The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1892 · Page 7
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KKHJBL1CAN, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1892. Burt Republican. THE OGOTTT NEWS, Reported by Special Correspondent. B. IScUtor. •BtfRT, IOWA, MmRtJARY 84.1892. was NBWS. a Burt visitor J. W. Wallace Tuesday. H. A. Paine of Algona was visiting in our city Friday last. Miss Anna Powers came up from Ai- gona Tuesday for a visit with the writers family. 0. 0. Ohubh wns up Tuesday looking over the Burt Bank in which he is interested. Eiss Ellen Mchizer who has heen in Sioux City for the past month i? expected home this week. W. II. Wilder is confined to hia bod by sickness. We look to see him araund again in a few days. Alvin Hodgson's sale came off last Thursday and taking things all around everything sold pretty well. Alvin, Hodgson left, Monday for El Paso UK, where he is to engage in the Agricultural Implement business with a brother-in law. Herman Shultz was up from Algonu Thursday to stay a few days testifying to an inward insensibility of outward all overishness similar to that of la grippe. Rev. Forsythe is holding revival meetings here and is meeting with much success. The church is well filled every night and many are vowing to lead a Christian life. Cady and Hallock have recently received a large shipment of dishes, including plain and decorated. Their stock of crockery and glassware, lamps etc. is full and complete. Benny Smith well known to many of our readers, died at his home in Bancroft Thursday night and was interred in the ?. Portland cemetery on Saturday. The funeral was largely attended. James Stow came home Saturday on account of sickness. He had but a short time longer to stay before receiving his diploma and as soon as he is able will probably return and finish his course. The farmers held another meeting Saturday afternoon concerning the building of an elevator, but owing to many being . absent attending Uncle Benny Smith's funeral nothing really definite was done. But enough was done and said to enable us to venture the assertion that they will build the elevator all right enough. The Burt Bank commenced business Monday and solicits your patronage. Painter Adams of Algona and H. B. Lindsey of this place had charge of the painting and graining and if you don't 'think they have done a good job just go and see. The citizens of Burt appreciate a bank and wish success to the managment. The cashier, Mr. Murtagh is a fine book keeper a good penman and withal' a gentleman with whom it is a pleasure to do business. A, A, Beane, A, M,, M, D, Office and residence one door west of POST OFFICE. SHOE SHOP. Repairing of all kinds done neatly and at reasonable rates. You will find me at Whitney's hardware strife. Give me a cal1 - Joseph Market. J. B. CORK, Real Estate-Agt. BURT, IOWA. Good farms for sale. publishes more outside ai"« surrounding towns A Splendid Line of Just received, to ho sold cheap, and trimmed ready for use. Don't fcfrgct to examine our it will pay you. NICHOLSON & BUELL. FURNITURE STORE. mn For the JSancrnft NEWS sec naae 3. for ?i,n 0 t5»» Bsl ' ONDENT . B : ~ A » correspondence nor »^h UB k ICAN sllolll(1 reach « )ls o fflc <> tls nmiid Ueselay even '"£' Woase bear WH1TTKMOKK. Mrs. Thos. Mac Govern was in Monday evening. Hev. V. C. Thomas is away on a visit at his old home for a few days. Dr. Tuttle visited his sister Mrs. A. II. Hotelling, and family n, few days the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Clnis. Wright of West Bend attended church nnd Sunday school here Sunday morning. Mr. Frank Collins of Emmctsburg is in charge of John Pauls lumber yard at thio place while the agent is wrestling with the measles. Miss Hays will take charge of Miss Hotellings school room during the lattcrs sickness, with Miss Polly Bates in charge of the primary room. Thos. Mac Govern figured as principal in n runaway out west of of town Saturday morning. No harm done only the cutter slightly demoralized. ^ Misses Alice and Minnie Miller took Saturdays train for Algona, they were called home by the sad news of the sudden death of their mother. If you see a lot of wild eyed green looking fellows going about our streets just remember they are not verdant youths as they seem to be, but some of our industrious business men with their mustaches shaved off. Miss May Hotelling. Mrs. J. V. Wiekler and C. C. Samson are down with the measles at present writing, the infant malady is no respecter of persons. Whittemore