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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Akron, Iowa VOLUME 32 MARCH 1919 NUMBER 32 Local News Qolnif Comlngi Doing Fred Manning visited relatives in Sioux City George Schwidorski was in Sioux City hi business lust niifl Herman Jacobs wore visitors in Sioux City List Miss Delia Kimball Ims takon a position as clerk in Cobbs drug Call on Uin Akron Plumbing to do your plumbing nnd repair Phone Hollo Guy John son and Larson were passengers to Sioux City last Bring your Discs and Plow Work to Hillikcr We five now equipped to handle 2t Perrin nnd visited relatives and friends nt Alccster the latter part of last Glenn Kanago nnd Swen Anderson departed last Friday For a visit with relatives and friends at South and Cookc came from Sioux City Saturday for a in tlie home of and Ted Montagne returned last week from where he had been employed in a barber shop for some lie is now working in a shop in Sioux The rains and warmer weather last brought also the northward Jlight of geese and Local hunt ers were out in but report very little as the birds were wild and flying Wonderful discovery in treatment of Influenza and Over 800 cases treated without If write us for further infor DRUG 322 Edward formerly a bugler in Company C Of the 3lith stationed at Camp was honorably discharged March 14th at Camp Dodge and is now home again with his daughter of and Walter of this The in the Big Sioux which was much thinner than was carried out by the rising waters last Friday The rains last caused the river to rise rapidly and by Saturday the stream was out of its banks and overflowing the bot tom lands in many Communi cation with the Dakota side of the river was cut except by from Saturday until The Hood is now and no fur ther trouble is expected from that source this Try a Want Ad for quick John Roeints visited in Sioux City lust Ililliker was in on business last Hauck was a visitor in Sioux City last Harold Lunde and Miss Jos ephine Jiodcn were Sioux City visit ors last Frank Olson went to Alcester last Friday to look after business af fairs for a few Misses Anne Rasmussen and Esther local were visitors in Sioux City All Akron stores now close prompt ly at i except Wednesdays 9 and Saturdays no tf Nettie Robinson returned to after a visit in the home of her Sadie and of Sioux were guests the lirst of tin week in the home of their and Misses Lucile Mavnli and Margaret teachers in the Sioux City week eml guests in the home of the formers Misses Louise Stolfel and Martha Gava returned Saturday to after a weeks visit in the home of the formers uncle and and and Arthur west of went to Sioux City Tuesday and left there yesterday for to visit her who is quite ill there in the home of her the Sioux City optom will make a special visit at the Kendall next March to accommodate many who could not get in to see him last Fri day on account of the bad Re member special visit and For prompt and satisfactory ser vice in tlie job printing bring your needs to the RegisterTribune Leave your order for letter and note bill pamph wedding Special attention given to bill and poster Last Fridays high wind and show ers was followed in the afternoo i by the first thunder and lightning the and for several days there after it was warm and the song of the robin and lark adding re ality to the approaching change in The sunshine and breezes have been rapidly drying out the sod den which have been in the worst condition for It is con siderably cooler and Stinton visited in Sioux City Eberle was a business visitor in Sioux City Mingus was in Sioux City on business the lirst of lie Kberle and visited Hawarden relatives Misses Stella Burnett and Vera An derson were visitors in Sioux City the first of the Miss Rose of fill was a guest of her Miss Xora I lend Deputy Sheriff Siekler came from LeMars yesterday to look after some business Miss Marguerite Brown went to Sioux City last Friday for a few days visit with Dan Smith and his northwest of were visitors iu Sioux City the first of the and Wohlenberg and baby came from yesterday to visit relatives and Claude who recently took a position as clerk in the visited and friends in Hud the first of the and John Burbeck and children came from Sioux City Tues day He was manager of the Farmers elevator short time re and Nienhuis enjoyed a visit last week from her John of Orange and his John of Replogle has bought the two lots owned by Callaghan on the corner east of the Jenkins res and plans to build a comfort able modern home of who delivered two sermors in the Baptist here has accepted a call to the local Baptist pastorate and will come here to as sume his duties the first of As I have bought the Vance Wise dray I respectfully solicit your and will do my best to give you prompt and efficient Residence Phone or call Akron Lum ber and Mrs Hans Miss Charlotta Eddie and Roy Wilier went to Sioux City visited who underwent an op eration for tumor in a hospital there on Thursday of last Her con dition has since been quite serious at but it is believed she has a fair chance for Her Eddie went down to see her again NOTICE Keeping pace with a readjustment of the cotton we are glad to annoxuice a REDUCTION OF 25c Per Pair on GLOVER OVERALLS 50c Per Suit on LEE UNIONALLS and SHANHOUSE MOTOR SUITS These brands are the best in their Buy them now for less BurrillDouglass The Store of Satisfaction Hilliker was in Sioux City on hiisincss Swift made a business trip to Sioux City Choice homemade for sale by pi Sioux ar rived yesterday for a visit with rela tives and and Pollock visited Saturday in the home their in Sioux Lionel Eustace came from Yank for an overSunday visit with relatives and Large and complete lino of Colum the latest sain at Cohbs Drug Hitzeman and of Sioux visited relatives and friends icre Saturday night and of vis ited relatives and friends here Sat Her was also down from liats worth Thatcher went to Sioux Lity Saturday to his Clarence of who is undergoing treatment in a mspifal in tlie We will pay a straight salary of per week for man or woman with rig o introduce Eureka Poultry