The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1891 · Page 5
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fiJU?Tt8t CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. Ed, Republican: The thirtieth antii* irersaty services of the Baptist church were attended by large congregations, morning) afternoon and evening of last Sunday. The beautiful floral decorations added much to the attractiveness of the house of worship, The occasion, like that of two years ago, was one long to be remembered. The sermon in the morning was delivered by the pastor on a theme suited to the occasion, Rev. W. L. Wolfe assisting. In the afternoon a very enjoyable service consisted in the calling of the roll of all the present members, with responses from each in reminiscences of former times and in scripture sentiments, interspersed with the singing of old-time hymns. In the evening the principal.features were an interesting sketch of the church's history, read by Miss Cramer; .an account of the Sunday school, by Miss Anna Johnson; a history of the young people's society, by Miss Bailey. Tho chief i'acts of the church's history were published two years ago. Some later history reveals a steady growth in numbers, financial strength, and in organisation for work. At the beginning of the present pastorate, two and a half years ago, the church assumed financial self-support for the first time. In the same time fifty-two persons have been added to its membership, a good proportion of whom are among its most useful members. A women's mission circle and two mission bands for young people and children have been organized and well supported. The women's mission circle and the Vineyard Workers- band were organized and have been conducted under the efficient leadership Of Mrs. F. M. Smith. Of the former she has been president for above two years—ever since its organization. Of the latter Miss Lillie Howard is president, and of the Willing Workers' band Miss Clara Burroughs is the organizer and leader. All these organizations have raised very creditable sums for missionary and other purposes besides holding regular meetings for instruction. The church also maintains benevolent contributions from time to time. Miss Johnson's painstaking paper gave an interesting account of former Sunday school workers, extending over a dozen years, and also made mention of the present flourishing condition of the school, with James Chapin as superintendent. Miss Bailey's paper spoke of the young people's society as having originated in the young peoples' prayer meeting, begun about four years ago. The society was organized less than two years ago, end is proving to be an •excellent means for training the young people. Two of its members are offii- cers in the young peoples' organization ior the Northern association and for the state. The meetings of the society are well attended and interesting. The young men present have often equaled and sometimes excelled the young ladies present in numbers and interest. The recent well attended lecture by the pastor on "The Hugenots," was under its auspices. It uses a printed program cif prayer meeting topics and is fully organized, with the reader of the paper as its faithful president. The young people attend the church prayer meeting which is also well sustained at present. This church also bore a leading part in the division of the Upper Des Moines association and in the formation of the new and growing Northern Iowa association. This association, in the seven months of its existence, has held three inspiring meetings, all of which have greatly strengthened its churches and workers. Both church and association will doubtless have a fruitful future, with a record of service on the part of the former far surpassing the past. A MEMBER. _ —»-*0f-< NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that all parties found picking flowers or otherwise trespassing upon the cemetery grounds will be prosecuted according to law. C. D. PETTIBONE, Pres. Cemetery Association. Ladies Have Tried it. A number of my lady customers have tried "Mother's Friend/' and would not be without for many times its cost. They recommend jt to all who are to become mothers. B. A. Payne, druggist, Greenville, Ala. Write BradflelflReg. Co. Atlanta,. Ga., for tarticulars. For sale by JT. W, Dlngley, andDr. Sbeetz. 88-85 Fo» SALB-Hfor cash or on time; ten new milk cows for two hundred dollars. 83-88 JOSEPH MATHERS. THE COUNTY NEWS* , To ConREHPONOBNTR:—All cofttlpOndenftc for the REPUBLICAN should reach tnls office not later than Tuesday evening. Please b«»r this In mltid, All communications to the BKPUHMOAx— including news letters-must be signed by tbe author to Insure publication. FENTON. Special Correspondence. FENTON, May 18.