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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - March 15, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                r THE VOLUME MARCH fBurgess Smith CHEAP STORE fONE DAYS CASH SALES l i Returned to Our Customers in T TMGINNING MARCH all persons buying goods of to the amount of 50 or will receive a ticket giving amount of pur chase and date On April a day will be selected from the business days of the month and whatever day it falls whether it be a dull or a busy the entire sale of the day will be returned to our For on the 7th day you purchase cents worth of or a bill of goods to the amonnt of and the 7th day of March should be the day by presenting your ticket bearing above March we will redeem its face value in The day selected will be published in the local papers the first week in and all tickets must be presented within 30 days of Remember that We will fllways Give You More pr Your Moneys More for Your But ter and Eggs than Any k BURGESS a At the commencement of this season we submit to the consideration the farmers of this locality a partial list of the reliable and standard goods which we carry in A Few Testimonials Regarding the CLIHAX SWEEP MILLS March Orendorff Martin purchased one of Climax Sweep Mills from MoCorkell and will say it far exceeds our expectations fur as lightdrnft and ca pacity are Wo are feeding 550 steers with one mill and we could grind feed for GOO head with using u team will weigh about audit is easy for The roller bearings are u great feature in this We think it far superior to any sweep mill on the market Yours Foreman for Smith Flanders Orendorff Martin pur chased one Climax Sweep Grinders from your agents and will say excelled any I ever and I have used four of different makes at different I can grind as much in the same length of time as I could with two of any other make that I haveused with the same horse I think it is the lightest draft of any mill I ever I can grind from 40 to 50 bushels of feedper Yours March Orendorff Martin purchased one of your Climax Sweep Mills from your McCor and will say I am itin every I have no trouble to grind 40 bushels of corn per It is very If I were buying smother I would buy the same arid would recommend this mill to want feed Keystone and Howell 11foot Buckeye and FullerLees Disc andShoe Keystone and Americans Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing Grain King and Elwood Sweep Bonsher Mills Canton HandCornshellers Marseilles and Keystone Power Wood and Steel Lever Canton Red Diamond and Success Sulky and Gang Plows Lone Star Sulky Plows and Full line of Canton and Morrison Walking Plows Canton Walking and Rid ing and 6 Canton Riding and Walk ing Canton Stalk Canton and Boyd Check Davenport Wireless Plant guaranteed to work accurately on any Bain Canton Cyclone Washing Machines Case Threshing Ma chines and Buggies and TOWN flND COUNTRY Porses for Inquire of S Burgess went to Sioux City this Kenaston was down from Ha warden last Navel 15c per dozen and 1 Lundberg of was an Akron visitor Ross Brady shipped a car of hogs to Sioux City on Hammer was a passenger to Sioux City this went to Sioux City returning home of was an Akrpn business visitor Tues Miss Vina Peterson returned Mon day from a visit with Hawardeu Ervin returned yesterday from visit with her husband at Rich Malon Taylor came over from Yank today to visit his mother and Johnson went to Sioux City on business returning the following Sheriff Jerry of Elk transacted official business in this vi cinity James Johnston is still very ill with the and the chance of his re covery is Wintersteen has lust received a fine lino of the latest styles of Get TBIBUNE refrains ftom com menting upon this weather its simply March Alfred and Frank Water bury were business visitors Obiter worth today Call and nee the finest at only 3J per Aleo firstclass Cloth Window Shades at 25o Marshall the was a Sioux City visitor the first of who works in Weiden fellers meat was a passenger to Hawarden this Hawarden 8 of Is visiting this week at the Sedgwick Flour and a full line of bottled Pickled Edgington pastor of the Elk Point Baptist was a guest of Jones last of the firm of Bur gess was called to Vermil lion today by the death of Miss Josie Smythe returned to Elk Point after a pleasant visit at the borne of her An antisaloon petition is being circulated by the Good Templars and has already received FOB furnished front suitable for young gentlemen or light Inquire at TBIBUNE FOE SALE twoseated platform Practically good as A positive Inquire of Simeons little who has been seriously ill with lung fever during the past is now consider ably Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING The Fullerton Lumber company sold aterial toxHerman Jacobs the first of the week for the construction of a new nine miles west of Miller and Mark Van Or of Hawardenj were in town Tuesday They were return ing from a trip to Will Bennett is having his house across the Dakota raised two feet and a stone foundation Webster Son doing the He will also build four feet onto the upper etory of the which will make Bennett and Umily a my gatulorUible Walter McCorkell returned today where be went the first of the year to take