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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - March 1, 1900, Akron, Iowa VOLUME MARCH NUMBER CHEAP STORE ONE DAYtS CASH SALES UNTIL APRIL FRANK WILL GfVE An Elegant Medallion With Ettth Dozen Best Cabinet ADVANCM IN AKRON OPERA Tito Grand SwctiiculiU M1H tiwy Returned to Our Customers MARCH all persons buying goods of to the amount of 50 or will receive a ticket giving amount of pur chase and date On April a day Tfrill 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 50cents worth of or a bill of goods to the amonnt of and the day of March should be the 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 39 of v I will bo given by HOWE MARCH ft for tho BEpTOF Band as and Reserved Seats on sale at Cobbs Drus TOWN flND COUNTRY Remember that We will Always Give You More for Your More for Your But v ter and Eggs than Any Store in F OUR LINE OF WALL PAPER HAS ALREADY ARRIVED You are invited Patterns 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 the bargains only await your early Meads Drug When Looking for the Meeting of UptoDate Tho club met at the hos pitable home Mnhslasfc Tues day with a good attendance of The program was given by the ladies of the At ceding meeting the gentlemen sented the and the geniitr sex WHS discussed in a rather critical The ladies bided their figuratively proceeded upon this occasion to flay the epidermis from the gentlemanly corporosity with the sharp scalpel of feminine exposing it upon the palings of imagination so that all might view the scars made by tho and of outrageous for The consistedof literary selections and vocal and in strumental and the gentle men themselves acknowledge it to have been a most interesting But in the feminine heart there is that kind and tender disposition to make amends to her brother man when he exhibits a sense of repentance and This must been coin cident with the fact that the ladies had prepared for the gentlemen at the home of Slaughter a daintyre consisting of ice angel and devils chicken sand wiches and About two months ago Leonard a young walked out of the Madison where tye had imd siflco been heard of him by by his his here or Woodberry of Elk Who now is anxious to find young fellow and who has instituted a search for Brant two trunks behind which are still at the hotel and which have not been No reason is he should desire to dis City The young man referred to visited at the home of his south crtst of Akron for several weeks about a year DeAVittB Witch Hazel Salve is un equalled for injuries and skin It is the original Witch Beware of all Horses for Inquire of Bryant returned to Vermillion Chamberlin sells fresh Oysters in any desired Miss Lena Bellwood went to Yanlc toiij last Monday to visit Luckey came up from Sioux City last Friday and visited friends several A pleasantcrokinole party was given by Miss Margaret Bryant to her young friends last evening AVintersteen has lust received a fine line of the latest styles of Get Our merchants have been receiving large amounts of spring and summer gooxia during the past Henry Waterbury has been quite seriously ill for two or three days but is now somewhat Fox arrived last Monday from Sioux Falls and bus been a guest at the home of her a good one at 10 cents per can better one at 15 cents the very best that is put up for 20 Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING Another change hasoccured in the time affect ing only the morning It now arrives in Akron at instead of Dont forget the great war by home at the next Tuesday and AVednesday for band The six beautiful tableaux alone are well worth the price of ad John who has been work ing Bryants southeast of for several seasons is removing to the farm of Bryants near John Milnes goes onto the farm vacated by A series of gospel meetings will be inaugrated next Lords day at the Baptist church Assiter will assist Pastor In addition to the evening meetings there will be afternoon bible which will prove helpful and instructive to all who may A cordial invita tion is given to playing with an older brother last the 3yearold son of northeast of met with a most painful The older boy bad a steel corset which sprung out of his the end pene trating one of the eyeballs of the younger It is feared the little lose the sight of the injured AVestfield 22 Last Tues day the peaceable inhabitants of our little village were somewhat astonished to learn that Young was under ar rest and would be taken to Sioux City to answer to the charge of selling liquor without The doctor returned AVednesday alone to secure agreeing to return to the city Thursday if he failed to secure the He did not secure them and returned according to Fresh oysters in any quantity at T SUliivan wasaHawurden visitor between trains John Jeflers came down from Chatsworth returning the little interest has yet been manifested in the approaching schoo and town Edgington and family moved into the AVaterbtiry on Reed the first df this Miss Lelo Jones came down from Hudson this afternoon to at th home of her Paul John wife of Mr Douglass of the Racket arrivec in Akron yesterday from Iowa Arthur Barber went to Elk where husband is employed They will make