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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - October 21, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME OCTOBER NUMBER 10 Local News Coming Beck was a Sioux City visitor The best Husktag Mit Beck Phone 88 or 163 or call on Waterbury for auto Guy Smiley left yesterday for a visit with relatives at Couple of secondhand good for corn for sale by See those Pyrography Sets and the handsome Wood Novelties for burn George Beneflel and Reuben Tal bott left Tuesday for to look at Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone Clyde Ross returned Tuesday from a visit with his Will and near S John Aalfs arrived Tuesday from Sioux to visit hiis and west of The Akrou Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest Conrad who is employed at passed through here going to Chatsworth for a visit with Jiis Miss Marguerite one of the public school had the pleasure of an overSunday visit from her Miss of Youll bfi able to find just what you have been wishing for in Post Card Albums iin that handsome display at All fine quality at a wide range of John west of re last Saturday from accompanied by hismother who been visiting daughter Tim Sullivan was up from Sioux City on business Call on or phone careful auto llrery Try our KeenCut Diamond S Cof at Douglass Jeffers came over from last Friday for few days Miss of was a vis itor here last week in the home of her Paulson and daughter and Smith were Sioux Ciity visitors last and Einil Johnson and An in our Want Column is a profitable Try Roy Root and Miss Frances For auto call on Wa or phone 38 or Call on Waterbury or phone Dee visited Hawarden or 163 for automobile and Frank of Elk there forsome August Lanpop has bought Solo mon Ertesons 160acre farm at Ada paying per The deal was made through the local land agency of Robertson Goodttoad and who came to attend the wedding of elster and to visit her and west of returned Saturday to and Mm of West and and Antrum Jenk of Sioux were Sunday visit ors at the Jenkins aad Wilson returned last week from a very pleasant visDt of about two months with relatives in Mis Bishop of Sioux will come here Oc tober instead of the as pre viously to confirm a class of about forty Akron and Westfield youne at Patricks Catho lie There will be special mu sic for the and Bain went to Sioux City Monday to attend the great Biederwolf revival meetings a few Bain expects to be gin a series of revivals in the church here in about a and will be assisted therein by ibis bro ther from and Farnham re south of visited over Sun day with Sioux City and Bernard Blum went to Saturday to visit returning Elevenounce Husking with a good heavy sewed with two seams all at Beck Miss Nellye Morteu instructor in the local went to her home in VermilUon last Friday for a brief Secure your Lecture Course sea eon ticket you may re serve by the night or as you and Oscar east of enjoyed an overSunday vis It from his and of Reserved seats for the Lecture Course will be placed on sale Mon November at Re member the place and Lew who had been vis iting relatives here and recovering from an was able to re teturn to her home near last and Adams and families are enjoying a visit this week from their of and their Ad of formerly cashier of the First National bank or ders his for this paper trans ferred from to Sioux where he has a position with the Farmers Trust Savings 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 vertise their sales in the most thor ough manner James who went to Pierre to register for a Standing Rock will go on to and accompany home his Caroline She has been vis iting her near and making the acquaint ance of a new and Seainands and Moore departed Monday for a visit to their old Ma Seamands will there attend the annual reunion of his old the Second Iowa He has attended nearly all its reunions since the Considerable grading has recently been done on the road to Westfield visited relatives here Cobb has a fine line of Pyrography Sets and Wood Novelties for Leave your Laundry at Kendall Ho Ida Phone Just dozen Husking best in Beck Husking made with two doublesewed all Beck Waterbury announces that he is now exclusive agent for the Reo automobiles In this Covey came up Cram Sioux City last week for a visit with the fam ily of his Smith went to Sioux City Tuesday to see her who is very low with typhoid Herman who is em ployed in a livery at came over Saturday for a brief visit with his family Steve of Sioux was a guest Saturday night and Sunday of his and Bur who had been vis iting relatives northeast of re turned Monday to near where he oiwns a the Vermillion horse will be in Akron the latter part of this prepared to break colts and old horses of all vicious such as buck No Charge if he fails to break your Leave word with Harve who has been work ing in a lumber yard at Central made a brief visit at his pa tents home here the first of the being enroute to a new town between Platte aind where he will manage and take a one third interest ina lumbar Lester Bennett has won advance ment in the service of the North western railroad at hav ing been transferred last week from Misses Mary and Anna Neary were Sioux City visitors Monday and Tues RadinuBseu went to Marathon yesterday for a brief visit with his Will of Elk visited here Sunday withMs A Rosa came down Saturday turned Tuesday from a stay of nearly sbc months with their soninlaw and and near While looking niter some building improvements on his