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Ames Thursday Times (Newspaper) - March 27, 1919, Ames, Iowa
J March 27, 1919 Ames evening timer Page three w a 4 Ltd it a its it a a it a it tug triffids in Stanhope timidly Tock s i w. Brown of Minneapolis or a is a it it i a a a a a a a Rived in the City this evening where Lewis spent the Day via he will spend the week end visiting it you have i Safe in your Home if you have your Bonds and other pay pcs Are perhaps protected from tire. How about burglars our Safe Deposit boxes protect Sou from loss both by fire or burglary. The annual charge is Small from $1.00 to $4.00 per year according to size. Min you afford to he without the Protection to sat nothing of the convenience Story count Trasi s savings Bank go or a Quot Jav Quot a re a a pro la . Go let amp of tip it Iii a Reen f t Story if intrigue no mystery y George Barr Mccutcheon deeply absorbed in the thrilling details of the plot entirely oblivious to All his surroundings Lis Reader is following the developments of in of the Best mystery stories yet penned by Tat Star of fiction writers George Barr to Cutcheon. You will be equally interested in the it a serial we take pleasure in. Announcing. Reen fancy a strange hidden House on the american Bor in of Canada. In arum around it Royal Personas third rate actors a new York Man of the Grarld a Beautiful woman an irishman of for Une an International Crook All play their parts i an exciting drama of european intrigue. It a Story of Many dramatic incidents exciting situations and touches of splendid humor. Our i miss a big treat if you to read our new serial at the Homo of is daughter mrs g. A fairly. Mrs. Marilla meld in of Boone. Who Cane to the City yesterday to attend the funeral of Isaac peking returned to her Home this morning. Dick de Long of spirit Lake came to tie City tuesday called Hora by the1 death of his father Isaac de Long John flak superintendent of Tho buildings and grounds at Iowa City who has been in the City on the Campus for the past few Days left this morning for Omaha. Mrs. J. L. Harper went to de Moines today where she split the Day visiting at the Home of her sister. Floyd Mcgregor leaves tonight for la Fayette Indiana where he will a Cereal investigator at to Experiment station at Purdue unites v. Mrs. May con fare left today for Nevada where she will spend Tim w Eek end visiting at Hie Home of her sister mrs w. W. Finney. Miss Mollie Anderson of Nevada spent the Day in this City shopping. Miss Dorothy Proctor who a been lending the past few Days Vissing at the Home of miss ii i Nama Hoke in Des Moines return i today. A dutch of Kim of Nevada spoof the Day a re on business. k Eldridge has accepted a Posi Tilott in Amerilla Texas with the j be in Creamery company. Or. L. C. Tallman moored to Gilbert today to attend the la Kim club Mem Jug which was held at the Horn a f mrs. Robert Lark. Carl Ferguson who has been As i St ant in serum production at Low i i state College for the1 past a 1 Yanc j left today fur fort Worth Texas. Here he has accepted a similar position. Or c. J Ell Don of Neva la who h is been in the City visiting at the i Home of her daughter mrs Myra quell for the past few Days a 111 re a Arn to her Home tomorrow. Mrs of s. Light of Dairy Vilie is n i he City visiting friends for a few Days. Me Butine Thompson of Nevada spent the Day today in the City shopping. Ii. E Morrow who is a M c. A Secretary at Camp Dodge spent i few Days in the City on bus new i and returned to in Moines today j Justin Mccarthy left tuesday for Cut it unit ii Bluffs where he has a opted a position w Ith the Highway com-1 Mission. Mrs k la pain w ill go to Nevada j tomorrow a ii r she will spend a few i Days visiting at t to borne of her to Bwy so t her Mise Ethel Beatty of furl Dodge i w ill arrive in t he c Ity tomorrow and will it Nephi the week end at the Home of miss Genevieve Graves Zeta Best bookkeeper in the Union National Bank is ill Ai her i Home w the a severe cold. M i Albe Clum of Nevada t e at Hgt i a a Man in in today. I j q Wickham spent die Day in j i Nev and a. I j it to of t Lav for a has Hoti. Where he a ill spend a few Day Ion business. J Arthur and son. Ira who have been it Canada for the past i transacting by in turned to Lim City Tod a Air. Bert Clark and daughters j la urine and Luis of Slater spent the a May hero shopping. By no Griffith. Who is attend my the Rush medical school at Chicago a is in the City visiting relatives for a 5& it v Day and win return i his col legs work monday. George Judice h spent the Day Ini Nevada on business. I mrs Frank Ketchum who have been visiting at Hartsburg mo., i for the past two wrecks will return j s i Home of their brother Howard at state Center for the past week returned to their Home in the City last night. K. B. Clark son of or. And mrs. I. J. Clark who has been stationed for the past year at Charlestown g <�?T., will arrive in the City this Geek end. Marion George of Washington who has been in the City visiting at the Home of his Uncle w. P. George returned to his Home tuesday. Mrs. E. It. Moore and children Roy and Paul who have been visiting at the Home of the former a sister. Mrs. C. W. Oak in at Webster