The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1892 · Page 7
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 23, 1892
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REPUBLICAN, AL<30NA,JQWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1892 ^MMaMai^tt^nBafai—•__--^_^. .._....=_._„ _;„_ ^_ .,_^:_ -^ii,a— * .'••-... v ) _>V^» Burt Republican. BURT, IOWA, MARCH 28, 1892. A. C. O/vDY. Blditor, Joseph Markel has sold his stock and tools to Chns. Phelps. S. Nicholson has been rather under the weather for a few days. J. W. Lindscy started hauling inilk for the Sod Town patrons, last Monday. Mrs. Allen has been quieto sick for a number of days but is much better now. Buell & Nicholson's store looks quito foxy with its newly painted shelves and counters. Mark Btoddurd has had the measles, and a pretty spotted chap lie was, but with good nursing lie is coming out all right. B. V. Daniels took a trip to the Capital the latter part of last week, and purchased a stock of harness goods. He will be ready to open the shop in a few days. Mrs. Lem Slockwcll is enjoying a visit from her mother. Mrs. Robbinsof Concord, Ilhncock county. She will prob- v, ably remian with her during the summer. ,' Miss Josie Johnson of Algona was up >fl ) to attend the closing exercises of her ' J sister's school in the Warner district. Mary has taught there nine months with only one week's vacation. We arc tolci;that Wallace Lindsay has returned from Iowa City. He was totally blind when he went there for treatment, but came home alone, and can sec quite well, and is getting along nicely. Master Dennis Goeders and his sister came up from Algona Saturday evening to see their papa's new store in Burt. They went back with Prank Bcstcnlchncr who went home to spend Sunday. Russell Cook and wife have been with Mrs. Carlton, near Whittemore, for the past two weeks. Mrs. Carltcn had a cancer removed while they were there. Drs. Pride and Davis performed the operation. Willie Wunn, the young man that fell out of Marble's hay baru some time ago, is but little better. He was in town Friday to see Dr. Beane. The Dr. thinks he will get along all right but can tell better in a couple of weeks. Robert Wilson came home Friday evening for a visit at the old hearthstone, llodert is a graduate of the dental depart ment of the Olwein University. He is going into business for himself, and we hope he may decide on stopping in Burt. The Farmers Elevator Co. have elected their officers and directors and instructed them to procure the material and build or buy out S. J. .O'Neill & Ker's elevator. Dr. Bowan, President; Milo Mann, Vice President; Thos. Hanua, Treasurer; Mr. Moore, Secretary; Geo. Patterson and Will Knoll, Directors. We had quite an exciting runaway last Friday evening. Frank Raney's horses became unmanageable and ran from Wm. Pecks barn eastward struck another wagon in the street and broke an axle, from that they ran into the front of the furniture store and broke out two of the large lights of glass and smashed up things generally, but Frank stuck to them till other men came to his rescue and caught the horses and stopped them. This may certify that I have been a practicing physician for forty five years, and have made use of various cough 'remedies with as good success as physicians in general. But in all my practice I have not found a cough cure so effective as Closson's Cough Cure, manufactured by W. E. Closson at Independence, Iowa. Dn. P. TABOH, Independence, Iowa. Humane Society'H Work. In all. large cities are branches of the Humane Society founded by Berg. A horse is discovered badly galled, or is cut or injured, at once a society member commands its rest and the immediate application of Haller's Barb Wire Liniment, which exparience'hat shown is the best remedy made . For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheotz. A, A, Beane, A, M,, M, D, Office and residence one door west of POST OFFICE. NOTICE. As L have sold my shoe repair business and urn going away, I would kindly ask all who are indebted to me for work, to settle at once. I will be found at G. B. Whitnncy's. Please oblige. Joseph Market. J. B. CORK, Real Estate Agt. BURT. IOWA. Good'farms for sale. THE COUNTY Reported by Special Correspondents. TUB UKI-UBLICAN publtslies nioro outside news from HIP, country and surrounding towns than all the six other papers published in Kos- sutli county coinlilnecl. *or the Mancroft NEWS see page 3. lo COHHRSPOMDKHTS :—All'cojrespondence for the KEPUHMOAN should reach tills office _„ __._,. -ij *• n*i,yiii >7iivsuiii • nn\- «<V »ter than Tuesday evening, this in mind. Please bear A Splendid Line of CKESCO CIIKSCO. March 22.