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Ames Intelligencer (Newspaper) - January 30, 1908, Ames, Iowa Pagh 6 the ambs Isteni Genoer. Tit i Ca y. A Ca Quot a a n t sin foreign demand my Are removed a sewer q for Mies product by death s hand less than to cents. For Sale i tasking pegs for Africa. Heath of Max Weirick. New arrivals at the for Salk i Bam 20x24, i it from. Harry t Anil Pearl Street. Harry osts. To lie its Rolft. 9�?zuh a do to Gran Omer for for Voy a Tho Franf of the Akin Hebung the Many friends Peg a crossed he water and Quot a a p,.m Uoch by mtg Furnace heat ii room to Mph it i a a Ull a Douglass ave. Werc bottle keeping in lost found Paft Nimfy _ Pou us a to it ii a to pent known a the j 0rtvim received for i death of Max in the Hospital ?.��--jl a in age shipment for port Natal to Moines. May. January 2 h. W i North it Bon at Durban. The though he had been in very poor order is marked Rush on account of i health since Angust and of a preach of the Corn gathering Hospital most of that i e Mon port Natal is South of the regained enough of his Biron Gin is gathered in the about a month ago to justify Hope for his Complete recovery. However his heart was left weak by a siege of pneumonia last summer and when the final test came it failed him. Max was a member of 06 class of lutheran Church. J the Ames High school. Tic was a g. O. Pau i stud pastor. I Good student always Jolly and in great remnant Sale to f�?zn.,.r fro. R hark betwee vie. Equator and Corn Lait it anted churches. 1v re t Chandu no Aid in club Bonne in. P. Buffington 125 Highland a _ Friday evening. Jan 31 congregational Church Friday services at 8.-00 in Candina in need of help his classmates at Friday services i ways found Max Weirick ready to 1 help them. After graduating ii1 went to Des Moines where he was lutheran Rev Iva. Working when first taken sick. Rev. G. O. Paulsrud will be Here i wag Hig to go to i. S. A and about feb. 16th to hold a series of i with this thought in mind he was his work. Mrs. The Beautiful cantata entitled i meetings for about to Days in eng i always Happy at i Ned ush. A chorus choir of about 40 i Weirick Ray and Laura went to ii Ruth 19 voices will be organised by . John i gets saturday and took the be Roe. Body to Harl n for burial. The kindest sympathy is extended to this Christian science. I sorrowing Mother brother and Sis Christian science services at 7 30 i ter. P. In. In Odd Fellows Hall. Obj Eoto i my a in Weirick was Boro Jolt i i id 1887 at Harlan where the remains to of v. Cry uni chorus under i no Richan science Reading room i were taken for burial beside Ilia father by High miss Pike. Open Quot a Quot and saturday. He was a member of the direction of miss j f i. 9,n to.n0 la irk at 618 Emory a Mill remnant Sale is the most successful Sale we have Ever held. Crowds Are coming daily and the bargains they receive More than satisfy them. Some of the Mill remnants did not arrive in time for the opening of the Sale. These new attractions will be on Sale next saturday morning and we have reasons to expect a Day even busier than last saturday. Admission open wednesdays from 2 30 to 6 00 p. 25 cents Douglass Avenue. Church of Christ. H. D. Williams pastor. Bible school at 9 45 a. In. Y. P. At 6 30 in. In. The pastor Church. At the time he was taken sick last Angust he was the manager of the elevator system in the Chocker Block and had been repeatedly promoted. Emily a. Spellman Ibad. Born la to Nevada saturday. A number of the per Fin attend is c. E. At 8 30 p. In. The pastor Emily a. Spell Mab a mers from around a��8 Quot t e-1 win preach at la a. In. And 7 30 p. Stafford Springs Tolland Nonty. The meat producer Meering i a e. Meeting is an important Oue Conn it May 31, i s37 and died Jan. Vada saturday. The i g of for ail Young people. Morning theme 7 1908, at the age of to years flt its a make me a Little cake first and in 19 of Tab evening a godliness of ame some of the things that go with the Sale saturday that Are not on the big Bill speakers will give some my a vital interest to Story county banners. U. B. Church. J. A Stiverson. Pastor. Sunday school at to mrs. It. N. Dixon superintendent. Sermon returns from Texas. j a. Campbell returned from Bis Southern trip sunday morning. Auvom2tdrouers, sir. And mrs. I Dixon superintendent. Sermon at Only one to Junior at 2 jul p. It a a Frear tuns will Mcca y rp3, 0, them i in the Stening by o. L. Wilson return i i a t .acp3 Tor a funeral of John Brown will be held a a ppm a win Mel a in stayed in u Flop in to Barsda Arkansas City for a visit