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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - July 29, 1909, Akron, Iowa VOLUME JULY NUMBER 50 Local News dolngi Coming Doing Mea Keep your eye on the New Kent visited in Bile Poin this Adolph Mela has again taken charg of his harness and Antolne Smythe vis ited hi Elk Point John Martlii will call for or de liver your Phone Harry plarj went to Siou City yesterday to visit relatives and Cobb and family autoed to Rock Valley Tuesday for a brief vist with Orucn Egg Golden Drop Plums in heavy syrup also Apricots The Racket Miss Pearl Seamands returned las Saturday from a few days visit with friends at Anway and family returnet Tuesday from a visit of two weeks at Avith and Ferris and child ron visited the family of his brother in Hudson the first of the The Akron Creamery wants your mlik and Highest prices and honest Wise has been limping around with a cane since Sunday as the re pult of running a small nail in his Misses Grace Klecman and Emma Hitzemann went to Hawarden last evening for a brief visit with the for mers Eat with the ladies Saturday evening of this in the building two doors west of opera house block on Reed Hagel has the local agency for repairs for Champion farm ma also repairs for most other Give him your Miss Clara of who had been visiting her Misses Vina and Esther for several returned home Cobb has received several display cases for confectionery and toilet which add the finishing touch to the fine new fixtures in his drug Miss Beatrice Douglass returned Friday after a very enjoyable three months visit with relatives and friends at andAber Myron Mudgett and daugh returned last Friday from a two weeks visit with her parents at Orange and were ac companied homo by her Miss Dona Dunn returned last Friday from few weeks stay at points in Ho reports that the stand of corn in that section is something the stalks having attained a height of from ten to fourteen Tomorrow Friday evening a fine concert will be given in the Union Crook Swedish Lutheran by Algot violin Instructor at and John of Sioux instructor of Supper will served in he old church building afterthe All are cordially Rex who has been catching for the National Bloomer baseball toam on a trip through Ok lahoma and Texas the past two returned homo last Rex has gained valuable experience in tho national game whllo on the roud tho past two and will propnbly try out with a league team next i A move Is now under way to per manently repair tho washedout grade on tho South Dakota northwest of Tho authorities over there are said to have raised about toward lengthening the present bridge and raising tho Akron will also bo to make a liberal contribution toward this improvement which is so important to the towns business interests but tho merchants arc unanimously agreed that their money must go toward repairs that will bo of a substantial and porma uout that will In Hiiro against interferences with travel when tho river is at flood It has beon possible to drive around the bad places in tho grade by going onto Antone Honkes but it a said he Is preparing to put Uli a fence that will atop this en again thoro uutll repairs uro Keep your eye on tho New Mea Cross was a Hudson buslnes visitor last Elegant line of from to Searls and Nol were Sioux City visitors and Goodwin visited overSunday with relatives In Sioux Lillibrjdge came over from on business re turning of visited the family of his Clair Wall Paints and Painters the right kind at the right Have Martin Smythe do youi Painting and and get firstclass Phone Oscar of was a guest last Saturday at the home of his Fred Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to 6c and at The bargains are yours for the of Sioux an perienced has been secured by Martin to take charge of the New Royal who is attending an auto school in arrived Sat urday for a visit with his and of has een visiting his Martin and the past and has also baen assisting in the lat ters harness and Tremaine and ler went to Sioux City Tuesday to visit relatives a few and also to enable Tremaine to consult an and Christiansen and went to last Friday to at eud the funeral of their grandson and They returned Muhs went to Harrlsburg for a visit at the home if her soninlaw and and George and to gain he early acquaintance of a little granddaughter who arrived there that of of and Oklahoma erminated a pleasant weeks visit esterday with their rank and with other relatives outhwest of and Smith and Hammer departed Monday for Seattle take in the great AlaskaYukonPa Ifle exposition and will alsoput in everal weeks visiting oldtime Ak on friends at Medical Lake nd other points in Hammer expects to register for one f the claims Uncle Sam is offering Idaho and The warm weather is rapidly ripen ug small grain and farmers are mak ng good headway with harvesting Barley is mostly cut and i the shock or while early ats and spring wheat are falling be ore the The yield and qual promises to be unusually in pite of tho recent continued orn is also making great strides to ward Harvest hands are no nore plentiful than While and outheast of were out riding in heir new Molino auto Tuesday