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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - September 6, 1900, Akron, Iowa THE AKRON TRIBUNE VOLUME SEPTEMBER NUMBER L Special Sale of Dry Goods Our ability to serve all the people in this community never so great as now Our yVlotto Sales Smith Close selling comes from close If we did not get we would not have them to offer Beginning on September and continuing until September we will have a SPECIAL SALE OF DRY GOODS at prices such as the people in this town and vi cinity have never We want you to take advantage of this This is advice you will is profitable to It matter not whether your Dry Goods purchases be large or if given the WE CAN SAVE YOU The amount we save you depends on the size of your We handle the celebrated Buttericlc READ 50 Pieces of Dress Goods WILL BE SOLD AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES 10 pieces of UptoDate Dress every yard worth 4 20c and Sale 10 pieces of Plain and Fancy Dress Goods worth 35c per Sale 10 pieces of Plain and Fancy Dress Goods worth 50c per Sale 39 10 pieces Henrietta and 45e Sale Price 10 pieces fine all worth 75c per Sale TOWN flND COUNTRY Toe Cream Edgington Outings and in large sup ply at Get your Paints and Oils for fall j painting at Harrington returned Monday from u visit in Sioux Must be soldi Price cuts no every roll Wall at Cobbs Jennie Mellen went to Hawar den this forenoon for a few days visit A number of Akron people are at tending the Plymouth County Holiness eampjneeting in LeMars this Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKBON MILLING The family of Edgington will imove into the Raish residence next It will afford them a most ipleasant and desirable One week from on Septem ber quarterly service will be held in the in charge of Pre siding Elder of Sioux formerly in the Akron is up Sioux City today on business as general agent for the Deering iraple Frank who had been a guest at the home of her returned Tuesday to Sioux accompanied by who is visiting there a few Chairman Pfaflle has an the democratic county con vention to be held in LeMara on Sat September The westend townships are entitled to the following representation 6 West 3j 3i 3 Clark and wife returned last Friday from attendance at the National and Sioux Valley also came back the same Lias remained for a more extended visit with Illinois and Hammocks very cheap to close out at All kinds of soft drinks on Edgingtori Dont fail to inspect the Jackets and Capes just received at Nobles Corn picking time is near at many fields now being ready for the A nice lot of Ladies uptodate Col lars and Ties just received at the Racket James who lives south west of departed Tuesday for Des a visit to Boden and children re turned Saturday to their home west of town from a visit with relatives at Masters Carl and sons of and Hv of the Hotel Ox went to Sioux City last Saturday for a few days Why does our trade increase so Because we treat all the same by giv ing them the best goods at the lowest possible Racket and Will who re side near departed from here Tuesday for for a visit of two weeks at the home of his Smiths class in the Sunday school very pleasantly sur prised her at her home last Friday The guests were entertained with games aud ice cream A most beautifjjl view of the new Catholic church and congregation was obtained by our photographic after the dedication cere on The pictures are now on sain at Franks Friends in Akron have this week re ceived Invitations to the wedding of Miss Charlotta Belle of and Arnold of New York to occur at the home of her James in Sioux at noon on They will be at home after October 25 at 11 West 106th New York Trm most sincere congratulations will be forthcoming from their friends Get your Preacriptiona filled at A fine line of New Jackets just re ceived at Crushed with ice cream and soda secretary of the unver sity at was an Akron visitor last v A bright baby girl gladdened the home of and four miles east of September Miss Maggie Shearer departed Mon day for having received word that her was quite ill at that Eelving and had been guests of her last Saturday to their home in Sioux Last Monday morning Barr Son began the work of moving the Stearns building to the school and on Tuesday in place on the south side of the Earl Edgington drove to Elk Point last Saturday expecting to meet of Sioux formerly ofthe Farmers Loan Trust companys bank who in tended to make an overSunday He was and could Freight Conductor of Sioux has presented to Station Agent Searls a fine fullblooded English mas which weighs 120 pounds and Is almost as strong as The ani mal will remain in the depot and its all day to the who trlea to infest his nocturnal Four gentlemen engaged in evan gelical aud gospel temperance work arrived in Akron yesterday and last evening appeared upon the a la Salvation with bass guitars and They stopped in Reed near the and to the crowd which sang aorae songs and gave spiritual testimony and Afterward they repaired to the church and held It is doubtful if their method of work is productive of much result in the smaller but such efforts in city slums do good Implement is just as so far as Dollars and Cents is conv any other time of the The lasting qualities and results to he obtained from a machine main points to be considered in implement These will stand that test against all competition Buckeye Corn Red Lons and Mor rison highlift Sulky and Gang Jones and Keystone Hay Buggies and eitave aiid Cedar RajaJda Batn arid Canton All these goods are sold by the Always Reliable Implement Finn of See the new Golf Capes at Nobles Houses for sale at all kinds of prices md See Miss May Moore was an overSunday of tier n Sioux See the New Dress Goods skirt and vaist stylish weaves and Noble to and Jonas War south of in Westlield a on Sep ember Miss Lotta of arrived in Akron yesterday for a ew days visit with She had ieeti a guest of Sioux City relatives or a couple of There will be no preaching at the iaptlst church next Sunday owing to herabsence of the pastor at in attendance at the Sioux Val yy Baptist All