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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - November 18, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME NOVEMBER NUMBER 14 Local News Jolng Dolngi Give Keane your Thanks giving Waterbury wentto Omaha on business Buy your magazines and period cals at Cobbs news Call on Waterbury or phone 38 or ItiS for automobile Cash paid for butter and Keane successors to See those Pyrography Sets and the handsome Wood iNoveitles tor burn and Elmer Seward left Tuesday tor where his bro ther is seriously New Goods at the Hauck Call and see them and get Jflverything in my Buggy and Sur rey Hue at reauceu any now and save Certificates of Deposit bearing 4 percent interest ana secured by Its entire assets are issued by the Ak ron Savings Two hundred pairs Boys Knee ages 4 to Chev iots HIM to val ues at 25c New goods almost daily at New Winter all kinds of Win ter and almost all needed articles in all Groceries of the very choicest Regular of the Saturday afternoon at three Every member is requested to bring the lunch cloths and jelly to be donated to the Soldiers For your Thanksgiving we will have a complete stock of tne following Sweet Mince Dates and Nuts of all successors to The Thanksgiving holiday falling on Thursday the RegisterTrib une will issue a day earlier than Wednesday So copy for all ads and reading notices should be handed in at a correspond ingly early hour to insure who has been acting as section foreman here for some was transferred to the foremanship at last and his family leaves for there He is succeeded here by George Rich of who formerly had charge of this He and his family reside over the old Peter a retired farmer of was chosen supervisor from the Third district last Friday by the county clerk and as a successor to the late Supervisor Paul who also resided near The appointment was made largely through the recommendation of the Remsen township democratic central There was no opposing candidate and not a dissent ing Arens is a respected and welltodo resident of eastern Plymouth and his appointment meets with general The next appearance here of the popular Ernest Fisher will be on Wednesday NoveiSTreir when they present Charlies a famous comedy which ran for 900 consecutive nights in London and over COO performances in Chi Ernest Fisher will be seen in the part of an old and one feature of the performancee will be his rendition of his own takeoff on Harry Lauder and We Part ed on the His Scotch dia lect is See the lady from where the nuts come A guaranteed the same with alf the scenery as in the original London and New York George who accom panied the remains of his here from a couple of weeks departed Mon day for his home at Ore He will stop In Spokane a few days to look after matters in connection with a residence his bro ther had In process of Carl Clasen and children came up from Saturday to join his wife in a visit nt the home of her uncle and They returned who has been confined to his bed for about a year and a continues to fail and it is not believed he can survive Smith received last week from of a former Akron attor H box containing fifteen of the finest looking apples ever seen They grew In Hamptons five acre orchard there and consisted of three different Arkansas Red and Winter The a golden contains the largest specimen of the ouo of them measuring thirteen inches arouml and weighing about a All the others were nearly of the same Hampton writing that he could have sent even larger ones could the box have held them From ten of his best trees he gath ered worth of The We nntchee district is recognized HH the greatest for apple us well as some other In the There are several other former Ak ron people at who are prospering in the snano degree as as we are all glad to Smith distributed the apples among some of his much to New Dry Lima at O Douglass New York Apple Cider for Mince meat at Keane For auto call on Wa or plume 38 or Cobb has a line line of Pyrography Sets and Wood Novelties for Maple Syrup and New York Buck wheat has arrived at Keane Try Kubopn lias been confined to his home this week with a seri ous attack of Waterbury announces that he is now exclusive agent for the Reo automobiles in this The largest and handsomest line of Pose Card Albums ever shown In AK ron now on display at James Foley returned Saturday from where he has oeen employed for several The Catholic ladies will serve din ner in the opera house Thanksgiving uay and give a dance in the 1 am prepared to meet all legiti mate competition in prices and qual ity of jail and see what 1 can ilo Voull be able to find just what you have been wishing for in Post Card Albums in that handsome at All fine quality at a wide range of Conger went to Sioux City last Friday and met her Miss Florence from Winni who will spend the win cer here with and Raish went to Des Moines last where she intended to enter a hospital for a course of She changed returned home ier and they and Dick Johnson came Saturday from ifilk Point to visit her and other relat ives east of Johnson re turned his wife remaining for a more extended There will be a dance the Akron opera house Thanksgiving iNovember Excellent music will be furnished by a local comprised of and Mar tin Lilly and Arthur Go and spend a few so cial hours of was a caller here Saturday afternoon