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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - April 18, 1901, Akron, Iowa THE AKRON VOLUME APRIL NUMBER Spring Announcement FOR THE OPENING YEAR THE TWENTIETH CENTURY During the fourteen months of our business experience and relationship witlfethe people in and out of Akron we are happy to say we have found a very cordial We during this enjoyed a very good trade and it is our Mr square dealing and courteous we shall merit a much larger patronage the joining Not by these methods but also by keeping in stock uptodate seasonable a good variety of every line we pretend to in fact Goods That the People Desire Spring and Summer Goods are arriving almost Many new things are already and tbeae are of the choicest and most desirable note y Mode shades of Gray and Tan Granite Cloth the new well worth f 1 per at Black Dress Goods in plain and per yard Henriettas in Old White tn add per OJU LU at 6c per Fancy 8c and lOc per per for Stout we have the i famous Cresco Coiset which is guaranteed not to break at the SATINS AND A Hummer in Satin You are accustomed to paying 75c to per Dont fail to see what we have its good and save yon money the The best Taffeta Silk in the to yd Colored Taffeta per 6oc Ribbons in large taffeta and shades and widths of silks and HOSIERY IRONCLAD HOSE the best for the e e the WELLS 6 SHOES better than the Richardson Et which we handle in quality to Call and see pat ent One to Plow shoes to fit the smallest or largest cant do better than fit the boys wear look well and fit Wrappers This store is known for the best values given in this A large shipment for spring just Come in and take a glance at Allover Laces and large per Appleque and elegant Gilt ornaments and Complete new line of Gents and Boys HATS PHONE NOBLE SON RUBLE CREAMERY BURKED i Plant Entirely Consumed by Flatuca Last The new creamery at about nine miles east of was entirely destroyed by fire last together with all its The which is supposed to have originated from a spontaneous combustion in the coal broke out and the whole structure was quickly the who slept alone in the narrowly escaped When he about 12 the fire had already reached the main He broke a window and made a hasty out stopping to but upon seeing there was no immediate danger went back and secured some He also made an unsuccessful attempt to drag the office containing through the No other residents of the town were aware of the and all Ander son could do put his energies toward saving the ice in which he was The loss is said to be over with The creamery will probably be Gun Club At the regular weekly shoot of the Akron Gun held yesterday after the out of a possible was a Young 10 on bk 10 In the seasons contest for the the standing of the members is Shot at Hit Miss Barr Kennedy Grant 75 75 75 50 75 75 75 50 58 54 32 47 43 10 17 21 IS 28 32 32 Ct Too Much Headache the jolly and popu lar can thank his lucky stars that he isnt playing on a harp with golden strings instead of cutting choice It was HU overdose oil head ache medicine which nearly wrought the Last Saturday forenoon Weiderifeller was suffering with a severe and purchased some capsules for relieving taking a dose double what the directions Soon after his lips aad the ends of his fingers turned the powerful drug contained in the capsules having par tially checked blood Weidenfeller felt no very ill effects and was not aware of his dangerous condi tion until Edmunds happened to see him out in the rear of the meat market noted his deathly Upon the physicians he hastily put himself on the outside of a pint of which brought him around in good and without bad IieMars Bank Yesterday morning the doors of the LeMars National bank were closed and announcement made that VicePresi dent Ward was missing aud that his accounts were short several thousand Last week Ward lost on the board of but the total ex tent of his defalcation is not The banks affairs are in very bad shape and there will be heavy Whitney shipped three of his blooded game cocks to Manuel who will use them in breeding for the big pit fights in that The birds were well supplied with feed and water for their long barring acci should make the trip in NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY LINSEED OIL by the barrel or iu less In lots of 5 or 10 gal lons 65c per Gallon for a few A full line of dry and My stock of Wall Paper will speak fqr wind Meads City Drug Store ALL Local News doings Comings Doings I New Wall Paper at Moore returned to LeMars on All kinds Cookies and Miss Vina Peterson went to Hawar to visit Farm Loans at 5 cent on Union farm Those desiring hail insurance will find it to their interest to consult Smith 354t Mrs Barr returned yesterday from a very pleasant visit with her daughter