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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - November 8, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                f I THE AKRON VOLUME NOVEMBER NUMBER Mens Good per pair 25c Mens Good each 25c Meiis Heavy per pair 5Oc Mens Fine per Ladies from to Ladies Cloaks from to Misses Misses1 Childs Childs Childs BURGESS SMITH Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladiesi Vests and each 350 Ladies Vests and each 5c Mens Under shirts and each 4oc Mens Under shirts and each Local News Goings Comings Buy your Window Glass Buy your Blankets for 40c to a at Hilliker went to Sioux City on business Oysters served in any style at City Fresh Oyster came Westfield yesterday to visit relatives Glass ware and Lamps and styles the at the Akron Dept of the stopped here enroute home from Elk Akron Milling has a force of men at work repairing and stren gthening the dam with rock and wll nlow to Rock Valley today and will visit at the of rher Her Miss Grace who has been visiting here some also returned to her home at Last Monday morning McCor kell issued attachment through Mayor against of Sioux who had been here with a lot of cheap buggies and a drove of cheaper Rickgauer bad herded his horses on McCprkeUs land and would give no satisfactory assurance of the amount involved be ing Rickgauer put up a big game of but after his horses were at he socks and paid the costs Phone 36 for Job Underwear at Akron Good horse for sale Inquire at City The Milwaukee sidetrack will be re paired Ladies Outing Night Dresses at BACKET California Bellflower Apples and City Streatorfc of tran sacted business and greeted friends here Just received at large variety of the famous Golden brand of canned Marshal Cain turned off the the city water nnd dismantled the Good Temp lar drinking fountain rendered necessary by the freezing LeRoy of em broidery and modern lace has a fine display of needle work in the win dows of Miss Farnhams millinery es Lessons in hon i tan and point 35c per A Warning Cash Buyers The wintry blasts will soon be and in order that you may be fully prepared for it offer anything in our en tire stock for the next ten dajsat 10 per cent We have a fine line at below our to begin We mean Yours THE RACKET STORE Delicious Comb the City Warm Blankets and Comforters at Neil iJialieftsoQitaad Reuter were passengers to Sioux City on Blisi ness this Relyea and her Clara departed Mon day on a visit to relatives at points in The township trustees were in ses sion last Monday bills were allowed and matters in regard to the cemetery were looked Burr being retained as AVe have a complete stock of Un in fact everything to keep you warm and Our prices and quality bear your careful RACKET the cigar case at Meads drug store may be seen a Bryan box of Our Candidate cigars draped in deepest and no less con spicuous is a McKinley box decorated with the national upon which stands the foot and claws of a large American killed near Westfleldj some time Last Monday evening the members of Smiths Sunday school class pleasantly surprised and Hilliker at their A social time and numerous games and music provided entertain Nice refreshments were and Hilliker were presented an easy rocking chair and a pretty berry At their departure the guests extended the young couple their heartiest wishes for a life filled with BEGINNING TO SHIVER Then let us you of some of the warm things contained in our big stock of Choice New Goods Cloaks and Capes and Woolen Dress Heavy and Felt German Arctics and purchasing public is invited to inspect our goods and judge if prices We are in position to give you splendid values in every other department of our Remember this and Lamps and Woodenwarc Going at Reduced Akron Department Store Duck Coats at Akron full Akron Smith visited in Vermillibn last just received at Edgington lluicbmann is over from the county seat on business The finest line of Ladies and Misses Shoes in town at THE RACKET The second of the series of bible studies at the Baptist church next Thursday Arthur of Elk haft been visiting relatives and friends in Akron the past Kelyea went to on Tuesday to visit his Editor of the Holden and her Miss Emma returnedJSatur from a visit with relatives Ne Jones will deliver the sixth lecture on Signs of the Times in Re lation to the Second Coming of Christ at the Baptist church Sunday The TBIBUNB unintentionally failed to mention the recitation given by Miss Margaret Bryant at the campfire last and due apology is Her elocutionary eiforts are always A number of young people surprised Miss Phoebe Hodge at the home of her last it being the occasion of her eighteenth The evening was pleasantly passed and a nice As a souvenir of the Miss Hodge was presented a silver napkin ring with her initals engraved The UptoDate Club met at the residence of and Slaugh ter and proved the most interesting yet In response roll call the members made election a comparison of which will be made at the next Interesting papers were read and the Republican Octette sang several spirited campaign a line luncheon of oyster stew and fruits being served at the conclusion of the Telegraphic election returns were received and read at fre quent intervals during the The club will meet next and rSi Fields on Tuesday