lamd near Farnham was quite seriously ill and is yet fully Agneis bought the former Peter Blum farm yesterday from who was here from Man This fine quartersection farm adjoins Agnes residence property on the north and east and Is well worth the per acre he paid for Dethlefs bought the property a short time ago for per Sheriff Peter Arondt was over LeMars last serving sub poomns in the case of State who is charged with burglar izing Jewelry store here last The case was set for trial the first of this but word since comes that the case lias been postponed to the Deoomber term of court for some The sheriff went from here to Burbank and Yank Friday to endeavor to se cure further trace of the horses re cently stolen from of where the animals had pre viously been traced by south of Improvement has re isulted in but it seems as if the work should be completed be fore rahi or cold weather sets or it will remain a bad stretch of high way all Some work it with a road drag would work won and Ogden and and John Pendleton departed for Denver Ogden and Pendleton are in quite poor health and they may remain the bracing atmosphere of Colorado all and Pendleton had intended to move to town from the but changed their plans on that Eliza of district inspector of the vis ited the local corps last Saturday and Inspected Its She compliment ed the members very highly on the manner in which they performed their There were about fifty members The corps is in a very flourishing having at present a membership of about seventylive In good One of the pleasing features of the ses sion Saturday camo Just before the when in a few wellchosen presented the president of the Charles a beautiful silver cake dish In the nnmo the The gift was uuide in recognition of tho recent cel filirullon by and Wise of their twentyfifth wedding anuiver the position of night operator to day cashier in the depot His nu merous friends here are glad to note this and are confident that he will continue to work his way Quite number of entries have been made in Neil Robertsons corn which is to boys and girls under fifteen years of age in Union and Plymouth The contest closes at October Four with husks con stitute am exhibit and cash prizes of and AvMl be awarded for the best average Harrisburg Ar thur Smith is of the busiest men in and has bliilt more cement sidewalks this summer than has been done In all previous Arthur makels a good cement of brother of Arthur cf this was here on a He left for Sioux Falls Saturday to visit his from to visit relatives and of visited over Sunday with the family of her broth The Baptist Ladies Mission circle will meet with Sarah Douglass next Monday To get there and patronize Goodwills auto livery Calls answered promptly at all Six beautiful Pianos at less than See notice elsewhere in this Everything in my Buggy aud Sur rey line at reduced Buy now and save The largest and handsomest line of Post Card Albums ever shown in Ak ron now on display at Miss Frances Farwell returned the first of the week from Sioux to remain with her and Franklin According to the Sioux City Jour nal of of this will open an agency for the Reo and Overland automobiles in that the business to be charge of his Rust was called to Sac last by the death of her Peter Trum She was accompanied there by another daughter from who was visiting to were issued yes terday in Sioux City to Simon Pel of Weetfteld and Miss Pauline of and Fred of Westfield township and Miss Lillian of Jeffer The young men aie sons of a wellknown Westfleld town ship The young lady first mentioned is a daughter of Man of this It is re ported the young people were mar An the The Best of Service Right at Home 1 f ried Sioux City other license was issued there and and of Ot arrived last Friday for a weeks visit with their and They were accompanied from there by mother of Miss Minnie who will make her home Cole and her now resided iu Akron for a time several years Ptckkis visited this local ity about thirty years when his lived Sixteen lady friends of Fred Beauchanip assembled at her home Tuesday to assist the ob servance of her birthday A few hours were passed pleasantly in a social manner and favored with a couple of vocal The hostess was assisted by Miss Nellie Biddlecome in serving a dainty twocourse lunch a memento of the the guests presented Beauchamp a pretty chafing to many friends here upon news of the recent death of Jay Bryant at their beautiful ranch home near Santa Cali after an extended The family formerly resided in Ak ron and but went west about eight years The husband and two Kenneth and to whom the slncecest sym pathy of friends here is Bryant is remembered here as woman of unusual mental attain same day to August of Ak and Miss Rose of The Music Trade of New says in its editorial columns on October 16 Piano factories are swamped with orders and some mail agers affirm that they have suffi cient orders to keep their plants running twoor three months without a single additional It fur ther says The holidays are rap idly asborttimi and we are only those who place their orders now will have their goods for their The Trade Review hoe no Interest in piano but is simply giving ad vice to its at the Music Store at once and se fcure of the Baldwins and you will never regret only six of beautiful pianos will be sold at prices named elsewhere in this The Vermillion Republican of last week makes the following comment regarding the retirement from busi ness there of a former Akron merchant On Tuesday of