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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - August 26, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME AUGUST NUMBER 2 Local News dolngi Dolngi An in our Want Column is a profitable Try Miss Blanche Johnson visited Aloes terand Big Springs friends over Sun of arrived here Saturday to look after lumber 1 northwest of departed Monday to visit rela tives near Rt smussen left Tuesday to assist his In the store at for a short Burdette Dodd and of visited the past week at the home of her and Searls and child of Sioux passed through here enroute to Denver on a pleasure Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and at The bargains are yours for the Wilbur and granddaugh who were visitors at tne home of her returned to South Sioux Hansen and southeast of went to Saturday for a few days visit with the family of her Spaulding and who had been visitors for a week of the family of her departed Tuesday for their hoine at Adams of this sold shingles to who is erecting a new set of buildings his large farm east of Anway bought a pair of An gora goats for his boys and trained them to drive in harness and pull a They make a novel team and great fun for the Vories and Miss Ef who had been guests of the fam ily of the formers William southwest of departed Monday for their and Harry Clark will re side in the residence soon to be va cated by and Antoine Clarks recently of Sioux will reside with Harry Waterbury and Floyd south of went to Wessington Sunday to view the Harry returned yesterday and reports a very heavy yield of small grain in that Johnnie Johnsons Juveniles went to Elk Point last Friday and easily won a ball game from a team of their a seore of 16 to Cole Gil inorb and Johnson acted as the locals Gilmore strikiijg out ten and allowing but six safe Frank departed Monday for various points in western South Da accompanied by the following party of landseekers from Sioux Val ley Sam and An drew Richard Isgren and Hilder V Monday mornings showers were scarcely sufficient to interfere with threshing Warm weather has since the mercury going above the ninety mark It all counts for the great corn and the plump kernels continue to McCorkell left Tuesday to of ficiate as judge of poultry at the big fair at this He will probably again be called to judge the poultry at the Interstate Sioux next Several other fairs Try our KeenCut Diamond S Cof at Douglass Big cut in Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at Miss Hazel Smith went to Sioux City last Friday to visit relatives and friends for Whitney and departed for last week for a visit with her Moore and of Elk were Sunday at the home of his and Moore When you wish firstclass Meats go to the New east of Ken dall and west of have been visiting In Elk Point this The Akron Creamery wants your mlik and Highest prices and honest of arrived last week to visit her uncle and and Put west of re turned Sunday from where she was called by the death of her Carl a former Akron has sold his general mercantile busi ness at Merrill to who takes possession November Elmer Seward and and children de parted Tuesday for a visit with rela tives and friends at Gilbert Lyons returned Monday from where he has been tak ing a course in an auto He went to Sioux City Tuesday to look up a Smith and family moved this week into Neil resi dence in the southeast part of The residence they vacated has been bought by who will occupy the Misses Maude and Florence And who have been spending the summer with their and north of departed this week for their home in I have for sale the and the of the of Section 31 in Johnson and also the of Section 4 In Sioux If phone or A number of people in Akron and vicinity attended the Eagles carnival at Hawarden last It proved to be a rather tame affair and was very slirnly The biggest day did not equal an average Saturday crowd in Nell Robertson and Roy Root have moved their office from upper rear rooms in the ClarkCilley block to the building formerly used as a rest two doors east of the post The ground floor location is more convenient and Neil Robertson and children and Woodburn de parted Saturday for Spirit Robertson returned Monday to attend to business but hopes to be able to join the party in their outing there later They are camping at the beautiful Templar A crew of eightyfive swarthy Ital ians this week completed the laying of new and heavier steel rails on the and and Milwaukee this between Westfield The workmen eat are demanding McCorkells ex pert son of and Mon who went from here several months ago to work at the barbers trade at Dallas and re cently went After spending a few weeks at and ho has finally accepted a position in a shop at receiving per Johnson and partners the land business arc each happy possessors of a fine auto Johnson bought a now five passenger Cadillac and Yeaton is the owner of Bradys big Ram The machines will undoubtedly xprovo valuable accessory to their as well as a family pleas sleep in their own speciallyequipped sidedoor They certain ly constitute a motley but are said to make very little trouble ex cept among themselves occasionally Muhs entertained a few friends last Friday evening compli