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Ackley World Newspaper Archive: February 23, 1894 - Page 1

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   Ackley World (Newspaper) - February 23, 1894, Ackley, Iowa                                FEBRUARY THE A0KLBY PUBLISHED EVERY BY Ono in ni If psilcl in in tlio Post OlHe issccoiulilass mull cents CUP five iiiosol1 Vivo cunts pel1 line foruxcoss of live ACKLKY POST Week nnys Sundays to CO fjMSTTT County Auditor Olirk of Court Triiistiror ShurllV Schools County oroiuT Surveyor lloiuil of tunevvfsois WjileU Joseph Clout W Molr John Unylun S Kditltnttoii Mitvsli Wuril tAitltit T thuupill CITY Jliiyor Ktionkr Triiisurur Assessor Koherfs A tilooU Hurt ST ATK l Evangelical Services every nl 11 ami school at Iiist rinviccs every muss iM Heemid muss at Vespers H lYcaehinLC every Stli lintli at 11 mid ut school 1astor frLiuiliiiiir livefy iVL I m H i it Liouid 1astor Services every Sunday 10 Sunday school Save Your Eyes 0 QJ K G Ul Have just reccivcu x full line of Optical Goods and can fit all kinds o2 All with defective eyes should call and consult with Also children in school who complain of headaches should be brought to its for as cases are the result of weak Examination BOUCHER Courting at ltl Amos i Uiips the vlllaci tas couHod Suefliinii Chik fur twenty yours or mniv WliLMioci he Ihry Iluit nlicmt Die wciitlur iml the rrnps And then slu uid lie ind UILMUM 11 lit lust hp is her uriiuthors s1 rikis ciirht whod a he suys lit it hud fiimvn FARMERS The Hardvi county Farmers Insti called to order in the Courtroom at on Presi dent Wallace in the The boys of the Industrial School country tis of and Sanders offered An other song and the Secre read a paper on at i Fountain roguliu1 iiiMhsunie or before full AV Dunlul T No meets on i cvuiiiiiir ofoiKJli wee If lit Odd Kcllows riinrsuiiy night In J 8 Hcgnluv mcutlns Btiiiciiiy of nt at llihernhui 17 nljiliisof ose troix iV Moot every Tuesday oyiMiliu tt suicl Dun lei T aclien Aid of tho churcii iJ meets AVednesdiiy semimonthly Aid society of tlio litriium Evaiigoll Liu nuotri Thuisduy T nUlus Aid siKioly oE the U meets un Viui Hoosevilt Ackley Cemetery scclely meets Thursday T tds Aid soelrly of the Lutli JJ cluuch meets i meets once i 11 IvSW uiit ILiithchei1 i lauilire in thi entuiiuc All nay or inulit iiueiicUd to lilliMition lo u Viiiuou lionl Ksttito anil Insuriinia IN Ollki1 over low T ustiii1 nli iiml loiitoii mid UllUe ill tin1 ITogfs for This was followed by a discussion participated in by Me Jofin Crossau and At the condition of Uiutlisciissiwn another song when adjourn ment Avas had for The afternoon exercises were open ed by a song by the Industrial Hcliool Moonlight Will Conui followed by A Little Farm Well Tilled1 iu response to a hearty President in the absence of opened lho subject of hog was feeding new in ducing a feverish condition in the ami that it ivas in a measure contagious1 lie favored ataiuping pubmeasures through of of a rosohvtioii favoring the ex of all herds found to have by the the Restores gray hair to its natural color Van guarantees accomplish the desired end but by thorough tillage rotation of crops and return to the land of all the fer tilizers that we can possibly 1 will pass the question of tillage and speak more particularly of rota T would lay down no iron clad If il is a as some emin ent writers that lotalion adds nothing really to the fertility of the yon reasonably ask wherein then is rotation beneficial My first answer would be it gives to The experience of every farmer has been that a continual crop ping of one kind of grain exhaust the soil of that particular element that ia most needed for its proper de Take corn as an example unless Hit soii is rich in plant food it is not profitable to grov but one crop I have done fuirly well with the second but the third as a rule is a If the soil does not rebel how often does it call to its aid soina hicct such as the cinch bug or tho common grub or the corn root IVith these thoughts we a little nearer to the of proper I have learned by experience to keep up the fertility of the soil we mus resort lo some other an than cultivation and 1 have found nothing so or a Clover truly is among all plants as director of Die Ohio AgrieiiHnral Ex perimental writes that ex porinionts iu raising wiieal been carried on by