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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - September 16, 1909, Akron, Iowa VOLUME SEPTEMBER NUMBER 5 Local News Going Doldgi Fresh Oyeters at Simeons Waterbury was in LeMars on business the first of the Koch went to Nebraska yesterday on land Try our KeenCut Diamond S Cof at Douglass The grant Interstate fair will be In progress at Sioux City all of next The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest George Mentzer terminated a sev eral weeks visit with his sons here departing for his home In and Dave Oulllaume and and Klrsteln went Omaha yesterday to take in the con vention of a colored man from Sioux has opened a pantatorlum and bath parlor the basement of the opera and Juhl arrived yester day from Remsen to visit her Peter and other rel atives in this The heavy rains of Sun day and Monday nights thoroughly moistened the ground and places it in splendid condition for the remain der of the fall northwest of and Pollock departed Monday for take In the state fair in progress there this week and to look at land in that Kuborn bought a new Bulck fivepassenger touring car of the local Klauar is now the owner of Kuborns former Reo Earl Dee and family moved here from Westfield this week and occupy one of Hills Dee Is an experienced painter and paperhanger and makes a bid for local patronage inWis Young If you wish to be in dependent learn shorthand and type A stenographer always com mands a good Send to Man kato Commercial for their yearbook and you will learn all about Do It Behrens arrived here Monday from his claim near for briefvlsit with He reports conditions very satisfactory up having raised a fine crop of this season and now having quite an acreage of winter which yields well In that Old Fred Raymonds big melodramatic will soon appear for the first time lu this city and comes well To Applications for hunters licenses can be filed at the office of Robert son Douglass departed Sun flay to relatives in Sioux City and Battle Fields attended a meeting of the First District lotwa Miners as sociation in Sioux City and Frank from Sioux are guests at the home of her and south east of are at this week looking Into a land propo Myers left Tuesday for a visit at the home of her Alice near South was at Marlon Junc last near where he recently bought a He was ac companied there by John and south east of departed Monday for a visit with the family of her John at of Is vis iting her and family and other relatives in this She is enroute to California to and John who have been visiting the family of their east of returned Tuesday to their home at Owing to tho threatening the usual large crowd did not turn out to the band concert Saturday eve Pretty soon Jack Frost will in terfere with the openair Hilllker Son now have on display at their shop a hopper cooled Dempster gasoline engine of the latest Anybody interested is invited to call and see It in oper Everett of Gregory who has been visiting relatives and friends here and at left Tuesday evening for a brief visit at Dell with his Chamberlin arrived last Friday from to I Fred Peterson to Alcostt Tuesday to look after farm interests Mllss Nellie Shaw went to Illnto last where she wijl teach term of and Frank and chili ren visited over Sunday with Siou Falls French came up from El Point Saturday to look after his fanr Interests west of Regular services will be conductec in the local German Lutheran chura Sunday by the Ross came down Sunday froir for a few days visl with relatives and Have Martin Smythe do you Painting and and ge firstclass Phone Henry and Hans Wilier left Tues day for South Dakota points to buy a big bunch of cattle for wlntei Read Buttons largo ad the back page announcing his closing out sale of musical goods at greatly re duced Kuborn Frank Hoffman went to Tuesday on a land They may also visit the state fair at and Roetman at those who have laughed at and with Zeke and Daisy In The Missouri It may be said that another treat is In store for them when Old Arkausaw comes to Tho cartoon in the ReglstorTrlib unes Gallery of Local Celebrities last week was from the clever pen of by special re quest of the The joke was on tho regular artist of that depart ment and created no amall amount of A large number of cor rect answers as to the identity of the subject were sent Among the list of names appearing in the LoMars papers as having se cured a license to hunt in Plymouth not one Is shown from Akron and Theres quite a bunch of the boys heYo who are handy with the gun and they would surely be en abled to secure a dollars worth of sport per Some of them are shying strong at the annual hunt ers fee required in South The open season is now on and the ducks are beginning to so it Is up to tho nimrods to do something nnd and John Reomts and rerturued