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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - October 11, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                OCTOBER BURGESS Where do you buy your Groceries Anq op SMITH NUMBER TOWN ftND GOMTRY Dining raoin Oxford girt wanted at the Famous Booth Oysters just received at Simeons meat Grandma Wilson is visiting at the of her son in Glassware and and styles the the Akron to and A tenpound Wednesday October John Lindsey and of have been visiting friends in vicinity this A warm bunch of specialties at the bouse by the Lyceum Theatre company in their great farce A Hot O14 Be sure and see Qrlgra i was a guest at the home of his niecei ttie first of this having been re turning from a visit with his daughter He departed Tuea for his home at Ladies Capes at Akron Finest Cooking Apples in town at the City Miss Winnie of Rich was a guest of Kennedy last A Hot Old Time By the Lyceum Theatre At the Opera House Monday October Miss Edith Boot returned Tuesday to her studies at Morniugside Sioux having visited since Satur day at her and who reside on the Lillibridge north west of became the proud par ents of a son on Tuesday October The third of the series of Jones lectures on The Signs of the Times in Relation to the Second Com ing of Christ will giyen at the Baptist church next Sunday at v of those wonderful sometimes happens thearrival of this forenoons passenger train three minutes ahead of From one to five hours late will be the program for about six months Jams atTHE RACKET Pure Fruit Warm Blankets and Comforters at Akron Dept Laudmesser went to Ha Warden this forenoon for a few days visit with Sargent came up from Sioux City this His health is much improved over a few weeks We have one of the best of Underwear in town and at prices which defy competition TDK RACKET Agnes went to where cries a big auction sale of highgrade men tion of which was made in these col umns last Frost got action in good shape last Sunday and Monday It was cold enough the night to form a thin coating of icej on water standing in who has made an enjoyable three weeks visit here with relatives and departed afternoon for her home at Cen She will stop at Minne enroute and visit at the Tryon Akron Were After Your if it is obtainable with the inducement and guarantee of New Goods Honest Quality Low We are here to4 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 ring in your and get their value in trade at highest market Your patronage is respectfully Ladles and Gents Furnishing Pry Boots and Fresh Fine Located at Llnd Old CASSEN8 Akron of Ha is a guest of A large line of Boys and Mens Sweaters at THE RACKET Richardson and Mar of were in town Joe of was shopping and visiting in Akron on Young has decided to open a lunch counter in bis pool hall as soon as the weather gets C Hilliker and Cbamber lin went to LeMars yesterday to attend a Masonic school of Burgess is enjoying a visit from her Miss Edith of Rocky who arrived here last Jacob Ruble arrived in Akron late this afternoon from bringing twenty head of cattle that were fed on his fathers rangenear The township trustees are having constructed at the cemetery a tool 14x16 feet in This is an improvement that has been badly needed there for a long Bradley is doing the Last the large plate glass window in the west front of Anderson Barrs saloon was broken couple of fellows in a drunken It proved a rather jag cost ing nearly to make good the The front is now awaiting the arrival of the of democratic candidate for county has interviewing voters in this lo cality the past few The boys say he carried a good brand of election FarreU been elected three times and defeated twice for the attorneyship in this so be ought to be well versed in the art of approaching and giving voters a good con John of Rocky has been a guest of his Henry west of and his of Ak ron during the past See man resided in Akron about four years being engaged in the harness business with He now conducts a fruit farm in Colorado and also indulges quite extensively in the bee having 101 hives of the busy Before com ing to Akron he visited his brothers at Eau and and his who had been stopping with them at those came here with hijn and will spend the winter at the Duck Coats at Akron is up from Sioux City Delicious Comb the City The leaves on Akrons many beauti ful shade trees are rapidly Real Estate lowest no at Farmers Loan Trust Cos Miss Freddie OReilly has accepted a position in the store of Burgess of is a Ruest at the home of her Isaac of is lookingafter property interests here this week TJIK KACKKT STOKE is headquar ters for everything in their at prices which careful buyers never The democrats will hold a campaign rally at Westfield eve the Mi of Le will A meeting of the Akron Telephone association will be held at the office of Agnes next Tuesday October All members are requested to be present and Kennedy will de part tomorrow for a visit of two weeks Swith relatives and friends in Floyd At Osage they will meet a nephew and bride on their wed ding and who had been guests of the families of their and departed last Monday for their home near Ash after an enjoyable Levi Cross drove them to and Henry will soon their residence at Reed and Fifth recently va cated by Their will reside with Waterbury is so far recovered from his severe ill ness of last week as to be able to be The TJptoDate club held its first meeting of the season last evening at the home of and It proved a very interesting bccasiom The members anticjmte that themeet ings of 19001901 will be more profit able and entertaining than have oc curred in the history of the Any person in Akron or