The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1891 · Page 6
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 9, 1891
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N E W .T. A. BANCROFT, IOWA, ,SEPT. 0, 1801. milK(YJ'OJlY. B OKT I'KKSI'.VTKIttAN I'llUIH'II. Molds , '!'•(>* in ||ir> school lioiisc, Sunday f-c!iiK,i ;if ;: p. in.. nri'iiiMiiin: SPI-V|I!<< nt 4 ]». in.'. ! l>i-;i\i-r nin'Iiiu; T)'mxi|;iy cvniiiim 1 . Kvprvbodv I iii'Viic'd. KKV. I). \VH.I.I'AMH. I'astor ' I B .\\ri;n|.-T iiici-iinj : ir un'iir.uAv citfnni, - inoi'Diliymill i vi'llllltr 011(1 Sltll(l;i.v in rvH'li month nnil P.VII fvt'uint; iiinciiims in ii nioi'tli. Siiinlny .Si'iioo) ;il. 1:; in. <vii:li Sunday, l.sifiic'-i .M'l Socii'ly nifcts every ollii-r Friday. II'HV. A. KI.I-^TI.'O.M, I'aMiir.' E7j:.'-:;c MK-I IIDDIST Uin'itdi, I'miclilni; scr- * YUM nt-Win-in 1 !' sf.lmol house nt in o'clock n. i.i.'iiicniir ss'hcdl house ar 2 p. in. mid nl Hi-nllnml .-chr.ol li-iuso al s p. in. ; nil of these sen i.-c.s mi il:i! MI IMC .Snlilinll) i j v(>n !\vo weeks KKV CilAs. .NOI..TK, Pastor." jpii.'sT si.MvisT cjii'Krir. of ll;iiim>Ct, preach" ... . i;| K^''"-';<- •-' fiiHi Sunday nl, Id ::ni a.m. and day .M'hool at !•_'in.. Lords snpjjej- . .•• . . . _ .. ors .siipm. r llu; fast, !>ii!Kla.v P.I cnt-Ii niontli at 1 i> in IH-IV- cr iiU'CMnu' T!ini-s<l;iy ovi-nin-. Loyalist's HHH-I. - . -. on iicsiij-.y fvcuni;:, Covenant mi-t'tiiiL' (.ho last. H'K-av CVCI.I:I K in ( -;n-!i rlmh- pniPlico hii ,111-1, ay fv,-nin-. iCvcryhody invikil, .strain?: cr.s i-spi.-cia.lly u ..... num. _ iii.-.v. 1,. .V Cl'jmi.vM. 1'jisior. O, \.NfKoKT 7.1 ~~ K. nn.-i.fMi, im-achhusevT^ '•'"", /"'"I".-' fit !<>:."<> a. in. and s p. in cUss I'.iocliii!. jii-cc.iMiiiiu' eaeli -ei'vic,, ar riniriii •' ol sn-ond |,,., ; |. S(||,,!;,. v .school ar, I-J in. 'Ki,: \-i']-t;i U'MHIII. on Tuesday cvoninj; 1 ii-.-iver iiioHin.!,' Tfun-si.iiy rvoninx. choir veliearsal 1- ni ay cvciin:-. l.adie's Aid Society meets Wod- iie.Mlay iilicniooii. A ronlial invflation is t>\- tetuu:,! to all !;. allend HII-M' services I:KV. A. c. W.\K;>. i'astin-. Father Schemmcl was at Algoirn last Thursday. S. W. Callanan is selling lots of land these days. Guy Taylor ol' Algona was in the city last Friday. F. A. Kenyon was at Algona on business Saturday last. Don't the "home, print'' idea grind some peop-U- though? .H. K. Gray took in the sights at the county KC;\( last Friday. Go to Sundstrom's if you want anything in the, jewelry line. C. 11. Moivlmtise's mansion begins to loom up on the south side. Just notice \vliat Richmond has to «ay in the ZS T j.;',v;- this week. Clement haye added S T. -IOIIN'S CA- vices : Insl i 1 rriuin.'ii. regular scr- siruc.tioii t'roiu in to ID '.-.-jo a IM . muss and M-niion from In -nil to l"' llolv ituiss cacii nioni;n;;- in tins uvek al 7 a nf'M-ir- nei. Lain.--; Socieiy incuts tho llrst Huiidav or e\en monti! alter tin-. soniidii. V.iini"- l.ii.'ic 1 , n!!!',' •'-?', n"'' M " ""' Sl ' l '" l "l Sunday "of cv(M'v iioi!,i) Uli-i- I,K>. S CI-:IIO;I, VoiitiH- Aim's SooielV u. ", l ! l V i "7 Sm , ul: V' ° r everv '"»»"' 'ifti'i- tlleVe s"rvi(-c ''* '' ' S i " vUi;tl lo !ltu - 1|1( ' KATIIKC A. ,i. Sfiiioijir. in town Algona hunt Don't uienlioii mud. GI-J. C. Call ol' Algona was the latter part of last week. Collie Chubb was up from last week on a chicken hunt. When all the new bells are will anybody be able to sleep? Miss Alice .Farvour began her school in the Loditn district last week. -II. Sharp of Ilumboldt was looking over Bancroft last Friday and Saturday. C. C. Chubb of Algona was in town last Friday looking after "tlien^steera.- The horse "Johnny Winkel" won two races at Saratoga and one at Cin- ciHiiati lately. Wm. Cfourley of Bagley. Iowa, cai^e oack to finish the land deal he started a if\v weeks ago. . r\Ijss Hannah Haydeen of Swea, has been visiting with friends in, town several day* ^•; il .