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Ames Times (Newspaper) - April 5, 1900, Ames, Iowa We a Vino is easy to sell goods it you have the right kind. Now a Days people want die right Needham piano is the right kind because it is tine Cine c it of perfection to life finest roiled instrument i Iti the Wortis factory , m tis ical o in c i of acct Irpeel this piano has satisfied a critical purchasing Public since 1846�? rom Jas. K. Polk to we. Mckinley one unbroken record of Success. It will satisfy you. These pianos Are warranted by a binding guarantee signed by a firm that represents nearly three millions of dollars. The Hon. Garrett a. Hobart late vice president of the United states was one of the members of the firm. He had Confidence in the firm and its goods. So have we. So will you if you examine the Needham piano. We want to sell ten pianos this month and will make a special Price to Cash buyers. Come in and get our prices. A word to the Wise Etc. Yours for business pianos org Arih i i Irieta Ruments machines Etc. Instruments and sewing machines sold on monthly payments. I grand opening Friday and saturday j mar. 30 and 31, at largest and nost coh Flete line of millinery in Ames the Emporium lowest prices new Spring and summer Stock now ready for inspection. Dressy designs in ready to Wear hah. Most stylish goods. I. So l. Hamilton f i proposals for enlarging the High school building. Haines s. Pianos new York notice is hereby Given that proposals for Ali. �?�k---1 the repair and enlargement of Hie High be Hoot building of the Independent school District of Ames in Story county Iowa will be received by the undersigned at i office in ame Iowa. Until two o clock p. In. May 4th. Iwo at which time the contract will tie awarded to the Low factory founded in i8s eel responsible bidder. The Board reserves Hie right to reject any and All bids. The plans Aud specify nations will be on tile and May tie seen at my office in Ames. Iowa the Haines Bros., like Al Standard pianos is made every part of a to their own factory. Each part it carefully prepared with a constant regard for the finished instrument for which they Are responsible. Cheap pianos Are made by special separate factories the Case by one company the action by another and sounding Board by still another who care nothing for the finished instrument for which they Are not responsible. These separate parts Are a a assembled and United in the finished instrument by the houses that sell this difference in methods shows itself in the Superior excellence of tone and finish and especially in the Cheater disability of Standard pianos. Even if the cheap instrument at first should sound nearly As Well us the Standard in a few years it becomes a rattle trap while a Haines Bros. Will remain As Good As Ever and improve n tone with age. Buy a cheap piano and you will regret it for years buy a Haines Bros and you will have a thing of Beauty and a Joy forever a it May Cost More at brat but it will prove cheaper in the end besides being a continued satisfaction. Haines Bros pianos have Benn owned by parties in Ames j8 mrs m m Cavnor for c4 years mrs. W. M Greeley for l. Years. Mrs. S. G. Hilton for Iff years mrs. J Vav. Weeks for to years. Mrs l g. Hardin. In f Jones and z k Graves have each recently purchased one of these Superb instrument. Consult me before buying calf on me for tuning and repairing of ail kinds of musical instruments. May also be seen at the office of a the archaic let Frank Eidlar in Ottumwa Iowa All bids must be accompanied by a certified Check for fax. Of payable to lieu head president of the Board of said District which Check shall be forfeited to the District in Case the proposal of such contractor is accepted and in then fails to within five Days to furnish satisfactory Bond to guarantee his faithful performance of contract. Work May begin after june 1st, Lyon and contract must be completed by August Aith i Hou c. G lab Secretary. Ames Iowa april 4th, 1900. In v. Emmett Compton state representative Ames Iowa. Notice for bids on school House and site. Notice is hereby Given that the Board of directors of the i a Dejml Dent school District of Ames Iowa offer for Sale the North half of lots one and two and lot three in Block ten of the original town of Ames Iowa. Otherwise know n a the Church school property. That bids for the lots in lading the school building and for the Iota alone and for the building alone will be received i a the undersigned at w St Public this space will be used by a Hauser the new hardware Man in the future making special announcements. Too Busy now checking up new goods but will spare the time and take pleasure in making your acquaintance if you will Call at the old stand. Notice this space it will pay you. Sincerely. T. W. Houser. Successor to w. La. Thurston. After april 90tb. 1900 after that Date a copy. It Nice bar pro this Rob ins mice in Aniwa Iowa until two of clock in. May 4th. 1900, at which time the it ame be considered by the Board. The Board re serves the right to reject any and All bids Quot to a a a a a the conditions under w hich said property will be sold and conveyed will be specified in writing and on file with the Secretary after april my. 1900 in. G. Lek Secretary. Ames Iowa. April 4th, 1900. Notice to contractors. Notice is hereby Given that proposals for furnishing a heating Plant for the High school building of the Independent District of Ames Iowa will be received by the undersigned at his office in Ames. Iowa until two o clock p in. May 4th, loot at which Lime the contract will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder. The Board reserves t he right to reject and Aud All bids the plans and specifications for repairing and enlarging