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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - April 22, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME APRIL NOMBEK 36 Local News Qolngt Baled Hay for Burnigh Bee Supplies of all at Klauer Swanson John Martin will oall for or delive your Phone The meets with An drew Paulson next Monday afternoon April Miss Fern who baa been seriously ill with a nervous affection now slightly Oobbs lOo line of Wallpaper is th best by far ever offered Seein is up to Laoe full three yards long 660 per yard and assortmen Swanson Wade went to Canton Tuesday to deliver another batah of Reo autos They are selling like hot cakes up Will sell at auction twelve draf horses aud forty blooded brood sows Large bills will be out for April Green Egg and Golden Drop In heavy also Apricots two cans fof25e while they at The Racket Henry Rossbaob and Abel Lar northwest of went to Omaha Tuesday to attend the funeral of the wife of their John of tuat west of left Sat urday for Los California where his brother He will visit various points on the coast and may decide to locate My line of Wallpaper is the largest and most uptodate in and my low prices will surprise them Call and see for Winter pioneer of was an overSunday visitor at the home of bis He was enroute to his old Three on a Marchs auto skidded in the mud while turning a street corner Tuesday causing the spokes and rim of one hind wheel to part It was neowiary to hanl the crippled car home for 71 Hans Wilier has bought the old Fo lau Southeast of of paying an acre and are said to contemplate moving to near where their has a Howes came over fvom near Mer rllJ the first of the week to visit his and other rel atives and friends Howes is one of the pioneers in that section and one of the most farmers in the Harry Clark and Arthur dArville succeeded Goodwin in the man agement of the Akron opera house last The new managers promise to give the most satisfactory service passible to the public in this connec tion and have some good attractions booked for the near Morse went to Nebras Tuesday to buy sprue hay for his The supply has become ex ceedingly short in this the late spring and scarcity of pastures making matters Morse went with the expectation of buying several James Con way and his son and Harry and of have been visiting his and bis and their families the past ulao renewing former aoq uaint anoes Oonway lived north eastjof on Indian several years He was called last week to the home of his north of who met with a Serious V The Commercial club opened the Rest Boom in Biddleoomes building east of the poatofflce Satur The room is exclusively for the use of especially those from the surrounding country who oome to Akron to do their and prom ises to become very much New and other neces sary furnishings make the place very comfortable and On holi days or at times of celebrations it is likely arrangements will be made to permit mothers to leave their little ones there in charge of some compe tent while they enjoy the oc It has been suggested that the ladies of the town might bring pictures aud other articles to decorate j and beautify the Beat The Buiok twocylinder oar is tb BEST bill Little chick food and crushed shell at The Backet Klaoer went to Sioux City yes terday on and Boss were visH ors Tuesday in Sioux Cobb sets the pace in artistic Wai with prices in the right Were equipped to do all kinds c Plumbing Co Paul Wendt and Cobb went t Hawarden Tuesday evening to atten Masonio You cannot afford to overlook F Marchs fine line when in need o Wallpaper and Those a good farmhorn 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 Frank Barr will do yon a firstclasi job of papering or Leavi orders at Marchs or Winter Fred Haas came up from Sioux City Saturday for a few days visit with before leaving to take a claim near Miss Ida Lamberty very pleasantly entertained her class in the Snn day school at the home of J Brown last Saturday Alexander and little of Nebraska visited the Eyland family ant other friends here last Thursday and has some excellent basebai material and a team should be organ zed to engage in that popular pas ime here this This is none oo early to gal together for practice Hofstad returned today o her home southwest of town from an extended visit with relatives al Her returned with her for a ViHultgren topped he Sioux City hog market on Wednes April with a load of which were sold by Bob nson per top for he of this has egun proceedings in districtxco or divorce from his alleges cruel aud inhuman treat ment as his and also