Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1931 · Page 7
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.tfft iiii | 7r-tf K*M«.i araw* illn atment 6Ut« utf<s can -work and continues its Don't de- afton*^ uSderour^uarj ^^^"''~^_ul it Everything without Fear of Indigestion Mitre lots of foods you can't JfcSr of gas, bloatfng, pains stomach and bowels? Z have to'-pass.up favorite Iwhile the rest enjoy them? t'sasignyouneedTanlacI For i?.« 10 vears Tanlac has re- 1 vigorous health thousands "like you do, • TAmna Bowers, of 1230^- t Topeka, Kans., says: ''Five t' was troubled with gas, bloat- nd toy spells. But Tanlac up my whole. system and in- amy weight 10 Ibs.".. I vou suffer from indigestion, gas, hes, or torpid liver— e bottle o I needed relief. RECORDS SHOW MILD WINTER IN NORTH IOWA This winter has been, as Califor- nlana would say, "most unusual," but with the difference that It has been the moat pleasant winter within the memory of the oldest Inhabitant. January and February were so mild that winter overcoats were not needed, and oven the nights were so warm that a light topcoat was often sufficient. Thcr c were one or two cold snaps during" the season, however. There has been scarcely a, trace of snow all this winter. Evidently there .has been a continuation of last summer's drought, and the question now Is whether It will run over Into spring and summer. •The four months of winter weather are usually considered to be November, December, January, and February, and the temperature read- Ings for the months, as recorded by Weather Observer L. M. Merritt, KOBSUTK COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA -uk Twenty Years Ago Ailvnnco, Mnrcli 10, 1911. follow: Cold Snap November 1 In en' brings . . a is a good, pure m , edlc ™;/ of roots, barks, and herbs. Get m your druggist today. Your Key back if it doesn't help you. ;AME PRICE 25 ounces for 25c C BAKING POWDER It's double acting . ' * Die K C (or fine texture I Urge volume in your bakings. UIONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT (OLINA WOMAN tat 47. Is, In 3 Months and Feels Years Younger have been taking Krusphen lor nearly three months. I tye continued taking one teaspoon- I In warm water every morning. 1 weighed 217 pounds, was al bothered with pains in my and lower part of abdomen 1 Bides. : . I am glad to say I am a I woman, feel much stronger, i younger and my weight is 170 la. I do not only feel better I look better, so all my friends f'l shall never be wlthou,t Krusch- "alts, will never cease taking my dose and more than glad to ly recommend it for the great 1 that is in it." Mrs. S. A, Solo- New Bern, N. C., Jan. 1930. S. You may think I am exag- Mns by writing such'a'Jong let- but truly i feel so indebted to L for putting out such wonderful 8 that I cannot say enough. bottle of Kruschen Salts that i 4 weeks coats but 85 cents at ". Lusby's and druggists the I over. Take one half teaspoon la glass of hot water every morn- before breakfast.' Attention to diet will help—cut Pastry and fatty meats—go i potatoes, butter,, cream and he Kruschen way is : the to lose fat. Try one hot-, Mid If not joyfully satisfied— back, * 2 .. 3 . 4 . 5 6 _ 7 .. 8 _ 9 . 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 '26 27 28 29 30 November. HiRh Low 26 55 55 58 59 43 34 55 G5 66 70 , 61 ' 58 69 60 65 69 56 59 65 62 46 46 44 33 37 21 17 18 37 43 A non-pnrtlsnn city election was Planned, and a republican city convention asked party chairmen to call non-partisan caucuses for nomination for city officers after 1911. This city republican convention followed four similar caucuses wards In which Alderman Bowy or aml wo,th wore candidates for Mr. Wadsworth led r -: ceivln e a lawyer's 80. In the E. a _ mayor. M Mr In all four of 211 voles C. O. Simpson . . wna nominated for assessor; William Cleary for treasurer. Nominees for councllmon-at-larse were I.eroy Barton and E. K . Conner,, and for w councilman Uoscoe Call, A M Average 51 Average for month December is Mild. December High 1 33 33 25 30 19 1.7 24 37 38 39 42 34 38 47 55 33 37 34 48 42 29 30 31 17 16 1 3 1 17 22 26 39 Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, February 26, 1931 —City council met In regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: KI.KCTJUC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 105.00 Leo Bellock, salary 160.00 Walter Gorman, salary 135.00 Tom Halpln, salary 135.00 C. C. Wright, salary 85.00 2 .. 3 -. 4 .. 5 .. 6 _. 7 .. 8 -. 