The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1892 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 27, 1892
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A.. BANCROFT, IOWA, APRIL _27, Ohicag" & North- W'SHtcni H'y. NOJITH 80BTH OrUIIlCTI DIRECTORY. Oats Eggs Cattle $1.00 Wheat Hay.. $2.50 .20 Corn $ 25 .10 Hutter 20 3.00 Hogs 3.85 .05 Barley.... 25 2.50 Flax 80 TJM5 NKWS Ol-' TIJtK TOWN. R. M. Richmond, Pres, Kvcryhody Pastor. B A.NCMIOVT IMU'-SHYTKIUAN OltUHOlI. holds siM-vifps In tho school house, Hnndiiy School ill s p. m- prcnchlnK service at 2 n, in imivc" • meet i HIT Thursday evening. " '""' Invftmt. HK.v.1 1 '. .1.011 AMi-.Kur.Tif. Tuil-'T SWKDISH I.UTIIKRAN CHtJIMlH, >«>tlnu innriilMjs :uid r.vwiing onn Sunday iiioiith and two ovcning mmitings w iv Stmdiiv School nt, 12 tn. each Bttnday, AM noddy nipctH every other 1'i-lday. lii'.v A. HI.KSTHOM, Pastor. rj"i7<Mr HATTIST riitntcn. of Hiincroft, preaoh- K i) ti" ^umliiy Si-liitol nt la m.. Lords supper tho tlrst simdiiy in r-»«h tnoiiUi at 1 p. in., prayer niH-tliiB TliursiUy »'vriilnir, Loyalists meet on Siiuili.v I'voninp. Oovt'imnt meeting the last "iWvi'v'.-iii.t! in eniMi inoilh, choir practice Saturilay rvi-nlnir. Kvi-rytiody Invited, strang- ne.«d'iv (Utei-iKioii. A r.orilial invltsithm is ex- UilKlt'il ti» till to ;ttlfliil tln-sn sei-vii'es. ICKV. A. W. I.LjeK.. I iistoi. S -T .IIIIIN'H e.\Tinti,i(! i-riirncii. ri-iiiiliirHer- vit!i-< : Instmntlnii frinii 1(1 t" 10 :H» !i. in., Ill-ill uiiifs :in<l serniDii from in :"•» t-i 12. Holy rnnss eiii'.li iiiitniiii:; in tin- week :il 7 ;i lii.,»l!ir- rli'd l.siilie's Smiii'ly ini'i-ts tliu lust Mindriy ol CVIM-V iniiiiili iitter Uiesi-rinon. Ynini),' l.iiilievs Hnct'etv ineets the seci-iid Sntidiiy nf every nioniii iifler Hit- serniiin. YiinnK Men s Sneiety iiieeis lite t.iiinl Miinl;ty of everv iillei 1 (lie serniiin. Kvi-ryljody is invited to attend these M J Ivii'rx I-'ATHBI! A. .1. SfllKJIMKI.. I'iXStor. StiClliTY DIlM'.Cl'OliY. P liOIUtKSeiVP. I.ODKO XO MB, A !•'. AMI A. M holds iis u>|!iiliir coiiiiiiiini <vti"ii :it the Mnsoniu !!»' on tin- Wc'iliio.silii.v i-vcnln,. nn or lu-foie tlio full niooi nf <-:icli nioiilli. Vi-itin liicllnrn alwnjis welcome. I-'.. IS. STKEATKK, VV. M. Si'c'y. Subscribe for the NEWS. S. Mayne was at Algona last week. Mr. E. S. Streater is much improved. Go to the contest next Friday night. Ed says the petition was real mean now. Hal Pettibone is living in Jno.Rude's house. Ed Mantor was up from Algona last Saturday. S. II. Breese went to Algona last Saturday. Anew cellar is being dug back of D. R. Crowd's store. Robert Wilson was taken sick last Monday night. Mrs. I). II. Crowel visited at Des koines last week. G. W' Skinner was at Manson, Iowa, on business last week. Eight of Adda Davison's scholars arc sick with the measles. Wrn. Beard, of Burt, was up last Saturday on his usual visit. JohnDuckmanton is putting up a new residence east of Davis's. Prank Meaker went to Blue Earth City last Saturday on business. llanua Adolphson went to Philadelphia to study painting a week ago. If you want a nice county map, sub scribe for the Niaws and get one free. The secret societies in town are hav ing a boom in membership at present I. J. Braer, Vice Pres. ,3 A, B. Richmond, Cashier, Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa. None but home capital invested. .__™_™_™ AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $50,000.00.-——™—» Plenty of money on hand to loan on real estate and other good security. Foreign and D6- mestic Exchange bought and sold, and a general banking business transacted. Special attention given to Collections. Insurance written. WO^z^ Steamship Tickets to and from any Country in Europe. . J. Bruer, N. E.Sheridan, A, B- Richmond, B. F. Smith, Samuel Mayne* DIRECTORS. —R. M. Richmond, C. E. Mai lory. STOCKHOLDERS— 11. M. Ilielimfiml, I. -I. Urucr, N. K. Slicri.lnn, G<-<>. We. telly, C. E. Mallory, A. J. Schcinmel, It I. liniynui. J J. I5uillo?i-_ r . Christ Uoi-ttolic n olds, Mat. Frelinger, J. J. Calbtimn. 0. 