The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1892 · Page 3
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 11, 1892
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THE BANCROFT NEWS J. A.. JPRKCH, Editor. BANCROFT, IOWA, MAY 11, 1892. •Chicago & North-Western K'y. NORTH Mixed 9 *way freight.... 11 43am -passenger 4 08pm BOHTH Mixed 5 07pm way freight....8 15am passenger 205pm CHURCH DIRECTORY. ANCKOFT PttKHBYTKRUN CHUHOII. holds services in the school house, Rnnday m nvnanhlnir aarvIpQ at 2 p. PI., Kverybody B Schooi"at 3 p. m.. preachini? service at 2 p. m., mrayer meeting Thursday evening. Kverybod" anvfted. BKV. F. ,T. CHAMBKRLJN. Pastor. B ANCROFT 8WKDISH MJTHKRAZf CHURCH, meeting morning and evening one Sunday ''dn each month and two evening meetings in a month, Sunday School at 12 m. each Sunday, Sadie's Aid Society meets <-very other Friday. KKV. A. ELKSTROM, Pastor. F IRST BAPTIST fiHUROH, of Bancroft, preaching service each Sunday at 10 :30 a. m. and .-8 p. m., Sunday School at 12 m.. Lords supper the first Sunday in each month at 1 p. m., prayer meeting Thursday evening, Loyalists meet on Sunday evening, Covenant meeting the last Friday evening in each month, choir practice Saturday evening. Everybody invited, strang- -ers especially welcome. ^ ^ Oats 20 Eggs 10 Cattle 11.00 @ 3.00 Wheat '. .65 Hay.. $2.50 @ 2.50 Corn $ 25 Butter 20 Hogs 3.85 Barley 25 Flax 80 THKNKWSOF THK TOWN. TEMPERANCE MASS MEETING. B ANCROFT M. K. CHURCH, preaching service each Sunday at 10 :30 a. m. and 8 p.m., class meeting preceding each service at ringing of second bell, Sunday School at 12 in., JM>worth League on Tuesday evening, prayer meeting Thursday evening, choir rehearsal Friday evening. Ladle's Aid Society meets Wed- aiesday afternoon. A cordial invitation Is extended to all to attend these services. KKV. A. W. LUCK, Pastor. S T. .TOHN'H.CATHOMC CHURCH, regular services : Instruction from 10 to 10 :30 a. m., Jiigh mass and sermon from 10 :30 to 12, Holy mass each morning in the week at 7 a. m.,Mar- ffied 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. SCHEMMKL, Pastor. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. P ROORRS8IVR I.ODKG NO. 803, A. F. AUD 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. 8.STHKATKR, W. M. R. E. nAvisojr. Sec'y. B ANCROFT LODGE NO. 517 I. o. OF o. T. meets at the I. O. of G. T. Hall on each Saturday evening at 7 :30 p. in. Visiting members made welcome. LEWIS GRAY, C.T. J. B. STBRATBK, Sec'y. /~»KOWN JUVENILE TEMPLE 1116613 in the I. V-> O. of G. T. Hall every Wednesday evening: at T :15. GEO. A. SMITH, C. T. FRED SMITH, Sec'y. V EHA LODC1E NO. 291 K. OF P- meets every Mondav evening at 7 :30 p. m. at the K. of P. Hall. Stranger Knights are invited to meet with us. M. A. TURNER, 0. 0. A. J. ANDRENE, K. of K. and S. meetings. P.E.KENT, Sec'y. B ANCROFT LODGE NO. 5W 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 W, T.HALL, N. G. Phoenix House, BANCROFT, IOWA. Now running under new management. O. T. BRIGHAM, Proprietor. BANCROFT, IOWA. Artistic work guaranteed. Pictures en- urged at reasonable prices. F.A.BRONSON Dealer in RE Sewing Machines, Carpets, Pictures and Frames. BURIAL CASKETS Unkertaking a Specialty. W. H. CROSSWAIT, House Painter Will do work in any part of the County. Satisfaction Guaranteed. I, H, CROSS?AIT Bancroft, Iowa, PIRTPR'R Pepsin Is the safest remedy for VAiUuu 0 weak digestion. Can be taken by the smallest child. For sale by leading druggists 31-43 YOUR NAME., •^jWKiqgjfgqjy, from com lift numerous many Look out, boys! Look out! Odie Wilson was at the Hub City last Wednesday. A fine new fence adorns tlie M. E. Parsonage front. Miss Hilda Stinson paid Algona a visit last Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Graham were up from Burt last Saturday. Albert Crammond was in town visiting friends last week. The "long legs" were down from Ledyard last Thursday. There will be services at the Swedish Lutheran church to-night. Regular communication of Progression Lodge tonight at 8 o'clock. Andrew Larson has been visiting his many friend in town the last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Evans were at Algona on business on Saturday last. H. Phelps finishes and paints his house this week, if the weather permits. S. Mayne,, J. G. Graham and II. Austin were at Algona last Friday afternoon. W. S. Furry went to Minneapolis on a trip of business and pleasure last Saturday. Milo El well, of Ramsey township, visited at R. E. Davison's, in Bancroft, last Sabbath. J. J. Budlong is to move to town this week with his family into the new Phelps house. B. F. Grose was at Ft. Dodge last week and stopped off at Lu Verne on the way back. John Smith was down from Minneapolis last week shaking hands with his many old friends. Rev. F. N. Eldridge, the State Sunday