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PAGE SIX AflVANC& ALdONA. JOWA . JANUARY 6, 1932 , tot of March 2, 1S79. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION blame for the deflation, while he ie not ns responsible for it as the loan company. We know a north Tama BNTBHRD AS SECOND CLASS man with a farm clear of incum- tnatter December 31, 190S, at the brnnce and money to Invest. He Fostofflee at Algona, Iowa, under the wanUj m()re ](m(Jj but wl] , not buy as long as the law allows a loan ^K^th^cou^r^omc;;-and | company to foreclose a mortgage, bordering postoffloes at Armstrong, 'bid in the farm for less than the Bode, Brltt, Buffalo Center, Cor-| amoun t O f the claim and get a defl- with, Cylinder, Elmore, . HutcF { 1i1 ^: j olency judgment against the unfor- •tcd ert Rod e man, Stllson, West Bend, i tunate debtor, thus tying up any and'woden, year $2.00 other property the harrassed credi- I—To all other U. S. Postoffices. tor may have, which he earned, per- year * 2l8 i haps, wholly aside from the farm in ALL subscriptions for papers polns! P0n t|-nvprav " to points within the county and r>nt-| "•' UVL ' Jof-the-county points named under No. There may be two sides to this, The Col yum let's Jfot bo too D— A Serious R IMPROVING- PRESIDENT (Hoover for using a plural verb with a singular subject in his recent message, the Algona Advance eays: At The Call Theatre A Review of the Recent Talkies by T. H. C. T HIS IS THE SEASON when critics are picking the ".best" plays, the best talkies, the best athletes, of the past year. It is a useless procedure, a waste of time, tout everybody is a victim of the foibles of our "Oh, Mr. Hoover, how that will | mot i ern civilization, so we join the pain your old teacher at West mcn . y throng of morons and give Branch! Don't you remember, Her- 1 above are considered continuing but U± ! side. .. ls not easy to see the other When a mortgage is given the bert, how, when we were touslehead- ot l boys, with slate bordered in red , th blnck cor<1 nn fl pencil wrapped In colors Usher's discretion. Subscriptions going mortgagee evidently values the ]ike a Barber's pole, and with handy to non-county point* nit njimerl ( under prO pcrty at a figure at least equal to ' ' r. the amount of the mortgage. If by b ,nonth rag or sponge tied to the slate with how we ation of time paid for, If not renewed.; the time the mortgage is due t" e jh a d to diagram sentences in gram- but time for payment will be extenrled j ] aiK i has declined to a lower figure, | m claeg f)n{1 tllc sll bject, hang the " '"""•""* '" "" m " B - i why should the mortgagor stand the i cUu]se to y and make the ver b ! whole loss? It would seem to be , agl . ee wlt)l the subject in person and If requested In writing-. you herewith a list of what we consider the best talkies of 1932. It is necessarily limited to the movies we have reviewed at the Call, which excludes such successes as Grand Hotel, (Farewell to Arms, and others a pleasant evening's entertainment, which te, we believe one of the fundamentals of the noble art of • the cinema. A roster of directors and actors and actresses looks like the personnel of several producing Hollywood companies. Manageress Rice thought enough of the show to play it three nights, and we trust her judgment was good. N EW YEAR'S EVE was duly cele- •brated at the Call with a large and happy audience taking part In not booked here. The list Is given festivities which 'began at 11:30' p. regardless of order of excellence. I m. and continued till well after 1 a. THE 3IKSSAWE OP TII.K NEW «lmple justice that the mortgagee Iiumber 7" TEAK IS HOPE AND FAITH j should at least take the land at the valuation that was put upon it for The year IMS opens on a troubled ]oan purpos&s when the mortgage, earth. After more than three years was ma(]e This mav not be 60un( j i and somebociy si That was all right. The president bu tell him, but the world is still in the grip of de- ]nw but lt cel -tainly 'looks like compression. Hundreds of millions of (human beings arc. in distress. No one Jias been exempt from loss. That the rich have boon hit no less than the poor is indicated by the announcement that the number of million- dollar incomes has shrunk from more than 500 to fewer than 75. mon sense. Timely Topics Regardless of partisan considerations, every patriotic lowan wishes What are the prospects as wo be- the new democratic officials well as we can't help wondering what kind of a sissy crowd Editor Dewel ran with—"with handy rag or sponge tied to the slate with a string"—and we hope Herbert was not tangled up with any rags or sponges tied to slates. We can call Moscrlp, of the Marshalltown Times-Republican, to the witness stand to substantiate our claim that in the good old days Read 'em and disagree, dear readers, and, if sensibilities are too much outraged, write and we will give your remarks publicity In the exalted columns of the