The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1893 · Page 8
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THE TiPPBB MB MOINE8: ALQQNA, IOWA, WBDxYBSDAY, JUNE 7, 1898. MONDAY IS CIRCUS DAY. Ringling B ; . GREATEST SHOWS Elevated Stages, Millionaire Menagerie, Royal •* u Museum of Marvels, and Trained Animal , Now beyond all comparison the Largest and Grandest Exhibition on earth. Real Roman Hippodrome! Spectacular Equine Carnival—100 Fine-bred Imported Horses! In a grand Ballet Militant, embracing amazingierpsichorean divertisements. Colossal living pyramids and picturesque tableau viVants. Grand Ethnologic, Zoologic, Arenic, and Equine Congress. Largest Living Giraffe! - Si Hassan Ben Mi's Troupe of Arabs! - Chas. W. Fish RENO SISTERS BROS. VERNON Europe's Premiere Equestriennes. Absolute Kings of the Air. Two -and Mikado's Troupe of Royal Japanese cr r cd C cS! d T&m^ g ^ a - ned Pe / cher °" Stallion crowning feature of the Grand Horse Fair, with its 350 head cL d rfo?£^ ALGONA, MONDAY, JUNE 1 2 Two complete perfqrmances daily— afternoon at 2, night at 8. Doors open one hour earlier. One 50-cent Ticket Admits to All the Combined Shows. Children under 12 years half price . a®" Special Excursion Rates on All Railroads. 'GRADUATE WITH HONORS. The Normal Students Presented an Entertaining: Programme Last Thursday Evening 1 . The High School Commencement Exercises Come Friday Evening Next, and Promise a Treat. Northern Iowa Normal school, which were held in the opera house last Thursday evening:, were the occasion of the formal graduation of 14 students from that institution—six In normal class, consisting of Frank E. Tellior, Earnest E. Wheelock, Frances B. Peek, Margaret H. Rutherford, Gertrude M. Wheelock, and Myrta E. Putsch, and eight in the commercial class, composed of the following young men: Edward A. Goetsch, Robert W. Taylor, Alfie R. Chapin, Irving E. Dodge, Elijah M. Griffith, Chas. S. Reed, Edward O. Helgasan, and Martin J. Jones. The literary exercises of the evening consisted of orations by the members of the normal class. They were all well written and without exception were presented in a manner that would reflect credit upon a school or college of greater pretentions than our normal sohool. Myrta Putch chose for her subject " Ex Caliber." Her easy manner, clear enunciation, and faultless delivery made it a pleasure to listen. The Ex Caliber of King Arthur was the sword used to promote good. There was but one, and he was the possessor. Today everyone can have an " ex caliber"— the intellect. It is the golden button waiting to be pressed by the Divine Being, when everything springs into activity. Those who have heard Ernest Wheelock before expected some show of oratory when he stepped forward to deliver his oration on the " Influence of Country schools," and they were not disappointed, Mr. Wheelock has oratorical ability and he has the right kind of ambition, so he is not going to stop because he possesses a diploma. He gave the country schools the credit of forming character and foundation of the success of the large majority of our eminent men, and cited the lives of Abraham Lincoln and Jas. A. Garfleld aa. examples of the influence of country schools and what it is possible for a country boy with ambition to attain. Belle Peek made a strong plea for a "Practical Education." Her earnest and forcible manner of delivery convinced her hearers of the benefits of such an education. A practical education is applied common sense. Theory without practice is worthless. It is the practical mind that advances civilization, drives the locomotive, dots the seas with ships and provides the conveniences and comforts of life. Gertrude Wheelock in her oration on "Lessons from Rosseau's Emile," gave in a very clear way the ideas presented in, that work. Everything that comes from nature is good. Everything that comes through the agency of man is injurious. We should live as near to nature as possible. The child should he allowed to grow up naturally. Its mind should not be crowded with or taught the ideas of others. Its will should not be curbed. While none accepted many of the ideas of Rosseau, which was not the purpose of the speaker, yet they could not help but feel that the review of the work was well written and delivered in a pleasing manner. Margaret Rutherford showed that she believed what she said by putting individuality in the delivery of herora- tlOn On " Tnaivirhin.Ht.v » an<1 ,,,^ nn ..