The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1937 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 2, 1937
Page:
Page 14
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 14 article text (OCR)

% The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Dee. 2,1937 jer . _ „ _i^ F. ««•"•« uaagu Street :*' . HA< ? 3AR ? * **• n - CALLER, Publishers Class Matter at the Postoffice at .f act of Congress of March 8,1879 Issued Weekly Member Iowa Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES ttr KOSSUTH CO.! One Tear, in Advance .............. «i M Upper Des Molnes and Kossuth County'Ad- yance In combination, per year .. jjgo SCBSCRIWION RATES OUTSIDE KOSSUTH One Year In advance ............... « 2J5 A Opper DM Molnes and Kossuth "cOTnty "Advance In combination, per year ...... , ................. $400 ADVERTISING RATES .................. Display Advertising, per Inch ........................... 350 Want Ads, payable In advance, word . ______ ...... ZZ.Je NEEDED— DEPT. OF CONSERVATION J. N. Darling's talk before some BOO people last week In the local high school auditorium, merely served to bring to a peak, the growing suspicion that not only ardent hunters and fishermen have felt for some time, but others who realize that con- serration is decidedly more important to this nation than catching fish or shooting rabbits. WOODROW WILSON—THE FARSIGHTED After the close of the World War, with political sentiment and a vicious press against him, Wtoodrow Wilson, then president, endeavored to drive hohie two points with regard to United States participation In a League of Nations. He pointed out that the world had two choices: 1—Formation of a world-wide league of nations with an international police force, to preserve order and keep belligerent nations In line, or— 2—A return to the purely nationalistic attitudes, where the we'ak nations are the prey of the strong. In the closing minutes of 1937, it would seem that Mr. Wilson knew what he was talking about The League has failed, partially because our support has been withheld. Yet we are as Involved in international affairs as If we belonged to the League. W e had our chance to help stem the tide of militarism, and turn our power to a useful purpose, possibly leading to a more permanent world peace! No need to mention China, Ethiopia and Spain, as spots where a truly powerful League of Nations might have brought order out of chaos, peace out of militarism and Imperilalsm.. Where are those bitter congressional foes of Wilson, and what are their ideas today for attempting to preserve world peace? The accounting is from them; Woodrow Wilson hoped to salvage something from the World War. He was defeated, and the world faces a much worse situation than it did in 1914. i. .• ^ .... - statement th at if the United States had deliberately planned to rob Itself as rapidly as possible of all natural resources, it could not have done a better job, can hardy be questioned. Mute evidence are the stumps in our forest areas, the dust bowl of the middle west, the flood that repeat themselves years after year In the south, and the disappearance of iron ore, coal and other mineral deposits as rapidly as man can make them disappear. And this doesn't even touch on the question of fishing and hunting, which have also seen their balmiest days. "Ding" has repeatedly cracked the present administration in his cartoons, and on the matter of conservation, he may be somewhere near right But what he says of the present Js true of past administrations as well, only more so. It took a democratic administration to appoint him to a position in connection with conservation work; we are sorry that developments caused him to resign. In Kossuth county alone, we see a group of local citizens on the one hand, interested In building dams propagating fish and game, and planting trees And at Bancroft a C. C. C. camp is located that according to reports, an to the exasperation of some local conservationists, is not only cleaning out drainage ditches, but cutting down all the trees and •belter along the side of the ditches. While glad to have the C. C. C. camp In Kossuth county, conservationists wonder why the Civilian Conservation Corps camp cannot be allowed to do conservation work instead of drainage work, which Is in exact reverse with respect to conservation. The C. C. C. leaders and boys do as they are ordered; it is not their fault- but the situation is pernjexlng. ' The above point is merely to show that the nation as a whole needs a coordinated department of conservation. Until we get such a department, well ordered and free from the worst elements of politics, our great democracy will go right on, feeding off the fat of the land, without regard to Its effect In the future. Fenfon's Osteopath Relocate* at Burt Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson, who had practiced osteopathy 2% yeafs at Fenton, lias moved to Burt. He rented the Han sen house and has opened an office there. The doctor Is married but has no children. He was graduated from the osteopathic college at Klrksvllle, Mo., where he studied six years and spent another year as interne. Dr. J. O. Clapsaddle, of the regular school of medicine, has been Hurt's only physician since the death of Dr. W. T. Peters. