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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - February 1, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                VjvV Lvf jj i i IJH n i i BON TRIBU FEBRUARY NUMBER 25 HOUSE SPECIAL SALE ON UNDEkWEAR and SHOES KlTPfiFs 1 11 t 5 worth sale Q worth sale 150 10 worth sale N 10 worth sale tt j Mens Heavy worth sale Mens Heavy Fleeced Under worth sale Mens extra quality Fleeced Undershirts and worth sale Mens AllWool Undershirts and worth 2QC 40C 8QC 40 worth sale 4OC 40 worth sale 10 worth sale AllWool worth sale IN ORDER TO CLEAN UP AND HAKE FOR OUR SPRING WE WILL GIVE A 23 per DISCOUNT ON ALL ODDS AND ENDS IN Shoes worth per sale h Shoes worth per sale price Shoes worth per sale I Your and will be Taken In Exchange at the Highest Market Price folr Goods i OUR LINE OF WALL PAPER HAS ALREADY ARRIVED You are to call and inspect Double Rolls of the HANDSOMEST DESIGNS that were ever shown in i Prices range from Cents per Double Roll to as fine and expensive as anyone could All our paper is of good quality and the bargains only await your early Meads City Drug Looking for the 1 Team Takesa Lively Last Tqeeday Herman Hitzeradn drove team of blaqH horses to Gardeners qf forge tying ope of the went ipta driver was inside ttw horse pulled baqk and broke the hitohiPg The which was hitched to a ran turning sqMh at Franks They thenturned into the alley and ran at a breakneck of teavns hauling iqa to the houses in the rear of the they continued ftigbt ftilroad c4 Swerving just in time to avoid dashing fK tRtp 8 flelghtf hoiwjB ngain turned wrecking the wagon on ii cornerof Moore Uuiiber after which the was One of the horses fell during the run und appeared to be badly Veterinarian was called and found the animalsJeft hip bone brok The injury wus so serious that it was necessary U shoot the Router valued aqimal at Much Corn Here is a subject the farmers gener ally are interested In the fall of 1893 an experiment was by at the Jowa experiment to ascertain the atriount of moisture contained in A crib was constructed upon the platform of a pair of tho scales no strutted that an exact register of the weight could be Seven thousand pounds of corn was husked and placed In crib October The orib WHS 13J feet faog by feet The corn was then weighed once a for a Owing the first three months the loss was 630 or 9 per qf the original and during the next three from January 19 tq April the loss was 390 or 5 of the original vOurlng the next three months the loss wus 160 The loss during the full year wus totfll of more than 20 per This meansthat a bushel of 8Q pounds when like wlU weigh pounds at the of j CONCERT Given ty Miss Bessie Supported by and Miss Marion Haiti Eve l Admission and I TOtfN AND COUNTRY I Noble Went to Get your skates sharpened right at Mellen Bros Fields was a Ha warden busi ness visitor Afresh ones in any quan at Ogden returned from Sioux City today with a4 carload of young Peter of Sioux was here the first of this week with a view of leasing the Cottage FOB SALE CHKAP A twoseated platform Practically good as A positive bargain Inquire of Jcfties returned yesterday to her home at after a pleasant visit with her Paul Senator of this has introduced a bill in the senate to make it a misdemeanor to practice Jaw un less regularly MONEY to loan 5Jper ten years with privilege of paying any amount at any time after the first HJUUPTON 254 a Sioux City liquor pedr had while on a collecting tour over in His wagon was considerably A bay from my premises oneday last Party taking animal up will please inform Henry Sioux Valley Akron Milling company states that the Elk Point hour and feed dealer who took de parture last did not leave them in the as mentioned in press lames Mellen has through the firm of Smith the fine 175acre farm of four miles southwest of in The price paid was or per Kennedy and little of Dell who bad visiting her sister at Emmets arrived in Akron last Mon day and visited relatives and friends when they returned v occurred in LeMars yesterday the marriage of John Tullis and Miss Ida the ceremony being per1 by Justice bride is a daughter of of Johnson and a sister of of The groom is a prosperous young farmer residing four miles northeast of where they will make their Miss Christine who has been stopping here with her jf for some time depart ed loday for Sao After a brief visit there her brother she goes to Des Moines to enter the Capital City Commercial college and will take a course in bookkeeping ancl The many friends she has made here will to attend her future vv Saturday afternoon re aly cold wave of the winter struck but was of days has on the since last Sunday and the following are his Taken at 7 Sunday 20 below zero Monday 15 above Tuesday 11 below Wednes day 14 below Thursday 14 The above Indi cates a very spasmodic action of the but todays weather seems to fortell another spell of mild Ernest Plathj of was in town Chamberlin sells fresh Oysters in any desired Percy Marsh of was a Sunday visitor in v Service for men only at ill churchy next at L Chamberlin wentto Sioux City today for a brief visit with rela Attend the Bessie Scott violin con cert at the opera house next Wednes day February Gearhart and Louis Moen of were transacting business here the first of this of Hawar was a guest at the home of her on Monday and George Kprsteln has purchased the blacksmith shop Albert Von HageLj He is firstclass workman and