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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME AUGUST NUMBER 52 Local News dolnci Comffitf Dolnfl Mlsa Ida Martin went to Hawar den yesterday to visit Miss Helen Burgess went to Ver million Saturday to rvisit relatives e few Eugene of Sldux Is a visitor at the home of his this Have Martin Smythe do your Fainting and and get firstclass Phone Meske and family and and Gerhard Ahrens were vis itors in Elk Point last John of Sioux arrived Monday for a visit with her and Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and at The bargains are yours for the who was a visitor of the family of her returned last Friday to her home at Smith went to Chatsworth today to begin work on the founda tion of a fine new residence Bennett is going to annd Lyons and son departed Sunday for a visit with the family of her Har ry near Poison went to Sioux City yesterday to attend some of the sessions of the state grand lodge of Knights of of which order he is a Osmanson a rrived Saturday from Fort to visit the families of her Eric of this Alfred and other relatives and friends west of have for sale the and the of the of Section 31 in Johnson and also the of Section 4 in Sioux If phone or Miss Marga Eyiand returned home Saturday from having completed a course in science and let ters at the University of Since graduating she has been at tending the university summer and August who had been called by the serious 111 v ness of their Albert northwest of with an attack of returned to their home in LeMars last Their daughter is Sheriff Tom of Union went through here on Sunday afternoons passenger with a young fellow named wanted in Elk Point on acharge of whom he succeeded in locating and arresting at and Wilbur Smith and son of Sioux Falls and and Ar thur Smith and of visited over Sunday with relatives and friends The ladies had been visiting lor about a week with and in Sioux The sale at auction of some person al property of Duncan attracted a large crowd here Satur day The grain elevator was bought Youngstrom for and he also bought 500 shares of mining A number of other articles of minor importance Aalfs was and Putnam are en Joyhig a family Their came from i last and there have since arrived their1 from their Carrie of Cedar and of Kansas and their Thur of Kansas also expect thulr S Dakor haa contracted with Bar lies in Sioux Fulls to move the old First National bank1 building to the site of Ervin Stylos bar ber Utiker having bought thu lot of Au of this has thu contract to uioct the fines now twostory structure Baker build whore the old bank building now It will havo a front of Sioux Falls gran ito uud will be the longest store building in or 110 The work of moving the old brick build ing begins next and when Con tractor Anderson is ready to pxca for the buseanont ho will Home good black dirt for John Martin will call for or de liver your Phone Frank Waterbury left for Merrll last Friday to take a position in a barber John Folan went to last Friday for a visit at the home of his The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest Fred Palmer quit the job of assist ant in the depot He is succeeded there by Ray Henry of Sioux vis ited relatives and oldtime friends here the latter part of last Herman Hitzemann resigned his po sltion in Morses barn and went to LeMars this week to work in a liv Both Akron banks announce that they will close at noon Saturday of this on account of the big atholic a resident here for a number of went to recently to make her fu ure home with a Tremaine went to Sioux City Monday to receive treatment for her and was accompanied there by her Go to the Racket Store and see their big assortment of Oiiyx Gran best ware sold at Doug ass Burrill left Sunday to look after harvest operations on his farm near He recently pur chased another chunk of land which gives him a solid The funeral of the infant child of and Frerichs was con ducted at their home eleven miles northeast of here Saturday by of the local German Luth eran Frank east of who recently passed an examination as a ubstitute railway mail left Saturday to make his be ttg assigned to a temporary run out of and Frank of Sioux were overSunday visitors of his Sarah and the amily of his Gil Clark accompanied them home Monday and will remain their guest for about two George Cilley and little daugh who had been guests at the home f her husbands and Mrs departed Saturday for ler home near Em Chester and Herbert ompanled them Elk and Clyde Cummins came up from Sioux City in their auto for a Sunday visit at the home of her On account jfthe they returned to the city y train Sunday and jnd Goodwin accompanied and John Crow and their Luella arrived Saturday from LeMars to visit rela ives and He returned Mon but Crow remained for a more extended visit with the family of her George south of The north side of Reed street got iven with the south side at baseball ast winning by a score of 10 to 2 The game was too one sided to