School Missionary, was in Bancroft two days last.week. The Des Moines river south and west of this place is higher than it has been for a number of years. One of the Nemmers Bros, is putting on a fine addition to the old Martin residence. Let Bancroft boom. C. F. Higley and E. S, Streater have been putting up new poultry fences on their premises during the week. W. W. Wilson and Flora Wilson were at the bedside of their sick father at Traer, Iowa, and returned last Saturday. Mrs. Henry Johnsop is having the roof of her residence kitchen raised, which will make a fine appearance on that street. Tom Cruse sold eighty acres of land in Ramsey township, for $17 per acre, last week, and has enough left to farm for himself. The next contest will be fought by boys only, as no girls are entered. It is expected to have the contest come off about June first. Alex Carpenter was in town from the bull-frog farm last Saturday, and reports the water so high that it is floating out the back teeth of the tadpoles. Will Stapleton is putting up a new machinery house west of the John Paul lumber yard. We wish you the best kind of success in your new undertaking Will. B. F. Smith was over from Ramsey last week and reports that] on Friday last, he could see from one to five teams fast in the mud near his place, at almost any time on that day. Ex-Governor Larrabee, of Clermont, spent the Sabbath in town and reported himself as well pleased with, our town on account of our having no saloon and so many churches and societies. Mr. Hawn, our depot agent, went to Nebraska last Thursday to attend a wedding of some relatives, and to come home with his wife who had preceded him on a visit to that part of^the country. F. B. Ward, northeast of town, thinks this rain will give the newcomers a bad impression of the country, but if they will bear in mind that this only comes once in a number of years they will not be alarmed. TheU. D. M. stated that C. L. Ostrander's injury to bis knee was caused some weeks ago by the kick of a horse, while as a mattti of fact, it was caused several years ago, and was aggravated by the measles, from whichjhe suffered lately. C. L. Ostrander returned from Chicago last week and reported that the doctors were unable to agree on a cure for his lame knee. While in Chicago be visited at Evanston with V/. E. Jordan and family, whom he reports as well and happy. O. M. & St. V. By. Democratic National Convention to be bold at Chicago beginaing June 91st excursion tickets will be »old June 17th to Slit, return coupon good until July 6th, 0 am fare for w WMWp (|U.B)» A Two Day's Session—The Program. (Unpublished by request.) Below we give the program of the Union Temperance Meeting to be held in Algona Thursday and Friday, May 19th and 20th, under the direction of llumboldt District Lodge, I. O. G. T. The meeting promises to be of interest and it is hoped that all who are interested in temperance work will arrange to attend. IS UATAKRH INCUUAULK ? THURSDAY, MAY 1!»-2:00 TO 5::». Business session of I. O. O. T.—Conferring of District Decree, ami for this transaction of liny business which may occur.— AHsltfiihijir placiis of (Mitortulninent— !n- troductory Sociable—Meeting: of W.C'.T. I/. THURSDAY EVENING. Prtiyer Kuv. Dorwurrt, Alironu Mu.sic Mrs. Nollio Bowyor, Alffona Paper Temperance In Schools Ilev. F. J. Chuniborlain. Burt. Discussion, B. F. Ueed, Supt. Schools Algona Kocitatlon Mrs. .T. B. Kendall. Ledyard Music Mrs. Nollio Bowyor, Algona Address B. F. Wright, Charles City Music Mrs. Nellie Bowyer, Algona FRIDAY, MAY 20-FORENOON-9:00. Devotional Exercises—Rev. Dorwurd. Rev. Black, llov. Flanlgan. Music Mrs. W. A. Black Temperance in the Church .' ... Rov. Davidson. Algona. Discussion—led by Presiding Elder Black Algona. Music W. C. T. U., Algona Recitation By Ruth von Lodge Music Mrs. W. A. Black, Algona I. O. G. T. Auxiliary to the Church. •... Rov. Flannigan, Algona. Open Discussion. Music Mrs. W. A. Black, Algona Reading Mrs. Ayer, EmmetHburg AFTERNOON SESSION-l:3l). DEVOTIONAL KXKHCISES. The Alcohol Disease Mrs. Lizzie B. Reed, Algona Music By Ruthven Lodge Temperance at the Columbian Exposition Caroline Ingham. Algona. Music By LuVorne Lodge Temperance, by 1. O.G. T. District Lecturer —Mrs. Gertie Nurse. Music Mrs. W. A. Black, Algona Recitation Belle Tollier,, Algona Importance of Juvenile Templiiry—Mrs. H. P. Hatch. Whlttcmore; Mrs. E. Lull. Algo- im; Mrs. Remington, State Supt. of.I. T. Music By Bancroft Lodge Recitation By Ernmotsburg Lodge Temperance and the Press Jos. W. Hays. Algonu Music Mrs. W. A. Black, Algona Temperance Legislation J. A. Freeh, Bancroft Discussion. Led by Eugene Tollior, Algona Music Mrs. W. A. Black, Algona FRIDAY EVENING. Scripture Rov, .Flanigan, Algona Invocation Rev. Davidson. Algona Music Mrs. Nellie Bowyer. Algona Gold Medal