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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - June 10, 1909, Akron, Iowa VOLUME JUNE NUMBER 43 Local News Coming Keep your eye on the New Mea Gasoline at Klauer Swanson John of Bile visite friends hero John Martin will call for or de liver your Phono J visited relative and friends at Rock las Friday and Green Egg and Golden Drop Plums in heavy syrup also Apricots The Racket Luce full three yards in Guc per pair and as The Akron Creamery wants your and Highest prices and honest Jerry Ryan and of Elk visited at the home of his Antoine Sun Miss Lyde Lenderink came down from Beresford the first of the week for a brief visit at the home of her and Brvin and Clif ford their went to Tuesday for a few days visit with his parents and other Treeby here Tuesday from his daughters home near Ada ville for a few days visit with friends before going to Clay to visit Mary Marcue came over from LeMars yesterday to look after some improvements on her farm southeast in Westfield Her tenant is and Anderson and her visited at the home of the formers near the latter part of last Wilier Hays shipped two cars of hogs to the Chicago market Satur Hilliker went in with It is said nearly twenty cars of stock will be shippeiKfrom here this and Elmer Seward left yesterday for for a visit with their oldtime and formerly of Miss Lucile who has been staying with her uncle and and and attending school accompanied going to the home of her pa near that Paul Wendt received Tuesday from his brother in Germany a letter con tainlng the sad news of the death of their August in Koel on May aged 69 years and 5 He had always enjoyed the best of health up to last when he contracted a severe from the effects of which he never Paul had not seen his father since he came here from the old country in He had figured on going back to the old home next year to visit with his pa rents and other His fa thers taking away before the privi lege to see him once more was ac corded is the cause of much sorrow to in which his many friends ex tend their x Akrons youthful baseball nines had all kinds of luck last even if that is considered an unlucky On the local John Johnsons band of down upon a bunch of braves from Chatsworth and almost annihilated the final score standing 17 to in favor of John Johnson started to do the twirling for the but was a trifle and was soon relieved by Cole with whose delivery they could do very Chatsworth had Ross and Gehan brothers as its Akrons lineup was as follows c 1b and p 2b Simeon 3b rf cf In the afternoon a team of boys from the grammar room and high school went to Westfleld for a in a fiveinning home with the nig end o to Zane Jenk ins and Gene Lias divided honors for Akron in the pitching line and held Westfield sluggers to a very few Jenkins cinched the game Akron in the last inning with a fine threebase About a half hun dred young people went down from here on the train to help root the local team to and they had a Jolly time of Keep your eye on the New Moa and Kuborn wer visitors in Sioux City Were equipped to do all kinds o Plumbing Cc Swanson has been in Water on business the pas Miss Johanna west o left last Friday for Wakonda South Wall Paints and Painters the right kind at the righ Martin Smythe do you Painting and and ge firstclass Phone Regular 45c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and a The bargains are yours fo the Cheap Wall cheap yo cant afford to look at soiled pape on the walls in the bottom hai fallen out of prices at If you need see our fim arge You dont have to awai orders from as we sell from the Miss Madeleine Eyland went to Saturday for a visit a the home of and C formerly of this Brady and family enjoyed a visit the past week from his sister Alfred of Sioux and its Miss Mae of Platte 3outh Quite a large crowd listened to he band concert Saturday evening Some of the country people lingeret a little too long and were caught in he storm on the way and Glair Biddlccome and laughter went to Hawarden and at ended the high school graduating ex ercises last Friday Her sis Miss Muriel was one of he twentynine Roy and Lew Neal arrived Saturday from for a risit with their and Mrs and other relatives and The boys are doing well at arming up Roy was called to his home by a telegraph message on presumably by illness in his northwest of eft Saturday to join his family in a islt with relatives at He stopped at where he had left his auto the previous wee n account of a rain storm while on heir way to His family at hat time completed the trip by hey returned home in their Miss Cora who has made n extended visit here at the home of and departed yesterday for Spo o resume her vocation as a trained She has entirely recovered rom the effects of an operation for which she submitted efore coming here from the A ew of her girl friends accompanied er as far as Elk Point yesterday Last Thursday was the last day of fork in Akrons public schools be ore the summer intermission a majority of the teachers departed for heir homes Friday for their summer Misses Kundert and Larn erty went to Miss Bird to Missouri Miss Bernard x and Miss Eberly to and LeRoy Anderson de arted Saturday for Radcliffei Is former home and where her pa ents reside which place he will ngage in carpenter work during va Laughlin went to is home at a few miles om Miss Kundert will ake special work at the State Teach rs Cedar and aughlin at Iowa City during the sum Another heavy electrical storm vis ed this locality at about accompanied by quite Lightning struck the sta le of Christensen in the north ast part of and a cow stand ig near the door in an adjoining shec as instantly killed by the It ppeared as if the lightning divided ter striking the gable and went in pposite No further dam o was done than splintering the rat MS in the There seems to be ome sort of attraction for lightning oiig the ridge in that part of s the residence of Spears was ruck only a short time and year the lightning rod on the iimuel Vlsnow home was The pinion has been advanced that a ineral deposit may underlie that dge and servo to draw the elec ical The RegisterTribunes New Linotype The Register Tribune takes no mall amount of pride la presenting o its readers the above excellent il ustration of the new Mergenthaler funlor Linotype machine recently in italled and now in operation in this The Mergenthaler which has been in use in the daily newspaper offices for a number of is admitted to be one of the most wonderful and perfect mechani al devices of the It is only vithiu a comparatively short time that he Linotype has come within the each of those of moderate nd that only by the manufacture by lie Mergenthaler company of the a younger brother of the tandard especially to meet lie requirements of smaller daily and