The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1891 · Page 6
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NEW .T. IGclitoi'. / rrr: BANCROFT, IOWA, SEPT. 10, 1891. CIll'KCH DIRECTORY B ANCROFT ,«oiTir<>.s In VHRSI1YTKH1AN ('TUrDOIT. Iiolds flip school lionso, f-lmi(l;ij- ii. p. in., prenRhliiK sorvion sit -I p.m., i 1 merlins Tlinrsdny ovciiinjr. Kvorvhodv KKV. I). WILLIAMS. Paslor. ' PAXCHOFT MVKoisir i,UTHKit,\r,- niirwir. *- J inoctinii moniliiK and t-vriimu <wo Sunday In cncli month and two pvc'iilni; incoiiims in ii inoiifli, (Sunday School at It! ni. onoli ftiiidny. l.adlf's Aid Socipfy meets every oilier Friday. KKV. A. KI.KSTKO.M, I'asior.' F rtKK Mi'.nromsT Omnicu, rivachlnir scr- vjc.i n! •. WaniiT school house at l<> o'clock :v. in., nl J'.Mwnift school house at . •_' p. in. and fit Bnitlaml sclionl house at s p. in. : all of Ihcsc M'M'iccs on flic s.'inic .Siilitiatli every (\vo \vci-|;s. KKV CIIAS. Noi/i-K, 1'a.stor. jC"ii;sT r.Ai"i IST ci:ri;cii. ol' J.aiicrort, iiveacli- fl liitf service each Sunday al in :.".n a. in. and f< p. ni.. funilay School at li' in., Lord* .siipiier the llrsi Sunday in each inoni.ii at l p. in., prayer iiieelin-f 'I'liiirsday evening. Loyalists nie'et <ui 'I m.'sday iM-eriiiifr. Oovenanr nieeiiiiH' Hie last JTiday PVCMIMC In each mo.itli. choir practice Satnrdrty o.\ CHIII.LI. Kvorybody invited, .slrun"-- «irs especially \\elcoine. l!i-:v. I,. A. CI;MMINS. Pasior. at Algona n>.\ NrtioKT M. K, cittrufin, pi-padiing service L-J each Sunday at in : :;n a. m. anil K p. in. c a<s meeting preeediiiL; each service at rinu'iiu'- ol second I.e!!, Sunday School at I- 111 'h'p- worth I.eiucne on Tuesday oveniny. pra.yer inopunj: Jnnrsdav evening, choir ' rehearsal iHT.lay evening. Ladle's Ahl Society meets \\Yil- m'-'l.-M- ju'teriKiirii. A conlial invftation is e\- tunded to all to ailend these services. ___^__ KKV. A.C. W'Aiii), Pastor. OT. .1011 N'S <• vi iim.tr en risen, regular .ser«—' vices: liislniclinii l>o;n 10 to lo :."<> a. in lush mass and s;>nmm from Id ::;n to IL>. Holy mass ea.oh mornum in the \veek at-7 a m Married l,a<lie's .society meets the lirst Knndav of every inonl Ii ailer the sermon. Yonii" Lake's Society meets tlie second Sunday'of every iiioath allcr tln> sermon, Younu Men's Society mocts the third Sunday of every month el'le'i- the ^ermon. Everybody is in vital to attend 1 lie.-e services. FATIIKH A. J. SCMIKJIMEL. Pastor. EON, 0, C, PETERSON Will discirs the issues of the campaign at Bancroft, SEPTEMBER 20th, at 7:30 p. m. in English and Swedish Languages, Mr. Peterson is a fine speaker and no one should fail to hear him. Further pari.icnlars, us to phicu of meeting, etc.. will be announced in next week's'XKWS. 15 V OUDKH ol' 1 Co.MMITTKK. The Courier is in a bad boat:. Dr. Y\"est was in Bancroft Monday. C.C. Chubb was in Bancroft Monday. I. 1 . W. Xinne had business at Algona last Thursday. Clarence Bobison is clerking in Mallory (S: II oil us" store. .!. A. llaniilton of Iowa Falls was in Bancroft last Friday. I". Diugley of Algona was a visilo in Bancroft last Friday. R. M. Richmond's sign swings to th breeze and it is u dandy. C.-tpr. il. E. Jeanson and wife wer at Algona last Thursday. F. A. Kenyon went to "\Vebster Cit on business last .Saturday. W. L. Hall of Algona. was in tin City fit' Business last Friday. Ceo. E. Marble, Bnrt's busy grocer man was in Ban croft last Friday. <":;'.s. Shauor's Denial counienanc Avas >een in town last week Thursday J. 1). Johnson v.'ent to Ht Paul las Thursday to lay in a large stock o goods. Harry Dodge of Irving-ton bought . bronchos of (I. F. Ilolloway las Friday. Hass Austin bridge over tin past week. Miss Bertha Carey was in town las Wednesday and Thursday visiting the city schools. Alpheus Johnson of Algona visitet with Charles and Henry Merriliehl out day last week. Fred Waterhouse was up this wa\ selling the cheapest and best cigars ii the wurld hist Friday. Col. n. l[. Spencer of Algona was shaking hands with his many friend.' in these, parts last Friday. C. Ii. Morehouse/s mansion looms iif in :i manner to remind one of a picture of an. ancient castle on a hill. •J. Biircheding of Bellevue is hen superintending the erection of improvements on his place near town. Miss Mamie Scully started last Mon- for a month's visit \rith Rev. Williams was nt Algona Monday. Miss Emma Wolcott was here last Saturday. Mrs. P. M. Barslou was last Saturday night. Mel/er Haggard saw the beauties of this city last Saturday. Fred Caulkius spent last Sabbath in this beautiful city of churches. Cyrus Buke.r has been visiting his S\vca friends in the past week. Albert -Jacob.soi!, of Seneca, had business at the Hub last. Saturday. One member was received into the M. E. church last Sunday looming. (ten. F. Constans was down from Blue Earth City last week on business. F. 1[. Vesper of Ala'ona was here visiting with his many friends last- Saturday. Mrs. E. E. McGinnis was badly burned by an explosion while 1 trying to light a tire with oil. Jake and Frank Winkel of Algona visited with their brother, John A", of this place last week. Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Davison visited relatives and friends in Portland township last Sabbath. Father Schemmel will go to Prairie township tomorrow to make a visit with Father Eckart of that place. Win. Ormiston of Seneca was in town last Thursday and is looking rather bad after quite a siege of sick" iicss. County Surveyor Jlntehms was hen; last week laying out A. A. Calls 40 acre tract of land south east of town in lots. Frank Bamsey of Cresco had beard so much about tins great city of the north that he made ns a visit last .Saturday. Bev. A. tf. Ward and family departed last Monday morning to go to conference, which will be held at Fort Dodge this week. >;els Martin returned from his trip to Minneapolis last Saturday. Mrs. Harvey Gialiam and wife moved to Biirt yesterday. D. A. Haggard wag in the north end of Kossuth yesterday. Sinn Mayne was at the great hub of the universe, called Algona, yesterday. C. W. Goddard is building a large new granary on his place southwest of town. A. 11. Paul and wife/of Des Koines are visiting with S. W. Callanan and family of this place. Prof. Russell went to Hurt last Saturday night and gave a musical entertainment at that place. Little Joseph Bcatenlinner gona commenced clerking for Crowel last week Tuesday. Fred Bromark is doing some of Al- D. n. very artistic work in the painting line in Bichmond's new bank room, The debate at the L 0. G. T. next Saturday night will be on the question, Kesolved. that money rules the world. Mrs. T. , I). Mason of Hancock, Michigan, who has been visiting rela- home on Monday has 1 been building ; Black Cut during ti *duy morning- relatives and friends at Clinton. Tbos. Engesser is building a residence at his place, west of town Thomas is one of our most thrifty far in era. T. W. Spotts. of Battle Creek Iowa, has bought and shipped l> carloads of cattle at this place during the past week. Henry Nemmers, of Frenchtown Iowa was here visiting with his brother of this place last week and returned last Friday. Oliver Fill was up from Algona last "Thursday takiug orders for clothing and reports that he has been ill for some time past. Ben Mayhew returned from Minneapolis last Friday where he had been visiting friends and taking in the Minneapolis Exposition. Martin remained at the latter place to make a visit with friends. O. W. Rico and C. F. Brooks of Fairmont were down to see how Iowa in general and Bancroft in particular was getting along on Friday last. Gillie Rutherford and his uncle, Mr. (iillespie of Chicago were here on a hunting expedition last week but were somewhat delayed by the rain. •John Bude has bought, another lot- jus! oast of his place which with what he now has will make a nice, place. There are two acres in all in thisplace. Three, persons were initiated into the mysieries of the 1. O. G. T. hist Saturday evening. The literary department of this lodge has been productive, of much instruction for the young people of the town. Bev. Blwnionthaal of Eamsay and . Bev. V» illiam.s of this place returned last Thursday from the meeting of the Ft. Dodge Presbytery at Rolfe last week. They report a pleasant and prolitabls: si ssion. There will be. he-Id a County Sunday School convention in the Presbyterian church at 15urt Iowa on Saturday and Sunday the H)-i(! of September. Any one thai is in any way interested in Sunday school work is cordially invited te attend these meetings. We understand that the C. & X. W. will carry passengers at freight rates after this, and if this is the case people will have to get to the depot half an hour before the train arrives in order to get billed for their destination and also to get room assigned them in the box cars. The sb;-months-old babe of Mr. and Mrs. E. Dixou died last Saturday morning, of summer complaint. The funeral services were held at the M. E. church last Sabbath afternoon, conducted by Rev. Ward. The parents have the sympathy of the whole community in this, their sad alHiction. Wm. Winter returned from his visit to his old home in the state of Maine tivcs here returned last. A. Sundstrom returned from the Highland Gun Club shoot at Minneapolis last Friday and reports a good time. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith returned last Monday night from Minneapolis, where they had been visiting the Exposition. Mrs. J. CUT. Schwartz, of Merinnctte, Wis.,who has been visiting relatives and friends at this place returned home last Monday. E. M. Crosswait a 'newspaper man connected with the Dexter Sentinel was here visiting with his brother William of this place. Baptismal services were held at the Baptist church last Sunday evening, and it is expected that this service will be repeated next Sunday evening. J. J. Kelley will start a new jewelry and repair shop in Bancroft as soon as more room can be had. Somebody had better hurry up sonic more new brick buildings. The horse race between the steeds of G. F. Ilolloway and Henry Merri- lield which was to have taken place last Saturday was postponed one week on account of mud. Zs'ick Sholtx, is manifesting the fact that he is a thrifty farmer by the fact that he is building new barns on bis place. IN'obody is worrying about Iowa just now but Uncle Horaces. C. B. Cannon and wife of Armstrong Grove started for Ft. Dodge last Monday to attend the Xorthwest Iowa conference under which lie will take ministerial work for the coming year. Wm. Lumbard of Buchanan county, was here last week and bought Kit) acres of Korsulh county soil of S. W. Callanan, and he expects to move here soon. He is a brother-in-law of D. C. Hewitt, Warren Peters started yesterday morning for Marion Sims Medical College, at St. Louis, which is one of the finest schools in the west, where lie will take a full course in medicine. TheX'KWS wishes him much success in his studies. Wm. J. Xew and wife of Crandon, Wisconsin are visiting with their brother-in-law John ('lenient of this place. Mr. Xew is editor of theForest Leaves.the local paper of Crandon and we hope that he will be favorably impressed with Bancroft. We are very sorry to learn that B. F. Hayden, of Bnrt township, lost his barn, some farming machinery and all his hay by lire last Sunday afternoon; but luckily all the live stock was gotten out of the barn. The fire was supposed to have been caused by children playing with matches. The foundation Harper is still busy making those fine pictures. Paul & Gray have something new to say this week. Head their ad. F. A. Bronson is plastering and fixing up his store in good shape. Go and look at that immense new stock of musical instruments at Snnd- strom's. A. Humiston, of tin's place, has had twenty years experience in the auc- tioneering business and his card appears in this issue. Look it over. There was a disgraceful three cornered light in Seneca township one day last week and the parties were brought before Squire Austin yesterday. Alex Dundas of Armstrong Grove reports that lie raised this year 17o bushels of barley on 8 acres of land. Don't tell about poor Iowa, Uncle Horace. J. G. Graham, wife and mother-in- law, started for Des Moines yesterday, where they will make a visit and from there they wiil go on to Chicago and Milwaukee, visiting friends at both places. The, old gentleman Roberts returned last Saturday from a business trip to Jerrauld county, South Dakota., where he had been looking at land with the object, .so we understand, of buying at tliat place. We acknowledge with gratitude the receipt of some very fine large plums which were grown and presented to us by 11. E. Davison. Some of these plums measured four inches in circumference. The XEWS is not in politics, but when a good local man is found wo will gladly introduce him. Bancroft presents the name of Prof. E. C. Anderson 'for the office of County Superintendent. While Mr. Anderson is not an office seeker his friends are putting him forward for the place. Prof. Anderson is a graduate of Bloomfield College, lias taught school in LuYerne, Wesley, Algona and Bancroft, and has been popular and we believe Will have many friends in each and all of: these towns who will gladly support him at the convention and the polls. llev. A. G. Ward gave a review of his three years pastorate at this place on Sunday evening last, and among other things reported the following progress; classes have been organized at Buffalo Forks. Black Cat, Fenton, llamsny, Ledyard, in the Denvpscy neighborhood and in the Isenberger neighborhood, all of which have been the result of his labors.