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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - February 25, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME FEBRUARY NUMBER 28 Local News Qolngf Comlngi Doing Alauson Baker solicits your draying Phone John Martin will call for or delive your Phone Attorney of Elk Point was here on business and Agnes visitei LeMars relatives a few days this week Burke will open a home bakery in the sample room of the Savery Andrew Tillotson has taken the po sition of night clerk at the New Ken dall Miss Olga west of town visited her at the past and Floyd of Sioux visited here last week at the home of his John Larson came from Sioux City Saturday for a visit at the home o his wifes Sell west of and Fred Beauchamp re turned today from a pleasant visit with relatives at Des Moines and Frank Edgar expects to leave in a few days for western to seek a His health demands a change of Martin Smythe will be here about March 5 to again engage in painting and Orders may be left at Smythes harness A basket ball game will be played in the opera house Saturday evening be tween the Akron first team and Sioux A fast game maybe and Eos well of were visitors Monday and Tuesday at the home of their and who has been working in the Akron creamery for several returned last week to where he was formerly a student in the Agricultural Port returned Saturday from his remaining to assist in the care of her Henry Wintei1 who has been quite but is now The Lenten season began yesterday the forty days of devotion and selfdenial among the Catholic and other religious denomi nations will contiuue until Easter which comes considerably earlier this year than In the district court Neil Robertson has been appointed guardian of Frank MoCusker and his minor who live on a farm northeast of MoCusker is a whose wife died a few weeks The court deemed him incapable of properly looking after his small as as of his personal who had been visiting relatives and friends here several departed last Friday for accompanied by her Guy and Parker loaded two oars with their stock and goods this week and goes on with He also has a claim near Friends here wish them much Plummer took his three children to Sioux City where they will remain indefinitely at the home of his wifes It is in deed sorrowing to the many friends of this family to know that Plum mers nervous became so much more serious that it became nec essary last week to take her from Sioux City to the state hospital at Cherokee for It is earnestly hoped she may receive immediate benefit un der expert attention Every farmer in this vicinity should be present at the free lectures on the important subject of Seed to be given in the Akron opera house next March at by Professors Bell and other authorities from the State Agricultural college at The lecturers will arrive here at in a special train over the road and the evening will be devoted to speaking and demonstra Oats have been gradually de preciating in quality in this section for several until it is about the poorest crop the farmers Edu oatiou is badly needed along this Hue and it is hoped the results of these lectures will be as valuable and satis factory us were the corn specials con ducted by Holden and others a few years We sell the Calmar o Hilliker Pay your for Plymouth o Union at Akron Saving Beverly and daughter went to Alcester Monday t visit and of Sioux Falls arrived today to family o their Wooton visited at he brothers home in Sioux City a couple of days this Will Carr departed Tuesday foi Los where he wil seek benefit to his While the country roads are in pretty bad sleighing is now said to be the best during the winter and MoKibben arrivec Tuesday from to visr he family of her and and Miss Mary of Larrabee visited the teachers and friends here last She was for merly assistant principal in and George Searls and of visited at the homes of her A and his and Mrs the first of the Supervisor of Preston was in town today on his way to the Richland The fine new steel structure spanning the Big Sioux which is about 160 feel will be completed in a few John Hoyt returned yesterday rom attending a sale of blooded Po andChina hogs at He bought a couple of fine brood about a year weighing dOO and 30C oundti which will considerably mprove the high standard of bis A waterladen snow fell nearly day During the night it nowed still harder and the wind in reased to a velocity that threatened nother Tuesday morning verytbing outdoors was plastered hick with the wet snow that had rozen on and a most beautiful winter cene was of and ionel Eustace opened a roller skating ink last Friday in the building for merly occupied Waterburys mplement business and the pastime becoming very popular afternoons nd They have christened t the Kollaway Read their ad u this issued Fred Dierksen and baby re urned yesterday from an extended isit at with her who has been very but is ow somewhat Dierk eu met his wife in He was Omaha at the time the Greek riots courred and reports that some very xciting