— Mr. fid. Campbell, of McIIenry county, 111., a son-in-law of J. 11. Button, has bought a Kossuth county farm and will move his family here this week. He bought Captain Dodge's place and paid $30 an acre. You are welcome here. Mr. and Mrs. Ayers have been enjoying a visit from their son, Mr. Clark Ayers, of Esthcrvillc. Mr. J. W. Curtis returned from his work in Rolt'e, Pocahontas county, last Wednesday. Everybody i s cordially invited. Proceeds to be applied towards painting the church. Mrs. Harris, the lady that lectured here last week on Temperance, wil another lecture in the Bap deliver Just received, U be sold cheap, ar.d trimmed ready for use. Don't forget to examine our "Plunder Counter' it will pay you.' NICHOLSON <fe BUELL. NEW LINE —OF— -AT— FURNITURE STORE. WaI8 Paper Trimmed. Geo, E. Marble Still Sells that 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 arc 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--wc have 100 beautiful pictures for them. I'OltTJ.AM). Ladie's Mite Society meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Fox. Miss Myra Chipman will teach the Stone school this summer. Buffalo Fork now has a blacksmith who is prepared to do all kinds of job work. Mr. Adams, of Des Moincs, is now butter maker at the Buffalo Fork creamery, Milo Elwell and Henry Gray recently sunk a flowing well for Mr. lleifner, of Winnebago Co. Peter Govern is building & house on his farm formerly known as the Hatch and Stephen's place. FKNTOX. H. F. Dreycr is on the sick list. Mrs. Tibbits is able to be out again. Mrs Wm. Dehnard has been quite sick but is able to sit up again. The creamery directors held their monthly meeting yesterday. A H\irprise party was given Wm. Deh- nard last Monday evening. Earnest Phoenix came over from Ein- mctsburg last week to see his best girl. Paul Moore returned last Monday from Gushing, Iowa, where he has been visiting his sister. John Ilaasa mistook a bottle of carbolic acid for his cough medicine and got a good mouth full before lie aware of the mistake. No harm done except a sore mouth. , — — -v»vui«»\^ »ti I* iiu jLinij list church next Wednesday evening. All that had the pleasure of hearing her speak before will doubtless be glad of nnothei opportunity of listening to her. The fanner's co-operative creamery at this place burned to the ground Saturday night with nearly all it contained, except the ice and part of the coal, which were saved. It, is not known how the fire originated, us it, was we]I undcr hea(lway when discovered. The farmers will probably rebuild it at once, though the loss is quite a heavy one to them. It was partly covered by insurance. At eight o'clock p. m. on the 17th inst, a^pleusiinf, company of relatives and friends met, ,-t the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Newman, of Whittcmore, to witness the marriage of (heir daughter, Miss Zorn, to Mr. Geo. A. Hanna. llcv. V. 0. Thomas of this place officiated. Not often do we? witness a union with brighter hopes. Both of these young people are rich in that genuine worth of character that.nifike them of value to society and good cili/.ens wherever they may be. The bride is a member of the M. E. church of this place, and the groom is an estimable young man who has been a resident of Whittcmore for some time. The happy couple will make Wl.itiemore their home and will commence housekeeping the near future. in W. ECi.ossox:—Your Pain relief surpasses all pain remedies I have ever used E. Hos.s,' I'ro.s. IVople's National IIuiilc, tii ( |o !)1 .|i.l..)icf For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheet*. Russ7~~"~" " ---^— PHYSICIAN cfc SURGEON. Office, in Miller Bros. Drug Store. LEDYARI). - IOWA. dter Water I am prepared to put down wells in all parts of the country at the lowest pricey. Supply of water warranted. Cash or on time. H. O. WILSON, ___ Lttdyard, Iowa. " THE Elite Studio Is now cat Burt. Aristo Cabinets, $3.00 per dozen. Copying and enlarging a successful specialty. C. B. LONG, Photographer. What My Beau Says. • "That be was first attracted to me because my complexion was so clear and my breath so sweet and he found out i about my breath when— when— when he Ikissed me, and now girls I'll tell you how I made my complexion so clear; I took just three bottles of Mailer's Sarsaparilla & Burdock that's all." For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. JSxcluiive Agency For the "Custom House" and "Niinrod" brands of cigars. The best 5 cent goods on the market. (23tf) E. J. GILMORE. STOP I'XION. Mrs. J-.'seph Thompson is quite poorly. Will Harrison and wife entertained a few friends Friday evening. Burt Masten and family spent part of last week at G. L. Carroll's. Fred Wheeler is home from the Normal and will ,work ou the farm this summer. C. D. Ward is rebuilding his granary and corn