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   Akron Tribune (Newspaper) - August 16, 1900, Akron, Iowa                                THE AKRON TRIBUNE VOLUME AUGUST TOWN flND COUNTRY f Hammocks very7 cheap to close at v All kinds of Soft drinks on Edgington Must be sold Price cuts no every roll of at Cobbs Kluibali was a Hawarden visitor between trains Tuesday See1 those new French Flannels for Waists before you Racket Miss Nellie Shattuck of Elk Is a guest of the of GET RELIABLE HAIL INHTJKANCE AT FATIMKHH LOAN TRUST COM PANYS Miss Anna Johnson returned today from a visit with her at Sioux Eaish departed Tuesday for Excelsior where she will visit her sister for about two A large lot of New Dry Goods just consisting of Dress at lowest Racket Miss Estelline who had been attendiug the Buena Vista county teachers institute at Storm returned to Akron on She departed yesterday for Sioux Falls to visit her daughters Mol lie and and attended the Woodmen picnic in LeMars on They were accompanied homeby his Gertrude of Sioux who was visiting wife of Gus Erick the new clerk in Johnson and their arrived today from their former After visiting relatives across the river in the family will become residentsi of and Lyman Burgess and Misses Grace and drove over from Vermilllon last Sun day and were guests at the homes of Burgess and Burgess and two daughters returned home on Burgess re maining for a longer Jesse Niles residing west of town in Sioux Valley while trimming trees with an axe last Sat urday received a bad gash across the back of the left Some of the main cords were severed and Niles was rendered very weak by a prof useloss of The injured man was brought to Akron and the wound properly dressed by Clark and Bryant drove over from Ver this aacom panied by bis Miss Miss Bessie Hanaen and Miss Minnie of Sioux who has been visiting They will remain guests of Akron friends until tomor row Miss Hansons little brother also came with them to Visit Master Ralph The board of directors ofthelnde periednt School District of Akron met in special session last Monday evening ut the home of President with all members The secre tary was instructed to notify the jan itor to begin work September to carefully clean and fumigate the school house basement and see that the building is in the best possible san itary condition at the beginning of the fall term of September Al so to take up such other work from time to tinie and make such repairs as the board deems Lust evening about forty members of the Junior League assembled at the home of Neil Robertson and from there proceeded in a body to the home of after partially recovering from the surprise thus was in formed they had come for the purpose of assisting in the commemoration of her birthday The young people were amused with numerous games and were provided with such eatables as are most tasteful to the juvenile The party was a most enjoyable affair to all con and McCaffree will long have occasion to remember the event and young donors by reason of re ceiying a souvenir in the shape of an elegant goldlined fruit SMITH The Best The Best The Finest Shoe Try a Pair and Youll Have No THE PERFECT Ice Get your Prescriptions filled at Miss Carrie Hampton visited over Sunday with Sioux City Homegrown Harvest for cooking City If you wish a picture of your thresh ing machine Frank will come at and Al Covey and daugh ter arrived today to visit at tbe home of hia Biddlecome went to Sioux City last and from that point took the special excursion train to Why does our trade increase so Because we treat all the same by giv ing them the best goods at the lowest possible Kacket who was oper ated upon for the removal of a tumor last Saturday at the Samaritan Sioux survived the ordeal and is English who suffered the fracture of his left leg on the 4th is getting along all a former Akron resi was in town Tuesday and Wed nesday renewing Tryon and family moved from Spen to Minneapolis some time He is secretary and treasurer of the Spencer Grain owns eleva tors all through the Frank has equipped his photo graph gallery with an entire new line of the latest with the schooling he received at the Na tional Photographers convention at from which he has just re will surely enable him to please his many customers far better than ever Henry of who had been making a months visit with his northeast of departed for his home He has farmed near Kearney for nineteen years and in nine years of hia residence there has experienced crop His recent visit to the Big Sioux val ley at harvest time proved to him a revelation and the driedout regions of Nebraska have lost all their charms as a consequence of the grand crop con ditions he has witnessed It is quite probable he will become a resi dent of this vicinity at no distant of was in on political busi Elsewhere in this issue appears the announcement of his candidacy for the nomination for clerk of sub ject to the action of the county republican which will be held in LeMars about Septem ber Two years ago this fall Cunningham secured the nomination and made an excellent race for the same ottlce against popular democratic nominee for third re sulting in Cunninghams defeat by a narrow His strong showing in that his clean personal his recognized ability to fill the his campaign experience and many friends made at that time certianly point to Cunningham the very strongest candidate for clerk of courts the republicans can name this Cunningham conducts a lurge general store at arid Is a most agreeable gentleman to Get your Paints and Oils for fall painting at Water mains are being laid to Yep Lees laundry Crushed with ice cream and soda A nice lot uptodate Col lars and Ties just received at the Fields went to last Saturday and visited friends a couple of Carpenters are putting in a hand some bay window on the east side of Laura Halls residence on Reed Use Iowas Best or xxxx Flour for satisfactory Leave your feed orders with We deliver AKRON MILLING We have our line of Ladies and Misses Shoes in from New York and invite the ladies to call and see They are correct in quality and Racket A case of scarlet fever is