The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1892 · Page 3
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 8, 1892
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THE N ttfpffmsq w 'a w LW BANCROFT. IOWA, JUNE 8. 1802, Oats & Nortli-W"stern R'y. SOBTH NOHTIt Mixed ••..•.-••» :::: 4 Cattle $100« 3.00 Wheat .......... 25 Tiny.. $1 00 (ft 2. HO Corn Butter.. Hogs Barley... Flax ....$ 28 15 (<* 20 ... i 4.20 .... 85 .. .. 85 THH NKWS OF THK TOWN. CHURCH mUKCTOHY. PRlWBYTKni *» I, holds 8ti inlay r ' ers especially welco "}fp, v . w . U.COK, Pastor. Ice en-am tonight. llurrnh for BUiinc from the State of Maine- Ice cream sociable at the Baptist church tonight. Rev. II. Austin preached at Forsythe last Sabbath. Miss Alice Farvour was up from Burt last Saturday. Will Hall was in town several days during the past week. J. J. Kelly lias been painting his house during the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Graham spent the Sabbath in Bancroft. Nick Arend has been a trifle under the weather the past week.. II. W. Phelps has put up a new barn on his premises in the past week. Mrs. F. II. Vesper was up from Algona last Saturday visiting friends. Go to the sociable at the Baptist church tonight and have a good time. Mvron Hunt has been putting up I. O. U. T. PROGRAM. Following is the I. O. G. T. program to be rendered Saturday evening, June llth, C. L. Ostrander, Captain: Composition—Warren Peters. Recitation—Hob Wilson. Heading—Lewis Streater. Song—Lewis Gray. Heading—,). A. Freeh. Recitation—Win. Stahl. Heading—Alfred Leonard. Instrumental Music—Fred Odcll. Heading—Geo. A. Smith. Hecitrttion—Glen Davison. Heading—Earl Hobinson. Dialogue—Al. Bert and Orvell. Song—C. L. Ostrander. ,*•>.., — COLTS Mil I have plenty of pasture and watsi for about 200 head of colts and horses with two lakes on the range. Trice 7/ic per month. Colts and horses taken any time, Our range is southeast of Capt Jeanson's, in Swea township. ;-(,-,-:« H. H- tfiese A . to attend . SCUKMMKL, Pastor. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. PROORKSBIVK I.ODKO NO- 1 &''•?' _.'..,.'.,. /.nnnniint- -etm-cn always welcome. E. S. 8TBBATKH. W. Bill. E, UAVJSOX, Sec'y UWIS OKAY, C.T. .j. B.STUKATKU, Secy. ItlE tit ( »i FKKD SMITH, Sec y. V FKA LODOK HO. 201 K. OF T. ^ete every Monday even- intr at 7 -30 P. ni. at tlie K-. OI f. Hfil%to?awer KnigMs are invited Unneet wHM.s. Q Q meetings. P.B.KENT. B ANCKOFT LODGE NO. 541 I. 0.0. F. meets every Wednesday evening at tne K. ot'P. Hall at 7 -.30 p.m. Visiting Odd Fellows are invited to our \V, T. HALL, N. G. Phoenix House, BANCROFT, IOWA. Now running under new management. O. T. BRIGHAM, Proprietor. fence around the Catholic Cemetery. Frank Weaver is working for II. N. Renfrew in the Robert's lumber yard. Regular communication of Progressive Lodge No. 503 tonight at 8 o'clock. NemmerBros. have run in an improv- ment in the shape of a covering for the stairway. Guy Streater and P. E. Kent were at I Burt to attend to some tin work last Saturday. Street commissioner Gallion is endeavoring to put the streets in first class condition. The entertainment at the Baptist church last Friday night was well attended and a success. T. H. Conner was in town to purchase material to carry on his building in Seneca township. Josephine Winter, of Bath, Maine, a cousin of Uncle William Winter, is here visiting Uncle Billy. V. S. Ellis' new residence, west of town, is assuming proportions, and will make a fine residence. A new dry goods and grocery store is being built north of Jas. Whalen's. We did not learn the names. H. N. Renfrew went to Algona last Saturday to spend the Sabbath at the Sunday School Convention. S. P. Hartshorn is putting up a new residence north of John Clements, and it is already well under way. Mrs. J. H. Grover was up from Portland township last Tuesday and Wednesday visiting Mrs. E. S. Streater. Mrs. S. P. Hartshorn came up from Algona last