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*" .*" """' •• "£• "','"-7-" /t'i-v^'"'^•^'"S.iy^'ijJjf^flJ.^^^^^^^ The Upper Beg Moines-Republicafl, gsptemter 24,1930 ir -TTiiriirr n rmfnuiiimnrifti>in»cmmTii irirnui^niniHf/iimmJn**uSmtBmmam**&tmiMtH* , — - - » ^ cf^^mP ^&*P&9r VW^ 1 ^ VI & fiAOkUS, Publishers. Intered as Second Claw ftattet at the 1 postoffiee at Aigona, Iowa, under th tl act of Cofljjf ess tit Match 8, 1st 9* Issued Weekly, Subscription Rates in Kossuth County: Year, In Advance —.»*»...*»«•*..,»»*,.««,,.* ^ ^ „, ^. flbt Months, in Advance »*•«*.*«.»*„„.*,...,*..«. ....^.I.II^II^.,. . three Months, in Advance *-i.«.-*.. a » - .», lkd ,. -J . i . M »II..._. .- .61 Subscriptions Outside Ooanty, *160 p|f jrefti-, strictly in advance Subscriptions Continued until paid tot and ordered stopped Display Advertising, 30c Pet Inch ,_ ', Composition 8 cents per inch extra, TIMES DO CHANGE. When the first settlers catoe late this western country and made their homes, they were fortunate to recelvt their mail once a month nnd then i was usually brought to the settlemen by Borne one who had been to thi nearest trading point for food o" by some one traveling through the country on foot or horseback. Later as they grew in number and population the government started star routes for the purpose of carrying the malls to the various outposts and settlements. Then etage lines were established carrying mall, express and passengers. When the railroads came, the stages and star routes were discontinued and the mails came quicker and more regular by rail. The automobile hns now stepped In and passengers and merchandise are carried In busses and freight trucks and the railroads have been up against a money-losing proposition. This has resulted in the annulment of many mall trains throughout the country and the government Is again establishing star routes for the delivery of mail from some central point to towns and villages not supplied with good railway service. The recent order annulling passenger trains between Burt and Elmore, leavas Bancroft and Ledyard with very poor man service. This means that eventually a star route trill be established sooner or later be- { tsreen these and other places that will give quicker and better service. Busses in many places now carry mail and it Is highly probable that in the near future, mall clerks will be employed on the busses as they now are on the mail trains and in transcontinental uce BANK ROBBERIJES. Bank robberies are becoming almost a daily occurrence in Iowa. A few years ago they blew up banks, usual" ly at night, but now they walk boldly into a bank and command "hands up and begin operations of looting the institution of all Cash hi sight. They are always well armed, their plans of working and escape carefully made and anyone not complying with then* demands is hi grave danger. In the first place it takes men with nerve to pull a bank robbery and they well know She consequences if captured. As a result they take as few chances as xwslble and as a matter of self-pro- ection will shoot to kill. Organized as they, are, in gangs with nil kinds of | m every direction artillery and perhaps a machine gun ' or two they have a big advantage over the banks and the public. There seems o be but one sensible thing for n banker to do, and that is, obey their commands. He can not afford to take a chance with desperate men who have he drop on him. With laws prohibit- ng the sale and toting of fire arms, H seems these fellows have no trouble in securing all the guns and ammunition hey desire. After Uncle Sam com- elled all mail clerks to carry a gun •hile on duty and shoot to kill, with a beral reward for the capture of mail robbers, the number of robberies has ecreased to a minimum. Little Hollandale Ships Potatoes, Gamer Leader: Shipment of 26 cars 6f potatoes and onions into Garnet on one train Friday, from fields in the muck lands about Hayfleld, Crystal Lake, Crystal Siding fchd Hawley, constituted illustration of the vast amount of produce that is being raised on these newly developed areas. During the Week a total of 76 car loads were shipped out of this prolific region. trice conditions are reversed from That they were a year ago, with potatoes bringing the better returns. Spuds are selling at $1.50 to $2.25 per hundred pounds, with yields that vary from" one hundred bushels' an acre upwards to the top yield that has been reported of 326 bushels per acre. While the market for onions returns only 65c to 80o per hundred pounds, differential in price is made by a larger yield, for the onions will yield 400 to 800 jushels per acre. When it is known that a car will carry either 