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Kellogg Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1918, Kellogg, Iowa THE KELLOGG BNTEBPUSB ftttegg W. p. COUTTB, BDITOB AMD Puop'B PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MUTUAL TELEPHONE No. 88.. Savings and Thrift Stamps. The second day after the letter requesting this was sent out by State Director Miller, ten county fair associations reported that they would do as requested. In addition to doing this, the county fair managers That an insteument purporting to be ware asked to establish booths on the' Laat WiU and Testament of Malinda fair grounds for the sale of stamps and to SatwcriptioD 11.50 per year, payable In Ttnce. H not paid ID advance per year When Money Talks. The week of May 20th to 27th will be an occasion for every patriotic American citizen to put himself on record as loyal, earnest and unselfish in the great cause to which we all are, or should be, conse- crated. It is distinctly a week when money talks. The American Red Cross is going to raise for its noble work during this week. We say it IS going to raise this amount, for to doubt that American citizens would refuse or neglect to contribute an average of one dollar each would be to disparage the loyalty and sincerity of the Ameri- can people collectively and as individ- uals. The money must be had and there is no doubt about its raising, for thousands of earnest men and child- ren too, will undergo real sacrifice to give many times their share and thus make up for the failure of the negligent, the sel- fish and those actually unable to do their part. As for the rest of average men and women who want for no abso- lute necessities but may have to give up some silly or selfish pleasure to do our part as we should do are on trial. Are we real, sure-enough patriots, or merely counterfeits? Our answer will be given this week of May 20th to 27th. We cannot evade the issue. It is '-put up-or shut up." We will have no right to count ourselves among those, who an bearing a share of the burdens and re- sponsibilities of our country in this war PROOF OF WILL. --------f Iowa, J Jasper County Notice is hereby given to all whom may concern: That an instrument purporting to provide for solicitors in the grand stands to sell stamps during the races. They al- so were asked to arrange for a scries of War Savings Stamp speeches during the fair. The splendid response made to this appeal means the sale of several thousand dollars worth of stamps in the state. part of nation's defenders by our response to the Red Crow call for funds. A Tribute to Bmll McCash. The voters of Jasper county will have the.opportunity at the primary election of casting their vote for congressman from the Sixth congressional district for a young man who is now engaged in the service of his country as a private sol- dier. The writer has known Corporal Buell McCash, of Bloomfield, Iowa, since boy- hood. He is a young man of sterling integrity who has worked his way through school, graduated in law, and has been engaged in teaching prior to his enlistment, occupying the position of superintendent of the Bloomfield schools. He is the son of Dr. I. N. McCash, former pastor of University Place Chris- tian church, which is well known to a large number of Jasper county people. He enlisted as a when he entered that it was his duty to begin his service in that manner. He is a splendid orator, clear thinker, and will reflect credit upon the Sixth congressional district should they honor him with the election. His loyalty and devotion to his country is unquestioned as is evidenced by hii en listment in the manner in which he now serving his country. The voters of Jasper county will make no mistake in Shields, deceased, has been filed in this office, has been opened and read by the of and tnat tne same will be offered for probate in open Court, at Newton, Jasper County, Iowa, on the 24th day of June A. D. 1918, and that unless objections are properly made to said instrument, on or before said date, the same will be accepted, approved and confirmed and duly admitted to probate by said Court. FRANK WILSON, Clerk District It is hereby ordered that the within J notice be published for 3 consecutive weeks, once each week, in the Kellogg Enterprise, a newspaper of general circu- lation, published at Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa, last publication to be no less than 10 days prior to June FRANK WILSON, Clerk! District Court. J H. P. ENGLE, M. D. How many men will we have to sen to France is a secondary matter. Th important thing is to send them just a rapidly and in as large numbers as is hu manly possible, and that, thank Heaven is being done. War and Thrift Stamps are the mos secure, and safe savings opportunity eve presented to the people of any nation private in the ranks the service, believing Our Light War Taxts. One reason why patriotic Americans can well afford to be liberal in their pur- chase of Liberty Bonds and War and in their contributions to the Cross and sll other agencies of war re- lief is the fact that Americans are more lightly taxed than the people of any other