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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - April 5, 1900, Akron, Iowa UME VOLUME APRIL NUMBER 3 All persons holding tickets bear ing date of MARCH 28 on re turning receive goods to the full oftheir March 28th the Burgess Smith ONEPRICE CHEAP DRY Suitings in Fancy per Plain and per Jacquards per Figured blk 40 per Lace per 1 Superior quality Bed per 1 Stevens per Table per Fancy per Misses per Ladies 3 pair Mens Rockford per Mens FastBlack Half per Mens Fancy Mens Heavy Work Boys Bib per Mens Bib per Mens Heavy per Work Gloves good Mens to 15 12J We are agents tot one of the largest 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 50 Per yard Hemp Bag Ingrain Extra Super Union Extra Super Union Cotton Extra Super All Per yard Art Carpet best Kiddermister Brus sels 75 Tapestry Body Welton Per pair Childs Shoes piilds Fine Shoes Misses Extra Fine Shoes worth Ladies True Blue Shoes Per pail Ladies Good Shoes Mens Oil Grain Work Shoes Mens Fine S Mens Best Quality s Shoes Boys Good Quality Shoes 1 R Our Best 1 fo Star Mill 6 1 lb Uncolored Japan 1 tt High Grade Ceylon 1 can Good Quality 1 can Early June 3 cans Good Quality 3 cans Good Quality 5 pounds Good 1 pound Fancy Evaported 1 package Matches 12 Good TOWN ftND COUNTRY Haviland Monday from a trip to Sioux All kinds of Oils at right at Klauer and wife became the parents of a handsome daughter on April An economical hint Do not buy your Wall Paper and Paints without looking over Cobbs Sargent returned today after a stay of weeks at his farm near Grant and at Sioux Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKKON MILLING George of is employed in the mill heredur ing the illness of the wife of the head Hollen beck worked in the Jetfereon whichrecently discontinued The Portland township trustees met lust Monday afternoon as a board of but no person entered complaint of improper The same road supervisors appointed as served last and and Clark was reappointed health ice has melted in the river and the water has risen There is danger of the temporary bridge going out should the water rise another it is not very likely to as the snow north has been principally absorbed by the The contractors for the new bridge have about fifty days loft to fill their of a brother of of was a pleasant guest of the this The gentlemen worked together in the same shop in Sioux City eight years and he is the only one of the men employed there that Miller has met since that Beaulieu ie a cook by J Thode went to Vermillion on Navel 15c per dozen and Edward and Harry Fields were visi tors in Hawarden last Mrsi Smythe went to Elk Point last where she is visiting rela tives and Buckwheat Flour and a full line of bottled Pickled Edgington Bradley and drove over to the county seat on business returning this Father Sullivan went to Sioux City on Tuesday and returned accompanied by Father as sistant in Marys parish Miss Esther Johnson went to Ver million on Tuesday for a visit with her is attending the uni Sher returned today with her who drove Miss do you buy your tea I it is the best tea I have had in GOOD buy all my teas and coffees at Burgess They have the freshest and best groceries in the Searls began work in the depot the first of the taking the posi tion resigned by Kiles who departed today for where he will enter the Commercial college and take a course in telegraphy and He has proved himself a valuable employe here and is bound to be successful in his chosen profes Kennedy has received word from his who is operator for the Millwaukee at Dell that he has been promoted to the position of day operator and clerk at Walter has put in nine months of continuous and faithful service at Dell where heretofore it has been impossible to keep a man exceed three or four The duties are arduous and the situation an undesirable but he stayed by it and has earned his He will his new position in a few Figure with Cobb if want the best Paintin Alice Look came up from Elk Point last Apples and City went to Sioux City last Saturday and visited until Just outl A large new line of Wall Paper direct fromthe All new at Jones went to Elk Point this where her husband is assistingin revival meetings at the Baptist The fln6 weather of the present week witness the farmers busily engaged in their and the work of planting the small grain will soon be Goodroad came down from last Friday and was a guest at the home of his J until His daugh ters visited in Knott came up from Sioux City on Tuesday for consultation with Cilley in thev case of Paul residing six miles west of who is seriously ill with the grip and nervous The time for securing signers to the mulct petition expired last Tuesday It is reported that a few more than the required fifty per of sig natures in the town of Akron were ob but the saloon men are on the anxious seat regarding the result of the canvass of the petition by the board of In LeMars the petition carried with about 70 per of The colored A Trip to appeared at the opera house last Monday and Tuesday The first night drew a full house and coons danced and sang as it is pos sible for only a darkey to but the second nights attendance was such as to cause a shadow of to spreadover their dusky uud the show was of a corresponding na The male quartet selections and the bass solos by the inimitable Sloan Edwards were about the only redeem ing 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 CLIHAX SWEEP MILLS v March Orendorff Martin purchased orio of your Climax Sweep Mills from McCorkell and will say it far exceeds our expectations as far as light draft and