9 .. 10 . 11 . 12 . 13 . 14 . 15 . 16 . 17 18 ' 19 20 21 22' 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 31 27 32 32 30 41 45 50 49 40 32 30 28 28 27 30 . 30 . 32 . 22 . 25 . 26 . 24 . 25 . 30 . 26 . 36 . -28 . 27 . 33 . 33 COAL We handle the [GRADES of COAL 8 ell oa the lowest e margin. Seeds ** furniih with your Average . 32 Average ot both high and low for December _____ • Drop to —5 in January. January High 1 -' 37 2 46 S 37 4 33 6 30 6 . 30 7 - - 32 .8 35 9 • 41 10 _— 35 11 38 12 30 13 20 U —- 13 IB 35 16 45 ' 17 33 18 29 ,9 ,. 26 28 28 „ 30 38 48 41 45 40 55 ; 53 '" 57 40 20| —21 22 23 24 _-„ 25 26 27 28 29 80 31 —. Average — 36 Average for both .high and low for January- February Unusually Mild February High Low 2 17 30 23 27 25 19 23 32 30, 30 27 27 23 18 11 13 23 15 12 6 15 13 17 22 21 16 • 19 16 6 9 19 26 Low 12 25 18 23 18 19 20 21 16 25 23 14 4 -5 9 21 20 24 7 6 0 10 18 81 27 24 29 29 26 season. 1 J:: 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 '13 13 14 15 16 17 18 • 19 20 21 $2 28 24 25 28 27 53 50 45 42 45 33 40 41 . 34 . 36 . 51 . 39 . 33 . 40 . 55 . 55 . 44 . 35 . 38 - 46, . 30 - 47 -• 60 . 60 -*48 . 49 -88 - 44 Average of both and low for February- 27 19 23 Low 26 ' 29 29 20 27 25 27 25 ' 6 4 23 31 6 15 24 29 29 29 31 23 25 30 28 32 29 25 36 30 24 34 To Play in WSbtttemore, Mar. Tim connlj- fair dates wore set tor the week beginning September IS a week later than usual. T. P. Harrington was secretary. t t t Only 25 persons voted at the en- nuai school election. T. P. Harrington and J. T. Chrischllles were returned to the board unanimously. • .T. K Klnff, former deputy county auditor, was given silverware by former associates when he visited the courthouse. Jas. McDonald circulated a subscription list for the girt, and 28 persons contributed t t t County Attorney Ynn Ness moved into new office quarters over the Algona State bank. He had taken office January 1, coming to Algona from Whittemore. t t t T-co StcMilns, rural mail carrier, reported that Henry Dally, farmer on his route, owned a sow which had given 'birth to 21 pigs, 19 of which were living. The number was too great for the one sow to feed, so a neighbor's sow with only two pigs, was given a few of the Dally pigs t t t A now J. B. Hofliis farm home In Union township was the scene of a surprise house warming attended by 50 friends. t.t t Railway mail clerks in the North Iowa branch of the national association were to meet here. Members had to vote by mail, for the clerks were mostly busy on trains, and the main business at the convention was the canvass of votes. E. J. Hough was secretary-treasurer of the branch, and D. D. Monlux, W. H. Freeman, W. S. Windell, and O, S. Lindsey, all of Algona, were among candidates for delegates to a district convention. t t t Water meters were to be Installed at Burt. Complaints of abuse of the water service because of no meters were numerous. t t T J. F. Fisher, Tltonka, had sold an. International autobuggy to Fred Greenfield. These autos were built much like oldtlme buggies. They had high wood wheels, and were intended especially for negotiating mud roads In which smaller-wheeled vehicles would be mired. t t t Harry Wrlpht, who had just moved to Goldfield, where he had en- te'red the employ of the Citizens' State bank, visited Algona friends. t t t The war department was conducting maneuvers along the Rio Grande, following revolutions In Mexico, and Dr. R. J. Laird and A. F. Dalley, national guardsmen here, were holding'tHemselves in readiness for a call to the service. Mr. Dailey was quartermaster of the '56th (Iowa) regiment; Doctor Laird, battalion-adjutant. Adjutant General Logan had wired from Des Moines to ask whether they could go, and they both had answered in the affirmative. t t t A Salvation Army post in the New Algoija hotel proved short-lived. A captain who had been sent here had returned to his home at Webster City. Patrons on the street were numerous and generous, but when the corps marched away led by the big drum, no one followed it to meetings. t t t Emmetsburg's commercial club had been reorganized, and a campaign for funds to deepen and im•prove Medium lake had been undertaken. In a previous campaign a total of $12,000 had been pledged, and an additional $3,000 had to be raised to' guarantee completion of the work. t t t Algona councllmen were interested in a new crude-oil engine, at Spencer, and were planning a trip to see it. The local plant was then operated by steam, but