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Ackley World (Newspaper) - March 2, 1894, Ackley, Iowa MARCH THE A0KLEY IUHMHIIEO EVEKY By Duo Itnotimlrt in ut the Post UIHu iissuconduliiss Hiitil rents for live liius or blvu cunts per lluu Cwuxctss lit iiVO II AUK LEY 1OHT OlKX Wrolf Ilnys tn CO V loiinty Amiltnr Stout Ikrk of AV IrofUilt riiisuiin Moll hdIIV John Itoylioi Kilulifaton of Schools Jlursli lounty Attorney Ward loitnty Suvviyor K T Hoard of one pi i CITY Mayor Tivastlri1 Assessor Marshal Huberts A stock Ueoritc Dart I BvaiiLLHial Suiulay 11 and Siibbalh school al Oiltliolic cvcry ly mass al at T Prcsbyteriioi iMviiihi nir 1vi1 but ii U ind it Suliiililiath at i in Lviry siilil p 11 S i s Ml at 13 ooutii Joiins i it 10 school at l LI ountain regular in Masonic Hall on Monday vim inn on or before nil AV 1laniel T moots on ovenina lit each week at Odd Fellows Modern Woodman of ifezular ruoeMuss 1st and lid Thursday iiliiit each Uesular meotlii 2d Sunday of each at at Illburnlun nlRhts llosc Cralx IV Meet every Tuesday tvunliis at Castle c IJaniel of and Ladies Aid society of I lie church meets Wednesday sumlmonthly T adlcs Aid society of the Herman Evungell JJ cal meets Thursday Julius Ladies Aid society of the Presbyterian meets on Thursday Uooscvclt Ackley Cemetery society meets Thursday T adlcs Aid society of the Evangelical jj erancliurcii meets VOUIIK Ladies Sodality of the Catholic chunh i meets once a Addle Physician and Deutscher Jliicu up stairs in the Ackerman entrance west Alt calls day or nielli promptly attended Special attention jliven to diseases of and teneral Notary iieal Kstate anl Insuramu Llilice over luirness Justice of the peace and Conveyancing done and Lands lionjrht and Oilici In the JSye Ackiey Iowa Graduate Queins Physician and Uf tlce lit tirst house south of IMisnyUtiiaii SCATS Attorney at Law and Collection Of lice on second iloor over Hank Will practice in all the Slatu and Federal Law and Collection Makes a specially of mailers and Ulilce over Curstons h VBTERIXARY Calls jinuiijilly allcDilid jind sl His IHUI suc cess is sulllciciii iMiiiianltcill liij iiikis at Ilanuiius hlacksiiiil h A ovrrciUiralcd viluiilc gels Hit notion that education should him I wi rc Save Your i in 0 Have just u fill line o Optical Goods and can fit all kinds of with defective eyes should call and consult witli Also children in vschool who complain of headaches should be brought to us for as manv such cases are the result of weak eyes 227 xaminatiou BOUCHER A jjafiii Upon and Shut And no Cherry Cough Syrup will cure where M oth ers Sold mill by R e Restores gray hair to its natural color and Van guarantees and everythingusuallj kept in firstclass harness I also keep in stock the best to be found in the Shop in the West End o FARMERS SKCONII DAVS The Institute was cjillwl lo order jy the president at 10 The Industrial school choir was again on hand and favored the Insti tute with songs at intervals during the On motion of WalUr the regular executive committee was appointed hy the chair and en to nominate cIILnrs for the ensu ing The best manner of fertilising WMH taken up hy in tiie following paper Pollster dolines tlie word fiirtilixe make or protec In lliiii sense I lo speak of inexhaustible loam soil ol1 has to the point in the last to where wolnust make it Mother eaiUi has already invcn up ajiont all tlieeliemica elemenbithnl are sary to the of our and if Aye still to llio imsi ncss must funiiih lief with a neiv llnw will we do it 1y proper rotiitiuii of hy sowing stock lo evt it oil and last hut not least by saving with our stable and barnyard immure and it all out on our Read sceilman of DCS has to say about it in the Register of Lil To one lives on and farms the rich soils pf Towa is a constant reader ot tli eastern agricultaral papers it is how much space h papers is devoted to manures One of my while at the worlds fair iot acquainted with young man from New and to gether they went to set the Avhilo my friend was admiring the fine the only thing the New Yorker could see was the extrava gant waste of Well I am like the New When I sec the reckless waste of manure the great loads hauled out of DiS Moines stables and dumped into the dump yard or near the river where it will be away when the freshets it makes me groan for the 7 time is not only coming but is already here when every particle of manure should be saved and applied to our When 1 first came lo lowi farmers used to tell me that our soil was rich enough without I did not believe this theory when I first came to and now after farming here for twelve I know there is nothing in this theory but that we have a soil that will respond more liberally to kind treatment good cultivation than tiny I ever in any other I have never found a soil that would hold manure and returns in crops us the soil docs The subject of manures is gelt ing to he a big one and the longer our people delay the matter of keeping up their land the bigger it will be am it will only mi question of a few years until we will be in the s line Ix as our eastern and will have to scour lands and seas for fertilizers for our If our farmers will take this matter in hand right and utilize the prop er rotation of sow and