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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - July 1, 1909, Akron, Iowa 22 JULY 1909 NCMBEK46 L6cai News Comlrifl Dotflfi Keep your eye New Mea jewel Gasoline at Klauer Branson Martin will call for or de flyer your and Brady were luiHawurden on business ft equipped to Kinds 01 Plumbing Co I Mesdames Seainands and Raj were Sioux City visitors Mon Green Egg and GoldenDrop Plums in heavy syrup also Apricots The Racket the Chris tlan left Monday to attend convention In Des Lace full three yards in 65c per pair and as The Akron Creamery wants your mlik and Highest prices anc honest Button came from Elk Poinl Monday to assist in the special sale ofpianos at his fathers music store this and March and son visited at the home of her and in Hawar den over Marvin Myersand son arrived yes terday from to join his wife in a visit with relatives and friends Fred Moore has been overfrom LoMars this assisting hie fa check up the business of theAkron Lumber He has also found a little time to renew boyhood acquaintances John Batchelder arrived Monday from for a visit of two months with his and Batchelder j and other rel He has a position in Northern Pacific round house Miss Her of was opr erated upon here Tuesday for ap nendicitis by assist ed by Cilley and The pa tient is being cared for by a Miss of Sioux at the office of Cilley and Is doing B who recently disposed of his business here and will soon move to Colorado with his through the columns of this to thank the people of Akron arid vicinity most cordially for the liberal patronage accorded and the many courtesies and kindnesses ex tended him and his and Eli Tucker were sum moned Saturday from LeMars by the illness of their with an attack of The young woman has been assisting at the George Byrne northeast of during the absence of Byrne at a hospital in Sioux It may be necessary for Miss Tucker to submit to an here has recently been complet ed tho of Akrons two sa loons to comply with the new re quiremeuts of the Martin mulct requiring that thero shall be no rear room of any that all back doors bo permanently This makes it necessary for all goods used in tho business to pass in or out the front while It causes con slderablo inconveniouco to the it makes legal supervision a great deal the entire room being open ng to the floodstage of water fn tho Big Sioux river this the curriers were unable to serve their route patrons until Carrier of Route hit upon a novel He is the only one of the local carriers who delivers mail in an Tuesday ho loaded his little Brush which weighs about onto a couple of and towed it across to the Dakota where he made a successful Yesterday and today he wont across in a boat with the mail with the has covered tho thioo 2 and much to the satisfaction of tho patronsj Ho will continue the trips as long as tho high stago of water prevents crossing by The department does not require carriers to go to this much trouble in the delivery of and when any an extra ef fort of this or any other nature tho patrons should make substantial rec tUe Keep your eye on the New Mea Goodwin visited In Sioux City Perfection a Klauer Swatison Elegant line of from to Efvlnhasi bought His pres residence property of Tre Wall Paints and Painters the right kind at th Have Martin Smythe do your Painting and and ge firstclass Phone Lyman who was a Visitor at the home of her son returned Monday to Vermillion Regular 15c and 20c Wall Pa per values reduced to 6c and at The are yours for the Martin went to Omaha today to make inquiry regarding the where abouts of his who has been missing from his home there for eral Malcolm who is employee a bank at arrived here Saturday for about a weeks va cation and visit with relatives and friends northwest of Cilfey and March last week bought the fine halfsec tion Daniel McKinnon farm in section Westfleld through the agency of Robertson On Wednesday July the Epworth League will give an unique called A Trip Round the Everyone should see Look for announcement in an other The Christian Sunday school will have a patriotic service next Sunday patriotic songs and reclta being added to the regular pro room will be decorated with the national and all who attend will be presentedwith an Am erican The services begin at 10 All are Martin departed Saturday for few where he ms begun suit to recover damages or the flooding of one of his resulting from the damming of a It was necessary to continue he owing to the inability of Martins Fred Sar of Sioux to be present to prosecute the and Chandler ar ived today from Mon where he Is a teacher in the ity high and will make a veeks visit with his mother oth r relatives arid They will hen go to to pend the greater part of their sum mer vacation her handler has just completed six ears of successful service In that but is undecided whether he rill return there the coming A deal was closed last where y Simeon purchased the lakery and confectionery business of taking possession Fri and Miller and son xpeqt to leave Saturday for near where he filed n a and where several of heir relatives and Vliiler have