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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - April 29, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME APRIL NUMBER 37 Local dolngi Comlngi Doing Baled flay f or Burnigh Bee Sttpplies of all at Klaner Swanson Paul Wendt visited relatives i Hudson Kaborn was n Sioux City on business John Martin will call f of or delive your Phone Fred Dierksen went to LeMars last Friday for a few days of visited a few days last week with her and Lace full three yards long 65c per pair and assortmen Klauer Swanson Cobbs lOe line of WaiipSper is thi best by far ever offered Seeing is up to Father Bed mond and George Schafer were Sioux City visitors the first of the Miss Johanna who was a visitor at the home ofher Mrs returned Monday to Ver Green Egg and Golden Drop in heavy also Apricots two for 25c while they at The Backet Joe Boberts resigned as assistant in the depot and went to Sioux City to work the first of the Earl Smith has succeeded him at the My line of Wallpaper is the largest and most uptodate in and my low prices will surprise them Call and see for Winter pioneer Evar Johnson came down from Al oester yesterday on Here ports that bis who underwent an operation in the LeMars hospital some time ago for was able to return to Alcester and LeBoy Anderson had the pleasure visit from Friday until Sunday from his An and little sister from Kossuth this An derson has beep buying grain there for the Hun ting Elevator for the past nineteen who had been cared for at the of Cilley KBIT since an operation for cancer a few weeks was able to return Saturday to his home near Chats Cilley taking him up in his are that Mollhoff will attain complete recovery in a short local agent for the Buiok sold a fine new tour ing car of that make last week to the Foley of this They made the initial trip with the new ma chine Sunday to Sioux City and were much pleased with its accompanied by went to Orange City in the new Buiok Kuborn went with them as far as where she vis ited John Tucker met with a quite pain ful accident last Friday He had taken an auto to Sioux City for his and re turned on evening Walk ing rapidly south along the railroad tracks toward his he stepped into the culvert that runs under the track below the stock the J danger being hidden by the He carried some wrenches and other auto tools in his hands and when he fell to the bottom of the threefoot ditch his face struck the His lower lip was quite badly out and his face and his neck has since been very lame from the strain of the of Sioux is frequently called here by local phy sicians tp superintend difficult opera and it is believed a record is es tablished the past week by his per forming three operations in this lo oality within four He ouiue Sat urday evening assisted by the lo cal operated upon northwest of who is a son of Fred of this for Monday evening he again operating upon a daugh ter of and Gerhard southeast of for Tuesday morning he operated upon who lives with her John northwest of near for a oanoeraus af This operation was performed at the office of Cilley where she is being cared Trained nurses came from Sioux City to look After eaoh of these Miss Rose Palm visited friends i LeMars The Buiok twocylinder oar is tb BEST hill Little chick food and crushed shell at The Backet Foley was at Iowa on business last Cobb sets the pace in artistic Wall with prices in the right Were equipped to do all kinds i Plumbing Co north of went t Bock Valley on business the first o the Has helped help a want in the Everybody reads 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 Figure with Cobb and save money on your bill of Paints and Painters His line is of high quality paotor of the Christian went to his for mer Monday for a few days Frank Barr will do you a firstclass ob of papering or Leave orders at Marchs or Winter Miss Willa of Sioux City was a Sunday visitor at the home 01 her uncle and and Mrs The Methodist Ladies Aid served a most appetizing supper Saturday in he building south of Wendts store and it was wall Those interested in the organization f a Gun club here are requested to meet at Motors hardware store May at next Tuesday who had been at the home of her and a couple of returned Sunday to Alexan and Scanlon expect o leave soon for Hot where he will take treatment for a ropsicai affection that has been giv ng him much Marion Barr and family arrived ere from last Friday nd will again make Akron their He has been operating a blacksmith hop but has been compelled to ive it up on account of his who formerly farmed outheast of shipped his goods ast week to He and bis amily have taken up their1 residence n the claim he drew last year in ripp near the new town of and Goodwin and nd Beauchamp were Sioux Jity visitors Returning ome in the Goodwin rove his FierceRacine auto the lirty odd miles in one hour and fif een which establishes an ftordark record for that distance mong local Kennedy returned yesterday om