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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - February 8, 1900, Akron, Iowa T VOLUME FEBRUARY NUMBER 5PECIAL 5ALE ON UNDERWEAR and AT BURGESS TOWN flND GOUNTRY I W worth sale 5 worth sale 10 worth sale 10 worth Sale gSc Mens Heavy 00 worth sale 23C Mens Heavy Fleeced Under worth sale Mens extra quality Fleeced Undershirts and worth sale Mens AllWool Undershirts and worth sale 2QC 40C 8gc jf 40 worth sale 40 worth sale 10 worth sale AllWool worth sale 40C 5oc J IN ORDER TO CLEAN UP 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 940 Your BUTTER and EGGS will be Taken In Exchange at the Highest Market Price for BURGESS fc OUR LINE OF You ar JM ARRIVED call and inspect of the HANDSOMEST DESIGNS that were ever shown in Prices range from Cents per Single 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 When Looking for the Athletic Club Last Monday at a meeting held in the Akron Savings it Was decided to organize a gymnasium or Athletic It was decided the organization be known ag the Akron Thode elected president and Ear Edglngton secretary and and a com mittee was appointed to draft a con stitution and The olub starts out with a membership of A complete gymnasium equipment will be purchased and placed in the opera which will be open to members at all times when the build ng is not otherwise A will also be where access may be bad to a library of well selected books and the leading period Everything will be conducted in a clean and orderly manner and will no doubt be a source of much pleasure and enjoyment to The entrance fee to the club has been placed at with mouthy dues of twentyfive Another meeting will be held at the bank tomorrow Friday evening to ar range for sending for the The Approaching In the course or three weeks the school elections will be engrossing the minds of Akron citizens and the availability of candi dates will be up for The school election tov the Inde pendent District of Akron wilt be held the second Monday in on the when it will be necessary to elect three The terms of Seid and Cilley and it will be necessary to Qll the vacancy caused by the removal of John liable to Le The town election occurs on the last Monday in the at which time a three clerk and assessor are to be The three councilmen whose terms expire at that time are Gllley and John It is predicted that this springs election will be the warmest and most closely contested that has occurred in several Next February is Valentines Clmmberlin sells fresh Oysters in any desired of trnn sacted business here Viinderliam and it on February There are said to be a considerable number of scarlet fever in West Held and FOR SALE twoseated platform buggy Practically good as A positive Inquire of County Superintendent of js expected to be present at the Akron Teachers meeting on Satur day Miss Fern MoGinnis cutne over from Vermlllion today for a few days visit with her many there be ing a weeks vacation at the univer V There has been a fourcent rise in the price of wheat during the past it is partially to the South African war and an increased foreign Alice Look and went to Sioux City this after where they will remain indefi nitely at the home of her Burt who has been a guest at the home of her the TIUBUKE departed today for Spirit having been ap prised of the death of her brother at that The meeting of the UptoDate club was postponed last evening on account of the inclement weather and the ab sence of The meeting will be held next Tuesday evening at the when the gentlemenpresent the pianist with Bessie Scott Concert is quite well known by several Akron FrVe or six years ago she re sided here for about six her husband being cashier in the Farmers Loan Trust companys Miss Dora who has been a guest the home of her Henry for the past four departed last Friday for her home at She was ac companied as far as Hawarden by her and Misses Emma and Dora Jesse who has been fitting himself for newspaper illustrat ing at Dixon Commercial recently completed the and has accepted a good posi tion with the Kellogg Newspaper His many friends in this vicinity will learn with pleasure of his bright prospects his chosen Word has been received here of the death of Frank nee Miss Ruby which occurred yesterday at after a short from inflammation of the The young lady was a niece of and Mrs Paul of this and her untimely demise will cause sin cere sorrow among the many she had made She was happily married only last Last nights blizzard assumed con siderable The snow is piled up in drifts four and five feet high on the east and west mak ing truffle somewhat It is neither good sleighing nor good wag As an instance of bad Deputy Sheriff Herrons team got down five times coming over from Le Mars and Agnes and an other while making a short drive into the ran into a deep drift and were spilled but no in jury or damage John Ruble and family expect to remove to LeMars next where they recently purchased a com fortable residence During the many years they have made Akron their home they have acquired a host of in behalf of whom the TRIBUNE can express regrets at their departure and wish them complete happiness and contentment in their new At all tiroes Ruble has been a public spirited citi zen with Akrons best interests at and in this sphere his influence will be generally Frank Barr returned last week from Horses for Inquire of Fresh oysters in any quantity at Elk Point was an Akron visitor Dakerhas been awarded a pension of per month by the pension de Attorney James of Ellen S who is visiting went to LeMars today on to Mike Bixler and re siding three miles southeast of a on February Will of wellknown in this section because of the excellent verses he was in Akron last bay mare strayed from my premises one day last Party taking animal up will please inform Senry Sioux Valley James of Charles arrived in Akron on Tuesday and is a