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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - September 30, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME SEPTEMBER NUMBER 7 Local News Gainst Comlngi Dolngf Fresh Oysters at Simeons Try our KeenCut Diamond S Cof at Douglass The Ladles Aid meets with Hexforcl next Wednesday after Arden Ross came from the univer sity at Vermlllion for a Sunday vis it at Henry Faroham came from Sioux City today to visit relatives and Pember returned Sat urday from a visit in her eons home at Rock Foley arrived last Friday from for a vlsilt with relatives and The Akron Creamery wants your mlik and Highest prices and honest Everything in my Buggy and Sur rey line at reduced Buy now and save Mesdames Chamberlln and Wootan went to to day to visit the Henry Hughes and of Col were at the home oi her last LeRoy Anderson departed for last by the illness of her She will remain several west of ac companied her Miss who has been visiting to her home at last Beginning next October evening services in the local Pro testant churches begin a half hour earlier than during the summer Nels from the Black Hills visited over Sun day here with his and He went on to Mara to visit another That owl attachment Goodwin has rigged on his Pierce Racine car insures him a clear track for about a half mile ahead and at tracts all kinds of arttentlon whenever he turns it who had been av visitor the home of her and Water for several departed last Friday for where her band has a position in barber Bradley returned from Lake where he has been assisting his vand his with their farming operations the past two They have raifaed excellent crops this The auction season is again near at hand and those intending to hold sales should remember that the Reg isterTribune Is fully prepared to turn out the most attractive bills and ad vertlse their sales in the most thor ough manner Al who has appeared in Akron and surrounding towns for a number of seasons in ills Family exhibiting in a shot his wife and then himsBlf at the home of his at the first of this both being dead Jealousy is given as the probable He was 60 and she 33 years of being his second who slanted by auto about two weeks ago on a hunt ing trip to northwestern made the trip from Sioux City to Denver in his Reo machine in fifty four actual nunming fine record through the sands of Ne Cllley has received word of the arrival of the party at Chambers visited relatives in Sioux City yesterday and Tuesday Several Akron hunters have taken out licenses to hunt in Iowa recently Father of a guest of Father Hurley this Martini and Lillian were visitors in Canton her Mrs and little girl went to Sioux City yesterday on a George Ruble arrived Monday from near Lake for a visit with relatives and Searls went to Sioux Falls Tuesday for a few days visit at the home of her Johnson and family are enjoying a visit from her of Pastor of the Chris tian has submitted Ms resig to take effect November Fay after spending the sum mer vacation at returned Sat urday to Chicago to resume study at Rush Meddcal Misses Morten and in structois the local public went to VermlUioin last Friday for a brief visit at the home of the and John of were overSunday visitors the home of their Pem and their Tripp left yesterday for a few weeks visit with her daughter near and with her David and at Harris Neighbors of Elmer Seward note that he is very busy these days the construction of an addition noar where they will camp on the trail of big It would almost an inducement to shuffle off this mortal cell in order tio secure a ride In either of the handsome new hearses unloaded here Tuesday for Johnson and the KlauerSwanson the latter firm being now prepared to engage the business of undertaking and embalm Johnsons hearse was manu factured in Cincinnati and that of KlauerSwanson in Des M Both vehicles aro strictly up to date n oveiy The KlauorSwan son Is fitting up reception and casket display rooms Ntnre department and over its furni have all modem Swanson has specially equipped himself in under taking and embalming and will have chtuge of this brunch pi the in to his coal shed and think they see in this indication of a very severe winter Hilliker 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 Contractor Anderson startec work on the concrete for the new Baker building the latter part of last That portion will be as there are only the front and rear walls to Murdock Mclnnis and wife and Mrs southeast of were in Sioux City the first of the week to see their Frank of near who submitted a serious in a hospital Clifford Martin returned Saturday from a stay of two months tn north westerni North near the Can ada He will not file on a home stead up there at but will re sume his position with the Klauer Swamson LeMars 28 and Lias and Grandma of came over their auto last week for a visit with their and John remained for a weeks They were accompanied by also of John Ruble was over from Ruble Tuesday calling on accompa nied by of who Is visiting his John Ruble brothers Naginey and the and were boys together back in old Penn who was called to Canada several weeks ago by the ill ness of his returned home Tuesday On Thursday of last two days after he left her bedside to attend the Northwest Iowa conference at she passed Friends here ex tend their sympathy In his bereave t Searls sold his fine quarter section farm northwest of this last The eighty acres where the buildings are locat In section was pur chased by his for per and the eighty acres in section twentyeight becomes the property of