his annual winter sojourn on IB Pacific coast and is receiving cor ial greetings from many He pent most of the time with his in also for a me with his W hippie Bur at and id not go down into California as His stay was very enjoy except for a siege of rheumatic Section for some time from hich he is now almost What promises to be a rather inter sting case was set for preliminary earing here last Thursday before ustioe Boy It seems that who recently moved from a arm in Sioux township to the eaulieu farm near had left quantity of corn in the field on the iace he vacated and he secured the onsent of ttie man succeeding him leave the oru where it was for a certain This time had elapsed when e went back to his old place to see bout and what was his surprise to nd two men in the act of hauling bis oru He identified the men as Feauto and Perry Lattin and be an proceedings against It is aid Feauto and Lattin claim they ad the consent of Hummell to haul corn as it had remained on is premises a longer time than he ad agreed with Justice Boot as obliged to postpone hearing of case as County Attor ey Keenau was unable to appear ere in behalf of the State on account f a rush of district court Jewel Gasoline at Klauer Swanson Miss Eva Adams was a Sioux Clt visitor Scanlon was a business visito in Hawarden last Patronize Burkes home hotel Regular 25o cloth Window Shades 31 reduced to Win Nearly everybody has a Tr the want column in this paper fo quick Muhs went to Harrisburf Sunday for a few days visit a the home of her Geg1 Hodge and went t LeMars called by the seri ous illness of his John with blood If you need see our fine large You dont have to awai orders from as we sell from he Coyle and James Foley went to City Saturday to have the fin shing touches put on as members o the Knights of Notices appear in this issue calling a meeting on Saturday May for the organization of a Farmers ooperative Lumber Regular monthly meeting of the Commercial club next Tuesday eve May lv There are importan matters to consider and a full attend ance is Patrick of Louis formerly of Weatfleld has been visiting his Scanltin other relatives and friends in his locality the past Hopkins and the Farmers Grain company eaoh shipped a carload of hogs to Chicago Boss Brady were on the Sioux City mar tet Monday with a car of Gilmore who recently bought he Baker dray solicit a share if your They are especially equipped for hauling and will give prompt and careful Cleary was a Sioux City visitor last Friday and ler Miss Stella who ad been visiting accompanied ler there on returning to her Good work was done on the down own streets last week with a road rader in the hands of If he council decides to buy a grader for egular use theres no reason why Ak on should not have as good streets as ny town in the Every treet should be well rounded to the which would effect quick rainage and The music pupils of Bur delighted a fairsized audi uce at the opera house Saturday vening in their The uartet selections by Mrs Miss Nelle Muhs nd Martin the duets y Kerr and Smythe and Kerr and and solos y Smith and Miss rene Gilmore constituted the vocal with the instrumental umbers by Miss all of hich were rendered in a manner so leasing as to bring forth vigorous Martin Smythes ramatio The Chariot rom Wallaces was pre ented in a manner that proved a dis not surprise even to those aware of er exceptional talent in this and IB was compelled to respond to double Miss Nelle Muhs nd added much to le enjoyment of the program with heir artistic piano he musical numbers were not olassi al beyond the ordinary conception ud were therefore the more fully ap The quality of the euter inment was highly complimentary oth to the pupils and to their iu ruotoiv The concert was given under be auspices of the Commercial club the benefit of the Best hioh received a neat little sum ns s share of the BURGLARS MAKE A HAUL WHITNEYS STORE ROBBED RearDoor Entrance is Gained Monday Niglit and Watches StolenSuspects Arrested and ReleasedNo Clue to Thieves C After months of waiting and sus pense Akron is at last on the map with a genuine Some time Monday night Whitneys jewelry store was broken into an fifteen gold a number o goldrimmed glasses and other articles to the value of between and X Entrance to the building was gaine by splitting the light rear door from top to marks of the imple ment used being visible at severa An inside door was opened by turning a key that was left in the look on the inside by the proprietor when tie closed up that Whitney das no but it was his custom to put the most valuable goods out of sight at night but this happened to DO occasion when he overlooker that precaution of il proved the unlucky How ho was fortunate enough to have home his patrons watches that were undergoing or the loss would have been considerably greater The burglary was not known until Whitney opened the store at about 45 the next He found his stock iu much indicating that the contents of the show case lad been