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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - October 14, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME OCTOBER NUMBER Local News Oolngi Coming Dolngi The best Husking Mit Beck Phone 38 or 163 or call on A Waterbury for auto and George last week at Sargeant Try our KeenCut Diamond S Co at Douglass Son and Goodwin visiitet relatives dn Sioux Cllty the first o the and Roy Root and an Beck wore Sioux City vis itors The Ladies Aid will meet a the home of Smith nex Wednesday The largest and handsomest line o Post Card Albums ever ahtfwn In Ak ron now on display at Searls was down from Sioux Falls Saturday to see his who has been dn the sick Tue Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and Honest Mens and Boys Husking Mittens put 9b 14 for the loft hand and 10 lor Beck To get there arid patronize Goodwins auto livery service Calls answered promptly at all hours Michael Gleason expects to move in next week from his farm north town and will occupy James Agnes former Ogden went to LeMars yes terday to appear district court as a witness to the probate of the will of the late Youll be able to find just what you have been wishing for in Post Card Albums In that handsome display at All fine quality at a wid range of Frank Glezen and for mer residents of left LeMars last week to make a new home They have the best wishes of their many friends in Plymouth 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 and James former residents of this arrived Monday for a brief visit with friends after which they go to Hawarden and LeMars to visit Dempster reports a favorable sea son for crops over Several delegates and visitors will go from the local to the Thir tysecond annual session of the Iowa Order of Eastern which meets in Sioux Oity on October 27 and About a thousand delegates and several hundred visitors are expected to be in See the beautiful new Art Baldwin piano Just 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 home or A beautiful Elling ton at introductory Sheet music and all music publi cations at lowest passible Still at the old where all are wel Button N relief agent hero a few years ago while Depot Agent Searls took a trip to the Pacific now agent for the Milwaukee at on tho now coast was the victim of a vic ious assault one evening laat week from a Frederick who became angered upon be ing reprimanded for refusal to obey Fredericksoii was but on his way to Jail tripped the of ficer and made his escape in tho Tho return of tho Ernest Fisher Players tn a new on Saturday October wUl be marked by n larger house than on the nighit in September when they pre sented The Three of for Ak ran people know a good show when they seo and this will be one to which the critics will refer as one of the very of the Tho company comes direct from a weeks run at Sioux and goes to Sioux playing all the larger cities in this The entire scenic pro duotlon le together with all Seats on sale at Jacob johnsoiii went to yesterday to visit his Call on or phone Goodwill fo careful autolivery Leave your Laundry at Kendall Ho Ida Phone 16 Shedd was in Sioux City consulting an ear specialist See those Pyrography Sets and th handsome Wood Novelties for burn Frank of vis ited over Sunday here with his pa rents and other who has been visiting her Harry re turned today to Sioux Have Martin Sinythe do you Painting and and get firstclass Phone Elevenounce Husking with a good heavy sewed with two seams all at Beck Burrills John of ar rived Saturday for a visit at the of his Mrs Curtis north of left last Friday for visit with relatives and will also visit in ihicago before John who has farmed east of here several has pur chased the Webb farm near paying per It is reported that the Farmers Cooperative Grain of at a special meeting Saturday decid ed to start a farmers lumber yard Chauncey Brown and of were vis tors here the past week at the home of his and with other relatives Miss Sadie Carr returned yester day from a visit of six weeks in Wis with her and lenry at Lake with rel atives in Superior and also in after a Jleasant wdth her mother and Christy and and numerous friends iarted yesterday for her home in Miss Kate who has been re iding at the home of her ames departed Tuesday a isit with relatives at Ore She may also spend a portion f the winter at Los Selma formerly ern iloyed here in Franks but or some time past in the photo re ouching department 01 Zimmerman Sioux has accepted a po ition in Lawtons photographic stu io at and Neal arrived ere last Friday from Sioux there she had been operated upon at hospital a short time He eturned Saturday to 0 look after farm while she eniains for a time with relatives She is rapidly Jammerthal and arrived last Friday from to visit their pa entis and their south f The after learning he blacksmith trade here in the old ardner Tincher left for the nineteen years ago and this is is first return He conducts a nelyequipped power shop at Last Sunday Henry Hltzemann as completely and happily surprised y a party of relatives and ho came to her home to assist in le observance of her sixtyseventh irthday A most njoyable afternoon and eveiiiing were assed in and appetizing ofreshments wore addl ou to wishing her many happy re urrences of the the guests resented he a fine gift In token of steem and Dick