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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - September 23, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME SEPTEMBER NUMBER 6 Local News Oolngi Comlngi Doing Fresh Oysters at Simeons Bakery Tryour KeenCut Diamond S Cof at Douglass Son The Baptist Ladles Mission circle meets with Shedd next Monday Harry Meredith left yesterday to take possession of his claim in Tripp of Elk visited the family of her Con the first of this The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest returned yester day from Little at which place he has been working in a and south of were in Sioux City the first of the where she received med leal Miss Lettle west of departed Tuesday for a visit with her In Penning ton Knudson has taken the local agency for the Ford autos and has a touring car of that make for dem onstratlon and family and Agnes accom panted their to Sioux City last Friday to consult a special ist regarding a nasal affection that is troubling Jans shipped his car of goods to his claim Tripp near and his family will soon will arrange to continue his monument business enjoyed a visit the latter part of last week from liis former Frank Mai one of whom he had not seen for a number of Mar lone travels out of Paul for the Swift Packing iCj Peery has resigned as jani tor of the public school building and expects to leave in a short with his for Elk He will work at the carpenter trade for his brother there during the winter and in the spring will engage in farming near f Akron is probably the only in this vicinity that has a lady sub stitute rural mail While Swift is taking the annual vacation of two weeks allowed by the depart his Mss is carrying his and she is giving the patrons satisfactory ser The nation mourns wiih Minnesota in the death of her distinguished ex Governor John who passed away Tuesday in a hos pital at following an op eration for bowel and Intestinal dis order by the famous He was three times elected governor in a republican state on democratic ticket and was the moat prominently mentioned candidate for the demo cratic nomination for president at the next national In described one of most beautiful Swedish comedy dramas on the will the iiext attraction at the Akron opera Thursday September This play contains a story with a good and while it contains many sad still there is enough comedy and specialties in troduced to make an evening ol thorough The Hans Hanson company carries the besf band and orchestra of aniy theatrical organization on the and will give a free openrair street concert at of the washedout northwest of town on the side is nearing The 64foot span over the first hole above the steel bridge was nearly two weeks since which construction of itho much longer south of the Bennett farm has been in pro The will be 336 feet making a total 400 feet of bridge on the The bridges are constructed on driv en about sixteen feet well braced and floored with threeinch They appear very substantial and should be able to resist any of the Big Sioux floods ami A large quantity of dirt and clay has been hauled fromthe excavation for Bakera new building onto the bad places In the grade and when it is packed and leveled will make a fine Kerr went to Worthing Saturday to visit Applications for hunters license can be filed at the office of Robert sdn Johnson left Monday for a visit with relatives at South Sioux Miss Rose Palm departed last Frl day for a vteit with her Miss at Mason See funny Hans Hanson at Ak ron opera house September Band concert on street ait and Taylor arrived Tues day from to visit the family of their eoutheasi of and Jauron and child northeast of went to Sa Tuesday to visit relatives and Frank Bonney and daughter returned Tuesday from visit ol several weeks with relatives and friends eastern HeaSley and Mrs Laura west of departed Monday for a months visit atJames Uwn and other North Dakota are repairing thesills md foundation of the did and he old plank platform on the east is being torn out and will be replaced with McCorkell went to Sioux City Monday to act as poultry judge at the Interstate He is coming to be recognized as one of the most competent judges the Hilllker Son now have on display at their shop a hopper cooled Dempster gasoline engine of he latest Anybody interested s invited to call and see it in oper of ar rived Monday for a visit at the lome of her but was called back to cago by a the sad news of the death of her sons evenings heavy rain did iot stop a number df auto owners in this vicinity from hauling loads to Sioux City Sunday to witness the wo league ball games detween Sioux ity and the leaders in he great pennant The funerail of the little child of and of Nebras was conducted in the Catholic hurch here yesterday afternoon by Father and Interment was made in the Catholic Brouillette Is a daughter