seeks he custody of their three young Broadbent returned last hursday from a visit of about five months with relatives at Waucoma nd and Min She a most enjoyable ime aud her health is also consider bly The music pupils of Bar will give a concert in the op ra house on Saturday this under auspices of the Akron iommeroial for the benefit of the ew Best It should be well pa Program on last The BEOISTEBTRIBUNES cartoon obn est gains in popularity as it pro More answers were received ast week than at any previous morethan forty mailing Duly about a half dozen were inoor The prizewinners and correct uswer are given beneath this weeks The apron and sunbounet bazaar iven by the Tabernacle society of the Jatholio church in hall Sat rday afternoon was a pleasing suo The ladies ulso served a fine which was well ater in the evening an enjoyable ooial dance was held in the for hiob and Smith furnished mandolin and guitar of Fort District gent for the Century Insurance n northwest was here several ays last working in the country ith the local agents of the ledmand They succeeded ia ritlug over a thousand dollars in Harty has been mak ng visits here for a number of years nd bis jovial nature has gained him iitny friends in this The pleasant weather brought out large crowd to listen to the bauds treet concert Saturday The oys are undoubtedly turning out a uoh better grade of music than at ny time last season and they are im roving every The last ram was much judging om the Nlmrod f Big and of both excellent ave valuable assistance iu the oon Perfection Kerosene a KiauerSwanson Anderson went to Dubuque o business For beat resultsuse the Van Brun sold by Bobert Basmussen left Tuesday fo the Texas Panhandle on a land Attend the dime social a the Brown home tomorrow Fri day Paints and Painters the right kind at the righ For a firstclass job of painting o paperhanging call on Martin Phone The largest and choicest line of thi latest in Wall Coverings is what youl find at Proper Have Martin Smythe do you painting and and ge firstclass Phone The Akron creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest The Ladles Aid will serve supper next Saturday in the building south of Wendts Supper from Brock and daughter came from Sioux City Saturday to visit her and other rela tives and The will give a dime at the home of Brown tomor row Friday to which al are cordially The KlauerSwanaon has dandy line of also Administer and all handsome Clayton formerly of this was up from Sioux City on busi ness last He is in the whole sale ice cream business Martin and Miss left last Friday for He went to look after some property in terests and also to visit a brother Gilmore who recently bought he Baker dray solicit a share of your They are especially iquipped for heavy hauling and will give prompt and careful An item in a LeMars paper stating hat of this had bought a new auto there is branded by him aa The county seat papers are generally well filled with hot Sullivan and 5eari returned Sunday from Sioux bringing home the latters little who was operated on n a hospital there for cleft The child is getting along Clarence Jones was called to Fair last Friday by the illness if his who here only a few days ust before coming here she had been the Mayo hospital in Beverly received the sad intel igence Sunday of the death of her of after n illness of three months with a para ytio She and her daugh went there Monday to at end the Her mother is also uite Belkey was a pioneer esident of that section and highly re Beverlys friends here xtend their sympathy in this bereave At River View two miles ortheast of taught by Miss Anna a basket social and tereoptioon lecture will be given next Wednesday April County uperlutendeut Countryman will de iver the which will be along scenic and humorous illustrating the same with in cresting stereoptioon The ublio is cordially invited to attend nd enjoy the Its a rather deplorable state of af aira when physicians find it neoes ary to go out and put in their valu We time patting country roads la de en t shape for This is just hat Kerr is doing today on be county side of the itching a Vshaped wooden drag be ind bis he took a spin south eat over the bottom roads to the Da otas hill and This afternoon e made a similar trip to the north Several miles of road een covered and Kerr aaya the rag has placed the roads in flue except in several places where ulverizlng is The Union ouuty road overseers should get ext to themselves without having telr sins of omission pointed out in uoh There is also much com for improvement in roads on the owa General