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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - June 14, 1900, Akron, Iowa VOLUME JUKE NUMBER iL Burgess Smith ONEPRICE CHEAP DRY Suitings in Fancy per Plain and per Jftcquards r20 Figured bile 40 per Lace per Superior quality Bed per Stevens per Tables per Fancy per ilp Ladies 3 pair Kockford per FastBlack Half per Fancy Heavy Boys Bib per Mens Bib per Heavy per Work Gloves good to I Per pair Childs Shoes Childs Fine Shoes Misses Extra Fine Shoes Lady well worth 150 Ladies True Blue Shoes Per pair Ladies Good Shoes Mens Oil Grain Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens Best Quality Shoes Boys Good Quality Shoes I 1 lb Our Best 1 ft Star Mill 1 tt Uncolored Japan 1 Ib High Grade Ceylon 1 can Good Quality 1 can Early jfcne 3 cans Good Quality 3 cans Good 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 MeCQRKELL OCXS At the commencement of this season we submit to the consideration of the this locality a partial list of the reliable and standard goods which we carry in A Few Regarding the CLIflAX SWEEP MILLS March Orondorfl Martin purchased one of your Climax Sweep Mills nnd willsay it far exceeds our expectations as far as light draft and ca pacity are Wo are feeding550 steers with one mill nnd we could grind feed for 600 head with Wo are using a team that will weigh ahout and it is easy for The ioller bearings are a groat feature in this We think It far superior to any sweep mill on tho market Yours Foreman for Smith March Orendbrff Martin pur chased ono of your Climax Sweep Grinders from your agents and will any it far excelled any I ever and I have usocWour of different makes at different I can as much feed in the same length of time as I could with two of any other make that I have used with tho 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 Orendorff Martin purchased one of your Climax Sweep Mills from McCor and will say pleased it in every I have no trouble to grind 40 bushels It Is very light If r were buying another I would buy the same kind and would recommend this mill to all who want feed j Keystone and Ho well 11foot Buckeye and FulleiLees Disc and Shoe Victor and American Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing Grain KingandlElwood Sweep 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 Walking and Rid ing and 6 Canton Riding and Walk ing CantonStalk Canton and Boyd Check Davenport Wireless Plant to work accurately on any Bain and Canton CycloneWashing Machines Case Threshing Ma chines and Buggies and 51 TOWN flND COUNTRY of Elk was a guest Do yon want a Dont tail to see that big line ut Regular preaching services by the pastor at the church next Sun Public Sentiment When Cobb fills your Prescriptions they are filled Get yourself a pair of knives and or a Willsons old and Mrs of Sioux visited at the home of his Miles last Satur Mosher went formerly resided near there and will renew acquaintances with Shedd took out one of those fine Columbia surreys yesterday purchased from the complete stock of Mellen and Kound expect to start tomorrow morning on a visit to at Portage and other Wiscon sin The TIUBUNE wishes them pleasant persons from Akron and immediate vicinity were among the excursionists poured into Riverside last Sun It an ideal day for an out ing and the sixteen trainloads of peo ple made the most of the pleasures af forded at that delightful On Monday in an athletic field contest between the University of South Dakota and Drake Des held at the South Dakota young men won by 68 points to their opponents 1 The Ps were superior in the jumps and winning each of these and Brake showed up in Fred the a former Akron handily won the high jump against of clearing iivi1 foet and six Smoke Amslers Wall Paper as cheap as the cheapest Griffiths omnibus looks gay in a new coat of red and yellow We are long on Canned Goods and short on Everything at Will Gibson is putting in a block of brick walk along the south uide of the school house Does your house or barn need paint ing Never can be done cheaper than Paint and brushes at cost at bright little daughter came into the home of and four miles southeast of last Complete line and the best grade of FIKEWOKKS just received at the CITY Lay in your supply for the Fourth Beach has built a considerable addition to his farm south west of and also rearranged the rooms Miss Estelline who has finished term of school at Linn returned to Akron yesterday and will summer here at the home of her Lester Martin Scott and Bennett returned this forenoon from their trip to Westphalia and eastern The gentlemen re port having greatly enjoyed the trip and were favorably impressed with the They found the Akron colony in that section to be both hap py and sending their best wishes to friends Cobb and Mead have purchased the drug stock form erly carried by Lee Willson and will consolidate the same their own About the first of July Cobb will remove his entire stock of goods into the store room formerly oc cupied by Lee The new location will be more spacious and and will permit him to carry a larger and more complete line of Freezers fbr rent at the The bottom has fallen out of drug sundries at Slaughter went to Sioux City on business this Dont fail to get a pair of those Shoes at reduced at the Racket Do you use tea or coffee Do you remember those choice blends that Willson kept YOUKS NOW AT COST Henry