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Ames Thursday Times (Newspaper) - January 30, 1919, Ames, Iowa Thursday january 80, Toto woman s Depa rom Benj pm Ned m we intent a the wimm a Amu mud Vicinity am. I i. Ami urn it tor fume a but in to a Tom us a. M a group of women Hove been working hard the past week to make ready for shipment a quota a it of i to Rajama suits. Two of these suits have not yet come in and it in hoped that the shipment will not be Long delayed been use of these garments. Another quota of 27a petticoats for refugees will also be shipped within a few Days if the garments come in As they Are expo Ted. A Strong plea has been made by Central division to have these garments i shipped by february i. Harmony club the meeting of the Harmony club will be held saturday at i of clock at Tho Home of mrs Kildee. On the Campus. Kensington the new Ollah Kensington club met thursday afternoon with mrs. J. W. Kennedy. The time was spent in sewing Hospital Linen. The next meeting will he held february 12 with mrs. A b. Niles. For painting and paper hanging. Cau j. L. Miller red 988 221-tf see Tho International truck line. Minert Auto company. A personal mrs. Outhouse who resides in Nebraska arrived Here it verday to visit her laughter miss Winifred outhouse who has been very ill with Tho Spanish influenza miss outhouse will return to Nebraska with Lier Mother until she regains her strength. Or. Morgan of the Delco Light co. Was a business visitor in Cambridge yesterday. Mrs. L. C. Kurtz left last evening for Des Moines where she will spend a few Days. Miss Florence Howe of Des Moines was Here yesterday visiting friends at the Sheldon Munn hotel. The Many Ames friends of Lieut. Robert e. Mitchel will be sorry to learn of his death which occurred a few Days ago at his Home in Marshalltown. Mrs m. C. Nifford left this morning for Omaha where she will spend a few Days with her son. O. O. Nifford and family. Or. And mrs. Frank Coy of Fella. Iowa. Formerly of Ames. Left this morning after an extended visit at the Home of their son Phillip Coy who resides Here. Mrs Edward Pennington of Tipton. Iowa. A former student of Iowa state College returned to her Home this morning after a visit at the Kappa Delta House. Bernice Posegate left this morning for Eagle Grove where he will spend a few Days at the Home of his sister mrs. Corking. Ben Thompson of the Sheldon Munn hotel is visiting in Des Moines today with friends. Douglas wait Ley left this morning for Omaha where he will remain for some Tim. A l Chapman is a business visitor in Chicago this week. Or. And mrs. O. S. Cook of Lom onster Mich. Who have been guests of mrs. Cook at the Sheldon Munn hotel left this morning for los Angeles. Cal., where they will visit for some time before returning to their Horn in. Miss Etta Barber left this morning for Des Moines Wiere she went on business in Coune Teion with the College. Mrs. Henry Wilson arrived Here from Rockford 111., yesterday and will remain Here for several Days transacting business. Alvina Thompson of Ames leaves wednesday for new York where she will finish her course in music. She will he accompanied a part of the Way by her brother Clayton Thompson who is going to Chicago and by mrs. F. M. Wilson who will go As far As Des Moines. C. L. Brown an employee of the Northwestern railway company had the misfortune to he hit in the loft Eye by a stick while he w As handling some timbers. It required several stitches to close the wound. See the International truck line. Minert Auto company. Nevada notes on Friday evening mrs. T. P. Worsley entertained a Narty of girls for her Aie mis Armstrong complimentary to miss Juanita Thompson of Redfield and miss Dorothy Eaton of i s Moines. Eighteen j girls were present and the evening was spent in music and dancing Ana i i late in the evening Dainty refresh j j in. It its were served by mrs Worsley. J Floyd Whitaker who has been in j twin Star today Carlyle Blackwell and Evelyn Greely in a by Hook or Crooks a sure cure for the blues. It drives Dull care away and sends or. Grouch to the uncut Hay Ako hears Pat la weekly % Friday it to. Russel in Hobbs in a hurry lightning has nothing on Cyclone 6 acts of genuine fun and excitement. A play of the East Ami West he Quot. I Imam i Iii i la 11 i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Princess today ii William Farnum in a Truf lit it a one of his but St Rocky Mountain plays Friday special Paramount presents Charles Ray in a string the plough boy who wanted to be a poet. Of its Nice to get up in the morning