with a p Baptist Church. Graham Aud . J s. Steger waiter Fowle. Pastor. Nearly fifty Scarb ago at the ago of 20 who was United in marriage to Isaac a Hall of Stafford Springs who with one daughter. Emma to. Keene survives her to mourn the loss of a faithful Loving wife and one son having died in fancy figured White Linen finish Haistings 27 assorted figures one to ten Yard lengths 18c Val i of us per Yard. Topped at Dodds City Kansas. Mother. Infancy. At the age of to years deceased gave her heart to Jesus and United with the Mel Church of which she remained a member until moving West. The family lived at Clifton. Illinois for about 6 years afterwards mercerized Plain White Haistings 27-Inch, with fancy Jacquard figures i to 10-Yard lengths 25c Val a us per Yard. Odd Fellows it Gilbert. 9 46 Bible school la w Sermon by coming to to Walt living near Ontario evangelist Taylor Cornet Solo by ,rhu\.earg then settled in the Home at a. 7 tha ame i Taylor. 3 of meeting. Plan of meeting March. About Twenty members of the Ames Lay Fonno Oabed Uter. A 80 by. P. U. I. O. O. F. Lodge went to go a Tell 7 30 evangelistic service led by Evan Day night to Confer the second degree Aud mr8. Taylor. Special music udoh two candidate in the Lodge a a i hath instrumental and vocal. It Vale. They say they had a very Jolly time and when they found them selves locked out cd the depot after Gilbert 31 years ago next March when taken with a severe attack of pneumonia the naturally frail body succumbed after five Days of intense suffering and her spirit took its flight. A Short time before her death Fine Batiste 29-Inch, a Choice line of new Spring styles and colors on White ground 1 to to Yard lengths hip Irr values. Der Yard Loc values per Yard Fine Batiste 3 Inch a11 White grounds neat stripes figures and checks 4 o in. Nar Liard. Al a Catholic Church Board. The following Board has been be i mrs. Hall requested that her Funer eted for St. Cecelia Catholic Church j a Rmon should be preached from sri too we i Tor the in i jag babe is a to be of a. C. C Taii Omo j a. 18c Quality per Yard. Linen finish chambray 27-in. Wide assorted colors such As pinks blues linens Greys etc., 15c Quality per Yard. A a a hic embroidered Swiss 27 inches wide All White grounds with assortment Al Small coloured figure 25c 15c Quality per Yard. Fine mercerized Jacquard Haistings 36 inches wide All White grounds printed in a Choice assortment of Black red and Blue figures dots and stripes 35c Quality 23c per Yard. Again. Deportment it it of Ceramic needed. At the meeting of the state Brick and tile men at de Moines last week Nell j. Al judge. Congregation Church. William j. Minchin pay Tor. In him should not perish but have everlasting life. T _. The services were conducted to it it Ann Tup Ticu a a Arev Halbert wednesday the 22d, resolutions were adopted urging the the pastor will Preagon in the a Injo with a prayer at the House at la Iowa general Assembly to make so on a this world the use and ? i of clock and concluded at the Congre Iowa general sen. I. Fred Haugen state i "atln.1 Shureb. After which the body was Laid away in Tho Gilbert cemetery to rest until the resurrection morn. 7 the next session to i in the evening Fred Hausen state approx. A. N at the in x. A a Secretary of county v. C a. Wert establish a depart a will speak Uljdt the auspice of the Iowa state College at ame the leg 1 i Iowa state roues i Beach y. M o. A. Work. Relative committee a Iii. Morning nerve a shark hark my Pear before the legislature in 1 Sli try a Sheney so hoists mrs goo. Of tin plan. The next meeting Wil i Holtz and mrs l. O. Tilden. Evening he held a1 Mason City. 110im of Iii Chicks. . E in Crar Ablit desires a correction made in the awards of the poultry show. By some error his prize Gorham bantams appeared As taking second Premium when in tact they took first they wore sipped to him from Tennessee and this Bantam family have been taking sweepstakes at every show in America and Europe. He also secured the medal from the Rhode Island red club of America for shape and has the ribbon to show for this special. He say tic has the heat reds in America and he done to care who knows it. Service. Anthem a now the Day Over a Marks. Soloists Tinsley. Ladies Trio a there ii a Green Hill far away a Stebbins. St. Johns episcopal Church. Herbert a. Wilson. Rector. Morning prayer Sud Sermon la 00 a sunday school before morning a vice. College Chapel. O. H. Cessna. Chaplain. Prof ool drove of the state Normal school at Cedar Falls will be the Chapel speaker Hulday morning. Groceries ready