Buffalo Center Tribune, June 27, 1901

Buffalo Center Tribune

June 27, 1901

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Issue date: Thursday, June 27, 1901

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Buffalo Center Tribune (Newspaper) - June 27, 1901, Buffalo Center, Iowa TALO fv CONSOLIDATION OF THE BUFFALO CENTER TRIBUNE AND BUFFALO JUNE Hot Weather Goods are now in great We can supply your although a great many Stems ed we still show a very respectable line of warm weather and if you didnt believe we would have warm weather this by this time you think different and we feel that we can interest Childrens ribbed vests from 5 to Ladies ribbed vests extra value lOc Ladies mercerized silk vests We have them in long short sleeves and no a sample of ladies shirt waist at less wholesale prices only a few so if you want a snap you must come Velvet satin taffeta ribbons in great We handle only the best quality and our prices are judging by the very satisfactory sales in this We take great pride in talking and selling North Star No better values in Silk mitts from 15 to SOc Silk gloves only Silk Nelsson Kid gloves in black and the best glove in the India Linens 20 and Dotted swiss in all imported dotted white goods 35 to These are elegant goods for waists An immense line of fine laces and insertions from to per STRAP SANDALS and all kinds of low shoes are going but we still have too many and will make very low prices on some lines to close as we do not want to carry them Fourth of July Clothing will be in We can suit your every want and sell you a good suit for so little money that you will feel more like celebrating the great and glorious t We can fit you the little youngsters as well as their more dignified A large line of straw hats for men and and in great We sell Attwood Richardson offer special prices on a few of their carpets this month to close If in give us a We feel satisfied with the growing demand for pure food and are glad that we have talked Home and Bengal We assure you there are no better goods and we keep a full line from a to Buffalo Or tt tt vir V to to to to to to to I LOOKY HERE You know we havent a large store room and in order to keep from piling goods up until we cant find them have decided to go at this and finish one before starting and the shirt waist is what we are after The nice large assortment we had has already been well thinned out and to make it an inducement for you to get a new waist for the Fourth have arranged the price so you cant afford not to take advantage of For These Hot Days Our warm weather line in Underwear and corsets will please you and our prices are always COMMENCEMENT to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to Five Young Ladies and Five Young Men Receive Their Di and Bid Good By to the Temple of Eekhoff 8 Watch this Ahrends to m VICE Orations Grand Thoughts Handled by Master Thoroughly Trained in our Public of 00 A SENERAl BANKING Farm Collections and The fourth annual Commencement exercises of the Buffalo Center School occurred at the opera house on last Thursday evening and was of an un usual high order of excellence through The musical numbers were all simply fine and elicited the high ums which they Although the weather was intensely the opera house was packed to its full capacity and many late jomers were turned from the doors in disap row of gorgeous pot plants arranged before the foot lights produced a beautiful effect while the stage itself was appropriately decorated with the class colors being of scarlet and steel and the motto Labor Conquers Promptly at eight oclock the orches tra gave an excellent and moving in perfect time with the the class of 1901 marched onto the Notwithstanding the crowded condition of the house and the unusual length of the program every number was eagerly listened to and every graduate received the applause of the There was not a single everything moved smoothly from the beginning to the close of the The orations were all thoughtful there was no all were effort was a master showing ability on the part of the student and efficiency on the part of the Each oration is punctuated with the elements that make of Americans the noblest race on earth and that argues well and truly that such minds as theirs will eventually be at the fore and that in such hands the states and nations future is entrenched as in a haven of safety and our American Free School It is the corner stone of our Where all renditions were aj truly worthy it seems that individual mention We pass now to a more detailed dis cussion of the exercises and give a brief mention of each individual of the and it affords us pleasure to commend this class of bright young boys and girls for the splendid work that they have As this is the largest class ever graduated from our school we trust our mention will not become This marks the close of one of the most years work for the Buffalo ieuter Public Schools and is particularly interesting since there is flve young men iu the class as well as five young GUSTIN SMITH delivered the salutation in which he voiced the appreciation of the for sincere interest manifested and en