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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - August 5, 1909, Akron, Iowa VOLUME AUGUST NUMBER 51 Local News OolBff Detail Keep your eye on the New Meat Keep your eye on the New Meat Keep your eye oil the New Meat Mellen visited friends In Hawarden Elegant line of from to Attorney of came here on business Jacob Johnson and children visited relatives at last Fred Myers went to Harris last Friday for an extend ed visit with Have Martin Smyths do your Fainting and and get firstclass Phone and south east of were in Elk Point Sat urday on Regular 16c and 20c Wail Pa per Values reduced 6c and at The bargains are yours for the who had been visiting the family of her northwest of Saturday to Elk who had been visiting his southeast of and friends left Saturday tor his home in West Miss Florence Waterbury arrived last Friday from her home near to visit relatives and LeMars GlobePost Miss Margaret who has been attending summer school at Cedar re turned home Miss Edna of who has taught several terms in the Will iams school east of town arrived Saturday for a visit with friends A large crowd of people from town and the surrounding country took ad vantage of the fine weather Saturday evening to listen to the Akron bands street Earl of assisted the Miss Agnes Montague wont to Jef ferson Tuesday to visit John Martin will call for or de liver your Phone Ooddwln went to Sioux City yesterday to visit Robert Ross was in Sioux Falls on business the latter part of last Everett of Sioux vis ited the family of his over Frank McCurdy wsnt to Hud son Friday to visit at the home of her and Johnson have been visiting In Sioux City and Ha warden this The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest and of Marshal Anderson left Satur day for a vacation of two He will visit his Alice in Stanley and take a look at the Black Hills Kline is Retiring the city star during his Clifford who has been em ployed for some time by the Klauer Swanson departed Sunday for where he wilt visit his sisters for a short time then go to to look up a and Strobel arrived last Friday from the home of her near where they were mar ried July They will make their home and who was formerly Cham will continue in the millinery Port writes this Office from that the terrific wind and hail storm which visited that section on July did but very little damage to his good although many of his neighbors lost all or part of Friends here are glad to note Hals good and Whalen went to Hawardon last Friday to attend tho funeral of his Wha a wellknown and respected resi dent of that He was taken ill while looking after his farm interests and died as the re sult of an Misses Minnie and Rose re turned Saturday froni a visit with rel atives and friends in The who had been spending a pleasant vacation of several weeks at hor home departed the same day for Mason to resume her position with the LoMars Print Ins Seamands has sold the last of his Union county farm It consisted of an four and a half miles west and one and a half mile north of which was bought by Andrew Paulson last week for un Tho deal was made through the local agency of Robertson John Pendleton has sold his resi dence property to Ray but re tains possession until whon he and his wife oxpoct o move back to their south of and Pendleton retired from farming severalyears ago and moved to but have concluded that nothing can quite equal country In which a host of friends will wish thorn u full measure of visited the latter part of last week at the home of their Mervin Misses Edith and Anna Root came home last Friday from a pleasant out ing arid visit with relatives at Lake and John Jeffers ar rived yesterday from to visit friends and look after busi ness east of en Joyed a visit last week from his Ferdinand and Fabian An of Sioux Bertrand returned last Thursday from where she had been staying with her who is attending a barber school in that Gibbons visited in Hawar den the first of the Ross and Anderson went to Sioux City on business Sat Big cut in Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at A Button and of Sioux are visiting relatives and friends here this Wall Paints and Painters the right kind at the right Fenn and arrived Monday to visit the family of her Atlee Wintersteen returned Mon Mlss Annie northwest of departed Saturday for Des where she will reside with her aunts and take a position in a Depot Agent with his wife and two expect to leave in a few days on a trip to the They will travel over the Milwaukees new coast and Taltajtt and Summy enjoyed a visit the latter part of last week from their Wilford pf and their Philip of Free The Rhodes south of has been enjoying a visit from Rhodes and Miss of Illi Palmer returned home the first of the Higgins and Miss who have made an ex tended stay with the family of