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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - November 22, 1900, Akron, Iowa THE AKEON VOLUME NOVEMBER NUMBER iVX Merles Good pet4 pair 25c Mens each 25c Heavy per pair 50c Mens Fine per Ladies from to Ladies Cloaks from to Misses Misses Childs Childs Childs BURGESS SMITH Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Vests and each Ladies Vests and each 5oc Mens Under shirts and each 4oc Mens Under shirts and each 5oc Ladies fleeced Wrappers at and Extra Fancy Apples in bar Father Sullivan was n Sioux City visitor returning yester Uncle Tqms Cabin at the opera house Wednesday Novem ber A full line of Ladies and Misses Union from GOc to Myron Mutlgett went to today and will visit her parents a few Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKUON MihLiKo Bertrand terminated a pleasant visit with relatives and friends htrc Tuesday tincl returned to her home at The cold weather of the past few days has induced several cases of lung and throat heralding the appearance that dread the Albert Von Hagle says he cannot get the Majestic steel ranges from the factory fast enough to supply his He sold one of theMne stoves iP Jim west of Local News doings Comings Buy your Blankets for 40 to a V Knudson has been down from this Oysters served in any style at City Fresh Oyster Shearer has moved into the dwelling east of Glassware and and the the Akron Frank was called to Sioux Falls on Tuesday by the illness of his He returned Bible study at the Baptist church next Thursday conducted by the Maple Sugar and Buckwheat Unclaimed letters in the Akron postofllce are addressed to Henry Johnie Gaits and Alfred Waterbury arrived here from last Saturday and has since been visiting and He has been doing a good tjusjness in real estate v The trustees of the church lheW a meeting Tuesday afternoon and decided to purchase a new and larger furnace for the The present heating plant is too small and out of Louis of Sioux will put in a furnace on Underwear at Akron Good horse for sale Inquire at City Ladies Night Dresses at Tuc RACKET Johnson a passenger to Sioux City this Harrington returned last Saturdayfrom a visit Sioux Get your Celery and Cran berries for Thanksgiving at Edging ton and Henry moved into their residence on Reed street last Yesterday there arrived in Akron four cars of cattle consigned to Tim Sullivan and four to John Union Thanksgiving services at the Baptist church next Thursday November McCaffree will deliverthe Frank Keefe resumed his position as assistant in the Fullerton lumber yards last after an enjoyable months visit with relatives in Illinois and other eastern Miss Ella Farnham is prepared to dressmaking in connection with milli nery at her parlors on Reed Perfect fitting guaranteed and prices The patronage of all ladies in this vicinity Smiths class in book he gives free instruc tion every Friday evening at the school now numbers about and much interest is being shown in the Attorney Hampton has consented to give the class a series of lectures pertaining to commercial full Akron Delicious Comb the City was a passenger to Hawarden California Bellflower Apples and City Laura Hall and little Nora were passengers Sioux City this Just received at large variety of the famous Golden brand of canned Peters arid Adam Waldschmitt are canvassing for the Model Commis sary and report good Mellen purchased recently from Percy southeast of six head of thoroughbred Shropshire Mellen now have 660 head of sheep on their ranch west of Card returned today from a business trip to LeHars and Sioux Card is one of the progressive farmers in Akrons vicinity and is feeding ove a hundred head of One cattle this The ladies of Akron who are inter ested in doing something to aid the poor women and children for Christ mas are invited to meet at the home of Johnson to discuss plans on Tuesday November at 3 Akron has five blacksmith shops and with each of them working early and late they are not able to do all the ibrseshoeing made necessary by the slippery Farmers have brought Sheir teams to town during the past few mornings and waited until dark o get them The flkron carries in stock the best and most cpmplete line in town of FarmersSupplies Wo will have a bipf supply of AMERICAN and GEKMAN CHRISTMAS TOYS in largo Something vow in this Dont buy till you see picture shows how happy thefarmer feels after a bill of goods from our Its quality and that pleases Warm Tilings for Cold Felt German Boots and Heavy Fleece Lined Duck Gloves and Stock Comforts and Duck Coats at Akron Johnsons Sweet Apple fjSdgingtqn Warm Blankets and Comforters at Akron Timi Sulijvan shipped two cars of cattle to the Sioux City market Tues The finest line of Ladies and Misses Shoes in town at TUB RACKET Neil went to Sioux City yesterday on business for ttie firm of Kidd Those interested should not neglect reading the two public auction sale notices Burgess Smith have a unique pea nut roaster in front of their Drop a nickel in the slot and you re ceive a sack of hot George Searls and go to Dell tomorrow on a George may position in the Milwaukee depot where his is About twentyfive couple partici pated in the club dance at the opera house last It was a very en joyable and the dispensed splendid We have a complete stock of in fact everything to keep you warm and Our prices and quality bear your careful RACKET John residing near arrived here last Satur day to visit hia east of Their of came down Tuesday ind was their guest until yesterday when he went to where his wife is Several farmers in this vicinity have lost cuttle from the effects of eating ornstalks in the Byrne re cently lost two of his own cattle and three bead he was feeding for Tim The disease seems to run in some herds not being affected in any manner by eating the while great fatality is caused in other Yesterday there occurred the wed ding of McAllister and Miss Jane six miles northwest of Last evening a reception was given at the home of the brides with whom she has Dancing was indulged in re freshments were served and a large number wete Akron people attending were and Red Mike Higgtns qnd John Bur This paper failed to mention last week that the firm of Ktdd Robert son arranged the details of the deal whereby Router traded his blacksmith and implement business to of Next November the new owner of the Renter business will sell at public auction all the vehicles and implements lu The reliable services of Auctioneer Agnes have been and Jioyspn BOBS