Ken Kstiito ind Insurance Oiliee over Esters liurness Justice of the peace itncl Collection A Rent Conveyancing done and Lunds bought and Oliice in the Nye Aclcley Graduate Queens Physician and Of fice at iirst house south of the Presbyterian 8CAUSS Attorney at Law and Collection Of fice on second floor over Hank Will practice in all the State mid yieldill Attorney at Law and Collection Makes a of Equity matters and OmVc over tluiuz Caisteus hard ware The Largest Stock of and Shoes in the four counties is to bt iouncl at at prices that cannot be dupli cated at nny other Our Styles are all wfdths and sixes in Womans Genuine Glazed Dongola Button wortli Clcth top i leather Mens Buff OUll LINE OF But Oh My Eeggs tittle Ghint Pills beat the They net like magic with no bad One pill a 40 doses one Sold and guaranteed by the The yrand jury in session at City bus returned nine in dictinents agaisnt druggists and resi dents of Humilton county 1or illegal ft of Twentyfive thousand persons in tiie United it has been esti own among them worth of is All goods are Call on us and we will save you Mail Orders will receive my Personal Corner Boot and Shoe i Religious enthusiasms and theocrat ic tendencies under Lite guise of moral issues should havo no place in Ameri can politics or Wo would like for anybody calmly and rationally to tell us and the vari ant merits between putting the yoke of a prohibitory law upon the necks of Iowa people and locullties that dont want itund Louis the Fourteenth nd the Duke of Alvi inittiiiy upon lie Huguenots of Franco and the Calvin ists of the Netherlands a law and a yoke they didnt We cannot see a particle of except pos sibly difference of tiurj aiul condi tions that give tha Fronch king and the dnlce a slight advantage in the merits of their It should be thut to power proohilming a reign of vir the principle of his administra tion moral enthusiasm inspiring moral Tilt enduring and of lOnglish govern mont is that it will not let moral and religious issues or enthusiasms proach in any way tho national making or the administration of the can read all sjiecciies ol all its the state papers of all its ciibincts and all laws and public acls and utterances of all its governments and parties generation after generation and a word of morals or religion can not be It yields to no aberra tions of moral or religious enthusi It makes no whether it be Christian or It asks no question about any law or act of gov ernment except whether it is good whether it is good business whether it is wheth er the people of Englandwant it and if the greatness and welfare of the English people will in the view of that people bo promoted by What the people f England want it docs what they do not want it does not it stops with that and it asks no ques tions of either morals or It knows wlwkstatesmanship and how to a little island the greatest of It is too groat to let one mate its laws or shape its When piiritanism came to America it brought with many great qualities some of the weak fervors and narrowness of as the type of the you gone Oliver Cromwells hard headed English rejeptlon of it Puritan as he himself Bareboneisni was a mere suppuration of the diseased body politic Jn Jtcan scarce ly be a condition of good health or government in Get you gone is tha right Cromwell inn word for American parties and politics and government to say to every form of The Universe is Moral said Emer it doesnt require the coercion of small individual wills and fanaticisms to keep it in its And those who profess their devotion to moral principles merely signify too often they have a strong but uucu desire to be disagreeably moddlertomo with other peoples rdiV City In his Balance Sheet of thu the celebrated RbiUsticiiin MnnhaH says that every day the sun rises upon thu people it sees an addition of to tho accumulation of wealth in tho which ia equal to onethird of the Page dully of mankind out1 The monthly bulletin issued ly the Iowa stata board of edited by Kennedy just reports tlio following cases of diseases coun ty Van liuren Lee county Adams and Mndisori Ma haska county Avoca Shelby town county Story county Uooue county Cres cent Ioltawattumic coun ty Harrison county Yell Boonc county Hcrdhmd Sciirlet City Washington Maishall coun seven cases Harrison coun ty Avoca UOCA Lyon coun ty Linn county Fremont county Highland OMrlen county county Es sidc of the United This is an average of about 4 cents a cay or 1Y vi i 1 i i on county Iiromont couu ty Coneel couniy Avocn OsccoJii a As are several well county Mitchell county known Americans wiiose weal this Clay twelve llireo ereasud a little more than that much lll1 Wivrullo every lljo number of thosj siinpiy keep evwi must be Davenport Kpcnliinj of some people never Know when thoy to be Old Judge noted lias been laid up for sornotimo with His legs are swjllrd to enormous He is very and his who is also a church rcbtik Tho Town Central Iliiiiwny has now on very low rates round trip winter excursion tick ti i Louisa and For rates and further iu formation all agents Iowa Central The chief toblc tlic who is always planning is that neith er he nor his plans will ed Baying You should bo vesUm grateful to the Almighty for his kind What kindness His kindness in giving yon only two legs to snfter you had as ninny legs as a Cliirth who was present at the interesting event informs us Thursday morning Nel wuo lives south of this place gave birth to two girls and a of which mid UKS moUuM are doing Tills a very unusual circum thu the doctor says that has c mic under his immediate obser vation ia a thirty years Journals are printed iu fiftynine Take Notice STATE OF llaidiu You art librtljy Mutt tlio o riidl estate sltuiitefl in tile town of Hi In state of lo Lot 2 In Itlock was sold for Iho tuxes of the lirsl in AuKiiHt that iiitilicate ot salo thereto lias linen iiKKlgmnl to and now owned by and that the right of riiiUnniitl in w I i xplrc iuul i tronxururs deed for said lot will be iiiudu unless redemp tioii from such Kiilo ho made within nlnuty liya from Uiu dale ul iMinplete sirviciof Vou will novcrn yonrselt uc Duluil thlNjiih day i Not one iiiiniito the taking of Ono Minute Cough Cure and Wliy shouldnt take One Minute Cough Cure Thoy They
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