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THE REPUBLICAN, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2> 1892. II IOWA, MARCH 2. 1862. ' ' ' '"' ' A. A, Beane, A. M,, M, D, Office and residence one door west of POST OFFICE J. G. Graham Friday. Whii Elvidgo left for Chicago Monday evening with stock. W. M. Cook spent Sunday at Whittemore with Mr. and Mrs. N. Cotton. Chas. C.- St. Glair was up from Algona Friday evening visiting the Burt Bank. The Burt Bank has a card in this issue which is to be a permanent feature. Bead it. Wm. Schaeffer has done a Christian act by putting down a good side walk in front of his blacksmith slop. If Geo. Eastman don't put down one now pretty soon he is a very small batchelor. The revival meetings at the M. E. church closed Sunday night after a successful series of meetings. Taking the church here and the church at Buffalo Forks and over 70 have united on probation. Rev. Baily assisted Rev. Foesythe at this place. A good work was done. BUKT, Feb 25. EDITOR REPUBLICAN: The revival meetings have been in progress in Burt now three weeks. There have been thirty five conversions, and twenty-five accessions on probation. The interest is still on the increase, and and the prospect is exceedingly favorable for a general work. During the five months I have been on this work 1 have preached 139 sermons, held 48 prayer- meetings, made 45 pastoral calls, travell- ed 1200 miles, had 85 conversions, received on probation 60, and 2 by letter, " and organized a League. Respectfuly JNO. W. FOHSYTHE. THE OOtTOTY NEWS. Reported by Special Correspondents. TUB BEpunwoAK publishes more outside news from the country and surrounding towns than all the six other papers published In Kos* sutli county combined. For the Bancroft NEWS «eo page 3. To OoKKBSPOMbRMTs:—All correspondence for the REPUBLICAN should reach this office nor later than Tuesday evening. Please bear this In mind. SHOE SHOP. Repairing of all kinds done neatly and at reasonable rates. You will find me at Whitney's hardware store. Give me a call. Joseph Market. J. B. CORK, Real Estate Agt. BURT, IOWA. WH1TTKMORE. Miss Ada Whitehorn is the latest victim of measels. Mr. Samson is about again attending to business. Miss Minnie Miller returned to Whitte* more Monday evening. The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs. H. P. Hatch next Thursday afternoon. Good farms for sale. A Splendid Line of Just received, t« be sold cheap, and trimmed ready for use. Don't forget to examine our "Plunder Counter" it will pay you. NICHOLSON & BUELL. A caucus was held Saturday evening for the purpose of nominating the new city officers. Miss May Hotelling resumed her school work Monday morning after nearly a weeks lay off. Mr. Dennis Kinsley and Miss Maggie McDonald were married Monday morning at the Catholic church. Mr. Ed Ingler recently made a trip to Wisconsin to dispose of some property at his former place of residence. Herman Rantzow has rented the rooms back of G. E. Williams' barber shop where he will shortly open a shoemaker shop. J. DeGraw has sold hisblacksmith shop and will give immediate possession, the purchaser's name we have been unable to learn. Chas. Anderson and family moved into the front part of Mrs. Munch's house Monday. Houses to rent are getting more scarce than ever in Whittemore. PORKS. •Mr. Deitman is the new butter mftkef ftt the creamery. Mrs. Giles has returned from West Bend where she has been visiting. Elwin Davison was able to take dinner with the family last Friday for the first time in about eight months. The quarterly meeting at the Doan Memorial church was quite well attended. Rev. Forsythe could not be present as he is holding meetings at Burt. SENECA. Mr. Barney Connelly and sister visited friends iu Algona Tuesday last. La grippe still predominates. We number M. Flynn and Hans Jeanson among its victims. Ray Colemati spent Saturday and Sunday with his teacher, Mr. Fred Patterson, of Union township. Ledyard ,TA8. Kditof. LEDYARD, IOWA, MAR. 2, 1892. Mr. Levi Hodgson sent us the follow- ing.report on the state of his health last *week but it was received too late to be published. The REPUBLICAN hopes that his present good health and state of .Mskiness will be continued indefinitely: BURT, IOWA, February 28. Bditor REPUBLICAN? : The Burt REPUBLICAN of last week stated that Levi Hodgson had bis boots on again and intended running the farm again this year. Now I would just say the REPUBLICAN is all right on that as I have