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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - May 27, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                MAY NUMBER 41 Local News doing Comlngi Doing Keep your eye on The New Meat The Buiok twocylinder oar is the BEST bill Baled hay for Bar Keep your eye on The New Meat Bee Supplies of all at Klauer Swanson Knudson was a business caller at Hudson John Martin will call for or deliver your Phone March left Tuesday on a busi ness visit to Has helped a want in the Everybody John east of left here Saturday for a visit with his eon near Kerr left Monday for a few days visit with friends at her for mer Regular 15c and 20c Wallpaper values reduced to Go and at The bargains are yours for the Antoine Smythe and sou went to Elk Point Saturday and Smythe joined them Sunday in a visit with relatives The KlauerSwanson has a dandy line of also Axminister and all handsome Eay Smith and son departed Monday for a visit of several weeks with her parents and other relatives at Fort Martin opened The New Mar east of the Kendall as It is equipped in a very neat and inviting Warren came up from Sioux City yesterday and performed a slight operation upon Eollo northwest of for The patient is doing Fred of the German xtutherau is considering a call from the church at It is not at all likely that the local parishioners will allow their popular pastor to accept the oalL 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 Fred jeweler and op tician at Winters Attended the State convention in Des Moines last His wife ac companied him and they also visited relatives and friends in Meulo and Des They report a most pleasant Secretary in a letter requesting this paper to make men tion of the meeting Plymouth county old settlers in LeMars on Sat May at also re quests that at least a few representa tives be present from to assist in arranging for annual Martin Heudrix and of this who formerly lived north of here on the Dakota are visiting the family of Henry northwest of and re newing other acquaintances in this vi Manning and Hendrix went to Monday on laud Efcje the infant daughter of and Gerhard died May aged six at their homo eleven miles northeast of in Preston Funeral services were conducted at the home yesterday by Fred of this and interment made in the cem etery at the Preston township Ger maulJuthetun There has been quite a stir in Akron real estate in which the fol lowing residence properties have changed hands Arthur Bell wood to lots 8 and block lot block to Ham lots 5 and block to March lots 7 and block to Frank Burke also recently bought Carl Manns resi dence The lyearold son of and Jamas east of suffered a broken leg last Thursday The family had been spending the day here at the home of her and they were just preparing to when he started to climb into the The team started suddenly nnd the little boys in the wheel such manner us above the He is being oared for at bia grandmothers pf Were equipped to all kinds of Plumbing Big out in Wallpaper on everything under regular 20c at John northwest of visited at Dell several days the past and George of Sioux visited relatives in this vicinity over You cannot afford to overlook Marchs fine line when in need of Wallpaper and Miss Tillie Wiemer arrived Satur day from for a visit at the home of her LeRoy Green Egg and Golden Drop in heavy also two cans for 25o while they at The Eacket If you need see our large You dont have to await orders from samples as we sell from the Hyink and daughter came down week for a few days visit with her and other relatives and friends The Methodist Ladies Aid will serve a Decoration Day dinner and conduct an apron sale in the building south of Wendts to which the public is cordially Anderson has traded his resi dence occupied by at Sixth and Main to Henry Wilier for farm land near Ab It is understood Wilier will move to town later who had been visiting the families of her Mes dames Nelson and left Tuesday for her home at Suther Her Ealph Nel accompanied her to Henry of near died last week at his farm in where be had gone for bis He had suffered for a long time from heart His remains were brought to Crathorne for the funeral being held in the church there The Akron ball team has two good games scheduled for the local grounds Saturday this with the fast Hawarden high school and on Monday after May with theElk Point high Both which prom ise to be very will begin at A special of the re Keep your eye on The New Meat Jewel Gasoline at Klauer Swanson on garding sewer was held Mon day Final settlement will hot be made with the Lytle Construc tion of Sioux the contrac until that firm places the system in the condition called for by the con Some of the manholes are said to be incomplete and the trenches are in bad shape in Preliminary organization of the Farmers CoOperative Lumber com which was launched on the 8th will be perfected at a meeting to be held Saturday this at 3 in in the First National bank Inter est in the project has beau growing and a strong company will be which will prove au important ad dition to Akrons of near formerly a resident in a business letter to writes that though the spring has been very back ward they have the farm work well in The severe weather of the past winter killed out most of the winter he Water bury also mentioned the fact that au member was recently killed by lightning dur ing a thunder He left a wife aud four but had them pro vided for with a life insurance Murphey returned Tuesday from a visit with his near where be bought a half sectionof laud aud will move there next On his way there on Wed nesday of last week ho was in a rail road near Five passenger coaches were overturned and he sustained iv slight rupture in his aide from being thrown across the arm of a He Is still quite lame from the effects oC the The only other man injured in the wreck received a broken Murphey considers the escape of himself and other passengers