The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1892 · Page 3
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,/. Mii/f'JAVf UM ,(>}>A')U!., 83'ff She ha4 been away;aU«fittmmeyi ; Tho , mountains had, felt; jher the 6ea had post' offl'de bti still acts asi assistant. 1 Miss Esther i&dolpH «on :i t^ttttbfed to Callatwl changing bosom and foldfeS her in its billowy attna. • - '' -- BANCROFT, , . iiixod ........ o freight. ...,M 43i ' • ' ' ' p ' services School at 3 in School at 3 n. m.. preacnl: J;:prayer meeting TJiursdny Invited. BBV. D. the fWfitto preaclifrtK -service tvt 2 p ANCROFT- SWKtrtSII TitlTttnnAN -..rnenffliifi' ntoriilng tuid BvaniitBio jn ekcli month and t^vo e.veninK^nni 1 Sbhool at; 1 12'm 1 . ! (!a6 ClWKOJt; la .^ •''ttiontlti'MttrttlHy 1 Sbhool at; 1 12'm 1 . ! (!a6U So™Jay,r '. .liadlefe Aid- .Soplety, meets ,iweiTot|ier,lfrlday. <" " Pl * ^ UtiV. A. ELHTjiOM, Pastor. :• ,,,.'- : ,.:,!:. <.:, I,:...", M...-.-I ^.1.1.,-M T'tllt '. TIBST BAi'TisT oiiunoH, of Bancroft, preach- and _ V .JV InKiservtce.eacli Sunday, at. • $'t5: m.f BUrttlily' School W 12'm.i r,orU4 suppqr •i the Htst Sunday In each iiioiith at>l p/in.ipray- . er meeting Thursday evening, ., I 'PX al M? • oft 8«nttay dveiilng,' Covenant meeting tW -' •The watdimetjtiin^ilS'eM'at 5 the Mi OE.' church w,as; well attended. . ': "•'B&ntir'ofti cottijviuk ''sfeVetiteen , ;Mday evonlnu. ilivpacli 'tnpnj.lu. ^IwU-lH'aptlco, *• Saturday evenV'. Everybody Invited, strangers especially welcome. .' ••' " l| •"!;',•" •' , A, IOUMMINS. Pastor.: M.' K. clinch; pi-eablili|g -service nday .at io :sa a.rwrnmlshJ.nn, each Sunday . class meetlnis.preuedlnK each; service at ringing! of sfecttml'MSil; 1 Sun-day School at 12 in., Epworth League on Tuesday ••evening. Pjayer • -meeting Thursday evehlnc.r choir , :relidnrsal Friday evening. Ladle's Aid Socletv meets Wed- toeMivv afteriiomij 'A cortliill' invitation ib extended to all to attend itjhese -services., ; , •• / , ; KKV;'A. w. LtrcE, Paster. . 'Le'oflai-d Williams' ^making a three viiuit at ^dhtf father's.' , ,' . ' ;' ,Ypu will -rais's iji.'if r you miss .those bargains in remnants, at ^Vilson's. ,*. ' I. , j. Bi'uev, anclfffamily expect to .spend a ipai't of the winter i* 1 the,south. There is to be a wedding south of town a, couple :of miles in a week or two. ; ' tieo. Beard Of' Bitrt Visited his'b'es'fc fehi, we&t'of'tbWri, on ^eVr'Ye'iir'sday. ! Those' ;Ledyartl ; ' Good Templars' are hustlers', 'as they alreaciy number over Visit ttt liorrie fluWngtJfe'hrtJi(liiy^' v ' ; : .. OiiiWr ' hail 1 ''lil crushed in a hay press on »' day ! week- Ife is improving vei-yifa^t.' j Paris LV Green' retnrriea : tb !! in^7 pendelice last Monday Svitli Glen ^iirt- son of Aigona,SVho work's in the'asyliim at that place;''' 1 " 1 '''""' ''"''"' ''"' '' ; : , ; Horses Tor; Sale. ; . : ; Several good marea and work' ihorses for. sale for cash or on ,timo. ; 12tf ''''.'"''.: :: 'QV W. She: -had -flirted with 'evarythiri^" pantaloons from Old; Point to Bar Hair bor, from Mppnt Mitchell tq A the, Adiroh* docks'. '"' ; ' ' ;'.' ' '. ' ".'.' '.'.' .'.'" -, '. '•• She had tadted the sheets of hope' \ she had drained the bitter Fnriii Wuritetl. • •.••.:'}•. , ; ..; I want to purchase a,.good farm Of 8ft or .160 acres, within five or six miles .of Bancroft. Leave' word with &. W. Skinner. 12tf L. ! J S ' T.'ionTf'H oAThotJTc dhOKCir. rognlar'scr- ; vices : , Instruction, fro.niio.to. 10 :3() a. m • • liigh mass and serinon from '10 :30 to 12, Holy mass each morning in the, !week at 7 a. -.mtjawtr"' rled Ladle's Society ineets the ilrst Sunday ol\ every , month after tlie sermon. ; Young, Ladle's 'Society meets' the second Sunday of -every month after the sermon, Younfc'.Men's Society meets the third Sunday of every' month after the' sermon .'