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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - February 15, 1900, Akron, Iowa VOLUME FEBRUARY NUMBER ESS Are Headquarters for Everything In the Line of Arctics and Mittens Heavy Duck Cpats press Goods I underwear Suitings Shoes Ribbons Groceries Mens Ladies Hose Gents Furnishings Overalls Jumpers r TOWN flND GOUNTRY Your BUTTER and EGGS will be taken In Exchange at the Highest Market Price for Henry Fink was up from Westfiel last sells fresh Oysters i atfy desired Lilllbftdge was a southboutu icngerthls of transacte business in Akron on of was an Aftron visitor the first part of thi OUR LINE OF WALL PAPER HAS ALREADY ARRIVED You are invited to call and inspect Patterns of the HANDSOMEST DESIGNS that were ever sfeown in Akron Prices range from Cents per Roll to as fine and expensive as anyone could our paper is of good quality and the bargains only await your early City prtig When Looking for the Racket Store Changes John of a brother of arrived ip Akron last He went to Cen on after in conjunction with his of Had who purchased the Backet store from tailing possession yes The present stock of goods will be considerably enlarged and there will be added a complete line of general The gentlemen have hadextended experience in the and therefore thoroughly understand buying and selling at close Doing business on a cash they will be enabled to quote very low Douglas went to Fonda today and wilt return with his family the middle of next Rhodes family will also arrive in a abort Baldwin expects to return to her former Sao sometime next I had every winter for years and no medicine gave per manent relief till I began to take One Minutes Cough I know it is the best cough medicine says It quickly cures grippe and throat and lung It is the childrens favorite Cures Qun Club Holds At a business meeting of the Akron Gun held in the office of Ellis yesterday Stew art was elected president for the ensu ing year secretary and and field cap It was decided to purchase a a machine for throwing which is operated byoloo and also to retain the traps which were used during the past sea the regular weekly prac tice the club will hold two tournaments during the coming one to occur about the first of June and the other in the The club has leased the acre of ground used last and it might not be out of place to mention here that if Akrons baseball enthusiasts desire excellent a couple of acres might be ob tained in addition thereto if early ap plication be A Very Liberal The large and increasing circula tion of The Iowa Homestead in this county is a matter for congratulation to the publishers and to good of all of 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 bas 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 Poultry Farmer and The Farmers Mutual Insurance Jour four of the most valuable farm publications in the enables to offer the four in connection with our own paper for for the entire one This is emphatically a good and no farmer in this county should fail to take advantage of the Fora large line of thor oughly practical farm reading nothing has ever been offered before that equals A county a farm a poultry a farm insurance paper and the Special Farmers all for Come in and order Bade Them a Pleasant A farewell reception in honor of John Ruble and who removed to LeMars on was held in the Masonic hall last Saturday participated in by the members of the Masonic and lodges and other occasion proved to be a most enjoyable one to everyone A number of persons made addresses suitable to the time and Excellent refresh As a token of the esteem in which they are and Ruble were presented an elegant album and The event will no doubt long remain in pleasant remembrance to Will Reside in Sunny Kershner and Squires departed this after noon for their future homes at West each accompanying their carload of household and other They will make the trip to Gear departed on the Kershher and daughter went to Sioux where they will visit friends until when Squires and child ren will join them they will pro ceed together to their The best wishes for their happiness and prosperity is what the TRIBUNE their many friends extends to The legislatures considering a bill for the prohibition of spring duck which would bp very unpopu lar with The game laws have already been tampered with more than any other and if our legislators keep this Iowas game laws will be about on a par with those of South Deliver us The TRIBUNE solicits for your orders Alexander the temperance is conducting a series o meeMngsat LeMars this FOR SALE twoseated platform Practically good as A positive Inquire o Ot The members of Plymouth lodge No have beautified their hall with a riew coat of wall paper anc an elegant emblematic Waterbury went to Sioux City on accompanied by his daugh Miss who will remain there several visiting her The family of Edgington will move into town on or before the first of and will reside in the Water bury house on Reed now occu pied by Services at the Baptist church next Lords day by Pastor Subject of the morning discourse Spiritual Genesis and Sublime Gospel song service in the was an immense crowd in town last Saturday and the late arrivals found it diHimilt to ob tain a place to hitch their Lillibridges auction sale was the central Supervisors Adamson and Ahlers were expected to be hero today for another conference in regard to the bridge but they did not probably owing to the cold They will come in a few diiys About thirty young people consti a merry Valentine party at the home of Clair and Miss Nellie Biddle oome last Numerous games and a valentine box furnished plenty of Nice refreshments were A very enjoyable farewell party was held at the home of northeast of town last Saturdayeve Games of various kinds were indulged in and an appetizing supper The guests departed with the best wishes for the Kershners in their new home near 10yearold daughter of residing eight miles southeast of town on the Broken died last Monday night of The child had been siezed only last Saturday with the but her con dition was serious when of and of Sioux were An operation was per but it was impossible for the little girl to Miss Freddie OReilly entertained a number of her friends lastevening with a Valentine party last Progressive hearts was a feature of the Miss Etta Ross winning the head prize for a fancy card Earl Edgington winning first pyize for a pair of sleeve Miss Anna Jenkins received foot prize for tiny cup and Bert Bradley foot prize for a small A nice luncheon and the pleasures of dancing enjoyed by the The UptoDate