The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1892 · Page 3
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 18, 1892
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THE BANCROFT NEWS J. A* JEditor. Sill: BANCROFT, IOWA, MAY is, 1392. & North-Western B'y. XOETH SOBTW >!t.itttfted ..{» Ham Mixed..... 5 07pm ff'way frei« 43»m way freight....8 15am 4 08pm Fasmniier 2 03pm CHURCH DIRECTORY. B ANCROFT MUWBYTJSRIAX CHURCH, hold* services in the school house, Sunday School rtt S p. m.. preaching service at 2 p. m., prayer meeting Thursday evening. Everybody fnvftod. KKV. K. J. OHAMBKKI.IN. Pastor. B AWCROST 8WRDTHH MJTHKKAN CHUKCH, meeting morning and evening one Sunday In each month und two evening meetings i» a month, Sunday School at 12 m. each Sunday, Sadie's Aid Society meets «ivery other Friday. BP.V. A. KLFATROM, Pastor. )' (TiBST HAITIST OHOBOH, of Bancroft, preach- t » ing service each Sunday at 10 :30 a, m. and I 8p.m., Sunday School ut 12 m.. Lords supper 1 the first .Sunday In each month at 1 p. m., pray- «r meeting Thursday evening, Loyalists meet ; on Sunday ereiilug, Covenant meeting the last Friday evening In each month, choir practice Saturday evening. Everybody Invited, strang- 1 •era especially welcome. RKV. W. B. COR, Pastor. j DANCKOFT M. K. CHUKCH, preaching service !. D each Sunday at 10 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m,, f class meeting preceding each service at ringing Jof second bell, Sunday School at 12 m., Kp- sworth League on Tuesday evening, prayer -'meeting Thursday evening, choir rehearsal ^Friday evening. Ladle's Aid Society meets Wed- ,'nesday afternoon. A cordial invitation is ex' tended to ail to attend these services. KKV. A. W. LUCK, Pastor. S T. .TOUN'H CATHOLIC CHURCH, regular services: Instruction from 10 to 10 :30 a. m., j high mass nnd sermon from 10 :30 to 12. Holy /I mass e;vcli morninj; in the week at 7 ». m.,MMr- ; y•••rled Ladle's Society meets the flrst Sunday of J every month after the sermon. Young Ladle's :*« Society meets the second Sunday ql every 'month after the sermon, Young Men's Society meets the third Sunday of every month after the sermon. KVerybody is invited to attend these services. FATHER A. J. SCHJSMMKL, Pastor. B. E. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. P BOORK8SIVH I.ODKO NO- 503, A. T. AND A. M. holds its regular communication at the Masonic Hall on the Wednesday evening on or before the full 4110011 of each month. Visiting brethren always welcome. K. 8. STRKATKK, W. M. Sec'y. B ANCROFT LODGE NO. 517 T. o. or a. T. meets &t the I. O. of G. T. Hall on each Saturday evening at 7 :30 p. in. Visiting members made wel- LRWTS GBAY, C.T. J. B. STHKATEK, Sec'y. C BOWN juvKxiue TEMFI/K meets in the I. O. of G. T. Hall every Wednesday evening at 7 ri5. GEO. A. SMITH, C. T. FKED SMITH, Sec'y. V EKA LOIH5K yo. 201 K. OK 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. TUKNKK, 0. C. A. J. ANDRENB, K. of K. and S. eetings. . E. KENT, S B ANCBOFT LODGE NO. 544 I. O.O. F. meets every Wednesday evening at the K. k of P. Hall at 7 ;30n. m. f Visiting Odd Fellows are invited to our W, T. HALL, N. G. ioenix House, BANCROFT, IOWA. J running under new management. T. ERIGHAM, Proprietor. BANCROFT, IOWA. Artistic work guaranteed. Pictures en- arged at reasonable prices. F.A.BRONSON Dealer in Flit E! Sewing Machines. Carpets, Pictures and Frames. IURIAL CASKETS Unkertaking a Specialty. W. H. CROSSWAIT, House Painter Will do work in any part of the County. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. H. CROSSVAI! Bancroft, Iowa, CARTER S PeP,8ln is the safest remedy for W** un S . weakjujgestlon. Can be taken by the smallest child. For sale by Isadlng druggists 31 "w ^P' YOUR NAME gg B*. -MWJfOH.tffiHlw Oata 25 Corn $ 28 ®g«9 ••........ .11 Butter.. 