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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Akron, Iowa VOLUME 32 FEBRUARY 1919 NUMBER 28 Local News OolBfff Comlngf Dolagi Spahr was u visitor in llnwarden Choioe homemade for sale by Leonard and Vital Lainoureux vis ited in Sioux City last Victor Johnson and Russell Rep logle visited friends in Huwarden Call on the Akron Plumbing to do your plumbing and repair Phone A line and wellassorted line of Dinnerware for your selection at the Akron Variety Miss Ethel Farrin went lo Sioux City last Friday about a weeks visit with relatives and Dewey Bredall returned Saturday from Sioux where he had been taking further treatment Ior rheu to values in Fancy Box will go at on Friday and Saturday of this Week Cobbs Drug and Palm went to Howarden Sunday and attended the services at the dedication of the handsome new Baptist church Warner left Tuesday for Des Moines to attend a big auto be ing particularly interested in seeing a new selfstarter for Ford cars on ex hibit There will he a special communica tion of Freedom next Monday February for work in the second By order of and Palm went to Sioux City Monday to visit their at which time und place and Palm also celebrated their fortyseventh wedding There were several Valentine paiv tics in town last Friday those at the homes of Miss Grace Wintersteeii and the Misses Vera and Ruth Anderson being particularly en joyed by the yqung Bnrrill returned Monday from where he attend ed the funeral last week of his Robert He also visited his James at the Oak dale near Iowa Dont fail to hear Private Ronald Robertsons lecture on A Years Fighting in at the Akron opera house Friday evening of this postponed from last Saturday on account of the Seats oil sale at 35 and 50 John Lorensen was taken to Sioux City Saturday for further treatment his condition being quite More blood transfusions be came necessary in his and sev eral friends went down the first of the week to offer a quantity of their blood in an effort to improve Lov ensuns Mellen and were in LeMars on business Miss Nora Hendricks enjoyed n visit Sunday from her Miss of Elk Brown went tp Saturday for a brief visit with fiis pa and and Albert Johnson and children departed last Friday for a visit with relatives at Bert Swift came from Sioux City Saturday for a visit in the Swift home and with other and Ilusted arrived Saturday from Merrill for a visit in the home of their west of and Thorson en joyed an over Sunday visit from her Gordon of South who had been visit ing in Hie Friskcy east of and with other relatives depart ed last Friday for her home at Tfiilli An infant horn to and Earl of this last February survived only a short The bereaved pa rents have the sympathy of ail who know SchwinWski and daugh ter returned the first of the week tVom a few days visit with relatives and friendsat Her brother had just returned there from service in the and Biaine Root and children came from Sioux City Sun day for a brief visit with his and and other He also attended the sale Monday on the farm he formerly op south of and Roy and two younger children came from LeMars Tuesday being called by the serious illness of Roots Her and wife also came from Ha warden to see her Tuesday Dee is now reported considera bly Private Bert Whitney stopped off here the latter part of the week for a visit with his and being enroute to his home at after re ceiving his honorable discharge from the army He was for several months at Camp Dodge in the motor truck but for some time past has been drivingarmy trucks at Chicago and oilier points in that The rural mail carriers took an in voluntary vacation last tin roads being practically impassable an account of the heavy The cuts were also drifted some of the snowbanks being from eight to ten feet A part of the mail routes could not be covered The carriers will enjoy a vacation they are legally entitled of six during each Saturday of this it being Washingtons PREPARDNESS Was one of the important themes covered by the great Washington in his farewell He believed in both for tho nation and for the in And so should every good American citizen And Prepardnuaa to stand finan cial strain is the most important point in the Both as a Nation and as tho sav ings habit is a paramount Are you doing your share We pay 4 per interest on sav ings deposits Akron Savings Bank Hiirolrl Stroiis went to Sioux City Tuesday Ior i liriff visit ivith reln fipoeial Ileanup prices on Oruuite waro now in effect it lie AUron Vari ety of visit ed her Harry and the first of the wellknown optomet rist of Sioux will make his visit at Kendall February Lester Stinton and Clark returned Monday from Kimsiis where they had been taking an elec trienl course in an auto and Joe north of are enjoying a visit from her and of who arrived Mon Will Kiewel and two children arrived Saturday from Granite for a with her husbands and and other and Dick Richlers were passengers to Sioux City yesterday to visit her Peter of who is at a hospital there with her Speneer and who liar been making an extended stay with the family of her returned Tuesday to South Hear That Tone and youll ap preciate the Call Phone and have an delivered at your home for free Sold by Akron Variety Waterbury and his Frank