„ cerity made one feel that every ide presented in his oration was one wit: his own. Mr. Tellier has a future be fore him that might well be the envy o others, for he hns the ability, tact, an energy to make it. Prof. Chaffee presented the diploma to the two classes in a few well-flttinj remarks, commending the commercia class especially " to the tender mercie of a wicked world." The music was exceptionally good especially the ladies' quartette consist ing of Miss Randall, Mrs. Vesper, Mrs Bowyerand Miss Tweed, who were compelled to respond to a vigorous en core. The piano solo by Mrs. Seeley also deserves special mention. Taking it all together it was one o the best commencements the norma school has had, and Prof. Chaffee ma' feel justly proud of the class of '93,,wh( have testified to the excellent instruc tion they have received from him anc his able faculty. The normal schoo was never in a more prosperous condi tion, and the best evidence of the work of the school are the kind words spoken by its students, and the high charactei of the orations delivered at the las commencements. High School Commencement. The high school commencement pro gramme for Friday evening promises one of the pleasantest entertainments ever given in Algona. The class of '9 contains many of the best known young people, whose ability to grace the occasion is well known. The exercises begin at 8 o'clock sharp and are as follows: Violin solo, Scenes de Ballet De Beriot Miss Kate Smith. Prayer. Rev. W. E. Davidson Education E dlth Reed Enchanters Mabel F. Smith Electricity... Hugh D. Hedriclc In OurBelvea is Triumph , or Defeat... May Edmonds Vocal duet, Serenade Schubert MlHS Agues Randall, Miss Lou Tweed. Abuse of American Liberty.... Mattie Haggard The Sweet Girl Graduate Lulu Clarice "Only" Ntiin nan- The Year's Roll Call '. Geo. Horton Piano solo, Paganini's Witches' Dance.. .Paul Mrs. Amy Seely. "Shadows" Maggie Haggard Class Prophesy Kate Lantrv Vocal trio, O, Restless Seal......._ White Miss Maude Cowan, Miss Ruby Smith Mr. Prank Tellier. Presentation of Diplomas ..... .Geo. E. Clarke, President of' Board Benediction Rev. B. Bagnell The time-honored but obsolete salutatory and valedictory are dispensed with, the class honors being awarded to Miss Maggie Haggard, who stands first, and Miss Mabel Smith who stands second. Flowers also will be dispensed with. The orations are limited to 10 minutes and the programme will begin on time. Seats are on sale now at 15 cents, and general admission will be 10 cents. This is to pay expenses and allow those who desire to insure seats in advance TO HAVE ELECTRIC LIGHT. An Informal Meeting with that End in View Held by the City Council Saturday Evening. Investigation in Neighboring Towns to be Made and the Proposition Then Submitted to the People. The city council at a special meeting last Sattirday evening began a movement which promises to secure electric lights this season. The meeting was called to hear what J. P. Smith of Weeping Water, Neb., had to offer, and was purely informal. After much discussion, in which citizens participated, the council voted to submit the question of granting a franchise to popular vote, and will no doubt take steps to that end as soon as they are satisfied as to the most available plan. Mr. Smith represents outside capital seeking investment, and has left a proposition with the city which can be submitted if no better one is afforded and if the council believes that it is fair to all interests. There is no doubt that the electric light for cities like Algona is a success, and that the people will favor securing i plant upon favorable terms. As it is Impracticable for the town to own it, laving so much invested in water works, and as local capital does not leem to he forthcoming to put one in, ;he only way is to grant a well-guarded ranchise to outside capital. This can safely be done by putting a .maximum price on the cost of city lighting and also on the cost of lamps for private use, and carefully specifying the kind and quality of service to be rendered ind putting the contractor