Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 16, 1931
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BIGHT Sf ATE OF IOWA AUDITOR OF STATE Department of Finance and Municipal Accounts. Form, Schedule and Classification of Municipal Accounts Pertaining to Finances as Provided In Section 111, Chapter 10, Code, 1987, " Report ot City of Algona for the Fiscal Year ending March 81, 1931. To 3. Vf. \Mns, Auditor of State: ThJs Is to certify that the Information given In thla Schedule Is complete and correct to the beet ot my knowledge and belief. Dated March JO, 1901. RECEIPTS from April 1st, 1930 to March !»lst, l»St. A B C D Total City Clerk. E Grand Total I. County Tax— a.' General Govern• ment $ 10,234.81 b. Independent Divisions 20,990.00 c. Special — assessments 10,524.16 ir^4|^\;3¥^w^,; i^i.vi ; 7 • EX-WHITTEMOR MAN IS JAILE A3 DRUNK DRIVE 10,234.81 20,990.00 10,524.16 Total 41,748.97 41,748.97 41.74S.97 t. Office Receipts— b. Poll tax 641.00 c. Business license - 637.65 d. Cigarette license - 750.00 f. Fines. fees, and forfeitures ' 285.35 h. Special a -s s e ss- ments — 2,538.43 q. Other office receipts 2,032.30 641.00 637.65 750.00 285.35 2,538.43 2,032.30 Total 6..X84.73 6,884.73 6,884.73 t. Street Department— f. Sewers, and sew- ago rtispoisat g. Miscellaneous transfer 4. Municipal Industries— a. Water Works b. Electric Light Works h. Parks and bathing beache-s Total 6. Miscellaneous— a. Farm fires -. b. Work fund check acct. Total 343.40 35,000.00 35,343.40 Rentals Sales MtscL $ 14,803.33 $ 8,380.19 $ 656.80 73,285.12 7,738.01 2,022.26 3,705.31 . 91,793.76 11.118.20 3,279.06 Par Value Premium Acc'd Int. 150.00 2 000.00 a i r,n nn 343.40 35,000.00 35,343.40 35,343.40 Total $18,840.32 83,645.39 3,705.31 106,191.02 106,191.02 Total 150.00 2,000.00 2.150.00 2.150.00 Whlttemor*. July 14 — Thomas Malamphy, painter, formerly Whit, temore, now West Bend, was lately charged .with driving a motor vehicle while he was Intoxicated, and was arrested by Sheriff Shea, metsburg, who at last accounts was holding him In jail. Klttentmlter* los* to -Alton*— The Lutheran Young People's klt- tenball team played a pick-up team from lAlgpna Sunday at the- public schools diamond here. Most of Whittemore'a regular players were out of town and their places were filled by substitutes. Algona won, 12-2. Next Sunday the locals will play Mallard at Mallard. Woodward Away; Calry Substitute!! Dr. H. B. Woodward, his' wife, and daughter ' Marylln "left last Week Wednesday morhing for visits at Ames and Des Molnes T>r. F. W. Calry, Sioux City, ..formerly Algona, came to cure for Dr. Woodward's veterinary practice. IKJctor' Calry is a brother of Editor-Postmaster Seth B. Cairy. Father »lt Goes Touring— Father William Veil., of St. Michael's parish, left last week Sunday evening for a vacation tour in the northwest. He planned to visit Tacoma, Seattle, and Portland, but was to spend most of the time with Weiser, Ida., relatives. Mrs. Fred Buck Is Dead- Mr. and Mrs.- Peter Heldt, Algona, Mrs. Minnie, Baas, and Lawrence Elbert drove to Tipton Friday to attend the funeral Sunday of Mrs. Fred Buck, mother of Mrs. • Baas and Peter. >' Mrs. Geo. Schultz Hns Birthday— Schultz home 'Rotten' Egg, Tossed Out Door, Hatches (Llvermore Gazette,) Smith Bros.,, at the meat market want It understood that they are not Intending; to compete with anybody In the. chick business, but they do sometimes buy CBRS. And the other day they candled out a butch of egga, and •bne ess looked dark, so they discarded It, placing It on the back counter, but noticed later that It was:pipped, ao.they threw It out the back door. Next day they saw a broken, shell, on the ground ana a chick running around. Now they have the chick at home,. growing up, ambitious to become a useful hen: see their 1 daW*hter ( Mrm Mayer; en f6ute, h6me. Mr. and, Mfs.