The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1892 · Page 3
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THE BANCROFT NEW BANCROFT. tOWA, JAfl. 20.1892. Chicago A North-Western K'y Mixed < • •'•8 way freight.... 11 43am tassenger * ospm SOUTH Mixed 5 0?pm •way freight....8 15am passenger 2 ospm CHURCH DIRECTORY. B AMChOF* PRJEBMVTJSRIAlr CHtTKCS, hold.1 services in the school house, Snnday School nt 3 p. m., preaching service at 2p.m., R ray er meeting Thursday evening. Everybody ivfted. RKV. P. WH.MAMS. Pastor. B ANCROFT RWICDtSH MJ-ftnSBAN CHURCH, rneRtinp morning and evening one Sunday B. F. Wickwire has on ft titan new stock of shoes. Fred Caulkina spent the Sabbath with the boys in Bancroft. Mrs. T. W. Eobison went to Algona last Saturday to visit friends. N. E. Sheridan and G. W< Skinner were at Algona last Saturday. Miss Minnie Breese went to Burt last Monday for a weeks visit. Eev. Luce began a series of meetings at Ledyard last Monday night. Mrs. J. B. Peterson of Seneca is reported as being dangerously ill. Miss Mattie Winkel started for College at Dttbuque last Monday. Report of the Bancroft Public School*) for the Month Ending 1 Jan. 8, 1892. in each month and two eveninR meetings n a montli. btinday School at 12 m. each, Sunday, Ladle's Aid Society meets every other Friday. liny. A. ELFSTBOM, Pastor. ._._.. . __ -- — — - — — Bert Streater and Lela Davison spent F IRST itAi'TisT oHUROii, of Bancroft, preach- 1 , is n v>v.otii ™ifh val<iHv»a in Port-land Ing service each Sunday at 10 :3d a. m. and the babDatn witn leutives in loruanu 8 p. m., Sunday School ut 12 m.. Lords supper the first Sunday in each month at 1 p. m., pray- Knvollment Oropped ... Uc-oiitei'Gd . . . Tavdles Percent of iittemhinor... Pel- cent of punciualli-y.. No pupils lint tm-dy or ul> iS II 5 1!) 42 40 ltd N 16 sn m 12 C o oe «! 1 ID 4ft 4f R 1 1 ni 0" 12 GJ M C^ _! a li 3R an aa 5 4 4n n: 00 10 6' U>»5 •s-a S' in on fif W s 1f 50 ns 07 17 o H , 188 177 102 24 m 151 51 J. F. DODEUEH, Principal. mucn be ! n weather for a tew days but , nrpqpnf D etter at present. Bovee medicine show ft , began Friday evening in each month, choir practice Saturday evening. Everybody Invited, strangers especially welcome. « KKV. L. A. ICUMMINS. Pastoi B ANCROFT M.K. CHUBOH, preaching serv^o fcheil . gnow last Monday evening and each Sunday at 10 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m,, ' class meeting preceding each service at ringing -will continue the rest ot the wees, of second boll, Sunday School at 12 m., Ep•worth League on Tuesday evening, prayer | The article on tardiness last week meeting Thursday evening, choir rehearsal Friday evening. Ladle's Aid Society meets Wednesday afternoon. A cordial invitation Is ex tended to all to attend these services. lijtv. A. W. LUCK, Pastor. S T. JOHN'S CATHOLTC CHURCH, regular services : Instruction from 10 to 10 :30 a. in., high mass and sermon from 10 :30 to 12. Holy mass eneh morning in the week at 7 a. in..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 after the sermon. Everybody is invited to attend these services. FATHER A. J. SCHEMMEL, Pastor. BANCROFT. Oats 23' Corn 20@.24 Eggs 18 Butter 20 Cattle 3.00 Hogs 3.60 Flax 75 Barley 25@.30 Hay 4.60 Wheat .75 THE NEWS OF THE TOWN. should have stated that there are 150 cases of tardiness instead of fifteen as stated. Mrs. W. W. Wilson was called to Traer, Iowa, by telegram to attend the bedside of her sister who was dying on Friday last. Our eye happened to catch an e'nve- lope bearing the firm name of Jordan & Walters, grain commission merchants, Chicago. E. L. Ward and wife and Alma Smith started for Omaha, Neb., where y will stop and visit friends there on their way to C. L. Ostrander was up from Burt on Sunday. F. II. Vesper and wife were in town last Wednesday. Geo. Blanchard was down from Elmore last Saturday. Geo. Coffin of Burt was up between trains last Saturday. Miss Adda Davison visited friends in Burt last Saturday. Wm. Peck of Fenton was a Bancroft visitor last Saturday. Miss Mamie Scully gave music lessons in town last Saturday. Painter Breen of Wesley was visiting his old haunts here last week. C. Ej Mallory drives a spanking new team of trotters that are well blooded. W. L. Joslyn, the county expounder • of Blackstoue, was in town last Sabbath. , John Sullivan the fast horse man has been suffering from boils on his neck lately. What a fool a drunken man can make of himself was suggested to us last Saturday. Ed Seymour and wife of Ramsay are visiting friends in that good old New England state, Connecticut. Geo. Graham's family are happy on