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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME MAY 1909 NUMBER 40 Local News doing Comlngi Doing Baled hay for Bee Supplies of all at Klauer S waft son LeRoy Anderson was a Sioux risitor John Martin will call for or deliver your Phone The Ladies Mission Circle will meet with Searls next Monday May Has helped help a want in the Everybody reads Regular 15o and 20c Wallpaper values reduced to Go and at The bargains are yours for the The KlauerSwanson has a dandy line of also Axminister and all handsome Searls went to where she visited at the home of her until Martin visited Hawarden friends Monday and Her Miss was visit ing accompanied her there on her return to Cedar Frank southwest of went to Sioux City to witness the track meet between Vermlllion uni versity and Morningside college teams but the contest was called and Arthur DArville and Miss Josie Agnes went to Sioux City yesterday in the formers auto to hear the grand concert by the Minneapolis Symphony orchestra of fifty of has been as isting the past week in the care of her John who has been very ill of The latters Myrtle was also over from LeMars for a few The Buiok twocylinder oar is the BEST hill Clarence Jones was a Sioux City visitor Were equipped to do all kinds of Plumbing Fred assistant at the was joined here by his wife and little from Sioux City last They are making a home over the old Palmers Miss Marie visited here a few days this Martin and VerneSwift took the examination for rural mail carriers in LeMars Satur There is one vacancy here caused by the recent resignation of Carrier Curl Swift has acted as substitute carrier for some Mesdames Carpenter and of Ida arrived Tuesday for a few days visit ttt the home of their who has been ill for more than a Webster has also been ill the past week with a threatened attack of but is now Hanson one Akrons pio neor is now being oared for in the state Soldiers home at Mar arrived here Tuesday for a brief visit at the home of his daugh and with other relatives and He has never been able to walk since afflicted with paralysis several years ago and is con fined to a wheeled REGISTERTRIBUNE is this week installing a Mergenthaler Junior Lino type of the latest a marvelous machine which oasts in solid lines the small reading matter for the It is expected to have the machine in operation for the composition of next weeks With the addition of this important the REGIS TERTRIBUNE will have printiugjaoill ties second to no office in a town of this nize in the middle An illus tration and description of the Lino type will be published next A very severe rain terrifying elootrio storm visited this locality last Thursday The rivers of water that ran down the streets undermined the sewer trenches in mauy making a great deal of extra work in refilling and placing the streets in safe condition for The trenches were not properly filled in the first as the dirt should have been slushee in to avoid There wasa prolonged and nerveracking electrical demonstration daring the and it suemed for quite a while that the heavy cannonading must be striking close at The upper portion of the chimney on Spears residence was demolished by a Luckily it did not enter the but the rooms were badly mussed up with A large tree near the bridge was also badly splintered by the The storm extended only a few miles north and Miss Lula Johnson visited relatives at South Sioux last Big cut in Wallpaper on everything under regular 20o at You cannot afford to overlook Marchs fine line when in need of Wallpaper and and Franklin Bust left to day for a visit with their daughters in and Sioux Mjss Maggie of Sergeant visited Mias at the Smith over Green Egg and Golden Drop in heavy also two cans for 25c while they at The Backet If you need see our large You dont have to await orders from as we sell from the Frank after a brief visit at returned Monday to Sioux where he is employed by the Lytle Construction on a sewer Misses Blanche Ferguson and Hazel of visited here at the homes of the formers Allen and Sat urday and The will give a tencent social at the home of George south of on Friday after May The ladies extend a cordial invitation to of visited relatives and friends here the latter part of last He and his mother have disposed of their hotel interests there and he is seeking a location in this Wooton went to Sioux City yesterday for a jyief call on his Jewel Gasoline at Klauer Swanson and Agnes are visit ing in LeMars Rex Smith came home Saturday from Morningside Sioux con ductor oh this division of the Milwau who has been very ill at his home He is suffering from Ladies who promised to make