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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - January 14, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME IOWA NUMBER 22 Local News Doing Comlnfi Alanson Baker solicits your Phone x The celebrated Hess Stock Food is sold at Repairs for all kinds of stoves at KlarterSwahson Herman Hitzemann was a visitor in Sioux City and Whalen went to Sioux Oity Monday for a few days Miss Grace east of visited over Sunday with her sister in Ha Something new and fancy in Back Combs for for to 84 Go to Hilliker Son and have your horseshoeing done by an expert Satisfaction fully The Akron creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest and Lou S of Arte visited their Sullivan and Pearl last Henry of and Miss Kate of have been visitors the past week at the home of their Miss Emma left Sunday for to visit the family of her Miss Grace Gosting is clerking at Wendts store during her and John MoMahon and children returned to their home east of town yesterday frpm a visit relatives near wherethey formerly Fred who lives near was hereTuesday and met his wife upon her return from where she was called by the ill ness of her She left her some what improved Jessie has been visiting her and Now is the time to bay a at KlanerSwanson We sell tbe Calmar on Hilliker Ten for on all at KlauerSwanson Frank south of went to Sioux Oity today to visit her Vargason and returned today from a visit with Ha warden Try those delicious hot drinks tomato obok Alanson Baker Is prepared to do your draying Heavy haul ing a Phone Miss Edith Farley Tuesday to after a visit wifth her Miss Hazel LeRoy Anderson returned Tuesday from a few weeks visit at the home of her parents in Sixty feet of show all kinds and also counters for for complete or in by the former publisher of the Ireton was here on busi ness yesterday and made this office a fraternal Miss Joy who is studying in the Samaritan Sioux to become a trained come home for a visit Seats for tbe Hruby concert on Saturday January now on sale at Reduced rates to those holding Lecture course The Womens Belief corps requests every member to present at its next January as tbere is important business to be con Goodroad and who bad been visiting at the home of her and Gard returned last Friday to South Miss Mabel who had been visiting her and southeastof town and Wood and cobs for sale by Kuborn went to on business and Cobb called on Hawarden friends a few hours Full line of Lees Stock Remedies by sole local south of re turned yesterday from a visit in Le Waterbury and children returned from a visit with her sisters in Sioux A Special Discount given on large Leather KlauerSwansou Big Double and Hollister arrived Mon day from to visit the family of her and northeast of Miss Marie who had been her parents and her Frank south of re turned Friday to her position in Sioux and Redmond re turned yesterday from a visit with relatives at They also visited in Des Moines and Fort Sutton terminated a pleas ant visit with his and and de parted Monday for his Steve and Miss Laura Keane came up from Sioux City to attend the Catholic fair the latter part of last week and were guests of their and Plummer went to Madi Monday to see his who has been taking treatment She has not been making the improve ment expected and may accompany him Will who had been visiting relatives and friends northwest of town since the returned Tuesday tos North where he has a claim and is also in terested in the land He is wonderful c served arty at Bid of Sioux made a brief business call here A Special Sale on Heaters until February at EtlauerSwansott from has accepted the pastorate of the local Church of I Robert Rasmusrien returned Satur day from where he had been visiting his JameS and and assisting them in the 4 Miss Marguerite Bernard arrived Saturday from Salix and I day began her en ent teacher in the primary department of the pub lic Miss Estalone Bbodes taught the flrat week Of the A subscriber to this paper living east of town after reading of the elec tric railway projects from Sioux City to Spirit Lake and frcifei Sioux Falls to Sioux which would miss Akron by several miles ohboth the east and west suggests1 that a line of steam or electric roadwould be much more important here if built east and connecting Akron directly with the county He has it figured that a line could be run from LeMars to thence to Ruble and to a poiut northeast of Stony Point school house west and south to continuing through Biohland and Spiuk to Ver He believes such a line could be extended east from LeMars with The day may come when an east and west road may be built through this but there ap pears to be nothing of the kind in sight at ROHRER IOWA OUR Remnant Sale CONTINUES FOR ANOTHER WEEK S We are determined to clear our shelves of all Odds and Short Lengths and Discontinued J The strongest argument we can put forth to the economical buyer is the extremely low prices we have placed on these Talk about bargains a dollar never bought as much seasonable merchandise as Flees With His A dispatch from Elk Point to to days Sioux City Jouanal makes the following sensational charges against a former Akron resident William a rural mail car who left Elk Point over a week on a is believed to have left the country with hia the family of her departed today for her Went Wade accom