-.'Gewire Thompson attended it. rural .mall ^carrier* and auxiliary meeting 'at Tom Garry 8, Bancroft, last week Tuesday even* (r. " Mr. and Mrs. William Green, »1« wood and Edna, and Mrft. Bessie HIKerty visited at the James Robert tiom«, Algona. Saturday. and Mrs. T. H. MoG-llignn, Algona, nnd oln, Mae Clendennlng, Webster City, visited friends here last week Wednesday. • Mrs. b. 11. Brown went to Ora- S,C, JUNIORS 'CHAMPS'OVER BANCROFTERS July 14 — The Swea City Junior League ball team, Emmet county champion, and a Bancroft team, Kossuth champion, played on the local diamond last week Tuesday evening, and Mr. and Mi* Otto Saturday, Other „ ,„ B, W. K«rr, ot LOB Angele*. Calif. culled on friend* here ia*t week. Mr. Kerr Is Mitt In the pwtofflee ett* ploy and he and hte wife spent their. vacation here with relative*. They left Saturday for Los Ange- her C Mr. and Mra. Charles Blvldge and She children, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer •uirnco aunimy. Wlatedt and Madge Elyldse, allof. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, son Marshall, Mlnn.^spent last week at Blvln, and Ruth Swaitzell vWted Mr.' tvnd Mrs. Loeb at wlnnebago, Tada last •Thursday, to visit daughter, Ml-a. ttalph Johnson, '•eturned Sunday Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Soltow, 6»o City, former residents here, called on old laedyard friends last'week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gable, Forest City, visited at Charles Gable's and Ed Christ's Sunday. Tho C. 1. Mansmlths, Burt, and the William Dorseys, Swea City, spent Sunday at Fred Dorsey'a. Evelyn Mayne and Edith Logan spent last week with Mrs. AI Zteli ske,. of .Grant township.'. , 'Mrs.'Hi M. Dyer, and her children and Mrs/ Horun visited relatives at Cylinder Sunday. Mrs. Gus Mongua, . AJbert JLea, and a son visited last week at Ed Halvorson's. Glenn Yahnke's parents and sis- At the Henry southeast of town Frldav evening- City won, 'o-l. This was a 7. Grand total of receipts for year tiding- March 31, 1931 $192,318.12 9. Balance oC cash on hand April 1st, 19i>f 117.20B.Ol 10. Grand total for year ending March 31st, 1931 -. $309.524.13 HXl'EMHTURES From April 1st, 1930, to March 31st, 1931. A B Salaries Betterment 1, General Government— a. City officials $ c. Printing and stationery d. Le«al expense — g. Municipal League and Wages 833.00 or Outlay Miscellaneous 90.00 330.52 350.00 Total E Grand Total 20.00 323.00 330.52 350.00 20.00 relatives helped Mrs. George Scluiltz celebrate a. birthday. Cards were played .till a midnight lunch was served. Granary and Corner!!) Built— Emil Braatz and Frank Derner have finished putting up a small corn crib and granary on the E. K Pearce farni, north of town. Girl's Appendix Is Removed— Florence Gremmels was operated on for appendicitis at the McCreery hospital Friday. Tltonkn >"lne Jlefenteil Sunday— The Titonka ball team played here Sunday, and the locals won, 5-3. Other Wlifttemore. Louis IBraatz and his son Robert left last week Monday for Portage, Wis.. accompanied by Mrs. Carl Krahn. who has a daughter there. Mrs. James Brunette, niece of Louis, and her husband, who had been visiting here, left last week g for their home at Swea fast game. The first run was made In the fourth inning for Swea City, then three in the fifth and one in the seventh, Bancroft scored a run in the sixth. Three Ledyard boys have played