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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - August 19, 1909, Akron, Iowa if VOLUME AUGUST NUMBER 1 Local News Dalnti Rasmussen was inSioux City on business last Joe Smith is building a large new barn on his farm south of John will call for or de liver your Phone and of Sioux were Saturday and Sunday vis itors at the Cobb Ladles Aid meets with MfWWBeter Ide next Wednesday after All are cordially Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone Henry Schnelderheinze left here for yesterday to assist Hugo Wlberg in threshing and Maynard of were Sunday guests at the home of her uncle and and The gives a dime social at the Home of Ayrault on Friday August to which all are cordially who had been visit Ing the family of his Dave west of departed Mon day for his home at The matter of a fatt fair and carni val In Akron Is worthy of considera Last falls fair was a big suc but it could be bettered this and Edward who have been guests at the home of her departed today for their home near A social dance is announced by the opera house managers for next Wed nesday August Fine mu sic will be furnished by Kogas Ital ian All are Hilliker Son now have on display at their shop a hopper cooled Dempster gasoline engine of the Anybody interested is invited to and see it in oper An way has traded land in Missouri for Wootons residence property in the extreme southeast part of Anway will make some improvements on the house and reside and north east of left Tuesday to visit the family of near who formerly lived is said to hare lost his crops by hail Searls and children de parted Monday for a visit with her at Central and Searls brother at A relief agent has not yet arrived to take charge of the depot and it is doubtful if and Searls will be able to take the trip west had The theatrical season will open in Akron on September 3 with that ex cellent The Girl and the Managers Clark DAr ville announce that they have con tracted for several fine plays to be presented in the opera house during the early part of the At the council meeting last adjourned from Monday a resolution was passed authorizing the issue of the sewer tax and Clerk Youngstrom will soon have them in the hands of the various lot The last of the new and re vised town ordinances were also con sidered and finally and Kuborn and daugh ters arrived home last eve ning from their trip to the in addition to taking in the sights exposition in they visited her brother in Portland and also took a trip to British They report a very pleasant time all Dan Smith and John Hogs returned Sunday from a trip to the exposition and a visit with relatives on the also had a fine Fred Moore has been over front LoMars tho past assisting la the annual Invoice of the Moore lum ber yards here and at Chats 1C is about ten years since Fred resigned a position here in his fathers lumber yard and wont to a more responsible position under bis the wellknown LeMnrs Ho has madw good in every res In spite of many a visit to his dU name town is always something of a His wife and children ure making extended visit with her patents In 7 Trlpp visited her Dav Id and In Harrlsburg last week Try our KeenCut Diamond S Cof at Douglass Son John Faber bought and took posset slon of the Gllmore Son dray lln When you wish firstclass Meat go to New east Ken dall Miss Dora Ide has accepted a posl tlon in Strobles mlllinety for the coming Miss Pauline Frederickson left Mon day to visit her Garland at The Akron Creamery wants you milk and Highest prices and honest of Sioux is a guest this week at the home of he uncle and and A Miaf Farnham will continue to oc copy her present millinery quarters the building moved across the Miss Bertha ORielly and Miss of visited the fam ily of their uncle and and last and Edgar and chll of have been visiting the past week at the home of her pa and This office acknowledges receipt of a box of splendid blackberries from the Rolfe fruit southwest of They have a plentiful crop anc are selling Maem very Ross came down from last Friday for a few days visit with relatives and He and Foley are doing a good bus iness in the Implement line Eric and Carl northwest of left here yesterday for Het near where they will visit at the homes of their and their I have for sale the and the of the of Section 31 in Johnson and also the of Section 4 In If phone or The stenographic field offers great er opportunities than any You can become a good stenographer by attending Mankato Commercial Col It wilt pay you to send for their year formerly cashier of the First National bank here and now holding a similar position at Ran was in town last conferring with Ey land and renewing Christy returned Tuesday from an extended visit with the fam ily of her Nate Hamp at Ponca She stopped enroute home at Independ and at Sioux City to visit Eppe Kleeman and Victor Peter south of will take charge of Wards big farm east of Chatsworth next It re ported that Peterson traded his auto to Ward for several head of The LeMars papers state that Miss Kundert and several other ladles re ceived quite painful injuries recently by the overturning of a in which as members of a were returning from a trip to the An auto scared the team to the causing the The annual picnic of the Embroid ery club was held at the nome of Mohr last Thursday eve ning and the occasion proved most en joyable to all A