panied her to Bert Bradley returned Monday to Lake after a visit with relatives and friends He took home a fine twoyearold mare he bought at Roy Roots His wife remained for a longer who accompanied the remains of her from de parted last Friday for her home accompanied by her who will remain Jor an ex tended Robinson Cross started the an nual ice harvest on the Big Sioux this a month earlier than last The Crop is firstclass in quality and about eighteen inches thick A large force and teams are busy and the localice houses will soon be of and Will from near Leeds who had visiting the of and Sunday for their The former conducts a job printing office in and the REG ISTERTRIBUNE is under obligations to him for several days of as sistance during a rush of the 17yearold son of Jonas living four miles southeast of had a very narrow escape from death last while hunting He was in a buggy and in ad justing the laprobe the trigger of his shotgun caught on the buggy ploding the The charge of shot struck the middle of his forehead i at the roots of plowing a fur row through his scalp an inch wide and nearly three inches who was called from here to attend the young says his injur ies were very but not Although he has been operating one fr several Cilley had an entirely new experience with his auto one day last which he does not cave to have In making some the in bis auto a strong electric spark 4 Jumped into and ignited a quantity of gasoline that had escaped The entire lower works were ablaze in an but the doctor succeeded In smothering the flames with a blan ket before any particular damage re He went into the house for n ew minutes upon found that a small tyre wajj progress ing beneath the floor of the It was necessary to teurup some of the planks before it oould be other relatives returned that city and country Miss Crow left town otttheHaiteday day to Sao I that Shattuck T I Mrand MrsWalter Bennett of The disappearance of Slrattnofchas Warren was or much indignation his i nrtrtn wr M t1 1 L a 11 I KNIT now 98c all now 79c all 65c now CHILDRENS two great to now 79c up to 75c now MENS WARM good to sale price 1 lot up to sale price 1 lot of BOYS up your 1 lot of MENS per to 65c sale 75c sale All MENS AND BOYS DUCK COATS at 20 per off regular LADIES 1 lot up to sale price 98c 1 lot up to sale price 1 lot of OUTING 25 inches sale 5c a 1 lot of 27 and 30 inches good sale price MOQUETTE in sale animal CLOAKS AND FURS Every you invest now in Cloaks and Furs at this store buys you worth of Mer In other words buys as much as did earlier in the JE City consulting with Koch regarding the condition of northwest of town Kenn edy has not been so well the past few every lot owner and all signers of the constitution are en titled to a vote at the annual business meeting of the Cemetery January Attend the Ex press your appreciation Qf work al ready done and your desires for the John and Miss Frances after spending the holiday vacation here pleasantly with relatives and departed last Friday to studies at the State Normal Cedar Their accompanied them to be come a student Will of Sioux who was born on a farm northwest of in Sioux Valley has recently produced a novel entitled TbeDissolving Cir being story of the Sioux Falls His first literary ef Ben a of the achieved notable who a car of hogs and sheep to Chicago and stopped for avisit at tbe old bomej returned yester Hewasdelayeda day by the wrecking of his train on the Illinois Central in the centra part of this Searla was in one of the three derailed No serious in juries resulted to the and Frank came down from near Hawarden Tues day for a brief visit with His sale last week was quite he considering the cold and MoFarland will move to jheir farm near in the Her who had been living with left Tuesday to spendthe remainder of the winter with her daughter at Cobb is preparing to install some quite elaborate fixtures in his drug consisting of an upper deck in the rear both sides of the and new glass display oases on each side to join with pre scription He let the contract a brief visit at the home of her V visit of her T They will also visit and Harry near before return Brown circulated a sub scription paper last week for Carlson and two small who reside in the old laundry building north Buttons music He se cured which will greatly assist Her husband wasa soldier in the Philippines and is said to be cak ing treatment at the soldiers Hot The numerous Akron friends of Frank Blum are interested to learn of bis marriage at to Miss Jennie a talented young of that city on January His Peter and bis qf this were present at the Frank has been engaged in the barber business at the past few His friends extend congratula tions and wishes for their complete Archer A Lilly and Miss Lena worthy and popular yauug peo ple of were married there January at the home of and where she has been making her The bride was attended by Miss Agnes To of sister of and Will Clementson was They left the same after noon to spend a brief honeymoon with relatives in Sioux City and They will reside and a host of friends extend them congratu lations and good John northwest of left Saturday for in response to a telegram announcing the death oC his Andrew at that place on January De ceased was one of the pioneer settlers of Sioux Valley Union and was held in highest He went back to the old New England