wiitch gives the latter a splendid half section In one Searls has bought a farm near whore he and his family will move the com ing The State Agricultural college is located at arid and Searls are desirous that their sons may secure the benefit of Its excellent It Is also re ported that Lanpop has sold forty acres of the old Bonney northwest of In Union to the Reemts brothers for The purchasers own adjoining DePue Is up from Sioux Clt on business this When you wish firstclass Mea go to the New east 6f Ken dall Martin Smyithe went to El Point yesterday to the da with Waterbury is visltln her In L Mars this Seamanids returned Sunda from a visit with nils A at Port returned yesterday from near where he move a farm next Dan Butcher and son returne to Sioux City after a visi with relatives and friends Another carload of uptodate Fui niture recently received and now 01 Read Buttons large ad on tin back page announcing his closing ou sale of musical goods at greatly re duced Davild Harkness and Miss of visited the past week with the family of his Miss Ethel of Ne has been a guest the pas week at the home of her uncle and and Plain Talk Miss Lilii an Hoffman left yesterday morning for where she will at tend school at Josephs convent the coming drawn work for sale at E ow prilce for the next two weeks Ariybody wishing to inspect same will please call at the tome of Chan For sale by Nickel and Pollock arrived yesterday from for a visit with the families of his broth and and sis Mesdames Root and Chas of the Sioux Falls col will occupy the Baptist pulpit here who closes his pastorate here December 1 goes to to preach Hanson Barr terminated a visit with relatives and friends here Tues returning to the home of his in Sioux where he now having left the Soldiers home at Marshall of and his of made a brief visit here yes terday at the home of their sister and Sarah Her uncle return here for a more ex tended Smith has moved his real estate and insurance office to the for mer location of Strobels milli which him much more spacious and convenient The rooms he vacated will be occu pied by Drapers Ayrault departed last Friday for on The Baptist pulpit was supplied dur ing his absence Sunday by Ham a senior at Morningside There was mo service ini the church the pastor being attendance at the annual The house moving crew that so successfully changed the of Bakers brick building retumed to Sioux Falls last Friday for a few days after which they will re sume work They claim to have enough work in tills vicinity to keep them busy all They thorough ly understand their and Powell returned Monday to their home west of town from a visit of over two with the families of their and their Sea near North They also made a visit at the home of their in Bridge they had1 a very enjoyable and March and his Kennedy autoed to Seney Sunday to visit and when Hearing his mothers home there another auto coming from the opposite direction collided with their was running slow and had pulled to the off side of the read to ntop at his The ap proaching auto was hauling a crip pled car and the driver evidently did lot see their March was slightly Injured by the Marchs car was not so badly dam aged that he could net run It nit the other machine was put out of Leave your Laundry at Kendall Ho Ida Phone Big cut in Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at is the tillme to buy your pie Call Phone 55 an and Searls left yes terday to attend bhe corn palace fes tival at Frank Edgar autoed over from LeMars Monday for a few days visit with relatives and Waterbury announces that he Is now exclusive agent for the Reo automobiles this Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone Misses Bogen and of were visitors last week at the Henry Manning northwest of Regular IBc and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and at The bargains are yours for the Miss Annie Johnson came up from Sioux City Tuesday to visit at the tiorne of her and Frank aaid children left yesterday for a visit with the family of her sister at dur ing the corn palace Miss Theodora after vis iting during the summer with rela tives left Sunday for to attend the Misses Jean Jamesson and Delia of Sioux were week end guests at the home of their and and Tremaine went to Sioux City Monday for a brief isit with She also re ceived further treatment lor her of arrived here yesterday to visit his and family and to look after extensiive property interests in Akron and and Neal arrived yes jerday from and after visit with relatives here will go to Sioux where she IB com lelled to undergo an Farmer Burns and f Des who wrestled in Ak on several months pulled off a mat contest in LeMars last Friday Burns easily as Elmer Lawrence came from Sioux City accompanying ler Mies who will at end the school Lawrence was a guest while here of er of ivas a guest of Meske Mon He had been assisting the pas of the John ROHRER NEW GOODS In Every Department While in Chicago last week we picked up some unusual we get a bargain we pass it on to our we know they appreciate for they show it by their increasing patronage to this which is always on the lookoat for the best things for the people of Akron and DRESS GOODS We show the very latest weaves and colors come and see the pretty goods every yard is NEW SILKS in all staple and fancy Fine line of new Silk Waist New Table Lin Un Corsets Tableand Floor Oil Wool and Cotton SPECIAL 1 lot best lOc values our lucky pur price per Cloaks for Ladies and Children Another big lot of Ladies Rain Coats in semi and loose fitting Childrens Headwear in endless variety and