scenes were and who fter their residence property for xpeot to leave next month to make heir home at on the dilwaukees coast They make the change because Raishs ork as traveling auditor for the Ful ertou Lumber takes him to that They are building a home The trustees are uegoti tiug for rental of the Fields ormerly occupied by the REQISTER The plan to arrange bree rooms upstairs for and to equip the first oor as a The idea meets ith much pleasure among the young leu and quite a number bav ug guaranteed dues for the first six It is also necessary for the ider people to lend encouragement nd assistance to the project to insure s Up to this time there has eeu a lack of interest among the ernberSjOf the association for want f a gymnasium and general reorea ou The initial test of the citys new ump at the mill powerhouse last eek indicated that the new wells did ot supply a sufficient quantity vjBtor to demonstrate any liug like the pumps rated 0 gallons per It is that after the wells are used short time the water will flow into eui much more as they are uuk considerably below the river sur The duplex pump works fine nd the big reservoir on the hill can e filled in something like three hioh is as or than die d system of pumping was capable of The new wells seem to yield n excellent quality of cold which is filtered through those ost desirable rook and oarse of Iowa visited friends here last Slaughter came up from Siou City today on milling Waterbury went to Omahi yesterday to attend an automobil Secondhand farm harness and 11in walking ylow for sale R and Henry Oetken and daughters went to Sioux City yester day on a Alanson Baker is prepared to do your draying Heavy haul ing a Phone James Boss and were witnesses in the HoffmanAgnes case in district court the first of the week Hays and Hans Wilier attended the big McMillan horse sale in Sioux City the first of the and Henry of Suth visited their uncle and and Jammer southeast of and friends iere last Tuesday evenings northbound pas senger train ran into a big snow drift near Dell and a couple of Cars were It caused con siderable delay in traffic John from near visited his and other relatives and friends here several days this He and his will quit farming there with their will soon move to Sioux The infant son of and six miles south of died ast February Their friends extend sympathy in the Funeral services were leld at the home Friday and inter ment was made in the Akron Catholic The home of and was quarantined being threat ened with Tha antitoxin reatment at once o that the case will be a mild There is no other case of the disease iere at Bex Smith came home Tuesday eve ning from Morningside to stay he balance of the He has not een doing much in college athletics on account of an injury to is leg while running on the indoor for which he will take a brief est and The Farmers Grain has made rrangements for a speech to be given n the Akron opera house on Wednes March at 2 by of Mason on the Need and Dunn was one of the rincipal speakers at the recent State armors Grain convention in jioux Much annoyance is occasioned in tie local postoffice by the mailing of ostal cards bearing particles of and the following xtract from the government postal aws and regulations is published for eneral information on that subject Cards bearing particles of met or other similar are except hen enclosed in envelopes tightly ealed to prevent the escape of such or when treated in such manner as will prevent the objeotion ble substances from being rubbed off r injuring persons handling the o Organize Commercial The business men of Akron and tbers interested are hereby notified hat a meeting will be held next Tues ay March in the hall over iletzs harness to organize the Commercial adopt a con titution and bylaws and elect offlc A large attendance is SPECIAL OATS TRAIN eed Special Will Greatly In terest Akron on Thursday March A Seed Oats Special under le auspices of the Extension Depart ment of the Iowa State Agricultural will be in Akron over the Milwaukee Paul rail at March ho Akron opera house has been se ured for the occasion and Free Leo ures of specialinterest to farmers ill be given by Professors Bell and ou are cordially invited to be pres nt and hear these which will e of exceptional DISTRICT COURT DOINGS Grand Jury Finishes Work for Term and Is Wild Wins The grand jury for the present term of district court at LeMars made re port of its findings on Wednesday of last week and was discharged by Judge True bills were found iu the case of John Marcus Wylie and William a trio of crooks who were caught in the act of passing forged checks at LeMars a few weeks Thomas who was pounced upon by the LeMars police last week while burglarizing a meat was An indictment was also returned against William charged with stealing twelve hogs from Henry of Preston It is said one or two other indictments are not made public be cause the parties indicted have not been taken into Judge Gaynor rendered a decision last Friday in the case of of against Plymouth giving the