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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - August 3, 1899, Akron, Iowa THE AKRON TRIBUNE VOLUME AUGUST NUMBER Cleaning Up Sale Good Summer Goods Low BURGESS worth the India worth the Mat1 quise wth the Seniia worth worth the worth the shirt worth Fancy shirt worth Fancy shift worth Ladies summer worth 15c lOc See the Our Ladies summer Ibs granulated 1 lb Our 1 lb best uncolored Japan 50c 10 bars Beat Em All 10 bars Lenox 1 gallon 2 cans good Boys bib per Mens good per Mens straw 12c to 25c Mens summer Mens heavy Rockford The Greeks Derived their Beauty of form and grace of car riage from the ease and freedom given by the The deformed and unnat ural foot of the present day with all the Ills which fol low in Its train is the result oi wrongly made shoes SELZ SHOES give all the freedom and health of the combined with the beauty and comfort de manded by modern v We offer you SELZ Shoes with perfect cent fldence because we know them tor scientifically designed and correctlybuilt footwear for the iMUt Tan Shoe Sale Every pair of Tan Shoes on sale at GREAT Reductions Childs Tan wth Childs Tan wth Ladies Tan wth Mens Box wth Mens Vici wth Mens Worlc Ladies Fine wth EVERY SHOE Highest Market Price FOR Butter and TOWN AND M TRAISS 1OIXG 101 m 08 l OOINO SOUTH 93 104 POST OFFICE Office open from 8 till Mall or the north closes at 10 06 Mail for the south closes at Garland mail arrives at and leaves ftt 3 4A every Tuesday and t i ji 1 As a breakfast Akron Wheatine Is Try j Miss t Carrie Seid returned today from a visit at Boyaon Boss and Henry Smith were business visitors to Sioux City last New at to Erlckson and re Biding five miles a on August of the Chatsworth was an Akron visitor on and this received a pleasant Miss Clara of arrived today for a visit with the fam Uy of her of Valley Twill you as it contains nitrogen and necessary for the upbuilding of Whole Wheat Fulton returned yesterday from a weeks Visit with relatives in Chicago and at his old Kuble is still visiting in Chi where his is learning Campbell and wife re turned Tuesday an enjoyable outing in Their weekly published in the local desoiibing the scenes as viewecl by them on the have been read here with much Exterminate those A full line at A son was born to George Miller and residing eleven miles on July FOR desirable ofllce rooms over Meads drug store of Button is moving his house hold goods to Millnerville where he is engaged in the mercantile busi Vreeland returned Satur day to her home in Sioux Falls after a brief visit with her and Jack Kennedy returned today from Des where he attended the state republican convention as one of the delegates from this Hans Smith and wife went to Sioux City where they took their little for special treatment of his which was so badly injured last The Epworth League give an ice cream and cake social next Wed nesday at the home invited to be The Milwaukeewill run another pop ular Sunday excursion to River side Sloux August 75 cents for round Train will leave Akron at who has been work ing for the Fullertcin Lumber since the middle of last went to Sioux Center and removed his family to Akron last They reside in the Dunn Alice L9ok has made arrange ments to lease the Hotel Palace from Frank Bly and will take possession about the first of Bly family will then occupy the residence in which Schroeder BOW Milwaukee depot at struck by lightning during Monday nights storm and burned to the was an old prospects of a new depot is no doubt pleasing to ihe peo ple A good Try a King Par Twenty headof western and native horses for sale at Jeffers livery Bert Bennett has sold his Cbatsworth barber shop to Ht of that came over from LeMars last Monday Visit relatives and friends until of ar riyed Tuesday to visit a few days at the home of his Have mercy on yonr wife buy her a Cyclone washing machine from McCorkell sole Sold on Optical watch and jewelry re pairing and cleaning left with Johnson is guaranteed to give full Nice line of latest fancy jewelry The destruction of the bridge dur inglast Fridays storm revived a num ber of good stories told on several citi zens who took refuge umder the Iowa approach during the cyclone of Frank returned Monday from where she was called by death of her sister She was accompanied home by her Miss Ella who will visit here for some Hilliker has recently sold to Foster and who reside two miles east of a com plete Northwest threshing which is one of the finest everbrought to Foster Son are greatly pleased with their the last regular meeting of Ves per it was decided that meetings be suspended until the first regular session in whlcn will occur on Friday he By order of the Jen nie Julia Attention Farmers and Threshermen We carry a full line of Machine viz castor pure 700 degree black and ejigine oil also axle and belt Prices away down Call and see MCCOIIKJELL Quality and yonr own good judgment will tell you that is nothing1 but the very best of qiuility in the Farm Machinery and other goods quoted below The Celebrated Buckeye Binders and Canton Hand Cora Keystone and Marseilles Power Marseilles Canton arid Olds Diamond and Studebakur Surreys and Road Cedar Hapids Iron and Wood Pumps and Pump Shafts and Acme fourhorse Binder and Plow Full line Leather and Rubber Repairs for all sold by Piano Jones lever Hay both hand and self Case Threshing Machines and En Canton Diamond Sulky Plows and Canton Rod Bird Sulky Plows and Canton Success Sulky Morrison Sulks Plows and Best Machine Oils and Greases at Bottom We are Sole Agents for the CYCLONE WASHFNG Which Has No Rival in the A full line of Engine such as Check and Pop Steam Only a few Going hammocks are Adam Kundert returned to Omaha after a visit here of several Miss Mabel Bennett came down from Chatsworth yesterday to visit Akron Cobs for sale at one cmt per or twentyfive inch wagon box full for twentyfive Hale went to Sioux City where she will make her home with her Miss Annie who has been visiting relatives here for some time past returned today to her home in Tim Sullivan drove over to LeMars last Saturday to meet his who has been visiting relatives at Manches for some We lead and never Have you priced our Yesterday mornings storm is re ported to have blown in the front of a new store at Tim Sullivan and Ross shipped two cars of cattle and one of hogs to Chicago last Schroeder and family re turned today from a visit of six weeks with relatives at New Miss Mary who has been a guest of Miss Betty returned to her home near Sioux on Johnson received today a lathe for polishing It is a handy appliance and will give good satisfaction in that Sisters Anthony and Annie from are guests of the family of The for mer is a niece of Miss Martha of Elk is visiting relatives and Misses Vivian Slaughter and Nellie Muhs visited in Elk Point last Satur Uncle Samuel Nixon came down to day from Sioux Falls for a short visit with relatives and Kennedy and Miss Lotta departed Monday for about a visit with relatives in KNIGHTS be a special lodge Tuefl August for work in the first Miss Jessie Baker returned yester day toher home at after a pleasant visit with the family of George Attention Do you want the best binding twine on the market VOJT Hagel has and sells it with a Call and let him make you Dainty Woman employs every honest aid toenhance her and properly So per fumers all over the world beitd their energies to the manufacture of essences and satcheit powders for her We have almost everything you can think of in that line and sell it in already bottled or in small The best of Meads City Drug
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