mentary to Miss Marga Eyland and her friend from A social evening was enjoyed and dainty refreshments were Miss who recently finished a course in the state university at Mad soon leaves for Wis where she has received an appointment as instructor in the high John who has been attend ing the State Normal college at Cedar Falls the past two years and has been spending part of the present summer vacation at the home of his and northeast of departed last week for Pitts to enter the employ of the Aluminum Ware He has previ ously been a successful sales agent for this resulting in his being called to headquarters for a better He may go on tho road for tho company Many friends i here wish John continued The new plateglass front in Cobb drug store makes a decided irnprov ment in The Baptist Ladles Mission clrcl will meet with William next Monday See Buttons now announce ment in this He surely has fine selection of Hendricks and family deput ed Monday for a visit with friends a Geddes and Have Martin Smythe do you Painting and and go firstclass Phone Conley and Haiti of visited here las week with the family of her sistei James and other relatives and George Way and chil drcn returned yesterday from a pleas ant visit with the Rubles and othe former Akron people near Lake An Father Hurley desires to annouuc that services will be held in the Cath olic church next August 29 at instead of J Next Sun day is the fifth Sunday of the month Hilliker Son now have on dlsplaj at their shop a hopper cooled Dempster gasoline engine o the latest Anybody interested is invited to call and see it in oper Miss Deua who was a vis itor at the home of her Myron returned last Friday to Orange Mudgett and Erviu accompanied hei as far as Round and children ter minated a pleasant visit of several weeks with her and and other relatives and friends here returning to their home at Kimball and Misses Stella and returned Monday from a visit at tho home of his near where the latters Miss Lo is recovering from an operation for The Girl and the Stampede is free from It awakensthat dormant side of life and leaves the spectator with that feeling of glad ness for having seen a play that is really At the Akron Opera Friday September Warren came from Sioux City yesterday assisted by Kerr and performed a serious oper ation upon east of for gallstones and intestinal She rallied from the op eration and has a good chance for re The will give a corn and wiener roast at Westfield on Tuesday August Trans portation and refreshment are pro vided for the nominal charge of ten Start will be made from the Akron Baptist church lawn at Everybody is invited and a jolly time is Marshal Anderson was sum moned from his slumbers Monday morning tobe on the lookout for sus pects of the robbery of the John Muth farm east ol which occurred Sunday A sum of a watch and other valua bles were Marshal Anderson took one wayfarer into but he did not tally with the description furnished and was and Smith and Hammer returned last af ter a few weeks sojourn in Wash ington and They took in sights aud scenes at the Seattle ex position and also visited nearly all the former Akron people in that sec from whom they invariably re ceived a cordial They re port a most enjoyable time all Burgess returned last week from a trip to Washing ton and northern Besides looking after his laiul interests near Twin whore he found conditions very lie also visited former Akron people at Wo among them the fam ily of his He found them all doing well and con and Mead hav ing a particularly desirable piece of fruit Prices of land there con tinue to advance Bur Youngstrom and Arthur DAr ville went to Sioux City on business Strobel departed Sunday on a business trip to Sioux City and oth er points Miss Oda Jenkins went to Yuukto yesterday for a visit with relative aud Raish left yesterday for visit with his Attorney John W at Belle Misses Gertrude and Charlotte Res segieu came from Sioux City yoster day to visit the family of their uncl and and X Scanlon returned yester day from where she ye cently accompanied the remains o her husband for She wi soon return to Chicago to and Henry from near Elk were overSunday vis itors of and Mon They were on their way to Lyman to visit Mr Montagues Strobel departed tho first of the week for Dos Moines and other points to attend millinery open ings and to purchase the latest de signs and novelties for tho fall Watch for the dates of her A fairsized crowd attended a dance n the opera house last The italian orchestra did not arrive and music was supplied by and Martin Arch Earl Mohr and Will her and Miss of who have jeen visiting wont to Sioux Falls last Friday for a few days visit vitti Douglass joined hem thera and Johnson rocent y moved into their fine now resi which will afford them many onveniences and An acet leue lighting plant of tho latest im proved design has been installed in he house this Cobb installed HI his store a Ine large fireproof Yale safe Mou It measures three feet by three eet and eight inches is pro ided with hajidy drawers and com lartments and weighs It vould not long puzzle the experienced mrglar to break into this strong iut it will afford mighty valuable pro ection to his books and valuable