club met at the Den last Tuesday The gentlemen of the club presented the Horses for Inquire of Fresh oysters in any quantify a John Murphy was up from Elk Point last McCorkell was able to be a his office last Monday for the first time in a Noble returned Tuesday to his home at His son Willis in charge ofthe store The first issue of the Westfield Jour nnl under the editorship of D Hurlbut made a very creditable show ing last of Sioux who had been called here for re turned to his home on last Monday evenings special Agnes has sold to Gain the west third of the northwest quar ter of block Sargents the consideration being DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is un equalled for injuries and skin It is the original Witch Hazel Beware of all A number of their friends met at the home of Bryant and wife last Mon lay evening and spent a pleasant lour playing The guests vere also treated to n jolly sleigh Amanda Parkin and Clem inson came down from his afternoon to visit the Kendall amily and Squires before er departure to The 22month old daughter Of John who resides on the Martin east of died last Friday of nllammation of the The imeral was held interment eing made in the Akron Thode and daughters arae over from Vermillion last Sat Misses Florence and Louise eturned to their studies but Thocle and Marion still he cold weather not permitting them o drive Lucej of Sioux who ad been assisting in the revival ervices for the past two re urned to his home last The Get your skates sharpened right at Mellen any quan John of Beresforci was n business visitor Miss Fern McGinnis returned1 yes terday to after a pleasant visit with Akron Grandma residing north east of has been seripusly iirthe past but is now considerably Jarvis went to Sioux City yes terday afternoon on business con nected with the establishment of a brick yard Here this Eugene Martin departed today for to join her who went there last They will make their home at the above MONEY to per ten years with of any amount at any time after the first The Akron Dancing club gives its last ball of the season next Monday February The Collins harp of dispense the McCorkell shipped three of his ine White Wyandotte pullets to a lady ancier in Missouri last One of the pullets was a prhse winner at the ecent Plymouth county poultry A gentleman named from has been here the past veek and purchased four carloads of He ships them to eastern where they are bringing good LastSunday evenings snowfall made xcellent Our mild weather aught cold at the same time and a ather chilly atmosphere has since pre Several thermometers went to 0 degrees below zero this Jones came from last Monday for a few ays visit at the home of her Paul Jones friends ere sympathise with her in the recent eathof her Frank the sole topic of which proved to be Roll call was re sponded to by quotations from the poets upon that Harry Fields presented an excellent paper upon A that the Intellectual Powers of Man are Superior to then Wooton and Muhs arguing on the affirmative and Eyland and Palm on the nega the decision of the judges of in the Fields contributed a humorous The program was interspersed with mandolin and guitar After the program bad been the members indulged in a pleasant sleigh evivals still in charge of and the efforts are be ng crowned with Elk Point 8 Invitations ave been issued for the marriage of liss Olena daughter of and of Sioux to of on Wed esday February at 10 clock at the North Paul Ellis and are xpected to return home Saturday com their to their ormer and other southern Ellis writes that her ealth has been greatly improved by heir For the past week they lave been the guests of a friend in Gear and wife found their home invaded by a large number of their friends last Monday who employed that method of bidding them farewell and wishing them hap piness ip their Various games and amusements con stituted a most enjoyable A bountiful supper was There occured on the 7th the death of the 11 year old son of Elk Point who had been working for Carl of Sioux Valley Appendicitis wasthe cause of the boys and be was ill but a few Interment was made last Friday in the Akron Miss Edna daughter of John residing south west of re turned home Tuesday after an absence of about six At that time she went to Californina with the family of James who formerly lived here and has since resided Miss before arriving bad been making a short visit with relatives at She has many friends in Akron who will welcome her The Akron Athletic club held another meeting at the Akron Savings bank last Friday evening and adopted bylaws to govern the The fol lowing trustees were elected Weidenfeller and Peters was chosen in structor and The paraphernalia for the gymnasium has been ordered and is expected to arrive in to open the club next Six additional members im LeMars 14 residing at this re ceived word from his relatives at that his mother seriously and in hopes of seeing her once more alive Millner left for his old home There was a good attendance at the Akron District Teachers meeting held in the school last Satur day Much interest was manifested in the subjects for discus showing that our teachers are striving to attain the ad vanced methods of Boss received a letter today from his with is spending a couple of weeks in He states there are largo herds of sheep and cattle grazing and that the country has not yet seen frost snow or icej The gentlemen contemplate a visit to Salt Lake the state before their CA caravan of five emigrant wagons passed through town yesterday fore The wagons were covered with heavy canvas and each contained a small heating which kept the occupants very In con versation with a TRLBCNE one of the party stated they had been on the road two weeks and were enroute from Dawson to south ern They provided with sixteen good Jarvis was feeling rather du bious regarding brick yard pros pects last Upon sinking several shafts where good surface clay had been he struck a sixfoot strata of This raised appre hensions as to whether a sufljcient quantity of brickclay could be found in one locality to supply the in his sent for an expert brickmakerof Sioux who came up The gentlemen went out on a pros pecting tour south of town and suc ceeded in locating an deposit of excellent clay near the spring on the Richardson about three quarters of a mile south of The clay is of good colar and appears to be free from Mine or other sub and Jarvis has sent a sum pie to for He has ordered whice will ar rive in a short and will begin operations as soon as the frost loaves tho
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