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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - November 1, 1900, Akron, Iowa THE AKRON VOLUME NOVEMBER NUMBER Mens Mens Good each Mens Heavy per pair 50c Mens Fine per Ladles from to Ladies Cloaks from to Misses Jiilssiesf Guilds GMcls Jackets BURGESS SMITH Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Vests and each Ladies Vests and each See Mens Under shirts and each Mens Under shirts and each Local News Qolngfi Doings Buy your Window Glass at Dining room girl wanted at the Oxford of was a business visitor in Akron mother of Putnam was quite ill the be ginning of the The way our 45c heavy fleeced Underwear is going out is good proof of its superior RACKET J Mrs Blanche Taylor returned Satur day to after a visit at the home of her and Frank Palm went to last returning and ac companied by his wife wbo had been visiting relatives Youngstrom had charge ot the Bank of Chatsworth the first of this Cashier Brunskill having been Called to on Saturday by the illness of his his wife being there on a Akron lady nad fresh lettuce and radishes her table last just picked from her This does not often occur on the 24th day of but a second crop of vege tables and fruits has been general in northwestern Iowa this Underwear at Akron Pure Maple Syrup just received at Edgington Frank McDonald and daughter Mag wereAkron Glassware and and styles the the Akron John Gear went to on cattle business last Pollock went to the same point on Miss Elizabeth Seeman arrived this afternoon for a visit at the home of her Henry Manning north west of The members of Collins harp spent Sunday in having playedfor a big dance at Garland on Saturday Among people yester day was observed as All Souls today as All Saints and tomorrow as another holy Services have been held here in Patricks All days are observed as holi Kennedy and Miss Min nie Cole are making arrangements tp open a school of vocal and instrumental music in It is their intention to have a downtown studio and give lessons at the convenience of ladies are splendidly equipped for the work of instructions and their pro ject is receiving deserved Warm Blankets and at Akron Miss Eva Lillibridge was an Elk visitor last of LadiesV Miflaes Shoes in town at TJIE RACKET residing southeast of has had a very bad hand as a result off injuring it on a Mesdames Reuter and Marion Barr returned last Friday from a months visit with relatives at McCaffree returned home having performeda marriage ceremony at attended the Epworth League state convention at Des Moines and the district con ference in Sioux Cit We have a complete stock of Un in fact everything to keep you warm and Our and quality your careful THE RACKET and Agnes visited LeMars relatives last Agnea went to the stock yards there to look at some in jumping from a alighting in a manner as to sus tain a badly strained He brought and consider able pain for several Today he is better to the extent of being able to sit Akron Department Store Were After Your if itis obtainable with the inducement and guarantee of New Goods Quality Low We are here to supply wants in the carry and will save Everything in our store is fresh and We will treat you right you visit and youll call Special line Mens Work Get Into Our Underwear ing in your and get their value in trade at lughest market Your patronage is respectfully cos Ladies and Gents Furnishing Bsoots and Fresh Fine full Akron Ladles Outing Night Dresses at Naslund has moved his tailor shop iiito the formerly occiv Smythes harness The the series of lectures on the Times in Relation to the Second Coming of at the Bap list church next Sunday evening by On election day ladies of the Baptist church will serve both dinner and in the Biddlecome building on Ileed occupied by SmytheV harness Patrons are assured of everything good to and all are Fields big English mastiff killed a innocent mouse in the grain office last and made such a racket that VVeigh master Kidd rushed in to ascertain the Fields was so pleased at the dogs courageous that at once telephonedthe fact to his better The dog seemed as proud as though he had killed a Peter the has just accepted a special lowpriced propo sition from a big woolen bouse and able to buy goods all the way from25c to a cheaper than the same goods coat him thirty days Naslund has hundreds of beautiful patterns in beautiful suitings overcoatings and his prices are cer tainly a There is no ex cuse for wearing readymade clothing flne tailoring can be had at such low Kenneth of York who was a guest at the home of hii last went to Sioux City last to visit On Tueaday afternoon Miss Margha Eyland went Sioux City and will ac cpmpany her uncle on his return to NewiYork where she will make an extended visit with her grand will visit relatives at and en Miss Carrie Hampton her po sition as deputy in the Akron postofllce next week and will accept a position as teacher of the Wilson four miles south of in Westfleld for the winter She has given excellent satisfaction to ppstofllqo who hope she will find her new duties less exacting and pleasant in every Miss Hampton has had considerable ex perience in school work and is a com petent holding a firstgrade Muhs will assist her husband in the postoflice Coats at Akron Delicious Comb the City Miss Bertha of is a guest of Wise this Joel of visited nt the home of his Miss Ella last Saturday Jones will begin a brief series of bible studies at the Baptist church next Thursday Nov ember 8 Miss Maud who has been a guest at the home of her Clint returned Tuesday to Sioux Wooton returnedMon