to in spect and become familiar with the operation of the RegisterTribunes iunior linotype He is em ployed on the Sioux Valley inr which office one of the new ma chines has just been James Bain arrived Satur day from to assist his pastor of the in a series of evival meetings which began Sunday evening and will continue indefinite The meetings are held each eve ning except at Dave southwest of while rounding up a stray critter ast Thursday suffered the fracture of his right leg a few inches above the ankle when the horse he was slipped and fell on He was compelled to ride about five miles in a buggy before a doctor could give his injury the proper at His was lown from near Hawarden to see him Saturday and The Brooks Poling vaudeville company played to a very small aud ence in the opera house lue mainly to rainy weather and a ack of advance The contortion and ex libitions were but there were several other stunts that were not worth going very far to even in ood Only a few couples participated in the dance after the music for which was provided by the companys 3piece Two mouths ago John Dee went from here to to ac cept a position with the greatest Al imlnum company in the and t is gratifying to his friends to learn of the rapidity with whioh he is as cending the ladder of success with hat Recently he was appointed issistant manager of the branch at with a nice increase of sal and has assumed his new du John certainly must have made food at the Smoky City headquar ters from the very What a variety of weather the mst week provided a veek gave us a regular summer This was followed by and snow Friday a driz zling rain all day snow lurries and colder Sunday and a se ore cold wave and about three inch es of snow which reminds is of the oldtime early With ess than half of the corn xcrop out of the the situation is not at ill pleasing to and unless ood weather prevails again consid erable loss and hardship will A small but mightily well pleased uidionce greeted The Girl and last Friday at the the opera It was without doubt he cleanest and cleverest comedy Iramu ever presented and it vus so different from the general run l such plays as to be positively re and It was not of the fool sentimental which might losslbly bo suggested by its The company carried its own stage tirniture and splendid an other distinguishing mark Prom other that come The stormy veathtsr kept many from nit those who were present will al vays pleasantly remember the Lockes uucl huuo they njuv Call on or phone Goodwin for careful auto livery Leave your laundry at Kendall Ho Ida Phone Neal came down the first of the week from to visit relatives and Nlelson returned Tues day from a visit ol siverai uays with relatives at Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and ana get tirstclass Piione The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest The popular liirnest Players will present tnat sparkling unurleya at me jutron opera house iNoveuioer No shoudy goods sold at the Hauck 1 snail endeavor to always keep the best in all and at rigiit Buy your next summers supply of Shells for your chiclteiis while you get a per or two tor Douglass K Styles and arrived yesterday from Ly uiau ior a visit at tue home of their son and Did you ever have business deal ings witu a bank where you could count personal interest in your case bucn is tne policy of tne AK ron Savings Alfred Waterbury and Chambers went to Sioux uuy iuesday to visit their Han son and the lamily of their sis Meredith is fixing up an automobile livery garage ror Goodwin east of ills oiacksmith Goodwin is disposing of his tariu implement stock and will give ihe auto business his entire who becomes owner of Kuborns saloon January lias moved up troni The family occupies one of the Mead res east of tlie German Luther an Staley is a daugh ter of and Patrick of this A Trip to the North Pole will be given under the auspices of the tomorrow Friday eve At the Hoss home an oyster supper will be served at following which ices will be Opportunity will be given to meet Explorers Cook and Admis sion Seniors 25c juniors Everybody likes a good Ev erybody can have it next Wednesday evening by going to tne opera where Charlies the funniest play ever will be given by he Ernest Fisher who are well and favorably known in from recent fine performances of Thelma and The Three of Remember the There is not a play on the road to day that is giving the universal sat FIRE DESTROYS ELEVATOR FARMERS GRAIN COMPANY SUF FERS THE that Fighting Parson Manns Its one of those homelike realistic plays that appeals to all classes of Us comedy is bright and Its pa thos strong and with a dramatic cast to portray iach character makes it a real theatrical The play comes with the highest of recommendations and Akron theatergoers will turn out in force to witness it tomorrow Friday November who iarmeJ west of lere the past was recently tak en before the board of insanity at Elk on complaint entered by his wite and The board ad judged him of unsound and he was taken to the insane hospital at Vanktou for It is under stood there has been domestic diffi culty in the The Leader says There is considerable differ ence of opinion in the city over the insanity of We that if Mead finds he is not a fit subject for the asylum le will fire him back and save the costs for the At the regular meeting