will clerk the Miss Betty teacher of the Stony Point northeast departed Tuesday on a visit to1 her par ents at Sioux and also with her at She expects to return Saturday and resume her school duties next There occurs this evening the mar riage of Cnylor and Miss Ida Fos at the home of the brides and Foster east of Caylor has been employed at the Foster home for some The TBIBUNE and all their friends wish them unalloyed happiness through and Fulton drove home Tuesday from in company with his editor of the Alcester had just returned from a weeks visit at Chicago and thuir former having an enjoy able Fulton remained in Alcester with her aiaterinlaw during their has been another lively week in the movement of grain to the Principally with sonfy is being hculed Last Mori day thenumber oil loads weighed on the city scales by Weighmaster Kidd Was the largest number for one day during the past two Akron does not take a back seat as a grain market for any town in this Smith the real estate closed a deal Tuesday whereby Fred residing ten miles north east of in Preston pur chases the 201acre farm of Jor four miles in Union for a cash consideration of or a fraction over per There is not a finer farm than this in the Big Sioux Jor din has not yet fully decided where he will and remain in this Vi He will look at some cheaper land in South The will meet with next Tuesday at four The recently completed national census of this organization shows a membership of a of during the past In Iowa there are a gain of The twentyseventh annual national convention of the will be held week in Decem ber at Interest in the Akron union continues to and next week the ladies will begin contributing to a temperance which will be regularly maintained in the There was begun in Justice kells court today the lawsuit of Kinkaid Jane in which plaintiff seeks to recover a bill of about alleged to be due from defendant for board and other County Attorney and Kidd are counsel for McCaustland and Attorney Hampton and Agnes are hand ling Kinkaids side of the A iury was drawn this afternoon anda number of witnesses are to be exam The trial will probably continue the greater part of It is said McCaustland will begin a counter Kinkaid lives on one of the Kluckhohn southeast of On the Milwaukee sidetrack today are twentythree freight oars billed from Akron to points Of this number eleven cars have been loaded here with grain and the Akron Milling It was made up as an extra train and an engine was sent here this afternoon to haul it Akron is gaining considerable reputa tion as a shipping point and at this time of year an average of six of grain and mill products are shipped every to say nothing of the stock The amount of mer chandise received per day in Akron is greater than at any town of anywhere near its size on this division of the Depot Agent Searlg and his helpers are kept busy all day and u portion of the night Oysters served on short Edgington Now is the lime to put in Window stills FOK good Spencer repeat ing shot by Frank Berdue departed this after noon for Dodd where his folks v to and August a on November and Luon southeast of are the proud parents of a baby born November The way our 45c heavy fleeced Underwear is going out is good proof of its superior RAOKET Frost arrived in Akron yester cluy from His wife has been visiting here with her nnd during the past two Delia Fisher and little daugh arrived here yesterday from Breck to visit her and and numerous Cobb enjoyed a visit from her of Wall from Saturday until She had also been visiting at Ireton and Jones will deliver tho last of the series of lectures on Signs of the Times in Relation to the Second Coming of at the Baptist church next Lords day of is in Akron If he can secure 11 suitable residence he will remove his family here in a few Jones is desirous that his children may secure the superior educational advan tages of Akrons public Miss Kittle who is teach ing school near Sioux ar rived in Akron yesterday for a few days vacation andvisit with relatives and Miss Phillips is an ex cellent has a good which sheiaji taught ofSioux deputy district inspector1 of Womens Relief arrived in Akron last inspect the Jocal She corps in excellent condi the accounts of the secretacy and drove to Hawarden on Tuesday with A Kennedy went to Vor this afternoon to make arrangement for taking vocal training at ttie university once as Elk Kennedys vocal class here how numbers about twenty and they will derive the additional benefit their toucher will obtain from the splendid methods at the The Upto Date met and Fields on Tuesday eve an entertaining program being The next meeting will held at the home of and December It was decided that the club hold on Monday December when the members will see the old year and old century out and the new year and new century A fine literary apd musical program will be arranged and refreshments Postmaster Muhs will soon begin ceiving from director oif the United States weather bureau at Des a daily telegraphic which will be delivered the1 same day received to the patrons oil free rural mail route 1 by Carried along with other mail matten The carrier will then leave Akron at a half hour later than at This additional accommoda tion should be greatly appreciated1 by the farmers along the The sidewalks of Akron presented all kinds of precarious possibilities the first of the the alternate falls of rain and sleet having glazed all ex posed were caught n various unconventional attitudes especially while cautiously treading upon cement A CoUple of nches of snow changed Conditions and sleighing Is in prospect for a few days it The snow spoiled the young peoples fun on the but they aw earnestly indulging the hope that skating will again be good by Thanks giving and may their be Ifncje Toms Eiieirs Big company takes tBo opeia bouse was packed last nlgjjt to visit the best Unclo Tctas pabin perfoimauco eveivisited the TISoy will cor iuiuly be wuiited this vtray agaiiv Every an member of this troupe la u slngon ov and perfect at was th0 most angelic yet and the cute stand at the head of the vast aioiy of snob in the Tho colored Jubtleo singore are particularly of The warograpl of the great New YorttDewey parade was one of the features of the pro It was the first titae that por tion of the Dowey parade has befc and the production was exceedingly Eau Claire Dally At Akron Opera Houset Wednesday November Pont fail to see the street parade af SSO ou tbat
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