{ Uf ,. th(i i m t week. 1. J. Bruer's team ran away and furnished excitement for a little last Saturday but luckily no , was done. Will Hall and \VifV\vere in the city last Friday and Saturday. "Will was putt i up; up a tombstone over Levi Detrich's grave. hear some very favorable coin- ^nt on the candidacy of W. A.Cliip- of Portland for county treasurer. ilurr\h for Clupman. I. J. iktier has improved the appearance of his place a great deal by putting down a good wide sidewalk of plank on the east side. The State Bank people have been putting in their new furniture and counters and will soon be running the Uank in its new quarters. Mrs. T. II. Conner who has been making a visit to the old farm and also with friends in Seneca township returned home last Friday night. We acknowledge with gratitude the large number of new subscribers to the llebublican and XKWS but then there's lots of room for more, gentlemen. Bancroft will be at the Kossuth county fair with some as line thoroughbred runners and trotters as are found in the western part of the state. sjume may wonder what wasthe matter with the "Xuws" last week? The trouble was that our copy was carried on to Eagle Grove instead of being de- arriving livered at Algona, thereby too late for publication. Presiding Elder Black was up from Algona last Thursday to hold quarterly meeting at the M. E. church. The meeting was a success and two members were received in full connection and the Lord's supper administered. J. F. Cowan agent for the Marshalltown Buggy company has been here for a week with a line assortment of buggies. He brings the best of references and no one need fear to make a deal with him or the firm of llhodes & Cariuean Co. which he represents. Mrs. P. Johnson of lied Wing Minn, wlui has been visiting here for some time returned to her home last Friday. Mrs. C. II. Johnson accompanied her home and after making a short visit will go on to Minneapolis to lay in a large stock of millinery goods. The following is the recommend given AVinkel's new horse in Clark's Horse lleview. Win. A. G. Cobb of Fremont,]Srebraska,has sixteen head of horses in the Independence sale, that are hard to beat. His consignment is headed by Byron Sherman 5877 by Saturn by Passuc^s, his breeding tabvlat- ed wakes iatejrestiflg leading (••.team boiler to their blacksmith outfit. F. 11. Anderson and wife returned home from the state fair last; Thursday. John Kollins of Eellcvnc was here looking after his landed interests last week. John Xewman was bitten in the hand by a luu-Me and was laid up for a few days. Ben Haggard and II. E. Hist two of | Al.n-ona's young men were in town last Thursday. Mrs. I). \Vilson came up from Kenwick last Thursday afternoon for a short visit here. Willie Musson went to YT.iltham Minnesota last week where be will work for a cousin. 'K. Chrischilles and C. P,, Schermer- honi of Whittcmore were si/ing up the town last Thursday. The boys that attended the state fair say that Duane Tallman's show was one of the principal attractions. McLauglilin-& Co. opened their new storu on Satin-day last and it is one of the finest looking stocks in town. llufiis Davison of Murray Iowa is making a visit at present with his brother II. E. Davison and family. Mrs. F. M.. Evans started for a visit through Missouri and Kansas with rel- is and friends on Thursday last. The MlBBOH Eva Whitney nnil Mnttie r ar«u- returned home from their] eastern trip last Thursday after-jj 0n Mrs. T. W. lii-.V. " .'" ^'T f c ° m iy icd , t- J^ , —is- Me.N ee to her home At last, one of the Algona papers has seen something so meritorious in the, XKWS that they could afford to copy. Mr. Retting O f Bellcvue has been in town for a few days. G. W. Skinner went to Ft. Dodge hist Monday on business. G. V. Davia end Jas. Galliou were at the Hub last Saturday. If you want a picture of yourself thn is first class go to Harper. