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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 7, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota The Tihes Tomse o f f1c1a _ paper being k coh Follett of of hit enter prise established 1st9 the few c county times est amp bushed Ano Uuk Semi weekly Tribune establish o 1897. Contains a summary of vents olt the we a and county n issued on wednesday subscription Price $2.50 per year in Freeborn and adjoining counties outside this. It $5.09 per it ear Al ways in Advance. Liliie the business Outlook. Nonpartisan Clews ii 1 is Vav Eck of movement new York Bank report says that crops to Market the Cavalier county Farmers press. Nonpartisan league paper a Langdon. N. 13., suspended Publica a Porf continues n Tion last week. Farmers of the cent e in the business Jaunity will pocket a loss of $2o,. Ency toward better it is the same old Story in All these Jim Klutts no twit i league newspaper enterprises tic ups and Downs. I Farmers foot the Bills and the m it motors make the Money. The farm. Official paper of the City of Albert Aibet Lea Minnesota by the Nelt Ink Loans pc Lea publish e13 ii sent la Albert Lea is. O. Sbtons0 l s. Wbi7\um Burt May and Downs Strong sex irly Market Ity of meet apparently cd for credit and to pro it Ood Supply Basing. In Rove in the Normal con y Wallingford look like a Piker. Saturday we heard a be at Mer chant complaining non the people who go to the City to Trade. A Gay did no to have any sympathy for him. He never tells these people what he has on his shelves for he does t advertise. The merchants in the to in cities Are telling the local people All about their Eis first paid $10,0th for a run Down bargains in nearly every Issue of the Plant Worth about $2,500. The pro win City papers motors got a Large share of this first a payment for protect theist it then appear was sold and were turned c dans and sell a helping the Farmers Ives from Wall that $5,400 More Stock the on ire proceeds ver to league Politi Init is who take in the publishing co. Of be 101-107 West Catlege Corner of Broadway editor Street our Telephone numbers. Call 722 for editor City editor news and society editor. Call 72 for l. S. Whitcomb 8. O. Simonson bookkeeper advertising want ads. Subscriptions bookbinding Job printing of Bee equipment and furniture. End a Ijiro it i went in autumn of Busi building a in railway a Eash under the High sounding title of a league service then More Stock was sold Lor which notes were taken and these amounting to f6.400 More was sent to the league service Bureau. All the a service Bureau Quot does is to Send socialist propaganda matter to the papers to be published. Thomson has made j. Rufus i not be fatal to the a however Here seems to he no conclusive reason Why sales of real estate and capital assets sales of the use of property and sales of services should not be Tatri along with goods wares Anil Mer Randise. But sales of certain a hosts in action notably stocks and securities present Fea lures of considerable difficulty and some exceptional to Talent must undoubtedly be accorded a what the people undoubtedly want is Tower taxes. But realizing that taxes must remain High for a considerable period they demand and will insist upon three things 1 that the Burden of taxation be equally spread 2 that taxes be capable of being forecast with reasonable certainty tin Farmer who tend that the la hot of computing and reporting tax liability be reduced to a minimum. As Between a Multi tude of heterogeneous specific sales officers for taxes and a uniform turnover can doubt the eventual it per atm a still has moved Over inti. Is it not a fact that the Philip-1 to it Mower county and is now doing pne 8a1 is to Rai 1 0q,v about business with a new till. Get Busy $7,000,000 during the past year from a Mower county official so far the population o people or a Proxie Bitely to cents per capita and she Dies while vie miss Lena Ostein of Luverne Minn., passed away suddenly at one of clock saturday morning. A citizen of Oakland informed a yesterday that a 1 i is on the Eastern line of Freeborn county and who was recently arrested by Freeborn county officers in Mower county Are apparently a Hunch of dead ones. Mind Likely to bring recovery j it is published free of course und a i the sales tax a is thus subscription a outside fret hmm and com nov Stion Maccou six month one year one week p x Monti one year s Pya by a y mail v Carr by Caes n. O. A a edited. Vary the theory that it will