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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 5, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa tuesday december 5, 1911 number 53 tuft delivers Trust it full text of the Mes Sage in the daily intelligencer the dead line for advertisements is 10 00 a. M. All advertisements should be at the daily intelligencer office the Day before when possible. Ten of clock a. In. Is the latest hour when assurances can be Given that advertisements will appear that Day. Get the Little Early Bird habit with your advertisements and your news. Remember band Benefit thursday dec. 7-armory Washington i it. A tuesday dec. 5�? special to the Ames intelligencer president Taft sent biannual message to Congress at noon today. It deals with the Trust problem. J full text of this message on Page 2. J country cosmopolitan club elect new officers the country cosmopolitan club met at the Home of or. And mrs. E. W. Valentine on Douglas Avenue. After a social hour the meeting was called to older by the president or. George Buck. It timing the time for tile election of officers a vote was taken with tile following result president or. W. F. Templeton. Vice president or. O. C. Cramblit. Secretary miss Bernice Nowlin. Treasurer mrs. H. A. Greeley. Or. George Shinn or. As t toastmaster for the evening announced the following program discussion on parliamentary Law by Hon. W. A a. George and others. Piano Solo miss Gladys dudgeon. Talk on ideals or. A Bur Buck. Reading miss Katherine Sayles. Coca Solo or. Max George. Vocal Solo miss Grace Cole. Vocal Solo a miss Bernice Easterly. At the close of the program. Mrs Val. Mine served a t to course lunch Eon to the members and guests who numbered sixty. Four new members were t Ikon into the club that evening or. Aid mrs. Barley Holdredge or. And mrs. Spa Ige Walt. The guests of the evening were miss Jssie Classman Chicago or. And mrs. Steigerwalt miss Steigerwalt miss Cole miss Easterly. Mrs. Anna grades and son. Mrs. Liddle and m is. Bennett. Tic next meeting will occur dec. Loth in one of the Halls in Ames and will be a isaid times party. If you want free band concerts in the City Park next summer make the band Benefit play december 7th, a Success by buying a few tickets whether you go or not. Fourth Ward ladies will erect another station the ladies of the fourth Ward Ivic improvement society Are planning to erect another waiting room for the it. Dodge Des Moines amp Southern railway this one to be located at the West Gate. T Hicken pie supper at the methodist Church thursday evening. Bridge club organized Carl Kennedy was one of High men at Chicago the Ames team at the International Stock show held in Chicago saturday did not come out with their usual Hying colors taking Only lift h place in the contest. The standing of the various schools at the close of the contests was As follows Montreal isl Ontario 2nd Manitoba. 3rd 4th Ames 5th. The local team however won first in horse judging and Carl Kennedy was one of the High ten. Or. Peters the coach of the Manitoba Canada team is an old Ames graduate. United Brethren show missionary spirit at a recent luncheon and Bridge party held at the Home of mrs. Clyde Williams a a luncheon and Bridge club was organized wit ii sixteen members meeting every two weeks. A luncheon is served at i of clock and the afternoon Given Over to the playing of Bridge. The club met yesterday afternoon with mrs. George Hultz mrs. E. B. Bush assisting As hostess. The membership was chosen from the Ames Golf and country club. The next meeting occurs december 18th with mrs. , mrs. C. H. Stange assisting. Annual Bazaar the ladies Aid society of the m. E. Church will hold their annual Bazaar thursday afternoon and evening dec. 7. Chicken pie supper served in the evening at 35 cents. Next Winter a lot of Fellows who Are now refusing to Husk Corn at four cuts a Bushel will be a on the concludes the Webster City Freeman Tribune. Story county Tai Sale very Small Story county smallest list of went to tax Sale to in the state. Has undoubtedly the property which went monday of any noun there were less than 75 pieces of property which went to Sale. Less than a half hour was spent in the Sale. In Polk county and Many other counties the Sale is still in pro Gre is. Ten townships do not have an item in the tax Saie. They Are Howard Lincoln Franklin Milford Sherman Grant in Ion Indian it reek Collins. Many of the items Are for ditches and where then is a disagreement they Are warren�?3 ditches. Richland�?2 ditches 3 land. Washington i ditch i acre of land. Nevada twp.�?3 land. Palestine�?2 ditches. Ames lends the list of property which went to Sale. The lots in most eases Are owned by non residents who neglected to Square their accounts with the county treasurer. The special assessments were late in being forwarded and in most cases were Over looked. Twenty eight Ames lots went to Sal for straight taxes i of or sewers five for sidewalks and one for sidewalk and curb. Other towns however where there were few specials had few tax sales. Slater had i Roland 2 Mccallsburg 2 lots. I ditch Zearing i. Cambridge i lot i ditch Maxwell 2 Story City 2 Nevada 8 lots 2 ditches Cal i ditch. The South Side Church enjoyed a big Day sunday. It was their annual Home Mission rally Day. The sunday school had prepared a Short program which was Given after the lesson. A Cash offering of $8.41 was then Given. Rev. Fred Biggs preached on a a missions using As his text a beginning at his talk consisted of the opportunities presented and the need of the City and Frontier. Following this an offering of $14.50 was Given. At Evergreen in the afternoon or. Riggs again talked and the it eople gladly gave $5.34. In the evening at Ames another supplementary offering of $3 60 was Given making a total for the work of $31.85. Besides this splendid missionary spirit the pastor secured seven subscriptions to the religious Telescope the Church paper. In the evening mrs. Joe Heater was received on her Transfer from the Church at Jamaica. A Young woman was also to have been received on confession of Faith but being called out of town because of sickness her reception was postponed. The United Brethren have demonstrated great interest and activity under the pastorate of or. Riggs. He is developing a better Community sentiment in the third Ward and during the Winter expects to have Many meetings of a civic character. Lewis Olson Laid to rest sunday the funeral services for Lewis Olson were held sunday at the methodist Church which was tilled with friends of the popular Young Man. The several lodges appeared in uniforms and regalia. Be is Theodore Olson son of or. And mrs. Andy Olson was born in Ames september 9, 1886, and died at his Home on grand Avenue dec. I 1911, aged id years 2 months and 21 Days. He attended the Public schools in Ames until he reached the eleventh Grade when he went to work for the Chicago amp North Western Railroad under his father. Then joined his brother in Law or. Henry Stillman in county Bridge work. He took up a claim near Powell South Dakota which he proved up on after eight months returning to the county work Here about a year ago he took work with the c. And n. W by. Near Bertram Iowa he contracted typhoid fever about seven weeks ago. He was a member of the i. O. O. F. Red men and modern Woodmen lodges All of which attended the funeral services in a body. He was also when in town a regular attendant at the methodist Church and was honoured and respected by All who knew him. He left Bride father and Mother two Sisters Julia mrs. Henry Stillman miss Nettie both of Ames. Two Brothers preceded him to the beyond Harry at the age of four months and Carl who was drowned Nineteen years ago. A prayer was said at the Home sunday afternoon after which services were held at the methodist Church Rev. Jay Kirkendall officiating. Mrs f. Conaway Sang a one sweetly solemn thought and a face to face with miss Svendsen tune at the Organ. The i o. O. F. Conducted the burial services. The Flowers were Many and Beautiful. Ile had always been a great Lover of Dowers. Old schoolmates and family friends acted As Ball bearers. The weather. It fair and warmer to night Day increasing cloudiness unsettled by night. Wednes probably Chicken pie supper. 35 cents. At m. E. Church thursday evening. Dec. 7th. A Man in East Indian has invented an electric pen that carbonized the Sheet of paper Over which it passes dress skirt Sale your Choice of any skirt in our store any Day this week at these prices $5.00 skirts at $3.98 $6.50 skirts at $4.95 $8.50 skirts at $6.75 $10.00 skirts at $7.95 $12.50 skirts at $9.50 $15.00 skirts at 11.75 a lot of handsome Black voile skirts in the lot Many Christmas novelties now on display. Buy Early. Persistence in advertising. The a a world s work a few years ago gave publicity to facts from the b<4>ks of the Glidden varnish co. Showing the tremendous returns that follow a policy of persistent advertising. The Glidden company began an and Vert ism Campaign in 1899. At that time their sales were $29,000. During the first three years of this Campaign their sales varied but Little. No results were apparent at All until 1902. At that time the work began to Tell and in 1908, they had pushed their sales up to $1,200,000, an increase of 6,000 per cent. The Case of the Ordinary merchant is somewhat different a because the retail dealer is much closer to his Public. They look in the papers every Day to see what the merchant advertises and they go to the merchant that seems the most enterprising. Thus the local merchant gets his returns much More quickly. A company like the Glidden company Sells to merchants who buy largely through salesmen and they have to run up for a Long time against a Blank Wall of opposition caused by the fad that the dealers Are buying regular lines of goods with which to change their lines than to get the retail store customer to buy in a different place. This Story of expansion however illustrates the necessity if one is to make any kind of impression to repeat the impression Over and Over again it illustrates also the tremendous gain that comes to the Good advertiser in what May be called cumulative returns. You Are introduced to a stranger and if you meet him on the Street next Day you do not recognize him. If you meet him half a dozen times his face becomes somewhat fixed in your mind. But if you should then fail to see him for six months you might not recognize him again. The impression on the mind made by an advertisement is much the same. If a merchants advertisement impresses you with the idea that he is wide awake and gives his customers Good values the impression needs to be repeated until it becomes permanent. It is Given year after year by consistent advertising it becomes like the face of a Friend that you would know after Long years of absence. When you Start out on a shop Ping foray you insensibly turn to our old acquaintance who has thus impressed himself on you. Just watch it grow. As Wras predicted by the advocate sometime ago one of the papers of Ames is putting out a daily paper. It is the intelligencer of which f. Conaway is editor. The new daily has consisted of four pages of six columns Wrell filled with