plaintiff judgment in full for 8102 with Wild is the health officer of LeMars and the amount he sued the county for was For medical services and disinfecting jomos in cases of contagious The boardof supervisors had refused to allow the doctors bill although the same had been approved by the Le Mars board of The point of aw involved in this case has attracted widespread attention because of simi ar cases pending in other counties of the A number of prospective citizens of the United States who had been cited o appear before the court for natural zation hearing neglected the matter and will now have to wait until the October term for their final t will also be necessary for them to lie petitions with the clerk of the dis irict court at least ninety days before opening of the October On Saturday a report was presented 10 the court by Referee Ady in the affairs of the defunct Sheldon State of which new a lum er magnate of was pros The report shows that depositors will receive approximately 3 cents on the The slander suit of Frank farmer near against of came up for in district court Upon grounds that while crying an auction sale in Westfield township iometbing over a year publicly ipplied slanderous epithets to Hoffman sought legal balm for lis wounded feelings and injured haracter in the sum of The lefense claimed that Hoffman was Creating a and Mfl being in charge of the endeavored o call him In the heat of the some very uncomplimentary hings were It is said the jury etnrned a verdict of and costs in avor of A sensational case to come up for rial this week is the damage suit of Brusber against Andrew barging the alienation of his wifes The parties reside in the ast part of the The criminal libel suit of eorge formerly of publisher of the LeMars may come to trial next This case has been post ioued at a couple of previous terms wing to the illness of the defendant nd his inability to All the criminal cases in which the rand jury returned indictments will e tried next with the possible xceptiou of charged vith hog who has asked for a bange of venue on the grounds that cannot secure a fair trial in Plym uth E xtraordlnary Attraction The Show Girl company has been ecured for one night at the Akron pera tomorrow Feb uary This company has been glv ug the grandest ot satisfaction all Six big beauty fea ured by fifteen big song that are bsolutely new and something I abso utely guarantee in every If you like a oleau musical oiuedy with a gorgeous cos urnes and clever dont miss this Its the best I ill have this I efuud your money if not entirely sat Reserve your seats Manager Opera m PHONE u ROHRER IOWA Our Dump Sale ON SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 ONLY LEFT OF THIS GREAT SALE Winter Goods are being sold way below their real and two full months ahead in which to wear next winter to provide for in about six You can make from 25 to 40 per on your investment by buying during this week while our prices are on the choppingblock Some Grocery Snaps 5c lOc IOC 25c 25c So 5c 20c TOASTO OAT Regular lOc sale price EVAPORATED Per 4CROWN SEEDED 1lb package MINCE MEAT 3 packages SELFRISING PANCAKE 3 packages CELLULOID Regular lOc sale price GLYCERINE lOc special sale UNCOLORED JAPAN ilb regular price Special for Friday February 27 Rubbers and Rubber Boots are a necessity The average man wants an article that we are in position to sup ply that for we do not handle seconds in Mens Rubber Many sell the second quality at the same prices we charge for the first and Our Guarantee goes with every Back IfNot Can you think of anything that is more in your favor than this THIS COUPON and ex change it tor a Package of Odds and Ends of our Dump There is no other condi tion simply cut this Coupon dut and hand it to one of our sales people and you will get a Pack age of Odds and FREE Special for Saturday February 28 THIS COUPON and bring it with you buy 5c worth of goods in any part of the store hand Coupon to clerk and you can take your pick of a num ber of articles on our Souvenir Absolutely FREE ISTThese Souvenirs are actually worth 2Sc to 35o We eand them to you because we appreciate your visits to our 1 1 Ross and eft Sunday for to serve as etit jurors In the present term of the district Burnight also i went there to visit Attention Farmers Grill will have two cars of Sixty Day Lincoln Oats and Northern Sensa tion Oats ready for de livery next Leave your orders at the Store for these famous Seed We will make the following special prices for next weeks delivery in lots of 20 bushels and Sensation an early white oati 880 per bushel SixtyDay Lincoln Oats at 90o per bushel Order now and increase your yields and crop of Seed CR1LL SEED ROLLAWAY ROLLER RINR is now going every afternoon evening from until from until Ladies may Skate Free every from until Music Tuesday and Thursday Come out and have a jolly time for either afternoons or You are always welcome withXusl Rink located first door west of Vargasons on Reed LIONEL EUSTACE WILLIAMS   

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