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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - December 2, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME DECEMBER NUMBER 16 Local News Doing Try Keane quick Clifton Ogden went to Sioux City on business Buyyour magazines and periodi cals at Cobbs news Hazel Mllnes left Saturday tovisit friends at Call on Waterbury orphone 38 or 163 for automobile was called to Chi cago Sunday by the serious illness of her Miss of Sioux was a Thanksgiving guest at the home of arid George who had vis iting relatives In this left Saturday for his honie South at Miss Lenetta of Rich was a Thanksgiving guest of and Youngstrom and also at the Boyson Ross Waterbury El mer Greenleaf went to Omaha last week for a visit at the home of their and Smith went to the new town of near to mason and cement The town Is making napid growth anc promises to be one of the best in that Nellie of Clinton arrived last Friday to make ah extended visit wltih and Raish and and Frank She is a niece of Raish and a cousin of Miss Esttier Auss came down Keane pay 26c cash for But ter and i See those Pyrography Sets and the handsome Wood Novelties for burn New Dry Lima at Douglass I have a choice 40acre farm for sale at a and Cilley visited relatives in Sioux City over Cobb has a fine line of Pyrography Sets and Wood Npveltles for Call and see our new Winter Goods see prices we can The largest and handsomest line of Post Card Albums ever shown in Ak ron now on display at Boyson Ross and Brady were Sioux City visitors last Thursday and The Baptist Ladles Aid meets with Wintersteen next Wednes day Montagne and Saturday from Canton to complete the term as teacher of the school in District Sioux Valley Union Miss Ellen of Big has been teaching the school brother of Button and publisher of Akrons first the Portlandville back the 70s now in the newspaper business has been seriously ill ofcan cer of the stomach for some arid it is feared he cannot survive Sheppard is pleasantly re membered by many through vis its during recent Kennedy returned last from a severalweeks visit with his son at and his near Lake and Kennedy Is now feeling ex cept that his feet are still troubled with In an endeavor to shake this Kennedy js planning to leave in about weeks for Hot to take a course of treatment at that famous health Stockmen in this section are much in the and Farnham sale of Sixty Head of Scotch and Scotch Topped Shorthorn Cattle 40 females 20 bulls to be held on the Ward one mile northeast of December beginning at The exceptional nigh grade of these offer Ings makes them eagerly The sale will be held in a so that postponement will not be necess ary on account inclement Free lunch served at 11 a returned Monday from a few days visit in Sioux Try some of that delicious Hot Clam and Tomato Doulllon at VaFgascms Photos will be finished promptly or Latest heavy Evar Johnson was down from Al cester last He and his wife recently returned from an expended sojourn in Regular meeting of the Saturday December at Every member is requested to be as there is election of The next theatrical attraction at the opera house comes Saturday eve December The Girl from the which is heralded as one of the good and Lindigren were down from Alcester visiting at the home of her Fred and receiving congratulations of friends upon their recent Albert former con tractor and carpenter was down from last week on bus He sold his residence in the east part of town to Roy who will occupy the See Keane Fruit Grapo Apples and addition to a fine line of Can dies and Prices Give us your Groceries of all Jim Cummings was jailed Tuesday evening for trying to make trouble In Kuborns He served a fifteenday sentence in September for a similar and yesterday in Mayor court he received a or thirty days Marshal Anderson ac companied Cummings to the county jail The RegisterTribunes columns are beginning to fill with holiday adver tising matter and other features will have to take a back seat for a few The indulgence of read ers is asked during this busy period and it Is also suggested that a care ful perusal of the ads may be of con siderable assistance in settling some of the Christmas shopping Remember that holiday goods can not be bought cheaper anywhere than right here in Brady visited in Sioux City last For auto call on Wa or phone 38 or See the new store in First Nation al bank Call on or phone Goodwin for careful auto livery Leave your laundry at Kendall Ho Ida Phone 16 Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and and get firstclass Phone The Akron Creamery wants your milk and Highest prices1 and honest and Wooton visited friends in Ver over Sunday with Gibbons and Redmond went to Sioux City today to visit John Oaskey went to Sioux City yesterday to visit her John Building and Loan payments are now made at Rohrers in stead of at Everything in my Buggy and Sur rey line at reduced Buy now and save and Frank and chil dren Tuesday from a visit of several days with relatives in Sioux Youll enojy aa evening atthe mo tion picture show in the opera Beautiful illustrated Begins at Saturday matinee at 3 Button arrived from Des Moines last Thuisday to visit her pa and John ant other relatives and friends until af ter the Frank east of who has been acting as substitute rail way mail clerk for some has been assigned a regular run between Sioux City and Iowal Private car to Panhandle from Sioux Fine oppor tunity for anybody interested to bine pleasure and Maxson The excellent Thanksgiving dinner and oyster supper by the la dies of the Catholic Tabernacle soci ety in the opera house was liberally There was a large at tendance at the dance in the Hammer has bought Biddlecomes fruit and confection Millinery at at Strobel Five and ten ceilt Holiday Good at Keane was Sioux City o business this Gilbert Ferris came from Hudso today to visit Highest market price paid for Bu ter and at ttte Hauck Farrln will1 hold a claytbir shoot at his south df tow Will Styles over Thanksgiv ing Worn to visit hi ery taking Elmers many pleased to see him again on Akrons business roster and wish him success in the New Goods almost daily at the Hauck Have already bought about worth and am arranging for All bought for cash direct