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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - September 9, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                If VOLUME SEPTEMBER NUMBER 4 Local News doing Comlngi Doing Arthur DArvllle went to Sioux City on business and Simeon visited Hawarden friends in our Want Column is a profitable Try 1 Big cut in Wall Paper oil everything under regular 20c ttt Henning Shoulberg and Patrick Fo ley were Sioux City visitors the first of the Mervin Maxson and family have moved to where he has a Job on a dray Master William of was a guest last Week of and southeast of of was a visitor last week at the home of his northwest of and Moore and of Elk Sunday visitors of the family of his and LeMars 7 A fifteenyear Mlss Vera Ross was a Sioux Cityx visitor Snaw went to Sunday land Try our KeenCut Diamond S Cof at Douglass ORielly went to Sioux City Tuesday for a brief visit with When you wish firstclass Meats go to the New east of Ken dall Miss Bernice Blackman returned to Sac City after a pleasant visit with friends Delia of Sioux was an overSunday visitor at the home of her and Blanche Waterbury was here visiting her She has a position in the Pelletier store at Sioux Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and at The bargains are yours for the old daughter of Andrew living near will be operated on for appendicitis at the hospital this Miss Hazel who formerly re sided here with her arrived yesterday from to visit the family of her and girlhood Miss Anna of here a few days last week with her uncle and and on her way to Alces coster to teach in the town t and Antrum of Sioux were Sunday guests of the of his Jenkins now has a run on a fast mall train between Sioux City and and George Searls and children arrived Saturday from Har for a visit with rela tives and George has about a weeks vacation from his duties in the bank Seamands arrived from last Thursday for a few days visit with his parents and other He Is in tine real es tate business at Hettinger and pre sented a few of his propositions to friends There are things you can get along but to be successful you must have a business Write Mankato Commercial for their yearbook of visited the families of her and John and her George John Hamman had and get Information that will lead you to Searls came from Sioux Falls Saturday and was accompanied home Sunday by his wife and who had been visiting relatives since their return from She has en recovered from the illness re the high altitude near suiting from James of WHS a visitor last week of the fami lies of her Nel son and The la dles who was visiting left this week to make her home with a brother and sisters in Old Fred Raymonds big melodramatic will soon appear for the flnst time lu this city and comes well To those who have laughed at and with Zeke and Daisy it may be In said The Missouri that another the pleasure of a visit from his bro and of last They returned and James Phipps have returned from Mahaska this where he has been farming the past They expect to locate in this Miss Lula Johnson Jeft Monday for a visit with relatives at South Sioux She will take a va tiori of about two weeks from her du ties as clerk in Ronrers the Country a rural will appear at the Akron op era house next Wednesday September It Is said to be one of the best of its kimd on the Hilllker Son now Aave on display at their shop a cooled gasoline engine of the latest Anybodyinterested is invited to callarid see it in oper Neil Robertson attended the county Sunday school convention in LeMars Saturday and Sunday and on Tuesday represented the Junior League at a district Evconference in Sioux Bradley and returned Saturday from ex tended stay at the homes of her and Ru near Bradley will remainthere for a After the close of the band concert season Director DArvllle wishes to start a goodsized class of young men and boys for band Instruction during the coming wishing to Join are requested to report to him at of arrived Sunday for a brief visit with her who has been quite 111 at the her and Bertrand ar rived Tuesday from A large audience greeted the open ing attraction in opera house last Smythe came from Elk Point today to visit her Miss Llbbie Searls went to San today to visit James of Sioux vis ited the young people to the George Way homo last The Akron Creamery wants your mlik and Highest prices and honest of vis ited her and Henry Kim and her last Buy your School Pencils and Tab lets to the amount of 15c Morth and get a nice Book Carrier Win of Sac are guests at the home of her and Franklin Whitney and returned last Friday from a visit with her parents at South and of were visitors past week at the home of her Albert northeast of John Rush arrived Monday from Sargents where he has been Is in store for them when Old Arkunsaw comes to of Iowa connected with the Iowa geological was hero the first of the week conducting researches In regard to the sand and gravel beds of this which are among tho most Important in ex He also visited the Severn Jensen northeast of at which place the prehistoric remains of a mastodon were found several several years ago while a well was being of Mex with her arrived hero to visit the family of her sis Fred soon after tho disastrous flood in re ceived the welcome news last week 1 pf her husbands He was not the city when the flood as she had feared he would Nickel and daughter Tues day for to visit her and the family of her Friday The the The same attraction ap peared here lost but with the exception of and Lambert in tho leading roles it waa considerably below its former The Masons have arranged for con siderably more room in their lodge Having leaded the three rooms on the east side of the formerly used as office which will now be utilized as reception and regalia rooms and for culinary it gives them the entire floor over Cobbs drug store us an assenjbly County Surveyor Myers was called from LeMars the latter part of last week establish a lot lino for Smith and As a result of his is re quired to move about eight to the east his building occupied by Strohels to allow Bak er room for the old First National bank which is being maved to his lot on the Akron frlonds learn with interest of tho marriage of Ray Huxtable and Miss Anna both of Le at the brides home lu that last Thursday Septem ber Cordial congratulations are extended The groom assisted his John Huxtable in the con struction of the opera house block about three years ago and was later employed for a time by tho Akron Lumber working the past to visit his parents and other and Ellis Petty and Ray southwest of left yesterday for Wyoming to take The Petty brothers father and other rel atives are located Miss Minnie of is visiting at the home of her Anthony west of Another sister and her husband were also down from this Rohrer is entitled to sympathy in the painful attack of erysipelas in his has confined him to his home this He is slightly improved today and hopes to be back duty at the store and Harry Allen left Sajur day with