ountry The Junior embodies radically all the famous Linotype and is backed by the Lino ype patents and The Linotype is not in reality type setting but more ex ctly a type casting By he operation of a keyboard similar o that on a a line of matrices is while the turn f a lever carries the matrices to a ot of molten where a solid lug or bar is cast in a mold from he line this slug is trimmed and delivered ready for and the matrices are returned to their places ready for continuous After the type slug is printed from it is dumped into the metal pot for The machine produces both a light face and dark face the latter for headings and other and can be changed One line is cast and delivered while the oper ator is manipulating keys to com pose The speed is only lim ited by the operators and such expertness is acquired by some as to equal the work of six or seven ordinary hand The Lino type is power The RegisterTribune is the first country newspaper in this section to install a Junior others are sure to follow within a short the publisher feels certain that the though costing as much as a firstclass pay its own way ind at the same time give relief from considerable of the printshop grind of hand com Along with the other new machinery and equipment added dur ing the past this gives the Reg isterTribune very complete facilities for handling anything in the print ing Keep your eye on the New Meat Perfection Kerosene at Clauer Swauson Miss Josephine of Sioux ity visited friends here Big cut in Wall Paper on verythiug under regular 20c t of was a visitor last week at the ome of her Muhs visited in Harris at tho home of her daugh George the first of he Montaguereturned lust Friday where he had een for about a straightening p the affairs of his reuent f Bradley and went to Lake on aturday for fin extended visit with 10 families of her and Her little who has been uttond g school returned to her home Miss Kthol of Kan who has been visiting the fiim y of her wont to Tuesday to visit her Arthur She ent a little sooner than she had in jnded on account of her sister hav ng badly cut her BURNED TO DEATH IN JAIL Westfield the Scene of Another Trag of Sioux the Unfortunate Westfleld was the scene of another harrowing tragedy Sunday when Tom a Sioux City va was burned to death in that burgs stuffy little who is said have been employed on the Van Vleck farm at one became badly intoxicated in Westfield and was jailed by Marshal Christiansen after having been repeatedly ordered out of At early hour Sunday morning smoke was seen issuing from a small windov in the Investigation disclosed that the bunk upon which the pris oner was lying was a mass of By thetime the flames were extin Brennans life was Tho entire upper portion of his was terribly especially the top of his Some of the Westfield people be lieve it was a case of deliberate sui cide on Brennans he en wrapped the bed clothing about him self and applied a But there are others who to the accident believing that possibly in striking a match to take a smoke when lib tho fire might have At any it is believed the poor fellow must have died from suffocation Inhaling the flames rather thuu from tho terrible Our Wash Goods and White Goods department is teeming with the assortment is unusually the 1909 colors and materials are here in great beautiful fine filmy as well as the medium and firmer Many short lengths at shorter prices 1 lot up to 20c now lOc yd India Linons Our stock of these goods is top hut the prices will make them melt during note the reductions 40c 29c 35c 22c 25c 18c 20c 15c lie 9c lOc 6c 1 lot Corset Cover Embroideries up to 50c sale price per 1 lot Ladies Gloves in black and 50c and 60c sale 1 lot Ladies black 25c sale Ladies Belts up to in two sale and 38c Fancy Back regular values up to 75c divided in two and 39c We have the proper things in Shirt Auto Sun Ribbons and Ladies White Ribbon Shoes and Mens Douglas Shoes The rapid and continuous advance in our sales evidences a rapid advance in the shoe buying judgment of the best people in Akron men and Our line of Oxfords are the cream of the shoemaking See Glassware Big assortment of clear and colored Glass values are not less than also odd dishes in our sale each GROCERIES Canned 20c and 25c 3 cans 3 cans 1 dozen cans 1 lot Baked 2 cans Bremner Cookies and fresh and quality the Uncle Sam Breakfast Food is Price per Ladies and Childrens Jackets at prices to close out the burns as there was no evi dence of a struggle on his part to free himself from He had removed most oi his outer but the shoes and stockings remained on his practically free from ef fects of It is said Brennan sold his coat in the saloon there Sat urday to secure money for County Coroner of was but did not consider circumstances to be necessary for in official He notified Undertaker Johnson this to bring the remains here and prepare same for It was as certained that Brennan had relatives n Sioux City and they were com nunieated A brother arrived lere on a freight train Sunday aftor accompanied by undertaker of Sioux It was only y aid of certain scars that lie was ible to positively identify his The body was shipped to Sioux City Monday where the funeral was held and Interment made in the Jatholli Like all others who chooseto trnv jl the byways of Brennans lot lad for years been a hard in course of which he estranged him self from relatives and those who would be It was but a few veeks ago that a worldweary mor tal shuffled off the coil via the re volver route in and the good people down there do not rel sh the notoriety their town is re ceiving in this Joys of The fullow who penned tho UK has experienced thy greatest Jloasure there is in Fish ug isnt simply catching t is sitting in silence where the sun beams filter through the green leaves aid the turtle creeps safely upon yon ler and the woodpecker thrums n the dead tree near scek ng communion with the underworld mil playing with ones fancies down u the green Sometimes one catches something uul excitement breaks in upon the lorious but he hastily puts on another only to resume the oy of his waiting and to let his noughts run happily with the fishes a and out of their crystal We Want Cream Eggs We always pay the Highest Prices for Farmers You dont have to wait a month for your as we pay the CASH for everything we We guarantee our tests and weights to be and you will find this old reliable company here giv ing you a square deal the whole year roundnot just two or three months in the CREAM HAULERS cover the territory adjacent to and if you have Cream to notify us and youll be called The Famous HAWKEtfE CREAM which we beat anything on the If in need of a give us a Full line of Separator and can furnish same on short Hanford Produce ARTHUR AGENT Phone 86
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