The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1931 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 25, 1931
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_ JHoine$ ^ 8AGGARD & BAOKtJS, Publishers. The tipper Des •— «-»«V4tmWliJ| f Uk/llOilClO, *nfc«d as Secondi Cla*.matter at the postoffice at Algona, iowa, under the ~ •' - . * ct of ingress of March 3, 1879. Issued Weakly. : .. Subscription Bates in Kossuth Countv thie tear, In Advance ... y 81* Months, in Advance ..""""""" $2 ' 00 ~- Months, hi Advance ... l ™ M 4 . ""••••"•—•-—*••-———«—-.- . an •vv Capitol Was Stormed By Angry Farmers 26, 1931 . Display Advertising, 30c Per Inch Composition 6 cents per inch extra. Big Delegation Protests to Cooperative Shipper* r^i.* Held Meeting. Fifteen hundred farmers from — —„ stormed Thursday and all state capitol against the law making bovine testing compulsory The law has been violated by many farmers who refused to have their cattle tested for tuberculosis. Governor Turner admonished them to obey the law so long as it stands upon the statute books. They also denounced the county assessor bill and they were un- an^nous in their opposition. *"- farmers carried cards bearing fW tit !/>»•» If Alt k.- ... . . . . ° WHO CAN EXPLAIN IT? During the past few years hundreds mi^S ? IOWa and throughout the jninrilo Ttraor v>n«..* t._. » _ m.ri forced to close AU We want ls - • "" " = wtuiK jo justice. the T. B. test optional." They all had blood in their eye and a Cedar TCunty farmer told the legislature, "If the legislature doesn't know how we farmers stand, damned ,bad." now it ,isf just too A Sioux county farmer declared that the farmers are "free citizens, but that they cannot be driven," and a Washing county farmer demanded that the legislature help "save our homes from tote damnable graft." They also made the following declarations: r> "~""'~ to compulsory military •*"*' •- "'-'-ii tut UcU LO ClC by the banking department and as a result thousands of people, many of them aged, lost practically their life's sayings, secured by self-denial, fruga! living and many imes the abstinence of real necessities that they might have enough to keep them in comiort in their declining years. These people can be found in practically every' town and city in Iowa and many of them must now depend upon charity after «i life spent industriously, and in keep- 6" TlHt.h fVialt* <»««.. -* Legislature on Bovine Tuberculosis Test. BONNSTETTEE SAYS ALL FOB THE BEST. The Real Voice of the People Heard for Once In the Halls of the State Legislature. (By Representative Bonnstetter). ii_i. •_ __ More effective selection of the time and place of sale of hogs of each 2 Ual% was atooEted bv ° unty Cooperative ship- Prin ? mee "ng at Fenton Pin AdVanta f es of r^ 0 ™ 1 or . s lllng Ancles in such a mer. ln prog f am were Considered. « devel °P' n e better member' elau ons were studied. Officers managers of local represented Chevrolet is the world's largest builder of six-cylinder trucks an and , eep- Ing with their ideas of economy, it is ' , WH °JM°!? ^ 0rId ' S greatest tragedies. Why did it happen? Bankers were in Tvft?. i£?? W> Des M °ines, March 21. To the Editor: This was a hectic week for the members of the house. Wednesday the optional Military Training detaSV ? r conside ratlon andI thf debate was of seven hours duration I am of the opinion that during this time, not three votes were converted for or against the measure and had we VOted bpfnro tho rfi C o,,-,i_J _.._ ! au . w . e In keeping with an established cus- «r£L? entertainment of the county organization by a local association Sic Fenton Cooperative Shining associa- to* acted as host, serving a'dtaSef at address of welcome was '" Hengel, president of the Livestock Shippers. J. *tL~~ ""*""** Was oi>cti ecu, have been the same. if MA T u nave °een the same. wh B rl'th OWeVer 'u provide a niethod where the members who indulged In the contest, relieved *' ..." - —„ — .„ Happen,. .tmnKers were in many instances accused of dishonesty Frozen assets, or paper that couia not oe paid, unwise speculations and a|came ou* f it" «— ~""" I """ c Bwa rr rc.