with Swea City all summer: Elmer Zielske, left field; Kenneth Thompson, center; anil lr- vin TCllnkseik, second base. Band Concert Next Saturday— The band will give the following concert Saturday evening: March, Welcome ..... ---- Bennett Characteristic, Little Rastus . . ................... , . _ Bennett Fox' trot, And in My Heart It's You Chas. O. Flynn Cuban serenade, Havana . .Bennett Medley overture, CommencenTent Barnhouoe March, .105 Cavalry Steinmetu Overture", The Scarlet King, : .Jewell March, American Boy Wells Waltz, Neola Waltz AVells 3H;nreh, Imp of I>uck AVells Thompsons ..\re Off for Tour- Mrs. AV. B. George Mason, Thompson's father, Lu Verne-, and her Total 833.1)0 20.00 770.52 1,623.53 1,823.52 2. Municipal Industries— a. Water Works — 3,720.00 b. Elftctric Light Works i. Parks and bathing beaches c. Library k. Filtration plant _ 1. Band 7,044.14 6,083.51 16,3.47.65 15,481.00 9,034.67 34,704.91 59,270.58 uncle, J. J. Boyd, Los Angeles, visited her last Thursday and Friday. This- week Wednesday Mr. aim! Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Mason,, andi Mr. .Boyd leave for a. week at Chicago and other points, and tire Thsomp- soiii sons Duane and Kennetli will meanwhile visit at Lu Verne: ler Evelyn visited here Sunday. The Max Nltz family spent last Thursday at Mankato. Mrs. August Knoner is under the care of Doctor Devine. JUNIOR TEAM AT LONE ROCK WINS 3 GAMES Lone Rock, July 14—West Bend and Swea City Junior League baseball_ teams crossed bats here Friday, and Swea City won 3-0. The game was mainly a pitchers' battle, each allowing but five hits and Swea bunched the hite to win the game. They also won from Bancroft 5-1 at Ledyard last week Tuesday, which decided the Kossuth championship and from Britt at Titonka 7-2. This was a battle "between the two counties, and the score wa's" tied 2-2 in the seventh inning. Swea ran in five scores 'in an extra inning to win. Blanchard, of Lone Rock, pitched both the Bancroft and West Bend games, and Payne, of Swea, pitched the Britt games. Swea City will play either Fort Dodge or Boone some time this week. Roy Jensen's. They returned Sunday. Ernest' Jensen and 'Harlan Blanchard drove to Cedar Falte Sunday- to get Mra. Ernest Jenuen and children, who-haV«"been, vtalt- Ing at Muscatlne all week The Hugh Marlow family spent Sunday at the Clinton La Bar home at Austin, Minn. Frederick Schult* spent Saturday at Nora Springs at the Carl Zoller home. Mr. and Mrs. August Mlelke, of Wnlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MilleVahd, daughter, and a Mtos M«- ler' ; df'Mii*-a'ukce. visited Saturday at F. E. Mncumber's. Mr. and Mrs. .Ed Blerstedt, Evelyn and Leona, and Kathryn Stebrltz took Leona Blerstedt back to Sioux City last week Thursday to resume her training. * Mrs. Frederick Genrlch ,and children went to Welcome, Minn,, Sunday to visit relatives. They 'returned this Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur Sprank and Miw. Ralph' Thompson . served at the Auxiliary meeting last week Wednesday. G. A. Sharp and eon Russell, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hancock drove to Sioux City Monday on business. Mrs. John Rath and Neva and Lawrence visited at Curlew Sunday. Lawrence stayed for a longer visit. Harriett FTeh, who has spent a week at Oscar Baring's, returned to her home at' Whittemore Sunday. Florence Tagety of Decorah, visited Saturday and Sunday at the Mrs. William Thompson home, The Forest Rouses, of Spencer, visited Mrs. Rouse's parents, the William Krausca, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs; Fred Flaig are parents of a son, Kenneth Joseph, born last Thursday afternoon. " The N. L. Cottons took Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter Nor- nm to Ames Monday. The Frank Flaigs attended a a Hooeier picnic at Kanawha Sunday. Total Life Protection of and Property — a. Police deoartment b. Fire department - Total '1,565.75 3.425.00 2,322.14 1,365.00 $ 24.4S3.S9 3,044.25 540.00 ? 