0 Woriinsin. A. O. Uurimun. I 1 '. \V. Khnio, A. s. M P. Smith. .). P. Sh'-ruUui. A. B. Richmond, J. II. Sheridan, S. Mayne, J. J. Pi-ir-r K. .Jolmson, J. II. Mcrrifk-ltl, Matt. Nemmers, J. A. Campbell, A. A. Rey- B IOI'T l.ODOP, KO. 517 I. o. (.r (i. T. meets i>l tl^c i. O. Ill C. T. Ililll O" «'!K'I' SHtiiriliiy evening at 7 •.'.» l> in. Visiting memlien niiide welcome. , r .1. IV STISKATKII, 0. r. (!. F. STKKATEit, Sec'y. iri.w mi-uls in tlie 1. if U.T. nail evi-ry Wediif-siliiy t-ven- :!"> CiKo, A. bMIl'll, (J. T. .-.MITIT. Sec'y. l«i>WN JliVKMLH o \ fKHA UiDCK JSO. 201 K. OP I', V im-ctM'VlM.V AllllKiM) IMi'tiluj: ill T :;•.(> |i. 111. at tin- 1C ol' I . Ililll. SlritliliUr KltlgllLs !U'U mvUril u> iiii'i-t ttilli its. M. A. 'ill UN Kit, C. 0. A. .1. AM-tliKNK, K. of K. and S. Henry Merrifield and Nils Martin wore at Algoua last Friday on business Miss Mamie Wilson arrived last Sat ur.iUty night after an extended visit in Marshall county. Tlio I. O. O. F. had a lecturer here from Goldlield instructing the Lodge in tlio secret work. Tho 'Woman's Foreign Missionary Society meets with Mrs. C. R. Moorehouse nuxt Saturday. Win. Campbell made one of bis semimonthly trips to Truer, Iowa, to—buy horses, last Saturday. Miss Emma Smith came down from her school in Swen to attend lodge and S. P. Hartshorn and wife IIUVB broken up housekeeping, and Mr«. II. will live with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (J. W. Parker, of Algona, until their new residence that is to bo built is completed. Arbor Day was observed in Bancroft as usual, but the exercises were much better than those of a year ago. Trees were named after Washington, J. F. Doderer, and in memory of their teacher who died while teaching, Miss Mamie I. Taylor. A line literary program, interspersed with music, was carried out by the scholars. About forty-five visitors were present who all expressed themselves as well pleased with the program. The members of the Presbyterian church met at Rev. llichies' to perpetrate a surprise on their pastor, Rev. Williams, and after spending a very pleasant visit presented him with a purse of $22.50 as a testimonial of their appreciation of bis services. Ho left last Monday for New York, where he will visit, and from there to Liverpool, B ANCItliKT Ml. Mi I. O.". meets every i.i 11><; K F. \\ eiliie-i- the K. iliiv cveninir nt nf V. Mall uf. 7 :!W l>. m. Visirniii Oi-lil KfllinvN nro. invileil to cm' VV,T. IUu.. N.O. TO TUI-: i-u.iUt:. Tlic-: nndersitrued will run iv herd nt. Engl<; JjiiUi-, Knssiitli County, IOWH, the <;nn»iniit st'uson. Slee.fs* and wnvs ln-rdcd M'poni'ii'lv. We IUVP tiliont lii sections of land 'lifii«(;d. Een^lc lnUe. which nlwuvs-riirnishes <joofl. pure water. All oat lie niiist lie hruniU-d with linuiding irons. §'3 Tor s<-ns"n. Adilres^ 11 R OAI.I.TON. H-inci-nlX TOWM. BANCROFT, IOWA. Now riinninir under now innnaiiement. O. T. BRIG-HAM,' Proprietor. spend Sabbath last at home. The Slereoptican views and lectures \vero appveciateit by the large audience \\lio responded nobly in collections. F. M. Purdey's new residence, south of the llfgibter residence, is assuming proportions and will soon be iinished. John Clement has raised the roof of his house, which gives him more room and improves the appearance of the house. Eev. ChambeiTm, the new Presbyterian pastor, preached for the iirst time at Btirt, .Bancroft and Ledyard last Sabbath. We vole on waterworks tomorrow. Let those that have property to Toe taxed and that needs protection, do the The Misses Amanda and Edith Johnson, of Chain Lakes, camo down to make a visit with B. I). Sterling's family. James S. Holius has bought out Sam Mayno's interest in the trotting horse and from there to Wales, and after visiting there awhile will travel on the continent, and will stop at Strasbourg, Berlin, Rome and other cities. A G. A. R. Post was organized at the K. of P. Hall last Thursday night with officers as follows: Commander, R. I. Urayton; Senior Vice Commander, T. M. Ostrander; Junior Vice Commander, S. II. Breeze; Adjutant, R. E. Davison; Quartermaster, G. V. Davis; Sr. Surgeon, A. Casler; Officer of the day, C. B. Merrifield; Officer of the guard, John Wesley. The "Post was mustered in and the officers installed by Comrade Robert Barge south of town assisted by Comrade Tellier of Algona,and Comrade Lewis Strouse, of