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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - January 25, 1900, Akron, Iowa AKRON VOLUME JANUARY NUMBER 5PECLAL SALE ON UNDERWEAR and SHOES r BURtiESS SMITHS 5 worth sale 5 worth sale 10 worth sale 10 worth sale 40 worth sale 4OC 40 worth sale 10 worth sale AllWool worth sale an Heavy worth sale Mens Heavy Fleeced Under worth sale Mens extra quality Fleeced Undershirts and worth sale Mens AllWool Undershirts and worth sale 230 2QC 40C 8gc IN ORDER CLEANQUP AND HAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING WE WILL GIVE A 25 per DISCOUNT ON ALL ODDS AND ENDS IN Shoes worth 00 per sale Shoes worth per sale Shoes worth per sale 75C 94C Your BUTTER and EGGS will be Taken In Exchange at the Highest Market Price for BURGESS A Doctors Visit is usually followed by a doctors which is followed by a visit our Our name is a synonym in town for filling prescriptions with scrupulous care and using nothing but the purest and freshest and charging a reasonable Meads City Drug r v BIG REDUCTION IN I TOWN flND COUNTRY f J Fred Peterson to Elk Point o business y Reserved seats at Cobbs drug stor W for a White Getyour skates sharpened right Mellon Smith Went to Sioux Citylas returning Seid went to LeMars Kemsen on business of is guest of Prank and Kennedy began the work assessing thetownlast Manor and Will Peacock wer over ironi thecountyueat John tlie LeMars inonumen was a business visitor yesterday Culhaine came over from the county seat on business last Monday of and A of Elk were in town advance agent for 11A White was in town last Felix Lanott and of registered at the House on Grathornemer chant and an Akron visitor Kennedy and of Sioux were of his mother be tween trains Jones came down from yesterday to visit her Paul A who has been working fe in the Register returned to her A Chats worth Mesdames and Harrington departed yesterday on a visit totheir Marshall a firstclass barber from holding first Waldschmitts The Akron Creamery offers 19j pound for butter fat Farm youto bring in your Beck departed our a business trip to Marcus and Kemsen He also visit his parents at the FOB SALE twoseated platform good as Inquire of Use Wheatine Breakfast food cheapest on sale by your We deliver feed AKRON MILLING Some of Akrons ladies are arrang ing a supper in future for the benefit of the Keep youreye out for JohnsonVnew house on the hill east of town is assuming majestic He expects to have it ready for occupancy by from Ro after a ten days Fields drove to Elk Point and met him last McCorkeli has been compelled to remain at home for the past week on account of a severe He is not feeling much improved John Dirks to last He returned accompanied by his wife and who had been visiting her Lyon came up from Sioux City yesterday and removed the lock from the door of Boyson HOBS he combination of which refused to bay mare strayed from my premises one day last Party aking will please inform Henry Sioux Valley Having a surplus of Lamps of all styles and and being very desiious of reducing the you are offered the benefit of from 15 to 3O Discount on the beautiful display to be seen at my Whether in immediate needof a lamp or call and inspect my as it will not be soon that such Lamp Bargains will again be The Drui When Looking for the Root and Dot and went to Sioux City this after Miss Dot will go from there to and again enter the An excellent time is reported at the ound social given by the and Ladles Aid of the Baptist church U the home of Cilley last Friday Unclaimed letters remain in the Akron postoftlce for the week ending an nary 20 for the following persons Wm Henry n calling for same say Yesterdays windstorm occasioned a decideddrop inthe A dust stonn in January is no more rel ished than in and one could get a good taste Agnes Martin and little of Dell are stopping at the home of Martin is a daughter of and formerly resided in Services at the Baptist church next Lords day by Pastor Subject of the mornings discourse Lifes Sublime and Supreme Eve song service and A gentleman named Blomberg ar rived hero from His wife and family came here last fall and reside in the south part of in one of Hills Miss Delia Markwood arrived today from Omaha to visit with and John Shemade her home with them until about five years ago and has numerous friends in Special revival services begin next Sunday at the The of Sioux a noted singer and an able will assist the pastor in the A White Elephant will be put on the stage in Akron just the same as it is played in the larger If you want to see something dont miss this firstclass January The temperance meetings being leld by Alexander Cooper in the church are well He is a forceful and interesting speaker and there is every indication that his efforts will be attended with good The meetings close tomorrow Friday LeMars 24 County Auditor Cistle went to Des Moioes on Tues day having in his custody the ballots cast at the late election to be used in determining the GibsonCottrell con test before the which will come up this Elk Point 24 Until a few days it for granted that Eli Wixon was the oldest set ler now living in Union But