The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1892 · Page 3
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THE NCROFT NEWS J. A.. Editor. BANCROFT, IOWA. MAR. 30. 1898. Chtcago NORTH «Sfc North- Western Il'y. 0 way freight.... n 43am passenger ...... 408pm SOOTH Mixed 5 O'pm •way freight....» imirn passenger 2 05pm Oats $ .21. Eggs 00 Cattle $3.00 @ 3.25 Wheat "....07 Hay 3.00 Corn $ 24 Butter 20 Hogs .4.80 Barley 80 Flax 75 Till; NKWS OF THE TOWTS'. CHURCH DIKKCTORY. B ANCROFT TOESHYTKTUAN OHUHOH, holds serviccH in the school house, Hnmlay School at 3 P. m.. pi-eachin}? service at 2 p. m., prayer meeting Thnrsilsiy evening Kverybody < nvited. IIEV. D. WILWAMS, Pastor. B ANCROFT SWKDTSH T-UTHKBAN CHWHOlf, menting morning and evening one Sunday In each month and two evening meetings w fi month. Sunday School at 12 m. each Sunday, Ladle's Aid Society meets every other Fruuy. ltnv. A. KLPSTHOM, Pastor. F IRST r.Ai-TTST CHURCH, of Bancroft, preach- IHK service each Sunday at 10 ;30 a. m. and Sn. m.. Sunday School at 12 m.. Lords supper the first Sunday in each month at 1 p. in., pray- er'meeting Thursday evening, Loyalists meet on Sunday evening, Covenant meeting tire last Friday evening in each month, choir practice Saturday evening. Everybody Invited, strang- ,ers especiaUy welcome. ^ , CUMMIN8 . Paat ' r . B ANOKOFT i 'M. E, CHURCH, preaching service each Sunday at 10 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m class meeting preceding each service at ringnig •of second bell, worth League Sunday School at 12 m., on Tuesday evening, choir Ep- meeting Thursday evening, choir rehearsa Friday evening. Ladie'3 AidBociety meets Wednesday afternoon. A'cordial Invitation is extended to all to attend these services. KEY. A. W. LUCE, Pastor. S T. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, regular services : Instruction from 10 to 10 :30 a. m., high mass and sermon from 10 :30 to 12. Holy mass each morning in the week at 7 a. m.,Mar- ried 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 cvvery month after •thesermon. Everybody is invited to attend these services. FATHER A. J. SCHEMMEL, Pastor. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. P ROGRESSIVE LODGE NO. 603, A. F. AND A. M. holds its regular ' communication at the Masonic Hall on the Wednesday evening on or before the full moon of each month. Visiting brethren always welcome. E. S. BTEBATBB, W. M. K. E. PAVISOK. Sec'y. B ANCROFT LODGE NO. 517 I. O. OF G. T. meets at the I. 0. of G. T. Hall on each Saturday evening at 7 :30 p. m. Visiting members made welcome. J. B. STBBATER, O.T. G. F. BTREATER, Sec'y, meets in the I. ..'ednesday ever GEO, A. SMITH, 0. T. C BO WN JUVENILE TEMPLE O. of G. T. Hall every Wednesday even- in/? at 7 :15. . - - FEED SMITH, Sec'y. V EHA LODGK NO. 291 K. OF P- meets every Monday evening at 7 :30 p. m. at the K. of P. flail. Stranger Knights are Invited to meet with us. M. A. TURNER, 0. 0. A. J. ANDRENE, K. of K. and S. B ANCROFT LODGE NO. 544 I. O. o. F. meets every Wednesday evening at the K. of P. Hall at 7:30 p. m. Visiting Odd Fellows are invited to our meetings. W, T. HALL, N. G. P. E. KEKT, See'y. B. D.OWEN, City Drayman, Will do all kinds of hauling in or near the city as --Cheap as tbe Cheapest- and do it quick. Give me a trial. D. B. OWEN, Bancroft, Iowa. Phoenix House, BANCROFT, IOWA. Now running under new management. A. HUMISTON, AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales in any part of the county. 20 years' experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. Seeding has begun in dead earnest. The Sand's school begins next Monday. P. M. Barslon was at El more yesterday. Mrs. G. L. Jlvuvn was in tcnvn last Monday. Get you supper at the Baptist church tonight. .Frank llingsdorl: was at Algoiui last Monday. W. W. Wilson went to Chicago lust Thursday. Frank Tubbs was up from Algona last Saturday. Little Howard Clarke lias been sick for some time. * Harold Wilbur of Algona was in town last Monday. C. L. Ostrander is confined to his bed with the ."grippe." Barber Bilsborough of Burt was in town last Monday. Dr. Peters will go west for his health this coming summer. S. Higley talks of putting