/. Everybody is: invited to attend these services. • • . ,, ,. FATHBII A. J. SCHBMMKL, F;astor. THIS NEWS OF THK TOAVN. '''Merchants are invoicing. , , . School commenced last Monday. | ,. Honey and maple sugar at Wilson's. Those dried pears at Wilson's are fine. ,'..'.*': Win. Elvidge was up from Burt last Thursday. Henry Kelling of Ledyard was' in town last week. ' : , Go in and see those photographs on silk; at Harper's. ! ; Davis Bros, are the ' boys that do .hauling at bed rock figures. •, Miss Charlotte, lleibsamen of Jiam- sey is visiting the. family, of John Warner. ' ' , : -. .'•' V( .,, ;..',.,, ,. . llev., Luce will preach on the subject "Entire Sanctification" next. Sabbath morning. .. ; .;.. . .;,, •••;' . Miss Alice •• Farvour: visited i n Bancroft land vicinity the. latter >parb of last week. ..-•'•< '• M •: 'Clarence Norman, visited 1 relatives arid''friend's in'Mirinesota during the past Week:- ""•: .A. Casler is taking, orders for the Northern Iowa Nursery Company. Give him a trial. , B. N. Bruer has been at Paulina, Iowa, visiting his brother,, Jacob, during the week. ; .Bufus Eyans returned from Carroll county where lie has been working f or a ;year, on Saturday last. ;..' .-;"•:•' Misses Kennedy, Wallace and Salisbury spent their Vacation at their homes at and near Algona. -.'•• ; John Warner and some other member of his family have been reported on the sick list during ,the week. \yhen a man is too lazy to walkarpunll- a mud-liole,he should not be.commende^ for bravery in walking through it. j. / ! "An.honest pill is the noblest work of the apothecary." De Witt's.Little. Earljr Risers cure constipation, bllionancss and sick,headache. Dr. L. A. ; Sheetz. . ' . Artistic work guaranteed.. .Pictures th>> arge.d at reagonable'prices •-•;•.;:•'• , " A; A GllATEFUL MOTHER. H«i- Son's T>oatlisomo Disoaso Konioveil. Boy Only Twelve Yeui-H Old—Chronic Cu- tiii'rh—Great DlHohurgc from Nose . • and Throat. All's Well Thut lindH Well. •:-. George Constance was down from •Blue Earth City last Thursday. ; Lawyer Thompson has been visiting ; at Dubuque during the past week. ' Ben Haggard and Dr. Morse were up from Algona last week Saturday. Tailor Dunkin is making the boys look like dudes with their tine newi suits. C. C. Chubb was up from Algona last Friday and Saturday on cattle business. ' ' Dame Eumor says that Z. Roberts -has sold all his lumber yards to some .lumber kings. •• "Willie Stahl visited Portland and 'Wesley last week and attended the dance ^t that place. .....' Lewis Gray and Emma Smith : were. in from their respective schools and spent Sunday at home. Al Bebee and Hugh Richard return- ; ed to Humboldt after picking chickens here at the creamery for some time; Miss Eva Whitney returned home to .Algona last Saturday after making Miss Warner a visit during the holidays. The young people of town had "a; .good, time at. R. E. Davigon's :last night; where they had gathered for a CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis Dec., 4.1891. j The Pcruna .Medicine Co., Columbus, ;0. GENTLEMEN—It is with great pleasure that I write of the benefit derived; from your remedy, Pe-fu-na. My little boy, about twelve years old, has always been troubled with catarrh very bad. several years, and I. had great fears of his going into'consumption',""He'had a very bad cough that 1 'could riot check, and his head.was in a: terrible condition, His Peter , Barslou declares that he has made up his mind to give up his role as a Purifier and says he has nptlung. to .take back. Here top, Pete, , ; A company qf Bancrof tites talk • of going down to Chili and wipingithe ground with the natives if they don't, feehave themselves ;a little better. : Roy and Alice t Johnson went to Deb Moines last Monday ';, wl>ere ! the 1 after willattend Calla.nan College and the forme}.' some business college in that city. '•"'•'...' . 