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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - May 13, 1909, Akron, Iowa MAI NUMBER 3 Local News Going Baled hay for X Bee Supplies of all Klauer Swanson John Martin will call for or deliver your Phone Fred Dierksen is visiting rela tives in Beresford this Social dance in the opera house next Wednesday May Agnes and Miss were visitors in Sioux City last Has helped help a want hr the Everybody reads For a firstclass job of painting or paperhanging call on Martin Phone Regular 15c and 20c Wallpaper values reduced to Go and at The bargains are yours for the The dandelion crop is a little late this along with everything but promises to make this up in Ralph Clark and of Elk came Saturday for an overSun day visit with the family of her par and My line of Wallpaper is the largest and most uptodate in and my low prices will surprise them Call and see for Winter pioneer from Sioux was a visitor the first of this week at the homes of her and being enroute to her claim near Hot Seurls and Miss who had been visiting the fam ilies of his and departed Tuesday for their home at They stopped in CoVicil Bluffs to visit his and of Em and Miss who has a position in a bank at were visitors at the home of their daughter and the first of the A social dance will be given in the Akron opera house by Managers DAr ville Clark next Wednesday eve May to which the public is cordially Excellent music will be furnished by the Voegli Harp of Miss Ruth who is a at Morningside Sioux visi ted over Sunday at the home of her Bay and Fay Terpen The Buiok twocylinder car is the BEST bill George Sohafer went to Sioux City on business Elmer Seward visited friends in Elk Point Plum blossoms are just beginning to spead their welcome Attorney Struble was over from the county seat on business Were equipped to do all kinds of Big cut in Wallpaper on everything under regular 20o at You cannot afford to overlook Marchs fine line when in need of Wallpaper and Miss Grace of Sioux arrived the first of the week to visit her Green Egg and Golden Drop in heavy also two cans for 25c while they at The Racket Sarah Jenkins and Miss are enjoying a visit this week from the formers of Sioux Fred Anderson and little of have been guests the past week at the home of her LeRoy The KlauerSwanson has a dandy line of 55 also Axminister and all John Caskey and family en joyed a few days visit this week from her John who is edi tor of the at Butler Paul Wendt bought a quarter sec tion farm from Frank Wakeman last She greatly enjoyed her stay These young men moved from Ireton a few weeks ago to the Hue bsoh southeast Shedds neat on east Beed is nearing com Good progress is being made on the framework of Johnsons new residence at the corner of Fourth and Dakota streets and it will be one of the most handsome and commodi ous houses in Memorial which will be ob served this year on May because of the 30th falling on is near at People generally should plan to extend all possible as sistance to the and the rapidlythinning ranks of the in the proper observance of this sacred memorial to our nations The local Belief corps is planning on some special services at the The past week has given us some very disagreeable yet good progress has been made in farm The dust storms of last Friday and were almost unbearable and interfered with all outdoor It is a long time since there has been such a rapid transfer of real but Tuesday nights rain settled much to the relief of and nice spring weather has since pre porn planting is now on in The directors granted the public schools a holiday last to en able the teachers to devote one day to visiting schools at other Anderson and Laughliu went to Ha former accompanied by his wife Misses Kundert and look to Sioux where they were guests of and Whit field Misses Bernard and Bberly to Sioux This inter changing of visits by teachers is an excellent they are fre quently able to gain valuable ideas ia school work in addition to the personal pleasure derived ia a wider acquaintance among their co workers in the grand sphere of educa located in Hand The deal was made through the agency of Neil accom panied by her and of who are visiting went to Beres ford Tuesday to vinit relatives a few who has been visiting friends departed Satur day for where she will make an extended visit with relatives bufore going to the home of her Milo at Lake and Miss of were visitors yes terday and today at the home of the formers Lake is convalescing from the effects of an operation to which she submitted at a Sioux City hospital a few weeks Jewel Gasoline at Klaue Swanson Bly shipped a oar of hogs t Chicago Vargason and Lione visited in Sioux City Regular 25o cloth Window 31 reduced to Win Lace full three yards long 65o per pair and assortmen Klauer Swanson of Sioux visited at the home of his the first of the The Akron creamery wants you milk and Highest prices an honest and Albert Montagne am of were Sunday visitors at the home of his brother Miss Belle Caskey came up from Sioux City Tuesday to visit her par and John am other Cheap Wallpaper cheap you cant afford to look at soiled paper on the walls in the bottom bat fallen out of prices at Miss Helen Robinsons piano pupils will give a recital tomorrow Friday She will be assisted in the program by and Arthur from near is visiting his parents and and other relatives and friends a few days this Ho was called as a witness in the Boss case at Eden returned yesterday to her home east of after a visit of nearly five months at Call Portland townships trustees have instructed Clerk Pollock to se cure six of the famous King road drags for use in various parts of the These drags are employed on roads to best effect soon after a while the dirt is That Port lands roads will be greatly improved by the use of these drags is an abso lute certainty and the trustees