lived here over fifteen ears will take to their new very best wishes for sue ess and happiness from a large clr le of The Fourth will oon be with us with oppor unity this year for celebration of the vent In doubleheader he 3rd and avoid Sunday des While Akron will not cele thero are plenty of other ilaces in this vicinity that offer more r loss flattering inducements for ur people to join with them in mak ng the national eagle and Is likely that a largo majority of ho local population will gladly res Ruble and lawarden will piill off their doings n the while LeMars olds its big first in everal the he great event looms up unusually ig to Young America this In pito of more strict legislation in re ard to tho sale of giant firecrackers nd other dangerous ho casualty list Is sure to be ut parents and others can do much o prevent fatalities or serious Injur es by keeping a little closer watch n the youngsters and by thorough cleaning and removing infection roni any oven to tho slight that may be Keep eye on the New Meal Antoihe Smythe went to Elkr Poin1 on business Bee Supplies of all at Wade and Bradley went to Sioux City on business yesterday cut In Wall Paper on everything under regular 20c at Brown went to Rock Val ley yesterday to do some special vet erlnary Miss Ida Martin visited relatives and friends in Hawarden the latter part of last Misses Ruth and Joy Brady went to yesterday to visit at the home of their The son of liv ing southeast of fell and re broke his arm John Coyle came from Sioux City yesterday to visit relatives and ac quaintances a few The will meet in tho LadiesRest room on Reed on Friday July the returned yesterday from a business trip to Miss Florence Page returned Sat urday from a visit vith Rasmussen at OReilly departed today for Rapid where she will visit at the home of her who has been attend ing the Iowa Business college at Des DROWNING BEING PROBED BROTHER OF DECEASED STARTS AN INVESTIGATION An Effort Will Be Made to Clear Up Peculiar Conditions Surround ing DhoWrtlngrBf Fred Her schler Charles of who was by the drown of his on Wedncs afternoon at Sar gents a few miles west of this decided to irislitute a thorough investigation of thl rather peculiar circumstances to sur round the unfortuiiato mans he went to Elk Point the first of this week and had States Attorney Stickney come up and take a preliminary view I of the This is being followed by other inves tigations that will cover every phase of the The fact that there were certain marks and bruises on Hersch lers face after he was taken from the and also that there was apparently no water in his lungs or other organs are principal grounds for It may be deemed necessary to disinter the remains and conduct a postmortem examination in order to determine beyond any ques tion of doubt as to the exact cause of So much has been said and conjectured that the as well as those present on the fatal fishing are most anxious that all possible question as to the man ner of Herschlers death be definitely It is stated that deceased had been subject to heart and this may have been aggravated by his exertion in swimming the If such were it could easily be determined by an At the inquest held over the remains here last Thursday afternoon by Coroner of Onion in whose jurisdiction the trag a Jui consisting of Johnson and was Coroner Ef liott examined a number of witnesses and presented evidence to the The jury returned a verdict of Ac cidental Herschlers remains were tak en to his home ten miles northwest of here last where the fu neral was held andinter ment made in the Catholic cemetery at UPRISING OF THE BIG SIOUX arrived home Saturday to spend the Cheap Wall cheap you ant afford to look at soiled paper on the walls in the bottom has fallen out of prices at If you need see our fine You dont have to await orders from as we sell from the George Byrne went to Sioux City to remain over Sunday with his wife It is expected she will be able to return home this Becker and and Miss Ruth Brady departetf today for where they will visit Beckers mother and other rela Train service the past week has been seriously interfered with by reason pf washouts at several dif ferent due to the general ex cess of who was called here several weeks ago by the illness of his returned yesterday to his home in His fa her is slightly Miss Helen of Sioux who has been visiting the past six weeks in the arrived here to day to resume instruction of her arge class of piano Neil Robertson and Howard Searls eft yesterday for South Dakota The latter recently sold his arm in Beadle and Is seeking another Wintersteen and child left today for They will visit her and other relatives in that for about six Miss Bezie who is employed in he Chicago arrived Sun lay for a vacation and vlslf with the amily of her and phn northeast of Henning Gassnian was up from Elk olnt this making preparations o move onto the Reeves northwest of where he will re main until the first of the when he takes possession of the farm he eceutly bought of John In hat He expects to move up next providing he can ross the river The Consolidated Adjustment tf has