building will be on file Aud May be seen at the office of the undersigned in Ames Iowa after april auth iwo All bids must be accompanied by a certified Check for 1100.00 payable to Hen read presi Dent of the Imi Arif of said District which Check shall in a i proposal Board ail shall i get forfeited to the District in Case the proposal of such contractor is accepted by the Hoard and he fails for Tive Days thereafter to furnish a satisfactory Bond for his faithful performance of the contract. Cd lab Secretary Ames Iowa april 4th, 1900 real estate Loans. If you have a loan on your place that can be paid of any interest pay Day see us let us take it up Aud reduce your rate and also get you a loan on which you can pay any amount on any Day you choose. We charge you no commission on such a loan. Story county Bank. Land. Land. J. C. Myers of Liscomb la., writes that he bought land in Wells county North Dakota two years ago for is per acre and is now offered Sio and pay for improvements but adds a i would not take it As i think it will soon be Worth j can sell you As Good land As this a Little further from Railroad for less than $5. Come and see me about it. A. Richmond. Pillsbury Best a b. Roofer amp co. Sell it. Prof. Curtiss attended the Edmonds Stock Sale at Webster City tuesday. A French class has been organized among about a dozen of the assistants. Mrs. Deming of Des Moines visited hereon Charles Aud the Beard Shear Fatu Ity this week. Prof w. Ii. Matlock of Drake University Wilt speak in Chapel next sunday at the usual hour. Miss Beulah Bingham had Hie misfortune to Beverly Burn her right hand while amp Twork in chemical Laboratory last week. Misses Lorena Webber of Renwick and Sadie Hook of led Icli both of a of have been visiting old friends and the i. S. C. This week. Miss Zoua Brink of Cedar rapids commenced work monday As stenographer in the horticultural and animal husbandry department. Miss Barrows daughter of prof. Rows of Columbus Ohio former Cessor of English literature at College is the guest of miss Maria efts. It is rumoured that there will be two rival Golf clubs on tits Campus this summer. The air will be full of Tho a Hoot Mon dialect guff gaiters and Golf this season. The horticultural department is Busy shipping out Experiment Stock to the Branch stations throughout the state from new varieties collected through the Winter. Mrs. Metcalf Mother of miss Edith Metcalf died last Friday at her Home in Correctionville. Her daughter was summoned from Chicago where she had been staying this Winter taking music. Or. Aud mrs of a Sirrine of Jamaica Long Island report the acquisition of a daughter to the family Circle last month. Or. Sirrine was assistant entomologist at til College and is entomologist at the station at Jamaica. Miss Gertrude Harlan of gets Moines succeeds miss Lone Saylor in the presidents Ollie. She is an expert stenographer Aud a Bright Young woman who will in a very Short time fill this exact lug office with credit to herself and her employer. The Short Story club will hold a social session Friday evening in Welch Ball the meeting being in charge of miss Allis. Or. King and miss Larrabee. This is a club composed of the assistants who meet for Mutual improvement and entertainment. Hon. A. V. Stout of Parkersburg. Died last week. Ile was the father of or. J. J. Atkinson and a retiring member of the Board of trustees this Spring his health had been poor tor a number of non Tbs. Or. Stout was a Man of Public spirit and had been prominent affairs in Bis Section of the state was a valued Friend of the i. S. C. Its interests. Miss Loots Saylor severed her con Necton As private Secretary to or. Beardshear this week after nine years of faithful labor in the presidents Ollice Lier cheerful presence and accommodating manner will be greatly missed by those who have been so used to seeing her in that capacity. She ceases Active labor for a while in order to take a much needed rest and will not engage in any work for a time. Henry Watterson of Louisville Kentucky spoke on Abraham Lincoln in the second number of the lecture course in College Chapel Friday night. The speaker talked from the stand Point of a contemporary and though As a member of a different political party it was a Fine appreciation of the martyred president. Beginning with his Humble origin and taking him to the presidential chair and from thence to the tragedy which ended his earthly ext stance. Under or. Watterson master touch the subject of his speech grew in inter est and importance. It was a Floe appreciation of a Broad and unshackled mind to Tho greatest american of our times. Or. John j. Vernon for the past two years instructor and assistant in the department of horticulture has received notice. F his election to the chair of horticulture and agriculture to the new Mexico College of agriculture and Mechanic arts Mesilla Park n. M or. Vernon will also have charge of the work in the Experiment station. The appointment takes effect As Oon As or. Vernon can relinquish his duties at the i. S. C. Ii will probably take up work in the new ii about the end of the College year. The number of i. S. C. Graduates ailing important positions in other institutions of a like character is rapidly increasing. Representatives of Hie King Bridge co., of Toledo Ohio were at Ames this week issuing subpoenas to witnesses in a suit brought against Stephen Purcell contractor of Des Moines who had the contract for the building of the big water tank on the College grounds which gives the institution its water Supply. Purcell failed to Funoll the term1 Ltd of his contract and the King Bridge cd. Had to finish the work and Are seeking an adjustment of their difficulties. I he Odd Fellows buy. The Odd Fellows