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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - March 18, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME MARCH NUMBER 31 Local News Goings Alanson Baker solicits your draying Phone John Martin will call for pr dolive Xflrtlt Phone MissMarie Simeon left Saturda fora visit with her aunt at Alton and and MoCorkel south of were visitors in Biou City last Rohrer left yesterday for Chi where he will buy an extensiv line of new Those wishing a good farmhorn nice and for call on at Savery hotel Misses Anna Lamb and Mary Ma loney have accepted positions as as sistants in Chamberlains milli nery for another Martin Smythe will be here abou March 5 to again engage in painting and Orders may b left at Smytbes harness of who formerly lived in visited here several days the past week at the home of her Tripp James Agnes and Miss Esther Peterson visited several days the past week at the home of their brother and and Henry Peterson near Poler has moved to town from Union and expects to go west Kimball moved in last week from northeast of town anc occupies the former residence ol James Pearl Lemon took her little daughter to Sioux City yesterday to see if the doctors could do anything to correct the childs cleft palate She was accompanied by her Cobb and went to Sioux City yesterday for a brief visit with Shewas also accompanied by her Miss Lucile whose eyes will receive attention by a Smythe joined her husband here last havingbeen visiting in Elk They will live in the residence they formerly occu pied from which place and Goodwin will the Round recently va cated by Welch and who have lived northwest of town ia Union for a number have moved to Akron taking a suit of rooms in the first Na tional bank His little ter will submit to an operation afterwhich they expect to go to Col orado fotf her Agent in compiling a report of live stock shipped from this station during the year has found that it totaled an even 300 which makes a pretty nice The following stock was shipped from here the past Albert Kastner and Pat a car of hogs each to City market Wilier a oar of hogs and a car of cattle to Chi cago Hopkins a car of hogs and a oar of cuttle to A great dual of anxiety is occasioned the Northwestern a farm paper published in as to whether or not the coming con gress will remove the present tariff of to per thousand on which is largely Even with a powerful lobby from the Pa cific Hud southern states already hard at work in Washington to retain duty for their special it is not at all likely that congress in view of a great popular allow a scheduleas important as lumber to become lost in the i 1 The family of George the wellknown Cbatsworth is in mourning because old Bob is EJg was only a bull but occupied large place in their Bob was as hand some as animals of that breed was accustomed to strictly to his own business if not interfered with and knew more than some whole He was a great favorite with the railroad employes and travel ing meu and for years made the trains every Three years ago he stayed on the truck almost a moment too long in front of an approaching Let Martin Smythe do your paper ing and Beverly went to Aloester yes terday to visit Miss Ida Martin went to Elk Poin Tuesday to visit her Clark Greenleaf visited his parents in Sioux City the latter part of las week George Lias went to LeMar yesterday for a few days visit with her John The Akron creamery wants your milk and Highest prices an honest Yeaton left Tuesday for Selby on land business and was ac companied by Charles and Harry Allen left Tues day to look up a homestead propbsi tion near North Maude of Chatswortb visited friends here this She is borne on a visit from where she is attending Taylor and of have been visiting he family of her anc southeast of the past Fred of passed rhrough here Tuesday enroute to the Texas to look at Basmussen left here the same day to look at land in ch6 same lo Manager of the New Opera gives his personal guarantee hat ttib Ernest Fisher company in When We Were Twentyone will be one of the best attractions seen here this As the city water is now being pumped at the mill the council decided to reduce expenses by dispensing with the day who las also acted as engineer at the old pumping Marshal Lan pop was therefore relieved of his luties last Miller returned last Friday rom a visit with the family of his sis and other relatives near n eastern He says they ave had plenty of moisture in that ection the past winter and that the eople are jubilant over prospects for he coming season Much to the relief and satisfaction f a number of Akron the Smoke a cigar aad tobacco tore conducted here by Elk Point discontinued business the first of the who as been manager of the re amed to the Point where tie goods were also The lace was a popular hangout for tie boys and the associations were de lored by The store idid not rove a financial The Noble Theater company put on ttractions here Friday and aturday last with a matinee Saturday but drew iscouragingly small Even lat popular The on aturday failed to secure an verage Although War en Noble played the devil in a mooth and clever thats bout all there was to The play id not seem to strike a responsive hord with the audience and there as a devilish lack of moral tone to IB whole while the plot is shal ow to The singing and auolng specialties were unusually en arousing the only enthusi 9iii of the Will Boss loaded his oar of stock ud goods last week and shipped them o where he will work farm by