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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME NOVEMBER NUMBER 15 Local News Conlitfi Try Keane quick Buy magazines and periodi cals at Cobbg hews 3all op Watertrary or phone 36 or 108 for automobile Misses Addle Hllliker and Marga ret Johnson visited hi City The Ladies Mission Circle will meet with Ross next Mon day Victor a student at Morning side Sioux Sundayed withhis parents Everything in my Buggy and Sur rey line at reduced Buy now and Munchrath came yesterday from Sioux City to visit and other relativeswest of We wont of Butter and COO Eggs in exchange for Highest market price Moon arrived Monday from Lyman to Join his wife in a visit at the home hqr broth Two hundred pairs of Boys Knee ages 4 Chev iots and to val ues at 25c and Mellus came home yesterday from a visit of two weeks with their daughters at Lin coln and ami la Sioux Regular meeting of the Saturday December at Every member Is requested to be as there is election of Jack Reilly arrived Saturday from to visit her Reilly has been picking corn In this vicin ity the past few Ole southwest of recently bought a 67acre tractfrom Tom This will give Lawrence a solid 287acre chunk of Union county Private car Panhandle from Sioux Fine oppor tunity for anybody interested tocom bine pleasure and Maxson Michael Gleason has bought the former residence prop and John Schleuter the Adams residence property in the east part of The latter will move in from the farm this Keane Specialties Extra select Connecticut New York Catawba and imported Malaga choice new Michigan imported Dates and fresh Fruits of all Apples at per Ward Svho at One time was employed In the RegisterTribune of made a brief call friends here He has been at Pa cific coast points the past half doz serving a couple of years in the regular cavalry Whitney writes this office to change the address of his Register Tribune from New Mex to where he and his family are about to He bought a fine fruit farm there not long ago and has since been of fered for it more than he The Fighting Parson drew a good attendance to the opera house last Friday evening arad gave more than the average the cast exceptionally Fon the man of was in deed a puzzler and Uad everybody guessing up to the critical moment of If Manns several other attractions are to the standard of The Fighting Par Akron theatarigoers would be pleased to see all ol Keane pay 26c for But and New Dry Lima at Douglass Miss Frances iHammann went to Remsen Saturday to visit Cobb has a fine line of Pyrography Sets and Wood Novelties for Call and see our new Winter Goods and see prices we Miss Alma Gulllaume visited rehv tives and friends In Jefferson over Strobel went to Elk Point last Friday to attend the funeral of his oldtime Alexander Morse went to Sioux1 City the first of the week and cried the auction sale of a big The largest and handsomest line of PostCard Albums ever shown Ak ron now on display at The Catholic ladles will serve din ner in the opera house Thanksgiving day and give a dance in the 1 of was here last Friday to visit his and to make the ac quaintance of that neV Miss Lela who had been visiting the family other and other relatives and re turned Saturday to The Akron Savings Bank cares for the depositor as well as hits deposit and cooperates with its customers In the development of their Miss Eva Peterson came Tuesday from Rock for visit at the home of her Fred Peter and with other relatives and friends Youll be able to find just what you have been wishing for in Post Card Albums in tbathandsome display at All fine quality at a range The theatrical at the opera house comes Saturday eve December The Girl from the Which Is heralded as one of the good The Russell in a musical nov elty pleased a fair sized audience at the opera house last Thursday It was the initial number of the lecture Hans Wilier was carrying his arm in a sling last week as the result Frank Edgar overSundayed In LeMars wltji his For auto call on Wa or phone 38 or s Call on or phone Goodwin for careful auto livery was la Sioux City on business the part of last Leave your laundry at Kendall Ho Itfa Phone and Seamands were In Sioux City on business last Miss Belle Caskey returned Sunday to Sioux after a visit at her home Have Martin Smythe do your of a hayrackj loaded with tip ping over and striking It was at first thought his arm was but it proved to be no severe New Goods almost daily at the Hauck Have already bought about worth and am arranging for bought for cash direct reliable wholesale I am determined to be able to sup ply my customers with the best goods on the and at rea sonable and west of departed Tuesday for am ex tended visit the They will stop enroute to visit their soninlaw and and Good at and the fam ily of his brother at and then go to to spend the winter with The annual Campfire will be held in the opera house Satur be giniilns at 5 enter tainment will lie given in the eve Those purchasing tickets for supper will be given an entertain ment ticket Without supper admission to program wjli be fifteen Asa result of Mayor Moores pol icy to rid the town of undesirable citizens by imposing a stiff jail sen tence when they violate the the Be Mars Sentinel states that all the prisoners riow confined iu the county jail were sent there from It is no disgrace to our town that this condition exists but more of a credit in the way of peace and or There are several more on the waiting Painting and and get firstclass Phone The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices and honest Mfss Ethelyn of vis ited the first part ot the week at the home of her and of Wes slngton are vlRltlng