The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1891 · Page 3
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 9, 1891
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THE BANCROFT NEWS J. A.. BANCROFT, loWA.JPmjU<^ North-Western B'y. Chicago NOftTH jvtlxcd . ...oilaro •way freight....)! 43am passenger * ospm 80UTM Mixed RO-pm •way freight....R 16am passeriuei 1 2 ospm CHURCH DIRECTORY. B ANCROFT PBESUrrKIUAN CHURCH, holds services in the school house, Snnday - p.m.. preaching service at4p.m. ling Thursday r~"- " l "" 1 ' UKV. 1). B ANCROFT SWKDISH MJTHKKAN CHURCH, meeting morning and evening one Sunday F IRST DAi'TiST oHuneH, of Bancroft, preach Inn service each Sunday at 10 :30 u. m. ana 8 r> m.7 Sunday School at 12 in.. Lords supper the first Sunday in each month at 1 p. m., prayer meeting' Thursday evening, loyalists meet on Sunday evening, Covenant meeting the last Friday" vening in each month, choir practice Saturday evening. Everybody invited, strangers especially welcome. ^ , CUMMINS<pastor . B ANCROFT M. M. CHURCH, preaching service paeli Sunday at 10 :30 a. m. and 8 p.m. ° niiiiv (to m »ov/ <*• *ii" »*«"« «-* !*• •••)! cTass meeting preceding each service at ringing of second hell, Sunday School at 12 m., Kp- worth League on Tuesday evening, prayer meeting TTinrsday evening, choir rehearsal Friday Evening. Ladle's Aid Society meesWed- nesday afternoon. A cordial invitation is extended to all to ' Don't fail to attend the supper tonight. The Masons elect their new officers tonight. J. H. Peterson was up from the hub last Saturday. W. C. Danson had business in Bancroft last Friday. James Roberts had business at Algona last Saturday. E. W. Lewis of Algona visited Bancroft on Saturday last. E. L. Ward talks of moving to California in the near future. Hels Martin and Wm. Klein went to Chicago with cattle last week. J. G. Edwards was seen on our treets last Friday and Saturday. Miss Alice Farvour visited friends outheast of town on Saturday last. Alex Wilson will sell at public auct- on all of his farm property on Dec. 13. Miss Adda Davison was home from her Burt township school over Sunday. C. L. Ostrander of Burt spent the Henry Elvidge the Burt butcher in town last Monday. Ben Mayhew spent the Sabbath with his parents last Sabbath. John Johnson our genial lather spent the Sabbath with relatives in • Burt township. Flora Wilson is visiting in Chicago and is also laying in a big stock of goodsfor the store. Wm. Musson and J. J. Budlongwent to Algona last Monday to attend court and serve as jurors. Miss Carrie Kelling of Goldfleld, is A. HUM1STON, AUCTION EEJR. Will cry sales In any part of the county. 20 years' experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. S T. JOHN'S OATIJOLTO CHUBCH, regular sci- vices : Instruction from lo to 10 :30 a. m., high mass and sermon from 10 :30 to 12. Holy mass each morning in the week at 7 a. ^..Married 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 aftei the sermon. Everybody is invited to attenc these stil ' vi ^ HE , B Af j, sciiBMMKL, Pastor. PICKED UP IN THE STREET. visiting the family of W. W. Wilson and will make an extended visit. Frank Echelbarger is putting on horse shoes at a great rate having put on 04 shoes last Monday. Frank says be can shoe anything that walks on four legs and wears hair. Bancroft's Liberty Pole. Bancroft's first and only liberty pole, (the ye (de) scribe (him,) of the Gimlet I arose last week and after Sunday in- BANCROFT, IOWA, Artistic work guaranteed. Pictures en- arged at reasonable prices. _ T. M. OSTRANDER, Veterinary + Surgeon Bancroft, Iowa. Has his 1>arn ready rov the sick, and lame horses, so bring them along. Charges reasonable. Farmers and Traders Bank Is now settled in its newly arranged building in the RICHMOND BLOCK Where we are prepared to treat you the Best of Styled Phoenix House, BANCROFT, IOWA. Hogs are coming in at a great rate. , Sammie Stahl is working at th Phoenix. Paris Green will come home to spend the holidays. Bert Streater says Portland is noted for runaways. B. W. Haggard was a Bancroft caller last Thursday. H. N. Renfrew went to Peotone, Illinois, last Wednesday. Samuel Mayne will take possession of the post office on January first. Miss Nellie Salisbury spent last Sabbath with her parents near Algona. What's the matter with having a genuine old fashioned spelling school ? J. G. Graham returned from a three day's visit to Chicago last Thursday. A bad abscess was taken off the face of a child of Price Cunningham's