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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - August 23, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                THE AKRON VOLUME AUGUST NUMBER TOWN rtND GOUNTRY Ice Greiirn is all right at the Bakery Hammocks cheap to close out came up f Sioux City All kinds of soft drinks on Edgingtbn A Must be sold Price cuts no figure roll of Wall at Cobbs Henry Barrett returned Satur day from a visit tit See those new French Flannels for Waists before yon The Backet Miss Nettie Hall went to Sioux City on Tuesday for a few days visit with Perkins was a passenger to yioux on Tuesday fore peons Crockett and children went to Sioux City which will be their future Boden and re siding west of departed Tuesday for to visit Workmen have torn down the large Lillibridge cattle shed across the the lumber being the property of of announces himself as a candidate for the republi nomination for county The more the A large lot of New Dry Goods just consisting of Satins Dress at lowest The Backet A party of LeMars young people who have been taking an outing on the Big about a mile and a half above broke camp yesterday and trekked for and Holler and daugh started on an overland trip to will spend the They wilfcalso visit in Baish aid drove to LeMars last The former went on to to visit his the latter remaining at the county seat until a guest of County Superintendent The lumber for Clarks resi dence has been hauled to the The foundation has been completed today the carpenters began laying the Work on the building will be pushed and it will soon be Thode arrived home overland last evening from West Okoboji at which popular resort himself and family bad enjoyed three weeks camp Thode and children passed through here Tuesday on their way to Mattie nee of and her who lives at are visiting at the home of the hitters south of Dyal a popular teacher in the Akron public school several years ago And will be pleasantly remembered by She will visit here before re turning to her Her husband is a Miss Ella Facnham returned yester day from where she purchased a line stock of millinery The opening of her store in the Close build ing on Heed which has been an nounced to be held the first week in has been postponed until 14 and on account of in terior and arrangements of the building not boing completed in Watch for further The Akron German Lutheran church celebrate the Mission Festival on be assisted by of and of Dinner and also ice cream and will bu served at the Akron opera house on that at a small Everybody invited to attend and participate in the good and of Min were guests of Ken dall and family from Tuesday after noon until yestevday They had been visiting relatives at and went from here to Chicago to attend the National en thence to New York state on a Wheeler and Ken dall were comrades in the same New York regiment during the Ladies Shoes The Best The Best The Finest Shoe Try a Pair and Youll Have No Burgess THE PERFECT i Ice Get your Prescriptions filled at Willson was a passenger to Sioux City Homegrown Harvest for cooking City Bakery Young and Stewart drove to Hawarden on business Deputy Sheriff of was in town on official business Tues day Walter Christy and of Sioux City were guests of relatives here If you wish a picture of your thresh ing machine Frank will come at Misses Hazel and Nellie Carter came op from Sioux City today to visit at the home of their of arrived here Monday to visiC his and at the home of Why does our trade increase so Because we treat all the sane by giv ing them the best goods at the lowest possible Backet Catch the first train out and be with the crowd at the Bailroad on Wednesday August Train leaves at Con Waterbury returned this after noon from where had been looking after ranching in He was accompanied home by his who will visit The banquet and cornroast which was to have been given by the tomorrow Friday near he home of has been postponed until Tuesday Aug ust on account of the wet Kennedy and little daughter departed yesterday for their home at after a pleas int visit with relatives and They were accompanied by who will spend about two weeks in that vicinity for the allevia tion of a severe attack of hay Adaville news in Merrill 23 Miss Emma of is Walter Oaks with her lousework at roche is having a new granary built on Us Also Gaston is having i now barn built on his place in West iold Kanago are do ng the A cow owned by Burnight ind kept in his yards across the which had waded into the water to escape the annoyance of got her lead caught under a plank nailed to the piling iit the Dakota end of the bridge yesterday The crit ter nearly drowned before she was ex ricated by several with the aid of a Scott disturbed the quietude of last Sunday afternoons atmosphere as a result of too requent liquid that Marshal Jain was obliged to lock him He was not taken into but paid the penalty of his indiscretion by being compelled to scrub out his This custom is seldom invoked and in his instance met with strong Get Paints and Oils for fall painting at Harrington went to Sioux City this Crushed with ice cream and soda Johnson was a passenger to Sioux City on business last Beal Estate lowest no at Farmers Loan Trust A nice lot of Ladies uptodate Col lars and Ties just received at the Backet to and Walter of a on August Whipple Burnett returned this after noon from a visit of two months with relatives and friends at Charles Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders We deliver AKKON MILLING Susie Carlton returned to Sioux City yesterday after a weeks visit at the home of her and with other The Backet store has just received a supply of the famous Blue Bibbon brand of 20cent Try a pack if not get your money Alya Seamands has accepted a posi tion in Cobbs drug entering up on his duties last He is much