The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1892 · Page 7
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THE REPUBLICAN, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1892. Burt Republican. A. C. CA.r>Y,» Editor, BURT. IOWA, APRIL 0. 1802. Ben Mayhow was homo a few days last week. Fred Payne was up-to Burt one day last week. Fred Dchncrt is quite sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Bert Hallook and daughter are up from Aig6lja visiting this week. Will McDonald Is back from Des Moines whore.he has been attending school. Ye scribe went hunting and consequently the local column will bo short this week. Art. Bilsborough and M. Ferris put down new sidewalk on their lots last •week. That's right. Hope there will be some more people doing right this spring. Our bank cashier, Mr. Murtagh, thought ho would take a ride out into the country the other day, so he hfred a team and buggy at the livery and lit out, but before he got back he found out that the roads were muddy. I have quit the store of John Goeders and am going to work at the carpenter's trade this summer. All who arc going to build will please bear this in mind and give me a call. Work done either by the day or contract. A. C. BADY, Burt, la. Mrs. Languish. "Tired! Oh, so tired all the time!" Mrs. Smart. "Well, so I used to be until I began to take Aycr's Sarsaparilla as a spring medicine, and now I don't know what it is to have that tired feeling. Try it, my dear; only be suro you get Ayer's." "Oh, papa let rne kiss you right that dear little bald spot." "Whose bill is it, and how much?" A, A, Beane, A, M,, M. D. Office and residence one door west of POST OFFICE. J. B. CORK, Real Estate Agt. BURT, IOWA. Good farms for sale. THE COUNTY NEWS. Reported by Special Correspondents. THK UEPUBUCAN publishes more outside news from the country and surrounding towns than all the six other papers published In Kos- siith county combined. For the Bancroft NKWS sec page 3. TOCOKUESPONDKNTH :-AH correspondence for the KKPWJIUOAN should reach this office nor later than Tuesday evening. Please bear this In mind. If BO, and we presume you do, call and see us. We have Shoes for the Babies, Shoes for the Misses, Shoes for the Boys, Shoes for the Ladies, Shoes for the Men, In all sizes and styles, and at prices we know will please. NICHOLSON & BUELL. on NEW LINE -OF- \ How to bo lieautiful. The most necessary requirement of beauty in women is a lovely complexion. Rozodoro, the Peerless Complexion .Beautifler, removes all redness of the skin leaving it a clear, delicate white, that has nothing of the paint or powder appearance. Rozodoro is harmless as water: removes Freckles, Tan, Sunburn Pimples, Blackheads, Livcrspots, etc. Price 75 cents. Try a bottle. Sent free on receipt of price, plainly wrapped so it cannot be told. Address, The Rozodoro Co., South Bend, Ind. Agents wanted. Exclusive Agency For the "Custom House" and "Nirnrod" brands of cigars. The best 5 cent goods on the market. '"(23tf) E. J. GILMOBE. PUMPS. Go to Graham & Elvidge for pumps. li'OB SALE. One horse 8 years old, one Esterly binder, one harrow, one mower, one hay I rake. ELMER HODGSON. [26 All persons^owing J. A. Hamilton must [settle at once as there is a new member to Ibe initiated into the firm. 23tf -AT— W. M. COOK'S FURNITURE STORE. Wall Paper Trimmed. WHITTEMOUK. Miss Birdie Hoielling commenced a term of school in the Shumakcr district Monday. Mr. and Mrs N. L. Cotton spent Sunday in the country with Mr. Cotton's parents. Our city Marshall holds his head higher and laughs louder than ever these days nil because a small boy came to his home to stay last Sunday. Rev. V. C. Thomas has organized a childrens prayer meeting and will be glad to meet all the children at the church Tuesday evenings. Mrs. Frombach died]Friday after a long and painful illness she was buried Sunday. The family have the sympathy of the entire community. It is high time the village authorities were after the bootleggers as no less than three of the latter institutions are holding forth in our town. A wee son came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Williams on Tuesday morning. The town is hardly large enough to hold Bert now. The Song Circle Concert last Wednesday evening passed off quite pleasantly, receipts of the evening eleven dollars and twenty cents which paid expenses and made two monthly payments on the organ. The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs. J. DeGraw next Thursday afternoon this society will also have a basket social at the Baptist church Wednesday evening. Every lady is requested to bring a basket containing supper for two. Every one is cordially invited. The town schools closed last Friday tot a two week's vacation. Prof. Sorensen will visit Ames while he is resting. Miss Pettibone goes to her home In Algona. with the intention of giving her mother a resting and visiting vacation. Mrs. Colby will remain quietly at home. "Beauty" may bo "enly skin deep;" but the secret of a beautiful skin is pure blood. Those coarse, rough, pimply complexions may, in most cases, be rendered soft, smooth, and fair by the per. severing and systematic use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A clergman one hot Sunday, observing a deacon asleep in church, called out: "Brother Austin, please open the window a little. Physicans say it is unhealthy to sleep in a hot room. Ledyard Times ,TAS. Editor. LEDYARD, IOWA, APRIL C, 1892. Oats 19 <a .21 Eggs 11 Cattle $0.00 Wheat... 