The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1891 · Page 4
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and DBMRTME ot MIS, -CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, No. NO. Ho. No. No. No. NO. No, QOIHO 1 passenger 3 passenger- n fi.at.yht- u iieiR 11 '' - . 18 way freight H :« B freight 8!1T GOING «A8T. 2 passenger 10:29 am 4 passenger ,«,(??,« 10 way freight 1 I:*?!J« 6 -M a m 4 :ST p m 7 :15 ft m ivm p m ALGONA, IOWA, JUNE 17,1891. KOSSUTH CO. MARKETS. .10 :65 p S IS p ra Chicago & Northwestern B»y. OOIHG NORTH AND WEST. Freight accommodation .............. 2 ! Chicago Mall and Express ....... . . . . 4 : GOING SOUTH AN1> EAST. Freight accommodation ............. J -.35 p m Chicago Mail and Express ............ 1 2 -.20 p m Ohloago passenger reaches Des Moines at 7i) m., Chicago 6:50 a. m., and Kansas city 9 -30 a, m Tiolcets for -sale to all points in the United States and Canada. Market repo ty published rts from every town In the «mn- regularly each week. Reports from Wesley and LuVerne are made Tuesday evening. Reports from Whlttemore, Bancroft, Bnrt and Algona made Wadnesday morning. To Correspondents: Be careful to quote the prices actually paid the day the teport Is made. PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Oats Eggs Cftttle.$2.00@$4.00 Wheat 85 Flax. •... .90 A100NA. i .28 Corn .12 40 Butter'." 14 Hogs 3.80 Barley 45 Potatoes 50 WHITTEMOK15. (No change reported since last wn-ek.) Oats 40 Com 60 Eggs 11 Butter _..•!§ Cattle $3.50 @ $4.00 Wheat 80 Flax 1.00 Hogs Barley Hay, loose $4.25 , .50 $6.00 E. J. DANSON. W. 0. DANBON. DANSON BROS., A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Algoua, Iowa. Ofllco Over Comstock's. ~~]TF. REED, ~~ A TTORNEY- AT-LAW, Algona, Iowa. Office in the Ualbralth block, JAS. BARR, M. D., HYSICIAN and IOWA . WESM3Y. Oats .......... $ .80 Com ......... 37 Eggs ........... 12 Butter ........ -.10 Cattle ........ 4.00 Hogs ........ 3.60 Wheat . ......... 75 Barley ....... .BO Flax ............ 80 Timothy ..... 90 .............. .......... loose 6.00 I,13DYARI>. Butter 10 Oats 36 Potatoes 75 Hogs...$3.75 @ 3.80 Eggs 11 Corn 40 Wheat... .90 @ .94 Wild hay.... 6.00 Rev. W. A. Black MMU$wKttte baccalaureate aerittoti lastStttt the Graduating Class of the of the HorthWest. If you want any ice creatn/aimJ want a good article, «»to Ladefldorffr. We know what we auto talking about*, for we have been tto«te. Bishop Perry of Davenport, Efahop of the Iowa diocese of the American Episcopal Church, was severely ita- jured by a fall, las* week, Henry Bist reports new potatoes for dinner, Montf-ay. They were 1 raised by his fathe»-fn-laW, Mr. ger. Pretty early for this year. July 20 will be the- opening day efi «he Kossuth County Institute, whictt' will continue two waeks. Examination will be held the tlnM week. Prof. "Williams & Eb-'s. menagerie consisted of one animal'very much resembling an overgrown torn cat. "We doa't know what the beaut was. C 1 . M. C. Walters of Chicago, a brother-in-law of Dr. Morse;. has come to spend the summer in Altona. He is a student at Bush MedicaP College. Prospects for good, all awrand crops were never better. The rains of the past) tftree weeks came Justin time. It will be a big year for Kosstttfe county. On Sunday morning, at'tj&e Episcopal church, the Eev. Bowenwoll preach a sermon on:—Worship undfer the old dispensation, in the Histortb church. Will Smith, son of Recorder Smith, has gone to Des Moines to take Garfleld start)at Heqrtofll Capped for the on their wheels s ---.. _, as far as Luvernfrand finding 1 very rough took ttte traim ftgfia thftt point. D. Garfleltfand Bert Edmonds left fof Kewton Metiday. Rumors of a cyclone at Emmetsbuftf Monday evening wtue floating around town Tuesday, but it was gathered from a dispatch whidi passed over the wires, that no great damage was done although there was something of a wind. One house was stwick by lightning. The ladies of the Congregational church have made arrangements to have Prof. Maria L. Sanford, Of the .University of Minnesota,—-Professor of 'Elocution and English literature,—deliver a course