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carp of Sencc wore in Algona last Monday. Thos. Sherman spent the Sabbath will his parents at Liverraoru, la. Mrs. Patten and daughter Nellie arc staying at the Farmer's Home. Sidney Hist came up from Algona to hear Kev. Thrasher on Sabbath last. Mat Richardson was doing business ir the great northern city last Saturday. a new Clarencc Robinson was here working in the Paul lumber yard for a few days. Miss Eva Whitney and Miss Laurr Batterson were at Algona last Saturday. ^ Miss Ida Swarison went to Ledyard on Saturday last where her school has begun Earl Robinson has been visiting at W. F. Hofius', near Algona, for a short time. G. O. Austin and wife visited friends in Armstrong Grove during the past week. jSIcls Martin and wife have gone to Minneapolis for a visit at that place with friends. Mrs. B. F. Crose returned from a visit with friends at Lu Verne last Saturday afternoon. A. A. Sifcrt stepped off of the train long enough on his way to Ledyard to say "howdy." Miss Clara Burroughs visited Bancroft friends and listened to Rev. Thrasher's sermon last Sunday. Capt. R. E. Jeanson of Swea was in town last Monday and reports that Swea is getting aleng finely. Miss Helen Haydeen of Swea is living with the family of Nels Martin and is going to the Bancroft schools. j J. J. Kelly was a Bancroft visitor last Monday and Tuesday. Jim can't bear Will Haggard was up from Algona last Monday and yesterday to see about starting that new democratic paper that we arc to have in the near future. We understood Mr. Haggard to say that a place had been rented and that the room at the rear of the State Bank would be used as an office. The; Norwegian Lutherans of Seneca township had a church picnic and house dedication at the residence and grove of Hans Olson on last Sabbath and a large number of people of that faith assembled and after listening to a very fine sermon by a minister from abroad and also a speech by Mr. Olson. The people enjoyed the day in social conversation, etc., and when evening came everybody was glad they had been bcncflttecl by being pros- cnt. -Agent for- Thos. Goody and family returned last Thursday from a visit with relatives and friends at Sioux Rapids, Iowa. The Lutherans and Baptists are both striving to put up $125 bells in their respective steeples in the near future. R. M. Richmond was at Des Moines the latter part of last week buying new counters for the Farmers & Traders bank. Frank Yogel who works for Nick Tix of Seneca township was kicked by a horse last Friday and was quite severely injured. J. X. Brown of Blue Earth City was down last week to help open up the store of McLaughlin & Co. of which he is the company. G. W. Smith and wife, Mrs. F. M. Purdy and Mrs. Anderson north of town started for the Minnesota state fair last Friday night. Mrs. G. II. Trotter who has been visiting with her sister Mrs. E. C. Anderson of this place returned home to Illinois last Friday. The new counters and fixtures of the State Bank are being put in and we shall soon be able to announce that they have moved into their new quarters. Rev. Williams started for llolt'e, Io., yesterday to attend the meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at that place. Hey. Blumenthal of Ramsay will accompany him. Geo. Bchaller of Sac county, a brother of the soldier, Phil Schaller is here selling lightning rods that seem to be quite a success at least a great many are being put up in town. Rev. O. M. Thresher of Whittemore and Rev. Cummins of this place exchanged pulpits last Sabbath and Rev. Thresher's sermons were appreciated by large audiences both morning and evening. Mallory &• Hofius have increased their business so much that Mr. Richmond is compelled to build an addition to the corner store. They also had the honor of starting the first delivery wagon in town on Saturday last. The new addition to the Farmers Home