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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - November 29, 1900, Akron, Iowa VOLUME NOVEMBER NUMBER Mens Good per pair 25c Good each 25c Mens Heavy per pair 5Oc Mens Fine per Ladies from to Ladies Cloaks from to Misses Misses Chllds Ghilds Childs BURGESS SMITH Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Vests and each 250 Ladies Vests and each Menjs Under shirts and each 4oc Mens Under shirts and each 5oc full Akron Delicious Comb the City Ervin is spending Thanksgiving at Elk Look everywhere in town for what you want and then go to the RACKET Raish and Miss Mable Chandler went to Sioux City on Tuesday for a few days Underwear at Akron Good horse for sale Inquire at City Jane McCaustland was a south bound passenger The best line of Canged Fruits and in town at THE RACKET of is a guest at the home of her Aaron Duck Coats at Akron Johnsons Sweet Apple Edgington John Tracy residing near Elk was an Akron business visitor California Bellflower Apples City Bakery Gilley and Miss Avis Williams were passengers on this af ternoons train to Sioux Buy your Window Glass at Buy your Blankets for 40c to a Crunii of Elk the faith was in Akron received at large variety of the famous Golden brand of canned Arthur Adams is quite ill with malarial fever at the home of his par and Warm Blankets und Comforters Akron Extra Fancy Winter Apples in bar Henry is reported to be again very ill at his home on Reed southeast of received two carloads of cattle from Sioux City on Maplo Maple Sugar and Buckwheat Searls and baby boy ar rived yesterday from Dell for a few days visit with relatives and the has just received a handsome assortment of fancy Christmas Very ap priate as Use Wheatine Breakfast food cheapest on sale by your We deliver feed AKKON MILLING t daughters were born to and eight miles west of on November One of the babes did not Wise and children de parted yesterday for where they will be Thanksgiving guests of Wise drove to the same place with friend ship hearts Supposed to lave been lost between homes of Sullivan and Finder ilease leave at TRIBUNE Miss Ella Farnhamis prepared to do dressmaking with milli nery at her parlors on Reed Perfect fitting guaranteed and prices The patronage of all ladies n this vicinity is Sargent arrived here Tuesday from Sioux City to look after the shel ing of his corn by Robbins He has bushels of corn raised on his farms in Akrons vicinity and expects the shelling to be completed by Tuesday afternoon there wa a meet ng of Akron ladies at home of Mrs Johnson for the purpose of perfecting arrangements to give aid to the towns poor on Christmas It is requestedthat anyone de siring to contribute pro will leave same with within next ten The ladies will give a dinner in he near the proceeds to be used n the charitable relief of which urther mention will be made in these Oysters served on short Edglnglon Jlnlsh came up from Sioux City on Wilbur Vrndenburg arrived here yes terday from Now is the time to put in new Window sells Bible study at the Baptist church next Thursday evening at Fou good Spencer repeat ing shot by Oysters served in any style at City Fresh Oyster Buck went to last to visit Glassware and and styles the the Akron Y A Weldenfeller has moved his fam ily into the Gardner residence ou Heed of Sioux is a guest today at the homes of his and The best line of Fine Shoes for adies and children in town can be found at the RACKET At the Baptist church next Sunday evening Jones Will deliver a lee on the Strange Experiences of An Ocean Thode and Boyson Ross went o today to look after banking Miss Murel Ross vccompanied her Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour latisfactory Leave your feed orders with Wo deliver AKKON MILLING If you want a doll go to the Racket Dolls from 5c to Our ine of Holiday goods is complete and at prices in reach of School closetlyesterday afternoon for he balance of the Miss Maggie vundert went to her home in LeMars and Miss Clarice Maxson to Sioux Jity to spend Tho Plymouth County Professional teachers will meet in Satur December Tho Akron district each era are to meet in the Akron ilgh school room on Decem ier when County Superintendent Use will be Vintie Ellis went to Sioux yes and is spending Thanksgiving vith his brother Hira at Morningside Hira is now devoting his musical talent to the and the de mand for his services are more numer ous other studies will permit himto CHRISTMAS GOODS flii Kinds in Christmas1 Old Trash OUR OLD traveling in the picked up a carload of Holiday Goods for us at an as tounding they are the very cream of Christmas we are now going to give a chance at of ever shown to the people of Akrons trade If you want Christmas we can and will save you money on every article bought tat our Less than one month now remains be fore Christmas tide and an early purchase is as our goods and prices are such that the assortment will not last Come in and well show you how You Can Ride a Dollar to Death in Our Holiday Yours for Honest Goods and Honest K nfls it Not Harnessor Ginger 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