City returned to the City monday. Judge j. Of Stevens and daughter mrs. P. E. Damon of Boone spent the Day in the City visiting. Mise Grace Zumwalt mrs. Elmer of the above entitled court at Nevada Iowa. Tilt1 petition of the above named plaintiff demanding of you the sum of one thousand dollars $1,000.00 with interest thereon at seven per cent from the 80th Day of october 1017, As justly due upon your promissory note Given to this plaintiff under Date of october 30, 1010 and the further sum of two and 80-100 dollars it $2.80 for expense in procuring abstract together with costs including reasonable attorney fees upon said note and asking the foreclosure of the real estate mortgage upon lot Twenty 20 in Bleck three 3 in Chautauqua Park addition to Ames Iowa executed and delivered by you to the said plaintiff to secure the payment of the said note. For full particulars you Are referred to said petition on file a aforesaid and you and Ai he of you Are hereby further notified that unless you appear and defend thereto on or before noon of the second Day of the mid or. If hem Ness at this place h Delight no matter mrs. Frank Sheffield of Graettinger is visiting relatives and friends Here. Mrs. Caroline will to Amel daughter mass Anna looked after a business Lur to offsets in Chicago Tho fore part of Tho week. The nature Princess today fatty Arbuckle is nothing of not of the comedy in which he appears fit his new country town comedy love which is being shown at tile Princess theatre to treats his admirers with so Many surprises that All wonder How he does them. His work with an old fashioned bicycle As he fides with his dog is excruciating in funny and the complications follow dig his unexpected marriage Are exit a tellingly humorous. Coffin mrs. Kathryn Gray and miss i april. 191, Tern. Of said to be. Begun and Holden at th1 court House Ada Hedrick spent the Day Imlay in at Nevada Iowa. On the 28th Day of Gilbert at the Home of mrs. Robert april. Imo default will be entered Clark who entertained the lest in against you Aud judgment and decree rendered thereon As prayed. Club today. Be Garfield St Coyle a a a a Quot it attorneys for plaintiff original notice March 27 april m0-17 in the District court of Iowa. In Ani for Story co. J j Grove plaintiff is. L. C. Godson and Faith Dodson. Defendants. To l. C. Dodson and Faith Dodson. Defendants you and each of you Are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the clerk aaa a a a a a a a a Story City aaa a a a a a Mildred Dewiess who is teaching Al Basie Grove spent die fore part i of the week with her parents or. �T�41 his a a a till imm ii i Mai i 11 Mem a Mumm Amft potatoes we have Choice potatoes in two varieties Early Ohio at $1.50 by. Early six weeks at $2.00 by. Also All kinds of Garden seeds. These seeds Are fully tested and priced right. Nowlin amp Ham phone red 2g5 i to main St. Sale of new work gloves Friday and saturday menus All i Lorsic i Lide Plant let doves with leather cuff Worth $2.00, Friday and saturday special .$1.15 menus extra heavy horse i Lide gauntlets Worth $3.50, f riday and saturday special a. $1.75 these gloves Are fire and water proof and Are extra soft pliable and Good fitting. Buy them for your Spring work. T menus pure w orsted suits in Blue and Grey. They Are great bargains at $35.00. Friday and saturday special.�$26.50 All new Spring models the Tilden store i Public Sale i a i Quot a ii j pit by ii Mcm. A Smi Day b ginning at 2 p. In. I half Block West of Sheldon Muna hotel it j i lumber Wagon triple Box and Spring sout i Avery Corn 1 planter with so rods of wire i Cering Mower i Hay Rake 2 it cultivators 2 buggies i Corn Sheller i single harness i two it Section drag 5 Good horse collars i sixteen Inch walking plow j and numerous other articles. W. P. Kintzley pos Gate amp Joy. Am to on Eon. %444444444444444444444444444444444m44mm4m44444m or. Ant a .v.v. V. The City tomorrow mrs Robert j. Godfrey of Osage i in the City visiting a the Home of j a r daughter mrs. E. I. Angel. Mrs Lila Wygle Pfautz arum caught re Margaret Ami Louise who lava bet ii pm Sis at the Home of mrs i Faut a a Mother for the past few weeks will leave tuesday for Syra i use n y., w Here they will join or. A a att. Robert Clark son of or. And mrs. M j Clark who recently returned from Belgium is now at Camp i kid a and will receive his honorable discharge tomorrow. Robert has Bena in France Aud want in Belgium die Day the armistice was signed he will arrive in the City tomorrow evening. Mrs Arthur Buck received a letter from list. Arthur Buck who is in th1 army of occupation a Over there in which he stated that he was just eight Miles from met. Mrs. Irving Emery who spent the Day tuesday visiting at the Home of her aunt mrs. W. L. Mcneil returned to Lier Home in Cedar rapids yesterday. Prof. Ai Mort a Asea and daughter m tie spent the Day today in Des Moines visiting friends. Misses Olive and Gertrude Sunder in who have been visiting at the imm1 we have a special Yuan to see that you get prompt service when you Call to pay taxes. We make no charge for this service. Please Call Early and avoid the Rush of March 31st. Union National Bank
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