the mchine got into a as lurphey was holding one of the wheels to prevent an injury to tho re on sharp tho machine uddenly started and caught her right and in such a manner as to cut tho rst finger to the bono and inflict ther painful It was noces ary to have the Injury dressed by a Her hand will not bo clis and Ray Smith ami son eturned Tuesday from an enjoyable isit with relatives at Fort A weeks camping in tho ocky mountains Mas a pleasant foa ure of their The editor has eon requested by a number of friends o make something of a writoup of is observations in that which ho will endeavor to do uoxt Tho only unpleasant feature of tho editors leave of absolute was tho unfair advantage taken by tho Keep your oye dn the New Mea Rasmusseu was a passenge to Sioux City Pollock and Claire were Sioux City visitors Fred Peterson returned Saturda from a business trip to D cut in Wall Paper or everything under regular 20c at Blanche Waterbury visited with her children here from Thursday until Miss Grace OReilly went to Beres ford last Friday for a visit with rela tives and Catherine Coyle canio up from Sioux City Saturday for a few days visit at the home of her Gene Irvin left Monday for Mel where he will be em ployed at telephone work for about six Carl Smith departed Friday after a brief visit with friends here He is pastor of the Christian church at Anderson returned last Thurs day from a months stay at Excelsior He reports being considerably improved in Miss Lucy of who has been visiting at the home of her east of went from here to A ball game between the north and south sides of Reed street is being played this Thursday The amateurs will at least be able to work up a good and James of Elk visited relatives and friends lere over He and his bro southwest of have taken claims in North s Frank Bonney and daughter left today for near where her Celia They will visit relatives and Mends in that vicinity for about three with its extreme humid 90 degree was about the most uncomfortable day of the sea There was no relief until far in o the night and many complain of leing unable to Word was received by relatives iere a few sdays ago to the effect hat Will Ross was but not leriously hurt at his ranch near Mil A loaded wagon passed over his No bones were broken ut it will lay him up for a Announcement is made that the aii ual Catholic picnic will be held in Akron on August cora ilete mention of which will soon be This event is usually held on he but that date falls on Sunday his It is likely the Westfield and Akron ball teams will again con est on that Misses Frances of aad Lucy of Sioux arrived Friday for a visit at he home of their uncle and and Satur ay the young ladies departed for he home of the former at Armour were accompanied by Miss Flos le who will visit there uu il the first of west of returned yesterday from a mouths visit with ils soninlaw and and at their home near He brought back some ine samples of Lews wheat and ther small grain that would do full redit to the best producing suction of ho He is also raising some xtra fine sod Olson says he general crop condition up there s most and Edward of terminated u iloasant visit hero yesterday at the lome of her Stin and departed a visit with her rothers at Esmond and operates nn ex cusive rice plantation near Jen Tho ladles and of Le have also been visitors hurc his Frank Barr suffered a quite painful njury Monday noon at the pool vhoto ho WHS doing some starting to descend from tho o stopped upon a ladder which slipped to one side and precipitated him eight feet to tho Ho struck RegisterTribunes staff artist in pro on one aide of his head and Khoul duclng his phiz in the Gallery of j der and was rendered unconscious for about tea Upon being oii Local Celebrities How he can manage to take it good traffic naturudly If tho other celebrities veyed to his home in a oKrr attended his from are willing to stand tho J which he is now O I E D D a pioneer resident o western Plymouth passet away at his home In this city Monday July after an ex tended illness with kidney and liver affection and dropsical complications aged 62 years and 7 David Lawrence Scaulon was born in County At the age of about thirteen years he came to the United to carve out his fortune and resided in the The great civil war being waged betweei the North and South kindled in Ills heart the love of liberty that is char acteristic of the Irish people ani prompted him to enlist during tho last year of tho rebellion Com pany Fifth New Jersey Light Ar Tenth Army His com pany seryed In many important on gagemonts and was among the first of the federal troops to enter tho besieged city of Richmond after Its capitulation to Ho was married in his early and after the war he and his wife lived in New York and In 1876 they came to Iowa and located in Plymouth Ho bought a quar ter section in sections 23 and Westfield and continued buying until he owned 400 acres of the finest farm land in that Several years later they returned to where for nearly twenty years he held a government position in the Chicago About five years ago he resigned and they re turned to their old home farm in Westfield A couple of years