LeMars Globe Post (Newspaper) - June 2, 1906, Lemars, Iowa PUBLISHED AND ESTABLISHED 1884 JUNE 2. 1906 VOLUME NUMBER 69 is the only Grade offered to the consumer at a It should not be confused grade on the one high priced trust BIQ CIRCUS HERE SOON TWENTY-SIX Class of 1906 Work Pretty Entertains Large Audience Late in tlie exercises of tlie LeMais school were beld at tbe opera house on Thursday and twenty-six LeMars boys and girls who bad tbe high school course weie granted their There is unusual honor attached to their diplomas for it that those who possess them have been faithful to a degree in studies and the honor which they attained is reflected upon their The house was profusely decorated for the occasion with tbe class violet and and a pretty setting of palms near tbe boxes added to tbe of the pretty The class was conspicuously upon a wide ef violet over tbe center of the The members of the class of 1906 Chandler ITelson A. Esther Caroline Clara Marion H. Rosabel Irene Blanche Ulive Cora Adeline Emma Erma Rath Viola 8chaEer, Bertha Antionette Fredrick Carl Henry John Clay R. Cleveland More than 800 persons were in tbe opera bouse to the pretty many bad to Tbe LeMars opera house orchestra music for tbe The was pronounced by C. A spring song by C. was beautifully rendered by a mixed chorus and was warmly But one oration was on tbe program and this was delivered by Cleveland Tbe oration we Worth the a remarkable range of thought and it was rendered with marked bringing out the points the voice being nicely modulated and atlon Tbe excellence of Mr. Murray's effort was given The of boys Dand girls another excellent and tbe closing number nf the first part of program and was charmingly sung by the glee Miss Eunice Dabb played the In tbe of I. J. president of tbe board of diplomas were presented by Superintendent B. As tbe presentations were concluded tbe were greeted with 1 aud applause The Merry which formed the dosing part rf the graduating of the of was enjoyed by a very large who in their interest took no note of but listened esque until a late Tbe musical wau in itself pleasing and very prettily costumed and the manner of its presentment by the youthful graduates were In fact the entire entertainment was of merit throughout and reflected great credit upon tbe Miss Alice wbo is tbe teacher of vocal music in the city The opening chorus the greeting tq tbe early morning was answered by Farmer on their way to tbe fields and all foretold the fun and frollo and tbe genuine interest in the joys and sorrows of the pretty love around which clustered with unusual smoothness tbe pretty songs and The difficult parts in drills or songs were admirably and tbe excellence of some of the vocal numbers came as an actual surprise to their The four acts of the were effective in costume and well sustained in but the final the happy wedding The Boys and the drill by the milkmaids carrying the foaming pails were enthusiastically The final tbo of the tortr two pretty maids abd comely yonng men all in holiday as the happy wedding party announced by tbe invisible singers of tbe vesper hymn was a pretty gem to add to A dainty picture of of the congenial work of wbo surmounted all lesser stop joyfully out to the new The characters in the play The the on Second The Great Wallace Show produces all it Advertises and a Great Deal Tbe forerunners of the Grnat show have made numerous preparations for the coming of the circus to June 18. From now until the a large portion of our juvenile with tbe same proportion of the older will be anticipating with much satisfaction tbe promised visit of the Wallace In front of the circus ring's and in the presence of sawdust and and within tbe bearing of a great symphony are laid creeds are cares are and kings and queen of society and of business affairs touch elbows with the professional and laboring A big circus like tbe all kinds of people on a level for a brief at least The was when people did not study closely tbe advertising of a This has been During tbe interim between today and the date of exhibition here every piece of advertising of the Great Wallace Show and every announcement It may make will be closely and the readers will not feel as K they were reading fiction or bad but will treat the matter pertaining to the Wallace as a matter of news and as it is universally known that tbe Great Wallace Circus produces all it and Instead of advertising more than it it is reputed to produce more than it It is with pleasure that we ann ounce tbe early visit of a of the magnitude and tbe character of the Great Wallace A REMARKABLE OPERATION DetlofF Dally Wedding Miss Mamie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry residing in Elgin and Mr. Hugh Daily of were united In marriage at Sioux City on Thursday eve ning at 6 tbe being performed at the parlors of Bishop P. J. Miss Anna was bridesmaid and Mr. Ed Daily best The young couple loft tbe same evening for where they will spend their of about two weeks among tbe The wedding was accompanied to Sioux City by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Uthe and Mrs. B. P. Hoover of Mr. and Mrs. Will Miss Anna Detloff of and Mr. Dally 0' The bride is the of Mr. and MnT Henry and the groom of the Maurice On their return from honeymoon they will make home at where the will be cashier of the and soloists and viewed tbe LITTLE SArESI We have banks or which we loan to customers who have one or more dollars on These little safes may be taken home and used as a receptacle for small Money deposited in them can be taken out only at oar as we keep the No charge is made for the use of the J LeMars Savings Iowa Newest