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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - July 15, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME JULY NUMBER 48 Local News Qolngi Comlngi Doing Keep your eye on the New Mea Jewel Gasoline at Klauer Swanson Martin went to Sioux City o x business Miss Pauline Frederickson went t Sioux City last John Martin will call for or de your Phone Lace full three yards in per pair and as The Akron Creamery wants you mlik and Highest prices anc honest MyVon Mudgett and daughte went to Orange City Tuesday for a visit at the home of her1 Misses Wilhelma Minnie Bug Bert and Lena of an are guests this week oftheir friends and Neal returned Monday from where she was called three weeks ago by the death of her Fannie and Fowler and son of Sioux arrived yester day for a visit at the home of their west of The ladies of the wil i give a tencent social at the home of Wise on July Further announcement will be uade next Ray the RegisterTribune departed last Friday for Fort to join his wife and sou in a visit with He ex pects to be absent about two Hiss Esther Peterson returned Fri day from a visit with relatives and friends in the vicinity of She was accompanied by her Miss of Rock who will remain here several Herman of Sioux and her Leo of ar rived yesterday for a few days visit the family of the formers Bis Frank Kuborn and Dorothy and returned Mon day from a ten days visit with rela tives at They were held at Alton several hours by a belayed train and had to drive down from Hawar den in the KBIT went to where she will sing at tlio wedding of her Miss Clara to George which takes place at noon Miss Tate has numerous friends in hav visited The groom is the eldest sou of and of Wheat took another big jump on the Chicago board of trade yester quotations for July delivery ad vancing 7 cents a bushel after a very stormy The top price paid during the day was which es tablishes a new record for this season of the Heavy rainfall in the wheat belt and consequent predictions of crop shortage were the principal reasons for the and some even venture to predict that wheat may go up to The flurry has cuusec a oprrospomllng in the price wheat on the Reports circulated around town yes terday of a holdup iii the residence district the previous night prove to have been greatly exaggerated so far as reliable information goes to It was generally reported and believed for a time that August Heuko and Frank while on their way home ut an early were stopped by highwaymen and relieved of their visible supply of it was lost and Barr 35 The show there was no or even an attempt at About one oclock yesterday Honko locked up his feed stable and started home in company with Frank In the vicinity of Jenkins residence they encountered a rough looking stranger who inquired something about lie departure of a freight Recognizing the follow us one of the numerous tramps hang ing around town during the Honko discreetly decided that he had business to attend to downtown and returned to spend the balance of the night at his placo of Mar shal upon being notified of the suspicious put on his gumshoos and nuido u still hunt for but Keep your eye on the New Mea Perfection Kerosene Klauer Swanson Elegant line of from to of wa an Akron visitor Smith and Blddlecome were Sioux City visitor Wall Paints and Painters the right kind at the righ and Jack Neal and familie went to Sioux City today to ajtetu the old soldiers Have Martin Smythe do you Painting and and ge Phone Franlt of ar rived yesterday to visit his parents and Franklin Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and a The bargains are yours foi the of Sioux City has been a guest this week at the home of her re turning home Von Hagel has the local agency for repairs for Champion farm ma also repairs for most othei Give him your who had been visiting at the homes of her Mes dames Nelson and Ora Thomp returned Monday to her home at Yarrow and f who have been visiting at the home of her sis the past month departed today for Miss of who ame here about two weeks ago to undergo an operation for had since been cared for at the iffice of Cliley returned o her home Monday in company with he nurse who had been attending and wtfo been guests at the home of her and NeaV eft Squires going to ieMars for further medical nd Squires going to Wessington where they may again aake their A very destructive hail storm vis ted the vicinity tst greatly damaging Vhole fields of grain were cut down y the hail which were as arge as hens eggs in some everal hours after the storm these tones were gathered up by the pail On the Odin in Sioux twelve young pigs were illed Iby being pelted by the and Clark went to ioux City Tuesday and on eturning the same evening were ac ompanied by her El ira who will remain for a ew days Withthe assistance f Youngstrom and other Ak onltes who were at the Harry rought up two autos and a ourcylinder Maxwell One of ie he has sold to a ermillion and the Maxwell cai as been purchased by John Eric west of B ston and and Port re amgflg those from Akron Who have een attending the Northwest Iowa eterans association which is eing held at Sioux City and Friday of this thors have been prevented from go ig owing to the Inclement