'Rogers, of the firm of Rogers ^ Ravage?, who, have been, .doing the poultry 'business at this , place was. in. DavidSmith the painter -calls attention to-his business in ;the local columns of the NEWS this week. Lodge Deputy II. : N. Renfrew inr stalled the officers of Star of the North Lodge at Ledyrfrd last Thursday. We happened to notice the long legged fraud referred to in the REPUBLICAN several'' weeks ago,. on Sunday last/" ' , .,:'.' ..;'.' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson was called to Traer to attend the bedside of a sister who was sick on Wednesday last. The club dancers had a good time last night in their new hail in the rear of Campbell & Reynold's hardware store. : Mrs. Watkins, who has been visiting relatives and friends at' this place for some time, returned home to Nebraska last Monday.' '''.',"' . ''.' Henry Fleming and wife of Spirit Lake returned borne after visiting at Mr. Barslou's for a few days on Tues- ; day • of last week. ; • , John, G,annon has-been;, visiting his sister.Mrs. C, F. Larson of .Mason City for. a couple, i of; weeks, and,, returned hpme.Jast, Mpnday, .... , •,•,;.:::.., Mallory & Hofius have been 1 busy doirig up goods fbr neighboring towns in the last week besides attending to the-large local trade. head discharged so much for years that it was a charge on my mind to keep him in handkerchiefs. I had to use every'rag that I could get at band. It was astonishing how he could discharge so much from his nose. I commenced to -give him Pe-ru-na about a month ago, and the discharge from his head is entirely stopped, and also his cough. He now does not have to use a handkerchief at all. TW Pe-ru-na seems to act like magic in his case. I feel as if I can not ffnd words to express my giatitude for the medicine; but i do regret that I never tried it before. I thought there was no cure ' for .him, and had given up'trying to have him.cured; but when I saw the disease so thoroughly explained in the paper by : Dr. Hartrrian I thought I would 'try his medicine. I never will be without Pe-ru- na in the house, and I willrecomnipnd it to all my friends. Very sincerely yours, Mns. A. E. ACKEBMAN, E. Grand Ave., Chjppevva Falls, Wis. ., Used according to the directions, Peru-na will secure the family against catarrh, colds, coughs, pneumonia, pleurisy, bronchitis and consumption. It is a fact of ever increasing astonishment that so many otherwise sensible , and provident people will, for the neglect of so simple a precaution as to have a bottle of Peru-na at hand, bring upon themselves the needless suffering and .foolish expense that a professional man,is forced to witness every day. M . . , ... . , Now she is «t home again. , . , . • , 1 '.'. Home: The Mecca , of the ,weary pilgrim; the Cahaari beyond the wilderness; the altar around which wV* iail kneel iu thankftilness; the dear walls which take us , ;to , their loving embrace; »nd hide ua from 'the. comfortless world without. ' " . ..; i -,..„(,.,, | '., Home again, and a peace had come lief her she had nevef kn6wn since she had gone out itt June as the birdlet from ltd nest. '..: . ; •• ..-ii •:;':•:.,- • 'i ; • i ''• • At the front door her. dear, old father, who had been at his desk ten hours daily all the weary while she •vyas away, met 'her; '" '.-' ! ' • • ;:. ; -. : ••-'•''••••''•" "My daughter, 1 ' he said, holding out his arms to her; Like a tired wanderer, foot sore and heart sick, she came to him. Trustingly, confidingly, restf ully, she laid her soft white face, in it«f frame of golden hair, upon his bi>som. "At last," she murmured, "at last I have found someone to be a popper to 'me." '''''. . ; . , . :,,;;'-,,': And the dear old father^ in the tumultuous joy of having his darling child again, didn't catch on.