The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1892 · Page 7
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THE BANCROFT NEWS. 1 -- _: — . — •• -I J. A.. irJrtECH, Editor. BANCROFT, IOWA, JUNE 1, 1892. ^tiioito-,1 Afe North-Western H'y. Oats .... Eggs Cattle s^l Wheat . Hay.. $1 25 Corn 11 liutter.. 00 d6 3.00 Hoes 25 Bnrlcy.. 00 at, 3.50 Flax . ....$ 28 15 @ 20 4.20 85 .. .. 85 Men celebr they n mnriii MOUTH Mixed 0 l"»' n wayfreiRht....!! 43»m passenger 4 ospm SOBTH Mixed 507pm wiiy freight.... R ISiiiii rasifinger .. ..2 i>3|>m CHURCH DIRECTORY. DANCBOFT CHUHOH. holds tlin whool house, Sunday •oionii ti. .i iirt'iiehliiK service at 2 p.m., pnwer mcellnK I'hHWilny ovwiliij!. Kmy bnrty Ot«d. RKV. V. .J. CiiAMUKiiuN. nwtor. lervtees in 3ti. m.i TlfK NKYVS (IK THK TOWN. ANCHOFT SWKDJSH U'TIIKKAV ClIUW'H, meettnji morning tinU eveiunK one Sunday Mon month nnd two evening nicjilincs j« * month. Sunday School at 12 in. ouch Sunday, Udie's Aid Soclnty meets every other I'rldixy. KKV. A. KIJTSTHOM. I'astor. F IHBT BAITIST ciiuucH. of Hancroft, preHcli- Ine servlte each Sunday at l» :»> u. in. and Bn m, Sunday School ut 12 m.. Lords stippw the first Sunday in each month at l p. m., prayer meeting Thursday evening, J ' 0 > » lls '2 " f'"J on SiindftV evening, Covenant meeting the i.wt Vrl lay'evening in each mo.it h. choir practice Saturuaj• evening. Kvrtrybody Invited, straug- V.YS especially welcome. KKV. »». J B ANCIIOFT M. K. CHURCH, preaching service each Sunday at 10 :30 a. m. '»»«. 8 > "" class meeting preceding each service at rlngirg of second boll, Sunday »«hooI at a n ., hp- worth League on Th Tuesday evening, prayer meeting TTiursclav evening. choir rehearsal Friday evening. Ladle's Aid Society meets Wed- iiesdiiv afternoon. t ex- tei,de«. to A cordial Invitation ts ex- OT. JOHN'S CATHOMC cnuBCH. regular ser_ vices : 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 sv 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 every month after the sermon. Everybody is invited to attend tKe.se ''••vices. I]KU ^ j _ ScnKMMEIj> Pastor . SOCIETY DIRECTORY. NO. 603, A. V. AND A. M holds its regular communication at the Masonic Hall on the Wednesday evening on or before the full «ioon of each month. Visiting brethren always welcome. K. 8.STKKATKK, w. M. B ANCUOFT LODGE NO. 517 I o or o. T. meets at the I O. of «. T. Hall on eacl Saturday evening at 7 -.30 p. m Visiting members made wel LKWI80BAY.O.T. J. B. STBKATBB, Sec'y. '•1 JUVENILK TKMI-LK meets in the I. v-> o. of G. T. Hall every Wednesday evening at 7:15. GEO. A. SMITH, C. T. FKBD SMITH, Sec'y. V F.KA LODOK NO. 291 K. OK 1" meets every Monday evening at 7 :30fp. m. at the K. of P. Hall. Stranger Knights are Invited to meet with us. M. A. 'ITJBNKK, C. C. A. J. ANDBENK, K. of K. and S. B ANCKOFT 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 W, T. HALL, N. G. meetings. P, B. KKNT, Phoenix House, BANCROFT, IOWA. Now running under new management. O. T. BRIGHAM, Proprietor. BANCROFT, IOWA. Artistic work guaranteed. Pictures en arged at reasonable prices. F.A.BRONSON Dealer in Sewing Machines, Carpets, Pictures and Frames. BURIAL CASKETS Undertaking a Specialty, W. H. CROSSWAIT, House Painter Will do work in any part of the County. /Satisfaction Guaranteed. YQUR NAME&n&£S di-ess will be iusurted free in our numerous d you will receive tuiougU them many plea troiu companies desmn " tQ'J... „,_. ', Bl. " " SJ Dr. E. E. Silvers was in town last Sal- unlay. P. J. Byrne was down to Aigona last Saturday. C. C. Chubh was up from Algotia last Friday. We must celebrate the Glorious Fourth of July. Dont fail to see Dunkin's suits which he sells so chenp. xVsbury Hartshorn 1ms been sick during the past week. J. B. Mousel ia putting a new coat of paint on his house. Ex-Sheriff Stephens was in our city last Monday on business. Willie S. Burns spent the Sabbath with his parents at Elmore.j Don't fail to attend