be very but the evenge was sweet for the on the arctic who lost the first game of the With the le to play the game between hese teams afternoon should be a redhot Fathers Sullivan and of Sioux were guests Monday and Tuesday of Father the atter accompanying them to Hawar den Father who was formerly pastor of the local Cath olic has been stationed as irlest at Josephs Sioux for some and It waa a Jloasure to friends here to only neet him but also note his greatly improved and Cllloy and his departed Tuesday for a visit of about five weeks at tho old homo In Now Eng They will visit nephews and cousins In Boston and making their headquarters at the atter and also make trips to various other and Illey were there just ten years but it is his mothers first return In about twentyone They havo he wish of much enjoyment from many Try our KeenCut Diamond S Cof at Douglass Son Big cut in Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at When you wish firstclass Meats go to the New cast of Ken dall Martin visited at the home of her in Elk Point Frank enjoyed a several days visit last week from his of Rapid Treeby returned af ter an extended visit with his son at in Clay this Hylnk arrived Monday from Alton for a visit with her mo and other rela tives and At the council meeting Monday eve ning the sewer tax certificates will be issued and the last of the sewer business cleaned Tritz and of Ha were visitors the latter part of last week at the home of her Smith and after a visit of several weeks here with rela tves and departed last Fri day for their home at Becker and children and Miss Esther Brady returned Tuesday from a pleasant visit of several weeks at the home of Beckers mother at It will be to the interest of farm ers to give some attention to the announcement of the lustling implement on the ast page of this Klauer and James Foley went to the mid dle of last week for a few days vis t with the Ross brothers and Smythe and Klauer returned Dave Mentzer and Frank west of left Monday for a visit with the formers brother near The formers who came from a visit a few weeks accompanied Meredith and family had the pleasure of a few days visit this week from his Fred of The young man holds the responsible position of superin tendent of the Nelson Morris pack ng plant in that proprietor of the Ha warden cigar was soliciting orders from Akron dealers Carlsons product is steadily in creasing in favor with the A mention of his popular sellers is to be found In his ad In this Miss Mabel who taught in the intermediate department of Ak rons public schools a few years married Howard Buuip at her lome in on August and they will be at ibme in Des Molnes afterx September where the groom is an The brides friends here extend con ratulations and best Pollock went to Sioux City Saturday to spend Sunday with his Miss in the Samar tau where she was operat ed upon for appendicitis a week be She made such rapid recovery that she was able to accompany her father home Her Miss Anna who had been caring her several returned Satur Several of the local People who have become interested in Florida lauds the past week are now talking of or ganizing a local company to develop helr A meeting to discuss he proposition has been called tomorrow Friday evening iu the Rest and if a sufficient num er are favorable to the project it s expected that arrangements will then be completed to send a mail to the south next and Antoine Smythe left ast week with a party of Elk Point young people on a pleasure trip to tho Black Hills and Smythe will be back herethe atter part of tills week as thoir many friends will much regret to will at once prepare to return o Elk Point to make thoir As manager of the Union County In vestment store since its estabi ilshment here a little over three years he has made an excellent record and contributed much to the success of the firms He will re turn to a position in the main store at the who has lad charge of tho grocery anil meat will succeed to tho man agement of the entire BIG TIME IN AKRON SATURDAY Annual Celebration Under Auspices of the Catholic Weather All Thats Need ed for Its The annual celebration or picnic under the auspices ot the Catholic people is always an event looked for ward to with genuine pleasure by the people of Akron and in which denominational lines are for gotten and all commingle in common enjoyment of the Rain has somewhat interfered with the two last ft is hoped no such misfortune will prevail this August 16 IB the day usil ally but on account of the date coming on the 14th is observed this The program of the as published on another will surely provide plenty of entertainment for the large crowd pected to With good weather can be no question as to the success of the MARRIED The marriage of John Hamman and Miss Minnie Simoon was solemnized in Patricks Catholic church Wed nesday August at ten Hurley offici in the presence of a number of relatives and The ring cere mony was little Rosalia Si cousin of the acting as ring The