The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1891 · Page 3
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 7, 1891
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THE BANCROFT NEWS J. A.. BANCROFT, IOWA, OCT. 7, 1891. Chicago & North*Western B'y. HOIITH Mixed 9 Hani way freight.... Jl «wn l>assenger 4 08pm SOUTH Mixed 507pm way freight....8 15am rassenger 205pm CHURCH DIRECTORY. B ANCItOFT TEEHBYTKBIAN CHURCH, holds services in the school House, Hnnday School at 3 P.m.. preaching service at 4 p. m., Srayermeettng Thursday evening. Everybody fnvfted. KEV. V. WILLIAMS. Pastor. B ANCROFT BWKDI8H LUTHKHAN CHURCH, meotinf! morning and evening one Sunday In each month and two evening meetings in i& month. Sunday School at 12 m. each Sunday, Ladle's Aid Society meets every other Friday. Kiev. A. ELFSTROM, Pastor. 1TBEE METHODIST CHURCH, Preaching ser- h V»B at Warner school _ house at 10 £ clock a. a.m.. at Bancroft school house at 2 p.m. and at Bratland school house at 8 p. m.; all of these on the A. A. Call was in town yesterday. R. J. Hunt waa in Bancroft last Monday. W. A. Hough was a Bancroft visitor last Saturday. Dr. Vought of Livermore was in town on business last Friday. Ellis don't know the difference between a velocipede and a bicycle. Kobert Smith, of Irvington, was up to visit B. F. Crose last Thursday. Dr. Cutler reports that Elwin Davison's chances for Recovery are good. Campbell & Ileynolds are putting in a new furnace at the Catholic church. The Loyalist society of the Baptist church had election of officers last night. F IKST uAi'TisT OHURCH, of Bancroft, preaching service each Sunday at 10 -.30 a. m. and 8 p. m.7 Sunday School at 12 m.. Lords supper the first Sunday In each month at 1 p. m., pray : Loyalists meet OH Tuesday oveniHg,"Covenant meeting the last er meeting Thursday evening, Friday evening "in ekih month, choir-practice Saturclay evening.. Everybody Invited, strang- ng. erVespeclally welcome REV. L. A. UMMTNS. Pastor. B ANCROFT M. each Sunday . K. CHURCH, preaching service ,ay at 10 -.30 a. m. and 8 p. m,, class meeting preceding each service at ringing of second belt, Sunday School at 12 m., , Jfcp- worth League on Tuesday evening, piayei meeting Tliursdav evening, choir rehearsal Friday evening. Ladle's Aid Societv meets Wednesday afternoon. A cordial invitation is extended to all to S T. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, regular services : Instruction from 10 to 10 :30 a. m., high mass and sermon from 10 :30 to 12, Holy mass each morning in the week at 7 a. m.,Mar- ried Ladle's Society meets the first Sunday of every month after the sermon. Young Ladle's Society meets the second Sunday of every month after the sermon, Young Men's Society meets the third Sunday of every month altei the sermon. Everybody is invited to attend these servi §, eA ^ UKU A _ j. BCHBMMKL, Pastor. PICKEW UP IN THE STREET. B. F. Crose is on the mend. Hurrah for the corn that grew. Wonder if Boies will c;o to the Corn Palace. It takes the Britt Tribune to roast Hinchon to a turn. F. W. Dingley of Algona was up this way on Saturday last. A. H. Hotelling of "VVhittemore was in Bancroft last Wednesday. Geo. F. Constans, of Blue Earth City, was down last Saturday. G. W. Sweet is building a new residence north of Rev. Richie's. Phil Coleman has been laid up with a sore hand for the past few days. M. L. Clarke and C. L. Lund visited in Bancroft several days last week. Mrs. Neminers and children joined her husband at this place Saturday. The little Giant "got there" and the dark horse was nowhere to be found. Chas. E. Mallory started on a tea delivery trip toward Britt, last Monday. J. N. Brown of Blue Earth City was in town on Thursday and Friday of last week. C. L. Ostrander was at Burt last week getting ready a place for his harness shop. Thos. Gannon and H. O. Bruer went to Sioux City to take in the corn palace last Monday. R. W. McGetchie, who will probably be the next democratic candidate for sheriff was in town last Thursday. The E. L. Ward and C. R. Morehouse residences and the Elmore Flour Exchange are nearly completed. The Ladies Foreign Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. C. R. Morehouse this afternoon. A visitor to the Bancroft schools cannot help but think that our schools are equal to if not superior, to any in the county. E. O. Roberts went to Woonsocket, South Dakota, last Monday to see about some grain