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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - April 1, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME APRIL NUMBER 63 Local News Qolngi Coming Dolngi Best grades of grass seeds at Klauer Swanson Yeaton left Tuesday for on land John Martin will call for or deliver your Phone Dunn is making some improve tnents on the family Choice seed oats and wheat for sale at right Miss of arrived to visit her Miss Mar guerite The Ladies Aid meets with Kerr next Wednesday af ternoon at Cobbs lOo line of Wallpaper is the best by far ever offered Seeing is up to who was visiting his east of returned Sunday to bis home near South Harry Allen returned Sunday from He secured a claim near but will probably not take possession until Chamberlain made a business trip to Westfleld Monday to arrange for her millinery opening at the West hotel The ferry service maintained by Goodwin last Saturday enabled many people to come from the Dakota side of the river and do their trading Miss Farnham reports a very satis factory trade at her first millinery opening last Saturday of this week is second preBaster opening and there will be some splen did millinery Following was the stock shipment to Chicago Saturday Hopkins one car hogs one car cattle one car hogs Wilier one oar Wilier Hays shipped a car of and Shyder were Hawarden Tuesday for a farewell visit with their oldtime and who are going to the state of Washington to and Lake have lived in Hawarden for many years and have a number of friends in who wish them suc cess in the A little daughter of and who live over the First National recently submitted to two operations by Cilley Kerr for the removal of diseased One affected collar bone was entirely re moved and other operations were made upon one hip and The littje patient is making very gratify ing and family moved T day into the Baker two blocks south of the Savings The residence they vacated is being occupied by the and The place vacated by the Klauers will be occupied by Frank Wakeman and He bought the property from the Bredall estate sev eral months j The Akron band expects to begin its Saturday evening street concerts in about two Weather permit The boys have been regularly and diligently through the winter under the efficient instruction of Director dArviUe and they expnct to pleasantly surprise the natives by their improved The baud will be under a little heavier expense this year than last and it is hoped the business men will feel justified in a of liberality toward the Fred Peterson and of this pityjr are much concerned over the serious illness of his John and her who live five south of About two weeks ago they were taken suddenly ill from the effects of what appeared to be which can be attrlb no other cause than eating canned Doctors from Sioux City have been called in consultation with the attending physician and they have been unable to do anything for the relief of the suffering She is apparently at deaths Her whose illness developed Into spinal is improving slightly and there is hope of his re Ericson has not been ill and it is not known whether he par took of the Bricsous Henry a pio neer of that died last summer and and Erioson moved from Aloester in February to the fine farm be Fields was up from Sioux Cit on business and Bernard Blum an baby went to Sioux City See the handsome display of Baste millinery in Miss Farnhams windows The will meet with Mr Cilley on Friday afternoon The big Box Sale opens at Winter steens on April at 10 m there The largest and choicest line of th latest in Wall Coverings is what you find at Proper The Akron creamery wants you milk and Highest prices an honest John Coyle was up from Sioux Citj the first of the week looking afte farm interests northeast of Miss Juan Ha of Logan has been a guest the past wee in the home of Regular monthly meeting of th Commercial club next Tuesday eve April at 8 oclock in A Miss Lisle who is teaching in the public schools at Iowa came home Saturday to spend thi spring Waterbury can save you money on the purchase of anything in tb buggy or surrey See the fine large line now on display at his new implement James Gilmbre and Alpbonso bought Alanson Bakers dray business last week and took possession Mon Baker will devote his atten tion to farming Boot returned Tuesday from visit at the home of her son at Iowa His little by whose serious illness with bronchial pneumonia she was called is now recovering nicely Many farmers in this vicinity have been seeding the past week and quite an of wheat is in the ground but the two inches of slushy snow that fell yesterday afternoon and last eve ning means nearly another lay in farm The ground now surely contains an abundance ol moisture to make Mollhoffya wellknown farmer near was operated upon here for rectal cancer by of Sioux assistedby the local physicians last at the office of Cilley His condition was very but he is now mak ing He is being cared for in a room the rear of the doctors office and a trained nurse from Sioux City is in attendance Many friends wish him speedy recov ery fromtfte ailment that has been troubling him the past two The Lytle Construction of Sioux sent workmen here the first of the week to put together its big sewer ditching which has been in storage east of Merediths blacksmith shop the past With favorable work will be