The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1892 · Page 7
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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THE KKniBLICAX, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH '.), 1802. Burt Republican THE COUNTY NEWS, Kf ported by Special Correspondents. H. B. I-IA-I/TjOCK. TGilitor BURT, IOWA, MARCH 9, 1802. JUII'.T HOTiIK M'^f" E. J. Murtneh Smiflayed in Algona. Republican caucus Thursday at four o'clock. James Stow is able to bo around again after quite a sick spell. Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Bnell arc home from their visit in the Sunny South. A. Hough WHS up from Algoim Saturday and bought a car of cattle of Peter Krietht.'. Ed. ChalTee has moviid from Irviugton township on to a farm that his lias purchased about two miles north of town. Mr. Webster who lives southeast of town has purchased the Samuel Reed property in Irvington and will take possession in a few weeks. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ura Sheldon Feb. 2», and a girl to Mr. and Mrs Wm. Docring tho same. date. Mothers happy and fathers proud. The Burt correspondent to the Algona Courier states that Mr. Hallock intends leaving for California. We would like to know where they get their information. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Buell returned from Florida last Saturday. Mrs. Buell brought home with her a couple of nice young alligators about six inches in length. . The writer hereof naving disposed of his interests at Burt, and not being "in it," is obliged to resign his "posish" as editor of the Burt ROTUBHCAK with this issue. Jno. Goeders of Algona the first of the > mouth purchased Cady & HaVock's grocery business and leased the store room and is now ready to serve the people. Mr. Goeders will carry a general stock. The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Burt Co-Operative Creamery Co. will be held at the Burt school house Saturday, March 19, at 1 o'clock p. in., at which time two directors will be elected and such other business as may legally come before the meeting. A, A, Beane, A, M,, M, D, Ollice and residence one door west of POST TUB UKI'IJI'.I.K:AN publishes more, news from tho country iinrl snrroimiliiiK towns! t.liiin si) I tho six ollK'.v papers iwbllshod in Iviw- sutli county combined. Kor (lie. I'lMiirti'oft Nnws see pa.({i; '!. To Coiiiii'.si'ONDKNTH :— All corrrspondf.niK! for Hie liKi'i-iiMOA.v should reitcli Urn oDUio nor !;iler than Tuesday (ivoniiiy. Please. be;iv HIM in mind. NOTICE. As I am going to quit shoe repairing by April 1, 1 will ask you to bring all the work' you need done, this spring and have it done while yr.it have a chance to have it, done neat and cheap. >••;•: NTON. Frank 1'nlinc.r is visiliti;;' brother Yv'. K. with j. B. CORK, A.|SfiD. Mr. arid Mrs. II. Brans took possession of their new home hist week. The, eity election on Monday resulted as follows: for mayor, G. E. Boyle; for treasurer. C. Ridgcway; street commissioner, ]•.. Kngler; members of council, J. M. Farley, .!. Newman, C. C. Samson, II. Goetr-cli, A. Schmitt, and N. L.Cotton; for assessor, .!. DeGraw. .TAH. ItKjSmAJjT.', Kdilor. : LEDYAUI),'IOWA"! MAR. \t, 1892. Oats .. Eggs.. Cattle. Wheat BU.HT, IOWA. •Good farms for sale. fur A Splendid Line of Just received, U be sold cheap, aiid trimmei randy for use. Don't forget to examine our "Plunder Counter" it will pay you. NICHOLSON & BUELL. Vv'iu. I'cr.k'.-i ytiimcjoKLboy is very K \villi pneumonia. Mi^ Mn.f.:ii;ie IJuller eimii 1 home i'l Alston a. last; week. Fnuikie. RiMmi; 1 . '.v;.i:-i out, last \veek Monday. Mrs. O. ('• TibhiUs has lie fcic-k bul i» sl»'.v'y rr.coviTii'.jz'. J. M. Moore, lias been nick' past v/eek bill is around n^'iii Miss Anna, Wensrl clcw-d ;i fill terrnoi' school in the Moore district, last Friday. iMiKS Adilie Monre visited under the parental roof in West 'Fen ton Saturday and Sunday. FKXTOX. March 8.—Henry Wikox carne, borne from Algop.il lust Saturday where be lias been attending school. The carpet rap; social at Artbui M cores'hist Wednesday-\vas well attended. Receipts of the evening were $11.20. Charlie Warner's time expired a Wm. Peck's last week and he has gon to farming for himself. Henry Weave succeeds him. Willie. Christianson lias just receiver a bran new bicycle which lie purchase of J. L. Reid, agent for Rouse. Ha r arc! & Co.. Peoria, 111. There will be a social at Frank Thompson's Thursday evening, March 10, for the benefit of our pastor. A cordial invitation is extended to all. FURNITURE STORE. SWEETSEII, Ind., Dec. 12.'91. W. E. Clossou, Independence, Iowa. Dear Sir—I haye a sister affiietod 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. Geo» E, M Still Sells ble that •* I<'OK S One span horses 7 . and 8 years old. The best goods At the lowest prices. When we get