such is not the Our oldtime friend and Stephen of is the having located in this county in John who removed to Colorado with his family about a month died last week of He is well known in having formerly worked for His aged mother and reside in the west part of town and his lives on a farm east of The following shipment of stock was made from Akron last Saturday night twocars of cattle and Ogden one car of cattle to James Wintersteen and Hurni one car each of cattle to Sioux Ogden accompanied rbe Chicago and James Vintersteen and Atlee and Robert Beaumont the Sioux City con a Swedish Luther preacher of Sioux arrived lere last He is the gentle man who accompanied the remains of he late of Sioux Val ey to or Franzen departed to day for taking with im one qf the little girls of where a good home has ieen procured for About twentyfive of her friends ssisted Miss Minnie Palm to celebrate he anniversary of her seventeenth irthday last Tuesday The sual games and amusements were mployed to make the occasion a leasant The guests were treated 0 nice refreshments in the shape of ce cream and The young host ss was the recipient of several pretty as tokens of Depot Agent Searls received a visit oday from a quartet of Vice President Assistant General Freight Agent Division Passenger and height Agent Day and Divis on Superintendent of ioux nee that would be made in the depot this The waiting rooms and office will be enlarged and a good sized addition built for freight These im provements arevery desirable and will be Day gave his assur important improvements Etlgington purchased from Fred Searls the tract of land he sold him last and then traded it and his residence King for his farm northeast of Edg ington then sold tho King farm to Fred Hurlbut has disposed of the Gem lunch room to He will go to Westfleld and engage in the barber business and will also assume proprietorship of the AVestlleld Jour which the Register people have been and which also prov ed to be n burden on their The TKIIJUNK wishes Hurlbut a full measure of success in his new under and hopes the good people of Westfield will stand by him loyally in the Elk Point chums the distinction of having as residents old soldiers who draw a larger aggregate amount of pension money than any other city or town in the there being paid out in that town for the above purpose the sum of per j This is accounted for ton certain degree by the fact that First South Dakota cavalry was organized a large per of whom still and also for the reason that many veterans of the civil war came west and located at Elk Point and The UptoDate club met Tuesday evening at the homo of The program was tho best the olub has yet consisting principally of pa pers on the progress and age of in Miss Kundert gave a des cription of the great Chicago drainage canal Palm presented a care fully prepared paper on American in vention Eyland gave a humor ous selection on womans clubs Hv Palm contributed a review of Richard a story of colonial The next meeting of the club will be held at the when the gentlemen members will present the Hugh a brakeman on the who spent several days in Akron last met his death last night at the first sta tion above by falling be tween a box carand flat Both were cut off and many other in juries His home was in Sioux where he leaves a Berry worked on this division occas and in conversation with Agent Searls not long he re marked that he carried life He was about thirty years of age and was very popular with the railroad A TKIBUNE reporter called on who is constructing another corn picking machine in the build ing east of Englishs blacksmith The machine now in course of con struction is the ninth one Batchel ler has each being an improve ment over its The inven tor firmly believes this latter machine will be as near perfect as it is possible to and expects to complete it in two or three Batch eller has received flattering offers for his invention the largest imple ment manufacturing firms inthis The TKIBUNE hopes to be able to give its readers detailed des cription of this important invention in the near The large and increasing circula tion of The Iowa Homestead in thia county is a matter for congratulation to the publishers and to good of all of the papers of its class in the it is easily the best and most Its Special Farmers Institute issued with the regular edition the first week in each has been for years the admiration of all practical Written wholly by they are full of actual experi ence and smell of the We have been fortunate enough this season to secure terms for The Homestead and its Special Farmers Institute together with the Poujtofy Farmer and The Farmers Mutual Insurance Jour four of theinost valuable farm publications in the enables us to offer the four in connection with our own paper for the entire one This is emphatically a good and no farmer in this county should fail to take advantage of the For a large line of thor oughly practical farm reading nothing has ever been offered before that equala A county a farm ti poultry a farm insurance paper and the Special Farmers all for Come in and order
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