relatives and Jriends here this Fred a former Akron is building a fine residence in He and his family will find much comfort Searls returned Tuesday from having attended an auction sale held on the iarm here cently bought near Buy your next summers supply of Sheils for your chickens while you get a per or two for Douglass Miss Agnes Bixler closed her sea sons work as trimmer in Miss Ella Farnhams millinery and departed for her Welch has leased the base ment under the Akron Savings where he will carry on the manu facture of cement curbing for ceme tery lots during the He has a number of orders on hand for this Steve Keane came from Sioux City Saturday having resigned his position In the office of Superintendent of the Mil will take an active part in conducting the store of Keane he being the senior part ner in the who came from to visit his mother and other relatives west re turned and was accompa by Alfred Johnson Vas also here from Eagle last week to see her who is in very poor Elk Point Leader We that Messex has secured Attorney Thomas Mclnerny to apply before Judge of Yankton for a writ of habeas He claims he wishes to investigate the rea sons for confinement and for his removal to the insane hospital at ifankton so quickly after his trial before the insanity Alcester 18 W of Sioux Valley was years old last Saturday and his Os car was 21 years old on the same Ethel daughter of tbe former and sister of the planned a surprise party at the home Saturday About thirty peo ple assembled and made merry over the happy Oscar Hall and wife and and Abeel went down to participate in the Charlies presented by the Ernest Fisher company in the opera bouse last was the rarest theatrical treat of the The large audience was kept in a con tinuous uproar andconvulsion of mirth by the ludicrous situations in Miss Lisle RossMetunied Tuesday from a visit with her brothers al Building and Loan are now made at HV iCShrers in stead of at Wormite lavas Sure death to the worms as to Sold by of was H guest at the his Zane the first oti the Thanksgiving Berylces are held to day the MettexUBt church at Ji delivering the Lionel Varfiiwoiijirjwho is attending Iowa Business college In came home yesterday for the Thanks giving 0 Carl a ifqhner Akron was over from Yfeimllllon the first of the week and sold a carload of apples on trflCk Patrick Foley wejit to Sioux City yesteiday to witness Ragged Rob presented the great Irislv by phauncey NEW GOODS Almost Daily at the HAUCK STORE Now is the time to luy your winter Blank and all winter goods before cold weather comes and finds you needing large new stock to sdect from and prices as low the Call an see our complete stqck of all kinds of needed Highest price paid for farm H A U which as was His Scotch ballads also made a decided People here will again have the opportunity of seeing the talented Fisher players Decem ber Itf in that hilarious The Heir to the and of who were sum moned to Sioux City a couple of weeks ago by the death of his bro also came here for a visit the family of his northwest of and with former neighbors and friends in this and Squires went from here to Westphalia seven years ago and have been very successful in farming operations They departed for their home The additional six or eight inches of snow that fell Sunday evening made excellent but was not welconled by farmers who have large amounts of unpicked corn in the The deep caused many of the transient corn pickers to de part for their homes or to places of fering more favorable conditions for which will tend to delay pick Ing when the fields are incon for the The pres ent thaw is rapidly taking the The county auditor has a job on his hands this says the Mars apportioning Le the The list consists of 300 men for grand SOO for petit jurors and 300 for In ad dition to entering these names with addresses on the the aud itor is wider requirement to appor tion the Jurors among the various precincts according to This provision was changed at the last session of the legislature and hereafter jurors for each precinct will be returned by judges election the same time that they make their report of auditorwill then only have copy tjie lists iutu Ma Several local MaSons are attend ing Masonic Thanksgiving ceremonies in Sioux City this Week and several are taking Scottish Rite The strength of tHe Savings Bank lies not alone in its Capital and but in the character ami financial responsibility of the men who conduct its affairs as Revival meetings Jtlll continue at the Sunday mornings service will ttt instead of There is an increasing In terest and attendance at these ser Akrons schools closed yesterday afternoon or the TJianksgiving vaca tion and the except Anderson and left for their homes to spend the days inter The fellow who hopped off the pas senger here several days agoand thought vhe had time to run up to tne wet for a couple of bot tles of probably felt need of the stimulant when he returned just in time to see thetrain pulling out and beyond He was for tunate enough to catch a passing hog where he possibly felt more at Ayrault closes his pas torate of the local Baptist church Sunday and will become pastor for that denomination at been a conscir entious and worker this field and the best wishes of the community will accompany him self and family to their new Ayrault and daughters leave the latter part of this to visit relatives in Buchanan Fred Peterson received a sad mes sage Saturday evening informing him that his a contract or in Sioux had met accidental death by a fall from a Peterson went to Sioux Falls Sunday morning to assist in funeral arrange ments and look after other Deceased was quite well known and