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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - October 4, 1900, Akron, Iowa THE ispoof Anq noA op buy your Groceries OCTOBER NUMBER TOWM AND COUNTRY of LeMars was in town Monday Dining girl wanted at the Oxford Famous Booth Oysters just received at Simeons meat Agnes and Burnight vere business visitors to Mon Grandma Jordin returned today from an extended visit with her son at Park See the New Dress Goods skirt and waist stylish weaves and Noble Smith to LeMars on serving as oierk of the grand jury until Wednesday Miss Kate Close returned to Akron last Friday from where she had made an extended visit with her John of Dal this was deprived of bis speech by a stroke of apoplexy last also losing the use of his of was in town yesterday of A Ices was a busi ness visitor here Donovans Diamond Ds are the best 5c cigars put sells Kenaston and of Ha were in Akron on When you want Shoes call on Ladies to RACKET The law flrm of Argo of has been ter retainingthe Thermometers showed 85 degrees in the shade this r Hows this for XA son was born to and Andrew of Sioux Valley October Miss Belle whohas been ill withjtyphoid fever for three and critically HO during the past now slightly Wesley Smith returned yesterday from where he bad taken the teachers He visited friends in Sioux City Pure Fruit Jams at THE RACKET Frank Bly was a county seat caller Dont inspect the Jackets and Capes just received at Nobles Roy Pollock and Newell Williams attended court at LeMars on Lay in your eafly winter supply of Apples Edgington Co have a Attorney Hampton and Johnson were business visitors at the countyseat and of are guests at the home of her H We have one of the best lines of Underwear in town and at prices which defy RAOKET Mayor be came a benedict His bride was Miss Josephine of Murphy and children arrived Monday from South to visit her Murdock south of in Westfield Boyson Rossris a business visitor at Bulk Apples A carload A large line of Boys and Mens Sweaters at RACKET Akron Department Store After Your if it is obtainable with the inducement and guarantee of New Qopcls Honest Quality Low Wtf are here to supply your wants in the lines carry and save youj IDverythjng in store fresh and We will treat you right when you visit our you call sPecial line Mens Work Our Underwear ring in your and get their value in trade at highest market Your patronage is respectfully Ladies and Gents Furnishing Pry Boots and Fresh Fine Crockery at Lirid Co9 Old and a on October I Ladies and Mens Rubbers just received at THE RACKET Local physicians report much illness in there being several cases of typhoid fever Miss Olive goes Hart where she has ac cepted a position as clerk in A new dwelling is being ejected in the southwest part of town for mother of Henry Use Iowas Best or xxxx Hour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver dally AKRON who rented the Rich ardson farm southeast of townlast and who loft these parts rather suddenly last was in Akron last Barr departed for where she was called by sickness in her daughters The wife and two children are all seriously Mary of baa past week with hep Daniel and other relatives in this She departed yesterday for president the Labor ing CoOperative Life insurance of Sioux was in Ak ron the latter part of last week assist ing who represents the company Very seldom it is tht our genial laysdown in but be has not been In his usual good health for a day or this afternoon was compelled to take to bis He complained of a soreness and aching over his entire NThe hppes he Bud speedy XMosquitos are seldom so plenty in October as at the present They are more annoying now than at any other time this They of an exceedingly bloodthirsty variety and are very to man and Outings and in large sup ply at Latira Hall was a LeMars business visitor Attorney Hampton transacted business at Orange City last i Real Estate lowest no at Partners Loan Trust Cos Batchelder and wife moved into the Sargent on Mill street tyist Maud Phillips parne down from Sioux Falls on to visit her ChaSi A 12pound son arrived at the home of and of Chats this Thursday JS arid Rhodes became the parents of a fine 10pound daugh ter dn October Tim RACKET STOKE is headquar for everything in line at prices Which careful buyers never City carnival has had a tendency to affecttrade in Akron this week and our businessmen report business rather Sale Bills andall other kinds of Job Printing properly produced at the TRIBUNE its new under the Akron Savings Since Henry has been seriously ill at his home northwest of His advanced age and feeble condition tender his recov ery Alfred Waterbury of arrived here last Saturday and visited his other relatives until He had been on a busi ness trip to Wm Kidd and her sisterin of de parted for a weeks visit wit relatives in about fifteen miles west from Elk Waterbury is reportei somewhat at the Joseph Sioux She will prob ably be brought home to strength before an operationis and of Greene who have been guests of thei uncle and and AVm and other termi nated their visithere this IT WAS A OPENING REPUBLICAN RALLY SATURDAY A Large and Enthusiastic Gathering Splendid Speeches by Scott and Music by Band and Republican Deputy Sheriff torney Mi of JieMarsVai in Akron today on business said to b in connection with a divorce case tha will come up at this term of distric