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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - January 7, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                GLUME JANUARY NUMBER 21 Local News Qolnft Dolnfi Alanson Baker solicits your Phone The celebrated Hess Stock Food is sold at Perfection Oil at Klauer Swanson Miss Pauline Frederickson visited Point friends the first of the Christy today from a rfew days visit at the home of her In Sioux Something new and fancy in Back Combs for for to Will Beverly went to Sioux today and may enter the college for a course of Go to Hilliker Son and have your horseshoeing done by an expert Satisfaction fully r The Akron creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest Knudson has leased a grain ele vator at Chatsworth and his John went there to takecharge Major Barr was up from Elk Point this week to see his whose condition shows no improve The Junior Epworth Leaguers will give a social at the home of Smith tomorrow Friday Jan Miss who has been a guest at the home of her west of returned to Sioux Rap Baker came up from Sioux City We sell the on Full line of Stock Remedies for sale sole local agent Kerr went to yesterdayto make a professional Henry Smith went to Monday to look after business inter Try those delicious hot drinks tomato cook Alanson Baker is prepared to do your draying Heavy haul ing a Phone Louis Bly and Jacob Buble expect to leave next week to locate on their claims near Palm and visited over Sunday with the family of her in Miss Blanche of Sioux Foils has been visiting in the homes of and Smith the past Edison with new at also Edison Amberol and Gold Moulded for sale at Mubs went Tuesday for a at the homo of her northwest of returned Monday from a visit with her to Harris brief visit Mrs Saturday to visit the family of her and old friends Will and Misses Alice and Anna Elk visited at the home of their Antoine Saturday and living southeast of topk a fall from his wagon when ae first of the week and jured bis He is being cared at the Savery Louis who has been visit ingat the home of her husbands par and and with other relatives returned to day to Wessington The Agnes home waV again placed under quarantine Uiaa Izetta has a mild case of diph The much its share of misfortune in taou returned Monday to af holiday vacation at southwest of He com pletes the course there next The Christian Endeavorers will hold a tencent social at the MoKil lips borne next Tuesday Jan uary Literary entertainment will be All are cordially invit Miss Anna tokkee of stopped here for a brief visit with her uncle and and J leaving Monday to attend college She former ly taught school west of Edna teacher of the Williams east re turned the first of from her home in where she spent the Miss Inez teach er of the SteWart also returned from herhome in John Maluistrom returned Monday from accom panying the remains ofhis Freda who died there last week at the home of ber His sister also The funeral was held Tuesday at the Baptist church at Big and interment 1 made Waldo Hilliker and Ralph Nelson enjoyable watch party for friends of the a rol licking good and with the joy ous climax at the merging of the new old Hilliker served a AVOcourse luncheon that fairly tickled their IJ Andrew Paulson has completed a fine job of cement work in the mill at and with relatives at Henry Agnes and Miss of were guests Saturday and Sunday at the home of her Paul son of a former local cameup today from Sioux City to visit He is employed by the Gas and Electric served any at Bid I Miss Lisle Ross left Sunday for to resume her duties as teacher in the public Brady went to Edgerton Min his old on business He is interested in a bank Miss Delia Crow returned last Thursday to her position in Rolir ers after a few weeks visit at the home of her parents near Edward Albert Eriokson and Osdur young men residing northwest of in Union have gone to to take a course in a commercial Miss Frances Boden returned Sat urday to to resume teaching after spending the holiday vacation with her and west of Frank Blair arrived last week to ac cept a clerkship in Rohrera storo He comes from Rohrers former Blair recently completedfour years of ser vice in the United States Allie Mounts auction dated for last at the farm southeast of was postponed to January owing to the intense of few days last week at Father made a brief Father this ty DePue hasbeg visited a tie home of his bf on his n the erection power consisting of a pit and foundations for the new city pumping It is a very neat and substan tial piece of there being no lim ttAo its lasting The big pump will soon be lowered to its po sition and connections made with the mills The severely cold wea ther has stopped the laying of con water wains for the Melvin Peters came over from Lake last week to visit his uncle and and bis Roy Bolmer and Louis Bly and baby left Tues day for where the child will receive what is hoped will be final sur gical attention for the correction of a Most of Akrons disparted Monday for their places of after an enjoyable holiday Miss Josie Agnes ac companied her Misses Gert Vina and who attend school in Des as far as Sioux X who will auction sale at his place two miles south and two miles east of on the old JGnideboard on Thurs January expects to locate on a claim in He will therefore sell without 21 46 cat J5 See his ad in this paper for further par Ben Jeffers came over from last Thursday for a few days visit with relatives and His Attorney is in representing Dal las in an effort to secure the location of the government land office for which is also a strong Their is visiting at her old home in LeRoy Anderson and Lauftblin returned last Friday from their the visiting with his wifes folks at and with his father at The other teachers arrived Saturday The public schools opened Monday for the winter with in creased and with every prospect