— Detroit Free Press. ..••.-.•.. •'..-.•' Why Ico Floats. Did you ever wonder why it is. that ice, bein^ formed of congealed water, floats? And why, on some still lakes, it begins to form at the bottom before it does on the surface? Scientists explain these enigmas this wise: Ice is specifically lighter than water just about to freeze, and therefore floats in it. This is one reason why the formation of ice usually begins at the surface. Another is its peculiar law of expansion. The general law is that cold .induces expansion; this law holds good with water only to a certain point When water has cooled down to within 7.4 dega. of freezing it ceases to contract as before with increase of cold and begins to expund till it freezes. ,,.-.;• This expansion causes the colder portions of the water to rise to the surface. The formation of "ground ice" or "anchor ice," as it is sometimes called, is the only exception to the rule given ' Will cry .sales* in any part of tlie cotinty. 20 ; yeara' experl^nde. Batlsladtlon gnarantfied; ' 1 1 /A /* Hj! FTrtS Ills ham re!i(ly.f(»«fitltrtn»i«|r!fltnhlltmfl?ftWI'« , ; esi so bring them »lonK/.'«nit»fg<>»it6iwona»l», ( rnuop Address: tt (J f ft] •'' iVI''\ ''i f <', ''! v^;f'7 1 n '1' «r /;';JJa/!:u (^JwldiK Is now settled in its newly arranged .buildfng in the where we are prepared to treat you in the' best of 'style. ..._ Deposits received, money loaned, :foreign and ( dnm,ettlic exphange bought and Collections made promptly and a general b'ank'itiK' business transacted, sold. Passenger tickets to or from the old couhtries sold at the lowest rates. R. M. RICHMOND, A. B. RICHMOND, i, ; 7 V President. Cashier. Correspondents and References. Metropolitan National Bank, Chic/igp, .Illinois. . Citizerts'National Bank, Des Mpines. Iowa. . Ht. Paul National Bank, St. Paul] Minnesota. Farmers'National Bank, Hudson', New York. Richard Roosman, Claveracki New York. Pioneer Land, Loan and Agency of Bancroft. Established in 1881. A large list of .wjlH 'lauds! for /sale. and village property for sale or rent. Farm loans on .'longest time and lowoat rate of interest. Insurance written in six different companies. Call on or address. :. i J .Ji above.—St. Louis Republic. Has Platform Carpet., j; |^oekers at $2.75. New Line of Battan -Ghairs. / Fancy Rockers/ Fine New Boom Se1:s. BANCROFT, IOWA. running under new management. Bought Especial for the: Holiday Trade .• .:.-. :•-.< • ., ; ' .:<•••• •*. n ^^™"™^^^^^^^^^^™TT^"*^T* , ;• t ' ' ^ Center Tables, Pictures, New Style Frames. Plush Upholstered Setters, Parlor Furniture and everything found in a first-class Furniture Store., at HoHday Prices. • , ' which a 'single cure, soon .be A cold in the head; bottle, of Pe-ru-na will comes a case of chronic catarrij, .which will' require many bottles to entirely cure. ' A sore throat, which one bottle of Pe ru na will cure, soon, becomes chronic pharyngitis or enlarged tonsils, which will require many bottles., .A slight cough, whichi without avestfge of doubt, would soon disappear with the use of Peru-na, becomes chronic .pharyngitis or enlarged tonsils, many bottles. A •without a vesrige of doubt, would soon GALLION BROS. $5,OOO Offered' to any man wh.0 •will solve the mystery how Mallory• & Hofius sell so much TEA,and sell such COOD TEA" so .cheap. , They are also doing an\extensive Griocery . . business. They always k-qep.in stock a full line of You will find them the ! best which .vsrill 'require slight cough, which, ortpn and Samraie,; Stahl .Wisconsin, last ^Thurs- town last Sunday. week and remained over Chief Ternplax- ; JIutcy«s, of ' Iowa, expects to attend -the: District i Qf Good Templars that is to be second Friday arid urday pi> February. of-'arioW fasliioned Christmas, tre^-aridj -ILJ.I-JJJJ m. — T y pj.Qgj. aw ; op iNew A; large, audience ;;iaiin .tUe services. ti'the Fr^rik wep,t,to day, wheye they will visit relatives and friends for some time. • • E^. 