that was raised on his farm at that place. A number of the little friends of Otto Biner gave him a surprise party last Wednesday evening, and the children all report a good time. Harry Dodge, of Irvingtou, stopped off from the 9 o'clock accommodation last Monday to say that the Republican ticket would run well in Irvington. Biehmond's new bank furniture is in and the painting nearly completed and it will make a creditable appearance and an important improvement for the town- Dr. Peters has sold his Eamsay farm to Messrs G. H. Miller and A. A. Strong of Pocahontas County. The Dr. expects to go south for his health this winter but will not give possession of the farm till spring. Father Schemmel returned last Saturday from Dubuque where he had been attending the jubilee anniversary of the elevation of Bishop Heu- nessy to the Bishopric. He reports a large attendance and a good time. At the regular meeting of the town Council last Monday night, the Marshal was ordered to enforce the Sun- law as far as it relates to Dell Barslou and Frank Horton went to the Sioux City Corn Palace on Monday last. A sister of S. II. Breese has bought the O. A. Searle place west of town for $3000. Turn out and hear the Chinaman who gives the entertainment a week from tonight. Ed Mantor and Ben Haggard two of Algona's boys were up this way last Saturday. Mrs. Mat Freelinger returned from a weeks visit last Monday. Mat has been "baching" it. The Ramsay township board of trustees had a meeting last Monday at Henry Merrifield's. Rev. Bloemendal, of Ramsay, returned from a visit to his brother who lives at Sheldon, on Saturday last. The Northern Iowa Baptist Association meets in Livermore next Thursday and the local church will be represented. Mr. and Mrs. A. Branson, of Waterloo, who have been visiting their relatives at this place returned home last Monday. Mr. H. J. Pierce and wife and Mrs. R. Roberts of Clear Lake have been here visiting at O. E. Bliss during the past week. J. B. Mouse! and Miss Annie Smith are to be married today at the Catholic church. The "NEWS" wishes them much happiness. Rev. Wm. M. Richie went to Goldfield last Monday to attend the United Presbyterian Presbytery which is being held at that place this week. Wm. Gourley, of Eagley, is building a residence on his 240 acre farm in Harrison township. We need plenty of just such farmers as Mr. Gourley. D. A. Haggard, J. E. Jones, J. B. Winkel and John Brass came up from Algona last Monday morning to get some of the pure ozone of the north end to start with for the week. Geo. Nemmers is building a residence north of Sam Mayne's that will be 16 x 24 with a wing whose dimensions will be 14 x 14 all to be 16 feet high. O. E. Bliss will do the carpenter work. Olaf Pearson has sold out his interest in the firm of Kinne & Pearson to F. W. Kinne, and has rented his own barn to John Meinberg and will hereafter devote his whole time to clerking in Johnson's store. The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church gave a reception to Rev. Luce, the new minister, at the residence of Dr. F. H. Cutler last Wednesday night and a pleasant eyening was spent with social converse, games, charades etc. The Good Templars will give another Union Gospel Temperance meeting at the Baptist church next Sunday evening. These meetings have been a success in the past so much so that a good audience will undoubtedly greet them at this Meeting. Rev. L. O. Sutherland came via Bancroft last Wednesday to preach at Swan Lake, but was delayed here on account of rain and remained with Rev. Williams and on the Sabbath he preached at Armstrong Grove Bronson's school house and in the evening at Burt. Thomas Holland, one of the best farmers and most respected citizens of Seneca township, died one day last Paul Sands stayed in Bancroft over Sunday. C. C. Chubb and son, Collie, were in these parts on Monday. Land seekers have been here at the rate of 20 a day for the past week. E. P. Bacon and his brother, who is visiting him, paid Bancroft a visit last Monday. T. M. Ostrander is rejoicing over the advent of a bran new boy at his place last Sabbath afternoon. Cigars are plenty. A. Smith, the flour exchange man, went to his home in Mankato last Sabbath, on account of one of his children being sick. J. O. McKinsey, of Bagley, Iowa, has bought an 80 of land in Harrison township, and is now building and getting ready to move. Bancroft got nothing from last weeks