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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - June 28, 1900, Akron, Iowa TELE r JPM 28V 1900V NUMBER Burgess Smith ONEPRICE DRY Suitings in Fancy per Plain and per Jacquards per Figured blk 40 per Lace per Superior quality Bed per Stevens per Table per Fancy per Misses per Ladies 8 pair for Mens Rockford per FastBlack Half per Fancy Heavy Work Boys Bib pdr Mens Bib per Heavy per Work Gloves good to Per pair Childs Shoes f Childs Fine Shoes Misses Extra Fine Shoes Lady well worth Ladies True Blue Shoes Per pail LadiesGood Mens Oil Grain Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens Best Quality Shoes Boys Good Quality Shoes i 1 ft Our Best Coffee 1 B Star Mill 6 1 IbUncolored 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 Thejj Highest Market BURGESS TOWN AND 60UNTRX m m t All kinds of soft drinks on Edgington and Alson of Elk were in Akron Do you want a Hammock Dont fall to see that big line at Miss Ella who had been visiting in Sioux returned yester Public Sentiment When Cobb fills your Prescriptions they are filled Photographer Frank has bung out a neat script painted by G GET IlEMABids HAII INSURANCE AT FARMERS TRUST COM PANYS John Melcher returned today from a visit with relatives His remained f pr a more extended Misses Markwood andPeterson will serve 4th of July dinner and SUD per in the rear rooms of their dressmaK ing Some excellent strings of fish cat and are being caught in the Big Sioux They are of good size and furnish fine sport and Miss Mamie of Sioux a guest at the home of her After a weeks here goes to to accept a position in a large furrier establish ment Hampton returned last Friday from a stay of seventeen days at Hot His general health was much improved by the wonderful medicinal baths and he gained seven pounds in weight while We will serve everything at the same price and same quality on July 4 that we do every day in the no matter how largo the We have had your and by fair dealing we expect to keep it in the future the cheap stands JJ Wall Paper as cheap as the cheapest KKK Norway Herring at the Racket Miss Mable Raish wenb to Elk Point on a visit with ice cream and soda Johnson was a passenger to Sioux City yesterday Houses for sale at all kinds of prices and See Dont fail to get a pair of those Shoes reduced at the Racket residing west of in South returned yesterday from a visit of several months in manager of Smith across the was a passenger to Sioux City last Satur going from there to Street Commissioner Stoel is after the weeds with the new mower pur chased by the town and is putting the streets in presentable shape for Fourth of Sermon at the Baptist church next Sunday morning by the In the evening Emma a re turned will lecture on MissionLife in Everyone invited to be present at these Adam Lever went to Sioux City yesterday1 and today brought home his little who was operated upon for rupture there in a hospital about three weeks The operation was cessful and the little boy is nearly Last Friday afternoon Doyle and of had a lively runaway about two miles this side of that while enroute Warne was thrown kicked on the arm and body and otherwise badly Veterinary of happened along and assisted in carrying the injured man into the home of of was sent who found Warnes injuries but not Doyle was so fortunate as to escape Ice Cream is all right at the The Cheese in town at the Racket of was in town yesterday and of the Oxford Ho went to Sioux City this Alfred Waterbury and children returned yesterday from a visit atElk Lower came up from Sioux City yesterday for a short visit at the home of her north of James Fowler came up from Sioux City yesterday for a visit at the home of her Fowler was accom panied by her of III Hardy has removed the ance of the Willson stock to Wells was down from Chatsworth on Tuesday evening and purchased a couple of the show Hardy went to Sioux City on business this Burnight returned yes terday from City and was ac companied to Westfield by his who has about recovered from the operation for appendicitis per formed upon him at Josephs hos pital a couple of weeks of was secured today to take charge of the Hammer He is said to be a firstclass workman and haa been engaged in the business for the past twentynine Hpover and family have taken up their residence in the Sedgwick Last iu Justice McCor kells the suit of of Elm against John Scott and of this was Rxtti brought suit to recover the amount of a store bill contracted by defendants and had previously at taohecl five of their horses to secure the Attorney Kidd was counsel for Roti obtained for him a judgment for which was the amount of the bill and costs against who claimed ownership of the horses that were McCORKELL At the commencement 3f 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 CUflAX SWEEP MILLS March Orendorff Martin purchased one of yomClimax Sweep Mills from McCorkell and will say it far our expectations as far as light draft and ca pacity are We are feeding 550 steers with one mill and we conld grina 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 March 