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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - September 13, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME NUMBER Special Sale of Dry Goods to serve the people in this community was never so great as now Our SaleaJ Smal 1 Profits I Burgees 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 defends on the size of your We handle the celebrated Butterick READ 50 Pieces of Dress Goods WILL BE SOLD AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES Implement is just as sofar as Dollars is con as at any other time of the The lasting qualities and results to be obtained from a machine are points to be considered in implement These will stalffl that test against all competition Buckeye Corn Red Lone and Mor rison highlift Sulky and Gang 10 pieces of UptoDate Dress every yard worth 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 45c Sale 10 pieces fine all worth 75c per Sale I TOWN ANDCOUNTRY 1 tee Wilbur Smith visited in Sioux City from Monday until sold Price guts no every roll of Wall at Cobbs Reifsnyder went to Sheldon where a big fair is in pro greiss this Miss Nettie Hall returned yesterday from Sioux where she has been employed in the Seymour Iowas Best or xxxk Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed ordlers with We deliver AipioN MILLING Miss Louise Thode who has been visiting friends and former schoolmates inAkron for several retiurned to Vermillion XThere occurred the marriage of Bnrt Hasbrook and Miss Stella McLain at the home of the brides in Union this on Mon September lledmond returned from LeMars and was accompanied to Akron by Attorney who has since looked some business matters being a guest at the Red mond home in the Peter residing northeast of returned last week from a landseeking trip into Nobles Next Tuesday he will start ori another trip into Minnesota and will look over the country west of Minne On Sniith re turned from North and expects to remain She had in tended to stay there several weeks but the illness of one of her sons with malarial fever caused her earjlier Two deaths from diphtheria have oc curred in this county of aged eleven on August and Ntc a Meadow township aged twentyeight after a briel on September Precautions against of the disease have been Hammocks very cheap to close out at Dont fail to inspect the Jackets and Capes just Nobles Alsop Wakeman went to Sioux City yesterday for a few days visit A nice lot of Ladies uptodate Col lars and Ties just received at the Rackec residing near arrived in Akron today on her return from a visit with her daugh tdr in of Sioux deputy grand master of the is in Akron for a few working in the interests of that Walter Bennejt came up from today accompanied by her who has been visiting her for some She returns to hes home at next In the TRIBUNES list of students last week who will attend college abroad year the names of Nick Sellberg and John Kerr were inadvert ently The former will re turn next week to the State University at Iowa to resume his medical and the latter has gone to Omaha to enter a college of his and Bert Smith went to Sioux City last where they attended the ceremony of dedica ting the new Morningside college buildingt erected at a cost of 22 during the past The two young gentlemen last named remained at Morningside and will reenter the Agent Searls has been advised to make a correction in regard to the baseball game to be played before the excursionists at Yank S next Instead of contesting with the Yankton the Sioux Falls Canaries and the Flandreau Indians will engage in a supreme struggle for the championship of South Each team has won an equal number of games from tvhe other and this game will decide the hdlder of the The Akron band will probably go on this A fine line of Jackets just re ceived at N Crushed with ice cream and soda and Harry Webster have moved into the dwelling east of the opera who has been visiting her returned today to Elk Miss Mary who been a guest the home of her returned yesterday to of who is visiting her of was a guest at the home of and Boy son Ross yesterday and XA straw vote taken on the Cham DM excursion train which passed through Akron last Sunday re sulted in a majority of eightyfour for McKinley out of 283 votes The wind still seems to be in the right di departed yester day for where he will be a guest of bis John for about two Hopkins is warden of the state peni tentiary in which are confined 300 He visited relatives in Akron and vicinity about three weeks Joseph a native of delivered a lecture at the church Tuesday evening on the Land of the Lion and the treating of its their manner of courtship and Kpshaba is a grad uate of McAllister and is about to take a medical course in and Slaughter and children returned Tuesday from an joyable visit with his mother at the old homes who had been acting as administrator of his fathers estate managed to close all matters in relation thereto on also looking after the con struction of a large barn on the On their return the family stopped off at Clinton and having a