fuest at the home of his The young gentleman visited here about two years Charles of passed through hero on todays north round His Ben met him at the depot and ao jompanied him to Hudson return ng in the Last Monday evening the Akron fire lepartment met and elected the follow ing ollicers for the ensuing year chief assistant chief captain Grant captain Myron secretary Pollock and Jarvls have sold one acre of land on the northeast and northwest quarters of sections 23 and Portland to the Independent dis trict of the consideration be ing in each Frank Bly is again conducting the Cottage Hotel formerly the Hotel Palace taking possession The residence recently occupied by his family has been rented by of son of who Bryants general Noble has already moved his household goods into the and his family will arrive here the first of next He will take charge Get your skates sharpened right nt Mellen any quan Winchell was over from the county seat last I son was born to Mc of on Kinley and February Miss u student in the university at came home today to spend a weeks Warren Keech returned Monday from an enjoyable months visit with relatives and friends in Illinois and eastern Several members of the family of across the river in are ill with scarlet They are nil getting along MONEY to per ten years with privilege of paying any amount at any time after the first 254 The postollice departmentis contem plating the scheme of issuing postage stamps in book selling 2 cent stamps in vestpocket books for the sum of twentyfive Kerstein was a passenger to Sioux City this He will purchase a new outQt of tools for his blacksmith in the rear of Von Hagels implement which he will open sometime next Services at church next Sun day as follows Old feast at 10 sermon at 11 oclock The Good Samaritan Sunday school at 12 oclock special childrens services at 3 Epworth League at song service and special revival services at The Unpardonable The TRIBUNE has a bone to pick with the LeMars Sentinel and Last week those papers took several news items from our columns credited them to a contemporary this is strictly agin the moral code of journalism und the TRIBUNE enters strong Rather you would assume the piratical methods of the Kingsley Times bodily appropriate items without any credit of the store his father returning to A sensible young lady made the fol lowing dying request of her friends Do not lay me down by the rippling brookside lest the babbling lovers wake me from my dreams nor in the beauti ful cemetery in the valley lest sight seers cooing over epitaphs distract me butlet my sleep be under the counter of the merchant and business men gen erally who never There is the peace that passeth nil understand ing and a deep sleep on which neither the buoyant football of youth nor the weuty shuffle of old age will ever in the brick which will be manufac tured by the Akron brick yards this spring is of firstclass and there is every reason to believe that it will the erection of a One double twostory brick block is assured to Akron this The building will be built upon the property now occupied by the office of Clark and and Cbamberlius Its first floor would be used as store rooms and the second floor for office both of which are badly needed here at the present It is not unlikely that other brick buildings will be erected in the near future should the of the yards prove A fair sized considering the stormy weather was present at the Bessie Scott concert in the opera house last The violin renditions by Miss Scott were delivered with an finish and purity of tone which is nothing short of The young lady was a pupil of that great Max and that she is endowed with genuine talent was easily apparent last The piano accompaniment of Reins burg was of high although her piano solo did not display her musical abilities to the best Miss Isabel Ho well sang a couple of selections in a pleasing but it would not be necessary to go outside of to hourbetter Would Pray for A meeting of citizens of vicinity was held in the opera bouse last evening to perfect plans for helping to build u bridge across the Sioux river at that The souse of meetingwas expressed in favor of the construction of a steel City Now the Akron people are begin ning to get down to There is no question of their needing the or of the justice in our countys ing to build and a of the size needed is cheapest made of cheapest in the long When Akron gets so far down to business thai she is willing to go down into her jeans and help with hard then the bridge will But standing back and trying to force the matter through at someone elses expense will never build When Akrons ready to do something then we bend our prayers to the early construction of the but never under the old The Republic man is still laboring under something of a hallicunation in regard the Akron bridge although not quite so badly as the Al cester Uuion The people Ak ron have at all times in the past and are now ready to go down into their jeans and bring up the bard cash to assist in building of the As to standing back and trying to force mutters at Union countys ex pense is also No force has been used or demands every decent request has been made to induce UniontCjpunty to contribute her proper and righjtful request that Plymouth county has never re fused to grant when came from across the It is not overprob able that the Republic man will be called upon to intercede in divine sup plication or waste his gray matter to any noticeable extent toward the con struction of a bridge across the Big Sioux river at DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is un equalled for injuries and skin It is the Witch Hazel Beware of all counterfeits Notice to Qun Club The of the Akron olub are requested to meet at the office of at 2 February IV for the of electing thef transaction of other important By order of
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