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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - October 7, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME OCTOBER NUMBER 8 Local News doing Comlngi Doing Miss Theckla was an Elk Point visitor Martin left Monday to visit relatives to Phone 38 or 163 or call on Waterbury for auto Try our KeenOut Diamond S Cot at Douglass Coyle went to Sioux City Monday for a brief visit wEh rela and east of left yesterday for a visit in Ne returned Monda1 from a visit with her in Sioux Cleary of Sioux visited at the home of nds south east of last The Akron Creamery wants your mlik and Highest prices aud honest Treeby left Saturday for Can to visit His sis ter is there from Illinois on a and John Hamman drove to yesterday to aittend the Catholic and visit rela tives Strobel went to Elk his former for a brief calling on friends and looking after business Barr returned last Fri day from a visit with the family of her in Elk and was accompanied home by her two grand Mexican drawn work for sale at a low price for the next two Anybody wishing to inspect same will please call at the home of Chan For sale by A number of people of Akron and vicinity are registering at Aberdeen and this week for the drawing of lands in the Standing Rock and Cheyenne river Indian res Aalfs was up from Sioux City this week to visit his and family west of The for mer has recently moved his whole sale wallpaper establishment from Ft Dodge to Sioux of Oregon arrived today for a visit at the Fred Burnett She Is the moth er Kennedy and had been looking after property interests in Franklin this Hans Hanson drew a full house last Thursday The company was not equal in several respects to that which presented the same play here last The band is one of the beat that travels in the show and Fred Beauchamp re turned last Friday from a few weeks stay in Des where he had been taking a postgraduate course In He has resumed his position at Wintersteens and is bet ter prepared than ever to handle dif ficult optical and Frank of who have been visiting relatives In Oregon and see ing sights of Interest on the Pacific icoast for several arrived hero Saturday for a brief stay with friends before returning to their They report a very enjoyable sojourn in the Stoux City Journal Pearl Lem has filed with the clerk of the diatnlct court a petition asking for a decree of divorce from her James and Lem on were married at April and lived together until Aug ust according to her husband loft She charges her husband with cruel and Inhuman treatment and says since leaving her he has not contributed toward her She asks for the custody of her 3year old The Milling company is again mak ing substantial repairs on its dam with Starting from a point 1m the which was capped with cement about two years a uni form layer of coment Is being extend ed to both which will bring lit to the original as the brush foundation below settles from three to four Inches a The cement work Is being retaforced with a lot of old iron boiler which ought to render the dam proof against the onslaught of ice when the river has its breakup next spring Miss Pauline Frederlckson visited In Sioux City Fields was up from Sioux City on business last Laundry at Kendall Ho Ida Phone Earl Smith went to yesterday to visit his Ar Now is the time to buy your pie Call Phone 65 on Ogden D Styles visited in Hioux City yester day and and of Sioux were overSunday guests at the home of and Everything in my Buggy and Sur rey line at reduced Buy now and save Douglass and daughter departed Saturday for Ne for a visit at the home of her Misses Marie Simeon and Florence Montague went to Hawarden Satur day evening for a brief visit with rel atives and and Mrs Kuborn and and Simeon went by aiitoed to Merrill Sunday and visited relatives and family enjoyed a visit this week from his of Sitoux and his uncle and and George of Fe Frank Wakeman and ORielly took an auto trip to LeMars yesterday to look after matters pertaining to the estate of the late and Pater re turned from a visit at Man and were accompanied iome by their soninlaw and daugh and Adam Hollister and Ray Eaton and daughter arrived yesterday from to visit the family of their and north of and other rel atives and friends The time of the evening passenger train was changed It for merly left here for Sioux Falls at but the new time of departure is an hour The change is a good thing for the local eating A large delegation of local Relief ladies attended the district convention Bit last a number of them making he trip by This proved one of the pleasant features as the roads were good and the weather and Pollock de parted Tuesday for their home near after about a weeks visit with the families of his broth and and his Root and Their presence made possible a hap py family reunion and a series of en ioyable home N and Putnam depart ed today for to visit their and af ter which they expect to go to Ypsi for an extended vis t with his brother and They may remain during winter and possibly will visit relatives in Mis souri and Kansas before See the beautiful new Art Baldwin planejust received at The Button Music also the massive ma hogany case Other styles a fine New pianos from to Some extra choice secondhand suitable for lome or A beautiful Elling ton at introductory Sheet music and all music publir cations at lowest possible Still at the old where all are wel Button Vermillion Plain Talk and of the city over Sunday with heir who is attend irg the While hero they vere in the honve of They drove over in their auto iiul were accompanied by Rutus Cll ey and Palm