will begin operations in atfout two The cold weather of the past week put the ice in much better condition and the work of cutting rapidly Nearly all the ice houses have been who has been an em ploye of the Fullerton Lumber com pany was called to the head office at Sioux City last Saturday and has been assigned a situation at Van of Sioux repre seriting the Ancient Order of United has been working here for several days past in an effort to obtain sufficient members to organize alodge of that and is meeting with favor able remainder of Lind stock of goods is being hauled to Ha warden With six general stores in a town of Akrons there is strong competition and apt to be narrow mar gins of The withdrawal of one store will no doubt result in easier sleddinfor the remaining Wssr Bessie a young and talented a Max Ben needs no lengthy having toured the eastern and central for herself a reputation she might well be proud of She needs only to be heard to elicit praisefrom press and Akron opera Wednesday February 7th 15 and notices that several of its county exchanges have published a paid local taken from these to the effect that the Akron creamery offers 19J cents per pound for butter The TRIBUNE has no to their using such matter and the pror prietor of the creamery certainly will not complain of the extended circula tion the item has It pays to advertise in the LeMars Sentinel Attorney T Martin and Kistle left for Des Moines on Wednesday to be present at the Gibson Cottrell which came up before the committee appointed by the house of representatives yesterday Wednes Martin repre sents Gibson in the contest and Auditor Kistle has charge of the Plymouth county ballots which will be counted by the saidtbe contest would take several probably four or five judg ing from procedure in similar Gears auction held was a and sized crowd was in A few days before the sale Gear stated to Auctioneer Agnes that he would feel well satisfied if be realized The day of the sale Gear decided not to three of the best horses notwithstand ing this the auctioneer succeeded in getting as of the heifers averaged sell ing at per calves not brqught as high as Hogs also sold at excellent Agnes cries sales at absolutely uniform prices and never fails to give em ployer good as is exemplified by the excellent satisfaction he haa given at every sale he conducted by him this On the same day as the sale occured the Reemts In Da with Jerry Tooiney as In spite of his vaunted eloquenc and the sale was not a signal success the proprietor being about the only one tp do any Parties who con template having sales can draw their own conclusion fioni the Horses for Inquire of Si Fresh oysters in any quantity at Chain Smiley was over from the county seat Palmer Helmer was passenger1 to Sioux City lasfr Schools at Dell were closed last week because of the pre valence of scarlet Sheriff Elmer Herron and John of were visitors in Akron last HarryjFields returned today from a trip to various Iowa points in the in terests of the Akron Milling Eugene Martin shipped his house hold goods to where he will work in his brothers hardware The Uptodate club meets at the Den next Wednesday evening in stead of Tuesday as The gentlemen members render the x A meeting willlbe held next Mon day evfiningi at nine at the to make arrange for a Everyone interested urged to beapres Akrons implement dealers are wale ing preparations for a big spring Each firm carries a large and complete and a few more weeks will see them busily in attending to the farmers a Plymouth county was awarded first prize in theora contest at the state Iowa among a class of He is a law student and formerly att ended the LeMars Normal school parents reside north of Oscar a wellknown Sioux City contractor has been ar rested for the murder of his former John which oc curred so mysteriously on the night of December Goodrich was leased on bonds signed the citys business The committees appointed in Ihe in terest of a now bridge are in a yeteffective and it is confidently expected that their efforts will be attended good The finance committee finds it rafhec uphill work in as the general here is mea have already been drawn upon to an of Sioux will preach at the church Sunday morning Subject of sermon Human ind Divine Coopera A meeting for men only will be held at pi Boys under 13 not admitted unless ac cbmpanied by Song and1 revival Service in the The revival meetings will continue during She There is on exhibition at the oflice Clark those gits burners which supplement the use of coal for heating and cooking local agent for the burn explained the simple workings of the device to a TRIBUNE tank containing kerosene is near the from which a lead e conveys the fuel to the in the bottom of the The bura ers are generated as with a requring but one and in less than minutes bad a hot The economy of the burners has also been the cost of operating not exceeding one cent per they require little are clean and and are in extensive use in other local did me so much aa KodolDyspepsia One dose lieved a few bottles It digests what you eat and always cures Quo Club Several members of the Gun club got together this afternoon and shot at twentyfive blueroekSi following result lf Harry IS Young 9 Young claimed that the targets were given too muoh and Ken nedy seemed to be afflicted writers caused by luakiug extensive entries in tho assessors thus disabling bin good   

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