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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - April 8, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME APRIL NUMBER 34 Local Comlngi Beat grades of grass seeds at Klauer Swanson John Martin will oall for or deliver your Phone ioe cream and other good things for your Easter Sunday dinner sale at Oobbs lOo line of Wallpaper is the best by far ever offered Seeing is up to Lace full three yards 05o per yard and assortment Klauer Swacson J Welch and family have moved from over the First National bank in to Barretts EmuSett Cilley came home yester day from the university at Vermillion for a few days and Arden Ross came Frank southeast of accompanied his wife to Sioux City where she will take medi cal Weather the Akron band will give the first of the seasons open air concerts on Saturday this with an extra fine My line of Wallpaper is the largest and most uptodate in and my low prices will surprise them Call and see for Winter pioneer A Cowboys a very clever western was presented at the opera house last evening by one of the most able companies appearing here this The attendance was Miss Theckla clerk in the departed accompanied by her Miss Clara from near for a visit with relatives in northern Miss Agnes Boden is assisting in the store daring her Baled Hay for The Snick twocylinder car is the BEST hill Mellen went to Hawar den yesterday to visit John left yesterday to visit relatives at Sergeant Buy some of those dainty Easter novelties for the Biddle Frank McFarland came down yes terday from his new borne near High for a brief The largest and choicest line of the latest in Wall Coverings is what find at Proper The Akron creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest Register of Deeds Gassman and of Elk visited over Sunday with relatives northwest of Harry Meredith left today for to file on the home stead he drew in the Tripp county al Waterbury can save you money on the purchase of anything iu the buggy or surrey See the large line now on display at his new implement The Ladies Tabernacle society will give its annual Sunbonnet and Apron Bazaar at the hall on Satur day afternoon and April Supper will be Carrier An of began his daily delivery of mail the first of the month at in stead of 8 which will continue during the The other car riers make no change in starting Harry Clark drove his new 30 auto up from Sioux City the first of the It is a Handsome red car and its fourcylinder engine can bowl it along at a fif tymileanhonr He has the selling agency for this Sunday was the first day of any Garden Seeds in at Klauer Swanson and Johnson went to Sioux City on a visit For best results use the Van Brunt soldby Paints and Painters the right kind at the right For a firstclass job of painting or paperhanging call on Martin Phone John of was a visi tor last Thursday and Friday of his and Ida who is employed at the Brady visited in Sioux City the first of the Those wishing a good farmhome 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 Are you going to melt on the The first match ball game of the like Waal spring weather and season was pulled off here last Friday when nines from the fifth and sixth grades and the seventh and eighth grades in the public school cel ebrated the beginning of the spring The seventh and eighth graders were victors by a narrow Ypaton returned Sunday from He was accompanied there by two City and they purchased the bulk of Reynolds land in Wai worth Johnson Yeaton will have charge of the retailing of these which they purchased at a very low figure for spot Koch was called to the de pot lasK Friday afternoon upon the arrival of the passenger to at tend a little child of and John of Elk The child had fallen on the train and struck its head on a oar cutting a gash about an inch which bled Tfre train was held wnile Kooh bandaged the Next April is the ever weloome which marks the close of the somber Lenten Symbolical of new it is aooepted as a time for putting on better and this in more sense than It is perhaps a better time than the begin ning of a new year to make resolves for personal along with the reawakening of The burst ing of buds might suggest the bud ding of new hopes and or even bursting away from environ ments that have circumscribed us or held us Easter time is a good if for s nothing more than inspiring in us the desire to ap if only for the at our very Heres our wish for an ideal day for the display of Easter bonnets and all the other accessories nearly everybody managed to get out doors and en a big chunk