given by the friends of the school and hoped that the influence of that interest and friendship might be continued to be To the class he expressed the sentiment that although the turning point of their lives had been their paths would now diverge and no longer would they meet in the class enjoying the same pleasures and suffering the same yet they should look back with pleasant recollections upon their school for getting not the friendships formed there and the untiring efforts of the parents and school board in their The first graduate was MAMIE a most cultured and refined lady of ability gave her oration from the sub ject What Will The World Say The drift of her argument was in sub stance the extent to which the opinion of our fellows should influence In the future we will be judged without the liberal allowance that the love of parents or friends would and public opinion must ever claim great weight with us as we enter upon our various avocations of or participate in the social or political contentious of the No man liveth unto himself and it is but it is but right that the opinions of our fellow men should have considerable influence with us when making a decision yet to cringe before public opinion is cowardice to cater to it to ignore it is but to stand tirm for right and justice against the clamor of adverse j opinions ou the part of the public is the highest and noblest attributes of true heroism and constitutes the strongest claim to honor and deference known to Innovation or reform has ever had to contend against the fanaticism and pre judice of Particularly is this true of our Christian the early who hunted down again and again and driven from the Roman HARLAN a bright and active young a close student and a fine speaker was the next to step to the front of the stage and gave his The Slave of Labor is King Among He holds that the great problem now to be solved is how to become a problem that each one must solve for success being dependent upon individual effort and Duties must be well per eminence comes not to those who seek but to those who are too busy to think about Ideals must be selected with lest we build our characters on foundations of Duty being its own the only way to attain eminence is to do our duty at all to stand upon the platform of right and never weary of well This was not always so for in former the standards of great ness were considered from different basis than they are Those were ages which worshipped But the world has learned that power is not the highest aim but that the act of aiding instead of destroying is the true standard of CRETA from the True No was a scholarly production and showed much thought and Her delivery was The cen tral thought was that it is a great mis take to try to avoid the difficulties and unpleasant things of True nobility seldom accompanies the pomp and peasantry of seldom is it cradled iu palaces decorated with rich ornamented with the choicest works of art and garnished with an abundance of But on the other 1 hand it often rises out of obscurity from I among the sous of toil overcoming and unnoticed ex j cept by the few who enjoy the greatness I of its unselfish The pages of history are replete with examples of true The period i of chivalry when inta championed with right and battled with wrong because they saw that it was on their manhood illumes the dark In this age lived and died the true ex ponent of chivalry that flower of man hood whose name is dear to all English He was not a great general or u great scholar but he held a fond place in their memory because he had a truly noble CHARLES a voting man of much promise and gave a thoughtful oration from the Battle of He in choice language and well rounded sentences gave a brief description of the great slaughter that took place on that battle held of battle War comes to a nation under Gods neither to wirich it nor to impoverish it but bring out the best that is iu its Here then met the two the two best the two most intelligent armies that ever stood face to face on Gods On the one hand was the mighty tempest of indignation against what was con to be defying On the other hand was the cause of the north which stood by the integrity and sovereignty of the Union and by the honor of the nation to which motives were added cries for freedom and hu The dead and dying on the field plainly showed that the Greek fire of patriotism and courage was not ex but burned as brightly as It is due to this that the battle of Gettysburg has gone down on the same roll with Marathon and Thermo Well might have claimed on looking over that field of With such men I could have conquered the MARGARET a bright young lady and a tine gave her oration iu a forcible and elo quent Gifts of Mis He is truly rich who courts the favors of The very i foundation of all great achievements lay at the door of The man who meets no adversities in never accomplishes anything above the ordi I Man has contended with ity since the dawn of as he has j conquered he has made the elements his explored the starry heavens i delved the earth for her treasures and freed himself from ignorance and Misfortune Is 1 Continued on J ;