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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - June 24, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME JUNE NUMBER 45 Local News doing Comlrigi Dolngg on the Few Meat Keep your eye Jewel Gasoline at Klauer de John Martin will call for or liver your Phone Falrbrothor was down from Hawarden yesterday for a brief Were equipped to do all kinds of Plumbing Miss Rose Palui went to Sioux City yesterday to Delia visit her Barr returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives and friends in Elk Green Egg and Golden Drop Plums syrup also The Racket Ferris and children went to Monday for a few days visit with Lace full three yards in 65c per pair and as The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest Boyson Knudson and Youngstrom were in Sioux City on business Fay who is taking a course at Rush Medical ar rived home Saturday for the summer vacation Schon came down yester day from accompanying her who had been visiting The Ladies Aid will meet with Stinton next Wednes day June A good at tendance is secretary of the is taking the annual school listing all those between of five and twentyone Neal departed yester day for Adair this in response to a telegram an nouncing the critical illness of her Nell Robertson went to Mer rill yesterday as a delegate to the an nual Sioux district Epworth League in session yes terday and Mesdames Allen and returned last Friday from Brad where they were called by the illness of their Roy They left her much About forty couple attended the dance in the opera house last Thurs day given under the auspices of the Ladies Tabernacle Music was furnished by a local five piece orchestra and everybody a most enjoyable Rasmussen has traded his stock of general merchandise here for land in to Ben or Sioux In Voicing of the stock begin Mon Keep your eye on tho Now Meat Perfection Kerosene at Klauer Swanson Elegant line of from to Ogden went to the county seat Tuesday on Miss Pearl Seamands went to Al ton yesterday to visit her Gerhard residing about ten miles east of has been very ill Miss Vera Ross has been visiting friends at LeMars and Kingsley the past two The Baptist Ladies Mission circle will meet with March next Monday Wall Paints and Painters the right kind at the right Rohrer went to Sioux City on business last Friday and was accom panied by his Keech and children came up from Elk Point yesterday to visit relatives anil Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone James Kuborn and of near were over Sunday visitors at the home of his Regular loc and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to 6c and at The bargains are yours for the Only one car of stock went to Chi cago from here by Ross shipped a car of hogs to Sioux City and Pat Curry and child of Elk were overSunday visitors of the family of his brother northwest of Martin Smythe went to Ha warden where she expects to organize a class In She now has goodsized classes here and at Williams and pupils will give a recital in Jhe Baptist church on Wednesday June to which the parents and ffriends are cordially Warren aud of Alces were visitors last week at the home of her who is ill of His condition does not show much of and her Miss of Jef and the Misses of arrived Tuesday for a visit with the family of the formers Keep your eye on the New Meat Bee Supplies of all at KlauerSwanson Big cut in Wall Paper on everything under regular SOc at who is de pot agent at came up Monday for a brief Cleary came up from Sioux City Monday to visit the family of his south of Davis and his west of left last Friday for a visit at the old home Iowa Blanche Waterbury arrived here Monday for a visit with her children at the Waterbury DROWNS IN SARGENT LAKE OF UNION THE Ogden tersectlon farm has sold his quar a mile and a half east of to Frank Deroches for Adaville and Akron baseball teams are scheduled to play on the local diamond Saturday afternoon of this at 3 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 Oscar of and Was Member of a Fishing Party and Was Crossing Lake to Get His Large Prod a farmer living ton miles northwest of was in Union drowned yester day Wednesday afternoon in Sar gents a few miles west of this under rather peculiar With a party consisting of his bro Arthur and McCon Henry Ralsh and the latters hired he was fishing in the lake the late Using a couple of boats and a they had made a good haul of fish and Fred signified his intention to the other side of of crossing the lake Miss Ethel west of ar rived here Saturday weeks visit with the after which the new proprietor takes Rasmussen will remain here for some time to look after collections and other Bert who has been in Washington state the past few teaching in the public school the past year arrived here yesterday for a visit with the fam ily of his and other relatives and He is accom panied by lljis Miss Nellie of Gone Frank is under