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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - June 3, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME JUNE NUMBER 42 Local News doing Comlngf DolngB Baled hay for Keep your eye on the New Meat Jewel Gasoline at Klauer Swanson Shedd has been visiting in LoMars this John Martin wiil call for or de liver your Phone and Fred Dirksen and son departed Tuesday for their new home Green Egg and Golden Drop Plums in heavy syrup also The Racket You cannot afford to overlook Marchs fine line when in need of Wall Paper and Lace full three yards in 65c per pair and as The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest The farmer and the cultivator are doing great in the corn All crops are Lawrence who has been at tending the State Teachers at Cedar returned Saturday to his home northeast of George Cilley arrived the fore part of the week from to visit the family of her husbands and Oscar Hall and of Alces and Miss Ethel west of Ak left here yesterday for a visit with the latters in The closing exercises of Jos ephs Parochial school will be held June In the op era for which an excellent mu sical program is being Hans Rasmussen stopped off here the first of having his the bro to Hot where the latter is taking Michael Conway and family moved from northeast of town to Hawar den last He takes charge of the tarm of his who was badly injured In a disc accident sev eral weeks paper was in error last week in stating that Miss Pearl of was visiting at the home her and Martin It should have said Will lam having been married In that city In If you need a go to He sells the John Deere and Mollne Disc Surprise Balance the most complete and uptodate Cultivator on the mar ket has na springs or levers of aiiy Will sell a few at Cut Prices x Higgins and Miss of this are visitors this week ajt the home of the formers Woodside canie from Sioux City the latter part of last and accompanied home Monday by who had been visiting he and north of great Farmer Burns had but little trouble in defeating of Des in tho wrest ling match lu the Akron opera house last Saturday Burns was clearly master of the situation at every stage of the but nev erthelessit was a fine exhibition of strength skill and en fine show Ing against the victor of thousands of showed the good tstuff In Burnssecured the first fall twenty with a ham merlock Rooney went at It strong In the second but after nearly twentythree minutes of fast and clover work the Farmer an that ho had secured tho fa mous Gotch and the contest quickly In a preliminary con Henry Simeon won two falls from John Smith acted as ireferee of both Farmer Burns talk on physical culture and his demonstration of some of the ex pert holds in wrestling wore vory In The opera house would have been crpwded but for a heavy rain that In the As It ttfe house was about half Everybody was pleased with the exhibition and delighted at the opportunity to witness the famous Keep your eye on the New Mea The Bulck twocylinder auto the BEST hill Were equipped to do all kinds lumblng James Ross and P Klauer were Sioux City las Wall Paints and Painters the right kind at the righ Have Martin Smythe do you Painting and and ge firstclass Phone Miss Edna teacher of th Williams east of wen to her home in LeMars Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and a The bargains are yours fo the Froman arrived Tuesday from to visit the famil of her John Primm west of Miss Edith Root returned Saturday from having closed he engagement as teacher in the pub lie schools Isaac north of town went to his former home Saturday for a brief visit with rel atives and Miss Grace ORielly went to Ha warden Saturday for a brief and was accompanied home by her Miss Cheap Wall cheap you cant afford to look at soiled paper on the walls in the bottom has fallen out of prices at If you need see our fine large You dont have to await orders from as we sell from the Johnson and of South Sioux vis ited several days the past week at the home of her Root recently sold the quartersection farm of Frank Hoff three miles south of in Westfield to John Erick of for an Hans of who has the credit of making the best cattle coming from his sold on Mondays market two cars of prime cattle averaging Ibs at and one fancy bull at Chicago Live Stock The annual convention of the Sioux Valley Baptist association will be held lu Akron on June Ten counties In northwest Iowa will be represented by quite a large number of A program of the con vention will be published next of Sioux district manager for Brotherhood of Am erican began work here this week to secure the adoption of a big class of new members and again re vive the lodge to The pres ent membership of the order here is both women and men be ing eligible to insurance Agnes is a brother of and is Well known through previous resi dence His friends arc glad to note that he Is meeting with much success in fraternal insurance the weather a large number of people observed Me morial Day In Akron At the small detachment of veterans were accompanied by the Relief corps children from the schools and citizens to Riv erside cemetery for the solemn rit ualistic and decoration ceremonies in honor of the noble soldier and sailor At the afternoon the opera house was well The pro as published last week waa in terestingly The addresses of Father and Ayrault were earnest and eloquent tributes to our nations liv ing and A plea was made tor more general cooperation by the pub lic in the observance of Memorial After the tho people were given an opportunity to sign a subscription paper contributing to n fund for the purpose of purchasing u more suitable monument to The Un known In Riverside to which a very liberal response was There was a slight mis