Kossutih County Advance, World's Greatest County Newspaper. Here are the twelve and, remember, not In order of Importance: Shanghai Express, Union Depot, The Guardsman, Broken Lullaby, Arrowemith, ]>evU and the Beep, Love Me Tonight, Back Street, Make Me a Star, One-Way Passage, Scarface, This is Hie Night. gin another year? There is nothing they take over the reins of state and euro. We are about to enter a new local government, and the same will ! s ° ne y ,, , 16 . a ,, ,,„.. administration in America, and mil- be true when the change in national [ arithmetic classes ^ne\^ lions think it will provide a remedy, administration takes place. At bot- | themselves Let us hope that the.se expectations lorn it is good government that wlt:!l rai?s will not bo disappointed. But let us counts, not which party is tempor- not be too confident. Government arily entrusted with the administra- can help In depressions, but it can ; tion of government. in the neither prevent nor stop them. The Hawarden and other scrip feminate devices. Plain spit, well rutobed in with the fingers was sufficient for a neat erasure in the days when Dewel's ..... .. . "red felt tied on with black cord" The only certain promise is that ;.schemes involving the use of stamps | %vas regarded as rather "putting on held out by history. There have been mnv bo worth while as stimulators '• the dog| » am i i n those elder days the many depressions in thr> past, but o{ trade, but they should be recog- " " " •they have always come to an end. nlzed c i ea rly for what they are, to- \vit. sales taxes voluntarily paid by There Is no reason to believe that this one will not follow suit. How or when we cannot say, but that it will in its own due time come to an end is as sure as anything human. The history of previous depressions Indicates that the forces which will end the current depression ought now to be in motion. The major depressions havo lasted an average of three years in intensity, and part of the population for the direct or indirect benefit of all. Tho fantastic grotss income tax plan will he proposed to the legislature as a substitute for all other taxation except certain official fees, and will be strongly supported. Times like these fertilize soil for such then have tapering off. The quack gra salivary glands could be called upon when necessary to spit all over the side of a big slate, and the coup de saliva was then given by the owner's coatslceve.—Old Bill Casey in Knoxville Express. Quite so, Mr. Casey, tout the sissies, you will recall, grew up to fight and win the Spanish-American Analyzed, the gross year 1S33 ought to make this prog- income tax resolves itself into just another scheme to make the average i THEY'VE iMADE managing editor of the 'Sioux City Daily Journal and ruined a fine columnist.—Marshalltown Times-Re- there arc not wanting «igns in that direction. When people arc not Kiezert with hn incurable discn.se but are desper- ; man continue to tote the heavy end publican of the burden of government. Governor Roosevelt exploded a devastating bomb in his own camp ately sick, it is often the problem of when ' he released his sudden and doctor, nurse, and relatives to bol- ; wholly unexpected pronouncement eter up the morale of patients. All' against the sales tax. It eeems of us need encouragement of that i strange that Speaker Garner and kind now as regards our economic | °t he r democratic leaders in congress situation. We are all distressed and i di'l not know the mind of their chief ;So THAT'S what's become of John 1FE TS A MATTER of ups and downs. If it weren't for cold bleak winter days, how could we en- L IFE * d( m. The offering was a brand new picture, They Call It Sin. Whether It was the late hour or our own mental condition, we were unable to locate that dlluslve quality called Sin, tout the hodge-podge had to do with what might be termed "scrambled love," with things getting so mixed up that even the actors seemed in a daze when the heroine finally succumbed to the doctor In the final clinch. . Loretta Young, never a. favorite hearing proof of same at the Court House'In Algona, Iowa, befofe the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court) and at 9 o'clock n. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby nb- tifieck-'atta required to appear aiirt show cause, If any they have, wh> said Instrument should-not be pro bated and allowed as a«d for tht lost Will and Testament of said de ceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 3, 1933. (Seal) E, J. McEVOY, • Clerk of District Oni'" 16-18 By Alma Grelner, Deputy. NOTICE OF SIIEBIFF'8 SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Case No. 14278. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of .Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In aald Court on the 2nd day of December, 1932, In favor of Bankers Life Company, as plaintiff, and against Gretchen M. H«nry, now Gretchen M. Henry Rausenberger and John B. Henry, as defendants, for the sum of Sixteen Thousand Four Hundred Eighty- Three and 90/100 ($16,483.90)Dollare and costs, taxed at Two Hundred of ours, did not lift her humble self Twenty-seven and 26/100 ($227.26) In our exalted estimation by her Dollars and accruing costs, I have thusiasm. But is was a good New joy the fragrant charm of early Years mldnig-ht show, with music, Spring? If it were not for rain, we j chorus gals, and all the other in- wouldn't appreciate the warm April gredients of frothy entertainment. Earlier in the evening, an ac'hieve- sun. It's that way with the movies; without an occasional He Learned About Women, how could we appreciate suc'h gems as Love Me Tonight, One Way Passage, or Trouble in Paradise? There was something terribly dull, stupid, and uninspired about this latest 'Stuart Erwin offering, and when hard-lboiled old Alison Skipworth, one of the grandes dames of studled and effected mannerisms,! levled uppn the following described nor did the pugnacious George ; Rea i property as the property of the Brent raise us to any heights of en- sa i (l Gretchen M. Henry, now Gretchen M. Henry (Rausen'berger or Gretchen M. Rausenberger, John B. Henry, sometimes known as J. B. 1-Ienry, Frantz Rausenberger, Maude F. Henry, B. W. McElhinney, Mike ment of much greater Import, was Heiderscheldt, Maggie Helderecheldt, consummated. We refer, of course, i huSDan( 3 and wl f e , an d Kossuth to the completion at last of the rail-1 county, Iowa, to satisfy said execu- road in Heroes of the West. The t i oni to-wlt: The Southeast Quarter -Senator" was there, with a florid o j section Thirty (30) and the speech in which he assured the hardy pioneers that this event would go "thundering down the ages." Judging from the noise injected into the 12 Installments, the producers the screen, broke down and cried i fulfilled the prophecy of the sage. from genuine sentiment, as the befuddled gentleman called her "mother," she flattened out' to the consistency of a pancake. Susan Fleming, newcomer, didn't bring special glamour to the role she played. If she fell in love with Stuart, as slie says she did, she The feature picture of the regular Saturday show was the Sports Parade, about which the least said the better. It was a nightmare of football, wrestling, horse racing, and women—with* a little liquor thrown in for good measure. And so the old year goes, and we showed no more emotion about it | turn to 1033 with our usual high than if she were buying a tube of toothpaste at the drug store. They chased her through a darkened, empty theater in the most Carey and his entertaining Rear j pursult ever sta ged outeide __ Seat driver. Kicked upstairs to a slapstlck come dy. When will pro- futile of lot of hard work, just like a common state or federal official—E. K. Pittman in Northwood Anchor. ducers learn that, given a plot of fragile content, a real director fe needed? Roses may bloom on dung"Kicked upstairs" wag considered j bills, but good talkies don't flourish better. For them, and especially for Garner, the governor's action amounted to a tremendous rebuke. The legislative interim committee on reduction of state expenses proposes abandonment of the state fail- two years. That's something which will need careful consideration. No doubt the public cost should be kept at the minimum, but complete abandonment, even if only for a biennium, would mean such dieorganiza- are many who passed through the j tion of a, going concern built up dur- Jong depression which began in 1S93. ling two generations that, at first The grasshoppers went their way, sieht at least ' u looks hi S hlv Q ue sand tho hard times of the 70's and tionable the 90's paased. All the depressions | Next Monday the General Assem- of history have been succeeded by bly will convene. Thenceforth till good timevs. Let us still have faith. < spring interest for lowans in the This is the message of the new year, doings of lawmakers will be divided Hail to 1933 as the harbinger of at between Des Moines and Washing- desperate together. \Ve find it hard to believe that the clouds which surround us can be silver-lined. Yet we know that in the past our fathers and our grandsires have had to meet conditions that to them in their time also seemed unparalleled and hopeless. In this very county people still live who recall the great grasshopper plague of the early 70's. They also remember the difficult times of that period, and there least Komo measure of hope. relief and ton, D. C. And, after all, it is the j doings or failures of our own legi-s- THK PEOPLE AM) THE TIMES DEMAND TAX HEDIK'TIOX The many in Kossuth who voted last -STovom-ber for Leo Wegman, new state, treasurer, h:ul their confidence ju«tiCif>d when it was announced yesterday that his first of- lature, in tax matters at which mean most to lowans. least, Typical Comment as the way to put it In the Colyum at the time, but was rejected because it did not fit the facts. The term implies riddance by promotion in order to fill the vacancy with someone else. There was nothing of that in John's case. The m. e. he succeeded got the postoffice, and the Journal merely did what all newspapers are doing now, towit: took advantage of an opportunity to cut expenses by moving another employe to the vacant desk. EDMUND VANCE COOK, the writer, mailed hfe Christmas cards, and next day he died. They bore his picture and, underneath, the following -stanza, presumably of his own composition: Life is merely an expression— Don't you know?