nd if the reunion is handled in the sual Sioux City way it is safe to redict they have missed one of tiie upst enjoyable times of their The continued heavy rains prevail ig during the past week have boon f no benefit to winter wheat specially being damaged by the ox of Another rise in the ionx river began last and It une within two or three feet of 10 mark made by the big rise of two oeks Yesterdays downpours out the stream up but after inches rise it is about station ry Yesterdays rains wore of lort but the water Cell in About two miles north Of wherea largo ditch had benn j strongest possible lineups and the the first of thu weok by tlio nil 1spirit of rivalry prevailing will insure oad the overflow from a I warmth in the Tomorrow nail creek swept over the track and Orlan Moore will pitch for Akron and atmed out a considerable amount o Mayette will probably bo sent on the 10 Section cruwa inunedfiring lino by the Wosttlehl itely put the truclf in aliapo so that The catchers will bo for Ak affic waa not greatly and for Miss Minnie Palm went to Siou City Saturday to visit her Mn Delia Sullivan went to Hawarde today for a brief visit with the fam ily of her Green Egg and Golden Dro Plums in heavy syrup also Apricots The Racket Miss Martha Post returned to Slou City last Friday after a visit here a the home of her Frank of cam last Thursday for a visit at the horn of her Ralph Clarkand little o Elk visited over Sunday at th home her and L Misses Lizzie McCorkell and Pear Visnow went to Alton Tuesday for visit at the home of the former stoppe off here last Thursday for a brie visit at the home of his Mrs south of Will who is farming near Mi returned there Monday after a couple of weeks visit will relatives and friends in this vicinity Misses Frances and baugh ters of and de parted Friday for to visit at the home of their us Maxson closed the sale las week of lands in Potter S to of this and to John Johnson and resid ng east of Fred of Min who has been a guest at the home of her John east of returned to ler home Jesse of arrivec lere the latter part of last week and hold a position in Hitzemannb larber shop for a couple of weeks About August 1 he intends going up nto Canada and taking a Frank who is employed in H Rohrers arrived here Monday accompanied by his and they have begun housekeeping in the Mel her residence in the southeast part jf They were married at Har on June of topped off here Monday for a brief isit with James Stinton and other He was on his way home rom at which place he may decide to Several years Swenzer was pastor of the Ldavlile Marion Barr returned last Saturday rom where he vent to receive treatment at fa nous hospital conducted by the At present he is not feeling much His Major of Elk is at he Rochester where she un erwent an operation for appendicitis accompanied by his came down from Chatswortt Saturday afternoon to lead the band t its evening street Bennett has resigned his position as tation agent at llhatsworth and will ake up relief work on the Milwaukee oad for a leaving Monday for Charter The band boys eel truly grateful to Lester for the xcellent asssitance lie has rendered hem in the past and wish him nn ounded success in his future under of who is pending a vacation at his old home was in Akron Veduesday visiting his Paul and renewing some oldtime In the early ones was a resident of Akron for bout a sticking type on the ewspaper published here at that me by Editor Later ho estab shed the Echo at which is ow Jones revived old lemories of newspaper making by a leasant call at this The Akron and Wostfiold baseball cams will fcross bats at Westfield to lorrow Friday afternoon in thi rat game of a series that will bo layed for a The second will be contested on the local rounds Thursday afternoon of next and in case of each toum win ig one of a third game will bo aycd on neutral grounds at a later Both teams will present their A new awning is being placed I front of Marchs drilg equipped to do all kinds o Plumbing Cc Miss Ida of was guest at the Prank homo Tues day Miss Florence Calhoon came u from Sioux City last Friday to visl relatives a few and Antoino Smythe an little son were guests of Elk Poin relatives over Regular meeting of the C on Saturday July A members are urged to be Carlo of is guest at the home of her ststerin tills of D was here the first of the re ceiving medical treatemnt from Di Buyers of summer merchandise wil do well to note the prcies quoted in Rohrers July clearing sale on this Anna of Sioux City who is a sister of and J of this bus taken chargi of the Brewer hotel at Coburn came up from Sioiu City Sunday for a visit at the home of his Biddlecome He went to Hawarden Monday for a visit with his mother an dother rela was accompanied by his Miss Clarice When the evening passenger train arrived yesterday there were also wo long gravel tfains and a north jound freight standing in the loca The sidetracks could not ac commodate the long string of grave and freight and it required some skillful maneuvering by the trainmer enable the passenger to get All northwest and Plymouth ounty in feels elated over tho election of of Lie as grand exalted ruler of the which occurred yesterday at the national convention at Los Angeles Sammis was elected n