Lodge of this City buys the Ives property. Means another big improvement for main Street. And and the Art exhibit. The most artistic collection of pictures that a Ever been made in Story county is now to be seen at the congregational Church in this atty and it is a matter of Surprise even to those in whose hands the exhibit is that such a collection could he made the Brief time in who a the work has been done. The exhibit has As a nucleus the collection sent out by the Art education co., of Chicago which is far surpassed in extent by the additions by local parties. Besides the pictures there is a department of fancy work in which Are Beautiful pee omens of embroidery fifty or More years old and a Fine display of modern work. Or. Or. Repp contributes a flue collection of foreign curios and there Are Many articles of interest loaned by the Tilden and Mclain famine. Miss Etta Budd is Well represented among local artists and mrs. Greeley has some of Ber Best pictures there. Mrs. Summers has loaned a Large collection of reproductions of old masterpieces. Miss Ida proper,.of Des Moines and or Cummings of the Des Moines Art school have each a number of Oil painting. Or. Robert Allen has a Bible one Hundred and fifty year old and there Are various other books and papers of almost equal age. Among curios from the pm ii plane Are interesting articles loaned by the Lincoln family Joe Grove and Willis Mclain the entire North end of the Church is Lilied to repletion with Beautiful curious and interesting objects. Mrs. Summers will speak briefly at 4 p. In. Today on modern picture galleries and Rev. Douglass this evening on the evolution of Arch lecture. As an unusual privilege the services of prof. Cummings have been secured for a Short talk on Art for arts Sake tomorrow evening. This will afford an Opportunity to hear the Best authority on Art in Iowa for the Small sum of ten cents. The Price of admission at All times is Only a dime and you Are cordially invited to attend. You can not afford to miss it. The follow ing list of ladies have been asked to As Sist in showing the collection to visitors mesdames Weems Summers Marston Curtiss Stanton s. S. Smith Bradley l. C. Tilde Lydia Tilden c. C. Smth Greeley Budd Wilson Goble Hutch Ison Pride Fowler loud Repp Judith Culbertson Hardin Templeton Letts Harriman and Sanborn. Begot Allons which have been pending for some Tim were finally consummated this w. Cd and for a consideration of s1750 the Ames Lodge of Odd fellow have become a tie possessors of the Ive building and lot on main Street. The times is informed that the old wooden building will be removed and that Billy Hulett will join with the Odd Fellows in a modern up to Date double store building with a magnificent Home above for the Lodge. This will remove the last vestige of wooden business buildings on tills Side of Tho Street in the Block and will be a great improvement what Billy intends to do with old tammany Hall we have not been informed but by All mean it should be preserved intact As marking the place in which More polities Aud general topics of the times a been talked Over than any other place in the City. Council proceedings. Council met in regular session at the electric Light Plant with the following members present Thompson mayor Hale Rogers Chamberlain Morris Landing Bower Bissau councilmen. All Bills approved by the finance committee were ordered paid also the salaries of the City marshal councilmen clerks Aud judges of election and the other expenses Ltd of election. The reports of treasurer Needham Aud superintendent Kyle were referred to the a finance and electric Light committee respectively oath of office was administered to the newly elected councilmen Morris Lancing Brownlie and Cavel by mayor Thompson. The committee appointed to Confer with the Railroad committee War granted an Extension of time. Cal. Giddings was elected City clerk Hale was elected Street commissioner and Geo. Metier so son were elected City plumbers for the ensuing year. Bon i of mayor Thompson and trea s surer Needham w r read and approved and filed with Eity clerk. Petitions of c. W. Hunter and c. G. Lee for sidewalks were read my City attorney was ordered to draw resolutions for the same. The following committees were appointed finance t h mile lain Bower and Cavel. Street and Ailey chamber lain Bower Brownlie. Waterworks l in hog Morris Bower. Electric Light Bissell Chamberlain Rogers. Ii sidewalk Morris Banning Brown lie. Par amp so Brownlie Cavel Lanning. It Mark bite cure of Rhth Matitz. Kenna Jackson co., w. A about three years ago my wife had an attack of rheumatism which confined her to a r bed for Over a month and rendered her unable to walk without assistance her Lions being swollen to double their Normal size. Or. 8. Mad Dox insisted on my using chamberlains pain Balm. I purchased a fifty cent bottle and used it according to direct ions and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assistance in any manner and she has not had a similar attack . B. Parsons. For Sale by druggists. We do our own tin work and can make you Bottom Price on roofing and spouting Swank a White. We w ill move on the 15th of the present month to our new location in the m. K. Smith building Aud will open up with an entire new Stock of goods. E. L. Taylor new dealer. C. W. Dudgeon 49-2p jeweler. White for paint and use Swank so builders hardware. Potatoes for Sale. I will sell 400 bushels of Early Ohio potatoes in any Quantity for Twenty five cents a Bushel at my place or will deliver them within six Miles of my plact in Wagon lord lots. W. P. George it Kelley Iowa. Our Stock of hardware and paints do Mph the and prices Low. Swank a White. To

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