resumed on the sewer the latter part of this week or the first of which the extension of the city water mains will also be taken The streets will continue to be pretty badly torn up for Kldd was called Satur day to by Illness in the family of her The following day and Eeilly were called upon the death of their little aged thirteen mouths and eleven of membraneous The father accompanied by his brotherinlaw and and Alva Chain p of came here with the remains Monday and interment was made in Riverside where of the Bap tist conducted a brief and Beilly have the sympathy of friends She was unable to The BEOISTEBTBIBCNE is this week mailing statements to all subscribers who are at least a year in The amounts are and it is the hope of the publisher that each will will give them the same prompt and attention us iu the That the BEGISTEBTRIBUNE is growing in popularity as a home newspaper is amply proven by the fact that more than fifty people in this locality have subscribed to the paper without solic itation since the first of the A wellknown farmer northeast of subscribed said lie had never before taken an Akron paper in his 30years residence The is proud of its rapidly in creasing family and is anxious that all who owe for a year at once baok on the honor roU Garden Seeds in at Klaue Swanson Papritz and little daughter wer Sioux City visitors and Klauer Sioux City visitors last For best results use the Van Brun sold by Good warm lunch at all or square meal for at Millers Paints Painters the right kind at the righ For a firstclass job of painting o paperhanging call on Marti Phone Johnson has broken groun for his new on the corne east of his present Of course you need a suubonne this Buy it at the Ladies Tabernacle Society Eaish and Miss departed Tuesday fo their new in Those wishing a good farmhomi nice and for call on at Savery hotel Figure with Cobb and save money on your bill of Paints and Painters His line is of high quality A Cowboys a western drama will be presented at the Akron opera louse next Wednesday evening April Work has baen started on A Shedds new west of the home of her on east Eeed The KlauerSwanson has dandy line of also Axminister and al handsome and Euble and Children arrived yesterday from neai to visit their parents other relatives and Wintersteens big Box Sale will start on April at 10 Dont fail to be on hand anc ake advantage of tbe great values Frank who has beei working in Hitzemann barber hop the past year and a leu Sunday to accept a position in a shpp at and Frank Gripp were sailed to yesterday iy the death of her who had fora long time been an invalid from Akron friends of Carl the Merrill extend congratula ions upon the arrival of a fine baby by at his home last March May he grow to be as happy and landsome as bis Frank Edgar went to LeMars esterday to take the position of lookkeeper for the firm of Trenery the new o whom his experience in that line nd his general reliability will prove f much and Msxson received ord last week that their Jiss bad been operated upon in for on March and later advices are that she is aking satisfactory The oung who is well known is a trained nurse and has been D gaged at her profession in Spokane nd Medical the ast The fact that there are fifteen cities nd towns in the United States named kron leads to frequent mixups in IB mail and transportation ne instance of much annoyance came o light here a young minigrant from Sweden named skar Leonard Carlson arrived here nly to find that his real destination lould have been where e has brothers and sisters awaiting is On one end of his trunk us a board upon which was burned is full name and his In plain English letter but through some misuuderstand ng his ticket read to ud his trunk was checked from the uimigration station at Ellis to The baggage heck and his name plate were on tbe ame end of the which up eared rather a ridiculous combina ou at tbis end of tbe Coun ymon of the young man assured him lat everything would come out all ght and took him in charge untjl epot Agent Searls could secure for him baok to tbe gbt When he finally arrives safe and he will bave an uterostfug letter to write back to the Watch for date of the Sunbonne and Apron Waterbury was in Sioux Fall on business last Michael Gleason was a Hawarde business visitor last of wa a business visitor here Let the KlauerSwanson d your job of spouting before the sprin rains You cannot afford to overlook F Marchs fine line when in need o Wallpaper and John Hoyt and Stoutenberg of Sioux Valley were in El Point on business Prepare to buy your sunbonnet and aprons for gardening from tin Ladies Tabernacle Alfred of is visit ing relatives and repewing many ac quaiutanoes here this of Elk Sunday guest at tbe home of her Antoine and Martin returnee Sunday from a visit of two weeks with their daughters iu Minneapolis There is talk of putting on a home talent show here in tbe near future and something extra fine is promised Miss Josephine of Sioux visited over Sunday at the home of Mutis and with other friends Miss Edith who is teaching in the public schools at Kossuth arrived home Tuesday to spend the spring Miss Bezie who is employed in tbe Chicago arrived last riday for a vacation and visit with the family of her and VI John northeast of of who las been visiting his uncle and and Peter and other elatives here the past left ast Friday for South