of the city council Monday evening there arose considerable discussion of the towns system of fire which was proved very inefficient at the elevat or fire last Thursday While no action was there will un doubtedly be something done along he line of improvement in the near Siineon was by unanimous vote of the to again accept the position of fire chief and it is understood that he will take Bills allowed Fullerton Lum ber pub ishing notices and Perry street Clarence James Myers and Grant Barr were allowed 55 each for extra work during the night of the elevator Notice of Farmers Notice is hereby given that there will be a special meeting of stockj liolders of the Farmers Grain in Akron Saturday November at 3 in Modern Woodman There is important business to consider and a largo attendance isi By order of BOARD OF Church ReVival services continue every night the coming week except Saturj beginning at We earnestly urge all thoso interested in i the salvation of man and the moral uplift of the town aud community to cooperate with j Building All Ablaze Inside When DIs With No Mianee for Sav Endanger Sur rounding The farmers owned by the Farmers Grain burned last Thursday iNovember ami tne building aim contents were uimosi a total about OCIOCK a aou or discovered tne maze while on ins way up rue alarm was at once sounoed and Hie hose carts Hurried to tne scene as rapidly as Uie muday roads would Be iore u stream of water could ue turned oil it wan easy to thai Hie structure was the lute4 nor being all ablaze ami tae fire breaking througti the SVater was at first turned m tne east witi uow or tire basement and then an at tempt was made to gel at tne names uy bursting in the Hours to the nortn Tins opening simply gave tne rire the draft needed to iiasteii me worlc of Attention was tlien directed to saving nearby AKron number coal sneds a lew reel 10 tne the new depoi on tne east and tne old depot and oilier elevators to tne in tne flaming embers and sparKs were being car ried by a These builu uigs were kept wet down by a couple or One stream was kept ror soiue time on tne root of tne Fields Hedges where the urebrands fell thick and Water pressure from either hose was not wnat it should nave out that Irom the hydrant at tue old City hotel corner was lameiiluUly Later it was discovered mat me hydrant was only partially turned on ami that there was a sharp turn in the which also shut oil the Tne from this hose would not even carry to the top ot the old depot and Clifton Ogden climbed onto the warehouse with a pail of water to quench a flaming chunk that had fallen on and threat ened to ignite the Alter burning fiercely Ior over an lighting up tlie surrounding country for the upper portion of the elevator snowed signs of giv ing Suddenly it seemed to break orf about midway and the en tire upper hah toppled to the onto tne part used as an This soon ended the spectacular feature or the conflagration and reduced the danger to adjacent The large crowd that had turned out be gan to dwindle and before long only triose on watch duty The origin of the fire is absolute ly While there is ru mor and talk of there has not developed the slightest clue toward the establishment of in this and it will more than likely remain a as in hun dreds of other as to how it actually Mel len and who were in charge of the had been at work there during the day and had loaded SOO bushels of wheat in to a which stood at tile door of the elevator when the fire broke out and was pushed out of danger by hand Melleu went home about and Wa terbury remained about an hour afterward to close up the busi ness for the Everything ap peared to be all right at that The machinery had not been running sufficiently during the day to devel op a hot boxing and it is not be lieved the heating of grain in the bins could have caused it without the odor being detected by those in charge of the The elevator was built by the Bur rili Engineering Construction of The contract was let and work started thereon the latter part of and the first load of grain received at the new elevator December that The main portion of the structure was 30x30 45 feet in hav ing a capacity of An office and engine room adjoined the main building on the The con tract price of the elevator was about and equipment has since been added that brings the value of the plant over This loss was cov ered by Only a short time before the elevator was filled almost to capacity with but ability to secure more cars per mitted a lot of it to be so that at the time of the fire only in tho bushels was in the This grain was valued at about and as insur ance was carried on the average am ount of grain no loss will result The directors of the company held a conference Friday to consider mat ters relative to the destruction of the It was decided to hold a general meeting of tho stockholders Saturday this in when plans for the future will be decided The members are not at all disheurteiuul over their There is practically no doubt but what they will rebuild the eleva and possibly on a larger scale than This would a I must ap pear to be demanded upon the basis of the heavy volume ot business tlie elevator has been Until anew building enn be arrange ments havo been made by tho cow ROHRER Cold Weather Merchandise CLOAKS Those Caracul Cloaks are the correct cold weather We have them in semifit