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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - October 18, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                I THE AKRON VOLUME OCTOBER NUMBER Where do you buy your Groceries SSSJQ anoX noX op Local News Comings Doings Dining room girl wanted at the Oxford Famous Booth Oysters just received at Simeons meat Round and little daugh ter are reported quite ill with The finest line of Ladies and Misses Shoes in town at THE RACKET Remsen has fallen into line and is endeavoring to establish a free rural mail delivery Have you seen those new Ties at the RACKET STORE If you had better look at them before you Parke went to Sioux City yesterday for a short visit with a friend who is about to start for Eng Searls returned today from Sioux where she had been attending her Susie Carl during her i Pure Maple Syrup just received at Edgington Barr was a passenger to Sioux City on business this Glassware and and styles the the Akron Neil Robertson attended the Christian Endeavor convention at Le Mars last Mesdames Fields and Paul Wendt took a pleasant drive to Rich Tuesday The way our 45c heavy fleeced Underwear is going out is good proof of its superior RACKET proprietor of the Akron Department went to Sioux Falls and Canton on business yester returning t is lawful to shoot quail between November 1 and December The little birds are quite plentiful this fall and the writer saw one of them Hushed a block south of the main street in Akron the other Warm Blankets and Comforters at Akron Fine new of the latest in Sheriff Jerry Ryan of Union were in Akron this McCaffree is erecting a new barn on the southwest corner of the v Pollock went to Sioux City to day on business in connection with his office as justice of the The Adaville correspondent to the Merrill Record states that the postoflice at this has been dis Unclaimed letters in the Akron postotfice for the week ending October 13 are addressed to John Manslield 2 and Frank Miss Minnie aged eighteen a daughter of John of Preston died in LeMars on of typhoidmalaria The funeral was held yesterday at the Grant township Lutheran I 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 in your and get their value in trade at highest market Your patronage is respectfully Ladies and Gents Furnishing Dry Boots and Fresh Fine Located at Llnd Old full Akron Ladies Outing Night Dresses at TUB RACKET Fields departed Monday for Iowa points in the interests of the Ak ron Milling Earl Edgington and Will Sullivan went to Hawarden on the special this Miss Emma Finckney went to Ha warden last Saturday and is visiting at the home of her near Another invoice of Tin and Granite ware and other useful articles just re ceived and more on the BACKET Edgington have the best line of 5 and lOc Cigars in Al ways a large supply for sale by the box of the most popular After October will do all kinds of shoe promptly and at reasonable Leave me your r pastor of the Church of will preach in the church at the corner of Fourth and Reed Tuesday October at mi All are and Reed and of were guests at the home of his Van from Saturday until Reed is a railroad It is claimed that Henry of Grant township is the oldest voter in Plymouth He is eightyone rears of age and cast his first vote for Old Tippecanoe Harrison in A Hie of was a guest at the home of his on Tuesday and Wednes He departed yesterday afternoon or where he goes to benetlt his The infant daughter of and John died at Millnerville last the 13th of inflamtna lon of the The funeral was leld in Akron last Sunday and inter meat made in the cemetery will meet at the home of Slaughter next Monday October at 8 All members earnestly requested to is important business to con By order of Duck Coats at Akron Delicious Comb the City Burrill and son returned yesterday from a visit in Le Young enjoyed an overSunday visit from his of The Diamond Coffee is the best coffee in You will find it at THE RACKET came up from Sioux City on Monday to visit her and during this Miss Sena who had bee visiting her Myron Mud for some returned to he home at last Miss Edith of Rocky Ford who had been a guest of her sis departed Tues day for her She is visitin Sioux City relatives Jones will deliver th fourth of a series of lectures on Th Signs of the Times in their Relation t the Second Coming of at th Baptist church Sunday evening Lamoreaux went to Salix today accompanied by his who ha been visiting at his La moreaux is feeding 600 head of cattl on his farm northwest of Knudson came over from Avoi returning this after He is having some trouble it getting his elevator completed there as the contractor jumped the A masquerade ball and oyster sup per will be given at October Music by Collins Bros harp of Iowa Masks and