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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME SEPTEMBER NUMBER 3 Local News Ooldfi Comlnfi Dotafi An in our Want Column is a profitable Try George Aberdeen Tuesday on Fort left Tuesday to visit at several South Dakota Try our KeenCut Diamond S Cot at Douglass Miss of is a guest at the home of Doug Miss Esther Peterson went to Rock Rapids yesterday for a visit with her Big cuf in Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at Beck left Monday for Sioux and other South Dakota points on Wilson Heasley and northwest of left here Saturdayfor a few days visit at Hans the Spink black was here Saturday and took the evening train for Canton for a brief and James south east of left Saturday to visit relatives in DesMolnes and attend the state Herman came from Sioux City Saturday and Joined his wife in an overSunday visit at the home of her Lawrence son of and northeast of went to Cedar Saturday to re sume study In the state Is pn object to you That is what you can save on board if you at tend Mankato Commercial at Send for their year Miss Annie Johnson and came from Sioux City Satur day for a brief visit at the home of her and Henry Fred Burnett left Tuesday for Lake to spend a short vacation from his duties in the store at the home of his brotherin Congregational min ister at will preach in the Akron church at the usual hours of service next Good music will be who conducts a big ranch near arrived here last Friday for a brief visit with old time He had been attending the Homecoming celebration in Le and Mike who had been visiting the family of her west and other left yester day for their home at The Girl and the Stampede is free from It awakens that 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 began work last Friday on Fred Searls new on his farm east of Riverside It will be a roomy two He will also erect a goodsized barn and make other substantial Improvements on the Old Fred Raymonds big melodramatic will soon appear for the first time in this city and comes well To those who have laughed at and with Zeke and Daisy in The Missouri it may be said that another treat is in store tor them when Old Arkansaw comes to the departed last Thursday for where his parents and was Joined at this by his two Their mother is very low of cancer of the Bain will be absent two or three and possibly for a greater length of dependent upon his mothers Tony Nelson arrived last Friday from Red to tako a po sition In the Agent Searls hav ing at last beou granted a second as sistant by Nelson Is a brother of Fred of this He has had about a year and a half ofi experience In sta tion work and bo aible to relieve Searls at wivwy burdensome de Whalen and daughter went tb Beresford yesterday to visit her sis When you wish firstclass Meats go to the New east of Ken dall Miss Anna Kldd is her Miss Miriam ofHln this The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest Rex Smith left Saturday to act as for the fast ball team at in several Buy your School Pencils and Tab lets to the amount of 16c worth and get a nice Book Carrier Win Regular 16c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Cc and at The bargains are yours for the Miss Sade Lenderlnk came yes terday from for a visit at the home of her Clalr Biddlecoine came up Tuesday from Sioux City for a brief He has a position with a wallpaper and paint firm Moline and daughter returned to Sioux City after a visit at the home of her west of HJThe west end of the old warehouse in the rear of the First National bank Building has been torn out to make room for the new Baker Misses Grace and Jessie Wade de parted Saturday for a weeks visit at the home of their uncle at and with relatives at The Ladies Aid will hold ts annual picnic next Wednesday at the home of north of All members and friends of the society are Miss Alice who was a visit or several days of and northwest of returned Monday her home in She Is a teacher in the schools The Western Bridge Construction started a crew and piledriver to work last week on the 192 feet of rldging to b done over the washed out Dakota grade northwest of Hilliker Son now have on display at shop a hopper cooled Dempster gasoline engine of the latest Anybody interested s invited to call and see it in oper and Frank Blair have had pleasure of a visit the past week rom her Note of Blair has een having a serious time with blood poisoning in her Fred son of Eng left Monday for Can He expects to locate on a gov ernment claim near Moose Jaw or For a lone boy of eight this is considerable of an under but Fred has the nerve to make a go of the 4The rain which fell steadily all of ast night broke a considerable pe riod of drouth and will greatly bene fit late pastures and expedite fall The moisture will also hast en the ripening of corn if warm wea ther Light frost has been re ported at some points in the north Landlord Martin is install ing a couple of uptodate toilet rooms n the New Kendall He went to Sioux City yesterday to arrange or piping to be used in the new steam heating plant he is also put ting With these added convenienc the New Kendall will be second to nose in this outside of