3,584.25 2,324.17 1,991.20 1,769.70 ?19,S89.71 180.00 1,647.04 $ 1,827.04 941.14 3,330.98 3,500.00 $51,044.40 120.00 1,193.17 $ l,313.fl.7 249.60 6,887.93 3,425.00 7,591,84 1,365.00 $05,588.00 3,344.25 3,380.21 $ 6,724.46 3,514.91 $95.388.00 $ fi,724.4ti Total 5. Street. Department— a. General expense to. Street cleaning — c. Paving g. Street grading — k. Miscellaneous S 2,324.17 S 941.14 610.09 2,075.21 4,821.89 1,015.22 3,622.98 355.27 f 249.60 | 347.14 776.74 77.15 3,514.01 $ 3,032.44 5,698.63 1.092.37 3,622.98 355.27 3,514.1)1 $ 10.525.45 $ 2,075.21 $ 1,201.03 $13,801.69 ?13,Sl)l.-69 Bonds Pd. Interest PJ. 6. General Bonds— b. Municipal Industry bonds 1,000.00 c. Spec txl assessments 7,600.00 1,671.13 f. Miscellaneous --- 20,558.40 Miscl. Total 1,000.00 9,271.18 20,558.40 Total - S 28,158.40 $ 2,671.13 $30,829.53 $30,329.53 7. Miscellaneous— a. Transfers 35,000.00 ToUl 35,000.00 35,000.00 8. Grand total of expenditures for year ending March 31st, 1931-?1S6,SS2.11 lp. Balance of cash on hand March 31st, 1931 122,642.02 Sunday evenln Milwaukee. Mrs. William Higgins, Anna Zita Cullen, and John Cullen went to Sioux City last weelt Tuesday to visit Rosella Hlgglns. They were accompanied bj- Patricia Weir, who had spent a vacation here. Mrs. William Nissen, who is at George Meyer's, east of town, returned Friday afternoon from six weeks at Gus and Con Nissen's, Belmond, "Bill" Nissen's, Renwick, and with Lu Verne relatives. Harriett Fish has returned from a week at the Otis B. Fish home,, Wesley. Otis and Harriett are sister and brother. Delores Finnell has returned from a visit with relatives at Mason City. Mrs. Caroline Telt'ord, of Ottosen and her daughter Gladys went home last week Tuesday, after visits with the former's aunts, Mrs. H. F Baas, Mrs. H, C. Meyer, and Mrs G. W. Wehrspan Mrs. Thomas \Veir and her daugh ter are at Wyndmere, N. D., visit ing the. former's parents, airs Weir's husband and Donald, son o Mr. and Mrs. M. C, Weir, took he to Wyndmere. The Harold Kueckers, the "Bill Ruriehs, the A, D. Brogans, and th Gerald Gragas drove to Corwith Sunday evening to attend a nigh ball game between the Bayside Cubs and Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell. Blue Earth, spent last week Wednesday here. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordes, who had been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Frank Bell. Esther Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner, Is here from Chicago for a vacation; also Lullte, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith, who likewise hails from Chicago. Alfred Monskey, Waterloo, is visiting Frank Behnke at Albert Behnke's. The boys are former roommates at the Concordia Teach- Vfeitinjr in South — K. J. Womack, depot agent here. and his- family left Saturday evening from iBurt for points iiv Arkansas and' to. visit Mr. Womafflk'.* pair*- ents at Grayson, La. They planned to be gone two. weeks. W. O, Clanaham, Stratford;, has charge of th,e station during Mr. Womack's ab- Dliuier Honor* CaCfornuuni— 'Mr. and Mrs. A. Warner entertained Sudaiy In honor of Mr. and! Mrs. Kerr, Los Angeles, who> left for home MfMMlay. 