at Deep Mound City Paint has stood the test for three years aud looks as good as new now it cant be beat aud we guar antee Jenkins was a passenger to last where she was a guest of and Antrim Jenkins until The iuterior appearance of Shattucks bakery aud restaurant is considerably improved by a new doubledecked cigar installed the first of the Earl Edgiugton drove to Vermil lion last Saturday afternoon and re turned in the accompanied by his Miss who took a short vacation from her college studies by visitiug relatives and friends here un til Rowes Konoert which opened a weeks engagement at the opera house on Tuesday has been playing to good houses aud giving excellent satisfaction by clean highclass vaudeville Each evening an eutiro change of program is The work of the two and the beautifully illustrated songs are especially Next Mou day eveuiug the company closes its engagement and on that evening the lady elected to be the most popular by a vote being taken each uight will be given her choice of uu array of beauti ful aud valuable Thu admis sion prices are ivud Buy your Machine Oils at of is in the city Merchants report a good trade the past All kinds Temperance Drinks Smith was a passenger to Chatsworth Will Whitfleld was a Hawarden visitor yesterday and an Elk Point business is a guest of Shattuck Ah entire new stock and no old high priced trash in Wall at Cobbs Johnson has commenced the erection of a small addition to his Longley Hats The new spring shape in light brown and black at Beck Anderson commenced work on the new cement walk around his resi property Largest and best assortment of Wall cheaper thau you ever bought it See his and their of Elk were guests of1 Akron relatives last The interior walls and ceiling of Youngs pool hall have been treated to a fresh coat of light blue At the home of Fri day was held a very pleasant sociable by the Baptist Young Peoples John Davis was in from Monday to meet his Misses of who came for a visit with his Billy a farm got on a spree the first of the week aud wound up in the city jail Tuesday In mayors court Wednesday he was fined On Tuesday evening the UpToDate club meets with and for the rendition of the fol lowing program Roll call son of English Parliament and Ameri can Paper iu Art by Paper Canal and Clayton Boer by by Miss Clarice Machine Oils of all kinds at Cobbs Fresh Green Buy a pair of Crossett Shoes at Beck John of is in town on business Complete line of all Dont paper or paint until you figure with Hell save you Alfred of was a guest of Akron relatives the first of the Ernest of has been visitiug with Akron friends and relatives the past Clara departed last Saturday for at which place and Cherokee she is visiting Miss Nygard returned hist Sat urday from Sioux where she dad been receiving treatment from an eye Misses Helen and Julia of Sioux arrived yesterday and will visit in this vicinity for a A few years ago they resided with their parents in Sioux Valley town Street Commissioner Wilson out a bad gash in his thumb with a hatchet late this afternoon while en gaged in construction of a culvert on the market It was an ugly looking wound and quite Pat John Carr and John Trautt were before Mayor Slaughter Tuesday afternoon on a charge of dis turbing the The three had par ticipated in a fight in the rear of the pool Carr and Trautt pitting themselves against with dis astrous results on both Each paid a flue of Frank and Bly were passengers to Sioux City this where they will other supplies for the pleasure trip andout lug on the Pacific which start on in company with another Eber about If suitable arrangementscan be made with the company regarding time limits of it is probable hat and Waterbury and their wives may also be members of the Big line of Machine Oils at Powell is building an ad dition to his The best line of Candies and Fruits in the at the City Dont forget that Cobb leads them all in low prices on Wall Roetman is now occupying his new residence on East The Cyclone guaranteed afc Beck Miss Ethel Parke returned from a visit with Ha warden friends on Get your shears sharpened for at Hammers barber Repair ing also Cilley has suffered a re lapse of stomach trouble and is though not dangerously of Sioux Valley is having brick hauled today for an addition to his farm resi a prominent Sioux postmaster there during Clevelands was an Ak ron business visitor between trains At a session of the school board held Monday for that purpose the entire corps of efficient instructors in Akrons public school were reengaged for an other Ben White was also re appointed A FEW Grocery Specials 12 ft 3 cans 3 2 large cans Z large cans 2 large cans per Plain and Decorated Queensware by the piece or at prices which defy NOBLE SON
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