that place their Fort SALK twoseated platform good as A positive Inquire of Sarah of Hudson arrived yesterday for a visit with her and hei Canned Goods which were bought before the advance in am selling them off at the old which is a saving of 20 per WILL Harry Patterson and Miss Bonnie of Elk were united in marriage at that place last The bride is quite well known in having visited htire a number of The Akron Domestic Local Building and Loan association will hold election of at the oBlee of on March at 8 A treasurer and nine directors will be A Kansas editor thus philosophizes It is hard for a married man to ar rive at any scientific conclusion in reference to why a four months old baby should be so much heavier at 1 oclock nii thart its mother used to be at precisely the same A number of their neighbors drop ped in upon Vargason and wife last Monday evening and an old fashioned dancing bee was indulged the merry guests remaining till the wee sma morning Varga son departed for their new home near Last Monday was Alfred AVaterburys thirtyseventh and in the eve ning a concourse of relatives and friends at his pleasant home to assist him in celebrating the exent It was considerably past the midnight hour before the came to a close and the guests departed with wishes for many happy returns of the A considerable quantity of seed wheat is being purchased by the the milling company having sold over Ourfarmers are be ginning to realize that the value of their crops depends to a large extent upon the quality of seed Last years poor yield may be attributed to the inferior quality of seed as much or more than to weather Sow wheat seed and not weed i Cross departed overland last Friday for In a letter to the he states that while there was Considerable snow the ground here when he it came scarcer as he went not finding any whatever the the openings ing from onehalf to an inch and a half in network There has been no snow in that vicinity this Batcheller has completed the mechanical work onhis corn harvester and is now engaged In painting The new machine will be given a test soon as the condition of the ground per There is no possible doubt of the machines successful The harvester was constructed under nu merous but if anyone doubts Batchellers ability us a machinist they should examine the both wood and ilaved in the fresh any quan Ellis made a professional visit to Chatsworth on Miss Rosa Palm seriously ill with witli a slight improve ment of the Leiiars Senti was soliciting blank book orders in Akron last Miss Nellie Biddlecome gave a pleas ant dancing party to a number of her friends last Tuesday carloads of emigrants passed through Akron yesterday after noon on the northbound John of Aclaville was an Akron visitor He is about to remove to a farm near Sioux Call and see the finest AVallpaper only 3J cents per Also firstclass Cloth Window Shades at 25c of and Miss Daisy of were married at Adaville last Swender MONEY to ten years with privilege of paying any amount at any time after the first 254 one of Sioux countys wealthy residing east of Chats has purchased a fine re sidence at Sioux and will make it his Reserved seats on sale at Cobbs for which will be produced at the opera house next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings by home Admission 25 and Waterbury has for sale a few choice Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels and which for room he will sell Inquire AVaterburys stored Quarterly meeting afc church next will preach at Revival ser vice in the Quarterly con erence Saturday evening at Jonas of who was so unfortunate as to gash one of his feet with an ax last comes to Akron daily to have the in ured member and is getting ilongas well as could be Ira formerly employed as assistant iathe depot now hold ng a position as station agent for the Milwaukee at visited J Searls and family between trains He is returning to Burbank tfter a fifteen days vacation at his The Good Templar primary icld at the home of Miss Lillie Jen kins last was a quite well at ended and successful In the rating contest Sullivan won he head a pretty oatmeal xnd Howard McCorkell was awarded he consolation Some amusing Barnes were indulged in and refresh ments were Rernseu 28 Ken of was in Remsen Mon day visiting with friends and making new Kennedy is one of the urors at LeMars and having a little pare time joined County Attorney leffers on a business trip vennedy is one of Akrons prominent Business men and sometimes makes limself heard as well as felt in politi cal affairs this Van Houten came down rom this afternoon to dsit at the home of her The cold weather has badly She brought with her a Mauser which her husband captured from Filipino It is a perfectly constructed piece of the wonderful shooting powers of which our boys are well acquainted The little gnu is certainly an interest ing and valuable A downeast fellow tells of a man who was blessed with boys He christened them Peter and Another blessing of a like nature cured a year and named them Kate and the next case of twins was a pim him for a timo as one was a boy and other a But the was overcome by calling the anil and thi irl
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