'Attending were Mrs. Anna Nemmers, the M. J/. Ntem- mers family, the Clarence Acker- nans', the Ves Nemmers and Clarence Nemmers, all ot 'Bancroft. Lnkota Is Defea»eil 9-8— The Lone Rock-Lakota game Sunday was slow and uninteresting, and *vas won 9-3 by Lone Rock. Sims and Hancock was the battery for Lone Rock, and Lichliter and Underdahl for Lakota. Other games scheduled include Algona next Sunday, Bsthervllle next Wednesday, and the Sioux Falls Canaries Saturday. The Lone Rock club has won eight and lost three games this season. William Roeber; of Whittemore, Is building the new county shed, Less than • Dollar's Worth of Material would have Saved a Good Milch Cow It alwayt eoiti MORE not to repair than lo do to. Led'ynrii farm Bureau M**ts,— A general Farm Bureau meeting was held a t Gus Torino's Friday night. The band gave a. short con cert, after which Adah Telkamp reported her recent 4-H trip to Ames. ineh of ice cream, ciite. and pie was served by the 4 H girls. Swalvtt Brothers Sister Dies— Otto and John Swalve received word last Thursday of the death of their sister, Mrs. George Rippen trop, near Titonka. She left nine children, one a tiny baby. The Otto Swalves and John attended the funeral Sunday. Church Kec-^vcs New Members— Pour new members were taken into the Methodist church Sunday morning: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ol- REPAIRS COST' LESS NOW! She was one of the beet cowa on the farm but she got out through a flimsy Kato into n corn field ono day when the family waa away from homo. When they cnme back in the ovenine it was too late. Children's Party Is Planned—' The Legion Auxiliary held Its •egular monthly meeting last week Wednesday at the Legion hall. Bills for the entertainment of the county Auxiliary were allowed, and a party 'or all ex-soldier's children was discussed and planned for August. Mrs. Arthur Sprank and Mrs. Ralph Thompson served refreshments. •-- Injured by Feed Grinder— Ralph Reidel, who operates a feed grinder at Spencer, fell into the grinder backward Saturday and had the flesh and tendons of hie hips badly torn. He is a patient now in a Spencer hospital. The Clarence Householders went to see him Sunday. Storm I)amag-e«; Schoollionse— f (,.'.,. Last week Tuesday the storm damaged the southwest corner oi the schoolhouee. It was insured and the company is having it repaired by a Mr. Wright, of Cleat Lake. Protect Your Property! Unprotected property mcann waste whether it applies to live stoefc or bulldingi. Don't ncgieiit it. Eomember there hasn t been a batter time to. boy needed bulldinc materials in years. WHVWAIT AND PAY MOM? BOTSFOH1) LRHBER COMPANY H. J. Poolv Managers Phone 256 Algona 11. Grand totnl for year ending March 31st, 1931 $309,524.13 KEPOKT OK MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS* )« Total Amount Amount j? Amount Issued ' Outstand- During ing April Year Character of Obligation— 1, 1330 1. General Bond $ 4,000.00 2. Municipal Industry Bond* — 28,000.00 1. Special Assessment Bonds —-$ 23,300.00 Paid During Year rett. All except Mrs. Barrett were by transfer of letter Horsey Son Hus Coiivubtions— Vernon, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorsey, was attacked Saturday by convulsions. Doctor Devine was called, and the boy Is now much better. A. D. IJlmer Back on Job— A. D. Ulmer, depot agent, is on duty here again, after i-eturnlng from Eagle Grove, where ^he was Two Ribs Broken in Fall— Mrs. Jorgenson fell one day last week while she was hunting eggs and broke two ribs. She is under Doctor Sommers' care. BEE SUPPLIES A full line of Bee Supplies. Get them of G. E. Van Dorston, having moved to north end of N. Minnesota street, which is first street east of paved