is nearly completed and when the barn is moved across the street as contemplated and the new lawn laid out they will have a spacious handy and pretty place and will no doubt reap the just reward of helping to build up the town the idea of leaving Bancroft for good. Miss Edith Jordan and Miss Abbie Vinton went to Algona last Saturday to spend a few days visiting with friends at that place-. G. R, Woodworth returned from a trip to Chicago and from there to Texas and Mexico on Saturday last and reports a grand good time. The genial flour drummers S. S. Wartman and S. D. Drake have been in town on land business and also on a pleasure trip for a few clays. Ed Painter of Iowa Falls has been heve that the law might be A Legislative committee during the past week looking at land. He has bought 160 acres of laud near his old neighbor F. B. Ward. Harry Dodge of Irvington was here on business last Saturday. Mr. Dodge is here so often that we have begun to wonder if he will not soon come to stay. A sample of corn from the farm of Mr. Purdy proved conclusively that some corn was out of the way of frost, Two weeks more and Jack Frost can catch no corn. Stephen A. Douglas came back from a visit to Ins parents at St. Charles and friends at Des Moines last Monday. Glad to see you come back to Bancroft Steve. Henry Wilde has bought Wm. Campbell's place southwest of town for the consideration of $25 per acre. We understand that Mr. Campbell will move to town. McLaughlin & Co. are the ones that have been reserving the large space on the right in our advertising columns, and this week they fill their space with a neat ad. Notice it. The Catholic people observe a harvest thanksgiving service today. 'High Mass and a sermon was held at 10 o'clock. This was a meeting to thank God for the bouutiful harvest. A. N. StClair was arrested in Bancroft last Monday by Deputy Sheriff Holloway at request of the sheriff of Blue Earth County. The prisoner was taken north on the evening passenger by the said sheriff. A horse belonging to Mr. Bacon that he had traded for, not knowing anything about his antecedents, proved to be a stolen horse and on Saturday night last the horse was taken from the place of A. Dinger who had been working the same since Mr. Bacon bought him. Rhoades & Carmean Co. of Marshalltown, Iowa, have a car load of buggies, carriages and spring wagons at Bancroft which they intend to sell in Kossuth county. They are a reliable firm, TUeir buggies are manufactured at Marshalltown and are sold by traveling salesmen, who will visit you at your home. Rev. A. G. Ward preaches bis farewell sermon next Sunday morning and in the evening he will give a review of bis work in Bancroft during Lis three years pastorate. Bro. Ward has been one of the most popular preachers ever stationed at Bancroft if not the most popular, and has been the means of elevating and helping the community no small amount IO'.VA GOOD TKM1>T,AKS. The Bancroft delegates started from home about 11.-SO o'clock and after riding over the beautiful prairies of the beautiful state called Iowa they arrived during the afternoon in the Capital city at about half past eight o'clock, when they immediately repaired to Union Lodge No 2(53 where they were met by the entertainment committee and after a round of social yaiety they were assigned their quarters to begin the grandest of grand odges of Good Templars ever held in Iowa. One of the first things on the n-ogram for the first day was the ad- Iress of Grand Chief Templar Ilutch- ns of Des Moines who among other ;bings said that during the seven years is trials and troubles hopes and encouragements of his incumbency the >ood Templars had always been "loyal o prohibition, it i s true said 'he 'that the liquor forces will use plenty f money and every vicious means n their power to defame and tear own the law" and that he was glad hat the good templary of the state ad always