25,000 pounds of onions or 30,000 pounds of )otatoes, it is apparent that the shipments made the past week have reached an immense volume. Yet this is not the end of it. At the rate the produce is moving it will ake until the first of November to i move the full crop out of the muck and area. Only a corner Of the potato . nd onion raising area has yet been finished. Practically all of this pro- is going out hi branded sacks REMOVAL of Cstal Acres Wesley Men Are Now in Trouble Garner Leader: As a result of a auto collision in front of the Clin Daniels farm three miles northeast o Garner Sunday evening, Homer Law son of Wesley fs held to the grnn Jury on a charge of operating a mot or vehicle while intoxicated, and Ralp Lloyd, also of Wesley, was fined $2 and costs on a charge of drunkenne The men appeared before Justice H V. Reed, Monday afetrnoon after hav ing laid in the city jail over.Sunda night when they were apprehended b Marshall Herman Daniels. The crash of cars occurred abou seven-thirty o'clock when the two mei . were driving west on the A. Y. P. trail at Whlttemore in a new Bulck sedan. Their car col- 01 TTiiiiiciuurc. Several Cars Stolen mail airplanes will also be used in the same manner. Emmetsburg suffered an epidemic of W. J. Campbell of Jessup and driven car thefts over the week end. Last by Fay-LeClere of Jessup, who was News and Comment. We hear of price wars in various ^places on gasoline. We hope the local stations get buoy and the. times. keep up with Thursday the sedan belonging to H. S. enroute to Cedar Rapids to attend his Dailey of Whittemore, was stolen from cick father. LeClere had been to its parking place near the golf links on Spencer hi connection with a fair en- the south edge of town. It was at I terprise. Three people were with him, first thought that it was possible the I but none were injured. Wesley bank robbers might have come I Mrs. Campbell had been to Spencer this way and taken the car. However, I to see her husband, who was inter- it was^ found Saturday In a corn field lested hi some running horses at the fair. In spite of the fact that Lawson was m. a new coach belonging to Lew's | catapulted through the windshield he was not seriously cut. His left eye near Havelock. Saturday evening at about eight p. I . a new coach belonging to Lew's Canham was stolen from its parking Per Cent on all Tires and Tubes Special Discount on all TRUCK TIRESand TUBES 30x3K Cl. Cord, $3,65= =29x4,40 Balloons, $4,25 CLAPS A DDLE Tire We used to talk about the long-haired men and short-hatred women, but now, it's the he-woman who gets into the limelight. Jesse James and .the Younger Bros. ed to the Warm arid saved other cars parked near it. hayelpstsome of then-, popularity with practically destroyed by flrejvhere it • ^ '~~ In these fast times the days are not long enough and, now we have night base ball, golf and other amusements, besides the old army game. place half a block from the busiest in-(showed signs the" next day of having tersection in town. It had not been I been injured and there were numerous, located late Sunday afternoon. The blood stains on his shirt. He had to | same evening a car belonging to Frank wa ik very cautiously as his limbs were Gray was stolen from its parking place I bruised and lame from the injuries one block from-the main business I sustained when he was thrown out of street. It was returned several hours the car. Lawson posted bonds in the officers had been searching sum of $1,000 for appearance at ;the • (September term of court, while Lloyd car of Lloyd Frederick wasjpaid his fine and went on hls-way. EXIDE BATTERIES WASHING GREASING BRAKE SERVICE for it The Roy Bjustroms Given a Surprise Party. None of the passengers in the Water- r an almost perpendicular posinc-n In the ditch after the accident. It Is registered in the name of his mother. Mr. Campbell has retained a Garner attorney to look after his interests in recovery for damage suffered. Washington -- j .A'. .\^Er;ri^--i3L^.