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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - July 22, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME JULY NUMBER 49 Local News doing Coming Dolngf Keep your eye on the New Meat The band will resume Its street concerts Saturday Honuing Shoulberg was a passen ger to Sioui City John Martin will call for or de liver your Wintersteen went to Wai Worth Tuesday to look at Groon and Golden Drop PlUinsJn heavy syrup also The Racket The Akron Creamery wants your nilik and Highest prices and honest The Baptist Ladles Mission Circle Will meet next Monday afternoon at thu home of Samuel Vsinow Rasmussen went to Mara at which place his conducts a gen oral Robert Ross joined the ranks of the autoists last by purchasing a fourcylinder car from Harry Miss Hannah Lubens came down from Chatsworth Monday and is a guest at the home of her August Elvira Wynes returned to her home In Sioux City last Friday after a tew days visit with her of de parted yesterday for her home after a pleasant two weeks visit with her and south of The thermometer has registered in close proximity to the 100 degree mark nearly every day the past It is great weather for the ice cream and soda water Carl who was pastor of the Akron Church of Christ about two years arrived here yesterday for a visit with He has recently been attending the Drake university at Des Arthur DArville arrived home to day from an enjoyable two weeks vacation at Hot The other the Akrrfn party at that place will remain for a few days Paul of Ver who has had charge pf the Hanford cream station during DArvillos will return home latter part of the Strange as It may more rain would be welcomed by the farmers just Whatever may have been the opinion a week or so when it seemed as though the ground had Keep your eye on the New Mea Elegant line of from to Fields was up from City last Saturday on Jesse Norrls was at on business the first of the Johnson and Bradle were passengers to Sioux City yester day Wall Paints and Painters the right kind at the rlgh Have Martin Smythe do youl Painting and gei Phone Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and ai The bargains are yours for the Theodore Lamoreaux and daughter of visited Saturday anc Sunday at the home of his Smith returned today from where he has been conducting a piano sale for a couple of Searls came down from Sioux Falls last Saturday for a brief visit at the home of his and of a for mer resident and business man of spent Sunday here with rela tives and oldtime On July the ladies will serve ice cream and cake in the Waterbury west of Vargasons on Reed Miss Pearl Bader returned to Ha warden after a visit with her aunt and and Miss Mabel Whitney went with her for a brief A dance will be given in the Ak ron opera house this Thursday eve to which the public is cordially Music will be furnished by the Smith Townsley mandolin and guitar Walter of and west of who had been visiting at New arrived here Tues Keep youf eye on the New Meat Max Frederlckson vis ited at Ohatsworth over of Sioux was an Akron business visitor Big out in Wall Paper on everything under regular at Tenoent social by the at the Wise homo tomorrow Fri day of Elk visited here yesterday with the families of her Antoiiie and Tally and of Mo Sunday and are guests of her and Miss Pearl Seamands went to Mara for a visit fat the home of her Miss May I have for sale the and the Vs of the 86 of section Johnson and also the of sec iou in Sioux If inter phone or Jacob Koe MEETS WITH BAD ACCIDENT Rose Burke Sustains Serious Frdbture of Limb In Jumping from a Buggy Sunday In jumping froin a buggy when tho vehicle about to overturn on a short distance northwest of Rose Burke met with a very seriotia accident late last Sun day Accompanied by her who works on a farm across the Mrs oclock in the a home of her dau in Siojix and her started out about 5 nioon to go to tho Her alley 4U4 about all the moisture it it is a fact that the excessive heat of the past few days has baked the soil and roads in tho to such a degree that one would almost be lieve there had been no rainfall for 1 several Chester Cllley and ten yoarold Akron had an experi ence they will not soon forget while bathing in the bayou above tho mill dam Tuesday Coming to tho surface from a young Mohr himself beyond his depth and being called by the serious acci dent which befell their sister and Rose Mohr and Ogden went to Westfield Saturday afternoon and had little difficulty in carrying off the high honors inthe shoot held by the Westfield gun Sach secur ed a first and second place in the two tenbird events in which they The gasoline which has been operated on the river here the past two or three was shipped this week to one of its called his companion for assist Chester pluckily swum out to who Immediately clasped him about the and It was only after a hard struggle tfie former man to carry him safely to shallow Reposing snugly In a market basket In a cool corner of one of Akrons general storew arc six motherless Ht Llu bearing conclusive ovi Ucinoo that somo farmers In this vicin ity aro either ignorant of or woe fully lacking In respect for a stringent provision of tho Iowa pure food