splendid supper was but a feature that the Increasing In dependence of women was the seating of all the gentlemen present at a separate The home and Putnam the scene of a happy birthday observance August Putnam having attained his 80th Members of the family as sisting in commemoration of the oc casion were their three Staves of Debe of Cedar and of Kansas City his cous of Kansas and their of this Putnam received several fine It seldom that a person possesses the vigor and ac mentally and of Putnam at his present and his host of friends extend congratulations and tho sincere wish that a much span of life may be his for en CATHOLIC PICNIC A BIG SUCCESS Large Crowd Splendidly Akron Wins One Ball Game and Ties With Westfield In the Second After 13 Although the weather was extreme ly conditions could not have been much more propitious than Uios of August for holding the annual celebration and picnic in Akron under the auspices of the Cath olio The crowd began congregating a about ten oclock in the forenoon and was entertained for an hour by the Akron There was a fairsized attendance at the forenoon basebal game between Westfield and Akron which began at 11 an account of which is given Many par took of the fine dinner served by the Catholic ladies in the opera house The band gave another concert af ter and at before a large audience in the opera house Van a prominent Sioux City attorney and exJudge of this delivered a very Inter esting address on Unique Charac ters of the American Father Hurley introduced the speaker in a clever who in turn made witty acknowledgment of the compliments Partlcu larly conspicuous did the speaker con aider Benjamin Franklin and Patrick Henry as characters of uniqueness n those early and trying days of our national In the speaker took occasion to Impress up on his hearers that the people of this country are at present facing a try ng period and them to be prepared to meet any contingency with a determination for proper and ust His remarks were istened to with markett interest and were vigorously He is an entertaining talker and all would be pleased to hear him After the speaking the crowd con gregated on Reed street to witness athletic The boys foot race was won by a lad named with Cole Qllmqre Rex Smith trouble the freeforall oot race of West The fat mens as went to Leonard El mer Johnson being a close The blindfolded wheelbarrow contest provided much Johnnie ohnson coming closest to the and At lee Wintersteen The po tato race was also won by Johnnie Dee The tugofwar letween South Dakota and Iowa ten Mien teams was an exciting What the Dakota men lacked in size hey made up for in muscle and de and after a minute or wo of equal struggle graduallydrew heir opponents over the Music by the Akron band then at racted a big crowd to the baseball where the Westfield and Ak on nines battled for The dance in the opera house in he evening was enjoyed by a large rowd of young despite the Music was furnished by the Lilly Smythe The band entertained a big crowd i the streets with a fine concert af er With the weather near the 100 de gree the refreshment stands did a rushing business all day and eve The merrygoround also of ored cooling opportunities and was iberally Numerous oth ir amusement baby triking added to the arnlval of Every attraction advertised was iresented and the celebration of 1909 may well be considered the most suc essful and Interesting ever given by he local Catholic Two Fine Baseball Features of thedays celebration at racting the most attention were the wo ball games between the West ield and Akron Westfield ad previously defeated Akron two for a fiftydollar and a een sense of rivalry was ialf the gate receipts were offered he winning team in each contest and his added to the desire for It was agreed by Managers Bush of and f the that the morning gtunc o limited to seven innings and it roved to be a very pretty Vkron winning by the close score or to Meyers went Into the itchers box for but after the Isltors had made their first and only core in the third on Reynolds throe agger and Shafts swat for a couple f Orlan Moore was sent to he firing For the other four linings he held Weatfiold without a Akrons first score came in the when Rex Smith straightened one of Joey Millettes quick bend ers for a swiped second and went to the counting station on wild throws by Catcher Mann and Center fielder Rex also made the winning run in the seventh on a a stolen base and sacrifice hits by Verne Swift and Freeman The score by innings and summary 0 0 1 0 0 Westfield 0 1 0 0 0 Three base Two base Struck By 7 by 3 by Mey 4 Stolen Rex Roy With the forenoon game to Ak rons the Westfield bunch was thirsting Wr they nearly got but not Owing to a dis agreement between the teams as to the eligibility of Bud who lives east of to pitch for the game did not start until nearly five oclock but fi nally came down the pole and agreed to play with Lukehart in the The big crowd was broiling but good natured and anxious for the When the scrappy little West field stepped to the poled out twobagger and scored on Millettes hot grpunder through Or Ian Moore at things looked a jit dubious for the but the side was then retired in quick Akron got even in its half on Rex Smiths whack fbr three cushions and Blairs timely while in the sec ond the locals forged ahead on Guy loss twobase Whites sacri fice and Goodwins Weatfield seesawed to the