into our new store, will be 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 no second class stock. The ladies are particularly invited to call—we have 100 beautiful pictures for them. It is 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. _ , TUMPS. Go to Graham & Elyidge for pumps. Bright people are the quickest to recognize a good thing and buy it. We sell lots of bright people the Little Early Risers. If you are not bright these pills will make you so. _ _ THE Elite Studio Is now at Burt. Aristo Cabinets, $3.00 per dozen. Copying and enlarging a successful specialty. C. B. LONG, Photographer. STOP —AT THE- School in the Stone district closed last week, A Mr. Henley will move to Mr.Strenters farm. Fred Ringsdorf is building an addition to hi.s house. The L. A. S. meets with Mrs Allen Friday the llth. Born to Mr. and Mrs. MilK March 3id, a, son. C. B. Hoiius will move to his fathers farm near Algona. Prayer Meeting and Epworth League Thursday evening. Mrs. Stevens of Minnesota is visiting her son, Mr. Geo. Manly. 4.11 who want feed ground please remember that Buffalo Fork now has a feed mill. At the Doaue Memorial church last Sunday there was one united on probation. Mr. and Mrs. Owen and daughter Nettie visit relatives in Poweshiek Co. in the near future. Mr. Mead has moved on to Mr. Millis's z,r,3>v.'. r.r>. Corn. Butter $0.00 Hogs. ...72 Barley $ .80 Hay.. Lcdyurd is situated in northern Iowa in iH.r'tl) part of Kossuth county, upon HH Hii.lulttlinc tablo liuul. Itisubout two milca from the Ulno Eurlh river on diu north iindeusl. It is divcrsilied wtlli bo,.li upland and lowland, but, it is safe to say H,m, the land in the vicinity "I Ledyard is comparatively free from marsh ponds. The soil is black loam with laud, i.-. to innUi B styllsU, comfortable and durable. shoeevo? offered at this price ; same grade as cus- tom-mado shoes costing from Sh-00 to SB.OO. ffi«S 5« 1'olicc Hhoc; Farmers. Railroad Men JO 3 o and Letter Carriers all wear them; flue calf. sTamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten- t'hisprkS! one t 1 '^ 1 ^™ 11108 th ° Sa «?«•• arc very *to'on? nnd°dur"bfo. II Tliosei who &vo givenjttoDmatrtaJylg wear B°° o «\ 0 ^- arQ *^**VS ""worn by the boys every where; tlieysell >Tr merits, as the Increasing sales show. -- . $3.00 llanil-sewccl shoo, best ' Dongola, verystyllsh; equalstrench M. L. MAYHEW, Proprietor. Good Accommodations. Livery and Feed Stable in connection with hotel. rvVlMH A nix In* "VyCftlt ftttd (WM»W«-M**» •—»• SSSrS.BSi4!M w«-«sn» «?,«Weg p c^ K8!sm&&8re MS «h£S pr.Nllles- Medical Co.,Elkhart,lnd. Sold by F. W. DINGLBY. GOING TO BUILD? If you are you ought to get Whitney's Prices on the HARDWARE. C. C, CHUBB, President. E, J, MURTAGH, Cashier BURT, 50WA, We have just received A Large Stock of WOOD m STEEl LEYBR HARBOf I o*n farm. We arc sorry to see them .leave he neighborhood. On account of muddy roads the lecture at the Doane Memorial church was not very largely attended. There will be a spelling school at the Davison school house next Friday night. An interesting programme is expected. We understand Wm. Cooper has pur chased the farm formerly owned by his bro. John, and intends moving on it in the spring. WIHTTEaiORE. Vetrinarian, Sayers was over from Algona on Saturday. . Andrew Drews has the lumber on the ground for a new house. N. L. Cottou started for Chicago with a car load of hogs Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs Cooke of Burt visited their daughter, Mrs. N. L. Cotton over Sunday. The prospects are very bright for Whit- tetnore's doubling in size again this year. Miss Ethel Hatch has bci-n on the sick list, for the past two weeks, cause, la grippe. Rev. Erickson of Mediapolis a youn^ Baptist minister preached here Tuesday evening. John Koch and family recently niovec into John Smiths house in the east par of town. Our city council passed an ordinance last week closing all places of business on Sunday. A Schmitt is preparing to build a ware house for farm machinery. Tho building will be 44 x 70 feet. . Fred Ingler of Emmettsburg with his wife and sou have been visiting friends and relatives in Whittemore. Six car loads of immigrant movables arrived in town one day last week for parties from 111. who will occupy farms just north of town. Henry Case and family started for 111 on Wednesday where they expect to make their future home. This estimabl family will be much miesed in Whitte more. Herman Raul20w and family move into the lower rooms of the house recentl by Jouo Koch; %s4 relatives o •. gruns, F. S. Btough, A GOOD SEAMSTRESS It, is well :i(l:iptci| t,o rc-rcal" ..serially coin. Those who I have already Billed in our vicinity arc of :v superior class of people ami we ould say lo I hose, seeking a now .'