but it is nicer to stay in bed. See Charles Ray he will make you feel Young and Guy Cre tonnes and tapestries from France exquisitely embroidered Robes from Switzerland Silks from Japan and Gingham from Scotland linens from Ireland voiles from America and White goods straight from baby land. The Best from the worlds looms at your command. Mrs. T. Bielenberg phone b 704 for appointments service in France for almost a year has received his discharge and is at Homo again. Bayard f. Sayre of Indianola Aud miss Ada i red Rick of new Virginia wore married at the Christian Par silage in this City saturday. Deputy Sherry Crooks went up to Eldora monday to accompany a no Lih it of Ames boys who were Sente nerd in juvenile court hero saturday. Or. And mrs. Has. Horton have received a Welcome letter from Theli son Ralph who has been in France for some tile. They had not heard from him either directly or indirectly for some time and a Tver becoming alarmed when his letter arrived. He spent the just seven months in a Hospital recovering from wounds bin did not state the nature of his amid. Quot Arthur Applegate was taken very Iii Friday night and has since suffered considerably from some bronchial trouble mrs. H. L. Huddlestun went to Sioux rapids saturday to spend a couple of weeks at the Home of her brother. B. J. Hall and miss Edith Hall were Over sunday from Ames where they Are attending College to attend the funeral of the late Arthur Ike Horn. Or. And mrs. Frank Worsing spent sunday at Boone at the Home of a sister of mrs. Worsing. Who is very ill. Rev. Anil mrs f. It. Shin k had As their guest sunday Homer stalk of Omaha. Miss Freda Sutherland spent saturday in Des Moines with her Olstei mrs it. B. Applegate at the lutheran Hospital where she recently underwent a severe operation. Or. And mrs. Harry Crouch left sunday evening for Rocky Ford. Colo., having been called by the death of or. Crouches brother in Law. John Lessing who died from a stroke of apoplexy. Miss Edna Statler of Des Moines and Sam Statler of Marshalltown spent sunday at the parental Home in this City. Or. And mrs. George Porter and baby of Marshalltown spent sunday in this City at the Home of mrs. Porters parents or. And mrs. L. A. Berka. Or. And mrs. Denver Storrs have As their guests this week. Or. And mrs. Reed Thompson of Jamaica. Or. Thompson was formerly employed in the various meat markets o. The City and he and his wife made Many friends who will be glad to Welcome them again. O. G. Dutton of grand Junction spent tile week end in t ii is City at the Home of his sister. Mrs. F. H. Conner and also visited Ais brother. J. G. Dutton. P. R. Frazier of Morrison was in the City saturday and called at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. It. A. Frazier. Miss Mary Oliver of amies spent sunday in this City with her Friend. Miss Nellie Barnett who is a patient at the sanitarium. Misses Marie and Ruth of Neil and Zella Carver of Colo hiked Over to Nevada sunday afternoon and returned on the evening train. Miss Margaret Ayres has been suffering from an attack of bronchitis for tin past few Days. Miss Anna Stowe of Des Moines spent the week end in this City at the Home of her Friend miss Lizzie Switzer. Or. And mrs. Fred Davis returned tin last o it he week from Jefferson and or. Davis will again take charge of the Black amp Hanson store. Mrs. C. W. Micklin and two children of Colo spent sunday in this City at the Home of or. And mrs. W. C. Mccreary Earl Chaffin left sunday evening for Chicago where he will attend the Auto show this w Eek. Miss Anna Carmody of Colo was a week end visitor at the Home of or. And mrs. M. Foley. A h. Gilbertson of Waverly transacted business in this City saturday. L. H. Barker of Des Moines spen. Sunday in Nevada. Mrs. John Horseley of Ocean Side cal., arrived in the City saturday evening to attend the funeral of her son a. D. Ikehorn who died in Kansas last we Eek. She will remain in tile City for some time and visit relatives before returning to her Home. J. Ii plavets continues very ill at his Home suffering from pneumonia following an attack of the flu. U. S. Alderman was up from Des Moines and silent the week end with his family in this City and also looked after his Law business. Saturday night a Ford touring cur belonging to Hans Anderson we a stolen from in front of the Frazier Grain office. Or. Anderson had left ii is car there while he loaded some livestock at. The Northwestern Stock Yards and Wien he had finished the car was gone. He reported the matter at once to the authorities and they Are