reported in a family five miles east of strange as it may the patient is being treated by an as the TRIBUNE is informed by a local When last beard from by John who was taken to the Clarinda insane hospital for treat was in a critical re sulting from the effects of a hypoder mic injection of which it was necessary to administer at LeMars to keep him quieted enroute to Clar Raish arrived in Akron last Saturday from where he has been attending the and will spend a couple of weeks here visiting relatives He then goes to to visit his after which he will enter t Harvard col lege to complete his Miss Belle who was visiting relatives at returned home Saturday on account of the seri ous illness of her Susie his who is a professional nurse in the Samaritan Sioux ar rived on the same train and has ren dered valuable Searls has had a hard battlewith the dreaded but has Won the contest and is now slowly M iss Avis teacher in the first Primary department of the Akron public received today from of Des state super intendent and president of the state board of a certificate stating that she had successfully passed the examination and furnishedsatisfactory references as to character and experi entitling her to lawfully teach in the second and third grades of any public school in the state of for a period of five beginning July The TRIBUNE congratu lates Miss Williams upon her receipt qf this high recognition of her ability as an for which she has so faithfully striven and Miss Williams has been very ill at the home of CJlley since previous to the death of her but her many friends will learn with pleasure she has so much as to be able to sit up for an hour this Harvest Is Here and the Old Reliable Implement McCORKELL is better equipped than ever to 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 Fine Line of Buggies and Keystone Play 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 WcCORKELL Get a nice fan with a dish of Ice Dream at the Houses for sale at all kinds of prices ind See Miss Edna of is guest at the home of Remember the Wall Paper and Hammock sale until all are at Wall Paper closing out at big sacri make room for other goods at Street Commissioner Stoel and force men are busy building street cross ngs of a substantial of Sac who had been a guest of the family of his for a re urned yesterday to his Mellen returned last Saturday from threeweeks visit with relatives at different points in Mellen and two sons extended their enjoyable stay a few returning lome this A pleasant party was held at the home of and Preston southeast of last Saturday eve the occasion being the birthday of their A number of Akron young people were in at Klauer drove to LeMars last accompanied by bis sister and little who have been visiting him for some They took the train there for their lome in Dubuque and Klauer re turned to Akron the same Miss Allie of Sioux who is visiting in was the re cipient of a pleasant and successful surprise at the hands of about twenty five friends last at the home of and The time passed all too rapidly with indulg ence in various games and amuse The guests were served lemon cake and Card of To those who so kindly gave their assistance before and after the death of our beloved we extend our luartfeit AND GUN CLUB Very Successful Two Days Shoot Visitors Well PleasedSome Good Shooting DoneOfficial Results of Clay and Live The two days shooting tournament given by the Akron Gun yester day and was one of the most successful affairs of the kind that ever occurred in this The weather conditions were ideal and everything went off with out bitch or the wrangling that marks some shoots having been en tirely The number of partici pants from outside of town was larger than and without an excep tion expressed appreciation of their treatment and the impartial manage ment of all Numerous spec tators watched the sport with much Walter Scott official blackboard scorekeeper and Earl Edgington as cashier gave excellent Much credit is due Field Captain Young for the financial success and smooth running of the while Per Barr and others also lent mate rial assistance in that The gentlemen entering from abroad were of of of Kelson and of Big Taylor and Michel of Boyd and of Sioux The total individual score for the two days clay bird consist ing of twentyfour were as fol lows SHOT 339 318 303 300 297 faylor 297 292 Meyer 285 285 284 280 278 Perkins 265 254 247 250 100 95 66 43 45 33 45 24 45 23 30 17 15 3 A large crowd witnessed the live pigeon shoot Thursday Thi1 birds were not extra strong some difficult shots were presented and good sport The score SHOT 29 27 26 25 28 28 19 22 17 8 10 9 9 8 8 STBAY The gentlemen fvom Sioux City did good Gray winning second high aver age and Duncan fourth high of carried off third highaverage in the clay bird shoot and made the host score in live bird Of the Akron Youcf made the high clay bird score and tied with tho live bird Stewart won general low average at clay Edgington killed S3 out of So live The boys made a good shewing against the crack shots of did great win ning general average and also high average each day in the clay bird In the last nine events ho broke 183 out of 140 His average was about 90 per cent for the two He broke 15 straight four secured 14 nine not get less than 13 in any event and broke 19 in each of the two events of 30 It will surprise you to experience the benefit obtained by using the dainty and famous little pills known as De Witts Little Early Sustained a Broken While swinging from a heavily loaded grain wagon this evening at just after it had left the city Samuel Easton last bis hold and fell to the the hind wheel of the wagon passing over his left leg be low the breaking both Easton is said to have been con siderably under the influence of liquor wheu the accident Medical aid was summoned and the injured man conveyed to his home and made as comfortable as the circum stances would FOR WHOOPING iioth my children wore taken with whooping writes Dut oC A small bottle ojt rtoiiuy and Tar gavo such Ieliol that I used n W cent which saved me iiOolovx   

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