bridal couple were supported by her Frank Si and his Miss Francos The bride was very becom ingly gown of white wearing a bridal wreath and The a daughter of and William has lived here since earliest She is well ossessed of those qualities to make happy the home over which she will The groom has been work ng here for some time and has re sided at the hottie of his brother John the res pect and good will f all who have gained his acquaintance Fqllowbjis the fine wed ding dinner was at the home of the brides the outoftown uests present being Simeon and of randmother and aunt of the bride Miss Frances sister of the groom Miss Tena cousin of the and and Max Flelschman and of The newlywedded couple go to the home of the next week to He will engage in the barber business They lave the congratulations of many whose earnest wishes for a full measure of happiness will accom pany Charles of Tripp and Miss Bernadine of near were mar led in Akron on Aug ust at 2 at the home of her brotherinlaw and and August Fred of the German Luther an Only rela tives of the contracting parties were Meyers acted as grooms man and Miss sis ter of the as The bride is a daughter of and Philip near and the groom is a son of and east of both Jeing well and respected fam lies of this The newly married couple left the same after noon to make a home on his farm near he having drawn claim 1871 in the Tripp opening They have the ongratulations and best wishes of many friends in their homo cominun Tripp returned Sunday from near where he accompanied his Miss ast week and was present at her Marriage to Charles Nelson on Aug ust The groom is a young man of respectable at whose lomo the wedding took The bride is the youngest daughter of of this Tho newly married couple will reside on a farm owned by tho grooms parents near Friends of the who has lived hero since wish them much BO R N A to and east of on August Union County Pioneer Ezra one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of Elk tiled at MB homo in that DRESS GOODS Final Cleanup of Wash Dress also some medium and low price Worsted Dress All must go at some small The 1st day buyers gel the best assortment those com ing the 2nd the second and so Now is your time to put in a supply for at least a year to The values are up to 65c a yard a good assortment from 35c to 50c a yard and as the price is reduced from day to more goods will be added The lotconsists of novelty and staple Every piece is no seconds in the Our motto is to start each season with an entire new lot of HERE THEY GO 13 Choice of the per Ofln 14 Choice of the lot per nr 16 Choice of the per 20c I Choice of the per I5C 18 lOc Choice of the per 19 All that is left goes at the per 5C It will be to your advantage to conie every clay and snatch up the as they will go regardless of cost or selling GROCERY SNAPS for the Week Vz pound uncolored Tea I3C 4 Cans of good Corn Fine large Prunes at jft 15c value v sale 5 oz can Rumford ba king Ic 8 bars White Crown nr laundry Soap With Every Pur chase During the You Will also Get a Useful Present ABSOLUTELY FREE 4 Ib pkg of Kirkoline j n n washing u Easy to Seal Slip knlfo blade under edge of draw all round and twisting or strain iresa Ormly down and seal Is Keeps fruit The cheapest and best clear fflass lealt See It here ity last Thursday August of lung aged 75 De ceased was born at and had been a resident of Elk Point since He was an attorney of nuch but for many years his Jiaetice had been interfered with by a chronic throat Under the first Cleveland administration he was United States attorney for the south rn district of Dakota and was recorder of the Huron land fice 1885 to Through the lolding of these positions he gained wide acquaintance throughout that Surviving are his wife and a He was a prominent Odd being a past grand master of the order In South and tho Klk Point lodge had charge of the fu neral which were held in that city There was a large gathering of old friends as a ast mark of respect to a useful pio ieer The friends from Ak ron who attended the funeral were and and Waterbury and Sea west of who was called to on Monday of last week by the ill ness of her illd not arrive there until nearly u day her parent hud passed much to her Bass had been a long sufferer with Elliott having been called there last year by hor serious Elliott has the sympathy of many friends here in her who attends the stato college at Cedar and has buuu working in that vicinity during vaca arrived hero Sunday for a visit with relatives and accompa ing from there his little who went to Chicago several iveeks before with her Miss Tho little girl was success fully operated upon in Chicago for ileft and there is every roa iOn to bellovu that iu tlmo she will be outtbieU to speak 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 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 thosij 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 National BonK BlocK   

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