already gotten things pretty much under my 'Own thumb, only that Charley Anchor is still around the barn yard to execute some of my telephone orders and see that-the pigs and cattle-and such things as stay about the barn get a little something to eat and drink. You see I am something of a telephone farmer just now, same as Hiram C. Wheeler was—he did not get there—and I don't know as I will; but the /department of the farm most accessible to me at present is the kitchen and pantry department, I seem to be making a complete success in that line. The farming season has not fully came yet, so I am just laying on my oars waiting on time, just ready to swap yarns and tell stories to any who may chance to pass this way- LEVI HODGSON. SwEETSEit, Ind., Dec. 12/91. W. E. Closson, Independence, Iowa. Dear Sir—I faaye a sister afflicted with a curved spine, and her side has been running for two years. They have tried every remedy and doctors from all over the state and it seems that none has done her any good and they have given up all hopes of her recovery. My uncle, Mr. Lewis Smith, tells me his wife was afflicted for several years and your medicine cured her: he recommends it very highly. You may send me a bottle of the same— enclosed find one dollar. WM. SMALL. ' FOUND. One black sow pig. The owner can recover property by. identifying same and paying for tlrs notice. JOHN KOEPKA. It }s a truth in medicine that the smallest dose that performs the cure is the best. De Witt's Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, will perform the cure and are the best, t PUSH'S. Go to Graham & Elvidge for pumps. Bright people are the quickest to recog- a good thing and buy it. We sell lots Of bright people the Little Early Risers. If ypu, are cot bright these pills, will make > ou so, New w. M. Stock COOK'S FURNITURE STORE, Geo. E. Marble Still Sells The 'best goods At'She lowest prices. When we get into our new store, that will fee soon, come and see us. Plenty of the best help, good goods and low prices are bound to please, and we have them. Spring is here and you want rubber goods; get the best; we handle nosecond class stock. The ladies are particularly invited to <call—we have 100 beautiful pictures for them. THE Elite Studio r * •. « Is now at Burt. Aristo Cabinets, $3.00 per dozen. Copying and enlarging a success--- ful specialty. C. B. LONG, Photographer. C. CHUBB, s President! J. MURTACHi Cashier STOP -AT THE- BDRT HOTEL! M, L. MAYHEW, Proprietor, Good Accommodations. LiverV and Feed Stable in connection with hotel. BURT, IQWA. General Banking, ^DEAFNESS, GOING TO BUILD? If you al-e you ought to get Whitney's Prices on the HARDWARE. We have-just received A Large Stock of JT8 CAUSSI jiy CUBE, WESI-KY. The carpenter work on Mrs. Hill's new house is nearly completed. Considerable sickness is reported but at present not of a serious nature. Miss Lilly Hill who teaches near Corwith spent a few days with her mother last week, W. A. Gillespie has rented C. L. Potters house and will take possession next Thursday. W. P. Giddings little boy, Freddie i« quite sick at present but not considered dangerous. C. L. Livermore is very proud r ?f the new Climax chair he has recently placed in his barber shop. Another car of emigrant movables from Grundy county was unloaded at our depot last-Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson have wel" corned to their home a lively little son who is now -about a week old. The hay business is still in a prosperous condition. Two new buildings for storing baled hay have been erected recently. Several of the Odd Fellows of Wesley went to Corwith Wednesday to attend the funeral of a child of a brother Odd Fellow. Rev. McBride went to Thornton last Wednesday and as he remained over Sunday no services were held in the M. E. church. E. A. Flint who has been visiting his parents in Spencer has returned and taken up his daily duties with much zest and cheerfulness. Miss Rose Colby took the train Thursday evening for Wankeska Wis. to spend a few months with relative$and to pursue some special studies. Gregory Bruxnr has commenced the election of a new black smith shop an Main street not far from W. Gillespie's. Competition is the life of trade. Mrs. Smith of Wisconsin, who has spent the winter with her son, Henry, returned home last week accompanied by her son who will remain long enough .tp visit his old friends. The lovers of dancing enjoyed an un- qsmally gay masquerade ball ut Kunz's Hall Monday evening. As Monday