~tr.rsrr jfssL~*s[$»- - »<- Stete Opposition to the salary grab Opposition to the state police force Opposition to the teachers' minimum wage law and favored a cut of fifty per cent in the appropriations for the E» 2™ versl ty and Iowa State Col&«,™? r « faVOr the tave " H W«on of ° M the cause but g s time goes on and these banks that were closed are paying dividends, it begins to appear that some greater reason for their fail- urer is in evidence. Most of the defunct banks that have been cleaned up have paid over fifty percent in dividends to the depositors and one bank ninety per cent. 4. •"""""*' wc w ere cne nosts o teen hundred farmers, who were „,„testing against the comnnicm-o T> « cattle test. Never beforeKKtofy natut 6 ±* h * A •Sfftacte of thiZ house —-•«- uvui^- lltLO H nature appeared at the" state ana most of this came about became ?"«" reporter did not stick to™ truth or at least was not careful to report facts to his paper. McParlane's coal I enced in the • — -j f t,i \jcnisi j.i WlCrC IS S.T1V reason why any bank that can pay out j^S"?! "if T ' a~^p"Q." 8 Thf *™f Per ,^ ent ° r better d "rlng t neC %%£ ^{f^^ committee met Feb- worst period of depression ever evuerl- We f h chairman, Mr. Van . support of an Income tax on corporations. Oppose tax free securities. They are in favor of the election of the county superintendent of schools by popular vote. "cnoois They ask for the cessation of road Hlrflno- until n.k.1. i . . •*""" should be closed we would like very much the starte starts to know what it is. When a revenue of Pr ° Perty at a which I am chatoan and at " -- ---VKUAVAA vj, iuua paid for WhEt haS bcen buUt te They support a bill abalngst making Mandatory the county appropriations tavof, 6 ^ m bureau and fav or the taxation and regulation of public uti- to be seen Just what — then there is enough left to have kept them in business in a prosperous manner. The present de- sion would have been over lone azo "£°i be f! f ° r the bank tro «bles. or "* * 'a nnhH •h . ' mz ' 1Javls as^ed for a Sot n hnearin f f an d the committee wat "ft in a position to grant it because ££ ~^ S ; Now here * where th f s but it would have been bet- Vb VAA j MOD WlittU — farmers will have upon legislature. Some of their claims no doubt meet with the approval h» public while others may not "ate the farmers of Iowa are organizing to take the "bull horns" in iowa legislative mat- stockholders. had thev - rather throw the the of and the Death and Illness in the Mayne Family. Emmetsburg Democrat: Postmaster l^k : sl?l ?tK4^j&--^-S; Wherever you go-on city street known packers, oil companies and orcounfryroad-youfindChevrolet manufacturers are using Chevrolets six-cylinder trucks very much in in steadily growing numbers. Every ev,dence.Tensofthousandsofthese line of business, every field of in- sturdy workers are on the fob dustry is coming to rely more and daily, delivering goods, moving more on these big, powerful Sixes. Indeed, the demand for Chevrolet trucks during recent years has been Large fleets of Chevrolets are cov- such that Chevrolet ranks today ermg the nation for prominent as the world's largest builder of six- publ,c utility firms. Nationally cylinder frudcs and commercial cars • - o 57»^««»/ IIIWTIIIU supplies, doing all types of light and heavy hauling. trivo""**,— t ° Ur comm itttee refused to I ~ — Su^VBK 1 *-*--*the C h ..r.,o, '^. :h «h«» L w,,h MT *—. .».»•"••x^.'.ssr u '° c °—'*••' *»^«i Special equip- $ 52O OTHER EDITORS TO LO\VER Ol the todiano suggest a way to bring down Let every public employe and e CO-OPERATIVE OH, COMPANIES? Swea City Herald: Organization of a community oil company-"-"• -_- „ „.