street leading to Burt. To eet MORE EGGS the ye»r wound, give your hens the benefit of these Ideal sanitary iteel neett. We have supplied • number of poottrymen in this locality with these fauoui Jameaway Neit* and with you couU hear the nice thlngi they •ay about them—how they have solved their lice mmd mite problem—how easy they are t» keep clean—how their hen« •how their appreciation by laying more cgKB. QMK in and let us ihow you thli neat tad other Jamaway Equipment for •oultrnM* omitting of Feeden, Water* tra* Btc» Behrend's Hatchery M, Iowa ers college, Chicago. The Carl Horisens, except Joan, Amount Outstanding March 31, 1931 1,000.00 $ 3,000.00 1,000.00 27,000.00 $ 7,600.00 $15,700.00 VALDATIOW OK IMIOPEIITY SUBJECT TO TAXATION On Assessment of January 1, 1980. Class of Property— Taxable Value Assessed Value 1. Real property % 535,712 $2,142,848 2. Personal property 97,142 3SS.568 I. Railroad property 34,554. 138,210 4, Telephone and telegraph property 4,97« 19.904 6. Express companies -46 184 Total - —$ 672,430 6. Moneys and Credits —$ 1,007,727 2,089,720 Toe Itch Athlete's Foot and Hand Iteh Why suffer from the queer skin jlseaae causing c toe* and feat, cracl disease causing severe toe* and feat, cracking, peeling blisters. Ringworm, Trench Foot or .. itching "of ?, peeling »kin. Crotcb Itch, when you can avoid K«cU0n and Quickly heal your skin i»Hh Dr. Nixon's Nhwdermr Bawd] »the PILES T An old Chinese Proverb says, "Kin* In 10 suffer from piles,'; but the paid and itchlne of blind, protruding OB bleeding piles .usually {ire alleviate* within a few 1 minutes by .soothing, healing Dr. Nlxon'» Chlnarold, fortK lied with a rare, Imported Chinese Herb, having amailng power to ra« luce swollen tissues. It's the new* set and fastest ••-••• p>u can Dealing action. "Don't "deiayr Act Ifi time to avoid a dangerous and co§U operation. Try Pr. Nlxon-i! China* returned Friday from Des Moines and Holstein visits. Joan remained with her grandparents at Des Moines. Leona Haag, R. N., Sioux City, and Augusta Haag, Centerville, S. D., spent last week with their mother, Mrs. P. Haag. The Ferdinand Heises, Easton Minn., spent Sunday With Mrs Heise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs an< their daughters Helen and Haze lia evgone to Colorado for three weeks with relatives. Mrs. A. H. Lunsman, Mason City and her children, Mason City, cam recently to visit the former's mothr Mrs. H. B. Meyer. Mrs. Joseph Walters, her daugh ter Geneva, and Mary Gappa go home last wfcek Tuesday fron visits at Mexico, Mo. , The Maurice Mallorys are dow in southern Iowa, visiting relative Maurice works at the Cavanaug drug store. Anna Zita Cullen, newspaper em ploy« at Richmond, Mich., is visi ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Rosella- Oliver, on Finger is Lanced— Mra. Ed Juunkermier had Docor Devine, Bancroft, lance a felon n one of her fingers Saturday. Other Ledyard. Mrs. Henry Gray, of Baxter, and r children, Sandy, Buddy, and Dorothy, came Saturday for a short visit with the daughter, Mrs. Glenn ieyse. Dorothy remained for a onger visit, the rest going back Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Moulton .spent last week Wednesday evening and Thursday at the Okobojls with the L. w. Weimers, who had a cot tage there. The. 