The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1892 · Page 3
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THE BANCROFT NEWS. BANCROFT, IOWAMAY85,1892. CKORCtt BHIBCTOBV. Oats 25 Eggs H Cattle $1.00 @ 8.00 Wheat '. .25 Hay.. $1.00 @ 2.50 .. SBS:-.:::-:: 8 THKNBWSOr T1IKTOWM. HKT n«« *». We need street lamps. Small grain looks tine. F. M. Purdy's new house is ftearly completed. IB Bancroft to have a base ball team this year? M. L. McEnroe was up from Algona last Friday. Dr. Busby expects to go away for a vacation this week. Judge Cook stopped off in Bancroft last Monday night. Mrs. J. H. Graham visited her parents in Bancroft last week. era especially welcome ]} CQR pastor< tKose * ervl < . .T. RonBMMKL, Pastor. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. PBOOBKBBIVI: I.OJJEG so. B03 A. F. AND A. M on the Wednesday evening Snorbelore the full moon nf each month. > isiimi. brethren always welcome. R. 8. BTRBATKH, W. M. G T. Hall on each ay evening at 7:30 P-. ". g members made wei in* at 7 fin.'- , GEO. A. SMITH, FRED SMITH, Sec'y. V KBA I-ODOR NO. 291 K. OF P, meets every Monday evening at 7 :30 p. m. at the K. o£ P. nSlT Stranger Knights are invited to meet vvith^s. Q Q meetings. P, E. KEHT. Seu'y. B ANCROFT I,ODGK NO. 544 I. 0.0. F. meets every Wednesday evening at the K.. ol V. Hall at 7 :3« p. m. Visiting Odd Fellows are invited to our \V,T. HALL, N. O. Ptoenix House, BANCROFT, IOWA. Now running under new management. O. T. BRIGrHAM, Proprietor. What's the reason we can't have a bicycle club in this town anyway. Rev. Elfstrom confirms a large class at the Lutheran church tomorrow. Dr. Morse was up from Atgona on a professional call one day last week. 13. C. Lindburg is grading up his lot and it will make quite an improvement. Gar Bolster moved into tbe upstairs room of Has Austin lust Monday afternoon. Henry Simpkius has on a tine new stock of hats and caps. Look them over. W. E. Jordan was in town the first of the week shaking hands with old friends. Tom Sherman was at Algona tbe latter part of last week and also on Monday last. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hawn returned from their visit in Nebraska and other places last week. When our streets get better many people would like to see the fire company out on dress parade. Father Schemmel and his sister from Dubuquebave gone to housekeeping in tbe Kelly residence. Turn out, and help decorate the graves of tbe heroes who fought for their country on Decoration Day. The latest style in fences have been built by J. B. Mousel and A. Furstenberg lately around their residences. Rev. A. G. Ward's new house in south Bancroft is assuming proportions and looks well in its -beautiful location. Quite a number of cattle perished in last week's storms owing in many cases to their not having been properly wintered. Mrs. E. S. Streater's many friends will be sorry to learn that she has been a little worse in her sickness since last Saturday. G. .W. Smith has put up a new stair way alongside the corner drug store and the sidewalk has been widened accordingly. Robert Wilson was very sick with the measles, and now it has turned into the pneumonia, and is considered rather serious. Mrs. Has Austin was at Algona last of I. 0. 0. T. Program, The following ia the L O. G. T. program for May 27th, C. L. Ostrander, Capt.: Recitation—Glen Davison. Reading—Guy Streater. Recitation—Charles Wilson. Essay—J. A. Freeh. Reading—Bert Bliss. Recitation—Otto Bruer. Essay—J. B. Streater. Close by a song. It is said that Prof. Doderer has signed a contract to teach the Rockwell schools but we are not prepared to vouch for the truth of the above statement. P.M. Barslou and J. A. Winkel walked from the tank south of town to town last Sunday in 55 minutes. The boys had better look out or the heavy weights will do them up in fast walking. J. W. West, a skilled workman, has charge of Sundstrom's repairing de- - .. — — . — — ...... - Euteka, the terminus of the o.M. & st When You are in Bancroft do not fail to call on P, R'y in McPherson county, marketed one and one half million busheU of wheat arger quan West. It IB Try it. week visiting Mary Hiebsamon, partinent, and will do fine work. Look at Sundstrom's bran new ad in this issue of the NEWS. Mr. West makes a specialty of doing engraving to order. Quarterly meeting was held at the M. E. church last Sunday morning and in the evening the Sacrament of tbe Lord's Supper was administered by Presiding Elder Black. Rev. Ward assisted in the services. One of Algona's teamsters would not believe the writer when he said that the streets were not so muddy but that a dray could drive through them. No buses were run in Algona just after the last rain while in Bancroft no dray was stopped. Tom Clark, of Seneca, has been having some trials—in fact more of them than is usually spread on at once. He lost a valuable piece of horse flesh, and now his whole family including himself are sick with the measles. The neighbors have raised $125 to replace :the horse, which will help him out i some. Isn't it about