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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - May 10, 1900, Akron, Iowa THE AKRON VOLUME L MAY NUMBER Burgess Smit ONEPRICE CHEAP DRY Suitings in Fancy per Plain and per Jiicquards per Figured blk 40 per Laco per Superior quality Bed per Stevens per Table per Fancy per Misses per Ladies 3 pair Mens Kockford per FastBlack Half per Fancy Heavy Work Boys Bib per Mens Bib per Heavy per Work Gloves good to pair 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 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 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 Market BURGESS TOWN AND COUNTRY Finest AVall Paper at was in town All kinds of soft drinks on ice Edgington Figure with Cobb if you want the best Paint in came down from Ireton on business Albert Wallin has resigned his po sition in Johnson store and gone back to Our Slippers and Oxfords for ladies are the best in town for the money The llacket Silas of Adaville re turned last Saturday from a visit at South Datota llhodes enjoyed a brief visit with his of Red on A man was telling a very interest ing experience but stopped to look at the beautiful Wall Paper at Ha Ha of arrived Tuesday afternoon for a short visit at the home of her Paul Unclaimed letters remain in the Akron addressed to the fol lowing persons Robert Davis and The condition of daughter of Sum Easton and who is ill with heart is no better and grave doubts are entertained as to her The six yearold son of of is very ill with rheumatic Cilluy ia in attendance and the little fellows condition was 90 iserious that Ellis was called in anil of Des departed after a pleasant visit at the home of Hand represents a Des Molnoti fire insurance company and huro adjusted the loss on F Field Peas in bulk at the Racket AVall Paper 2c and at Clarence Barr is learning the barber trade in Harry Hammers All kinds of Oils at right AVade returned yesterday from a visit relatives at Elk The musicclass of Miss Eva Lilli bridge will give a piano recital on May Our implement dealers continue to receive large consignments of farm The Aid society will serve a tencent supper in the Kate Close building on Saturday The man with long whiskers has been predominant on the trains going toward Sioux Falls this and Page returned to their home near Chatsworth after a visit at the home of their Services at the Baptist church next Lords morning and by Pastor The Strange Career of Two Ambitious Young Men is the title of the evening The Akron Telephone association has erected a new pole in front of the central with accomodations for fortyeight It is a great im provement over the old of arrived last accompanied by her four and will visit her Henry She may remain throughout the and AVebster drove to Sioux City last where they were called by the critical condition of Websters who had re cently undergone an operation for They returned Eyland and Fields were passengers to Des yester where the go as delegates to the republican state Palm was selected as one of the dele but was unable to attend uiul Fields liis i Sol of was in town Navel 15c per dozen and English has built a fine new barn during the past cheaper Paper at The weekly shoot of the Gun club was postponed by reason of the nonarrival of Magill and Sioux arrived Saturday and are visiting her Jenkins broke a wheel on one of his drays and was com pelled to bring a lumber wagon into Farnham and Miss arrived yesterday from Cedar and are guests at the home of their son and Farn They may reside here perman Burgess went to Sioux City on where he will represent the Akron lodge at the meeting of the Iowa grand From there he went to on business and will return The UptoDate club held a very en joyable meeting at the home of and On May 30 will be held the last meeting of the and the members are arranging for a banquet on that date which will eclipse all previous Once more the steel range who have been making Akron their head quarters for some time have come to The beginning of their pres ent difficulty dates baqk some It seems that while plying their voca tion in the vicinity of Sioux Falls they got into some trouble by reason of their business and engaged the services of a Sioux Falls law firm to defend After the case was settled the stove men left without making a settlement with the On Monday the attorneys swooped down upon them attached their and now the operations of the gang are effect ually slopped tov somttime ut McCORKELL SPRING flNNOUNGEMENT 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 March Orendorff Martin purchased one of your Climax Sweep Mills from McCorkell and will say it far exceeds our expectations as far us light draft and ca pacity are Wo are feeding 550 steers with one mill anil 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 Smitli 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 sumo 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 Mavtin purchased one of your Climax Sweep Mills from your McCor and wilLsoy 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 sume and would recommend this mill to all who want feed Yours Keystone and Howell 31foot Buckeye and FullerLees Disc and Shoe Victor and American Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing Grain KingandJElwood Sweep I 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 I Crushed with ice creamand soda AVincher and of were Akron visitors of has been transacting business in Akron this Our best line of canned goods are the Diamond and Blue Henry Holden and Burnight have improved the appearance of their residences by fresh coats of A new and substantial crossing has been put in on Heed between the stores of Wintersteen and Austin returned to her home at after an extended visit with her For the past month or more Akron has experienced a salt it being impossible to buy any barrel salt in but the long fresh spell was broken when a full carload came to Akron The saloon petition was defeated by six votes at at the re cent As a formerly of who re cently went into the saloon business will soon locate at The 17th of May is the Norwegian Fourth of or independence being observed in commemoration of the independence of Norway from Danish in On that date a large party of Norwegians will leave Paul for the mother and it is understood that several from Union will be among the num Owing to the scarcity of bricklayers and carpenters in the con tractors for the Catholic church and parsonage were compelled to bring up several men from Sioax The work was commenced Monday and already both foundations have been completed and the framework started on the which will be an eightroom fitted with all mod ern Water mains are now luiiifj laid o the Oats for 2t Jar vis was a passenger on the southbound train Houses for sale at all kinds of prices and See A club dance will be given at the opera house on Wednesday May An economical hint Do not buy your Wall Paper and Paints without looking over Cobbs Klauer has recently put in a new cement walk and made other im provements on his residence Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING District court convened at LeMars on with Judge Oliver on the On the calendar appear forty three cases noticed for trial and forty four new cases are Six crimi nal cases appear on the three of them old cases against saloon one rape one incest and an other of The Brauch and McNamara divorce cases were both de cided in favor of The Ladies Aid society of the church held a very pleasant session at the home of Wednesday An interesting program consisting of readings and recitations was Ice cream and cake furnished refreshment and all enjoyed the social The ladies will a 6 oclock ten cent tea at the Kate Close rooms on Saturday of this public are The Plymouth county grand jury finished its work for the present term yesterday Two indictments were in the cases of Herman and August The grand jury also recommended to the county board of supervisors that the present court house building is not adequate to present requirements and an unsafe repository for county records in case of It was also recom mended that the question of the erec tion of a new court house be submitted to the voters of the county at a special Cheapest AVall Paper at At Millet Seed for 394t Petera went to Sioux City OB Monday and returned and City The Band will give its first regular street concert of the season on Saturday of came down yesterday and attended the HultgrenCarlson A son was born to and James who formerly re sided near on the Raish was a passenger to Sioux Falls where he in the populist national accompanied by her Miss departed yesterday for where they will visit her From there they go to and visit with relatives of They expect to be gone about six The personal effects of Miss Ladivia whose sad death was chronicled in these columns last week have been taken charge of by the Baptist and the same will be used toward pay ing the funeral expenses of the de It had been the intention to sell them at public Work on the new bridge is not pro gressing so rapidly as expected and it ia very doubtful if it will be completed on contract May The sink ing of the big steel caissons was de layed considerably by reason of the water running in faster than it could be pumped making it impossible for men to go down into them and dig out the A shovel was lixed up on the end of a long timber and oper ated from the but very slow pro gress was The men are work ing upon the second of the four casi sons Yesterday the pile driver was brought over from LeMars and a considerable quantity of the material has also arrived during the Only a small force of men is ut work
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