on an addition to his house. Ducks, geese and brant are very numerous in these parts. Frank Tallman is the proud possessor of a new $75 bicycle. Mrs. S. Mayne has been very sick with the neuralgia lately. J. S..Hofius went to Minneoplis last Friday on a business trip. G. F. Holloway is putting up a fine new barn back of his house. Peter Schuver of German township is putting up a new residence. Miss Carrie Sorenson will teach the Nichols school the coming term. A balky team furnished amusement for the town last Monday morning. H. Thorn moved into his new house in Eamsay township last Monday. C. E. Mallory was confined to his bed with the grip several days last week. Rev. Coe will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening. Miss Lillian Johnson returned from a visit to Red Wing, Minn., last Thursday. Oliver Fill and W. H. Nycum of Algona were Bancroft visitors last Thursday. Surveyor Tellier of Algona came up with his field instruments on Monday last. Miss Emma Smith will teach the Hayden school this summer in Swea township. Mrs. Wm. Ringsdorf went to Britt to visit her daughter and family last Thursday. Mrs. Ann Harris lectured at Ledyard on Thursday night, and at Burt on Friday night. Rev. Elfstrom was up conductingjser- vices at the Lutheran church, last week and on Sunday. Dr. Cutler went to Chicago to attend au Aunt whom he is doctoring at that place last week. T. J. Gannon was at Des Moines last week but arrived too late to see the Cratch bill buried. C. M. Wasso'n begins school in the A. G. Anderson district in Swea township next Tuesday. Mrs. Carolan, west of town, who has been sick for some time, is now reported as being much better. There will be a maple syrup social at the Baptist church tonight. Supper from six till all are served. BANCROFT, IPWA. Artistic work guaranteed. Pictures en- srged at reasonable prices. F.A.BRONSON Pealer in RE! Sewing Machines. Carpets, Pictures and Frames. BURIAL CASKETS Unkertaking a Specialty. DEAFNESS, S. M. Andrene came here from Chicago last week to make a visit with his son Amaudus and friends. Mrs. J. II. Grover of Portland was at the bedside of her sick sister, Mrs. E. S Streater, two days last week. D. C. Hewitt has something to say to horso owners about his stallion in these columns this week. Head it. ITS CAUSES AND CUBS, Sejentlftc ' ^ ' world- Rudolph Hartwick of Corwith came over from Corwith t9 visit his friend Ray Armstrong of the Register force. The Ladies' Aid Socioty of the Baptist church meets with Mrs. C. R. Moorehouse next Saturday afternoon. Willie Stahl returned from Du Bois, Neb., last Friday morning, where he has been visiting relatives and friends. Mary Hewitt a sister of D. C. Hewitt will teach tlu* Ludwig Anderson school in Harrison township the coming summer. Mrs. W. W. Alcorn and Mrs. Saw Goodspeed of Seneca went to CtyJdfleld to visit with Sam Campbell's fpiks a,t that place- ' ^ ' EUsha Rjjberte moved iota K)$id«ace ju«t ac^ss 101 - Mrs, T. II. Davis (wife of our coal dealer) returned from Minneapolis last Friday where she has been visiting a sister. Evort Slepor and family arrived in Bancroft yesterday from East Friesland, Germany. He lias relatives in Ramsay. Clias. J. Pettibone ia putting up a new re.sidence southwest of 13. F. Croses', the, dimensions of which are 10x24x18 ft. D. R. Crowell had n well dug back of his store which i;i 28 feet deep and contains K> feet of water. Who says Bancroft is a "dry" town. Quito a number oi: Bancroft Good Templars went to Burt in spite of mud and weather to see Mrs. Harris organize a lodge last Friday night. There will be a district meeting of the Good Templars at Goldfield on Tuesday and Wednesday, and Bancroft will send many delegates. The Standard, the National Baptist paper, states that Rev. L. A.Cummings, formerly of this place, is x now preaching at Victoria, British Columbia. E. B. Eddy's lecture at the M. E. church was fine and entertaining. He secured something over $14 towards the bell for the Buffalo M. E. church. "Willis Tallman went to Emmetsburg last Monday and returned yesterday when he started for Woonsocket S. D. on a business trip for G. W. Skinner. Lizzie Furstenburg, Ida Hunt, Susie Hackel, May