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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - March 4, 1909, Akron, Iowa VOLUME MARCH NUMBER 29 Local News Oolngi Comlngi Dolngi Alanson Baker solicits your draying Phone Foley was a passenger to Siou City Monday John Martin will call for or delive your Phone DeLier returned today from E visit with her daughters in Sioux City Johnson went to South Sioux yesterday ti visit Miller thefirst of thii week for a visit iu Colorado with the family of his wifes Qo to Hilliker Son and have you horseshoeing done by an expert shoer Satisfaction fully The wellknown Noble Theater com pany plays a threenight engagemen here next week Friday and The local Woodmen of the World plan to give a big dance in the Akron opera house on the evening of Pat ricks March Martin Smythe will be here about March 5 to again engage in painting and Orders may be left at Smythes harness Folan arrived yesterday from to visit his father John and other He expects to remain several Considering the very bad there wasCa heavy marketing of hogs in the one firm of Wilier Dierksen buying 115 south of town went to Sioux City the first of the week to visit her Lee and take medical west of town visited over Sunday with and Frank near Hawar who soon move to Fred returned yesterday from a visit with relatives at His father was very seriously 111 for a but was improved when he left Neal was called to Monday by the serious illness of his Miss Maggie He has since written home that she passed away a short time before his The balmy weather has brought a flight of wildfowl and the nimrods are brightening up their shooting The birds are flying fast and affording no opportunity for good Peter bartender at Kuborns returned last evening from a few days stay in Sioux where he took treatment for He hopes to be able to secure relief with out being compelled to undergo an Warren and from near stopped here Monday for a few days visit atfjthe home of their brother and They left today for near where Warren will have charge of one of Culhaiues Attorney Struble and County Surveyor Myers were over from LeMars Tuesday taking farther levels and observations to be used in the damage case of Paul Wendt Town of which comes up at the pres ent term of district Stru ble is Weudts the eldest daughter of and who has been very ill with pleurisy the past ten is now making slow but encour aging Her condition was extremely serious for several days and it was necessary to perform a slight operation to remove the pres sure around her Oeorge south of re turned Saturday from a visit at his old Southwest His mother accompanied him on his return and will reside with her sous in this She went to the home of her near Chats Monday to Desist him his wife in wedding an Jf Martin retfflbued Tuesday from a trip to Washington and He visited his mother and brother at and made ide trips to most of the large that Seattle he visited the grounds of the AlaskaYukon ex which opens June and it Is bis oplfou that it will be a sort of a secondclass It rained a great deal of the time he was so that sightseeing did not offer much James Kelly visited relatives in Elk Point Let Martin Smythe do your paper ing and We sell the Calmar on Hilliker and Morse went Sioux City for a brief visit Kent is visiting in Elk her former this and Goodwin visited Sioux City relatives the first of the Pay your for Plymouth or Union at Akron Savings The Ladies Aid will meet with Koch next Wednesday Misses Julia and Alma of Elk visited their and family here County Supervisor of Presto n went from here Saturday to Omaha on Miss Sena Warntjes arrived Monday from to visit the family of her Myron Robert Rasmussen left today for to assist in his broth ers His is Paul Wendt visited relatives in Hudson overnight Tuesday and also attended a Masonic initiatory Gilbert Lewison and west of went to Sioux City Mon day to size up the stock market situ Arthur from west of oaded his car the first of the week or where he will farm he coming season Parties from Omaha bought the old steam laundry outfit that has been in storage here for some It was shipped there last Fetterman and Miss Hat bio southwest of left last Thursday to visit her at and at who has been clerk ng in Marchs drug store the past left today to again take pos session of his claim near North His wife is already The Sioux Falls basketball team unable to come for the game oheduled here with the local team Saturday one of its members laving been injured in a game at Ver million Friday of Sioux occupied he local pulpit tnd Campbell are expected rom Morningside college the last of bis week and he will preach he church has extended a call to a young minister in Indi and he has practically t is expected he will come here about he first of The practical value of the REGISTER BIBONES Want Column is demon trated nearly every In last weeks issue Putnam inserted a Oo local and quickly sold his family milch cow at a satisfactory ther large and have een made and lost and ound articles returned to the right ul owners through this and t very small Try it and become Considerable was promised and ex eoted of The Show a comic pera that last Friday but many were disappointed n some The which the life of comic was