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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - September 27, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                SEPTEMBER NUMBER A Cold is looked for most any old time and you will do well to make early provision of good warm winter clothing for the protection of your body against the freezing By doing so you may save a doctors bill and severe We are offering special induce ment this fall in all especially in Never before have the people of this community had op portunity to select from such a fine and extensive line of Underwear as we carry this and the low prices set on these goods are simply UNDERWEAR SPECIALS Mens Heavy Fleeced Underwear Mens Heavy Fleeced Wool Ladies Fine Quality 256 Ladies Extra Quality CAf Big Line of Cloaks will soon be thea watch for unprecedented bargains in that ONE PRICE CHEAP TOWN ftND COUNTRY Republican Pure Fruit Jams at THE RAOKKT x Thede a passenger to Sioux City this Must be soldi Price cuts no every roll of Wall at Cobbs When you want Shoes call on Ladies to RACKET Putnam and children went to Sioux City today for a visit with her and Paullin and of were guests at the home of her from Friday until Frank returned last Saturday from where he had display of his artistic and highclass photographs on exhibition at the Clay county r Lou Dalgleish came down from Chatsworth this He states that work has begun on the new cream ery there by who started the Ruble and Mlllnerville in this A aeries of Sunday evening lectures will be given at the Baptist church by the first to occur the coining Sunday at The subject will be Signs of the Times Their Relation to the Second Coming Delbert and Fern went to Sioux on Waterbury was taken seriously ill at the home of her Warren was called and found that ait operation was She will be taken to the Joseph hospital there tomorrqw or Saturday for that The earnest prayers of Mrs Waterburys raapy friends will be for her ultimate v Station Agent Searlswas the happy recipientTuesday of a dozen fine blue wing teal ducks from his friend Fred agent for the Northwestern road at Adams learned telegraphy under Searls here years and lie is a nephew of and the former also receiving a nice mess of The ducks were killed near Blunt by another and Louis both of were in Akron last the former buying the Ben Gerdes The two gentlemen bagged fortytwo two hours Outings aud in large sup ply at Famous Booth Oysters just received at Simeons meat Listen to Scott and Fred at the opera Saturday All Sunday evening services in the Baptist and churches now begin a half hour the New Dress Goods skirt and waist stylish weaves and Noble Cilley went to In as a delegate to the Eighteenth district W T yes s Wesley Smith went to Sioux City this aftwnoon for a few days visit with friends at where he attended college last Jv of is an Akron business visitor He is agentfor a reliable with which make the new Catholic church and parsonage are of has been a guest of Akron relatives and friends during the past Ruble will arrive here the first part of October and open a stock of groceries in the rear end of Cobbs drug They will again reside in and Mellen were Le Mars visitors last accompanied by his and and of who are visiting They Mellen to on Houghion is a farmer and thinks this Big Sioux Valley is all Make it a point to attend the repub lican rally Saturday evening of this week at the opera of and Fred whom everyone knows are splen did They will make a fair and square presentation of political You will be well no matter what your belief may Go early and get a good Walker and of and and Hay of Sioux arrived here last Saturday for a visit with the families of and Wheaton Tremaine and Tremaine is an uncle of Hay ward and Hay ward and Kendall were comrades in Company 114th New during the and they had a splendid and Hayward returned to Sioux City on and today and Tremaine and and Walker departed for to visit the corn Get your Paints and Oils for fall painting A large line of Boys Mens Sweaters at THE RACKET Miss Marena Hall went to yesterday to visit relatives and Real Estate lowest no at Farmers Loan Trust Harry Fields went to Sioux City yesterday on business for the re turning Kennedy goes to Sioux City next Tuesday as a petit juror in the United States federal Kennedy will accompany The opening gun of the campaign in Akron will be fired Saturday evening of this at the opera Good speaking and sing Attention Js called to the auction sale notice of published in another Sale to be held at his farm three miles southeast of Akron on October Raish will remove to Elk Point in the John Gear returned today from a stock buying trip to South Dakota He says that over has been raised in that state to pay Bryan for his speeches the coming week in bis endeavor to counteract the en thusiasm created by Roosevelts recent visit Reuter and family will de part the first of next week for a visit at Mount his parents his aged mother being expected to live only a short They will go by way of Omaha and At the latter place Reuter will attend an implement dealers convention and visit the The Christian churdh people are now planning to begin their revivals Tuea October having regular service on the intervening Tuesdays as except October when Elder Wick ham cannot be Sermon jeot for next Tuesday evening Gods Remedy for Hard It will in terest Come at instead instead of 8 and Mrs James Wiutersteeu re turned yesterday from a three weeks visit to eastern Winter ateen is most favorably impressed with the country and its adaptability for certain agricultural fruit growing and stock He says the spil is very productive when prop erly worked and that a goad farm may bo purchased at par lntersteeu