home to reside a few years having property interests aud there he will be laid to He attained the ripe age of seventynine wife being left without funds to care for several it been drew his 816t the beforeheleft and onlyrn gave his Postmaster Reid has just been in formed that Shattuck his resignation as a rural mail Christian Church We have assumed the pastorate of the Cbristion church of this hence tbere will be services every Sun fora as follows Bible preaching and com evening Our attitude is not one of hostility toward anyone but of cordial sym No matter what church yon belong or if not member of we recognize you as a brother or This is the day when the experiences and aspirations of our common bu manicy should make us truly frater nal and kind toward one another and thus exemplify tbe religion we CARL W COOJy Dried per Large Evaporated per RUMFORDi BAKING POWDER AT ABOUT SAEF Dried per Celluloid per package SUICIDE AT Extraordinary The management of the Akron Ly ceum course take pleasure in an nouncing that an extra number has been seoured for this seasons the Hruby Brothers Musical Quintet and Miss Gertrude reader They will appear here Saturday even January To those holding course special prices will be made for this seats for 40o aud 35o seats for The com mittee guarantees it to be one of the entertainments of the kind ever presented here and assure all who attend a rare years aud bad been ill for some time for the oases yesterday to a Chnvles pvior to his The children sur The improvement viving in this locality are Frank will not only afford muoh more room j John for the display of but it will uland Miss Charlotte till of whom give Cobb one of the handhave the sympathy of the aoniost drug store equipments in this His life was filled with usefulness aud part of the good Notice of Annual Notice is hereby giveu of tbe aunual election of officers of Kiverside Cem etery to be held at the of fice of Cilley Kerr on Friday January at 8 oclock also for the transaction of all other business that may legally come before the association at this Every lot owner is a member of the associa tion and is earnestly requested to be Avis Important To THE PUBLIC The board of di rectors of the Akron Domestic Local Building aud Loan association at the regular meeting in declared a new series to commence January By order of 214 Timothy Is Found Dead in His with Bullet in His Timothy a aged about 45 was found dead in bis room in the opera house building at Westfield last Sunday with a bullet hole in his right Cir cumstances indicate a clear case of and it is evident the deed was committed about twentyfour hours before the body was Kimme located in Westfield about six weeks ago and opened a black smith On Saturday he did not but at noon went down town to get something to eat and also went to the shop where he told Free man that he was going to bis room aud requested Freeman to bving bis mail in tbe Freeman went up to Kimmes room as was but the door think ing Kimme was did not disturb On Sunday morning he again went to the room with some but after knocking on the door aud get ting no went away Later in the as Kimme did not make an Freeman and others went to the room and forced open the They found Kimme stretched lifeless on the bed in a pool of blood and a revolver lying by his side which had dropped from his nerveless He had evidently been dead for some From ap pearances he shot himself ia the right the bullet penetrating the There was also a bole in his shirt on the right indicating that he had attempted to shoot himself in the It is not definitely known caused Kimme to take his as he left no message explaining the but he was a hard drinker and it is hinted that domestic troubles enter into the The dead tuuu bus a wife aud child living at aud they were uotilled at Coroner Beeley was called over from but deemed it unnecessary to hold an Joseph Huckert and who have resided on a farm west of departed Monday to make their home on a farm he bought last year near where be has rel Their friends wish them muqh success in the new Miss Floy Moore went to Sioux Falls Saturday for a few days visit at the home of her Clarence Sullivan is visiting his and other relatives and friends after an absence of several A New publisher takes consid erable pride that a new Chandler 13x18 press has been installed in this1 of which an excellent illustration is herewith no better machine of kind manufactured and its acquis ition enable the office to out printing thab The public is invited to calland seethenew machine in operation at The HejflaterTribune Lawrence By rues and of came lust Friday for a few days visit with her aud My New Selection of Celebrated BALDWIN PIANOS will soon arrive direct from the Baldwin We sell no old re polished instruments and nothing but celebrated Baldwin are GUARANTEED IN EVERY The Baldwin makes every import ant part that enters into the constf uction of their Pianos and We as give the lowest prices and most liberal terms that can possibly I will positively not sell any cheaply defective or old workedover nor v I enter into any I prefer to have my customers count DOLLARS instead of that get them valueless I can save them to on purchaseprices and sell them New Pianos instead of workedover Come in and see the New Selections when they arrive BUTTON I   

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