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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - August 2, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                1 i E A IT1 T y AKRON TRIBU VOLUME AUGUST NUMBER 1tOWN flND GOUNTRy blgv line in Bryant drove over from Ver million All kinds of soft drinks on ice Do you want a Hammock Dont fall to see that big line at Another shipment of that pure cider vinegar just Racket if Benediction serviceat the Akron church every Sunday evening at Two old residents of Irottnow and Rudolph were called to their reward on Monday and Paul Wendt were pas sengers to last where they Will be guests of relatives Akrons hay fever sufferers are al ready beiginning to yearn for sweet landswhere the ragweed and sneeze are Last Sunday the first regular services held in Akrons new Catholic and large congregations were in Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for Leave your feed with We deliver AKRON MILLING Miss Etta Ross departed Tuesday for where she will visit her and look after her claim near that Hattie Crawford and son ar xived here today from New and will visit a few weeks with her Lester and Alsop Wake Mike Conway ran a nail through the ibig toe of his right foot last while working at the Catholic The bone was slightly injured and has him considerable Baxter nephew of who had his left collar bone broken three weeks has had to have the bone reset because of using Jits arm before the break was com pletely returned today from an enjoyable visit of two months with her parents at her old home in friends will delighted to learn that her health is CarlClassen returned to Akron to day from his home at where he went last For some past Classen has been assist ing in gospel tent meetings at differ ent Illinois Harry Hammer last Mon day from a stay of several weeks at Hot the benefit of his He is now attending to the wants of customers at his barber shop the same skillful manner as He merits your and Palm gave an party Tuesday evening in honor of her Miss of Altai who has been visiting at their The guests were enter tained with crokinole and other and refreshments in the shape of ice cake and fruit were residing northeastof and one of Portland townships purchased of Mc Corkell on Tuesday a complete Case threshing the engine being 16horae Bryson be gan operations by threshing his own and the machine worked to per The Case outfits cannot be John was over from Le Mars yesterday and upon returning was accompanied by his for a few days The TRIBUNE is informed that and Ruble may return to Akron from their ranch in South Dakota this and again make their home Their many friends would be greatly pleased to see them that Upon the recommendation of attending John residing south of iaken before the commissioners of insanity at LeMars on McFarland was found to be mentally unbalanced and was taken to the hos pital for the insane at With the scientific treatment to be re ceived at that McFar land will undoubtedly regain Ijia men tal as his derangement is not a serious BURGESS SMITH ladies Shoes I The Best The Best The Finest Shoe Try a Pair and Youll Have No THE PERFECT Ice Cream is all right the Wall Paper as cheap as the cheapest Miss Mamie Phillips visited in Ha warden last Our 6cent Calicos are now going at 5 County Superintendent of arrived in Akron this Homegrown Harvest for cooking purposesrat City Burrill went to Sioux City saw the circus and returned Wise is about to build an ad dition to his to consist a bedroom and Eno came down from Sioux Falls last Saturday to visit at the home of her Lilli Kennedy and little daughter arrived this afternoon from for a visit with rela tives and Money to loan on Union and Plymouth real For terms and rates apply to HAMPTON J Father Sullivan is enjoying a few weeks visit with his John of who is on his way to visit other friends in the state of Street Commissioner Stoel put in a substantial threeinch plank crossing and culvert the first part of the week between Johnson store and the Kendall House A Early last Sunday morning some sneak thief gained entrance to the office of the Akron Milling company and relieved the cash drawer of adout in change The lightfingered indi vidual made his escape undetected and no has been obtained as to his Young and Barr went to on Tuesday to participate in the first annual shooting tournament of the Gun club of that held August 1 and The gen tlemen will win their share of purses in the shooting events and incident ally do some advertising for the Akron shooting August 15 and Chairman Moore has called a caucus of the democrats of Portland to be held tomorrow Friday evening at 8 in McCorkell Gos Six delegates will be chosen to the County convention at August where thirteen dele gates will be chosen from Plymouth county to the Eleventh district con vention at August the state Cedar A blind musician held forth on the streets Tuesday afternoon and even By an ingenious arrangement of pedals and springs he played a snare and bass drum and fastened in a fourwheeled cart as accompani ment to a which resulted in a good quality of martial The gentle man played a violin exceptionally and several songs in a clear tenor with guitar His efforts were rewarded by a liberal contribution of nickles and which Akron people are always known to do when called a deserving and worthy of Parasols at a great reduction at the Racket Crushed with ice cream and soda water Edgington A sonwas born and August of Sioux was shaking bands with Akron friends Reduced prices on all kinds of to make room for new at the City to and Henry of Brnle a on August on August a to and re siding southeast of of became overheated while working around home but is getting along all Noble and family moved to day into the residence formerly oc cupied by Dua south of Agnes and can didate for the democratic nomination for clerk