The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1892 · Page 3
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 2, 1892
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THE BANCROFT NEWS. •H< ,t. A. BANCROFT. IOWA, MAtl. 2, 1892. Chicago ttov i-as'senger.. ....4 B'.y. fiOt/Ttt Mlxeil 5 n7pm wi\v freight....8 I5»m ... ..2 03pm CHURCH rnwm-TMnns CMUHOK. hold* Services In tli« .school honsc, Bn«rt»y nK service at 2 p. in.. B ANCllOFT SWKDTMir MITHKttAN CHyttCH, m«fltlnii morning »nd eveninf? one Sunday In each month mid two evening «n fi «"28»!" * month. Sunday School at 12 in. each Sunday, I'adie's Aid Boclery meets ..-very other Friday. • HKV. A. , • Pastor. and F IRST BAVTIST f!HORCH. Of naftCTflft, itiK service each Sunday nt 10 :30 it. « t>. m.7 Sunday School nt 12 m.. T,ords supper the first Sunday in each month at 1 p. m., .pray- . er roeethiK Thursday evi-uliiK, I '°y»" s , 1 ?, on Sunday evening. «\" ve " !l "V ne ^V,?»l«n H?H Friday evwnliiK In eHcli month. cl.». o| r»riict' l ' r0 Satunlny evening. Kveryhody Invited, strangers especially welcome.^ CUM3tINS . Paslor . B ANCHOFT M. K. cHUttOH, preaching service each ?unday at N):30a. m. and 8 p.m., receding each service at ringing class meeting piouuuniK *"•"•; -~: ''i~<^~~,~ "if,: o£ second bell. Sunday School at 12 m., hp worth League on Tuesday evei lug. praiei meeting Thtirsdav evening, choir rehemsal Friday evening. Uulle'8 AldSoclety meets Wednesday afternoon. A cordial Invitation is ex- to nl l to S T. JOHN'S OATHOMC CHURCH, regular services : Instruction from 10 to 10 :30 a. m., High mass nnrt sermon, from 10-.30 to 12, Holy mass each morning In the week ut J a. m.,Mai - i-ied Ladle's Society meets the flrst Sunday of everv 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 «wrvlnm 8cHEMMKLj Pastor . Oats.. $ .23 Eggs 18 Cattle 13.00 (78 4.00 Wheat 70 Hay. 4.00 Corn $ 24 Butter 20 Hogs 4.35 Barley 28 Flax. 75 •THE NEWS OF THE TOWN. City,election next Monday. Last Sunday was a bad day. ••;• Hurrah for Elaine, just the same. When was the Elite Studio moved to Burt? Look out for Mallory & Hofius new ad next week. The Baptists talk strongly of building a parsonage. Wm. Campbell expects to move into his new house today. Shadow social as the I. O. G. T. Hall next Friday night. Tom Sherman spent the Sabbath at home in Humboldt county. Mrs. T. Bbbison is visiting her son, T. W. Bobison, aud family. Mrs. P. G. Pettibone has been on the sick list for some little time. Capt. B. E. Jeanson of Swea was in town several days last week. The quarterly meeting will be held at the M. E. church tomorrow night. Cbas. Schaeffer and Geo. Coffin were jup from the city of Burt last Saturday. Miss Lillian Johnson is visiting relatives and friends at Bed Wing, Minn. The family of C. Tegelberg in Swea have been sick for some time with the grip- Miss Hilda Stenson closed a successful term of school in the Sand's district last Friday. We can truthfully testify that Harper ca» make a fine school .group picture. Give him a trial. Miss Lutie Wallace was at home in Algona last Saturday and her sister returned with her. A. J. Berryman's business has increased so much that he is putting on an addition to his store. Albert Bruer of Paulina, Iowa, was in t'bwn visiting his uncles and cousins during the past week. Hal Pettibone will make butter at . the creamery the coming season and will have full charge of the creamery. W. A- Chipman was up to mill last week. The mill company seems to draw considerable trade from quite a distance. The railroad track grounds were filled with wagons, furniture, etc,, of new settlers just arriving to open up this Country. The Baptist church extended a un* animous call to Bf v, A. C. Zellhoefer of Eagle Grove at their church meeting a w*>ek .ago tonight. John Clauagen was in town last week and returned home to Davenport last Saturday where he has bought a nice resilience and a small tract of land. At the election of officers in. the Baptist Sunday