THE HIvPUBLJCAN, ALGONA, IOWA, WKDNKSDAY, MAY 18, 18U2. Burt Republican BURT. IOWA, MAY 18. 1892. Elmer Hodgson's little child is quite eick. There is talk of another harness shop in Burt. Rev. Forsythe is is quite low with sciatic rheumatism. Mrs. H. McDonald was doing business in Algona Monday. Geo. Simpkins, of Algona, loaded two cars of fat cattle here Tuesday to ship to Chicago. The co-operative creamery shut down last week and will take no more milk until the roads get better. Mr. Richards ts tiliue the slough near his barn. This is a good thing for Burt, as it drains nearly the whole town. Mr. Groh, our rustling butcher, Is learning to smoke, and he says that the cigars smoke better with the little end cutoff. Eugene McDonald visited at home over Sunday. He was accompanied py Mr. Haskins, of Des Moines, a former classmate. Burt Good Templars are trying to get a special train put on for Friday evening, as a good many wish to attend the Gold Medal contest at Algona. Joe Elvidge reports the hog business in a flourishing condition. He bought 130 last Friday and he and Mr. McClellen took in over one hundred Monday. The school has increased in numbers until it is difficult to seat all, Mr. Sifert has been asking for more seats. The enrolment is larger than eyer before. Mr. Mayhew is building an addition to his hotel. He finds his new commodius house too small to accommodate his customers. A sidewalk is being laid from Mr. Buell's residence east. When this walk is completed with the one on Mr. Marble's side of the street the town will be well sidewalked. The I. 0. G. T. lodge at their last meeting elected Miss Agnes Stow and Mise Wolcottfor literary captains, and the following were installed in vacancies. Joe Elvidge, F. S., J. N. Easterly, Chap. Messrs. Wightman & Richards now occupy their new home purchased of S. J. O'Neill. We have not learned whether Mr. O'Neill intends starting in business again here or not, but we should be sorry to see him leave Burt. Rev. Chamberlain of Burt will take part in the program at the District Temperance Meeting at Algona Thursday and Friday. His subject is "Temperance in schools. He takes the place of Mrs. L. M. Horton of Algona. Grant Isenburger is erecting a building on a lot west of Stowe's blacksmith shop for the purpose of puttsngin a new meat •market. We are doubtful if Bart can support two meat markets, yet we welcome every new enterprise and wish Mr. Isenburger success. Ladies. Are you suffering from weakness? Is your complexion sallow? Do you have a cpnstant back-ache? Are constipated? Do you feel all tired out? If you have any of these feelings begin at once to use Dr. Bale's Household Tea. It will give you a clear complexion, will restore you to health and strength and will make you feel like a new person. Get it to-day at L. A. Sheetz drug store. Nearly every one needs a good spring medicine, and Hood's Sarsaparilla is un- doubtedely the best. Try it this season. It ever a man feels like "a poor worm of the dust," it is when he suffers from that tired feeling. Ayer's Sarsaparilla removes this discouraging physical condition and imparts the thrill of new life and energy to every nerve, tissue, muscle and fire of the whole body. 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 OQUNTY NEWS, Reported by Special Correspondents. THE REPUBLICAN 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 see page 3. To CORRESPONDENTS :—All correspondence for the REPUBLICAN should reach this office nor later than Tuesday evening. Please bear this In mind. Ledyard Times We are showing an Elegant Line of HS, AND WHITE DRESS GOODS. Also a choice assortment of Dress Trimmings, Plushes, Velvets, etc. Come and see them. Truly yours, NICHOLSON & BUELL. NEW LINE —OF— Wall - Paper AXTD CURTAINS -AT- W. M. OOOK'S FURNITURE STORE. Wall Paper Trimmed. Still at the Front! The Old Reliable General Store with Geo. E. Marble at the wheel. Let other places advertise their removal and war prices. Our customersr only laugh and realize that