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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - April 15, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME APRIL NUMBER 35 Local News Qolofi Coming Baled Hay for Burnight Best grades of grass seeds at Klauer Swanson Wade went to Canton on auto business Beverly went to Aloester Mon day to visit John Martin will call for or delivei your Phone and Peter Riohters hav moved onto one of the Henke farms southwest of wife of the new section went to Calliope Monday to visit Oobbs lOo line of Wallpaper is the best by far ever offered Seeing is up to Lace Curtains full three yards long G5o per yard and assortment Klauer Swanson Oilley departed last Fri day for Bonesteel and re maining several days on and Kuborn and children were overSunday visitors at the home of his brother near Hawar Will sell at auction twelve draft horses and forty blooded brood Large bills will be out for April Bertrand arrived Tues day from to visit at the home of her and Olson returned last week to his home west of town from he had been attending Commercial Miss Stella MoKillips has started to learn the billing and book work at the depot and gives promise of becoming very proficient in a short The society will give its annual Sunbonnet and Apron Bazaar at the hall on Satur day Sapper will be My line of Wallpaper is the largest and most uptodate in and my low prices will surprise them Call and see for Winter pioneer Fred Hillebrand and were visitors a few days the past week at the home of her They were euroute from to where they will The council completed the annual review of the assessors returns in four evening sessions last A meet ing will be held this Thursday eve ning to hear grievances of those whose assessments were Frank of this at a hearing before the insanity com missioners at Le Mars on Thursday of last was adjudged mentally ir responsible and taken to the state hospital at Cherokee for His twelveyearold daughter went to Cherokee to reside with her Marion of Sioux representing the Childrens Home at Des was given charge of the two younger aged five and by their Neil Robert and he will place them in good Hilliker Son have been busy since the latter part of February filling a big order from the Fuller tonLumber for door and window which company sends to its various yards in South The orders todate total something like 800 with more in The Fullertori company places its orders with Hilli ker Sou because they supply the frame cheaper by about twenty cents each thap any other firm in the leaving them a reasonable profit at This fact is a decided compliment to Akron Jans returned Saturday from Tripp he filed on the claim he drew in the government allotment last His claim number was which allowed him to pick out a fine quarter six miles southeast of the new town of on the quarter of township There is a nice creek running through one cor ner of his land and likelihood of a railroad passing near or through southeast of and of this who drew numbers 300 and have chosen some of the best land in the about six miles south of Jans says a quarter ad joining his was oifered for sale for per sore by an Indian so he feels very well satisfied with his He will not be required to take up residence thereon until Ootpber The Buiok twocylinder car is th BEST hill Little chick food and crushed shells at The Racket Cobb sets the pace in artistic Wai with prices in the right Let the KlauerSwanson d your job of spouting before the sprin rains Many people in this vicinity hav been suffering from grip and throa affection You cannot afford to overlook F Marchs fine line when in need o Wallpaper and Those wishing a good farmhome nice and for call on at Savery hotel Miss Clotilda of Jeffer visited a few days the week at the home of her Montague Figure with Cobb and save money on your bill of Paints and Painters His line is of high quality Lias returned Saturday rom North where she md been spending the winter with son and Are you going to melt on the long sultry Sundays this summer Why not get a speedy and be happy An enjoyabledance was given in the hall Monday about wenty couple and Smith furnished mandolin and guitar Shippers of live stock from here to he Chicago market Saturday were one car cattle Hop tins two cars hogs Wil and Nanhen one car of ogs Anderson have contracted for he erection of a one story frame uilding on their lot west of Franks holograph with ten oot Anderson began work on the structure It will be occupied by the Hanford Pro local cream station and will ie especially equipped with a cement and sewer con The school board met in special ses ion Tuesday evening and voted to em loy Miss Hattie of Le as teacher in the primary de artment of our schools for next ucceeding Miss Mable who id not make application for re This completes the ap ointment of the corps re maining as at with the one Bairrariived Saturday rom to assume ie