nation. Take the income tax for instance. In this country all incomes not exceeding one thousand dollars go un- taxed, and in the case of married men the exemption extends to an income of An Englishman receiving an an- nual income of must pay 4J per cent tax on it for war purposes, amount- ing to with no exemption m the case of marriage. A income in Eng- land means a tax of a trifle under The income pays a tax of 14 per cent, m England and only three-fourths of one per cent m America A income pays 16 per cent into the British treasury, but here it is only taxed H per cent. The Englishman having a year must pay over on it to the government, but here Uncle Sam only gets Think of this when you are asked to make voluntary contributions or invest- ment m the'cause so vital to all of us, and make your response accordingly. Money freely loaned the government or given to the noble agencies acting m concert with and supplementary to it postpone the day of onerous taxation. But the money must be had, and if heavy taxation becomes necesfary to raise it Uncle Sam will not hesitate to emulate John Bull in the compulsory collections of the smens of war. People who grumble over the restric- tions of the food administration would make Rome howl if we didn't have one and they had, in consequence, to pay from to a barrel for flour. This testimonial is given unsolicited to a worthy young man who grew up in the city of DCS Moines and whom I knew in- timately for the past twenty-two years. Yours very truly, J. A, Gunn. Thrift Bits. Let the noise of the quarters and dol- ars pouring into the U.S. treasury an- nounce to the world that this country is united. Buy War Savings Stamps. This is a war of equipment. Men are essential but without equipment they are useless. Help provide both by buying War Savings Stamps. This is to certify that the Farmers' Elevator Co. has x enlisted with the U. S. Fuel Administration to prevent a Fuel in Kellogg and vicinity season. Your enlistment blank is an order for your season's coal supply. We can secure NOW IOWA LUMP COAL Available for immediate delivery, cient and economical fuel. Aneffi- FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO. TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE SIXTH CON- GRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF IOWA OCULIST AND AURIST. Diseases of tbeEye.Earand Nose. Glasses scientifically fitted. Tele- No. 73i residence, no. 900. NEWTON, IOWA. MARION R. HAMMER, JR. L'AWYBR General practice of Itw. office hours: 8 to 12 arm.. 1 to 6 p. m. Office 3rd floor court house. _________ NEWTON.-IOWA Charles L. Wheeler-Ethel I. Wheeler DRS. WHfflER WHEELER OsUpitlk ft? t.f General Practice Office 108 East 2nd St. So. NEWTON, IOWA K. C. BURTON C.J.IRISH Burton Irish Write Insurance. W.e represent six first-class In- surance Companiesand are pre- pared to look After your Insur- ance business in a satisfactory manner. Office with Burton Co. State KBLLOOO, IOWA V. H. MORGAN Hi C. EOBP MORGAN KORF, Suite over bank. NEWTON, IOWA. E. C. OGG, ATTOENUY I give special attention to probate business. I nave money to loan at best rates. NEWTON, IOWA. NORTH SIDE SQUARE. L. S. KENNINGTON, ATTORNEY. v Gives special attention to settlement of estates. JDffice over First National bank. NEWTON, IOWA PJCOOFOFWII.L. STATE OP IOWA, _. Jasper County f Notice hereby given to all whom it may I concern: That an instrument purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Charles f. Irish deceased, has been filed in this of- ice, has been opened and read by the Clerk of this Court, and that the same will be offered for probate in open Court, t Newton, Jasper County, Iowa, on the J4th day of June A. D., 1918, and that unless objections are properly made to aid instrument on or before said date, he same will be accepted, approved, and confirmed and duly admitted to probate y said Court. Frank Wilson, Clerk District Court. Hammer Tripp, Attorneys. It is hereby ordered that the within no- ice'be published for three consecutive reeks; once each in' the Kellogg !nterprise, a newspaper of" general circu- ation, published at Kellogg, Jasper ounty, Iowa. Frank Wilson, Clerk District Court. J. W. BURKE, ATTORNBT.AT.LAy Special attention fbn to the settlement of estates. Dots a gen- eral practice. Phone 73. ULLOGG, IOWA O. P. MYERS, ATTOENEr AND NOTABT. Over Stouder's Druf store, North Side Square. DR. W. 8. ADA1R, PHXSICIAIT AMD SUEGEOW OFFICE OVER rofKTOFFICF PHONES: OFFICE 101, BBS. lOij KELLOGG, IOWA! GENTLEMEN: I wish to call your attention to my candidacy for congress in this district! My only reasons for being a candidate at this time are fully set out in the following letter addressed to Mr. J. M. Gass, and published in the Monroe County News Editor News: Permit me to express my great appreciation for your rery complimentary reference to me in the last issue of the News. You are undoubtedly aware that at different times in the past my name has been discussed in con- nection with Congressional Honors, but the position has never appealed to me heretofore, and would not at this tune under normal conditions. However, at this time, I admit without reservation that