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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - January 28, 1909, Akron, Iowa VOLUME 1909 NUMBER 24 First Great Salesmens Sample Sale POSITIVELY ENDS SATURDAY JANUARY 3oth Only Two Pays Left of This Great Sale W f HILE the roads have been almost impassible the past fettk our sale has been liber ally Many have taken advantage of our TREMENDOUSLY LOW PRICES and all purchasers have been fully It will be to your advantage to look over our many bargains we have nothing but FirstGrade Merchandise to offer you seconds or shoddy find no place in jour We are afeo adding newbargains The Days left of our sale will be full of interest and will be plentiful to the h YOU RUN NO RISK IN BUYING as we cheerfully refund your money if the goods are not We also7 buy your Butter and Eggs and pay you cash or trade for If you not peiy you to try us ONE DAY SPECIALS 29 20 OF GRANU LATED SUGAR lim ited 1 lot to a customer and with other goods 10 YARDS BEST limit ed 10 yards to a Satur day only Local News doing Doing Biddlecome was Sioux City visitor Now is toe time to buy a Heater at KlauerSwanson We sell the Calmar on Hilliker Frank Fritz left Tuesday to visit her daughter at Ten per for on all at KlauerSwanson and MoCorkell went to Sioux City yesterday for a brief Sarah Jenkins and Miss visited relatives in Sioux City Kuborn is having a vault con structed under his saloon for the cold storage of flne Clair Biddledome and daugh ter went to Ha warden Tuesday for a few days visit at the home of her who has been working in Kirsteins blacksmith shop here for some bought the Adam Mag nett blacksmith business in Westfleld last week and at once took J Putnam and family expect to 1 leave next wqek for where he will go on the road for the Rawleigh Medicine It looks like an excellent proposition to and many friends here hope be meets with complete Gardner departed Tuesday for his home near aftera pleasant visit with relatives and friends Gardner remains here a few until her soninlaw and and Guy Par are ready to move to their claim neV the Cemetery associa tion books for 1008 many lot owners are found to be in arrears in is much desired to present a clean record of payment at the annual meet ing to be held January and it will be considered a special favor if those knowing themselves Indebted will call the office of Oilley Kerr before that date and make pay Avis wood and cobs for sale by A Talbott was av business caller in Elk Point Fulfline of Lees Stock Remedies for sale by sole local A Special Discount given on large Leather KlauerSwanson Big Doable Daisy of visited at the home of her sis last of Sioux has been visiting his parents and other relatives and friends here this who recently had a sale northeast of for west of to look up a Nesbit and children from Sioux visited the family of her and other relatives here the past Miss Agatha of arrived Tuesday to visit her Paul and friends and to attend the SheddRhodes nuptials last Oswell of Wessington was an overSunday visitor at the home of his wifes par and He had been in eastern looking at Water bury has bad his large implement warehouse moved from the rear of the Richardson property to his new location on Andrew Palms He will soon begin the erection of a new office and display room Warren came up from Sioux City Tuesday evening assisted by the local successfully operated upon Hauok for the removal of from which she has been an sufferer for A trakfed nurse from the City is in John of Sioux the wellknown division freight and pas senger agent of the rail has been promoted to a similar position on the Dea Moines after eight years of service He Is succeeded by who for several years has been commercial agent for the Milwaukee in Sioux Love has a number Of warm per sonal friends in Akron who regret his emovaj to a more distant served any at Bid Robert Kemple on The Ameri can Monday February 1 A Special Sale on Heaters until February at KlauerSwanEon Henry and of Elk were buying horses here this of was a guest at Peterson home yes terday and ladies in Baptist Owner caurecover same by paying for Beverly and went to Aloester her being quite ill at home Masquerade ball tomorrow Friday evening in Akron opera under auspices of Music by Akron band if A young son of and Orson west of had a bone broken in the arch of his foot He was riding when the animal slipped and fell on his Call at The Button Music Store and see the beautiful Mahogany Case Art Baldwin Upright Grand Price Other new designs No cheaply made or old repolished pianos All new and direct from the Baldwin and will be sold at astonishingly low prices and on easy Shedd and Henry Cal have moved in from the farm south of which has been the family home many They will occupy Biddlecomes residence Shedd having