time to talk about Fourth of July if we are going to celebrate in Bancroft this year? It is only about six weeks until the glorious 4th will be upon us. How would it do for the "kids" to take hold of this matter and have a grand old fashioned wide awake time and all managed by the kids, for they could do the thing up brown? The Good Templars have divided their lodge into two literary "sides" the boy's on one side and the girl's on the other. C. L. Ostrander is captain of the boy's side and Miss Mary Linge officiates for the girl's side. The programs will be published in the "News" each week. The side that is defeated is to buy 4 pictures and frames for the Lodge room. A lawsuit was tried before Squire Davis last Saturday wherein M. L. Carr was plaintiff and O. O. Brocke was defendant. Lawyer Barslou appeared for the plaintiff and the defendant pled his own case. There was no jury and the squire gave the plaintiff a verdict for $1.50 and costs amounting to about $10. It was a case of trespass of the crop of 1891, a much lar tity than any country in the . the golden wheat belt of the world. I have a few choice farms near Eureka for •ale at from $6 to $10 per acre, either all CMh or on easy payments. Write me for full information if you wish a farm at the present low prices. G. C. KmcKKRBOcKBB, Eureka, 8. Dak. A House Mown MA« Up. Baby had a cold; Mrs.McQinnis said hot Whiskey. Aunt Katy said catnip tea, Cousin Em. said rhubarb 1 was the thing, but Grandpa (heaven bless him) said Haller'sSure Cure Cough Surup would take the cake, and it did. "Isn't he rather distant?" "He can't help it. He has spent the greater part of his life in far off lands." Death ami lt« Struggle. Up to now whoso entered into a fight with death, fought a loosing fight-now science has Discovered a way to circumvent even death-Haller's Sarsaparilla & Ceo. Simpkins & Son, —If you want something in— DRY GOODS I Burdock grapples with a disordered system and carfully builds and reorganizes. For sale by Dr. L. A. ahcetz. When you buy your spring medicine We are able to show you the most correct Styles and quote prices that will astonish you. Have just received a large invoice of CENT'S CLOTHING! Direct from Eastern manufacturers. We sell Dutchesa 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 shoes in Ladies' and Gentleman's. Respectfully, GEO. SIMPKINS & SON. you should get the best,and that is Hood's Sursaparilla. It thoroughly purifies the blood. Washington Star: "No,"he answered, "I don't play lawn tennis. It is what you! would call a one armed sport." 0, well," she answered quickly and thoughtlessly, "you might say the same thing about driving." W. E. CLOSSOK:—Your Pain Relief surpasses all pain remedies I have overused. E. Ross, Pres. People's Nat. Bank, Independence, Iowa. For sale by L. A. Sheetz and F. W. Dingley.. Algona. HALF KATES TO MINNEAPOLIS. The Chicago & North-Western R'y Co. will sell from all stations on its lines within a radius of 250 miles ot Minneapolis, on June 3d to 9th inclusive, tickets to Minneapolis and return at one fare for the round trip, tickets good for return sage until June 25,1892, account Ke- MUl jlican National Convention. For tickets and full information apply to agents C. & N. W. R'y Co. 33 36 Detroit Grand Haven and Milwaukee Steamer Line. Steamers between Milwaukee and Grand Haven have resumed regular service, leaving Milwaukee daily at 8:30 p m. C. M. & ST. P. RY. Clothing, CLOTHING! Clothing, At Your Own Price. Just 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 easil} 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. IF YOU WANT Good Money made by our agents everywhere. No capital required. All cash commissions. From $3 to $10 per day, easy. Write for information how to secure an income. Men with team or horse and buggy preferred, but this is not essential. PJL.OWMAN PUB. CO., 3042 Moline, III. If you want your Farm Loan renewed, or want to got 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. : . : G. W, Skinner. B. Two Dally Trains to Montana and Pacific Coast. On and after April 3d, trains on the Northern Pacific: B'y will run as follows : Train No. 3 will leave St Paul 9 :00 a in. daily, running through to Snokane Seattle, Tacoma and Portland via Hatte Montana. Train No. 1 will leave St.Paul 4 "B p in.dally, running through to Spokane, Seltt?e.T\ coma and Portland via He eimMon- BANCROFT, Artistic work guaranteed, arged at reasonable prices. IOWA. Pictures en- F.A.BRONSON Dealer ia Buffalo township, who was being treated by Dr. Morse. The delegates who attended the Algona meeting were Erma and Anna Barslou, Mabel Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith and the writer. Mrs. C. A. Ordway was down from Ledyard last Thursday, and in the evening went on to Algona with C. A. to attend the mass meeting. A fine large addition is being put on the Economy Store which will give Mr. Crowel an increased amount of room for his growing business. An addition is being put on the by tbe defendant crossing the plaintiff's .garden. • Married, at the M. E. Parsonage,,by