I would like to be in Congress now, and during the war, and the only reason I have to offer for this desire is the feeling that possibly I could render more efficient service to my country in Congress than elsewhere. When war was declared against Germany last April I resolved that from that moment I would do everything in my power to support our Government and stand back of our splendid army of young heroes, who are now so patriotically fight- ing our battles for the perpetuation of Democracy. Counting an You. Your country is counting on you to furnish the sinews of Tvar in the mightiest contest that the world has ever known. It is counting on your money, your labor, and your spmt of self sacri- fice. World wars cannot be won by talk alone, and they cannot be won by re- sources unless these resources are so di- rected that they count in the actual pros- ecution of (he war. America, as we all know, is the richest nation in the world. It has the most money, the most factories and the most natural resources. But the money will not do us any good m the war unless it is mobilized for the use of the government. This was why the War Savings Stamp was devised by the eminent. It gives every man, every woman and every child an opportunity to do something for the country they love. You do not have to be a millionaire and buy a lot of bonds. Your twenty-five ccntb for a Thrift Stamp or your for a War Savings Stamp will help your country and help it now And the fact that you did without something to get the money this stamp will help even more, for the country cannot get its war "iftn yuu 10 Htimiu mw primary June 3rd P0 great now engrossing the attention of the American requwtLtorutTthccounBty1faCir wpport. Respectfully submitted, of the state that premiums and, L. T. RICHMOND money this year be paid in War Albia, Iowa. With the thought that the on- ly great question now before the American people is fighting this war to a successful and satisfactory determination, I have decided to ask the Democratic voters of the 6th District to favor me with the nomi- nation for Congress, and if so fav- ored, the platform on which I will stand 'for election will be one of pure Americanism, and the most vigorous prosecution of the War until Prussian militarism is forever crushed and the peace which comes will be a guaranteed and lasting peace, which shall behold democra- cy triumphant over her foes and see our glorious country established, not as the ruler of the world, as our foes would be, but the leader of nations in advancing, ever improv- ing civilization. Trusting that I will have your sincere and hearty support in this undertaking, and that you will con- vey this message to the readers of your paper, I" am, Yours very truly, L. T. RICHMOND." As you realize, there is a contest in this District for this nomination, and the selec- turn of your congressional candidate will be submitted and must be decided by the voters of I therefore urge you to attend the primary June 3rd President Wilson has proclaimed the 30th of May, "a day already freighted with sacred and stimulating as a day of; public humiliation, prayer and fasting, when fervent supplications shall be offered to Almighty God for the safety and welfare of our cause. There can be no question but that the request of the President for a general and nation-wide observance of the day will be complied with in the spirit of the proclamation and m confidence that the righteousness of our cause will not fail to commend it to the merciful and just ruler of the uni- verse. DR. F. A. DROWN TETEK1KABY PHYSICIAN' AND 8UBOEOK Office upstairs over BlUwrd Gates' furniture PBOHE 12? KELLOGG, towi F. S. HILL, Dental Surgeon. Anesthetics used when desired. in Crtven Simpjoe brick block. Mutual Phone No.7j. ___________KELLOGG, IOWA. The Pereheron Stallion KEOTA LAMBING Will stand for the season of 1918 as follows: x Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at the barn of the owner. Fridays and Saturdays at the Nim Keeton barn at Kellogg. TERMS OF SERVICE for live colt. Care taken to prevent accidents, but will not be respon- sible should any occur. Parties dispos- ing of mares or moving from county for- feit insurance. In all cases the colt is iield for service fee. ____ C. L. TROUT, Owner. VOTE FOR D.W.Hamilton (DAN HAMILTON) Sigonraey, Iowa Non-Partisan Candidate FOR District Judge (POLITICAL TfOTEL bulldlnrconuinlnt 20 with full bMement. food well Md cittern Law tarn and other outbuilding with thrni offered loruto or will traftTfS IMd. ttm property ranted and I Ton to ofltofTd? Tn Bsmanm iWiT A. J. BECKER OPTOMETRIST All modern appliances and methods for examination of the eye; no drugs used PHONBBBH IOWA. A. P. JOT ANIU B. JOY ft. J. JOT DRS. JOY, DENTISTS. Office ground floor Joy block east of southeast corner of sauare opposite Feed Seed. NEWTON, IOWA H. F. LANDIS, M. D. HOHJCOPATHIO PHTSIOTAN Jasper County Phone 668 Murphy Phone 18 NEWTON IOWA J.f BURTON. ROT B D 8TOK, AwliUnt Cubler' COMPANY Qeaersl ButkIDC DOM. ISSM Porclen Drafts. MAKEFARM LOANS AID RENEWALS 9 m.uid closes it m wNhtlnMtock. fSPAPERI ;
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