lately- Glen Davidson is well again after being under the weather for a few days. Harley Day, of the Continental in- Miss Emma Smith was down from fu]]y reading the tirade sev eral times her school in Swea township last Sat- Qne CQmeg tQ the conc] > us i on that he urday. meant to say that the persons who sign- A supper will be given-at the Bap- e( j M. A. Turner's post office petition tist church to night by the Ladies Aid were as ignorant of the contents as was Society. Ellis himself, and he also tries to say Win Stahl and Lela Davison spent that he does not care to discuss the last Sabbath at T. L. Crusis in Eamsey matter any more. We don't blame you township. at »U for n °t wanting a discussion of Wonder what is the matter with the the subject as every school boy in town ^^correspondent. Wake up Uows M, and Mrs C. A. Ordway = t^^Spe^^ Richards of Ledyard were m Bancroft ^ ^ ^ appointment of Mr . last Saturday. 1 Mayne. But then, Ellis is kicking 1 Now running under new management. GALLION BROS. I Done anywhere In the County At Bed Bock Prices, Bev. Luce's family was made happy 1 himself because he signed Turner's pe- We guarantee- last Sabbath by the arrival of a boy of tition without knowing it to be a pro- j normal weight. test and he imagines everybody else to C. F. Buker was down from Swea be as badly sold as himself. It is I last Saturday and reports school as simply another case of "didn't know it progressing finely. was loaded." Vernie you had better Mrs C. Nelson of Belleville Kansas | S° home and feed those chickens or] Plenty of Water Or no Pay. surance company week. J. J. Kelly has was in town last _ on a fine stock of holiday goods which he says he can sell very cheap. We welcome the Ledyard Times and if it keeps up as it has started it will be a hummer. John Newman and his sister have moved into the Carpenter residence west of the track. Dell Gardner came home from Independence last Saturday, and seemed to be much improved. Esther Adolphson will come home from Callanan college at Des Moines to spend the holidays. Miss Caroline Wesley will come home from the State Normal school to spend the holiday vacation. Rev. A. K. Luce, of Britt, assisted Rev. A. W. Luce of this place, in the revival meetings one evening last week. Alice Wunn of Fenton was given a birthday party by her friends last week. A good time was reported by theyoung is visiting Mrs. James -Roberts north of town at present. Nels Erickson a former clerk in Berrymans drug store was a Bancroft caller last Saturday. B. D. Sterling put in one pump for each day last week and it wasn't much of a time for pumps either. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hanna of Burt township spent the Sabbath with friends and relatives in Bancroft. Fred Waterhouse made one of his periodical trips to Bancroft in the interest of his cigar and tobacco house. There is some talk going on in the churches of having a Uuion Christmas tree at the Baptist church on Christmas eve. Willie Musson returned home from Southern Minnesota one day last week where he had been workiug i'or an devour that thorobred Jersey calf. F.A.BKONSON people. H. P Christiansen o£ Fenton had . the misfortune to have one of his fingers taken off in a feed mill one day last week. J. E. Paul and wife have moved into the rooms over the Boettcher meat market, which were formerly occupied by II. Austin. James Roberts lost a black hog •weighing 150 Ibs. last week and would like to hear from any one that is acquainted with its whereabouts. Rev. R. W. Hughes a half brother of Rev. Williams of this place made the latter a visit several days last week. He is the Congregational minister at Grinnell. Wm. Campbell informs us that J. H. Grove, of Portland, sold him seventy- flye hogs last week that would average 300 pounds apiece. How is that for poor Iowa? The Baptists received their new bell last week and it has been raised BO that its cheerful tones will hereafter warn the wayward sinner that it is time he came to church. Hal Pettiboae got on, toe train at Benwick last Sunday injfcen4ing to make Bancroft a visit, Uut the uncle. Eev. Ward of Lake Mills, came over last Monday and assisted Bev. Luce in the Monday night meeting which was a great success. The meetings at the M. E. church are continuing and there have been a number who say that they will live a better life as a result. The family of II. L. Innman are rejoicing over the arrival of a bran new ten pound boy that made his advent last Saturday morning. The father is able to be