Bev A. W. Luce, on Saturday, May 21st, 1892, Mr. George Beard of Burt, and Miss Fannie Warner of Greenwood, and one of Greenwood's fairest and most respected daughters. Little did we think as we saw "Shorty" on i the train Saturday, on the way up from Algona, that he was so soon to launch out on the wide sea of matrimonial blessedness and leave for ever behind his bachelor days, but facts are stubborn things and we wish the bride and tbe groom a long, prosperous T rough Pullman and tourist sleeping cars will leave Chicago 10 :45 p m daily, via Wisconsin (entral LineTfor Montana and the Pacific Nm'lmest, First-class vestibule sleeper will ipuve Chicago G p m daily, via 0. M. Ss bt. isy., for Butte, Spokane and Portland .These through seen iff cars afford the best of acconmioda- tons and enable travelers to avoid all 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 t e *%?£?* With the superior accommodations now ottereo. tourists, business men or settlers will hnd the Northern Pacific Line ttie best route to Minn., North Dakota, Manitoba. Montana. Idaho. Oregon" Washington, British Columbia, Alaska an Monton°a?Kaktern and Western Washington folders ••Wonderland"book. Sportsmen's guide. Yellowstone Park.Broadwater Hot Springs and A?aska folders for the season of 1892 are now ouuTf press,. Any of these P.ubUcations maUed Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes 'and Clothing All of which will be sold CHEAP. I am 'just receiving a latge stock-of Ready-Wlade Clothing which will be sold cheaper lhau you can buy tbe 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. Economy Store and when finished will and peace f u \ journey down the river Sewing Machines, Carpets, Pictures and Frames. BURIAL CASKETS Undertaking a Specialty. W, H.CROS8WAIT, House Painter Will do work in any part of the County. Satisfaction Guaranteed. I, H, CROSSWMT Bancroft, Iowa, $1,000 Can be made m 6 months selling Tunison's Atlaa- e», Charts and Wall Maps. Particulars tree. Address H, G TIMSOH, C1MO, |L T^dF \Hr •'* * K* » » w w v." W«*» v») v« * address will be Inserted free In ouji lists, and you will receive tbrougn.tli; ..«l»nK1n att«r\nJAO ffQHJ CQUt nfLn Ho Jlie AN be occupied by Neinmers Bros. Tbe up stairs will be used as a hall. Beautiful skies and weather. Can't be beaten in Italy. Farmers are putting in about 18 of the 24 hours in a day getting corn land ready for planting. Alvin Hanna, who has been stopping at F. A. Bronson's and going to school during the winter, went home to help his parents in Burt township in tha spring work. We understand some ladies of town are circulating a petition for names to organize a Woman's Relief Corps and we hope that they may be eminently successful in their undertaking. J. A- Winkel has sold a Fanny Doty colt, by Kousuth, to L. J. Price, Sutherland, Iowa, for the consideration of $450. This must be a splendid colt that it will command such a price. Bancroft Merchants are interesting themselves in th,e roads leading to town and tbe roads will be put in good condition as soon as such a thing is possible any where in the country. Ellis says that more than half the prohibition leaders have liquors in their cellars. We presume likely he 'speaks at least HOW iS of time, and hope their joy may never grow less. Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera aad 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 at all times. No otber remedy can take its place or do its work. 25 arid 50c bottles for sale by Dr. Bheetz, 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 8arsap<irilla. For sale by F. W. Dingley. OF SPRING GOODS At WILSOFS of Bancroft. We will Not be Undersold. All are invited to call and look the^ stock over. __ ^ I, J. Bruer, Vice Pres. A. B. Richmond, Cash. Ready to show you our New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Sewing Machines, and Fine Silverware. T T KrUOr V106 liCS. **•• M * **•«*"•"'••**? tf^ffmrw Fanners' & Traders' Savings Bank Republican National Convention. The 0. M. & St. P. Ry. will sell Excursion tickets to the Republican National Convention for $5.06 for the round trip. C. M. & St. P. By. Democratic National Convention to be held at Chicago beginning June 81st excursion/tickets will be sold June 17th to 31st, return coupon good until July eta, at one fare for the round trip (fll.Oo). Low Kates to Cedar Rapid*. On May 80 to June 6 inclusive, the Chicago & North- Western R'y Co. will sell tickets to Cedar Rapids, la. and return, at one fare for the round trip, on accou4i>f*he G^rmftp, Baptist Confer ence. tickets good to retu.ru on or before June 80,1899. For tickets and full information apply to agents 0. & *• W. •n. ., . . .. OO 00. Badges and Emblems R ancro ft + NeWS rvp Tji.vw.BV TVRanRipTION. *^^ W% » OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. if Look at our show window and call on us and we will do you good. Repair department conducted by a skilled workman. A. Sundstrom. ALGONA REPUBLIOA We Figures and do everything in ****

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