November Increased interest in the revival meetings now being held at the Chris tian church is shown by the larger congregations each The feels gratified at the success attained in the meetings BO far and is conlident of splendid results yet to Some of the future sermon subjects will be What Doest Thou Here Its Power and The Worlds Greatest Put ting on Distinguish IngfPeatures of the Christian Sin and Its Where Will You Spend The hearty cooperation of everyone is desired in these which are in progress each Unofficial Vote of Plymouth County u tZ a 5 5 o 3 a o a 6 M 15 in 5 to rf V T3 8 OT CH a a S3 to a 1 3 O o T3 a o u w u w u c 1 to a V T3 o bO 3 a a 73 5 d 2J S u a T 3 6 3 ti jj 3 Garfitild 80 62 84 4 35 62 89 65 122 70 80 127 33 61 109 96 117 48 57 104 91 79 256 179 157 37 62 73 48 12 70 52 90 107 53 54 227 124 97 46 52 46 84 93 94 58 41 97 177 110 82 68 82 51 38 53 97 69 128 75 84 101 43 64 113 105 121 39 56 109 82 79 250 197 163 31 64 74 45 10 78 51 90 100 49 47 253 114 94 42 51 39 90 92 91 65 34 97 157 102 81 66 78 51 37 75 105 69 123 73 75 124 36 63 102 93 100 45 56 103 59 75 139 180 147 35 57 76 45 It 53 44 90 105 51 51 228 122 94 52 60 65 88 94 94 87 43 204 176 116 82 65 85 63 40 59 35 56 71 35 7 71 50 89 102 34 55 233 123 98 48 51 45 86 93 95 63 41 87 200 148 73 68 80 58 35 51 85 64 118 73 76 118 40 58 106 103 115 45 106 78 80 220 163 133 88 58 77 39 11 81 66 93 107 51 50 241 118 99 45 52 48 88 94 92 72 39 123 192 127 189 2416 Elkhorn Lincoln Hungertorcl 1 erry Hancock Henry Union Stan 124 88 80 114 34 61 104 105 116 47 57 104 82 77 256 156 116 Plymouth Liberty Sioux Remsen Marion America Washington Johnson Westfield Meadow Fredonia Elgta Grant Preston Portland LeMars 1st ward LeMars 2nd ward LeMars 3rd ward Totals 362 464 133 329 165 VICTORY McKinley ReElected by an Increased PROSPERITY LANDSLIDE Iowas Congress Is TWAS A GLEAN SWEEP Sntire Republican Plymouth County Ticket a The magnificent victory achieved at he polls last Tuesday by the republi an party and emphatic approval by the peopleof the UnitedrStates of he policies of President MeKinleys met administration are already famil ar to TKIBUNES readers and no ummary of general results will beat empted in this That feature s presented by the excellent news ser ice givenon the inside The tinollicial abstract of the vote in lymouth shown at the top of his will not be materially Ranged by the official Con about even with be head of the ticket in the nd in the Eleventh district was lected over Mulvaney by a ma prity of Ss The vote on the court house propo ition was for Hnd arrying by a majority of with jlkhorn township not The election amendment carried y about the same The was never more fairly but igorpus work was done by both par republican county and his township chairmen ad a perfect organization and to them much credit is for the success of ie entire republican county democratic candidate for ounty made a great but ie odds were too great to received 170 more majority than in and 34 more majority ban in Portland township cast 370 B largest number its Of his number 110 were straight republi an 68 straight democratic and 92 Only ten ballots were re ected for improper The township vote on county officers ill be found in the above The Ilicial vote on township ollicers s follows 220 V toward vcese JUSTICE OF 108 rop ROAD Andruw I ROAD ROBS i Honry The court house proposition re ceived the following vote in Portland township 167 majority The biennial elec tion amendment received 172 for and 72against The proposition to revise state constitution received 155 for aaH83 against jority Plymouth county gave McKinley an1 increased majority of 131 over four years Portland townships in crease in majority was Election day passed very quietly Akron and the greater portion of votes were cast before In the after noon crowds congregated on street cor ners and guessed at Very lit tle betting was done general re Bryan money scarce at odds of 5 to In the the young people held high carnival on the blowing yelling and throwing saw and sidewalk covered two inches deep in the Depot Agent Searls received returns until in the morning and a messenger delivered them at the office of where they were Before midnight the election of McKinley and Roosevelt was known for a The judges and clerks of election did not finish their arduous duties oclock Wednesday Union Goes Union redeemed itself from demopopism Tuesday by giving McKinley 204 majority and electing republican representatives and the en tire republican county ticket by a wide Joe was elected commissioner in the Third dis trict by 408 Miss Farnham will do in connection with Millinery at her place of She will be pleased to receive orders from any who wish work in this and will strive to satisfy every This forenoons passenger train ar rived an bour late on accpiitit of a hot journal cm the Jt was de layed ten minutes longer from the same The metal collar was melted by the friction and the wheel was jacked up and a new collar Tillotson departed today for where her parents and will make her home with Her husband is working at and will eventually go to and Tillotsoa lived in Akron and vicinity a number of years and have many friends AKRON PRODUCE mid to i roosters Guineas 4c To Live per Spring   

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