ither services as George Beck arrived Tuesday from and has accepted a po ition as clerk Beck Burriils lothing He is a brother of the enior a pleasant young gentleman and will prove popular with he stores During a severe thunder storm last an Elk 5oint buyer and prorninent eiti was struck by lightning and in tantly killed while walking along the treet in that He was a cousin f residing west of A fouryearold of nd in the south part of fell from a teeterboard one day his week and sustained a broken The fracture was made at the nd who was called in at pronounces it the most seri us injury of the kind that could ave Henry who was granted sixtyday leave of absence by the own council from his duty as deputy night engineer and watch departed today for where he will seek different employ ment during his Harry Webster has entered upon his duties as Boldens Christman arrived Tues day from to join his haabeen visiting at the home of her and and Cbcistraan went to Ver million today for a briefvisit with Christman is one of the proprietors of a large furniture estab lishment at the city that be came famous throughout the country on account of the immense lead min ing interests in its While engaged in spotting a car at the mill last Monday afternoon Wilbur Smith met with a painful ac The car had been started in the usual with and he stepped in front to stop it at the proper His bar slipped from the rail and the car continued in mo striking his forehead and knock lug him several The young man lay unconscious a few moments from the effects of the but soon regained his No injury was sustained except a bad bruise about three inches long on his the skin being aud he was abla to resume Hannan is over from the county seat on business The country schools of Portland township opened last Monday 1 See those new French Flannels for Waists before you Hacket Remember the Wall Paper and Hammock sale until all are at of Sioux conducted Christian ohurch services at the opera house Tuesday John Douglass enjoyed a visit from her Adam Sny of the irst of the Last Monday was Labor and the occasion would have passed un noticed had ft not been observed by the banks and of was looking after fathers property in terests in this vicinity the Intter part of last and the first of this Walter Brown and Marion Barr were added to the TIUHUNJSH rapidly increasing list of readers this There are others whom the publishers should be pleased to have follow their illustrious James Warren and Frank Gaskey expect to start overland tomorrow for vyhero rail building operations are boom Dan Meleher and Erl Ferris will start for the same place the first of next Peter Blum went to LeMars today to negotiate for a farm near having sold his place east of If hedoes not find a satisfactory deal over he has in sight a farm near Akron which he may The TiuuuNE hopes Blum will decide to remain in this John a painter and paper residingin the dwelling east of the opera left Akron early Tues day without settling with a number of creditors or making destination He had previously disposed of a portion of his property and some that was left in the house was attached for debt by Constable The supposition is that Coleman started for Misses Annie and Elvira Weiden feller came down from on Tuesday for a visit at the home of their To morrow they will return to ac companied by and Simeon who will make a weeks visit with rel atives Their goes with them and will attend the German parochial school during the A number of Akron people attended the Plymouth county fair in LeMars this and their reports of the af fair may be summed up as bad and live stock and poultry exhibits are said to be Very but the races and sports are designated as rather Some of the leading attractions adver tised are conspicuous by their There was a good attendance at the fair each day and the majority of the people probably found something to interest and amuse McCorkell and Paul of Akron and had fine poultry exhibits and Frank displayed a number of commendable photographic Republican caucus Monday Honry Barrett visited ovet Sunday with Wall Paper closing out at big sacri lice to make room for other goods at Real Estate no at Farmers Loan Trust who had beenvislHng her Lillibridge re to Sioux Falls The annual Baptist Sunday school picnic was held at Rosss grove Tues day and an unusually enjoyable timu is Major who had been a delegate to the convention at passed through Akron yesterday enroute to her home in Elk VLast Monday ture was crowding tho frost This weeks weather has been delight fully cool and refreshing after the pre vious two months of unusual who butf been visiting at the home of her par and departed yesterday for where her husband has opened a photo graph Miss Florence Waterbury was pleas antly surprised at her home last Mon day evening by a number of her young That day was her sixteenth birthday and the occasion was genuinely enjoyed by those Hans Barr returned this afternoon from a two monthsvisit with relatives at He had intended remain considerably but reports of excellent fishing in the Big Sioux was a temptation was unable to Mary Peterson departed Tuea day for accompanied by her Miss who rd enters school They compauied as far aa Hawarden Misses Hannah Sellberg and Alice Jones and and Putnam wife departed Tuesday for Marathon as delegates from Akron to the annual meeting of the Sioux Valley Baptisfi Jones delivers aa address this At the Portland township republi can caucus to be held next Monday tho oflicers to be in nomination are two long audi short term two justices of the two township and as sessor outside of incorporated town of The question of electing or1 appointing road supervisors will be de cided at a meeting of the board of trustees on Saturday there being some disagreement as to tho proper method of There svill occur a reunion of family of and Moore in Akron the coming at which all their children and their husbands aud wives will be Those who will attend from abroad are and of aud of Elk and of Dell and of The TRIBUTE pre diets it will be a most happy
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