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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 23, 1911, Ames, Iowa Puffe Libory. Ames daily intelligencer volume 44 Ames Iowa saturday december 23, 1911 number 69 Christmas wish is peace on Earth Goodwill to men the Ames daily intelligencer wishes All its readers a very merry Christmas. The world rejoices at this season of the year in repeating the message which was heralded from on High almost two thousand years ago a peace on Earth Good will to summed up the teachings of Christ Are embodied in the Gold urn Rule commandment. It brings Mankind together at Christmas time in one great body the brotherhood of Man. The intelligencer Hopes that this spirit May continue All through tile year. Merry Christmas arid Happy new year is the wish of or. Hart to his patrons and friends friends and patrons that you May have a Happy and cheerful Christmas and a glad and prosperous new year is the wish of Loughran the druggist a m after supper special five 25c neckties for $1.00 44 the fair of tonight we Are going to offer the Best Ever bargains in Coats furs novelties come let us make you Happy. Merry Christmas and Happy new year to you All bargains in cloaks skirts dress goods this week Semmons gods store j by a conference a Confer ence held at Des Moines yesterday attended by representatives from All sections of the state endorsed Perry Greely Holden and asked him to make the race. The meeting was enthusiastic and All were Loyal supporters of the Ames Man for this High position. One evening left three Star Cut glasses tonight and saturday. Six for toe at j. B. Kooser amp store. Six five cent bread checks for 25 cents. Bates amp Keigley sunday Church services before Christmas one evening Only is left for Christmas shopping. There Are Many Good things yet for substantial Christmas gifts. It has been a great week. The agony is almost Over. The business Street tonight will rep resent a carnival appearance of will not want to miss it. For anything in Fine merchant Tai Loring Call on e. S. Hicks Corner seventh St. And Douglas ave. 62t8 l Christian science. Christian science services sunday at la a. In. In Smith s Hall. Subject a Christ strangers Welcome. First Baptist Church. J. Frederick Catlin minister. 945 a. In. Sunday school. 11 00 a. In. Morning worship. The pastor will preach a Christmas Sermon. 3 00 p. In. Juniors 6 30 p. M. B. Y. P. U. 7.30 p. M. The sunday school Wil give their Christmas program which will be a missionary program on India. Collegiate presbyterian. J. W. Lunes minister. Rev. John p. Clyde y. M. C. A Secretary will conduct the services Al Champ in s Hall at 11 00 in the morning and at 7 30 p. In. He methodist episcopal. Jay Kirkendall minister. Services will All be of a Christmas character. At the evening service the sunday school will give the birth of Christ in song Story and picture. A stereo pit con will be used. E at the City Library i he pupils of the Beardshear school held their Christmas festivities Friday afternoon in the Library. About one Hundred sent a pleasant hour witnessing the Mother Goose l he room was prettily decorated in the red and Green of the season. Children in the costumes of a Mother Goose it Type entertained the company with rhymes Aud jingles while a Large chorus in t he South room Sang the songs. A great Deal of credit is due the teachers and children for the work necessary to perfect the exercises. Matinee Christmas Day at the Scenic. Walter Morris injured pleasant ii Rove to. Let. Ahu Reb David Moore pastor sunday school to a. In. Preaching by Rev. E. E. Ilgenfritz District superintendent at i i a. In. Evening 7 30, Epworth league Ted by laude Sanders followed by address by the pastor. United Brethren. Fred Riggs minister. On saturday evening the sunday school will hold its Christmas exercises. Sunday school at to 0u a. In. Preaching by pastor at la o clock on Isa. 63 2 a and when we shall see him there is no Beauty that we should desire c. E. In the evening at 6 30. At 7 30 a special service of song will be Given. All Are cordially invited to attend these services. E Ven i no Frog it a m Anthem a a sing o heavens choir prayer Rev. Riggs. Song a Bethlehem Start a male Quartetti. Solo a come and spend Christmas with me a