aprons for the sale to be held in connection with Decoration day dinner to be served by the Methodist Ladies Aid are requested to leave the same with Mohr or at Douglass Sons Mesdames Nelson and Thompson and families have enjoyed a visit this week from the ladies of and their of Husted was re turning from an extended visit near Patterson returned Tuesday to his home southeast of town from Sioux where he had been taking treatment for ulcerated stomach for about ten in the Somaritan hos His condition was very serious for a time and he underwent a slight but he is now much im He will return there for fur ther A license to wed wasissuedin Sioux City Tuesday to David of and Mary of that where they are said to have been mar The bride was formerly em ployed here and was known by her maiden Mary Guiliaume has conducted a saloon here for several They will re side A motion for a new trial has been filed in the water damage suit of Paul Wendt Town of wherein the jury rendered a verdict of and costs in favor of Wendt two weeks ago in district Attorney of was here Sat urday taking depositions of witnesses for presentation to Judge Gayuor in the rehearing of the As grounds tor a new the allegation of the Town of Akron is that undue influence was used with the jury during the progress of the Ernest Gaastnan and to attend the Sunday School oonveu tion of district held in the church there Saturday and The sessions were very interesting and there was an excellent while the fine new church proved a very pleasant place for convention The church there is one of the most thriving county organiza tions in this part of the The Sunday school is stud to have uu av erage attendance of over one hun and to who hns been its superintendent for a number of is due much of the credit for its continued growth and Kuborn and John Gale went to today on land busi Miss of is visiting her Frank Mo Lace full three yards 65o per pair assortment Klauer Swanson The Akron creartfery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest Robert Basmussen went to Mara today to assist in his brothers his being quite Ayrault went to Hawar den last evening and preached in the Baptist The pastorate there is and Kelly and child ren visited relatives in Elk Point over His was up from there Cheap Wallpaper cheap you cant afford to look at soiled paper on the walls in the bottom has fallen out of prices at Pearl who has been visiting here for some went to Sioux City last Friday for brief stay before returning to her claim near Button was in Elk Point Satur looking after interests in his branch music Leonard who is employed in the store there came up for a Sunday Three young men arrived here Mon day from One of John is a nephew of Han west of His sister also came here from Sweden about two years Swift has bought the former Brady residence property at First and Sargent streets and moved his family therein the first of this They have been living in Wootons residence in the southeast part of the 19yearold son of northwest of suffered a broken arm Sunday while riding a fractious Several compan ions dared him to do the cowboy act and he accepted the the acci dent happening after he had ridden out of their Curtis who went to Chicago last accompanied by his Beese to consult a medical returned to his home north of town Curtis will not go to Colorado at present to try a change of climate for his as he was advised to undergo a course of treat ment at The two forenoon passenger trains on this division of the Milwaukee changed time as follows formerly going south at now departs at formerly going north at now departs at These changes are made to conform with a new schedule on the Chicago also with a new train service between Sioux City Stock shipments were made from here to Chicago last Saturday as fol lows Frank two cars of cat and two of hogs two cars of cattle one oar of cattle Hopkins one car of Kiewel and Davis accompanied their stock and Louis Sohaefer went inwith a part of Thomas This in mentioning the burn ing of Miss Farnbams barn last omitted to state that the buggy and auto shed of on I Knudsous was also totally destroyed in the at a loss of about The shed closely adjoined the barn and when the re porter arrived on the scene they were so enwrapped in fiames that there ap peared to be but one Kidd went to Adaville Sunday fAt a recent meeting of the board of directors it was upon the recommendation of Principal LeRoy to introduce a course of manual training in Akrons schools next To begin ten benches will be provided for as many groups of along with sufficient quantity of working An derson is nu earnest advocate of man ual training in schools and this new branch