the school entertainment next Friday night. Father Schemmel went to Garner, Iowa, last Monday on business. Sheriff J. G. Graham and wife went to Algona last Monday evening. W. L. Joslyn was up from Algona last Saturday on county business. Tailor Dunkin can furnish yoti suits as cheap as any man in Northern la. The time of the M. E. Sunday School las been changed from 12 to 10 o'clock. A. Hudson moved into the Rev. Williams house in South Bancroft last week. Ray Brayton, who has been very sick during the past week, is reported much better. Ambrose A. Call was a pleasant visitor in Bancroft the latter part of last week. Carl Adolfson has been sick with the measles for the last week. We feel for you, Carl. Odie Wilson has been heard from at Spokane, and says he likes it very well out there. Tailor Dunkin is still on deck and his prices are not easily beaten in Northern Iowa. V. S. Ellis is having a cellar dug and foundation laid for his residence west of H. Austin's. Mrs. E. C. Anderson spent several days last week in Algona visiting relatives and friends. W. T. Hall was up from Algona putting up tomb-stones for F. R. Anderson and D. R. Crowel. S. P. Hagluud was down from Swea last Saturday. He says S\vea may go democratic this year. Don't fail to attend the school entertainment at the Baptist church on Friday evening of this week. Is it possible that Bancroft will allow the glorious fourth to pass without a celebration? We don't believe they will. R. R. Gallion has something to say to horse or colt owners in this issue, and we hope the readers of the NEWS will take advantage of the offer. Dr. Frank Wright, a Winnebago City dentist, has been in town for a week, and will make visits to this town once a month. Look up his card in the NEWS. J. W. West invites all the people of Bancroft and vicinity to come and see Sundstrom's jewelery and bring in their repairing, which will be done promptly and in a workmanlike manner. Geo. K. Green had a good reason not to be present at the Decoration day exercises because a young lady took up her permanant abode at his home the night before. That cigar was all right George. Fred Calkins stopped off here on his flour selling trip last Saturday and spent Sunday with tbe boys. He says he is doing well in the flour business, and we are glad of it. One could not help feeling a thrill of admiration for the old soldiers as they marched along with measured tread to the Memorial Service last Sabbath. They look as though they would make a pretty good fight yet, if necessary, in spite of their gray hairs. E. Riley and wife, of Madison, Wis., have been in town several days looking after his farms in Greenwood, Burt and Ramsay townships. Mr. Riley is Secretary of the Board of Regents of the State of Wisconsin, and is an old schoolmate of Mrs. R. E. Davison. Memorial Exercises. Memorial and Decoration days were I in Bancroft this year as they never have been before. The memorial services were held at the Uap- tist church Sunday, and Bancroft Post attended in ;i body. The oration was fine, as was also the music, and the large audience seemed highly satisfied with the services. The next day, on Monday, or decoration day proper, the services were held in the M. E. church, and the orator of the day was Comrade John W. ForsyLhe. After some very beautiful anthems and selections by the choir, the orator delivered a very scholarly, patriotic and enthusiastic address. The address was the finest ever delivered in Bancroft on the subject. Special mention should be made of tlie beautiful songs furnished by the choir. After dinner the post again met at the M. E. church and formed in line followed by the school children, ministers and citizens on foot and in carriages, and the march was begun to the cemetery. After their arrival at the cemetery the school children sang some beautiful selections while others were decorating the of graves Levi Ditner, G. W. Gardner, Luther