of lectures Uere^ early in July. The lectures are f*nthe benefit of the church. The Democrats are goinfli it over at tflie eotirt house as we go to*pjess. The oounty convention for the purpose of electing delegates to the state convention, which meets in Otturawa, June 24\ for the purpose of renorninating Gov.. Boise, and drafting s< whiskey platform, is in session. (Jorwith Crescent: M. G. Btfowmpufc down a well for M. B. Shannon, oo seotsibm 20, two miles north of : ' town, andisecured a fine flow. J. T. Stan* ring-.sold him this farm last sprang, and-effered to warrant him a flowing welUfor $100. It only cost Miv nomS80 for this fine flow. HtGH SCHOOL GRADUATE. Algonn oft School occur ffflday ,; Cimrelu L. K . GARFIELD, M. D., •oaYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office next Jrdoor to Ford's Warehouse. Algona. Iowa. \V. E. H. MOUSE. MORSE & PRIDE. ALGONA, IOWA. j. M. TBIDE. G. T. WEST, M. D., T-ffiYSICIAN ar.d SURGEON, Algcma, Iowa, JT Office in the Republican building. * DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions nlled. Deals In paints, ' oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and Thorington streets Alfiona.Iowa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. •PHYSICIAN ami BUUGEON. ConsuHatiou Jt in English and Geniian Offtce and jesi- denceovei- Ooetcli's store. Whltteinore, Iowa. E. E. Sayers, D. V, M., Veterinary Physician » Surgeon ^i-Office west of tlie Thorington House, Algona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. WANCKOITT. Oats $ .30 Corn $ .35 Eggs 12 Butter 13 Cattle 2.00 Hogs 3.90 Flax 90 Bin-ley 40 Hay 400 Wheat .75 LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. W. F. Carter has gone to Nebraska Consul Phil Hanna was in town last Saturday. Bead John Goeder's big advertisement this week. The place to get farm machinery is at the wigwam. S. S. Sessions went to Des Moines on business, Monday. Iowa has more newspapers than the entire dominion of Canada. Miss Clara Berger, of Mason City, is vsiting Miss Maggie Winkel. Operator E. V. Thompson is out to Sheldon for a couple of weeks. Grandpa Bacon, of Wesley, made us a pleasant call yesterday morning-. MissJosie McCoy will give music lessons during her summer's vacation. Course- m a business college,-to fit him- N. SL Noble, of Plum Creek, was- at the Congrega- already exceeded For Information in regard to lauds in Northwestern Iowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. — IOWA. " A.D. CLARKE FARM ABSTRACTS. _ _ gAnsra'SBS. _ Charles Rooswall, PAINTER. Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Eesidence south of Sponberg's tailor shop. Algona Iowa. F. E. FOSTER, iEei Opposite Court House. Algoua, Iowa. first class in every particular. Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange boujiht and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the countries sold at lowest rates. W. U. INGHAM, President. J B. JONES, Vice President. LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier, Directors—W. H. Inghani, Jno. G. Smith, .I. B. .Tones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. \Vadsworth. Baruet Devine. Farm for Sale. 120 acres near the village of Burt. Partly improved. For sale at a bargain. Inquire at Bepublican office. The pew rentings tional church have $1,200. It was a pretty rocky show and there is going to be a rockier one next Saturday. Miss Letta Kearl, of Mason City, is visiting with the family of her uncle, M. F. Randall. J. W. Draper, a young man from Spokane, Washington, is visiting at J. B. Winkel's. Eev. Black preached an excellent sermon in the Methodist church, last Sunday evening. Wanted and wanted bad— by the city of Algona, an opera house, a brass band and a boom. Miss Cora Wise left for Dubuque Sunday night to spend her summer vacation with a sister. Mrs. M. L. Clarke and her son Lee have gone to Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, for a few weeks' visit. Sammy Witter was one of the number who attended the Sunday-school Convention, at Bancroft. Exchanges are noting the "Bancroft News," and complimenting the enterprise of the