— Of an Don't It's a march, without disgression, Just one devilish long procession, Prom depression to depression— Don't you know? And who shall say that, after all, that was not as good a farewell as any? Community Wood Pile a Success. ficial act had been to abolish 30 jobs. | Iowa Falls Citizen—The Algona It was estimated that this would cut ' Advance, noting that some counties HOW SOON WE are forgot when we are gone, sighs Old Bill Casey, of the Knoxville Express. "Also, how hard it is to get people to read and digest." And then he clip's a in the 'barren soil of mediocre direction. The Laurel and Hardy comedy was a trifle above average for these funny gentlemen, but this in turn was offset by a Tom Howard "short"' quite inferior to the droll comedians' usual offerings. And so it goes. But better the "ups-and-downs" of a zestful life than the slow, monotonous existence of the worm, even in the talkies. M R. BORIS (FRANKENSTEIN) Karloff adds another chapter to the screen's book of horrors in a chop suey convulsion called The Mask of Fu Manchu. We suppose there are intelligent human beings hopes. Because, without hope, life would indeed be a dreary and drab affair. Titonka A week more of school vacation has been allowed, because of so much sickness. This makes two weeks. Supt. Hoon has been sick with the flu. The Edward Tuttles, Albert Lea, attended the Mrs. Herman Mechlar funeral at the Lutheran church here Monday. The Carl P. Callies family got home Sunday from visits at Dee Moines, Iowa City, and (Faifield. Edith Reynolds and Myrtle Ama, who have been here two weeks, returned to the Cedar Falls state teachers college Tuesday. The R. L. Krantzes drore to Mason Cl'ty Monday with the son Clifford, who Is attending business col- leg'e there. Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Forrest Hanserr, an<T Bradford Buffington Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section Thirty-One (31), all in Township Ninety-five (05) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., containing 1 200 acres; and I will proceed to sell said property, or So much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 27th day of January, 1933, at the east door of the court house in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 28th day of December, 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. George A. Wilson, Plaintiff's Attorney. 16-1T S ° ^"IV b£U 7 en ' and jhave been- a left r also Altimus Brad. i ,__. ., . . • $47,400 off the state payroll in a have bought timber tracts for the piece from some editor mystified by year, and that $2fl,(H)0 more would be'l loor > wants to know if anybody will saved on automobile travel expense. and other ' do tnc work. Iowa Falls wood pile, last winter and It was also announced that Mrs. Alex Miller, 'now seeretray of state, was beginning her term with 11 fewer c-rnploycw than Secretary Greenwalt had. Governor-elect Herring is promising many other savings during tin; democratic .statehouse. roKirnp. There have been protests against had has wood pile this winter and the people saw the wood about as fast <us it is hauled in. One or tho Other He Must Have. the disappearance of John Carey's column and attributes it to the Advance. After which he remarks: devoid of excitement that the spectacle of ghastly oriental tortures is a welcome sight. Now that prohibition stalks the land, the sight of gigantic snakes is rather unusual, well worth attending the movies to see. And then, too, it gives t'he preachers a topic to discuss Sunday morning, which is something, even in these days of -a great moral uprising. But outside of these important considerations The Mask of Fu Manchu is just a stupid, uninspired piece of movie hokum with all t'he trappings of a Chinese opium den; nothing to get excited about, certainly nothing about which to work yourself into a lather. An illustrious cast makes the orgy reported <JeIfrfous. John Wood Jr. was critically sick with Influenza during- the Christmas season. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP PU01IATE OF WILL No. 3S9I. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss In District Court. January term, 1933L To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to bo the last Will and Testament of •Louise Butts, deceased, dated "This'is really painful, when one rel ' tlne m ° re useless. Here is a partial ] July 16th, 1932, having been this calls the extended announcement in list of the really ca '!' abl e actors who i day filed, opened and read, the 2nd the 'Rear Seat,' its driver having been elevated to managing editor. And Editor Dewel, who claimed to Knoxyllle Journal—There may be be such an admirer and constant sound economic reasons why none reader of the 'Rear Seat,' never saw at the various plans for making the it at all." Ah, true, how hard it Is protective tariff effective on farm products should be tried, but the to get people to read and digest— Mr. Casey, for example! The clip- pins he used was not from the Ad- heavy taxation boCore, but it may be tact that such action would raise „..,„ lltr uocll >>UK 11UL llum 111B ,™- doulnerl that voters were, ever more prices to consumers is not one. The I vance, but from that well known determined than now to see the ex- f lirm er is entitled to a protected | resort of careless and perplexed ex- TlPn«O*i i if fCll/rn* tin-inn i jit 11 t <••* 4-I-. n • . ... .- _ I - prlce on what he sells or a trade price on what he buys. penses of government cut to the 'bone. The public official or legislator who during the criming year does not obey thus demand i* going to be a marked man at the next election. •Both the need of relief and the temper of Hie times are being forci- ] ists, and go ahead and fix the price lily demonstrated as regards delin- r>n wheat the same as was done dur- quent tax wiles. In thi.s county wise : ing the war? That fixed prices then; action by thr- outgoing county treas-i why cannot it be done now? urer made it unnecessary to proceed I<'ivt>-Vear i'iaii \wd«-il In U. S, Fix Prices, as In Wur Time. Hampton Chronicle—Why not admit that a national emergency ex- Chrtstenseti, Walter Thohipsoft, And fhorvold TH6mts6oti to sattefy eald execution, to-wlt: The 'West Halt ' of the Southeast Quarter (W% of SI3U) of Section Seven (7), in Township NlnetyJEil^ht (98) North, of Ertahge Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. iM., Kossuth county, Iowa;.and I will proceed to sell said property, or eo much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 27th day of January, 1933, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. hi., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 27th day of December, 1932. L. B. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa, By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Dwlght O. Rider, Plaintiff's Attorney. 16-17 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Case. No. 143G9. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in eald Court on the 19th day of December, 1932, in favor of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against Niels S. Thompson and Mary E, Thompson, as defendants, for the sum of Five Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty- eight and 01/100 ($5758.01) Dollara and costs, taxed at One Hundred Twenty-five and 53/100 ($125.{>3> Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described' Erickson's wonderful new remedy. Real property ae the property of the Thousands have recovered and we said Niels a. Thompson and Mary E. sel l it on a guarantee NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Case No. 14368. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk" of the District Court of Kossuth County,. Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 19th day of December, 1932, in favor of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against Niels S. Thompson and Mary E. Thompson, as defendants, for the sum of 'Six Thousand Five Hundred Thirty-two and 02/1100 ($6532.0-2) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Thirty-three and 70/100 ($133.70) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Heal property as the property of the said Niels S. Thompson and Mary E. Thompson, husband and wife, Hans Christensen, Walter Thompson and Thorvold Thompson to satisfy eald execution, to-wit: The East Half of the Southeast Quarter (iSE%) of Section Seven (7); and a tract In the North Half (N%) of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (NE% of NW»4) of Section Eighteen (IS), described as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Section Eighteen (18), thence South '594 feet, thence West 733 1/3 feet, thence North 594 feet, and thence East 733 1/3 feet to the place of beginning, all in Township Ninety-eight (98) 'North, of Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property or so much thereof'as may be necessary to satisfy said, execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 27th day of January, 1933, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 27th day of December, 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Dwight G. Rider, Plaintiff's Attorney. 