are to be commended for their action in this Pollock has been secur ing excellent results from a King drag on the roads adjoining his farm north east of The farm home of Beese north of was the scene of a pleasant gathering Monday when a large party of young and assembled in honor of his Several hours were passed in a very enjoyable manner and nice re freshments were Curtis left Tuesday for a sojourn at Colorado Springs and other Colorado points for the benefit of his He was first accompanied by his father to Chicago to secure expert medical The young mans many friends earnestly hope he will derive immediate and permanent benfit from the change in of the Lytle Construc tion of Sioux which recently completed the sanitary sewer system met with the council at its ad journed session Monday evening and discussed final details of the Complete settlement has not yet beeu made between the council and the but the cost has been llg ured down to a poiut where it is as certained that the cost to each owner of a iOfoot lot will be about This is considered a very reasonable piioe for the To make the expense even more reasonable to lot owners in moderate waivers can be filed with Clerk Young strom that will stretch paymeut of the amounts over u seven which certainly removes all question of hardship ia meeting ttie special in that beautiful clime and her health is much improved Joe a former denizen of Ak rons irrigated hove into town yesterday from The physical change that has come over him renders him scarcely recognizable by acquaintances of former and Martin have en joyed a visit this week from their of and their daugh Miss of Cedar Martins John also came down from Hawarden and Scanlon returned Monday from He went there last week to consult the famous Doctors Mayo regarding a dropsical affection of his stomach and to undergo an operation if That they gave him no encouragement for permanent relief is learned with deep regret by his many friends While coasting down hill in a two wheeled cart with other children at the Sayles southwest of the sevenyearold son of and David Mentzer was thrown out and both bones broken in his right between the wrist and el The lad bravely withstood the painful accident and was brought by his father to the office of Cilley Kenfor The case of Ross Boyson of this came up for hearing before Judge Gaynor in district court at LeMars and quite a number of witnesses were summoned to give Ross seeks to ob tain possession from his Boy of what is known as the Walmsloy torth of which their the late Duncan willed to The plaintiff alleges that his upon certain conditions which he has verbally prom ised to give him the August Koch is having lumber hauled for some fine improvements on his farms east of On his half section in Section Preston town occupied by his he will erect a modern residence of com modious the main part to be with a kitchen 16foot which will cost or On his farm on the southeast quarter of Section Port land occupied by Albert be will build a big Carl Classen and little sou of Nor arrived Tuesday to visit his and other relatives and friends here for a few of that accompanied him here to see who has been confined to his bed for over a Claseu who was formerly engaged extensively iu contracting and building in Chi removed to Norfolk a short time ago and will soon locate iu Gothen where he has bought thirtyfive lots and will lay out an ditlon to that thriving little Crill came up from Elk Poin on business Cross was in Sioux City o Perfection Kerosene a KlauerSwanson Wiberg returned yesterday from a visit to Coyle visited relatives in Sioux City the latter part of last week Weidenfeller went to Hawarden today to see his who is very il Youngstroth attended th bankers convention In Sioux City yes The Ladies Aid will meet with Wednesday The Ladies Aid expect to servi Decoration Day dinner in room south of Wendts Paints and Painters the right kind at the righ Gibbons and Patrick east of visited friends in Hawar den tlie first of the Have Martin Smythe do your painting and and ge firstclass Phone The Baptist Ladies Aid desires to announce that it will serve a flue din ner on Decoration May Bural Mail Carrier Frank Burke ms bought one of L Goodwins lit le Brush autos use on his If you need see our fine Yon donff have to await orders from as we sell from he who has been visit ng her southeast of town other relatives returnee Monday to Alice of Elk superintendent of Union was a guest last night of her Miss Edith at the lome of The will give a tencent social at the home of George south of on Friday after May The ladies extend a cordial invitation to Miss Beatrice Douglass departed yesterday for a few weeks visit at the tome of her James at Her mother ac companied her as far as Elk number of serious cases of pneu monia are reported John Pendleton has been very but is Tripp has a bad is danger no vv attack and his ously Mesdames McCartney and Hamil of Ashland and and of Sioux have een recent visitors at the home of heir and north of A baseball game is sched uled for the ocal grounds tomorrow Friday after noon at between the Le Mars Outlaws and the Akron The boys promise a lively interesting southeast of went to Sioux City last Friday to cou ult a specialist regarding a stomach Section that had been giving him much He remained several lays and took treatment for what was soertained to be ulceration of the and he is now making good He was accompanied o the city by his DIED Wednesday May Miss daughter of and Antone aged 23 years 13 This young woman had been an in ense sufferer for a number of years rom necrosis of as the re ult of an injury to her An op eration was performed a year or two go in Sioux but it was then too ate to bring her permanent er oaae was pathetic one iu many espeots and it was a merciful Provi euce that released the tortured body rom the cruel bonds of he kindness and