a commer cial course ia Western Normal col Canned Goods which were bought before the advance in am selling them off at the old which a saving per WILL Clair Biddlecome drove a traveling man LeMars on He re turned accompanied by Johnnie who will visit here a few Paul Wendt gave a very pleas ant party last Thursday evening in honor of her Miss Lelo Camp of and Miss Lelo of Fred of Washington town has received notice that his pension had been increased from to per and that he will get about back manager of the Smith Flanders cattle yards across the drove to Sioux City and re turn the first of this He says the roads are in excellent Joe Tracy has temporarily closed his lunch counter and departed yesterday for where he will work during the He expects to return in the fall and reopen the who formerly worked for shipped his goods to on in company with a young whose name was not will engage in Meads City Drug Store occupies a halfpage advertisement in this containing an interesting talk on wall oils and house cleaning It will pay you to give it a careful Nelson Van of has been a guest of the family his for a w He returned home accompanied by bis MrsMaggie who will visit there until the this UNTIL APRIL FRANK WHX GIVE zen Best Cabinet Chamberlin went to Sioux City last Tuesday in the of Edging ton ice cream He so visited dealers the lineas far as returning to Akron and reports good success in se curing Our implement dealers have been msily engaged in receiving new ma chinery the past Thore never has been so large stock in Akron be ore and our dealers are selling at which draw trade from sur rounding Two hundred and fifty head of cattle were shipped to Akron from Sioux City last Monday by a gentleman named They are being fed at the yards of Smith across the and will subsequently e reshipped so Button has just received his ast car of goods that was shipped Vona the factory at New and was supposed and reported lost or button is sensibly sure it is or he had the freight billpresented to which amounted to about on he one Waterbury started for lllch this when a train rightened his of the horses triking and breaking the buggy The team started to run and stuck the roken end of the tongue into the nearly overturning the Waterbury got the horses under ontrol and returned home without urther of rand master workman of the Ancient rder of United Workmen in this was in Akron assist ng District Organizer Van f Sioux in the institution of a odge of that excellent order The odge will be organized here in the near as uighteeti have already been pleasantly remembered by a number of Akron haying instituted the local Knights of Pythias lodge about ten years at which time he was state grand chancellor commander of that Hilliker went to Sioux City last Tuesday and made necessary arrangements to begin themanufac ture of buggies andwagons in con withhis business here The first thing people know their town will be able to boast of a plant that turn out anything from a toothpick to a mogul with dining and sleeping cars The meetings now being held in the church are progressing favor twelve persons having already confessed faith in Sunday next will close and on that day Evangelist Assiter will preach morning and and in the after noon at 4 oclock will deliver an impor tant lecture to men He has else where given his lecture to large audi ences of it has received with much Button has just received his third car of choice new farm imple amongwhich is the celebrated lipe of Janesville High Grade Imple Button willsoon receive a full oar of a full car of Bug gies and Surreys and a car of Binder Twine and Also a fine yssort ment of Buggy Buggy Cushions Patent Buggy and Wagon and other new goods needed by our s LeMars 14 A very remark able coincidence occurred in subdis trict 9 in Stanton township in the election for school Last one subdirector was to be chosen and Eppling and Ideker The result was a tie vote ind fallfil ilKidi at the consequently the board appointed Gustave to serve for This year the sametwo per were candidates tievote the They failed to decide by lot It be the duty of the board to appoint was the recipient of It was fromi a 3ioux Indian boy named John Kills as he styles in Eng John who is attending the Grand Kiver near Burnight was going to school in Sioux last year the Indian lad was there for a couple of months and used to play baseball with the He was an excellent ball and when he went north promised the boys he would write to them would give him their ad The letter Burnight re ceived today fulfilled the It was an rectly spelled and well punctuated let and the answer John Kills Crow receives will undoubtedly make him John of arrived here the first of the week to make with Van who purchased his 280aore farm south of town last Van purchased the farm at some thing like and was of that amount The gentlemen met andwent into the Akron Savings where Me AIul laney doubtless expected a check would be Instead Van Buskirk called hjm into the private olllce of the bank and pro duced a wrapped in a news This and there was displayed a sack contain lujj the in silver and stating that the contract called paywent in Van Buskirk is now the owner of one of finest in of the   

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