School last Sabbath the following were .elected: Superintendent, H. N. Renfrew; Assistant Superintendent, C. L, Ostrander; Secretary and Treasurer, J.JJ, greater; Chorister, Hilda Stinson; Organist, Etta Johnson. J, O. G. T. program for Saturday March 6tb, Company Q, is af follows: Song The Swedish Lutheran* bate iheet- ing tonight. Go out ttiul see the shadows sold Friday night. E. S. Strenter expects to have a sale on his farm soon. Ask our ndyertizers if it pays to ad- vertize in the NEWS. D. A. llaggiwl had a mission in Bancroft last Saturday. J. A. Winkel and W. S. Stahl were at Algonn last Monday. i Good Templars are invited to look at j Sundstroms new charms. Miss Carrie Smith finished her school in Swea township last Friday. John Wesley was at Estherville the last of last week and the first of this. Wilsons have tt new line of dress goods muslins and clothing. Call on them. There is to be a new clothing store in the building occupied by P. M. Barslou; B. F. Grose went to Storm Lake last Monday morning on business we presume. The story that O. A. Searle tried to rent a hotel in Goldfield is both untrue and unjust. We hear that the Ledyard people talk of building a new M. E. church this season. Miss Lolla Bartlett closed her school in the Meyers district in German township last Friday. The editor will take orders for the new'county maps. Sample can be seen at the barber shop. Begular communication of Progressive Lodge No. 503 A. F. & A. M. a week from tonight. C. B. Paul went to Algona last Friday to get his better half to keep house for him while he is teaching. Lewis Gray and Miss Emma Smith came home from their respective schools to spend last Sabbath. There will be a spelling school, pure and simple, at the Lochtu school house a week from next Friday night. Merchant, Henry Thompson of Whittemore visited with his cousin James Hofius a couple of days last week. J. M. Cunningham of Goldfield who has beffn visiting at W. W. Wilsons for nearly a week returned home last Saturday. Wm. Hall is up this way in the melancholy business of selling tombstones. He don't represent the melancholy however. • Julius Johnson and Frank Fairfield found quite a sum of money last Monday morning in front of A. J. Berryman's drug store. Wm. Delaney will train and drive some of Bancroft's fast blooded stock the coming season. Billy is a splendid hand with horses. * Bev. Williams went to Des Moines yesterday where he will remain a day and from there he will go to Grinnell to visit his brother. School election takes place next Monday and quite a little interest is manifest although no candidates are publicly announced as yet. IFYODWAKTT .AND * If you want your Farm Loan renewed, or want to get a deed,—see me. I can snvc you money. A limited amount of money to loan on 80, 60 or 90 days time. A large list of wild and improved farms for sale. Call and see me before buying. Office on ground floor in Barslbu block. Bancroft, Iowa. G. W. SKI N N ER, C. E. Mallory went on another tea trip last Monday in the direction of Armstrong Grove. We dislike to correct the U. D. M. but Charlie Davison is not a son of B. E. Davison nor has he been sick lately. O. E. Bliss has added a new circular saw and attachments to his carpenter shop. It will do all kinds of fancy work. D. E. Crowel has a new line of boots A. HUM1STON, AUCTIONEER. win years' experience. cry sales In nny part ol the county. .Satisfaction guaranteed. 