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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - November 15, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                A TiTRniVr TTTRTTIYFTF JL JttJLD U li VOLUME NOVEMBER NUMBER I Mens Good 1 per pair 25c Mens Good each 25c Mens Heavy per pair 5Oc Mens Fine per Ladies from to Ladies Cloaks from to Misses Misses GMMs Cfeilds Childs BURGESS SMITH Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Vests and each Ladies Vests and each Mens Under shirts and each 4oc Mens Under shirts and each Local News doings Comings Doings Buy your Window Glass Buy your Blankets for 40c to a Fulton went to yesterday Oysters served in any style at City Fresh Oyster Glassware and and styles the the Akron Bible at the Baptist church next Thursday conducted by the The children were afforded the first opportunity to brighten their sled run ners and snowballing was The ladies of the desire to express their thanks and apprecia tion to those who so kindly assisted in the entertainment lost Friday v The members of the Epwprth League enjoyed a social time at the home of Wise last Numer ous games were played and delicious cakes and coffee served One of the peculiar accidents that sometimes occur happened last week at a small Iowa when a man was very nearly drowned in the main His team became scared at a train and overturned the buggy in a large pool of water formed after a The man was pinned beneath the buggy with his face in the and when rescued was unconscious and nearly dead from Underwear at Akron Good horse for sale Inquire at City Gear returned last Friday from Ladies Outing Night Dresses at THE RACKET Mrs of visited Akron friends last Monday California Apples and splendid eating at City has been mar keted in Akron the past few principally Just received atNobles a large variety of the famous Golden brand of canned a Sioux City trav eling severely sprained his ankle today by slipping on the cement walk iii front of the Kendall Miss Carrie Hampton returned this forenoon from a brief visit with in She teaching school four miles south of town next Odell and who bad been guests at the home of her for several re turned yesterday to Odell enjoys much improvement in health as a result of her visit Merrill looks longingly for the Northwestern to construct thatdiag onal road from through to and also from LeMars Sioux Merrill even has aspiration and expectation of be coming the metropolis aud county seat of Plymouth county in not far distant full Akron Delicious Comb City Warm Blankets and Comforters at Akron Ruble working in V and James of Ada were calling upon Akron rela tives Smith and Ralph re turned yesterday from where they had been guests of relatives and the Rock came down Tuesday afternoon for a brief visit at the home of bis sis Yesterday afternoon Constable Gib son sold at the Akron bank corner barber fixtures of of secured on an attachment in favor of David Undertaker Johnson accom panied to Sioux City on Monday the remains of Anna who died last Saturday at the home of her south west of of was a guest of his Mesdames Chamberlin and this Swift saw active service with the First South Dakota regiment in the Philippines and was one of sixtylive out of 120 soldiers who sur after an engagement that little company bad with He brought back a collection of inter esting relics from the Swift and wife depart next week for where they will keep house for a t BEGINNING TO SHIVER let us tell you of some of the warm thirtgs contained in our big stock of Choice New Cloaks atid Capes and Woolen Dress Heavy Blankets and Felt German Arctics and The purchasing public is invited to inspect our goods and judge if prices are We are in position to give you splendid values in every other department of our Remember this Fresh and kamps and Woodenware Goino at Reduced Akron Department Store Duck Coats at Akron Pure Maple Syrup just received at Edgirigton Elmer OReilly went to Sioux City on returning The finest line of Ladies and towttatJLins BUCKET Pike sustained a sprained leg caused by the falling of a horse he was went to Sioux City yes terday afternoon to meet his and who arri ve here tomorrow from Hot for a months On Friday November at a regular meeting of the Order of the Eastern will occur the annual election of The presence of alt members is By order of Miss Farnham will Dressmaking in connection with Millinery at her place of She will be pleased to receive orders from any wish rk in this and will strive to satisfy every B of exclusive dealer for the Model Commissary in Sioux and Woodbury coun arrived in Akron last evening and will remain a few weeks to introduce that useful kitohen We have a complete stock of Un in fact to keep you warm and Our prices and quality bear your careful TUB RACKET After having been unavoidably postponed two Jones will next Sunday evening deliver bis sixth lecture on Signs of the Times in Their Relation to the Second Coming of at the Baptist A cor dial invitation to snow made quail hunt ing gpod and rabbits are said very Local sports have also bagged a large number of ducks during the past few so much water on the lowlands this fall induc ing the birds to Reuter has this week traded bis entire blacksmith and implement business to a stock company for a 150 ucre farm of flnu bottom land near Da kota the consideration being The deal was made through a gentleman named from Sioux Reuter will man age the business at least during the coming while the company will erect an addtion to the building and make extensive improvements in the Ruble and Seamands drove to LeMars Tuesday and at tended the ratification in the Bonfires were built on the street cor bands played and a torchlight procession was a At the opera house Greer presided and addresses were made by Sam Scott and Appropriate songs were sung by a A enthusiastic crowd from the town and surrounding country was present Ladies fleeced Wrappers and Now is the time to put In new sells Arthur Smith and Jay Farnham visited Hawarden friends last County Superintendent Hise was over from LeMars yesterday and Advertise in the Its like the old and white and read all Letters addressed to Julius Hard wick and Maagner remain un claimed in the Akron Clarence residing north east of departed yesterday on a visit to relatives in The way our 45e heavy fleeced Underwear is going out is good proof of its superior HAOKET The TRIBUNE has added a quantity of new material this week which en ables it to print wedding in very latest Fine line of samples to select from and prices McCorkell has begun the con struction of a commodious barn upon his residence It will be 28x32 feet and will hold eight tons of The present barn does not afford sufficient passed through Akron today with the crack foot ball team of the