for the friends Church Isaac Ellis. Pastor. Mrs. Belle Hubbel of Minneapolis will begin a eerie of meeting at the fiend a Church next Wauday morning at la a. Services also in the evening Aud each evening during the coming week. Death of an old settler. John Clements living at zen Orvilie Mist Grace Jed monday evening about six o clock. The funeral was held yesterday in the zen Orvilie Church and the remains were then taken to the Ontario Ceme Tery for interment. His death was due to no particular disease but War at her the result of the exhaustion of his vital forces. . Clements was an Ltd Man. Past eighty years of age and was an honorary member of the masonic Lodge in Ames having joined it in its earliest years in this town. It was the desire of his relatives to have the masons take charge of the funeral but because of the distance and Short notice received by them it a found to be almost impossible and the idea a Given up. However a delegation of ame masons went by Carriage to new bargains go into the Sale every Day. Many of them go in and Only last for a Day two before the lot come Early and come often and you can put dollars in big savings on All your purchases during this great Mill did you Ever see such bargains in cloaks overcoats and furs Tilden Bros. Is co. Table births. Born a by . And mrs. W. H Grover january 25, a eleven Pound Daught Al born by Aud mrs. Albert Kelley Jau. 28, a nine Pound son. Did you Ever Stop to Limik How Many Good things can be procured tit our store for the table things ready prepared without involving labor on the Bart of the housewife among these ready prepared luxuries we might name trite to life. Ontario to represent the Lodge at the i the play to be Given in tin Armor two son and a daughter opera House Friday evening burial Vive him to mourn his death. 7th. Is a play possessing All the Well known Man dead. John Brown a a Mil figure around Ames for Many years died monday evening of parlays. He was about seventy rear of age and made his Home wit ii feature info id by a thear Gold Public it hag music Brights speech and Hest of All it has life which is so essential to the Sui of a play whether put on by a Collel a in company of Home Puoplo Profe. Pie fruit at per pack age. Hominy at per 10c a roup g�m1 Luck. c j roup formerly of Ames has just finished a Law course in Minneapolis and passed his stat sex amen atom in Olympia. Washington. For practice in Beattie. . Map Ltd is an old i. 8. C. Man. Graduating in the claw of 1904. After i graduation Hen he went to Minneapolis where he entered the Law course in the University of Minnesota. H worked hts Way through College it almost entirely without Asb Stan from his parents having graduated i the of Man new Ota left for tile West where he has successfully passed the Law examination out of the seventeen who took the examination but fourteen passed of which number he was near the head . Roup is the son of . Hot Daught mrs Susan fierce on South i clonal theatrical troupe. Lime lust a Etc a Fie had been connected Gap Tain Racket i. A play we met with the lauding Mill for Homo rime As with great Success we i it delivery Man and seemed to be in his the professional stage and with i usual health monday doing his regular i training which to being of Fork. Atm eating a Hearty supper he company pulling u on in Ames for rant not to set some worm and fell he the Benefit of c company a i. N. 0 went out to get some Wocl Ana Rem no a the was Able to Call to his daughter neigh it certain to make a hit with All Bors came to mrs. Pierces assistance who May in privileged to Hoar in but . Brown became unconscious Aud i As the play goes on and the Pirn in a Short time expired. I unfolds the attention of the Audi ence is kept without a moment of re de both of. Mcclure j taxation. Tin play itself is modern . Colore died at his Home two the people represented Are the Mitt. of town. Quot of today and to it plot a. And i i a v 29th at 12 30. A had been i speeches Are Sutti that no one. Can sick for about three weeks and his death for a moment entertain a Don it we not of be a molar. A it a Quot Long Ade for he pro int a nor an old settler and Well known through j action of play goers. Dont out toe in Guzi. Had he lived til mar abides in Brief. . Tilden dentist office rooms in the Odd fellow Temple. 