—D. A. Buell was doing business in Fenton last week, Mr. Searles,of Bancroft, was pressing hay here last week. We are glad 10 hear that Edna Tibbits is getting better. Mr. Tibbits is not improving very fast. Florence Moulton spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Algona. The Denhart Bros.raised the German M. E. Church to-day. It is 80 x 50 feet With a spire 60 feet high. Miss Mary llanney spent Sunday at home. Wm. Warner, of Elysian, Minnesota, is visiting at O. E. Tibbits'. Paul Moore the young man that got his leg broke, is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Lagge, of Algona, spent Sunday at A. P. Peterson's. Ernest Moore commenced last week, to build a house for Fred Stigman, in Palo Alto county. B. L. Holster rides in a new buggy now.a-days. BANCROFT. Special Correspondence. BANCROFT, May, 19.— A. Sundstrom and Gus Steinberg went to Des Moines Monday to attend the shoot. Mrs. Pollard, of Burt, is visiting with friends in Bancroft this week. The prairies are getting very dry and it is thought that if we do not have rain before long, there will not be grass sufficient to feed the cattle through the summer. D. A. Ellis moved out of the Phoenix House on Friday last, and now holds his stand on the north side of Main street, over the meat market. Mr. Musson will operate the Phoenix House until June 1st. Frank Nicoulin, of Algona, was on our streets Monday. Mr. Baun, of Algona, visited Bancroft Monday. Eev. Richie delivered a very fine sermon on Sunday at the M. E. church, to quite a large attendance. Geo. Holloway has been very sick f 01 some time but is now improving slow- G. R. Anderson's little boy is not considered out of danger yet. Mr. Stahl is having his restaurant painted over which greatly improves the looks of his property. Horse racing and foot racing amused the loafers on the streets Monday evening, and although neither were very swift, both man and beast moved very gracefully. Will Easterly has had charge of the Station at Algona during the past week in the absence of Mr. Vesper. He is expected home to night* The church going people and friends of S. Nicholson paid him a pleasant surprise Friday evening, the event being in honor of his services rendered the church as organist and leader of the choir. A large and handsome secretary was left at his home which was purchased by contributions from the people which suggests the high esteem in which he is held by the community. Ice cream and cake were served during the evening to the credit of the ladies who were at the head of the affair. Mrs. S. J. O'Neal left Thursday, for an extended visit in the east. She will be gone for some time. Fred Fuller and wife drove up to our city Sunday afternoon. The creamery is going to erect a house for Fred Wilcox on the northwest corner of the creamery lot. It must be that Fred is going to housekeeping. The ladies of the M. E. society will give an ice cream social at the home of Mrs. J. D. McDonald Wednesday evening of this week. The ordinance of baptism will be administered by Rev. Williams of the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. The M. E. quarterly meeting will be held at Burt one week from next Saturday and Sunday. Presiding Elder Black will preach on Saturday evening. Corn planting will be over with by that time, the Elder will be greeted with a full house. The marriage of Grant Fairbanks and Miss Clara Grover will take place today at thehome of the bride's parents, Rev. J. R. Faus officiating. It is whispered that a marriage ceremony is on the program in the Black Cat neighborhood to night. 18.500 pounds of milk was taken at the creamery Monday. How is that? Something that Will Pay To look at, Jmst read what follow* and' then reflect: McCORMIOK Harvesting Mack Co., Establ'd 1831. J. I. CASE Threshing Machine Co. - 1842. A. A. COOPER, Iowa's Pioneer Wagon Matter, 1840, P. P. MAST & CO., Cultivators, Seeders, etc. 1848. JAMES SELLY & CO., Corn Planters, etc. D. S. MORGAN & CO., Clipper Mowers HEARST, DUNN & CO., Planters, etc. DALY MANF'G CO., Disc Pulverizers, JOHN DEER & CO., Plows, etc. J.R.JONES, I860. 1834. 1860. 1865. 1854. 1870. After looking over the foregoing list of Manufacturers and Dealers, all of whom are represented by the man who pays the freight, you cannot fail to appreciate the advantages you can reap by buying your implements of the Oldest Implement House in northern Iowa. [ represent the best goods made in each department. iSf! am agent for J. A. Hamilton's Hard Wood Lumber and Wood, a full stock of which is constantly on hand. •j Teachers' Department, ^•Communications for this Department are earnestly solicited Irorr the teachers. Purifies tbo blood, increases the circulation, expels poisonous humors and builds up the system. What more do you want a medicine to perform? DeWitt's Sarsaparilla is, reliable. Sold by Sheetz. UNION. Special Correspondence. UNION T\VP., May 18.