of The roads were pretty but the auto owners did not let that interfere with a trial those with new buzz wagons being especially Victor Hays and Earl Elliott came home from Morningside college last Friday to spend the spring Bex who had attended the big track meet in Kansas where Morningside carried off high arrived home Tuesday for a few days He returned today to practice with the college ball team for its game Saturdayagainst the Sioux City league The Lytie Construction of Sioux resumed its contract here Monday with its big sewer ditching Rapid progress was made the first about a block and a half of trench being but Tuesdays heavy snow caused a temporary delay ot A large force of men is at work and the work will be pushed with all possible The machine started to work east from the corner of First and Dakota It is reported that Frank a deafmute who lives a few miles northeast of will be taken to Jje Mars today Thursday for a hearing before the insanity Since the death of his wife several mouths which seems to have af fected his MoCusker has writ ten a large number of letters of more or less threatening nature to persons in this locality whom he imagines have it iu for Neil Robertson was ap pointed guardian of MoCusker and children several weeks ago in dis trict court and iu oase MoCusker is taken into custody he will send the oldest girl to the home of her uncle at and the other i two young children will be placed with re liable A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF THE MOST ARTISTIC CREATIONS IN EASTER HATS is still awaiting your inspection and purchase Miss Farnhams Ahrona Lending Milliner sultry Sundays this summer Why not get a speedy Buick and be happy Mesdames August and Clement Henke went to Sat urday for a few days visit with their Henry and David The council held its first meeting Tuesday evening as a board of equal ization and began a review of the re turns of Assessor Elk Point 1 and Kelly and baby went to Akron Tuesday to attend the wedding of his and Miss Carrie southeast of has been appointed a delegate to the annual convention of tbe Threshers Association of which meets in Des April Bhodes departed Friday for a visit at the home of her daugh in Battle Her Lee accompanied her as far as Sioux and Henry Oetken and daughters left last week for Hot They will make an ex tended visit to that famous health resort and Oetken may make some investments iu that Surveyor Smith was up frotn Sioux City the first of the week doing some work the old Wamsley north of where the Duncan Boss is in litigation with the Mil waukee road regardingthe disposition of Leroy Anderson left last Sat urday to join wife in a visit with her parents aud other relatives at The other with the exception of departed Friday for their respective homes to spend the spring vacation of one Van Buskirk was summoned to by telegram stating that his mother could survive but a short He returned from there last week and had since been up iu South Dakota ou His wife has been at his mothers bedside the past two manager of tbe South western Bealty at in tbe famous Texas was here first of the week closing a with Fred of for the purchase of a100aore tract down Maxsou is tbe firms rep resentativo Prospects are for a big line of business iu the Panhandle lands this Jesse wbo travels for tbe Prang Educatioual a New York school supply arrived yes terday at the home of his northeast of to recuperate from a serious accident that befell him at Port on March Alighting from a street car he stepped in front of another car com ing rapidly from the opposite direc which gave no warning Had tbe oar struck him squarely he would undoubtedly have been but the glancing blow knocked him to one side onto the He was picked up and carried to bis room iu tbe iu frout of whiuh the acci dent His injuries consisted of a deep gash over his right in which the attending physician took several a sprained tinkle aud arm aud numerous but bruises and MeEl haneys many friends here extend con gratulations upon bis fortunate es capefrom more serious His wife and children came over from where they have been resid aud upon his recovery they will go to to that point being more to bis August Anderson was in Sioux City on business Boss and Henry Grant went to Attorney Brioson was up from Elk Point on business Cobb seta the pace in art istio Wall with prices in the right Attorney Wi Sargent was up from Sioux City on business Sat Mesdames Bobert Boss and Frank were Sioux City visitors Let the KlauerSwanson do your job of spouting before the spring rains You cannot afford to