in full with shawl trimmed with jet lined with the best Italian cloth also have Plush and Cloth Coats best assortment in plain and mixed Prices to suit every from CHILDRENS CLOAKS in Bear Skin and Fancy Such a great variety was never shown in Akron before Muffs and Mittens to Now is the time to get these and have the full winters use of STANDARD PH10N BOO 1C 190910 n G e i H F E O T3 J O O O WINTER IS COMING Bringing a host of dress but with THE WINTBB N U M B IS R of the Standard Fashion Book as KII ally any woman can solve lier dress problems to unequalled DRESS GOODS The newest and most popular weaves and colors arrived this week New Dress New Short Bed Warm High Top Leggins BLANKETS Another lot of those large soft Bed Blankets just Also showing some rare values in all wool just the thing for the cold OUTING NIGHT ROBES for women and When we say they are the Brighton the people of Akron know that they are full and made of good material and neatly trimmed in they stand at the top of the list in OUTING FLANNELS in dark and light 8c and 9c your choice of the lot at 4Ac a MENS and BOYS CAPS All good with inside fur these are broken only a few of each kind values are up to now go in two big and GROCERIES Full lino of Dried Fresh Canned Fruits and Candied Lemon and Orange We sell Harrington Hall Coffee in medium and strong the best blended piece of goods on the Mellowrich at 25c and Happy Day at 20c leads them all at the price you cant go wrong if you buy your Coffee of Hawkeye Tea at 50c a Ib is better than many 60c Pearl White or White Borax Naptha 7 bars for None Such Mince lOc and pany to receive grain at the old Ross located about n blqei south of the burned Our business men are pleased that the company will be enabled to resume buying with so little interruption arid that the enterprise will be continued in a substantial The farm ers elevator has been of material as sistance in holding the towns heavy trade from tlie surrounding country and in bringing new trade It has also been a satisfactory invest ment for the Notes of the Most of the freight was tempora rily removed from the old depot anu a freight engine happened along toj LIGHT SYSTEM FOR AKRON Project at Last Seems Special Election to Be Called by the Council There have been rumors and ru mors of rumors for several 3ears to tlie effect that Akron would have a lighting A couple of years ruo bonds were voted by tlie people for that but the elec tion call was afterward found illegal A Thanksgiving Now is the time to plan to take your Thanksgiving Dinner with the Catholic ladies in the Akron opera The following excellent menu will be served Chicken Goose Boston Baked Beans Cranberry Sauce Pie Rolls Coffee Roast Beef Hot Potatoes Celery Cake oil a slight The Reg A number one Oyster Supper will isterTribune is now assured from an j be served from until all are sup absolutely reliable source that an eiectric light plant will be installed here next either by local cap ital or by outside which pull freight cars on the side track island ready to make the out of the danger The council is said to be prepiir No little apprehension was caused j ing to issue a call soon for another by the fact that underground tank I special election to submit the matter in the rear oi the engine house conj to the tained about fifty gallons of gaso It was prevented from igniting by the pit being filled with Direct pressure could not immedi ately be brought to bear from the water mains because of broken shaft at the mill It was an hour before steam coxld be raised in either the old pumping station boiler or at the mill power house for direct An incident that furnished much to the crowd was enact ed by a fellow who mounted the roof of the old freight got soused by a stream from the hose and finally rolled off the slippery alighting safley on his feet on the cinder platform The companys large safe was hauled ont of the waterfilled engine room below tho office It was found upon being opened that the contents had not been Utctel by fire or but that the water had worked through aud complftcly soaked Considerable care and time were required to dry out books and lesson of tho fire iht inef ficient of the fire de partment and a luck of sufficient wa ter pressure in tiiuo of unusual emer The fire depn tinont is now in process of but no little dissatisfaction exists amonn taxpayers regarding the other de There ImiMitiicd to be a SAoml supply iiwaler lie reser voir upon tliis but when it gets low the pressure is Altvny concur in opinion that the cement walls of tho reservoir should lie raised fifteen or twenty thus increasing its capacity am in suring much better pressure at all Akron surely stands badly in need cl good light and iu this prospect there is cause for general Bring your family or rjriends and treat them to one of thqse genuine ly appetizing QJily 25c for dinner or Dont forget the the opera formerly of this now forming west of Hawar is reported to have lost several valuable horses recently from some strange NEW GOODS Almost Daily at the HAUCK STORE Now is the time to buy your winter Blank and all winter goods before cold weather comes and finds you needing A new stock to select from aud prices as as the Call an see our complete stock of all kinds of needed Highest price paid for farm K   

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