plow under more in fact ai such wops as clover peas and rye for green and halt out all tin manure going to waste in our aid ciUes and properly take curu of J all the al our Iwiuls for i we will save the nval our brother of j are now Tin Miiepilion when thi j was for j Doori it pay al MI iinces heip to haul out other investment will i you owa the land ly will and ii a ji will raise enough more o pay your rent esitles it will mikj your la feel good to see the manure going mt even if he was too lazy to haul himself and he wont be anxious for you to leave when your time is ip Think of the expense of commercial fertilizers which we must iave if we neglect this The farmers of the eastern states payout OAer for commercial fer tilizers besides saving and hauling ill of the manure made on their shipping it by rail out of the iities and adhering strieliy to the proper rotation of and by principal business Avldeli is their land is run to grass some will but Jiey have Iowa soil to com mence with but AY hen new it nodueed abundant crops without bo mg and they thought then just as we do that it wasnt nec us leain iomclhing by by bringing UK best o tin vaiielies while laerthev anil are the finest of the s some one Avoild j to say in the like t know why have left Concord of this I have fruited the Concord more than twenty and the only objection If new of monke ing with ruin Ilicy quit burning their straw ami other keep stock enough to con vert into and then haul it out onto their do more sum mer follow the proper ro tation of cultivate fewer acres and farm it wouldnt be nec essary to call on Iowa and other east ern slates Cora donation quite so some of tiie farmer of those states are making money deapito the hot wind and lim while others which we will Roil rob bers are letting tin their farms and a fake still pushing are the same ennui Avho made the first settlements in got the cream of the hind and then moved to bleeding Ne braska an 1 oth r western states in order that modes of sjnii might visitation In hat poverty stricken country tlnui the bordtr the the subject of it in are1 of Soil Kob moro but too successful ley kctp their manure liauledimt ir o they moAe their and when they get too o you ever com them lo farther reiuee the soil j and ltii the noil class A by corn respond better pare your crops with theirs and ask in corn ami if in yousclf the reason why yours are not cd wtl tllul is BO You have to more I oirol to lie it work to raise a poor crop on land 5 then but a stimulant to induce the that is fi rtilc than to a good crop 011 fertile trouble too many fanners is they try t farm too many acres Avith the amount of help at their To those AVC AAOuld say grass more and plow soil to yield more corn and Jlovcr nitrogen to the soil from the but phosphoric avid and potash arc necessary to keep the soil Our people arc gradually stocking their farms fully less but if you grass your land dont Vlith hog sub sir a With them clover is a help The farms so managed impiovo think that releases you from manure hauling it only gives you a better Manure will help you to grow larger crops of timothy and clover produce more blue grass for pasture and your pastures will not dry up so bad during and August if they have had a liber al supply of Under Horti cultural Notes in farm orchard and the State says Some earful experiments in France dctcnnined t fact in regard to plant evaporation which has pnzxlcd holiciillnrisl instead of running The graz ing animal does take ttAvay mineral but they arc so little that it would bo quite practical to re place them by buying each year an equal weight of hones to the amount Where grain and fodder an sold and their growth stimulated with clover thcAvaste is hiJinileJy so much so that it is soen and put in a few in the rapid deterioration of the we see that clover is a blessing to the farmer nr a like grain groAvcrs many The demonstrated is that well fertilised ot trees or plants evaporate lisi an i those in impoverished In other an 1K iarge and healthier leaves of the manured tree or plant evapo rate less than the htlf starved plants lo Tili with less leaf surface and I u by Freer of Cani kl tlui riOUlt osU fill potential through ot in onr liibbino sil j lohogs It will iv Tiie plant finding a small Silil ll is ion qiiunlity only its disl exhausticm than the imploys its energies to the lrHluMs by the primitive pro luction of rootlets by means of I wii wlllt Uuy which amount of the nitrogen if pivsout bu taken In such i and potasli were ap a ease as this the chief energies of j IUX extracted ai market plaaUre exerted toward the pro i then the soii duction of rootiets while the other wjl1 parts of the plant sutler ii Deheran says a pianf of rye ted i 1J Joa grass with manure evaio liil J rated grammes of to Tlios Walton the Adionrucd mo gramme ol dry matter J lu ivapuraliid JXU without it or nearly three limes much Nebraska an1 the biiller badly with the drouth firtU few years oitheir it wan only after their and had 1 by continued wheat iheir lifrit wheat crops iiig yield just the early o Iowa and other bt ts chcnii a f the sui had sip it Jiad orii of it required a proven h nearly of al to uuiluce tu tlioiis
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