was the 39 th of February it must be considered a leap year ball. Geo. Schneider, who has purchased a farm near Bruster, Minn., started with his family last Mqnday to take possession of the same. Ge'orge is decidedly a rolling stone, but he seems to gather as he rolls, not moss but farms. The Russ farm one and one INJ||,miles northeast of Wesley, will be fSjj next year by C. L Harvey of Irvingtoh/ This is a large and profitable farm. A sale of 200 head of cows besides Oliver slock is advertised to take place ail. this farm within a few days. Fred M. Bacon has during the winter made frequent trips to Monticello and a few days ago on returning from one of those excursions surprised his friends by bringing home a bride. The happy couple expect soon to commence housekeeping over A, & L. McPherson's store. It is said that«Rev. McBi-jde will return to Thornton the last of March and aga ( in take possession of his farm, It is to be hoped that he will finish his year as pastor of tbe church here. Probably that is his inteation after settling his family comfortably on the farm. Mr- and Mrs. Thos, Clark are grievlous- ly afflicted in the loss of their oldest child A dear Uttle girl four yeare of age. They 404, their children uay« been tbe objects Catarrh Is a constitutional and not a local disease, and therefore It cannot be cured by local applications. It requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, working through the blood, eradicates the Impurity which causes and promotes the disease, and Catarrh effects a permanent cure. Thousands of people testily to the success of Hood's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for catarrh when other preparations had failed. Hood's Sarsaparilla also builds up the whole system, and makes you feel renewed in health and strength. Catarrh "I used Hood's Sarsaparilla for catarrh, and received great relief and benefit from It. The catarrh was.very disagreeable, especially iu the winter, causing constant discharge from my nose, ringing noises in my cars, and pains in the back of my head. The effect to clear Catarrh my head in the morning by hawking and spitting was painful. Hood's Sarsaparilla gave me relief immediately, while iu time I was entirely cured. I am never without Hood's Sarsaparilla iu my house as 1 think it is worth its weight In gold." MRS. G. B. GIBB, 1029 Eighth Street, N. W., "Washington, D. C. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. $l;slxforgs. Preparedonly by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses On© Dollar LKDYAKD. Ledyard is situated in northern Iowa in north part of Kossuth county, upon an undulating table land. It is about two miles from the Blue Earth river on the north and east. It is diversified with both upland and lowland, but it is safe to say that the land in the vicinity of Ledyard is comparatively free from marsh ponds. The soil is black loam with land enough to make it warm. It is well adapted to cereals, especially corn. Those who have already settled in our vicinity are of a superior class of people and we would say to those seeking a new location they would do well to give this locality a visit. l School closes next Tuesday. Everybody is turning carpenter. A. A. Sifert visited at Wesley Saturday Howard Scoville has his residence well under way. Barney Dunlap has been on our streets again the past few days. , Don't forget the township meeting the second Monday in March. The carpenters have resumed work on the Weirner bank building. We have a good barber now in C. A. Ordway's office, Mr. Johnson. Henry Chapin has purchased a farm a few miles out and is building. F. Trimble has been booming his furniture building the past few days. J. B. Kendall had his house moved over onto his lot last week. Ordway did the job. The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs. J. P. Kendall Thursday of this week. Mrs. Wilson is again able to be out. Mrs. Wilson has had a long siege of la grippe. Mr. Graves has returned to Cedar Falls for his family. They expect to arrive this week. The young people's prayer meeting will meet at Chas. Graham's residence Thursday evening. F. D. Calkins returned last week from his trip to northern Wisconsin. He says he will take a prohibition in his. F. M. Trimble has his furniture store under way and it is a good improvement CLEARANCE Closing Out Winter Stock 6f Overcoats, Cloaks, Overshoes, Blankets, German Socks, Gloves, Mittens and Caps, taarfcs of SPRING GOODS Arriving every day. Call and see