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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - April 26, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                TtTtn rl FJ TRIBUNE VOLUME APRIL NUMBER Burgess ONEPRICE CHEAP DRY Suitings in Fancy per Plain nnd per Jacquards per Figured blk 40 per Lace per Superior quality Beci per Stevens per Table per Fancy per Misses per Ladies 3 pair Mens Rockford per FastBlack Half per Fancy Work Boys Bib per Mens Bib per Heavy per Work Gloves good to Per pair Childs Shoes Childs Fine Shoes Misses Extra Fine Shoes Lady well worth Ladies True Blue Shoes Per pail LadiesGood Shoes Oil Grain Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens Best Quality Shoes Boys Good Quality Shoes 1 Ib Our Best 1 Ib Star Mill 6 1 Ib Uncolored Japan 1 Ib High Grade Ceylon Tea 1 can Good Quality 1 can Early June Peas 3 cans Good Quality 3 cans Good Quality 5 pounds Good 1 pound Fancy Evaported 1 package Matches 12 Good YoUr Butter and Eggs Will be Taken in Exchange for Goods at Their Highest Market BURGESS M TOWN AND COUNTRY V V V V Johnson was a business visitor in Ha warden on 1 All kinds of Oils at right at Henry is pain fully ill with rheumatism of the Miss Delia of is a guest at the home of her David James Johnston and wife went to Lemars on where they will N visit friends several Miss May bookkeeper for McCorkell visited her in Sioux Saturday until Burrill and wife and Thode went to Sioux City on where they listened to the great Pader in the Look at everything in then drop into Cobbs and inspect his stock of Wall Paper and be convinced that be caa and will save you Liveryman Vanderham went to yesterday in quest of hay for his It is impossible to secure a supply in this vicinity at the present GriOith and wife desire to express their sincere appreciation of the many kindnesses extended by friends and neighbors during the illness and after the death of their beloved little Robert one of Plymouth countys oldest died at Lesiars on April after an illness of several of cancer of the aged 45 He came to Union township twentyeight years where he has special train of about fifteen cars of stock will be shipped to Chicago from Akron on The con signments will be made principally by several of our solid northeast Of who have been feeding dur ing the past winterj The TUIBUNK hopes they muy strike a ilrstclaas Frank was a passenger to Elk Point last Monday on Notice our low prices on New Sum mer Dress Goods at the Racket Barr went to Elk Point on Tuesday to visit at the home of her The next term of district court con venes May indications point to a light Our Oatmeal is unsurpassed and sold cheaper than elsewhere in The Racket and Waterbury drove over to the county seat on business last returning is said to be good in the Big although the catches are principally small members of the finny Muir and Adolph resid ing on the Talbot ranch north of Sioux visited over Sunday at the home of of Des ia expected to occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church the first Sunday in both morning and Allow your attention to be called to the advertisements of ker proprietors of the Akron and ice Alanson Baker departed yester day on a visit to her sister at South Sioux She resided there years her folks being among the first white settlersUn that Paul an incubator which batched ninety out of one hundred eggs the other Eightysix of the chicks are now alive and This is an average batch that is diflicult to and demonstrates that Wendt understands Ihe raising of poultry by artificial Marshal Cain received Tuesday pho tographs and descriptions of the six criminals who escaped from the yard at the Sioux Falls penitentiary last Three of them have been re One Boyd is said to have stolen a horse and buggy from in Elk last Tuesday Wall Paper 2c and at Navel 15c per dozen and Harry Hammer was a passenger to Sioux City last returning next Payne and are the parents of a born on April Alfred Waterbury departed Tues day for where he will engage in the practice of Lady Elgin arrived in the city last Saturday and is now stopping at Burgess Call and see Willson went to and yesterday on mat ters of returning this frequent April showers have burst the buds and the trees are rapid ly putting on their green summer Money to loan on Union and Plymouth real For terms and rates apply to HAMPTON Albert Yon Hagel drove to LeMars on business this accom panied by Bert of rep resentative of the Champion Harvester the West field was in Akron last Sun enroute to on bis He returned on Monday after noons passenger and remained here until Tuesday From this station there were shipped to Chicago live cars of cattle last Sat urday and three cars on Among the shippers were Henry Wil August Jurgeson and Elmer OReilly went in with Willera The Yankton Musical Trio and Concert consisting of the following violinist Miss Mabel pianist and will enter tainment at the Friday April The admission price is only 15 and placing the musical treat within the reach of I MCCORKELL 4 1 1 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 CLIHAX SWEEP MILLS March Orendorff Martin purchased one of your Climax Sweep Mills from