'If-' Ward,' and ; family ejcpect tp go to (Califorpia in the, near .future, to miake. it the|r'i5ioroe.. Mis^ yilma Smith will accompany them.. : , .. Profr.Earslon and wife of Britti ; 're- turned'home' last' Thursday after' a short 'visit here, ! 'Tne ; Professor's school began last Monday. ' ii' Miss J4Uian ^M. > Jojbtnson!' returns to her^UomBjin Bed^Wing,; Minn., [• this week, to remain 1 tor the'winter at' IteaBt,. She will be much missed ipsociiBt^ cit«- cles'hereT" !: ' '' .'v'""'.', , "•"', •-..i,, 'l'..'^ di8.appe.ar with the use of be? .conies chroQic hronqbitis,, which require a persistent use 'of Pe-ru-na for some time. Every practicing physician sees many cases of cqnsumption each, year due directly to a neglect of coughs, colds, etc., which, if Pe-ru-na ; had peen kept in itheihousa. ;and;usecl recording i; to 'directions, would have been prevented. . In no other department of domestic ar. ,is,. jtherp; ..auoh: ;stupendous Done anywhere In the County At Bed Rock Prices, We guarantee-^ buy anytliiii^ yoii want in their line. ••. ' . . '. .---J.' 1 '^^;^n i^t';'j;'.M: .' They have a Large 'to Plenf of Water Or no Pay. dis.rcgard pf.tbe welfare, qf. ,th#.family as in guarding a'gainst the common ills Of life by the use of effective ''and' reliable family remedies. If the following advice could reach every Household iu'the land, and with'' such ! tilb'c4lience a6 to win obedience, it woutB Convey a blessing: to each of aivalue tUat would be difficult to exaggerate,^ Tfee adyjfie.is. ,th,is:, (Jet i a bottle of Pe ru ne,, read tlie instructions on th'e bottle until 'they''ird' thoroughly understood,'' do exactly 1 • as they direct, apd no, catarrh, cold.i cough, sane throat, bronchitis, bj^risv, ,^j?umopia,.,.pr. apy city, council had a meeting Monday ; 'night'and- **" c " i1 '" fl "" 5vq "' :i; tli'e'y WoWld hire ' ou'^h tnat h'e,'. deipided' at;9^ spi ' atien,d j other climatic disease, will difjturb ibe peace of'the hiibsehold'ffo'Iong'as "thjs is continued^ ;/Fi>: have'-this rfcmisdy ! 'at liand ^nterprMlne Tonnor Man f Trua ft Co, Instruqtecl; and etanea mo. I worked steaally and mad 01 thanlexpi n email >i (o^wprlc i If wo do time bo a , e money llnter' jd to. I becnoie ftl^li} (o buy an island and build or hotel. If I don't»iiccoeclat that, I will go n alj the ta»inB88 In whfol) I w»«» niyi, . Co.< Shall wo Instruct and start yon, raaderT " if jpu wprH fajdujtriously, >ou will in dp*. bay an islaud and build a hotel, if you wlpb to, JUuney p*n be earned a,t our new Utf> of wrjc, "ffl- idly and honorably, by thoso of either sex, young or old, They have also adde'cl to' thejf' Ikrge^",8|P9^". ft, '^e ",.'„;•..'•••:,,: :T-tiey carr-y^everyiMng in^the^ine of''." and MJ Oij Give them a call. Dopj'.t fe^rgetrthe plat •;V ! ;;:;;;i;;^allgj^;i:pj^^" cundotbework. Easy to learn. We furoiaU everytWng. no ppive wornonta, or nUyvartlme to the work. This entirely now lead brings wonderful success to every worker. Beginner; are. earning from 88fl to per weak and onwards, and more after & little expe- . We can furnish y m j most other de- ne can furclih you tbe employ men t—we to 5.V Tbl»l» »n o'tpof marTelom tblngi, and great, uiefnl, wealtlj-dying v ond»r, Qre, common foreslk Bartmeiits'ofd Send:to "" ' ;Orug>.|lanofact- ftflypf Q«lviqi))W;t01iio l v|QV.a '' V.on'BWPB^i rof^winter." If s yoni want the on both sides. unanimous call to become the pasfcorfofi the said churcb.- CotudBenJiajia ay Bfibdoi-jo l91fti«fiT4i,9 tative Wils0a, tttftlidiaBSBJ^'ifa'* _fe£l !JilH-wUl-2.l5r.y.iJfl MoJJon'al(4»i suiwy

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