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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - June 21, 1900, Akron, Iowa VOLUME JUNE iNUMREK Burgess Smith ONEPRICE CHEAP DRY Suitings in Fancy per Plain and per Jacquards per Figured blk 40 per per Superior finality 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 03 Is z JH H Per pair Childs Shoes Childs Fine Shoes Misses Extra Fine Shoes Lady well worth L a d i e s True Blue Shoes Per pail LadiesGood Shoes Mens Oil Grain Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens Best Quality Shoes Boys Good Quality Shoes 1 R Our Best 1 Ib Star Mill 6 1 Ib 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 Your Butter and Eggs Will be Taken in Exchange for Goods at Their Highest Market BURGESS W j TOWN flND COUNTRY Do you want a Hammock Dont fail to see that big line at of Sioui was a passenger to Sioux City Public Sentiment When Cobb ifllls your Prescriptions they are filled Miss Ella Farnham returned yester from a visit with Chatsworth GET RELIABLE HAIL INSURANCE AT FARMERS LOAN TBUST COM PANYS Hattie of has been a guest of Blanche Taylor for several days The Trimble presid ing elder of Sioux City will at the Thursday June Seamands and returned Tuesday from an en joyable visit of six weeks with rela tives at and Ma The bell for the new Catholic church was hung in the steeple and at halfpast four its mellow tones pealed forth for the first It is easily distinguished from the other bells in being deeper of will seek appointment of state committee man at the republican state August He is in every respect capable and is one of the mostable lawyers in this part of the The chances of his appointment are good and the choice could not be more fittingly Miles Smith and Lotta Konnedy who had been guests at the home of passed through Akron on this afternoons Miss Ella Farnham accompanied them to Sioux Smith goea to her new home at and it is understood that Miss Kennedy is to Xew York which is important if Wall Paper as cheap as the cheapest KKK Norway Herring at the Backet Crushed with ice cream and soda and little son were passengers to Hawarden yesterday for a few days John Douglass returned yes terday where she had been visiting her Misses Markwood and Peterson will serve 4th of July dinner and sup per in the rear rooms of their dressmaic ing 434 Willson went to Sioux City on going from there to attend a Knights of Pythias regimental reunion held at Dalgleish and Joe Farnham were down from Chatsworth on Tues day Dalgleish came down to secure a divorce from an ach ing and he got Live stock shipments to Chicago last Saturday night were as follows Henry two cars of cattle and one car of hogs one car of Both gentlemen accom panied their James Mellen went to where his wife and daughter have been visiting during the past Mrs Mellen will re turn with him but Miss Clara will remain for a more extended who was foreman of construction on the new came over from near Hinton on where his crew is at He came here to superintend the putting of a cap onto the railing and the painting of the The Dakota end of the bridge was anchored to the AVhile assisting to load the new Catholic church bell from the depot platform into a dray last Buck got one of his fingers caught under the in getting it was taken of clear to the bone from the second joint to the end of the He bound a quid of tobacco onto the wound and continued Ice Cream is all right at the The best Cheese in town at the Racket Services next Sunday at the Baptist church as usual by Pastor Houses for sale at all kinds of prices and See Dont fail to get a pair of those Shoes at reduced at the Racket Miss Margha Eyland wew to Sioux Tuesday for a visit ac the home her Round arrived yesterday from a visit of several relatives at IJound re mained for a more Misses Bessie and Kellie Muhs went down to Elk Point op where they will visit their grandmother over Muhs go down to Sioux City last Saturday days visit with his is recover ing from an operationtfot at and Noble visited over Sunday at and upon their were ac companied by her1 and her Misa Florence one of our sub scribers at this oltice a pleasant call contributing one year ahead for this purveyor of ALL the local one of our old did the same kindly The twentyseventh annual meeting of the Plymouth County Normal in stitute convened at LeMars last Mon day for a session of two Several teachers and those interested in educational work are in attendance from Akron and The new law requiring applicants for certificates to pass an examination in music goea into effect July but those at tending institute at this time and tak ing the closing examination will uot be required to pass in Those who do not attend must take the mueiual McCORKELL SPRING flNNOUNCEMENT At the commencement of this we submit to the consideration ofthe faimcrs 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 ParliivOrondortf Martin purchased one of your ClimaxSweop Mills from McCorkoll and will say it far exceeds our expectations as far as light draft and ca pacity nre Wo are feeding 550 steers with one mill and we could grind feed for head with Wo are using1 a team that will weigh about and it is easy for The roller bearings are d great feature in this We think it far superior to any sweep mill on the market Yours Poveuiau for Smith March Orendorff Martin pur cjiased 