and James but the engineer stopped it just time to save the old fellows Bob lived to the ripe age of thirteen years and slept his last sleep with his bend on the threshold of the family May all the rewards of dog heaven be of this His Bel ord and George also farm near His oar met with what came early being a serious accident before aving here The engine pulled the iir out from the sidetrack and backed own the main line with considerable ieed to couple the The ngiue slacked up when a short dls uice from the but the Boss qar aine uncoupled and bumped into the irward otir on the train witli much who accompanied Will to was in the oar at the time and he was kept exceedingly busy for a few seconds dodging the contents of the He was standing in the car door and got bis head out of the war just in time to escape in jury when the door slid He was fortunate in receiving only a few but the fellows on the outside had reason to believe he was surely a dead The terrific shook the horses over the but did not seriously injure It IH likely the railroad company will have some thing to pay for damages that resulted to contents of the Cobb was in Hawarden on business For beat results use the Van Brunt sold by Anderson Was in Sioux City on business first of the For a firstclass job of painting and call on Martin Good warm lunch at all or a square meal for at of Sioux supplied the Akron pulpit Sun Neil Robertson and little daughter visited Warren Eeech in Elk Point and Burrill and went to LeMars yesterday to visit his parents and Alanson Baker is prepared to do your draying Heavy haul ing a Phone southeast of was on the Sioux City market last Friday with a car of fine which brought him the topnotch price of of Waterbury can save you money on the purchase of anything in the buggy br surrey See the large line now on display at his new implement Watch for the opening date of Wintersteens big Box Gold Watches and Diamond Rings in some of the 50c ranging from that down to the actual value of the of Des Moines was an overSunday guest of his Miss Minnie and the Jenkins He is auditor or the a fraternal in mrance co north of left Tuesday to take possession of his Jaim near North le also represents a land firm up here that offers everybody a chance o own their own farm at very small See his small ad in this Whitney returned rom an extended visit on the Pacific He says the unprecedented ains have made things very disagreeable out there the past win On the return trip be stopped Kansas to visit his and Mayor of Chats was here Monday and had this ffice print several copies of an elec ion proclamation to be posted in bat Tha people there will lect a two councilmen for woyear a treasurer and essor on March and an nteresting contest will The Big Sioux river is again prac ioally within its being about ix feet lower than at its highest stage ast It is not likely that flood onditions ofequal or greater propor tons will again prevail unless the snow is in heavy quantity up the val ley and is into water by a sud den The freezeup last week Agnes was in LeMars on busi ness several days last Patronize Burkos home hottfl Yeaton was tin Sioux City on business the first of the L of Sioux was calling on friends here Miss Loretta Tripp left Saturday to visit her cousin at Minn f Miss Nettie Coonoy returned Satur day from where her sister j Regular 25o cloth Window 31 reduced to Win Perry Button returned Saturday from Des where he has been working for some Sixty feet show kinds and also for for complete or in by the Miss Belle who is employed in the Farmers Tribune office at Sioux came home for an over Sunday of was here the first of the week visiting her who is employed iuKirsteins blacksmith Miss Martha of has been visiting her and other relatives in this vicinity the past LeMars Sentinel and Sparling and Charles Stokes left Thursday for and Sparling will remain there Fred Swenson and Mary who live west of here in Union county were issued a license to wed Monday in Sioux accord ing to the daily Beach was compelled to come around by way of Elk Point last Friday to get to Akron from the farm westof She remained here sev eral days taking medical Farm machinery will soon be needed and in this line the bust is always the TLiia is what you tire guar anteed in the Moline and John Deere goods sold by Water the old reliable and Gardner and southeast of went to Yankton Monday to visit his brothers for about three after which he will go to to file on the fine claim he drew in the Tripp county opening last Frank who lived here a few years has moved from near onto the Doyle farm east of West which he and his will farm the com ing They are brothers of John northeast of who has nearly com pleted his large residence in the east ROHRER H invoice of all kinds of Hos iery arrived this Ribbed All White in black and for Children at Childs AutoKnit is the best iSc Hose on the market comes in all sizes from 5 to Shoes and Rubbers lot of Womens sole leather cap toes are well worth per Sale while they Douglas in all leathers the Shoe that stands at the head of the list in the Shoe making at sell the wellknown HOOD BRAND of Rubbers and Rubber We have Rubbers from size 4 in Babies to size 12 in None better Mens Qloves Work and Dress Gloves in short and gauntlet Ours are made made to fit the hand the fingers are not out of The prices start at 25c and go up to per Carpets and Curtains you need a new Linoleum or Floor Oil Cloth it will you to see our for they represent a wholesalers No one can afford to carry the variety in stock and sell