RISPUHLICAN. A. S. Allen left for Forest City Monday morning to join the McMurray building force at that place. A representative of Dunn's Commercial agency, of Chicago, was working Algona the last of the week. M. A. Winkel was expected home last night on a short furlough. He is station agent at Galva, Iowa. Tliere will be a supper at the Congregational church tomorrow night. All are invited. That includes you. Algona Courier:— One keg of beer after a long drought is not enough to go round and give everyone enough. We were just on the eve of starting a Lu Verne department in the REPUBLICAN when the News was resuscitated. Mrs. P. L. Slagle leaves for Cornell college next Saturday where Frank is to graduate at the coming commencement. We are going to have a brass band that is settled, if the people of Algona will give the boys a hand and help a little. The M. E. Sunday school will hold its Children's day exercises next Sunday evening. A fine program has been prepared. A covered wagon drawn by a yoke of oxen passed through town Thursday. Such outfits are strong reminders of poineer days. The next man that comes into this office and asks, "Is it hot enough for you?" will get warped over the head with a side stick. self for clerical work in ttie Recorder's office. P..M. Barslou was down ftom Bancroft Thursday. . The Courier is responsible for the statement' that he came d'ovrn for legal advice in the Ellis poodle matter. Mrs. Anay Hibbard visited her brother, Mr: Stan-, several days, reburning to Emmetsburg this morning. Robert Starr wenC home with her to visit his uncles, aunts and cousins. Rev. Wliitfield of this city and Rev. Cummins of Bancroft left yesterday afternoon for Mason City to attend the State Stmtfay School convention as delegates from this county. A friend of the. REPUBLICAN at Burt, furnishes quite a remarkable story tliis : week, on the subject of "hair snakes." We can vouch for tnte good faith of"the- writer: the story is reliable. W. B; Quarton and family are out of town for a few weeks. Mrs. Quarton and the children, are visiting at Atchison, and "Quart" is doing business at r Kansas City and other ppints. The REPUBLICAN always keeps a large stock of the latest styles in .-visiting cards, wedding goods and miscellaneous stationery always on hand. Call on us whemyou need anything in; that line. The editor of the Upper Des Moines would like-to have it appear that the organization of the County T&nper- ance Alliance was a third party movement. Why will the IT. D. M. act that way? There is money just now in dealing in Kossuth county land. Kossuth 1 county real estate is steadily appreciating in value and will continue to d&eo indefinitely. Buy a farm in Kossuth county. Lars L..Ohmstad was in Algpna--Sat- urday collecting subscriptions; foi" the "Liberty Congregation" churcB which is being built just over the line in Winnebago-county. The money was subscribed'last fall. We have received si program of the summer meet of the Spencer-Trotting Association-, to beheld July 2- and 4. $!-5,500 will be given in purses. For programs, address Frank Richardson, Secy., Spencer, Iowa. We begin this week the publication of a continued story, by Julian Hawthorne, entitled, "Imperial Millions." It is a fine story and will prove one of interest to the reader. The story will run tor-several weeks. Geo. erall leaves to-day for Sioux City to attend the wedding otf' his sister-, Miss Niiia V. Call. She is- to marry a pleasant caller Friday and left some' silve-ir behind him. Mr. Noblfc*- has; come-to the conclusion that it is batfceir to pay. as he goes and hence-fowardi has resolved that the newspapet-5baE oung t>ft<lie*t Dell W £iue Oi-fttf ohB u«4 Receive th«ik Dlt>ldmft«-;Uettu- f Ifttl Decorattbiii, tfnll House. TKlie-commencement exercises of the Alg»a» High School) occurred last Friday evening at the Gongregational chnreh. Though bhe- weather was storm? and rain was-falllog, the church was pstohed at an early hour with all the people it could liold, The stage decorations -were lavished- and beautiful, in the recess behimkthe choir was a bank of flowers, foMge and ferns reaching: nearly to the- eeiling, the whole forming a handsome background to the class of five young, ladies, who formed th® front of the picture. Above, from the a*ch, was suspended the class motto: "More Light" in* a half circle, the letters made of evergi-een, and below it the figures, 1891. Tto-the sound of music th« class filed in and-took their seats, whemProf. Dixson arose and announced thecopening of the- exercises with music,b.y a quartette ©i.little girls —Crete Goddard, Vesta Keajon, Edith Bowyer and Eva Randall—which was very finely rendered. Rev.