highly respected In He assist ed in the construction of the First National bank building a couple of years The community smpa thizes with those who mourn his un timely taking County Clerk Toppings was over from LeMars last Friday look ing after a little also find ing time to renew some of his old time Toppings resided here with his parents in his boyhood days and the town still seems much like home to It is a matter of no little gratification to his friends to note the splendid service George is giving the county in an official While he is MADETOMEASURE GARMENTS JHERE AT HOWE We are representatives of the Am erican Ladies Tailoring Chica leading concern In their We have in our store their hand some Fashion showing the oream of the styles for fall and win ter Every garment is shown in actual We have 180 samples of in cluding al the newest Any garment you select will made to your measure in any one of these 180 Enormous Variety This large Portfolio shows 24 suit 18 skirt styles and 12 styles of It also shows the 180 Think what a er than the largest store in Amer ica could possibly show you made An experienced fitter takes all of your right in our Then the garments are made by journeymen tailors under the per sonal direction of Monsieur one of the bestknown Our Guarantee We guarantee absolute satisfaction i in workmanship and mate Thatmeans that each gar ment must be It must have ail the mantailored It must represent the best to be had in maJetomoasure else you do not accept The makers stand back of us In this Amazing Prices These mantailored made to your run from to The mantailored skirts run from to and the coats from to At these as low as readymade garments are made to your individual They are made by expert with all the mantailored The reason of in the enormous output of these great na tional Come and See Please come and see this the styles and the Let us show you how little it under this to get the very utmost in a democrat Toppings can continue to count on old rock ribbed republican Portland precinct tx give him a substantial boost to ward retaining that office as long as he says the managers of the Akron opera house have installed a new Edison Kinetoscope of the latest model and gave the first exhibition of moving pictures Tuesday The ma Chine is the finest of its kind and is equipped with a nonexplosive so that the audiences will have no cause or uneasiness in that direc Exhibitions will be given on Friday and Sat urday evenings at and mat inee Saturday afternoons at 3 The latest and best films will be se the same as are used in the with a change of at each It is believed peo ple here will become miich interested in this popular form of Beautiful illustrated songs will be a special the wellknown Hawarden who has been making regular weekly visits here for the past eight and a half has closed his of flee in this city and will devote his entire attention to home which continues to demand more of his time Train ser vice also makes it ratheV Inconveni ent to make the trips at It is possible Peterson may arrange in the future to renew his Akron vis which his friends and patrons hope will be the as he is rec ognized as one of the most success ful and efficient osteopaths In this part of the He expects to still further equip himself soon by taking a postgraduate course at the Still Attention I You are requested to meet in the to hall this at 3 MAGGIE ROHRER THANKSGIVING Few of us are so unfortunate or luckless as to no cause for Thanksgiving this day and during the days of the past It is true that into each life some rain must but we are thankful that it is so arranged that most of days are The people of this community have been bountifully re warded and blessed in nearly all their efforts and It is that we pause this day in a spirit of sincere Thanksgiv not onlyfor what the past has but also for the good the future seems to hold in MARRIED of and Miss Vina of this were married in Sioux City Sunday November at six at the home of their and 1625 of the Bap tist The newly married couple left the same eve ning on the train on a honey moon trip to The mar riage was very quietly only a few intimate friends being This announcement will come as a complete and happy surprise to many friends In this where the bride has lived since She is a daughter of Fred of this For several years she held clerkships in Akrons general stores and made a most enviable record in competence and For the past few years she has held the poj j sitlon of bookkeeper for the Akron Telephone and Cobbs dirug store with equal It will be well within the limits of truth to say that Akron has had no more deserv edly popular young woman than she and none whose daily presence will be more greatly The groom is H clothing merchant at He is a young man of unusual integrity and business acu while his habits and personal ity are such as have gafned for him the unqualified respect and confi dence of that and Lindgren will be at home In Alcester after and it is the unanimous wish of their friends that their life com panionship may be long and replote with mutual helpfulness and happi When you Flour made from the best wheat grown in the Big Sioux River Valley AKRON MILLING COMPANY of and of Sioux been looking up a business location here this itjese expects to open a wallpaper and paint store here He is a painter and pa by i Moving Pictures Allron Opera House Every Friday and Saturday beginning at 8 Special Matinee Saturday ternoon at 3 Entire change of every Being affiliated with the largest film concern in the coun we show only the latest and best General lOc Hear the Beautiful Illustrated Songs   

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