a state recommendation specified oil-burning engines ae more economical. t t t Br, G. A, Walters, Wesley, had died of pneumonia and complications. A brother, Dr. C. M. C. Walt-r ers, practiced at Bancroft. t t t Helen Cowles, Des Moines, had visited her grandmother,.Mrs. A. A. Call. She was to be married that summer, and Ruth, daughter of the present Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dick- Ineon, was to be a flower girl at the wedding. t t t Alpona's basketball team-had lost to Waterloo, 35rl4,.in a semi-final game to determine the championship of northern Iowa. This wa,s the'oply game the locals lost during the season. t t t A. P. Clarke, who died a couple of weeks ago, was in legal difficulties, having been fined for contempt p? court at Minneapolis. The Armstrong Journal said: "We fear there are many self-professing Christians in Algona and Kossuth who now forget his good qualities. They forget when they went to him, called him 'Andy, 1 and asked for a donation or a loan they could secure no- else. 'Andy' Clarke was once Adah CaVlson, salary 145.00 Ray Barton, salary . 130.00 H. E. Stcphenson, salary „ 130.00 Terry Durln Co., mdse. ... 33.80 Vacuum Oil Co., mdso. 4.66 General Electric Co., mdse. 3.24 Fultpn Iron Works, mdse.- 168.24 Westlnghouse Eloc.. & Mfg. Co., mclse. . 66.42 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., mdse. -280.00 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 38.78 Gen. Elec. Supply Corp., mdse. 79.47 Westlnghouse Elec. Supply Co., mdse. 629.71 Graybar Elec. Co., mdse.—,- 1.08 Electric Supply Co., mdse.. 150.40 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. _ . 2.03 Western Union, service — 4.31 Otto Nelson, labor 1.65 G. Ray Smith, meter read- Ing 33.25 National Stamp & Elec. Works, mdse. L ' 6.86 Century Elec. Co., mdse. __ 3.96 Hltchner & Hltchner, poles 527.07 C. M. & St. P. & R R'y, frt. on poles . 274.68 Security Petroleum Co., gas oil C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, frt. on oil : WATER T. W. Kelly, salary ... . 'rank Ostrum, salary (Yank Ostrum, salary O. E. Atcheson, salary jaura Mitchell, salary Pittsburgh Bqult. Meter Co., mdse. Vlgman Co., mdse. Neptune Meter Co., mdse. :ity of Fort Dodge Water Works •1111 Butfer Tub & Supply Co., mdse, jalng & Muckey, mdse. Barton et al, labor R'y Express Agency, express -I. \V. Post, frt. and dray. . Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. GENERAL, FUND A. Newville, salary F. A. Newville, use of car Travelers Indemnity Co., safe and mess. ins. N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service Standard Oil Co., mdse. — Haggard & Backus, print — W. H. Horan, mdae. O. W. Erickson Hdw., mdse. Harry Barton, labor R'y Express Agency, express Tire Service Co., mdse. H. W. Post, frt. and dray.— Estel Rentz et al, ref. deposit Norton Machine Wori<s, mdse. Skelly Oil Co:, gas 245.48 176.19 120.56 12.50 43.75 15.05 9.9 4.1 43.25 60.65 3.05 21.15 \ 29.95 20.8' 20.9 75.00 40.00 90.00 125.00 110.00 .56.70 18.35 57.48 15.42 .30 9.32 118.77 2.12 2.23 36.05 125.00 15.00 Frank Green, salary 125.00 A. Oronwall, bal. on lots. 200.00 Thos. Akre, rent 10.00 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., 'service 3.25 A. H. Borchardt, rent 90.00 Kbhlhaos Hdw., mdse. 7.65 Tesse Umbenhower, care dump 5.00 doga _ _____ 7.00 O. W'. Erickson Hdw., mdse. 11,98 Advance Pub. Co., printing. 25187 Skelly Oil Co., gas 8.14 W.' J. SIgsbee, painting elgn • 3.60 SEWBR FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 35.00 Earl Bowman et al, labor 28.60 - GRADE FUND .Tesse Lashbrook, salary 35.00 Jesse Lashbrook, salary — 69.20 Elliott Skilllng, man and team 28.00 Elliott 'Skllling, man and team 61.10 Wlllard Gregson, man and team '. 10.50 Frank Skilling, street labor 3.50 George Gunder, street labor 28.35 Fred Baumgartner, gravel— 1.80 FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Algona Fire Co., 7 fires — 210.00 Norton Machine Works, mdse. 23.81 Norton Machine Works, mdse. _. 