'Weimers came home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dunham, Wa terloo, \yho had been at Templars Park several days, stopped here to of the Champion ,. . roid under our guarantee to §»tisl* completely andT»e worth 100 UOM« Uut wAfti)f»*M« me mowK *>**» B, w, ^irwf'S VW9 office, went to Waseca, Minn., one day last -week to visit relatives. Helen Farrell Is at home from Forest City for a vacation with her mother, Mrs. Nell Farrell. George- Carmody, saxaphonist, played at a dance at Pocahontas last week Monday night. The Ray Thompsons, Scranton, NOW ONE MAN LOST 22 POUNDS Mr. Herman Runkis, of Detroi writes: "A few lines of thank from a rheumatism sufferer 7— M first bottle of Kruschen Salts too all of the aches and swellings ou of my joints — with my -first bottle went on a diet and lost 22 pounc and now feel like a new man," To lose fat safely and quickly take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of -hot water before breakfast every morning—an 85 cent bottle lasts 4 weeks " or any TAX LEVIES Made lu August, 1930. For "What Purpose Levied— Levy in * Mllla 1. General Fund 2. Grading 3. Water, .5. , ^ Consolidated 4. Light, .3. 5. Sewer 6. City Improvement 14. Fire maintenance 1.5 15. Fire equipment J . 1.5 Library building , 5. 28. Park ^ 2.5 37. Band . ,. , 2. 38. Road drag ... , ,1, 39. Swim pool . . 3.8 Total . , ,-48.3 NEW FORD I. TOWN SEDAN DE LUXE SEDAN CONVERTIBLE SEDAN \ DE LUXE TUDOR VICTORIA CABRIOLET THE most striking fine car types ever offered at such low price* are now being presented by Ford dealer*, These are the six newest, de luxe creations of ti»7| Ford Motor.Company. They are designed and kilf * to meet every need of the automobile buyer whow desire for motoring luxury and outstanding perform. ance is tempered with round economy. ' Get the facts about these fine cars. Compare theit lithe, clean-cut style with any you have ever created in your own imagination. Learn about the deluxe materials with which each car is trimmed and uphol-.; etered, and how carefully these are tailored. Sit and ride in the wide, restful seats and you will realize that just as no restrictions have been put on uiecbn- Seal performance, so no limits have been placed on comfort and beauty. There is much to interest the careful buyer—a choice of sparkling colors, a variety of rich upliol< etery materials r Rustless Steel, safety glass, Houdailla double-acting shock absorbers,' one-piece welded steel wheels, slanting windshields, and many other feature! | •which make the-Ford a happy investment. ma-f 23. 5. 3. Amount of Levies $15,465 3,243 2,017 1,008 l.OOS 3,361 1,680 1,344 671 2,555 LIST OF OFFICERS AND GJJKEHAL INFORMATION Name o£ city, Algona; population (census 1930), 3,987. Date of first Incorporation, 1872; date of second incorporation, 1888. Number of square miles in the corporation, 2. • iv.ry d.d «nd moth.r ,r, d.l^hl.d to joy* of lovad on«» *way from horn*, by Salary Term Per Ex- Officers— Annum pires Mayor, C. F. Specht f 600 1933 Clerk, Adah Carlson — 1740 Treas., H. M. Hauberg- 40 Solicitor, J. li. Bonar — 60 City Supt, J. W. JCelly. 8300 1933 1933 193? 1933 Councilman— W. A. White _.., W. A. Foster __ Frank Kohlhaas C. Herman _, Frank Geigel Tom Kain Salary Term Per Ex- Annum plres 1933 1933 1933 1933 1933 1933 DISTANCE VALUE OF MUNICIPAL POSSESSIONS have been visltjns Mrs. Thompsons mother, Mrs. A. it at B. drug store to America. If not JoyiuUy satisfied first Validations .— % 60,000 I. Municipal Buildings— (a) Land and bulidtngs — . ------------- ... ________ . ,3. Fir« Department— (^) Apparatus apd other prpperty ----------------------- 1000( , 5. Equipment of streets and alley? -. --------- „, ' (a) Ljpjd ajijuS b U Ud|n^ S IW aijd 76,900 20,000 10,000 IN POST • * You «n Ulk Ihr,, minut.. dwf «. TO . .nd 7 p. oO r' » for 39 f t nti; 7O 100 «vii i* « d « $9*1 T>TTyp P* "t*i 1 *?' W'"''*t i tfj ,„ , ,.

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