Republican convention and it remains to be seen whether they wrll fare the same way today at the democratic convention. J. B. Bengtson came near having a runaway by tying his team to the fence around the town pump last Saturday, but luckily no further damage than a broken tongue was the result. W. A. Chipman,. of Portland township, was in town last Tuesday, and seemed to make a very favorable impression on all''who met him. Mr. Chipman is one of the best farmers in the county and since he received the nomination so nearly unanimous, we venture the prediction that he will make a very strong man for the office of Treasurer. The M. E. Sunday School starts out well under the new officers. The teachers elected are as follows; Mrs. Cutler, Mrs. Crowell, Miss Vinton, Mrs. Mayne, B. F. Wickwire, J. F. Doderer, D. Crowel. All are invited to attend, come and they will do you good. Mr, W. J. Foo Shun, a Chinaman, who is preparing himself for the A man who has, practiced medicine for 40 years, ought to know salt from sugar: read what he says: TotEDO, 0.,Jan. 10,1887. Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co.—Gentlemen:—I have been in the general practice of medicine for moat 40 years, and would say that in all my practice and experience have never seen a preparation thai I could perscribe with as much confidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you. Have prescribed it a great many times and its effect is wonderful, and would say in conclusion that I have yet to find a case of Catarrh that I would not cure, if they would take it according to directions. Yours Truly, L. L. GORSUCH, M. D. Office 215, Summit St. We will give $100 for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. F. J. CHKNEY & Co., Props., 'Toledo O. by Druggists, 75c. 51—54. A. HUM1STON, / AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales in any part of the county. 20 years' experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. GALLION BROS. Done anywhere in the County At M M Prices, We guarantee— THE YELLOWSTONE PARK LfflE, The Northern Pacific Wonderland embraces a list of atvactlons simply unequalled. The Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis at the head of navigation on the Mississippi, Duluth, Ashland and the Superiors at the head of Lake Superior ; to the westward, the Lake Park Region of Minnesota, the lied River Valley of the Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman and the Gallalin Valley, Helena and Butte, Mlssoula and the Bitter Hoot valley. Clark's Fork of the Columbia, Lakes Pend d' Orellle and Coeur d' Alene, Spokane City and Falls, Palouse, Walla Walla, Big Bend and Yakima agricultural districts. Mt. Taunma and the Cascade Mountains, Tacoma, Seattle, Puy- alluj) Valley, Snoqualme Falls Pugot Sound, the Columbia River, Portland and the Willamette Valley, Gray's Harbor and City Willapa Harbor and City of South Bend, Victoria on Vancouver's Island, Alaska on the north, and California on the south. The Northern Pacific runs two dally express trains with Dining Car and complete Pullman Service between St. Paul and Tacoma and Portland, VIM Helena and Butte with Through Tourist and Vestibuled Pullman Sleepers from and to Chicago via Wisconsin Central, and first class through sleeping car service in eon- nectlon with the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Passengers from the east leaving St. Louis in the forenoon and Chicago in the afternoon, will make close connections with the morning train out of St. Paul at 9 -.00 a. m. following day ;leaving Chicago at night, connection will be made with Train No. 1, leaving St.Paul 4 :1G the next afternoon. Yellowstone Park Season, June 1st to October Int. District Passenger Agents of the Northern Pacific Railroad will take pleasure in supplying information, rates, maps, time tables, etc.. or application can be made to CHAS. S. FEE, G. P. A., St Paul, Minn. Write to above address for the latest and best map yet published of Alaska—just out. Plenty of later Or no Pay. T. M. OSTEANDER, Veterinary * Surgeon Bancroft, Iowa. Has his barn ready for the sick and lame horses, so bring them along. Charges reasonable. F.A.BRONSON -Dealer in- Sewing Machines, Carpets, Pictures and Frames. BURIAL CASKETS. Undertaking a Specialty. F. A. KENYON BANCROFT, IOWA. Phoenix House, BANCROFT, IOWA. Now running under new management. -Agent f or- ministry will give a sfcereopticon entertainment