West Mitchell, Iowa. The Post has a good start in membership and many more will be mustered in at the next meeting, to be held next Saturday nMit. Long may the veterans prosper. OiJi n!Al!.Y. William Ormiston was born at New Port, !',. I.. Nov. 10th, 188(5 and died at his hniiH! in Seneca township, Kossnth county, Iowa, April 21:4, 18912, aged •35 yi'.ar.i, iJ months and 11 d;t.ys. When an infant he. with his i-iiircnts carno west to Wisconsin wlu-re hi; resided until he was 28 years old. whc.n lie removed to FityiMte. county Iowa, remaining there live years thence, removing to Kossnth county where lie resided on Unoriginal homes) cad until the day of his death. Ho was married in youth and to him were born four children, tlireo girls and one boy viz., Adella (now Mrs. Burt,) Ilattin, Mary ami Sammy. The wife and mother died on Christmas day 1885, and the children are now left without the loving care and counsel of both parents. He was a niHii highly honored and respected by his mnltitu le of acquaintances as was evidenced by the large concourse of people who assembledtopay their last tribute of respect, coming over roads well nigh impassable to attend the funeral which was conducted at, the schoollunise near his home, by | Rev. A. W. Luce of Bancroft. Win. Musson, Prop. Denlo.rsin Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, (Jloves and Mitts, which will be sold away down below {j-nytliing ever heard of before. Give me a call and I will, do you good. Yours Truly, sson. Free sample hottles of Closson'a Cole brated Pain Relief Couu'li Cure, Dys pepsia Panacea, Bears Oil Liniment nt the store of L. A. Sheet z and F. W. Dingley, Algona. Tlie^e wimples nre as large as are usually sold for 2"> ooiits but cost you nothing. Regular size HO ccuts and $1. W. E. CI.OSSON. If yon want your Furm Loan renewed, or want to gel a deed —see me. I out] save yon money. A limited amount of money lo loan on 30, (iO or 09 day's time. A large li*t (if wild and improved farms for sale. Call and see me. before buying. Office on ground floor in Barslou block. Bancroft, Iowa. G. W. Skinner. BANCROFT, Arlisii(! work tniarruitt'pd. urged at rcasonuhk! prices. 0" a IOWA. PictureTel!- P^ Dealer in How Unpleasant it is to see a beautiful child's* face dislig ured with vile humors, bursting through DEMOCRATIC ARGUMENT. Republican: "Our exports for last year foot up a total nf $9,77,339,70. r ),an iiu-reiise, over the previous year of §111,340,10^; don't you en 11 tlmi a good sign?" Democrat: "No, I don't " Republican: "Why not?" Democret: "VVlial's the percentage of increase?" Republican: "Thirteen per cent." Democrat (triumpliantly): "Well, ain't 13 an unlucky number?" GO TO FOR raom Sewing Machine:*. Carpels, Pictures and Fnimes. BURBAL CASKETS Unkertaking a Specialty. W. H, CROSSWAIT, House Painter Will do work in any part of the County. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W H Vi U> Top Uoysil, so Unit Mullory & 'Holius own tho horse now. Dr. 11. A. Dusby expects to leave soon on a trip 1'or his liualtla. During liis absence Dr. MeConnell, of Bloomington, will tiiRo liiti place. lluv. A. G-. Wiii-il came over .from Litke Mills last Moinlay to visit with liis many I'rieiids. The Elder looks as though lie had been very wick. District Deputy E. IT. Clarke and Commander E'.iji' Tidlier <;;tuu- ii|. lYoni Algona last Thursday to help or\i t \\\\VIM 15,incrol't Post I!. A. 11. Mrs. T. M. Kinnio and family and Hunt and wife bave mnved into lid in South U:iiicrol't. which Mrs. Kinnie bought of C. K. Mallory. C. 11. Alorehouse has been setting >ut Koine very line maples from three ,o six inches in diameter, around his •esidonce this week. Everybody else 1^ likewise. C. L. Ostrander returned last week from Clear Lake, but the surgeon tolU him there that there was no remedy for his lame knee but amputation, and Carl expects to submit to it in May. Too bad. There will be another Demorest Medal Contest at the Baptist church next Friday evening. Some of the speakers have been drilling two months, so \ve presume the speaking will be extra line. Turn out everybody and encourage the speakers. M. A. Turner's dog, Trump, concluded it was too slow a way to go down stairs by way of the door, s<| jumped frpa ihe window of ~ room, in. the Briber building, tjp the sidewalk,, thei^by dislocating oae of h& lep the skin in pimples, blotches and sores, and sadder still, when the young and innocent are laughed at and twitted in all such cases. Parents should give them that good and pure remedy, Sulphur Bit- teix, which will search and drive out of the blood every particle of humor.