pleased with the work and it is his intention to be able to add to his name the title of They will treat you to the best time in young ladies at their Harvest Fair and Bailroad Sociable on Wednesday August one door east of Burgess Smiths Refreshments Comeand English went to Sioux City last Monday to visit his who is recovering from the effects of a recent operation for at the Samaritan He returned the following his broken limb being so well healed as to allow him move about with the aid of Three carloads of lumber have ar rived here during the past week and have been hauled to the farm of southeast of to be used in the construction of his fine new barn and also a large cattle Tay lors barn will be one of the most up todate and conveniently arranged that is to be found in this part of the and Brunskill drove down from Chatsworth last Saturday accompanied by Young Brunskill is the new cash ier of the Bank of Youngstrom had looked after matters in the bank while he was absent on ac count of the death of his on the 13th at of aged twenty of formerly a resident of Sioux Valley arrived here today for a weeks visit with and He is much pleased with his new home and reports his well and Squires is enthusias tic over eastern Kansas as a corn and fruit raising bringing with film some flne specimens of apples grown Harvest Is Here and the Old Reliable Implement Firm of McCORKELL is better equipped than ever to sup ply the best of everything the farm er needs for the BUCKEYE BINDERS AND JONES LEVER MOWERS AND CASE THRESHERS 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 and Lubricating I5e Hard and Axle Belting of All Cyclone Washirig Bain and Canton Superior Low Prices and Liberal Terms Have Built Our Big Get a nice fan with a dish of Ice Cream at the A Agnes was a county seat busi ness visitor Houses for sale at all kinds of prices and See and Mathwig were over from LeMars the first of this Bemember the Wall Paper and Hammock sale until all are at Miss Estelline Rhodes returned yes terday from a weeks visit with her brother at Sioux and who have een visiting their Edward and for the past two returned today to their home at Smith returned Saturday toNorth after a pleasant visitwith Akron relatives and at which place she is engaged at and of who have been guests of the Kendalls for several ter minated their visit They jontemplate a visit to relatives in Noble and wife enjoyed a isit from his his Misses Edith and and his of who arrived Tuesday They returned home this forenoon and Noble and children accom panied Button returned Tuesday root Kansas where she had attended the funeral of her daughter She had ntended to stop at Omaha and visit her but was Informed the ill ness of her n and immediately came Charles of ar ived yesterday afternoon for a visit at he homes of his and He was accompanied by is of ame The gentlemen have been ookjng at some farm property north ast of Akron and may conclude to urchase and remove Elmer OBeilly went to Sioux City returning A new barn has been erected on the premises of Wall Paper closing out at big sacri fice to make room for other goods at Jenkins and visited Chatsworth friends between trains Bryant and Alvin King will get all the news through the TRIBUNE during the coming Masters Guy and of are guests at the home of their A flne boy was born to and Solomon Tuesday August aji the home of her and Mead has discontinued his drug store WestQeld and returned to He has a deal on the sale of stock to a party who will con tinue the business and Glezen and child of who had been guests at the Stoutenburg west of for several visited Akron friends yesterday before returning to their and of Kasota who are guests at the home of her and of visited over Sunday with Akron Hodge was formerly station agent at but is nowemployed as operator at the abovementioned John Dirks has rented for next season one of Sargents southwest of now occupied by It is an excellent piece of farm Dirks did the next best thing by subscribing for he declares the most newsy paper in this Arthur Baish arrived in Akron yesterday from at which place and at he has employed with the Willis Lumber since last He will work here for the Fullerton Lumber until the opening of when he will enter thu University of South at There occurred in Wednes day August at the German Lutheran the wed ding of Henry Dierksen and Miss Ma rina the ceremony being per formed by The grOotn is a son of and John Dierk of Preston The young couple will make their home on it farm five miles southeast of The TRIBUNE extends best wishes for their You will never find any othef pills so prompt and so pleasant as DeWitts Little Early Dolliver Appointed The senatorial contest came to an end yesterday when Governor Shaw appointed Dolliver as successor to the late Senator John The duties of this high and responsible olHce could not fall upon more capable and deserving shoulders than the brilliantyoung congressman from the Tenth whose wide experi ence and natural abilities set him forfh as the best all the candi Shaws choice is regarded as a very unselfish as the governor has been accused of having senatorial aspirations and there is no doubt but what the legislature will re new the appointment until his succes sor It will surprise you to experience benefit obtainedby using the dainty and famous little pills known as De Witts Little Early Akron Christian Cbuich to pastor of tbe First Christian church of Sioux will preach at the Akron opera house on Saturday and Sunday August 25 and at 8 and also on Sunday morning at The purpose of these services will be for the permanent re organization of the Christian church in Everyone is cordially in vited to attend the Mothers endorse children like old folks use We refer to One Minute Cough It will quickly cure all throat and lung   

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