understanding as to band music in the but correction was and the boys played after also giving a fine concert In the which was enjoyed by a big The Memorial Sunday ad dress was delivered by Baiu In tho Cbmiiun mid his remarks were most inspiring and The Post and Corps at in a Keep your eye on tho New Meat Perfection Kerosene at Klauer Swanson Big cut in Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at Keecli of Elk was a visitor among1 friends here Decora tlon Clarence of City has been visiting relatives and friends here fhe past and James Kelly came up Saturday from Elk Point for a few days visit with relatives and Miss Viola Tresler returned yes terday to her position in Sioux after a visit here with relatives and Batchelder and child of have been vis iting relatives and friends here the past Miss Molle closed her engagment aE trimmer in Miss Farnhams millinery and departed Tuesday for her home dt and Moore and of Elk were Sunday visitors of the family of his and who had been visiting at the home of her west of returned to Sioux City Poison will speak on the sub The Christian and next Sunday evening at the Christian Allare cordially Invited to Delia who is employed n the Davidson companys tore at Sioux visited at the lome of her and over Weidenfeller and family went o Hawarden to attend the funeral Saturday of his Andreas Weid An unusual occurrence was he fact that six nephews of the de leased acted as Yeutter was down from Sioux falls the first of the negotiat ng for the purchase of Mil ers confectionery and which he will probably take posses Ion of in a short Dave Gulllaume arrived last Thurs ay from where he Jeft ils bride for a more extended visit vith She joined him here he first of the They will eside in Henry Johnsons a block southeast of the The sale of New Century Cultivators vill break ail records of Cultivator ales this I have sold forty ix and delivered thirtyseven al eady this season of this particular and out of the lirtyone of them took thenew clo erleaf surface I In all robability pun short of these ma and anyone wanting one will o well to phone or call on me at If the water prevents a elephone and I will deliver goods cross the Miss Murel who has been eaching German in university and igh school at came over ast Friday for a brief visit with rel tlves and before departing or where she will study nd From she will ake passilge on the Cunard liner Ca going to where she ill visit Miss Mary for merly resided here with her She will take a ourse in the university at and expects to eturn before the opening of the uni erslty at Vermlllion in he young womans friends here and t Vermllllon wish her a most pleas nt and profitable Her fa Boyson accompanied her Bee Supplies of all at KlauerSwanson Gable arrived from LeMars last Friday to visit his sons northeast of Scanlon arrived yesterday from called by the illness of his and Tromaine and northwest of were Sioux City visitors Olaf Anderson arrived last Friday from where ho has been em ployed in a photograph McCorkell went to Sioux City accompanying his of who has been visiting and down from near Chats worth last Fri He continues to improve slow ly from the effects of an operation a few weeks Miss Edith has for somo time been employed as assist ant in the returned to her homo in Elk Point Harry Clark has resumed his position in the Martin Smythe is drilling a company of young people for an en tertainment to be given in the near future for the benefit of tho Ladies Aid The date will be announced Sioux City Sunday Journal Fields has been called to South Haven by the serious ill ness of her Christ who is well known in Sioux City having visited here Harry of Nebras arrived last Friday to visit her fa and other relatives west of Her who has been staying with his grandfa ther and attending will re turn home with Smith suffered an at tack of kidney trouble on Thursday of last and until Monday her condition was very but she has since been making encourageing Her of and of ar rived Saturday and remained at her bedside several Her AJva Ficklin and James of Sioux also came up Stock shipments Chicago Satur day were as follows Reemts eight cars of cattle Hultgren two cars of cattle and two cars of hogs one car of hogs one car of hogs Wilier one carload of Accompanying the ship ment were John and Reemts and Schneiderheinze Henning The follow ing shipment was made to Sioux City 1 I A wearable fabric that thoughtful women will because of its unlimited scope of Soiesette possesses a lustrous tex ture and finish that aquals silk Its ability to stand repeated laundering is truly a revela Wears fully three times as long as yet costs but onethird as Especially appro priate for dainty house or call ing misses and childrens Comes in all colors Hot Weather Shirts Soft Collar Shirts are the most com fortable in warm See our beau tisul line of BRIGHTON SHIRTS in light and dark to Bring Ua Your Produce for Cash or Trade Mens and Boys Work Shoes Buffalo Calf Shoes for the Man Who Works are the best the most comfortable and are neatly A Shoe having all these qualities is sure ly the most Just received another sizing up invoice of these popular Mens Canvas Shoes The kind that are cool and The regular values are a our sale price only ReadyMade Dresses for Ladies and The low prices we are selling these at are astonishing the 25 cents and Unele Sams Breakfast Food A NEW Breakfast Food that will make you feel It has medical properties in addition to being a perfect Give it a Picnic Goods The Picnic Season is now upon and we have the pioper goods for your Picnic Cove Sliced Cookies and Crackers in Canned Can New AllOyer Laces and New Embroidery Flouncings in very dainty MENS AND BOYS HATS AND newest and swellest ideas are shown at popular We sell Chick Food and all kinds