from much more serious injury or death as little short Martin was in Sioux City business Yeaton was a business visitor in Sioux City of made a brief business call here yes Arden Ross came over from tbe university at Vermillion last Friday for a few days Lace full three yards 65c per pair and assortment Klauer Swanson of Sioux was a guest last week at the home of her Sarah The Akron creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest James of was a guest the latter of last week at the home of her Earl who has been work ing for southeast of left Tuesday for bis home at Cheap Wallpaper so cheap you cant afford to look at soiled paper ou the walls in tbe bottom has fallen out of prices at Roberts and baby returned yesterday to the home of her after an extended visit with relatives at Ne Bain and baby joined her the new Methodist here She had been visiting relatives at for some being also detained by Putnam returned yesterday from a visit with his family near east of the Black His folks are holding down tbe claim out and George will resume bis position as clerk Clarence Jones was in Sioux City the latter part of last week to see his whowas operated upon there at Vincents He went there again yesterday to accompany her part way to her home at Fair If you need a I will guar antee the New Century to be the best on the Take one try and if you are not fully satisfied bring it A small boy can handle tbis cultivator as wellas a It pulls handles easiest and its work cant be Sold by The soaking rains of Sunday eve ning and Tuesday and Wed nesday were great stuff for all grow ing things including weeds and dan Allan Smith was in Sioux Cit Perfection Kerosene a KlauerSwanson The supply of moisture may have been slightly overabundant in certain but it was badly needed ia especially south east of Johnnie Johnsons team of youthful bail tossers went to Ha war do u Satur day and fairly wiped up the diamond with the boys nine the score being 10 to Johnnie did a swell line of the Hawarden lads being unable to bit the ball outside the Ralph Ayrault caught a Sne Three cars stock were shipped from here Saturday to the Chicago as follows Haras one car of cattle and one car of cattle aud hogs mixdd Hopkins one car of Wilier accompanied his shipment and Eoyal Hays went to the windy city to take a course in an au tomobile Adam a former wellknown farmer northwest of now near in a recent letter to this office says they have been having fine weather up a few showers having made the grain come in fine wbile com planting is about all done aud growing in great He has in ninety acres of corn and 223 acres of small with every pros pect of an excellent He is on Bunills The case of Perry Lattiu and charged with the larceny of some corn in the lield iu Sioux town was heard here last Fridajbe fore Justice a change of venue having been taken from Justice Roy Roots The corn bad been left on the farm now occupied by Hummel by its former Ed Tay The defendants proved that Mr Hummel had given them permission to remove the small quantity of corn left iu order to clear the The court tbeu dismissed the case for lack of cause for County Attorney of appeared for State and Agues was counsel for the Nearly everybody has a Tr the want column in this paper fo quick Paints and Painten the right kind at the rigb Fred south of left las Friday on a business trip to Avon an Lake Eyland went to Sioux Clt today to attend a meeting of the cash iers of the Toy Frank Wakeman and Elmer Sewari went to Elk Point Tuesday for a brie transaction of Have Martin Smythe do you painting aud and ge firstclass Phone The Baptist Ladies Aid desires t announce that it will serve a fine din ner on Decoration May Attend the Ladies Aid din ner and apron sale in the building south of Wendts store on Decoration May Patterson went to Sioux City from wbicli place be left for Hot Springs to take treatment fo stomach Williams departed today foi as a delegate from thi local Masonic lodge to Ibe state grant lodge He will also visi at bis old home Illinois before Boyson Ross and were in LeMars when arguments were heard by Judge Gaynor in dis trict court in a case in which Ross is defendant and his Walter is The which involves title to the old Walmsley north of was taken under advisement by the who returaed to bis home in LeMars last week from an ex tended visit in Australia and islands in that part of the south came to Akron yesterday to his brother and family and to look after busi ness He reports a most in teresting His wife and two daughters remained in Honolulu for a few Goodwin received yesterday the following telegram from the Northwall of western agents for the Brush auto Brush ouly oar out of fifty entries to finish 370 mile endurance run with Goodwin is agent for the Brush car and will be pleased to dem onstrate its excellent qualities any body Very favorable comment has from the suggestion made by Pollock in last weeks paper for the erection of a more sightly and appro priate monument to The Unknown in Riverside It is now pro posed to start a fund for this purpose and subscription papers will be open at both banks aud at the Register Tribune Pollock started the list with SI aud an effort will be made to secure a goodsized contribu tion on Decoration It is a worthy project and should find generous sup and Montague aud two little sons departed and were joined at Jefferson by one of his to visit bis Nels at What was their great shock and upon reach ing Sioux to bear from Belmoud that the brother they expected to visit bad met death by drowning on Friday They continued the journey thus saddened and accompanied the remains back to tbe former home of tbe where the funeral was held It was was only last October that another under sad con ditions at Nels weut there soon afterward to look after tbis brotuers business Last Fri day evening be went to a lake near Belmoud with a friend on a fishing They remained out on the lake uutit after dark aud at about 11 oclock they