overlook Marchs fine line when in need of Wallpaper and Miss of Elk visited several of her young friends hero the latter part of last Burrill left Sunday to look after farm interests near His accompanied The Cow an Arizona cowboy is booked for the Akron opera house on Thursday April and Goodwin autoed to Sioux City Sunday and were ac companied home by his Miss Clara for a few days Mnrpbey and children left Tuesday to join her husband on their claim near Her accompanied them as far as Carpenters are at work at the church this week arranging a rear en trance to the a doorway be ing cut in from the study at the south eaut It will be appreciated by the pastor and who has been called from Indiana to the pastorate of the Akron is expected to arrive here with his family the latter part of this week and to conduct his initial service on Easter Spittle and family en joyed a Sun day visit fromhis Bob of s Roberts traveled through here a dozen or more years ago for a Minneapolis grain but travels for the firm in the and Seamands re turned last Thursday from near and their friends are glad to learn that Akron will again become their They traded their claim up there for the one upon which his Miss filed be fore her Final proof having been made upon the it is not necessary for them to reside Alva has resumed his position in Marchs drug No ottier feature of the BEGISTER TRIBCNE ever attracted such popular attention as the cartoons Celebrities published iu connection with its Akron Business the first of which appeared last The answers as to whom the picture represented began to eoqje in by mail within a very short time after the pa pers were Of the thirty or more answers every one was Depot Agent be ing perhaps the most widelyknown man in aud also one of the best looking and best was for tbat reason selected as the first sub ject for tbe Along with his tbe baggage check iu his baud served as au easily distinguish ing It tbat some others iu tbe series will uot be so readily recognized aud the one used this week will likely puzzle not a The caricatures are from the pen of Allan of this and any of the subjects of his draw ings who may harbor intentions of doing up the publisher for produc ing their likenesses will also have to reckon tbe long There is uo disposition lo hold anybody up to ridicule iu llio pictures mid the publisher docs not apprehumi thai any ofitmse will be taken even if cer tain chimunenstiis sliKhlly over all moaul in good nature aud A bit of uouseuse nud then relished by the best of Baater Akrons churches will appropriately observe Easter with prahu and song The will bold a sunrise prayer meeting at 7 to which young and old tire Miss Murel iioss will load tbe A special Vesper service will be ren dered in the Baptist church iu the A musical Gates will be i presented in the eveuing at the FOR MEN and BOYS from the DOUGLAS SHOE the world renowned made by practical The styles are correct they fit and have the wearing We have them in all a pair and up Hood Rubbers Rubbers for all sized feet in the famous Hood brand best goods prices are for they are not manufactured by a Muslin Sheets Special FOR THIS WEEK ReadyMade Muslin without seam the goods are torn not will keep their shape after Good quality muslin size 81x90 inches regular 95c Sale price 78 cents Call and see our immense stocK of SPRING GOODS Dress Muslin and Knit Readymade Dresses for Hats and Fancy Belt Lace Window Curtain Groceries Beat Em All per Celluloid lOc Toasto Oat lOc for per Green Gage per Golden Drop per Egg per 3 cans of Peas Best Iowa Can per Dried per 1 cans Van Camps Pork and Beans 15c For Housecleaning We have a full line of Scouring Washing Scrub Brushes and all necessary things for housecleaning Good Things for Saturday FRESH STRAWBERRIES FRESH RIPE TOMATOES These items are unusually cheap for this time of the Leave your order for We pay best prices for Butter and or When Better Cars Are Made BUICK will maKe tHem White StreaK 1O Has 4 brakes ou rear axle Elliptic aud Semi Elliptic Springs Motor ou WHtercooled by gear pump Splash with Rear pump aud siht feed on dash Remy With Siuide Humble Seat With Double AC A Bumble These Prices Factory Touring Car Model F 22 Has brakes ou rear axle i4 and Full Elliptic Springs WuterCooled by gear pump Gear Pump Oiler Chain Storage Battery aud Dry Gas Tank Tilting Steering Price Both cars are equipped with 2 Gas 3 Oil Extra Spark Rubber Floor Tire Repair Hyatt Timken Roller Michlen Tires with Quick Detachable It is ajpleasure to show you these cars can   

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