the Welch has started quite an enterprise at his home east of the After designing and construct ng set of he Is now turn ng out cement curbing for cemetery Including corner posts and ped estals for the Those who have seen his product are fa vorably impressed with Its practica bility and with the neatness and at tractiveness it would lend to In a contest recently conducted by the Duluth daugh ter of and merly of this was one of 150 school children to win a prize for writing the best essays on The Shep herd The winners represent the brightest and ablest pupils of the city and the prizes were free admission tickets to the best seats for the performance of the The Shepherd Johnson left Sunday to enjoy a few days visit the state Des Burgess and went to Vermillion last Frl day to visit relatives a few Henry of Illi visited the family of his Henry the past Parker came froih LeMars the first of the week to visit at the home of her northeast of and Fred Beauchamp left Monday for a visit in Des Motnes and with her parents at Red Rust came from last week for a visit with the family of his and Snow and who were guests last week of the Mar tin returned Saturday to Hu Woodburn and Neil Robertson and children returned Tues day from a delightful outing at Spirit and Martin Smythe vis ited in Hawarden the first of the She has a class in elocution Grant Chapman and from near are visitors at the home of her this Misses Vina and Vivian Agnes departed Tuesday for Des Moines to resume study at Jos ephs south of departed last week for an extended visit with relatives at the old fam ily Frank Waterbury and bride have returned from Merrill ari3 will re side He began working Mon day in Ervin Styles barber Edward who is in the land business at is visiting his parents near He was an Akron caller Friday and Miss Marga Eyland departed today for where she teaches in the high school the com ing She was accompanied by her who will attend school Ben Tucker returned Sunday to Des Moines to resume study in the Iowa Business Frank Nel son accompanied him and will visit the state He may also enter the there A fine birch tree on Winter steens lot in Riverside cemetery was almost ruined a short time ago by some person maliciously peeling the bark off all It will be well for such offenders to remember that there is a standing reward for their and that it will go exceed ingly hard with them if There will be held in the Method ist church at LeMars on Saturday and September 4 and the eleventh annual session of the Plym outh County Sunday School associa with sessions each afternoon ana Each Sunday school is en titled to two and super intendents and pastors are also en titled to seats in the An interesting program is Neil of this reads paper Sunday evening on The Boy and Girl of Today the Man and Wo man of The local opened for the fall and winter last eve The large frame building in the rear of Wendts store has been specially equipped and remodeled for the associations the lower floor for the gymnasium and the up stairs rooms for reading and other It will afford the young men and boys of Akron and vicinity opportunity for wholesome amuse as everything will be conducted under proper Parents should interest themselves in this commendable project and encourage their sons to become and Smith and Hammer cannot get through tell ing their friends here of the splen did time they had upon their recent visit among former Akronites in Ore gon and Especially did they enjoy their stay in Spokane with the families of and Edglngton and who did everything possible to make en joyable their sojourn in that most beautiful and progressive of north west They also greatly on joyed a brief visit with and Ellis at where friends here are glad to know he Is well established in his At all points they found a cordial wel come from the oldtime I Harkness returned the first of the week from a visit with rela tives In Elk See Buttons new announce ment in this He surely has a fine selection of Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone Guernsey was up from Sioux City a guest at the Broad bent and Yeaton and Lefflngwell left Monday for North their former to look after property Buy your SchooljPenclls and Tab lets to the amount 15c worth and get a nice Book Carrier Win Miss Ella Farnhajm went to Des Moines last Friday to buy the latest in millinery goods for the fall and winter and Hairy Smith and children went to Slbux City last Fri day for a few days visit with rela tives and Searls and north east of left Monday for a visit at where his owns a Near and Victor and left Tuesday to visit at the homes of her Roy and near Searls and Miss northeast of left Satur day for a visit with the family of his brother at Former friends here of and Slick are pleased to learn that a little 4daughter came to gladden their home at August He was a former jeweler at Miss Eva of this was one of eight participants in the gold medal contest at Merrill last Friday Her sub ject was The Gamblers The medal was won by Mitchell of taking for his Plea of prize went to of There has been a lively movement of real estate across the river in Sioux Valley township Knudson has just bought the Alfred Erickson farm