„ . iijey giQj ]jj g Governor Turner and the not knowing the situation, them what they wanted and the resolution was ignored ana we were f£ad eg to comp i y wltn the gov ^ es of the Country. Whittemore Champion: To arid to d tO aged an- another See your dealer below Frank Pisher, Titonka Roderick Auto Co., Lone Rock Wesley Auto Co., Wesley Service Motor Co.. Burt , Algona MleU,.? or at least his supporters $200,000,000 to $300,000,000 more by the ery profits, which if left in the com bdT ma ite building, m the case of the oil company proposed here a larg ' ber of citizens put in small apiece; nobody £ called -*» TTWLUU uuvc; ilitDDfiDGfl I —"* w ***"*»*^u xuuu , crossed their paths. Our Product, but the fine and able talks 5 d ? em a sm all "~. but there was a' . ... iuoomjy Jn tn g the presence of large for- roH ""° becomes onerous we ------ - "» -»*^, o«*iiic We* V City a half dozen or more take ™ i community. Particular- ca n be noticed the passine out -wr « h one and light and power series hands of such concerns the sword" miehtler than »«»«.Av0 oiiu wages OI loTo remuneration received by news-' or^ Iegal notlces an d board proceedings was established in that year. The newspapers are not this year ask- Intr any advance. Two years ago teev and they thought they were onto It; but the money had to be '" the legislative expense — , year the matter as dls.-, ^ „/ the officers of the Iowa Prpso Association, and the decision rewhed unanimously that this is no JSrto raise a price established in 1873. The naners are therefore going along I66S tn6V WprB (Hvpn flff»* • 1rAn«*« *Z "ViV 61VCI1 lUty- \ry— »-.»_., ~\ C"****W V/J, bilCdC en." *1 Thfi Kill V. J -~ — vw^* \Jf, tU 'wh^i wpn?' * Oon ? on ^ vou fe l- Th^nr re eft here ' alw manv £,,£ ^ a " y Vlrtues and •^fine t0 CUt expenses ' ^e ow ^ ^^"f ° b J^ion to locally tte XL?T £%&?*£&* Jack of op n e d ratrgtSrS er an S d fin^! ^-^ a ^ ""'~* "*** ctal resources. These two fetors too .^isaESHEf?- M»to SUM,y ta, BuponAortl5lh ; !St %££",** SS»~.<»« »» Jar Rnrt a1-rAo^<r 4-u«. i-ji . rirnrt nf *«. ,. i^ or two cents H of fyncnlltiA Tii-t "\ — — -••** i^AA^c" i uiic yuwttr to oiA/>f 4-^^ ~ " — "*• recent raid nett- —- __.„t, some few hun- ZL^* 6 *?"* Product ullriilC' rno o-pf n «». • ;— •*«•*, baajua i j , — —™«* wu-^iin. eHjme lew nun •** ^ -t.* ?evoi,H P n^ m . e ; ..L^ 0 easl Jy se^hw St. B<>n^l,'/%«. t>« habitants and social conditions, to their coasts will be ""' virtually be carry- h«iSi«iKi'* out to sea - the Benedict Pioneer Visits in Algona. u Ij u " a People be de- w«i* in s^awM.'s.ffl Th. „_ ,.„ «_..• ruth. a^^alllng on old _friends. Mr. News and Comment. as upon April 5 this year and already the ladies are looking over the Easter bonnets. Well, that S. U. i. probe is giving ^-cS^aasr a on wapyr « rawjta^^-gffl J ^°^_ to ,_ the we saw™! b ' here when work and economy 0 taSSnTS^ hard the pnnnttj'e «. i. . ~~~»*.MZ V*A^ ui LIII abto c^tt' substantlal a nd honor «f *v, j ... t""ui. ja gjvmi of the dailies a lot of copy thai but few readers care to read Nevada's legislature passed a bill legalising ail sorts of gambling and hn™ „„,„„ They mus) . be ft t^ana horse racing, bunch. A Kentucky farmer wants President Hoover to loan him $100. He could loan a lot of farmers money if he had enough. begun to sweep the count? amendmr-' -•-• - thp nil v,,,oi« 'pns of the profits in tloned pviis n,,f iv. — ««u»c men- tne ou business have comp nut fvT evus. But the prooonpnfc nt Washington News dw' D " C " March 22._President Hoover made an automobile tour of Oil w«w w» ai»n,, ouiue tnc of the entire population will upon him, and his presence v."v:,t""\ tlme ^ins make the inhabitants cease to feel insular • * * No one will deny that President Hoover is richly entitled to a few day of rest and change of scene. Th acute problems of the past year hav weighed heavily upon him. and the re cent session of congress must hav made far-reaching demands on his patience. One of Mr. Hoover's mos characteristic traits is his conscientious zeal- For a man so constituted th troubles of the last year have been particularly wearing. • • * ^IH Washington, from the preslden to the humblest government clerk, has developed an intense interest in tb treasury's finances. Everywhere ont went the constant inquiry was "how much has the Income tax fallen off?' In the midst of his preparations to leave for a twelve-day Caribbean