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 hi the same 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 ever I can grind from 40 to 50 bushels of feed per Yours Orendorff Martin March Gentlemen I purchased ouo of Climax Sweep Mills your McCor feeil andwULsay I am wen pleased with it I have no trouble to grind of corn per It is vary lljfht draft III were buying another I would ihuythe weuldi recommend this mill to all who want toed Yours Keystone and Ho well 11foot Buckeye and FullerLees Disc and Shoe Victor arid American Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing Grain f King and Elwood Sweep Bonsher Power Feed Mills Canton Hand Cornshellers Marseilles and Keystone Power Wood and Steel Lever Canton Red Diamond and Sviccess 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 Gneck Davenport Wireless Plant to wcrk accurately on Bain and1 Canton Cyclone Washing Machines CaseThreshing Ma chines and Baggies and1 Young and Hana Barr went toAlcester this Kimmel was up from Elk Point on business A new Pulley Belt at The Backet to and twelve miles west of a daugh on June We now offer our Ladies Oxford Shjoes at a reduction for the balance of this Racket V Miss Hattie Wintersteen went to Hawarden this where she will attend the wedding her cousin bave for sale cheap some second band Biding Walking Cultivators Sulky warranted to do good Harry Fields returned Wednes day evening from a visit of ten days with his parents at and attendance at the wedding of his brother in He waa met at Hawarden by Walter John and children came up from Sioux City last visiting several days with her May Moore bookkeeper for Mc Corkell On Tuesday the ladies went to for a weeks visit with The hot weather of the past week has done wonders for the com crop in Akrons and wheat and other small grain has not suffered in the Barley is fast ripening and wheat will he prime for cutting in two weeks under favorable condi tions prospect for a good all around crop baanot been equalled in several In yesterdays Sioux City Tribune ap peared an item of considerable inter est to It stated that of a cousin of formerly postal inspector in this had received from the president the promotion to director general of poets in This is quite an im portant governmental position and Knudson feels much pleased at relatives big line in Get i nice fan with a dish of Ice Cream at the We can save you money on all you Backet Store a Clark made a professional visit to Hawarden on Frank of was a guest of Young Frank Hoffman returned Saturday from a visit in Sioux Deputy Sheriff John of Le was attending to official busi ness in this vicinity and Will Bennett visited relatives at op Tues day and attended the Johns day EDGUJGTON CELEBRATED lea CBKAM will be sold only at the old stand at the same and there will be room and seats for all dont for The fact that Ringlings circus shows at LeMars on the Fourth is not going to draw many people from Akron and The effort of Akron to celebrate the nations birth day in a proper and entertaining man ner will appeal to the patriotism of all true American and they will not drive twenty miles or more and pay their hard cash into the bands of those so undeserving and who will carry thousands of dollars out of Plymouth The person who attends a big circus must expect to be fleeced by the attendant horde of and this particular circus is notable for having the worst outfit of hangerson of any show on the Remember that the Ringling circus pays paltry license to the city of Le Mars and in return will carry thousands of which must come from the pockets of Plymouth county Can any person with a spark patriotism in their breast hesitate moment between going to the circus and attending the Fourth of July celebration Akron will provide for the people of its trade territory The TRIBUNE is uot apprehensive as to the of the Oils and Varnishes of every right Geo Cain has been quite ill for several days with a but is reported slightly improved at B Jarvis came up from Sioux City where he is said to have made some very successful deals in wheat on the board of C Son have parti tioned and remodeled the southeast corner of machine shop into a room used as an They will also erect another to the north side of their which will be used to house thresh ing machine bave made preparations for a large crowd on July 4 this and will be able to attend to the wants of the on short You find every kind of such as Cool Ice served clean and in the sloppy way the stands do that are covered with the dust from the Rally and Roll The will hold a rally and call in the lecture room of the Baptist Sunday July at 7 The will be as follows of the Can We Bestfromote Interest of Our Society Will You Do With Your Pledge All are cordially invited to be pres Starvation yet cured Persons with indigestion are already half They need plenty of wholesome Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so the Body cuu be nourished while the worn out organs are being It is the only preparation known that wilt instantly relieve aud completely cure all stomach Try it ifc you are suffering certainly do you
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