the arrival of a good looking young . lady at their home one day last week. B. F. Grose contemplates quitting the barber trade as he feels too proud to work since the arrival of that girl baby at his house a week ago today. Volume one Number one of the Elmore Eye comes to hand and proves to the public that Editor Harding can get out a neat and spicy sheet. The club dancers had another one of their pleasant social times at their hall last Friday night. They now have thirty members at $3 apiece. T. H. Cruse and little son, Seymour, went to Chicago to visit the former's sister at that place and from thence they will go to Freeport, 111., to visit with Mr. C's parents. The Misses Lou and Annie Hunt of Eamsay returned last Saturday from a three weeks visit to Livermore where 5 - they had been visiting their sister and "brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. P. B. A pleasant surprise party was perpetrated upon Bufus Evans by his young friends in town last Monday evening. They started about 7:30 and and after a jolly sleigh ride of half a mile they repaired to the house where a very pleasant time was had with social conversation, music, games and last but not least a bountiful luncheon. May the number of such good times increase. \ Here we give the I. O. G. T. program for January 23d. Instrumental musici' Lela Davison; recitations, Orvel Ostander, Lewis Gray; reading, Mabel Johnson, J. A. Freeh; song, Carl Ost- •ander; debate: "Resolved that the inventions of the past fifty years have fcow New York's Wealthy Men Bldo Houic At least 100 cabmen earn a living by driving Wall street men up town after the close of/business hours. A large proportion of these cabmen wait patiently in Broad street for hours. Occasionally they will get half a dozen farea in a day, but more frequently they get one or two. Most of them are veterans in the business, and some of them have their regular customers, whom they serve from one year's end to another. In observing the class of men who ride up town in cabs, one fact will strike the observer forcibly, and that is that the men who indulge in the luxury of a cab after leaving their offices are not the rich men of Wall street!" To be sure, most of the cab patrons are men who make mSney, but they are not notable figures in the financial world, and their incomes are not oppressively large. Among the men who ignore the cabby's plaintivo plea, and take either the Broad way cars or the elevated trains, are found nearly all of the noted millionaires. Jay Gould and his sons, George and Edwin, invariably travel on the Sixth avenue elevated road. Occasionally George walks the whole or part of the way home. C. P. Huntington reaches his home in Park avenue via the Third avenue elevated, and frequently he has J. Pierpont Morgan for a fellow passenger. D. O. Mills, hale and vigorous, enjoys a stroll up Broadway. Some, times he rides in a street car and sometimes on the elevated. Mr. Jesse Seligman and his brother James usually Beware of Ointipents for Catarrh that contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Buch articles should never be used except on proscriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall' Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, F. J. Cheney & Co. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. BANCROFT, IOWA, Artistic work guaranteed. Pictures en- arged at reasonable prices. A. HUM1STON, AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales In any part of the county. 20 ears' experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. Farmers and Why is fashion like a blank cartridge? Because it's all powder and puff. 5 BANCROFT, IOWA. Now running under new management. GALLION BROS T. M. Veterinary + Bancroft, lows,. Has Ills bam ready for the sli!K ami Imtie hflr8» es. so lirleig them along. Oliargf.s re <f In f $1,000 Can be made m or. with* telling Ttinlnon'x /4tiH*« on, Chan*. MIX ^ nil Address : H, C TUNISOH, Chicago. if!ft> S\ Is now settlediin its newly arranged building in the RICHMOND BLOCK where we are prepared to treat you in the best of style. 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. R. M. RICHMOND, A. B. RICHMOND, President. Cashier. Correspondents and References. Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago, Illinois. Citizens' National Bank, Dea Moines, Iowa. St. Paul National Bank, St. Paul, Minnesota. Farmers' National Bank, Hudson, New York. Kichard Roosman. Claverack, New York. «B^M^B«Mn*3.n*MHM ,«• Pioneer Land, Loan and Insurance Agency of Bancroft. Established in 1881. A large list of wild lands for sale. Improved farms and village property for sale or rent. Farm loans on longest time and IOWI.