Friday where she had been making an extended visit with her parents. Ellis seems to have suddenly become J. C. Stahl and his son Willie succeeded in digging out and killing seven young wolves near his place last week. With the increased bounty this will be quite ji prize. Children's day will be observed in both churches next Sabbath. The children have been well drilled, and the money goes to a good object so that anyone may enjoy themselves and give freely. Charles Wilson will attend the Northern Iowa Normal the coming term, and Bancroft will be well represented by him. Charlie is a good boy, and we feel sure he will make his mark at school. I B. F. Grose went to Dubuque to attend the Grand Lodge of Iowa Masons held at Dubuque this week. He goes SUITS, SUITS, SUITS 1 am bound to sell as cheap as any. B. IHJNK.IN, The Merchant Tailo 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 Dr. F. Wright, When You are in Bancroft do not fail to call on Geo. Simpkins & Son, DRY GOODS 1 ____—•••••^^^^^^^^^•••••^•••Mi We are able to show you the moat correct Styles and quote prices that will astonish you. Have just received a large invoice of CENTS CLOTHING! . . rt 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 shoes in Ladies and Gentleman's. Respectfully, GEO. SIMPKINS & SON. as delegate, being a proxy for the M., E. S. Streater. It is expected that a thousand delegates will attend this meeting. A Busy Place. A tour through the establishment of W. E. Closson, manufacturer of the justly celebrated Family Remedies in this city, is a very interesting one. Mr. Closson now has twenty-one lady clerks busily engaged in loooking after his voluminous correspondence, and the amount of medicines shipped out daily from the establishment is simply surprising. Mr. C. is making arrangements to cover the entire west this season, and as every report which comes in from his agents is favorable, he is much encouraged over the prospect. There is no longer any doubt of the value of these medicines, and it is evident the proprietor has good reason to expect immense sales in the near iuture. They have now been thoroughly tried, and it is a not able fact that the largest orders now come from tho localities where they have been longest sold.— Bulletin Journal, Independence, Iowa, May 19th, 1892. 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. The best spring medicine is a dose or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They not only I physic but cleanse the whole system and mrify the blood. For sale by Dr. L. A. 5heetz. The one thing needful.—Great Politeian: What must I do to gain the unani- Clothing, CLOTHING 1 Clothing, At Your Own Price. 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 the Old Yours Truly, o Wm. Musson. B. Ready to show New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Sewing Machines, and Fine Silverware. Badges and Emblems OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 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 other store in town. I also handle all kinds of BANCROFT, IOWA. Artistic work guaranteed. Pictures en- arged at reasonable prices. F.A.BRON80N, a prohibitionist in his squabble with Hinchon. We welcome you back, Verne. Anew hardware store is going up east of John Duckmanton's old stand. Bancroft's boom is just getting under way. There is to be a grand gopher picnic at Ralph Johnson's in German township next Thursday. A big time is expected. Three members received the right hand of fellowship before the commun- mous applause of the press? Great Head—Die. Dealer in Dr. Hale's HounelioldOlntment Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures neuralgia and rheumatism. Cures piles like magic. Cures salt rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and granulated eyelids. Cures coughs and colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for pneumonia. Cuts, bruises, burns, chilblains, sores of long standing, corns and bunions are cured Look at our show window and call on us and we will do you good. Repair department conducted by a skilled workman. A. Sundstrom. R. ANDERSON superintends this branch of my business. Largeliewltoi OF SPRING GOODS At WILSON'S of Bancroft. We will Not be Undersold. All are invited to call and look the stock over. i Sewing Machines, Carpets, Pictures and Frames. BURIAL CASKETS Undertaking a Specialty W. H. OROS8WAIT, House Painter Will do work in any part of the County. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W, H, CROSSf AiT Bancroft, Iowa. ion service at the Baptist church last Sabbath. Roy and Alice Johnson are expected home from Iowa Bussuess College and Callman College, respectively, the lat- part of this week. C. J. Odell, of Windom, Minn., is here visiting his brother, our hotel man Mr. Odel is a jeweler, and seems to like the town here. Martin Young is building a new residence 26x28 on his place west of A. A. Grose's. A. A. Crose is doing the carpenter work. J. W. Duckmanton is putting up a new meat market east of his old stand. The old market will be used as a dressmaker and millinery shop. Rev. Sam Steele, our former Presbyterian pastor, but now of Estherville, mt*LlUlug] v/w»fc»w *-—— auickly; different from all else; superior * . i rkB» 9 Kl\ft to all else; it has no equal 25c and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at L. A. Sheetz drug store. Personal —Green Goods— Will^ the Confidence Man who noticed Young Man from South Hohokus, on the Bowery wearing hayseeds in his hair, please grant interview and appoint place of meeting? Confidences returned, if desired. WARM "WEATHER HAS COME AT LAST. Suggestion for u Summer Trip. If you wish to take the trip of a lifetime, pur- phase tlie lew rate excursion tickets sold oy all nrhtclpal lines In the United Slates and Canada v a tie No "hern Pacific Railroad to Yellow- It one .National Park, Pac lie coast and Alaska. St Thetnph made with the highest degree of comfort m the elegant trains of the Northern Faciilc Eailroad, which carry dining cars .and luxurious Pullman sleeping cars from ChicaL'o St Paul and Minneapolis to Montana and t k he Paciflc Coast, without change and weclal Pullman s'eepers from St. Paul and Minneapolis to Yellowstone Park. The scenery enroute is the most magnificent to be found m tlie seven states thrown which the road passes. Beautiful mountains, liveis, vaUeys lakes and plains follow each other in repltf succession to'delight the tourist, who will also find Interest in the agricultural, mining, fumberhig in dustrial and other interests associated with the interests oi the great Nortn- W The crowning glory of tne trip through the Northwest owever, is the visit to Yellowstone Pa 'k the la d of hot springs, geysers, and gor- ceous canons, and to Alaska with its endless 1 - A. 15. Richmond, Casb, ' F 1 _ T T HVIIOP VlOB Pl'PS A. 15. IVIUIIIIIUUUI UWHt R. M. Richmond, Pres. I. J. Biuer, Vice nes. m - _ Farmers & Traders Savings Bank ¥> «-wrii*r»i?T- TOW A. BANCROFT, incorporated underlie laws %<to«™««*°™ Samuel Mayne. C. E. Mallory. IO\VA.« i None but home capital invested. Author- $ on rent estate and other good security, nnd a general banking business transacted, 'w iUe». g ftean,slHp tickets to and from Enrope. E. Sheridan, A. B. IHchmend. li. t. SmltU^ Bancroft + News] ceous canons, an o Aas ocean channels, snow-capped peaks, Indian Best Season of the Chronic Catrrrh. to Treat $1,000 Can ue made iu 6 months selling TuwJsou's AtXas- cs, CUavts aud Wall Particulars tree Address H, C TUHIS08, Chicago, Ills preached an able sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday evening. J. W. West was fined $5 aud costs Gliding on the sidewalk with a bicycle rorn Sundstroms to the crossing at >fick Bruer's last Thursday. Fish are plenty in town and they are coming from the lakes. We hear of quite a number of excursion parties going to the lakes this summer. The council is