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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - March 22, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME MARCH NUMBER Burgess Smith CHEAP STORE DAYS CASH SALES Returned to Otir Customers in McCORKELL E6INNING MARCH all buying goods of to the amountof 50 or will receive a ticket giving amount of pur chase and date On April a day will be selected from the days of the month and whatever day it falls whether it be a dull or a busy the entire sale 4 of the day will be returned to For on the 7thday of 4 you purchase 50 cents worth of or a bill of goods to the ambnnt 4 of the 7th day of March should be the day by presenting your 4 ticket bearingabove March we will redeem its face value in 4 The day selected will be published in the local papers the in and all tickets must be presented withiii 30 days of Remember that We will Always Give you More lor Your More tor Your But ter and EQQS than Any Store in TOWN COUNTRY Town election Horses for Inquire of Trottupw was over from the qounty seat All kinds of Ofls at right at Mesdames Raish andt Alice Look were passengers to Sioux City on An Illinois Central engine and pri vate coach whizzed through this Eleven young people were baptised by PastotJones last Lords And others are awaiting Call and see the finest at only SJ cents per Also firstclass Window Shades at 25c s The fraternal and life insurance agent is getting in his work among our least three of him being in evidence A farnj house owned by Frank Mills and occupied about three miles north of Elk was en tirely consumed by fire Services at the Baptist church next Lords day conducted by the In the morning Jones will deliver a sermon to young Subject of the evening sermon The Man of Decision the Man of the Thelbert who hite been at tending Morningside Sioux during the past returned to Akrop The other Akron dents will return home The boys are much pleased with the college and have a good standing in their SThe kids were out in full force last indulging in or some other popular juvenile They were haying stacks of fun and necessarily made considerable It is said that a fireman residing in the south part of town mistook their yells for an and made a recordbreaking run town report for Wall Paper 2e and at John of was in Akron last qf was a guest at the home of Barr on Henry T of is con sidering the matter of starting a can ning factory at that Buckwheat Flour and a full line of bottled Pickled Edgington The hqnie of Folan and wife was gladdened by the arrival of a lit tie on March Fou furnished front suitable for young gentlemen or light Inquire at TRIBUNE went to Vermillion last Saturday and was accompanied by Master Arden who is visiting his sisters attending the Button has sold to Lyde Harrington he northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section Westfleld the consideration being have been issued by Slaughter to their twentieth wedding the re ception to be given at their residence on Saturday March Next Mondays municipal election bids fair to be the most animated and losoly contested ever held in Both sides are leaving no stone un turned for although clean tactics have so far been Nearly a vote will be brought Heres to the Sheriff Herron is hot on the trail of a man named Herman who has been working for Peter RauHi living near It is said that during Rauns absence from Mohr out raged the formers 8yearold and the little girl is in a critical condi After the awful the fiend made his escape with a horse and He is about tweuty years A stout rope and a short shift should be the leading number on tho program the bruti1 i At of this season AVC submit to the consideration of the farmers of this locality a partial list of the reliable and standard goods which we carry in A Few Testimonials Regarding the CLIflAX SWEEP MILLS March Orendorff Martin purchased one of Climax Sweep Mills from McCorkell and will say it far exceeds our expectations as fur as light draft mid ua paoity aro We are feeding 550 steers with one mill and we cpuld grind feed for 000 head with Wo aro using n team that weigh about and it is easy for The roller bearings aro a great feature in this Wo think it far superior to any sweep mill on tho market Yours Foreman for Smith March Orendorff Martin pur chased one of your Climax Sweep Grinders from your agents and will say it far excelled any I ever and I have used four of different makes at different I can grind as much feed in the saine length of as I could with two of any other make that I have used with the same horse I think it is tho lightost draft of any mill I ever I can grind from 4 bushels of feed per Yours March Orendorff Martin purchased one of your Climax Sweep Mills from your McCor and will I am with it in every I have no grind 40 bushels of corn per It light If I were buyinganother I would buy the same and would recommend this mill to all who want feed Yours Keystone and Ho well 11foot Buckeye and FullerLees and Shoe Victor and American Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing Grain King and Elwoocl Sweep Bonsher Power Feed Mills Canton Hand Cornshellers Marseilles and Keystone Power Wood and Steel Lever Canton Red Diamond and Success Sulky and