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Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1916, Ames, Iowa B. H. Read j. A. Price Ames evening times daily except sunday just the word grandmother con editor and manager Veys to the mind of everyone who eve Ana opiate hangar possessed one the Dearest lady in. The world and recalls a i entered As second class matter at lion of an old fashioned cookie Jar the Post office at Ames under the act where you could feast to your hearts of july 16, 1904. Content and the Chance to have eve a Ety thing in the world you wanted. Be user i i Tion a Yeh Many a boy has been a spoiled Quot by a one year by mail.12.00 Gran Mother so his dad has said. But what if you had four grandmothers. In Story county there is a Rich in grandmothers one year by carrier.$3.00re c est a i errs Little fellow about a year old now a literal translation o it he French who is Rich in grandmothers and words a Cestla Guerre Quot Means to his baby Days ought to be full of us nothing More than a it is the happiness because there Are four of but Verne Marshall editor of these dear ladies to Shower love and the Cedar rapids Gazette who has attention upon him. The Lucky boy is just returned from a visit to the War Dennis George son of or. And mrs. Zone of Europe finds a great Deal Ira Brown of Gilbert More meaning in these three simple one grandmother of Little Dennis French words. He writes in the a is mrs. J. A. Gibson who is a Babette Tive of Iowa having been born in did you sit in a warm room Sun Tama county october 21, 1866. Day and monday look out at the when a Tittle girl three years old site swirling sleet and Snow the ice in came to Story county with her Par the streets and try to reconcile your outs in a covered Wagon and ,et-1 Doolittle who was born in Newark Electa Brown or. J. A. Gibson Electa Doolittle Margaret Gibson mrs Ira Brown Dennis George Brown Gibson August 21, 1860, and after five years moved two Miles North of Ontario a year later they moved to a farm two Miles West of Gilbert where or. Gibson died june 2, 1906, and the widow retired to Gilbert. Grandma Gibson has ten grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She is eighty years of age. The other is mrs. Electa f. Ward self to the undisputed arrival of a tied on a farm two Miles North of belated Winter did you get out your Gilbert. Here she met and married heavy clothes and shiver in spite of James Gibson october 28, 1886 and them when you went your work yes liter entire married life has been spent ter Day yes these were the things on the same farm she moved on As you did and doubtless you verbally a Bride. She has eight children and lamented the change from Good i three grandchildren. The other weather to bad from warm to cold grandmother is or. Electa Doolittle at least most people do. Hardship we scarcely know what Brown who was born in Story county Bunje 1862. She was married to it is. Sorrow we know it but we George p. Brown in March Issi and do not choke on its Bottommost Dregs j settled in a farm near Gilbert where deprivation a we Roll in wealth and they reared a family of four children luxury h w e compare ourselves to the three daughter and one son. Ira Ohio March 24, 1831. She moved with her parents to Crawford county. 111., in 1848. On november 24. 1 849, she was United in marriage to William Doolittle. Or. And mrs. Doolittle then moved to their new Home in Bellaire ills., where they remained on a farm until j856 then with her husband and three children so moved to Story county Iowa. They settled on a farm three Miles South of Story City bringing up a family of ten children with the exception of one who died in childhood. She re people across the sea. Death we who is the proud father of Dennis i Maine there forty eight years. Dur t. I that Limp hat Hiff Trot the. Feel its sweep but it does not engulf George. It in its grim Waves. Hunger yes i then there Are two great grandee Are hungry but the gaunt Specter mothers who belong to the Little Fel of starvation does not stalk us to our Low. One of them is mrs. Margaret Graves. Cold some of us Are cold. Gibson. She was born in Indiana on but the Frozen clods do not ring with August 29, 1 8.56, and when a Small Spades that dig holes for our rigid girl moved with her parents Overland bodies. For some reason which we cannot explain even to ourselves these first Days of Winter remind us of a new philosophy the philosophy at All but that is what we choose to it All it. At any rate it is a a something a that gets beneath the surface and that is what philosophy. Always must do or la is not philosophy at All. Whatever in the Gamut of the human minds progressions it May be it is Best expressed to or by the Man who has been in France since August 1914, by three simple words a a a cd est la in our language those words mean Little to Many nothing at All. Translated they Are. A it is but in France their interpretations Are without number the Man in the Trench has no warm room from which to watch the caprices of Winter. Ankle deep knee deep or hip deep in mud he Wal Laws and fights. And As the cold penetrates to the very marrow of his in a covered Wagon to Marshall county. Now a. She was married to James lug that time she has