15 @ 30 Cattle $1.00 r* 3.00 Hogs .4.20 Wheat .... .25 Barley 85 Hay.. $1.00 ® 2.50 B^lax.. 85 THKNKW.SOK THKTOWJ*. The measles are upon us. When will the weather settle?' II. Austin ia digging a cellar under his house. Forest Stough was up from the hub city Saturday. T.H.Connor was up from Algeria last Saturday, Mrs. C. A. Ordway visited in Bancroft last Saturday. / Miss Adda Davison spent some days at Algona last week. C. E. Mallory has been rather indisposed for the past week. A sister of Miss Mamie Kennedy spent the Sabbath with her. W. II. Stapleton will sell • binding twine as low as the lowest. TheG. A. B. Post is preparing to celebrate Decoration Day. Barney Devine came up from Algona on cattle business last Monday. Everybody go to the Mass Meeting at Algona next Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Wm. Wilson, south of town, has been very sick during the bast week. W. H. Stapleton handles the Buckeye Binders and mowers. Give him a trial. Robert Wilson has measled out in fine shape and is reported to have been pretty sick. The Baptist Sunday School will observe Children's Day with appropriate exercises. Jphn'Meinberg was fined $5 and costs last week for driving a horse on the sidewalk. Farmers are driving hogs to market at present, as this is the best way of locomotion. Five members were taken into the Baptist church after services last Sunday morning. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. II. Morse came up from Algona last Saturday and visited over Sunday. Miss Ida Hunt was down from Ledyard last Saturday, on business and visiting friends. Eev. F. J. Chamberlm went to Ledyard Saturday and held services there on the Sabbath day. Mrs. S. W. Calllanan went to Des Moines last Monday to visit with relatives and friends. Will Richardson and his whole family have been down with the measles for the past week. A, J. Berryman has been giving the inside of his drug store a new coat of paint in the past week. The end of a freight car was jammed out here last week in switching, and it was an interesting sight. Miss Cecil Clarke was at Ilavelock, Iowa attending the wedding of her brother's wife's sister. Andrew Kleeman was called to Dubuque last week to attend the bedside of his brother, who was ill. Laurance Wolcott came home from near Algona where he is working, in order to spend the Sabbath. Odie Wilson started for Oregon and Washington, last week, for a visit and perhaps to remain permanently. ZachMoyer returned from his Illinois visit last week and reported that the water was very high in Illinois. John Warnw received ndtice last week that he was granted a pension of $5 per month. This is not enough. The young people's ice cream sociable at the Baptist church, netted between $8 and $9 in spite of the weather. Found:—A bundle containing a pair of pants. Owner will describe property pay for this ad and receive hia goods. F. A. Bronson has a fine new stock of furniture in all lines. Give him a call and he will astonish you in prices. Mrs. Frank Meaker went to Algona last Friday to visit a couple of days and from there she will go to her home for a visit. Bev. Ward came over from Lake Mills last Monday. ..Bancroft people always have a latchstring out for Bro. Ward. The club dancers had a good time at the new I. O. O. F. hall last Friday night, when they gave one of their dances. The depot has been finely repainted during the week and when agent Hawn gets back he will not know his old quarter^. J. B. Streater has been asked to take charge of J. 0. Hill &Co's. lumberyard at Ledyard, until relieved, He is run. ning tbe yard, at present. Dr. C. Walters, a graduate of Bush Medical College^ who gra near the head of to class, will t. place of Dr. Busby in his al Close of a Shooting Tonrnament. MANKATO, MJNN., May 12.— The Southern Minnesota shooting tournament closed this afternoon, after three days of successful shooting. Seventeen contestants remained until the close and their totals of 21 matches out of a possible 285, were as follows: ,-' ,, '' <245 i ""Men. 202 ; Oatama- ' u 4 ' ; , K 'llngton. 17u ; Slnctim. 22-i : Hamfle, wt ! 1Hu »' lstl 'o | n. 240 ; Steinberg 194 ; H. A.,2!7 Windsor. 221) • Mahy, m -, Allen, 2M ; Bird 246 Baley, 240 ; McHalft, Handicap, ttvf- unknown traps, 257 ; Bard, 244.