help the portion earn Quot cause of the Farmer. As a matter of erts of fact it is h Slick scheme to have others i Farmers pay All the expense of pub or last Lishing and circulating socialist dop1 .15 Anonymous Conru Nicatie Reju acte i. Rejected it Arm a not be returned unless at by stumped envelope. Is will script will the Ltd ups the i no o a k Lim in11 a go Coy to to exposition of the theory and practice of this form of taxation. Miss Lena Oestern. Of la Vernc Minn., passed away in this City at 12 30 of clock saturday morning while visiting her Cousin mrs. L. J. Okie on South Washington Street. Ivess Oestern accompanied by her sister mrs. H. J. Tompte of Luverne. Arrived in Albert Lea about a week ago. Friday morning she was up around the House. At 11 of clock she became ill with stomach trouble so she went up stairs to Anjier room. She was not believed to be seriously ill about two hours before her death. A doctor was railed but nothing could be done to relieve the sufferer. She is survived Only by her sister. She was 64 years old. The remains will be taken to Luverne for burial monday morning. Of which of til h of Imago a Bui of no Tom 4 i up u a. Job rough a b Doctura Wise would have to b Ca it paid for. After the Cavalier Cou fit i. A Iari mrs had put up All this Money a main mortgage of 13,500 had to be put on a of he Plant to raise Money for running expenses and now the party holding the mortgage has cot scared an i Dot wants his Money. The history of the i a a Cavalier county league paper is the Ding history of other league papers the j shameless betrayal of the Farmers who Nti i trusted league schemers and graft re july the Sci Long p drive Leader. Heard at Home. Of Capa it Myrtle band pleased. A fair Monang n vat certain 1> e no mistake when Trey contract o have Leader of pal amp eur and my he 1. My help music on w in Nairn pc a a is y i a i Kirin Generou in Lair maw where a Dja put my Sisoes an my Check Cap that i wore to school last Spring gee these shoes Are tight i know these Are not the ones i threw in the basement. Whereas my Black stockings naw i mean the ones i wore with that Black pair of pants before vacation. I Tell yer i did i Pur them right Here and someone must have moved them i know where i put done to i now How in the Dickon Kin i go to school if i can to find Mem a never mind son it will not he Viry Long Unhul Chrls Imas. And then by Razeti a Burton. President tax league of America. Chapter Ixta. Q. Is it not a fact that the sales tax was used in Egypt. Babylonia and Rome that it prevailed in France prior to the revolution that it has prevailed in Many instances when a privileged aristocracy was in position it dictate the method of securing revenues of the state thus deriving the greater part of the revenues from the sales of necessities to the common Man that the democratic movement Vas instigated and is maintained for the Prev nation of such methods of open Sion ? a. Both the income tax and the Sab s tax have been safely used from die time of Moses with tithes on in come o 10 per cent and on general sales of 1 per cent. Both have sue of ded at reasonable rates and Oil a a noise they have failed. Pro a Sor Seligman gave a Good historical sumary of the varying ales of Miles taxes before the Senate committee May 27th, part 16 committee i int. But his conclusions did not emphasize the certain failure of a High rate of every form of taxation whisk a usually led to revolution whatever the tax. He states of the sales tax a the Only country where it was tried in All its fullness was Spain. It tarted there in the Early Middle Ages in the communes and when things Spain became a nation it was Intro iced As a regional tax in 1312. It included virtually All articles first As i 1 per cent tax later As a 5 per cent ales it was known As died saturday a hat if a sales tax us imposed on the Consumers of the United states sufficient to raise $2,000,000,000 that it will mean a per capita tax of $20 or for the average family of five persons. $100 and that if it raises $3,000,000, 000 it Means one and on half times the $100 and that if it raises $4,000,-00,000 it Means twice the $100 or $200 per family a. A sales tax of $2,000,000,000 would be partly diffused before reaching the retail consumer. The by pot of an average tax for an average Tanily of five would imply identical conditions for All and identical abilities and desires this is not possible of realization. The Snow that Falls on a level today is not less sure to blown into drifts on the