Contest. Solo S. Resor, Ledyard Awarding of Medals. Music Mrs. Nellie Bowyer, Algona The following officers were elected at the I. O. G. T. lodge to fill vacancies: secretary, J. B. Streater; financial secretary, Guy Streater; marshal, Charles Wilson; chaplain, J. A. Freeh; sentinel, Alden Winters; P. C. T., G. W. Smith. The new officers were installed and the lodge begins the quarter with bright prospects. A new sheriff detective blossomed last week in the person of Sheriff J. G. Graham when he captured Paul Sands at Estherville for a crime committed over a year ago and for whom a detective bad been searching for over a year. We also learn of another important capture but could get no particulars. These Bancroft men are bound to get to the front of the procession. Answer No, uud for the Following Kennon/i The various kinds and modes of local applications for catarrah, such as sprays, atomizers, douches, inhalants, fumiga tions, creams, ointments, lotions, gargles, etc., etc., have in many cases a soothing effect on the inflamed surfaces, and aro sometimes useful to assist a cure; but neither of them nor all of them together ever did or ever will cure a case of catarrh. These things may give temporary relief, but it is useless to expect a cure of them. Catarrh is not a local disease, hence cannot be cured by local treatment. The only hope of success in the permanent cure of a case of chronic catarrah is to devise some remedy that will stimulate the nerves which supply the capillary blood vessels. There is but one remedy that has the most desirable effect, and that remedy is Peruna. This remedy strikes at once at the root of the catarrah by restoring to the capillary vessels their healthy elasticity. Peruna is not a temporary pallalive, but a radical cure. Its action is neccessarily slow but permanent. The reason that there are any failures is either because the catarrah is complicated by some organic disease or the patient does not take the medicine long enough. The majority of people expect to be cured in a week or two of catarrnh that has run for ten or fifteen years. Such people are nearly always dissapointed. Peruna will cure a recent case of acute catarrah in a few days or weeks, but when the disease becomes chronic it takes longer. In no case should anyone leave off taking Peru nn until after writing Dr. Hartman, as a letter from him is almost sure to point out the cause of the failure. A valuable pamphlet of 32 pages, setting forth in detail the treatment of catarrh, coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis and consumption, in every phase of the disease, will be sent free to any address by The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Co., of Columbus, Ohio. When You are in Bancroft do not fail to call on Geo. Simpkins & Son, —If you want something in— DRY GOODS! ? • r es and Have just received We are able to show you the most quote prices that will astonish you. a large invoice of GENT'S CLOTHING! Direct from Eastern manufacturers. We sell Dutches^ Trousers, never rip, stylish cut, easy fitting; try a pair. FURNISHINGS! We have the largest and most complete line that ever came into northern Kossuth; also have the exclusive sale of the celebrated hand-made Jefferson shoss in Ladies 7 and Gentleman's. Respectfully, GEO. SIMPKINS & SON. '•So your John baa got religion?" "Well, he hasn't exactly got religion, so to speak, but he waits at the church door for his girl every Sunday night." The Boston Star pays Dr. Kauff man's great book on dis- causes, and home cure, with fine colored plates, is the best work ever published. A copy will be sent free to anybody who sends three 2-cent pay postage, to A. P. Ordway & Co.,Boston,Mass. 14 Out on the "arid plains" of the "Great American Desert," where rain never falls, they are "mudding in" their wheat under cover of umbrellas. Clothing, CLOTHING! Clothing, At Your Own Price. Jiivst arrived, the largest and best selected stock of Men's Youth's and Boy's clothing. Why I can sell cheaper than any other store in Bancroft, is easily told : I don't have to pay from $40 to $100 per month for clerk hire, therefore I can and will sell cheaper than any other store in Bancroft. Money makes the Mare go, and the Old "Hoss" trot. Yours Truly, Wm. Musson. YOU WANT How 1 Felt. Why, two years ago I was nearly crazy, and no wonder that my wife and children were afraid of me. You just want to suffer with ceuralgia with no relief as I did until I used Sulphur Bitters. They cured me, and now my wife says I am as meek as a lamb.—Robert Davis, American House, Boston. 