they have not yet reached the every-day low prices of the Old Reliable store at Burt. THE WESLEY. The ladies Aid Society will meet at Mrs. Frank Heals next Wednesday. The billiard hall has again changed hands, D. B. Bacon is now proprietor. C. E. Oleson is away visiting his parents at Ionia and his brother Oscar at Calmar. Mrs. M. E. Shaw came from Sioux Falls last week to make a long visit among her many relatives. G. M. Butts and John Keller returned Thursday from Council Bluffs. They were delegates to the Democratic State Convention. Mr. F. Hume, is having a big job of ditching done on his eighty. It looks as though he was having about a mile of tile put down. This has been a bad season for stock. Young colts and calves die and some times the older animals. A. J. Sprague lost a valuable mare last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Frink have returned from their wedding journey and are at present domiciled at Mr. G. W. Eddy's. It is rumored that they will try housekeeping in the near future. Some of our citieens seem to be aspiring to the honors of the turf by and by. The owners of the fast stock, which is to bring glory to their masters and to Wesley, are E. E. Waite, Chas. Corey, E. B. Bacon and F. A. Corey. Mrs, G, W. Eddy visited Algona last week and attended the World's Fair and Minneapolis Convention held at the Congregational church. She was so well pleased and gave so glowing an account of the entertainment it made us all wish we had been there to see. E. B. McCleary living northwest of Wesley died last Friday morning. He was an unmarried man and without friends in this part of the country. We understand that he was buried Saturday nnder the directions of the G. A. R. Wesley is to vote May 28th for her first mayor and other officers. We hope a wise choice will be made. Why not look about for some old citizen to honor with themayorality? It seems but fair that one of the men who have seen the place grow from a naked prairie to an incorporated town should fill the position. We should like to see M. Taylor elected if his health would permit. 8IDWELL * ELLSWORTH, Manufacturers and Dealers in Harness & Saddlery, Whips, Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Etc. .TAS. Editor. LEDYARD, IOWA, MAY 18, 1892. Oats 20 @ .21 Corn 00 Eggs 11 Butter 16@.18 Cattle.. ..... $0.00 Hogs ...0.00 Wheat 67 Barley ... .18@.20 Flax $ .77 Hay 0.00 QR. RUSS, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office in Miller Bros. Drug Store. LEDYARD, ... IOWA, LEDYARD IOWA. MRS. E. McLAURY, Restaurant. Warm Meals at all hours. Cigars. Confectionery and Ledyard, Iowa. WM. LESLIE, Real Estate and Insurance, tedyard, Iowa. I am prepared to make Farm Loans at lowest rates. Gastleman & Deane, Buildings and Cabinet Work done neatly and promptly. Plans and Specifications furnished upon application. Estimates made. Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop on Edmund St. Elite Studio Is now at Burt. Aristo Cabinets, $3.00 per dozen. Copying and enlarging a successful specialty. C. B. LONG, Photographer. AI/tlM AND AMONIA IN OUR BREAD. STOP -AT THE- ^ BURT HOTEL! M. L. HAYHEW, Proprietor. Good Accommodations. Livery and Feed Stable in connection with hotel. I'lso'ti Hemody for Catarrh la the Utat, Easiest to Use, aud Cheapest. CATARRH Sold by druggist* or sent by mall, to. B. <E. UowjiUne, Warren, Pa. fillitinaii, Ricliait & Co,, Successors to O'Neill & Ken 1 . Call and get our figures on— Lumber, Lath, Cement, Stucco, Lime, Paints, Oils, Etc., Farm Machinery, Wagons and Buggies. Lumber Bills figured and Estimates cheerfully given. The highest market price paid for grain. Call and see us, wfi can save you money. BURT, - IOWA. DANIELS & PHELPS, HARNESS m SHOE REPAIR SHOP It will pay you to call and order a new Harness if you need anything in that line. BU11T, .... IOWA. C. C, CHUBB, President! E. J. MURTAGH, Cashier. THE DEAFNESS, ITS CAUSES AND CURE, Scientifically treated by au uurist of worldwide reputation. Deafness eradicated aud entirely