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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - April 19, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                THE VOLUME APRIL iNUMBER ONEPRICE CHEAP DRY Suitings in Fancy per Plain and per Jacquards per Figured blk 40 per Lace per Superior quality Bed per Stevens per 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 50 Mens Heavy per Mens Work Gloves good Mens 25c to Per pail Childs Shoes Childs Fine Shoes Misses Extra Fine Shoes Lady well worth Ladies True Blue Shoes Per pair LadiesGood Shoes Mens Oil Grain Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens Best Quality Shoes Boys Good Quality Shoes fMcCORKELL 1 Ib Our Best 1 Ib Star Mill 6 1 Ib Uncolored Japan 1 Ib High Grade Ceylon 1 can Good Quality 1 can Early June Peas 3 cans Good Quality 3 cans Good Quality 5 pounds Good Prunes 1 pound Fancy Evapcrted 1 package Matches 12 Good Your Butter and Eggs Will be Taken in Exchange for Goods at Their Highest Market BURGESS flND GOUNTHy 1 Elk was an Akron visitor Allkinds of Oils right H Teturnedthis fore noon from a business trip to Elk Bicycles of standard makes jthis season by An srfo the operahouse last the Akron Athletic EvaBradley returned Sat from a week the homeof Conservative Coffee at the Racket auui their 20c Coffee is behtar elsewhere at Wise is engaged withhift chine inshewing bushelSof for Bbyson cribbed west of the Navel 15c per dozen and of was business visitor here Tim Sullivan and James Ross went to Sioux City on stock business Tues i tcame from LeMars where heis a student at Normal An economical hint Do not buy your and Paints without looking over Cobos Harvey andMisScSjisie and little to LeMars last Satur and visited relatives until yester MJ 1Kik a came They will with and our VI Stale en on June JfL railroad will sell yat of one fare for the has of is a guest home of brotherin arrived this vhere he has forenoon from been i at the clurches last 3yeniLig were inostVppropriate and were 4 Vjloiallydigeststb Os ew Colunwua Binders and Jffiw receive a car p ideXlind Osbornw nvwfrutf secoild borne will In CornBi district came up from Siou1 yesterday to assist local JoW in initiatory work at their meetin He is now organizi lodge at LeMars Miss do you ypur tea J it is the best lvhave had in Goo buy all my teas and ooffi Burgess They have th xhere occurred in LeMars yesterday afternoon the weeding of pastor of the Baptist church and Miss Katherine The bride has been a teacher in the city schools at the county seat for years and a daughter of McDuttie and During the month of March the Akron Mflln company shipped carloads of flour and feed besides the consider amount required for the local and Change This is a record Tver before equalled in the mills his 6ry and is evidence of the steady gain in business thut the mills excellent product is The 16monthold baby girl of Hansen and wife died yesterday morn ing of This is the second child they have lost this their aged about twelve having died before they came here from Elk Hansen and wife have much sympathy iu their hour of sor The funeral 9f tbeir little one occurs tomorrow Friday Interment will be made in the city to reshest and best groceries in the townukron Crushed with ice cream and sode Slaughter went to Sioux City on business returning Our Oatmeal unsurpassed and sold cheaper than elsewhere in The Racket LA daughter was born to John Huck ert of Sioux Valley town on April Ben a faith curist or Christian science came up from Elk Point on this mornings Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING Money to loan on and Plymouth real For terms and rates apply to HAMPTON J Griffiths baby daughter has been seriously ill the past day or two with a complication of whooping coiigh and She was resting more easily this who went to to attend the funeral of his brotherinlaw the first of last re turned While absent he also visited old friends at bis former Charles He states that instead of getting rain back two or three inches of snow Mesdames E Horron and Eno departed Tuesday for Sioux Falls as delegates to the Baptist Womens Mis sionary convention of the western por tion of the United They re turned today and report a most enjoy able There were two hundred delegates present at the It now seems unlikely that Jarvis will start a brick yard in Akron tnia the owner of the land he de sires an extortionate price for the samsj Jarvis has an offer of a bonus of to start a yard at if he Inds the lo cation an advantageous may en gage in the business It is Akrons misfortune that the yards will not be located as it would cer tainly result in a better class of ings in a few At the commencement of this season we submit to the consideration of the farmers of thislocality a partial list of the reliable and standard goods fvhich we carry in A Fevjf Testimonials Regarding SWEEP MILLS j March Orendorff Martin We purchased one of your Sweep Mills from MoCorkell and will say it far exceeds our expectations as far as light draft and ca pacity are Wo are feeding 550 steers one mill and we could grind feed lor head with Wo are using a team that will weigh about and it is easy