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Pocahontas Record (Newspaper) - July 17, 1919, Pocahontas, Iowa 36 NO. 14 JULY 17, 1919 COUNTY oil stove with the patent You This stove burns 400 gallons of air to one of kerosene oil and makes a ' amount of blue flame directly in contact with cooking Perfect riost economical Cooks at much less iost and than any other stove or any other in this stove and let us demonstrate it for Easily operated and to see this stove before you We Lawn LOAN TRUST of of Title to all Lands and Town Lots in Pocahontas LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF Some wad some powers the giftie gie 'em To see their widows as others see and you But you may leave Your wife of today may be your widow next a widow 30 years dependent on the fortune you to make but or made and Would your widow of next WMk bs if better is the time to do some Count up your assets get low wring out the over against them your get high add your creditors your if you have one She wants a is Then add enough for you were better did you? Better for you to ind out now than your widow later a put away your pencil Figure up the on such net get low Now deduct isn't spent five times that last How could your widow buy for dollar what has cost you five nr ' is all your widow will have for she can't practice write plan keep a store or Your ability to do any of these will be buried with But I'm not dead perhaps you All the better for You have time and opportunity left to quadruple that dollar if you Can t afford If you can't do without say how could she do without If your wore reduced 10 per cent couldn't you live on the per you would have to Uve on 90 per cent. Better invest the other 10 per cent in providing for of your Income would pay rost of continuing several times of your Income annually or D. for Pocahontas County agriculture was supposed to be theoretical study by a bunch oC spectacled professors who did most of their farm Ing on df that typo could bo called moans ac cording to true and ail knowledge is based on actual human Theories of agriculture that have not been put to the test on actual under Just such conditions as the average farmer has to are no good at This is perfectly understood by the agricultural who almost Invariably are practical agriculture experiments should be carried out under average An experiment station farm should never be a merely exhibition It should not be located on some extra fertile on which crops are sure to prosper even under adverse It should be placed on average where just the same difficulties will have to be met that the average farmer has to And no doubt in most cases this is the farmers around Pocahontas are doing the best they can to apply the principles communicated by the They are great ly helped by the which all favor scientific methods and popularize them so far as difficulty encountered by the average farmer is simply that he is so burdened by tiie cares and labors of his calling that he hasn't time to study agricultural science as he would like The time will come when it will be considered as necessary tor a farmer to have the advantage in of competent technical instruction iu as for a lawyer to attend a law This is no doubt impossible for the present which is endeavoring to pick up the lessons of science as rapidly as possible under existing Notes Will be coats a lot of real money to run the best and biggest government on earth in the best country on for the best people on And just now our Uncle Sam has a big bundle of unpaid bills to foot up before he gets his soldiers all home and liis lighting machinery all put He needs like any good business concern is willing to pay for the use of it. Liberty loans are now a thing of the But the Treasury department lias evolved a substitute for the bond issue which will give people a safe investment in government A good many people during the war found out for the first time what a government bond really and what a good safe investment it have even a better form of investment In the new issue of and war savings stamp certificates it offers a security as convenient to handle as a paying better 4 per cent compounded every three or or 4.35 per cent and one that cannot depreciate in which has the additional value of on ten days For the man or woman who prefers to lend his government money at good interest than to use it for gambling in oil or other speculative stocks the new and savings certificates are a mighty good pet Can yoo of a loan can get Best Kind of Beading Harry the thrifty genius of makes the following pertinent the reck less spending of money as criminal and shun the reckless neatly but not a bank pays better interest than your toward your purse as you would toward your best Don't throw away the they are as nourishing as is exhilarating to feel money in your pocket than beer in your your amuse ments you will enjoy them bank book makes good than some Kenyon of has been made chairman of an important com the committee on education and There is much significance attached to Senator Ken yon has been anxious for a long time see legislation for the ui education and believe there is an opportunity to help bring about some of the best and most constructive legislation the country has seen for many says Mr. roads are coming to but Just when and what kind they will will probably depend on soil conditions where roads are to be The vast sums of money that are yearly being expended on dirt roads seems to be a yet the roads are the traveled arteries of a country and must be kept in good condition in this day and age of men in khaki who are coming probably before they went abroad paid little attention to politics that is outside of voting made no study of It. Now they are going to be a potential factor in the politics of the country and the map who did straight in of them had better retire from the political They are not very old but they R. Goddark of the king dye maker of the United has bought a team of Morgans for paid and all the expenses of James and his son ot in taking them It was the first team Mr. Goddark ever bought unwen but he baa ordered another to be delivered with blue ribbons on after the state Sinclair was a business visitor in on A. was looking after business interests in on and Mrs. Adolph and two children were passengers for Des and Martin are the parents ot a new born July 9tb. P. D. Richards and little arrived home last from an eight weeks visit with relatives in famous 168th Regimental which is now making a tour oi the state gave concerts in Storm Tuesday afternoon and IT Secure a catalog of Cedar Valley Commercial before deciding as to the school you will patronize next Marge Acheson is enjoying a two weeks respite from her duties in tile Democrat and is at the home of her parents in West Bronton us from New York City that he saw President Wilson and Mrs. Wilson in the big parade and that it was surely a great very pleasantly surprised his when he came for a few days He recently returned from overseas and has received his honorable Curtis and Mrs. Eva M. of Des have been the past two weeks at the home ot the Mrs. Will D. in Grant Hudson and Paul Blake drove to Lake where they spent a couple ot days with friends of tlie former from Des Moines who were in camp at Iowa's famous summer special meeting of Pocahontas No. 112, I. O. O. will be held on July 18, at 9 for degree work Ail members are urged to he N. heavy wind and rain storm passed over this Sunday night between