ca pacity are Wo are feeding 550 steers with one mill and wo could grind fend for 000 head with are using a team that will weigh about and it is easy for The roller bearings are a grout feature in this We think it far superior to any sweep mill on the 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 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 over I can grind from 40 to 50 bushels of feed per Yours March Orendorff Martin Omaha purchased one of your Climax Sweep Mills from your McCor kell and will say I am well pleased with it in every I have no trouble to grind 40 bushels of corn It is very If I wore buying another I would buy the same and would recommend this mill to all who want feed Yours Keystone and Ho well 11foot Buckeye and FullerLees Disc and Shoe Victor and American Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing Grain King and Sweep Bonsher Power Feed Mills Canton Hand Cornshellers Marseilles and Keystone Power Wood and Steel Lever Canton Red Diamond and Success Sulky and Gang Morrispn 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 Washin g Machines Case Threshing Ma chines and Buggies and Bicycles of standard makes for sale this season by at Waterbury and little daughter went to Sioux City on Tues day to visit her Mrs of arrived last Tuesday for a visit at the her Miss who had been a guest of her returned yesterday to her home at Sioux Look at everything in then drop into Cobbs and inspect his stock of Wall Paper and be convinced that he can and will save you V The threemonthold son of Walter Scott and wife died last of after an illness of several The funeral was held Tuesday and interment made in the Akron Fred Koch and James Myers accom panied a cattle shipment to Chicago last Saturday James returned he declares that expenses are away toohigh in the big windy Miss Estaline Rhodes arrived Satur day for a two weeks visit at the home of her of the Backet She has been teaching school at Linn and will return andfinish the Moore is considerably perturbed over the loss of the poll books of the recent He started down town Tuesday morning and stopped in his yard to fix the laying the books upon the He returned to the house for a moment and when he came out again the books bad mys teriously Moores theory is that some small boy happened along and appropriated temperance will preach at the E church Sunday In the evening he will give a gospel temper ance and also on Monday and Tuesday evenings will illustrate his lectures with stereoptican No admission feo will be Hebdon has been in Akron previously arid IB known as an excellent speaker on temperance A daughter was born to Joe Easton and residing of last 1 something new in Easter and other novelties in at City Button has just received his first carof new Osborue binder fresh from the mills of FOR furnished front suitable for young gentlemen or light Inquire at TRIBUNE Kendall drove to Alcester last Tuesday for a visit with her and was accompanied by her Miss Canned Goods which were bought before the advance in am selling them off at the old which is a saving of 20 per WILL The household effects of But ton are being loaded into a car for shipment to Kansas where and Button will make their fu ture he at the pres ent Lou Dalgleish came down from Chatsworth lust where he is employed in Hopkins He returned this accom panied by Miss Margaret who will visit at bis Edgar came up from Sioux City last Saturday to attend the funeral of her David She returned home yesterday after a visit with her Waterbury and Xext Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock there will be held in the church a union Sunday school to which Christian people and those in terested in Sunday school work are invited to of Sunday school will address the which is in line with a plan adopted at a recent meeting of Sunday school representa tives of the various denominations for the purpose of furthering and thor oughly extending the work in this At that time it was arranged to make a thorough canvass and hold Sunday school convention in to Goodroad and re siding west of a oro April Miss Hannah Simeon went to Bores on where she has1 a position with a private Lady Elgin arrived in the city last Saturday and is now stopping at Burgess Call and see Palm departed Tuesday for her former where she will assist in her sisters millinery store foe a short A social will be held tomorrow Fri day evening at the home of Mel for the beneQt of the Akron Bap tist to which all are On account of the State en campment on June the railroad will sell tickets at the rate of one fare for the round Powell who has been so seriously was considerably but her condition is not so favorable The TKIBUNE hopes to chronicle her rapid recovery next of the firm of Hig Sioux who was making some collections in Chats worth stepped on a rotten plank and sustained a seriously sprained He received medical attention in Akron today and took the after noon train for Sioux He was compelled to use crutches and will probably continue to do so for several who caused her husband to be arrested last week for assaujt and was a southbound passenger on Monday afternoons As she bought a ticket for Elk Point and checked her trunk to the same the supposition is that she met her who took hasty departure on Wednesday night of last at that They in all probabil resume martial relations m some other WHY EXPERIMENT WITH YpUR EYES Thats just what you Oiw when you allow an incompetent tician to fix you up with a pair of Remove all uncertainty by having Graduate proper lenses to your he guarantees his
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