Zella Stull. Reading mrs. Mamie Hyler. Male quartet Tel Starlight in Judea duet. Address by Rev. Riggs. Solo Bethlehem babes Floe Akin. Anthems a glory to god in the highest a choir. Duet a Star of the Reading miss Blanch Hyler. A Long years ago a Saviour a male quart tee. Anthems a Hail glorious Day a choir. While driving into the barn yesterday with a Load of fodder or. Walter to trip Ris the own from the Load and severely injured. Three reels and vaudeville at the Scenic Christmas Day. Homer Boyes is ill Homer Boyes who was taken sick at the Home of e. W. Sanders at the c country club thursday night is still quite sick at his Home in pleasant Creve. Three Star Cut glasses tonight and saturday six for 75c at j. B. Kooser amp store. First congregational Church. William j. Momchin minister. The Christmas services at the congregational Church will have special music in the morning with Christmas Sermon and a program by the children in the evening at the Early hour of 5 00 p. In. It will consist of a program by the children Ster Optican talk on the a a nativity and two illustrated poems of Christmas nature each illustrated by six slides. St. John s episcopal. Thomas Horton Rector. Services at 7 30 p. In. Nine 91-2 and to Inch Jardiniere 39c.�?j. B. Kooser amp co. T2 a special reel at the Scenic Christmas Day. A Massachusetts woman has left her estate to the old maids of her town. How absurd there Are no old maids these Days. Holiday arrangements at Post office Christmas to Al ii office general delivery from 7 30 to i pc a. Rn., and from 6 00 to 7 00 p. M. Money order and registry from 8 00 to 11 00 a. In. City carriers window will be open from 7 a to 7 30 p. M. City carriers will make one full delivery to patrons and one full collection from Street letter boxes in the morning. All Rural carriers will make a full trip the same As on other week Days. Outgoing mail will be despatched the same As on other week Days. General delivery and carriers windows will be kept open until 8 of clock saturday evening and As much later As is necessary to accommodate the Public. Station a general delivery and Money order windows will close for the Day at noon. City carriers will make one full delivery to patrons and one collection from Street letter boxes in the morning. Mail will be despatched from Sta a As follows 7 20 a. Rn., 10 30 a. In. And 6 10 p. In. L. M. Bosworth postmaster. Specials�?7 1-2, 8 and 8 1-2 Inch Jardiniere 29c�?j. B. Kooser amp co. T2 municipal topics discussed by club the civics and social economics division of the Pricillac met thursday afternoon with mrs. P. G. Holden on the Campus. The program of this Section of the society Are on municipal improvements and at this meeting mrs. L. C. Burnett and mrs. E. C. Potter spoke on a sidewalks and for anything in Fine merchant tailoring Call on e. S. Hicks Corner seventh St. And Douglas ave. 62t8 the weather probably fair tonight and sunday warmer tonight colder by sunday night. If personal items concerning yourself or friends do not appear in print the neglect May be your fault for not informing this paper. How Are we to know unless you Tell us no daily monday. On account of Christmas no daily intelligencer will be issued monday. A the Man with his Corn in the cribs can bake his shins before the fire and let the other fellow think of the weather a says the Iowa City Republican. Solve at least one or More of your Christmas problems with a Kodak everybody enjoys pictures and enjoys making them the simple easy Kodak Way. We have a Complete Stock of Kodak and Brownie cameras give us an Opportunity to Aid you in a selection that will bring year round enjoyment. The Bosworth drug store free delivery College and in the City special attention Given to mail orders i 34 main St. Ames Iowa the Union National Bank wishes its Many patrons a merry Xmas and a Happy and prosperous new year. The Tilden store we Are pleased indeed with the splendid business you have Given us this fall and during the Christmas season. It proves to us that you appreciate our efforts to give you first class service High Grade merchandise and moderate prices. We thank you and wish you a very merry Christmas and Happy prosperous new year. The Tilden store

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