were heard by their teamster on shore to pull up their anchor intending to pull About a minute later they called for but before a boat some distance away could ar rive both men bad Noth ing could be done in tbe darkness aud the bodies were not recovered until the next Deceased leaves three from twelve to nine teen years of his wife having died only a few years Friends iu this munity extend sincerest sympathy to tbe Montague re turned Tuesday to Belmoud to look after QUEEN of WHITE GOODS I Dainty as fine Handkerchief I Durable as HighestPriced I Less expensive than Ideal for Light Corset Covers and all sorts of Lin Dont fail to see this fine new Prices 15c a and up CSL CORSETS in all the new models and full line of These Corsets aie the popular ones with WeilDressed sales in this department are constantly which proves its and UNDERWEAR SANITAS Underwear means every garment per seconds in the entire Our stock is complete in regular and ex tra sizes for Women and Ladies fine taped neck and sleeves our only lOc Dresses All ready to at prices that scarcely pay for the material in the The Childrens Dresses are from ages 1 to and prices range from 25c Ladies Waists In Silks and Wash and colored Many are made of the new popular white Our prices start as low as 65c Wash Goods This line includes all the new weaves and colors and at prices to suit all to 50c per Dont fail to see our line of snappy Oxfords in Patent and Dull leather Lace Curtains Prices are 50c a pair and All our and Curtains marked down to per Another lot of New Door Panels are We have both the White and Arabian colors in the above Gloves A new lot of Gloves in liberal sizes we can fit all Black and Grocery Specials Fancy Evaporated per Force per Fancy 4Crown Toasto Oat per Rumford Baking Celluloid per Canned Corn or 3 FARMER BURNS COMING Wrestles of Des in Akron Opera XHouse Saturday Practically every woman and hild in tbe country has heard of Farmer the worlds greatest Tbe fact that be will ap etir in the Akron opera house on Sat May is bailed with enuine pleasure and interest and is ure to Attract a crowd that will fill He will meet f Des in a catcbuscatchcan best two falls in Far mer Burns will also lecture on Pbys cal Culture and illustrate the various olds in including tbe fa mous Gotch Although fortyeight years of Farmer Burns is conceded to be the most perfect specimen of physical anhood in the world Hti6 lainly to bis temperate He oes not use tobacco or intoxicating quor iu any nor does be iu ulge in He has wrestled rom childhood and during his long rofessional career has been so re markably successful that it does not equire the fingers of both hands to umber the men who have been able o defeat He has developed a umber of clever the most of being Frank tbe present worlds Roouey is instructor of the es Moines Athletic He also assesses a splendid physical develop weighing about ten pounds than and is uo novice at le wrestling having had about gut years experience ou tbe Vhile it is not expected be will defeat be has the ability to make the match worth couiiug many iles to Roouey was ere yesterday making arrangements or tbe aud be explained that it unusual for Farmer Burns to give u exhibition in a town of tbis size ut Burns and Gotch wrestle at Sioux alls tomorrow Friday blob leaves au open date that can e tilled Burns lecture ou Physical Culture lid bis illustration of scientific holds iu be worth tbe admission The promoters esteud u special invltutiou to as ia the custom iu highclass exhibitions Scientific wrestling is tbe cleanest of in which there are no objec tionable features that can affect the most GRADUATING EXERCISES Akron High School Graduates to Receive Diplomas Next Thursday The sixteenth annual Commence ment exercises of tbe Akron high school will be held in the opera house next Thursday June Tbe Class of 09 will be tbe smallest in number since there being but two Misses Jessie Mere dith aud Blanche Fol lowing is the Commencement pro gram Invocation Poison Quartette Kerr Paul Williams Williams Leo Douglass from the Jessie Meredith Piano of tbe Wiuls Hall Grace Wade Blancfra Johnson Piano Ouverture 73 Nettie and Emily Way Herbert Campbell Presentation of Kerr Williams Paul Williams Leo Douglass The class colors are piuk Tbe baccalaureate address to the Class of 09 will be delivered by Ayrault in the Sun day May The ttimuul banquet of the Akron High School Alumni association will be held Friday June at tbe Jenkins MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM Occasion to Be Appropriately Observed Here May Sun day Memorial on Sunday this the day will be on the There will be the usual assemblage of and members and others at Ma sonic hall at 10 oclock in the fore from which place the march to tlie cemetery The usual cere mony of decoration will be carried out at the cemetery and the will conduct a special ritual A patriotic program will be pre sented in the opera bouse in tbe after beginning at as follows Chorus Scripture Lesson and Poison Quartet Hays Hurley Ayrault Reading of General Quartet Audience Bain Tbe Akron band will play during the forenoon and The R and members are requested to meet ac Masonic hall at Sunday morning and attend iu a body tbe Memorial services to be heW in the Christian Beautify Your Cemetery You oau do this by buying one or more of those beautiful wbite ilower iug Spirae Van They are handsome at any but when iu bloom are a complete fountain of wbite scarcely any of Ibe foli age A twoyear per fectly hardy and an early Leave orders for same at once with of this Notice to AU parties knowing themselves in debted to uio will please call and make settlement at once by cash or bankable An in our Want Column is a profitable Try NOTICE OF MEETING Au adjourned meeting to perfect the organization of the Farmers CoOperative Lumber company will be held Saturday May ut 3 in Iu First National bank Ail interested are urged to be   

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