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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - August 9, 1900, Akron, Iowa VOLUME AUGUST NUMBER TOWN flNp COUNTRY All kinds of soft drinks JBdgington George liable returned yesterday to filial be sold cuts no every roll of Wall ftt Cobbs Another of that pure cider vifiegar lust Racket Henry Wilier shipped three carloads lof to Chicago last Saturday BURGESS SMITH Isaac of S arrived yesterday to look after property interests in this McDonald arrived from Sioux City today for a visit atthe home of her south of Use Iowas Best of xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING of was a guest of his went to last Saturday to visit other Money loan on Union and Plymouth real For terms and rates apply to HAMPTON J Remember the lawn so cial to be held in the school house yard tomorrow Friday Aug ust when ice cream and cake will be Miss Ella Farnham is preparing to open a miilinery store in the front rooms of the Close building on Reed which have been newly painted and and Palm will depart the last of this week for an outing of a week or tea days at Hot jGleason Chandler will don the editor ial garb during Palms Miss Floy Moore went to Sioux City to attend weddingof Miss Myrtrf Mlllner and Ernest of in the at the Millner in Morn MMS Ladies Shoes The Best Finest Try a Pair and Youll Have No The Best 50 Shoe Harvest Is Here the Old Reliable Implement 3z THE PERFECT A fine impound to the home of and on Monday August The young man demonstrated that he has t a railroad career before him by arriv ing on schedule as the train polled intothe TRIBUNE is informed that and Henry Farnham have re moved from where they went from Akron last to Sioux at which place Farnham hoi8s a good position with the large wholesale grocery firm of Shenk r j Erickson arrived from Chicago where he has been em ployed with a grocery and has ex cepted a position as clerk in Johnson Erickson is known by many in this having worked in Johnson Palms store here several years T A fellow named Frank Smith was ar rested for intoxication last He had no money to pay a fine and rather than board him in jail Mayor Slaughter ordered him out of A town ordinance should be passed pro vidjng that such fellows should work their fine out on the streets or at mak ing little rooks out of big Oliver formerly employed Sears livery was arrested Mop for assault upon Hoff of Westfleld He was assessed in mayors which he Hoffman was also ar raigned before his honor on the charge of being drunk and and was granted a continuance until Tues day Hethen acknowledged the truth of the charge and was fined j and English went to Sioux City on accompanied by her who re turned On Saturday morn ing English Will submit to an op eration at the Samaritan hospital for the removal of a Her con dition is said to be with the chances against her surviving the op bift the many friends of the lady hope the remarkable courage she has already shown will material Assistance in bringing her safely 5 Her husband is at present confined at home with fractured Ice Cream is all right at the Bakery Get your Prescriptions filled at Our 6cent Calicos are now going at 5 Homegrown Harvest for eooking City Mesdames John and Henry cf have been visiting in Akron this Miss Dena Warntjes arrived from Tuesday to visit her Myron Lillibridge started on a drive across country Tuesday to his fathers ranch near Button was called to Westfield on Tuesday by the illness of her But Wiborg and who reside west of for Hot Springs to seek benefit to their health Miss Grace of ar rived here Tuesday after a weeks visit in Sioux City and will make an ex tended visit withher Last Saturday MeCorkell sold to the Hamm a Case loader and automatic Their new purchase gives the boys a firstclass threshing Miss Ethel returned to her home at on after a pleasant months visit with her Palm ac companied her to Sioux returning Pastor Jones will preach a Me morial sermon in honor of John Williams next Sunday morning at the Baptist and will deliver a brief lecture on The Chinese or China and the in the evening at 8 and Frank returned this afternoon from their visit to Chi cago and Milwaukee and report a most enjoyable Frank attended the National Photographers conven tion in Milwaukee and the patrons of his gallery will get the benefit of the many new ideas and improved methods he obtained at the i Walter who resides with his and in Johnson came up from Sioux City last accompanied by his where be has been re ceiving treatment for an affection of his known as from the wellknown It was feared he would lose his but is now improving under skillful Stinton and his mother remained over Sunday at the home of their sister and of the firm of Burgess departed Monday for where he will purchase the firms fall and winter stock of The Sioux City Journal of Tuesday has the following to say of our fellowcitizen of formerly local agent for the Boston Investment company and Massachusetts Real Estate is visiting in Sioux Burgess is now the owner of a general store at having removed there from Kansas u year and a half Parasols at a great reduction at the Racket Get your Paints and Oils for fall painting at Crushed with ice cream and soda to and Gib a on August Reduced prices on all kinds of to make room for new at the City Miss Rose of Sioux is aguest at the home of her Neil Glezen came over from LeMars on last returning He reports his family all is better equipped than ever to sup ply the best of everything the farm er the BUCKEYE BINDERS AND JONES LEVER MOWERS AND CASE THRESHERS Hilliker and drove to Sioux City last He returned the following but Addle visited there until yesterday tJVfarion Barr has reopened the Gard ner on Reed He is a firstclass reasonable prices and will suit his cus and Frank Bly and their wives returned home last evening from a ten days outing at Lake West They made the trip overland and report a splendid time all of arrived last Friday to care for her who has been seriously ill with an