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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - February 22, 1900, Akron, Iowa THE FEBRUARY NUMBER ONEPRICE CHEAP STORE ONE DAYS GASH SALES Returned to Otir Customers BEGINNING MARCH all persons buying goods of to the amount of 50 or will receive a ticket giving amount of pur chase and date I On April a day will be selected from the business days of the month and whatever day it falls whether it be a dull or a busy the entire sale of the day will be returned to our For on the 7th day of you purchase 50 worth of or a bill of goods to the amount of and the 7th clay of March should be day by presenting your ticket bearing above March we will redeem its face value m The day selected will be published in the local papers the first week in and all tickets must be presented within 30 days of Remember tHat We will Always Give You More lor Your More lor Your But ter and Eggs than Any Store In OUR LINE OF HAS ALREADY ARRIVED You are invited to call and Patterns of the HANDSOMEST DESIGNS that were ever shown in Prices range from Cents per Single Roll to as fine and expensive could All our paper is of good quality and the bargains only await your early Meads City Drug When Looking for the Thtj Ladies Aid society of the church will meet at the home of on Wednesday after February at 3 All the ladies of the church are expected to be and any others are cor dially The Good Templars will hold a primary icauous on Wednesday February at the home of Miss LUlie Everybody is invited to be present and enjoy an evening of pleasant An admission fee fifteen cents will be X Last February ISiwas the twentyeighth anniversary of tjbe mar f Gr wifjaj t will be of interest to note that they were the first young married couple to reside in Palm at that time lived near Big but Einma Johnson lived in They married at Elk Point in 1872 and resided for a short time on Palms then removing to where they have their home ever The Womans1 Mission circle will give a literary entertainment at the Baptist church on Feb ruary at are cor dially invited to be The pro ceeds froni the missionary envelopes which bave been distributed among the and from Mho will he equally divHUKlNbet and womans mission work for women and An interesting program has been FOK SALE twoseated platform Practically good as A positive Inquire of Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orderswith We deliver MILLING After much casting Shaw has succeeded in persuading Judge Clifford of Sioux to accept the vacant place on the state board of resigned by The tenure of this odlco itj six years and the salary per UNTIL APRIL FRANK WILL GIVE fit lll With Each Dozen Best Cabinet ADVANCE IN AKRON OPERA The Oilitml Spectacular Mill ttiry wilt bo given by HOWE for tlio BENEFITOF Band 25 mid Reserved Seats on sale at Cobba DIUR TOW fiND COUNTRY t Horses for Inquire of Boyson Ross returned yesterday from his trip to Klauer was a passenger to the county seat this Ervin went to yesterday for a few days Frank of was a business visitor yesterday Squires and of Rich were Akron visitors Isst Wintersteen has just received aline line of the latest styles of Get Peter Miller residing eleven miles east of is visiting her this OReilly shipped a carload of SiotJir City accompanied the returning Call and see the finest at only cents per Also firstclass Cloth Window Shades at 25c About the first of April Ruble expects to remove to near which place he will conduct a cattle Hitzeman has resigned his po sition in Waldschmitts barber shop and went to today to accept a similar John of the Racket returned today f roin His wife will ar rive here in a few MONEY to per ten years with privilege of paying any amount time after the first 254 Earl Edgington went to Sioux City on going from there to Shel don and Spencer on matters in connec tion with his fathers ice cream busi Miss May Kundert arrived today for a visit with Miss She has numerous in aaving formerly resided here with her The next democratic national con vention will be held at Kansas July The populists will hold their national at Sioux on May The Baptist church anticipates a series of special to commence a week from next of New will conduct the Elk Point Elmer of a former resident of where he is yet the owner of a fine was in the city today paying his He paid the Sentinel a splendid Squires and three children departed last Monday for their home near her Miss Qelia accompanying her as Ear as Miles her remains here and will work for his this and residing on the Robinson southeast of mourn the loss of their 6yearold who died of membraneous croup last Friday February The funeral was held on interment being made in the Akron The sorrowing parents have much in their oysters in any quantity a of was a business visitor Chamberliti sells fresh Oysters in any desired Austin relumed today to his Kennedy went to LeMars on Tuesday to servo on the A 0pound son was bom to James Austin and wife