tlie aid of certain fer Nitrogen alone has given the best results compared to He to grow wheat by adding A running discussion then follow MeFarlanil sows clover ten days before small either corn on ground or Harley ia The best crop to jro with iUcChesney sows clover after small yrain is well dratted to tlu Wallace sows clover with n broadcast with good re Supervisor Carpenter gets the best results by sowing with small grain and stirring with Walton sowed one bushel on i0 acres last year and got a good McChosney favored plowing under the first crop of clover without cut ting it either for hay or The general of opinion leaned to plenty of solving a week or more before small or deep planting with luvley or The hoys dang a i Institute a Kay has in 1 lie insane lireleased in ordctr she may Her case is lor of Tiieo dnn iittorueys chemieals to the soil ia financial contrive some way to catch and use the nitrogen of the Tin great nitrogen trap of the universe is anil the fanners depends tipou tlio judicious use of tliis crop of in lie Gcintlc man of has this to say oftac wheat crop of Minnesota Tbo very of the lust summer re uuced the wheat crop of the state to thereof to be reimbursed by j CSj ly ty the aero Our Eii nitRy il iiilleii r in iinor uviilv Will in 1 1 Diiit V at LSI nntl t tilltMi u jptviiilty if fvu ly CANUX YETERLNARY Calls promptly attended and sat isfaction jrnaranl His suc cess is siillicient juaianleeo hi Leave irders at lianiuins blaeksiuitli Fond parent the angel of death passed over the houses and smote the tirst born of each Egyptian Bobby after a moments silence what did the augel do when it was Huriern Bonier in i and every usualh J n In discussing ihe question he asserted that no one yet knew ex actly the causa of the He favored the state assuming tho cost of its extermination on ttiat tho government had remunerated tho owners of cattle aileeted with Plenro of favored the use of a scion as a of was opposed to the Hfalc paying for dead President of the State recited in was tried and iKmued She then and also sentenced to for execution site was adjudged insane and to Uie sUite This took place in She now hiui been ilecbrcd well suui is be back to jail to have executed unless the governor coiumuUs her nee Cora was I also v v vi O v K i 1 tho best to be found the stances where various proved eiiicacions in nji sueh as Ijurut the llesli of cholera dead hojffi Ynn Voorhius tolil a story HOW tiat carried cholera to a iK borti and ul take il her oC experience in a co that cholera is and that freezing will kill faruiws liad their hog lots after aid no return of A of liy th on was and opeilid tin of of with tlie ing paper anihree chief isiied in i to to I lie Thes are truly dilSicull olijcels Iu jhe is iin tne is scarce less so and Ihe Ihini matt IK or the others will certainly discussion oi llie Ijilter is the purpose of this How is the j needed to sustain farm to be obtaiiUMl fere rests one of the ocst who practice rotation of crops whh tho timothy fiveraged 20 liushcls per an increase of 8 If the few can do so can tlie Jiy practice has been for several years to grow 2 to 1J crops of corn on clover awing lo I how much had been put on the as I liad it poor policy lo try lo oats on such ground until the corn has talccn lip a large JL tlie extra I think lot ri tuo in if f had my way L wouid not I ioavo grouMd iu clover j here 1 had csieciadv lo en I break plant to j vllLh I1Iltli it over any record i reached 1 married Cheyenne njcncy force years ago to a Siintee Sioux named living in a small town in southern it ap disappeared some and it was iirscovcrccl lie had willi i buxom after waitiiii for his return for reservation with her halfbreed vowing then then Shop in the Beach building West End of the is the uiosl important points in and it is for u want of proper inent that so many farms rundown and in time are On our comparatively level rich soils this is not so diilicult as it is where the surface is broken and the soil I cuu conceive of no way to HS this thca another f si com Uieu another of oats and Ttsiti makvs live 1 have of tlie this ticld for hay and ihtn lake your iield that has Uccn in A Bead Open and Shut And no s Cherr break the so i in the fal and rotate Cough Syrup will cure where all otb Sold ami bv the same KB tlie other   

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