McCorkell and will say it far exceeds our expectations as far as light draft arid ca pacity are We are feeding 550 steers with one mill and we could grind feed for 600 head with We are using a team that will weigh about and it is easy for The roller bearings are a great feature in this We think it far superior to any sweep mill on the market Yours Foreman for Smith I 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 ofdifferent makes at different I can grindas much feed in the same length 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 nnymill I ever I can grind from 40 to 50 bushels of feed per Yours March Orendorff Martin purchttsed one of your Climax Sweep Mills Ironvyovir and willsay I am 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 Keystone and Ho well 11foot Buckeye and PullerLees Disc and Shoe Victor and American Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing i i Grain King and Elvvood Sweep Bonsher Power Feed Mills Canton Hand Cornshellera Marseilles and Keystone Power Woodvand 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 New arrivals of Wall Paper at Meads this Crushed with ice and soda A son was born to Hans Hanson and wife this April John Burnight and children de parted today on a to relatives at Buckwheat Flour and a full line of bottled Pickled Edgington of one of the applicants for principal of our was in town last Miss Rae Palm began the first of his week to learn the dressmaking rrade with Misses Mark wood and Subject of sermons at church Sunday morning The Object of Bible Evening sermon The Book of Frank BJy thoroughly renovating and painting the Cottage Hotel preparatory to occupancy by the new management on Canned Goods which were bought before the advance in am selling them off at the old is a saving of 20 per WILL Miss Nettie Hail formerly of who had been visiting relatives and friends at returned last week to her home in where she will accept a position as typesetter in the Journal Fred of ar rived here last Saturday for a visit at the borne of bis George His came several weeks during the early part of their daughters Carter and family formerly resided in be Deing one of the mill Frank Bly is selling off bisf livery preparatory to going out of the He disposed of two good teams who is to be the new proprietor of the Cot rage hotel and1 eame up from Sioux City today with a load of is said to have some line teams and Apples and City Sargent and Boysen Boss went to Sioux City on business aunt of went to Sioux City last Monday on a visit to her Just out A large new line of Wall Paper direct from the All new at Pastor Jones will preach a sermon to young people next afternoon at the Baptist Levi Bixby of were guests at the home of Edgiugton the first few days of this 1 Conservative buys her Tea and Coffee at theRacket and declares their 20c Coffee is better than she got elsewhere at 25c Elk Point 25 Auditor Whitney sold bis handsome residence property last Tuesday to Joseph Consideration The concert to be given by the Dixie Jubilee Singers next Monday at the opera will be the equal of anything in the musical tine ever heard Secure a good seat early at Miss do you buy your tea I it is the best tea I have bad in GOOD buy all my teas and coffees at Burgess They have the freshest and best groceries in the Adam of Lestarg has sold to Baker lotp 1 and block in and the resi dence for a consideration of Powell has sold to Agnes lots 1 and block for Agent Searla received today a freight bill on the first carload of ma terial for Akrons new from the Canton Bridge The ear was forwarded on April 21 and should arrive here tomorrow or next The charges on the car are which as well as the charges on following the Milwaukee road contributes free of Goto the Kacket Store for Fresh Garden Seeds at half The front of Harry Hammers bar ber shop baa received a fresh coat of Hans Smith went to Vennilliori on business returning the fol lowing County Auditor of Union was up from Elk Point yester day between An economical hint Do not buy your Wall Paper and Paints without looking over Cobbs Dars Gwine to be a Jubilee at the opera house on Monday April by the famous Dixie Jubilee Use Iowas Best or Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING Norris died at bis home in April of the aged 78 He was a veteran of the civil anA came to Leiuars in The the colored with the Yankton Musical are well worth the price of Do not fail to bear Friday April 15 and We are in a position this spring to give the best prices on new and up todate Wall Paper this town has evter Come in and see for your No to show you through our One at Meads City Drug Y Fritz Larson and Anna and Hulda Peterson arrived last Monday from and are visiting at the home of their old Emil and Miss Sophie south of They wity probably become residents of this Henry Farnnam went to Ha warden last from which place he ac companied a shipment of cattle to the ranch of his near He will probably remain there during the coming sum This exile the wilds of Da kota will be rather bard on as there is prospect for tin excellent growth of onions and in this locality the present   

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