for a continuance of the ex cellent work that marked the fall One change is made in the corps of Miss Marguerite of succeeding Misa Estalene Rhodes in the primary The joint Masonic and Eastern Star Installation of officers and banquet on New Years night proved one of the most enjoyable of their annual events of that kind ever held Between the installation ceremonies of the two orders was held a beautiful and im pressive memorial service for two be loved Paul Wendt and Lester who passed to their reward during the year just This solemn service was conducted by the retiring officers of the Eastern After the the ban His sale notice in another column ap pears to be dated the which is an error in the Fred Haas gave an enjoyable New Years dance in the opera a large number taking advantage of the opportunity to dance the old year out and the new year An orchestra consisting of dAr ville and Will Clementson furnished At the supervisors meeting held in LeMars of the First was chosen chairman of the board for tha Ahlers and Neil retiring members of the have given thecounty s plendid service for twelve years and their services will be of a residence in tHefel st part of near the Bert Goodrdaj and children left yesterday to jottH ir husband on their claim near Sturg Miss Carrie i I was a visitor at thjWd Wise home this She isA cousin of and Polloi k and and Bradley irned Tuesday from a visit with at and report very pleasant Miss Avis class in the Baptist Sunday sckbjol distributed good cheer and beautiful flowers among the sick and invalid in Akron on New Years M Goodwin oane m from Sioux City Monday evenidg tb bis big 40 PierceRacine for which he is It appears totibe a mammoth car for the is a de light to tie eyes of see Another high wind eitid cold wave descended from the Apolar regions making thjp most severe day of the winter Yesterday Thursday morning was the coldest of the below It moder ated last evening about two inches of snow making fair sleigh We seem to be in the actual grip of Old 1 REMNANT quet boards were spread and mem bers and their families to the number of nearly 175 partook of the splendid repast served by the Dur ing the evening some very pleasing musical numbers were by Kerr and quartet selections by Miss Beatrice Paul Ernest Gamble Coicert appear ing here as lectitre course number on January uses one Of the most rare and costly violins in the a genuine Guarnarius del made in Italy in the 17th or 18th It is a wonderful instru ment and will be splendidly The first day of the new year was quite but clear The holiday was very quietly observed Most of the stores dur ing the There were num erous pleasant gatherings of families and friends Since the new years advent most merchants and their clerks are busily invoicing An entire page of space is used in this issue to announce Beck Bur rills big annual clearance sale of This is an event the people of this section look forward to with in terest every the deepcut prices on staple goods offering a great oppor tunity for money A careful reading of their ad is well worth All the goods offered in the sale are from their regular Frank Bly and McCorkell de parted today on their return trip to Medical after a very pleasant visit oftwo weeks with relatives and oldlime friends in this They greatly appreciated the cordial welcome received at the hands of friends but could not admire the changeable sort of weather dished out during their so journ An Akron basket ball com posed of Freeman John Knud Frank Milton Rex Smith and Morris went to Can ton and played the high school team of that city New Years The score stood 0 to 6 at the end of the first half and 1G to 16 at the end of the Play was then continued uu tll a score was made and Canton 18 to Our boys are not sore over the but report rather unfair Kennedys Trip EDITOR REGISTERTRIBUNE Do not consider this a but just a brief sketch of my trip from Akron to this Akron Saturday December at arrived at Sioux at and got out of there No at Arrived at Lincoln at and left thero at over fpr i JJAVING completed our Annual we have weeded out all Rem Short Lengths and Odds and Ends from our stock and placed them on our Bargain them so low that it would appear we had for gotten the wholesale Most of these goods are actually marked down way below what we paid for Every item is a bargain and just the goods needed for the Winter and Cotton Dress UnmatcHable Bargains i in every department during this big January Remnant a few of which are Flcd Dress Goods 1 lot in both light and dark regular selling per January Rem nant Sale per yard 4 cents treatment the by the Canton official in Williams and Leo The Catholic fair and bazaar began at the opera house last evening and continues each evening for the bal ance of this In spite of the cold and stormy there was a large crowd present the first night and the occasion was much Dancing provided the principal eu tortainmeut and the music furnished by the Akron baud orchestra of ten pieces gave general A Hue supper was served by ladies and this will continue to be H Larger crowds are each Arrived at Billings Sun day evening at Leaving tiillings over the Northern we arrived in Portland Tuesday eve ning at Thus you willnotice that we made good time as the dis tance is something like two thousand At Lincoln we secured a berth in a which we kept to and from that city to had a daylight run while it was raining to beat the band and was still keeping it up when we arrived in where we met Gene at the depot waiting for with umbrella raised ready to escort us to the street car for a sixmile ride through tHe city to bia which was reached in due time and found a good warm supper ready and we soon got busy eating and the latter lasting late in the I presume your readers would like to know what kind of clituaie they have here and what the weather hasbeen since I arrived as I said it was ruining when I reached here and