very pleasant visit with Jones and Keystone Shredders and Keystone Hay Cyclone Washing Buggies and Stavei and Dempster Cedar Rapids Bain and Canton Wagons Air these goods are sold by the Always lleliable Implement Firm of WcCORKELL All kinds of soft drinks on Edgjngton Edgington and family are moving into the Kaish residence See the Newpress Goods skirt and waist weaves and Nibble Quarterly services at the church next in charge of presiding Miss Madeline Eyland j returned Monday from where she had been a guest at the home of her s Lias and who had at tended the National encamp ment in Chicago and afterwards en joyed a visit with relatives and friends at and ar rived home ast nights heavy rain considerable damage to fences and other in the The bottoms on the Dakota be here and Elk were all under water coming from an overflow Another big washout occurred at toe west end of Reed in which had been re paired only a Stearns departed Monday for where she will make her future home with her It was with many regrets that Stearns left the town in which she had resided for a dozen years and formed so many pleasant as and she will not fail to visit Akron friends as often as circumstan ces band concert last Saturday eve ning was decidedly the best of the and a longer program than usual was The acquisition of two good making a total of sixteen put the volume and life into the music which has heretofore not been quite up to because of the lack of lead What will probably be the last open air concert of the season will be given qn Saturday night of this instead of Tridjiy as stated in these columns last Get your Paints and Oils for fall painting at See those new French Flannels for Waists before you Racket Remember Jhe Wall Paper and Hammock sale until all are at Mesdames Shedd and Newell Williams returned today from a visit with relatives at Wade attended divine worship at last and visited his formerly an Akron The Racket store has just received a supply of the famous Blue Ribbon brand of 20cent Try a pack if not get your money Miss Lotta who had been a guest Akron returned to Sioux City last where her marriage to Arnold of New occurs next at her brothers Miss Josie Agnes departed last Fri day f6r Council to re enter Francis Her Miss Gertrude who had been her guest for several also re turned to hfir home in Sioux Redmond have opened an oillce in the Akron Savings bank on the second in the room occupied by Alfred Water where they will conduct their real loan and collec tion They will be pleased to have their friends and customers look them up in their new Father Sullivan drove to Le accompanied by last from which place he took the train for He will enjoy a rest and vacation of three weeks by visiting relatives there and at other points in the His arduous work attending the building and completion of the new church and residence here during the past six months justly entitle Father Sullivan to the and the TBIBUNB hopes the trip may be replete with Outings and in ply at Wall Paper closing out at big sacri fice to make room for other goods at Heal Estate lowest no at Farmers Loan Trust Wintersteen went to Sioux City on business yesterday returning Miss Ethel was a guest of Kennedy the latter part of last week and over English returned yesterday from a few days visit with his wife at the Samaritan Sioux City She is improving very Millneryijle item in Merrill Record John Simeon has sold his Sioux town ship formand will soon move to ron to The was sold ifipr per the Christian min of Sioux conducted services Tuesday evening in the old recently vacated by the Catholic peo The meeting well which indicates a growing interest in the The services will be held at the same place next on Tuesday beginning at The date for the revival meetings has been made for the month of possibly beginning the last week in In the mean regular weekly meetings wilfrbe held each Tuesday to which all are cordially Alfred Waterbury and three1 children returned to Akron last Friday from They went there to live only a few weeks ago WateVbury having been there for some but found a good house unob rent high and the water so they decided to come back to enjoy the betteradvantages the town affords and also allow their children to receive the benefit of the excellent course of instruction to be secured in our public They again reside in the Dunn and their many friends welcome their f OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT flkron Gash Department The attention of the people of Akron and surrounding country is respectfully called to the opening of this new store on SEPTEMBER An invitation is extended to every one to call and examine the fine new stock of goods and become ac There will be found a complete line of Dry Boots and Fresh Crock ery and Everything Needed in the A Special Line ol Mens E veryDay The Akron Cash De partment Store is here to Its proprietor iias no hired help to pay he has thorough knowledge of the and knows that lowest prices on best goods will bring him the Located at LJnd Old CASSEN8   

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