16-17 STOP-XEMA Chronic eczema of many years standing responds readily to Dr. BUSINESS DIRECTORY K08SUTH COPJfTT ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded In 1901. Hntered as Second-mans Matter December 81, 1008, at the PoBtoffic» 'it Algona, lowfti Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS •V B. Quarton H. W. Mlllw I QOAHTOM * MILTjEB ' Law Offices. 'hones: Office 427, residence ! Algona, Iowa. ~ J. L. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office towa State Bank Bldg. >ffIce phone 460-W. Algona, Iow«,| •WMJVAN, McMAHON * „„ W. Sullivan S. B. McMahoa L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law, Office, 261; J. W. S., SOU- E. McK., 403. Algona, low*. HARRINGTON ft DICKINSON r P. Harrington L. J. Dickinson Attorneys-at-Law "hones: Office, 28; T. P. H., 44t B. J. VAN NES8, O. W. 8TI1LMAH Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank 'hone 213-W. Algona, low* > D. Sh urn way E. D. Kellj 8HCMWAY ft KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office In Qulnby Block •hone 58 • Algona, low* L. A. \VINKEL Atttonicy-nt-Lnw Office In Qulnby Building Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHITE Attornoy-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206. Algona, low*, P. A. DANSON Attorney-At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J.; Res. 315 DOCTORS JOHN N. KEXEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Off tee-phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CKETZMEYEB Physician and Surgeon Office In John Galbralth Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 \lgona low* P. V. .TANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, III Algona, Iowa WALTEB PHASER, M. ». Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 Thompson, husband and wife, Hane K. D. JAMES to extremes, Nut in scores oC other counties taxp.iyoix have nut hesitated tii run (he ri.sk of (he riot act Northwood Anchoi—It is to be .sincerely hoped that the depression drmaml.s. Yoster- ' isn't one of those confounded five- Register to enforce day's Don IMointvs startling fnr-ts. The legislature which convenes next Momliy is fared with more than three score bills drawn by tho interim commit top on reduction of erovennnerilal exiieiu-Jes in Town. The legislature has before gave year plans. As it is, it may require a. five-year plan of some sort to get uis back to st'tlU-d living conditions. free change editors, Damfino, LYING APPENDIXLESS in the Methodist hospital, Des Moines, H. •S. M., of the D. M. Register's Over the Coffee column, reports receipt of [scores of messages from fellow journalists and notes with surprise that none of them, in letters or published comment, ventured on the liberty of expected hilariousness at his expense. Ah, IMr. Miller, nothing strange about that. And since you are on your feet again, you can stand the truth: they were dying to give you the works, but didn't dare for fear their joshing might perchance drape a bier. Now they are cussing a lost opportunity. should be given better parts: 'Lewi's Stone, Karen Morley, Myrna Loy, and Jean Hersholt. If you can imagine this coterie of distinguished folk groping around among snakes and alligators in darkened caves and mysterious secret chambers, shuddering at the sight of murderous knives ready to carve out their very vitals,_ then there is no need to spend 35c to see this talkie. For our own part we sat home, read a good biography, and worked out a new puzzle. This learned discourse Is therefore the result of scraps of criticism picked up upon the busy thoroughfare as it teems along in Algona, Iowa. of Febuary, 1933, is fixed for UK J)0 OUU (MVJS LEAS UHUSJHM, DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algeria, Iowa |«i!lilllll!H!lli!il!J!||ilj|i||!j|H^ A million years I ago, Nature start- i ed building this 1 good coal... I MBI/VIN G. HOUBNB Physician and Surgeon Office in Poatofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 111 W. I). ANDREWS, D. O. Oiteopathlo Physician and 5 Snifeoi| Located In General 'Hospital. Phones: Office 1ST, Re*. 888. B. A. EVANS, M. I). Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, offfce 306. | Algona, Towa. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist. : Gas or uovocaine used for Tactlon, Located over Christensen Store. Phones: Business 166; residence 47 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS 1. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Office, 475-W,; rps. 476- INSURAPfCE appointed committees which have worked hnrd a nil .submitted able reports only to -sec nothing done. Unlike previous committees, however, this ono li.'ix gum- to the people. It organized tax reduction committees In nearly every r-mmty in the .state, it has urged these committees to be active, ami the rcwult hag been the creation of a body of public opinion Which tho le;?i.sl:Uiii-e cannot afford to ignore. It will, Imwevor, be disappointing if in the urge of effect reduction, till.' Pt'llJllU's Knoxville ExpreeM—At Alhia they dedicated a $60,000 pocUoffice building the other day. Now, we'll bet the janitor expense will be about as much a.s rent, heat, lisht, water, and janitor in the old quarters, to say nothing of interest on Uncle Sam's $00,000 investment, repairs, etc. And not a postal card more to mail! Iowa Falls Hard Hit. Truer Star-Clipper—Iowa Falls, formerly one of the most prosperous cities of its size in Iowa, is surely hard hit. All the banks h^ye closed. A quarter of the real estate of the city is advertised for wile for taxes. There are around 1,200 people in the sight i.s lost of the urgent need of, city receiving public aid—more than tax reform. '\V<> need to sot away from a system where property stands nine-tenths of the burden and other wealth mostly o.sc-app.s. On this issue the present committee is Bilent, but the reports of the commi- tees of pre-war time and three or four years ;igo are still eloquent. WHAT TO DO AHOUT THE DE- FIOIENOV JUDGMENT? The following paragraph is taken from the Traer Star-Clipper: "We are against the deficiency judgment. It .should be wiped out l>y the coming legislature, or at least .modified and limited greatly. As it a fourth of the population. Conditions are bad in Traer, but nothing like thi.it. How to Amend 1'rlmary law. K.stherville News—There is constant bombardment of the primary. Old guards would repeal and revert to the convention system. That would not be wise, and the people would not approve. In the main, the primary is all right, but amendment would be desirable. One change most desired is taking from the ballot minor state offices. Outside of governor, and perhaps lieutenant-governor, the average man knows little about the other candidates for state Add Troubles Managing- Editors, [Hampton Chronicle.] One of John Carey's first 'battles with an irate business man after he •became managing editor of the Sioux City Journal was to convince the aforesaid business man, who was charged with bootlegging, that such important news matter could not be kept out of the newspaper. The business man told John by all that was good and holy that his record as a "mm" bootlegger was spotless, but as John looked at the records and the police raiding squad report he decided that all bootleggers must be liars. Anyway the Journal contained a full account of the raid. SPEAKING OF frank advertising, here's the real thing—no josh—clipped from the Crane, Ore., American— VENATOU MERCANTILE COMPANY The Ijurgest Small Town. West of the Rocky Mountains Why Go Elsewhere to Be Cheated Wlicu You Can Como Here? IN THE MIDST of life we are in debt.—March of the Nations by Rufus Steele, in Christian Science Monitor. Which wina the Colyum's citation for last week's brightest pseudo- —A'LIEN. HAD a "devil of a time" •*• in holiday week at tlje Call. The Christmas show was called As the Devil Commands, and it was followed next day by The Devil is Driving. Bot'h were considerably above the average, and, being new ilcturcs, call forth the comment hat we have much to look forward to during the hectic year of 1933. Inasmuch as editors find it convenient to take a rest during t'he holidays and H. S. M. is taking a vacation on a sickbed, perhaps It tvould be well for this critic to lay aside his "hammer and tongs" and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We will review only entertainments which seem to merit extensive criticism. The two shows above were simply good entertainment, and may pass without particular comment except to say that both stories and acting were considerably above par. A MONO RATHER UNUSUAL of•**• ferings of the holiday season at the Call we must mention If I Had a Million, a talking picture cake in which no less than seven director- cooks and at least a dozen stars had a hand. It is an interesting, different concoction, and its chief defect is its lack of sustained interest, though the slender thread of .plot somehow keeps the fragile thing together. The story has to do with an eccentric multi-millionaire (Richard Bennett) who puts off death (as only the movies can) till he may distribute his fortune of seven millions to seven unknown persons whom he picks at random from a telephone directory. The manner in which these seven beneficiaries use their millions Is the plot. Of course it is an impossible theme—like our old friend "firewater's Millions—but it lurniehes ... and now Science steps in K088CTH COUNT T MCTUAl INSURANCE ASSOCIATION )ver $15,000,000 worth of Insuran 'n force. A home con.pany. Si «H!ure. j. p. Paxsoi., Secret "Ity Property Loan* Farm Loan Insurance. Real estate. CUNNINGHAM * LACY '07 W. State'St. Algona, lo owner of the land Is held to g °° d ' reliable Gre *adier Coal-known i b l th °" sands f or m °re than 20 years-is made still better by Chemacol. An amazing secret compound. ,More than a dustless treatment. Makes the coal bum -better. Greatly reduces wasteful smoke and soot— a saving on every ton. 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