of and east of Burgess and family will move o next after number years residence Burgess travels principally in South Dakota and will be enabled to each home more conveniently with is family located that A vide circle of friends regret their de from this vicinity are attend ng the Interstate fair at Sioux City his weekj For Tuesday mornings pecial train Agent Searls sold S3 oundtrip and this Thurs ay morning the number sold was A good many have made the trip by The fair is said to be on a par with former Father Hurley left yesterday fternoon for Fort to ttend the funeral of Right vicar general of the Cath lic diocese of Sioux who died following an operation for arbuncle on his This distin guished churchman was made pastor f the Catholic church in Sioux City n where he served for fourteen His age was sixtysix and his eath brings sorrow to all who held is irrespective of de Clifton and Ray Ogden did an act ast week that entitles them to the ommendatloru of all who enjoy fish ng in the Big Sioux Noticing hat there were imprisoned in the Ittle bayou above the millpond sev ral thousand minnows and a large umber of bigger fish of the ass and other game which ifere loft there after the high water they set to work to release digging a narrow ditch about hundred feet long to connect the rayou with They put In a of hours of hard work on the ob and have gained the f nothing that the small ond freezes over or dries up there vlll not be many of the small fry eft to and that somebody will ave a little better luck fishing in he With no killing frost up to Sep tember most of the corn is Miss Grace of visited relatives and friends here las When you wish firstclass Meats go to the New east of Ken dall Rex Smith returned Sunday from where he had been playing ball a couple of Another carload of uptodate Fur niturerecently received and now on west of town went to Sioux City last Friday for a few days visit with her Elmer Seward returned Saturday a visit at where he also attended the Hardin county Read Buttons large ad on the back page announcing his closing out sale of musical goods at greatly re duced Hughes was down from near over visiting at the home and with other Mesdames Wooton and Chamberlin visited at the home of their in Sioux the latter part of last and Montagne and family enjoyed a visit this week from her of Jeffer and her of Meredith went to Jos last Friday for a brief visit with his He was accompanied jy his who attend school and study music A Yeaton went to on land business last companied by Ross and August Hitzemanni went on o to visit the fam ly of his marriage license was issued in ieMars last Friday Walter Schleu ter and Miss Kate The young peopleare members of promi nent families east of here and will be married next Septem ber Whitney and family moved this week into the house formerly occupied by and Martin three blocks south of the Savings and Smythe moved across the southwest of their former LeRoy Farnnam was down from Spirit a few days last visiting bis aged mother and his Conger and Miss Ella He also found ime to renew a number of oldtime he having been in the rug business here years kfreorge south of is now he proud and owner of a fine new Overland fivepassenger touring which he bought from the lo cal He Waterbury and DT and Strong to Sioux Falls on Thursday of last week and drove the 3ar The roads were good and hey fairly burned the trail in going the sixty miles without lelay or Lias and fam ly will get a large amount of satis action out of the Hinrichson drove to the Akron mill Monday with a load of fifty ushels of wheat for east of The team of mules to going up the drive way to the and ia their back ng and sawing finally broke the allowing the wagon to oil down the isteep bank to the river The driver made a quick jump and escaped possible There vas a wide scattering of bur all except ten or twelve bushels was cooped up and The wagon adged at the south end of the flume and was very little Kennedy walked down town rom his home last Friday for the irst time since early to Rheu natism of the feet has laid him on he he has been patient even though the ailment has irevailed during the best of the fish ng It is a source of much atisfaction to his many friends to ee him about His arrived hero Mon ay from this and after e makes a short visit with relatives n this city they expect to go to Lake to visit at the lome of A little later In the fall contemplates a trip to Hot there to make an xtended sojourn and take a course rf treatment at the famous Leave your Laundry at Kendall Ho Ida Phone If Big cut in Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at Swanson this week bought the old family homestead near S of Have L Martin Sinythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone Lambertson came from Hawardea Saturday to vleit at the home of her frlendj March Waterbury arrived Sunday from