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 uittko that I have used with the sumo horse I think it is the lightest draft of any mill I ever I can grind from 10 to 50 bushels of feod per Yours March Orendorff Martin purchasedone of your Climax Sweep Mills from your McCor kell and will say I am well pleased with it iu pvery I have no trouble to grind of corn per It is verj light If I were buying another I would buy the same and would recommend this mill to all who want feed Yours attd Keystone Howell 11foot Buckeye and Disc and Shoe Jewells Victor and American Haifow Wolverine ballbearing Bortshen Carairt Kiilg aiid Ifilwood Bonsher Feed Canton Hand Cotnshellfer Marseilles and Keystone Po Wood and Steel Levei 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 Cultivators 4 and 6 Canton Riding and Walk ing Canton Stalk Cariton and Boyd Davenport Wireless Plant guaranteed to work accurately on any Bairt and Canton Cyclone Washing Machines Case Threshing Ma chines and Biggies and All kindsof soft drinks on Edgington Kaish visited Chatsworth relatives yesterday and of the auction store made a business trip to A new lot of Pulley Belt just received at The Racket The pastor of the church will preach on Silent Influences next Sun day a daughter was born to and residing in south part of Miss Minnie Palm has been a guest relatives and friends at LeMars during the past two now offer oUr Ladies Oxford Shoes at a reduction for the balance of this Racket of Grant town shipvLutheran will fill the pul jit at the Akron German Lutheran church on July in the ab sence of Fred MeskCi Misses Esther and Anna Johnson Jrove to Millnerville last The former accompanied and Millner to SioUx where she akes a special course of study at Mornlngside Harry Hammer departed this morh ng for Hot where he Will remain indefinitely on account of the condition of his His shop will necessarily remain closed until the services of a barber are secured Harry has the sympathy of many friends who hope for his speedy Stephen residing near Gar and was adjudged insane by the of commissioners at Elk Point ast and on the following evening was taken to the Vankton isylum by Sheriff Burke uid been seriously re citing in creeping which iffected his brain and rendered him Added to the Unfortunate ans afflictionis the fact that he has een totally blind for some time His faithful wife has the Sympathy of many friends in this later big in Get a nice fan with a dish of loe Cream at the Phillips was up from West field on business Reifsuyder and Elmer Sher of Sundayed in Snlith went to LeMars yesterday to attend the county teachers institute We have for sale cheap some second hand Riding and Walking Cultivators and Sulky warranted to Miss Etta Boss acted as bridesmaid at the wedding of her Miss Minnie to at Elk on Tuesday June Grant Barr has completed the work of moving the house formerly oc cupied by on the north side to A Agnes south of his One of the lire companies turned out this making a 200yard practice run with the cart and coupled to a boys are getting in trim to carry off that purse on the lWheat is selling 17 cents higher on the Akron market today than a week Short crop prospects in OhiOj Minnesota and North Dakota are boomiug the marketDollar wheat is Will residing near West brought to Akron last evening a horse that was ill with Veterin ary Parke had been called out on the Broken Kettle and the horse died at Vatiderhams bnvn before his oats and barley are heading out in fine and our farmers look forward to an unusually early hafvest Many fields in this vicinity will be ready to cut by the middle of The growth of corn is progressing iu tt gratifying has opened it law ollice over Johnson in room Kidd is a graduate of Ann Arbor and is equipped to handle any law business in a satisfac tory Read his card in another We can save you money oh all you Racket Store Sabra of id a guest of Mrsi Alice Oils and Varnishes of every right Clara Thompson and of Le Mars are guests of her Mrs J4 Pember returned today from a visit at the home of her son in Hock For fresh in twice per become a customer of Kings Telephone Alfred Waterbury and Children went to Elk Point to visit relatives and friends for a few Jane Helmer departed Tuesday for to attend the wed ding of her an the 27th Smith and Louis Hltzeirian in dulged in foot race on the street this for a purse of The former won by about live feet Murder Near Blk Point Last Saturday afternoon Samuel Livingston was shot twice through the body and instantly killed by his neigh Lorenzo two and miles south of Elk Point 1he caustf of the tragedy is said to be that Liv ingston desired to Stevens 19 yearold daughter against the fathers The murdurer claims to have fired the shots in Stevens was at once arrested and placed in county a preliminary The dead man wsts about 58 years Stevens lived about six miles northwest of Akron a few years ago und served a term in the peniten tiary for stealing hogs from Lester Starvation never yset cured Persons with indigestion are already half They need plenty of wholesome food Kodol Cure digests what you ertt so the body ciiu be nourished while the worn out organs are being u the ouly preparation known thut wilt itxstantly relieve and completely cure all stomuch Try it if you are suffering from It will certainly do
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