last Feb ruary Jones returned Tuesday to after a visit with her sis Paul Bryant hauled the remainder of his household goods to Vermilllon the latter part of last Last February a dtuigh ter WHS born to George Pelow and who reside on the Boden in Da a good one at 10 cents per can better one at 15 cents the very best that is put up for 20 At rAlbert and residing s miles are rejoicing over the ar rival of a son at their home on Mon February Parkin and Clements returned to their homes in Hudson on after a pleasant visit with the There was no meeting of the town last Monday as a quorum could not be The meeting will be held home of Henry Boetger and of Sioux Valley was gladdened by the arrival of a nice daughter last February Canned Goods which were bought before the advance in I am selling them off at the old which is a saving of 20 per At WILL Helios erecting a largebarn and other buildings on the farm he purchased of Henry north of last He will soou move onto the handsome young lady arrived at the home of Gerhard Lucken and southeast of last Febru ary and has since received all proper care and Father Sullivan went to Sioux Falls yesterday to consult an architect regarding plans for the new Catholic church and Work will be gin upon the buildings in three or four Batchelder and wife returned this afternoon from He states that last Monday night a fire de stroyed three the old stock about bushels of and 200 tons of Baldwin and children de parted yesterday for their home at Sac In conducting the Racket store for the past five her pleasant ways won her many all of whom will regret her The UptoDate club will meet at tbe home of Muhs next Tuesday The program will be pres ented by the and it is expected that full retaliation will be meted out to the who gave the last Walter Bennett has the Rich ardson near for the coming and Jwill move there Bennett has secured ex cellent piece of and the TKIBUNK hopes his seasons toil will briug him good Last Monday was Waterburys twentythird and iu the evening he was pleasantly surprised at his home by a number of relatives and It proved a most enjoyable after partaking of re the departing guests wished Waterbury many happy re turns of the Powell went to Sioux City Tuesday to visit his who is a patient there in the Samaritan The hua been there twentyeight during which time he has submitted to two operations for He is not improving as well us desired and his father thought best to pay him u Got your skates sharpened right at Alelleu any quan Burgess was a passenger to Sioux City this tenant farmers have begun making their annual Marshal Gibson was a Chats worth visitor bet weentrains Miss Lela of ar rived this afternoon to visit her Paul Flanagan and Chester Stod of were guests of Young V Roetmun and wife are tho happy parents of a born on February Kerr and of Sioux Valley went to Sioux City on Tuesday for a weeks visit with rela Grandma Rolfev of Sioux Valley is very low and her death is hourly owing to her ad vanced Kate Anway and came down from Sioux Falls urdiiy to visit her iind Next February is Ash marking the begin ning of which continues until April 15 Hamrhir departed Tuesdayfor v Hot He will visit other joints in the Black Hills and may lo cate thiire if he finds H good Fairbrother and Ander t son came down from Hawarden on Tuesday to arrange for presenting the great military Miss Swnnson is ill with scarlet fever at the home of ilifton in Westfleld township She is some whatimproved over a few days v assistant to Very pastor of Marys Catholic Sioux was a guest of Father Sullivan ast Folan desires to convey through these columns hia sincere thanks to those who placed their sig natures on the which aided in regaining for him his Henry residing west of expects to remove to LeMars at which place he purchased a com ortable He his stock farm utensils at public auction lust Services at the Baptist church next Lords Subject of morning ser mon Awake or In the evening Jones will deliver a entitled Alarmists in the Pulpit and on the John Jeffers has traded his Akron residence property to Isaac jury for his Chatsworth As a and Mrs Jef lers now live in Chatsworth Waterbury family are residents of George and Will who worked in this vicinity last and who returned to their home at South west last came back Akron accompanied by their The boys ex ect to remain for some Ellis and arrived home last Saturday from their visit in which her lealth received much Her who is attending Morning side came up with them from Sioux remaining until Monday The wellknown Major Hen dershoot the original drummer boy of the assisted by his s again in this He gave u atriotic entertainment at Jefferson ast aided by foe teachers and in the interest of u school ibrary Julius of Westtiekl town has been seriously ill with a qer rrous disorder resulting from an iittuuk f of was called in consultation vlth G Ellis when here seemed to be a slight linpmw in
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