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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - December 30, 1909, Akron, Iowa                                DECEMBER NUMBER 20 Local News Ddlrtgi Give Keane that order today See Ole Lawrences dry fb sale ad in another Complete line of groceries of bes quality at Keane us trial Vargason and Wayne tot A visit at hid ol home Several important business change are scheduled to take place in Ai rOn about the f if tit the Akron Creamery wants you milk and cream Highest prices an honest and Hanry o Sioux visited his mother an other relatives here the first of th Frederickson returned Thurs day of last week from a visit witi her Garland ii Miss Clara of made a brief visit with R Goodwin and other friends here th middle of last Si Blanche Watefbury came U from Sioux City Saturday for abou a weeks visit with her children a the Waterbury Obergcame from Sioux Citj last week for a brief visit with his They had not met before in many years We are exclusive agents for Mam ma and Buster Brown Bread Our Bakery goods always and wil deliver any quantity Keane nephew of and who has been working in this vicinity fo some departed today for hi Walter who is a telegraph operator at arrivee Christmas day for a vacation ara visit at the home of his Mr and Mellen returned last Friday from Illteoterwhere was called by the illness of her who away last week She has the sympathy of many friends Sioux City papers last Thursday an nounced the marriage of Miss Petra and Ellis Gorn of Sioux a daugh ter of west of town a charming and accomplished young first car of material for the new farmers yester and several ijJgreKaire on the The workmen here and constrUctipnf wilil soon be under full The lecture by Frank Ed of Minnesota on The Science of at the opera house on Tuesday evening of last proved pleasing to a goodsized It was the second number on the Lec Miss Ethelyn niece of and quite well known was married December 22 at the home of her and Gilbert of George who is em ployed in a Monday for Hot where he take a course of treatment that will probably extend through the wlnter His friends hope he will derive per manent Readers of this pa per vmay look ifor one of Ken nedys alwaysinteresting letters in a short and Smith and chit northwest departed Monday for about a months visit in the New England states will first in Boston and visit relatlVes at Portland and in has not vis ited her old home in Maine since she was a little Mllo Mills and children ar last and Mills came Monday with their ear of goods from where they moved spring from Westfield They will now make Akron their and will find a cordial recep tlon from many friends In this lo welcome their They did not find things i to their liking In that sectiooi of the Mills will engage In business Pleasant preaiuptlal showers have been held week complimentary to Miss Tuesday evening a whatnot shower was held at the home of her N and yesterday af ter noon a nicnac at home of Harold whom MissDouglass New Years arrived yestef day from EHendafo his amd hey James carne frbni the same place Hudson Hudsprilte MissFlorence Watevbury came1 up from Akron and is assisting her the holiday rush in Andrews Wonder Miss Waterbury is one of the successful teachersof Gregory where she homesteaded a fine tlaUu some five years She re sold the farm for her jbei selling the three quarter sec fls rtllHt he owned out there for a tlar Miss Waterbury has many good friends in Hudson who Bea Try Keane Quality Grocery Satisfaction vis ited relatives In VermilliOnY this week Waterbury left MoMay tc Join his wife in a visit with relative at New Have Martin Smythe do you Painting and and ge firstclass Phone Card and west o went to Suik Polnt Tuesday to attend the wedding of his Miss Abbie Miss May Wintresteeri came Moh day from to join in a visit with Ladies and have cloth ing cleaned andpressed at the Ak ron over First National Room and George Gordon and of are vis itbrs this week at the home of her and Button left Tuesday for iher home and was accompanied by her J and her Perry who will visit The local Star and Ma sonic lodges will hoid joint installa tion of officers Friday Jan uary The customary fine Banquet will follow the Port and1 family arrived the part of last week from near S where he has been farm They will remain until he de cides on south of who recently returned from an ex pended visit with relatives in Onta went to Sioux City Mon day to visit the family of her daugh Lee Eugene of and his of isited here the first of the week at the home of their Edith and at the home of heir at West fire alarm was turned in Christ nas noon from the James Cronin res dence in the south part of Af er the hose cart had been nauled there behind Rhodes it was found that the alarm was somebody having mistak en steam arising from snow on the oof There has Just been incorporated in Sioux City the ArtieCreamery with capitalization of Its head Sibux a general The incorporatprs are former AkrOn Mellen and Fred who will act as directors company until the first A few relatives and friends of Robinson gave her a very leasant surprise at tier home Christ mas wasen aged in another part of the house hey came quietly into ar anged and lighted a Christmas nd then called The sur rise was Robin ons health does permit her to et out and the thoughtfulness f her friends upon this occasion was ndeed We wish to thank the people of Largely Home gatherings People Who Camp and Twentyfive cents cash for butter CHRISTMAS IN AKRON Try the Akron Panatorium for Exercises in Churches Christmas Eve cleaning arid Roozn over First Phone Akron has the Grape Fruit Finest fruit for at Keane I lias come and Try some of that delicious Hot leaving a iioou pieanant anu I CJam and Tomat joyous Hie unusual shop Bouillon at Vargasons pmg rumi just the day Harry who had been a slsting his west o returned last Thursday to h home at One reason Worniite is so effec tve hog worms is thatit is a filler in Sol by the Note the display ad elsewhere i this issue of Joe Dealys Stock an Farm