—Gertie Wheeler spent Friday and Saturday in Algona. Miss Hattie Schryver is teaching a very successful term of school in the J. N. Wheeler district. Mrs. Schenck, baby and Lucy Haswell spent Sunday at Mrs. Schenck's father's, Thos. Hanna. Grandpa Bailey is under the weather but nothing serious. Herb Bailey and Geo. Carroll spent Sunday in Bancroft. Myron Clapsaddle went to Bancroft Monday with M. Schenck's cattle. S. D. Platt, wife and three daughters spent Sunday in Union. Come again Stearns, the latch string is always on the outside to such as you. August Dau took home a fine two seated buggy Saturday last. Mabel Barr, Andrew Barr's little girl, was taken very sick in school last week, but is much better at this writing. Jennie Thomson spent Sunday at home. Clarence Salisbury came down from his school near Elmore Friday evening. He returned Saturday evening. G. A. Frink, of Wesley, visited with his parents on Sunday. Mrs. E. R. Cook has been very sick during the past week, but is now much better. Cards are out for the wedding of C. B. Sarchett and Sadie Patterson, Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. The building boom still continues. Pres Sarchett is building an addition to his house 16x24 1} stories high. J. D Andrews is laying the foundation for a barn 30x40 with 14 foot posts. A. Wheeler has the lumber on the ground for a granery 25x30 feet. I. G. Schryver is still confined to the house with rheumatism. tEDYAKD. Special Correspondence. LEDYAUD, May 19.—The dry weathei continues. There is a difference of opinion among flax growers as to the propriety of sowing uutil the drought breaks. Work is begun on the new schoo house. Mr. Wiltse, of Ramsay, has the job, and he says he will make it look quite like a house by Saturday niglit. Wise heads in this vicinity are speculating on the utility of the steam plow. With the prospect of a depot in the near future, Ledyard business interests begin to assume a more lively and promising aspect. Come, business man; come mechanic; come doctor; come lawyer; come clergyman, we will get there just the same. Ben Kendall has been giving his house a cream coat of paint. Grant Finch is to occupy the house recently erected by A. J. Dunlap. Frank Finch has moved into the house lately vacated by the Miller family. Friends from Bancroft were entertained at C. A. Ordway's Saturday and Sunday. Ledyard's enterprising blacksmith, Daniel Dobson, made a visit at his old home at Blue Earth City, Minnesota, a few days since. Mrs. A, J. Dunlap has been having the pleasure of a visit from her sister the past few days. J. F. Rendall and wife spent Sunday with relatives at Pilot Grove. Minnesota. Mrs. Scott Wickheim has been quite sick with la grippe for the past week. Eighteen pounds of granulated sugar for $1 at the Ledyard store. A Liuly in Texas Writes. My case is of long standing; has baffled many physicians; have tried every remedy I could bear of, but Bradfied's Female Regulator is all that relieved me. Write The Bradfleld Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga. for further particulars. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz and F. W. Dingley. 83 85 COUNTY UNIFOKMITY. We ought to have county uniformity of text books. It is now over a year since the law was passed and our county has done comparatively nothing towards county imiformity. If the directors do not bestir themselves we will never have it. According to the law, half of the directors must petition the county superintendant before anything can be done. Let some directors start a petition and get the other director to sign it. Give the electors a chance to vote on the question next March. ' We need county uniformity. Every one who has tried it knows how inconvenient it is to have two or three kinds of books in a class; or worse still, to have a class for every different book. If all the pupils had books alike we could economize time and do better work. Books will be much cheaper. The county board of education will sell them at actual cost. Some of the publishing houses have offered to take our old books, I believe, at half price. If we can sell our old books at half price and buy the new ones cheaper, our books will not be a great expense to us. The county superintendant, county auditor and the county board of supervisors are to select the books. We will be-sure to get good books, as they are to take into consideration the binding, illustrations, quality of material used and other things that go to make up a good book. After the books have been introduced, the county board of education cannot change the books