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Williamsburg Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - August 10, 1894, Williamsburg, Iowa BURGH JOURNAL will practice in State and and before the reunion I Patent at Estates settled A Heal Loan and Insurance Careful attention So all Money to loan at low rates en im 1 Office Side AT WH practice in State and Federal I Money to loan on Keal Estate Special attention paid to All business will receive prompt and I over Farmers Savings f and Counselor AT IOWA Attorney iii National Bank I I Business receives and prompt attention Established In I Residence twe blocks west of the corner Clark and West In IOWA two Mocks east and two soull on Southeast Corner of Physician lice and residence over Meyer South COME IN And See the Large Stock of AUGUST JACKSONS JUST CHOICE We will keep a fine stock of Ladies Dress Mil linery and and will spare no pains or expense to Successor to FARMERS OF PAID UP WILLIAM E EVANS Assistant Transacts a General Banking use made on favorable tormson Chattel or Keal Estate Seo Issues a Warning Proclamation to the People for Pre cautions Against DKS Saturday issued a mation warning the people of Iowa against It says in part To the people of un usual and alarming number of fires have within our state dur ing the last few resulting in great hardship and serious loss to our The scarcity of water occasioned by the unprecedented drouth increases the danger of fires and seriously cripples our usually efficient organizations in means and methods of extinguishing I suggest to the people of the state that extra precaution be taken by all to guard against this Let the mayors of cities and towns have all appliances for extinguishing fires thoroughly tested and put in readiness at Let all inflam mable garbage be removed from tho streets and alleys boxes and empty oil barrels moved to a safe Let additional fire patrols be estab and in short let every good citizen exercise unusual precaution against this dreaded and in every way seek to reduce the lia of disasters of this kind to the Sneezing may be averted by pressing firmly upon tho upper lip with the The why of this is that by so doing we deaden tho impression made on a certain branch of the fifth ing being of a reflex action excited by some slight impression made upon that Proof of this in scon in tho fact that sneezing never takos place when the nerve men is even though the sense of smell be fully Now that about two bushels of wheat can be bought for a dollar in the Chicago which means about forty cents a bushel for the why not feed the wheat to the stock A bushel of wheat will go further than a bushel of oats for a cow arid do her mere A quart of wheat soaked well answers for a meal for a and there are thirtytwo quarts in a Hogs will fatten better on wheat than on Hens lay better wheat kept on a wheat diet than on corn or oats there is a better mission for wheat than selling it at forty cents a Williamsburg Shoe HAS A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF Rubber Goods Ladies Fine Shoes Our Goods are of tlie best and combine durability and Repairing done PRICES Give us a PETER Interest paid on Time Deposits bought and Collections a and OFFICE Kleins South HINKLEY Office over Star Drug t are here to stay and have a large capital to back which enables us to the LARGEST and most varied Stock of Furniture in the and we will sell as LOW as you can buy COME IN AND SATISFY YOURSELF SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAL AND n n INSURANCE MONEY TO ILYON the rooms have all been refitted and now in good shape for ile tabU will at all times be furnish with tho best the market WE A GOOD STOCK DEALER and South WILL only best grade Pitts u and will both stock for two My prices the in me 1 stock of curry combs and the cheapest sweat on the r Undertaking A HEARSE Personal and prompt attention given to KEIL Post Office Stored A Full Line of A Large Line of An Extra Fine Line of Hardware We Lead in Quality of Goods and In Low While waiting for your mail look over our Pilot Grove Poultry Yard Breeder of Pure Bred Light Buff and Patridge Books and Leg s 50 per of this Visit my grounds or Iowa Is Heredity Absolute Is heredity are we doomed before we are born Is there no escape from inherited tendencies Must we fill out the conditions stamped upon us at our birth Are we led into sin and crime by these inherited tendencies Is it possible for us to change these inborn instincts and passions There are meets and bounds be yond which the human mind or body cannot Where the par ents and grand parents are only five feet high the children by no pro cess of development can reach six or seven feet or if the mental ty of music does not exist in the ancestors no amount of training will develope it into the the same is true of mechanical The same inexorable law holds good all through You can never cultivate an apple tree into a peach once an apple always an but the crab can be developed into a much better but it always remains an The question is frequently asked if children changed in the and the one that had well developed the one that inherited genius and was placed with ignorant and vicious while the waif of ig and disease Avas to go into the model what would be the would the environment change tho heredity We answer it would but it would modify but the inherited and ethical tendencies as well as phy fashioned by would crop out in spite of training and Some I have seen exceptions to that rule but they are If you are born with a tendency to tion it will no doubt develope soon er or but by care you may out live the You may have been born but by constant training you may make a success in You may be hampered by an inherited but by a close watch you may go through life without killing No train environment can create a single but it will wonder fully develope and vitalize both body and and is where our responsibility In a word make the most of your op We little appreciate the effect of a kind word upon those who are more used to It seems that one evening a young lady abruptly turned a street corner and ran against a who was small and ragged and Stop ping as soon as she she turn ed to him and said I beg your I am very The ragged and freckled boy looked up in blank amusement for an instant Then taking off about threefourths of a all he he bowed very smiled until his face became lost in the and answered You can hev my pard ing and and yer can ruu agin and knock me clean and I wont say a After the lady had pressed on he turned to a comrade and half I never had any one ask my before and it kind o took me off my paid up in Surplus HENRY BOARD OF DIRECTORS JACOB KELLY Transacts a General Banking Loans on Estate Security Negotiated foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Interest Paid on Time Collections Receive Prompt and Careful CORRESPONDENTS National First Bank city National Cedar Iowa July and June was named iu honor of a Roman who was wor shipped as queen of tin It is called the month of marriages and of July in honor Julius who born on the 13th of this lie also added one day making July 31 instead of It is called the month when death holds high August was named after the em as several important epochs in his life occurred in this It is called the harvest Three new stars are shortly to be added to the American It is safe to predict that in a few months not only Utah but Arizona and New Mexico as well will bo trans formed from impotent territories into vigorous and soverign states ef the each having two able bodied United States senators and one representative in the popular branch of congress to start The admission of for which the enabling act was approved by the president the other is al ready a foregone and will consummated no doubt in Nov ember of next On the first of August proclamation will issue for an election ef delegates in Novem ber te a territorial convention to be held in March and if the con and other machinery then adopted is ratified by the people in November of next the dent will promulgate his proclama tion admitting Utah into the sister hood of As for Arizona and New the enabling acts for their passed the house of representatives on 15 last and June 28 and both acts acts are now receiving favorable consideration in the senate and be ing made to conform as respects their provisions and dates for hold ing elections and constitutional conventions with the terms of the Utah No doubt is entertained that if they do not get through be fore the adjournment of the present session of congress they will at least before they close of the next and short The re cent experiments in preceding the present efforts were conducted by our national ers in when Idaho and Wy eraing were and just be fore that in when North Dakota and South Dakota were received into full membership in the Administrators Notice is hereby given to all persons that on the day of July the undersigned was ap pointed by the District Court of administrator ef the estate of Mary Davis late of said All persons indebted to said estate will make payment to the and those having claims against the same will present legally to said far Headquarters for Horse and quick drives for traveling men a Edwards Successors to Medicines and 7 Toilet Garden WALL PAPER and Queen Bee Mixed Physicians Prescription Compounded at all West Side HUGHES and DEALERS IN LUMBER INCLUDING LIME AND Combination Slat and Wire Picket otf Hard and Soft QF We Pay at all times the highest Market for and v We have the gale of the J School A Wf IT Of
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