investigating the matter. Deputy marshal b. B. Child says lie i is a clue to Tho matter. Vernon Smith was bitten sunday by a stray Bull dog and was very badly injured the flesh being Tom off the left fore Arm and some of the ligaments torn Loose. He was taken to a doctor and several stitches were necessary to close the wound the dog had been hanging around for new Gingham see our Beautiful line of new Spring Gingham Friday special s Mack Hose 3 pair for $1.00 children s heavy close rib Hose per pair 40c new voiles now in watch for tomorrows and Shipley Black co. Trade where you do the Best ont 3 for 35c sumo time apparently without an Oner and after the Accident Tho Marshall received orders to shoot it. Or. And mrs. Robert my Caw and son of Council dings visited sunday at Tho Home of or. And mrs. E. C. Button in this City. Miss Jessie Bigelow spent sunday with her parents in Marshalltown. Mrs la. J. Laurens and mis Fern fraud of Ogden spent saturday in this City with friends. Mrs. Margaret Willis of Marshalltown is visiting in this City at the Home of her daughter mrs. Claude Plummer. Miss Leota and Lawrence Jackson came up from Belle Plaine saturday for a visit with friends in this City. Lawrence returned Home sunday hut Bliss Leota will remain for some time. Wayne Taylor left tuesday for his Home in Lexington 111., after a visit of a couple of weeks at the Frank Rien Home in this City. Mrs Flora v. Dorcas spent sunday in Marshalltown on Church business. Or. And mrs. Whitlock went to Chicago sunday and will spend the week attending the Auto show. Or. And mrs Harry Belcher and son Henry and or. And mrs. Ivan Belcher spent sunday in Gilbert at the Home of or. And mrs. Harve Crawford. Eddie Harrel has returned Home having received his discharge from Hie army. Its. Clyde Roe has been quite ill for the past few Days. Misses Esther Larson and Kila Bronw of Cedar Falls Are in the City guests at the Home of or. And mrs. A w. Larson. Or. And mrs. John Gamble and mrs. Mary Sherman of Maxwell spent sunday in this City at the Home of or. And mrs. A l. Tipton. Or. And mrs. Clifford Gilreath of Ontario did some shopping with merchants in this City monday. Mrs. Milton Miner who has been at the sanitarium for some time underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday and is making satisfactory improvement. Her sister. Mrs Cora Mcconnell of Marshalltown was up and spent and couple a i lays with her. Or. And mrs. Lew Van Horn and John Pool of Rodman were in the City sunday to attend the funeral of the late a. D. Ikehorn. Hobart Newton of Anita spent the week end in this City at the a ome of his brother Glen Newton and wife both Brothers have recently been discharged from the service. Buy a Selden its All truck. T a How floating dust causes fire. Spontaneous combustion is caused so the chemists Tell us by floating particles of Coal dust or other inflammable material jostling and clashing against one another until the friction they set up raises their temperature to the ignition Point. If this explanation is Correct it would appear As if such fires could be prevented by perfect ventilation. Such however is not the Cane for ventilation May actually help to bring about fire by spontaneous combustion. Air facilitates oxidation really fanning the warm dust into a Blaze. Keep air Damp and quiet to avoid science monthly. Buy a Selden. Ifs All truck. Japanese Rice cultivation. Twelve thousand Square miles�?7,-680,000 acres constitute Tho Hee land of Japan which feeds a nation of about 50,000,008 people on an average of a Pound a Day for each person. It takes 135 Days to grow a crop of Rice and i Japan the laborious work of cultivation is done almost entirely by hand. Buy a Selden. Ifs of. Truck to in Stab today a by Hook or Crooks is a Gay offering. It is a Happy hearted drama. It is a Light some toothsome delicious morsel of entertainment built to drive Dull care away and make you glad that you Are alive it is a real treat to see a Arlyle Blackwell and Evelyn Greeley in a by Hook or ii is a world picture. This is Hie sort of a picture that everyone wants to see these Days. It Lias youth and life and refreshing comedy to this is added splendid i acting Superb Scenic effects and generally Classy atmosphere All going to the making of a memorable Good feature photoplay. Both or. Blackwell and miss Greeley who number their friends and admirers by the hundreds of thousands have roles particularly those shoe Bius or. John held merchant of Salt Lake City keeps an exact record of the shoes he wears. He writes a two pairs of