THE BANCROFT SANCftOFT, IOWA, NOV. 25,1991. Chicago & North-Western JEt'y, WORTH SOUTH Mixed oiiam Mixed...., 5 oTom way freight....H 43am way freight....a isatn passenger 4 ospm Passenger <i ospm — services School ut .1 prayer nice CHURCH DIRECTORY. i-nnain-TKniAN cntrucn, holds In the school house, Stimlay .1 p. in,, iiri-.achiiiK service sit 4 p. m,, cetlns Thursday evening. Kvprvbody RKV. D. Wir.nTAMs, Pastor. SWKDTSH LUTHKHAX C'ltUIU'It ineotliifl morning and evmmiK onn Sunday' in each month and two evening moctliurs i a MU S A!", ( ^ V , S ?" 001 !1 5 ' 2 '»• « «h Smu ay Ladle's Aid Society meets i-vnry other Friday "_KV.;A. KiwrRojg, Pastor. ' iiAt-riST ciiunoii, of Bancroft, nreacli- sn n K rv ce c i u '' S , UI1(Ul y llt 1( > '•'» H. in and f.P-ni-. Sunday School at la m.. Lords suniipr the llrat Sundiiy In each month at 1 p.m., prayer meeting Tluirsday evening, Loyalists iippt- (1y 01 "" Oov' NEWS. oyster supper Kiev. L. A. 'CUMMIWB. Pastor. B *-» n^ each M "" at preaching sorvleo m '">' «7r>V.HT'V """' """"'t-v Dujioiu ivi 12 in., J?n. worth League on Tuesday eveniiiK nraver meeting TTmrsday evening, cho • felienrsul ne'fernS |JR '"A C ' S Al !i Mtv meeta Wed- ne?ci;iy afternoon. A «ord at Invitation is PV- tenduil to all to attend tl)es" service" KKV. A. W. LUCK, Pastor. S 'vi?^ if A i TIIO H 1(! < ;riuji e". regular ser- iTi^i, m™ : lr ' stni()tio " fl '<»n 10 to 10:80 a. in., JilglimaHs ami sormoii from 10 :30 to 12. II o v ,"in,f f ! ! n n '.""i 1 " 1 , 1 -' '» the weok at 7 a. m. Married Ladle's Society meets the first Sunday of every month after the sermon. Yoini K adi("s So 0 ' 61 * 'f>eets the second Sunday of every 'th^inv IT™""' }"»«"« Men's SooiStv the third Sunday of every month ' "™ KATHKR A. ,T. SciusMMKt,, Pastor. PICKED UV IN THE 8TKEKT. Subscribe for the JSTi^vs. Don't forget the supper to-morrow .night. How about those "N's" on the window. J. A. Campbell -was at the Hub on Friday last. The Nichols school, east of town began last Monday. A. D. Clarke was a caller in our busy town last Thursday. Don't forget the Thanksgiving supper at the Templar's Hall. Geo. F. Constans of Blue Earth City was clown on business last Friday. O. L. Harper, who makes those beauteous pictures, was at Algona last Thursday. C. It. Morehouse moved into their Don't tonight. Miss Ida Swanson was down from Ledyard last Saturday, Chas. Qdell went to Abington, Minn., last week to visit friends. D. Sterling is doing a rushing pump business at present. Miss Grace Llttlefleld was at Algona on business last Saturday. R. E. Davison has some fine Plymouth Bock roosters for sale. Street Commissioner Gallion fixed up the Phoenix crossing last Saturday. Miss Mamie Scully visited friends in Bancroft last Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Luce's little son, Willie, has been sick with tonsilitis for the past week. A social gathering was had at T. 0 Butterfleld's in Portland township last Thursday night. Miss Gazelle Alcorn and the Misses JTish came up from the Northern Iowa Normal School last Friday. Union Thanksgiving services will be held to-morrow at the M. E. church at 10 o'clock. All are invited. Chas. Shanor, the Elmore railroad man, was down shaking hands with old acquaintances last week. in south Bancroft last new house Thursday. Wolves are very plenty in these parts and the wonder is that no one hunts them for the bounty. Eeiling & Co. have a new engine and •pip in the old Jordan elevator. B.D. puts in the pump. iMiss Emma Smith was down from pr school in Swea last Saturday and pent the Sabbath at homo. The I. O. G. T. boys had the lodge proom painted as a surprise to the youno- ladies of the lodge, last week. Mrs. Hattie Watkins will come from '.Nebraska to-morrow to take part in the family reunion at G. W. Sweet's. A family west of town have broken up because, it is said, the husband frequents the billiard hall too often. Andrew Larson goes to Ames, Iowa, next Monday to take a course in college. Good luck to you, Andrew. Revival meetings began at the M. E. K 1 t ><*-.l\ Innl. C! !1 Alex Wilson, south of town, expects to spend the winter in Canada. He will return in the spring, however. Prof. J. W. Case has been heard from at Minneapolis where he is working under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. The Baptist pulpit committee is making strenuous efforts to secure a pastor for the church, but have been unsuccessful so far. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Graham of Hurt were in town the latter part of last week and Mrs. Graham will remain for a short time on a visit. Win. Gallion has been making some improvements on his barn, etc., and also has been painting his house inside and out during the week. Rev. Luce of Sioux City, a brother of our M. E. pastor, returned home from the Annual District Conference with the latter and is making him a visit. J. F. Bromark who has been visiting relatives and doing some artistic work m the painting line for a number of weeks returned home to Chicago last Monday evening. Come all ye who are weary and have had no Thanksgiving dinner to the Good Templar's Hall on Thanksgiving night, and you can get a number one meal for a quarter. Miss Julia CoiBn of Seneca has been very sick with the diphtheria for some time past. LATKK—Miss Julia Coffin died last Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. W. E. Jordan returned home from Evanston last Monday and reports that the family are nearly settled and that Miss Alice Farvour was up from Hurt last Saturday. A child of J. p. Gray, of Seneca, is reported as being sick. Robert Gabriel of Lake City, Minn., Was in town last Saturday, C. B. Kegley of Ames visited . Campbell one day last week. Farmers are working early Imd late to get out their corn that is left in the Storm doors and windows have been going on at a great rate during the past week. Jas. Coleman reports a good and profitable time at the State Convention of Epworth Leagues. W. A. Richmond of Armstrong Grove began his school in Denmark township last Monday. _ Miss Mamie Scully begins her school mthelwsbie neighborhood in Seneca township next Monday. ' Mrs. Manuel Hawkes, who lives southwest of town, has been sick for sometime, but is imp l0 ving at present. W. S. Furry will take work for the new process laundry at Cedar l?n,pk], which guarantees its work. He scn( i s away washing on Mondays. Give him a trial, boys. Hand in $1 to C. R. Morehouse and A. HUM18TON, AUCTIONEER. BANCROFT, n , n , ,ee arged at reasonable prices. IOWA, . Pictures en- T. M. OSTKANDER, Veterinary + Surgeon Bancroft, Iowa. 1orie « 8ot nntl '«"n° h" along. oi m |. Kes reasonable. The New Jewelry Store Is where you can get a bargain in Fine Watches, Olooks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bancroft, Iowa. Is turn settled in its newly arranged building in the RICHMOND BLOCK Where we are prepared to treat you In the Best of Styled Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. J\ . . ouse an become a member of the City Library Association and let yourself and family get the benefit of this grand collection ot books during the long winter evenings that are at hand. " you wanve^rig, Kinne & Pearson have just the outfit for you Call on them. •Jf, ni £ 8n10flTof tbe merits of Witt's He-Why are you so sad, darling? She-I was just thinking, dearest, that • BANCROFT, IOWA. ' Now running under new management. GALLION BROS! ., . , "•"»> uuuresi, llia tins was the last evening we cov]d be to gether till tomorrow. You don't want a torpid liver Notice to Builders. - -UHIIVI (M; |JJ I. J. HllUEll. ' Done anywhere in the County At Bed Rock Prices, We guarantee— Plenty of later Or no Pay. NOTICE n u «v^n'i* ii u uiic ixLi j^j. church last Sunday evening and will continue each evening during the week. A. A. Sifert stepped off of the train long enough to say "how's election r"' last Saturday. He was on his way to Ledyard. A. Sundstrom has been putting in some new show cases and painting up kliis store in preparation for his stock of Inoliday goods. B. F. Hayden of Burt township was n town last Thursday and reports that ^e farmers are getting out their corn 1 a , fast rate out his way. . E. Stephenson,of the Mutual Ben- -anil Life Insurance Company of IWewwk, -N- J-. was in town last week I and had plenty of business. The question of bonding the town id not bring out a very full vote