under good ind sufficient bonds. So far as the pri- 'ate citizen is concerned he is under no ibligations to take the lights unless he wants them. For city lighting, of ourse, the contract would have to be ntered into at the start. Mayor Call, we learn, will devote ome time to investigating the work- ngs of electric lights elsewhere and 'ill visit our neighboring cities which ave plants. The members of the ouncil ought all to acquaint them- elves with what other towns are pay- ng, what Algona ought to pay, what ind of a plant we ought to have, and 11 about the plans proposed before the uestion is finally submitted to vote, nough towns of this size have had lants so that we ought to not repeat ny of their mistakes, but ought to get plant on proper terms from the very citing four-horse ctiariot races, the marve ous performances by hundreds of famou aerialists, gymnasts, and riders, and finall the wonderful horse fair, containing ove 350 high-bred equines, are only a few of tb many amazing features that make the Ring ling Brothers' World's Greatest Shows th most stupendous aggregation of wonder that the world ever saw. The grand free street procession will leave the show grounds promptly at 10 o'clock. It will b over a mile in length. There will be ten different kinds of music, including the chimes, a great steam calliope, and a half dozen military bands. Scores of rare wild beasts^vill be shown free and open upon the stWets, and the most gorgeous cages and chariots ever constructed will dazzle the eyes of the admiring multitude. IN selling a stock of goods to anyone there is always a big- discount given them on remnants. Now we propose to give this discount direct to our custonv ers, and ail remnants and small quantl ties of goods will be put on a table marked in plain figures, and sold regardless of cost. ' There will be dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes, hats etc., in fact everything that is in the store in small quantities. Remember this stock must be sold on account ol Jas. Taylor's sickness. Yours truly 9tf T. BARLEY. HOUSE and lot for s:ile. Big bargain if taken by Juno 10; Skinner Bros. I HAVE nice cabbage plants for sale in any quantity. Geo. Smith, near the Sessions residence.—10t3 Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will surely d you good if you have a cough, cold, or pn trouble with throat, chest or lungs. Dr King's New Discovery for consumption coughs, and colds is guaranteed to give re lief or money will be paid back. Sufferer from la grippe found it just the thing, an under its use had a speedy and perfect re covery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is. lYial bottles free at L. A. Sheetz 1 Large sizes 50o and one dollar. 8 tion on "Individuality,"and when we say that she delivered it in her own way it is sufficient to know that it was well written and delivered. The teacher should develop the individuality of her pupils—not let them become, or force them to become mere imatatorsof mm or herself. Frank Tellier, the lasfc speaker on tUe programme, delivered a carefully- Prepared and thoughtful oration on "Moral Training." Mr. Tellier is another young man whose ambition al- r^li"? 88 h ,* m on to WWfcr efforts »nd higher alms. His undoubted sin- Specimen Cases. S. H. Clifford, of New Castle, Wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism his stomach was disordered, his liver wai affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, of Harnsburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Amiga Salve and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large fever sores on his leg: doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. 'g Buckleu's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for bruises, outs, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25o a box. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. FOR SALE-^-FuU-blood young Hoi- stein bull, cheap. J. J. Wilson,-8t8 FARM loans, 7 per ok, Skinner Bros tart. From reports from neighboring places THE UPPER DBS MOINES is satisfied that the lights are desirable, and that their extra cost is more that compensated for by their many advantages. We ought to have a plant. If the matter is carefully considered and discussed beforehand, we believe the town will grant a franchise. Now is THE time to purchase cheap millinery goods. E. Reeve & Co. are selling out at cost.