Ames Thursday Times in Ames, Iowa
27 Mar 1919

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Ames Thursday Times in Ames, Iowa
27 Mar 1919

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Ames Thursday Times (Newspaper) - March 27, 1919, Ames, Iowa T huh Day March 2 we handle All kinds of poultry feeds a rack c Oral Corn meal hot rat cd. Laying Mash Plato Hford a milk Mash Chick starter rolled Oats Oyster and Clam shells Mich grit charcoal. Editor and manager associate editor j g Tilden ii f. Rogers Corn Oats. Hay and Straw bran middling of meal Tan huge Alfalfa meal. New shipment of Tea table flour strictly first class and guaranteed. Also Graham flour. Choice red River Early Ohio seed potatoes per by. $1.00 few eating potatoes per by. A. $1.25 feed grinding any time Green f Ancy Ames Market House whet and we sri is it watch i or and Reed our to a serial. \1�?T Hun Sali of Al Tomori Les fhe of am ou4�?Tftg�?w i the the e jj$�dw0r i have on hand the following cars which i plan to Ell to tiny highest bidders Oil sat inlay april 12. Some of these May he sold be fur then at private ale otherwise they Wail lie auctioned off april 12. I Hup Mobile roadster modal h. 7 Hup Mobile touting Model n. I Ca e touring 1917, i stud Baker s a 7 passenger touring car 1917 i Ford touring. I Ford roadster 1 Ford Light truck2 Chevrolet roadsters 1917 i Chevrolet Sedan new 1918. T Chevrolet baby grand Ipi i Mux Well touring 1916. I Slutt racer 1919. I Buick delivery car practically new 1918. I Saxon six 1917 these cars will be in Good cond t Ion. To amp t 28 5-21 c. M. Proctor. The soil. Then too it will lower a f a a Iris a the Cost of harvest.l1t i Tsuli ing the Cora crop nearly $5.00 per Huiju t511 a Rife acre and the feed ing of silage saves Exi life j Cox ajl labor and this one f a 1 i Fiji i Xii. I it u an Nuar a we ref feature alone a a a mess Means an increase a a a j in net profits. A a it. I. J. Ferguson Ames Iowa % to will be glad to talk with you a y Day and explain the features of construction of the to tile silo How ii is built to last a lifetime Rem Lutted with steel rods encircling the silo at every course and e a bedded in Cement Bow the All steel door Frame the curious ladder huge door and the King q Gambrel roof make the Trine the world s greatest tile silo. Our Liberal Selling plan makes it possible for even Farmer to own a silo. There is no longer any excuse for a Farmer not to Ourn a silo. The predictions Are that before the Winter is Over butter fat will reach the Dollar Mark beef is already Selling jux past tremendous primers in fact it it All farm products arc Selling i \ it-�1 at 1c not a 01 a silo erected this season will pay Jyh in rat for of in one year. It will increase the Stock earning n la Cape it it Rye or 1 it pm 2s<0� Quot do a Ato without increasing the acre Page in Cora. The increased Herd of live j Foj a Stock will produce the cheaply Judin jest and most effective Fermi Ivy 11 Lizer that you can place upon Ranson those wishing to list their proper a to assess for ran do so by tailing at my Ollie saturday. M. Hoper City Asa or. 286 ii g. Ii. Tennant company Minneapolis Minn. 929 sixth aves. E rink of m at armory it it re a it nights 286-1 be your profits for lasting improve ments. Big 9 cent Sale at the fair saturday March 29, Only ook at the Price of hogs Aud beef today on to wait build while you can get your own Price. Green fancy a remarkable Story of an int Matron Al conspiracy by George Barr Mccutcheon. Done to Tail to read it. Ext year conditions May be greatly changed. He thing is very evident building ill not be cheaper. Our be it Means a big Savini read every item s. Hanson lumber co. Phone to kit i be soap. Palm Olive soap. Jap Rose soap. Colgate a dental Cream. 2 boxes hic Cabinet hair pins. 3 boxes Bone i Lair pins. 3 bundles wire i Lair pin. 3 cards safety pins. 3 cards Pearl buttons. 5 spools darning Colton. 2 spools Corticelli silk thread. Men s 15c initial handkerchiefs menus i so work socks. Skinners Spaghetti. Opal mince meat. 13c package. Bananas per Pound. I lard w Atef Bastile soap. All package spices. Onion sets per quart. 20c bleached towering 5 cd. Limit dark sgt. N. I. Mercerized Crochet Ait ton. Betsy Ross mercerized Crochet Cotton. Air float Talcum powder. Colgate s 15c Talcum powder. Children a i lose supporters. Will of Wisp hair nets. Slip on veils de Long a snap partners. Ladies 15c handkerchiefs. Sticker braid. Rick rack. Bias tape. I inherit ribbon Bolt. Army and Nav thread outfit. Patent l in shoe laces All colors. Shoe paste All colors. Dusi laps. M sonic Temple Cor. Douglas Avo. And 51 ii St Chas. M. Miller manager Arcadia Lodge i 219 a. I. Amp a. M. Stated Meed ing first thursday evening of each month. Sojourning in Myers of the Craft cordially invited to attend he opening of this Spring Ste non we web to extend a Gurdial invitation to everybody to Call on us to be the display of Spring footwear that hag Ever been exhibit a Rue Joshi a Rapter no. I stated convocations second Friday evening of Ca h month. All Royal Arch masons cordially invited. Multi not commence to describe the Many new shoos a ii ave for men women boys Iii Ai us people and so we Are asking you today to Giral no. 5 it. It k. No stated a. Semplice 3rd monday evening of each month visitors Welcome. Come look .iii1 la n you la know All about Spring shoes we h you Ai ready tor in with a it by Aud Well do Ai in our Power to make your is of both pleasant and profitable May we show you we re Hup that we have a full measure of shoe t Ion in Biorn for you this Spring. While in our store done to fail to visit our ready to Wear department newest things in Coats Dolman suits and dresses at the right prices o. In s. La i r a it la Apter regular meeting Day of each month. St til l ish re e Assembly regular meeting the 1st wednesday evening of each month. Ames Iowa j. Jacobs company Bauge Balm nil a s i ital satisfy 201 main is Joshua t Napier will meet i iodine evening mate. 2h. To Confer the Mark degree

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