will bo mcaslc proof next time judging by present appearances. We understand Wm. Cortie has purchased the livery barn an main street with the intention of turning it into a pool room with two tables, and loafing capacity of about one hundred, thus another long felt want in Whittemore will be supplied. SfcNUCA. Ray Coleman spent Friday and Saturday with his brother, James, ia Bancroft. The social hop at Mr. Adams' Wednesday is reported t,o have been a very enjoyable affair. Grant Hamilton arrived from Chicago Saturday last where he has been forsome time on a pleasure trip. Will Hamilton drove to Fairmont Monday for a load of buckwheat flour. It ia to be hoped that flour can be secured at sorno nearer point soon, Why are the smiles fin John Engesscr's face more radiant than usual? A bouncing boy of medium weight arrived at his place Wednesday last. Mr. John O'Connor and mother of Waterloo arrived here Tuesday last, having been called by the sickness of Grandma Citrolan. Mr, O'Connor will go from here to Nobrnska on business. Ledyard Times! CLlARAlcl LEDYARTUQWA, FEB. 24, 1892. .21. Corn.... ..... 25 -20 Butter. ... 18 @ 20 0 . 00 Hogs ....;.. .4.35 -76 Barley . . . .25@.35 .75 Hay.:.. ...... 0.00 USDYAIU). effects a permanent cure. Thousands of people testify to tlio success of Hood's Sarsaparilla us si remedy for catarrh when other preparations had railed. Hood's Sarsaparilla also builds up tlic vholo system, and makes you fuel renewed in health and strength. " I used Hood's Sarsaparilla for catarrh, and received grc.it relief: and lienefit from it. The catarrh was very disagreeable, especially in the winter, causing eonstfint discharge from niy nose, ringing noises in my cars, and pains in the back of my head. The effect to clear The Seneca Creamery Co. is Invited to take the Witness Stand. EDITOR REPUBLICAN: Dear Sir—We notice in the REPUBLICAN of last week that Mr. Warner of Seneca is very anxious for the Burt ^Creamery Co. to give him some figures. For the benefit of Mr. Warner and all others interested we would say that the second business year of our Creamery ' Co, ends in March at which time we shall give a full report of the business done, prices paid etc. for the last twelve months and if the Burt Creamery Co. fails to head the procession it will at least be within sight of the Band wagon as to whether or not 77 cents per cwt. is a good average, for milk depends altogether on the time covered by such average. Will Mr, Warner or Mr. Alcorn please give the dates from which they figure? Another tiling to consider in comparing the prices paid by different creameries is the amount of work donated by the 'Share Holders. The managers of the Burt creamery have from the first taken the position that all necessary labor should be hired and the cost pf same be charged to expense account last winter even filling the ice house by contract. In addition to this'8 per cent interest is allowed on stock, and the directors, treasurer and secretary allowed a reasonable salary. It will be seen at once that H makes quite a difference in dividends paidjwhether such work as putting up ice, bauJiogcoal, butter ete. is done by Share hQjders, gratis or paid for in cash £*>d the cosf of the same added to the running expenses, Will our Seneca friends please compare notes with us in this respect? Respectfully yours, SygpHjsN NICHOLSON jec'y Burt Creamery Co. It is a truth IR medteine that the smallest dose that performs the euro is the ¥st. Pe Witt's Little Early Ri ser8 are tUe smallest pills, win perform the cure aad are the best. Geo. E, Marble SELLS 1 lb. package coffee ffi 23 7 Ibs. oat meal ..."....'.'.', 25 1 package large sized yeast! ..'.'..'" ~6 1 package small sized yeast 8 1 lb. California peaches 10 1 box lenox soap '.'.'.'.'. 4 00 1 package soda 7 1 jib. plug tobacco 25 25 O7.s. baking powder '.'.'.'.'. 25 1 can tomatoes '.'. 10 1 qt. cranberries .".!.!.!!! 10 We Sell the G-oods and we can quote Prices that would astonish penny concerns. THE Elite Studio Is now at Burt. Aristo Cabinets, $3.00 per dozen. Copying and enlarging^ successful specialty. C. B. LONG, Photographer. STOP —AT THE— HOTEL! M, L, 1AYHEW, Proprietor. Good Accommodations. Livery and Feed Stable in connection with hotel. Go to Graham BUMPS, fo.j< DEAFNESS, BeiejitiftPj! GOING TO BUILD? If you are you ouglit to get Whitney's, Prices on the HARDWARE. We hive just received John Osboru of Soneca spent Sunday in Swea. C. Bergeson's family have all been down with la grippe. Mrs. Martin Rcrnner of Black Hawk county visited in Swea over Sunday with relatives. Edward and Norman Anderson were in Algona on business last Thursday. C. A. Erickson >s able to be out after a long siege of la grippe. Land seekers and letters asking information concerning land are quite frequent. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Larson of Winfred, Dakota, have been visiting friends for the past week. Mrs. J, E. Hayden is home from a weeks visit with relatives and friends at Bancroft. Miss Wesley's school of Seneca visited Miss Carrie Smith's school in No. 3 last week. Albion Bergeson has bought 160 acres north of his fathers and will turn over a good bit of it next spring. Miss Hannah Hayden came home from Fairmont, Minn., last Friday for a few days visit with her parents. Albert Ogren came over from Ledyard Sunday on the new survey and took iu the new town site and his best girl. Andrew Berggreen has been confined to the house for some time with some liver trouble caused by la grippe. Miss Helen Hayden entertained a number of young people last Friday evening at her home. Better late than never. A few weeks ago a little daughter of medium weight camo to the household of Carl Tegelberg. Elon Anderson and Hagbert Oleson have sold their quarter section to Mr. Bergren ofr Seneca. Mr. Bergren will build at once, Ex Senator Dows and son came over the new survey last week, getting contracts for the right of way of the new railroad. Mr. Dows claims that Ellsworth has nothing to do with the survey and town sites will be looked up when the rail road is a sure thing. FENTON. Dame rumor tells of a wedding in west Fenton tonight, J. M. Moore has the lumber hauled for a hog house, 18x86. Frank Raqney is now an expert in the bay business at Bur$. F. C. NeweJJ, assessor for this township, is calling on all. John Tibbits and wife (if Missouri are visiting relatives here. Mrs. 0. C. Tibbits returned from an extended visit in Minnesota Tuesday last. Mi. and Mrs. Willard Palmer of Palo Alto county have been visiting with his brother, W. E., of this township. Some 1-NwlUU People Allow a coygh to run uetjj it gets beyond the reach of mediae, f hsy 0 | te|l w my he:«l iu tile morning by hawking and spitting was painful. Houd'a Sarsaparilla gave me relief. Immediately, while iu time 1 was entirely cured. I am never without Hood's Sarsaparilla in my house as 1 think it is worth .its weight in gold." MES. G. B. GIEB, 1020 Eighth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. Bold hy all druggists. j?l; six for£5. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. Dollar B BBBH — -•— ~—«n i ^a™ GENTLEMEN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE : MONEY? It is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; made of the best flue calf, stylish one easy, and because wo malic more shoes of this oraae than any other Manufacturer, it eauals hand- gewed shoes costing from $4,00 to 85.00. «CjE 00 Genuine Hand-sowed, theflnestcatf «P«J«] shoe ever offered for $5.00 j equals French, Imported shoes which cost from $8.00 to 812.00. *»A «O*I ami-Sowed Welt Shoe, flno calf, «p™r » stylish, comfortable and durable. The best shoe ever offered at this price ; same grade aa custom-made shoes costing from $6.00 to $9.00. S& a ?»^T l l'5 0 S llo , c ' Farraers - railroad Hen •i/va andLetterCarrieraall wearthem: flue calf. seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten- olon edge. One pair will wear a year. ffiO 50 flue calf; no better shoe ever offered at «?&• this price; one trial wilt convince those whowant a shoe for comfort and service. ffiO -J5 and 84.00 Worlciixrimin's shoes «P«B are very strong and durable. Those who have given them a trial will wear no other make. BfWffi' $2> 0 <> n "<l $1.75 school shoes are < a **f «* worn by the boys everywhere; they sell on their merits, ns the iunreasing sales show. H_?Jtfi5**R S3. 00 lUuiul-Bewcd shoe, best BaCJWj ||CO Dongola, very stylish; equals French, Imported shoes costlngfrom §4.00 to sbff. ular " lm:B liadios' 9.50, SS.OO anil 81.75 shoe for Misses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable Cniitloii.-See that \V. L, Douglas- name aid price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. SS-TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE..® ^^^^ «Ob, it will 9*868 it but in most F. S. Stough, Aerent A GOOD SEAMSTRESS HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY UNO A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY 18 ONE OF OUR NEW FOR Fvu, PARTICULARS AQP«C«* NationaJSewingMachineCo, nunnummnmm TA Is .1 cimslittitlonal and not a local disease, and therefore It cmmot lie cured by local applications. It requires a constitutional remedy like. Hood's Sarsaparilla, wliicli, working thronyh the blood, er:idicatcs the impurity which causes and promotes the disease, and "Ledyard is booming," is all we hear nowadays. Andrew Christiansen is visiting at his old home in Renwick. J. B. Kendall has been quite sick with la grippe the past week. Agent Drake, formerly of Algona, was a caller in our town Saturday. Fred Calkins is taking a tour through northern Wisconsin on business. Mr. Patterson, the Algona merchant, was viewing our city one day last week. We are informed that Messrs. Jones & Smith will begin their banking business. The hour for Sunday school was changed back to the original time, 2 p. m. A boy at the home of Scott Johnson, we neglected to mention a week ago, is doing finely. W. Wright, soil Harry and daughter Bessie visited with friends at Eagle Grove over Sunday. W. II. Deane has taken the contract to crc'ct a restaurant building for E. J. McLaury of Eagle Grove. James Wood and C. A. Ordway attended the organization of the I. O. 0. F. lodge at Bancroft Wednesday last. The lecture at the school house Tuesday evening was well attended and the organization of a Juvenile Temple was the result. Rev. Williams of Bancroft will preach at the school house on Sunday evening the 28th inst., instead of the 21st, as stated in our last. The school enumeration of Ledyard as given us by good authority, is sixtj' pupils. Ledyard is sadly in need of more schoolroom capacity. Quite a number of the village lads went to Jilmore Friday to attend the sale of a carload of draft horses. We understand Albert Welden purchased a team. We understand that Dunlap Bros, are caving a hall over their implement bunding. It will make a good hull room and Ledyard certainly needs the hall. Graves & Graham have their new stock of implements on hand, and have shown the TIMES reporter the latest styles in buggies, but a cart will do us at present. Miller Bros, -have their drug stock now opened and are ready for business with a rull line ot druggist's sundries and Frank has been treating his new customers to cigars and candy. Miss Mary Bristol of Bradgate was visiting with her cousin, Mrs. G. W Pangburn, of Elmore, last week. Miss Bristol a delegate to the district lodge meeting and is District Vice Templar. F. Jenks is putting on an addition to his hotel 24x33 which will make one cf the finest hotel buildings in northern Iowa. We are pleased to learn that his business has increased to such an extent. . The following were installed as officers in ihe Juvenile Temple for the ensuing quarter: Mrs. M. B, Wright S T • TOR Jenks C. T.; Bessie WrigM V T ;"Jim mie _ Dennis, C.; Arthur Wood F S • Jessie Allsup, Sec.; Minnie Kendall,' Treas,; BertiejLllsup, M.; Elgie Wood, Closing Out Winter Stock of Overcoats, Cloaks, Overshoes, Blankets, German Socks, Gloves, Mittens and Caps, Of Arriving every day. Call and; see us. KENDALL <fe GEANOTS. dav J First class accommodations for and week boarders. First class hotel for traveling; custom F. THIMBLE, Proprietor. W. O. DEANE & SON, Carpenters and Builders., LEDYARD, IOWA. Satisfaction guaranteed. Job work a specialty. Give us a trial. The following is a list of improvements now under progress or to be commenced at once in Ledyard: Skinner & Son. store building for hardware, 20x50. F. Jenks, an addition to his hotel, F1TZ & LONG. Estate, Loans -And— Ledyard, Iowa. We carry a full stock of Hat Feathers, Ribbons, Laces, etc. We are ready to please the public. A. E. KEG-LEY. Ledyard Livery, Feed —And— Good Rigs at Eeasonable Prices. S. Jenks, Ledyard, Iowa-. F. A. BEONSON. Has a full stock of Charley Graham, residence, 24z28. Howard Scoville, two residences. T- M. Trimble, furniture store, 24x60. WeimerBros., bank, 24x50. E. J. McLaury, store building for restaurant, .Dilao Agency for the Celebrated McCormick Binders and Mows, Mowers, Minnesota Chief Threshers, Bushford Wagons and B nggies, Best Gang and Sulky Bows, Disc Harrows, Smoothing Ramms, Porce^Peed and Broad , Pumps, Land Rollers, General Furniture and is now ready tp accommodate the people of Ledyard and Yicinity,: Call 011 Mrs. C. A. Ordway, over Ordway's agricultur" implement store. > , C. A, ORDWAY Dealer in Coal and Ha Leclyard, Iowa. Wishes to say to the public tnat he be prepared to dp a large awojwt p| During the cpiaipg season, «n4 will, buy OATTLE, FAT IQ0$ ATO

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