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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - November 4, 1909, Akron, Iowa NOVEMBER NUMBER 12 Local News doing Comlnfi Doing Heating stove for sale at Phone 38 or 163 or call on Waterbury for auto went to Saturday to work in a See those Pyrography Sets and the handsome Wood Novelties for bunr Everything in my Buggy and Sur rey line at reduced Buy now and save Woterburyr The Catholic ladles will serve din ner In the opera house Thanksgiving day and give a dance in the oldest of and fell Monday and broke her right arm at the Buy your next summers supply of shells for your chickens while you get a per or two for Douglass late pastor of the local Christian goes to Min neapolis this evening to arrange to enter the law of the Uni versity of Horace Gilbert and Miss es Anna Laura who had been vieiting at the home of their daughter and George returned Monday to Church of Christ program for Sun November 7 Bible 10 11 of will Come and worship with Hilllker of this were given an adverse ruling by the su preme court last week their case against the Northwest Thresher They sued for In the company having secured orders in territory assigned to and Cobb and Pember autoed Val ley on Wednesday of last week and made a brief visit with the family of Pembers and Cobb went on to Thursday and attended the celebration of the goldenwedding an niversary of their uncle and and New Dry Lima at 0 Douglass Call on or phone fo careful auto livery the local sol a Ford touring car last week to An drew The Baptist Juniors will give a 10 social at the Smith home on Friday November The largest and o Post Card Albums ever In Ak ron now on display at of Ne arrived Saturday for a few days visit at the home of her niece Harvey northwest of town reported in a critical condition with abscess of the resulting from a kick received on his head from a tiorse several months invitations have for a social dance to be given in the Ak ron opera on Wednesday eve November Excellent music will be furnished by the Voegeli or of Henry and Misses Lizzie and An lie who had visiting at homes of their and ilenry and Frank southeast of returned today to Roy Neal arrived and iew Neal arid their Os well came Monday from near for a brief visit with The boys left Tuesday for Oklahoma to look up a farm Sessions of the public schools were discontinued yesterday afternoon for the remainder of the the board of directors having kindly giv en the teachers an opportunity to at tend the State Teachers convention in Des The teachers left for that place yesterday Pearl Lemon was granted a decree of divorce Tuesday by Judge Gaynor in Sioux City from James formerly pastor of the Chris tian church The grounds were cruel and inhuman treatment ad She was given the custody of their little The mar riage of Lemon and Miss Pearl Sul then about 16 years in the old opera house here April created a Their sub sequent parting occasioned no sur Cobb has a fine line of Pyrography Sets and Wood Novelties for Call on Waterbury or phone 38 or 163 for automobile Leave your Laundry at Kendall Ho Ida Phone Waterbury announces that lie is now exclusive agent for the Reo automobiles in this The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest Kuborn has sold his saloon business here to of West who was formerly in the busi ness Possession will not be given until the first of Youll be able to find just what you have been wishing for in Post Card Albums to that handsome display at All fine quality at a wide range of Tena Holdren of are visiting the family of her Boyson Mrs Holdren formerly lived near Richland and this Is her first visit here in twentyseven you satisfied with your old smoky kerosene lamps If interested n getting ton times the light at less phone 52 on line eave your name and and he will teli you how it is Mayor Moore is giving the bum ele ment just the right sort of Yesterday he gave two more of Bert Rown and Bill fifteen day Marshal Anderson took the pair of booze punishers to eMars for lodging in the Hotel and Searls visited Wends in Sioux City last Friday and Searls again resumed charge of the depot the first of he being off duty al most a month with an attack of mus For auito call on Wa or phone 38 pr Have Martin Sinythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone Will Neary and Misfe Marie Simeon autoed to Merrill Sunday and visited at the home of her Waterbury returned from a visit with relatives at and was accompanied liome by her and Frank had the pleasure of a visit the latter part of last week from his and his from Sioux ular rheumatism and from the ects of He will now ef be mpplied with the more efficient help le requires and charged with burglar zing Whitneys jewelry store