pastorate of the Akron His initial on Easter unday created an excellent and those who have met im personally feel that his better ao uaintance will be more His ife and little child are visiting er parents in New York state and ill remain there a few until e has their household in shape for vj Henry Wilier recently bought of Patterson the southeast quarter t section Westfleld town the consideration being 950 per It seemed such a snap at this rice that he cinched the offer on a minutes This gives Wil er 800 acres of Westfleld township all and he expects to oon add another quarter section to is It is all fine land and lias some extensive improvements n his home Wilier has ed 040 head of cattle and a large umber of hogs the past winter and e expects soon to go into the raising f his own stock for feeding hioh his large acreage of land will nable him to accomplish with less ak and higher Wilier is nown more than locally as the oat king of western Plymouth Goodwin left Sioux City at fire clock Monday morning in a Brush unabout and arrived here at pvering the thirty miles in an hour ud threequarters over rough e then took Carrier Frank Bouney ver his rural mail making the wentyeight including the nu stops at in three e then ran down to Elk Point and old a Litohfield returned ere and did considerable running round in the During all these uns the little Brush never made a dp or caused any which was a retty good test for a singlecylinder The Brush is specially adapted or rural delivery work and other speedy and for general eliability it cannot be equalled by ny other machine in its oodwiu will be pleased to demon irate this at apy Garden Seeds in at Klaue Swanson and Scanlon wer Sioux City visitors For best results use the Van Brun sold by Paints and Painters the right kind at the righ For a firstclass job of painting o paperhanging call on Martin Phone Metz and of Sioux were overSunday visitors home of her The largest and choicest line of til latest in Wall Coverings is what youl find at Proper The Akron creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and aonest Mubs visited friends in 3ioux City the first of the week am stopped in Elk Point to see her mother upon her Green Bgg and Drop in heavy also Apricots two cans for 25c while they at The Racket Melius and granddaugh ters went to Sioux City Tuesday to visit at the homes of her daughters Wood and Providing that winter does not last all Morse will operate he street sprinkler this He bought the water wagon of Elmer Seward a short time who has been confined o bis bed for about a was made ixceedingly happy by the receipt of a shower of Easter greetings in post card form from relatives and friends o the number of about thirtyfive lack in his old Miss Margaret who has een visiting for some time at the ipme of her departed Jonday to visit relatives in he Black after which she will spend the summer at Hot Her accom panied her as far as Sioux the auctioneer and anoy live stock of Alcester nd Gann was here on usiness last He sold to Will west of a 160acre ancb in Buffalo He al o recently sold to of the old or feed yard fourteen miles orthwest of which the new wner will move onto next Miss Bezie who had been en oylng a vacation and visit with the amily of her and ohn northeast of de arted Tuesday to resume her posi ion in the registry department of the Chicago where she has been mployed for several She opped on her return at Cedar for a brief visit with her brother nd John and who are indents at the State Normal Just about the same number of uswers were received to the KEGIS EBTBIBUNES cartoon contest last iveek as were sent in the previous Of the thirty or more who sent only one was she mistaking the picture for Keu when Burrill was neither of the gentlemen an take offense at as both are onsidered among our n extra prize of six months sub uription is now offered those living n the rural to enable them o have an equal chance in getting leir guesses This makes three rizes to be contended for each week hose living in those living on ie Akron rural routes and those liv ug outside of Answers have o far been received from subscribers s far away as Easter Sunday was anything but an deal A cutting wind rom the north denied all pleasure of n outdoor possibly made some feel that it would have een just as well to have invested a ew dollars less in that latest crea ion of the milliners The prin ipal Easter services in the churches held in the evening and were attended but it is doubtfuj if ny who went had the slightest idea lat a gentle rain would be falling hen homegoing time How ver that is just what and ot a few of the new Easter bonnets eoeived their initial The ain later turned to snow and cleared p before If the old adage seven rainy Sundays following a ain on Easter should hold many us will feel like emigrating to a dif erent after such a disagree We season as we have been Morse visited his mother a last