* He has preached H7(> sermons mode S40 pastoral calls, baptized 11 infants and 49 adults, has married £3 couples. Has received 110 into full membership of whom three have died and J<» have removed. There are also 17 probationers at present. When Bev. Ward came here there were only 3d members and 7 probationers thus showing the immense amount of work done by this indefatigable servant of the Lord. In money matters he has also deen successful having collected for benevolent purposes *1(W. salaries of Pastor, Presiding Elder and Bishop $±>±>, ftu-1 and sexton SilSo, debts and improvements $(585. A largo petition from the citizens of Bancroft asking the Presiding Elder to send Bev. Ward back to this place has been successfully circulated. -Agent for- avery Call on Mm and get prices and terms. He can suit you in the selection of both wild and improved lands. S. W. Callanan, Bancroft, Iowa. VISIT OCK susmess. McLAUGHLIN & CO., Proprietors At D. R. Crowel's ECONOMY STORE. - TO MAKE ROOM FOR - last Friday afternoon and reports that prohibition is successful in the state if Maine and that every body in those parts is for Blaine for Presidentin l,Si)± A brother returned with Mr. Winter :o make a visit with him at this place. Dr. Cutler and his son Boss were out riding one day last week when one of ;he singletrees came loose, striking he horse's heels and scaring him, and n trying to hold the horse one of the ines broke, thus allowing the horses :o run away. Both the doctor and his son escaped with only a few bruises, vhich may be considered very lucky. The Republican club did not meet at he school house os Monday night be- •ause the board of directors would not allow a meeting to be held there. A number of Republicans met the aine evening at Mayne's office and ad- ourned the meeting until tomorrow igbt, when a meeting will be held in inderson's new carpenter shop. All *„„,„ „, Republicans are cordially invited. csmTof for J. J. Kelly's house east of the M. E. church is being laid. The ground plan will be two wings 1-1x14 one wing ]4x:20 and one wing l:>xis. The house will have Kift posts. This town is getting a large number of One residences. J. B. Ayle of Algona has the contract for building the house. A. Casler was in town last week and showed us some very line apples grown on the farm of J. II. Grover and others. Among the varieties were the Haas, Duches, Mann, Northwestern, Pevvau- kee, Hyslap, Red Transcendent and It yon want to hire a livery rig, Kinne & Pearson have just the outfit for vou Call on them. 1-ooJc H«r«! C. L. Mallory has plenty of old com for sale. * De Witts Sarsaprilla cleanses the blood, increases the appetite and tones up the system. It has henefitted nwny people who have suffered from blood disorders. It will help you. If you want to buy your nails and hardware cheap, give Bruer a chance to figure on your bill. New harness cheap. Also all kinds repairing done in harness line at Bruer s * others. They were as line a lot of apples as could be produced by any of the older states, and the matter of growing apples is only a question of the setting out of orchards. An old well that was supposed to have been rilled up years ago came near being the cause of an accident last week. Mrs. E. C. Anderson was out walking in the yard when she fell through a crust of dirt about two inches thick but only broke through with one foot, and upon examination it proved to be a deep well filled with water to within 15 feet of the top. These old wells should be better taken . Millinery, At and Below Cost for 40 Days. "A word to the wise is sufficient." D . B . CROWEL, - __ Bancroft, Iowa. A magnificent line of new hats and shoes just received at the "Economy Store." D. H. CllOWBL. COAL $3. for 2000 Ibs. of COAL Don't storm the system as you would a fort. If held by the enemy, constipation, gently persuade it to surrender with De Witt s Little Early Risers. These little pills are wonderful convincers. I have the Garland, Real Estate and Leader stoves.—I. J. B. * Perfect action and perfect health result from the nse of De Witt's Little Early Risers, a perfect little pill. Glidden wire cheap at I. J. Braer's. * Call on I. J. B. and see his big stock of stoves; over 100 on the floor. * I. J- B. sells the Cedar Rapids Wood Pump. * A. HUMISTON, AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales iu any part of .the county. 20 batlsiactioM guaranteed • I *J* V* J >3dlV>7 J years' experience. BANCROFT, IQWA. Artistic work guaranteed. Pictures enlarged at reasonable price*. EXCHANGE COAL & MINING Co. S°u? n c e ok,T3 p o§ oal $a50 Hard Coal Soon Wilmington, III., at $4.5O V-»Udl OUUfl* &C Of New Watches, New Musical Instruments, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Table Cutlery, Optical G-oods. Repairing & Specialty. A. SUNOSTROM. Phoenix figures. F. HOLLOWAY,

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