and vlfe and P J Johnson drove over rom Akron last Sunday in their auto o spend the day with the formers Grandpa Johnson B an oldtimer having ocatod on n homestead in Union in the pioneer Thirty line years ago he walked to Vermili on to file his papers at the land of for a His visit to he city last Sunday took him far her away from home than ho has been at any time since his overland rip to Call on Waterbury or phono 38 or 163 for automobile Delbert of Sioux visited relatives and friends here When you wish firstclass Meats go to the New east of Ken dall and Stlnton and Burrlll were City visitors A carload of the fine new 1910 model Butek autos arrived Monday for the local The public Is hereby notified that the local barbers have agreed to do no more Sunday Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone Another carload of uptodate Fur niture recently received and now on KlauerSwanson Miss Zimmerman returned Tues day from Sargeant where she was called by the death of her grand Adams returned Monday a visit with at Forrest Shirk formerly lived northwest of Burns and who were guests at the home of her returned Monday to Theodore Kleihauer arrived last Friday from to visit the family of east of Searls left Saturday to look after crop interests on his farm near He also goes to Ab erdeen to register in the government land Swan west of left Monday to visit his daughter at On He was accompanied by his George who had been visiting Wynes and went to Sicrax City Tues day to see their son and brother and his who were there from Ark Clark joined them there Cordelia who had been visiting relatives at and Mich for about three arrived here last week to again make her home with her Peery and family left Satur day for Elk where they will make their future car rying with them the best wishes of many Peery is succeed ed as janitor of the public school building by Samuel LeRoy Anderson went to Rad cllffe last where his wife was called the previous week by the serious illness of her who is suffering with diabetes and has been taken to Coif for treat He returned Monday after Jans and children de parted Sunday to join Jans on the claim in Tripp will make their future home Jans drew good piece of land and it will continue to advance in value with the development of that Goodwin sold his red Pierce Rachie auto ito Vermillion parties a week ago and was knocked out of considerable livery business for sev eral he brought an other fourcylinder car of the same make from Sioux City yesterday and is enabled to answer livery calls once His car will carry six besides the very Miss Lisle Ross invited a large party of friends to her home north of town last Friday evening to partici pate in a granite shower in honor of her Miss Verti whose marriage to George of Le took place The evening was passed in a most enjoy able manner and she was very gen erously showered with useful kitch en Agent Searls has been off duty at the depot since Monday with an attack of muscular rheumatism and lias beeii confined to the bed a portion of the Ho is also pretty wfll worn out as a result of the heavy burdiMithat has boon rest ing upon him for several months by reason of lack of experienced help in the A host of friends of the veteran agent hope for his speedy recovery and a chance for needed re an operat or in the depot at is in temporary charge of the depot dur ing Searls Old papers for saleat this For auto call on Wa or phone 38 or Batchelder was up from Elk Point the first of the Burgess and family departed Saturday for their home in Yank Big cut in Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at Miss Marguerite Bernard visited at her the latter part of last Joe northwest of depart ed Tuesday for his former on Waterbury announces that he 1J3 now exclusive agent for the Reo automobiles In this and of Elk visited friends here the latter part of last week and Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to Gc and at The bargains are yours for the taking of Sioux was a guest the fore part of the week at the home of her previ ous to her departure for a visit in In Christy and her of Sioux wore visit ors the first of the week at the home of the formers The dancing season will be opened the Akron opera house on Friday October Fine music will be suppHetf by the Imperial Dance Concert of A prenuptiial whatnot shower given at the Agnes home last Friday afternoon complimentary to Miss Anna It proved a very pleasant occasion and numerous dainty remembrances were bestowed by her invited Elmer Warren Husted and Neal went to Sioux Gity latter part of last week to visit the formers of was upon in a hospital there last She is improving The Akron band furnishes music for the fair and baseball carnival at Westfleld today and An excellent program of has been arranged by the people of our neighboring townfor their two days doings and a number of people from here will Frank who has been in the state hospital at Cherokee for several showed in this vicinity again It is not known by Neil who was appointed by the court to look after his how he se cured his release from that institu Wise traded his present res idence property in the part of town toward a farm near which he will take possession of next Robertson Who closed the in turn sold the Wise property to Frank who will farm the Smith land ad joining The mission festival held here by the German Lutheran church Sunday was a successful and pleasant The fine weather brought a large at tendance and the excellent dinner aind supper were well It is planned by Meske to hold a similar festival an the church at Chatsworth in the near and oldtime residents