when the employes of this by tho have acquired HoinuLhlng of a reputation as chicken and do not fool badly over this purclMBo of poultry at seven teen cents por dozen inspected the produce brought in the day they were surprised to find those six downy chicks in one of tho egg whore they had probobly boon hatched out by tho oxcesslvo It would lio a difficult matter for the parties who Hold those eggs to con vince any slato pure food Inspector who might happen along the lion fruit ii question was of very recent product when it wim brought In to Tho little chicks appear happy and contented In tliolr homo In Hie seemingly conscious that thorn IB no danger of their ho lug packed oft to au Earl who is now located at said Earl gets the boat because none of the other boys have ever been able master its moods and A large touring auto of Italian mako attracted much attention during Its brief stop here Monday to re place a punctured The car bore a New Jersey license tag and was in the chargo of a simonpure French The passengers wore an elderly gentleman and his young It was stated by the chauffeur that the tiro which recciv a puncture in coming up from West field had on tho machine ever since tho start was made from New The Adolph Metis harness shop was closed Saturday evening on a writ of attachment secured by Eliza wife of tho Deputy Sheriff Raver coming over from Le Mars and turning tho koys on the es This action came as a chapter hi domestic difficulties In the which woro brought before the public about a week when Metz caused her husbands ar rest on a chargo of disturbing tho At the hearing of tho case In Justice Smiths court last Satur day tho defendant ad judged guilty of tho chargo and fined and Immediately after his Mbtz turned over his bus Inossto the Meyer Saddlery of Sioux which was his heav iest and last Friday Rem a representative of the came up and assumed charge of the business until relieved from duty by Herman of Sioux Jity and Leo Centli of who had ieen guests for a few days at the lome of the formers returned to their re pective homes and Elmer Greenleaf re urned Sunday afternoon from a wed ing which included visits at iioux Omaha and They ave begun housekeeping in the resi ence formerly occupied by the familj f on Reed Miss Mable Eberly came up from last Thursday eve ing and was a guest at the Vade home until She ill not teach school liere the coming ear having decided to take a course t Morningside Everybody is invited to attend the tencent social to be given by the at the home of Chas Wise tomorrow Friday Ve hicles to transport guests will leave the Ogden residence on east Reed street at and Walcottand lit tle of Sioux came up Tuesday and are visiting at the Williams southeast of Walcott was formerly Miss Reuchling and resided with her par ents in this vicinity a few years The will give an ice cream social at the Williams home on next Wednesday July All those who wish to at tend are requested to gather at the Searls where convey ances will be Everyone is Dan Smith and John Ross de parted last Friday for and other Pacific coast expecting to make about a months They were accompanied by their who had been visiting relatives in this vi cinity several carrier 011 rural route departed last Friday with his family for Marshall where they will spend his va cation of two weeks In visiting his relatives in that Anway has two brothers and a sister re siding there whom he has not seen for thirteen Melvin Smith is as substitute on the route dur ug Auways In Justice Roots court Tuesday WatcrDury brought a suit against Henry south of for the sum of claimed to be due for automobile tire protectors pur hased by defendant from the plain tiffs somo months of was attorney for and Noll Robertson for Watorbury Wilier maintained that he had purchased the goods on trial and hoy had proven The ury returned a verdict in favor of ho plaintiffs for Kuudson mot with u very nilnful accident Saturday afternoon vhlloHhe family was out auto riding n one of Waterburys After crossing the river by they entered a single buggy awaiting them on the South Dakota Ste phen When they had gone but a few Burkes Veil was blown and iri turning around to go back after if the horse became unmanageable and backed up into a ditch by the of tho Burke alighted from tho buggy and went to the horseu but when she had resumed her seat the ani mal became and when the buggy seemed about at the point of all three of its occupants leaped to the Burke was somewhat stunned by the fall and first became aware of her serious injury wnen she saw blood gushing from herright Upon further examination she saw that the bone was broken off sriuarely juut above the ankle and protruded two Inches from the Fearing she might bleed to Burke called to her who fastened the hitching strap from the harness tight ly above the wound and then ran to the Kennedy home nearby to summon The little was badly and ran all the way back to crossing the dan gerous holes washed out of the grade in A few minutes who was on the way to his ranch northwest of came up and found the injured woman almost insensible from the intense He carried her to the Butcher farm a short distance where she was cared for until the arrival of Gil ley