de idedly without while the plot as tame and the acting he only redeeming features were the everal catchy chorus which ould have been even better had the ompany been able to employ its leotrioal Only a fair sized udienoe was By the arrival of James last Briday for a visit of bout two weeks with his and other it evelops that Akron was represented the great worldcruise recently ompleted by the United States formerly resided here and ulisted at Sioux City in eing now engaged as a naval black He served three years in the hilipplue When the ig worldfleet left Hampton Roads ourteeu months ago he went on the attleship Alabama to the Pacific oast and on the remainder of the trip e was stationed on the supply ship Tripp can give some very nteresting experience of bis eight ears of service in Uncle Sams ud especially on the of hioh he brings home many souve After remaining here about two eeks Tripp will return to duty t Fortress Fields was in Sioux City an Elk Point on business Ferris and Wil Ross were Sioux City visitors of Ha visitei his brother and family yester Henry the Ruble mer was in Sioux City on business over Michael Gleason went to LeMari Monday on business and to visit rela tives a few Alanson Baker is prepared to your draying haul ing a Phone Chamberlain left Tues day for Des Moines to buy new mill nery goods for the spring Miss Nell went to Harrisburg Monday for a few days visit a the home of George Carl pastor of the loca Christian left Monday for to visit his who is in poor and Tresler and child ren returned last Friday from an ex tended visit in the Black and Des Prestage is loading his car and will go to his claim near Het His wife went there about two weeks Pearl Button came last Friday from her claim near to assist in the household of her sister James Kelley and who have lived west of town several wenl to Elk Point yesterday to make their His mother resides Port returned Saturday rom where she was assisting in the care of her daugh Henry who had seen but is now Miss Marie Simeon had so far re covered from her recent illness as to 36 able to go to Sioux City Sunday to visit J accompanied he return ng who recently re signed as pastor of the Baptist church at was a guest of Ayrault and family Monday and He soon goes east to accept a Having bought the restaurant busi ness of I solicit a share of the public Everything will be kept neat and clean and firstclass meals will be Fred The many friends of and L Martin who have been in Elk Point the past few again welcome them as Akron He will again engage in painting and paperhanging Miss Ella Farnham returned Satur day from Des where she made purchases of the latest and best the markets afford in millinery creations for the spring and summer She made a brief visit at the home of her in Sioux City upon her Weidenfeller has installed a new 3horsepower Dempster gasoline en gine in his meat and Pol northeast of recently bought a engine of the same make to furnish power on his The purchases were made through the local Hilli ker and who recently resigned as pastor is said to have gone to his parents home at taking two of his children there and leaving one with relativesiu His wife is still at the state and no improvement is reported in her There is every reason to believe that highwater conditions in the Big Sioux valley will be more serious this spring thau for several years possibly the worst since the memora ble spring of That spring the ice went out of the river with a grand rush on the 10th day of March and for many days the Big Sioux was spread all over the causing a great deal of As a result of the re cent thaw the river has risen three or our uutil iu now runs nearly evel with the mill From the great amount of snow that has fallen n the north couutrv it would seem that an unusual Hood of water is in evitable withiu a shott unless uore freezing weather while a leavy rain at this time might prove quite disastrous along the rivers It will be well for those liv AKRON COMMERCIAL CLDB ITS ORGANIZATION IS NALIY PERFECTED FI on the bottom lands and timely Meeting of Business Men Tuesday Evening the Constl tutlon and ByLawn Adoptee and Officers of the Akron Com meroial which has been in pro cess of organization since the first o the was finally perfected Tues day evening at a called meeting in tin hall over Metzs harness There was a fair representation of Akron business men At a previous held January the name Akron Commercial Club was chosen and a Martin Beck and named to draft a con stitution to govern the club and re port as soon as At the meeting Tuesday evening Hilliker acted as chairman ant Ray Smith as The com mittee on Constitution and ByLaws presented its which was read by the After considerable the Constitution and By Laws presented by the committee was unanimously A motion prevailed that a commit tee consisting of S Moore and Knudnou be appointed to present to the meeting fifteen names for election as a provisional board of to serve uniil the annual meeting next The following names were presented Boyson Neil Ray The persons whose names were presented were unanimously chosen as the board of An amendment was adopted to article six of the constitution and providing that the two vice secretary and who also constitute the