Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 26, 1934
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TUAOH 1. KOSSTJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAGE THRHB _.. , ippv, 27 — This week Clty { u t week an election at which 0wea City to were at Algona recently so were /"-, _ 6 tne <. o unty ^S^-n^ee^Uon ' ! r if he vote is favoraible. A ! also went from here to pes I aio" "" , . i_ Jntoi-TTlRW late _ vote carries the au- Comptroller C.B. gl ,must_alBO_be obtained. iweaj3ityans Vote Mondayon $5000 H. S. Gymnasium IflWNTOGIVE IflTERIALSFOR CWA PROJECT Sectional Tournament Pairings Schedule Class A Schools Algona. Algona Bye Thurs., 9:00 p. in. Emmetsburg_.. _ Lmmetsburg. Bye 1 SweaCity Thurs., 7:00 p. in. Humboldt Satnr., 8:45 p. m. the lo- entertained 200 Legion , and women from Emmet, Palo 0 Wirmebago, and Kosauth. « mister Cedar Rapids, state Goto commander, the state Aux- frv president, and James I. Bolt/Port Dodge, eighth district ion commander, were here. fsical numbers were igiyen. Leon Merritt, Algona, county (Legion Lmander, and Mrs. P. W. Larson, fcty Auxiliary president, presid- Supper was served by the local xiliary, and there was a dance. . Has Patriotic Program— the Thursday cluh held a regular jeting last Thursday at Mrs. J. (Warner's, and a patriotic pro- lm was given. Mrs. P. J. Heiken Id a paper on the New Deal, Mrs. 1 Hewitt one on Lincoln, and Mrs. !J. Dye one on Washington. Mrs. IP. Peterson will have the next leting. Mrs. Oscar Pearson in«d the club to meet with her at • new home at Fairmont in May. |S. Beclaimers Are Picked — a declamatory contest in the school auditorium last w^eelc psday evening Florence Picht in the oratorical class; drama, Darline Kesler; humorous, Al- Simmons. The winners will {test soon against representatives [other schools. lend Algona Music Fest — phe Rev. McDowells, the Samuel jirburtons, and June, Katherine, i Prances Thomson attended ' a isic festival at the Algona high. pool auditorium Sunday evening. pherville and Belmond won ihigh Class A choirs, and (Burt in Class Bye. WestBend___ Friday, 8:00 p.m. WestBend___ WHITTEMORE WOMAN DIES AT WATERLOO WhIUomore, Feb. 28—Mr. and Mrs. Ifonnan Vn.ud.t and Mr. tind Mrs. AilW'rt Vaudt have rdturnctl from Wfilcrloo, 111., where they had g-<mo to visit Uio MosdamoK Viiudil's mother, Mrs. John Wolf, who suffered a stroke and did not recover. Kho wn» Mrs. Kophla Wolf, near Oun.ther, wife ot .1. II, Wolf, and slie died alt the residence of her .son Otlto, near Waterloo, February 19, ag-ed 81 years, 11 months, and 12 days. Mrs. Wolf was born at fit L-ouis Mai-ch 7, 1852, and on July |1>9, 18G8, was married to Mr, Wolf, who survives. After a short period of farm- Ing they went ito Poster Pond and opened a country store. They were good managers a.nd their business gradually increased till they were able to acquire farm lands in connection, and so retired "Waterloo for a time. living ait Schedule Class B Schools honor of Dorthy and Clydinc daughters of 'the Clyde Airharts, who are moving an a farm north of town. Now Hoy for Stnicckcrs— A boy wn.s l>oni l.'ust week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Walter .Struecker, south of town. The Struc- ckors ihave one other child, a girl. Merna Jennings 1C; I'nrt.y— A surprise party was given SaH> urelay afternoon in honor of Merna .Tonnings, who wnn Vfi, at Blmo Barber's. Supper was serve*] alt G. Creamery I-Kjis W«1I Contract— A contract for a new well at the Farmers creamery was let to the Vorner company, Dubuquc. The work began Saturday. Mrs. Oliver Has Birthday— A number of women sui-pflsbtl Mrs. W. Oliver Friday on her birth- Bancroft Bye__ Bode Thurs., 3:30 p. m. Dakota; City_ Friday, 3:00 p. m. Satur., 2:30 p. m. Fenton Thurs., 4:30 p. m. Lakota Friday, 4:00 p. m. _• Has a Weak Knee—» Gerald, son of George Weiker, Et of town, again injured one of \ knees recently, and consequent(again lias a brace on the leg. He i had trouble with this knee sev- jil times, and -was at Iowa City • treatment a year ago. ;rs Giro Benefit Party— "" s Eastern Stars gave a benefit party Friday evening at