and Kerr about half an hour after the The physicians found the upper portion of the broken bone badly and it was necessary for them to remove a piece nearly two inches in Burke was removed to her home in Akron late Sunday where she is now resting quite At present every thing points favorably to her regain ing full use of the broken Be sides this serious compound Burke sustained a number of painful bruises from the A subscription paper was circulated for the relief of who is a widow with several and the good peoblo of Akron have shown their sympathy in a very substantial over being pledged at the present ROHRER July Clearance Sale Has been in progress two All prices quoted in that time are still in excepting when a time limit was and will so continue until the end pf Many more snaps all over the store this The price re ductions are so radical that every item reduced is simply an outstanding If you have not visited this store since the July Clearing Sale do not de lay coming any Your money will buy almost twice as many goods as 3ou have been in the habit of getting in the past Remnants This will be Remnant Week in our July Clearing After two weeks of rapid and deep pricecutting there is bound to be many short ends and broken of these must move out in dollars worth of these goods can be be bought for about SOc NEW BARGAINS New bargains are added daily to those that have been mentioned in our previous We name some to go into effect Friday Mens and Boys Dress Shirts 1 regular price will go at July Sale price 1 regular price to go at July Sale price for Straw Hats All Hats up to SOc July Sale 25C BORN A to and July A to and Harry southeast of July On the voad near the Fanin lorth of one of tho auto wheels an over the end oC a piece oC wll ow fuucu post about two foot which went spinning through the air tho attachment served by the dopjand struck Kuudson with great nty MeU left for force across the For a City Saturday moment she was by the blow commenced divorce proceed ings and It was necessary to have the in In the Plymouth county district j jury dressed by a Had the charging her husband with cruel and I end of Hie stiok struck Kuud liihuimiu Sho aks for the accident might have result temporary orl moBt Leo Douglass went to Omaha to dw on Morse is a Sioux City busi ness visito Andrew Paulson was at the first of the week on land busi Read the new of Weiidts Corner Store in this Some exception al bargains in summer goods remain ing in stock are Uowrter and northeast of wont to lust Friday ur a visit at the home1 of her Ray Ogdon and two children departed last Friday for a visit with her parents and other relatives at Humboldt and Ogden accompanied them to Hawur and of Los New were vlsU tors last Thursday and Friday at the home of his west of They were recently called to vicinity soriouti illness of hor mother at this and Munriu Meyers and little roturred to their home near last Satur day uftor a mouths visit with rela tives In Akron and They wore accompanied by Meyers little LtiwronxiO who will make his home Suspenders 1 lot Suspenders up to 35c sale 1 lot Suspenders worth July Sale I9c 39C Umbrellas Every Umbrella in the store at Vs off for the balance of Better come in the SHADE and out of the Dress Gingham Worth 124c and 15c a July Sale IOC Taffeta and Ribbon 60 all worth 2Sc a sale I5C Clothes BasKets Clothes a good 2Sc sale I5C GROCERIES CANNED 4 cans DRIED per Ib FRUIT JAR per BAKING 1 Ib HEAD lOc sale price per OneDay Specials Limited 1 Lot to Customer JULY 23 1 lot items worth up to each JULY 24 5 Ibs Seedless JULY 20 8 yds Mosquito JULY 27 Sib Package Mothers JULY 28 6 Ladies 5c JULY 29 One 5 Ib pkg Kirkoline Washg Jesse Norris was a passenger to Sioux City this Miss Minnie Palm returned yester day from a ten days visit in Sioux The Ladies Aid will meet with Hauck next Wednes day DePue returned here Tuesday after a six weeks stay at his old According to the Elk Point Major Barr and formerly of intend going from there to Sioux City to Miss Theckla Hanson returned Sun day from Elk where sho had been assisting in the Union County In vestment companys store a couple of Will Martin and two who had been guests at the home of her husbands and for a couple of returned last Friday to their home at Cedar Misses Lizzie McCorkell and Pearl Visnow returned last Thursday from where they visited a few days at tho home of the formers Hylnk and baby returned with them for a brief Burrill left Monday for Hu and on He owns a fine halfsection farm near the latter on which Aduin Lee formerly of this Is lo and will look after some im provements to be mudc on tho prop Miss Bezie who has a posi tion in the Chicago re turned to her duties there last Friday after a vacation of throe weoks spent in visiting hor and John northeast of and other relatives and friends In this Her little ac companied JIIss to Chicago for a few weeks Baled Hay For Sale Fields Great Closing Oxit At the DicK Hauch Store General Stoch 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 1 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 thosj 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 I can save HAUCH First Nutlohul BanK   

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