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Leave name and address at Advance office. Phone 254 gtf THE NEW 1938 ZENITH RADIOS May Be Purchased on Convenient Budget Plan at THOMAS Radio Service Irvington, Iowa Phone 12F12 Liberal Trade-in Allowance GET UP NIGHTS? FLUSH KinjTRTS WITH Jurlper oil, buchu leaves, etc. Make this simple test If passage Is scants-, Irregrular, smarts, or burns, have frequent desire, get up nights or If kidneys are sluggish causing backache. Use Juniper oil, buchu leaves, etc., made Into little green tablets called Bukets to flush the kidneys, just as you would use castor oil to llush the bowels. Help nature eliminate troublesome waste and excess acids. Ask any druggist for the test box of Bukets. locally at Lusby's, Algona. Den ton Drug Store, Tltonka. Bob LaBarre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre, has adopted a Scotch burr and swings the hammer on one of those big drums in the University of Iowa's kiltie band . . . Kohlhaas and Spllles donated a stove for use in the warming house down at the soft water skating pond . . . Chief complaints received during the past few months (1- Saturday afternoon closing of the postoffice (2) Lack of street signs (3) failure of Hotel Algona addition to be built . . . No. 1 we understand, is federal ruling; No. 2, we understand, is about to be remedied; No. 3, we'll guess with you . . . The Frank darks of Garner contemplate a trip to California—they just sold their paper, making Garner again a one newspaper community . . . One of the unsung businesses of some consequence is the wholesale automobile supply business centering in Algona, through the Greenberg Auto Supply, Arnold Motor, and Kent Motor . . . The John Baldwins are moving to Missouri . . . Harvey Ingham led off his Nov. 25th article in the Register with a quote from The Algona Upper Des Moines Doc Meyers was a guest of his co-worker, Klwan- ian Andrews, at that club's luncheon—Doc Andrews was a guest of his co-worker, Rotarian Meyers, both being received In rival clubs with goodnat- ured hisses. If a hiss can sound good-natured Luke Linnan played golf, Thanksgiving Day . . '. "Toughy" Anderson's first name is Neal, and he isn't crazy about it . . .Dave Phillips counld't stand to drive his car after the unfortunate incident in which Barbara Haggard was injured; he traded It for a new machine ... the attorney .general's office-has ruled as Illegal the giving away of prizes by chance In merchants' trade.programs, effective Nov. 25th . , ,„,, ™—^™r ,,.-».•<» -»*»&««!«-: .osaHKSagSs; "I7ie Life Of The Parly" &-i«aU Beady to serve at a moment's notice. Yes Pepsi-Cola cools EVERYTHING* ™ fri|rerator ' and fa OOOD ^"TH Order Pepsi-Coia from your dealer. Drink Pepsi-Cola everyday. Sold everywhere. DOUBLE SIZE— DOUBLE QUALITY DISTRIBUTED BY Fort Dodge Bottling Works PUBLIC AUCTION As I have rented my land I will sell at public auction on my farm 3 miles north and V/ 2 miles wesf of Algona the following described property, on Thurs. Dec* 9 Sale Commencing at 12:30 Lunch on Grounds IO Head of Horses IO One team well matched black geldings coming 3 years old, wt. 2f50; 1 brown gelding, coming 6 years old, wt. 1600; l«grey gelding coming 5 years old, wt. 1750; 1 bay mare smooth mouth, weight 1350; 1 roan gelding 9 years old, wt. 1500; 1 bay mare 8 years old, wt. 1300; 1 bay gelding, 9 years old, wt. 1200; 1 grey gelding, wt. about 1500; 1 sucklking colt. IO Head of Cattle Seven head Holstein milch cows. Some fresh. Others to bg|fri Three heifer calves 10 months old. ' ••'•*?*'. :,-. '«*&> I- 2O Head of Duroc Jersey Gilts Machinery -• ,,, 1 Black Hawk spreader, 8 ft. Peering binder, 9 ft. John Deere disc, 2 row, John Deere cultivator, 1 row John Deere cultivator, 13 inch John Deere gang plow, International corn planter with 80 rods wire, steel truck wagon, hay rake, hayrack, 5ft. mower, endgate seeder, fanning mill, drag cart, wagon and box, Parmalltractor, 1 tractor cultivator, platform scale, two 30 gallon iron kettles, lard press, John Deere cream separator, cream cans, 50 Ib. anvil, set of breeching harness, set of light harness, fly nets, collars, feed bunk, feed grinder, 200 feet hay rope and other articles. TERMS—Gash, or make arrangements with the clerk for time. No property to be removed until settled for. George Kohl Lou Matern, Auct. Iowa State Bank, Clerk. WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS AT SMALL COST SUIT SALE Sky High Values! Rock Bottom Prices! • New Merchandise! An Unusual Event! SUITS Regular $18.50, $22.50 Suite, All New Suite, Variety of Styles, Weaves S1C.85 Regular $24.50 and $27.50 Suit., made $01.85 21 Regular $30 and $32.50 Values, Made by Michaels-Stern 26 .85 Regular $35 Suite, Made by Michaels- Stern now $85 29 O'COATS Regular $12.50 Overcoats, Blue Meltons, Half Belts, 100 Percent Wool $Q.85 Regular $18.50 and $20 Boucles, Mohairs, Half and Full Belts $14-85 Regular $22.50 Overcoats, Made by Curlee, New Styles, Double, Single Breast $14.85 16 Regular $24.50, $27.50, Finest Tailoring, Genuine Alpaca Fleeces, Full Line $O1.85 21 A Personal Guarantee Wo perboiuilly guujLautee that every Suit uud Overcoat in Ulia sole it. ucw full merchandise. Sale Begins Wednesday, Dec. 1, Continuing for 10 Days NISBACH CLOTHING CO FOR MEN'S WEAR Convince Yourself I All we auk i» that you look at the*e uarvekHM bargain*. Hertfn the year-. Event uraMmnrtanmfrffjff

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page