recently taken over totes and pastdue accounts of the ollowlng Akron firms Beck Waterbury and the Register The company makes a busi ness of collecting and eniploys the est collectors money can who vork with the constable and Justice f peace of each Persons vhoso accounts the above firms have isted with this company will do woll j ly hoped for o once and make nents to thereby saving themi A beautiful United States 10 elVes trouble and That by 14 feet in has been purchased he Consolidated Adjustment company by the Plymouth county supervisors business is stiown by the fact and will ho unfurled over the court hat it now here working on house at LeMars for tho first time on hese claims i July Heavy Rains Flood the Low Ruining Thousands of Dollars Worth of Growing With heavy rains falling all of last and with cloudbursts Saturday and Sunday near Harrisburg and Sioux the troublesome Big Sioux river has been on its annual Tune tear this A twofoot rise came Sunday and the wa ter continued to come up rapidly uu il Monday when a stage was only about two inches low er than the high mark of last This has caused the flood ug and ruining of hundreds of acres if line growing crops on the Big Sioux which means a loss of thousands of dollars tp the farm The water has fallen about a oot since Monday and will probably continue to subside but his cannot decrease the damage al done to The grade lorthwest of town is said to again be badly washed as is also approach to the lower so hat there no telling when traffic can be resumed to and from tre Da cota With these deplorable conditions igaln the important ques of straightening the channel of Sargent Big Sioux up for orlous JSUy of an extensivl alley land and aid of this had erence with Attorney 3rlcson n Elk Point regard ing this and he advised calling a onferenco of prominent jossibly at Sioux to outline a lan of special legislation for this Some movement along this ino is anxiously awaited and earncst Hot Weather Merchandise Is in Demand Now Our stock is unusually good to meet this and our usual low prices and here and there some extra good bargains are ready for the consuming Oxfords Oxfords for boys and in the new attractive dull and tan All hose to match the colors in and many other colors from lOc up to 50c per Childrens Dresses White in lace and embroidery from 65c and Colored Dresses from 1 to 14 25c and Underwear Sanitas Underwear means and that is the kind we Can tit the entire family in these choice and our regular stock is supplemented with a large number of Salesmans which is the very cream of the and the prices are so small that the usual price of one garment will purchase almost two of Shirts Mens and boys Soft6oUm Shirts thisis the kind of weather to wear these and Jiave real We sell the Brighton Shirts they are made hi liberal they are cut and the weaves and colors are the prices from 50c to Ladies Waists in black and also big Hue of Wash Waists from 65c and Groceries are all kinds of coffee on the but to get just the right blend and uniform quality at a reasonable are points to Our Mellowrich put up in air tight 1 Ib packages at 25c Ib and Happy same style of package at meets de mand for the medium price Other grades from to 40c Hawkeye Tea does not turn red in the cup it is without doubt the best Tea at 50c Ib many ask 60c for a Tea no Also sell Liptons and other brands of Package and bulk Picnic Goods Big line of these in package and bottle What is more enjoyable than a picnic dinner when all eatables are in sealed packakes and airhave the Special for Saturday 10 bars Beat Em All Soap for 25c with your order for other A Trip Rouitd the World for 25 Cents On Wednesday July between the hours and anyone may have the privi lege of a trip into foreign climes for the small sum of 25 Trains will leave the downtown depot located at Marchs Drug Store every fifteen carrying passengers into the the frozen regions of the the suiiny where loye y dusky maidens will talk with you and offer dainty refreshments after the long journey where pretty Japa nese maids will hand you a cup of tea in the mellow light of an east ern all over the and then home again under tho Stars and where our national songs float on the evening Remember the date Wednesday July between the hours of and Miss Gladys Morse visited friends n Elk latter part last Announcement Having bought the Miller Bakery and Confec tionery and placed everything In neat and attrac tive we Invite the peo ple to call when wishing any thing in the line of CHOICE FRESH FRUITS and SUMMER RE We are mak ing a specialty of HOME MADE BAKERY such CooKies Doughnuts for which were finding a rap idly increasing Let us do your baking this hot We will do our best to SIMEON Successor to MILLEH About Selliag Your Cream To The Old Reliable Hanf ord Produce pay the Highest Market Price for Farmers Produce and the CASH is ready any time you want it Our Tests and Weights are Just call us phone and our cream haul ers will call and get your We sell HawUeye Cream Separators best on the also repairs for We want your business and will treat you Haniord Produce Co ARTHUR AQENT Phone 86 ;