jils ranch near for a few days vteiit with relatives and Regular 15o and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and at The bargains are yours for the and Irving of Mad stopped here en route to the fair at Sioux for a brief visit with Unsuccessful attempts were made to burglarize the bank at Oyens Sun day morning and the postoffice at LeMars Monday Barr arrived Saturday from the State Soldiers home at Marshall town to visit the family of nisi daugh and other relatives and Ayrault went to Hawar den Monday and received into the Baptist church there a class of young people who were converted at the time he held special services a ew months orge son of and of this is reported by the Atedical Lake Mail to lave sold his claim near and moved to that where lis wifes folks and Rohrer and daugh departed Sunday for a weeks visit in He will also pick up choice bargains in fall and winter merchandise for the bene lt of his store of writes the RegisterTribune to send the paper to him at for a few He and his brotherinlaw are seeking a location or a drug store down The auction season is again neat at hand and those intending to hold sales should remember that the Reg sterTribune is fully prepared to turn out the most attractive bills and ad ertiise their sales in the most thor ough manner Miss Vina Peterson returned Sun day from a pleasant weeks visit ait with her Miss Marie who was for merly here in Halls She also made a visit to the Minnesota state Lloyd of arrived ast Friday for a few days visit with his Miss one of the eachers Frisbie has charge of the his father being editor of that paper and the Ida Grove Rec This office acknowledges a pleasant fraternal call from the young who has a fine college and prac fcal and who is entering upon what promises to be a very suc essful journalistic Martin Smythe gave a prl recital in the church Sat urday afternoon which thoroughly de ighted about seventyfive invited aud She was assisted by a couple if her pupils in Misses Velle Muhs and Ida and with musical numbers by Bur vocal solos and Mies earl Seamands piano Each umber was accorded an and Smythes dramatic presentation rf A Dolls which she mpersonated seven different charac ers was highly artistic and particu arly Lawn Social at On Friday September a awu social will be held at the home f Martin in Sup er will be served from 5 to 9 All the people in Akron and icinity are cordially invited to at This will be an enjoyable ride his moonlight Council Tho town council met regular ession Monday with Mayor Moore presiding and all members By unanimous an Introduced was passed and adopted providing for the delivery of the as sessment certificates tor the cost of EASY SHOES for WOMEN plain flexible soles and common sense They are the heigth of shoe comfort and These come in the celebrated GreenWheeler MaKe We are the exclusive distributors of this famous line for Akron and Our fall stock of these easy Shoes are here they come in three grades and SANITOS UNDERWEAR This well known and satisfactory make of Underwear is here for fall and They are all perfect gar no seconds or run of the kind in our misses and childrens in union and twopiece union and wool The raw material that goes into these garments have advanced in but our order was placed early and the same low prices prevail previous to the RAIN COATS New lot of Ladies Rain Coats in the loose and semifitted They are the thing for fall and rainy to UNIT SWEATERS missesand They are comfortable and sightly garments up Ladies and Childrens CloaKs Better garments and larger variety than any previous We can please the highest class of trade and also those of small and moderate The New Bear Pony Skins and Caraculs are certainly mak ing a Call and see CEL CORSETS The new models and staple styles are Corsets appeal to all well dressed Prices from and Akrons sanitary sewer system to the the Lytle Construction of Sioux It was on that the bill for repairs on the sewer ditches against the Lytle Construction be to The clerk was instructed tomake a contract with Hall for rent of the lot occupied by the jail ind hose house at per Bills allowed Perry Bill of Meredith Son of for was referred to he Finance Early Pall MILLINERY DISPLAY Having the advantage of visit ing the millinery in my absence of several I have been able to piek up some very choice patterns of he Latest and Nobbiest Styles In TRIMMED AND TAILORED HATS 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 palus to show the gooda and strive to please v I also sell the BEST for cleaning all kinds of cloths of all la dies and gloves mens suits ftud coat It has uo 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 POP 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 a n d Ask to Sec Nsvelty Department Highest Market Prices for Farm Produce Yours for Trade HAUCK   

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