a rabbit story that far outrivals any fish story told in these parts for many a While spinning along the smooth roads south of town in his Roo several evenings a big Jack rabbit jumped into the highway a short distance ahead of the machine and Gene promptly accepted the chal lenge for a He began hitting a pretty good without appearing to make much gain when he happened to notice that the animal was acting rather It ran In a zigzag course to be looking back over shoulder in C sort of dazed man The auto sped on and Brer Rabbit began losing Finally the hypnptic spell became so strong that tho rabbit stopped awaited tho notir approach of the auto and Jumped square into the radiator of the Tho blow caused instat death to tho Gene is of tho opinion that the bright lights of the auto either caused the animal to ab solutely lone its bearings or that it was a case of deliberate Harry Clark sold and delivered a fine new 4eylinder auto to of last arid has an order from northwest of a car of the same kind as soon as it can be Grant Barr was arraignedbefore Mayor Moore last charged with assaulting In view of past the mayor tacked on the stiff sentence of fifteen days in the county jail or Barr de cided to live a half month at the ex pense of the and Sheriff Arendt accompanied him to weeks frequent showers are seriously interferingwith corn culti and a little more moisture will force the Big Sioux river out of its which would greatly dam age crops on the A se vere wind is said to hav done con siderable damage north and east of here Sunday and Wood and lit tle of arrived last week for a visit with Ak ron Wood was formerly Miss Maude Sutherland and a teach er In the local Wood has been an instructor in the Colum bus schools the past year and the coming year will teach manual train ing at near They have been guests while here at the home of Miss Ella The Beresford Republic last week mentions the death of of that on June after a long ill ness of His wife and child Miss Elinor and Bu goaio havo boon oper ating the Commercial hotel The family resided in Akron a few from a few latters near The citys new Twentieth Centu ry leveling and ditching ma chine has arrived and will be given an immediate test on the It is expected to work a great improve for whichthere is plenty of Sister superior of Jos ephs left Tuesday for the mother house at for the annual She will return about the first of when the other Sisters of the school go there for the same Smith and her grand Julia and Florence Ham went to yesterday to visit at the home of her Another of Grundy will be and she will also come here with Smith for a Scanlon went to Alcester Tuesday fur a brief with the family of his and Putnam came home Saturday from a pleasant visit of several with their and at with friends in Paul and Minneap where Ills team and wagon wore lo so that he could drive around and load the The other mem bers of the party continued with the fishing and gave no further thought to his absence until the time came when he should have been Then they at once began an investi gation and finally found tracks lead ing to the waters Even then they were not knowing him to be a good so some them went to the Ross Weldon and at their old Cedar Mayor County Clerk Treasurer Kain and Eugene Eilenbecker were over from LeMars last Friday in Dobberts auto billing the town and country for the big celebration to be held at the county seat July They were out on a flying vis iting the towns of Ruble and Crathorne within a few The muchtalkedof eclipse of the which appeared shortly after 6 on Thursday of last was considerably disappointing to people here who had expected to see about years The conducting a restaurant remains were taken to the for old family Coe is remem bered here as a kindly old and friends oxtend sympathy to the bereaved half of Old scured by the Sols countenance ob moons The eclipse began at the appointed time and the western sky was enab ling people to get a fine view by means of smoked The shadow came on from the north side of the passing off gradually at the and at no time did Itappear that to exceed onefourth of the sur face was Before dundown nothing of the phenomena was visi nor was there any noticeable darkening of the light of The chickens went to roost at the usual seasonable hour and the superstitious ones were given no cause for The Ordinance provides that all trees whose limbs overhang the side trimmed so as to between the walk walks shall be leave eight feet and the lowest also that all grass and weedsshall bo removed on the parkings between tho sidewalks a short distance and tel ephoned to the Henry Uuish to learn if he had stopped Re ceiving a negative they re accompanied by Weldon and other to resume the search at the With darkness coming some of tho searchers came to town and torches and grappling and a number from here went out to assist in the At about the body was recovered near the small island at the south end