front in the Reynolds drew a walk and advanced to third when Harring tons grounder to short was dropped on a throw to Reynolds and Harrington crossed the plate when Rex threw wild to which was his only bobble in the two The visitors annexed another in the Mann out another two going to caught ly in centerand scoring on Har ringtons Things looked blue for Akron al this but theres no telling Just what is going to happen in lex got a free pass to galloped second on Johnsons error and lit on the terminal station Blair again hit safely when most this time for two Blair didnt stop at He neatly stole third and earned the tieing run by work ng the visitors clever French slab artist to throw wild to Again things looked hazy in the when Lee May reached first on an went to third on Reynolds hit and put Westfield In the lead by storing on Bogenriefs sacrifice The something doing sign was now hanging out for Luke lart walked to first and went to sec ond by virtue of a wild What happened then is well worth who went on first at the beginning of the when Orlan Moore retired on account of an in iury to his stepped to the with a while Joey tried to smile one of his sweetest strike out Leonard has not been on the active ball list much since he ex eeded the 200pound but the manner in which he smote that ball on the nose for a doublebagger near y to the center field chasing liukehart in with the score that will long be remembered in local ball Then started the extra inning bat which continued under the most ntense till by on account of approaching the contest was called at the close of he thirteenth inning with the figur ative horns locked in a to n the tenth and eleventh both sides vere retired In regular In he twelfth both sides got a man as ar as third could not get a man to first in its half of he Akron should really have had a run and the game In its ast Wooton knocked the mil far into right near the foul and the umpire called it safe nit in the general excitement the run ler did not receive the proper coach ng and stopped on when ho ould easily have reached Ross vas out on a grounder to pitcher and Lukeharts hot one to second was re turned in time to catch Wooton at the while Lukehart was neat ly doubled at Thus the game ended and in the wildest demonstra tion A study of tue result given in tab ROHRER August Clearance Sale in all Departments Ladies Waists This week we say goodbye to all Waists the values are up to and they are arranged in 3 as follows August 75c August 65c August 55c August 45c August 35c August 25c Better every day of this Waist Sale some waited too long last week at our Wash Goods and found that some of the snaps were picked up by the early Every one of the Waists will go at the above as they are all 1909 and the cost of these garments are lost sight of in the Clean Up New School SKoes for boys and also a useful present with every pair of these Ask for WasH Dress Goods Values up to go in two 5c and lOc a Act quick on this Ladies Belts All good values up to go at one Mens and Ladies Underwear 1 lot mens and ladies 50c val clearance price 25c per Umbrellas Regular prices from 50c to August sale prices cut M STRAW HATS up to 50c sale 15c SKoes and Oxfords Broken lots of ladies and childrens footwear worth up to cleanup per STANDARD FASHION BOOK FALL IQOQ Come in and take a look at the new things Ladies Auto Scarfs Ladies and Misses New New Our Ladies Suit Sale takes place Sept 6th to J 1th in Wait for this big STANDARD FASHION COMPANY Voik CcnttmuiufWift Any SUM tan m 20 Pattern free with this No Trouble What ever in MakinK Selections Get The Fall Number of the Standard Fashion BooK including ANY STANDARD PATTERN FREE Easy IfapsFruif CLEAR Admits ulated form below shows many inter esting It was the closest kind of a contest from start to and the game abounded in fine plays and sensational Both Mil lette and Lukehart pitched grand bat the of Millette is the more remarkable considering that he also worked hard in the forenoon pitching a total of twenty Lukeharts record of allowing only four safe hits in thirteen innings is also seldom equalled in an amateur Another feature of the game was Whites spectacular onehand stop of a fast grounder in the he retiring the runner at Sum mary and score by innings WESTFIELD AB K H PO A 2 2 17 001 6 0 1 3 6 0003 Ib U 0 If C 1 of 5 1 10102 0 0 0 0 U 0 1 0100 1000 rf 4 00000 50 5 i 39 17 3 AKBON AB U H A E 02311 3oU 0 0 15 2 1 0 5 3 2 0 1 1 0 1 1121 10200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 10 30 2G 5 Weatfield 020 Oil 000 Akron 000 021 000 Three base Two base Rex Stolen Double plays to Moore Lukehart to Swift to Mann to Struck by Bases on 2 off Wild of and of An in our Want Column is a profitable Try Buy Them Now Theres plenty of warm weather aheail and youll ueed warm weather goods to secure The Bargains we oiler in these goods will even warrant you laying iu a supply for iiext yeur if they are not needed The goods quoted here are but a sample of the price reductions on every thing in this Summer Wash to 39c Muslin to 63c Gauze to 39c White to Ladies black and to Swiss Embroideries and Insertions Near Cost We want you to call and see what wu have to oiler in ttie above and other Our slock is larger Ihuii we desire to carry and prices are cut iu every department to make Highest Market Prices for Farm Produce Yours for Trade HAUCK
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