of this who moved from here about seven years ago to try their fortune near arrived Saturday for a visit with his Will southwest of and numerous friends in this Crops have been unsatisfactory down there the past few years and he will seek a new possibly in ROHRER All Ready for Cold Weather Fall and Winter Merchandise Galore Every Part of the Store Filled With Newness SHOES Our Shoe stock is without a doubt the largest ever shown in and is entirely free from no old outofdate goods in The brands carried are The mens are the celebrated Douglas most most com best wearing footwear made we have them in all leathers Box Calf and Gun Also have the high top Shoes for the corn pickers only one trouble with they wear three to four The Ladies are the famous White Ribbon and Green Wheeler and these have been sold in this territory so long that every lady knows their Our increasing trade on these goods is the best testimonial of their points of We have them in bright and dull leathers blucher and Prices from to a The Childrens Shoes are also at the head of the procession in the good shape parade they are the KepnerScott Shoe In our fall line we are showing many extended soles and footform styles the high top button Shoe is just the thing for school Excellence of Our To the Editor As a citizen al ways interested in good we feel it a duty as well as a privilege to publicly thank our school board for the efficient manner In which it is building up our school especially for its care and effort in selecting qualified We think our schools are second to none in this respect and this seems to be the opinion of the With continuation of such effort on the part of our school board and proper encouragement by wo must and will have schools that are a credit Brighton Outing Night These are different than the common run of night they are made of good quality outing desirable cut full the goods will not fade nor trimmings tear off in the We have them for women and Ladies and Childrens Cloaks in great var The styles and prices are right we guar antee theprices against any market for the same quality of We have Ladies Skirts made to your and guarantee fit and Call and see the 300 samples of cloth we are Come to us for Knit Coats Mens Flannel Comfort Floor Oil Cloth and Linoleum in good pat terns at bottom Overshoes and Rubbers all sizes and styles we are ready for the cold The quality is all that can be desired for they are the Hood Do not pay too much for Husking Mitts note our prices 1 lot GOc doz pairs 1 lot 2 90c doz 1 lot extra heavy double per dozen GROCERIES Barrington Hall best steel Mellowrioh per Happy Day per Miuce None lOc and uc packages New Self Rising Pan Cake 4 cans 3 ciine Table per per Dried and fresh Fruits of all SATURDAY SPECIAL i Cakes Trilby Soap BOLD DAYLIGHT BURGLARY Residence of Peter Ran sacked Last Friday While Family is Is At aboufrnoon last Friday the res idence of Peter in the east part of was entered by a bold or and considerably torn up in the search for and Blum out of town an a but their re mained at Just about noon George came down and it was during his absence that thie daring deed was That it was the attempt of amateur is indi cated by the fact that the combina tion was broken off a small safe in which the family usually keeps valu able papers and a small amount of of would not give access to its The top was also partially pried off a small sheet iron deposit in which pa pers are Failing to secure the money or other the robber carried off a good shot gun belonging to which was limit of his loot so far as The case was placed in the hands of Marshal and he at once besan a scries ct investiga tions that resulted In his arrest of George a Chatsworth who was at work with Wises threshing east of Tues Uendricks was arraigned be fore Mayor Moore and af ter a severe sweating he finally admitted his The mayor at once bound him over to await the ac tion ct the grand and in lieu of bonds Marshal Anderson took him to the county where he will likely remain until the uext meetiiiK of the grand jury in Mar Anderson is entitled to credit for his clever work in the It Is said Hendricks served a six months jail sentence not long ago for Bending a black hand letter to a citizen of Best Salo Bills at BACK HOME AFTER considerable inconvenience and am again located in the same 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 Horse Thieves at Report was received hero Sunday that four fine liorses had been stol en from a wellknown Westfield township sometime after mi dn light When his arrived home from town shortly before that the animals were in the barn and the loss was not discovered until the next morii Whoever stole the horses took the precaution tocut the telephone wire to the Pelroy so that the alarm eould not be given from that A buggy was also stolen the same presumably by the same from Jacob lives in that Sheriff Arendt is said to on the trail of the thieves over in I will have a car of choice sota bushels 150 in each which 1 will sell at iOc per bushel on track This is a rare if you have not bought your winters iota it will be your only chance to get them at tho right PAUL 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 aud of the wonderful resources of its tributary SPECIAL SALE at New Meat Market EVERY SATURDAY RIB Per Lb SHOULDER Per Lb 8c RIB Per Lb 6c SHOULDER Per Lb SIRLOIN and PORTERHOUSE Per Lb We Will Pay 10c Per for Spring Chickens and 8c Per for Old Hens Fresh Fish Every Fine Line of Pickles and Bottled WAJCH FOR OUR WINDOW DIS PLAY SATURDAY East of New Kendall Hotel   

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