-Smith, of the Baptist church, pronouneed the invocation aftei-which the class exercises were given as*f ollows: Miss Cora Beed first appeared: as salutatorian. Hollowing her salutatory A wise follow re- have his cash in advance, solve and one others can profiti. Rev- Whitfield handed us a program, yesterday of the commencement ewer* cises o$ the University of the Northwest, which commence with the baccalaureate sermon by Rev. Wilmot WhitfieM next Sunday. Rev. Black- preaches the annual sermon evening. Rev. Whitfield Friday to- attend a meeting board .of managers. The -last Weather and Crop Bulletin remarks the fiist regular oratien of the evening was delivered by LAtOlA TKNNANT. "Triumph Ilours" was tha- subject .si Miss Tennant's oration. "Perfect itiriumph hours-are those of chadJaood." '"If the passing^esire be gratified, that reports.that all crops are doing fauily ,,.«11 rvnrT r»rvv»«i/1nvciKlQ imTn*f\VPm ATltt well, and considerable improvement is notettiro the condition of grass and lor the momenfc. is sufficient-for the iehild." Childhood has no time for sad jthoughts, but the years bring thek sor- juows. Life becomes a stern, reality opening the way. to loftier and. nobler aspirations. With opening manhood comes the desiixfcfor the attainment of -some ideal. "No avocation offers Miss jSteggie Wlnke* came last,' ian orfttfett and valedictory, 9he ctibse- for her (HStfctofii the ver^'atople subject "ANftmei." "A narnev" be it good'of' nd, is soMfttliing that «v0ry one po- sesses. In order to obttoin a goodi name and » good reputation, perse- trance, inffexible purpose-and indom- iteble will po-weTj-are necessary as the' prerequisites e* success. SeB control is* al,*> necessary, Robert Busns posess- ed ; one of the- brightest intellects Of his- time, but bis lack of seK control proved-his greatest enemy, tilBthought- lessiollies laid him low an$ stained his name. "The- desire of every individual should b» to • develope-ih himself ttile highest type of manhood." ' Mi£»- Winkel bad a well written oration,' and her valedictory r&marks were appropiate and well expressed: Aftofli the valedictory oration j Bev. Davidson delivered an address to the class. Following is the giat of his remaarks as the Rw?UBi/iOANreporter was ablkto catch them: He reminded the claS3»of 'the educational privileges enjoyed by the young people of this • nation. The Amerisan < people have always believed in, aind fostered the • cause of education. We call 'ourselVes- 1 an educated-people. But what constitutes an educated person? And what- is education? Education is not properly mere acquisition of knowledge. .No one• has ever known all that is knowable. An educated person is not always one • who is eminent in seme particular* specialty. What then constitutes an ed-> ucated person. An educated person as* one whose body mind and soul, are- harmoniously, developoil i in such. re- * lations to the world as t» be helpful tx>« society. Sneaking with.particular; ref-^ - erence to the-class Bev. Davidson said,*. : later scope to. patriotic o^erson- fal ambition than- that of war."' "Literature offers- very different but almost as great-, opportunities*.. Some the hardest won triumph have been •in the field of. Science. Tlie .true vere. %&' the southern counties:• fall wheat (and 1 oats have made an.oxees- sive growth of straw, which is t'iteionly visible-danger to those cereals. The Western Town Lot Company is making, an effort to create a big, boom. 0 <r,-mto for LeeLyai'd and have arrange«3San;ex-btnumph is mom- than simply cursion.for thebenefit of those who may t; 3U ccessful in the attainment of things wish to-attend the sale of to^n lots fa m . whicu we strive, it is in boisg true life spent in, the effort to make morning. It'iYpromised that L'edyard U"truth, honesty, justice and., love, the will be- the county seat of J ihe new i:; ru ling powers oi this world*!'' is the county when Kossuth "is olividad. ' piifethat is truly, successful, and "at G. E.. Shelley lately purchased a r, tne enc \ O f SU ch a life, must come the and lot of O. C.