stood for the law, like the Id Guard, for the last 37 years. He announced that there were 11,000 good templars in good standing in Iowa, that the finances were in a healthful condition and sounded the battle cry for the maintenance of the prohibitory law in Iowa this fall. After the reports of the officers were made they proceeded to business by electing an enforcement committee and equipping them with a portion of the Grand lodge tax money " enforced. was also appointed to wait on the Legislature. A resolution was introduced asking the grand lodge to father the building of a memorial Hall in Sioux city, when the grand chief templar vacated the chair and said that the grandest monument to Haddock would be a majority of 50,000 votes for the prohibitory law, and that the good tem- plars needed to spend every cent of time money and hard work to sustain the prohibitory law on this occasion. The matter of being represented at the World's Fair was brought up and discussed and a committee appointed to prepare an exhibit. B. F. Wright of Charles City also jokingly begged leave to place on exhibition a picture of his portly self when J. J. Clark of Mason City also asked permission to have his picture taken beside Bro. Wright and that they be exhibited as examples of before and after taking.* The Iowa delegates to the right worthy grand lodge held in Scotland during the summer reported that the next session of the right worthy grand lodge would be held in 1893 at the city of Des Moines which may be considered quite a compliment to the state for law. The report of of Juvenile Temples was exceptionally fine and among other things stated that the rum power had defamed not only her work but her personal character. Clinton lodge received the beautiful banner given to the lodge that had the most subscribers to the Iowa Temperance Magazine and the banner was accepted in a neat speech by a Clinton delegate who .said Clinton was noted for winning banners a Clinton K. P. Lodge having just brought home a fine banner from Sioux City. In the election of officers it could be noted that a greater number of young men were elected to office which was a natural result of so many young delegates. This was the most successful Grand Lodge ever held in the state and there were present 350 delegates besides two or three hundred pasl representatives. Call on him and get prices and terms. He can suit you in the selection of both wild, and improved lands. S/W\_Gallanan, Bancroft, Iowa. VISIT its prohibitory superintendent during «is be yer us and i\ ow Readj for Business. McLAUGHLIN & CO., Proprietors Great Reduction Sale. At D. R. Crowel's ECONOMY STORE. - TO MAKE ROOM FOR WINTER + STOCK. goods> including Dress Goods - Hosiery ' At and Below Cost for 40 Days. ' 'A word to the wise is sufficient. " D. R. ORO WEL, _ ___ Bancroft, Iowa. A magnificent line of new hats and shoes just received at the "Economy Store." D. R. CKOWBIi. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable The most stylish rigs in town at the most reasonable rates. Traveling trade especially solicited. Notice is NOTICE. hereby given that S. W. Callanan and F. A. Kenyon are not part ners in the real estate business. So far as relates to that branch of business each acts for himself and neither lias any right or authority to represent the other in any way whatever. This notice is given to prevent any misapprehension that might arise from advertisements in our name «,,M,«I,«H ,- ,..:published in this paper 1891. Augiwt ape S. W. OAULANAK, F. A. KEMYOU. Call on I. J. B. and see bis big atocfc ol stoves; over 100 o» the floor. * Kinne & Pearson for stylpfe rlfs, " Kinne & Pearson. Of New Watches, New Musical Instruments, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Table Cutlery, Optical G-oods. Repairing a Specialty. A. SUNDSTROM. Livery, Feed and Sale

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