around. J. G. Graham's house oawght fire last Friday on the inside but by hard work by three men it was put out so that it did little damage besides burning a hole in a partition. Ole Johnson who has been working for J. J. Budlong went to Chicago with cattle, and from there he went tp his native land, Norway, for a visit, aed it is said that he will not return alon£, Bev. A. C. Zellhoefer pastor of j the Baptist church at Eagle Grove will occupy the Baptist pulpit next Sunday Bev. Z. is said to be a fine speaker pid we hope Bancroft will give him a house. \ Yesterday was the day ananally Observed by Catholics as the day of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the local church op- served the day with appropriate sev- vices. The Marshal did some good service last week by stabling horses that remained standing in the street a If you want to hire a livery rig, Kinne ] & Pearson have just the outfit for you. Call on them. PUBLIC SAIiK. Alex Wilson will sell at public auction on Tuesday, Dec. 15, at 10 o'clock the following property: M cows coming fresh this winter, 1 mare 6 years old with foal, 1 gelding 8 years old, 1 colt 2 years old, 2 yearling colts, 1 good brood mare 5 years old, one brood mare 8 years old with foal, one brood mare 10 years old with foal, one brood mare 7 years old, one gelding 8 years old, N. C. Thompson sulky plow, set double harness, stirring plow, cultivator, self binder, corn planter nearly new, check rower, Buckeye seeder nearly new, hay rake, iron drag, cook stove and other articles. D. A. Haggard will cry the sale. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking business transacted. Passenger tickets to or from the old countries sold at the lowest rates. 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. R. M. RICHMOND, A. B. RICHMOND, President. Cashier. Also in this building will be found the Pioneer Land,Loan and Insurance Dealer in Agency of ESTABLISHED 1881 Sewing Machines, Carpets, Pictures and Frames. BURIAL CASKETS. Undertaking a Specialty. !!!••••• GiTe Your Orders for Joli fort to the Editor of tHe NEWS, A large list of wild lands for sale. Improved farms and village property for sale or rent. Farm loans on longest time and lowest rate of interest. Insurance written in six different companies. Call on or address us. E M , M, $ * J M <3 -;j \j | '1 '$ 1 Go TO CROWEL'S ECONOMY STORE They Buy for Gash and they Sell for Cash! Hence they cannot be, will not be, and are not Undersold. They have just received a most complete line of Prints, Ginghams, Dress Goods (including Dress Flannels in great variety), Bed Blankets, Hosiery, etc., etc. Also Caps, Gloves and Mittens, Shoes, Overshoes, Knit Boots, German Socks, Woolen Socks, etc. A Magnificent Line of Underwear of All Qualities to fit All Sizes from the Infant to the Giant, and Overshirts as well to suit the Granger or Swell Millinery, Millinery, Millinery. Mrs. Crowell will fit the Ladies neat, quick and cheap in either Hat, Hood or Fascinator and in the Very Latest Style. Rememberthe Place: Crowd's "Economy Store." -Agent for- Callanan & Savery LAND Bancroft is the Place and Call on Mm and get prices and terms, can suit you in the selection of "botJi wild and improved lands, S. W. Callanan, Bancroft^Iowa, Livery, Feed and Sale are the toys who keep W. D, Johnson & Co.'s Phoeix time for which he deserves the grafrr itude of all people who believe that 1 "a merciful nian is mercifiol to his beast." The following is the programme of the I. O. G. T. for next Saturday night: Song, Jameg Hoflus; Becitation, Annie Barslou; Beading, Mary I4nge; Song, Emma and Ella Smith, Hilda Stinson and H. NV Renfrew; Debate, Besolved that the works of nature are wore to be aOinire4 tba» tue Affirmative, J. B. of art C. ", B Gray, COAL for sale. This coal has no rival in Iowa. It is mined at Boonesboro, Iowa, and we have the exclusive agency at Bancroft. You cannot buy it of any one«lse in Bancroft. Men from arouud Burt and Ledyard buy of us. The Seneca Creamery Men say it is wortb 50c, % ten more than the Boone Coal bought from others here. The finest turnouts furnished on short notice and at reasonable figures. Give us a trial; we are sure to suit. G. F. HOLLOWAY. 80ld PAl%& GRAY, If you want the "News" in every sense of, word, about Bancroft, and want a per that is tne best, get the REPUBLICAN AND NEWS together for the price of one County paper, tjiftt we do Joty Wori, advertising etc, etc. Call on ... ' "'*! ***

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