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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - November 11, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME NOVEMBER NUMBER 11 Local News Coming Doings Buy your magazines and period cals at Cobbs news Call on Waterbury or phone 38 or 163 for automobile Cash paid for butter and Keane successors to who is teaching at came home last evening for a brief was up Sunday from Sioux where he is work Ing in Martens northwest of town went to Sioux City wher his Is very Everything in my Buggy and Sur lino at reduced Buy now and save Will Hainm the wedding of hla Lillian Schaffer and Carl Petry in LeMars yesterday Lenderink came Tues day from to visit ai the homo of her G Caroline Myers returned to day from an extended visit with her Alice near George nephew of B returned last Friday from Pa where he has been working for some her Miss and were sum moned to Sioux by the death of her motherinlaw last and of Orange were visitors at the home of their Myron Mudgett She accompanied them to Sioux City Isaac Waterbury returned to his home north of town yesterday from a six weeks visit in also stopping in New York The trip was full of enjoymenet to Medical Lake Mail Bber who lives near is rap idly recovering from the operation which was performed on him at Lukes hospital in Spokane last Mon who had been a guest of family of her departed Monday for her and Welch accompanied her to Sioux True Byrne and his north east of were in Sioux City yes He went on business con nected with a patent on a grain ele vator he and his have recently The Girl and the Gawk surpassed everything of its kind in the way of a dramatic comedy seen here this Manhattan At Akron opera house Fri day November The Fighting Parson great moral It instructs the young to do The old it amuses and sends home in a better frame of mind To be seen at the Akron opera house Friday November of was interviewing some of our citizens re gardlng Knight Lights this He has installed several systems they are giving universal These systems are guaranteed for five t The county in regular ses sion this passed resolutions of respect and regret concerning the recent death of Supervisor Paul of the Third The recorder and clerk will appoint his successor this to serve until the next general Oswoll had b6eu her and met her husband in Hawar den from which place they left for near where they will Their other daugh Claude of will also move to the same vi recently moved from southeast of here to says in a letter to the Register Tribune I am well satisfied with my new home and am well prepared for having a good comfortable house and plenty of coal on We have had no cold weather to We hoar the threshing engine every so you see there is grain raised near and a good Garden vegetables in of Los for merly an Akron business ar rived hero Saturday for a brief visit with his and family and He is engaged in the real estate business tin the coast and is also interested in an exten sive gold mining enterprise in Ari Ho left Tuesday for Chicago and other points east on but to again stop hero be fore returning He reports his family in unusually good of vis Ued Torn near renewed acquaintances here the lat ter part of last He had been in Sioux City to represent a colony of Syrians at a meeting to organize an association to protest vigorously against u rocont order of cen sus officials barring Syrians from becoming naturalized citizens of this Tho census officials wish to classify them with but the Syrians contend they are from other which entitles them to citizenship here as well as Jews or otbcr races iu western New Dry Lima at Douglass For auto call on Wa or phone 38 or Cobb has a fine line of Pyrogiruphy Sets and Wood Novelties for and north of went to Sioux today to visit The Ladies Aid meets witl Seamnads next Wednes day afternoon at 3 Waterbury announces that he is now exclusive agent for the Reo automobiles in this The largest and handsomest line o Post Card Albums ever in Ak ron now on display at The Catholic ladies will serve din ner in the opera house Thanksgiving day and give a dance in the evening The will give a socia on Friday November En tertainment will be furnished by Trip to the Good authorities state that 90 pet cent of all the pigs that die in the corn belt die of Woronite is death to ttfese Sold by E the A smooth free from wrinkles is simply a matter of knowing how For 2bc I will send the only certaii method of Absolutely pri 517 West 134 The northbound passenger trail was delayed here nearly an hourlasi Friday forenoon by the breaking of a large spring under the front truckb of the engine just as it was about to pull out of the LeRoy who attend ed the state teachers meeting at Ues was accompanied name by his wife who was called to several weeks ago by the serious illness of her mother Simeon and her Peter to Merrill the firsi of the week for a visit at the home their sister and to see their