in less than five years, unless authorized to do so by a vote of the electors. Samples of the books which may be examined by teachers, school officers and school patrons, will be kept at the auditor's office. Talk the matter over with your neighbors. Letus have something done about it before another March rolls around. CAROLINE WESLEY. Teacher in sub-district No. 5, Burt township. We hope to have one on the 4th of July, and we ought to commence working right away to have a good one, but we propose to celebrate every day by selling the best Boots, Shoes, Harness and Saddles to be had anywhere for the money; Call and see. F. S. Stough. THE GRANGE STORE. Dry Goods, Carpets, Lace Curtains, Groceries, Crockery etc, etc. Free Delivery. Ambrose A. Call, President. D. H. Hutching, Vice-President. J. C. Blackford, Cashier. Trunks and valises at itore. Stough's leather Sbeetz issues regular Go's guarantee to cure all ailuaentawlth Kldd's Germ Erad. Catarrh, neuralgia rheumatism and most diseases originate from impure blood. Cleanse it, improve it, purify it with De Witt's Sarsaparillaand heajjk is restored, Btrengtb regained. Sold by Sheets. Tea per cent- reduction in aJJ millinery goodi. g.Baaiiyf * Co. BCRT, Special Correspondence, BUBT, May 19.—Our budget of new? will not be large this week. Everyone seems to have been too busy to create much excitement', ane only local hap- nings can be mentioned. James Stow went to Ft. Dodge last week to take the examination to see if he could go to West Point. W. W- Wneeler was a visitor to our city last Tuesday. E. G. Bowyer was on our streets last Wednesday. B. ?. Beed wan looking this neighborhood last Thursday. Mr Reed may build on Ms ree9»Uyjuj* tffi lot next to fT^'JU^MJI* ^W'f ff ^*J (J ASH STORE PRICE LIST. E2PO# very c7ie*p 1% and 9^ cents per gallon. Flour as follows: Best Full Patent, per sack $1 45 Half Patent, per sack 1 40 Straight Flour, per sack. 1 30 We still have a quantity of our celebrated cJieap flour, which we have sold all winter at $1.15 per sack. The price of this brand will remain the same. 20 boxes Key City Axle Grease for $1 00 20 pounds of Crystal Rice for ...... 1 00 12 pounds Choice Raisins for 1 00 13 ponnds Choice California Grapes. 1 00 82 bars Good Laundry Soap for.... 1 00 20 packages Choice Saleratua for ... 1 00 12 cans of Corn for 1 00 1 can Lewis Lye for 10 5c. packages Yeast for 08 1 dozen Clothes Pins for 01 We sell many other kinds of goods in proportion. TOWNBEND <fc LAKQDON. Beggs' Little Giant Pills are the best pill on the market for constipation, indigestion and all derangements of the liver and bowels. Each package contains nearly one-oalf more than tbe ordinary pill packages, but sells at tbe same price. Directions with each package. For sale by F.W.Plngley. 24-87 Look at infants' first shoes in our window; all colors.—F. 9. Stough. Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup has gained its great popularity simply^ on its true If food sours on the stomach digestion is defective. DeWitt's Little Early Risers will remedy this. Tbe famous little pills that never gripe and never disappoint. For sale by Dr. Sbeetz. DOWN. AH kinds of Dried Fruits At tbe Burt Cash Store have taken a tumble. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Of Algona, Iowa, gy CAPITAL $50,000.00. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties who, can furnish, first-class security) Directors—Ambrose A. Call, D. H. Hutching, J. C. Blackford, Wm. K. Ferguson,* O. B, Hutching, Philip Dorweller, A. D. Clarke. LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE STABLE Carriages, Best of Horses and West of Tlioringtou House, M. Z. GROVE, MANAGER. DOWN. FARM LOANS. We can now make loans on Improved Lands from one to ten year's time and give the borrower the privilege of paying tbe whole loan or any part thereof in even $100 at any tune when Interest fella due. This is Iowa Money, and no second mortgage or coupons we taken. This plan ol making a loan will enable the borrower to reduce bis mortgage at any time and save tbe Interest on the amount paid. Moneylurolshed at once on perfect title. Call on or address, H, HOXIE, Algoua, Iowa. ofiui To and for the People. Do you waul a good, square meal? Do you want good, reliable insurance? Do you want to rent a farm or grass land? , „ Do you want to trade or sell your farm or otber property? Do you, want to buy a farm or unimproved la.nd on long time witb but little or no cash, payment? , Do you, w*nt to make a loan on your farm at tbe lowest current rate of inter- WESTERN COTTGAE ORGANS, NONE PHONED, NONE MORE DURABLE. Write/tJ. BROOKS, Livennqr©, Iowa* Note Heads and Envel GET THEM AT REPUBLICAN OOOS 1 Ij^i^^ppfipr 4 «5J

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