the onic hall, 50 attending. Arthur ristiansen won the high score at [dge, C. 0. Peterson second, and ian Kimey won high at pinocle. |mp Improved by CWA— .1 CWA men are working at dump grounds, a mile north I a half mile east of town. Refs is being consolidated to make for spring dumpings. JB. Boys lose to Algona— Bwea City's high school boys lost lAlgona in the county tourney irday evening, 27-23, after (hav- won from Algona in two pre- ua games this season. Other Swea City. Supervisor and Mrs. P. J. Heiken e to Des Moines one day last K to attend an auto ahow and after other business. Ledyard Thurs., 8:00 p.m. Livermore Lone Rock 1 Friday, 9:00 a. m. ! Lu Verne Renwick Friday, 10:00a.m. Seneca Satur., 7:45 p. m. Friday, 7:00 p. m. Satur., 3:30 p. m. Thor Friday, 11:00 a. m. Titonka Friday, 9:00 p. m. VernonCons.. Friday, 2:00 p.m. Woden In 1917 itho Wolf's came to Whiit- ternorc, whore somo of their children resided, remaining hero until last October, when 'they returned to 'Waterloo, and have since resided with their son Otto. In. 1933 itihey celebrated their G&th wedding- anniversary. Nino children were born six of them surviving: Henry and QUto, \Vajl«rloo; Mrs. Emrna Soholes, Toledo, O.; Mrs. Marie and Mrs Charlotte- Vaudt, Whlttemore; and Fred, St. Louis. There -are forty grandchildren, thirty great- grand children, and one great-great- grand child. The funeral took place Wednesday February 21, ait the Holy Cross Lutheran church, and interment took place in a comeitary ait Wantburg. Farewell for Hausen Children— Bernico Balgeman entertained at two course dinner last week T.ues- day evening as a farewell courtesy in honor of Beverly and Joan, daugh ters of Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Hausens who are moving to Emmetsburg Guests were Earl James, and Joan Balgeman, Kenneth and Marion Rusch, and Delbert. Balgeman. LU- Irvington •MMHHHM . El mer Dye anfl *% JJ ason City - with the Ralph Lages and Mrs. ea. Mrs. Dye i a a daughter of Mrs - Ira CHARIVARI IS GIVEN FENTON YOUNG COUPLE Feniton, Feb. 37—The marriage of Alma B. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ole Pederson, and Bmll, son of Mrs. Theodore Bleckwenn, (took place at he Ben Mitchell home Saturday of- ernoon at 2 o'clock; the cermony uerformed. by the Rev. A. 1C Gaord, Naomi » x » , Mrs. Nellifi and Harvey Hew- Algona, were callers at tfoe of Mrs. Charles Sankey Sun- were recen t at at visite a. . Mil. Mr. and GreenfieW. plton. ot Pederson, slater of the bride, Dale Long. The bride was dressed , blue silk and carried a bouquet of Jink rosea and white carnations. Pho bridesmaid wore a green silk dress. After the ceremony a two course dinner was served, ithe deo oi-atlons in gold and white. The bride waa graduaited from, the Fenton toigh school, attended the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and taught one term of rural high school near Feniton, The bridegroom waa also graduated from the Feavton high school and attended college at Ames ttwo years. The guests present Included: Mrs. Theodore Bleckwenn and children, Elsie, Irene, Paul and Kathryn; the Ole Pederson, the A. D. CBeckwenns,, and the Rev. and Mrs. A. K. Gaord, the Ben Mitchells. The Martin Oleaons, Haifa, ithe Morris, Edward Kate u ? W8recen «y drove Mw. Allan Hel, Calif " !by citv w U ^ accom ' HeUand » drove to the spit " spirit, Cylinder. They were attended by Mamie Albert, Melfred, and Mitchells, the John Mick thta completed the work of the com- mltiteemen till the township election this week Monday sohoolhouse. at the Center Attend Algona 4-H Tea— As representatives of the Femton 4-H club at a county-wide 4-H tea at Algona Salturday were Ijorena and Ella Dreyer, Viola Mueller, Donna Jean Bailey, Alvina and Ruth Dreyer, and Clara Gramenz. The purpose was to honor tihe H. D. A. Mrs. Paul Leaverton, who has resigned. W. F. M. S. Program Today— The W. F. M. S. will present a special program this week Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church. Members will ihave a contest at story telling. Pertaining 1 to missionary work. There will be musical numbers, and a covered dish