65 Flax $ .77 Corn 00 Butter 18 Hogs 0.00 Barley ... .18@.20 Hay 0.00 Geo. E. Marble Still Sells The best goods _ At the lowest prices. When we get into our new store, that 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. GOING TO BUILD? If you are you ought to get Whitney's Prices on the HARDWARE. THE Elite Studio Is now at Burt. Aristo Cabinets, $3.00 per dozen. Copying and enlarging a successful specialty. C. B. LONG, Photographer. DANIELS & PHELPS, HARNESS AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP It will pay you to call and order a new Harness if you need anything in that line. BURT, - - - - IOWA. STOP —AT THE- BURT HOTEL! M. L. MAYHEW, Proprietor. Good Accommodations. Livery and Feed Stable in connection with hotel. Just Returned Chicago -WITH A LARGE STOCK OF- New Spring and Summer Goods. As I am buying for Two Stores it enables us to buy the goods at BED ROCK PRICES which enables us to give our customers good bargains in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Groceries, And in fact in every line we handle. We invite the people of Burt and vicinity, to call i» ajn4 see our l<arge Stock of New Goods, Yours Truly, WESLEY. B. F. Reed, Co. Supt. visited our schools Thursday. C. L. Livermore is already occupying his new house. S. E. Grove returned Wednesday from a trip to Milwaukee. Miss Kittle Bacon who taught near Sheldon has also returned. Miss Bacon of Algona is visiting her cousin Miss Kittie Bacon. Miss Josie Pettibone of Algoua visited her sister Jennie last week. The Wesley Reporter in its new and enlarged form is very atractive. L. R. Hiltz has sold his team to L. V. Hill who will use it as a breaking team. Mrs. C. Daggett is able to be out again after being confined to the house all winter. H. C. Holleubeck in pursuance of his duties as supervisor visited Burt last Monday. Dr. Barr was called to Wesley Thursday, to see Mr. Gray, father of the Gray Bros., who is quite ill. Ward & Giddings have been making some improvements in the meat market of late especially the ice room. Miss Ada Hollenbeck is at home again after teaching a successful term of school in the northern part of the county. Mrs. Harris lectured on temperance at the M. E. church Friday evening. Owing to bad weather the attendance was slim. Miss Millie Shaw closed a four months term of school in the Lamereux district last Friday. She will attend school next term. Richard Gray of'the firm of Gray Bros, has been for some time in Dakota transacting business for the firm. He returned Monday. Tho result of the vote on incorporation last Saturday was decidedly in favor of incorporating there being only seven votes against it to 76 for it. Liona Hopkins closed her school in the Chandler Ward district a week ago and will commence her summer school in the Zumsteg district next Monday. Quarterly meeting will be held at the M. E. church next Tuesday evening. It is expected that Elder Black will be in attendance and deliver the sermon. Wm. Ward of Garner visited bis relatives in this place last Wednesday. It seems very natural and home like to see Mr. Ward on the streets again. April was ushered in with a thunder storm and it has rained more or less ever since. We would like to see more of April's smiles and less of her tears. Miss Edith Chapin who has been a faithful pupil in the town school during the autumn and winter wiU commence teaching next Monday in the Elwell district. C. B. Long and Chas. Shaffer of Burt are about to make Wesley a prolonged visit with a photograph car. They will undoubtedly be well patronized if their work is satisfactory. Irvin Waite has bought lots north of the track where be will build a large barn and continue the hay business that he has carried on so successfully in connect* ion with his farm for several years past. Henry Smith returned Thursday from his visit to Illinois. Mr. Smith has been absent a long time looking for $ new location. It is understood that he will maka hia future home in Illipoi* Mid will very wm remove *itb hjs tw&j ^ ^ %t Indian War News. One of the most potent factors in causing the close of the Sioux War was the promise of the government to make suitable provision for the maintenance of the Indians, and in the agreement finally signed Young-Man Afraid of His-Horses especially stipulated that a full supply of Bailor's Barb Wire Liniment be provided, as it was the most wonderful remedy they had ever used on their horses. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Should Paderewski play Tdhaikowski, 'Twould make me feel so friski I'd have to leave the operhouski And take a nip of whiski. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put to -gether, and until the last few years "was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctor pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ef the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. QR. RUSS, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Office in Miller Bros. Drug Store. LEDYARD, - - - IOWA. A woman might a secret keep. And safe forever look it, If she would only think to put Tl.»o secret in her pocket. Kev. C. F. ISrookR says that his little girl is troubled with malaria very severely, and that since he gave her Sulphur Bitters, he never thinks of leaving New York for his summer resort without a few bottles, for they always ^ure his family, and are far superior to quinine. Keep an Eye Out, and You'll See! C. C. CHUBB, President. E. J. MURTAGH, Cashier. THE BURT, IOWA General Bankrn Notice. We have moved to our new rooms east of Grave's Implement House, where we are ready to serve our patrons as usual. Give us a call. B. J. JOHNSON, Tousorial Artist. James Wood's father has been visiting him the past few days. Frank Hei/er returned a few days ago with seven head of horses. F. M. Trimble has put in a stock at his new furniture building. E. J. Skinner has his stock of goods on hand and is ready for business. A brother of Ed Jackson is one of the new faces to be seen in Ledyard nowadays. Cal Wilson's family have arrived and they arc now settled in their new home Mrs. Wilson's sister Miss Wood is stopping with them. W. C. Stanton & Co. are putting in a lumber yard at this place, and their agent, Mr. Fitzpatrick, is on the ground ready for business. This country is becoming notorious for wind storms. The wind was so strong on Friday last as to move Howard Scoville's new barn off the foundation. Miss Gertie Kegley, sister of Mrs. F. M. Trimble, and Miss A. E. Kegley has come te Ledyard with the intestion we understand of making it her permanent home. F. M. Trimble has his furniture store about completed and is getting on new furniture. He will carry a full line of furniture and funeral supplies. Look for his new ad. in this issue. The Kegley sisters have permanently located in Ledyard and are now ready to accommodate the public in all lines of millinery goods and dressmaking. This is what Ledyard has long needed. Dr. McCurdy of Madelia was looking over our town the other day being in search of a good location for the practice of medicine. He spoke well of our town but finding we were supplied with a good doctor he decided to locate elsewhere. The quarter-cent swindle was perpetrated on all fools day by some of the over-sharp kids, the TIMES editor and Mr. Neister being among the victims. Joe Jenks carried off boodle enough to inuke him happy the whole month. J. R. Sterling of Webster City Iowa, was with us last week working the town over for the purpose of organizing a local branch of the Iowa Savings & Loan Association. We believe he met with fair success. People wink suspicious like when they see a young man like Dr.n Dobson building a dwelling house. Perhaps Dan's periodical visits to Blue Earth City may help to explain the matter until further developments. Prof. Sifertmade Ledyard a pleasant call last Saturday. The Prof, is engaged in his favorite occupation of teaching at Burt. He seems to like his new field of labor first-rate but thinks Ledyard is about right after all. A new barber shop sprung up the other day on the lot belonging to Ole Bugton between Skinner & Son's store and the Graham & Graves building. Castleman & Deane commenced the building at 7 o'clock one morning and before six in the evening Barber Johnson had taken possession. That is the way we build in this man's town. Mrs. J. F. Rendall and daughter Minnie have both been seriously ill for the past ten or twelve days. They have been under care of Dr. Russ. Dr. Andrews of Mankato being called on Wednesday for counsel. This is the first case that Dr. Russ has had charge of and he is to be commended for faithfulness and] efficiency. Miss Minnie has been very sick indeed, and at times her life has been almost despaired off, but through the untiring efforts of her doctor and the many friends of the town who have been always ready for any service they could afford it is hoped that she will recover. 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 & Grannis. F. A. BRONSON Has a full stock of General and is now ready to accommodate the poople ol' Ledyard and Yicinity. Call on Mrs. C. A. Orel way, over Ordway's agricultur- implement store. FITZ & LONG Real Estate, Loans —And— INSURANCE. Ledyard, - Iowa. Having Opened a H ard ware!Store, —AND - Tinshop,-**- I respectfully ask a share of the patron| age of the people of Ledyard and vicinity. Personal attention given to sheet .metal I work and satisfaction guaranteed. Yours for Trade, E. J. SKINNER. Ledyard Livery, F« -And- SALE STABLE. Good Rigs at Reasonable Ledyard, F. S. Jenks, W. O. DEANE & SON, Carpenters and Builders, LEDYARD, IpWA. Satisfaction guaranteed. Job work a specialty. Give us a trial. Agency for the pelebratea If you do not want gray hairs, use Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer. F. M. Trimble -DEALER IN- Wanted—A girl, competent to do general housework. Apply to Mrs. F. O. Quist, 2 miles west of Ledyard. FURNITURE Burial -. FT! Caskets. Specialty. low*. Water ! Water! I am prepared to put down wells in all parts of the country at the lowest prices. Supply of water warranted. Casn or on time. R O. WILSON, Ledyard, Iowa. Binders and Mowers, Eg. C* A. ORDWAY Dealer in Coal and Hay, Ledyard, Iowa. iebtes to eaj to Ibe public that fee will be prepared ty do a large amount of Mowers, Minnesota QM$f Threshers, Rushfojd Wagons and Biggies, Best Gaig and Sulky Flowe, Disc Harrows, Smoothing .Harrows, Force' Feet M Broad Cast Seeders, During and tfeat fe§ Fanning Land Rol And in fa Fkst- , Pumps, : everything kept in a jtSoufte-

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