nine and ten The storm came from the Some damage was done to oats and corn blowing the grain J. Schaack of the painter who worked here several dropped into town Monday to see some of his John has been in France for some time and is glad to get back to the good old S. number of our people who drove to Twin Sunday were caught in the heavy rain on their way home in the but all reached home without accident though the roads were pretty bad for driving came from Des Moines last and will assist his A. R. in the plumbing The youn g man has just been discharged from the having spent a little over two years In Uncle Sam's are in receipt of a copy of the address given by Senator H. S. Van Alstine of Gllmore at the meeting the Iowa Farm Mortgage which was held in Des June 13. Senator Van Alstine is president of the League Institute is to be held at the M. E. Camp Grounds on West Okoboji this year July 14 to 20. The local chapter will send dele This is a nation wide institute and noted from all parts of the country will be Peterson and home Sunday night driving two new Overland cars which they went to Kansas City to Oscar says he even get new cars from The trip was about tour hundred miles but he had to have the and Mrs. George H. Logan drove to for a short visit with They returned Sunday night and had a muddy trip from Mr. and A. Barnes of S. D. also drove to this place and will spend the week at the Logan Trenary arrived for a thirty days visit with the home He came from the Canal Zone where he has been located for some He does not expect to get his discharge papers until next Lyle has been In the service tor about two and one-half of The new American Legion is worthy ot sympathetic consideration ot all good It is an of tlie veterans of the greatest war in all in America bore an honorable and part. It wli keep alive tlie memories of the gallantry and bravery of the Americans who responded to the call to make the world a decent place to live and many ot gave up their lives on for eign soil for the great It will see that the graves of those made the supreme sacrifice on the bloody fields of France and or in the uttermost parts of the earth are tenderly guarded and cared is charged witli a great mission and the new organization of four million is not to be a political We want no more ot the mawkish bunk of either fearing or catering to the as a organization can the American Legion do its best Its able leaders know this In a day when men are fast deserting unworthy party emblems to stand for what they think the soldier organization will have a wide hail the had to come and it is coming strong and are at the head of the and better men than those in the ranks exist nowhere in the are the pick of the in nerve and in best in point of in dis and best among all the nations who won tire great is still a fight in Democracy is never only being made Eternal without regard to fear or favor is to be the spirit ot the American How Does at the question often is is it not? If a man stands well his words carry He is a factor in the will stand well at the bank if he or she deposits surplus are opening new accounts system of loans and interest is liberal and invite a First National Biggest Pig Modestly answering to the name Great Wonder I there iiv es and flourishes one mile west of Algona the biggest pig in the world says a special to the Des Moines Because the pig measures feet from the end ot its nose to the end of its tail and it now weighs 11000 pounds this claim has never been The owner James though the animal several years ago for 25 has refused one offer of and he could not afford to sell him for In spite of the notoriety this animal has attained he still remains a good He doesn't go in for these new tangled such as serums and baths and blue His owner fondly believes he could have all the blue ribbons but the Great Wonder I Am does not care tor traveling and has never been exhibited at a single fair or People come to see and there Is hardly a goes by that some visitors do not call to see this priceless Can Follow weather conditions have been favorable thus far for seeding alfalfa in August on land from small grain crop has been This method has always given good results at a small expense when rains liave been sufficient to provide the necessary moisture for germinating the According to the farm crops department ot Iowa State College thousands of acres of alfalfa have been seeded on such land in Iowa in past years but considerable work is necessary to Insure satisfactory grow ing stubble should be as soon as possible after cutting the small then plowed to a medium depth pulverizing and farming the soil immediately to prevent the loss of Frequent cultivations until seeding time will usually provide a good seed Dinsmore of the Rock Island informs us that he has given up his project of taking any excursionists to the Yellowstone this but already is beginning to formulate plans for two excursions to the Park during July and August of next Mr. Dinsmore is one of the most popular conductors on the road and has taken several parties to the Park in the a numbers of the members of parties being people wbo cannot say too much for the treatment received at Dinsmore's His excursions are always popular and when he is ready to do his booking for next is no doubt that there will be some from Pocahontas wiio will want to go with Clark and Miss Betsy united in marriage at Mason on July lat. They visit ed several days at the home ot the bride's mother at and in last Mr. and Mrs. receiving the congratulations and wishes of their friends to which the Record adds its 1.00 of the Arms of drinking fountains Jn Kot their of Tnut * Happy Waterloo with plows 1 with load of aew will arrive in a few yow orden with ni early ai we arc the will not ike t o. town of population 823, claims to be the smallest town in the state with eight privately own ed airplanes in it. Six of these bo long to Donaldson formerly army aviators and well known Iowa automobile race who conduct a circus and the other two belong to the Aero A regular passenger route has been established for taking passengers on trips about Lake The cost is for the round Five Year against cracking or every the grates the Green COLONIAL PipeleSs it is seldom necessary for any part to be for Greens Dome Hoat Is built to last for It is cast heavier to give extra strength to parts that ordinarily give out It is a pleasure to be able to offer you this quality furnace with its many efficient and econ o m i c a 1 ' The Green COLONIAL Pipeless Furnace merits your careful iti and let us explain its many Dome Heat fire separate grate bars and It will help you choose the RIGHT could handle any furnace but we the Groon the special session of the legislature held on July 2, Scott H. of Storm formerly of the Pomeroy was elected chief clerk of the House of Representatives to succeed W. C. secretary of state the first of Mr. McClure has been connected with the House as reading clerk for the two previous garden containing 100 acres is a part of the work being done by prisoners in the state reformatory at This institution has 2300 under 600 being planted in 600 in small 100 in 100 in 30 in cane and 20 in The remainder clover and the report that comes to the Lake Park News la true B. a former resident of that can live on it Is that he cleaned up 182,700 on the prize m oa the winning Cash and Prompt Service at Our us and Possible A. 26
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