after that turned cold that from 15 to degrees above of froze the ground to a depth of perhaps two to three inches and re mained that way for two or three to a new comer or in other words a would in dicate that the vegetables that were still m the ouch as beets and would all be frozen and would never be fit for future but then it turned warmer and again commenced to rain and in a few days the frost was all out of the ground and also out of the and they were as finah and crisp as they are in Iowa in ibe month of the roses that looked discouraged during the cold days began to bud and blossom and now they look as though they had new life and would bloom all Of the old settlers here tell us they have not bad such a severe cold spell here for a number of as you no doubt are aware of the this excuse is no new thing in any country you may go Today is a beautiful the sun shining bright uud with every appear ance of giving us some fine weather for at least few and if it does I shall taUe UP the fish pole and go to the river uud try to land some of the finny Which you know is good sport for me wherever I After trying it here for a if I do not succeed to my I shall go down to California where I know I CAN get all the fishing I We spent our Christmas very pleas notwithstanding the fact that it rained all but that did not stop some of the people we met here last winter from coming and we had a very pleasant visit with them and a flue dinuwto close the days proceed Yesterday I met Milton an oldtime resident of who has lived here for the past four and he came near talking an arm off of me inquiring after bis old friends Ak Well I think this enough for this so witli kind regards to all friends I will close this short Your Outing Flannel 1 lot Dating good clean regular To and 8c per January Rem nant Sale per 5 cents Comforters 1 lot cottonfitted and regular JanuaryRemnant Sale January Sale of and 12 Off If you have delayed buying a Cloak you have missed a lot of but you have saved of the Every garment in Ladiesand Child rens Cloaks will be sold at J and some at January Sale of 13 Off Every Fur in the house will be sold at off regular valuo during our January Bed Blankets 1 lot Bed January Remnant Salo per 49 cents GROCERIES 1 lot Canned Goods and Break fast all lOc Janu ary Sale Celluloid regular lOo for BAJMFORDS BAKING POWDER is a highgrade article at a cheap but we will out the prices to a frazzle during 23u cans THIS SALE BEGINS Satisfaction Guaranteed Money If Not KEROSENE LAMP BXPCODES Night Phone Oper Has Narrow Escape Threw Blazing Lamp s Louis night operator at the local had an exper ience Monday night that he would not wish He sleeps in the office upon retiring left a lamp burning as About eleven oclock a couple of men passing noticed a flaring light through the cloth Rattling the they succeeded in arousing Louis from his Through some defect in the lamp or the flame bad communicated with the oil in the bowl and it was blazing up quite fiercely when he grabbed ran to the door and threw it into the His presence of mind and quick action undoubtedly prevented a for just as be threw the burn ing lamp out it throwing the burning oil in all Had this happened while he slept or while the lamp was in his he would have been seriously burned and the building set on It was extremely fortunate thatthe two men discov ered conditions just at the opportune Louis escaped with slightly burned bapds and a bad BORN A to and Paul east of January A to and Lee WaddiugtoU southeast of Mon January A to and south of January A to and Guy southeast of Janu ary The First National Bank will make a distribution of one for each household of its and as soon as received will mail requests to call for None will be banded to FIKST NATIONAL George and Frederick of Elk visited the families of their Francis and Autoine Extraordinary The management of the Akron Ly ceum course take pleasure in an nonnoing that an extra number has been secured for this seasons the Hruby Brothers Musical Quintet and Miss Gertrude reader They will appear here Saturday even January To those holding course special prices will be made for this seats for 40o and 3Go seats for The com mittee it to be one of the very finest entertainments of the kind ever presented here and assure all who attend a rare It is one of the best musical novelty companies ever offered upon the Ly ceum consisting of five bro ranging from fourteen to twen tyfour years uf men of the best talented and with charming playing six teen solo giving a most varied They are the sons of Frank noted as a clarinet ist all over the having held po sitions in the largest cities of both hemispheres and being at director of the Great Western Band The John and born musicians and have studied music since they could hold an Several of them have held splendid positions in some of the best bands and Musical novelties are given in quin cornet solos and duets chamber music with the cello and piano vocal and an unusual num ber in clarinet and cornet The Mechanical Orchestra and humor ous impersonations of Creatore and others are descriptive Miss Gertrude as is delightfully The Produce pays 31c Tor A full line of repairs for cream also best sep local My New Selection of Celebrated BALDWIN PIANOS will soon arrive direct from the Baldwin We sell no old re polished instruments and nothing but the celebrated Baldwin which are GUARANTEED IN EVERY The Baldwin makes every import ant part that enters into the construction of their Pianos and We as give the lowest prices and most liberal that can possibly be 1 will positively not sell any cheaply defective or old workedover nor enter into any I prefer to have my customers count DOLLARS instead of that get them valueless I can save them to on purchaseprices and sell them New Pianos instead of workedover Came In see the New when they arrive BUTTON I   

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