the formers de parted yesterday for their home at this Frank of writes to this office that he is about to start with his family for for a couple of months sightseeing in the He urgently requests that the Register Tribuno be sent to him Canyon Oregon until further Martin visited points in north eastern Colorado last where Miller and other former Akron people are He was very fa vorably impressed with that where good crops are raised without He also made a brief visit to Upon information from Mayor of Marshal Kline arrested and jailed here Tues day evening a man named who was wanted there on a charge of lar was employed at Chats worth with a bridge He had been drinking heavily and creating a but suddenly disappeared and took along a pants and a shirt belonging to other members of the Owners of the stolon gar mejits came here and identified their Marshal Isaac took who is thought to be u hard back there to stand trial There will be at least ono import ant improvement here this season In the shape of a business Baker is preparing to have erected on the site of tho old First National bunk now occupied by Miss Farnhams a 2story build ing to conform lu size with his other building that adjoins on the This will present a solid front of substantial twostory buildings from the west aide of the ClarkCllley build Ing to the east corner of tho new First National bank It Is un derstood that a new firm will occupy tho first floor of the now The old bank building will be moved I to another location on Reed day from where he was looking up a Ralph Clark and of Elk were here Monday and Tues visiting the family of her pa and Tripp and de parted yesterday for a visit at Gran ite They also expect to visit their aunt in Robk Ross and family and his bro made a trip to Sioux City Monday in the formers new Already Robert ma nipulates the machine like a Discussion of the installation of an electric light plant here is again In Lack of lighting facili ties Is the only feature In which Ak ron Is behind the we will not long be without of Rice Wiscon Is visiting the families of her and her Frank also renewing oldtime ac quaintances in this where she was a pioneer Medical Lake Wash Mall Misses Emma Pinekney and Louise of are visiting at the Frank Ely homeMllo Mills and family returned this week to their home in Fon McDan iel and Misses Elva and Mary De of were visitors on Tuesday at the home of the ladles Fred whose hus is employed at the depot Ellwood and three who had been visiting the family of her depart ed Tuesday for their home at Port age le and Brown accompanied them to Sioux Kelly came up yesterday from Elk Point and had Kerr remove a piece of about a fourth of an inch that had become im bedded deep in his He stepped on the glass Sunday morning and it was starting to give him considerable Frank east of has re ceived notice chief clerk of the Sioux City division of the railway mall of his appointment as a substitute railway mail Jeffers went to Sioux City yesterday to receive so that he will be prepared to res when called In his exam ination he had the excellent standing of 91 per As a remedy to tho washedout road northwest of the Union county commissioners and the trustees of Sioux Valley township propose to put in a 180foot bridge along the high way south of the Bennett in ad dition to the 64foot bridge now at that There is a bad place in tho grade a short distance above the steel bridge that should be Immedi ately repaired iu a substantial man in which local interests should not be slow to a Massachusetts strong au exhibition here Monday evening in the of heavy dumbbell He gave five of Akrons strong Leonard Brown and George chance to lift the 115 and 130pound bells above their head with one at which they were though he complimented them upon being the huskiest bunch ho had met in some Profes sor of able to manipulate tho bollu with comparative and he also put up a 252pound bell several times with both Ho also gavo a very interesting talk on physical culture niul the evil ef fects of The professor claims to have been a successful pu gilist In his younger but has The Christian church has purchase a handsome Individual communion ae Seamands returne Tuesday from a pleasant visit wit friends near and Frank and child ren have been Visiting relatives a Sioux Falls the past Reeves ctuiie down from Ha warden today to look farm in tereats of Rock Valley vis ited the family his the first of the Staves afld son arrived yes terday from to visit the family of her and Mrs and who had been guests at the homo of their son returned to Battle Father OReilly and Patrick Foley wont to Sioux City today to attend ttie big Knights o Columbus and Clair Blddlecome and daughter went to Hawarden the first of the work for her uncle there a couple of Union services will during the Sunday evenings of this month The next service