use of the King oad drag would accomplish Jewel GasOliOe at Klauer Swanson Koch was a passenger to Slou City yesterday Patronize Bnrkes home hotel Good progress is being made on the ten blocks of water mains extensions Regular 256 oloth Window Shades 31 reduced to Win Patronize the Ladies Aid suppe Saturday afternoon in room south of Wendts Nearly everybody has a Try the want column in this paper fo quick Frank Grlpp and children lef yesterday to join her husband at the future and o Sioux were guests last week o the family of and Boysbn Aalfs went to Sioux Center yesterday to visit his father an other relatives a few and to look after business If you need see our fine large You dont have to await orders from as we sell from the Kidd returned Monday from where she was called a few wefks before by illness in the family of her J Searls visited the first of he week at the home of her at Her of Sioux was also there at the Local real estate deals recently re corded are John Ahrens to east 16 of block 8300 Martin to Henry John son et lots 11 and block of was here Saturday and His wife is at the home of her and assist ng in the care of her Miss who has beenvery ill t tie past month Frank Burke has bought Carl Manns residence property in the south part of town and will take possession about the first of Mann will re sign his position as rural mail carrier and go on the road for a medicine Attorneys Struble and of are hare ac companied by a taking lepositions to be used in the water damage case of Paul Wendt Town if which comes up at the term if district court soon to convene in Struble is attorney for he plaintiff and Zink for the n Tuesday afternoon and eve snow Wednesday morning and a hard freeze Wednesday night is some hing of a weather record for late in Mention of Winter lingering n the lap of Spring has been with ifflculty refrained from for several but if they dont break away rom their spooning at once it will be ecessary to use a Eleven carloads of stock were hipped from here Saturday to the Chicago as follows Hilder two oars cattle Adolph Wi two cars cattle Henry wo cars hogs Henry one ar hogs and one car cattle one car hogs and one car cattle one car Scott Clarke shipped a oar of cattle to Sioux ity The owners accom anled their John Kuck and Miss Esta of went to Sioux lity Tuesday and bad a quiet wed ing ceremony with them eles as the parties chiefly hey came to Akron that evening and rove to the home of her nd near Kuok is a painter and paper anger in where they ill make their Both are pop lar and respected young people in lat community and many friends them a full measure of joy and BORN A to and Morey eat of April A to and John northeast of For One Steger Sou Piano for if sold wlthlo ten One beautiful 8700 Ellington Player iano for if sold wltbiu ten j Introductory BOTTOMS Music LACE CURTAIN SALE Six Big Lace Curtain Days of Small Prices The special prices are in effect from Friday April until Thurs day April Our stock is the assortment is and the prices are smaller than in previous now we are making you SPECIAL PRICE INDUCEMENTS just when you need the We have Curtains in the new Arabian color in addition to Note well the then come and see the quality and size of the Curtains White our and quality sale per White 3A yards quality sale per White yards quality sale per Arabian yards quality sale per White regu lar sale per pair Arabian 3 yards regular value sale per pair P J 70 On I v 3 yards regular QOp sale per pair 3 yards 90c value our 7 An sale per pair I Tu yards 75c our sale per pair 2H yards long 50c value our sale per Single values special sale Single values special sale Single values special sale Single values special sale Single values special sale Door White and Arabian 1 lot 65c sale v Also a few Odd one pair and some only a single LESS THAN WHOLESALE As a its from 2 to 60 miles per a longlifed culverts and hills are unnoticed on account on account of the specially constructed appearance pleases like the noiseless way it price is The fact You Want a BUICK We can sell you get White Streak 1O 1622 Has 4 brakes on rear axle Elliptic and Semi Elliptic Springs Motor on watercooled by gear pump Oiler with gear pump and sight feed on dash Remy With Bumble Seat With Double 01 Bumble Prices Touring Car Model F 22 Has 4 brakes on rear andJuU Elliptic pump Gear Pump Oiler Chain Storage Battery Dry Gas TiltiugSteeriag Price AUTOMOBILE are in position to fill your orders for any Automobile Fixtures or Equipments on the Akron Westfield U 1 O K TroubleProof Cars   

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