^>-~-~ Last -week was a big week for the | Hobarton, September LaFollette family. One ot the boys •was nominated .for governor of Wisconsin and the other one was married A report that Hi Yackey, the popu lar state agent, gave a sermon in i Tipton church recently is read with amusement by many of his ol friends. Uncle Sam has given pern-its to few selected distilleries to make tw million gallons of whiskey. That mean a gallon for every fifty people Ohel why monkey with only a drop in bucket. Bank robbers used to skulk aroun and after everyone was in bed plat a stick of dynamite or soup on a ban vault and touch it off. Now they wal boldly in and say, "Stick 'em up", an get away with it. Use Iowa coal, is advised by low coal barons such as H. M Havne Iowa coal is no doubt excellent fo some purposes, but the average house wife don't like the dirt and clinker that some of the mines place on th market with the coal. Some of Jack MacNider's enemie criticized him because he appeared a the royal court in Canada in uni form. Jack earned that uniform when some of his critics were doln the slacker act and he should huv the privilege of wearing it wheneve and wherever he chooses. Several years ago the east boastei of prosperity and laughed at the farm ing communities that were hard hit suggesting that the farmers go to work Now the east is undergoing a period of depression and they don't like it The west, instead of laughing at them sympathizes. Some day the east and west will better er's problems. understand each oth- Both Coasts Knew of Air Circus Here. . Borne of the local Legion boys who were on the committees for promoting the air circus received envelopes With return address and air mail stamps on them from airplane enthusiasts from as far west as Portland, Oregon, and Rocky Ford, Col. and as far east as Philadelphia. The boy? were requested to stamp on the envelopes the words, "American Legion Air Circus, AJgona, Iowa, September gl," and to return" the envelopes by air mail. These enthusiasts probably about ttie jOrpus in national air s' where 'It was advertised. At any ra,te the local «hpw received na ' BbUPtty ««« »howed that in AlgOOft is an active or- About forty-five friends and relatives gathered at the Roy BJustrom home ast Monday to surprise Mr, and Mrs. Bjustrom in honor of their tenth wedding anniversary. Five hundred furnished the entertainment for the even- Ing. Those present were: The James Walkers of Whittemore; the Andrew Bjustroms, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bjustrom, Algona; Gladys and Mary Schultz, Algona; Mrs. Fred Schoby and children, Charles Hurd and Mrs. Smith of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runchey, Hobarton; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bergenson and daughter, Hobarton Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walker and son, Hobarton; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lehman and Mrs. Lehman's mother of Chicago and Irene, Maxine and Hazel Mitchell. A collection was taken as a gift to the Roy Bjustroms. Cake sandwiches and coffee were served. Chas. Pooch Family Gather at Livermore. Hurr.boldt Independent: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pooch of Livermore gave a chicken dinner September 14 in honor of their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs. Adam Miller of Spokane Washington. Those present were: Mr and Mrs. Fred. Pooch of Algona; Mr and Mrs. Norman Scott and two sons of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Chrlstensen and daughter, Gladys of Alden; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Green two sons, Ed. and Clarence and daughter, Edith of LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs Ed. Opheim and children of Livermore, Mrs. Gunderson of Livermore- and Mr. and Mrs. Von B*nk of West Bend. A good time was enjoyed by U1J, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Miller visited at the Mike Von Bank home the first of the week. Murderer Identified by Brother of J. M. Moore, State Agent Hi Yackey captured onj of the trio who shot and killed R. G Sproat, a vigilante at Tipton, Iowa, and afterward kidnapped Robert Moore, a brother of J. M. Moore of this city whom they compelled to drive to Du- juque, where they turned him loose The man, Wayne Kile, was arrested at Canton, Ohio, and confessed being jne of the gang, claiming that his two ompanlons fired upon the vigilante, le was brought back to Tipton and dentlfied by Mr. Moore as one of he gang. Obituary of Mrs. George Zanke._ Mrs. George J. Zanke, formerly Tollie M. Gowen of Ottawa, Illinois, passed away Monday, September 15 at the Billings Hospital in Chicago of agra- nulocytosls, an exceptionally rare disease. Mrs. Zanke is survived by her husband, George, and father, Lewis Gowen of Ottawa, both of whom accompanied the remains here. A few days before her death she requested that Father T. J. Davern preach the funeral sermon and that she be buried with the remains of the late Joseph J. Zanke, who came to Algona in 1870. The funeral services were held at eight-thirty o'clock Thursday morning in Algona at St. Cecelia's church. Mrs. Zanke has frequently visited her husband's relatives In Algona during the past eighteen years and made numer- *<y&y&&^^ By Fred Holmes, Wash. Correspondent for the U. D. M.-B. Washington, September 22.