23.90 Qf—5 A. OGREN, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Diamond Strain Blood Tested Baby Chicks GUARANTEED AS TO COLOR AND TYPE 100 chicks 500 chicks 1000 chicks S. C. White Leghorns $ 8.00 $ 38.50 Barred White, Buff Rocks ', 10.00 50.00 S. C. Reds, White Wyandottes — 10.00 50.00 Buff Orpingtons _'_„ 10.00 50.00 Silver Laced Wyandottes { White Orpingtons • J , 10.50 52.00 Heavy Assorted 9.00 42.50 Mixed Assorted 8.00 40.00 100 Per Cent live Delivery Guaranteed. . The Renwick Poultry Farms and Hatchery BENWICK, IOWA $ 75.00 97.50 97.50 97.50 100.00 83.00 77.50 i Women Praise It —because is . So Easy to Turn . So Easy to Wash .So S a n i t a r y IS WEEK, come I* mt let us show y<m the nuu-j exclusive advantages of the famous— ANKER-HOLTH Self-Balancing Bowl Cream Separator T HE DISCS on this famous separator are Interchangeable; no numbers, no notches. And there are no lugs or notches on the bowl. You can't put it together wrong ... a blind girl can assemble it. It Is guaranteed self-balancing and will never need to be returned to the factory to be balanced. A ND, ... it has the shortest crunk used on a cream separator—proof positive of its "easy-turning" merit. The turning can be done with the arm alone—no pumping back •-and forth of your back. Tou can turn the Anker-Holtk sitting in a chair or eluding as you prefer. A GUARANTEE that i something goes with every Anker-Holth ... a guarantee that protects your investment for your life...* guarantee that makea this. * "lifetime" separator—a separator you will never need to "trade in." C OME IN... let us you the many other praiseworthy features of tt-to remarkable machine. Drop in and let us tell you the whole story. ALGONA—Farmers General Store, HobartoB. HURT—J. H. Graham. WESLEY—Lease & Lease. WHITTEMORE—L. W. Swansea. LOTTS CREEK—Lotts Creek Store. What the NEW ^ • • ^ -'\ HUMIDOR PACK • ': ' ' / - ' ' ' / ' v ' ' - ' ' -i " means to Cam&l Smokers* COMPARE a package of C^amels with The Humidor Pack insures that. It V-< any other cigarette and note the prevents the fine tobaccos of Camels difference in the technique of packing. from drying out and losing any of their 10—^The* public school's girl.' .»Ml^*"» will j-r-jn^jj-s--!!'. Other towns pftrtw-U b e Wwt " Ben *' l&fe/fcM V-erse, old old story of kicking the «»» *h,o ta. sturobfcd weigh the goqd deeds of A. T>. bad ones, perhaps «o nauob worse P« 80JW6 Of ae.tra*- Note that Camels are completely enclosed in an outer transparent cover of moisture-proof cellophane and sealed air-tight ot every point. We call this outer shell the Humidor Pack. It differs from the ordinary cellophane pack and while it is egg-shell thin, it orieans a lot in terms of cigarette enjoyment. It means, for instance, that evaporation is checkmated and that Salt Lake City can new have as good Camels as Winston- Salem. While Camels are made of a blend of the choicest Turk-* ish and mellowest domestic tobaccos, it is highly important, if you are to get full benefit of delightful flavor. Aside from cheap tobacco, two factors in a cigarette can mar the smoker's pleasure: Fine particles of peppery dust if left in the tobacco by inefficient cleaning methods sting and irritate delicate throat membrane. Dry tobacco, robbed of its natural moisture by scorching or by evapora- Camels and other ordinary dry cigarettaa. First of all you can feel the difference as you roll the cigarettes betweeja your fingers. Camels are full-bodied pliable. A dry cigarette < pressure and sheds tobacco. If you will hold a cigarette to each* and roll them with your fingers you CJUR actually hear the difference. The real test of course is to smoke than* And here's where the new Humidor Pack proves a real blessing to the smoker* As you inhale the cool, fragrant smoke tion gives off a hot smoke that burns from a Camel you get all the mjMn««B *» I, \IU I It MOIS 1 I IU l.OSH Unwrapped {bckage CbMiMWrapfwll.ck.Je The ?itt»burgh Tettin$ t#lK>mtory chert graphically thaw* you that only the Camel Humidor Pack deliver* cigarette* to yew p» |»riwi* the throat with every inhalation* We take every precaution against these factors here ' at Winston-Salem. A special vacuum cleaning apparatus removes dust and now the newJfumi' dor Pqck prevents dryness. this quality, that these cigarettes come to you with their nfttwaj moiiture content still intact. , Cheek 'the difference and magic of the fine tobaccos of wlucfe it is blended. But when you draw in the hot smofye from a dried cigarette see how flat awi brackish it is by comparison and hair har$h it is to your throat. If you are a regular Camel smoker you have already noticed wl condition of the cigarette meant., But if you haven't tried CameLi the new Humidor Pack you have adventure.with Lady Nicotine in. Switch you* affections for day, then go b^ck tq youjf It is A very simple matter to check the tomorrow if you can difference between Humidor Packed §. ?. *E*mwtm old a

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