sympathy of friends the last days of her illness must surely have brought her such oy and comfort HS she had rarely She is said to have shownun sual patience and fortitude in her May her soul have found the peaifo that passeth all uuder The funeral will be held tomorrow Triday at 11 in the Catholic BORN A to and John Car northwest of lay A to and Frank northeast of May f Waists This week we are showing a new lot of the fac torys latest together with the previous makes the grandest assortment of Waists this store has ever The SiJk Waists are and the prices start as low as and run up to Those made of Flaxon are very dainty and are the most It is the Queen of White Other Waists in white and colored material start as low as 65c EMBROIDERY SPECIALS 27inch Embroidery heavy good regular Sale per yard 18inch Dorset Cover values up to 6Sc a the entire lot goes at the low price of LADIES UMBRELLAS A very pretty assortment of good fine material actually worth sale price CHILDRENS assortment at prices about ac tual cost of We have them from 25c MENS AND BOYS shapes and colors in Rain Proof Working Hats and Straws at all Come in and see our swell Soft Collar at 50c to Special Sale of Canned Goods These Prices are for One Weeh Beginning FRIDAY MOKN MAY 14th CANNED PLUMS per dozen CANNED PEACHES per dozen CANNED APRICOTS per dozen CANNED APPLES per dozen CANNED CHERRIES per dozen CANNED HOMINY per dozen CANNED CORN per dozen CANNED PEAS per dozen PURE FOOD JELLY 1 dozen 90c 9flc 90c SHOES Mens Canvas all val ues our sale per only Mens and Boys RubberSole Tennis Childrens Barefoot made of good all sizes from 5 to 1 lot Womens narrow per FANCY PICKLES 25c 3 bottles 25c WKNBT WINS DAMAGE SUIT ury Returns Verdict of Against Town of Af ter Twentyfour Hours The water damage suit of Paul vVendt Town of occupied he time and attention of the district ourt from Monday until Friday after noon last The after con idering for twentyfour hours the arge bulk of evidence re urned a sealed verdict to Judge Gay awarding Wendt the sum of As a result of the great rainstorm of day the basement of Vendts general store was entirely damaging a large quantity of oods Alleging that much of he flooding of his basement was due o improper street grading and gutter through his sought to re over damages from the town he council rejected the claim upon he grounds that the town could not e held justly responsible for damage osulting in a storm of such propor Wendt then appealed his ase to the District Bis to nearly The case went to the jury last hursday afternoon and a decision ras not rendered until Friday after It is said the jurys first ballot tood eight to four in favor of the There were about thirtyfive witnes es called aiid a number of depositions aken It is estimated the costs u the case will total nearly for irhich the towu of Akrou ia liable by 10 jurys The council is not atisiled to settle according to the ndiug of the Unless satisfac ory adjustment is otherwise t is likely a motion will be Uled for a ew trial or appeal taken to the tu reme Bad Blaze Narrowly Fire entirely destroyed the small barn in toe rear of Miss Jfilla aruhams residence just after uuou It is said the lire originated ram live coals iu ashes dumped iu le Before the tire department ould arrive and get into action the avu was a mass of flames and the shingles on Miss Farnhams residence was blazing in a couple of while the paint on the roar of Kerrs residence and on Cobbs barn was badly A stream of city water was brought into play juut in time to prevent a serious spread of the as there was quite a brisk wind from the There was no live stock in the but Miss Farn ham had goods stored therein that will bring the tital loss to about which is covered 8150 The length ofj time required for the fireflghting apparatus to rsaoh tbe scene upon thisVoceasion suggests the idea of having oue of the hosecarts located at some point near the center of in order that water can be se cured quicker and better protection given the outlying residence FAKMEKS TO SELL LUMBEK Preliminary Organization of a CoOperative Company Made at Meeting Here There was a fairly good attendance of representative farmers of this vi cinity at the meeting culled for last Saturday in hall to consider the organization of a Farmers Co operative Lumber company John Huyt wus chosen chairman and Smith secretary of the meet On a vote was taken to oertaiu the seutiment of those present regarding the organization of a farm ers cooperative lumber and the result was found to be unani mously iu iuvor of such There upon the following tem porary officers were elected Presi Hoyt vice Schlouter Smith Bariuskv Hans Heury An ust Au northwest of Pol lock and The cbairmuu appointed Mel Stouteuburg aud Pol lock a committee to draft u constitu tion aud The members of the board were also named us H com mittee to solicit the sale of stock The capital of the compauy will be of which is to be paid iu before business is The shares of stock will be iu denomi nations of A motion pre vailed at the meatigg that no person shall be allowed to hold more than twenty shares of stock and that each stockholder shall be entitled to only one vote in the affairs of the Of the twentyfour persons partici pating in the twenty of them subscribed for fifty shares of Henry Agnes and Anderson wore named as a committee to look up and secure a suitable loca tion for the companys A committee consisting of Frank and Koss was appointed to confer with the Chatsworth Farmers Cooperative regarding the date of a farmers picnic to be held tbe coming The meeting then adjourned until Saturday May when the organization will be An in our Want Column is a profitable Try GOCARTS The besfc you can durable Had al ways ready for The prices range from and Up Let us show them to you KLAUERSWANSON HARDWARE FURNITURE
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