— Health G«zeltc.__ I'UMl'S. Go to Graham &''Elvidge for pumps. The best spring medicine is a close or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They nut only physic but cleanse the whole system and purify the blood. For sale by Dr. L, A. Sheet/. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Clothing Jin ^^^ All of which will be sold CHEAP. I am just receiving a laige slock of which will lie sold dumper that: you can buy the same Has* of goods in any other in town. 1 also liandle all kinds of F. R. ANDERSON superintends (his brani'h of my business. -:uuiMjnt at Muy Otluiuwa 5i, ISO*. The Iowa Central lly. will on May 8th, Dili, lOili and llth, sell excursion tickets to Ouiiinwa and return at half fare. Tick- is will be good to return until May 13th uulusive. In add'tion to three regular ruins, on Monday May 9ih a special train or Olturawa will leave Mason (Jity at 3:30 \). in., an;ive at Marshalltown sit. -.00 p. m., aud remain there until 5:40 t j. m. to enable the veterans to visit the joldiers Home, and will arrive at Otlumwa it 0:50 p. m. On Tuesday May 10th, the Qnuid Purade of five thousand veterans vill take pliicp. which will he reviewed >y Gnv.wor Buise and stall, Commander- n cliiel'Jolm Ptlmer, Department Coin- naiitler Q. L. Davisou, and staff, and dis- j lin^nished comrades freni various parts if iht! country. I'or rates, time of trains, md furiliur information call ou agents luwii (loniral Ry., or address, A l'\ liunks. Thos. P. Barry, Tiuilic Manager- Genl. Passgr. Agt. OPERATING oven lOOOBjilBjoHjcad MINNESOTA - AMD SOUTH DAKOTA Halt' Kates to Omaha. On account of the ganerul conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, to be held at Omaha, Neb., during the month of May, the Chicago & North-Western R'y Co. will, from April 28th, to 30th, inclusive, sell excursion tickets from all stations on its line at one half regular rates (one fare for the round trip); and from stations within a radius of 200 miles of Omaha will sell tickets at one and one-third fare for the round trip, ou the following additional dates: May 2, 4, 7,11,14, IS, fy, 85, 88 aud 80. For tickets 8^ furttieij4jfpnaatio» ap- 38-33 BETWEEN Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul Viu the Famous Albert Leu Eouto. St. Louis, Minneapolis anc! St. Paul Viu St. Louid, Mimicuiiolis i St. Paul Short Lino. AND Through Sleepers and Chair Cars BETWEEH CHICAGO, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, S. 0. CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS Viu the Fumous Albert Lea Eouto. T SPIRIT LAKE Tlio Great Iowa. Summer Resort. For Kuihvay and Hott-l Kates, Descriptive Pamphlets .and all information, address Ueueral Ticket aud Passenger Agent. CHEAP HOMES On line o£ this road in Northwestern Iowa, Southwestern Minnesota and South Dakota, where drought and crop failures are unknown. Thousands of choice acres of laud yet unsold. Local Excursion rates given. For full information as to prices of land aud rates of fare, address General Ticket aud Passenger Agent. 411 of the Passenger Trains on all Divisions of this Railway are beated by bteaui from the engine, aud the Main Line Day. Passenger Trains are lighted with the Electric Light. Maps, Time Tables, Through Kates and all information f urntsaed on application to Aleuts, Tickets on sale over this route at all prominent points to the Union, aud by its Agents, to all aud local matters of interest, please refer ra the looajl columns of this paper. C. J, IVW, •>. r PRIM o n o i Ft 11 4 VJ( ^uJ V/ IT? We will All arc invited to call and look the stock over. Bancroft + New$ ;•»-* ALGONA REPUBLICS Together only cost the small sum of H We do ine Job Work, print Stationery at and do everything in the line of the fa few

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