~Mimiaiir.olis Tribune. Our Bancroft shooters came out far ahead of the Algona fellows, for instance, Sundstrom beat Smith eight birds in spite of all the Courier's remarks about our Bancroft shooters getting beat in their match with the Algona.'fellows lately. It is our turn to crow now. Farmers are complaining considerable about travelers crossing planted fields. This should not be so, 'but we suppose it is a "ground hog ; ' case. J. G. Graham was at Carrol, Iowa, the first of this week, and from there he went to Chicago. Maybe he will land another prisoner when he returns. Father Schemmel's sister is expected soon from Dubuque county. She will keep house for him in the Kelley residence until the Catholic parsonage is completed. A birthday party was given by Lila Morehouse last Friday afternoon to her little friends, and a great big play was indulged in by a large crowd of the youngsters. Bev. Elfstrom has dropped his Swea appointment and will only preach at Bancroft and Algona alternately. He •will preach in Bancroft every two weeks. Dr. Fairchild, of Ames, attended Mrs. E. S. Streater last week, and thinks she can be cured but that it will take some time. This agrees with Dr. Cutler's idea of the case. The Farmer's and Trader's Bank has a new ad. in the NEWS this week,which goes to show that business is brisk in spite of the weather. The Farmers and Trader's Bank does more advertising than any bank in .the county. Hurrah for the men that advertise. The mnd is not in vain. Any person who saw the performance of D. C: Hewitt and H. O. Carpenter rolling in the muddy street last Friday night would be convinced of the cooling qualities of mud upon the nerves of man. Peter Smith, a brother of D.E. Smith and who is working for Henry Mem- field was thrown from a horse last week while herding and broke the bone below the knee in two places. Dr. Busby was called and attended to the matter and Peter is doing nicely now. Tli« lintttiMi Star Bays Dr. Kauffman's great book on dis- causes, and home cure, with fine colored plates, ia the best work ever published. A copy will be sent free to anybody who sends three 2-cent stamps,to pay postage. to A. P. Ordway & Co.,Boston,Mass. 14 If a whiskey cocktail goes to a man's )ead a sherry cobbler ought to go to his "eet. 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 under stand 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. — ' >-«•>-. In a recent letter to the proprietors, Mr. H. M. Bangs, the druggist at Chatsworth, 111.,says: "I am very much pleased with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. During the epidemic of la grippe here it took the lead and was very much better liked thaa other cough remedies." The grip requires precisely the same treatment as a very severe cold, for which this remedy is so efficient. It will promptly loosen a cold and relieve the lungs.soon effecting a permanent cure,while most other medicines in common use for colds only give temporary relief. 50c bottles for sale by Dr. Sheetz, druggist. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- rhoea Remedy is the standard. Its many cures have won it praise from Maine to California. Fvery family and every traveler should be provided with. it «t all times. No other remedy can take its place or do its work. 35 and 50c bottles for sale by Dr. Sheetz, druggist. 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 Sarsapdrilla. For sale by F. W. Dingley. Republican National Convention. Tne C. M. & St. P. Ry. will sell Excursion tickets to «M» Republican, National Convention for |5.06 for the round trip C. ft St. P. |jy, to be From Hwea. On Sunday, May 8th, Rev. A. Elfstrom preached his farewell sermon at Swea, and on account of the muddy roads a smaller audience than usual greeted his presence. Ilev. Elfstrom lias been a loving and faithful pastor and it is with grieved hearts that we <}ld him good bye. We will not soon forget his earnest preaching of the word of God among us. The pulpit is now vacant but soon expect to secure a man after God's own heart. A MEMBKU. How 1 Why, two years ago I was nearly crazy, and no wonder that my wife and children were afraid of me. You just want to suf fer with neuralgia 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 Teacher—Give a sentance which shall ihcludo the words "measures, not men." Bright p;ipil—A dressmaker measures not men. Inriiun War News. One of the most potent factors in causing the close of the Sioux War was Ihe promise of the government to make suit able provision for the maintenance of the Indians, and in the agreement finally signed. Young Man-Afraid of His-llorses especially stipulated that a full supply of Haller's Barb Wire Liniment be provided as it was the most wonderful remedy they had ever used on their horses. For sale by L. A. Sheetz. V/omlerful Success, Two years ago the Haller Prop. Co., ordered their bottles by the box—now they buy by the carload. Among tbe popular and successful