crib recently demolished by the storm. Rob Hutchinson and family left for California Monday and to make that state their future home. N. H. Hare has bought himself a home near West Bend of Alex Younie, and will move there this fall. Miss Millie Taylor will teach the Scheuck school again, much to the delight of both parents and pupils. Mrs. Bolster has returned from Ban croft,where she has been for the past two weeks attending a sick grandson. C. B. Hoflu's assessor of Portland township has moved to his father's farm and will make Union his home for some time we hope. Lloyd SarcheU closed a very successsul term of school iu the J. N. Wheeler district Friday as a young teacher he is getting to the front. O. D Carpenters and Builders. LEDYARD, IOWA. Saiisfactiou guam nti-cd. Job work a specialty. Give us a trial. B u J.Johnson, TONSORiAL ARTIST. (At- C. A. Ordway's office.) Satisfaction guaranteed at customary prices. ard •TAS. Editor. Jl^^RoTiavvATirART^ris^r Oats 19 («> .21 Eggs 11 Cattle.. ..;....f 0.00 Wheat 71 FJax f .70 Corn.. Butter. Hogs.. Barley Hay... 18 <r<> 20 . .. 4.35 0.00 0. G. T. RESOLUTIONS. » tbc fact »™ i of mir , 1 ° rder lhflt a)1 "cense is- wiopg, because it makes the State a p*rfr ner in crime and because it is a failure of Wm. Leslie is building ;i 24x40 feet. S. Sturgeon h;is been in town the past fuw days. Proi'Maulor. oi'AJgoiia. was in town the other day. Frank Green bus been putting down i well for S. R-esor. C. Kelling is putting up a building on lis farm northwest of: town. C. II. Giles bus bought the lot where ,be school house now stands. Cal Wilson is building a house DJJ a forty bo lias recently bought just south )f town. Relatives of Mr. and :,lrs. A. E. Graves have been visiting Uiem the past week. J. F. Kendall bought the business lot west of the drug store of ,\l r . Jlavihuul the oilier day. Lovers of a good healtby laugh will lo well to be present at the lecture on riiursday evening. H. Wilson lias been building H baru uul nutting down a well ou his lot in the south part of town. issGriumis received a liemini'ton ype writer last week to be used hi the irmoi: ilendall&Graiinis. Mr. Drown and son Wallie. of A]-o- i, are in these parts, and are making preparations for business, by way of building-, etc. Resolved, That as a lodge of Good' Templars vye earnestly and emphatically, Priest and remonstrate against the p2- sage of the infamous Qatcli bill now under consideration at Des Moines.and b®it: or?n S fT d< T/ ' a ^ WC con(ie »™ luo treach- c y of bennlor Gatcli in violating t be . o fwlfi 8 ,° tilG Ced! } r Ka P lds P lalfo ™ *£ it farther WM d ^ Senalor ' ^ ct " Resolved, That a copy of these reaoJo. dons be furnished the local papers anrt ». copy sent to tl.u- legislature and a com* be spread on th c records. _ BY OJIDEU OF COM. " 0!l! llow '•'r^idluily'yellow and greasj" my face is getting." Say do you know this is all caused by a disordered liver, and that your skin can be changed from- a ilnrk greasy yellow to a transparent'- white by the use of Beggs' Blood Purifier and blood Mnker? Every bottle anleed by F. W. Diugley. The- man who~^irmrt~leT Hamiltoit. Kive a chance to figure his bill deserves to be earned out of town on a rail Mixed Paints. guarantec ft]1 thcir assortmt!nt of Stationery at. A full and complete stock of fresls clean drugs nt .Miller Bro's drug store Articles, AJbTims, and a general" line ot Dru ffs isls Sundries at Miller BraT.. A ull stock of HeaUy~~M^efl Paints, ', Oils, Varnish-® day First class accommodations for and week boarders, First class hotel for traveling custom F. THIMBLE, Proprietor. C. A. ORD'WAY Dealer in Coal and Hay, Illll —AT THE- BURT HOTEL! M. L. MAYHEW, Proprietor. Good Accommodations. Livery and Feed Stable in connection with hotel. days Mrs. Go to Graham & Elvidge for pumps. FOB One horse 8 years old, one Esterly binder, one harrow, one mower, one hay rake, ELMEB HODOSON. 26 GOING TO BUILD? If you are you ought to get Whitney'^ Prices on the HARDWARE. C. CHUBB, President! E, J. MURTAUCH, Cashier. THE BURT, IOWA We have just received A Large Stock of Pall and see tbeo* before * WHITTEMOBE. Mrs. J. 0. Rawson spent several lust week visiting at Algona with Dr. Pride. The "Song Circle" are working hard, and expect to gite a No. 1 concert in the near future. Miss May Hotelling left Friday morning for Mason City for a short visit with friends at that place. Misses Ethel Hatch and Anna Chris- cbilles spent Saturday and Sunday at Algona visiting friends. Mr. Fairhurn has built an addition to his house in town, and rented it to the harnessmaker and family. Chas. Wagner is building a neat little residence for Andrew Drews, which we understand he intends to occupy himself. Miss Minnie Newman came home from