day from DCS where she at tended the I3p worth League state con She reports the visit filled with Anew coat of wall paper and the complete rearrangement of goods on the shelves has greatly improved the interior appearance of Kennedys The deed was perpetrated during the proprietors and Lelloy who came here from Vermont last week and are guests at the home of their Miss Ella went to Sioux City on Tuesday for a few days visit at the home of their A cement sidewalk has been laid in front of Clarks new city water connections have been made and the plastering is being rushed to so that the house may be occupied before cold weather The One heating plant has Besides a splendid line of fall and winter head wear for misses and children at Miss Ella Farnbams mil there is on sale a special line of fancy feminine Inspec tion of goods respectfully Trimming tastefully and correctly exe uted by Miss expert and Kennedy returned yesterday from an enjoyable visitof ihree weeks with relatives and friends at Charles Osage and in Floyd Iowa where they for merly resided They might perhaps have extended their but they make it a point always to be present at the annual Akron camp A very pleasant informal teaparty was given in honor of Miss Margaret Kundert last Thursday at the home of H The guests sat down to supper at halfpast six and nothing was lacking to make the repast thoroughly After sup per a couple of hours were spent in The invited guests pres ent Misses Carrie Dot Avis Clarice Maxson and Etta and Edg 1 Bradley and Postmaster Muhs has been advised that the petition and map of free rural delivery route running south west from been referred o the governments western agent for This route is very certain to be Route running northwest from is n perfect satisfactory Carrier Gassman having over 200 pieces of mail for delivery last Satur Gassman is by the TIUBUNE to take subscriptions and collect moneys on that in evangelist of the American Volun eers was engaged in religious work on he streets of Akron last Friday and According to the custom of his the gentleman sang and preached Being able in Phone 30 for Job Oysters served in any style at City Fresh Oyster and AVooton will oc cupy the Llllibrldge residence about the middle of who has been HJ of malaria for is reported considerably worse this Frank Hoffman returned home yesterday from a pleasant visit with relatives in OBrien this Miss Ida residing west of went to Sioux City yesterday afr ternoon to receive treatment for her Thode and little of were Akron visitors last driving over with Eurl Edgington went to Sioux City this afternoon to meet his who will return tomorrow morning from their visit at Section Foreman Paulson was struck in the right eye by a Hying stone the other day causing intense pain and nearly destroying the James Winters teen arrived home to day from the purchased a flne near Nevada in western and will remove there before the first of the Chamberlin was the re cipient of a present yesterday in the shape of a fine 22Calibre re peating rifle from his friend E Whit of who visited here a few weeks republican can didate for county and Sheriff Herron Were Akron callers Cunningham feels assured of his elec tion nextr He will make an excellent Waterbury and returned today from with two carloads of their cattle from the Delbert participated in the big annual roundup there the first three weeks in hundred cowboys rounded up head of He says nearly every man is for Mao and Teddy in that The annual held at the operahouse last proved the usual The excellent sup per was well The program consisted of a recitation by Clair solos by D Kennedy and Miss Lola remarks by Jones and Com rude J4 and mandolin guitar music by and younger generation upheld vlpus records of Halloween mischief last It was muddy but that did not prevent the kids everything movable and hauling off everything that had For was hauled north of town and hid in the high weeds along the bank a couple of buggies adorned the stock yards sheds numerous vehicles were piled on the school house steps and a load of hay straddled the sidewalk across the street from the E The young not noisy and1 no materialdamage is A rather doubtful story is out a crowd of boys our night watch under a while some claim he usually turned up in the midst of their both respect be was listened to with in erest by a large number of specially on Saturday Thompson filled the pulpit Sun day morning and evening in the ab ence of the hurch being well filled at the evening SPECIAL at flfty cents on the at Akron De IT pertinent for two days and 9 and from 10 to 6 on the following goods Stove and Icrub and Stoye Black This will be a genuine eduction for Parties de irlng potatoes can get them free from disease only at the AKRON DJSPAUT JENT Highest market u for butter and THE COUNTY TICKET candidate for reelec tion as county auditor for is one of the beat Plymouth county ever He is the only audr itor wbo ever turned the fees of his office back to the Will you vote against such a and onscientious official candidate for re election as county through his effort has collected on aq count of insane in as against collected on same ac count in the previous 13J He baa for the county of saloon tax not heretofore col He has secured the conviction of more criminals and at less expense than has any other Why vote to keep him in office a second term for county re and for cpunty are thoroughly equipped honorable You will ctiat your ballot for them if your in favprof the best possible admin jBtriitJon ojC county
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