luncheon will be served. February Tea Lost Thursday— A February birthday tea was served at the Methodist church last Thursday afternoon. Entertainment was provided for the aftornoon, and luncheon was served by Meedamea W. E. Stoeber, J. F. Newel, E. A. Huskamp, William Huakamp, and Harry Haase. Wins First in Spelling— Leono, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago, near Feniton, won first in. an, oral and written spelling contest recently in Denmark town- echools her (to ship, EmmeL county. Six participated. TWs entitled enter a county contest at Esthervllle soon. licks, Lohryille, Mamie Berkland, Alice Dreyer, Marlys Jensen, Fort Podge, Edna Miller, the Nels Flintts, the I. Torkelsons, Dale Longr, Clayton DJ*t8wor«h, Berger Johnson, Martin Tindeand, and Rudy Christensen. A larsre crowd gaithered ait the Mttcbell home Saturday evening end gave them, a rousing charivari. The brl4« waa guest of (honor ait a mis- cellaneoU9 shower at Mrs, Morris Ftonestad'a Wednesday (February 14. evening, Mm. Clarence Arbogaet Showered— A miscellaneous shower was given Saturday cut the MetJhoddst church to honor ot Mrs. Clarence Arbogas, tormerly Helen, Huskamp. She received many gifts. Hodtessea were Meadomes WUliajML Huskamp, Herman Huetaarop, B. A. Huskamp, Walter Wegener, Hang Baego, ana Hrvln Huskamp. Corn-Hog Signing Finlsbed— Commltteman Jj3. R- BchleJ reports 118 oorn-liogr contraote and *hree eheeta signed in Fentoa tov contmote were banded In Steinbeck Team In Runaway— Lyle Steinbeck (had a narrow escape recently, when a team ran away with a load of hay, and ran into a windmill tower. Mr. Steinbeck had got off the load to remove hts overcoat before the team started. Shower for Henry Langea— A miscellaneous shower waa gdven in honor of air. and Mrs. Henry Ijange, newlyweds, laatweek Monday evening at Mrs. Lange'3 slater Mrs. John Andreason'a, Ringsted, Ralph Peterson Loses Mother— Ralph Peterson, employed by W liam Jentz, received a telegram Sun day of the death of his mother. He left Monday for Wyndmere, N:. D. Threat Victim ex-Fentonlte— C C Robinson, who died recently near Algona, once lived two years o *he place now owned by Herman Struecker. ^ Other Fenton News. Mrs H. B. Relmera was 'hostess friends test Thursday Those pre- to a evening. 600 was . were th« Mesdamea Herman Herman Luedtke, August Newel, and Editor SchwaJrtz attended .leyer, Theodore Bleckwenn, August 'umach, Fred Jentz, Mary Mirttag, and A. J. Krause, Mrs. August Mey- •r held higth score and Mrs. Mary MdDtag the low. Mrs. Ray Stoeber was hostess to ier serving circle last week Mrs. Charles Welsbrod en- ertalned the Hook & Needle club he same afternoon. Mrs. John (Bolinger, Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Mrs. ohn Wallace, and Rose- Wedsbrod ,vere club guests. H. E. Reimers accompanied Jesse Jlanchard of Lone Rock to Des Moines this week Monday to aittend a lumbermen's convention, and Mr. teimers was to visit hds eon Wttl- red, employed there. They expect o return Thursday. Dorothy Gerharda was hostess to he New Deal bridge club last week Monday evening. Mrs. 8. W. Meyer von the travel prize. Mrs. George entz and Matilda Kressin were club guests. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod en- entained their bridge club last Thursday evening. W. V. Yager won men's high prize and Mrs. H. H. W'ddel the women's ihigh prize. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp, F. P. Newel, J. F. and Mrs. J. A. he Roosevelt banquet at Algona last week Tuesday evening. The Fenton 4-H club met last Thursday evening at Mrs. Wilbert Holldrof's, Clara Garmenz hostesla. Plans were laid to attend the 4-H tea at Algona Saturday. Mrs. Eugene Walker, Pasadena, Calif., formery Hilda Dreyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dreyer, kirrived recently for a few weeks with her parents. A. P. Peterson returned borne Sat- uday from Des Motnes, where he spent two weeks wlt/h a niece, Mrs. Minnie Slark, and other relatives. E- C. Fauerby, Nejs Anderson, aoid A. H. Krause attended a, four-county Legion meeting at West Bend last Thursday night. Arthur Kueoker, student