Ledyard last Wednesday, where she has been teaching, to be present at the marriage of her sister. The Farmer's Elevator Co. has been organized and the elevator is now an established fact and will be finished in time to handle this year's crop. T. A. Swanson has bought a lot in town and will build a residence thereon at once. Wm. Kortie will also erect a two- story building at once. AU ladies interested in organizing an M. E. Ladies' Aid Society are requested to meet with Mrs. V. C. Thoraas next Friday afternoon at 8 o'clock. Frank Thompson's colts caused, considerable excitement oo our streets Saturday by running away in an exceedingly lively manner. No serious damage done. Ledyard, Iowa. Wishes to say to the public that he will be prepared to do a large amount of and that he STOOKERS During the coming season, will buy CATTLE, FAT HOGS AND Are Your Wants Many and Varied? -CALL ON WE US & CO. -AT THE Farmer's Supply Store And Have All Your Wants Supplied. Yours in B., I. and Z. Rendall & J-airburn 1'uroighed the on W F. A. BRONSON Has a full stock of General Furniture and is now ready to accommodate tue people of «t Vicinity, £ is coming, hot weather is com- ug, and so are Hernia] 1 & Grannis csomiu-r t 0 the rescue with un abundant supply of siraw hats. Minnie Newman, of Whittemore. teacher in the Arnold district, was :ulled home last Wednesday, to be wesent at her sister's wedding. Mr. ilavilaml intends breaking this umrner by steam. He will i- un a breshing engine and gang plow: We ee no reason why this should not be a success. A-- W. Q"ist sold hj s lot east of lanner& McLamy the other day to Mr. Foster, of Elrnore, who contemplates building and putting in a stock "i general merchandise. The Weimerbank building is framed and work G;: the same is behity pushed I T vigorously. Carpenters Lee and Xed- L vose are doing the job. Business will be opened as soon as possible. Wallie Brown's pleasant face lias appeared in these parts again. lie will prove his muscle this summer, on the tarm recently bought by him and his lather, three miles northwest of town. L>o not fail to forget to stay at home on Ihursday evening, and do not fail to remember that Mrs. Harris speaks on that evening, and that you will be both interested and instructed by hearing her. Dan Smith, our assessor, has accomplished the rounds and the boys feel free to come up town again. Mr.Suiith we understand will try his fortune at farming this summer anil will work his father's farm about seven miles southeast of town. Dr. Buss, of Iowa Falls, brother of Mr. A. B. Buss, was in our town last week. We understand he is thinking seriously of locating here. This is a No. 1 place for a No. i doctor, and should Dr. Buss prove himself to be tbe latter, be will not regret that he accepted the former. Mrs. Anna Harris, of Sibley Grand Lodge of I. O. G. T., lecturer, will speak at this place Thursday evening ot this week, in, the interests of tbe temperance cause in all its phases loose who have heard Mrs. Harris, say that she is a very forcible and interesting speaker, Come one and all and hear Mrs. Harris. Best assured will be well repaid. Though somewhat late, we beg pardon to say a word about tbe Crazy Sociable held at the Trimble buildinc on tbe evening of the 15th inst. Supper was served in a style characteristic of tbe ladies of Ledyard, of which a majority of the people partook after Ilcndall & Grannis offer a handsome, halt morocco patent index Webster's- Dictionary to any person who will buv and pay for, either by cash or product" before May 1, §23 worth of goods. F1TZ & Estate, And — Iowa.. We carry a full stock of Millinery Goods, Hat Feathers, Ribbons, Laces, etc, We are ready to please the public, A. E. KEG-LET: Livery, —And— Feei Good Rigs at Reasonable Prices. F. S. Jenks, Iowa... GORDON BROS., —Dealers in— Funeral Supplies of Finest Quality. Wood, Cloth and Metallic Burial Cases. and Caskets. Household Goods^trock bottom prices* delivered free at Ledyard. Gordon's Furniture Store, ELMORE, - - MINNESOTA^ C.Dilai] you which a very touching and effectual (?) program was rendered and all went borne feeling that they bad bad an enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. pj te had quite an interesting adventure the other day They started out with a team and bugl gy, expecting the pleasure of a fine ride m the country. Their pleasure ended rather abruptly, however, when both Agency for the Celebrated McCormick Binders and Mowers,, •$3ffiJS!R3SSi8S$SFt aSK"*^^" "^ us. Mowers, Minnesota Chief Threshers, Bushford Wagons and Buggies, Best Gang and Sulky Disc Harrows, Smoothing JJarjovis), ForcelFeed and Bjoad CwtSeied«rV Panning Mills, Punjps, Land Boilers, in fact

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