Six months East To avoid The First Na tional Bank suggests that Auto Li cense Fees and First Installment of Taxes be paid AVe have some Sioux Valley Liberty Bonds Palm went to Sinux City and visited over Sunday in the liome of her Delia Hise and Miss Rose Her and of also joined them in a In the Sioux City Journal of Sun March tucked away among much other good advice on page four teen we find the following wholesome counsel Patronize your neighbor hood It adds to the wealth of a attracts more popu enhances property is a convenience and an absolute neces Page has given up his plans for erecting a garage south of the Wendt ho will engage in the automobile business in Sioux City with his and Page will hold an auc tion sale of their goods on Saturday afternoon of this week and will soon move to Sioux They are among the pioneer residents of Akron and a wide circle of friends will regret their but wish them suc cess and happiness in their new lo An audience that fairly illed the church listened with wrapt in terest to the splendid address by of and for mer American Sunday eve His years of work in the Chi nese mission lield and his old world university connections have gained him a knowledge and of affairs that till liis address to overflowing with interest and His description of the reception of the Christian religion by the Chinese of both high and low degree was deeply Fulkcrson nan see no true solution of the great differences between nations and no permanent peace league through any channel other than that afforded by the principles and brotherhood of It is plasing to know that Fulkerson may return for an other address in the near Mayor Wooton and his marshals comprised a raiding squad Saturday evening that broke in it pan a poker party in progress a house in the southeast part of The five men home talent and part out placed under arrest and later arraigned iu mayors A plea of guilty resulted in a of and costs to each which made quite a jack pot for tlie city Theie has been a lot of petty Rumb ling going on here for some lime and Mayor Wootou is entitled to public support in his efforts to check tlie vio lation of the which lias been growing altogether too Believ ing that publicity might be of assist ance in stamping it the Uegister Tribune will without mak i ing any publish tlie names of those arrested and lined for this of TluiKi1 who do not wish to get i into the of publicity in this connection do well to tight shy iof such if not for their own for that of their at Clothes Copyricht 1919 Hart Schaffner Mare The waistseam models YOUBE sure to like them es pecially young We can tell that its goim to be the style for young men this sea son puts a little military touch to the thing that makes quite a hit with the coming as well as the fellows who Were showing these popular models in all the style single and vertical and crescent new ideas in lapels and in all the new spring fabrics and If you want the liveliest you 11 ask for these Hart Schaffner Marx Burrill Douglass The borne of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes MEMORIAL FOR OUR SOLDIERS 1 Pertinent Suggestions Made for Fit tingly Honoring Our Boys Who Have Served Their Editor Dear Sir At the timo of the lec ture by Ronald Robertson at the opera previous to the introduction of the speaker I made the statement that at sohie time in the near future Akron would Uike some slep towards i proper and fitting memorial to tlie boys answered their countrys call in the late They are fast return ing and I judge the time for taking some action has I know of no better way to find out the will and sentiments of the people than through the Almost with out every community is now deliberating as to the best plan for permanently doing honor to the In every town there is naturally a va riety of opinion as to the most worthy plan of carrying out this tribute to the At this time also I mentioned sev eral ways in which this is being done at other First A Certilicute of nicely gotten up af suitable for presented in the name of the Second A bronze or steel with the name of all engraved together with engraving of various weapons and utensils of Third That it might only consist of a banquet similar to that which was tendered them when they went 1 wish now to advance still one more plan and see what reception it will re I wish we with your con receive a number of suggestions or criticisms through the columns of the The day of the muible or granite monu ment for such things is In the thought now is running more and more to the useful as well as the Could Akron at this time build a City Hall Call it Memorial Victory Hall or some other suit able in which one room could be set aside as a memorial room and here have brunxc or steel tablet men tioned and a number of relics and which the boys are bringing back and which many will be glad to contribute to a museum under such Does it sound ton big Can it be done 1 have lired tlie firm I will wait for the report as to the result of the Regarding the comments requested ori the above important the RegisterTribune gladly opens wide Its columns for a full and free discussion of the We owe it to ur fighting men to show them some sort of fitting However the above suggestions appeal to or if you have any oilier let us hear of them at Road the Want Ad you may find what you are looking Prank Tnuitt and Matie Kelly relatives and friends in WHEAT FOR We have and still exchang ing Hour for good wheat and a limited quantity and Direct sales are MIILIOU MILLING 322 All accounts yet due me can be paid lo Miaa Anna Jenkins at the Please at Buy War Savings Your Familys Welfare depends upon your ability to SAVE more than upon your ability to When trouble or adversity comes up on what you have earned does not is what you have saved and have on hand for immediate use that is all Saving money and planning for the future go hand in You owe it to those dependent upon you to lay aside every available penny for that rainy day that is bound to come to us There is no better time to start than right Akron Savings Bank
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