ar ranged for the erection of a cottage east of the home of her work upon which will soon x Cobb has arranged a large and attractive which occupies the west window of his drug store Nearly 200 gold fish of different var etiea and tadpoles arrived from Bal timore last evening to stock the little The which came from Baltimore in a large made the rip by express in two days and only one of the little tadpoles was found dead among the entire It cou titutos a novel of ife and John will call foe or delive your Phone Dont miss the flne Moving Picture Show at opera house Saturday eve and east of town visited over Sunday Sioux City Alanson Baker is prepared to do your dray Heavy haul Phone Sixty feet of show all kinds and also counters for for complete or in by the A grand ball will be held in the Chatsworth opera Tuesday eve February and Bennett orchestra will furnish the Miss Ida teacher in the local went to Fri day for a brief visit with Ser father recently sold his property there and moves his family to Cedar to give his children better educational Frank Blum and bride arrived Sat urday evening from Ne for a brief visit with relatives and Sunday a family dinner was given in their honor at the home of his and Peter They departed Tuesday for to visit at the home of his Adam and Neil and Robert Ross and Boysou Ross comprised the Akron delegation of Soots to the big banquet in Sioux 3ity Monday evening in commemora ion of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Robert the great Scotch It proved an exceedingly happy aad enjoyable occasion to the many members of the Interstate Cal edonian society V A spectacle beautiful to behold was the piling up of a huge mass of white oam or froth below the milldam the atter part of last It acoutuu ated through the action of the water ailing upon the ice below the nd reached a height of about twenty live more than half filling the width of the before Saturday veuiugs wind scattered it iu chunks all over Harry Meredith tried some of the suds on his blacksmith stained hands and found that it pos sessed great cleaning Wuterbury am son were Sioux City visitors yester Will Beverly went to Sioux City Monday and entered upon a course o study at Morningside Bert whose husbanc was recently iu the dray business was up from Sioux City a few days the past Roy who lives fifteen miles east of visited here over Sunday at the home of his Wm He was on his way to Mis to visit his Clarence who was visiting his mother and sister and boyhood friends afteran absence of sev eral returned Sunday to where he is employed on a Fettes was over from LeMars consulting with Koch re garding the condition of Ken northwest of Ken nedy has improved considerably since last northwest of who was operated upon for appendicitis last is making verjt satisfactory Her sis Bert arrived from Des last Attorney John of Belle is visiting and other relatives and friends here this In addition to having a very desirable and grow ng legal practice John also iclds the office of attorney of Butte John west of was n Elk Point Monday and It s said he secured a continuance of wo weeks in the case begun against in court there by his former Kittle on a serious She has not left and dropped the as was reported last She was heVe Costing of this baa eased the West hotel at Westfleld and akes possession as soon as repairs nd renovation of the building are His and Miss vill also move there and assist in oon luotlug tbe They will ive Westfield the only firstclass no el it ever and heres wish up them success in the Miss Elva visited friends in Cbatsworth George Cain went to Ne Monday to visit relatives a few Blaine Root and Rex Pollock left Monday for west of Dal where they will If you wish uptodate give Model Sioux a John local Bas ket Barrett returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives at Sioux yesterday went Hawarden to see her and Simeon went to Sioux Falls Sunday to attend a big initiation ceremony in the Knights of Columbus sixtyeight new mem bers being From there they went to for a brief visit at tbe homos of his and his Read Rohrers on this and Garland Bills left Sat urday for his former where he will farm the coming Millie of Rock visited her brother and and Miss Mary northwest of several days the past and Kenaston and who have been visiting relatives and friends here for some lefJ yesterday for their claim near Het D Carl a local rural mail and his three who hava been working near were called to their former Sun day by the serious illness of their Richard who passed away of The six sons and two daugh ters Friends of the young men here offer their Carl returned to his home here yesterday Call and see the beautiful new styles now Prices to All new instruments and fully BUTTON
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