excellent Reading matter and liberally patronized by the merchants of that enterprising City. Here a wishing the Ames daily intelligencer the Best of Success. Just watch it advocate. To ail those who by Floral offerings neighbourly help or kindly sympathy helped lighten our Burden we wish to a k no w ledge our Gratilone. Or. And mrs. A. Olson or. And mrs. H. Stillman miss Nettie Olson. Potatoes will have another Carload of Minnesota potatoes about wednesday. Leave orders first door South of Carl l. Little amp office or phone 490j. 5113 s. L. Akin. Victor Quot is tre Grano Champion at Stock show Ames wins the grand championship at International Ames won the grand championship i at the International live Stock show i at Chicago today. Theban Tiuli Black Angus Grade 2 year old steer Victor took the highest award. The Iowa state College Stock was the finest exhibit at the contest their Shore Horn John Bull carrying off the Blue ribbon and the rest of the Stock winning 3 first prizes. Ames had High Man at St. Joe show Gilbert meeting postponed on account of other arrangements the meeting to be held at Gilbert wednesday evening in the interest of the men and religion Forward movement \ nearly is recalled for the present. Ames had High Man at the horticultural show at St. Joseph to. I. B Johnson passed them All in scoring apples. However the team took second place they were 56 Points to the Good when they got caught on a plate of Rome beauties. Jonathans had been substituted and the apples being so alike they failed to discover or. Monk dead the trick. They lost 6 4 joints on this and Nebraska took first with Ames second. Or. E. H. Monk Pioneer physician died at his Home in Nevada yesterday. Iowa society in new York grand Avenue paving approved by Council at the regular meeting of the City visits or Mearthy count the paving on grand Avenue was approved and also the storm sewers As far As completed. The schedule of assessments for grand Avenue was approved and notices will be sent to property owners at once. Grand Avenue improvements this year increases the value of the lots one Hun the annual meeting of the ladies of the g. A. For the election of officers w As held monday afternoon in the i Assembly room the following chosen to serve the Semmons goods store 9 a cheerful compliment. The Ames intelligencer is to be is sued daily instead of weekly from now on. While we wish them Ever Success possible we would sooner that it was them than Herald. Ladies of the g. A. Being at the sixth annual business meeting of the now a society held a few Days ago in new York it was decided to secure and maintain permanent quarters in the Waldorf Astoria hotel in that City for the accommodation of visiting 1 iowans. A big banquet will be held i in it a in february and All iowans registered at new York hotels at that time will be invited. The society numbers two Hundred and fifty and it was resolved they should visit or. Wilton Mccarthy of Des Moines who is recuperating at a new York Hospital from a recent injury to one of his eyes. The plans for the fourth Ward fire station were approved. This building which is now isling built is 24x24. It is to hold the fire apparatus and will be used also As a precinct voting place. Mono club annual Bazaar and Chicken pie supper at m. E. Church thursday afternoon and evening. Dec. 7th. J the officers of the Mono club for the ensuing year Are As follows president Ernest f. Hiestand. Vice president Roy r. Stafford. Secretary has. E. Dragoun. Treasurer Harry m. Mason. Custodian John r. Gillman. I ii Ary members coming year president mrs. C. F. Curtiss senior vice president mrs. W. P. Mcdonald. Junior vice president a mrs. Guy Odds. Treasurer mrs. E. S. Hicks. Chaplain mrs. H. M. Templeton. Conduct Esse mrs. C. E. Hamilton. Guard mrs. E. Coffin. The Secretary patriotic instructor and pianist Are appointed by the president the assistant guard by the guard the assistant conduct Ress by the conduct Ress. By virtue of her office mrs. Curtiss becomes a Delegate to the convention to be held in june at Mason City. The other delegates elected w Ere mrs. J. E. Cag win first with mrs. Henry Wilson alternate mrs. C. E. Hamilton second with mrs. Guy Dodds alternate. Mrs. A. B. Maxwell w ill also be seated in the convention As a past president and also As a department officer. Mrs. Ella Hall was initiated into full membership during the afternoon. Most men who funny Are unable goods. Think they to deliver Are the g. A. Election Ellsworth Post g. A. R., held its annual election saturday evening in Odd Fellows Hall the follow ing officers being chosen for the ensuing year commander a. H. Thayer. Senior vice commander George Lyman. Junior vice commander a. P. Alderman. Surgeon Ben Kingsbury. Officer of the Day a. H. Buck. Quartermaster a. E. Haverly. Chaplain to. J. Miller. Officer of the guard a. W. Knight. Adjutant a a. S. Liddle. Births. Eberhartt born to prof. And mrs Edward Eberhart tuesday morning dec. 5, an eight Pound boy who Wil Bear the name of John Eberhart. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. The Tilden store Coats Coats worm Coats Snappy style finest materials beautifully tailored the seasons latest offerings. At a bargain and two big lots. $18.00 Coats bought sold the same. $8.75 $13.75 values up to your Choice. Values up to $30, your Choice. They will Only last a few Days. Buy yours today at the Tilden store the store with the Christmas spirit any old meal that his wife Cooks and serves on the Kitchen table will taste Good to a Man if he has been at a boarding House Long enough

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