-M into of interest Insurance written in six different companies. Call on or address us. Done anywhere In the County it Bet M Prices, R. M. RICHMOND patronize the elevated road, and Russell We p. uarantee _ Sago invariably does the same. Blufi' Samuel Sloan has no - use for cabs or coaches, but rides on the elevated road, as do Cyrus W. Field, John H. Inman and dozens of other. rich men.— New York Times, Plenty of later i The Old Year has fione' [But Wilson's are still at their Old stock of. Stand with an immense Or no Pay. not been conducive to the happiness of mankind."' Affirmative, H. N. Renfrew, J. B. Streater. Negative, G. W. Smith, C. A. Wilson. Apropos to the general discussion of the probabilities of the. repeal of the prohibitary law woulden't it be quite a victory for the prohibitionists if the Supreme Court of the U. S. should declare that the prohibitory law was a part of the constitution. Judge Harvey of Des Moines has retained some of the ablest counsel to be had to bring the question up and Good Tem- plars, the Temperance Alliance and other temperance societies are giving liberally of their cash to pay the expenses of the prosecution of their claims in the highest tribunal of the land. It was fairly made a part of the .constitution, and it would be a serious joke on the hostile anti-legislature if they found that they could not repeal the law. An Improvement In Valve Packing. For a considerable time the Old Colony railroad has had in use a piston valve packed with Tripp's packing, this device, according to the report, giving no trouble from leakage, which is the great objection to the plain piston valve. The port does not have to be bridged, the packing being such that it cannot fall That can't he beat. The Capital City Commercial College I and The Capital City School of Short- . hand, Des Moines, Iowa. The leading Always neat and clean and cheap as the cheapest. , schools of commerce in the west. If you out or catch on the edges, of the port, and to give a still larger area of port opening with the same travel of valve. a square piston valve has been devised. The latter is sixteen inches wide and about three inches high, and for a certain width of opening admits steam past the upper and side edges as well as the seat opening, thus more than doubling the area of opening for the same travel of valve. This applies as well to the exhaust as the steam edge, giving a quick release as well as admission of steam. Being of the piston type, the valve is balanced, and, to keep it steam tight, is packed on top and at the sides. The packing is an inch thick all around, and, as it is held out by springs, an ^pxcess of pressure in the cylinders will; cause the valve to lift from the seat, acting as a relief into the chest. This device, therefore, is said to possess all the advantages of the simple slide valve, and in addition practically double ported and balanced. —New York Sun. wish to succeed in business life, you should prepare for it. These schools have furnished hundreds of positions for their graduates. For catalogue and further information address J. M.-MEHAN, Pres. Resolutions. At BANCROFT, low A, Jan. 11, '92. the regular meeting of Vera Horses for Sale. Several good mares and work horses for sale for cash or on time. 13tf G- W. SKINNER. Lodge, 291, K. P. of Bancroft, Iowa, the following resolutions were adopted by a unanimous vote: 'Whereas, On the 8th day of January, A. D. 1892, Vera Lodge, 291, K. of P., held a public installation, and;, Whereas, The success of said installation was largely contributed to by various parties and people, therefore be it Kesolved, By Vera Lodge, 291, K. of P.that a vote of most hearty thanks be, and the same is hereby tendered the ladies who so kindly aided us in Farm Wanted. I want to purchase a good farm of 80 or 160 acres, within five or six miles of Bancroft. Leave word with G. W. Skinner. 