424 Fred Shinn goes to Streator la Liuzi next week for a visit with friends. Bananas $1.00 per Bouch 439 Frank b. Spence. . Floyd Campbell visited in Jewell sunday with bin brother Claude. Miss pikes millinery store is to have a Large plate Glass window on the East Side. Reservist seat Sale for a a opt. Racket opens tuesday morning at Bosworth. Get ill Early Aud secure Good seats a letter recently received from Percy j Walton k e. A of states that he is now local d i a Baltimore. My. Office of the general elect be co. A Eon struck my Foreman and Engineer. While in Washington d. Q. Walton visited with and mrs a Horn Horn who is a graduate of i q u 10 the �?T06 Cia is located at Washington . Walton also met t. T. Fitch h. B of who is in the government service there. Personal mention. Mrs. Ia1 Penny who Bas been quits in is reported imploring. Prof. Ami mrs. Knapp were in de Marinee thursday and Friday. Miss Winifred Potter of Des Moi ties has been v isl tin with la equal a miss ska Tux. . And mrs w. H. Vanduser have returned from a extended trip through the South to states. \ miss Colpitt who has beef la Tbs h�sp4t# he would have been eighty two years old. Mrs Harry Allen is a daughter of the deceased the funeral occur Friday afternoon at 2 k 0 at the Home conducted by Rev a. M. Shea. Can. 10c string a Wmk at per can 10c try our full Cream cheese. J. Vav. Adams g. Hon pc of this City and is quite Well known Here. I at want a freeze dirt. Slater a literally been a Hospital on a huge scale the past week. A big per cent of the people being a Lack with the Grippe Tome Kindred affection. The trouble however ii not confined to Slater a similar re Porta come from All part of the state. A Good Snow storm with colder weather a hard rain the Doc tora Tell us would be the Best thing that could happen Jet now to Check the news a arc of thanks. We desire to express our Heartfelt gratitude to the kind Friend and neighbors who to kindly assisted and expressed their sympathy during the sickness and death of our beloved wife and Mother. Iba a a. Hall. . And Mph Elmer rings Little liver pills Wake up Lazy livers Dean the system and Clear the skin. Try them for Bullio Snew and Sil k headache Price 25c. Hold by a a Gamble. It at the armory Friday evening. February 7th. Popular prices will prevail As usual. Threatened with Pitt Uttmi i reported to latter Mise Mildred Maxwell a not been Able to Stoie voiles tin Pant week on account Mil attack of the trip. n. Ii. Bali returned in i Horn .Plu ton wednesday morning after a visit with his Bister . J. E Campbell. Nevada should la of out. Discussing Dio Lowa Amos football difficulties the Polo observe says that a Iowa should feel about the Ames game As Colo did about the 8 Lonj defeat administered to us by Nevada Lait Gummer. During this game Catcher Ricketts indulged in some dirty playing. Colo now has a determination to some Day just Lek the everlasting daylights out of Nevada and thus drown the memory of past defeats in tin cottages of Victory. The observer which is a Follower of the diversity wants Iowa to a go and do i icy Sharer and . Earl Baird both of Prairie City arrived in amex e ride jew i a vat sunday risk with i Gre filial. in Auxin of of a Edward. Mrs. Swim of Osder and . Will Tendy of Harry go Amo in Aree unt of the sever Ilia War Mother . A Tendy. . And . H b. Peterson of it tory City Esau Dou a few Friend saturday we tug on their Way to Nevada where they a Loftt sunday with old neighbor. Mim Peters of the language department of the College a called to Denver coir add by the death of Lier hater. Mix Peter Sean Juit it a lug her share of trouble hang Leat in it go Riata time. J. Jacob and daughter us . The a hard times skating party at coleus rink tuesday night a a great Eucce. Many costume Wen shown which spoke Well for the ingenuity of i he skater. The following prize were awarded 1st gentleman John win j 2nd Frt d Hughes Tat lady miss bum my Aud Benito Akin 1st couple Mary knit Ley and j a Ubu Wilcox 2nd Ethel Stanion will a ser Btu at Aln my t Nail a a a Friday Loris and miss Ito a Budan Trinei returned monday from an extended Virit wit re pad Kab. Kentucky. . Job a taken a few Day vacation Rota Mea Wiwi them. A a mrs. Waters . Feu hug and mrs. Underwood Aud Homer yeomen i St costume Winn a Shockley 2nd Clifford shoo Kiev. The Judgew were . Kelso w. W. Talbott and Geo Baker. A does your wife get angry if so d interrupted while talking a a How should i know i Mamdou Tel Gerti us the new Moon will make its Spoar Unco on ground hog Day. A d. A. In the d. A will meet monday eve Hung Ai 7 4fi for a Borine meeting with mrs. Rio Aud daughters in Story Street Many a Ruan realizes the import Anco of Good clothes who Doc not realize the related importance of Reading clothes advert elements. T a

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