remedies they prepare is Haller's Sarsaparilla and Bur dock which is tbe most wonderful blood purifier known. No druggist hesitates to recommend this remedy. For sale by L. A. Sheetz. Kvery Comvutle Should Have One. Historical papers relating to the Vir ginia battle grourtd, by Gen'l H. V. Boyn ton with a battle field map prepared from the record of the War Department, can be obtained free by addressing C. B. Ryan, D. P. A., C. & 0, Railway, Cincinnati, Ohio. No one who intends visiting Washington City should fail to secure a copy. Low Rates to Cedar IZapidn. On May 30 to June 6 inclusive, the Chicago '& North Western R'y Co. will sell tickets to Cedar Rapids, Ia. and return, at one fare for the round trip, on account of the German Baptist Confer ence. Tickets good to return on or before June 30, 1892. For tickets and full information apply to agents C. & N. W. R'v. " 38-35. We are able to show you the most correct Styles and quote prices that will astonish you. Have just received 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 ol the celebrated hand-made Jefferson shoes in Ladies* and Gentleman's. Respectfully, GEO. SIMPKINS & SON. Two Daily Trains to Montana and Pact fie Coast. On and after April 3d, trains on the Northern Pacific fi'y will run as follows : Train No. 3 wl leave St. Paul 9:00 a. m. daily, running through to Spokane, Seattle, Tacotna and Portland via Butte, Montana. Train No. 1 will leave St.Pau 4 ;15 p. in. daily, running through to Spokane Seattle.Tacoma and Portland via Helena, Montana. Both trains carry complete equipment of Pullman first-class sleepers, tourist sleeping cars, free colonist sleepers, day coaches ano dining ears. Through Pullman and tourist sleeping cars >vill leave Chicago 10:45 p in daily, via Wisconsin Central Line, for Montana and the Pacific Northwest. First-class vestibule sleeper will leave Chicago c p m dally, via 0. M. Si St. »y. for Butte, Spokane and Portland .These through sleeping cars afford the best of accommodations and enable travelers to avoid ail trouble or delays from change of cars en route. The dining cars on the Northern Pacific Line continue to meet with favor with the traveling public. No efforts are spared by the company to make this an attractive part of the service. With the superior accommodations now offered tourists, business men or settlers will find the Northern Pacific Una the best route to Minn., North Dakota, Manitoba, Montana, Idaho. Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alaska Montana. Kastera awl Western Washington folders,"Wondej^tt"book. Sportsmen's gxtide „ ..water Hot Spring, a,a^ season of 1892 are now -^ ubUcatipas " - Yellowstone Park'": Alaska f outers for When You are in Bancroft do not fail to call on Ceo. Simpkins & Son, —If you want something in— DRY GOODS! Clothing, CLOTHING! Clothing, At Your Own Price. Youth?™S% ed '' th( ? 1 ff* e8t a -«lH st selected stock of Men's. «Wv««iJ^f y - 8 C i othing A . Wh y * can sell cheaper than any other store in Bancroft, is easily told : I don't have to ^ Sn? $ f? t0 ^ m P S" month for clerk Nre, therefore I caS and will sell cheaper than any other store in Bancroft Money makes the Mare go, and the Old "Hoss" trot Yours Truly, Wm. Musson. IF YOU WANT 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. 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 ottier store in town. I also handle all kinds of F. R. ANDERSON superintends this branch of my business. 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. R. M. Bichmond, Pres, I. J. Bruer, Vice Pres. A. B, Richmond, Cash. g^u. ««-u,mmu, no., i. j. unier, vice rres. A, B. Richmond, Cash. Farmers & Traders Savings Bank BANCROFT, IOWA. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa. None but home capital invested Author ized capital, 860,000. Plenty of money on hand to loan on Teal estate andL other good stcurto Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, and & general banking business transacted' S S?TT» a wnnrA» t a OI \l El iS n ^ ? collections. Insurance written, steamship tickftsto> andfrom Europe Sarnie! M?yK° Udl ' J ' BnW ' N ' E " SUerldan ' ™* Bancroft + News ALGONA REPUBLICAN, _ Together only cost tfce small sum of a cen We do fine Job Work, print Stationery at Figiwes and do everything w the line of %

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