us. KENDALL <fe GRANNIS. Calkins Hotel First class accommodations for day and week boarders. First class hotel for traveling custom. F. TRIMBLE, Proprietor. W. 0. DEANE & SON, Carpenters and Builders. LEDYARD, IOWA. Satisfaction guaranteed. Job work a specialty. Give us a trial. FITZ & LONG Real Estate, Loans —And— INSURANCE. Ledyard, - Iowa. WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It Is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread ;io hurt the feet; made of the best fine calf, stylish auxd easy, and because we make more shoes of thia Grade, than any 'Other manufacturer, It equals hand- mowed shoes costing from $4.00 to ?5.00. . ffie 00 Genuine Hand-sowed, the finest call «POa shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals French imported shoes which cost from $8.00 to 812.00. OtA. 0° Hand-Sewed Welt Shoe, flno calf, 31> «r • stylish, comfortable and durable. The best •shoe ever offered at this price; samegrade as custom-made shoes .costing from $6.00 to $9.00. <RO 50 1'ollco Shoe; Farmers. Hallroad Men 9 •* • and Letter Carriers all wear them; fine calf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three eoles, extension edge. One pair will wear ayear. tftf% 50 Hue calf t no better shoo ever offered at «&«•• this price; one trial will convince those who want a shoo for comfort and service. à0 25 nnd «a.OO Workingwion's shoes «&«•• are very; strong and durable. Those who have given them a trial will wear no other make. E3rk1fe> $3.00 and $1.75 school shoes are DOj9 worn, by the boys everywhere; theysell OH their merits, as the Increasing salea show. $3.00 Hand-sewed shoe, best Dongola, very stylish; equalstrench istiug from $1.00 to $6.00. ~- ^1.75 shoe for *Cmiti'ont—See"that~wr~L7Douglas' name and price are stamped on tbe bottom of each shoe. to the north side of Main street. Chas. Graham has moved out to his new farm residence and Mr. Auld has moved into his house here in town. John Wolfe has been making some improvements by way of building on his old farm which he has rented of Mr. Grannis for this season. * • Prank Snyder arrived in our town last week with a car load of goods. We understand he intends buying a lot and building a house at once. Doc. Jacobs of Elmore was in town Monday, having been called to Scott Wickham's to attend the case of a young man of that neighborhood who is sick with pneumonia. B. Dunlap returned to our midst Saturday last and by the way he was smiling and shaking hands with his friends it would seem as though the world has used him well during his absence. The new hardware building of Skinner £ Son is nearly ready forfcusiness. Come to Ledyard for your hardware and machinery and in fact almost anything that you want to get and get cheap. We understand the Methodist people have decided to build a church here this summer. This is a step in the right direction and we have no doubt the business men of the town will help en the enterprise in every way possible. The voters of Ledyard school district will meet at the school house Monday. March 7, at 2 o'clock for the purpose of electing one sub director and to do any other business that may come up. The school district at Ledyard is comprised of sections 3, 4, 9 and 10 at present. We carry a full stock of Millinery Goods, Hat Feathers, Ribbons, Laces, etc. We are ready to please the public. A. E. KEGrLEY. Ledyard Livery, Feed -And— SALE STABLE. Good Rigs at Reasonable Prices. F. S. Jenks, Ledyard, Iowa. F. A. BKONSON Has a full stock of W. F. S. Stough, Ae-ent A GOOD SEAMSTRESS IS A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY AND A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY 18 ONE OF OUR NEW AMSTRESS SEWING MACHINES. General Furniture and is now ready to accommodate the people of. Ledyard and Vicinity. Call on Mrs. C. A. Ordway, over Ordway's agricultur- implement store. FOR FULI. PARTICUIARS ABOBIM NationalSewingMachineCo, JUNC Agency for the Celebrated ~ McCormick Binders and Mowers, Hamster Co. Mowers, Minnesota Chief Threshers, Eushfbrd Wagons and Buggies, Best Gang aqd Sulky Plows, Disc Harrews, Smootbing'.Harrows, ForceJFeed and Broad Cast Seeders, ]PjU)&iDff 2iilU> IPuoops, fymd RoUew, Md in tact everything kept iu a C. A, ORDWAY Dealer in Goal and Hay, Ill Ledyard, Iowa, Wishes to say to the public that lie be prepared to do a large amount of During the coming season, and. that he will buy CATTLE, FAT HQGS AND STQCTO8 GORDON BROS., — Pealars in-*- Funeral Supplies of Fla^t ^M Wood., OWfr W$.