Smith who are en gaged in the lumber business at Beres will starta lumber yard at pastor of the Ger man Lutheran church at arrived Tuesday to visit a few days at the home of Miss Anna Johnson returned last Saturday from attendance at the Uui yerslty of South Both and her will be students at that excellent Institution during the next Misses Pearl and Cora Nickel arrived Monday from and will make their home with their uncle and and They will enter our excellent public school at the beginning of the fall of the Willson went to yesterday and will look after business matters until who is employed in Hardys store at came down Tuesday to re main in charge during his ftThe ladies of the Fourth of July decorating committee met last evening at the home of It was found that nearly all the business houses in town contemplate having a good display and to join in the The colonies will be repre sented by young ladies on and there will be a Dewey brigade of boys on Of Uncle Sam and the Goddess of Liberty will be a con spicuous The committee will meet at the school house at the call of the bell tomorrow Friday at which time the committee desires to meet all the boya who wish to take piUt in the Get your Ice Cream at the All kinds of soft drinks on Edgington White was a passenger to Chatsworth Tobacco lay in your fall supply of at A new lot of Pulley Belt just received at The Racket Hiss Lillian Jenkins gave an enjoy ible pivrty last evening to a number of Dont send away for Groceries when can get them at Willsons at e now offer our Ladles Oxford Shoes at a reduction for the balance of his Racket and Boyson Ross and their Will drove to Vermili on lastevening and returned accompanied by their Misses Alt a and who have been students at the University of South Dakota during the past In the court house at Elk Point here is kept a large pencil bearing the inscription This pencil s kept in memory of being used on April in recording the of the board of county ordering the payment of the last dollar of indebtedness against Union Oscar arrived yesterday rom where be re cently closed a successful term as nrincipal ofthe public schools atthat He will remain here during he summer and in September will as rume the principalship of the Akron ubjic to which position he was looted by Fred of the German Lutheran and family start next VIonday on a visit of five weeks with elativea at Browntou and and Milwau kee and skes live at Brownton and Meskes parents at His will also accompany hem to Minnesota for a few weeks a big line in at Get a nice fan n dish of Ice Cream at the The broom corn trust is off at Will sons old Buy a broom at work of bringing Main street to a grade level still Instead of eight Wises steam engine is nojW operating the and does the work in a moresatisfactory with less expense to the Miles Smith departs Friday morning for where her husband conducts a large They wfll make their home Her Misa Lotta K en accompanies Akron regrets the departure these who have for made their home but many friends will wish them pleasant surroundings in their new Bradley and Harry Webster finished the work of tearing out the temporary bridge across the mill dam this The structure was not very handsome in but it answered its purpose and many dollars across its rough planks into the tills of Akron also furnish ing ample accomodation to residents on the Dakota The lumber con tained therein will be used in the re pair of county Marshal Cain ended the earthly existence of a large black vagrant dog this which was afliicted with suspicious He shot the canine twice in the head with a 32 near Johnson but the bullets seemed to take little the dog running away and hiding under Lillibridgea The marshal procured a aided by several succeeded in locating and the A charge of shot wus put into the and and even then he ran until he struck a board when death came to his Unlike the he probably wont come There are oilier goodfornothing dogs in town that shoiikl be sent to the canine Smoke Amslers New We can save you money on all you Backet Oils and VarnlBhes of every right Joe who has been working near during the and who is now employed Jimmie Bodens livery barn at Ha came down Ho expects to return to Akron this fall and reopen the lunch daughter of and residing in the south part of fell from horse last evening and broke both bones in her right Ellis reduced the fracture and made the little unfor tunate as comfortable Stewart and Barr fcwent to Sioux City last Monday to attend the threeday shoot given by the Soo Gun In Tues the first days out of a possible 180 Akrons contin gent scored as follows 132 The highest score made was McCaffree departed thte morning and Misses Edith Whitaker and Maggie Shearer fore noon for where they go aa delegatesfrom Akron to the Ep worth League convention of the Sioux City distriefri McCaffree will contribute to the program a paper on Methodist and Misa Sheareif will read a entitled The Epwortn Leaguer in Franklin of Sioux and of Ida arrived Tuesdayfor u of weeks at the home of their Readers of the THIUUNK will recall the fact that Webster had not seen his brother and two ters in twentyeight not even much as knowing where they but on the 28th day of last he having learned of their by careful of Akron business the two brothers and two sistera ended the long aejmwtioa by meeting Iti reunion at the home of Sioux
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