Gang Morrison 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 and Canton Cyclone Washing Machines Case Threshing Ma chines and Buggies and Navel 15c per dozen and Kanago and were Akron visitors Bicycles of standard makes for sale this season by Wl at Jane Helmer went to Dell to visit her daugh jSaslund and children came down from this afternoon on a visit to It will be very convenient to have King deliver sweet milk at your Leave orders at Edgington people are jubilant over the proposed erection of a denominational college of the German Evangelical in that Beresford 15 Dunn circulated a petition this week praying be appointed census enumera The petition was freely gent Searls is making an effort to secure a free delivery of express mat ter in Such a convenience would be appreciated by our business Fulton received yesterday a tine new rolltop desk from the Strauss Tailoring of for whom he Is local It jcomes as a reward for the faithful services he is giving There is indication that a general breakup of the river and high water will not occur this Very if snow lies north of and the ice will likely melt in its present po Should this the temporary bridge the dam would stand and be a great conven ience until the completion of the new Searls received a big chunk of on It was a section of the body taken off near the bearing the im mense fins located at that From the size of the it was estimated the fish must have been ten or a dozen feet in The THIBUNE family was favored with a goodly slice there and U provtd palatable APRIL FRANK WILL GIVE All Elegant Medallion With Each Dozen Best Cabinet AUVANOK IN Figure with Cobb if you want the best Paint in baby was born to Peter Neuman add east of on March Hal Port and wife became the parents of a An economical hint Do not buy your Wall Paper and Paints without looking over Cobbs The expected change in the schedule did not occur last Sun and trains have been running on usual FOB SALE CUJSAP A twoseated platform Practically good as new A positive Inquire of Miss May Moore came Sioux yesterday to assume her position as bookkeeper and stenographer in McCorkell Gos who took the contract to obtain the consent of 65 of Plymouth county voters in favor of was in town this forenoon interviewing his Spring began officially at about oclock Tuesday The weather very sensibly turned warmer and it is predicted that the bulk of seeding will be completed by the first of April should there not come another Arctic Something of a family reunion oc curred at the home of Fred Peterson last there being present Oscar and of Mitchell Aaron of Mason and Alfred Aaronson of brothers of Peterson John son and of Ha her brother inlaw and and Hannah of The occasion proved a very pleasant and the Peterson family and their visitors had a photograph taken by Artist of was in the city James Wintersteen went to Jeffer on Just out A large new line of Wall Paper direct from the All new at Cain wai able to be out of doors last Sunday for the first time since his severe attack of Samuel residing west of town in has been allowed an increase in his pension from to per Use Iowas or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKKON MILLING Be careful how you mark your ballot Remember that a mark otherwise than a plain X in the circle or squares invalidates the entire Aaron Johnson returned yesterday from a few days visit with friends at Johnsons fine new residence is about completed and nearly ready for It seems very probable at the present time that Archbishop Keane will be chosen as the successor of the late Archbishop as archbishop of the archdiocese of Last March lOi pound son was born to George Powell and It was a happy coincidence that their eldest son was born on the same four years Ifc is safe to saythat Patricks day will be duly celebrated hereafter in the Pqwell Hammer departs next Wednes day for Hot where he in the barber His family will follow a few days The TWUVNE will keep them in touch with Akron and sincerely hopes their lot may fall in anil jinMitubU1 Sullivan was a passenger to Sioux City this Elmer Johnson visited relatives in Alcester and last Saturday and Jonas aud children came up from Sioux City on where her husband is Sunday afternoon at Pastor Jones will give a bible study upon an important to which all are cordially Will of Sioux Valley town returned Tuesday from an extended visit with relatives at Lyons and Look at everything in then drop irtto Cobbs and inspect his stock of Wall Paper and be convinced that he can and will save you Andrew Erickson returned Saturday from a visit of three months with rela tives and friends near The strange part of it is that Andrew returned WHY EXPERIMENT WITH YOUR EYES Thats just what you do when you allow an incompetent op tician to fix you up with a pair of Remove all uncertainty by having Graduate fit the proper lenses to your Me guarantees his Encampment Puritan which has not held regular meet ings for the past year and a was revived last Tuesday Under special dispensation the election and installation of odlcers was held that resulting as follows Chief High Senior Junior The Camp will meet regularly each lirst and third Tnnnday   

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