will go down there again next mcfkth and complete arrange ments to locate in thu Sunflower is just as so far as Dollars and Cents is con as at any other time of the The lasting qualities and results to be obtained from a machine arc main points to be considered in These will stand that testagainst all competition Buckeye Corn Red Lone and Mor rison highlift Sulky and Wlowers and Keystone Shreddera emd Keystone Hay Loaders Cyclone Washing Buggies and Staler and Dempster Cedar Rapids BalH and Canton All these goods are sold by the Always Reliable Implement Firm of Hammocks verycheap to close out Clark took this afternoons brain for Sioux Dont fail to inspect the Jackets and Capes just received at Nobles Wall Paper closing out at big sacri fice to make room for other goods at proprietor of the Ak ron Department went to Sioux City today to purchase new goods You willdo well to see our line of Duck Coats and Underwear for men andboys before you RACKET Brady and family visited Vermillion relatives and attended thu Cluy count fair last returning home the first of this of Sioux and Stephen of and from Friday until The Twelfth district convention the Womans Relief corps was held in LeMars last Fiftyeight visiting delegates were An excellent dinner supper f was pro The band boys have presented to of their director and instructor during the past a line gold ring with opal as a slight token of ap preciation of his efficient The jovial candidates for county office have begun to make theircam paign Ytsterday afternoon and today of re publican nominee for and of repub lican candidate for were calling on Akron friends and making new ac They will make a honorable effort for election this and both gentlemen are worthy and deservingof Fred Sargent came up from Sioux City on Tuesday to look after business matters for his who is somewhat Sargent will remain here over having been engaged to make a political speech in the opera house Saturday along with of Le Sargent has greatly im proved himself in oratorical ability since speaking here four years and was then considered an unusually able logical All our people are anxious to hear him at the present A fine line of New Jackets just re ceived at Willson was a passenger to Sioux City on Remember the Wall Paper and Hammock sale until all are at We have one of the best lines of Underwear in town and at prices which defy RAOKKT John of was in Akron arranging to dispose of his lunch room fixtures stored in the Savings bank Bidcllecome arrived home today from a visit of several weeks at Her aud from Cedar Iowa are guests at her E Betls and of of of at the Kendall i House on Tuesday add Wednesday respectiv The next regular meeting of the will occur As this will be the last meeting before grand chapter a good attendance is JULIA of Sioux whohas been working here a couple in the interests of the is expert electrician and some of our citizens have been conferring with him in regard to the establishment of an electric lighting plant in The TRIBUNE holds the opinion that indi vidualownership of an electric plant could not be profitably conducted in a town of this but that the most prctical method would be for its opera in connection with the waterworks The matter is open for dis sion by anyone through the TRIBUNES Grandfather who baa made his home with and Neil Robertson during the past five departed yesterday for New to spend the winter with son whom he had not seen in twentyfour Cook is eightyfour years of enjoys health and re tains his faculties to a remarkable de He reads the is well posted on current events and takes a decided interest in Cook has been a resident of Plymouth county twenty years and atone time engaged in his trade as a carriage painter at The TRIBUNE wishes him a safe journey and a most pleasant Fresh Booth brand Simeons Have a cigar Try a Diamond D at Most popular 5o cigar Ladies and Mens Rubbers just received at THE RACKET THE RACKET STORE is headquar ters for everything in their line at prices which careful buyers never Murtin departed today for where he has two sons in and may stay with them during the Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING of Dallas returned his home after a pleasant visit here with his and other The republicans will open the cam paign of 1900 in Akron with a vim on Saturday evening of this at the opera The speakers Will be Scott and Fred Everybody requested to and es pecially those of the opposite political Feeders for About 200 head of good feeders for sale at Burnights stock across the by TIM Late News Judge was nominated for congress yesterday by tho republicans of the Tenth Iowa Roosevelt was assaulted by a crowd of roughs while making an address at Tho governor was struck in the breast with a but was protected from further violence by a body of Rough Riders accompanying It has at last been decided to raise tho wreck of the battleship At James Howard was fouod guilty of complicity In the assassination of Goebel ami sen tenced to Sioux county republicans nominated the following ticket yesterday DeMotts Browster county ToPaske John There are no signs of abatement in tho Pennsylvania coal Both sides are equally Akron Department Store Were After Your if it is obtainable with the inducement and guarantee of New Goods Honest Quality Low We are here to supply your wants in the lines we carry and will save you Everything in our store is fresh and We will treat you right when you visit our and youll call Special line Mens Work Get Into Our Underwear liT Bring in your and get their value in trade at highest market Your patronage is respectfully t Located at Llnd Old Ladies and Gents Furnishing Dry Boots and Fresh Fine   

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