a half mile south o January The well known and clever Chi Perkins will present the new an spamling society Lead ing in the Akron opera hous January The fact that the Akron Saving Bank is owned and controlled b wellknown local business men is on of many reasons you should have ai account who is a salesmai for the Jenkins Sons Musi ot stopped her yesterday for a brief visit with reia ives and The Johnson home was re eased from scarlet fever quarantine Their youngest daughte lad a severe attack of the malady No other cases are reported Is your money working for you Are yon Insured aigainst hard luclc o lard times1 Now is the time to save part of your Deposit it a nterest In the Akron Savings Bank Louis Christensen arrived Thoirs day of last from Ne where he lias been husking He expects later to leave foi where he worked tne past season for I wish to express my appreciation of the splendid Christmas patronage ecelvad at my also for al past Hoping that our future elations may be equally pleasant wish all a Happy New F Early risers on Christmas morning vere privileged to view the phenomena of moon And a ittle later on it was easy to observe hat the sun was accompanied on its ally journey by some goodsizet Ucron and vicinity for their liberal atronage during the Christmas hoi We feel that our store should e complimented for the excellent lin f eatables carried at that and tie amount of sales has con inced us that our efforts have been strive to please ou in every respect on all future giving each order our per onal Our motto is On New Years day the members f the local Womans Relief corps nd with their fam will participate in a six oclock to be held in Masonic he ladies are requestedto bring efreshmehts for the Fol owing the spread there will be iu tailatlon of the newjyelected offic rs of the coips and the monies to be in of to the inner the hold a business beginning at new pastor of the hurch of and hiswife ar yed here Wednesday of last week hd are residJng in rooms in the larkOilley Pie delivered his litial sermons Sunday and made The Invariable result of hese phenomena was considerably colder The prize Winchester repeating vaUned at oa display the window of the KlauerSwanson furniture was stol sometime between noon and four 6ciocK on Wednesday afternoon oi last week Trade was brisk and everybody was busy elsewhere in the giving the thief good chance to make ari easy getaway There is no clue to the thief or the stolen of con of burglarizing the Blum res idence here last was given one more chance to considering his by Judge Mould in decid ing his case last tenyear penitentiary sentence was placed over his but was suspended during good Hendricks will be required to make periodical reports to the county attorney as to his whereabouts and The leni ency of the court in this case is generally Last weeks Hawarden Independent tells of the misfortune that came to former residents of this as follows The home of and Jphn on the north was destroyed by fire at an early hour Tuesday Bryson arose abgut six oclock and started a fire in the kitchen A short time after that the house was discovered on fire and it had gained such head way that it was impossible to save Bryson turned his efforts to saving the furniture and Most of the furniture was but little of the clothing was The fire is thought to have caught from a defective The loss at this season of the year falls quite heavily upon and The postoffice department is mak ing a special effortto induce rural route patrons to abandon the ery favorable upon histlce oj depositing pennies in boxes former home pa1 for especially during cold Rock Iowa In most instances pennies are deposlted loose in the re sulting in needless hardship and suf fering to carriers in cold in addition to delaying the delivery and aid upon their departure nd left for heir hew home at the rst of the and lampton have accomplished a great collectloll of mail Not infrequently vork In this place during their stay I tne practice results in actual loss to nd their many friends wish them if they happen to drop in their new field coina itl tho snow or on the ground without are re Announcement lias been received quired to make good the amount out ere of the marriage of Bert of their private Patrons of of Miss the routes can easily remedy this he happy took place Chrlst day at the home of his brother difficulty by buying their stamp sup plies in by providing their box with a suitable coinholding re plug riwii jusi urought to our dealers ana coiisacment nappiness to tnoss who uestoweu and received the giit ihe light snowfall lri day aaemoon anil tne cuiu wave on UUrisuuus uay auded tuu nooessury touch ot oicitluie reiLiiHiiiTiiere was notuing iiiBuorOaiit in uio enure hol iday and lew were the hearts auu lianas into which did not come a realizing sense ot the true Onristuias spirit and a large meas ure of good There was tlie customary large at tendance at tne exerciHes in tne va rious churches Ghrisuiias eve the childrens Tne fully j appropriate to tho were re piete with interest auu enjoyment to young anu Hut particularly pleas Ing to the youthtul hearts was the bountiful dispensation or good things oy tueir old Kauta arterwarus put in a veiy busy night filling uie BtocKings of this commun All reports go to snow that he did his wont faithfully ana There numerous nappy home gathevlngs and family For outdoor amusement there was skat ing on the rnmpoiid and fine sleigh The RegisterTribune scribe lias endeavored to Iteep tao on the people vho came here to inuKe a Holiday visit witii relatives or friends i and tnose wiio went eiuewhere for the same though undoubtedly a ew have observation in the glausoine Follow ng are those who came and whom they came to visit anci Neal and child from with his pa auu and other and Beliord Happy New Year to from near with his and James north of and other and from led at the home of their and Fred Beau and Groves and Miss of at the home of their daughter and of with the family of her daugh Mr and from with her and other Misses Marga and Madeline