their car of goods for and their wives and children departed yesterday to join them They will go on claims near there and a host of friends here wish them all kinds of and Claude Squires and Oswell Squires from Wessington were visitors of Neal and other relatives here last Frank Neal accompanied the Squires brothers to points in South Dakota the first of the week to look up some Neil Robertson closed a deal last week for the sale of a fine half sec tion of South Dakota farm well to Earth Peter Carl and wellknown farmers east of They all went in together on the deal and bought the land in a Leonard Smith departed last Friday for a visit to the He will take in the exposition at Seattle and visit friends Spokane and Medical and He will stop for some time with Ken nedy in Portland and if anything fa vbrable offers may locate The very light frost of Sunday August was repeated last Sunday only a little Neither were sufficient to affect veg The past week of damp and cloudy weather nas not been con ducive to rapid corn but all except late varieties are now prac tically out of danger from The strongest dramatic company to appear in the Akrou opera house will be seen when the Ernest Fisher play ers present The Three of Us on Friday September The play is of western the en tire scenic production is carried and it will be a firstclass performance in every that the man agement of the opera house guaran Roy Root took Wise up into South Dakota this week on a land scouting Applications for hunters licenses can be filed at the office of Robert son Misses Agnes Bixler and Edith Root will assist in Miss Farnhams millinery this Miss Martha of Sioux was a visitor Tuesday at the home of her Have Martin do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone Miller writes from that he has opened a new store there and ir doing Northup came from Elk Point Tuesday for a brief visit the home of her daughter Johnson left Sunday for a few days visit in Paul and Minneapo lis and tothe Minnesota state Lionel Eustace left last Friday to Join Ben Tucker as a student in the Iowa Business college at Daa Butcher and of Sioux visited her John and other relatives here last Eden and Miss returned today to their homes oast of after a visit with the family of the formers daugh Dick in 131k Akrons public schools opened Mon day morning with a larger attendance than at the beginning a year The first day was devoted to organ ization of but things are now rapidly shaping for a year of ex cellent and Bennett and children arrived here last Friday from Los having visit ed enroute with relatives in Colo The family has resided in Los Angeles several months and thfey are well satisfied with locality as an ideal place to enjoy life and only re turn here to look after property in and Bennett ex pect to again go onto their farm north of town next When they are able to sell the farm it is their intention to return to the Their many friends are glad to again greet Last Sunday was the date for the annual Epworth League rally but Instead a general rally day for the church was Follow ing was the days program Preach ing service at conducted by Woodburn preaching and song service at Sunday school at 12 afternoon rally by the en tire church j at 3 Epworth League service at 7 in charge of the president preaching and song service at S of delivered excellent ad dresses at the afternoon and evening There was a large congregation at the morning ser but the unfavorable weather kept many away in the The chorus choir was in charge of The days services were full of interest and helpfulness to all tees to the Several business men have ex pressed their sentiment this week in favor of a fair and carnival here this The fact that there has been no celebration of any kind here this sea except the Catholic is one reason why a good many are iii favor of a fall aud another roason is because last falls stock and agricultural fair was such a pro nounced and pleasing We have yet plenty of time to oil fair and carnival ofHhis and with a few representative men to give tho project a start there will be plenty ready and wiling to fall into lino and Lets get busy and give tho peoplo of the surrounding country entertainment they will Bad Man With a Knife is A young fellow named Jam Cum who has been working in this vicinity for some was arrested by Marshal Anderson on the street last Thursday afternoon for threaten ing another with a knife while in an intoxicated He was also trying to a Cum mings was lodged In jail until when he was arraigned before Mayor LADIES SUIT SAHE ON ACCOUNT of inability to price our Suits the first of this caused by an error in the bill we will continue the Sale until the middle of next You cannot afford to miss seeing these They are the Latest and Swellest things on the The early buyer has the largest variety to choose We Pay for AH Alterations was referred to the Printing commit with power to A motion prevailed that Diort sou and Sayles be notified to contruct a new sidewalk in front their on the north side ol block Bills allowed Iowa Municipalities An drew cement fire chief Fullerton Lumber W lamphightiug and labor Moore for a guilty to the charge He plead not placed against but there was sufficient evi dence introduced to make the court feel justified in Imposing afine of or fifteen days In county Cummings chose to lay it out and Marshal Anderson accompanied him to LeMars Friday There he will be denied for a short at of appearing in the role of a bad Council At the regular meeting of the coun cil Monday evening all members were present except A motion prevailed that Akrons tax levy for tho coming year be recom mended to the county board as fol lows General 10 mills water 2 mills road 6 mills light 3 mills bond 5 Upon the request of the for permission to put In a cinder walk along the right ofway on Dakota street was Tho matter of printing of tho new and revised ordinances lu book form Early Fall MI1LI1NERY DISPLAY SPECIAL SALE Having the advantage of visit ing the millinery in my absence of several I have been able to pick up some very choice patterns of The Latest and Nobbiest Styles In TRIMMED AND TAILOREDHATS from the far eastern at very reasonable which I will in turn sell you at the very lowest possible Though it is come any way and we will spare no pains to show the goods and strive to please I also sell the BEST for cleaning all kinds of cloths of all la dies and gloves mens suits and coat It has no equal for leaves no ugly stains or makes like Try I guarantee its MOVED ACROSS THE but in the same old stand PARINMAM Akrou8 Only Reliable Milliner 20 SAVED f OR ONE YEAR On and after this for one every customer buying goods at our store will be given a lOc trade check with each SOc worth of goods they These trade checks will be ac cepted by us at face value toward t the purchase of any article we carry in our Special Novelty consisting of Leather and Ask to ee INavelty Department Highest Market Prices for Farm Produce Yours for Trade HAUCK   

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