Bingliam and J. E. Webster, the fallen heroes who lie in Bancroft cemetery. The re maining flowers were strewn on a rep resentation of the graves of the un known dead, when the beautiful ritua of the G. A. R. was read by Comrad Brayton. The exercises were a success, and a credit to Bancroft Post. When You are in Bancroft do not fail to call on Geo. Simpkins & Son, —If you want something in— I have plenty of pasture and water for about 200 head of colts and horses, with two lakes on the range. Price 75c per month. Colts and horses taken any time. Our range is southeast of Capt. Jeanson's, in Swea township. 5-38 R. R. GALLIOX. SUITS, SUITS, SUITS. I am bound to sell as cheap as any. DRY GOODS! B. DUNKIN, it Tailor Can sell you suits from $10 to $20 and from that upward to $50. Don't fail to give me a call. Shop in Richmond Bonk Block, over Simpkin's store. 35-8 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 Dutchess 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. Some thought that $450 was an enormous price for the Fanny Doty colt sold by J. A. Winkel lately, but the following sale of Longfellow yearlings, or half brothers or sisters to Kossuth, shows that this colt was cheap. The following are the colts sold by M. D. Richardson, Lexington, Ky.: Brown Colt by Longfellow, dam Maraquita, sold for $3600. Bay colt by Longfellow dam Wigwam sold for $3600. Bay colt by Longfellow, dam Queen B, sold for $3300. Brown colt by Longfellow, dam Alta-Blue, sold for $6000. These were all yearlings and shows plainly what kind of blood is In our Kossuth. Dr. F. Wright, Dentist. Will be in Dr. Busby's office the fourth Monday of each month, and remain one week. Will be prepared to do all kinds of dental work in a satisfactory manner. 35-8 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 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. Ready to show New Stock of you our IF YOU WANT $1 O Reward $10O. The readers of the REPUBLICAN will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its ages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medica fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer one hundred dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Eureka, the terminus of the C.M. & St. P. R'y in McPherson' county, marketed one and one half million bushels of wheat of the crop of 1891, a much larger quantity than any country in the West. It is the golden wheat belt of the world. I have a few choice farms near Eureka for sale at from $6 to $10 per acre, either all cash or on easy payments. Write me for full information if you wish a farm at the present low prices. G. C. KNICKERBOCKER, 34 Eureka, S. Dak. When Your Liver Is torpid and sluggish, you cannot do business successfully. Everything goes wrong. You don't feel well. Get your liver in good working order by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, the great blood purifier and nerve tonic. It has no equal as a health restorer. For sale at Dr. L. A. Sheetz drug store. Vote Against the Greenbacks. It is reported that if the Greeubackers get into power they will pass a law to make everyone buy Haller's sure cure cough syrup and do away with doctors. Watches, Clocks, Sewing Machines, and Fine Silverware. Badges and Emblems OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 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. B. JOHNSON'SHoR Look at our show window and call on us and we will do you good. Repair department conducted by a skilled workman. A. Sundstrom. 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 Good Money made by our agents everywhere. No capital required. All cash commissions. From $3 to f 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. PLOWMAN !*UB. CO., 30 42 Moline, III. 