of 160 acres in sec tion for an and Gerhard Ahrens bought of Mel len the old Scott Kerr a short time ago bought Llnds farm on section thirtyone and the other Lind farm in that vicinity was bought by a farmer southeast of Ervin Styles barber shop moved Monday to its new location op posite the to make room for the old First National bank build the of moving which is now in The latter is a brick ve neered structure and the job of mov ing it across the street by the Falls experts will be watched with considerable While the bar ber shop was being moved the chim ney toppled one of the bricks thumping Vance Wise on the head and cutting a gash about two inches in which the attending doctor took a couple of Senrls went to Sunday afternoon to meet her and and and of Sioux upon their from a trip to Den While and Searls were taking a ride up the over new Argentine her heart became affected after reaching an al titude of about and she became so seriously ill that they were compelled to return They ar rived here Monday evening and re mained at the home of her and a few Since becoming rested from the long Searls is also re gaining her and will it is be entirely The old school bell will ring next Monday September for the opening of the fall term of and the Instructors and pupils will again resume the routine after the long summer intermission with renewed vigor and In Ak rons public schools there will be several changes In the complete being as follows LeRoy Anderson and Laughlln In the high school Miss Maggie Kundert in the Grammar room Misses Hattle Steinhouserand Carrie Bird In the Intermediate de and Misses Marguerite Ber Helen Webster and Nellye Mor ten In the Primary Josephs parochial school also opens next LADIES SUIT SALE Our Ladies Suit Sale begins next Monday and continues the entire These garments are the very latest and newest things they conie direct from the New York manufacturers by quick leaving New York on Friday and arriving here on The prices will be much lower than are usually asked for strictly uptodate but we prefer to make a number of sales at a small which gives us the same results as a few sales at a big margin of and make more and better satisfied We will make all necessary alterations in fitting these and should be able to please all purchasers in fit and CLOAKS Now is the time to select Childrens The range of variety and the sizes are the best at this and you might as well have the benefit of a full seasons Our stock is We also have Leggins and Mittens to Now is the time to get big values in Chil drens Wash Dresses and Ladies Muslin Under School Handkerchiefs for and 5c Ladies hemstitched Handkerchiefs at 5c LADIES WAISTS All Wash Waists must the values are up to now go in three STRAW HATS Worth up to September sale 15c SCHOOL SHOES Every purchaser of School Shoes is entitled to a School Bag or ask for SCHOOL TABLETS Big and lOc NEW GOODS ARRIVING The new things are arriving by freight and express hardly know where to find room for New Fancy Newport Sweaters COFFEE We sell the celebrated Harrington Ba kerized in onepound Come in and ask about the Findout We have the newest improved Coffee Mill and can granulate or pulverize coffee any de sired and the cut is which gives the best results in preparing Sewing MacKines We sell the New the best and handsomest Machine on the Our prioes are about the amount usually asked for highgrade Take a look at ten rear guarantee goes with every Clear Wide TO ADMIT Whole MARRIED 4The marriage of John Batchelder and Miss Nora of this is reported to have taken place last September at the John Malmstrom home west of here in Union DJ where and brotherinlaw and sister of the are housekeepers and where the bride has been work Justice of Sioux Valley is said to have tied the The young couple secured the li cense to wed in Elk but only after a phone message secured con sent from the brides she being only slightly more than four teen years of while the groom is about and Isaac Batchelder and and Frank of this are parents of the newlymar ried who will make their fu ture home at the groom having a position there in a railroad DIED Leuschen died early last Thursday August at the family home northeast of The previous day she was operated upon for gallstones and Intestinal ob but the effort to bring her relief was She had en dured great Buffering for a little over a Leuschen was born in Germany September and was therefore aged 50 11 months and 26 Besides the there sur vive four Ger ret and To those who mourn the loss of this althful and loving wife and the community of fers its The funeral was conducted Satur day In the Preston township German Lutheran church by and Interment was made In the cemetery BORN AA tb and Peter northeast of August 20 SAVED FOR ONE YEAR On and after this for one every customer buying goods at our store will be given a lOc trade check with each 50c worth of goods they These trade checks will be ac cepted by us at face value toward the purchase of any article we carry in our Special Novelty consisting of Leather and Ask to See INsvelty Department Highest Market Prices for Farm Produce Yours for Trade HAUCK   

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