—10 MONEY loaned at six per cent, per annum on real estate or good personal security, or on life insurance policies. On real estate loans we give long time on easy payments. Farm loans a specialty. Loans can be paid at any time. Local and county managers wanted. Address the Bankers' Loan and Investment Co., 422 Milwaukee street, Milwaukee, Wis.—8m3 ALL kinds of carpet made at the weaving and dye works. W. T. Cunningham.—52 FARM loans, 7 per ct., Skinner Bros. THE JOHN PAUL LUMBER CO. SUCCESSORS TO J. J. WILSON. Office and yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALCOfliA, IOWA. Handles the best of all descriptions of Which includes every thing that is possibly needed for the construction of anything j rom a picket fence to the very -finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. and give us a chance to figure your bills, and we will prove to yvu that what we say is the truth. WILL BE BINQLINQ DAT, The Visit of the World's Greatest Shows Rapidly Approaching. Hingling day is almost here. Nothing is talked of but Ringling Brothes' World's Greatest Shows, and next Monday, June 12, will be a gala day in Algona. This big- jest of big shows has everywhere met with the most enthusiastic receptions and the iress of other cities unhesitatingly proclaim it the greatest exhibition ever seen under NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS —W. W. Alcorn and Edward McChane, an to all whom it may concern: The commissioner appointed to view a high way to be vacated, petitioned for by E. D. Fu ler, H. H. McChane. and others, has reporte in favor of its vacation as follows: Commenc ing 97 rods west of the east quarter posto said Section 17, Township No. 98, north o Range No. 30 west of 5th P. M., running north 45 degrees, west 18 rods, thence west 54 rods thence south 45 degrees, west 18 rods to , point where it intersects the half section lln of said Section 17; and all objection thereto or claims for damages must be filed in the county auditor's office on or before noon o the 1st day of August, A, D. 1893, or such high way will be established without referenc thereto. Witness my hand and seal this Sflth day o May, 1803. C. M. DOXSEE, lOt* County Auditor. Wheels were made logo Round. Canvas. In point of novelty or in the num- er of great features no other show can ao- roach it. The beautiful tableaux of Mos- 'X » Kremlin tower with its sweet-toned athe4ra) belli the almost priceless ?oolog- o collection, with its sky-reaching giraffe, ts W-horned gnu, gigantic hippopotamus ma herds of ponderous elephants, the thrilling sports of the Roman arena, tHe e*- was made to make wheels go round easy, It's the slickest grease you ever saw. Costs no more than the old and poorer kinds. Sold by all dealers. Ask for it, Wadbaro's oiJana Grease Co. W!§, CO Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention. Prices are reasonable. Orr & Patterson, Dealers in All kinds of House, Sign, and Carriage Painting, Paper Hanging, Decorating, and Wall Tinting, We make a specialty of Fresco Painting and Decorating, in oil or water colors, o? public halls,churches and private residences. ^-Estimates and 'designs furnished, and work done in any part of the northwest. Your work is solfoited. On State street, opposite court house. WILLARD STEBBINS, ARPENTER, BUILDER, AND CONTRACTOR, west State street, Algona. THE ALGONA SUPPLY HOUSE Will furnish you anything in the line of CREAMERY ! SUPPLIES, ^ promptly. OT * v tgBWiffrtEOTiniTOr^^ REDUCED AGAIN JPor TTovt! I make for the present the Rowing very low prices on FLOUR. Try a sack. If it don t please it will cost you nothing; * Full Pat flour, per sack, $j.oo Graham flour, per sack, 1 .50 Corn meal, per sack, - . Rye flour, per sack, - , Buckwheat, per sack, Bran, per 100 pounds, bhorts, per 100 pounds £^ d> P er I0 ° pounds, Wheaten Gluten, per sack, All warranted. Liberal discount on round Jots, ,25 # ,80 .70 .75 .80 75 Other abstracters have pooled i ^n^mft^W,-—MW'^«8n'* ft *W^OW'BMCT-'»l1, II if Jt,»l'iig;'V.',A»J ,m.li-ir +n +Vio nnvmnn rtf fldmlnlstvn. SOB ,mlB Jr 1 Jones & Stoith, j .ko; ,.ndl nes •v ol ituf tb

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