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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - December 6, 1900, Akron, Iowa M PMfJ STUMBER 3 f Good f 50e Mens Fine per 80 Lacjies from to Jrpm to Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Vests and each f Ladies Vests and each Under shirts and eachi 4oc Mens Under shirts and 50C Mni drove KAOKEJ Will Carr todays having been dawnj Hfe Underwear Good horse foesafe Inquire Bakery on middle the coal i The beat line of Canned fruits and in at THE BAOKBI Akron Johnsons Sweet Apple dgiqgtiWi Attorney TJ Kidd was a business I Attorney stable were visitors Window Glass at 5uy your Blanketsfor 40c to a pairjrat t Just received at the famous Golden brand Iowa for his ily of biBiCousin Extra Fdney Winter Apples in bar Edgington STow is the time to put in new Window Odbb sells MeUen and little son went to gawarden this forenoon to Maple Maple Sugar and Buckwheat Edgington i trousers for We out a of extra warm your choice fort5c per Use WKeatine Breakfast Cheapest on for sale by your We deliver feed I and Albert of Sioux are guests of t his and Mesdames Ellis and I you want a doll go to the Backet Dolls from 6c to Our line of Holiday goods is Complete and atprJces in reach of There is slight improvement to day in the condition of Henry Water His of and of remain Miss Viva Collins came down from Hawarden visiting at the home of her James Robin until this when Elk Point and Sioux Regular services at the Mi church MciCaffrees morn ing theme theChristian Church Grows Why It Does Not Have More Rapid Eve ning The Young Man Safer A cordial invitation to Batcheller returned last Satur kayfrom Sioux where he had been engaged at perfecting the husk ing apparatus bis corn harvesting for over two The ma chijie is now said to be complete in every Future tests will be awaited with much Among the Akron people present at the opening of district court at Le Mars this week were John Hall and petit jqrore Redmond Ruble The petit jury excused until next Tne case of Miss Mary Myers ft railway is set fortrial EHamp ton being attorney forr plaintiff The was to toe judgments the lower court were af the of State of McOaustland Jack Go to Wades for your served on short Edgington Oysters nerved in any style at City Fresh Oyater Glassware and priced and styles the at the Akron Competent girl for gen eral Inquire at Noble line of Fne Shoes for ladled and children in town can be found at thp UAoKEiv Cashier of the Farmers Loan Trust was a Ha warden business visitor yesterdays Simeon is at the bedside of her Mrsv who is very at her home in Johnson Dont Walt till the last minute to beiectCllristmad or youJI be Come whilethe big as sortment unbrokeui AVlnterstuea will lay present by For The of lodge held a meeting and will again meet December at which time the lodge willprobably decide to Members desiring Cards should be present at the The gave a very pleas ant to a party of young friends atithe home of and Mnhs last about being Progressive croki nole and games were enjoyed and light refreshments was unanimously agreed to have been a delightful Social The ladles of Patricks Catholic church will give a grand social at the Akron opera houge on the evening of January 1 A fine will be provided and Sioux City will assist knows the Catholic ladies are unexcelled in successfully carrying out such social events and a large attendance is Frank Keef who has been em as assistant in the Fullerton Lumber yarfls here for several was transferred yesterday to where he has been given the position of bookkeeper and will have practical charge of the com panys business to co inghere he in county auditors otHce Whiles he the beat there is He became greatly nttachedito Akron and its peo ple and much regretted H V I ii S I traveling19 the of Holiday for us at an as jff founding they aje yery cream of Christmas are now give a change at v ever the people ofAvons trade If ypu want Christmas we and wiH mpney on every article bought at Less than one nlonth now renjains be fpre an early purchase is as our goods and prices are such that the f T T r C assortment wiljl last well sbpw ypu how Msa Yours fpr Honest Goods and Honest Not Ginger SiiapsDut
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