this week another transaction took place In our citys business whereby Bryant transferred his extensive boot and shoe stock aaid trade to possession oi the stock and store to be given the latter about November Bryant became tho successor of the late Bridgman about two years ago as the owner of the only axclu slve shoe store in the and during that time has maintained a flourishing having had much mercantile experience and possessed of a temperament which makes him popular with the But ho is tho owner of several farms located in other counties and has found he could not properly look after their care and do si full measure of justice to his business In town at the same hence he retires favor of the right man at the opportune hoping that matters will so adjust that Bry ant will scon again be enrolled on Colored Fashion Plates This large Portfolio iu our store shows 24 suit 18 skirt styles and 12 styles of in uctUHl The styles are the very arenui of the fashions for full and winter We also show 180 samples of liuost selections from all the new Any garment will be made to your individual measure in any cloth you An experienced Utter in our store will take nil of your if The titter also diagrams the facts regarding your Ug uro and The Chicago with these facts before will fit you as perfectly as though you went to their No such Its as women get by from meas usements taken by These garments will He your style and They will give you all the mantailored Director finch garment will be made under the personal direction of Monsieur cue of the best known men in his The work is done by MudetoMeasure Service We are local representatives of the American La dies Tailoring of Chicago the famous makers of mantailored gar ments for made to individ ual We have their fashion portfolio and all their of Please call at our store and see what this ser vice means to journymeu tailors and you may be there that every garment will have the touch of Our Own Guarantee We guarantee you complete This guarantee covers worktnuuship and ma If i ho garment whon received is not all you you have the perfect right to refuse The makers stand back of us in this It is for them to fulfill it uud for us to enforce We will sen Unit you get Remarkable Prices These madutomeasure garments cost but lit tle more than one pays for The mantailored made to your run from to The mautailorod skirts run from to aud the coats from to These are for fataieuts made to your individual with ail the mantailor ed The reason is that the American Ladies Tailors make u thousand garments where the ordinary tailor makes They buy their materials di rect from the and in enormous Their expert supervision is distributed over a very large These prices will be amazing to women who know what mantailored made to usually Please Come and See Come aud see this Fashion it is a complete education in See the 180 cloths from which you can Pick out the cloth and the stylo you like best and see the price that we 1C you decitJo ou one of the gar ments wo will see that you get prompt ROHRER wonts and nobility of I the Vermillion business mens list1 tied or returned Mon day from and is Ligain employed in the mill Mens and Boys Husking put u 14 for the left hand and 10 for the Beck Miss Pearl Visitow came home yes terday from Sioux at which place been triuimioie a John Harrington has bought the Meil Robertson residence property low occupied by Mose He will to Akron the fhe team of a Jewish scrap iron which he had left standing at the Reed street were fright ened by a passing train late yes afternoon aud dashed east on Hoed They ran iaito and de iiolished the running gear of Sorensoiis buggy arud tore a wheel oft Byrnes while a serious iccldent almost tnsued in front of Sons store whem they collided with little Stanley Burrill uid his Shetland pony The run ling team struck them squarely and ho lail was thrown fully twenty feet y tlio He was picked up and taken to u whofound ho uul been so fortunate as to escape vlth nothing more serious than the oss of a piece of his scalp about as arge as a 25ctiit His cart viis somewhat but the iiotiy scaped It was like puli ng teeth for tho Jew topay damages f about as the result of his care essiviss in letting his team stand un Medical Lake Mail Dell the colt be longing to was sold to of this consideration betas This was one of McCorkells beat You will bo uurprlsed how much better your pigs will do if you keep thorn frtu frow worms parasites with the and other Sold by SPECIAL SALE at New Meat Market EVERY SATURDAY RIB Per Lb SHOULDER Per Lb RIB Per Lb So 6c SHOULDER Per Lb SIRLOIN and PORTERHOUSE Per Lb We Will Pay 9c Per for Spring Chickens and 8c Per forOhl Hens We carry a full line of Blood Head Polish Pork Link Oysters direct from in Sauer 5c Per Fine Line of Pickles and Bottled WATCH FOR OUR WINDOW DIS PLAY SATURDAY East of New Kendall hotel MILLINERY SPECIALS All our Winter such as and Hats are now on sale at SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY of all Childrens uud Hoods completely sold out the secoud order of PaUoru I now have another completo new Hue ou cheaper ihiin Also another line of UIOSH beautiful Trimmed Hats ou Try ti bottle of for re tnoviiiKall slaius or spots from cloth Makes them look like Again thanking tuy patrons for their patience during the recent moving of my sloie aud for their very liberal aud inviting them to call I remain Yours for the Best HJK in Millinery FARNHAM   

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