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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 9, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa saturday december 9, 1911 number 57 Hobo Cai enjoys Riding the m from College a College cat which has associated with the Hobo club and contracted habits forbidden by the rules of the institution has become a real Hobo. At the West Gate this Large Gray cat awaits the coining of the car with the anxiety of a Sophomore. As soon As the passengers Are All out he takes his place in the cur As near in the heating apparatus As he can get. Conductor Lake is of the opinion that he wants to enjoy the Sparks both from the motor and by Hie College students. Blake says the cats electric apparatus seems to need rejuvenating several times a Day. Fie rides frequently and knows w Hen and where to get off. Xmas gifts at mrs. Munn s mrs. Dox joins concert company for a tour mrs Berenice Carol Dox left this morning on a few Days concert tour for the Midland lyceum Bureau. The other members of the company Are miss Marietta Ladell of Toronto and miss Blanche Deering of Detroit. Mrs. Dox takes the part of vocal soloist and also accompanist for the violinist. Miss Deering is violinist and also accompanist for mrs. Dox and miss Ladell gives readings. Mrs. Dox entertained these ladies in her Home during their Stopover in Ames. During the course of this tour the company will give concerts in Iowa Minnesota South Dakota and Nebraska. Get in the game right hurry up shoppers should watch saturday evening ads in the daily intelligencer. Special inducements Aie offered for the saturday evening Trade. Left Over fancy work from the methodist Bazaar is on display at the Home of mrs. A. H. Munn and is for Sale As Long As the Supply lasts. The list in i Udes Sandal Wood fans fancy aprons tasmanian Shell beads and japanese slippers and novelties. First step downward. 1 an Exchange says that a an old criminal was once asked what was the first step that led to his ruin when he answered a the first step was cheating an editor out of two years subscription. When i had done that the Devil had such a grip on me that i could not shake him Clear the decks dec. 14-17. Saturday evening special 35 cent four in hand neckties handsome colors at 25 cents bridal party located in Nevada depot or and mrs. Robert Simpson made plans for a sure getaway from Ames friends following their marriage. About four of clock the Bride and Groom went to the Home of mrs. Knudson where their baggage had been deposited and were met by or. Lew Roberson with an automobile being so sure they had escaped or. And mrs. Sim it son drove past the Easterly Home and waved Floyd Hunter and another Cousin of the Bride and misses Nina Mcdowell Gladys Ufford and Carrie Hunter followed in an Auto and overhauled the Happy couple sitting in Blissful ignorance in the Short line depot at Nevada awaiting a train to Des Moines. After sufficient demonstrations to let Nevada and the surrounding country know the condition of affairs they left it up to them and returned to Ames a perfectly Happy Bunch in that they had succeeded in a eating the runaways. Copyright 1911. A a the fair Chicken thief was neatly trapped or. D. J. Welch of the College Wal d has had trouble keeping chickens. He has had his suspicions but like a Wise Man has not divulged them. He set a trap and w As Able last night to capture the thief. It proved to be a Nice plump round fat sleepy a Possum. There is to be a feast at this fourth Ward Homo and tile trimmings will not be a Welch Glidden took Many prizes at poultry show Lively Star in the piano contest the merchants contest for the $350. Piano announced this week starts with an interest Seldom witnessed in such affairs. Or. O. E. Mcanulty of the Booster advertising co., who arranged the details of the plan is highly gratified with the demonstration made contests usually require weeks to attract attention. This contest aroused the right spirit the Day it was announced. Among the nominations already made Are the following. Ames Golf and c country club. Methodist Church. Epworth league. Methodist sunday school. Eastern Star. Ames High school. Lincoln school. College cosmopolitan club. Herbert Dow Ney. Robert Clark. Beach c lass congregational Church. Vallie Weston. Evelyn Downey. Nora Hoffmeister. Epworth league of Gilbert. Mrs. O. B. Hoffman. Presbyterian Church. Christian Church. Several other nominations Are to lie made but so far have not been announced. Nominations and ballots should be deposited Early in the contest because a Good showing right now gives greater Confidence with the friends of the individuals clubs and societies. For saturday evening Ames merchants Are offering special inducements to saturday evening Trade. Read the ads in the evening paper. Some women Are so eccentric that they actually say things when they talk. Or. John Glidden Wiio took his White Wyandotte chickens to the poultry show at Marshalltown this week has returned with several premiums winning first Oil cockerel first and second on Hen second fourth and fifth on Pullet first on pen also three National White Wyandotte club ribbons for Best cockerel Best Hen and Best pen in a class of eighty five. Ellsworth College of Iowa Falls is attracting Large number s of students. Health and All other conditions for student life Are very excellent and it is not surprising that students Are select ing this school. Make your selections now and they can be set aside for you until later. Some observations with some people it seems the Alley is the legitimate place to dump All kinds of refuse from ashes to dead chickens. The person can thank his Lucky Star that he was not seen going along the Alley and throwing dead chickens into other Peoples Chicken Yard. He might now