—Not ev- sn a government-empowered investigating committee could have found anyone in Washington who sat up all night awaiting returns from the several state primaries held this week. In fact, considering all of the hubbub raised by the politicians over the national import of the results, the lack of public interest was amazing The daily press duly chronicled the outcomes but there were no "scare-heads" and apart from that on the LaFollette avalanche in Wisconsin but little comment. One listened in vain for that heretofore inevitable "I told you so," and that banal "I knew it all the time," and that apologetic "Well, that doesn't mean anything, anyway." •• • • That President Hoover's naming of three more members of his not yet fully grown tariff commission should have created more than a ripple of in- f— — - *.-o--w«x.«» j WU»U V»<AVA JA1UUC *il41IlCl f *. i i. XX. --frjf*** V* *-»*- ous friends who now mourn her death cere . s > ; ft tne expense of allegedly im- Mrs. Zanke was an active member of the Philanthropy committee of the North Shore Woman's Club of Chicago. Many Newspapers in a Delicate Position. Fenton Reporter: The Reporter finds itself in a peculiar predicament in this campaign. Here we have a home man seeking re-election for representative on the republican ticket with whom we have no fault to find. Then comes along a good democrat (on the party ticket represented by this paper) seeking election to the same office on tho opposite ticket. Not wishing to be unfair to Mr. Jensen we shall not support either candidate other than give space to any statement either of them cares to make through the columns of this paper or to reproduce such comment as we may deem of news value to our readers concerning the candidates from some of our exchanges between now and election. portant state primaries is considered a source of wonder here. More so that an admiral's resignation should detrac from the supposed Interest in the grea game of politics, especially when fist fights between leaders of contending factions marked the closing hours o a few of the games. Still more so thai news of the victory of the drys am the triumph of the wets was ignorcc for another chapter in that now palluit story entitled "Ruth Hanna McCormick, or Will She Get Away With It? • • • What caused such abnormal interest In President Hoover's tariff commission nominations was not so much the per- sonnell of the known five-sixths of that body as was the conviction thai a senatorial fight on confirmation was inevitable no matter who was named Senator "Pat" Harrison surprised no one when he formally announced that most if not all of the appointees, including even present Commissioner Alfred P. Dennis, democrat, of Maryland, would be vigorously opposed when the nominations were submitted to the senate in December. It has been no secret here that men of the caliber desired by President Hoover emphatically declined to offer themselves subjects of vivisection in the senate's clinical laboratory. » * * Incidentally, the new commission, •A bare six weeks before the date of I First honors in the preliminaries of bis normal retirement, Admiral Charles' the 1932 presidential sweepstakes go F. Hughes, at his own request, has been .to Senator Joseph T, Anderson of Ar- relieved of his duties as Chief of Naval Operations, The veteran naval officer, ^__tfci. "-'—.i : __r'_«i .•*-'•>-!*:•;•••'.' - _ . •• . .- -' 'arm House Burns, Furniture Saved. Irvington, September 23. Special: The farm house formerly occupied by itr. and Mrs. Glen Beard and family, urned to the ground Wednesday! The arm is owned by Isadore Eisenbarth. 11 the furniture except that upstairs as saved. The Beard family have moved in with Mr. Beard's father, Joe eard, who lives on Mr. Burllngame's arm. •ier. Under the civil service retirement act he was eligible to retire on a pension last December, but was granted a two-year extension. Rural Mail Carrier Twenty-Five Years. Whittemore Champion: Monday of this week Albert F. Behnke, rural car- .... . L •• , rler on route number two, completed I stl11 Bnort of completion, is facetlous- twenty-five years of service as a car- • ly referred to here as President Hoov- rier. TTnrfpi- fh» ni,/n **,„,<„„ —«„ era "bob-tail flush," but the president has stated that the sixth victim for the senatorial torture chamber will be announced within a few days. * * • Again one department of the government, not questioning the necessity for administrative economy, is trying to show us that retrenchment, unlike charity, does not begin at home. Our sea-lords naturally plead for a big navy—Just a s big as is permitted us under the London naval limitations pact. Whether selfish or