cured, of from 20 to 30 years'standing, after all other treatments have failed. How tlie difficulty is reached and the cause removed fully explained iu circulars, with affidavits and testimonials of cures from pmmiueut people, mailed free. UK.A.FONTAINE, Tacoma,NYash. IOWA, BURT, General Banking, GOING TO BUILD? If you are you ought to get Whitney's Prices on the HARDWARE. Shall We Drive Blow Poison from our Breakfast Table. A nuisance that troubled England fifty years ago is now rapidly spreading in this country, that is,putting alum in the bread we eat. This question is causing a great deal of discussion at the present moment, and it is revealed that alum is being used as a substitute for cream of tartar in baking powders. A story is told that a very large percentage of the baking powders sold on the market contain either alum or ammonia and many of them contain both these pernicious drugs. Much timely alarm is felt at the wholesale use of alum in bread, biscuit and pastry. To young children, growing girls, persons of weakly frame, alum bread eaten morning, noon and evening is the most harmful. It is the small quantities taken at every meal that do the mischief. Alum is cheap, costing but two or three cents a pound, while cream of tartar costs 30c, and the high price of cream of tartar has led cheap baking powder to be made of alum. If the reader wants to know something of the corrosive qualities of alum let him touch a piece to his tongue then reflect how it acts on the tender, delicate coats of the stomach. The Scientific American published iu a recent number a list of alum and ammonia baking powders, which is of great value atthis ime. Following is a condensed list compiled from official reports. Powders marked with a .star seem to havu a general sale, as they are mentioned in at least two of the official reports: * : ATLAN r nC& PACIFIC. *ROYAL. CROWN. SILVER STAR. *DAVIS 0. K. ^SNOWDRIFT. GEM. STAR. *KENTON. STANDARD. There are, ia addition to the foregoing list from the Scientific American, a number of such powders sold in the eastern stores Following is a list of the most prominent: ANUKEWS' PEAKL. - Contains Ammonia. (O, E. Andrews & Co., Milwaukee.) A.OJIE - - Contains Ammonia. ' (Thus. Wood & Co., Phil.) BON BOX ..- Contains Alum. (J. 0. Grant Baking Powder Oo.,CUicago.) OALUMBT, - - Contains Alum. (Calumet Baking Powder Co.. Chicago.) . CLIMAX - - Contains Ammonia. (Climax Baking Powder Co., lucl.) FOREST CITY - Contains Ammonia Alum. (Vowie Bros, Cleveland.) HOTEL, - - Contains Ammonia Alum. (J. C. Grant Baking Powder Co., Chicago.) HERCULES, - - Contains Ammonia. (Hercules Bak Powder Oo,,San Francisco.) ONE SPOON, TAYLOR'S. Ammonia Alum. (Taylor Mfg Co., St. Louis. RISING 8.UN, - - Contains Ammonia, (Phoenix Cliem, Works, Chicago.) ROYAL, - - Contains Ammonia. (Royal Baking Powder Co., New York.) F, M. Trimble DEALER IN FURNITURE Pieties nil FMBS Burial - Caskets. ^"Undertaking a Specialty. Ledyard, Iowa. W. 0. Deane is out OH the streets again. Frank Finchs' house rejoices in a new coat of paint. Rendall & Grannis have just received a full line of spring hats. Ah! methinks I smell wedding cake not afar off.—Burt Republican. Yes, Burt contemporary, methinks I smell it to, very nigh at hand. Wanted—someone to pull the cart out of the mud while we keep from swearing. We hope to be able next week to give a full account of the bazaar at the Foster building May 17th. Frank Miller is away on a visit at Iowa City. C. I. Miller has charge of his business here during his absence. F. Jenks has been building a sidewalk from his boarding house to the railroad track. Let the good work go on. Mrs. J. F. Rendall returned on Saturday from Mankate, whore she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Grannis. Richard Tanner is hauling seed flax for Grannis & Palmer. Expect he will have some interesting experiences to relate. Styles for campaign hats are displayed at Rendall & Grannis'. How's your politics? will soon be the question of the hour. A number of the boys were in from Pleasant Hill last Saturday. They report the breaking nearly all done and considerable flax sown. The Howard (S. D.) Democrat, puts the formula thusly: "More rain more corn, more corn more whiskey, more whiskey more democrats.