the prices are pleasing to Mens Work Gloves from lOc to We have the kind that fit and GROCERIES Come to us for Pure Food Groceries and at the lowest living Bring in your it will buy as cash at this LADIES SUITS and SKIRTS The Best of MadetoMeasure service right at We are the local representatives of the American Ladies Tailoring the famous makers of mantailored garments for made to individual We have their Fashion Portfolio and all their sam ples of Please come to our store and see what this service means to OUR OWN GUARANTEE We guarantee you complete This guarantee covers workmanship and If the when is not all you you have the perfect right to refuse The makers stand back of us in this guarantee it is for them to fulfill it and for us to enforce We will see that you get REMARKABLE PRICES These madetomeasure garments cost but little more than one pays for The mantailored made to your run from to The mantailored skirts run from to These are for garments made to your individual with all the mantailored SHOES Our Shoe stock is larger and better than any time in the Ladies Dress Shoes in GreenWheeler and White Ribbon have all the com fort ane service that can be Mens Dress Shoes in Douglas make are the height of shoe making Mens and boys Buffalo Calf for the man who are the best wearing shoes Every pair guaranteed sou township German Lutheran in a mission festival The local Christian Endeavor socl y will give a basket social at the ohn Hoyt northwest of omorrow Friday Gentle nen are invited to attend and bring leir pocketbooks and the ladies to oine with wellfilled lunch and from ear were overSun ay visitors at the homes of his pa and ud her She ad been taking medical treatment in loux City and may be compelled to ubmit to another County Recorder of spent a few days here with riends this and also tried his uck at angling in the Big Hentges genial presence is al nays warmly welcomed here and it a pleasure to his host of friends 0 note that is than making ood in an official JNlayor Moore had a very busy ses on of court one evening last hen seven were brought before one after the by Marshal nderson for He adrninls sred the customary fine to each and citys finances were considerably Too much booze was the for the wholesale assort ent of Fred former Instructor 1 the high school who has re ently been visiting relatives jyns an id Akron caller Staurday He is now Interested i baulking and the land at a mew town on the Mil uukees coast located in e best part of the Standing Rock dlan BOOH to be opened r Akron Lecture Course for has completed arrange ments for the Lecture Course for the coming Following are the numbers and the dates upon which they will appear The Russell Musical Novelty Com November Franklin December Robert January The Modern Feby The course is fully up to the stand ard of the previous and in somerespects The first and third numbers are different than any that have appeared on any of the previous courses it is will prove very Wooton feels that he has been fortunate in securing the dates that he Not beginning until November IS and then one each thus avoiding long waits between the which is A complete exhibit of the talent will soon be placed in some promi nent after wnich a canvass for the sale of tickets will be The price remains for the reserved seats extra 50c for school reserved seats ex Owing to the very low price at which school tickets are issued and to avoid the annoyance of repeated the majiiageinont has de cided to reserve school tickets by the season The Adaville ball team defeated a nine from Stanton townshlip Tuesday in a fast game at Merrill by a score of 3 to Staiiiton was shut out up to the seventh but then tied Adavilles two Fred Alt rill Won the game for Adaville in the ninth by hitting safe with a runner OIL Millette and the Adaville did fine Runty pigs are usually wormy Wormlte will get rid of the BACK HOWE considerable inconvenience and am again located in the same build but moved across the street from for mer and am again ready to serve my The patience and courtesy of patrons who have awaited my display of Mil linery is fully A cordial invita tion is now extended all to come and inspect my New Styles and Patterns arriv ing Akrons Leading milliner Mission Festival Next The annual Missioni Festival of the Akron Germain church will be held next October At 10 there will be preaching in the church by of Bridge and also preaching ser at ithe will have charge of the services An excellent dinner and supper will be served iai the building formerly occupied by at 25c per Everybody is cordially in vited to participate and The annual Festival Is always an occasion of interest and pleasure and a large attendance is Interstate Fair a Big The total receipts the Interstate fair at Sioux City last week are giv en out as and this splendid sum without liquor or gambling con Its pronounced financial success is a clearout vindication of those who have stood for a decent conduct of the us well as n cause of gratification to thousands for sale by the of good people attending tho There were splendid exhibits of grain and live fine music and other all combining to please and It was a grand demonstration of Sioux City enterprise and of the wonderful resources of its tributary SPECIAL SALE at New Meat Market EVERY SATURDAY RIB Per SHOULDER Per Lb 8c RIB Per Lb 6c SHOULDER Per Lb SIRLOIN and PORTERHOUSE Per Lb We Pay 12c Per for Spring Fresh Fish Every Fine Line of Pickles and Bottled WATCH FOR OUR WINDOW DIS PLAY SATURDAY East of New Kendall Hotel   

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