last nday, there being Ou i y twelve votes feast, all of which were in favor of [bonding the town for 38,500, to carry the schools. A fourteen year old son of II Tlior- son,of Seneca, had his leg broken by having the horse he was riding stumble and fall upon hi m . A pUysician was called, and the boy is doing as well as may be expected. P. J. Merrill of Seneca hauled i« 100 they are well pleased with their new home. Mr. Jordan is here on business. C. S. Christianson, an expert jeweler who learned his trade in the old country and who has worked at his trade in Ilumpton, Iowa, for over two years will work for A. Sundstrom and we presume will be at work by the time this paper is printed. We made a mistake last week in saying that Eico Brothers came from Estherville and also in saying To.Ino. K. McOutchiii, "" JJi "Hi <lity of Nov. A. D. ip 0 l TF GrcaC-'OAi.!-,. Holder of jDertlHuate. Eiitor of tie IE? S, F. A. BKON8ON Correspondents and References, Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago, Illinois Citizens' National Bank, Des Moines, Iowa. St. Paul National Bank, St. Paul, Minnesota. Farmers' National Bank, Hudson, New York. Richard Roosman, Claverack, New York A. B. R ,CHMOND R ' Cashier. Also in this building will be found the Pioneer Land,Loan and Insurance Agency of Bancroft, ESTABLISHED IN 1881. A large list of wild lands for sale sSeTr rtn?. Sewing Machines, Carpets, Pictures and Frames. BURIAL CASKETS. Undertaking » Specialty. —. — „.,« .nav> in anting mat they were related to the Roberts brothers. They are from La Porte City Black Hawk county, and are not related to the Messrs. Roberts. Thomas .Button secured a job as a brakeman on the C. & y. w. R H and after working for only a short time hud his fingers smashed between the bumpers of the cars. We understand that it became necessary to amputate one of the lingers. Ho is at Eagle Grove. b Call on or address us. They Buy for Cash and they Sell for Cash! Also Caps Gloves and Mittens, Shoes, Overshoes, Kmt Boots, German Socks, Woolen Socks, etc. -Agent for- •- — rw«v*v»* •w.ctu.tCvi MJ ilHJ feushels of flax to a loud one day last Week. By the way, Mr. Merrill will put np a new house and barn in the near future which fact proves that Mr, M^VT "01 must be prospering, 2- Roberts of St. Anthony's Park will ** nlf this evening at tbe Theosopfclo- adquarters, 902 Jfew York Life. The new town hall, will be built north of J. E. Russell's residence. The building committee has been appointed, llie plans and specifications have been drawn up and call for a building 40x80 29 feet high. The material will be of steel, brick and steel roof and ceiling. H ork will begin on the hall soon. B. E. Davison received a letter from us old army captain from whom he had received no letter since he saw him captured at the battle of Gettysburg He reminded Mr. Davison of the time when tbe latter took the colors from a fallen comrade and carried them forward to victory in a very trying time in the battle. The news of tbe recommendation of Sam Mayue as postmaster when it became known was received with satis, faction by the majority of the citizens. —Bancroft Register. Wonder if Mr Ellis saw that petitioij of names to the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General which had on it nearly eyei-y man's name that lives 'within tfce corporate Upjts of Bancroft. Wfcen y ou talk about majorities, MivEIUs, juat xaA Tn dmftui* +-iir>^j,T-»^—._j*j* « _ i Millinery, .Millinery, Mminery. Remember the Place: Crowd's "Economy Store." — —^— Tl!_ • '__ ^ Bancroft is the Place and Callanan & Savery /HIM Call on him and get prices and terms. He can suit you in the selection of both wild and improved lands. are the boys who keep W. D. Johnson & Co.'s The Seneca Creamery Hea s(iy TVTi*Nnr« J w' 1 °~~- te tliaa * e B ° 0fte ^ oal k 00 ^ f «»8 <HU$rs here. ^SXPEIS.IS C ? AL Callanan, Bancroft, Iowa. Phoenix Hver5r ieed TCP '^^^^^^PBi ™ Gt F. HOLLOWAY. If you want the "News" & erery sen^oflhl word about Bancroft, aM want & County $'• per that is the best, get the REPUBLICAN AND NEWS " Job Work, advertising, get ou t lUon ' ; ' • • - ' .
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month