promises to become one of much practical value In ourcourse Miss Edith Anderson visited in El Point Perfection Kerosene i KlauerSwanson Barrett left Tuesday for visit with relatives at Siou Nearly everybody has a Tr the want column in this paper fo quick The Ladies Aid expect to serv Decoration Day dinner in room south of Wendts Paints arid Painters the right kind at the righ Have Martin Sinythe do you painting and and ge firstclass Phone he Baptist Ladies Aid desires tc announce that it will serve a fine din ner on Decoration May Woodsjde came from Sioux City Saturday to visit at the home of her and Mrs north Of Miss of Nebras arrived Tuesday evening for a brie visit at the home of lier uncle and and Bliner Schooler and James and arrived Monday from De to visit the family o her George north west of Miss Theckia Hanson returned last Friday to her position in ttie store after a pleasant months vacation in She visited friends at Cortland and that The team of a farmer named Behuke of ran east from the Big Sioux bridge on Beed street yesterday The horses were stopped by Clair Biddlecome in front of Aaron Johnsons Carrier Ernest of rural route is taking the two weeks annual vacation allowed the carriers and is putting in the time making im provements about his residence Kenaston is acting as his substitute The fruit trees are magnificently garbed in sweetsmelling giving promise of a most abundant yield unless a late frost or severe hail storm should come The plum and apple blossoms have developed rapidly and in great profusion since the warm weather set in a couple of weeks Smaller fruit is also look ing A subscription which was liberally was circulated here this week by Misses Avis Williams and Josie Agnes to raise funds for the purchase of an invalids wheeling which will be used by Web wbo has been confined to bis bed for over a The opportunity it will afford him to get into the open air will be much and he may also derive benefit AVaterbury Wade are doing a big Une of business with the Eeo autoSj Last week they sold eight four in this vicinity and four near Alcester and So far this week they have sold five with several more in They have also sold a large number of these cars in and near so far this These splendid sales leave no room for argument as to the increasing pop ularity of the Reo which are more than holding their own in these times of fierce Thecouucil met in regular session Monday A number of im portant matters were up for discus including final details in regard to the recentlycompleted sanitary sewer action upon which was deferred to a special meeting to be held next Monday May The purchase of a road grader was re ferred to the Street with power to Bills were allowed follows Akron Lumber publishing sewer and water notices and Louise Sioux stenographic The New Market will be opened next Monday by Martin in iiis building east of the New Kendall ho which has been especially fitted for that purpose with a cement city water and sower Only packing house govern ment will be which will insure the best possible Martin has employed of an experienced meat cut and the most careful catering will be made for public The Ladies SKoes Not a Seam At last we have found in the In It celebrated GREENWHEELER SEAMLESS a really suitable shoe for Tender It has a turn sole of very but flexible The upper is of the finest and most pliant firstquality and there is NOT A SEAM from the quarter to the sole If you have been pinching your feet into socalled easy you will find in this line something that will give you more actual relief and comfort than you have ever We have all sizes and it will be our pleasure to see you comfortably Elderly ladies and people who stand at their work will welcome this shoe with open We recommend them in particular to Green Wheeler Shoes are made in a factory producing nothing but feminine footwear they are a special production for a special White Ribbon This week we are show Pumps a beautiful line of White Ribbon Pumps in Tan and Patent They are the swellest things we have shown this Ladies We have several broken lines of Oxfords Ladies Oxfords in Patent and dull Some of the sizes are miss but if we have your size you can get a big as the values are up to and we have arranged them hi two lots MENS CANVAS SHOES worth our selling per HOSIERY Best Hose Values weve ever Had describes the in voice we received this weeK Lisle Full Ribbed and Plain White Ox Tans and Our AutoKnit Hose for Children is the best 15c article on the market many 25c items are no SUMMER UNDERWEAR We have a new idea in this Ladies Union closefitting with Muslin Drawers attached wide knee and embroidery any the best value to be had at