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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - January 18, 1900, Akron, Iowa w iVi tt JAN0AM MMBMl BLANKETSy SMITH t i v 5 worth sale J VCldaksi sale sale 10 worth sale Mens Heavy worth sale Mens Heavy Fleeced Under worth sale Mens extra quality Fleeced Undershirts and worth sale Mens AllWool Undershirts and worth 23C 2QC 40C 8gc 40 worth sale 40 worth sale 10 worth sale AllWool worth sale 40G IN CLEANQUP AND HAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING WE WILL GIVE A as per DISCOUNT ON ALL ODDS AND ENDS IN Shoes worth per sale Shoes worth per sale Shoes worth per sale Your BUTTER and EGGS will be Taken In Exchange at the Highest Market Price for wyt A Doetoirs Visit I is usually followed by a which is followed by a visit to our r Our name is a synonym in town for filling prescriptions with scrupulous II care and using but the purest and freshest and charging a reasonable City Drug REBWC1IQNJN Haying a svurplus of Lamps of all styles and and bejng very desirous of yoware Benefit of from to 3iO on display to be seen at my WhetiherJn of a lamp or and inspect my as it will not be soon that suchXamp Bargains will f THe V When Looking for the TOW AND Relfsnyder went to Alcester to was1 a passenger to Ha waraeir Returned today from Sioux ParsbnSj of Ireton in town Just Dbflotfjfrtiito the bridge mass meetiogfattno opera house next Alon lit beetf ill this week with an attack of He is mucH improved Mesdatns Way and Geiger and children were guests at the Sayles ifl last Frank enjoyed a visit frottijher Robert of Fox holme from Saturday until Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKHON MILLING was received here by telephone today that the wife of of is Her life had been despaired of for several Special revival meetings will begin ns the church on Sunday January These meetings will con tinue a couple of and possibly Regular Sunday morning services at the Preaching by the Subject The GreatQuestion Lecturer Alexander Cooper will speak in the evening Slaughter to last where he is visiting us mother and attending to matters n connection with the family Ele is expected to return sometime next Services at the Baptist next Lords as In the morning Pastor Joneswillt preach Ministry of Song in the ChurchMili tant and Evening Song seryice and the 12yearold daughter of Easton and has been critir cally ill with neuralgia of thestomach during the past Fot several days it has been struggle between but thereisa slight im provement Last week the mill received from two different firms an immenseorder tor aggregating nearly half a nillion or about 250 Lbe mill is doing a very satisfactory Business and its patronage inconstanc It is Akrons strongest commercial and we are all proud of rSFor this time of year it a remark able but blades of green grass may actually be seen springing up through the dead growth of last sea and in some places it is growing quite thick and It would not be surprising should our farmers be able to plant wheat in the month of February this as such a thing has leretofore The Cedar Rapids Gazette says of Alexander Cooper As a Alexander Cooper is both logical and handling his subject in a nasterly and fortifying his which neither can be gain sayed or He in the estimation of the peer of Francis both as a speaker and Hear next week in See notice LeMars 16 The mass meet rig Hollandersand Boer sympa at Orange passed resolutions sympathy which were sent to President Senators Gear and Allison and mem of Iowa Zink addressed the A project is on foot to similar meeting in to be addressed by John of Sioux The social by the Royal Neighbors at the home of Petera on was a very successful and enjoyable The contest of guessing at the number of aked beans in a dish furnished Geiger was winner of the guessing the actual number being She received the dish of beans as a prize and proceeded to share them with the other The realized something over from the we flre Ooino Out 01 Business andin order to1 reduce the stock and to obtain money we will sacrifice the goods in all UNTIL mm we will give Ihe people of Akron a chance to buy goads for less than they can ever get If you need anything in the line DRESS UNDERWEAR or GROCERIES give us a A glance at the following prices will convince you that we can save you money We Will Give a 35 per DISCOUNT on all Dress Indigo Blue value our price Dark our price Light Shirting value our price Double Fold value price Double Fold value our price Sefz Lady Elgin value our our price K1QS tlT O11 Oli VP i i out price Liberty Bell School Shoesi 8 to value Liberty Bell School 11 to value Liberty Bell School 1 to 3 our our Mens Work value our price Ladies Fleeced value our Ladies Fleeced Vests and value our price Mens Heavy Fleeced value our price Mens Winter value our price BARGAINS ill Ladies Clodkb and Mens Clothing and Mens Q 10 ft Oatmeal 25c 5 pkg Starch 25c 4 cans Lye 25c per Hi 4 Ib Rice 25c 1 pail Sugar Drips 2 can Sugar Drips 55c TOBACCO Standard IK 35c Battle 35c Quantity and 30c LIND v 1 Farmers are hauling considerable hay these flue Ruble was a county seat visitor last Monday and to John Melcher and on January a Simon Vargaaon and family inoved ills to the vicinity of Every citizen with the welfare of Akron at heart should attend the bridge maw meeting at the opera house next Monday Andrew a farmer living near Union county uicideon Monday of last week while n a decuented He was discovered by his sou hanging to a in the Wilier returned from Cllley placed a fine new roll desk in bis ofllce v JfJ Kennedy went ty Elk Point this afternoon to visit YjXlia at bsud winter OR coal1 but poorer peonlftjare standing it pretty Joseph who has guestatthe of Dan for the past returned to his home change occurred in thebarber business of Hitzeman and Adam Walsmitn purchased Hammers The heretofore existing firm of Hurlbttt Hiteeman hasbeea
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