13tf L, J. BLOSSEN. FntcrprUlncYounar Mans Trne 4 Co. Instrncted fid BlStldme. I worked steadily and mado money farter thanl expected to. Ibucamoable to buyan island ftndbnlld a small summer hotel. If I don't succeed at that, I will go to work Si at tlio business in which I made my money. True * Co.: Shall wo Instruct and start yon, reader* If we do, and if you work industriously, you will m duo i,no° o ablJiobuy an Island and build a hotel, if you wish to Money can bo earned »t our new lino of work, rapidly and honorably, by those of either sex, young or old, ani,in their own localities, wherever they live. Any one can do the work. Easy to learn. We furnish everything. No risk. You can devote y« ir spare moments, or all your time I to the work. This entirely now load brings wonderful snc- cJs to every worker. Beginners are earning from »S5 to S50 per week and npwardn, and moro after B little experience. Wo can fnrnisli you the employment-we toacli yon FKF.E. This is nn ago of marvelous things, and hero Is ..other Kieat, useful. weaHh-glvlngwonder. Great gains will reward every indnstrlons worker. Wherever yon are, and whatever you are doins. you want to know about tins wonderful work at once. Delay means much money lost to you. No space to explain hero, but IIyon will write to ns, we will make nil plain to you FUHK. Address. *!>J!!L ._ ^ jj ^ QQQ AUBUMtt. MftiO* 1 LINED SHOES and BOOT Felt Boots and German Socks, RUBBER GOODS of all Kinds. And don't you forget it. O-O! 0-0! OO! Where Prices are Always LoW. To Bancroft's Economy Store, 1 ,T R. CKOAVEL. Everybody— Attend "The Great Reduction Sale" to continue 30 days, commencing January 15, 1892. During which time prices will be thr lowest Bancroft has ever known, especially on Winter Goods, Underclothing, Knit Boots and Socks—Overs for same: Overshoes of all kinds. Also Caps, Heavy Mittens and Gloves. Men's underwear, overshirt^. Bed Blankets, Dress Flannels, etc. This ia a great chance to get stocked up in Staple Winter Goods, N. B. No one bought lower than we and WO one can undersell us? DaftM to Visit THE ECONOMY STOKE Daring the Sale. #1 She is in There is a good deal of railroad boom talk just now but our modest opinion is. that tbe survey now being made is only a blind to get better inducements from somebody for a better location i the present ope. ,jvi Goo<J o? ftamsay bad a unaway in town last Saturday, tbe team running from the hay press to I- J- Bruer's residence. They broke one of the •wheels of the wagon and bruised one of Mr. Good's shoulders otherwise no damage was done, ' i The ladies Mission^ Society of the Presbyterian churefc sent a box of arranging and decorating our hall for said installation services. And be it further Resolved, That a like vote of 'thanks be tendered the ladies who furnished Why ia a girl like an arrow? a quiver till her beau comes. P-T-— .1———* \ "In buying a cough medicine for "children," says H. A. Walker, a prominent druggist of Ojfden, Utah, "never afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from it and relief is always sure to follow. I particularly recommend Chamberlain's because I have found it to be safe an8 reliable. 35 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr L. A. Sheetz, •* v-r.'i '.:*•/ f n, iLvsSJ (..'M lUSJ' ok from Cover to Cover. .iS.HiAir. OF 7HE TIMES. clothing to tbe Tama Indians, another box to the Sisseton Indians in Dakota and a thM to th§ poop m most comw.en4a)ole acts, £j$ - —«-A- - - •- near us suph excellent music and singing for said occasion. And be it further $esolved,That a like one be tendered g; p. G. (J., 0. A, Sebaffter of Eagle Grove, for efficient services as installing officer on said occasion. And be i it further Resolved, That a like vote be tendered Knight Archer of Eagle Grove, and. Ingham of Algona for their assistance 1 «*«• in the ceremonies. And be i$ further Besolved, That a like vote of thanks be tendered Knight, O. T. Brigham of the Pheonix House for the most sump* tuous banquet prepared by aim, «u41 the eleganfc roanner iP ¥hJfife &a Why should a rich lady marry a man? To husband her resources. poor Colic, Diarrhoea, JJysentery and all kindred complaints are dangerous if »1- Ip^ed to run any length of time. So it is tbe duty of all parents to beep a medicine on hand at all times that will effect a positive and pe«na»eBt cure- Beggs' tHanhoea Balsam is guaranteed to do Sold and warranted by F. W. WEBSTER'S I INTERNATIONAL I \ DKTIOMRY/ ^^^^^ A GRAND INVESTMENT For the family, the School orthe * 1K The Authentic -WeliBter'B issues of righted) 864, *?»»»* ' I(*e»iitlioroiiBiay r » dJ«tW House and Sign Painter, Grainef, Paper Hanger, and all work in this line, ^-Satisfaction Guaranteed. " BANCROFT, IOWA- Phoenix __ ..... Livery, Feed and Salt I^^pp0^ nwtolP p^ww i^W^ *t^^^^^^^ i^^^^w^w I^W^^^BI * The finest turnouts furnished on short notice and at reasonable figur? * Give us a trial; we are sure to suit. G. F. all tb« there Is bn^ Ose Core, Dr. Halnea* 6ol4«A »p«s>iftc. It ew.be givenm f^AtfiS^"^^: vliether leye N« Poix't go without the Home News when, tenyeaw.wtretiwn » J"* tovMWww*»*&8+** edi »»d oy«F $3QO,UUU been ent expended Bancroft AUGONA REPU I ' • ' _ .._*,«»• .*feig

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