later his who had been in poor died witilo on a visit to their in There were born to them seven of who lives in the south who died in Chicago about ten years ago of Canada of Chi cago Nora of and Dan of Scanlon mar ried again about two years his second wife being a Chicago lady he lad known for a number of They lived for a time in this and in Last Febru ary they came to Akron to make their ho hoping to from a malady that had given him trouble of ong He received treatment from local physicians and finally con sulted the famous Mayo at Roch who informed him hat they were unable to give him any more benefit than he was receiv ng He then returned home to make a last brave stand against the relentless ailment that beset Skillful treatment and the unceasing ministrations of his devoted wife could only make easier his period of and prolong for a while the inal summons that was known to be In his prime he possessed a splendid physique and a command ng presence that attracted the at ention and respect of all with whom came in yet beneath there was generous heartedness and a wellspring of kindness and sym so to hold his firm friend was both a pleasure and a priv In the early days he took an ictive interest in the public affairs of iVestfield and through his efforts one of the first substantial chool houses there was he icing one of the He was mown and respected by all the early day residents of that and his demise brings regret to all who held lis The community enders its sympathy to the be Funeral conducted yester day forenoon at 11 oclock in Pat icks Qatholic church by were largely As last tribute to their the also the nieui crs of the attended the ervices in a body and accompanied ho remains to the depot in the after The pallbearers were local ivil war John Pen Keuaston and Accompanied by his wife ind of the re nains were shipped yesterday after oon to tho home of his in where interment will bo made tSidc1 his departed Frank Hoffman passed away at oclock last Friday July at the homo of her in aged 27 7 months and 25 of can er of tho Last December was taken ill and submitted to an at Josephs in aloux in Her health vaa improved for a timo ROHRER Grand Display of HAIR GOODS We have on display a beautiful line of Hair in Gre cian Norma Billie Duchesj Rolls and Regular Straight and Wavy This is an elegant assortment in the common shades and best selling styles of Hair and if you should desire an odd bring in your samples and we will match them at the wholesale and goods can be procured in a few coming by The prices range from 25c to per If you want to see the full call in Friday or Only 2 Days More of July Clearing Sale I While the stock in some lines is more or less yet the bargains are bigger and All Remnants and Odd Lots must move out at any if you wish to double your come Friday and Saturday and pluck the ripe July sc lot 50c July fir sale MENS AND LADIES lot up 7 r to July Ob CHILDS and good lOc July sale per UNCOLORED JAPAN pound j n 25c sale J U ROASTED large bean commonly known as Afri 1 f p can Java regular 25c I f CANNED sale 3 onepound cans 25c FRIDAY SPECIAL 2O best Granulated Sugar with order for other lot to a customer SATURDAY SPECIAL Saturday being the last day of our groat July Clearing we will give u Souveuir to every customer buying 5 cents worth of Merchandise in any part of the None will be slighted provided tho presents hold out and only one gift to a jut she had steadily declined for tho aast three She was attended y of Sioux and the ocal It was known for a onsiderable time by all save herself hat her case was but she va3 sustained and made as comfort able as possible by the care of loved nes and the ministrations of a rained Bridgetta Foley was born Novem ber at and in 1882 came with her parents to John oil Plymouth which vas the family home for many on February she was united in marriage with Frank Hoff whom she had known since Besides the bereaved hus there survive three rancis Basil Fabain and Rose Ella also her of this city three sisters and our James east f Akron of West leld of and James ind Patrick of To all f these sorrowing ones the comrnuu ty offers its sincere De ceased possessed an unusually cheer ul and helpful disposition and was ailhful to all the responsibilities of vitehopd and She bore intense suffering of her months of lluess with great patience and forli until the merciful summons bringing peace and A large concourse of friends paid ribute to her memory Saturday morii when the funeral rites were con lucted iu Patricks Catholic church iy Interment was nade In Calvary beside her departed Card of To the neighbors and friends who such kindness and sympathy luring the illness and after the death if our beloved husband and e desire to acknowledge our most ineere Scanlon and Old papers for sule at this 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 1 will guarantee to make prices that no catalog house will dupt Owing to the extremely low prices 1 shall 1 would like sales as near cash as the usual favors if be given to all thosu 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 HAUCR First National banK BlocK
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