^Wa'tker m North 1^^^ of all 'triumph' Miss Tenoant?s oration, showed looks-like Mr. Shelley had cocae to Al- fjinarks of careful .preparation., gonato.stay. His marble works will ,' MYRTLE prove a real benefit to the town. The-: «. BeYOndtlie Alps Lieth an, Italy" enterprise deserves encouragement. ; • ./. xno ,, ll1iTn r Q <, n hipf>t- Italv is Algona needs more factories and man- was Miss Nicoulin s subject, itaiy is ufactm-ing wtablishmei its of one kind ;a land of sunny skies, and-i», rich in and another. 'some of the finest art and! literature Pro, Me. Collum and family leave to- hthat 1ms ever been produced. This for Berea, Kentucky, for a '.beautiful country is boundedsby stormy visit* with Ms parents. The Professpr| | sfias antl rUEee d mountain, barriers. , placa in the hearts of our citizens,, iln real lite we-have the Mr- and' Mrs, McCollum will be missed; 'before we can: enter the int Adgona. He has not yet found a i success . To s«rniount to Italy land of the- Alps re- old The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet with Mrs. E. J. Gilmore Thursday afternoon at 2:30. A full attendance is desired. I would call attention to the fact that I am located hew permanently, for the manufacture BaWl^cemetery work in Marble, Granite and StWWJ. I now have and intend to keep in Stock »«&• toe o* flnisued Monuments, Head- eft-, and will guarantee all work to be the \wt. I *w the only manufatturer y work in Kossuth Co. Therefore, uieacall before'placing your order co»nueed Miat by fair and honorable , J.ajtt worthy your patronage. MARBLE WORKS, Proprietor, If you want any old newspapers to put under the earpet you can get all you want at the REPUBLICAN office for five cents per dozen. T. J. West of Portland, Oregon, brother of Dr. West, who has been visiting here for some weeks, left for home last Sunday night. The thirty-fourth annual commencement of Cornell College takes i place June 19 to 25. Bishop Newman (delivers the baealaureate sermon Sunday morning next and lectures before the young man by the name of; Frank Miller, who is engaged in tube hardware business in Sioux City. Peter Skow of Wesley township, in attempting to get off of the late train at Sexton, Friday night, fell breaking his collar bone and several ribs. Dr. McCoy was called Satvrrday morning-, and reduced the fractuues. Rw. Bowen was called away suddenly on Saturday afternoon, to officiate at the funeral of Mr. T. R. Crawford 1 , of Emmetsburg, wlio died on Saturday morning. '.Tfhere was no service at the Episcopal churchon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Doxsee, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wheeler, Mrs. Starr, Miss Reeve and Miss Alice Mann, ieft Monr day for Ames to attend the Alumni | reunion, Junior exhibition and dedication of Morrill hail. The Alumni reunion is expected to be very largely attended. Bancroft has arranged for- some bicycle races at the- celebration up tliere the 4th of July. The races, we are informed, are open to every rider in the county—excepting Bert Edmonds. Bert is debarred. A number of the boys are planning to go up with their wheels for the races. Of course you are coming to Algona next Saturday, to see the circus, but after you get here and see the parade you had better let the circus have the go-by and take your money and go to Taylor's where you can invest it to good advantage. See prices quoted on first page. Miss Ollie Wilkinson, teacher in room No. 3 reports the name of Charlie Nicoulin for honorable mention in the REPUBLICAN. Charlie was neither absent nor tardy during the entire school year just ended which