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Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - July 12, 1900, Akron, Iowa VOLUME JULY NUMBER bb a big line in at f41 kinds of soft 16 V V t I with was Akron oh Tuesday We now7 ottertill our summer goods at Racket and Vargason went tp Old papers at the TRIBUNE fifteen cents per Do you want Hammock Dont fail to see that big line at Another shipment of that pure cider vinegar just received at the Racket GET RELIABLE HAIL INSURANCE AT EARNERS LOAN TRUST COM PANYS The Davis family is billed to give a show under a tent in Akron tomorrow Friday Mesdames OReilly and Tim Sullivan went to Sioux City yesterday to do some Misses Stella ONeil and Allie Brunskill of were guests of Akron friends There is considerable amount qf hustling being done at the present time by Plymouth county political as Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING Miss Blanche Delier went to AJces on whece she has accepted a position as typesetter on Fultons the Money to loan on Union and Plymouth real For terms and rates to J t The work of excavating the cellar for Ella Farnhams new in Main is completed and a por tion of the stone foundation has been The neW telephone cable is being put in at the central It will be attached to the new pole and is eapa Lie of carrying 100 Better tele phone service will been received here that the drug store which Strubie recently established for a gentleman at was entirely v consumed byfire a few days N Bert of a former j Akron resident and business is clerking at Cobbs drug the pro prietor being tiusy preparing to move the stock into the building formerly occupied by Willsons George Koch returnedthis forenoon from where he went last Sat urday to enter Rush medical He arrived there just too late to regis ter and enter summer but will return and take up the studies this The ladies of the Catholic church have already raised the sum of Howard furnishing the priests resi Itwill necessary to secure an additional for the purpose and the ladies will jindoubtedly be equal to the i Hira Ellis and Wilbur Smith and Misses Bessie and lona Slaughter were Hawarden visitors last The former young man brought back a 160yearold be longing to his which had been in the possession of a Hawarden man lor several The TRIBUNE otlice is now equipped a which will be in order as soon as the new is connected the central sta Call1 86 if you desire firstclass job a new or a in anything in the printing Any interesting news sent by wire will alsp be appre The of who at Were shipped to Chatswocth and the funeral was held this afternoon at Hope school in conducted by of In terment was made in Hope cem Deceased waa agea r74 years and six He moved to Union with family in from Six children BU433ESS Mens Shoes Ladies Shoes The Best 1 The Best The Finest Shoe Trya Pair and Youll Have No Burgess THE PERFECT Ice Cream is all right at the Iaper as cheap as the cheapest Hi Adams was a county seat visitor Our 6cent Calicos are now going at Racket for sale at all kinds of prices and See of was in Akron yesterday on land busi If you want a good cup of try that 35c coffee at the Racket The framework is going up rapidly on Bredalls new residence on the east Hans Barr departed Tuesday for Red where he will visit un tfrfalf with is desirous of keeping in touch with Akron events and therefore orders the TRIBUNE sent to his Considerable hail fell in this vicinity during last Monday nights but it was accompanied by no wind and very slight damage resulted to Cain is enjoying a visit from DoHy who arrived yesterday from and will remain during the v Pidduck and of Sioux who have begn re pairing a traction engine at Hillikers shops this did some riveting on waterworks boiler County Attorney Jeffere was the county seat yester day between bestowing his bland Smile fend hearty handshake up on many George is a candi date republican dont you Sargent was up from Sioux City between trains today on Has family arrived in Sioux City a week after spending the winter at San and are com fortably located in their new home on Jackson Norman Williams arrived from yesterday for a visit at the home of his northeast of His who has been ill during an extended is reported quite low at Wittlams and son arrived here this Bryant came over from Ver raillion on business accom panied his who repre sents the University Gold Mining and Milling the object of and detailed information relating to said organization appearing elsewhere in this While putting a new injector on the steam boiler at the mill last Saturday afternoon George Powell was BO un fortunate as to receive a badly scalded A quantity of hot water and steam escaped and struck him square in the causing the skin to peel off from the roots of his half to his His eyelids and brows received full but it is fortunate for him that he closed his eyes so quickly that none of the hot fluid reached other wise the losa of sight or severe injury might have been The burns were exceedingly painful for a couple of Parasols at a great reduction at the Racket Johnson was a passenger to Sioux City this Crushed with ice cream and soda Oils and Varnishes of every right Public Sentiment When Cobb Oils your Prescriptions they are filled of was transacting insurance business in this vicinity Miss Myrtle Fritz came down from Hawarden yesterday to visit her A new boy arrived at the home of and Levi of on July John Phillips was up from Westflelfr He will afeW1 dftys for to see the has been engaged at his old job running the ice wagon during the past owing to the ill ness of We are now selling ladies low shoes at a great reduction to make roomfor a new line of fine shoes from New Racket Slaughter went to Vermillion and Sioux City on milling business last and since returning yesterday has been somewhat not be ing abltf to be down town The themes for treatment from the pulpit next Sunday be The Highest Conception of Ctfrlstian The Shepherd and His Message to the The held a meeting at the home of Slaughter on Tuesday which was of a very interesting nature and well at The next