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Ackley World (Newspaper) - February 2, 1894, Ackley, Iowa FEBlttJAHY THE AGKLEY IUHUSHEU EVKUV BY Uno in Itnotpaid In at the Post iissecondelass mail LocAij cents for live lues or Kivo cents per line for excess of live ACKLKY 1OST OfKN Week Hays to Sundays to COUNTY County Auditor Cleric of Court Treasurer Slierllf Ueoorder of Schools County Attorney County Surveyor Ktout W Lrockitt Molr Jolin tioyliui S Marsh Ward Oethoma T Olampltt Hoard of Uarpeiitur Joseph CITY Mayor liolierts Recorder Knelielliofler Treasurer A Assessor Nouiiuin Marshal George Dart STATED Tvangellcal Services every Ll at 11 a and Sabbath schoolVitHHS Services every First mass at rfoeond muss at 7 Qresliyterlan Trcachine every Suli bath 11 and Sabbath school fasten Preacliniii every subbiith At in S iti itt Clouid Pastor Johns Evangelical Services every Sunday at 10 Sunday school at 2 Fountain resuinr meetings in Masonic Hall on Monday evening on or before full No meets on 1 Saturday evening of each wuolf ut Fellows Modern Woodman of Jieirnlivr meetings and iicl Thursday nleht in each A E J liuHUlar 2il Sunday ot eutli Hibernian K Ladies Aid society of the clmrch meets Wednesday semimonthly Ladles Aid society of the German Evangeli cal meets Thursday Julius T allies Aid society of the Presbyterian JJ meots on TlmrsdHy Vrnu Koosevvlt Ceineteiy society meets Thursday T ucliuH Aid socioty of the U eran church meets young Ladles Sodality of the Catholicchurch meets once a MugKu I Aduio Physician and Peutschcr laOfticu up stairs in the Ackernmu entrance west All calls lay or might promptly attended Special uttcntion lven to diseases of woman and general N A i J otary Real Estate and Insurance N Oilice orer Jiggers harness Justice of tho peace and Collection Agent CoiiTCyanciiuf done and Lands houglit and OIHce in the Nyo Ackloy Graduate Queens Physician and Of fice at first house south of the Presbyterian SCAIjES Attorney at Law and Collection Of lieo on second floor over Manic Will practice in all the Slate and Federal Attorney at Luw and Culloctlon MiiUiw a specialty of Equity iniittiirs imci UIHcu over lluini Uarsluim burdwaru A French paper records a polite passage between a youngish lady and n gentleman of 70 She began by asking how he and complimenting him upon his per ennial ho with a I am young enough to consid er you and old enough to be permitted to tell you so to your Its all the a slight con gested lungs or severe One Minute Cough Cure banishes B H I H in the recently remodel ed Weber building I will open to the public a complete stock of goods consisting of and Fresh Having bought directly from manufactur ers at cash all my old customers and as many new ones are cordially invit ed to investigate and examine raj well se lected Ladies are Especially First door west of Beckers bought the Francis stock of Shoes and Rubber Goods I am now prepared to give my patrons bargains in the shoe line never before heard of in the and a call at my store will con vince you that I can give you bargains in the shoe es pecially in winter American Business This business lilu of American gen tlemonisone of the hardest problems for an Englishman to understand cor says the Nineteenth in Kngland except has nfjt been thought highly of for the the army and the the have been the outlets for English younger In America it is quite Among the many reasons for this I but he ono important thntthe pursuits above mention ed afford but few openings compara tively The church t profes sion the son of the wealthy mer and the army and navy are so number that they do not affoltf Meld for more than a The of open is crowd ed in America as in Poli some inscrutable does notseem to attract many of thoMgher grades of Conse he young American necks and in every American especially in the onojnds at the head of cultivation and progess men whose rise Im been successful commercial enter It is well for the individual that should be so and if is well for the that the man of business who has gatnetllus success on legitimate shoufaboits In a new and partly unsettled country like so unfortunately situated as to need practically tio forign and to fear no foreign the creator distributor of wealth is a far more valuable man than the politican or tho Eoldiei of the American ia another feature especially strikiiur to an whole temper of the people is one of No enters life in any line belief thatfe is going to and going to make a gat tea ot rurd do it very Tim bo trio of mciii but it is especially so in the And men arc jusli fied in their youthful any man of rea sonable brains and industry is sure to Openings arc and the sharpwitted American quick to take advantage of It is a curious but one that I have oftenheard employers of unskilled laborcomment that none of their workmen were American born somcof the As an i am glad to add that rarely are Englishmen either found as unskilled laborers in Ameri can observers have noticed that a fish after securing its will otlcn arise very high in drop the quickly swoop down upon and and then lly home The of as explain ed by an old skipper in the lower bay of New is to get the fish head as a hawk will never lly with the tail of Ha prey if it has caught it that giving it u twirl it drops it and it again with the head pointing in the light when in need of ariyflmig In my we are sure to please JOE Its just as easy 10 try Une Minute Cough Cure us any thing Its easier to cure a severe cold or cougli with Let your next purchase a cough be One Minute Cough Jielteimedicine better try Nix 1 have constantly observe 1 at sca that steadily burning fair and the nion they twinkled the worse the weather was likely to The forecast given by tliis vuri ition in scintillating was al most invariably coirect in