from reliable wholesale I am determined to be able to sup ply my customers with the best goods on the and at rea sonable The Farmers Grain has let the contract to the Claus of Mason forre building its recently burned Material is now on the way atftt building will start in a few It Is expected the work will be complet with anything like favorable wea within six The new ele vator will be one of the best equipped part of the with nu merous improvements over the one v Take your best girl to the moving picture show In the opera house an evening during The moving pictures in the opera louse are now working Every weekday eveningat and Redmond anc and Robert Ross were vis tors in Sioux and Beck and daugh ter were Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Searls in Sioux Falls Just received a carload of the famous Michigan 8obtless said to equal Try it Akron Lumber Co Two hundred pairs of Boys Knee ages 4 to Cliev ots and to val ues at 25c Win north of town returned today from a visit with rel Natives at atad was accompa nied by her Miss Lucile Youll be able to flhd just what you have been wishing for in Post Card Albums in that handsome display at All fine Quality at a wide rangeof nvilss Anna Jenkins resigned her clerkship in the J Hauck store and the first of this week went to Chatswortk to take a similar position in Wells Loren district secretary ot tile Church of Christ for northwest will speak in the Akron Church of Christ Thurs day December All are earnestly innrited tothis Blaine returned Monday from where he been employed for some has He and Frank Montagne were together but the latter went on to Port land to work the barber August who applied for his first papers at Elk has petitioned county district for final citizenship action lupon which will be taken at the April The annual Campfire will be held in the opera house Satur December be at 5 A good enter tainment will be in the eve Those purchasing tickets for supper will be given an entertain ment ticket Without supper admission to program will be fifteen A RegisterTribune reporter was agreeably surprised upon stepping Into Haucks store today to notice the transformation that has taken Things have re arranged and new goods placed on the shelves until it looks an en tirely new Haucfc is de termined that his stock shall be sec ond tp none either appearance or quality and his patrons will surely ap preciate his effort in this ROHRER New Goods Keep Rolling In The newest weaves and shades in Dress Goods New Silks in plain and fancy New all shades and widths another lot of those all silk Ribbbhs at 15c a We buy our Silks and Ribbons from the thus enabling us to get thfe newest and one lot just as good as the previous and the prices we can sell them at putsus in the front rank among our Another lot of S anltas Under wear In Fleeced and Can fl thesmallest child and the man with this famous brand of un Brighton Night cut long and made of the best outing and trimmed Will not fade when put In the These garments come in all sizes for Women and and Ba Every garment is perfection in materials and rices from 60c New Pillow Doi Auto n great Handkerchiefs for from tie ordinary kind to the very ut up in fancy Christmas We never before had such an extensive Prices from 1c and I Fancy Hose for Men and suitable for Holiday Blankets in Cotton and Ours are mostly the extra large at very reasonable Also Com and CloaK Specials During December every Ladles and Childs Cloak at Onefifth Now Is the time to buy these garments and save every fffth MENS AND BOYS CAPS Beautiful line of the newest and best Two big lots of brok en lines of worth up to now go at 50s and Mens and Boys Duck Fan nel Dress Shirts and working goods of all A new lot of Warm Lined If you want to keep your feet try these comfortable Overshoes and splendid assortment in Hood in all l sell Sanitary Wool moth Just the thing for winter Wool is much warmer than Also the Ready Sode Batts and1 the smaller i GROCERIES PANCAKE Prize and Richelieu Maple Syrup in all size pounps 25o 14 IDcan Rutnford Baking Pow des RAISINS bleached and Loose Musoa telsrSeeded1 In don Layer in every kind finest flavors at medium prices Happy 20o lbMellowrioh25olb Bakerlzed 35o prices in quan 3 cans IBc Van Camp Pork and and Special prices for punned fruits and vegetables by the cttse or dozen if you buy in quantities it will pay you to get our prices on these Attorney John of Belle who had been visit rg friends at Vennillibn during the atter part of last stopped here onday for a brief call on his fa and rela tives and He is gaining a very substantial legal business the Black Hills and Knudson enter tained as Thanksgiving guests and as lias been their custom and pleasure for sev eral Love was formerly an official of the rail way at Sioux tout a se ries of recent rapid promotions has risen to the position of assistant gen eral freight agent of that great sys wltd headquarters in He has quite a number of per sonal friends all of whom are glad to see this merited recognition of his Lionel Eustace returned Monday to his studies at the Iowa Business col Des after spending Uie Thanksgiving vacation at He was accompanied there by his grand who will visit her and other relatives Farnham was down Monday from Chats posting bills for the big Shorthorn cattle sale i Ward will hold near there next They have some splendid stuff to and stockmen will Be afforded a fine opportunity to buy or the improvement of their SM HURRAH FOR XMAS HERE WE ARE AGAIN WITH A LARGER AND BETTER SELECTED STOCK THAN EVER OF EVERYTHING FOR CHRISTMAS OUR BIG CHINA ASSORTHENT FOR 25c Hand German and Jap new and artis tic Ladies Hand Bags and Pocket Books from 50c to DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS Big Dolls Little Dolls Kid Dolls Cloth Dolls Rag Dolls Unbreakabe Dolls Dolls that say mama Doll Cabs Doll Beds Doll Furniture DollDishes TOYS TOYS TOYS Steam Engines Spring and Friction Auto mobiles and Cars Etc Xmas Holly Copy Rights full Only full line of fine upto date Back Combs in 50c up to they are Toilet Sets and Fancy goods of every Come early and get first We will lay goods away for you if you We invite an early B BS XMAS STORE Headquarters for Books Wrl   

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