pa ers against loss by of has been visiting the family of ler Mrs Alsop northwest of and other rel tives aud friends and Whitney have been visiting Pa ific coast points and the exposition t Whitney stopped at to look after business Whitney will arrive ere the latter part of the A large party of local young people vas camped at Koss north of last It is an ideal camp ng and plenty of fine catfish were secured to keep the larder sup and excellent bathing is also of orded there 011 a sandy In itations were issued to a number of heir friends Sunday and fiftysix ersons partook of a splendid dinner Camp was broken all oting it a most enjoyable Sargent and Raish have eeu doing some extensive dykeing on heir farms southwest of to rcvent future flooding by the Big ioux from which they have een heavy losers the past few they will have about one lile of the protcting saac Vhitney and others northwest of here re also engaged in the same enter to prevent themselves from a icurrence of last springs Morse was the victim of an xceedlngly unpleasant experience While driving tho street priukler howont into a drug store iid bought a bottle of carbolic itli which to treat a soro on one f his He laid tho bottle on he seat and tho jolt of the wagon nally loosened the In a few luutes ho realized that he was sit ug in something rather which ROHRER Mens WorK SHoe Sale This week is the working mens inning at the bargain A big lot of Mens Work Shoes in tans and blacks lace blucher and These Shoes are good values at regular prices but it is room we need for fall goods coming The values of these Shoes are up to per pair for one week they will go at the uniform price of per This sale begins Friday August and closes Thursday September Childrens Cloaks Childrens Cloaks are they the nobbiest lot that has ever been our pleasuie to The variety is greater and stock larger than any pre vious Come in and look this stock WorK Gloves When in need of Work try some of good fitting and wearing kind prices from lOc to per ScHool SKoes It is time to fit the children out with new School We show the largest variety and best also a present with every Bring in the children and let us fit them Comforter Datt We sell the Reddisode Comforter Batt it is stitched and holds its and uniform The best on the Our LADIES SUIT SALE TuKes Place September 6tH to lltK Inclusive Remember the it will be to your ad vantage to see these THE ONLY ACCESSORIES EaUJIlBD NBWWWI SEALING ANY OTHER JAJRs Our New Sample BooK of Ladies Suits and Skirts is More We have these made for you and perfect We sell them cheaper than Dishes White Ware at about price the coming If you need any of the common this is your NORTHWESTERN ROAD TO BUILD Cutoff From Sioux City to Centerville Practically a Sure urban Through Union Also The air ill this section is again sur hargcd with steam and iutorurban ailway propositions and fter many years of agitation and uore or less wild speculation on the art of press and it now ap ears that the Northwestern railway without the aid or assist uce of has decided upon lie construction of a cutoff from iioux City to Hawarden or Ceuter via Merrill and westcen ral Plymouth Considerable roperty has already been bought in lerrill for rightofway and depot pur The proposed line will also uii through Hiuton aaid two new sites or towns are said to have been so ured in this six miles of near and the tUer in section Grant t will thus be seen that the pro osed new line would practically be utside of Akrons trade territory and ould neither add to or detract from ts present trade Attorneys Call f Sioux and Struble f arc said to be uegotiat ivestigation showed him to be a pool the Billy applied a reliev g lotion as illicitly as but gess has just accepted a position as j has since found that taking his meals traveling salesman for the Tootle1 from a shelf is more comfortable than Campbell Dry Uoods one of the I joining ths family circle at the largest wholesale concerns in Jos Miss Beruieo Blackmail arrived yes He has territory in southj terday from Sac to visit eastern South Dakota and started on former schoolmates aud Her his initial trip carrying father was a former Baptist pastor dozen sample ig for the right of way for the North While tho Sioux City and pirit Lake in termban is at present an apparently comatose coudi there is another interurbaii pro ct that bears more earmarks of a live Sioux City to Cen via Elk Spiiik and a rich aud productive agricultural Sur veys are being made and rightofway meetings are being held along the projected which find the right kind of encouragement from the land Report has it that the line would probably be extended from Cen tervillo to Bijou Everyone reads the want Put your wants before the Buy Them Now Theres plenty of warm weather ahead and youll need warm weather goods to seoure Tho Bargains we offer in these goods will even warrant you laying in a supply for next year if Ihey 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 we have to offer in the above and other Our slock is larger limn we desire to carry and prices are cut in every department to miike Highest Market Prices for Farm Produce Yours for Trade HAUCK   

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