hastily The amp he always leaves burning low was extinguished and overturned on show some of the oil being There were numerous burned match stubs lying It is impossible to tell at what time rho burglary Is ig Lit watch man Anderson is positive the mp was still burning in the store he went alt duty at about Tuesday and it could very easily have happened after that houi vhen the coast was Whit ney at once informed the officials of Notice of Meeting for the organization of a Far mers CoOperative Lumber At 2 oclock May at the there will be held a meet ing for the purpose of organiz ing a Farmers CoOperative Lumber The only clew evident was hut several strangers had been in at least one of whom lad tried to sell some cheap jewelry o a number of persons These men had left town by Tuesday morn News of the burglary was tele iboned to the surrounding country nd with a request to watch or suspicious Chief of olice Anderson went to Sioux ity on the morning train and ar ested a fellow named Charles who had been hanging around here nd who went south on an early reight He brought Parish aok that evening and lodged him in In the Marshal Ike of had rounded up tiree rather tough looking nd held them on Vhitney went to Chatsworth and earned that none of the men had any f his property intheir Marshal Miller held the ud that evening Chief Anderson nd a Gene to in Harry Clarks auto and rought back the three suspects for The men proved to be art of the gang that was here Mon ay handcuifed they ooked the part of real ending a they spent the igbt in the citys steel in corn any with the other ach prisoner was arraigned separ tely before Mayor Moore yesterday oreuoon and closely questioned re ardiug their movements between Monday and the time of their bsolutely no information could be oaxed from them by the mayor con erniug the robbery having no noriminatiug evidence about their Mayor Moore turned the en re bunch While the officials eally believe some of these fellows new something of the if not otually it WHS impossible o proceed farther against them wilh ut evidence of any It now ap ears doubtful if the guilty parties ill be People here earnestly sympathize ith upon whom even IB small loss falls quite The burglary has served to increase le sentiment that the town should nve a more efficient night police ser which should extend into the aylight The farce has gone far j Miss lioretta Tripp returned Tues day from a visit with relatives at I Spring and Summer Merchandise As the season the arrival of New Merchandise gains in mo New Goods keep coming by freight and and the best thing about it all is that it is Quality same HighGrade Goods that this store has been dealing out to the people of this New SHpes for Men and Boys are made by the Douglas Shoe and if it Isthe best youre looking you need look no for they are at the head of the list in This lot contains Bluchers and in the new Patents and dull Made in the newest approved shapes for the Young also in the regulation styles for the older Prices range from to EL Corsets This is the Corset that pleases the Well Dressed In the new lot just received we show the latest and the sizes are again in all the popular Prices range from 50c In Our Mens Section we have new anivals of Dress Work Our Overalls are the celebrated Glover pairfully Sanitas Underwear Another lot just We have your and the quality will surely please Grocery Snaps Soft Shell English per Toasto Oat per Early June 3 cans per Evaporated per Celluloid per Rumford Baking Call and see our Wash Dress ReadyMade Dresses for Ladies and Muslin Rain Col lars Auto the New Dutch Childrens Hand kerchiefs for 3c and 5c I COUPON I 9 ig CLIP THIS bring it lj with you on May buy 9 worth of goods in any pnrt ofthe 9 store and get a Souvenir FREE 9 Remember this Coupon is good V 5 MAY ONLY 9 8 9 TroubleProof BUICR has the most efficient and positive lubricating system known to Automo bile Driven by a gear direct from the crank shaft it feeds according to the speed of the The seven vital parts of the en gine the 2 the crank shaft bearings and the crank case are taken care of by this The surplus oil in the crank case remains by the action of the is splashed over and on all the crank case ISP There is nothing to remember wjhen starting on a trip but to fill this Oil Pump the car then care of A child can operate and care for a White 1O 1622 Has 4 brakes on rear axle Elliptic and Semi Elliptic Springs Motor on watercopied by gear pump Splash Oiler with gear pump and sight feed on dash Remy With Single Rumble Seat With Double Bumble Seat These Prices Factory Touring Gar Model F 22 Has i brakes on rear and Full Elliptic Springs WaterCooled by gear pump Gear Pump Oiler Chain Storage Battery and Dry Gas Tilting Steering Price We are in position to furnish Fixtures and Equipment for any make of and can have the goods here within two to three days after order is Akron Westfield B u i o K TroubleProof Cars   

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