trying to see by experiment bow far they will have to go to get water and are putting down a two inch bole back of the Farmer's House burn. Understanding that a threat number of people have been cured of chronic catarrh by taking Peru ua- during the past cold season, yet it can not be denied that tue cold, wet, backward spring has retarded many cures, and in some cases actually prevented a cure. But, after unusual de lay, summer has come at last, and now is the time for all catarrh sufferers to begin a systematic course of treatment for this he £ oi S lo further send to Shanes S. Fee, General Passenger Atrent N P. B. B.. St. Paul, Minn., for Copies of tlu ? handsomely illustrated ••Wonderland" book Yellowstone Park and Alaska folders. ALGONA REPUBLICA^ T^/~*t>pf"liPT* OllTv CC&t TitlQ SIHEtl-L Slim Ol o C*t51XwB ir" w*3v*w \TKT/^ s\f\ }^iV*fi Tot) \\'01*k« T)J?lHiJ toucLTilOllcX y d-lj JjCLi ,M»vvfl X//-M ID M A IV/II7 IFseutou posta YOUR NAME, card, with prone address will be Inserted free in gur omnerou lists, aud you will receive through them man valuaWe samples from compaules desiring acts A JJ.TOOO nncta! to lillft AMERICAN WS1 W ,<,,u«v.~ Address D. B. Crowel has a new ad in the NEWS this week, and as the Economy Store always has bargains it will pay you to look the ad over and comply with its requests. disease. The greatest difficulty m the way of treating chronic catarrh is that the patient is so liable to catch cold during the treatment, aud thus delay a cure. This liability at this season of the year is, in a great measure, removed, ana no one should neglect the opportunity to be given treatment. The proper way to begin treatment lor chronic cattarh is to take a tablespoonlul of Pe-ru-na before each meal and at bedtime. This dose should be increased so that iu one month the patient will be taking two tablespoonfuils at eacu dose; at which time a report of the case bv letter should be made to Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, and he will advise Every patient should have a copy of The Family Physician No. 2, which is a «Jv page pamphlet, giving a complete description of the cause, symptoms and cure of chronic catarrh. Bent free to any address. Drunkenness-Liquor Hubit-In all the World there is but One Cure. Dr. Halueb' Golden Specific. It can be given in a cup of tea or coffee wlth- mit the knowledge of tliepeisou taking it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the atienl is a moderate drinker or an alco- hoUc wreck Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden Specihe in tpii'coftee without their knowledge, and today beSeve they quit drinkln K of their own Jw will. To harWul. effect_ S _result8 from Us Figures and do everything TnThe Tine of the Printers Art, J. A.FRECH. Three Years ago aainiuittuuuuii.,, vj ""; j , i7,T." circulars and full particular, ndence, Golden Specific Co., Oiuciuuati, Ohio. Cures guaranteed. Send for -- - Address iu con 185, ttaoe street, 22-ia HEALTH EXERCISM. . v/Brftla-Wortor** Sedwtwy Peoplej Gentlemen,.Ladles, Ycmthg,.toe Athlete or Invalid. A complete igffiSSSS*^S*S£fflfc \®*S$S^l£^'.^» THE ECONOMY STOR wm Id save money patronize Bancroft's "Economy S So to them when yo'u want groceries, wall pape,^ dry g ;^y -i . _j 4.^^ ™«c,^v> TTTifii a mnst mnmlete line oi cm (TRAP'S lovol Culture j fii i \J\J\JA. *v/^j^ i» w——- i-—-jr — ' _ a most complete line oi „_-, hovs' and men's hats, also a new and desirable line of S "And oh my! what a line of^hoes they,have. P l ' UiDl ,n , „—:i,;/> o.+r> TViP.v na.vtf done UJUl AUCTIONEER. D. A. HAGGARD Will crv city and farm property, make col- itJiU'OU, VUU1 A.J.VJ, c-i/v *.+*.vj - bring prices where they should be in Y°« *gf "M feel free to ask for a liberal patronage from mends and new They take produce and cream checks, etc c anS for gooL, andVm this date will driww 0 and all heavy packages to any part of the city. r I

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