Bellwood came up from Sioux City Monday for a brief visit with goinir from here to where Belhvood will en gaije in Benefiel of Eaple who has been visiting relatives and friends went to Monday for a brief visit with Beneliel will await her return Lionel who is in charge of the station of the National Oil Re fining at was an over Sunday visitor here with his pa rents and other relatives and He likes his work fine over As I have bought the Vance Wise dray I respectfully solicit your and will do my best to give you prompt and efficient Residence Phone or call Akron Lum ber returned Tues day from where she had been for several assisting in the care of the little child of her Henry The baby was se riously ill of but is now The near approach of the first of March will bring much changing of and subscribers of the Reg are requested to notify this oliice promptly of any in order there may be no delay in the papers reaching Hie proper des Thorsou has bought I he for mer Robinson residence and will erect a modern bungalow on that line corner this Madison and Shoulberg have bought lots of west of the old Agnes and plan to build new resi dences and Jerome Emannel and children arrived Saturday from Iowa and will make their home in the Christian church parson Jerome is the new pastor of the Christian church and delivered his initial sermons The new pastor and family will imf a cordial welcome in and Maxson re ceived the welcome word Monday of the arrival at New York of their Private Fay who has seen several mouths of active service on the fighting fronts in France with the He came from overseas on the transport Huntington and is at Camp for the but will undoubtedly arrive home in the near A town team of basketball players has been practicing at the opera house the past few They go to Sioux today Ior their first Among the players who have been working out Ior a place on the team arc Irving Cam Merlin Hit Henry Leslie Will Meredith and A very fast quintet can bo developed from this bunch of Andy west of was a visitor in Sioux City Hilliker went to Sioux Falls on business Mesdames Replogle and Wallin visited in Sioux City yester Special reduced prices Saturday on hairnets and slipon at Akron Variety All 8c Bar Candies go at fe on Fri day and this week Cobbs Drug Miss Orlu Jenkins WHS called lo Sioux Falls yesterday by Hie illness of her Jenkins and family received the sad news yesterday of the death of Lillis al her home in Deceased was a sister of Anlrimi of Sioux and had visited in the Jenkins home here many John Warner and Miss Ida expect to leave about March 1st for where they will spend the summer witii Later they will reside in Sioux The AVarner residence will be occu pied by the Thorson All hopes of an ice crop from the Big Sioux river having gone glimmer ing and with Akron facing an ice famine during the coming torrid sea local dealers and heavy consum ers have taken the matter of artificial ice and cooling appliances under seri ous is understood to have bought a cool ing apparatus for his meat and Cross left yesterday for and possibly Des to investigate types of artificial ice He figures that a plant of fiveton daily capacity ought to supply Akrons If he purchases a Cross in tends to build a cement block addi tion to his present ice cream and bot tling about JOxtiO and at the same time Hilliker Son will erect a cement block addition of similar size at the north of theirgar which adjoins Cross The past few weeks o terrible win ter road conditions have brought em phatically to peoples minds the great necessity of better and permanent and advocates of paved main thoroughfares have gained ad ditional followers by the With practically every farmer an auto and many of them now using auto the question of allyear roads is rapidly becoming utmost The use of gravel and other surface preparations find favor in some but with them there remains the continued problem and rather high cost of annual which is almost entirely avoided in the use of concrete Of the first cost of concrete road paving is quite but by the is suance of the payments of which are divided through aperiod of the burden is lifted and pay ments work no hardship on owners of contiguous A number of prom inent farmers and land owners in Ak rons vicinity have strongly ex pressed themselves in favor of paved main highways and will boost for their early Such im provements are surely coming in the very near and localities that first secure hard surfaced roads will reap the early INCOME TAX OFFICER COMING Deputy Collectors Will Have Forms and Assist People in Making Out Correct Tax Collector of Internal Revenue Mur phy announces that an income tax of ficer will be in this county at the fol lowing towns and on the dales stated t to March court April 1 to April at olllee or City 8 to April at Posl olllce or City Collector In a warning is sued to instructs them not to pay taxes in but by draft or money nud not to pay man representing himself to be n Cioxvrnmeiit any payment for as the Ciovcrnment em ploys and pays these officers to assist married living with husband or who hd net income In 11MS of or countiiiK in tiie earnings of minor Is obliged to an income tax return or married person not living with husband or who hud net income of during must nmke a The penal ties