of the not far from shore and in only about four feet of This is at a point opposite from where the tracks led to the waters showing that he had swam across the deepest The remains were at once brought to Johnsons undertaking estab lishment There has been considerable specu lation regarding certain marks and a few bruises on the drowned mans but these were undoubt edly caused while the body was be ing To account for the body being found in such shallow wa the theory is advanced that possi bly he may have been siezed with In order to remove any Coroner Ellis was summoned from Beresford and will conduct an inquest here this Thursday after when all the facts in the case will be brought Herschler came here from Ida ho over a year ago and has been op erating the farm owned by his bro ten miles northwest of this He was fortyfour years of age and is survived by a wife and nine three brothers and two One Amelia of Des arrived here for a visit the same evening her brothers The eiitire commun ity extends its sympathy to the be reaved relatives in their sad afflic A Ben died only about a year All the new and standard shades of Silks are and as we buy these goods direct from the we are in a position to show the new things and at right New Ribbons Full line of widths and colors in our pop ular all Silk Taffeta Ribbon are now on Ribbon Special 6Q Taffeta all regular val ues 22c our special price yd Wash Goods Remnants All the smaller ends go at small val ues up to 35c go 18c Summer Underwear Can save you at least Mi on your Under wear the big sample line purchased a few days ago at a big offers an un usual bargain event in these seasonable SKoes Two big lots of highgrade Footwear arrived the past the worldrenowned Douglas Shoes are winning the hearts of the men and boys of as our output is stead ily Bring in the children and fit them out with a pair of Kepner Scott we are prepared to flit all feet in patent and dull also a snappy line of Tans and Childrens White Canvas Oxfords and Barefoot Groceries Canning time is here and we are here with a full line of Fruit Jars and try some of those new air tight sealers for Mason The new fruit from the coast has begun to put in an DKIEW FHUITS SPECIAL Evaporated Ib Ring Cut Ib 4Crown Seeded 16 oz Good per Dried per Dried finest 5Jb Pail Good Roasted Extra Quality Uncolored Japan We have a now Button Machine and can make clotjicovered Buttons in the popular you can get this item iess here than from out of town Our guarantee goes with every back if not you think of any thing more fair than Agents for Celebrutecl STANDARD PATTERNS Highest MarKet Price for Your Produce leased it in tho struggle to get Borg visited Johnsons fam ily for some time last and he also worked for He was 34 i months and 2 days of and Henrik west of left last Friday for a visit Boy Killed By Falling It is reported hero the 12yeai old sou of John of Grant this was killed Mon day by a falling The funeral was held there MARRIED WATERBURYREUNNELS In Elk June Dolbert of Ak and Miss Bessie Reun of The ceremony was performed at the Baptist Bird The newlymarried cou ple came to Akron after the cere mony and will remain guests at tho home of his parents and until the first part of when they go to tho brides farm near Bartlett to make their fu ture The groom has always resided and his friends extend their wishes in this newfound Drowned In Henry of this re ceived the sad information last week of the accidental drowning of his half Ben near his home at Mount Tho of that says Borg and a Joe hired a team and drove to the neighboring town of Benld on Wednesday afternoon of last They returned in the eve but the meantime a heavy had which tHey were compelled to Arriving at the creek bank and see ing how high the water they en deavored to but the team and the Take notice and lnto thc 8troaw this done at or tho stueet com missioner will do it and have tha costs charged to the out and managed to reach but Ben stayed in the rig and in the darkness lost his life the rnsh i ing His remains were recov j ered the next and the Imr MILKY WAY Dip contains 5 per ness lma buggy were also but more Lice and Germ killing the horse was How the aul proportles than any other mal got out of the harness was a Sweet Perfumes that rival the fragrance of flowers are in our assortment of se cure airtight buttles and therefore full WE HAVE THE BEST MAKES of Toilet Waters and Perfumery in our large stock and can promise sat isfaction to thc most fastidious lady in this Also a complete line of highclass Toilet but it ia possible Beu re S Druggist 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 OUR CREAM HAULERS cover the territory adjacent to and if you have Cream to notify us and youll be called The Famous CREAM which we beat anything on the If in need c a give us a line of Separator and can furnish same on short Han ford Produce ARTHUR AGENT Phone 86   

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