—Elmore Eye. Howard Scoville moved up from Elmore the last of the week. We are glad to welcome them to our town, and hope their stay will be long and pleasant. Fred Calkins, we understand, is about to leave the lumber business for a traveling job with a mill company selling flour. We regret to have Fred leave Ledyard. J. B. Streater of Bancroft takes charge of the yard for the present. For Sale by Kendall & Grannis. F. A. BBONSON Has a full stock of General Furniture and is now ready to accommodate the paople of Ledyard and Vicinity. Call on Mrs. C. A. Ordway v over Ordway's agricultur- implement store. B. J. JOHNSON, Tonsorial Artist, Ledyard, Iowa. Cigars For Sale. Teacher: How many bones have you in your body, Jimmy?—Jimmy. Two hundred and nine.—Teacher: But the other pupils have not so many.—Jimmy: Well, they ain't had fish for dinner., like me. LADY'S HOSIERY AT COMMISSION PRICE. Ladies, do you realize that when you buy of the retailer, you are paying three unnecessary profits? The manufacturer sells to the commission house, the latter to the jobber, and the jobber in turn sells to the retail merchant. You must pay the manufacturer a profit first, and then pay eacii of the subsequent handlers a profit, not infrequently paying two profits to the retailer. The Manufacturers' Commission Co. Is a responsible syndicate which sells direct to the consumer. By investing in manufacturers' samples,odds and ends, job-lots, and the stocks of insolvent manufacturers, in connection wich our regular commission holdings, we are able to sell to the consumer direct at the commission price, which is but one remove from the manufacturer's. While this company handles all kinds of la- die's furnishings, we are making a special drive on our hosiery, merely to introduce our name in your territory and establish a reputation for giving values never before offered, so that you will be fully prepared for our later announcement of our entire lines. Head the following offers: Ladies'full length, fashioned, fast black hose. superfine gauge, (retailing everywhere at 25to 35 cents per pair) we will sell at ice, or one- half dozen at Otic. Ladies' extra length, full regular made, fast black and seamless hose, very finest gauge, retailing everywhere at soc up) we will sell at 23c, or one-half dozen for Si.38. We pay extra express charges, and agree unconditionally to refund money if hosiery is not the values and qualities,described, lie sure and send the size wanted, and remember that as we pay express we cannot afford to send less than one-half dozen. Orders must be accompanied by cash, in either money order, postal note, stamps or registered letter, addressed to the, Manufacturer's Commission Co , ±U Firth Avenue. 31-38 Chicago, 111. CHEAP FARMS IN South. Dakota. Rich soil, large crops, fine climate. Farms were bought last year and paid for with one crop. These lands are located in the great ARTESIAN BASIN and in the JAMES RIVER VALLEY. The •wheat crop of 1891 averaged 20 bushels, and the prospects are better now than they were a year ago. Sanborn county is one of the best in the State for Wheat, Oats, Corn, Grass and General Farming. Selling rapidly. Prices advancing. Now is the time. Send for circular to 30-41 H. E. MAYHEW, Letcher^S.D. E. O. FITZ, Real Estate, Loans —And— INSURANCE. Ledyard, - - - - Iowa. Having Opened a Hardware Store, —AND - DITATl'1 TTACE CKEAM. The leading Pavi- rllUU a sian cosmetique. Absolutely harmless and a perfect face beautifler. A flrst-ciass medicant, On sale with leading druggists, 33-44 A Tinshop,*- I respectfully ask a share of the patronage of the people of Ledyard and vicinity. Personal attention given to sheet metal work and satisfaction guaranteed. Yours for Trade, E. J. SKINNER. Ledyard Livery, Feed -And- PATENT t. Dowo'9 HBAUTH rBraia-T The best spring medicine is a dose or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They not only physic but cleanse the whole system aud purify the blood. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Maple Sugar at LANGDON & HUDSON. If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your blood is thick and sluggish; if your appetite is capricious aud uncertain, you need a Sarsaparilla. For best results take DeWitt's. For sale by F. W. Dingley. German Baptist Conftjveuee. Excursion tickets can be sold to the conference of Q*n»s$ Baptist Bretheru to be b«!4 %t Cedw Wtitifo in J«»e 8rd to BSOLUTELY FREE. The publishers of the Family Journal are determined to largely increase the circulation of their paper. To do this we make the following unparalleled offer : We will send absolutely free, postage prepaid, the celebrated EHMTT V f fiftY HA(W to each person sending f AflllLI UJUA.-DUUIV U8 25e for a six-months subscription to the FAMILY JOURNAL. This cook book is sent to eaeh six-mouths subscriber, and will be found an almost invaluable culinary guide in the hands of the most experienced housekeeper, as well as a necessity to the inexperienced. It possesses the one great advantage over all other cook books published by being a comprehensive compilation of economical recipes suited to housewives with limited means. Under other heads recipes for numerous table luxuries are given. In fact this cook book is a compendium of useful recipes used aud originated by the most celebrated chefs, cooks and pastry bakers of the present day. With the Family Cook Book as a guide, no housewife need worry how to prepare tins most sumptuous or most frugal repast. Ke- meiuber we send this book absolutely free to every six-months' subscriber to the Family Journal. This is no cheap book. It retails as high as $2 aud is worth many times more. THE FAMILY JOURNAL LA "ffl* paper, handsomely illustrated, and containing in connection with charming stories and choice literature, such special features as "household hints," "The Fashions," The Household Toe- tor," and numerous other departments of domestic interest,each ably edited by well-known writers on the various topics mentioned. Six- months subscription is only 25c and entitles the sender to a single copy of the Cook Book. Send 25c iu postal note or stamps to THE FAMILY JOUKNAX CO., 33-40 89 Plymouth Place, Chicago. SALE STABLE. Good Rigs at Reasonable Prices. F. S. Jenks, Ledyard, Iowa. Milan Agency for the Celebrated McCormiek Binders and Mowers, ter h, RILEY & YOUNG'S Combination SLAT and WIRE FENCE. It is a fence for open countries, for it cannot be blown down. It is the fence for low lands, for it cannot be wasUed away. It destroys no ground whatever, and if beauty be considered au advantage, it is the neatest and handsomest farm fence In the world. Iu short, it combines the good qualities of all fences iu au eminent degree, and as soon as introduced will become the popular fence of the country. It is beautiful and durable. It is strong aud will increase the price of your farm far more than any other fence. It will last much longer than any other fence. It is a great addition, occupies less ground, excludes less sunshine, h»s no superior as af,o»ee. It is stronger than any other fence JWKI will turn any stock BO matter how breaeUy. It Is plainly visible jbgd is notdaa- Kerous to stock like barb wire. The best horse ence Jo tfil'TOna. it will woieet aU cro ' chicken toawiWox. JOHN SHARP, Skonubr. Boots and shoes made to order. Repairing a specialty. A large stock of ladies aud men's slippers and warm shoes just received- A gent tor Sharp's Eureka Leather Preserva- Mowers, Minnesota OJiief Threshers, Bushford Wagons and Buggies, Best Gang and Sulky J?3 Disc Harrows, BmqothingJHwWil, Force'.Feed and Br-oad Cast See4s»), Fanning Mills, Pumps, Land Boilers, And in fact everything kept iSk» First-Class Implement ^ouae.' K *-*'
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