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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - March 29, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                y A VOLUME MARCH NUMBER Burgess Smith ONEPRICE CHEAP DRY Suitings in Fancy per Ilnin and per Jacquarda per Figured blk 40 per Lace per Superior quality Bed per Stevens per Table per Fancy fer J Misses per Ladies pair Mens Hockford per Mens FastBlack Half per Mens Fancy Heavy Work Boys Bib per Mens Bib per Mens Heavy per Mens Work Gloves good Mens to We are agents for one of the liivgeat carpet houses in the and can save those wishing to buy carpets at least 20 per If in need of a be sure to look ours We have them In all designs qualities and Per pair Childs Shoes Childs Fine Shoes Misses Extra Fine Shoes Lady well worth Ladies True Blue Shoes Per pail LadiesGood Shoes Mens Oil Grain Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens Beat Quality Shoes Boys Good Quality Shoes Per yard Hemp Rag Ingrain Extra Super Union Extra Super Union Cotton Extra Super All Per yard Art Carpet best Kiddermister Brus sels Tapestry Body Welton 1 Ib Our Best 1 tt Star Mill 6 1 Ib Uncolored Japan 1 tb High Grade Ceylon 1 can Good Quality 1 can Early June Scans Good Quality 3 cans Good Quality 5 pounds Good 1 pound Fancy Evaported 1 package Matches 12 Good Your and Eggs Will Goods at Their Hig be Taken in Exchange for nest Market BURGESS BATTLE OF VOTE LARGEST EVER V POLLED IN More Than Usual Interest Evinced in This Years Municipal Slaughter a Strong Candi date for Weather conditions were most favor able for last Mondays municipal elec and the earty prediction that a heavy vote would be polled proved cor The it might properly be was a warm and for more than a week prior to election day there had been an unusual amount of political j The principal in of centered in the mayoralty but the count shosved a wider difference in votes be tween the two contestants than any other candidates on the Slaughters great run a surprise to The closest fight was be tween Ttoss and Chanlberlin for coun the former winning by only four There was a total of 227 votes compared 200 cast two years It was the heaviest vote ever polled in Akron and indicates a substantial increase in Of scratched ballots there were 105 with 65 straight republican and 55 straight peoples Had only two rejected Following is a summary of the total vote cast for the various candidates Tim Slaughters KOIl Ray FOB Clarks fOH 44 126 87 FOR COUNCILMAN full 87 Cilleys FOR cotraciLMAK full Boyson 108 Ross 4 It will be noticed that only two can didates on the republican the mayor and were but it is a fact that all those elected on the peo ples ticket are also al though it can be said that politics cut little for no figure in the The mayor and cierk are the only new town the others having previously held office through election or appoint Next Monday evening is held a regu lar meeting of the when the newly elected officers will take the oath of At that time there will be appointed a town engineer of street commissioner and March David of con aged 72 years and 11 Thus passed peacefully while sitting in her favorite rockingchair and surrounded by immediate members of the one ot Akrons oldest after many weeks of untold Abble Carpenter was in the state of Rhode March and west to Wisconsin with her She was married to David Mudgett at on Novem ber They removed to this part of the country in 1869 and settled on the about ten miles northwest of Sioux In 1873 they canoe to Akron and have since resided To them were born ten eight of whom are residing a few miles west of town of Grant Iowa Abble of Akron of White Dora of AUron Altttira Jamea of Sioux City Delia of Sioux and of Henry a brother of the lives near Big another in a sister at and a sister in who have been telegraphed and are expected to arrive in time to attend the which will be held in the Baptist church on Saturday at 2 Jones delivering the Interment will be made in the Akron To the aged and afflicted husband the loss of his kind and loving help mate through life comes as a severe and to hint and the sorrowing children goes out the sympathy of the West I had dyspepsia over twenty years and tried doctors and medicines without I was persuaded to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me from the I believe it to bo a panacea for all foVms of It digests what you Wedded reception commemoration of the twentieth wedding anniversary of Slaughter and at their home last Saturday proved a most enjoyable occasional One hundred and seventyfive invitations were issued and a large number were although the inclement weather pre vented many from After a season of pleasant sociability there were rendered several mandolin and guitar a couple of wellren dered selections by a male quartet and pleasing piano selections by Miss Bessie An excellent luncheon was after which the following interesting toasts were Hero and by Fields After Twenty by Time Wendt Is Marriage a Failure by Eyland The Slaughter by The presentation speech was made in a happy manner by when and Slaughter were made the recipients of on elegant Haviland china dinner set as a slight of esteem and remembrance by their many The event will no no doubt be to them as one of the nu mwovis oaaos in lifes McCORKELL At the commencement of this season