cruise President Hoover showed an interest in the answer to that question. Secretary of the Treasury Mellon and his aides have become nervous trying to figure out the total result fromj the first handful of income returns. * * •> nv,? e vf P J te th e. evident pleasure with which democrats are willing to welcome tilft nrnPTiasctvo fat-mUit ***** , , , were to have done it for tV h n,J? y J, he matter stood the night before the meeting national the The increasing rapidity of the re- ?i«£Jrt aPPMcatlons for veterans' ad- JUSted Serving Inone mill .... ... ££«*" toe fiscal year, June 30, according to the opinion expressed by .treasury experts. This estimate resultenerai: . "T •*~»M»V xuues, acun ^JJS*^:'*'**. that an , cUtional $390,000,000 would ta rvlce loans wm ,, to finance loan prior to April t tional borrowing by the r applications had already been Prf frvuv. 1 innnno ___ i _____ * " vv " e reasun of about $200,000.000 by April 11 ffirom ed from 1,372,006 veterans. wtatep * 1930 - 31 will go down w, th a f the driest for many years. With the jails full O f bootleggers is there little wonder. o^uu auawur to tne niiBcffr,^ * i n, i """ "'"ciiuuients MOV* ,j — o-eai, puuoing proeram Tn a tho 5= 1. •-^"••"•"- a " B'oup into Now when Mayor Walker of New York and Governor Roosevelt get into AI a i,,!*' 8 g ° lng to be to ° bad ^r A] Smith and Tammany, All the taxpayers of Iowa want is a reduction in taxes but that will never come until the legislature sees fit to make a reduction in expenditures. Iowa people all favor the tax on oleomargarine, it helps the farmer by creating a better demand for butter and helps the revenue of the state. Governor Dan had more or less experience as a member of the legislature but he never imagined that time could change a group of men who act as the present legislature acts. When Teddy Roosevelt, perhaps one of the most admired statesmen this nation ever had, could not put over a third party it looks foolish for men like Borah to talk about it. - - a — — "»•** unit, _y jjj tTend eIaf ; C t 0 h ntained as P"«We- The s^at tess&r as ! r' jt may a Tn d etnST s r/ deed0fCOm - A NEW TAX SCHEME. Rlngsted Dispatch: The Dispatch much in IL THEWO&wf other — — "»""••*•"' TIMAAV I/O D6 I -„ want to be shown first ..„. .„ , 0 impossible to get a Progressive republican into the presidential rapp •Ram^nr, *!,„(. 11 *\___ . .* /n-._ Iwitv, I, "itvjng ner face lifted $25 Model T P A t i Secretary of the In was stoi'pn h,, M °del T Pord sedan * * * Governor Roosevelt is nroeressivp had 1e? take y i? f° Ung " lan Whom he The tri P gave the nresldpnt enou * h to sult them. P«W«*«ve made to work out V ta P lcked ,"P and Needing some rmrh, r ld he cou!d - * * * I?, 1 re P rese ntatlves of both the repub- He h te hw.£ k r^^^^ Happy ta t he anticipation of J^^^^^dg * ilim, X^rGSiQ6nt I COlilri nnt. ha Av*->f>n^ nr j *._ »_ ' iem collection. Congress has adjourned but the base ball season will open to a few days, so why worry. A beats man named tung with a Hell at Notice to Contractors. > deck as the March 23, 1931 BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. States" hp h8 w!rf llUand of the W United States he wiri see untu his return * • * ./VIVA* UAJlliClt tl| l/i pose. The conference served as a clearing house for a mass of theories, criticisms, and complaints which have only one thing definitely in common- the fact that they are all —' • views. * » • u*?" h ?. V j 01 ^u c ! wlth wh ich dry senators attacked Chairman John J. Raskob's proposal for restoring states" ' ° OVf*l* flip f»Anfw*1 s\t ll~... The New Maytag T Wpf^*^ 1 ner WCU| Plug. Th*» st_i,. • w~*.i.*iw -•-- — —...«. w j»juui was fortunate for the wete. For it revealed the weakness of the d.ys in the democratic national committee. As oriiri- "•"•• planned, Mr. Raskob was to have for a resolution recommending "'" ^ a f, kob amendment to the federal constiution to the democratic national IOWA ^OM^vtAKES ™^—" » ELF THAT SELLS FOR LESS THAN •^sk^w-- A. K. CUFF [ HlfU&29i Algona, 20-M

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