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Ames Times (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Ames, Iowa Special Sale dress goods big clearance in this department starts today every piece goes at Quot a Cut Price Quot a Large lot of dress goods�?40c, soc and 60c values. Special per . 25 pieces of Wool dress goods Blacks and colors Plains is a and fancies�?6�>c, 75c and $1 values. To close. Vio pieces of 90c and $1.00 dress goods. For this Sale they go at. One lot of fancy suitings�?$1.40 and $1.50 values for Only 25c Tricot flannels this week we will let them go for Only 68c 98c 15c 15 ladies lined skirts each. $1.48 to Long cloaks each $1.98 20 Winter Jack $1.48 ets each. 18 ladies raincoats each. $1.98 special bargains this week in All departments Tilden Bros. Co. In brate sixtieth wedding i perhaps the most remarkable and imposing Celebration that has been Beld in Story county in the past Twenty live years was the wedding anniversary and eighty eighth birthday Observance of or. And mrs. Ammon Hipsher which was Beld to this City at the Odd Fellows Hall saturday afternoon. The Observance was doubly interesting to the guests As it marked the eighty eighth birthday of or. Hipsher while at the same time the sixtieth wedding anniversary of the Hale old couple which occurred last october was fittingly celebrated. It had previously been planned to celebrate the occasion last october at the time of the wedding anniversary but the festivities were unavoidably postponed until last saturday. Or. Frank Hunter of this City who is also an old Pioneer of this county planned the affair and made the necessary arrangements in regard to the Celebration. Or. Browne a martial band was secured to discourse music and the air was made Light by the strains of music from Fife and drum. About one Hundred and fitly relatives and old time friends of or. And mrs. Hipsher assembled about noon and from the old dinner baskets of Story county a Early settlers poured Forth the festive Fried Chicken Raspberry Jam fruit jell cake pie and Manv other Good things that added to the pleasure of the occasion. The dinner finished the party assembled in the main Hall to talk Over old times and relate thrilling tales of life in Story county in an Early Day. Many and varied were the stories that a to re recalled during the Brief Chat and it was not until mayor Parley Sheldon arose to bus feet that silence fell Over the concourse of old settlers. Or. Sheldon made a Short address in which he congratulated the genial old couple and bespoke for them Many More Long years of happiness and Sunshine. Following this Thomas Hardcastle another old settler made a very entertaining talk referring to Many historical incidents that had Long since been forgotten by those present. Or Hipsher at last took the floor and a smile of Radiant pleasure wreathed his face As he talked of the Early experiences of himself and wife during the settling up and up building of this particular locality. He spoke at some length in regard to his old friends and neighbors and called to mind Many of his Early acquaintances who have Long since crossed the great Divide. It was an enjoyable occasion and one which will Long be remembered by those who attended. Before the close of the merry making a note was handed to or. Hipsher who read it to the company. It was a Brief greeting from Uncle Steve o Brien an old Friend of the hips bears who was too feeble to attend the anniversary. The two old people were then presented with a purse of Twenty five dollars As a Token of love and esteem from their Many friends. A bit of history a few Brief bits of interesting experiences that have taken place in the lives of or. And mrs. Hipsher is Here related Susan Eaglebarger was born in Chester county Pennsylvania on september the Lith 1818, or. Ammon Hipsher was born in Center county Pennsylvania january 26tb, 1819, and went with his parents to Fairfield county Ohio Early the Dext year. For Jan this place they later removed to Marion county of that state. About this time a Eaglebarger family moved to the state of Ohio and Susan Eaglebarger was United in marriage to or. A Ninon Hipsher at Caledonia Ohio october 4th, 1846. In the Early summer of 1855 or. And mrs. Hipsher decided to turn their Heads Westward and in company with a few of their neighbors they started on a journey to seek their Fortune in the West. Theirs was one of the Many Little trains that might have been seen Tny those Days moving slowly across the Plains composed of a few loaded Prairie schooners pulled by teams of oxen. The Little company moved out of the Ohio Valley one morning at Sunrise and forty Days later they pitched their Camp in a new land Story county. That night or. And mrs. Hipsher Robert Hunter win. Larrabee and Noah Lee slept the slept the sleep of one who has just arrived at the end of a Long and tiresome journey. Once inside the Borders of Story county or. Hipsher concluded that it was a Good place to stay. Accordingly he bought a tract of government land from a a a squatters by the name of Bonteen. The land occupied what is now known As the Milt. Templeton farm and was unimproved with the exception of a rude log Cabin with no thinking Between the logs. To give one an idea of the hardships of an Early Day or. Hip Sher tells us that at that time the ground was Frozen and covered with a foot of Snow. With the assistance of some of the men in his party he