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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - July 5, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME NUMBER J TOWN flND COUNTRY t big line in AH kinds of soft drinks on Edgington Old papers the TKIBUNE 11 fteen cents per Do you want a Hammock Dont fail to see that big line at George of Sioux cele ibrated and visited with Akron friends RELIABLE HAIL INSURANCE AT FARMERS LOAN THUST COM PANYS Miss of is a guest at the home of her Aaron Cantlon came over from Merrill for a visit at the home of his sister We now offer pur Ladies Oxford Shoes at a reductionfor the balance of Kacket Last Monday nights high rain and slight hail did comparatively little to crops in this Miss Libbie who had been visiting at the home of returned to Hawarden on a LeMars young has announced his candidacy for the republican nomination for county Unclaimed addressed to Englebora and remain the Akron postofflce for the week June Miss Estelline who had visiting in Sioux returned and was accompanied by her Ralph Glezen came over from Le Mars on Tuesday to assist his young friends in celebrating the Fourth and a few days visit among southeast of was an intensesufferer from an attack cqljc last Under Cil leys care he was sufficiently recovered be in town Misses Florence and Louise Thode from Tues BURGESS SMITH Mens Shoes McCORKELL The Best The Best The Finest Shoe Try a Pair and Youll Have No Burgess THE PERFECT day to visit their father and the Thode has beenvisiting relatives in Wisconsin during past The ground for Clarks fine new has been broken the Uaying the foundation will Its location is to be quarter block north of MVand Gus of LeMars on Wednesday ami Peters ytas look ing iip bis chances as a candidate for recorder on the democratic LeMars and daughter arrived Tuesday from are jguestsof his Dows is clerk of his town and the writer was enabled to exchange sym pathies Xi Miss Maggie Kundert came over from LeMacs on Tuesday for a visit of several days with Akron Miss Kundert and Smith tomorrow Friday fpr a stay of two months at Hot Axel Johanaon came up from Oakr yesterday to visit friends for a few Since leaving Akron he has been employed as timekeeper for a surfacing crew on the railroad between Omaha and v Button is having erected a thirtyfoot addition to his implement the improvement being made necessary by an increasing business and a demand for extra floor This will make the building seventy feet besides the large warehouse in the A drivewell has also been sunk on the who lives near West and not finish their celebration until the Swanson was found sleeping off a jag in the stair way of the Akron Savings bank by Marshall Cain and was locked MoLain created consternation among the ladies who were washing Fourth of July dinner dishes in the Lind by stumbling in under a heavy load of and he was They were arraigned in Mayor Slaughters court and fined and amounting to In each Wall Paper as cheap as the cheapest KKK Norway Herring at the Racket Get a nice fim with a dish of Ice Cream at the The Good Templars are planning to hold a picnic in the near Houses for sale at all kinds of and See Smith returned Tuesday from avislt with Vermillion Dont fail to get a pair of those Shoes at reduced at the Backet Johnson was a guest of his parents at from Friday until John Bingenheimers paint store at LeMars was destroyed by flre last Sun day mornrajrV of Bell visited over the Fourth with relatives and Miss of ar rived Monday for a visit at the of her Miss Olive of was a guest of her from Tuesday until Miss of who had been a guest of Mias Freddie returned to her home last Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING Ellis reports that Mc residing southeast of is suffering from a severe attack of nervous Money to loan on Union and Plymouth real For terms and rates apply to HAMPTON J Miss Eva Lillibridge went to Aber last near which place her conducts a cattle on a She returned yester and Babcook and of Jda arrived Tuesday for a few days visit at the home of Babcocks Robinson and family moved into their cozy and handsome new residencr last The carpenter work on the house was done in a moat satisfactory manner by Eri Ferris and Dan Miss Marie who has been employed as trimmer in Laura Halls millinery store this spring departed this afternoon her home at and was accom panied by Miss Tina The ladies will stop off at a and who have been employed on the Sargisson ranch in SVoodbury county since the first of returned to Akron on Tuesday and will make their home residing in the Farnham The Sargisson which consists of is one of the largest farms in this There are acres used for corn land this Hundreds of head of hogs and sheep are fed and marketed from the ranch The best Cheese in town at the Racket We can save you money on all you Racket Crushed with ice cream and soda The apnual Sunday school picnic will be held on July Oils and Varnishes of every right Father Sullivan visited at Ha warden between trains last Public Sentiment When Gobb fills your Prescriptions they are filled of Sioux is a guest of and Eyland this A new lot of Pulley Belt just received at The Backet to four miies south of a on June Last July lr a daughter was bora to and Sherman of Westfield James Harkness and of Sioux visited relatives and friends here from Saturday until Miss Rae Palm is clerking in John son store during Miss Vina Petersons visit in Paul and Bald Bredall is planning for the erection of a residence in the eastpart of near Aaron John sons new The will give a lawn social in the school house yard on Tuesday July Ice cream and cake will be A report is current here that formerly of died a few days ago at Colorado The rumor is not Cotton and Miss Florence who have been guests at the home of their daughter and to and John of are guests at the home of her Uri is an engineer on the Union Pacific railroad iu that Johnsons hearse was taken to Ha warden on Tuesday to be used in the funeral of a man who was killed by lighthing near that place during last Sunday nights The Ha warden hearse was being painted and could not be a LeMars was held up by three highwaymen last Monday One of the wouldbe robbers got rattled and pulled the trigger of his the bullet strik Loes in the making a severe flesh After the shot fired the highwaymen hastily de parted LeMars 2 Cunning of has been looking over the field with a view to making the race this fall for the oftice of clerk of the district He made a bard run for ithe office