is a record to be proud of and one decidedly worthy of mention. John Weisbrodt of Fentou, was in Algona last Saturday, soliciting subscriptions to a fund for building a German Methodist church in Ms neighborhood. The German Method^ society in Fenton is i» a prosperous condition, and find a school housej#Q sjnaji tor their accommodation, quite subject to shipping oalers. The membership of the* County Alliance is ; steadily Increasing, having.: already grown from. 40 Iso nearly 100". lit is dwaked that every Mend of tem- •perance- in the County, become identified with the Alliance asssoon as possir :ble. Write the Secretary, Jos. W. 'Hays, for a copy of tha. constitution, 'get as many signatures as you can and return. It will be an aid to the Tem- 'peraaice- movement in Jsossuth County. '. Let there be a good turn out at the 'coming Republican caucuses and contention, or let us have, no kicking .on idle-work of the convaation if youfftil to come out. It is always the man that is '-too busy" to attend the priinaiaes tbatis dissatisfied withihe nominations and cussing the ticket»,on the side, ^er- ' haps bolting it altogether. Make-it a point to attend the' primaries. 3* is only a duty that evea$ citizen owas to Ms party. Rev. Whitfield aad wife, ancli Sev. Black returned from the district conference at Alden, Iowa, last Mtonday . \Wtiield reports a and profitable time. A- of the session 'who have accomplished! most have 'been men who were-nofcafeaid to work and who were gifted witl^perseverance and Industry. Excellence- is always beyond the reach of indolence. The motto of our.-livesshould5 be-"perseverance" if we would finally reach the summit of. the Alps aud<"ldok forward to a glorious future, the Italy of our aspirations*. Miss Nicoulin has, a- strong voice and her delivery was good, HE ETTA, KENDALL. MissEandall came next upon the program with an oration on the subject, "'.Bhe Law of Compensation." The thought of this-oration was along a philosophical line. "The -Law of Compe-asation" is the- basis upon which all lam and justice- are founded. In "you stanel. to*night with life before-you. Life in its reality, and fulness is.* all in the future for you. If you, young • ladies play your .part well j you .will' be" of those who win not only; the prize of' this life, but; what is-of.far-more value-the gift of Kfe> eternal. Y6u will one« day, stand among the- shining ones,. and hear the- Lord of life say, "well i done, good and.faithful servant, enter-: into the joy of>.the Lord;" But if you i persist in playing yourpartill, it shall i be said of yoa, ! as.it wash-said-of men -ofii ! old, "from him that hath snob, shall, be-taken even that which lie hath." At the conclusion of Bev. Davidson's;; address the diplomas were presented; to the class-by.-, Dr. Barr.,, President, of;' the school board. In the course of. hiss remarks to-.the class Dr.- Barr gave«at short review of the-history of- the Ali- gona High .school .which, will. be interr- esting. The Doctor; said; With Miss Jessie Smith, ouiv-fijtst, graduate iu 1884, it was -"the begining: not the end',' but reaching out. "toward! the heights?' after, "the-first. round; ofi the ladder?' "rowing not drifting,"' others believed that, they, "who climb- grasp branches not blossoms" while- another class felt that they, had reached! "only thedawn<" and now our pressnf class calls out "more light?' and.wh. who doubts for a mo >ent bu will receive it. But .et us look, »1 tbose who have gone from us. Up, to tile 1 present there are 59 graduates 321adies and'27 gentlemen all. living scattered hither and yonder. Six of the yjouag ladies and one of the young mea> are happily; married.. jQhere is .one physician, one merchant, one photograpliter, one attorney, one telegraph op«»ator two railroad men,, ten teachers and fifteen clerks all iaigood amd>honoi;able places, while tliere are eigliibeen othet-s seeking after "more, light" in the colleges. And during the present yeaatwo Gold Madals have boem won by one of these graduates and: one yet to graduate. Ajid at the late examination for the West Point cadtetship two of our graduates