<""'on they "would do well to give tins lo I ality a visit. School closed this week. Sam Moore of Ulmorc was in town liuralay. (J. A Ordway has a car load of machinery on hand. Judge Cook and.]. B. Jones were on nir streets Thursday. Relatives of Joe Klcim; wen: in town looking after lots this week. Grannis & Rendall arc building on an addition to their store for store room. The Elmore barbers miss our boys since Mr. Johnson set up his chair in our city We understand that a Mr. Clow is erecting a building for another mca market. Rev. Williams of Bancroft is .expectec to preach in the school house nex Sabbath evening. Mr. Graves returned to Ledyard Sat urday with his family, and we \velcom them to our midst. Ladies Aid Society will meet at tb residence of Mrs J. B. Rendall this wee Thursday at 2 p. m. Wo see a number of the farmers taking out machinery. Ledyard machine men will not be undersold. The young people's prayer meeting will beheld Thursday evening nt the residence of Chas. Graham. Richard Tanner & McLaury have begun work on their restaurant building which is to be 24 x 40 feet. Charles Lewis, of Vernon Centre, was looking over our town the past week with a view to locating here. Alfred Welfare has made arrangements for getting his family with him from the old country. He will build a house soon 19 x 24. The Republican caucus will be held to day for the purpose of electing delegates to attend the convention at Algona the llth. Albert Welden met with a serious accident while working around a hay press having three of his fingers severely smashed. The Sauffer boys have sold their half section of land south of town to a man by the name of McGivcny. Consideration $15 per acre. Mr. Ellsworth, our new harness We wish to call the attention of the Gent!omen Public this week to our extra Spring Stock of Hate. £ ., "II li,'i 8 W [( B J1 t] Lo\voMt Prices. TONSORSAL ARTIST. (At C. A. Ordway's office.) Satisfaction guaranteed at customary prices. First class accommodations for day and week boarders. First class hotel for traveling custom. F. THIMBLE, Proprietor. W. 0. DEANS & SON, Carpenters and Builders, LEDYARD, IOWA. Satisfaction guaranteed. Job work a specialty. Give us a trial. 1 FITZ & T 8 AOTSC 4 JbuaJlS -And— bedyard, Iowa. We carry a full stock of Bat Feathers, RSbbons, Laces, etc. We are ready to please the public. A. E. KEG-LEY. Ledyard Livery, Feed —And—- Good Rigs at Reasonable Prices. F. S. Jenks, Ledyard, ' Iowa. HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY AND A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY IB ONE OF OUR NEW SEWING MACHINES. FOR FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS NationalSewingMactiineCo, •uoc»«om TO JUNE MANUFACTURING CO. BELVIDERE, ILL. inoftttortn of Fine Family Mwlio MMhlnw. FTA7BBON80N Has a full stock of General Furniture and is now ready to accommodate tho pwople of ledyard and Vicinity. maker is now ready to serve the public with anything in his line. Give him a call, you will not regret it. Rendall &Grannis unloaded a car-load of nails and barbed wire last week, which they will dispose of at lowest figures. They have a car of salt on the road. Mrs. Ordway thinks Ledyard a good place to sell furniture and others think it a good place to buy, because they can get what they want and get it cheap. W. 0. Dean's father of Eagle Grove has located in Ledyard for the present and Dean & Son are ready for all kinds of carpenter work and contracting. H. C. Hollenbeck one of the county fathers was through this part of the country last week. He 'visited his daughter Ada who teaches near Elmore. From what we have heard we infer: fhaTa railroad is about to be laid from Forest City to Estherville. That it will cross the C. & N. W. about 2^ miles south of Ledyard. That it will go through Bancroft. That it will never be built. That it will run from Estherville to Forest City. That it will pass between Ledyard and Moore's siding. That it will start where it begins and leave off where it ends, and that Ledyard is sup posed to be dead. But-we don't believe it. LOST: Between Ledyard and J. H, Jacob's place,* tumbling rod to horsepower of well machine. Finder will be rewarded by returning to H. WILSON, Ledyard. GORDON BROS., —Dealers in— ^FURNITURE*- Funeral Supplies of Finest Quality. Wood, Cloth and Metallic Burial Cases and Caskets. Household Goods at rock bottom prices delivered free at Ledyard. Gordon's Furniture Store, ELMORE, - - MINNESOTA. Agency for the Celebrated McCormick Binders and lowers, C. A. ORDWAY Dealer in Ledyard, Iowa. Wishes to say to the publip that he will be prepared to do a large amount of Mowers, Minnesota Chief Threshers, Bushford Wagons and Buggies, Best Gang and Sulky Pl<> Disc Harrows, Smoothing U»rro»f, Force Feed and Brcmd CaM Fanning Mills, Pumps, Land Rollers, And in fact ever> ihiug k«-p» IP a / ;) | Dwtag tUe eomi»« wfffi"*'

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