suffered the loss of her husband. At the end of that time she together with her daughter miss Emma moved to Roland where they lived ten years. Then they moved to Story City Iowa a in j 1914 where mrs. Doolittle is by ill living at the age of eighty five years and is apparently in Good the skies Clear and a blazing Sun bakes everything beneath its rays while the stench of the Long dead bodies is trifling but the soldiers shrug their shoulders and Bear it All with a a a West h these Are things to think about gain m at her Home the occasion being Iii holier of her birthday. An Oyster supper was served at the close f the evening and All departed wishing mrs. Crawford Many Moi birthdays. Mrs. Sam Allen spent thursday in Des Moines with her father c k. Stuart at the methodist Hospital. Or. And mrs. Clark Stuart were shopping in Boone tuesday. Or. And mrs. W. L. Gossett of Kelley were guests to dinner sunday at the Andy Reilly Home. Willard Morris and family and heir week end guests mrs. Quot. A. Meredith and e. L. Meredith spent sunday at the c. F. Davis Home. A or. Ami mrs. Fred Bass called at the Barye Crawford Home sunday miss Alexander of Boone spent the week end at the Ezra Ward Home. Or. And mrs. P. W. Finchem Aud family were guests sunday at the parental Ben Finchem Home in Ames. Mrs. Joe Davis and atm Dwight were guests sunday at the Sam Wakefield Home. Miss Marguerite of Hare had he tonsils removed at the Eleanor 1 Moore Hospital at Boone saturday. Or. And mrs. Cecil Milliken and family were guests sunday at the Logan Briley Home. Attorney f. L. Meredith of lied Moines spent the wee k end at Tho Willard Morris Home. He is an Alum huh of i. S. C. And came to attend Tho i football game at the College Satur 1 Day. Or. And mrs. Clark Stuart and t or. And mrs. Sam Allen spent sundae j afternoon at the Roy Taylor Home Iii Ames. Miss Helen Kingsbury spent the week end at the Home of Lier Uncle. Joe Ballard in Boone. Or. And mrs. Albert Foster spent t sunday afternoon with miss Goldie Foster. Mrs. A. Stoll and daughter miss Ruby. Spent the week end at the Frank Wheeler Home in Mackey. The zen Orville Aid society will hold a Bazaar at the Home of my will Nicholas Friday december i Many pretty and useful articles will be for Sale. A lunch will be served in the afternoon and in the evening an Oyster supper will be served. All Are cordially invited to come and hell the Good cause along. Or. E. Ward and miss Alexander called at the Seth Kingsbury Home saturday. Or. And mrs. E. J. Hunter and son Donald spent sunday afternoon at the parental s. F. Hunter Home in Ames. Or. And mrs. Howard Sawyer of Sioux rapids visited friends in this locality last week. The following guests were entertained sunday at the Lin Wold Home or. And mrs. Will manges mrs. Alice Gross and Ida. John rip key and miss attle mouser. Mrs. Leo Sullivan and children of Boone spent the week end at the Hen i v Mccoy Home. Til Ere will be a Box social at the in Nion school House Friday evening november 24. Every one is cordially invited. Ladies Are requested to bring a Box or. And mrs. Harry Allen and family spent sunday afternoon at the l. C. Allen Home. Mrs. Peter Christenson and daughter Mabel spent Friday afternoon at the will manges Home. Or and mrs. Robert dressier and a on Byron and or. And mrs Albert Foster were guests sunday at Tho Earl Sawyer Home. The North Star meeting which was to be held at the Jay Allen Homo last Friday evening was postponed because of the death of or. Allens Uncle g. W. Kelly. They will meet on Friday november 2 4. Certain cure for roup. Or. Rose Middleton of Greenville. Illinois has had experience in Tim treatment of this disease. She says a when my children were Small my son had croup frequently. Chamberlains cough remedy always broke up these attacks immediately and i was never without it in the House i have taken it myself for coughs and colds with Good results. For Sale by t j. Loughran and Bosworth amp co adv. A a mrs. E. M. Hart announces the opening of the Beauty Parlours at the n Elson Shi Elk y store 2nd floor. In addition to the Complete equipment we Are also showing a full line of Thomes and Gervaise Graham toilet articles. Phone 186 for appointments the sick list was Able to attend his t school duties monday. We Are glad to report mrs. It it lure is gaining being now a1 in to is. Up. After a severe spell of t to nest. Mrs. Alite Gross and Ida and John Klepk Quot a spent Saturio by with miss when self pity tries to poke its snivel. I Emma Ripkey at the College. Ing nose into our mind. It is our selfishness which accentuates our ailments. Think of Quot the Toher fellow. You always can think of someone who is far worse off than yourself. Kiral Roeth Loer i friends of mrs. Galen noose will be sorry to hear of the serious ill Ness of her Mother. Mrs. John Stull. Or. And mrs. Clark Stuart spent Friday in Des Moines. Or. And mrs. Jay Allen attended Hie zen Orville Aid society in t last thursday afternoon with mrs Lee Sparks. A Good attendance War present Aud refreshments we re Quot roved by the hostess at the close of the meeting mrs. Ray Crawford was greatly surprised last thursday evening when her friends and neighbors began to modern plumbing and scientific heating plans and specifications estimates contracts consulting. W. G. Madison 4 13 Douglas ave phone Hird Epsilon Omega Pui i a invites you to be present at a thanksgiving Ball thursday november 30th dancing at 8 of clock our circa i i Iai j.