for failure I nuike when are line and Deputy Collectors will have i ply of forms for all Uefore culling on the income tax be to have all our figures readya complete statement of ail he money you took in and paid out last HARROUN BACK ON CARS A dispatch from dated 1Vhruary was printed in the Motor as follows The Harrouti isbrick to 100 per cent peacetime durins February to turn out then 500 and Rrndually in crease the number duringthe sprint and summer until the maximum out put Is The plant Is able to 2iO engines and assemble an equal number tit cars a double The Harroun plant finished its manufacture of shells for the Ciovern menl January Harroun activity for the Govern ment in November that per cent of the plant was devoted to per to class B truck engines and i per cent to Fordson The whole plant was workingon tniPtur the cieepliiff type of used as u tread on the wheels of the Oovernment 11ton trac 1roduction of these tractor about 700 a Of the contract for cylinder water heads for KVinlson r00 were turned out on an average of 100 a Not with standing this Government the Ilarrntm plant was able to make cars from parts on Hilliker of have the local agency for the Harroun Call at their yaratfe at any time for a demonstration of this wonderful little Kennedy in Sunny Long Feby Editor RcslsterTribune I have finally KOI away from LaVerne and am now in the famous resort of Lous where I can a clear view of the grand old Pacific and I can that it looks good to as I was always a ereat lover of not withstandingthe fact that f never was a Upon my arrival here a week I found he city well filled up with tourists and all the hotels and rooming houses filled to much that it look me two hours lo find room lo stay and Ihen had to pay double as much as in former is cheaper here than in the middle west and that helps out some on the high priceof room They tell me that there are more tourists here this winier than has ever been here in former so you see the hish cost of travel does not keep people at On my way down here from Ia where f was stayingwhen I wrote I stopped off at wheif the C4th Balloon sta and had a nice visit with better known in Akron as Jay I found him and by his looks and what he lold I think Sam is feeding him with of wholesome They have a flue campingground there and everything looked neat and He very well satisfied with the treatment he was hut I think he would be very glad to accept a dis charge from the service if Uncle Sam would offer it to 1 talked with several of the soldier hoys while In the Camp and they were all of the same mind that the war is now virtually over and think they be dis charged and sent and I nm of Ihe same opinion 1 had the pleasure of meet ing Tom and Pat Foley on the street the other day and they were both looking line and seemed to be enjoying southern California climate very I did not know that they were out here and was somewhat surprised when I met Since coming I have met a number of people that 1 have met here in other years that F have been and they all we have been looking for you for a long time and thought perhaps the Flu had got 1 have not been out fishing but will jrel at it before so I can have some tish stories to teli the boys when I come home in the On Ihe 22nd of this month the annual Iowa Picnic will be held in Los Ange les of r will be as I always meet a number of old acquaint ances that I drive not seen for many The weather here A Iltlle chilly nights and but I no tice that they have all kinds of fresh vegetables on the and that the geraniums and other flowers are in full bloom In the yards all over thei From what I can hear from you have been having unusually line weather through the month of I hope It continues through this month and When 1left LnVerue they were busy picking and shipping oranges east and you should soon be getting cheaper or I am so must wind my watch and wet to Kind regards to all PRICES AT THE Effective sack Miller Made Mb sack Miller Made Flour I 10lfo sack Rye lUlb sack Rye Graham 10lb sack Wheat Graham 10lb sack Flour 1 10lb sack Corn Meal olb sack Corn Meal flb Slb Breakfast Food 100lb sack Shorts 100lb sack liiiiu 2 100lb muk lies 2 100lb sack Second 100lb sack Hurned Wheat extra 100lb Corn Chops 100lb sack Corn and 100lb Ground Barley All sales Phone MILLER MILLING AKRON OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 21st AT 8 OCLOCK from Saturday on account of bad Private Ronald Robertson WILL TALK ON A YEARS FIGHTING IN FRANCE Private a former Akron was wound ed and gassed while fighting on the big battle fronts in He was a member of Headquarters 168th of the Famous Fighting 42nd Divis ion He should be greeted by a filled ashis experiences in the Great War will be in tensely interesting to SOLDIERLECTURE Goods are exactly what We Say they The day being near at hand to celebrate the Birthday of the Father of Our we want to proclaim our stores policies We put none but good quality goods into our We see that they are correct in We charge only a fair and square We stand behind everything we And above all things else we tell the the whole Truth and nothing but the Truth about our merchandise to our Phono We Want Your Produce PAUL WENDT UptoDate Auction Bills at This Office
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