Uie high though it failed soiuetimes in the tr ugliu ouses are sipplic I with oil to pump on the waves during a Ivrery educated whether lie has wasted his opportunities or looks his own early ago of schooling with and every oilier with There never were such jis those when we went to whether we ire or Seen through the dim ming of imnerfections vanish and only agreeable visions re The teachers we and who we were perfectly convinced did not teach us a and there was no use studying under have become enghunoured and we view them with respjct and compas if not with real Modern instructors chum that the old system of begining education were wrong that the child was forced to parrotliko what it did not and could not The new they are helpers to the childs higher as wed as to his intellectual needs and deal which the oldfashioned teachers CM 11 mere rubbbisli and Is the art of teaching making pro or otherwise Arc our young children better taught than our selves They know more about bees and it is true they can make in and out weavings of green and red shiny paper they can prick perforations and make brown paper baskets but ire they better equipped for the bat tles of and house ioeping and parenthood and the rest of it Echo it miy I doubt I1 or the proo of the is in thi eating and a knowledgeof thy such aa our fathers would have been ashamed to be quickness it oUier and oldlime jint as nec23jary as thsy were and growing rarer all the even if acertain amount of dashing snper aud vehement speech arcs growing Tf I t t 1 1 I 1 They go to school because they not because they like is to because they like it origin They may learn to do so fom the which made them go They can be made to look upon the multipli cation a striping ston to a large nor tli2 conitltuiiicy appaal to them as desirable if they Nor does a complete mastery o spdling strike them as a path by which to win rhetorical or epistolary which would be worthless in their Got to g3f speaking of their they say so many pages jeforc such a Their eyes do not kindle with anticipation nor do theirbreasts heave with p o emotion at the prospect of a few problems in quadratics nor a page of Latin Probably more infan tile and expletives have employed in designating their tasks it school tlun in any other depart ment of their tender budding Mtiry Abbott in Chicago and money cannot im irove Sawyers Kamily ho use it is a perfect cure for liver kidney ditliculty and AViiiiiim ni cnmmi 1 ed suicide Tuesiiiiy morning by b iiiiiing lionself in the He has bcii despondent Icr a long time ovfr d lines bis wife having s led for and and this is the only known for hU is the only country in tie world in which no native pipLs ha Q been for 1 Ol O t 11 cxt Choice of Callings Coiliii rcccivfd iii nine min utes by st riking iiirlmjn i dtixiii blows Iaiti receives for sinning I H wee wbicli contains notes and consunies lii I ecu miniitfs in I Obviously is art isis to and more or less expensive there is no eiLher to be stiirls out with the irbet I is premier in his profession Intt i iHpiMiiler in sludger more Mian Iour tlines the wiges or UK As for is Intti These are considerations of interest to youtnr people to clioose a The moral is As be tween iMigiind a meif you Until you cant Even makes four times as mucltnsuny else on in a youiiff handed lierself in was impelled to the by a spirit She lived alone with an old and hud for time been out of She her insured for in Ktiighis and Ladies of despairing of obtaining killed lierself that her mother might in m She round from n trm early Sunday her feet bound A note to her mother said she bad deter mined to and w nnd IM r not to bilk In While tlie inquest t lie curoiiei discovered the motive for tbi The girl had told a friend she believe J she would kill herself in order flint her mother miyht yet I be liie insurance bifc not would cirryout w i avenue Meth o list clnircli has called t u his people for iisiiow of hands on the proposition that airs good enough for the home good enough for the He tint sun jiiurcii List tluit was Tie si35 tlmt tbe churchs right to popular is as good is tlic streets and he will stand on LUH head in tlie yulpit if lie cnn to hear the I want tiVfrc sin angel aiul said tlia reverend frnm tli t issiily niul Wlio to be angil ell UK earth tu man wlio stays hero and d rjj duty L a W0r on Ojil train r ibber named jalton was cap tured by one of the Northwestern ex ineKsengcis Dalton liacl Iiimsclf expressed in in do of a but this gam was by his removing one of the an imals glass through the socket of which bo stuck a six cover ingthe The how got out of range uiid leaped upon back of stulfed Tbe ciivcfl in and lie dropped upon tbe robber inside and sat on him until the next station was when lie was turned over to the Tim safe ained Evident ly Dalton bad who were to act at lis Tliey have not DBS the y mug Knoxville died yester lie made several thousand dol lars by offeiin to tell sets of forty eight pieces of china for one dollar arid filling the orders with toy sets worth nly i few lie vva twice indicte 1 by tbe federal grand jury for using tlie mails for fraudulent pur He died of spinal The Cedar Rapids Northern Uailway will sell excursion tickets to New Orleans on account of the Murdi Iras at very low rates the round Tickets on Mile 2iJ to in good to return until For time of and other call on or address any Morton Discuses peculiar u women arc pos itively ami thoroughly cured by Sawyers Ask your druggist for a free sample pf Tbe still highly protected iron bar ons of Pennsylvania have cut tho wages of their laborers to per is hard to see how they deserve the charity from the nation which they retusa to give to their own Kinsus City Old papers losale ai lui 2j cents per
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