of Ames Agriculture college, epent the weekend wiith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kueoker. Mrs, W. J. Weisbrod returned Saturday from six weeku with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Burke, Houston Tex. The Dr. S. W. Meyers, Elsie Kohi- wes, and Paul Eigler were Sunday dinner guests at ithe Howard Reeder home. Opal Meyer is visiting her brother, Dr. S. W. (Meyer. She was employed • — • - • ' here. Mrs. Man Heidenwith helped Miss Balgeman, The dinning room was decor- lated with blue and -white crepe pa ped and balloons. Name cards were suckers dressed like dolls in blu and -white paper, and favors were small glass dolls. After supper pop corn was served. Tin Wedding is Celebrated— Six-thirty dinner guests at Henry Schultz's last week Tuesday even ing in honor of the tenth wedding- anniversary of the son George an< his wife's marriage were the latter'i parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kue cker, daughter Lillian, and George' sister, Mrs. Herbert Potraitz, Ixxtts Creek, and her husband. That even Tdng Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hedden with ana their son Ellsworth drop ped to to help celebrate the occasion. Thos. Cullon Babe Dies— Bridget Ann, six-months daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cullen west of town, diecl last week Mon day while har parents were plann dng to take her to Laurens for met ical attention. She had had a col which developed into pneumonia The Cullens have four other child ren. Quilting Bee is Given— A quilting bee was (held Frida. at Mrs. Nick Reding's. Guests were Mrs. Peter Miller, daughters Viol* and Rosella, Mrs. William Millei daughiber Alice, Mrs. Mike Thil daughter Arlene, (Mrs. John Thdl Mrs Bertha Blbert, Mrs. Milse Mer gen, eon Donald, and Edna Sohultz School Election In March— The annual school election will b held at the town hall on the seoon Monday in March, 12 p. m. to 7 p m. A director will be elected fo three years to succeed Hermar Vaudit, and a treasurer for a Itw years to succeed FranSt (Bestenleh ner. farewell for Arthur Gados— Mrs. Peiter Reding and her daugh ter MargEuret vecein|tly entertained ait eeven tables of 500 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur in honor a Gade, wh are to move tto Algona. High scores were won by Will Klsoh and Doro thy Loebach. Party Honors Alrhart Girls— A party was given Friday aflter noon at the public echoolhouse i: WHITTEMOBK NEWS Sunday evening dinner guests tut Carl Walker's, Algona, wero Ralph and Lloyd Walker, Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrorn, and Lillian Heidenwith, all of Whlttemore; Amanda Deitrlch, Rodman; an<l Don Minor, Graettinger. After dinner cards wore played at two .tables. CVTr. 'and Mrs. Wm. Maahs, their aughter Mrs. Ernest Hesse, and \r. and Mrs. Fred Maahs, Nashua, linn,, came Sunday lor a few days local relatives particularly Wilam Maahs and Mr.' Fred Maaihs' mother, Mrs. Julius Maahs, who has seen sick. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kuecker re- umed Sunday from Ames, where hey had visited Mrs. Kueckcr's aronlts, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sund- ngs. The Kueckers came to get heir furniture as after March 1 they vill be on a farm near Amels. C. L. Cavanaugh attended a drug- sta' Cinvention at Sioux City last week, and Stephen Underkofler, Bancroft, looked after Ithe Cavan- nugh store,, Mr. Mallory being con fined to home with a severe case of tonsilitis. Mrs. Lucy Wagner, (her sons, and the John Reelings, all of St. Joe, ivea-e last week Wednesday visitors at Nick Reding's. Mrs. Nick Reding is a sister of Mre. John Reding, and Mrs. Lucy Reding Is tthelr mother. The Lutheran Y. P. S. met last Thursday evening at the school hall for a monthly social, and "500" was played at eight tables. Elfreda Code won high score for women; Herbert Vaudt, high for men. The Albert Eiseles, Blue Earth, visited lost Thursday with. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eisele. Albert went home the same evening, but Mrs. Eiisele and the children remained for a further visit. Lenten services are held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 at St. Paul's Lutheran church, and every other service Is in German The next English service will be on March 7. Mrs. John Ryan returned to Chicago last week Tuesday evening, after a few days with her father, Edward Bunke, who has eryslplos, but is somewhait improved. Wash Harris and his son-in-law, Guy Kulpper, both of West Bend, were last Thursday callers at the Henry Schultz home. Wash is a brother-in-law of Henry. The Edward Grelnarts, the George Seims family, and the Erwin Bruhns of Cylinder were dinner guests of the George Meyers Sunday evening. Martin, son of Mrs. Fred Wagner, southeast of town, is working at tht Spencer hatchery again. He worked there last spring and summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Albright, Algona, were last week Tuesday callers on the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hahn. Wm. Meyer Sr., who underwent an operation a couple of weeks ago for hernia, was taken home Saturday evening. The R. A. Behnkes were last Thursday evening visitors at Ithe Peiter Kollasch and Julius Baas home, Burt. Mildred Llndstrom, grade teacher at the public school, visited over Sunday with her parents at Albert City. Herman. Volgtit and Elmo Barber drove to Sioux City last week Tuesday, returnlns Wednesday. A number of young folks gathered Sunday evening at Archie Vodght'ls to play 500, John Spilles and the E. C. Witham baby are sick. YOU HAVE 'NEVER SEEN SUCH beauty in Radio cabinets as is being shown in genuine Brunswicks at Gamble Stores. They will be the envy of your neighborhood. $20.00 to $25.00 for your old set. 34-24 News at Ledyard Marjorie Matzener spent' the week-end with Algona friends. George Dunn and L. W. Wiemer were in Des Moines last week Tuesday on business. Albout 40 men and women from here attended the (Roosevelt dinner in Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. 'Rose Bashara, Cedar Rapids, came last week to visit her son Charles. A. E. (Lauritzen's parents, of EClemme, visited here (Monday evening. at Titcxnka before coming Kenneth Stephenson, No. 9 teacher, baa resigned, and Florence Slomen, substituting. , IMarie Mllleh, student at a business college alt Mason. City, visttea the borne fc>lte over the Mr. Podge, a state engineer lor the OWA, was here Thursday examining local projects. The Methodist Aid met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Howard Mayne; Mrs. Frank Kelly and Mrs. Joe Mayne, assisting hostesses. Games and contests in keeping with Washington's ibirthday were played. A parcel post sale from which $1.50 was realized was held. A dougihnut and cooky eale was planned for the near future. A lovely lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and sons visited relatives in Lu Verne Thursday. Glenn Yahnke attended the Des Moinea auto show Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward HalToreon, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Johnson, and Adelaide Randall attended the funeral of a relative at Albert Lea Friday. Janice Williams and Mrs. L. W. Wieoner and son William were Sunday guests of Mrs. E, G. Rich, Fairmont. Several local Legionaires attended a "Pad's" night sponsored by Buffalo center post last Thurs- ay night. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller moved ast week Wednesday to the farm lust vacated by Mr. and Mrs, James Hilferty. The pool hall was opened last week under the management of a Mr. Trusty, of Armstrong. The [Farm Bureau women meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. L. A. Nitz. Esther Green has been quite ill the past week and is under the care of Dr. J. A. Devine. Ed and Lumetta Reece visited relatives in Ites Moines last Thursday. The George Jacobsens, Matawan, Minn., visited the parental Gus Andersons Sunday. The Jay Blomes attended a birtfc- day party at the Lew Myer's, kota, last Thursday evening. Friends and neighbors honored Mr. and Mrs. James Hilferty in a farewell party at their home last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hila farm recently ferty moved Tuesday to near Woden whidh they purchased. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Mayne, Em- metsiburgr, visited the Howard Maynes last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knoner returned Thursday from a wedding trip to points in Wisconsin, and that evening a group of friends gave them a charivari. Roland Galble, Lakota, visited relatives here Saturday. The Ledywrd boys' -basketball team won their second cup of title season by winning the Class B county tournament. They defeated Seneca 29-21, iFenton 38-16, and Wesley 34-23. Glo WE SELL for exactly the same reasons that you should buy a GLOBE Range. You want a GOOD Range. THAT'S THE ONLY KIND WE WANT TO SELL. You want a Range that will serve you efficiently and economically with the least amount of attention. We want to sell a Range that once we place it in your home we KNOW it will work. You want a Range that is economical on fuel. We MUST sell a Range that is economical on fuel to avoid complaints from our customers. You want a Range that is long lived, one that doesn't constantly need repairing. And that's the kind of a Range we want to sell. You want a Range BEAUTIFUL and MODERN in appearance and having all of the latest improvements and conveniences. And THAT'S the kind of a Range we want to sell. You don't want to pay ONE PENNY more for a Range than is absolutely necessary, yet you do want to pay enough to assure getting one that you KNOW is RIGHT. In choosing a line of Ranges for our store, that's exactly the way we felt about it. After looking over literally hundreds of the latest Ranges, we came to the conclusion that out of them all GLOBE RANGES come the nearest to meeting all of these exacting requirements. And that's why we say that we sell Globe Ranges for exactly the SAME reasons that you should buy a GLOBE. * We are always glad to show you, and tell you about these beautiful Ranges, and you will always find a complete line of them on display at all times. _ , Because we are in the Range business in a big way, we get many calls for good used Ranges. That makes it possible for us to give you a GOOD ALLOWANCE for your old Range to apply on the purchase price of a new one. Come in, and talk it over. Nelson Hardware Algona, Iowa Mother-in-Law This is Just a little talk to married men that is purely personal and which no one else should read. Here h. Algona we have had bargain days, gala days, and celebrations of all kinds, but I notice you never bring along that dear sweet patient mother- in-law that lives in your home. Saturday, March 3, will be mother-in-laws day. Give her a break, bring her to town, let her have a fling and enjoy herself. Take her to the show and a ibig dinner. Let her shop in the stores. All the stores are showing new spring goods now. She will be interested in the new things on display. Your mother-in-law is 'a good sport, you can trust her. She will not tell on you when you get back home. My mother-in-law always took my part and helped me over some of the rough, places. It our representatives at Des Moines were all mother-in-laws we would have fewer and better laws. Any old woman would know better than to vote a 2 per cent sales tax. It is simply a consumer's tax, making the poor man shoulder the burden. Farms owned 'by the insurance companies will foe taxed less, but the renter and the laboring man will pay the difference when they trade at the stores. Patterson voted against it, and he is right. The net income tax is more equita/ble. It puts the taxes on the fellow that is able to pay it. They say the sales tax is the more painless way to raise the money. It sure is for the rich guy, hut the poor devil that has a dozen kids to buy shoes, clothes, and groceries for will sure .have a pain in his pocketbook. Laws should do the most good for the greatest number of people. Iowa is 80 per cent common people. JIMMIE NEVILLE The Shoe Man DEALERS WANTED MONEY MAKING PBOPOSITION ENTIRELY NEW MARKETING METHODS All Products Sold on Money Back Guarantee SEE OB WRITE US Oil and Supply Co. EMHETSBURG, ( , ; r - f -f~<',,,. -^^f^sfsM

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