suits for rent at Garland Redmond and Mist Mamie Gibbons today from a visit to Sioux and Mrs of that accompanied them here and will remain their guests a few The death of the 2yearold daughter of and Ken of Sioux occurred last Sun She was their only The parents have the sincere sympathy ol Akron friends in their bereavement Lillibridge expects to remove his family to this near where he is engaged in the cattle Akron will regret the de parture of these estimable but hopes their new home will be none the less Peter Neumann and and Koech departed Tuesday for Kansas The two gentlemen first mentioned will look over eastern Kansas land a view of and Keech take the trip for pleasure Edgington received yesterday the largest consignment of peanuts that ever came to Akron at one It consisted of twelve large containing pounds or about flfty Edgington always have them on and Monday afternoon Clark and Cilley performed an operation here for appendicitis upon the 14 yearold son of Solomon who re sides in the southwest part of the The boy is now being nursed at the home of Fred Myers and is getting along Last Sunday Searls lost a gold oval breast with white and blue between her home and that of John She values the pin highly on account of it being a Christinas present from her and will suitably reward the under for its The Akron Department store has a carload of Harvest King potatoes on track which are positively the finest ever brought to this Farmers desiring firstclass seed pota toes for next year should not fail to see Coasens and Harvest King inspect the John father of and Simeon and Hitzeman of residing thirteen miles in Sioux suffered a second stroke of paralysis on Wednesday of last His con dition is not improved today and the chances of his recovery are He is seventythree years of age and his health has been failing for three or four Simeon is one of the early settlors of Plymouth Underwear at Akron Oysters served in any style at City Fresh Oyster Real Estate lowest no at Farmers Loan Trust Co8 If your shoes need repairing leave them with All work The ladies of Dell have organized a McKlnley club of one hundred and flfty Howard McCorkell has sold bushels of potatoes on the Akron market this fall and still has lots of the tubers Use Iowas Beat or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with p We deliver AKUON MILLING Simeon returned last Saturday from Kansas where he at tended the grand lodge session of the Modern Brotherhood of He reports a very pleasant Landmesser drove to Hawar den last Saturday returning when he was accompanied home by his who had been a guest of friends there a few Miss Kate of was a guest at the home of her between trains She had been visiting her at of arrived in Akron the iirst of this week for an extended visit with his and Henry and other Frank Williams and Brady de parted Tuesday for a ten days visit with relatives and friends at Suther Sheldon and other OBrien county Newell Ogden and John Pendleton went to Sioux City today for the purpose of looking over some feeders in the stock yards These gentleman will feed cattle this We have a complete stock of Un in fact everything to keep you warm and Our prices and quality bear your careful RACKET The following real estate deals have been made recently in this vicinity Guy Chenoweth to lot block Bede Bare o Clarice block Peter Blum to nej Walter of Johnson arrived here today from Sioux where he has been receiving treatment or It was thought at one time he would lose his but killful treatment has spared him that misfortune and his eyes are now nearly Ruble returned last Thursday rom and is again a citizen of What he yill engage in here is not yet definitely Today Ruble and wife went to for a visit at he of her editor of the Si Willson went to Sioux City returning He has ciiepted a position as travelling sales man for the Detroit Drug Sundries nd will make his initial trip the rst of next Willson has ad a number of years experience in he drug which thoroughly quips him for his new line of e will at once become popular with he A special train from Sioux City to ioux Falls went through here this fternoon at About took advantage of the op ortunity to hear Marcus Hanna peak at Falls this he train returns after the Hanna makes an address in Sioux City omorrow morning between 7 and 8 going from there back into South James of re publican candidate for county arrived in Akron late this afternoon on his first campaign visit to this He is one of the prominent farmers of Liberty where he has resided for the past twentyseven He is a capable in every re spect and is maKing friends wherever he goes that will stay by He merits the vote of every man who de sires a continuance of efficient county ofiiue   

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