meeting will be held at Eylands Tues July at 4 Last Saturday nights band concert was a crackerjack and was enjoyed and appreqiated by a large The number from the country was un usually and Reed street was lined with Our merchants en joyed a brisk evening trade as a Frank Nordene is again engaged in laying cement Today he finished one for Stinton and began laying one in front of Mortons He put in walks on north and west sides of Pembers And there will be James Ross and Earl A Melius and of and another gentlemen started from here at noon today on a fishing expedition down the Big Sioux They had a tent and camping outfit and will make thoir headquarters near The three Messick of Le were in Akron The gen tlemen have followed the Big Sioux river from the mouth of the Broken Kettle and are in search of so valuable specimens of which have recently been found in the Floyd rivoiyiu tho east part of the What success they are having has not been but it seems reasonable that the gems should abound in the Harvest Is Here and the Old Reliable McCORKELL it w 4 is better equipped than sup ply the best of everything the farm er the BUCKEYE BINDERS AND JONES LEVER MOWERS AND CASE THRESHERS Buckeye Corn Carload Ludlow Twine just Best ever put into a Stover and Dempster Cedar Rapids Engine Line of Buggies and Keystone Hay Pella Automatic will fit any make of thresh ing Machine and Lubricating I5c Hard and Axle Belting of All Cyclone Washing Bain and Canton Superior Low Prices and Liberal Terms Have Built Our Big During storm List Monday orenoon the farm residence of Peter west of was struck The bolt struck a casing over a bedroom window and entered the making a hole in the Their baby was asleep the bed in the but fortunately it nor any of the other occupants of the house were It was a narrow The ice cream and cakejwcial given by the on Tuesday evening n the school yard was It was a lovely numerous Chinese lanterns hanging among the trees and the merry crowd made an entranc ing A couple of wellrendered selections by the young ladies with guitar and flute added pleasure to the 12 LJrunskill has bought a controlling in terest in the Bank of Chatsworth and will accept the position as its Brunskill has been connected with the Northwestern State bank in this city for some time past and is con sidered one of our best young business and our people will be pleased to learn that he is Agoing into business for and we bespeak for him a successful He expeels to take up his new work the first of next Dr Dun Van is making pre parations to leave Akron for New York and has goods in a car for In a few days will accompany her and who have been visiting to their home at Dun Van goes to New York city and will also visit his who has been head nurse at the state for twentyeight He has not yet definitely decided where be will The doctor and his estimable ivlfe have won many friends during their residence in by their departure will be earnestly re Use Wheatine Breakfast food cheapest on sale by your We deliver feed AKRON MILLING DIED OF Report of Fred McFarlands Death from Dread Disease Near Is Cases in the Family There Last Monday John McFarland drove over to which place his was reported to have died from diphtheria on the 1st He learned that his brother bad died of the disease on that at the home of his Fred after a brief Deceased was a believer in the Christian Science doc trine and no physician was in attend his death resulting after terrible and untold McFarland did not enter the Easton of nor in any manner expose but learned that at the Resent time Easton and two daughters Ida McFar who accompanied her and the oneyearold or phan child of the late Fred McFarland and are all down with the malignant The house is and of coroner of Dixon who practiced in Akron about three years Is in charge of the It will be indeed strange if the nu merous exposures made at the time of Fred McFarlands near do not develop several cases of If trans it would be advisable for every socalled Christian Science doctor in this vicinity to take to the for public sentiment in such instances runs Curiosity in Animal There arrived in Akron by express Tuesday morning a curiosity in the animal billed as a flying to the man who conducted the snake show here on the It was confined in a box with wire on one thus rendering a good view In the animal resembled and had all the characteristics of a large It was dark brown in and was equipped with wings attached to the forward uud rear The head and ears somewhat resembled those of u aud the eyes were bright and Its continual attitude was hanging head Edgington had it on exhibition at their store for when a dog ap proached the cage the animal let out terrified screams and went into a Knowing ones claim the ani mal is not a flying but a vampire common in the and which have been known to come upon persons in the night and suck from them i sufficient quantity of blood to cause The animal was shipped to the owner at this morn Bloody Saloon At about six oclock this afternoon Peter living south of and a stranger who has beenpainting in the country east of indulged in a fiasco at Johnsons The painter was full had been pesti cating with who reached the limit of endurance and smashed the fellow in the face with a whisky bot Marshal Cain was on hand and lodged both men in Cilley was called to attend the injured painter and found he had received a bad cut over one which required and his forehead was con siderably filled with pieces of The men were brought before Justice McCorkell and each fined and McGraw paid the but the painter lacked funds and will lay out his fine Gun Club Business There will be held a business meet ing of the Akron Gun club at the office of Ellis on Saturday July at 8 Mat ters in relation to tUe holding of a two days shooting tournament the middle of August will along with such other business as may come By order of Acting Alviu Hinchliff and Surah both of were united in marriage here Sunday afternoon by Father at the priests They will make their home near in Clay
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