be in bed ours in some sore spots the person who is so contempt ably Low lived should be sent into Kansas and get tarred and feathered. Amp i was in Church a few weeks ago and had the extreme pleasure of sitting in the rear of several big cart wheel hats one obscured the pulpit and speaker the other entirely eclipsed the choir. I Haven to been to Church since. A. C. O. De my Call critically a few pointers. A just a word on unwritten Law gentlemen a said the professor in concluding. A never plead insanity in a Case involving less than $500. In Case of a lady defendant steel Clear of dementia unless the girl is fairly Good looking. The class will meet tuesday in the Large lecture ill at Nevada i municipal sanitation studied by clubs attorney de Mccall is critically ill at his Home in Nevada with pneumonia. Or. Priestly of Des Moines has been called for consultation and it is believed the crisis will be reached monday. In addition to or. Mccall a illness his two utile daughters Are having a siege of the whooping cough and one of them also has pneumonia. Post up for the trip read the daily intelligencer ads before going Down town this evening. You May find what you need specially it a iced. Five meetings to be Helo Ames on Sonday assignments have been made for the five meetings to be held by the Community Extension committee of the Ames men and religion Forward movement tomorrow Story City All Day a Ole Roe prof. A. A Noble w. H. Van Duzer. Pleasant Grove la a. In a prof. Raymond Hon w. P. George Woodruff. Rex. Clay Stafford j. A Kooser Conaway Hambleton and the Baptist malt quartet a Roberson Fisher Bower and Glidden. Napier 3 p. In a professor Beekman Rev. Will Mander j j. Grove. Woodruff Wherry Mcdonald and Conaway. Cambridge afternoon and evening a prof. W. R. Raymond Hon. W. P George. Slater evening a Rev. John p. T Hyde prof. C. A. Bishop f. R. Conaway. Saturday dec. 16. Dinner for Story county agriculturists and business men. Armory opera House tuesday dec. 12 Fisli i. Hon commencing it Eti in engagement of the fam ois Chas. Breckenridge Stock company High class vaudeville Between acts opening Flay the areal sensational comedy Urania if the political Bossy and out of ear prices to Jio ladies free tuesday night if accompanied by a paid 30c tickets must lie purchased before 6 of clock p. Rn., tuesday at Cagwin a drug store. Mike Emerson and swede Paulson at fort Dodge missionary society meets tuesday j. G. Emerson is at fort Dodge today attending the state meeting of the boys y. M. C. A. I. Emerson addressed the meeting on a Christian College a a Sweden Paulson an old Ames graduate is head of the boys work in Iowa. Ames with its male quartet and big delegation is very much in evidence at the state meeting. The civic and social economics division of the Priscillas met yesterday with mrs. M. L. Mosher. They Are taking a correspondence course in municipal sanitation and Progress under the Wisconsin Experiment station. Mesdames Forman and Mosher had charge of this w Eek s session. Births. Ellis born november 28th, at Central City neb., twin boys to or. And mrs. J. Arthur Ellis. The boys have been named Forest All it Ert and Charles Herbert. Mrs. Ellis was formerly miss Pearl overholser. Good wishes expressed. The Ames intelligencer is now published As a daily. Here a hoping that editor Conaway meets with splendid Tribune. W. R. C. Election Semmons �r0ds store the store with the Best line of popular priced Christmas novelties in Ames. The Only dry goods store where you can get vote tickets to help your Friend or organization win the s350.00 piano. I vote for every 25c you spend done to forget the cloak and skirt Sale this week. Semmons Gol store the w. R. C. Met Friday afternoon and elected the following officers president mrs. Anna Steiger Walt. Senior vice president mrs. Sarah Arrasmith. Junior vice president mrs. Anna Kennedy. Chaplain mrs. Mary Dunning. Conduct Esse mrs. Minnie Keigley. Guard mrs. Nancy Butler. Treasurer mrs. Loretta Cagwin. Installing officer mrs. Augusta Underwood. Delegate to the state convention mrs. Mary Stephens alternate 51 is. Parthenia k. Jackson. The other officers Are appointive. Homestead election the weather unsettled tonight and sunday. Rain. Warmer tonight. The homesteaders chose the following officers president will Allen. Vice president a miss Myrtle Queal. Secretary mrs. Ada Miller. Treasurer Frank Kooser chaplain mrs. Sam Akin. The other officers a lady of Charity lady of entertainment Man at arms and Herald Are appointive. It was decided to give a Christma party for the children of the member at the next meeting night december 21st, in redmen shall. There w ill by a Christmas tree and All sorts of fun under the management of the present t lady of entertainment mrs. Will Allen. Four Day rally at Ames dec. 14-17. The missionary society of the Christian Church will meet tuesday afternoon at 2 30 in the Church parlor. Being the last Day before c. W. La. 51. Day there Are important subjects to be considered. A full attendance is desired. Refreshments will be served by the executive committee. Should win Iii spite of Des Moines. The Ames intelligencer appeared last thursday As a daily. From once a week to six times is quite a jump but other towns no larger than am is Are supporting dailies so editor Conaway May have a Chance to Mace a go of it in spite of his proximity to Des Moines. The Herald wishes the daily intelligencer Story City Herald. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. The Tilden store do not miss the concert tonight when in ask to see the Hull $7.50 to a umbrellas we Are Selling for. All silk top Sterling Silver inlaid handles. For men and women. Sold Only by the Tilden store the store with the Christmas spirit

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