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 wi 1 leave St. Paul 9 :00 a. m. daily, running through to Spokane, Seattle, Tacoraa and Portland via Butte, Montana. Train No. l will leave St.Paul A Philadelphia Sunday school teacher asked a little boy, "What sort of Uttle boys go to heaven?" The laconic reply "Dead'uns." tana. Both trains earry complete equipment of Pullman first-class sleepers, tourist sleeping oars, free colonist sleepers, day coaches and d Th n roug a n S pullman and tourist sleeping cars will leave Chicago 10 :45 p m dally, via Wisconsin. Central Line, for Montana and the Pacific Northwest. First-class vestibule sleeper will leave Chicago6pm daily, via 0. M. & bt. By., for Butte, Spokane and Portland-These through i r .fi* !-,£, »4v/x»<4 *•!»« H^ef ,\t anpnmmndft.- F. R. ANDERSON superintends this branch of my business. Large New Stock OF SPRING GOODS At WILSOFS of Bancroft. We will Not be Undersold. All are invited to call and look the stock over. B. M. Richmond, Pros. I. J. Bruer, Vice Pres. A. B. Richmond, Cash.. CROSSWAIT Bancroft, Iowa. < a» be made in 6 months tilling Tuuisou'B Atlas- CH, CUurta and. Wall Particulars free. H. C TUN1SON, Chicago, Ills, Card of Thanks. To my many friends and neighbors, who so kindly assisted me in sickness and replaced my horse that I lost, I wish to return my sincere and heartfelt thanks for the consideration and kindness they have shown me in time of distress. B. T. CLAKKB, Seneca, Iowa. "Hurrah for South Dakota! Its our innings now. We feed the world. Don't 4 chump, but buy out land now. JHO. T. KS4N, WooMOcket, 8. p. Interested People. Advertising a patent medicine in the peculiar way in which the proprietor ] of Kemp's Balsam for coughs and colds does, it is indeed wonderful. Be authorizes all druggists to give those who call for it, a sample bottle free, that they may try it before purchasing. The large bottles are 50c. and $1. We certainly would advise a trial. It may save you from consumption. Jake (sadly)—"You are not as you used to be, darling." Cora (impatiectly)— "N»; I used to be a baby." News About Town. It is the current report about town that Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who are troubled with, coughs, sore throat, asthma, bronchitaa and consumption. Any druggist will give you a tfiftl bottle free of cost. It ig guaranteed to relieve and cure. The large bottles aie 5Qe. aud ft. It. ai. jviuujiiuuu, iico. .»,«,—.«-., .----.-^^ ^ - ^^ . Farmers' & Traders Savings Bank , sleeping cars afford the best of accommodations aud enable travelers to avoid all trouble or delays from change of cars en route. The dining oars 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 Line the best route to Minn.-, North Dakota, Manitoba, Montana, Idaho. Or- egon'Washington, British Columbia, Alaska an Montan°a"Kastern and Western Washington folders,"Wbnderland"book. Sportsmen's guide. Yellowstone Park.Broadwater Hot Springs and Alaska folders for the season of 1892 are now IOWA. None but home capital invested. Author- BANCJBOPT, Tin>ftrnm - ftt«il under the laws of the State of Iowa. _.._.._ ized capital 850"000 Plentv of money ou hand t,o loan ou real estate and other good security-. Kore?gii and domestic exchange bought and soltl, and a general banking business transacted. Snecial attention given to collections. Insurance written. Steamship tickets to and from Europe. P D1REOTORS^R.^M! Richmond, I. J. Bruer, N. E. Sheridan, A. B. Richmond. B. F. Smlfcu Samuel Mayue. 0. E. Mallory. Bancroft + News Minn. pruJiUeimess— tiquor Habit- Iu all the World there Is but Oue Cure. Br. Hulues' Golden Specific. It can be given in a cup of tea or coffee with^ fi in their cofi'ee without their ,*,-.- „ ,„ today believe they quit drinking of their own freewill. Nobarraful effects results from its OinfluuatJ, 0^0- **"** ALGONA REPUBLICAN Together only cost the small sum of 3 cents per week. We do fine Job Work, print Stationery at Bed Boeli Figures and do everything in the line of the Printers Art J. A, FRECH,

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