�?8th and i Locust St. Admission Youngs per couple $1.00 society orchestra rickets May be obtained by mail from Dan Sartor 221 i Locust St. The funeral of the latter Uncle. L. Bones As he shakes in his coat of ice Quot a i1 Ames Friday afternoon. A great Many from thin locality attended the football game at the College saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Jay Allen spent Sun he and his Teeth rattle in is head mutters. A a cd est la a Shell tears its Way into Tho Earth works behind which huddle the half a but he Frau. Wailea Frozen Mea q faded Blue. Ten men ome mrs. A a Meredith of Crawford or ten times ten May it snuffed into eternity while in the midst of the 9 a 0 >�?Teb., spent he week end at the Willard Morris Home. Mrs. Charles Sowers of Tex a is dead bodies stands one who miraculously was untouched. He looks ,. Visit inc and caring for her Mother about him bewildered wonders if he a la alive or really dead and looking Back at that which his tortured soul just has left then lifts his Eye and stammers a Cestla a boy Fille with the Hopes and dreams of youth goes into Battle and comes out a Man years older sadder Wiser wondering what life is mrs Mcclure. Or. And mrs will new lift Ora and Jess w Ere guests sunday at the Sam manges Home. Or. And mrs. James Christ Alo children spent sunday at the Galen Ward Home mrs. Clarence Dunn of Urban a 111., is a guest this week at the Jake Sadler Home. Public Sale to he held at my place 130 High Street Ames Iowa two blocks cast and one Block South of i Ancoin a garage on saturday december 2nd, 1916 commencing at one of clock p. In. Sharp 29�?head of live stock�?29 consist ing of James Shear returned to ii r for where before he had looked on. It As a Field for pleasure and achieve menu a few Days More another a lome in Minneapolis Lait week Battle and this boy lies out there in a pleasant visit at the 1. M. Hum. If Many a land face cold and upturn of to the skies. He wonders no More sadly or. And mrs. Jake Sadler an t children spent sunday evening at the Henry Fox Home. Mrs. Lovdie Marriott of Urbana i 111., came wednesday for a visit Ai the k. B. Moorhous Home. He knows and his centred shake fair Heads and say a West la a bomb drops on the food Supply Wagon the a soup Wagon they Call it and the men in the trenches for or. And mrs. Joe Shaunce an who h that Wagon was bound do not babe took diaper sunday at thickest for another Twenty four hours. It Natal a. Stoll hora1, has been Twenty four hours since miss Ada Hayden of the College last they had food they tighten spent last monday it the parental la takes the a blues out of a a Blue monday the inns in Aud urfi factory v a hot f Quot of rail buy a Manes a a a toy a Aport Day Tori an it a a Uay in any Buna Eholt. Tax All tilt Bani work by . W an i wring. Cleanse any i a in a it. to buy and to Roo. Shunt an t troll tilt prix if. Abet put Lar wife. Derat it a fun not i la 5 a a s. Live re or text Yow or. Tight Model to co Mac Druio. These two books free we have a in int. Foe you two i Handy tax is on dry cleaning Ami v a in a. Lull of you Natl 60 torn i. For Vii in and cleaning prenatal on it la a l for them Tad in Urc. Tim a Unrau is a to. Kest electric cd. 110 Maili St. 6 head of horses 6 their heavy leather belts renew their vigils and console each other with a Cestla women and Hildren who had no Means of fleeing and no plate to which they might Fly for safety steal silently about in the ruined villages half starved their Home demolished Aud their men taken from them by War and instead of complaining As you talk with them. They bite their lips until they bleed and say a Cestla from a dressing station when an ambulance arrives tomes a Soldier blinded by a grenade. Comrades Are guiding him. But he stumbles As he reaches for the step. He turns his sightless eyes to one and whispers a Cestla it Rains until the a he ground Are Fields of slime and men Are As Field rats drowned out of their holes. Hayden Home. Dwight Guilder who has been on m mar one Bay Mare with foal weight 1200 i Black Marc weight 1250 i Brown lore weight 1200 i Gray horse 7 years old weight 1200 i team of Buckskin arcs two Colts i mule coming 2 years old. I horse Colt coming 2 years old. 4 head of cattle four cows i fresh cow with calf at Side 2 cows giving milk i Jersey cow to be fresh soon. 16 Good pigs 3 month old Nui Isamli f farm machinery one Bock Island gang plow used 2 years i Hock Island Corn planter nearly new i Rock Island cultivator i Case cultivator i p. Amp o. Cultivator i two Section flexible Harrow i endgame seeder i Deering Hay Rake i inc horse steel evener i Mccormick Grain Binder i seven foot disc i Stow ton Wagon with 36 Inch Box i Stow ton bobsled i heavy work harness i 120-cpg incubator 3 buggies i top buggy rubber tired i Concord open buggy rubber tired i 2-Seatcd open Carriage steel tire. Usi Jai. Terms one years time at 8 per cent interest on bankable notes. Sam Erickson Posegate amp Joy auctioneers. , clerk

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