the per It without We sell GLOVERS SHIRTS AND They do not they give more more more ma terial than any other Have just received a new lot of these also all kinds of Gents Furnishings that are strictly uptotheminute We are local agents for the Celebrated STANDARDt PATTERNS If you are looking for best values and a square youll find it here every day in the week except We are not open CAUGHT BY CAVEIN Miller Hansen Nearly Buried by Dirt and Suustains a Broken of the contracting rm of Hansen had a nar ow escape death Monday after while connecting sewer pipe in deep trench in front of the imeon The main sewer onnection had been missed by a few eet and it was necessary to drift to side to reach the which eft an overhanging mass of Jnder this cliff Hansen crouched o make the pipe connection without the ton or more of arth caved and almost entirely bur ed Nearly four feet of dirt cov red bis head and body except or quick work with shovels by Perry iutton and other ave quickly In addition to numerous Hansen suffered a serious frac ure of the right just below the He was at once conveyed to is home in the part of here Cilley and Kerr gave at ention to his Coming in his busiest the coident is a serious misfortune to as it will lay him up for number of weeks but he is to be ongratulated that the result was not tuoh more He is now get ng along proprietor feels that there is a gen of While its iutroduo ernl demuud hero for the best grades tion will be made on it rather modest I of meat which ho is deter its efficiency can be increased mined to uud Ue invites the Helen Esther accord Ing to the I people to give The New Market a Pearl Edith Ida A Pleasing The piano pupils of Miss Helen Rob nsou gave a very pleasing recital last riday evening at Buttons music in the presence of quite number of their relatives and a preliminary announcement of work of her Miss Robinson xplaiued that an important feature as the giving of the pupil a correct nderstauding of the meaning of each in addition to the xpression and other details of reu There were twentyone num ers on the program by her one of which were creditably Those who participated ere Misses Josie Made leine Lucile Lillian Gladys Helen Carolyn Wilma and Agnes Pearl Ruth Hayes and Maverette Special num bers on the program were vocal solos by Burnight and cornet solos by Arthur which were very pleasingly rendered and vigor ously The closing number of the program was a piano Raffs by Misses Gard ner and which also proved very Miss Robinson left her home in Sioux City this week for a sixweeks vacation and visit in Se attle and oilier points in the She will resume instructions here up on her A Plea for The May EDITOR REGISTERTRIBUNE I vis ited the cemetery a few days ago for the purpose of setting out some shrub and while passing through it I could not help but notice the differ ence in the looks of it now and a few years What a grand work the gentleman now in charge is doing How beautiful everything looks in passing by the I noticed in that beautiful spot a wooden monu with tbe paint blistered and dropping marked to The Un I stopped and pondered for a few moments and wondered to what then my memory called me back lo my boyhood when the young men and boys were marching away to offer themselves as a sacrifice that you and I and all the younger generation might have a country oue and a country which Old Glory waves over from sea to sea and from the gulf to the great lakes on the yet that wooden marker represents t hose un known boys whose bodies have de cayed in the Southland or are decay ing as a patriotic would it not be fitting and proper that by a small contribu tion from each aud every erect a monument that will be a credit to Riverside cemetery and the contrib utors and an honor to those unknown heroes who have answered the last rollcall and are sleeping the sleep that knows uu Akron Cubs Beat A warmly contested ball game was pulled off on the Akron grounds last Friday in which the Akron Cubs got the better of the Outlaws from Up to the eighth in ning honors were about but the Cubs then engaged in a batting rally and drove three runs across the cinching the Sllaa Moore pitched the first part of the game for the locals and held the visitors in good He was later succeeded by Rollo who also proved ef with Louis Koch Townsend and Weidenfeller was the battery for Goodwin Notice to All parties knowing themselves in debted to me will please call and make settlement at once by cash or bankable GOCARTS The best you can durable and al ways ready for The prices range from and Up Let us show them to you KUUERSWANSON HARDWARE FURNITURE   

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