stood at the head of the list. Is there not inspiration m such results?. And I ask o£ avesry parent here does aot such a hasty review gjve you more-courage and inspire you wth new hopas.tbat will be- helpful to every boy and? girl in attaining: to the curriculum ofreur High School course: ]STot that all may be teachers, raerch- jants or clerks; bub with suehi a rountt- ation every young raan and) young ladjr jis better fitted; to grapple -with whatever comes to their hand* and leads to the beautii&ag of homes, and makings sermon by Rev, A. Starr Black, upon the subject of the- Atonement, a paper by Rev. E. M. (Slascow, om the admission of woffton to the geaei/al conference, and a lecture by BBV. Luce of Clear Lake, upon the subject, "The Religious Problems Confronting our People." Some- eight or nia-e applicants for admission to the General Conference were examined and recommended. Some of the old resideaters in the northern part of the country never saw a bicycle until the boys made their trip to the lakes on their wheels last Thursday, judging from the took of astonishment upon an occasional face as the bicycles rolled by. "PUwat in the d—1 ees dot, I wonder?" said one old German citizen as the wheels rolled by shortly after dark, with head lights lighted. "Forest" had just lost the squawk part out of bis tooter a short distance back or the old man would have had occasion to think that Gabriel had come to announce the resurrection mqrning and was riding across Kossuth county on a moonbeam. »-••»-*Nothing does a druggist so muiw good as to have a medicine that he can guarantee every battie to give satisfaetioa. Beggs' Family Medicines we fully gwajr- anteed, so you cajmo$ *»W to geyaUMac- tiOQWlienyoueaJilforikwa. At Following the presentation of th» diplomas* a* ckuet was rendered by Mias- es Fannia-Moffatt andi Bessie the benediction was pronounced by^ Rev. Davidson. natura-we find attraction and repul-ptii em more> attractive. sion, aentrifugal and,centripetal forces. In tlia animal kaigdom "every gift and defeat, is balancsd by some compensar tion,." "The same dualism underlies the aature and, condition of man, far eveaything gained something is losi." Thare is always- soara leveling circu«a- stance that places, the strong and wealthy on a level with others." "All tbangs are double oae against another, •we cannot have aE the pleasure d life and none ol its bitterness." Miss Randall's oration was well written and marked for its thoughtfulness. COKA KBED. Miss Gora Baed chose "Life" as the A heautraul skin.bright eyes, good appetite, vigorous body, pure End goil health resuVt from the use +t De Witt's- aftisaparilla. Sold by Dr. Sbeetz. The Sweets is anunflavored and free smoker. Call at Lftdendorfl'a. "Oil I how I dread to see my h»ir turning eiey," is a remark made by BO many adils. If they only knew thai 75 cents invested in one bottle of Beggs' BUM Bewewer would not only check it at onoe* subject of her oration. The thought of the oration was that while talent and education were something, industry and application toward obtaining the desired end were everything. "The question should be, not 'How pass away the time?' but, 'How find time enough.' " The secret of success is "fixedness of purpose" and concentration of energy. "Education and natural talents" are an advantage and count in the race of life, but they are not all necessary to success. Both Franklin and Liucoln were taken from school at a very early age and forced to depend upon their own resources for obtaining an education. Mias Reed has an easy but givo it a luxurious and glossy appearance, we know that they would not fewl" tftt e to buy. w We guarantee every bog* LOST. John Newell, of Fenton, lost 100 Ibs. of binding twine last Thursday between Algona and Fenton post office, Fwoer drop Mr. Newell a card to Fenton ftod 1» rewarded for bis trouble. Little Giants! Little Giants! Giants! are the. pills ty*t 4o the successfull, effectually aad We warrant every bottle to faction. Sold by F. W. We Uav§ a nice U»e of Q Blue suits, at hettPW piic«« fore

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