of Poultry Supplies John one car of hogs and two cars of cattle one car of and Herman one car of PIONEER WOMAN DEAD Sioux Ayrault delivered the accalaureate sermon to the Akron igh school graduating class of 09 n tho church Sunday eve ng before a congregation that well lied tho His subject was The Power of a and no erson who listened to his remarks ould help feeling a quickened sense f duty toward striving for the high and better things In He commended the two ineui ors of the graduating class for their tccessful completion of tho id also praised the teachers for heir splendid work during the was a keen disappointment to Miss essle one of the grad that she was unable to oe In ttendauce on account of nor ill she bo ableto deliver her oration the Commencement exercises this Thursday Mother of Nell of This Who Came io Plymouth County in Neil died at her home twelve miles east Ak roii on May at the ripe of 92 5 months and 13 Deceased had been in ill health many but tho immedi ate cause of her death was heart fail Ann Mclunis was born in Cape Brit Nova December She waa married to Neil Robertson lu 1839 They immigrated to Am erica in coming to Sioux City and homesteadlng la Washington Plymouth county In where Robertson died in 1884 and where she lived up to the time of her Nine children wero born to two having died in Those living are John and of this county of Sioux City of Oregon at homo of and of All were present at tho funeral except received bin message a rw minutes loo late to allow him to Robertson united with the Presbyterian church in Nova Scotia jit an early age and was ono of the first tho Johnson town ship Prosbytcriaii in which she took active and whore the funeral services wero conducted Fri May by of Sioux and of Her long life was filled with in which devptioii to home and fam ily and Christian helpfulness were marked AKRON TWICE WINNER With Orlan Moore Hawar den and Elk Point are That Akron has a fast baseball ag gregation was demonstrated Saturday and Monday in the contests with the nines from Hawarden and Elk in both games the local players win ning with comparative Saturday afternoon the Hawarden high school which was a con tender for the state high school cham camo For five in nings the locals did not givethe vis iting nearchamps anything that re sombled a at which time the threatening rain put an abrupt end to the Akron scored In tho second inning Eustace got to first on a dropped third strike and made the entire circuit on Hawardens er In tho fourth Rox Smith took a walk on four wide stole second and galloped over the home pan when Vorne Swift made the only safe hit of the Mecter pitched a clever game for the Orlnn who has been out of the game for over a year on account of the dislocation of his right shoulder in a football on the firing line for Akron show ing all his oldtime He was simply and had the game yone tho full limit there is no ques tion as to what the result would have The score by innings Ha 1 0 1 2 2 Struck by Bason on Moo 1 off Passed 2 by Hex Stolen of Hawarden 2 Akrons lineup Rex c 1b 2b ss Koch and lib If Guy at Swift Clarence Barr the Iowa at of this also played at third base for Elk so that a very strong lineup was Orlan Moore pitched an other splendid game and was given excellent support by his teammates at every critical stage of the con Akron began scoring in the sec ond Lionel Eustace drew a A large crowd turned out to Decoration day game and saw Ak trim Elk Point to The Elk Point team consisted the regu lar town one oi Bud having formerly played In base on balls of which he received four during the game and scored each stole went to third on Williams sacrifice and scored on a passed Elk Point got its total of in the fourth Steckman got free passage to went to sec ond on a passed and Browning also got u Both basemen ad vanced on Goodwins perfect sacri Hone thon laced out a clean single that scored both Steckman and Akron forged to the front in ils half of the Swift reached first on sacrfiico and stole sec ond and Eustace walked for the second Both tallied when Paul Williams cracked out a clean hit After this stago of the same it was n comedy of errors so frtr as Elk Point was and an easy walkaway for the homo Tom Curry started twirling for the but he was rather orrattic and our boys began to touch him up quite so that Steckman re lieved him in tho box at the opening oi tho sixth but the change made no visible difference in tho local lads scoring In the sixth Will of the local in trying to catch a foul ball near u was kicked in tho hip by ono of the tho ball striking the It thought for a time that he was quite badly but he soon recovered and pluckily continued playing tho game to the Tho score by innings Akron 0 I 0 2 2 i 3 0 EJk Point 00020000 2 off Struck C by G by Base on 3 by 2 by Passed 3 by Er 6 Hit by pitched Stolen of Elk Point Swift of and Akrons lineup c p Ib and rf 2b Eus ss 3b If Guy cf rf and To All I am now fixed to do all kinds of Windmill and will try and bo vory prompt on any job that any one would want done My prices are right and the work If you have any work to bo or if you wish to buy a on me and you will get a good dual and have a good Job Good Judge at to evidence culling for a now trial of the case of Paul Wendt the Town of Akron last Coun cilman Martin appeared for tho and Wendt and Attorney W Kidd wero also Tho mat tor was taken under advisement by tho judge Putting On Wall Paper that is antiquated is a waste of mo when you con get new and hand some designs for the same price Dont decide on a pattern until you have seen our You know styles change Every pe riod has its charming and if you have u room to the choice lies between many varieties at 6 cents per roll and Druggist   

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