two years 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 Howell Keystone and 11foot A Few Testimonials Regarding the CLIttAX SWEEP MILLS March Orondorff Martin purchased one of your Climax Sweep Mills from McCorkoll and say it far oxooeds our expectations as far as light draft and ca pacity are We are feeding OBO steers with one mill and we could grind feed for 000 head with We are using a team that weigh about and it is easy for The roller bearings are a groat feature in this We think it far superior to any sweep mill on the market Yours Foreman for Smith 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 same 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 ever I can grind from 40 to 50 bushels of feed per Yours March Qrendorff Martin purchased one ofypur Climax Sweep Mills from your McCor koll Goy and will aityr I am well pleased with it in every I huve no trouble to grind 40 bushels of corn per It is very litrht i If I wore buying another I would buy the same and would recommend this mill to all who want feed Yours Buckeye and FullerLees Disc and Shoe Victor and American Harrow s Wolverine ballbearing Grain King and Elwood Sweep Bonsher Power Feed Mills Canton Hand Cornshellers Marseilles and Keystone Power Wood and Steel Lever Canton 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 Case Threshing Ma chines and Buggies and was only defeated by a small He bw received considerable encour as many republicans think hit good fight of two years ago entitles him to consideration this year at the hands of the republican Glair Biddlecome and Elmer John son drove to LeMars last Sunday and their return were accompanied by Miss Nellie who had been attending teachers and her Miss Ethel Edward Mathwig and Miss Harriet Elizabeth Gardner were united in marriage at LeMars on The groom resided in Akron with his parents several years ago and is now the proprietor of the LeMars steam dye The new Catholic church is almost completed and the drat services will held therein on July by which time the altar will have arrived from The dedication of the church will occur about the first of Merrill Record The Johnson town ship creamery began operations last Monday with Will of this as Enumerator John Phillips has con cluded work in Merrill and Plymouth The population of Merrill tHll not reach the mark set by some of our and Slocum were among the numerous Alcester visitors in Akron on the and were guests of and Twentynine years ago the Slocums and Kendalls were neighbors on their farms just across the Big Sioux river northwest of the former resid ing on what is now known as the Whitney They spent a very joyable day in talking over old Lee a young man residing out east of overloaded himself liquor and got into an with a companion in Anderson Barrs saloon last Monday Marshal Cain arrested Parker and placed him in but the other fellow escaped toy running out the back door and dawn the Parker bad1 been looking for trouble all but when put behind the bars he shed tears and begged to be He was re Ceased about having got rid of the largest portion of his It is hoped the young man will take the lesson to heart and hereafter conduct himself along the line of of Sioux was a guest of Ellis The gentlemen are old both having resided in Ha warden at the same time years and they spent several pleas ant hours in swapping yarns of bygone The 4yearold daughter of eight miles west of was kicked in the face by a suckling colt last Monday The sharp hoof indicted two one above and one below the both penetrating to the Miss Beatrice Douglas was compelled to return home from attendance at the county teachers one day last week on account of an at tack of inflammatory The young lady was a severe sufferer for several but her friends will learn with pleasure that she is now re covered to the extent of being able to sit There was held mile bi cycle race on Reed street this evening between Earl Clyde Brad ley and Elmer for a small Edgington was handicapped seventyfive but won from Bradley in a scorching finish by about thirty The chain on Johnsons wheel flew off when he had covered half the distance and he was out of the race from that A gentleman recently cured of dys pepsia gave the following appropriate rendering of Burns famous Messing Some have meat and cannot and some have none that want it but we have meat and we can Dyspepsia Cure be This preparation will digest what you It instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all stomach Young Horses for Perkins lias about fifty one and twoyearold colts for sale at Burnights stock which will be offered at prices that will enable farmers to realise a much better in vestment than from The present demand for horses justifies me in saying they will double in price in one For particulars inquire of Tim or Cottage HUSBAND AMD WIFE Fred McFarland and Formerly of Die Within One Week Diphtheria Supposed to Be On June there occurred the death of Fred at the family four and onehalf miles northeast of Elk after a brief Deceased was a daugh ter of and Fred who formerly resided northeast of but now living near She was about seventeen years of age and was married to McFarland in one child being bom to them about a year They resided east of Akron until removing to the vicinity of Elk Being of the Christian Science no physician was in at tendance during McFarlands ill ness and death was reported to have ensued from and Easton were present at their daughters funeral on June and they were accompanied to their home near by McFarland and his Yesterday Bradley received a letter from his who lives near stating that Mc Farland died there on Sunday July 904 that indica tions pointed to a case of That being a it is more than likely his wife died of the same which was contracted by the Fred McFarlands relatives here have received no other notifica tion of his death than that contained in the letter above referred If McFarland died from diph theria there were nearly a hundred ex as about that number attended the funeral at the The matter will no doubt be thoroughly investi gated by the Elk Point The law holds both maker and cir culator of a counterfeit equally The dealer who sells you a dangerous counterfeit of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve risks your life to make a little larger You trust DeWitts is the only genuine and original Witch Hazel a well known cure tor piles and all skioi dis See that your dealer gives von DeWitts   

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