15 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, CO 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. No Cure no Pay. I wish to say to the people of Kossuth county that we mean every word we say and very much desire you all to understand us so. As it is impossible to meet with you personally and fully explain matters we will give you all the privilege of using one bottle of Closson's Dyspepsia Panacea and blood purefier then if you are not satisfied that you feel better in spirits, more as you did when young and full of happiness and flowers seemed to bloom up on all sides of you, you are at liberty to return the bottle and receive exactly what it cost you. This remedy works on the stomach, bowels and kidneys and is prescribed by some of the best physicians in the states of Illinois, Iowa. Nebraska and Kansas. Get a bottle of Closson's celebrated Pain Relief,Cough Cure and Bear's Oil Liniment on the same conditions.—W. E. Clossen. For sale by L. A. Sheetz and F. W. Dingley, Algona. •".».-. Stranger—Do Chicago people regard marriage as a lottery? Resident— They don't regard it at all, as a rule After the Grip And after typhoid fever, diphtheria, pneumonia, or other prostrating diseases; Hood's Sarsaparilla is just what is needed to restore the strength and vigor so much desired, and to expel the poison from the blood. It has bad wonderful success in many such cases. Hood's Pills act especially upon the liver, rousing it from torpidity to its natural duties, cure constipation and assist digestion. 133 It is a fixed and immutable law that to have good, sound health one must have pure, rich and abundant blood. There is no shorter nor surer route than by a course of DeWitt's Sarsaparilla. For sale by F. W. Dingley. Republican National Convention. C.M.&S$,?.By.wBJa4 tickets to A Persistent Man. "I should like to sell you a gimlet," said a careworn looking man, as he walked into an office the other day. "We have no use for one," replied the cashier. "But you should always look into the misty future," went on the fiend demurely. "This winter you will want to make holes in your boot heels, so you can get your skates on." "1 use club skates—no straps required." "You may want to screw some boards together some time. The old fashioned method of driving the screws in with a hammer is pernicious, as it deteriorates the tenacity of the fangs of the screws. as it were." "Nothing today, sir." "The gimlet also acts as a corkscrew." "I don't want it." "It may also be used as a tack hammer, a cigar holder and also a toothbrush." "I don't want it." "It lias an eraser, a pen, an inkstand, a table for computing compound interest, and a lunchbox attachment." "I can't help it. I don't want it." "I know you don't. You're one of those mean men that won't buy a gim let unless it lias a restaurant, and a trip to Europe, and an Italian opera company attached. You're the kind of a man that would live near an electric light to save a gas bill." And the peddler walked out with his head thrown J. B. JOHNSON'S"^ Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Clothing All of which will be sold CHEAP. I am just receiving a laige 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. back and tail feathers spread.—Texas Siftings. His Love Cooling. Anxious Mother—Dear me! What is the matter? Bride—Boo-hoot My bus—husband doesn't lo—love me as much as he did. Boo-hoo-hoo! Anxious Mother—Mercy on us! What has happened? Bride—When he went dow—down town this morning he only (boo-hoo), only kissed me seventeen times, boo-hoo- hoo-hoo!—Good News. Large 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 Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa, nar- jowly escaped one of the severest attacks •f pneumonia while in the northern part of that state during: a recent blizzard, says the Saturday Review. Mr. Blaize had occasion to drive several miles during the storm and was so thoroughly chilled that he was unable to get warm, and inside of an hour after his return he was threatened with a severe case of pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize sent to the nearest drug store and got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, of which he had often heard, and took a number of large doses. He says the effect was wonderful and that in a short time he was breathing quite easily. He kept on taking the medicine and the next day was able to come to Des Moines. Mr. Blaize regards W§ »ure as simply wonderful. 50 cent bottiflS tot sale by Dr. &< A- Sheetz. , ALGONA REPUBLICAN Together only cost the small sum of 3 cents per week. We do Fine Job Work, print Stationery at Bed Bock Figures and do everything in the line of the Printers Art J. A. FRECH. KODAKS are always sold loaded ready for immediate use. They can be used for roll films or glass plates. The new Daylight can be loaded in daylight. Registers exposures and locks automatically when a new film, is turned into place. to Scad for Circulars. - b; by Tfe<^ F« THE EASTMAN CQMPAHY, Www*"^^*W *w&S^- f^^^s^F-,

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