Boys and Children THERE is no part of our business which comes in for more careful ' selection of style than the boys and In we plan almost continually to do something to makei this feature of our business more and more This season we have selected alot of very elegant suits for this department Thirty Pound Tumor Removed From Seventy Pound Girl of Miss Mary a daughter oi Joseph residing near is recovering from one of tha most remarkable operations ever performed at St. The girl is only 13 years old and small for her weighing little over seventy and yet this operation involved the removal of an abdominal tumor weighing slightly over thirty pounds The girl yesterday rallied from surgery aind Is expected to though she Tbe turner is a to the surgeon who performed the of two or three ' It has been painful to a for but two weeks and has obtained its greatest growth within that The explanation for the extremely rapid growth recently Is that by a twisting of the outlet of the growth the veins carrying tbe outgoing blood have become stopped up while the arteries carrying the inward flow have remained If tbe tumor had been left alone for a week more tbe result can hardly be City May 80. Miss Luksan a few miles east of we Instead of near Real Estate C H to Long wd date May 26 06 filed May 31 06 $ 1000 It 4 blk 73 LeMars Edward to Hattie E Brown wd data Deo 05 filed May 31 00 10 2 biker LeMars A A Lyle to E1 Ellis wd date May 29 0B 31 06 It 6 16 N Morse to W G Bolser wd Utu 28 00 Hied May 31 06 lot 8 blk 02 R A Baum to Mason J Taft wd date Vav 06 Hied May 31 08 8550 It 7 to 15 blk 1 Quorn Mason J to Geo D Pratt wd Jata Mch 1 06 filed May 31 00 Its 12 and pt 2500 44 Farmers Elevator Meeting Tbe stockholders of tbe Farmers Elevator are requested to meet at the court bouse on Saturday June 9, at 2 for the purpose of completing tbe of this asso All are urged to be present and take part in tbe meeting as it is an important Tbe meeting GiUed for May 26 had to be postponed on account of but I hope that this will not t o disturb us this Land We give cheap excursion rates to all North Dakota Al land from to per good If you want to buy or go to call at our Main and get particulars as to TERMS and Come and go with Woodard Agency Spring Hats In all the new styles from P. P. PRICED Men's Sillier Underwear and 2-pleca suit 26c to PERSONAL Ben Clagg went to Sheldon on business I Russell Moir was in Alton oa business on Mrs. B. of is Nlq Miss Louise of Sioux Is visiting LeMars I. J. was transacting ness in Sioux on Miss Lydla Millor spent Decoration day at her old home in A. T. Moore of Sioux was transacting business In LeMars Mrs. F. R. was visiting with friends in Sioux City on Rev. H. Mayne visited at the home of supervisor J. H. Brehm this E. of is looking after business interests in Henry Hodapp went to on Wednesday to pitch for tbe Henry Gunther went to B. on Thursday to buy wool for Miss Dora Fech and nent to Cherokee on Tuesday to visit and Flora Voss of were Sioux City visitors on Miss Mattie B. of Is visiting her E. ' Dr. Dwight of Marcus was visiting with LeMars on Miss of is visiting with Miss Florence Mrs. Art Elbel cime up from City on Tuesday evening to t with her A. W. ot West Su a former LeMars was visiting hern this b Chris Fissel returned home on Thursday evening from a business trip to Mrs. 0. Scott of Sioux City was in LeMars this week visiting with her many Dr. Nellie LIppert returned on Thursday from a winter's visit at Los Cal. who la attending school In returned home on Mrs. Fred went to on Tuesday to visit Mrs. Henry who Is ill. Presiding Elder Mueller left on for be will conduct Mrs. A. and Miss were visiting friends in Sioux City oa Saturday Mrs. E. Flatt of is visiting la the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Miss Lillle Ne is making visit in La viars with her Fay and Lizzie H. returned borne on Tuesday from a tilp to Dakou and St. Mrs. B. was called to on Wednesday by tba serious of a Mauer of Sioux City spent j Why look like a I 1 I list noil wear Whif not the M that t and at the same time tbe f kind Overalls i t look good because they are cut to For the same reason they retain their t good appearance for a don't wear put so In GLOVES OVERALLS there Is more more more comfort and more satisfaction than any THEY ARE IT HE Get them from None AS day in bis Joho and children returned home from a two weeks visit relatives In Mrs. E. Pierce arrived in LeMars on from Clegborn on a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. Mrs. Louis Hakker of Buns Is making a week's visit In LeMais with her and Mrs. Mrs. J. F. left on Tuesday on an extended visit relatives and old friends at 111. Mrs. Nellie Green and two sons of Seney returned home on Friday evening from a trip to Georgia Florida L. Berg returned borne Wednesday from South Dakota to look after business interests for a few Peter of to visit tab er J. J. Vissar and LeMars E. A. and Guy Strable were among tie LeMars to Stoux on Miss Elsie Miller of arrived In on Wednesday on a month's visit to the J. Wernli family Mrs. Frank Errett of St. Paul ia making a ten days visit in the guest of Mr. aud Frank Gladys who has been attending school In left for berhome n Book on Miss Clara wbo has year la LeMars attending will leave on Monday for berhome in South John up from Sioux oa to spend a days with his Mrs. Guy Miss Alloa la high left today for to spend her ber A. H. Habn and left on Monday for they go for the benefit of tbe Clara -T Mrs. F. B. left on evening for oa aa visit to Miss Struble from Sioux on evening to attend tbe graduating ot tbe class of B. M. ot 8. visited In LeMars on Wednesday ud tbo guest ot Mi.