unselfish motives are back of these pleas, It is certain that a fit of sulks Its never a convincing argument. No mathematical ingenuity is required to figure out the popularity of the spoiled child who Insists "if i can't be it, I won't play." Southgates Now Have Granddaughter. Britt Tribune: If Rev. B. M. Southgate could whistle he would probably have been "happy as he whistled his tune" Saturday when word came that their daughter, Dorothy (Mrs. D. J. Thorp) had given birth to a baby girl. The Thorps live at Seattle, Washing;on. This Is their first child and is the first granddaughter for Rev. and Mrs. Southgate. . tfie navy, resigned because, it is -authoritively stated he felt that he could not support or assume responsibility for the full measure of economy that has been suggested for the navy. At the request of President Hoover the navy department , recently prepared a program for reductions In expenditures. When further economies were recommended, Admiral Hughes asked that his successor. Admiral William V Pratt, at present commander of the United State fleet, be called to relieve him immediately, * * * Admiral Hughes has not been in good health, and says that he was urged by his physician to retire, but he will remain on inactive status, with the rank of rear-admiral, until November 1, when he will have passed the statutory retirement age. But his duties were far from being so onerous as to make a continuance of his active service for forty-two days a menace to his recovery, and his resignation at this time is not looked upon here as a fitting climax to a long and enviable career. It may be natural for him to be disgruntled— as all of us are— over the necessity for the practice of econo- i my. His pride is hurt, but at that it Is suggested that he need not forget that he owes something to Uncle Sam Any workman is proud of a large assortment of fine tools, but the goot workman goes ahead and does the bes he can with the tools provided for him Nothing but the admiral's high post tlon and the faithfulness which ha characterized his long service has pre vented his being dubbed a "quitter," * » • And then, that election-eclipsing In stallment of the McCormlck-Nye ser Jal. Whether or not the simmerin stew of espionage charges and evidenc pertaining to espionage was growing a bit top hot for the senate committee inquiring into senatorial campaign ex penses in Illinois, is a matter of con jecture. In any event this line of in vestigation has Just been summarily dropped The committee has decided to return at once to Its main line of inquiry, that being investigation of the expenditures of Representative Rutl Hanna McCormiok in the primary election which gave her the republican nomination to the United States senate. According to Senator Gerald P Nye, of North Dakota, chairman of the committee, this action was taken because the committee was pressed for tune and desirous of concluding its work in Chicago by the end of the week. But. one is prone to wonder if t is not more likely that the industrious Investigators grew a wee bit uncertain of Just what lay at the end or the road they were traveling, * * t No doubt is expressed that Mrs. Mc- Cormlck has actually been the victim of persecution. The committee seems to have been unwilling to confine itself to an Impartial investigation of Mrs. McCormlck's records for reference to the senate in case the lady is elected, but has actively entered the campaign hi Illinois and employed its power and prestige as a factor in the election. On all sides the committee is thought to have overstepped the proper limits of its authority and created a kansas. The thunder of the enthusiastic endorsement given him by his state aaanyor asloud iwiroenitloiu ernor Roosevelt's recent repeal declaration or Governor -Ritchie's still more as emphatic statement, of his; position,, but it was the first formal endorsement among the numerous statesmen whose- names are being heralded in connection with the forthcoming quadrlehnial 'singer, of Destiny is pointed straight at Arkansas," , •-, / / . SIXES—EIGHTS Ctryifar Blttl Sport !Ko«bt*r. tiff} Incomparable performance -^Outstanding value Tte Eigtt Ckry«l« Imperial Eight All pric«( f. o. b. . '1495 '2495 »!„, 9 1 fr Helberg Garage Phone 41. ' West of Court House Official AAA Garage, KMIII CllllVSIhlt ItKMUt KM! ABEAUTICULTRIBUTE dangerous precedent, that Mrs. MeCormtck jt is conceded a just griev ance, but It is considered here that she has shown exceedingly poor judgment In her methpd of venting it , THE ROYAL PIIPPLB VAU.T 1 know tlwt departed . _. . i, -, ~f >--».-» r«M ||w>«,. y%4y«^ t i 'i ,*i

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