of were doing political missionary work at the county seat of Clear was in Akron last He was one of the contractors who built the mill and several elevators but is now engaged in the commission Alfred Waterbury visited Elk Point relatives last Waterbury and children will depart Friday for where her husband is located in and make that place their who lives near Shef Bureau acrived in Akron today for a visit with his He had been visiting his at who was assistant here in the depot under Agent Searls several years There have been received by Akron friends announcements of the wedding of Miss Myrtie Millner and Ernest the happy event to occur at the home of the brides par and in Sioux next Wednes August Their home will be at where the groom is accompanied by his sis who re side southwest of departed this afternoon for Shirk went to that her old several weeks hoping to derive benefit to her but her husband recived a message yesterday advising him to go there at No hope of Shirks recovery is she being afflicted with that dread dis An alarm of lire was sounded at 11 45 this forenoon and the fire com pany made a run with the cart to Bradys whose barn was reported to be It was that only some loose hay on the west side of the barn bad in somfe manner become ignited and one corner of the barn slightly flames were extinguished by water carried in carried in buckets before arrival of the fire No dam age was Harvest Is Here and the Old Reliable Implement McCORKELL is better equipped than ever to sup ply the best of everything the farm er needs for the BUCKEYE BINDERS AND JONES LEVER MOWERS AND CASE THRESHERS Buckeye Corn Carload Ludlow Twine just Best ever put into a Stover Cedar Rapjds Engine Fine Line of Buggies and Keystone Hay Pella Automatic will fit any make of thresh ing Machine and Lubricating 15c Hard and Axle Belting pf All Cyclone Washing Bain and Canton Superior Low Prices and Liberal Terras Have Built Our Big Ice CHOICE TABLE BUTTER wanted at the Racket Father Sullivan was a passen ger to Sioux City this Oils and Varnishes of every right Samuel of Nora was a business visitor and Ander of on August Public Sentiment When Cobb fills your Prescriptions they are filled GET RELIABLE HAIL INSURANCE AT FARMERS LOAN TRUST COM PANYS of went to Vermillion last Saturday o visit The will give a lawn social in the school house Friday August Ice cream and cake will be Thede Johnson and Doc Chapmaa went to Sioux City on taking in Ringling circus there A party of Akrons young ladies and gentlemen are indulging in the enjoy ment of a picnic this afternoon and evening at Chandlers was the hottest day ex perienced this Local ther mometers hovered around 110 ut the more conservative govern ment thermometer in Sioux City re corded 97 degrees of heat as the maxi That is plenty warm enough and everyone will be satisfied to let it stand as the seasons fWhile fishing in the Big off mill last Tuesday young Bert Easton was nearly pulled nto the river when a monster 20 ound catfish swallowed bis hook and made off with The lad was unable to land his With the aid of a Reifsnyder was able to secure the which is the largest has been caught in the river this Its head was nearly a fpot tcross and its body was over three ieetiu Get a nice fan with a dish of Ice Cream at the Button and visited over Sunday in Sioux Houses for sale at all kinds of prices and See Leonard Smith departs Friday for a vacation of two weeks at Hot South and of West field became the parents of a on August of arrived here today for a visit at the home of his daughter was born to and John four miles south of in Westiield on Sun day July Smith and two of came last Saturday for a weeks visit at the home of her Last Saturday night a thief entered the tents of Thode and of who are camping at West Okoboji securing from the former and from the The culprit was not There is an excellent stand of corn in Akrons vicinity and the hot weather of the present week has added wonderfully in the earing out pro which had been somewhat de layed by the previous wet Smythe has his harness shop into the building formerly occu pied by Cobbs drug He is now better equipped than ever to furnish anything in the line of firstclass bar ness Repairing a Give him a call in his new McGinnis and Miss Fern arrived in Akron yesterday from Spirit where they had spent an enjoyable two weeks visit with friends and an outing on the shores of West They will remain guests of Akron friends for some after which McGinnis will resume her duties as matron of East Hall at the University of South Vermil in Dont fall to read the Sulky Plow Exhibition on another STATE OFFICERS Republican Convention at Des Moines Lively and Ho bait Both There were spirited contestsfor every nomination at the republican state convention at Dea Moines yester The two Eleventh district as Hobart for secretary of and for attorney both after a good deal of Following is the ticket nominated Secretary of Auditor of of Treasurer of of Forest Attorney of Judge of Supreme of Iowa Railway Palm of Presidental electors for each con gressional district were Gehrge of Orange being named as elector for the Eleventh of LeMars was ap pointed a member of the state republi can committee from the Eleventh dis against of Ida The platform adopted by the conven tion was very reaflirming na tional declaration and indorsing The ticket is one of the strongest the Iowa republicans have ever and will be a winner in every sense of the of Keliance on August at 2 Read large Chinese are dangerous for they are Thats why all counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Balve are They look like but instead of the allheal ing witch hazel they all contain gredients liable to irritate the skin and cause blood For in juries and skin diseases use the original and genuine TJeWitts Witch   

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