Dlerksen came over from his laim Trlpp visiting nd looking after business affairs un 1 Ho says tho recent ullot lent of tho lust of the government liiirt there was a very exciting and agio Tho assembled crowd as permitted to make a rush for IB unallotted lands at midnight and t iJaybreak it was found that in a umber of instances from two to as igli as thirty peoplo had settled on 10 same Four inrni were tiled in disputes over but most cases tho moro peaceable icthod of drawing cuts to decide the wnership was resorted Dick re orts that proving up is a rather ex enslvo piece of though he well satisfied with tho fine claim e Ralph Clark and of Elk Point were visitors here An in our Want Column Is a profitable Try Call on Waterbury or phone 88 or 163 for automobile and Raish wen to Sioux City on business is visiting at hei former home in Sioux City this week Just dozen HusKiii best in Bed her Maude were Sioux City visitors left Monday ioi where he has a position in a flouring The public is hereby notified that the local barbers ilave ttgrecil to ao more Sunday Everything in my Buggy and Sur rey line at reduced Jiuy now and save and Haivor of Can were visitors the past week at the home of her Jacob A shadow social will be given at Pieasaint View school Friday October Everybody La dies bring lunch for Ringquist came down yester day from Hawarden to visit her hus who is in charge of the depot here during Agent Searls Rex Smith was a Vermillion visit or Monday and has decided to enter the university there next He has a chance to play the strong football team Welch departed Tuesday for his old where he will renew acquaintances and look after the erection of mon ument over his parents Broadbemt has accepted the position of night clerk at New Sendall It looks very natural to see Bab on duty as he was landlord of that hostlery a few years J John Pendletom offers his farm for sale in the RegisterTribunes want column this He and his wife have decided to move back to town and will live in the residence vacat ed by and Frank McDon south of Wendits as a delegate rom the local Book and Thimble attended the convention of the owa Federation of Womens clubs in ieMars last Besides greatly enjoying the she also had he pleasure of visiting a number of ady friends from where ihe formerly Searls was feeling enough im proved from his severe attack of mus ular rheumatism to leave Tuesday on visit to this and f Sioux Falls and its f He is still quite veak and wiil not be in shape to re charge of the depot for some Hall was called to last week by the illness of his Jacob of near She was operated upon for appendicitis at Lukes Hall came lonie Saturday and reports that she s making very satisfactory is many friends here are pleased to Many are the scenes o bo played the eight of October in the Akron opera vhich will recall the native Narwegi n to their native Ill the scenery was built aud painted y own scenic vho travel with lain all the di oct from original paintings made tn As true to life as it can Thelma will be a treat to ap lealing to every nationality and ev ry Liveryman Morsehired a Ingle horse rig last Thursday ai crnoon to a couplo of who laimed to hail from Sioux At he expiration of a reasonable time hey did not return and he began an investigation to learn their where He had almost given up hope f recovering the whtn a mes ago came from Ireton stating hat tho horse and rig had been lo afed near that Tho horse was iod to a fence and apparently had een abandoned for a couple of s it was in a half starved ho sneaks who hired the rig made heir Morse went to reton on this forenoons train to ring back his Old papers for sale at this For auto call on Wa or phone 38 or and Yoatoii visited in Sioux City Monday and Cobb lias a fine lino of Pyrography Sets and Wood Novelties for Harry Waterbury left Monday for to look up a piece of Husking mado with two doublesewed all Beck Waterbury announces that he is now exclusive agent for tho Reo automobiles in this anil Kuborn and daughters visited over Sunday at the home of his brother at south of returned Tuesday from a visit with her daughters in Sioux south departed yesterday for a visit with the family of her Con in Bishop of Sioux will confirm a class of young people here in Patricks Catholic church October Peter Ide and family enjoyed a visit tho past week from his of and his John of Glen The Kpworth League will give a HitandMiss social at tha home of and Neil Robertson tomor row Friday to which all are cordially Henry Wilier returned last week from South Dakota points with about 300 head of which he will feed this fall aind He feeds on an average of about 600 head each Neal brought to Uiis office last week a bush of fine string beans of late grown in his It was quite a curiosity to see string beans in blossom in this locality in David Mudgett and and Myron Mudgett were in City the latter part of last at the home of their daughter and who is seriously ill of typhoid Wesley who has been mak ing a home here with the family of his the past three left yesterday for Cal where his mother The many friends gained by this bright lad here regret his MARRIED A pretty home wedding occurred on October high when Miss Josie Gardner and Harvey Welch took the holy vows that make them one bill death doth of Oak spoke the words which joined the two happy hearts as man and