Barslou and Alden Winter from this part of tbe county passed the teacher's examination at Algona last Friday and Saturday. We notice that Eugene Crosswaithas bought out the Earlham Echo. We are glad that he is prospering and we know that Earlham will not suffer for a No. 1 newspaper. Scott Allen, of Portland, priced harnesses at different places in Algona then came to Bancroft and after getting prices at C. L. Ostrander's he purchased a harness of him at $2 below the Algona prices. Senator J. W. Peterson of Goodhue Co. Minn., was down on a visit with J. B. Johnson and also ' on business pertaining to the estate of C. H. Johnson of which he is the administrator. He returned home on Saturday last. Wallace & Reed are doing the square thing by selling their Swea creamery to the farmers for a reasonable price and taking in payment checks and other paper that had become valueless by reason of the failure of the said firm. J. B. Ayle the architect showed us the plans of the new Catholic parsonage that is to be built this season on the southeast corner of the block on which the church stands. The main part is 28 x 30 and 20 feet high. The wing is 16 x 24 and 14 foot high. It will be handsomely finished and decorated. Rev. W. B. Coe, of Newmarket, preached two able and scholarly sermons at the Baptist church last Sunday, and after the evening sermon the church gave him a unanimous call to become their pastor. He has had thirty-five year's experience in the ministry and those who heard him have great hopes of his doing much good in Bancroft. We have heard of turkey gobblers that hatched out and raised chickens but C. A. Molinder of Swea has a dog that takes the cake as well as the persimmons. Mr. M. says the dog has raised several pigs whose mothers died and this spring she has started out again as nurse to a new litter of healthy grunters who are doing well under the pedagogical training of their long haired step-mother. One of the best managed and most successfully conducted weddings ever held in town was the Doderer—Breese nuptials on last week Tuesday. The M. E. church had been finely decorated for the occasion and the tying of the knot was done neatly and with dispatch. The bride is one of Bancrofts best known and most respected young ladies and she is an honor to the town where she has been raised form early girlhood. Prof. Doderer is a graduate of the Iowa State Normal School and has been the successful Principal of our schools for two years. The NEWS congratulates both the bride and the groom and wishes them much happiness. Many beatiful and useful presents were made and everything passed off pleasantly. Mr. and Mrs. Doderer left for a bridal 'tour to the home of the groom at Rockwell Iowa, where they will spend their honey moon, when the Professor will return in time to begin school next Monday. W. E. GLOSSES.—1 bave used your Which I have tfce last six years, 1. 0, G. T. PROGRAM. Following is the I. O. G. T. program for March 2nd., Company Q., J. A. Freeh, Captain: Instrumental music—Minnie Bruer. Recitation—Willie Merrifield. fnst'l music—Grace Littlefield. Recitation—Emma Barslou. l.^i)H'V—Mary Lingo. Ilecilation—Wilfred Johnson. Violin music—CharlesOdell. Paper—K. E. Gray. Debate, Resolved that the soldiers of the late Rebellion passed through more suffering than did those of the Revolution—Air., J. A. Freeh, C. A. Wilson. N(.!«.,.). ]',. &treater, II. N. Renfrew. Solo—Mrs. F. Meaker. Clo:-son's Celebrated Pain relief is a medi'iino tlmt I keep in the house and always intend to keep a supply on hand, as it is the best pain remedy I have ever used. GAL. JONES, Eldorn, Iowa. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheet-/, and F. W. Dingley, Al^ona. J Wm. Musson, Prop. Dealers in Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hatd and Caps, Gloves and Mitts, which will be wold away down below anything ever heard of before. Give me a call and 1 will do you good. Yours Truly, "And how old are you, my little man'c" said the school trustee, to a little five- year old. ''I'm not old at all. I'm nearly new!" was the response. Free sample bottles of Closson's Cough Cure, Dyspepsia Panacea, Bears Oil Liniment at the store of L. A. Sheetz and F. W. Dingley, Algona. These samples are as large as are usually sold for 25 cents but cost you nothing. Regular size 50 cents and $1. W. B. CLOSSOX. If you want your Farm Loan renewed, or want to get a deed-see me. I can save you money. A limited amount of money to loan on 30, 60 or 90 day's time. A large list of wild and improved farms for sale. Call and see me before buying. Office on ground floor in Barslou block. Bancroft, Iowa. G. W. Skinner. Breakfast Cocoa is very & Hudson have it. nice Langdon FOB BENT. 200 acres of land, good barn, well, house and wind mill. Well improved farm and near a school house. All plowing done. Call at Mallory & Hofius' store. Estray. Strayed from my farm in Ramsay township last fall two steer calves one jet black and the other black and white. Liberal reward to the finder. Leave word at the post office. A. HUMISTON. For Sale. A pair of mules, weight 2100 Ibs, age 6 and 7 years. Inquire at the Phoenix House. G. F. HOLLOWAT. The Richly Bred Percheron Horse, YOUNG PICKADORE. DESCRIPTION.— Young Pick adore is a nice bay, four years old. He is a low, blocky built fellow, standing 15V4 hands high and weighs 1500 Ibs. He was sired by Pickadore, by Imp. Pickadore, Imp. by runham, dam by Chatean- dun (2867). Young PIckadore's dam, Ran chard by Vivian, Imp. oy M. W. Dunham. Rauch- ard's dam by Tureene, imported by W. L. Elwood. Young Pickadore Is a stroug bred horse and cannot fail to be a good stock horse. 26-29 D. C. HEWITT, Prop., Bancroft, Iowa. 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 sold at the lowest rates. R. M. RICHMOND, A. B. RICHMOND, f President. Cashier. Correspondents and References. Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago, Illinois. , Citizens' National Bank, Des Moines, Iowa. Bt. Paul National Bank, St. Paul, Minnesota. Farmers' National Bank, Hudson, New York. Richard Roosman, Claverack, New York. A GOOD SEAMSTRESS IfflJLDSEGESSm AND A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY 18 ONE OF OUR NEW Pioneer Land, Loan and Insurance Agency of Bancroft. Established in 1881. A large list, of wild lands for sale. Improved farma 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. 11 RICHMOND & GO. FOR FOIL PARTICULARS ADDRESS lationalSewingMachineCo, SUCCESSORS TO JUNE MANUFACTURING CO. BELVIDERE, ILL. manufacture 08 Rno Family Sewing Machines. Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots/Shoes and Clothing All of which will, be sold CHEAP. I am just receiving a large stock of Ready-Made Clothing which will be sold cheaper than you can buy the same class of goods in any other store in town. I also handle all kinds of F. R. ANDERSON superintends this branch of my business. GLOSSES. Cough Cure for been troubled with with the best results. Jt i$ a most excel lent medicine- One to tftree doges •will care a COOM&O& cougii of % hard cold. RILEY & YOUNG'S Combination SLAT and WIRE FENCE. It is a fence for open countries, for it cannot bevlowu down. It Is the fence for low lauds, for it cauoot be washed away. It destroys no ground whatever, and if beauty be considered au advantage, it is the neatest and handsomest fann fence In the world. In short, it combines tbe good qualities of all fences lu an eminent degree, and as soou as introduced WiU become the popular fence of the country- It is beautiful and durable. It is strong and will increase tbe price of your farm far more than any other fence. It will last much longer than any other " ' reat additi New Stock OF SPRING GOODS At WILSON'S of Bancroft. We will Not be Undersold. All are invited to call and look the stock over. Bancroft +'News ALGONA REPUBLICAN Together only cost the small sura of 3 cents We do Fine Job Work, print Stationery at ^ Figures and do everything m the line of the JM J. A. FREGHL S! IrtS .*#* fence. It is round, great addition, occupies - less sunshine, haf 19 stronger than any stock no m ly visible and " > wire, will are always sold Ioade4 f«adyj immediate use. They used for roll fi}m$ oigl^i| Tbe rysw Daylight 01 can be loaded in daylight, a aev ftim is turned iat Registers exposures aq& loejks; paascf vifti ' '&£

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