government however can and mrs. Christ Bangert passed away must give equal Opportunity to All saturday evening at 8 a i of clock at families and Protection to every Indi her Home or. Winter Street after an Vida against class prejudice and the illness inst inn Ever a period of fit teen tyranny of monopolists demagogues Yea a three weeks ago she was or bolshevik its. Taken with pneumonia which hasten Froni the Minneapolis Tribune cd her death. She was a a with cancer of the liver. Of Albert Lea Minn. Business established in 1893, organized As a National Bank 1902. Capital $50,000 surplus $25,000 Edward ols6n.pres. W. H. pres. Oscar a. Olson cashier Bert Knatvold asst. Cashier h. C. Hanson. Asst. Cashier Herb Anderson ast. Cashier directors. Ii. C. Carl on j. P. Von Berg Edward Olson h. C. Hanson Oscar c. Olson has. Jorgensen w. Ii. Wood August Asleson h. C. Nelson. We do a general banking business and extend As Liberal terms As is consistent with Safe and conservative banking. Allow interest on time Deyos its. Buy and sell drafts of the old country. Passage tickets sold on All the principal steamship lines. Prompt and careful attention to collections. Call on us when you have any banking business to transact. . Christ Bangert passed away at her Home on Winter Street. New minister for Ger. Luth. Installed by Hazen j. Burton. President tax league of America. Chapter Xvi. Beside her husband. 1 e 1 aves five children to mourn her loss the children Are mrs. Victor Sofele. West of q. I has been asserted that a sales Editp Fred Bangert of Conger Farris tax would he a a certain ii has at Armstrong mrs. Louise Kuethe of also been asst rec that a sales tax Albert Gnu and will at Home. Three after nearly a year without serv ices due to the Lack of a minister the German lutheran Church will hold its first meeting , sept. To at 2 30 at tin in Chut he i it a the Corner of main sufferer an j Euclid. The Reo. Pm Brook of Texas will be the new pastor aed was installed in tin Church to Bear Lake last sunday. A will preach Ai Thal Church and at the one in this ill. Crow Well. A i feb Hoy and 1< tin Oelwein iowan. A my ii you t w a s Vav i lit h ass on x on All e ale aval apparent i i it As Icart Vai a a Ful at the original 1 per Ceru a that tie absolute Quoit areas of t Dav jumped it late fio a i a veil then the people paid the tax. Later Vars it was again increased no of in to would be a a simple when the advocates of the sales tax differ so widely in the amount of Revenue to be produced i. A a a anywhere i my 31,700. 000d00 to 36.000.000,000, who is to Tell us and How can it be shown without years of experimentation m a n a form of taxation that the certain or simple a. It has been shown in previous chapters that the to nothing new or Uncertain in either a hah of 1 per cent sales tax or a 5 to to per cent personal income tax. Provided extern a dons Are at the minimum. Any sales tax that is not widespread and equal or that is above 2 or 3 per cent sect is certain to fail except the tax on a pleasant vices like liquors and tobacco. Personal income taxes 15 per cent have been re fail cd ept during to maintain. Us Vav rate i i i just in hot h t he pet a and Stiles i a a Are Nee children died in infancy. The deceased was a Little More than sixty six years of age. For ten years the family has lived in Albert Lea. Prior to that time they made their Home at cont or. The funeral took place at the Home in is either at one of clock tuesday afternoon and at the German lutheran Church in Pickerel Lake at two of clock. Rev Pfieffer officiated. Interment was made in the Church cemetery. A Tali Liju ii i2u n i i Morf noun on it Onu Raia bad on the they Haw for catch j set s and Boot loggers will a Sii Ziething do a Day a say the Austin the West flail Street. M. St. L railway crossing is a disgrace. The 1 fity should notify the company to put in new planking at once. 1&Quot per cent at which rate the people rebelled. Q is it not a fact that the mod notable instances of graduated above to to likewise Sui actual War. And attain or Sonai rite ohm . Q. Is it not a fact that the Basic criterion on which the tax Burden should be distributed is ability to pay that nothing so Well measures tax a f Lake care of your eyes in Lime. The headaches from which you suffer Are often caused from eyestrain. A careful examination will Tell. Correct your sight Early and avoid future troubles that develop from neglected eyes. Or. G. J. Stevenson Eye ear nose and Throat specialist Albert Lea Minn. In Tat by of w if