for the flrsfrcandidate for presidentof the presentday republican may re upon Chairman a handsome silk Fremont There are known at least two men in voted for Kendall and grandfather of the TBIBIJNE Holden and Burrill were called to LeMars on Tuesday as witnesses the trial of Ben Keuen in district The jury was still out on the case when the gen tlemen returned their verdict is not yet known Neuenhues plead not guilty to the charge of assault with intent to commit murder upon the per of The other prison ers indicted by the grand jury plead guilty and will receive their Kendall is in receipt of a letter from Miss Bertha whose mothers mind became while in Akron last The young lady says herself and mother arrived at on Tuesday of last her father overland from Missouri Rice was taken board of ex aminers who declared her in She was placed in the county hospital and the officials wijl decide whether she will be committed to the South Dakota state asylum or sent back to a Missouri drove to LeMars last going from there to Sioux 3ity by She had been advised1 of the accidental death of her Abner last while he was working on the railroad near Thompson lived at LeMars until a few months when be removed to Sioux His Clara has made numerous visits to and her many friends here will extend sympathy in her sad and sudden She may hereafter make her home here with her with whom she lived several years in Yesterday afternoon a fellow in a terrible state of intoxication created consternation among women and children in the south part of 3e finally wound up on the rear door step of Mayor Slaughters residence and would have entered the kitchen tad door been speedily Slaughter was and he ook the individual down meet ng with resistance at every The mayor turned the roan over to Fred tJurnett 4nd Schaefer while he secured the jail and they took the lellow on where he was locked up for safe keeping over He chose to give the name of Hogan n mayors court and was fined for being drunk and He was without cash and is working out his Ine on the streets today under Com noissipner Underwear at Akron of HawardenJ tran sacted business here The Masonic lodge holds a special meeting tomorrow Friday Oysters served in any style at City Fresh Oyster Hyde Bundy are over from the county seat on business Ladies and Mens Rubbers just received at THE KACKKT Dont fail to see A Hot Old Time at the opera house on October Lillibridge came down from where he is en gaged in the cattle Oscar of SiouX arrived here today to visit over Sunday at the home of and Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver daily AKHON MILLING have sold nearly the entire carload of fine winter apples on track here during the past There were 529 bushels of apples in the Miss Mary daughter of Dan of was declared insane at LeMars last Monday by the board of She will be taken to the Clarinda asy lum for Street Commissioner Stoel has conv pleted a substantial 22foot street crossing of SiouxFalls stone at Third and Dakota Another crossing of the same material will be laid at Third and Keed County Auditor Kistle was an Ak ron visitor last Saturday in the inter est of his candidacy for a second term in that Kistle meets with nothing but goodrwill and enftpurug ment in his No more capa obliging or deserving citizen than he ever held office in this Miss Ella of spoke to a goodsized and appre ciative audience at the church last Friday her subject being War and The lady came down from Ha warden and again spokp in the church Sunday Sfins Moffat is a veif able and entertaining an Ji son were Sown fiom Ha warden j making arrangements for presentation Hot Old the opera house nextMonday Qctobty Under the direction of these gentlemen the play is sure to The Lyceum Theatre headed bjfc Messrs Fanbrother and will hold forth at the opera house on Monday October present ingfor the firsttime in this city the funniest of farce in three entitled A Hot Old If you wish to have a dont fail see this fine enter Prices 25 and Reserved seats at Cobbs drug In the course of a few days Miss Minnie Coles father and mother will arrive from make Akron their visited here last yew with her daugh at the home of her and greatly pleased with our and Cole will re side in Biddlecomes house on Reed and a portion of household goods have already Reuter returned yesterday from a weeks visit with bis parents at the old His wife and Marion who ac companied will remain there un til the last of this Keuter had a good was glad get back into Iowa that one cannot appreciate the climate and other advantages of north western Iowa until they go to southern Postmaster Muhs has received fifty galvanized iron mail boxes which were given as premiums to Sioux Qity Journal subscribers along free rural mail route Delivery of mail on route begins next the by Carrier There will be two drop boxes oa the from which the carrier will collect mail to be The proposed route running southwest from Akron and al so the one to run northeast are now be ing thoroughly They practically Jones came down yester day afternoon from He has rented bis tine farm near there and was looking over our town today with a view of locating in Akron if anything favorable Jones would a most desirable citi zen and the TBIBVNK hopes he may find suitable inducements to come here with bis family and permanently Speaking with regard to po litical matters says things are getting lively in South He was a strong Bryan man in but declares the present conditions are good enough for He also marked that he new a dozen wen in iia neighborhood who voted as be did four years but they are now ar dent advocates of McKinleys proa Verity   

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