will beheld Sun day at 8 In the Methodist and Poison will preach the when he takes his annual hunting trip in tho west this expects to make the long trip in his He proposes to take the route followed by the Glldden ists to and Frank Neal and her Art left Monday for a visit with the formers brothers at Prank expects to se cure a piece of land near there and farm It next Ora Barr arrived Monday from and Tuesday ac companied his to Hot where she will take treatment for rheuma Many friends hope she will gain lasting Sheriff Tom Gunderson and Depu ty Netz were up from Elk Point Monday looking for a young fellow named wanted there on the charge of Kline was here Sat but had made his getaway be fore the arrival of the Miss Malissa from near arrived yesterday to visit the family of her and other relatives and friends in this She has been vis iting the exposition at Seattle and at other points on the Fred of this recently sold his two farms near Big one being bought by his sonin Emil and the other by of Peter son recently invested in some land near the daughter of near fell while running down a hill Sunday and sustained a very painful and serious The corouoid a small bone at the tip oi her right was Cilley was called from here to attend the injury and has hopes that her arm may not be permanently and Allan Smith left Sunday for where they will again make their For a little over two years Allan has been em ployed in the RegisterTribune where his talented services will be greatly At the business end the big he has also been an important factor in the suc cess of the Akron in apprecia tion of which the members presented him a fine gold signet ring before his He will work at the printing business The car toons for the RegisterTribunes gal lery of local celebrities will continue to be supplied by his clever Council Tho council met Monday In regular Mayor Moore presiding and all members Sunlight petitioned for the abatement of a consisting of a stench arising from drainage from the gatter on the south side of Reed street which emptied on the river bank near his grain The matter was referred to the Sower com with power to A Father Hurley for the use of the streets and alleys of the city on Catholic Picnic August was The mayor authorized to abate long since been traveling in paths of ja nuisancu lu tho shape of a closet greater athletic In the rear of Moores I ROHRER FRUIT JARS The only fruit jar hats easy to to Press cap down firmly and sccl is absolutely To slip knife blade under draw all around and Keeps fruit No extra rubbers The cheapest and best clear glass fruit jar Let us show it to Besides the Schram we also have Masons and Stone Fruit Jars in all Extra Rubbers Jelly Parafine Embroideries Thousands of yards of pretty Embroidery at just A This big lot will go on sale Fri day morning and continue one See the saving 45c values at 35c values at 30c values at 15c 25c values at 12Hc 20c values at lOc 15c values TAc lOc values at 5c Also many remnants at a fraction of their value 17inch Corset Cover Embroidery as low as 15c during this OUR USUAL GUARANTEE GOES WITH EVERY SALE MONEY BACK IF NOT Ladies and Childrens Dresses at unusually low less than cost of ma Some of the Childrens start as low as 17c for a neat Dress all ready to Better lay in a supply at our present low Mens Dress SHirts neat some sizes but if we have your size it is a big values 50c values Ladies ReadyMade SKirts AT CLEANUP PRICES values now values now A motion prevailed that the Mil waukee railroad be notified to run a itch from the Searls corner outh to the culvert at Bakers cross to properly carry off the drain ge that has been standing Bills allowed Gilmoro dray Perry 5 Akron Lumber water ilauerSwanson gas and Musical A musical entertainment will be Iven at the church on Wed esday August for the enefit of the Following is he program adtes Quartet Old Folks at iano Duet Emily and Nettio Way rocal Thorno Balu rocal Solo Thekla Hansen lower Girls AfterRain iano Seamands Bain ocal Douglass lano Duet Emily and Nettie Way Ilxed Sweet Vauuah Admission 2Ec all under ourteen Notice to Complaint has been made that au omobilc drivers are running faster in than the law and with ut due regard to the safety and the Ights of people on the I rust that all automobllists will com ly with the law without further no before any serious accidents complaint has boeu made that ersons expose themselves in a nude In plain sight of people on when In This mus o stopped or parties will bo arrest d and August Great Closing Out the DicK HaucK Store General StocK to be Reduced Owing to overstock and want of room to suitably display my fine stock of 1 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 1 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 I can save HAUCIi Firat Nutionul BivnK BlocK
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