executive out of the board of directors by the members of the A motion prevailed that the meeting proceed to the election of officers to serve until the annual meeting in The following were chosen by acclamation Vice Wooton and The Executive committee was dele gated to begin an active canvass for members to the and Neil Rob Beck and Knudson were appointed as a committee to no tify the newly elected The meeting voted to extend thanks to for the use of the hall for he evening and to Moore for putting the hall in shape for the meet Upon the meeting adjourned until next Tuesday March 9 when the standing committees will be announced and any other necessary Business The stated object of the Club is for commercial and social improvement to promote the extension and increase of the trade and iudus ries of Akron acquire and dissemi nate valuable commercial and eco nomical information to interchange views and secure concerted action up on all matters concerning the welfare of tho town and surrounding using such means as may be best cal culated to protect the interests and ights of its matubers as business men and looking generally oward a commercial development of he city and the protection of its busi ness men and The government of the Club is ested in a board of directors of fifteen from among whom are chosen the two vice presi secretary and the five latter officers to constitute the xeoutive which shall ransaot such business as it deems does not require the action of the oard of Any five members f the outside of the board of may call a special meeting f all members at any time deemed upon written notice or re Any taxpayer of Akron and vicinity uterested iu its growth and progress s eligible to membership in the Club pou siguiug application and pay ment of the annual which in no ase shall be less than three dollars er The executive committee has the lower to appoint the seven standing to take due as follows Manufao PHONE ii ROHRER IOWA LACE CURTAINS We have a beautiful line of White Arabian color Lace Curtains now on The popularpriced goods predominate to per Also have the new styles in Single Curtains and Door A few Odd Curtains at a small HANDKERCHIEFS Ladies AllLinen Handkerchiefs at 5c Childrens School Hand kerchiefs at Ic NEW HATS The new spring line of Hats is nobby things for Young The shapes and colors are de cidedly 1909 See New Hats and Caps tor Children are here in great from 25c to Prices are RUBBERS We sell Hood Rubbers and Rub ber The quality is the the prices are reasonable all sizes on WORK GLOVES Rist Fit and short They are the wearresisting 25e to SHOE BARGAINS Our Shoe Department is full of Women and SGIFWith every pair of School Shoes we give a useful Do not fail to ask for one of NEW GOODS New New Fancy Hair Hair Dress We sell the reliable Bring in your Butter and Eggs and get top prices in either Cash or Streets and Public Parks En ortainment Grievance 3ach committee is to consist of three The regular annual meeting shall be held hereafter on the second Tuesday when officers and direct Drs shall be elected for a yearly While the attendance at the meet ng Tuesday evening was hardly as arge as there was quite a of business firms repre and a spirit of general good eeling was The action here taken may not have been exactly as everybody would have had but a good step was taken in the right direc ion and greater perfection in organi zation may be attained at future meet a start has been made along lines that are favorable to prac iically every business man in Akron and much good cannot fail to come of the Commercial club if all will lend a willing hand whenever opportunity Such organizations are ac complishing much in many towns of mailer size thau Akron and there are lasily apparent many avenues for its general helpfulness To bring he best results there should be a arge membership and the Clubs motto should be writ en iu big It is earnestly de ired that there be a large attendance at next Tuesday evenings with every business interest in the ity if Streets Are In Bad It is doubtful if Akrons streets were ver in worse condition than that of he past The melting of the eep snow has transformed the thor ughfares into seas of slush and and it has been impossible to eep the crossings decently articularly bad is our main business where the sewer trench was put n late last which has sunken iu The trench caved beneath a orse and it became neces ary for the council to have danger lacards posted along the sewer mprovemeut of especially in he business could well claim tteution by the newlyorganized Com mercial club at an early Wilier Dierksen shipped two oars of hogs to the Chicago market Satur tuvers Retail Trade Legislation 22s ROLLAWAY ROLLER RINK is now going every afternoon and evening from until from until Ladies may Skate Free every from until Music Tuesday and Thursday Come out and have a jolly time for either afternoons or You are always welcome with Rink located first door west of Vargasons on Reed LIONEL EUSTACE WILLIAMS Only 5 Days More of Piano Sales and now is your time to get No cheaply constructed Pianos are the celebrated BALDWIN Every important part of these instruments is made by tfie Baldwin which gives a writ ten guarantee with each March 1909 BUTTON ;