for The roller bearings are a great feature in this Wo think it far superior to any sweep mill on tho inajrkot Yours Foremanfor Smith If March Orendorff Martin pur chased ono of your Climak Sweep Grinders from your agents uhd will say it far excelled any I OVer and I have used four of different makes at different J I can grind us food in tho same lonjrth of time as I could frith 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 can grind pom 40 to 50 bushels of feed per Yours March i OrendoriE Martin purchased oneof your Climax Sweep Mills from your McCor kell and I am well pleased with It In every I have no trouble to grind 40 bushels of corn per It Is very liffht If I worn buying another I would buy tho same and would recommend this null to all who want feed Yours truly i Keystone and Hovvell 11Foot Buckeye and FullerLees Disc and Shoe Victor and American Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing Grain King and Elwood Sweep Bonsher Power Peed Mills Canton Hand Cornshellers Marseilles and Keystone Power Wood and Steel Lever Canton Red Diamond and Success Sulky 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 Wall Paper 2e and at Adam Kundert returned to his home in LeMars Henry Bpetger shipped a couple cars of cattle to Chicago last Saturday Jfoble was a passenger to Sioux City on business last returning Buckwheat and a full line of bottled Edgington Deputy Sheriff Elmer Herron was in this vicinity serving papers per taining to the May term of district Ellis reports the birth of a son to John Erickson and residing southeast of town on the Broken Ket April i Canned Goods which were bought before the advance in prieesjI am selling them off at the old which is a saving of 20 per WILL Frank Waterbury has movjed into he recently purch ised of The latler has moved into the Dunn property in the south part of where bis family will reside until he can arrai ge for them to go to w lere he will engage in Catherine Gimmel cajpae up from Sioux City on Tuesday the purpose of organizing a class the home of in the she sang several charming which were listened to by a number of persons invited to be pres She went to where her parents Miss Hattie the 18yearold daughter of Sayles and re siding across the river in South was kicked in last the stomach by i She was about tc horse drive to the home of her Mrs John and was arranging tt e har ness when the horse kicked the force of the blow being suflici snt to knock her The young Juc y was carried into the house and Clark She was quite for a Buinight shipped a car of hogs to Chicago last Apples and City Webster and wentto Chatsworth yesterday to flnish a job of mason Isaac ar rived here today with a car of cattle for his farm across the Lady Elgin arrived in the city last Saturday and is now stopping at Burgess and see Miles Smith returned yesterday to his ranch near His wife went to for a visit with Look at every n teitfn drop into Cobbs and i hi of Wall Paper and be COL vincea he can and will save you i 4 Cilley was the little daughter of south of who had a stick fracture of a bone in resulting from a Waterbury expects a new town on the Yankton extension ot the Milwaukee the first of next where he will engage fa the practice of law and alsodo a real es tate The with his Jacob liuble was a passenger to Chatsworth this Notice our low prices on New Sum mer Dress Goods at the itacket Hammer and children de parted Tuesday for new home at Hot Jusi out A large new line of Wall Paper direct from the All new at of who fornn ly lived on a farm north east of I was here last Mrs rvho hiif1 been a guest at f her otu ed Tuesday to Sioux who hVts feverat the is was once Pauls to iV liversity S is now Ir nonce in Schroeder and ison and Bettio LucKey oux C j chis afternoon numerous Akron hopes that success may attend his A large delegation of Akron Fellows and their wives will at the celebration of the 81st of the founding of the order to be hell at LeMars next April An excellent program has been ar ranged and a big attendance of three linkers from three states is antici pated Reserved seats for the Dixie Jubilee concert will be on sale at Winter beginning April A large number have already expressed their intention of and those but is now nicely April at the opura desiring a good the same seat shoijld procure The prices of admis sion will be 35 and 25 Bear iu mind the yje annual session of the EXPERIMENT WITH YClKsT JBYES Thats just what when you allow an incompetent op ticlan to fix you up with a of Remove all uncertainty by having Graduate fit the proper tenses to your He guarantees h3 Seyeral new stretches are in course of goes without saying that t the cause ithut The n been also titttob wa4k the Sayles by John Struble returned to Akron last from where he has engaged in the study of medicine since last He completed an allopathic course and also passed a pharmaceutical examina tion He has heretofore taken a course in Few young men are better equipped to enter their profession than and the predicts for him successful career and one of much use fulness to He has not yet Inlly itctoniiiniMl whure will   

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