Monday from a few weeks visit in Washing ton They much enjoyed the sights scenes in that sec but declare they would not de siro to live on account of the disagreeable dust and sivnd clouds that fill tho air ao continually during the dry That they raise great small grain in country is shown by samples of Russian Red wheat left at this office by which went forty por Messrs Schleutor and Rtomts brought a quantity of this wheat seed home and will oxperlniunt with its growth in this ablo visit her her and many oldtime It is her first visit to the old home since the family went west about four years The half farm southeast of here in Westfield township bought by Cilley and March a couple of months ago was sold at a nice margin of profit this week to August of this through the agency of Robertson John writing thisoffice re garding a change of says the United States Aluminum by which firm he is employed near Pitts has an Immense 360 clerks being employed in the of fice He rather expects be sent to Chicago as an assistant be fore next Old Fred Raymonds big melodramatic will appear here for tho first time next Wednes day September Ray mond has given us some rare treats In the past and his Old Arkansaw comes well funnier a gawkler Mary a cuter Jim and a more winsome Sue than Ever In with its mount ains and its moonshine whiskey its clay jugs and its hillbillies its honest hearts anil its laughing eyes You dont have to travel to Its traveling to A true portrayal of Arkansas life will be seen when the arrives next Wednesday September Reserve your seats early at Putnam resignedhis posi tion Wades store and left yester day to join his family on the chiton near His accompaned him to where they will visit the family of their son who has succeeded Pul nnm as clerk at Wades still retains his interest In the barber shop and has employed Elmer Hammer there in his Strobel lias moved her millinery parlors Into tho much larger and more convenient quarters that has been by Buttons music Btoro tho past three and Strobel have bought the property of Andrew Johnson and will reside in tho rear Button will continue ns agent for the Bald win pianos and may erect a building of his own If he cun secure a suit tended the Sioux county fair and vis ited relatives and friends at Orange City the latter part of Jast and Harry Sargent arrtvec Monday from for a visit with the family of his southwest of Albert Hagel has opened a bowling alley and shooting gallery In his east of the Fullerton lum ber He now has one good alley In and Fettemiani ar rived last Friday from Kansas to visiit his mother and Clar west of and to renew old time acquaintances Bain will be home from Canada to conduct services Sunday in the Sunday will be the last before annual conference and a large attendance is Miss Murel Ross was in Vermillion malting preparations to re sume her duties as an instructor in German in the state fall term opens there this Guernsey arrived Saturday from Philadelphia to visit her pa and her Miss and her brotherhilaiw and and The local Womens Relief corps has been holding a contest for securing new The losing side was agreed to furnish the losing side a The contest began In Jan uary and Closed hi the blues securing twentyone and the reds fourteen new The banquet will be held in Masonic hall Satur day September to which every member of the Corps Is cor dially 42 Tho Big Sioux river rose three feet the first of the due to exceed ingly heavy rains up the Ha warden and vicinity were visited by the worst rain electrical storm of the season Saturday consid erable damage The fine new dynamo in the electric light plant at that place was burned out by light entailing a loss of several hun dred Ernest Fisher and his talented com pany of players presented The Three of Us to a goodsized audiences at the opera house last Friday The plot Is cleverly laid around a western mining portraying the loving solicitude of a sister for her two younger the three being Miss Gayette superb ly enacted the role of the elder sis was ably supported and the members of the company were fre quently applauded by an audience ap preciative of and delighted with their The Fisher players will al ways find a welcome Kendeparted Tuesday on his annual hunt for big game iu the He was accompanied by his and Henry Brad of and they started on the trip in tho doctors Keo thplr destination uolmj the ex tremes northwest part of As far ns possible they will follow the famous Glklden auto trail to and hey may be able to go tho on1 Big cut in Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at When you wish firstclass Moats go to the New oast of Ken dall Summy left Saturday for visit at Council Ho may als go to boCorc returning Frank southwest of town departed Tuesday for D to view sights and scenes at the stat Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Go