attack of heart Her many friends are pleased to learn that she is now The Akron Good Templar lodge will ibid a basket picnic on the Iowa side of he Big Sioux just above Grills on August Every one cordially Come and bring a lona On September the day designated by the president of the United States as the annual labor or Labor as it is will be observed with considerable demonstration by the twentysix labor unions of Sioux A street parade and an extensive list of athletics are being tNordeen Anderson have begun the work of laying new cement side walks on the north And east sides of Johnson buildings and for a half block along the east side of Barrs residence When completed this will make four and onehalf blocks of cement sidewalks and alley cross ings on the west side of Third These are splendid and Fields arrived in Akron yesterday from and will visit their Edward and a couple of Fields has never been here but Fields first visited Akron in ac companied by his and purchased several hundred acres of farm land in the Big Sioux valley which could be bad in any desired quantity at that time for to per Fields keen foresight and faith in the future of this territory was well grounded and he still owns farms near Ha warden and Akron that are worth from to per acre at the present Fields has also figured quite extensively in the growth and upbuilding of and he views with no little interest the welfare of the Buckeye Corn Carload Ludlow Twine just Best ever put into a Stover and Dempster Cedar Rapids Engine Fine Line of Buggies and Keystone Hay Pella Automatic will fit any make of thresh ing Machine and Lubricating 15c Hard and Axle Belting of All Cyclone Washing Bain and Canton Superior Low Prices and Liberal Terms Have Built Our Big Ice CHOICE TABLE BUTTER wanted at the Racket to and on August a GET RELIABLE HAIL INSURANCE AT FARMERS LOAN TRUST COM PANYS Veterinary Farke and family have moved into their new south of Agnes Wilbur Smith and Hira Ellis and Misses lona Slaughter and Bessie Mubs drove to Elk Point last Sunday and spent a pleasant afternoon with John of who bad been a guest of Father Sullivan for the past two departed Tuesday for and will extend bis visit into On Saturday evening of this during the band the Ladies Aid society will serve ice cream and cake on Kennedys just east of the Everyone invited to partake of the which will be served for ten Misses Allie and Florence Schuyler came from Sioux City on Tuesday tot a weeks visit with This is the first time the young ladies have been in Akron since removing to Sioux City with their parents nearly three years Ray one of the TRIBUNE was most pleasantly sur prised by about twentyfive friends at his home on Tuesday August it being the occasion of bis twenty fourth The guests were en tertained with games and Ice cream and fruit were provided for re Baker suffered the disloca tion of her left shoulder joint last Sat urday Her feet become en tangled in some loose binding twine on the floor and she In stretching out her arm to break the fall the in jury was Clark and Ellis were in after Baker had been plumed under an the shoulder was properly Get a nice fan with a dish of Ice Cream at the for sale at all kinds of prices and See Wall Paper closing out at big sacri fice to make room for other goods at Reichmann and Kluck hohn were over from the county seat Tuesday and Call at this office and order your 1901 We have finest line ever brought to Prices are of Fort who will give the Reliance sulky plow ex hibition for Button on arrived Lewis was over from LeMars last and His Miss accompanied him and was a guest of Miss Margaret Bryant Norman Williams arrived from Spencer last Saturday to attend the funeral of his father on He returned home accompanied by his wife and An oldfashioned corn roast was participated in by a number of invited Tuesday at the home of and Numerous outofdoor games were played and seasonable refreshments Last Monday evening Hurl Loren Tucker and Hira Ellis were chosen representatives from Akron lodge to the Good Templar grand lodge of Iowa session at August Thfr young men may conclude to make the trip on Following the Union democratic convention at August a campaign rally will be The meeting will be held in a big tent and addresses made by Sena tor the wan ashamed of bis fusion candidate for senator Governor fusion candidate for aud fusion candidate for governor of South This is a trio of litical lightningstrikers that will the aunties to fairly howl with Hammocks very cheapto close out at Remember the Wall Paper Hammock sale until all are at Miss Nellie of Sioux was a guest of her Miss Arta from Friday until Bixler and Miss Van of were guests at the home of his three miles south east of Akron last They also visited their and and attended services at the church in the and Eyland were by telephone Tuesday after noon that their visitingat the home of her uncle in Sioux had fallen from a bicycle and broken a small bone in one of bee The injury was not severe and the young lady will soon be about Eyland went down yester day Last Saturday evening Patter who resides about five miles south east of and the got into an altercation on Reed near the McCorkell OReilly in whiph the latter received decidedly the worst end of the English is said to have been cursing a young man who works for and Patterson English then turned his epithetical batteries upon who struct English then made a rush and clinched Patterson around the Both men fell to the but were separated by Marshal who placed them under English was un able to arise and it was ascertained he had sustained a fractured He was conveyed to the office of Clark and where examination showed that both bones above the right ankle were broken and that the ankle joint was The limb was dressed and English taken to his Pat terson plead guilty of fighting and dis turbing the before Mayor and paid his fine and amounting to English will given u hearing UB soon us be is able to
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