Patronize Burkes horn hotel Regular 256 clothWindow Shades 31 reduced to Win Mesdames Seamands an Wise were visitors in Siou City Nearly everybody has a Tr the want column in this paper fo quick J Bradley went to D on land business acconi panied by Burgess went to Vermi lion Tuesday for a brief visit witl relatives and Have Martin Smytho do you painting and and ge Srstolass Phone and Douglass au daughter returned last Thursday from a visit with the family of her parents n Holm and daughter who were visitors of the family of her southwest of town returned last Friday to their home at Miss Bessie Ratsh returned Satur day to her home west of town from 31k whdre she had been for rhroe assisting in the care ol ler grandmother and who had een and Lamoureux went to Sioux City the first of the week to see iheir Doc Rush if Sargents formerly of this who was operated upon for ap lendicitis in a hospital FINDS HER PARENTS Former Akron Qirl Is Reunited with Her Family After Many Some twentysix years ago and pioneer residents f Grant this took rom an orphans home at a little girl three years whom they adopted as their With them this has lived t Chatsworth and Ireton and s at present with her foster mother in Des The a few months took occasion to write the super intendent of the institution from whence the child was taken to ascer ain for her own satisfaction the hereabouts of the bad she Fortune favored the gbod earted who loved and enjoyed he child who despite reverses is till a The old superintend yet alive and iu the same ocated for her the lost Two ousius have lived in Sioux City for everalyears and the and one sister still live in Ill health and discourage ment caused the mother to place her hildren in the One of them was taken back by her after the ide She has since married a man of aud after a visit o her longlost Carrie is to eave shortly to make her home with This change Parsons gen rously as it is no more than hat she herself feels she would wish ad she been so arsons was at one time editor of the Register arid also of the Ireton Upper and was well known to the Ider settlers of the Band Gives First Street Despite the strong wind and rather hilly the Akron band ave the first of the seasons openair oncerts Saturday which was njoyed by quite a large The eather was not conducive to the ringing out of best musical at the band received many compli ments for its great improvement in last The baud is laying music of a grade handled by egular city as the fol owing program of last Saturday eve lugs concert will attest x of of Remioks Hits one and Shad Morris of Bennett Neilson of the Battalion Old Barn Dance from Fluffy Chambers The concerts will be given every aturday evening during the summer hen the weather White Ribbon Shoes A new consignment has just This make of Shoes is proving more popular each succeeding why not They are The New Shoe for high as fine as they can be selected flexible cushion and they are home made at Fort No better way to boost our own great state than to buy her manufactured products that have These Shoes are made in all dull and and a beautiful line of Prices cial 1 lot Ladies broken To close out the we make a price that will move em values 98c BUFFALO CALF SHOES are built for the man who These Shoes are also an Iowa manufactured at Des Every pair is fully The leather is tanned as the Indian tans We have them in black and and WASH DRESS GOODS In this line we show all the new weaves and among them being the that washes like wears like yet has a soft Also DRY GOODS SPECIALS Good quality India regular 36inch Bleached the So 60inch Red the See our elegant assortment of Glassware at 5c and Water worth at GROCERIES CANNED in regular 20c while the lot per 3 cans of Peas Best Iowa 25c large can lOc Toasto Oat Flakes If you wish to purchase Groceries in original packages or large quantitiesbring in your order and let us ffgurfedrtf If we can save you money it is to your in terest to do And if our figures are not we certainly do not expect you to buy of All we ask is a comparison of quality and in the same quan tity as others The Simplicity 44 of the Famous D f T D LJ 1 makes it an ideal car for the BUSY You dont have to be a Mechanic to nor a Millionaire to own a Keep the Oil Pump filled and the BUICK will take care of White Streak 1O Has 4 brakes on rear axle Elliptic and Semi Elliptic Springs Motor on watercooled by gear pump Splash Oiler with gear pump and sight feed on dash Remy With Single Bumble Seat With Double AC A Bumble These Prices Factory Touring Car Model F 22 Has 1 brakes on rear and Full Elliptic Springs by gear pump Gear Pump Oiler Chain Storage Battery and Dry Gas Tilting Steering Complete j We call special attention to the Valve Oiling Large Strong Wheels and Roller and Ball Climbing Quiet Snappy Appearance and Let us show you these TroubleProof Iowa IowafAGENTS   

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