here ast and held or breaking into the Peter Blum res dence east of here last at empted to escape from the county ail last week by sawing off the ars with an old caseknife shaped nto a Two bars were nearly evered when They are ow in solitary DIED At the family home east of Chats Moehlhoff suc cumbed to cancer of the stomach October after a period of sickness covering one year and a William Henry Moehlhoff was bom in January and lived to the age of 46 9 months and 11 In he came to the United States and first located at Af ter remaining there about six months he moved west to Jones Near this on Janu ary he married Catherine who survives To them were born three sons and three one son dying in infan Eighteen years ago the fnmily Plym farm moved from Jones county to outh locating on a northeast of where they lived until the spring of moved onto a farm he They then had purch ased near After two years of residence there the family came back tc its present home on account of Moehlhoffs continued On the 27th of last March he was operated on here for cancer at the office of Cilley Kerr and for a time made encouraging im but during the past two months has been gradually Death came as a welcome relief to great which lie has borne with much courage and Christian He was a most diligent honest and upright in all his and highly respected i by all who knew The commun ity tenders its sympathy to the wife and children in their great He Is also survived by a two halfbrothers and two halfsis ters in Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon in the German Lu theran church at of which he was a by the pas edi the ROHRER 1 Anniversary Sale Only Two More Days Left of Our Fourth Anniversary Sale This Sale starts out ahead of any previous Sale this store has ever pulled There are sev eral reasons for this happy among them are We sell only firstclass no shoddy goods to Prices are as and in many instances lower than our We have the in our room is so full that we have contracted for additional and our north wall will be moved twenty feet to make room for merchandise and And last but not we always do as we advertise when you see it in our its Fred The fice would not accommodate to pay their last Interment was made in Riverside All prices named in last weeks announce ment remain in force until the end of this subject to being And many more new bargains TABLE LINEN 72inch fine bleached Table value Anniversary Sale per 72inch fine bleached Table Pansy Pat tern Anniversary Sale per 70inch bleached Table value An niversary Sale per 70inch bleached Table 85c Sale per 66inch Table 65c value Sale per 64inch Mercerized 50c value Sale per 58inch Standard Colored fast 50c values Sale per 56inch Heavy Teble 50c Sale per BLEACHED MUSLIN 104 Bleached 32c Anniversary Sale per 94 Bleachod 30c Anniversary Sale per 45inch Bleached Pillow 22c Sale per BLEACHED MUSLIN 42inch Bleached Pillow 20c Sale per 46inch Bleached 20c Sale per 42inch Bleached 18c value Sale per Extra Special We w ill give free with every childrens and Misses Cloak sold Friday and your choice of our big assortment of Hoods and One Day Specials Limited one lot to a customer and with or der for other NOVEMBER 5th 2o Ibs Granulated Sugar 6th 10 yds Uubleached 36 inches 9c valueas long as the supply holds Remember we sell only DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE and have BARGAINS for Bring us your Butter and are above par Home sf Good and Seasonable The accompanying illustration shows the location of the Hauck General Merchandise Store in the First National Bank While most people in Akron and vicinity are aware of our the purpose of this announcement is also to bring more forcibly to their minds the fact that this store is exceptionally well prepared to supply their wants in Winter Goods of FirstClass Quality and at Very Low such as HaucK General Store Successor to Rasmusseu Comforters Wool and Cotton Blankets Outing Night Gowns Shoes Overshoes Stockings Underwear Skirts Furs Sweaters and Sweater Jackets Scarfs Fascinators Dress Goods Gloves Mittens and many other cold weather Our Ladies Furnishin Department offers a very complete line to select In you will always find our stock clean and well assorted with the best on the It gives us pleasure to announce that since taking charge of this store a few months ago there has been a very material increase in business and we take this opportunity to thank our patrons fcr their We also earnestly invite those not having made this store their place to at least favor us with a trial having confidence in the quality of our goods and service to merit their future Beautiful Large Framed Values for to My Customers HAUCKS DollorfarDallor Store
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