aged who is in very poor Iiiey accompanied him to the home of another Miss Sadie Mil at Baringtou recently bought A Waterburys dairy business He s experienced in that Hue and pro poses to give the public the best possible Owing to the high price of Baringtoni announc s after November 15 he will p compelled to advance the price of milk to 6c per A farmer near EsthervUle 446 jushels of potatoes on an acre of and another near Dysart sold ils corn in the field at an Yet there is an occasional ernarks the Buffalo Center who thinks Iowa land Is selling for too much money and will never ad vance in The tfine is not ar distant when Iowa land will be selling at per There is no other state better than and man who can not make a living lere can not make a living any John Douglass and Searls received the sad tidings last week of the death of their at on October She lad been in poor health for a num ber of years anid succumbed to heart and Miller were Oldtime he having ibnducted a general store in Wades ormer Wintersteen pur chased his stationery and wall pa per stock about twentyone years soon after which the family moved Miller is pleasantly re nembered by many oldenday vho extend sympathy to the griev ng Typhoid prevails in many of the surrounding cities and towns and in orne places investigation is being nade of the quality of the city wa er as a possible cause of the epi No such apprehension is en ertained regarding the quality of Ak ons city water which is un iurpassed in purity and The quality now obtained is even better han at the old pumping as he present wells are sunk iu sanid and through which is filtered vater said to come principally from prlngs in the river bank near the mill power With splendid wa er from the city mains and private veils and with a sanitary sewer ystsm in successful Vkvon stands in little fear of a ty hoid or malarial fever Every seat inthe opera house was old last Saturday evening when the urtain went up for the hometalent indentation of the twoact At the Village The cene was laid around the postoffice if Portlandvillo now Akron before he railroad was The situa ious were ludicrously true to lifo ud several clever local hits were The character parts were ex eedingly well considering the irief time allowed for Sxcellent specialties introduced were Vhistling solos by Miss Helen Rob of Sioux City humoresque oadlngs by Martin Smythe ornet solo by Arthur DArville So by Clark and chorus song by Master Stanley Burrill selections by two oung peoples Each of hose numbers wore warmly ap lauded and highly Jell Robertson is entitled to much reclit for her efforts in putting on ho successful The re eipts were the net receipts to o td the Epworth The on ortalnment will bo presented in the 3hatsworth opera house on Saturday ot this Downer and children visited In Sioux City Call on or phone Goodwin for careful auto livery of visited his last Mtilis went to last for a few days visit at the home of her George of Sioux was a guest of Clifton Ogden the first of the Woodburn enjoyed a visit last week from her of Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone Morey west of left first of the week to look up a claim in the Black Hills and of were tiuuday guests at the home of her Roy Foley came down from Mil last Friday for a visit with relatives and returning The popular Ernest Fisher Players will present that sparkling Charleys at the Aitroa opera house November Two hundred pairs of Boys Knee ages 4 to Cliev iots ana to ifl val ues at 25c Buy your next summers supply of Shells for your chickens while you get a per or two for Douglass northwest of returned Monday irom a couple of weeks trip in South Dakota and Ne He visited relatives at Dal las and was in Crawlorfl and on Carl Clasen arrived last week from to assist in the care of her who is failing after a long His and family were up from Sioux City Guests at the home of and Kuboru the past week nave been his Herman of and her Miss Frances and Miss Susie of The shrewd investor does not put his money into every scheme present ed which big returns rath he is satisfied with the absolute security and liberal interest which is guaranteed on the Certificates of De posit of Akron Savings The management of the Akron op era house has made arrangements to install firstclass moving picture machine next Exhibitions will be given several including Saturday and eve Jihese tencent entertainments should prove very McKillips left Saturday for where he will engage in carpenter work during the Harve formerly of this recently started a lumber yard The Akron boys football eleven played a return game at Elk Point It was a very hardfought and exciting our boys los ing by the narrow margin of 5 to of Sioux who purchased the general merchandise stock of Kasmussen here and conducted the store for a short time before sulling it to Hauck a short time has bought the Com mercial hotel property at Beresford and is fitting it up with steam heat and other