Neola soles have worn for me 19 months and i am on my feet ninety per cent of the this is not an extraordinary example of the Money saving service that people get from Neelin soles. It is typical of the experience millions Are having. These soles do Wear a very Long time and so help you keep shoe Bills Down. They Are scientifically made so they must Wear. Get Neolin Soled shoes at almost any Good shoe store. Get them for your whole family in the styles you prefer. And have these Cost saving soles put on your worn shoes. They Are very comfortable and Waterproof As Well As durable. They Are made by the Goodyear tire amp rubber company. Akron Ohio who also make win foot heels guaranteed to outwear any other heels. Of Edlin soles Kab. U. S. Cat. Us stilted to them in this picture. Or. Blackwell is seen in Tho role of Young Man who has been brought by his Mother to be a useless idler. Miss Greeley is s in in the role of a Young woman who is aggressively anxious to help her Mother out of a business predicament into which Lier trusting nature got Lier. A rho girl enlists the Young Many a services and he turns burglar to help jigs girl out. There Are a tremendous lot of comedy surprises in this attraction and blvd picture is the sort you will thoroughly enjoy and will Long remember. A t see it today at the twin Star . Princess tomorrow Isnit that a typical Ray title a string Beans a and it is also quite appropriate for the a ports of a sharper to swindle a Gullible lot of banners with a fake Cannery project for Beans is the basis of the Story which will be seen at the Princess tomorrow. It is a Thomas h. J Nee picture released by Paramount. These facts coupled with the declaration that Charles Ray is to Star and that West Little Jane Novak is his leading woman ought to attract record crowd i. There is a Fine East and the Story is one of those real country town dramas with lots of humor and human interest and a great character rid for Charles Ray. The efforts of a swindler to get the Confidence and Coin of the Gullible natives of a Small town on a string bean Cannery project form Tho basis of the plot. The Story is Sal d to a highly amusing full of Allan nature and containing a pretty in a Nee. Or. Ray a a Young hand with a literary turn Goon to the local newspapers of a country town and asks for a Job which he gets. The proprietor a typical country editor. Is fighting a scheme advanced by a Crook to found a a bean Annerva and the mayor is in favor of it. A big mass rnieotin.? is Beld and the editor is to contest the movement but Falls ill at the 1a�st moment. Ray takes his place hut gets. Stuck in the speech and escapes in consternation. Later he presents Tho sharper from robbing the mayor gains the love of the Latte re a daughter and distinguishes himself. The natives Are saved and the swindler is caught with the Odd Fellows Temple done to trifle with a fool it i a it s Daniger jus. You can to afford a frisk influenza. Keep Pic Ayaja hand a Box of Cascara nine. Standard old Max Trifar pm Yuri la to form Safe Aura no it mtg for Alan Apt hid to 24 hour a Rad love vip ill s Day. A Way Back if Hub the Gumtum boat it aah pad top with Lar. Rui a picture. At All drag Moran. Ames Lodge no 800 meets every tuesday night conferring of degree tuesday february 4th. Myittie Encampment of meets Friday evening. February 7th. Election of officers and other important business. A Encampment members out. Mariam Rebekah Lodge 108 pots 2nd and 4th Friday night a of Aeh Rebekah degree staff meets for Drill tonight. Thursday. Canton Ames 4s meets 2nd and 4th monday night of the month. Iowa grand Long it it meets in Ames october 1919 a clean up Sale of Odds and ends a the fair i Swarner and Kabo live Model corsets at a saving of 30 to 40%. Not All sizes in each Model but All sizes in the lot so you Are sure to find something that you want in the assortment. 85c corsets Are marked Down to.49c $1.50 corsets for.98c $2.50 corsets go at.$1.48 $3.00 corsets go at .$1.98 $3.50 corsets go at.$2.38 $4.00 corsets go at.$2.48 $5.00 corsets go at.$3.38 $6.00 corsets go at. $3.68 50c Brassica at.33c 65c brassiere at.38c $1.00 brassiere at.69c $1.50 brassiere at. 98c $2.50 and $2.75 Percale House dresses Long sleeve in Grey and indigo at.$1.98 $5.00 red middies at.$3.48 1000 Yards 30c and 35c Outing flannels Choice styles in Light and darks at.21c remember goods and Are offered at a saving of 30 to 40%. A the fair it Quot a about 150 Yards curtain nets and drapery remnants at about a one half Price

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