in the M. E. church on Wednesday evening, Oct. 14. He will appear in Chinese costume, will sing Chinese songs and take his audience on a trip through China, giving more than one hundred places of interest. Give him a good house and thus help the missionary cause. Admission 25 and 15 cents. The democrats of Greenwood town-, ship held their caucus last Monday evening at Kenyon's land office. J. A. Winkel was elected chairman and R. II. Woodworth secretary after which a committee was appointed by the chairman to retire and report a list of names for delegates. The following names were submitted and voted upon favorably as delegates. J. G. Graham, Dr. Busby, F. A. Kenyon, J. J. Kelly, A. F. Steinberg and J. A. Campbell. A motion was made advising the delegates to work for G. V. Davis, Jr., for sheriff as long as they thought it prudent so to do. Callanan &• Savery This space is reserved for Dr L. K. Garfield, who will sell U any bicycle not represented by Agts. in Algona X 0 Call on him and get prices and terms. He can suit you in the selection of both wild and improved lands. S. W. Callanan, Bancroft, Iowa. C. E. MALLOKY. J. S. HOFITJS. SCHOOL NKWS. The fall term of school is ten weeks in length. Only four weeks more, then comes a two weeks vacation. The school board has fixed the tuition of non-resident pupils at $2.50 per month, payable in advance. There are six pupils in the 9th grade. If they continue faithful they will form the graduating class of 1893. The course is ten years in length. A few new boards in the walk that leads from the Tallman House to the school house would be very beneficial to the pupils. Report of the Bancroft public schools for the month ending Sept. 26,1891. Enrollment 162 Average belonging 152 Average attending 138 Dropped for non-attendance 15 Re-entered 9 Tardies ,.. • 91 Per cent of attendance 91 Per cent of punctuality 98i Number not tardy or absent 34 Enrollment for the first month of school year 1890 150 Increase in enrollment 12 J. F. DODEKEB, Principal. Every day sees some new book, but vve have ^ccn recently not one of such general interest to the farmer as that published by "JONES OF BINGHAMTON," at Binghamton, N. Y., en- •itled "Facts about Scales," and gives costs, wtents, &c., and is sent free as an advertise- nent. A postal card will get it. LEGAL BLANKS o FOR SALE o At REPUBLICAN OFFICE week and the funeral was held at the Catholic church last Monday. A large procession followed the remains to the new Catholic cemetery. We hope to be able to publish the Obituary next week. Livermore department, Humboldt Independent: Eev. A. W. Luce has labored for the past year so satisfactorily with the Methodist society and shown such tact in bringing the stray sheep to the fold, thai all hoped he would be privileged to continue the work here yet awhile longer, but the powers that govern the appointments, saw fit to locate him the coming year at Bancroft, where there is need of a live worker and lots of good material to work on, and if the Bevernd works as he has been wont to do here, it will be all that oaa be expected of, a minister—a erecUt to BUSINESS LOCALS. If you want to hire a livery rig, Kinne & Pearson have just the outfit for you. Call on them. Perfect action and perfect health result from the use of De Witt's Little Early Risers, a perfect little pill. Look Here! C. E. Mallory has plenty for sale. of old corn * De Witts Sarsaprilla cleanses the blood, increases the appetite and tones up the system. It has benefited many people who have suffered from blood disorders. It will help you. Perhaps you did not know it, but it is a fact that we the largest Tea business in Northern Iowa. Have just received A CARLOAD OF TEA of the choicest grades in the market. Rose Japan, Oolong, Young Hyson £ in small quantities or bulfc-OfflE^P FOR GASH. Mail orders promptly attended to. FIR/HSU FRUITS IN THEIR SEASON. Free City Delivery. Phoenix Livery, Feed and Sale -A, 33 Xj 3ED. ^^^ ^^w «^^^^ w^^vp HHHMBIIV The finest turnouts furnished on short notice and at reasonable figures. Give us a trial; we are sure to suit. G. F. HOLLOWAY. If you want the "News" in every sense of ttia word, about Bancroft, and want a Comity p&* per that is the best, get the REPUBLICAN AND NEWS together for the price of one County paper. Don't fo; that we do Job Work, advertising, get out fine etc, etc. Call on J, At FRELQIf;

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