modern It will be opened December 1 as the Hotel under the experienced management of with a jrand Music will be fur nished during the afternoon and eve ning by the Beresford baud and a aarp and dinner will bo served from noon until 8 at It will be conducted along he Hues of a firstclass One of our oldest mercantile in stitutions changed hands last when Wade sold his fruit and confectionery business to and of Sioux possession being Satur Wade started in this bus ness here about twenty years ago and it has come to be a household jhrase that the made lis start with a peanut VVhile this may not be literally he started in a very humWe but lever ceased the buildingup so that he turns over to his succes sors a fine stock of goods and a splendid The new to be known as Keane is com jrised of young men well trained in jusiness with excellent records ot service to their credit and pleas uit to Tlie senior member of the firm has for eight years held the responsible position of chief clerk inder Superintendent Beards of the at Sioux aving of the division at times of the superintendents ab The junior member of the inn was also assistant clerk to Ills brother The parents of young and have also moved here from iloux and the family is residing n Walter Prostases residence south if Wendts Those people will find a cordial welcome in Akrons Mismess and social U is a jloasure to Wades many friends know that ho expects to retain esideneo in the old He only etires from that lino to enable him devote his undivided attention to the sale of Duick automobiles in this In which he and Bur have formed a Redmond went to Shel don Monday to visit her Strobehn northeast of have bought a Jackson Phone 38 or 163 or call on Waterbury for Auto Livery Slaughter was up from Sioux City on milling business Leave your laundry at Kendall Ho Ida Phone 16 See those Pyrffgraphy Sets handsome Wood Novelties for burn Eyland Went to Fort Dodge the first of the week to serve on the federal grand and Frank and children left Saturday to visit rela tives iu Sioux and ROBS left Tues day for where they will begin home Hyink came from Alton Monday to visit her Mc and other The Akron Creamery wants your milk and creamf Highest prices and honest Earl a student at Morning visited his and west of and of visited last week at the home of their John northwest of and of Hawar visited over Sunday at the home of her and Eppe southeast of First number of the Lecture Course Saturday November Hussell Musical Novelty It will be well worth your Every man and woman who pays bills should do so with checks on the Akron Savings Banfa It is an in surance against 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 wide range of Hawardeu Chronicle Dale and of were in town Monday while on their way home from Miss Jessie Cal of was in the city Monday on her way to visit friends at and MrsT Ha gen spent Sunday with the latters sister and family at and Martin Smythe and and went to Elk Point last and in the evening took part in en tertainment by one of the church societies Smythe gave a couple of dramatic readings and Burnight favored with a vo cal Burnight playing the piano Their efforts gave the customary great pleasure and they responded to enthusiastic Wade the lo cal Buick are to be congratu lated on the remarkable values they are securing in the 1910 Buick They combine all the latest im provements in auto The color and general finish could not be In they are the Classiest cav of the No better demonstration of this can be given than the fact that the following parties purchased cars in the last two weeks Model Model Model Model Model Harry Model The Buick is putting out so many different models and at such attractive prices the prospective buyer can surely find what he wants in this The line for 1910 comprises the following on all of which the famous Schebler Carburetor is used Fourcylinder with inch 34inch 112inch wheel x 32inch 105inch wheel wheel and 92inch wheel This car is made in surrey and toy touneau All the above models are equipped with Remy Twocylinder car has 4V6x5 cylin 32inch but not is their two 30inch 79inch wheel for All the above cars have a posi tive force pump lubricator and are water cooled by pump Owing to the highclass material in these cars and the extra attention the Buick gives to the engine and running these cars are tiot put up for summer use but for every day in the Thats why Buick agents throughout the country report almost as many sales during the winter as they do dur ing the Having purchased the stock of the we will continue the business at the same We invite you to and will be glad to make your We intend to maintain the high standard of quality for whicli the store a reputation and will devote our entire attention to the The peo ple of Akron and vicinity may de pond on receiving the best service in every Very KEANE new flouring re placing the one Is expected to be ready for operation in about six Call and See This Handsome