Thall ill bet ten doll a were w our n at Mland of a of Eillery 1 have Lynn in Hie Treani make the Pine i cent the head of Ion place the whole City of. Jots of Money but not one cent to ape table. Roo Loca song to f oru 3jsion men s wite Haxe fitted the a Oughlin the and to uth Felt Thoin air Jig item Afi Fnu ii ten Phe it Laitu that the pro i i til 11 a u get a by. T tail1 the they it titular id i a f uyt fre j in in it Al tent pr4> i As Rudd boo Blacks the Gregory Bro a ill bit fid a $1,600,000 hot l at y ind Hurff. Albert Lea 4iq�at entry a uth full be i a it Tsu t no enc acted cons urn a fences and others keep that ing in Stock an a very air in the stat could ing the Ltd a Uno song in such is the i trained by Rev. Pounded at Sou Sand people at Man who can k de Bare kneed. 3ui Goth and r to 3 Paten unison. Audin ller Aln. Q a run editor Skinner. Large t j our Jerl heir Stok Antsy and Roult i. Austin and Albert us adorned Lea a. Two vary Fitte Tovin i. Tithe and Short one is liable to absorb the other. Mower Founty Leiis Anstin and Freeborn Founty need albeit Lea. Did you notice the Tureo very complimentary about the Mower Ore. A any county fair published 111 Hie Tribune Short skirt Dur no your Adf a Tyvi ufos Nestov Uniontown a lion in fifteen from Greece a shoe shining can be act t the Nickel Eusi outer. They saved the Mij trs since they Cane opened a cubby Hole that a what Lis feed by a watching and dimes whose t i a a general sales paying ability As net income and that a on a Large scale Are those of j it is generally recognized that tax France and Canada that neither of paying ability increases a ratio faster these countries impose Al Flat rate on than income sales that according to official re a Juie cbj0i subjects of Federal ports the French tax is yielding less taxation Are property Cash income a iian 15 per cent of the estimated Rev personal earning capacity Tariff for Enue that the Canadian tax exempts Revenue tobacco and liquors a Long list of commodities among q As a result of the fundamental which Are ail food products building principle recognized above is it not a materials Tor construction put a. That the progressive income tax Uel and other necessities and pro Las come to form the Backbone of the video that the governor anti Council Revenue system of most modern demo might. Add to the list of exempt ratio states articles so tar As the Putric Vve Liate the personal income tax comes first in importance then the l per a. France and Canada would sue cent sales tax on business from whirl need much better if the sales tax were about Oik third of the total Revenue confined to 1 per cent rate or less should be obtained. Then comes the with no exemptions whatever except inheritance tax and the import tax on the for $6,000 annual sales for the Small business for Revenue chiefly. Farmer and dealer. I his exemption this concludes the series of ques would otherwise treat All business t ions and answers on the sales or competitors alike while All the social turnover tax. It there fire new ques to qualities of acquired personal Titus arising. Or. Burton president wealth could be levelled up by the of the tax league of America will graduated a personal income tax and gladly answer them. Such inquiries the inheritance tax Tariff and tobacco. Hottle but addressed to him in care of from the Minneapolis Tribune this paper. A from the Minneapolis Tribune by Hazen j. Burton. A a president tax league of America. Chapter Xiv. Q. Is it not a fact that a tax of either $1,000,000,000. Or $6,000,000,000 Tho estimated Revenue which it is said can be raised by a sales tax ranges from $1.00,000.000 to $6,000, a evidently a remarks the Daven i port Democrat a Tihe Keg of near beet which exploded and broke a Dubuque Many sarm had almost a Best fair in the Northwest out Side the state fairs a is the general opinion of All who have attended the m Mje r expedient and necessary lairs this year. _4�___ there Are a lot of Weed patches about the City going to see very first High wind will carry seed into the Yards of the citizens who have tried hard to obey the Laws by keeping their Yards clean. Or. A Ltd Man Cut Mem Cut Mem it a m n c. L Cote to tiber co. A be it grades of hard and Boft and building mate s rial of All kinds s pleads guilty 0 How Many 000,000 can not be treated As a trial helped the in 0um in Kat the Burden thereof i. Hound to be Felt by someone Diego lies reach too top have act u varies with the scope of the is 5. La mutated $1,000,000? probably none general