20 BANCROFT, IOWA, Artistic work guaranteed. Pictures en- arged at reasonable prices. and shoes to suit and fit persons of all sizes ages and previous condition of servitude. Warner Evans expects to return home to Grant Park, Illinois, this week after un extended visit with relatives and friends. J. B. Johnson has a new stock of clothing and colored shirts. Go in and look the stock over. They deliver goods to all parts of the city free. We hear that our Highland Park students, Alfred Leonard and Geo. Bliss, are passing some very fine examinations. Bancroft .boys are always at the front. , The Good Templars give a shadow social at their hall next Friday evening. There will be a sheet hung across one end of the room behind Which the girls will stand with the light so placed as to throw their shadow on the sheet. The boys stand back in the dark and bid oil the shadows and the highest bidder takes the girl not for better or worse but for supp'er. Private parties here in, town are in correspondence with the Officers of the C. I. & N. R. E. with reference to .the new line of railroad. It is intimated that the line of railroad has not been permanently established and that if sufficient inducement can be offered the proposed line may yet be changed soari to run from Madison, Iowa,direct to Estherville via Bancroft. It is also intimated'that an offer of a right of way across the country and depot grounds at the various stations would be instrumental in securing the Change Early Risers, Early Risers,Early Risers, the famous little pi]ls for constipation, sick headache, dyspepsia and nervousness. FAST TBAI1T TO CHICAGO -VIA-The Hurl Ing ton, Cedar KnpldH nnd Northern Itallwuy. The attention of the traveling public is called to the fast Chicago train running from Watertown and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and all northwestern Iowa points via the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern, and Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railways, leaving Watertown dailo, except Sundays, at 9 a. m. Pipestone at 12:27 p. m., LuVerne at 1:25 p. m., Sioux Falls dally, at 12:30 p. m.,Rock Rapids at 1:38 p. m., Sibley at 2:42 p. m., Spirit Lake at 3:55 p. m., Estherville at 4:50 p. m., Emmetsburg at 5:35 p. m., Forest City at 5:15 p. m.. Garner at 5:57 p. m., Belmond at 6:47 p. m., Iowa Falls at 8:25 p. m.; connecting at West Liberty with the through limited express on the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railway, arriving in Chicago at 7:45 a. m., making by far the best time at the most satisfactory hours of any line running between this territory ond Chicago. Pullman's latest improved buffet sleeping- cats are running, between Sionx Falls and Chicago on this rain. The return trip is made at equally atisfactory time and hours. Reserva-" ons for berths in these sleepers can be made by letter or telegraph to any ticket gent of the company. J. E. HANNEGAN, Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. OF CATTLE. 20 Milch Cows, good Durham selected stock. 6 Steers and one Thoroughbred Red Polled Yearling Bull, Which I will sell at a very low price or trade for horses or good paper and give all the time that is needed. C. E. MALLOKY. Phoenix House, BANCROFT, IOWA. Now running tinder new management. GALLION BROS. Jjfillinir I Done anywhere In the County At M Rock Prices, We guarantee— Plenty of later Or no Pay. SULPHUR BITTERS TRUTHS E? SICK. Sundstrom has a new musical instrument that will play any tune called a Herophon. He also has a new stock of sewing machines and jewelry. If you know of anything of interest to the public the editor of the NEWS would be glad to know of it. Even editors don't know all the news. Mallory & Hofius have taken out the partition in their store. We presume this is because they have received so much return for their ad in the "NEWS. '' There is to be a spelling school at the Bloor school house next Wednesday night. Spelling schools are almost as popular as when our fathers and mothers were young. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Christopher of Mt. Auburn Iowa, are visiting in Bam- say and will soon come over and make a visit here with their relatives Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Hall. Bev. D. Williams has gone to Des Moines, Grinnell and Howard county. Bev. W, M. Bichie will preach next Sunday at 11 a. m. Bronson school house, at 8 p. m. Bancroft. Bev. Blormendaal, the German Presbyterian minister of Bamsay, preached an excellent sermon, on "Prayer" at the school house last Sun* day- He preached in the German language. Those attending examination at Algona from these parts last Saturday: the Misses Mamie, Sally, and Adda Davison, Minnie Coffin, Susie Hackle, Lizzie Furstenberg, Jjelft Qyay, Barslou and Alden Winter. E. L. Ward and family are &t< Angeles, California. There an eurtU liuake there lately bint || did I e DEATHLY BILIOUS SPELLS depend on Sulphur Bit- [tera; It never- fails to cure. Dp YOU SUFFER with that | I tired and all-gone feeling? If so nso Sulphur Bitters; it will cure you. Don't be without a bot-T [tie. You will not regret It I THS I SECRET I of a fair face is a beauti-1 ful skin. Sulphur Bitters | makes both. If you do not wish to .... Buffer from RHEUMATISM, use a bottle of Sulphur Bitters; it never faife to cure. Are you CONSTIPATED? if S0) | Sulphur Bittera is just what you need F«? r » J™*** » nd "weary mothers lMJ PUNY. PlNDUINQ children. Sulphur Bitters -wiU make them | strong, hearty, and healthy, see the vitiated Wood when its, impurities bursting Boston, stamp I A. V, Ordway & Co. Ucal work published $1,000 0»n be wade in 6 month telling Tunison's Atliw eg, Cbart* aud Wai M»{t*. Particulars free H, C TOWSOH, Chicago, His, FU K' EVERYWHERE T. M. OSTEANDER, Veterinary + Surgeon Bancroft, Iowa. Bas his barn ready for the sick and lame hors- s, 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 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 sojd at the lowest rates. R. M. RICHMOND, A. B.. RICHMOND, President. Cashier. . Correspondents and References. D. B.OWEN, City Drayman. Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago, Illinois. Citizens' National Bank, Des Moines, Iowa. 8t. Paul National Bank, St. Paul, Minnesota Farmers' National Bank, Hudson, New York. Kichard Boosman, Claverack, New York. -, h Will do all kinds 'hauling in or near the city as as the Cheapest- and do it quick. Give me a trial. D. B. OWEN, Bancroft, Iowa. 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 lowest rate' of interest. Insurance written in six different companies. Call on or address us. R. M. RICHMOND & CO. B. JOHNSON'S:^ F. A. B RON SON Dealer in Sowing Machines. Carpets, Pictures and Frames. BURIAL CASKETS Unkertaking a Specialty. OPCRATINa OVKK IN IOWA, MINNESOTA AN p '""•"-• SOUTH DAKOTA SOLID TRAINS BETWEEN Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul Via the Famous Albert Lea Boute. St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Paul Via Bt, Ixjuis. Minneapolis & St. Paul Short Line. Through Sleepers and Chair Cars BETWEEN CHICAGO, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, S. D. CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS Via the Famous Albert Lea Boute. THE SHORT LINE SPIRIT LAKE Great Iowa Summer For Hallway 9414 Hotel Rates, Descriptive Pamphlets and all Information, address General Tiqget and Passenger Agent. ""•CHEAP HOMES Oa line of (bis road in Northwestern Iowa, Southwestern Minnesota aud South Dakota, where drought and crop failures are unknown. Thousands of choice acres of land yet unsold. Local Excursion rates given. For full information as'to prices of land and rates of fare, idress General Ticket and Passenger Agent. AU oj tiji fcjpsenger Trains oa m Divisions ° - SW -*|Ll4He l JD*; Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Clothing AH of which will be sold CHEAP, I am just receiving a laige stpcfe gl Ready-Made Clothing which will be sold cheaper thau you can buy the same class of goods in any otbj store in town. I also handle all kinds of F. R. ANDERSON superintends this branch of ray business. Large New OF SPRING GOODS At WILSON'S of Bancroftl We will Not be Undersold. All are invited to call and look the stock over. *P f As House and Sign Painter, Grata) Paper Hanger, and all work in tlm Jty Satisfaction Guaranteed. Don't go without the Home News Bancroft* Ne REPUQ Together only east tke •m ' *v<lit T *i wvr i xlo Jmi^jQb

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