A Harvest Thanksgiving gatherinf Will be held at the Baptist church nes Thursday evening October The Ladies Aid will serve suppen from oclock and a program wit Jones is delivering a series o lectures Sunday evenings on The Signs of the Times in Their Relation to the Second Coming of Sep ond lecture of the SundaN evening at residing wes of o departed Monday evening for for a visit of sev oral weeks with Stout enburgyisijted LeMars friends Monday At the coming November 6 the cltsens of will vote on thi question of whether the city counci shall grant to Hinds and his as signs a franchise to construct a heat ing plant from a central station in Le While playing at the school grounds son of James Ross fell and broke his left arm at the which is considered a serious CUley was called in at The lad was taken to his home Hurlbut editor of the West field was in town He expects suspend publication of bis paper f OP a couple of weeks in order to catch up with a large amount of other business on He has been giving Westfield a good local paper but business men do not extend the the enterprise beast The weather is principally responsible for their multitudinous and the flrst sharp frost will put a quietus ou the little Attorney Des the first of this week to take the required state examina writes his Wm that passed Kidd Is a graduate of laMr depart ment of theUniversity at Ann will remain in Akron is at the service of prospec tive A TRIBUNE reporterbegan keeping tab on Sioux City carnival visitors from Akron and vicinity last but soon found he had an elephant his It have been an Scores have gone each and it is estimated the special and regular trains con veyed ovtir a hundred persons from here yeaterday and about same ifutnber The Qarnival IB con sidered a crowds being in The daily pa rades are but outside of this feature the people are expected to create their own One thing is with and this is that Akron visitors are not re turning loaded with goods purchased I of Sioux City The attendance at the first republi can rally of the campaign of 1900 at the opera house last Saturday was up to the est Quite a number of ladles were every available seat was occupied and the rear of the hall was packed with standing An audience was never more and enthusiasm was intense at The Akron band gave a brief but pleasing concert on the street pre fatory to the speaking and also played a couple of selections in front of the opera Township Chairman Fields presided over and called the meeting to and the Republican Male Octette sang a selection which was well The Jrst speaker intro duced wfls of whose witty and pertinent fifteenmin ute address pleased his listeners to the extent that they were loath to have him take his Appreciation of his effort was expressed by frequent After another selection by the of was pre For threequarters of an hour he held the strictest attention of his giving one of the most com prehensive and impartial outlines of the issues of a campaign that has ever been heard He made no attempt at but portrayed the fulfilled promises of the republican party In 1896 as against the shattered predictions of the His delinition of the present policy in regard to trusts and sound money was concise and exactly to the Both demo crats and republicans agree that better campaign fpeech has ever been delivered Another to McKinley and By the created much Chairman Fields then the last speaker of the FrerJ at a disadvan tage from the fact of the ground hav covered by his using his own up the The man ner which Sargent handled the Porto Rican tariff washighly meritaripuBv the young Hasinsight into great economic questions upon which he touched and his ability to intelligently present them clearly proven in course of his the fullest expectaV tionsof his many He several good stories to aid in bringing out points sustaining Frequent and prolonged applause punc his The octette the meeting with an Among re publicans there prevailes the satisfac tion that the work was pro ductive of much and Cain left forenoon for a weeks visit with rela tives near Henry Hoi den is Wearing the and upholding the dignity of the citys peace during Cains Mesdames and B Wintersteen entertained schoolclasses at the Baptist paj last Saturday were the afternoon speW games and a splendid time was en by The Good Templars will njejet October room lately vacated by the over A full attend ance is desired to decide on place of Chief There begins on theTRIBUTES in side pages this week a new continued Wedded fdt by hat popular The inside pages are filled with general news and miscellaneous mat er of an interesting McCaffree returned yes terday from attendance at the North west Iowa District leld at The members of his longregation ace pleased to know that in Akron and ty wilt be extended through another Hilliker Son have erected two VQOdmanse windcallls during the past a 40foot tower for Mellen md a 60foot tower for heir farms west of townThey mso old 3 Star windmill to Newell These are all wood tower wind oills and give the best of Peter Fulton and little who had been visiting relm and friends in this vicinity for hree departed yesterday eve ling from LeMars for her home near 1 Fulton a graduate but has been residing on iia which be will probably sell ud locate at some point in the west o engage in his They the wishes I numerous
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