sales tax. Certainly goods la Crosse Tribune. Wart s and merchandise should be sub it Mcknight arrested on As frizzled in Ion enter Day and sex to ten thou oct. Mr., Charles r. Lord stops Ltd there saying that will yield sufficient an Iowa newspaper demanding Arl Revenue $1,200,000,000 at i per cent suit and Battery charge sat move made to forfeit big Structure for which Many tickets were sold by the elks Lodge. Laws in Badger state strict. Albert Lea purchasers of tickets for the hotel that was Given away to the Lucky ticket Holder by the elks of Chippewa Falls wis., Are not bemoaning the fact that they did not hold Tho Lucky ticket and win the $300,000 edifice for the ticket did not prove to be Lucky at All. An action has been begun by the attorney general of Wisconsin to have the property forfeited to the state under the lottery Laws which in Wisconsin Are ver it stringent. A Large number of tickets for the Ofel were sold in Albert Lea when the elks plane arrived Here from Chippewa Falls to promote the Sale last Spring. The move of the attorney general is explained by him As first step in a general cleanup Campaign of lotteries which he says appear to be sweeping hit state. All of the ticket schemes which result in the winning of a valuable prize have been he i unlawful by an opinion of the attorney general. If the state court action is successful it will result in the hotel property being turned Over to the school fund v. Hich is empowered to sell and use the Money for school purposes. The elks property was Given away to the Holder of the Ciekot. Which Vegs picked out of a huge raffle at Chippewa Falls. At that occasion tickets m f 4 were sold for a bail at $1 which in it Vlot trl to fled the Holder to one Chance in five puts t is up in cd late Model no. 5 in file a c. Smith Standard typewriter in the property was transferred toys or a ice or Home. Shipped on five the Holder of the ticket bearing the Days to Al upon request. Guaran a Lucky numb re and had hem held by teed t0 be Ike new in condition and appearance. See the Sample machine in use at the times enter prise. Send the Al l ached Coupon today n a a r i a Loti Pix new 1 a Mencum education asks his attorneys while certain brn res were cleared up. Wisconsin lottery Laws Are Strin gent but previously have been lax la Urcelay afternoon pays Fine of enforced because of the feeling that they were used largely for purposes. Church $10 and costs. G. J. Mcknight. Manager of the How Many of out $600,000,000 at on half of 1 per cent. These Are not trifling sums people can to into in Art gallery and a thl a of a Lyle subjects of make a reasonably close estimate on hairs divided them in five classes the value of a painting or a work of a goods wares and merchandise real Mph Erik maid bake shop appeared Art of any Fri Mont of us will Agron Esu it in Quot a Luigi a a to Quot St property chosen in action and Seiv Flay afternoon following a warrant is that the number is a agreed. Jce8. A 0 Sacii classes furnishing in sued for his arrest by Arnold l. Inge but How Many Art students and in stances of existing Bales taxes. It is Britson charging him with assault and Ness extended to us during Hie death does not in any Way obligate me. .1 ,. A 10 perhaps a matter Lor Lurther study Battery. Of our dear husband and father. We v0u us a a 1 in Gilt its Lin us j consideration whether the last the prisoner pleaded guilty before also wish to thank ilium Lor the Beau ame. I d a a a or. In Nev ave a i in a new ,.0unds of hot a Ltd Phi a a i it Oak Ltd a or four classes should be included under the judge and was lined $10.00 and Tifful Floral offerings. P. O. Address. 4 1 a a a a pick out a Good Milch cow by Hera general Stiles tax. Certainly the sex costs or 10 Days in the county jail. . Thomas bend1xf.n or ski nor a had a Dandy l sir. of one or More of them would the prisoner Naid the Fine. 1 and children. State. Frizzled headed gum now or. Skinner did no to they do your chewing fudge eating Modem flapper fair some Good the above article without having a moral Blowout about our 1 air a the Only one card of thanks. We v so to express our sincere a a a Shore kind relatives and -. Of r tit air sympathy and Kiml typewriter Clearing association 112 4th St. A. Minneapolis Minn. Send by return mail your offer no. 47 for securing a Standard no. 5 l. C. Smith visible renewed typewriter on your trial instalment plan. This is not an order for a machine and Marks a asks another Loveva

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