the first ballot by a narrow margi over his only Gerry Her the wellknown Cincinnati base ball It is said Sammis election as grand exalted ruler will ring the national Elks headquarters o The Trip Round the World con ucted Tuesday evening under auspi es of the Epworth League proved to ie a most novel and delightful social More than sixty passengers mrchased tickets for the tour at the which located at Marchs drug and were taken n automobiles and carriages to the en residences which had been deco ated to represent the different coun ries to be visited on the At of these homes the travelers vere given entertainment and served with refreshments in conformity with he nationalities With uch a varied menu all appetites were urely well and everyone ividenced hearty enjoyment of the Married in North The many friends of M who has conducted a nilliuery store in Akron for several will learn with pleasure of her carriage on July to of Elk the uremony taking place at the home f Chamberlains near sTews of this happy event came as n agreeable surprise to people vhere the bride is so well known and Strobel has been in usiness at Elk Point for a number f After a wedding trip to the lack and Strobol will ome to Akron to New Fish and Game On July the uew Iowa sh and gamo law went into he result is that it will be neces ary for all hunters in the state to ecure state licenses before they can ursiie their vocation without fear of ie The same will bo true ot omo The now law stalea that no pur 011 shall kill or take ny wild bird or game in this with a without first pro a There has been quite a general mis nderstandiiiK regarding the fish any people have thought it necos ary to urocitro u license lo fish as ell as to arc re uired for fishing only whou nota or ROHRER Our July Clearing Sale gains in momentum as the July days are rolling This week we add a host of bargains in ad dition to those named in last weeks issue of the Prices are simply to the lowest The Green Price Tickets tell the The regular prices gave way to the July Clearing Sale which is rapidly spreading all over the every department is effected by this great July Clearing Friday morning we add the following bargains to our last weeks and many more not enumerated here for lack of WHITE GOODS Medium weight and shoor doslrablo 50o yd 25c yd 20o yd IGc yd India lOo yd TABLE LINENS Bleached 85c I35c COo r0p 50c quality yd 3Do lOc Huyd NAPKINS sale price 200 Pillow Case Special Beadymade Pillow linen size regular 20o WHITE APRONS Made of fine with in sertion aud lace and embroidery trim 50c KNIT UNERWEAR Our entire Sample Purchase at price to clean up the A word to the BED SPREADS Cut Irlntfod mid regular all go at July Clearing Salo Table Padding 50o July sale Laces Our entire stock of these goods ut off during our July Clciirauco Many short lengths at A and Do not miss this LACE CURTAINS Laco Curtain and Door Panel also Drapery foods at off during our July Turkish Toweling 17in 20o yd Extra Special for one beginning Friday 5 yds A pron Gingham So value sale pries per yd lot to oach customer ouch DC Special of July 5e 2 paokaoes Sewing Society Needles July from 8 to 8 4 Cakes Trilby Soap 1 lot to a 5c Muslin Underwear Tho entire stock goes ut July clear ance sale CORSET COVERS Laco and Embroidery MUSLIN DRAWERS A grand assortment made of lino material mid neatly Hisses and Childrens Drawers 25c 15o Muslin Night downs Cut full liiffh and low extra Misses Night downs 50o MUSLIN SKIRTS Made witli plenty ol good full MISSES SKIRTS 07o vill be necessary when a hook and ine is used in the inland The law provides for a fine of not ess than 25 and not more than or any the In order to secure a license it is ecessary for the applicant to fill out blank before a notary public or jus ice of the giving a complete escription of so that the ame warden will have no difficulty n identifying After this blank 5 filled out and sworn to it is re uired of the applicant to pay to the ounty auditor 1 for the license if e is a resident of the and he is a The money received from these li enses is to be forwarded to the state reasurer aud will be used in de rayiag the expenses of the depart ment of the state fish aud game war Every deputy game warden in has been provided with pani hlets explaining this so the ise hunter will provide himself with BORN A to and Oscar east of July A to George of ut the omo of his aud in uly Baled Hay For Fields AKRON MARKET uinos aro used in the rivers forming boundary of tills No license COKKKOTKO EVEKY OOo 40o Corn G2o OOo 08n 02o OOa Eggs 17o Great Closing Out At the DicK HaucK Store General StocK to be Reduced Owing to overstock and want of room to suitably display my fine stock of I have decided to close out at at least onehalf of my im mense These goods are not damaged or infirm but as good in every respect as any city store has in I will guarantee to make prices that no catalog house will dup Owing to the extremely low prices 1 shall I would like sales as near cash as the usual favors if be given to all those who wish and who have good All goods marked in plain figures and at sacrifice prices and no further discounts to be Come and see what 1 can save HAUCtt First National BunK DlocK   

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