Josie is the youngest daughter of and Joseph pioneer residents of Union at whose home the wedding took She has grown to young womanhood in that by her jovial and sunny she has gained a lost of who join in wishing and the one she has chosen for a life companion the choicest of con The groom is a son of of and is one ox Union countys most prosperous young and being a young of industrious and upright hab has his place to fill among a arge circle of The bride was dressed in a beau tiful gown of white silk and carried Brides The groom was at tired in conventipnal The vedding march was played by Slsie after which a solo Promise very appropriate to he occasion was suing by Miss Ruble After the ceremony the uests retired to the dining vhere a bountiful repast was The table decorations consisted chief y of Natures generous in he shape of fresh while from wedding which hung directly above the center of tho ta color scheme of pink and vhite crepe paper descended to the Baskets of fruit on either corner of ho The very near relatives 3f the bride and groom were the only ones except the pastor of heir and The newlymarried couple at once begin housekeeping on her fathers They received many valuable j useful among which vas a set of beautiful Havlland china irosented by the brides All olu tu wishing them the rarest of ROHRER Sewing Machines at About 12 Price We Sell the New Royal Sewing Machines The Best Machine Made Every One Fully Warranted for Ten Years We have two Machines on the floor that we are going to sell at SOME PRICE in the next 10 They are the New Royal auto matic ball geldeu oak piano new French leg stand imple in in elegant in sump stuously fitted and trimmed and is absolutely fool proof in is a the other a 7drawer Peddlers sell this class of Ma chines from to most dealers sell them at our regular price is only Just now we need the floor and they can now be snatched up at the following subject to being in stock at these dates October Wednsday Every day will be Bargain Day in Sewing and while the prices bear in mind to delay is for some one else may need a machine and speak Come in and look at these This is the greatest Sewing Machine snap that you will see in While you investigate the above item look over our line of Dry Goods and also our elegant stock of We sell only dependable mer chandise money back if not May their lives be as bright and sunny as was thsir wed ding John Martin and Miss Elva Cooney neatly and completely surprised their friends by going to Sioux City Tues day and taking marriage vows before Justice returning on the evening The bride is a daughter of James south of and the groom is a son of and of the New Kendall They are worthy and popular young aaid all who know them unite in extending congratulations and wishes for their complete They will reside John has been one of the most act ive members of the Akron band since its and his fellowmem bers turned out with their instru ments last evening and serenaded him and his bride at the home of her and George A Touch of Real An unseasonably warm period of fall weather came to a close last Fri when a drtezllng rain set ia con tinuing Saturday and The expected change to colder came Mon and with u Snow flurries were borne dcAvn from the northwest on u high The cold increased until brisk fires and winter lothiiig became necessaryTuesday mornings report from the government weather observer in Sioux City was to the effect that such severe con ditions had not existed so early ill the fall during the twenty years of the bureaus existence ear liest previous snowfall having been The first killing of the season came Monday night tuid the temperature Tuesday morning was about above T lie cold increased and yes terday Wednesday morning all rec ords were broken when tho thermom eters here registered as low as 16 above resulting In a gemeral This morning we were vis ted by another squall of hall and rain but It has siuce turned considerably warmer and we are now due to have some pleasant fall wea BACK HOME AFTER 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 The hard freeze enables farm ers to begin corn picking and will give them time to the crop out in good shape before winter sets Local Management of Opera Guarantees The Fisher who re turn to the New Opera House Satur day evtiilne October a scen ic production of that merry Norwe gian iteed jio introduction to Akroiii theatergo The local management of opera house positively guaraaitees this attraction as one of the theatri cal events 01 the CLARK Free Use of Our pianos are free use at our music store for any who wish the especially those who wish to practice and do not feel able lo You are I am notiu tho music business entirely for but it has boon a satisfaction to be able to get more of our people inter ested in and also a satisfac tion to know I have had the oppor tunity to in the homes a better grade of pianos than is usually even though it has been done with out Some worm mediicines remove a few worms from Wormite re moves them Sold by the 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 carry a full line of Blood Head Pork Link Oysters direct from In We Will Pay 10c Per for Spring Chickens and 80 Per for Old Fine Line of Pickles and Bottled WATCH FOR OUR WINDOW DIS PLAY SATURDAY East of New Kendall Hotel   

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