Eyland rOm with their and By The former is an instructor in the Horicon high school and her sis er is a student Henry Tripp and family and Dave of with heir K aiid oth er aind from Sioux at the home of their and of Mil with their parents and ither Miss Minnie from Mason with her from Charles with the family of her Fred Roy and Ray from Willow with the family of their Fred and other and Wesley of with the family of his anci at the homes of her ami her aind Moore aind with the family of his and Hugh from the hcme oi his aind Glair Biddlecome and of Sioux with his and t the home of his Miss Bessie from Cedar with the family of her and and from with the family of their Miss Kate from Sioux at the home her and Mesdames Wood ud and f Sioux at the home of the adies and north of and of Ha aiid and f with their and rest of and Mike from ioux witli her and and ther west of and Henry Agiies and Miss from with the family of his As we come to the close of the year we note that our business has made marked ait previous years sale record have been We thank you for your part in helping us to We have tried to make sale a mutual bene fit to buyer and We expect to keep on increased floor space and consequently increased and the constant aim of better selling highclass merchandise at reasonable prices and guaranteeing every back if not satis be growing Again thanking you for your patronage arid wish ing you all a Happy and Prosperous New We are Sincerely yours for mutual helpfulness Baker The or oven placing the coinsj an oldtime Akron and Is a Jinan From a recent count1 onof David formerly ofthis made by rural carriers in ono of and Anna of The young couple met j thecounties in New York of coins at the home of their htle he was attending the Normal deposited by natrons in their boxes John bllege at and last sumi for the purchase of stamp and Frank from tor election of officers iuul transac er they made a brief visit was found that eacj carrier in Oxford with their jtlou ot other important ROHRER aiid with her mother John from Sioux at the home of ihis Miss Murel instructor in the university at at the home of her and Boyson Students coming home for the hol iday vacation were Em met Cilley and Rex from the university at Verinillion Sherman from the State Agricultural Lawrence from the State at Ce dar Iowa Victor Hays and Earl from Morningside col Sioux City Will from the National Business Sioux City Lionel Eustace and Ben from Iowa Business at Des Those going elsewhere for holiday visiting were Miss Flora to Sioux to see her Mohr and family with rela tives at Wall and Goodwin at the home of his parents Sioux Miss Katie Zimmerman to her home at Sargeant Insane Woman Kills Her The shocking news came here yes terday morningthat Jens seven miles northwest of this on the old Blomdln in a fit of had strangled her 3monthold States Attorney of Union was up from Elk Point yesterday investi gating the and will see that proper steps are taken for the de tention ot the afflicted It is reported Jenssen has no real ization of the awful deed and Jenssen were mar ried a year ago last and she is said to have acted queerly at certain periods for quite a Shattuck Goes to who lived in Ak ron several years ago and later lo cated in Elk has finally land ed in a federal as explained by the following article fromlast weeks Elk Point Leader Shattuck notified the United States marshal at Sioux Falls last week that he was in Omaha and if they wanted him they could get him The marshal went down and a rural mail carrier on route six Miss Farwel to her home in tuis He was sentenced to George Richmond with her parents at Miss Stella Burnett the homes of her at and her Pe near Lake Smythe and family with rela tives in Elk and Frank and chil dren with relatives in Sioux Waterbury and family with Hudson and March and chil dren at the home of her parents in and Martin Smythe in Elk with and Douglass and daughter at tho home oi her yaronts in and Palm and children with the family of their in Notice of Annual The annual meeting of sharehold ers of the farmers Grain of Ak will be held January at a lu a term of eighteen months in the brought him Sioux and Wednesday of last he plead guilty inUnited States court to an indictment charging him with embez zling trust funds which had been committed to his care while he was federal penitentiary at Leaven and was taken to prison Tuesday to begin his Shat tuck left here the afternoon of January of this deserting his wife and children and taking his sisterinlaw with After he left it was found that he had kept mon ey given him to pay debts by some of the patrons on his and the postoffice department has beeni after him ever His oftenue sur prised the people of this as he had always been honest and a good worker and had many Notice to All persons knowing themselves in debted to me are requested to call on or before January 1910 and make settlement by cash or bank able otherwise it will be nec essary to place the accounts forcol This becomes nee essary because the repeated sending of statements has brought no Smith is of schools at j tho county was collecting an and where he andago of 115 onecent coins each and of Col brldb will at once begin homeJThia average applied to all the at tho home of their uuclo Many friends hero unite in ral routes in operation throughout and and congratulations and wishes the country would give the hrJsty find llow JOHN r longcontinued happiness to awlymarrled Notice to All outstanding accounts diu mo for over thirty days must be settled this mous weekly total of about Harry and of Sioux by cash or note by January 000 oaecent at the home of her VON Dont Forget The Haucks still have a large and de sirable stock of goods for sale and more arriving almost We want to sell We bought them to sell Would even exchange for butter and eggs or would exchange some of them for oats or Have no objection to part or all cash for few hundred dollars At any come and see shake get warm and all the goods you We want to see HA U   

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