University of South of which he is a The eleven was enroute to where a game will be played This paper was pleased to receive from different persons this week a number of good local news items over the It is gratifying to the publishers to have people assist in fill ing the TRIBUNE with interesting local Ring up Merrill Record the Adaville merchant and postmaster has disposed of his stock and will reside on his half section of land recently pur Andrew Larson will take possession of the store as soon as he can dispose of his stock and his farm Our readers will find in this issue an advertisement of the Model Commis which is one of the most conven ient articles for the use of every cook and housewife that has ever beeU put on the Its sale has been very large on account of iUJ low price and morning was the coldest of the the mercury nearly touching the zero The river was frozen over and icff nearly twoi inchesin thickness has formed on the mill Skating is be pretty good and some of the young people have availed hemselyes of early opportunity for the Last Saturday afternoon Simeon paid that election giving George Povvell a wheelbarrow ride rom the Kendall House corner to the railroad on Reed The wheelbarrow was canopied with the national colors and wore a lacard on his back signifying that he iadvoted for Powell seemed en joy the ride as well as the onlookers did the Fine new of the latest in A full line of Ladies atid Misses Union from uOe to and Barr returned yesterday from a visit at and Elk Sarah Jenkins departed yester day on a visit to relatives and friends at LeMars arid Sioux of Sioux Valley departed yesterday for on a visit to Schaber and children came down from yester day to visit her and other relatives in this Have you chosen your Thanksgiving turkey One week from nbxt Thurs day is the If you have enough for yourself find it little to re member your less fortunate About a year from now will be putting on airs because of a court house and Western Union college Thats strictly Whats good for the county seat is good for the en tire and Marion Barr have pur chased the Carl lleuter residence prop west of Burnights and will move therein about the first of next Miller will be come the owner of Barrs present property and will reside The county board of supervisors con vened last Monday to canvass the vote cast at the recent general in which no important change will result from the figures already The board remain in session during this week and discharge other official Hilliker Son have a force of ten men at work at Lamoreauxs fine northeast of erecting u mammoth tank and putting a com plete system of water piping into his cattle will insure excellent watering facilities for the head of cattle Lamoreaux will feed Smith and the teachers of the other rooms are much pleased at the per of punctuality attainad by the pupils for the month ending November 3i Out of a total of 123 were neither absentnor tardyduring that Schools in surrounding towns willfind it difficult to equal this fine Baker returned a visit of several weeks Warrea West with big a former Akron resi He went there way ofNiag ara Falls and also visited the besides other large cities and interesting points in the The trip was full of pleasure and enjoyment to There has been mentioned the idea if securing lecture course for Akron luring the coming Some talent could be brought here y very small individual t some with the necessary ime at their disposal take the jnitia ory step in the A carefully elected series of lectures would be of educational value to the young people vnd prove entertaining to their The auction sale of Peter at his farm northeast of last Tuesday was very well attended cqn idering the prevalent weather and the imited amount of property on as secured food prices on every thing for the owner more than Neu mann had Agnes Iways gives the best of satisfaction us He knows the exact mine of each gets the proper irice for the owner and makes DO at to hornswoggle the hus keeping their List four sales with Agnes and satis actory are During the quiet hours of last Sun lay night Smiths pet passed from this He rough t the bird from Hot last summer and had taught it o speak many which were pro nounced almost Dick was ery an enormous eater and a terror to Keeping him in doors at night and in a warm room is upposed to have caused his untimely The magpie was buried with iue ceremony in the bird cemetery of Masters Orland and Silas felt much aggrieved at the oss of bis but that sorrow is now forgotten in the possession of an which gives promise of more ban supplanting its predecessor in the iffoctions of its It is of the ongeured and for fear it might uiuet a similar fate or lose its emarkable powers of it s kept securely tied in its owners All the neighbors are waiting n breathless suspense for an outpour Dg of the wonderful melody it is said o be capable of perhaps majority of farm ers in this vicinity have finished pick ing there is still considerable of the work remaining and help is difll cult to One farmer on the street today offered three and onehalf cents per team and All kinos of busking records are reported but the best and most reliable was that of Henry southwest of who got out an honest 105 bushels in a days R C of a temperance spoke at the church last Saturday evening and Sunday and at the Baptist church Sunday On Monday at the Baptjst he delivered the familiar Ten Nights in a Bar before a good sized and Tuesday evening Ben Hur was Hogle illustrated hia remarks with stereopticon views and the meetings were well is a splendid temperance and talks in a manner both convincing He spoke at Westfjeld last night and Now that the proposition has carried to a new county court the people of LeMars agitat ing that the new building should not be erected on the present but that it should be built at a point nearer the citys business The location of the present court bouse is in every way satisfactory to the people of county living outside of the 1ail building is located there the fine block i county the people of LeMars desire to donate a suitable downtown loca as a matter of local should certainly arise no opposition from outside There arrived on Tuesday after noons train a man who is so crippled as to be entirely He was taken to the Oxford Hotel and has since remained The man claims to possess the power to tell a persons past and give information re garding lost friends or and cure chronic disease without personal He also professes to be able to tell persons through a The TBIBUNJI is not pre pared to say the man a but would caution anyone against paying their good money for such things until they are certain of value While the condition expites ex treme he is said not to be financial   

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