at right are headquarters for Lace Window Curtain Sash Jackets and Skirts Jackets and all 1909 goods Quality garments and medium in Hats and Caps Men and A good as sortment of Young Mens styles in the new colors are now on Groceries Camps Pork and with Tomato Oat per Em All per 3 size per lOc per for Beef Scraps produces 100 Ibs for covered the flooded bottoms with ice and the receding water left the land well There is still said to be a big gorge in the river near the Agnes north of where the big of ice were piled by the high water for about a mile in Sioux of and was here last Friday conferring with mem bers of the school board relative to a special course of Instruction in music in our public While this in struction is now a legal requirement in our the average teacher is able to impart but very little practical information to scholars on the sub Haywards idea is to come here one day in the week and give about a half hour of instruction in each department of the fol lowing a systematic course during the entire He is now giving a simi course in the public schools at Charter that is proving very and desires to se cure other schools to enable to devote his entire time to the His terms for the service are very reasonable and it would be an excell ent thing and money well expended if Akrons scholars could have the bene fit of the instruction to be derived from his twelve years of experience in He is a vocalist of excep tional ability and is prominent in 3ioux Citys music Hay ward was unable to see all the mem bers of the board during his brief some of them being oat of but liis plan met with favor and en couragement from a number of per sons with whom he one or two offering to lend personal financial aid if part of left Monday to visit his mother and other relatives at It is said he intends to build au auto garage on tbe present site of the old barns west of Franks Johnson is tearing down his old east of his present resi and will soou begin the erec tion in its stead of a residence that that will cost or It is a very desirable corner and will be a flue improvement to that part of George of Bridge who had been at LeMars as a witness in the damage suit in which the Ak ron Milling is in district stopped off here for a brief visit with oldtime friends the first of the He was formerly employed in the mill but is now in business for himself at recent high water in tbe river is said to have backed into tbe new sewer as far east as the Kendall hotel Some believe that a serious menace is thereby offered should the river remain at flood stage any length of time after the sewev is in general and it is their opinion that some other means ofout let should be provided for such an It is a matter that will stand careful at any Christy and departed Monday for in northwestern to visit At a sum mer resort town near and Wooton own a lot and she will go there to look after the erection of a cottage There are some finemineral springs at that which contain great medicinal prop Christy may also visit lifer Nate and family at Poncu during their six weeks stay in Commercial Club The Commercial club met in the hall Tuesday with about twenty members and an hour or more was spent in discussion of various The membership committee reported that thirtyfour had signed the membership roll up to that but that the canvass was only partially completed and it is ex pected a total of fifty sixty will be Articlefour of the constitu tion was amended so that the regular monthly meetings will be on the first Tuesday evening of the begin ning promptly at 8 and it was decided that the fire bell be rung as a two taps to be sounded four It was decided to accept the offer of the of per night for the use of the hall for this price to include light and The executive committee was em powered to look after the road propo si tion until the regular committee on roads is and it was recom mended that an immediate effort be made to have the Portland township trustees make temporary repairs at the lower so that farmers can drive over from the South Dakota side at As to the condition of the grade northwest of it was the opinion of several members in in view of the absolute refusal of the road bosses over there to allow Akrons business men to make temporary re pairs on the grade at their own ex pemse last there be no effort for betterment at this The club ad journed until next Tuesday March by which time the canvass for members will be completed and the various standing committees can be The meeting will be held in the in the First National bank and after the necessary business is disposed of it is planned to bold a social or with refreshments and It is the earnest desire that every member of tbe club be present and enjoy its first social of was a wel come visitor at tbe meeting Tuesday TAXES First half must be paid before April avoid the penalty of 1 mouth on tbe whole 1st in Iowa to the per per 1 ROLLAWAY ROLLER is now going every afternoon and evening from until from until Ladies may Skate Free every from until Music Tuesday and Thursday Come out and have a jolly time for 2 either afternoons or You are always welcome with Rink located first door west of Vargasons on Reed LIONEL EUSTACE WILLIAMS Opening Display of Pattern Tailored Hats for Spring and Summer in all tHe Now SHudes SKapea and Styles FIRST March 27 J We dont expect to compete with the city stores in mammoth but can beat them all in You are cordially in vited to this MISS FARNHAM AKrona Leading Milliner   

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