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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - January 4, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                w lOWi JAOTARI 7 i ifVS ON spr F Vf J tN At If o8c y sale 10 CloaUsf sale 10 Cldafe worth sale Heavy worth sale FleecedUnder worth sale Mens Fleeced Undershirts and x Worth sale Undershirts and 23C i 290 4oc 40 sale 40 worth sale 10 worth f sale AllWool worth sale IN ORDERTTO CLEANUP AND HAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING WE WILL GIVE A 25 per DISCOUNT ON ALL ODDS AND ENDS IN Shoes worth per sale Shoes worth per sale Shoes worth per sale BUTTER and EGGS will be Taken In Exchange at the Highest nMarket Price 1 r i f RGESS J t t to Sioux or weeks visit Thenfew was usheredin by real winter thermonujtejs Use xxxx nas orders with AKRON J Bapttet services next lords by Pastor Cry and will be the Spng service and hj by purchased nied 160 s tuwPv will probably of hlis up there the coming v x i x fi A1 Slaughter went Minneapolis on business last Howard McCorkell was a passenger to City returning the following Jones is very ill with a severe attack of The patient is under the care of Richardson and Deputy Sheriff Elmer were ever from the county seat on business last Friday Misses Josie Agnes and Francis Burnight returned Tuesday at Council Miss Margaret Burnight accompanied them to Sioux returning John who formerly re of was here today renewing B will be remembered as having fell put of the open door of an while the train wasgong around the big recoivig serious Miss Grace Look is a guest of her aunt ia Sioux Miss Nettie Hull went Hawarden yesterday to visit her Miss Libbie who has bee attend ing Highland Park arrived home last week on a The club gave a ball at the opera house last evening and an excel lent time is The music was furnished by Coyle and Smith arrived from this afternoon for short visit with his The young man is on his way to where he will study Miss Beatrice of who is well known in was mar ried on New Years day to Darwin of the same The bride is a nieceof and she will have the best wishes of her many Akron Vi Ov v A Doctors Visit by a doctors which is followed by a visit J n 0vtr is a synonym in town for filling prescriptions with purest and freshest and City Drug Store i 1 I 1 t I v the next thirty days we you1 Special Inducements tounload1 ottp fine line of LairtpSi Can you resist our offer of from TO FMfelfife on every one of tKe beautiful Lamps out store Oltr Imodkdown prices cannot duplicated in ask you to i V nnrl aVinTtmn and examine the cofifflC PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST I TOWN AND COUNTRY Master Kennetfi Bryant is reported to be ill with scarlet Miss Kittle Sullivan went to City today on a visit to Johnson returned last Satur day from a business trip to Sioux went to Sioux City yesterday for a short visit with Marshal Gibson is rapidly re overing from his severe attack of Bert of Ire arrived last Friday for n weeks visit at the pme of jCAlanson Baker and the Misses Anna Alta and Elva Ross returned yesterday to the at Vermill our popular young whisker took a tiepass to Ghats worth returning on the blind of Sioux a for mer Akron business and his from were visitors lere Use Wheatine food cheapest on sale by your We deliver feed AKRON MJLLLJCNG Louis of who had been visiting to Sioux City Tuesday to attend Smith enjoyed a visit fcom her Mrs K Millard and her both of Dell Friday until For the best work and prompt serv ice in the line of job call at the TRIBUNE We do superior work because of a superior equipment and the largest is reported that the Cnatsworth Advertiser has suspended Reynolds gave the people ot that town a live but the busi ness of Chatsworth is hardly sufficient to maintain a newspaper in proper The Plymouth Countv Poultry show opened Tuesday at EeMars with a larger better list of entries than ever McCorkells exhibit of Pekin ducks is said to be the finest in the whole He and Whitney are certain to carry oif some of the best J Simeon has purchased the resi dence and three lots of John the consideration being Ruble removes to Lenars about the of he has bought a nice and Simeon will take possession as soon as he John a prominent Sioux City was murdered ia hi8 office on the night of December His head was split open with 9 The perpetrator of the deed has not yet although the believe they nave important clues that may lead to a Iu Woodhury county there been sub scribed the sum of to be used as a reward The newspapers of large oitien are a veritable mine of hints for the local re lip will them carefully and use their contents There are hundreds of apt phrases and trioks of expression which serve to up the advertising and make it There are arguments that the retailer himself would not think All these things material for pe advertiser io study und to use when they are Frank went to Sioux Falls today to visit i Miss Eva Bradley went to Chats worth today tOVifiit Frank Eonney and wife spent New Years day with Sioux City Wesley Smith returned yesterday to his studies at Morningside Sioux Louie Monin and Miss Rey nolds came down Chats worth this afternoon Elmer of ar rived last Saturday for a brief visit at the home of his Hamp Miss Maude Kent came up from Elk Point yesterday to spend the week with her Miss Daisy Water or Elk was a guest at the home of James north of the latter part of last brother of arrived here today from Rock and may make Akron his of Sioux City visited at the home of his G from Tuesday until thisafter Walter McCorkell departed Tuesday for wherehe wilFbe eotne a student in the Western Normal college taking a commercial Ellis accompanied to Morningside Sioux on returning The doctor is highly pleased with the college and its Beresford Republic James Birnie found and bought near Akron last week a 20 monthold sheep which tipped the beam at 262 It was not only but very The remains of late pastor of the Swedish Lutheran church in Valley and who dfed last were shipped to last Mon day for burial beside his Services at the church next conducted by the Morning subject The Attraction of the Crucified Special sermon to the young men in the The young men are especially Town addition harness addition Freeman occupied by to a tenant on the Richardson farm three miles southeast of is reported to have left for parts having become quite heavily involved in His and family still The farm is offered for sale by its owner in another column of this Oscar the young man who lost all the fingers and a portion of his right hand some time and who it was feared last week would be seized with lockjaw as a submitted to a second surgical operation In order to save the young mans Clark and CUley found it neces sary to make an amputation just above the Today the young man is resting mUch easier and the chances of his recovery are now Akron creamery to in form the farmers of this vicinity that it is paying 19J cents per pound for butter This is a liberal but Papritz states that it ia difficult to secure a sufficient quantity of buying the creamery ho made several improvements in haying put to a fine revolving churn and is just completing large Papritz came here to stay and is desirous working up a good but to do this it is necessary lor him to have the coopera tion of the farmers of the surrounding G0OB tE WF0R AKRON List of New Buildings and Improve ments for the Year an Showing Possibly Akron may enced years of more noticeableigrowtji1 than during doubtful1 irK in its history there has been one in whichimprovements havo made that represent more lars and1 No has struck the but1 there hasbeen that steady and substantial growth which is much more The town has also made a goodgain and several agw flnna have started in as follows Racket store jeweler millinery Alfred real estate and insurance Ai Vpn farm implements andhard ware tailor shop Hiiil but barber shop lunch room harness and Yep Had the price of lumber hot so high it is likely several more resi dences have been built and more extensive repairs made 1 Klauer residence and implement warehouse Yon Alfred residence Data Kendal addition to residence Peter repairs resi Anderson icehouse addition to Fullerton Lumber Simepn shed 24QAcre topraye4 1 desire to Dispose of my recently uated 2 J miles s of about with RQods for 1 try to Total Besides the above there have been made other important ments in the shape1 of several I cement a number of s street was one that we can with no small degree   

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