Dakota 3e bus a claim near went to Sioux ity the first of week and brought ibirie a fine Buick rivepassenger which he will use for laving secured tbe local agency for bat popular See bis on be last page of tbis A painful and peculiar accident be ell the young sou of and east of be boy went to tbe bam and climb up to get something on He lipped and fell and a nail partly Iriven into the wall penetrated deep uto the palm of bis There tbe oy hung by the nail until his cries rougbt It was necessary for Frerichs to cut away the wood round tbe nail a knife before he boy could be Cilley was called to dress the wound and no erious effects About every town has its shop or tore pest and Akron is no excep Hes a fellow who makes a reg lar round of puts his nose in o everything that may or may not oucern him and seems to feel at per ect liberty to taste or handle nything that comes beneath his no whether of public or personal His very appearance auses a shudder of apprehension and n almost uncontrollable desire to lay u strong hands for tbe purpose of ompiete The REGISTER RIBUNE office is occasionally visited y such species and a simple remedy as been devised for application at next not mpljy that visitors to this office are ot always but that those of lis particular variety had better eer clear in tbe as patience as ceased to be a and Searls and orthoast of received the sad ews of the accidental death last hursday of their little grauddaugh the daughter of and Bay aged nearly six at their ome near The lild had driven some pigs through farm when a heavy gust of ind swung the gate with much force nd struck her in tbe When er father arrived from a nearby field little girl was lying on tbe ground nd tbe gate was wedged so tightly cross her back that it required coii derable force to remove No bones ere but the cruel blow nocked the breath from her body and is believed she died almost in Howard and Miss Libbie earls left here Saturday for Peoaton a to attend tbe f uueral of their little home about the severalhundred j Eaton was formerly Miss ile extra ride he had out into tbe Belle Searls and her many friends reat middle without cost except j here extend their sympathy in this sad s STANDARD IASHION BOOK fcTANUAHM MHHION Ctnn LADIES SHIRT WAISTS The new styles in Ladies Waists are here in abund Our assortment is better and larger than any pre vious We have an elegant line made of the ma terial called which has every appearance of Fine White Linen and has a permanent Also other popular weaves in Wash Material and Prices LADIESAND MISSES to LACE CURTAINS In White and Arabian Some come in some Single also Door Curtain goods by the yard at low width 21A yards per New Headwear Childrens Hoods Hats and Caps and Ladies and Childrens Straw Hats are here in all the approved shapes and Muslin Underwear Corset Chemise and 1 lot Misses in all made of good lOc per Goods Have never before had such a pretty show ing of Wash from the stronger Gingham styles to the sheer filmy Umbrella Opportunity You will certainly miss it if you fail to get one of those 26inch Umbrellas at the special price of They would be cheap at Shoes Another shipment of Childrens Shoes ar rived this Tanand A full line of Oxfords in the popular Mens Buffalo Calf Shoes are built for the man who We have them in Black and Tan No better shoe can be Childrens Dresses Good styles and well in white and colored Prices range 25c to Grocery Specials 3 cans good Peas 3 cans best Iowa Gorn Large can Tomatoes Large can of Apricots Celluloid per Toasto Oat per Japan Cobb sets the pace in artistic Wall with prices in the right Lace full three yards 5c per yard and assortment Klauer Swanson and Brown and child en visited relatives and friends at lowaj over Ora Barr arrived Sunday from to visit his mother nd other relatives Akrons public schools close tomor ow Friday for the annual spring va which will be of one weeks Wood and son came from ioux City Saturday to visit at tbe ome of her and north of My line of Wallpaper is the largest nd most uptodate in and my ow prices will surprise them Call ud see for Winter pioneer Wooton visited the first of be week at the Henry Hughes home ear Tired of his wn cooking tbe doctor knew just here to get a square Harry Fox and son came over from He visited t the home of his west of a few but the oy will remain there and go to school or a few Walter who has been em loyed in Franks gallery for a short returned Saturday to his home t and will soon go to Standing Book Indian agency in hat state to engage in government al ittment Frank has se ured the services of Eiviud Lar of an experienced pho The troublesome Big Sioux river as been steadily falling since Sun ay and is again at a stage where most f tbe water is running through its atural A small washout at 16 approach of tbe lower bridge was epaired yesterday so that teams can but the grade northwest of own is still iu very bad shape and a reat deal of water is running swiftly irough the deep channel cut so that a great deal of repairing will be necessary to place tbe road in pass able AT AKRON OPERA KOOSE I Wednesday April 7 A Cowboys A STORY OF THE PLAKNS Magnificent Scenery and A Beautiful Replete with Sen Romance and S Big Specialties Between the f Second PreEaster Millinery Opening April 3 I I I MISS TARNHAM AKrona Lending Milliner   

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