and a The bargains are yours fo the and Cilley and hli Cilley returnet last Friday from a very enjoyable via it of a month In New Englant with relatives and among old home Adavlllo Woodmen Have Good Time The annual picnic given by the Mod ern Woodmen and Royal Neighbors n Harry Attrills flnu grove neni Adaville last Thursday was attendee by about 500 people and all uad a splendid time A thoughtful and interesting dress on Woodcraft delivered ty Following were the winners of the sports Freeforall foot Will Wood chopping and sawing axe won by Wilbur Morehead and saw won by Ray Naildriving ontest for won by Louis The ball game between Adaville and Westfield was a big The contest was close and exciting at all but the Adaville boys made finish hi the last with the score 2 to 3 against they went In and batted out he two runs necessary to win the A feature was the pitching of of Sioux for e allowing only three scattered vhile of cuched up for uine safe Very ew errors were Thedays doings were closed by a Ig dance in the music be ng supplied by a Westlield orches The hop was enjoyed until a ate MARRIED The marriage of Will Hien and Miss lenne Huls took place eptember at the home of er and Henry well known residents north ast of in this The eremony was performed by of Preston In the resence of relatives and a number of nvited A big banquet and ocial time followed the The newlymarried couple will re ide with her Many friends xtend congratulations and very best ishes to the young distance by Alva Sea moment he was caled to by a telegram from his broth cm Important DIED Claus William Strobehn passed way September t her home three miles north of Ak after an extended illness of aged 69 years 2 months and 9 Anna Traer was born in Ham June She married Strobehu in Hamburg i They came to this country u settling at n 1S74 they moved to near where they settled om a omestead and experienced the dis ouragements of the great grasshop er ravages the few years 1SS2 they carno over into Plym uth locating on a farm on In ian four and a half miles ovth of Three children were oni of this happy Viilliam and all of whom The husband and father was ailed to his reward in at the Indian where he family continued to reside until when they moved to the pres nt She was a of 110 character and well and faithfully id she fulfill tho duties of life as ley came to Those left in be eavement have the sympathy of the Funeral services were conducted I tho home at 2 Monday by of Union Interment in Riverside com ROHRER LADIES SUITS Only One Day Left to Get Ladies Suits at a Saving of to per Suit We have a New York sample line showing the newest latest weaves and correct colors for this and linedwith guaranteed We can de liver the garments or take your order for any kind or size and if any need to be fitted we pay all alteration We positively undersell all competitors near or far so you can afford to buy a good Cloak with the amount you save in buying your Suit of us at this These samples must be returned Saturday If interested do not fail to come CLOAKS JST Ladies and Childrens Cloaks in great Another lot of Childrens Cloaks just making more than double the amount shown in the past Now is tfte time to make selections while variety and siaes are at SCARFS and MITTENS to match the childrens See THE DESIGNER mi CTBTS A copy CEKTS STANDARD FASHION NEW YORK Your Last TO GET THE DESIGNER at 5Oc a Year With the September issue of THE DESIGNER the sub scription price was advanced from 50o to 75j u By a special arrangement with the The Standard Fash ion we give you this chance to get THE DESIGNER at the old price if you take advantage of this SPECIAL OFFER Until October we will accept subscriptions at 50o per nnd present subscribers may renew for not over two years in advance at this Others may also secure a sub scription for two years for only Take advantage of this bargain offer and save BORN A to and Frank Pe south of September A to and of Septem er A to and How rd of eptember A to and Arthur east of Card of j To the friends who so kindly as1 mcinds had made all preparations to slsted and offered sympathy during accompany ho but at the last tho tllnesa and after the death of our I beloved we extend our sin1 cero GUSTAV aud Early Fall MILLINERY DI PLAY SPECIAL SALE 18 Having the advantage of visit ing the millinery in my absence of several I have been able to pick up some very choice patterns he Latest and Nobbiest Styles In RIMMED ANDTAILORED HATS from the far eastern at very reasonable which I will iu sell you at tho 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 FARNHAM Akrons Only Reliable Milliner 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 ee INsvelty Department Highest Market Prices for Farm Produce Yours for Trade HAUCK
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