we 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 MaicH Orendorff Martin purchased one of your Clfmnx Swoop Mills from McCorkell and will say it for exceeds our expectations as fur vva light dvaft anil ca pacity are Wo uro feeding 550 steers with one mill nod we could grind feed for 000 head with Wo are using u team that will weigh about it is easy for theml The roller bearings are great feature in this We think it far superior to any sweep mill on the market Yours Foreman for Smith March Orondorff 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 grindas much feed in the same length of time as I could with two of any other make that I have used with the same horse I think it is the lightest draft of any mill I ever I cau grind from 40 to 50 bushels of feed per Yours March Orendorffc Martin purchased one of your Clhnax Sweep Mills from your McCor kell and will say I aui well pleased with it in every I have no trouble to grind 40 bushels of corn per It is very light If I were buying another I would buy the same and would recommend this mill to all who want feed Yours Howcll Keystone and 11foot Buckeye and FullerLees Disc and Shoe Victor and American Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing Grain King and Blwood vjjweep Ijlj Bonsher Power Feed Mills p 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 J TOWN flND COUNTRY Horses for Inquire of Miss Grace Look visited over Sun day with her mother at Elk All kinds of Oils at right at Fields was a business visitor at Hawarden between trains work on the new Catholic church and parsonage will begin as soon as the weather An economical hint Do not buy your Wall Paper and Paints without looking over Cobbs Buckwheat Flour and full line of bottled Pickled Edgingtou grain buyer for the Fields Slaughter at Elk was in town betwixt trains FOK SALE twoseated platform Practically good as A positive Inquire of Use Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING Lillibridge was the fortunate holder of the which drew the lioyal Neighbors handsome quilt last Saturday of the firm of Smith Sioux was here today looking after matters connected with their cattle yards across the Smith departed last Mon day for North where she has secured a position as Shegxpeots to remain there until the iiratof ulmcods have went forth in considerable numbers during Che damp days of this Tales of varying success are It has been a good week for Every farmer reader of the TRIBUNE should peruse carefully the new ad vertisement of new goods by But the old reliable implement in this Navel I5c per dozen and son was born to Parker and of on the 26th Bicycles of standard makes for sale this season at There has been built onto Kersteins blacksmith shop this week a power 16x30 feet in Call and see the finest at only 3J cents per Also firstclass Cloth Window Shades at 25c Sunday night fortythree car loads of stock passed through One trainconsisted of twentysix card and the others of Douglass departed yester day for upon the sad mission of attending her mothers Douglas has the sym pathy of many friends in her Kemember the Giffen orchestra at the opera under the auspices of the Saturday March Admission ten cents to any part of the Children under ten years are Miss do you buy your tea I it is the best tea I had in Gooi all my teas and coffees at Burgess They have the freshest and best groceries in the An advance agent for Ed wards fy Brown was here Tuesday and posted paper for A Trip to which is billed to appear at the opera house next Monday The com was to have been here last Satur day but they were unavoidably lieuter has purchased from Moore the building west of the pumping formerly used by LUlibridge as a Renter is putting in a second sliding dqors and and will use it as an implement He will also remodel his present imple ment quarters and construct a display platform in front to be about 10x84 feat in Head tteuters advertisement in another col this Figure with Cobb if you want tlje best Paint in to Abel Larson and of Big a on the 26th Just out A large new line of Wall Paper direct from the All new at home of Harry Webster and ife was gladdened by the arrival of a bright little on Tuesday March Misses Delia Markwood and Alice Peterson will open a dressmaking par lor in the Close on Reed the first of next Marshall the moved his family and household goods here from Sioux City the first of this They are now comfortably situated in Wilsons in the south part of How many would like to take A Trip to Africa The opportunity to do so will be given next Monday at the opera The quartet and other vocal work of the company ia said to be Two feet of the first of any consequence during the is re ported at and a fall of about six inches at Sioux This being a we may yet see high water in the river The five musical Hoyles are with Giffens at the opera house Saturday night of this They have established a reputation of their and will furnish music for the dance to be given after the entertain Smith Flanders shipped 405 head of cattle from their yards across the river last Seven carloads were forwarded to to be placed on the and six carloads were shipped to the Sioux City The firm now has but 189 head of cat tle in the 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 yovir He guarantees   

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