Portfolio of rieasure Garments We can now supply you mantailored gar made to your individual for little more than readymade An experienced fit ter takes your meas urements right in our And we Guarantee Satisfac The garments are made by the Am erican Ladies Tailor ing the leading concern in their CHOICE OF 180 Fashion Portfolio which wo luivo in our store allows the cream of all the fall and winter Each style is shown in a large way and in You can see every detail of how it will There are 24 suit IS skirt stylos and 12 stylos ol Thorn are also ISO styles of finest selections from all the new Any sarmunt yon select will be made to your measure in any cloth you That means a larger variety than you could find in the largest store in THE CONVENIENT experienced fitter in our store takes all your if A diagram is showing all the facts about your stylo and The tailors of with these facts before have every guide they could have If you wore thero The garments are madee under the personal direction of Monsieur ono of tlio best known men in his They are made by journeymen So you get In every garment the very pitch of You get all the mantailored You get the garments fitted not only to your but to your style and Yet you pay but little compared with the price which mantailors usually Note how different this is from taking your own measure and ordering such garments by OUR OWN pive yon our own covering workmanship and If the garment when received is not you need not accept The maker will take it The plan involves no risk and it involves no Yon will get the garments in half the time the usual mantailor SUITS FROM mantailored made to your run from to The muntailored skirts ran from to and the coats from to The prices are amazing when considers that every garment is made to individual One pays nearly those prices for ready made And for the usual garments made to one pays two to three times as The Tailoring makes a thousand garments where the small tailor makes They buy their materials direct from the mills and in enormous And they charge on each garment but a very small SEE THE come and see this it forms a complete education in Then let us tel you what the styles that you like best will cost in the cloth you See it costs to have just what you made just as you want it Come at ROHRER Dependable Merchandise IOWA DIED Harvey Warren of whose serious ijilness mention was made in this paper lost passed away last Thursday November at his home on the old Duncan Ross farm northwest of in Sioux Valley Union aged 30 2 months and 15 While caring for the horses last one of the animals reared and struck the young man on the tiead with its The injury was not considered at all serious at the Several weeks ago he began to be troubled with pains in his head and his suffering increased with the formation of an abscess of the to which he finally succumbed despite all that medical skill could Deceased was born in Washington August and spent his younger days He married Miss Effie Reeser in Atchi son January The same year they came to Plymouth farming east of The past two years he and his father have been farming the Ross He was an industrious young man and well thought of by all who knew His John has been in very poor health the past year or more his ing away comes as an added hard ship to the Left to mourn his untimely demise are his two little daughters and a baby also three of and Hummel and of Sioux Valley To all of these the sympathy of the community is Funeral services were conducted at the family home Saturday afternoon by of and interment made in Riverside ceme The Fighting The Fighting Parson is just what the name the leading a young is com pelled to fight both morally and physically his way to Its a greaf character who be lieves there is good in all of His intense love for his mother and the wronged girl makes him a character loved by even the direct wrong doings of his brother to himself and the girl he loves does not change his belief of goodi in all of His strug gle for his church so many odds only holds him in higher es teem with the It contains many strong lines and situations und he is often compelled to not make me forget the cloth I wear and say something 1 shall be sorry for Its a great big pas toral comedy with enough of comedy between the pathetic lines to wipe away a It teaches a les son to young and One leaves the theater feeling better for witness ing the The cast in cludes some very prominent names from city and that successful Chicago producing and Managers Clark and DArvillu of our local play house of fer it for your approval on Friday November NEW GOODS Almost Daily at the HAUCK STORE Now is the time to buy your winter Blank and all winter ijoods before rold weather comes and finds you needing A large new stock to select from and prices as low as the Call an see our complete stock of all kinds of needed Highest price paid for farm J AU C K   

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