Toro up the rough floor and in this Way secured Clay which was worked in Between the logs like plaster and made to keep out the cold throughout the Winter. Here they lived until �?T74, when they moved Over to the Soper Mill place. He conducted the grist Mill for some three years and then they moved to Nebraska taking up a Homestead. Here on in More they went through the hardships of the Early settler until in �?T84 they moved to Tama City Iowa where or. Hipsher entered the milling business once again. They came Back to Story county in 1889 where they made their Home for a number of years on the Eaglebarger farm in Milford township while or Hipsher followed the vocation of Book agent for Acme time. In 1896 their Golden wedding anniversary was celebrated at this place and since that time they have made their Home with their children spending the seasons alternately with their daughters in Texas and Colorado. This Winter spent in Ames with their mrs. Sib. Adams. At the present time they Are comfortably located in a suite of rooms on Story Street where they Are enjoying life to the fullest extent. In the Spring or. Hipsher expects to resume his work As a Monument Salesman at which business he has had a great Deal of experience. The Tim is sincerely Hopes that or. And mis. Hipsher May be spared to enjoy the blessings of life for Many Many Long years. They have daughter cured of lung trouble a it is now eleven years since i bad a narrow escape from consumption writes c o. Floyd a leading business Man of Kershaw s. A i had run Down in weight to 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by Day and by night. Finally i began taking or Kings new discovery and continued this for about six months when my cough and lung trouble was entirely gone and i was restored to my Normal weight 170 thousands of per sons Are healed every year. Guaranteed at All druggists. 50c and 81.00. Trial bottle free local miscellany Coni i cd. Flora de Voss co. Remember we will not be undersold j judges bakery. It. Rooms for rent for Light housekeeping close in. Inquire at this office. 39-21 the amen Bowling team is trying to get into shape for the state tournament. It is hardly probable that they will at a tend. The soda Fountain in the old Mcmurl j Leo store was packed up this week and i Wilt probably be shipped away in the course of a few Days. Louis Doggett has accepted a position j As designer in the Tilden Pennant factory Aud goes to work today. Louie is an artist and will make a winning in this work a few of the members of the Story count Stock breeders association met at the Ames savings Bank yesterday Gnu fixed upon april Lith for the combination Sale to to Beld at Nevada. Or. And mrs. Edwin Allen who have lived on the o. D. Allen farm since that gentleman a death will move in about two weeks to a farm in Appa nose co., the o. D. Allen place having been bought by mrs Allen s son in Law or. Will Dodds who will occupy it. Small House for Sale or rent. Mutual phone House for rent March 1st. Inquire at the Novelty store. It seven loaves of the Best bread in the City for 25c at judge s. It. On monday feb. 4th, merely Mary Jane with miss Devoss As Mary Jane. Miss Julia Spangler and miss Della Coe of Ames graduated tuesday evening at Grace m. E. Church in Des Moines from the methodist Hospital training school. A a Hilly film of the tilde tailoring department has moved his Tam Nyo Ames and they Are now comfortably situated in the old Westerman property South of the calms Home. Builds up waste tissue promotes appetite improves digestion induces refreshing sleep gives renewed strength and health. That a what Hollister s Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35 cents. Tea or tablets. L. M. Bosworth. Wednesday of this week l. M. Gibson bought the Jack Watson property in this City. Not to be outdone and to keep real a Tate moving Jack purchased the property owned by win. Swank. Gibson will move As soon As possible and Jack will probably make the change about March first. The City of Ames is liable now not to get the $10,000 which Uncle Geo Templeton in his will intended the town should get for a Home for the aged. The will was not witnessed and judge Lee decided that the estate should Goto his heirs. Judge Lee is out of the City this morning and could not be seen in regard to the decision but it is very Likely this closes the matter. Bishop Olmstead of Colorado visited St Johns Parish on monday taking the place of Bishop Morrison of the Iowa diocese who has gone abroad for his health. Service was held in St. Johon a Church monday evening the Bishop preaching a Strong and inspiring Sermon after which confirmation was conducted a class of five being admitted to the Church. Prof. And mrs. Bissell entertained Bishop Olmstead while he was in the City. Armory one week miss Flora Devoss and her own company. Fifteen of the Young people of the Baptist Church attended the Union gospel meetings being held at Boone Friday evening last. J. R. Munden has been Laid up the past week suffering from a bad foot the result of a Corn narrowly averting blood poisoning. Possesses wonderful medicinal Power Over the human body removing Alt disorders from your system is what Hollister a Rocky Mountain Tea will do. Makes you Well keeps you Well. 35 cents Tea or tablets. L. M. Bosworth or. And mrs. Robert Cairns have received invitations to the graduating exercises of the los Angeles school of osteopathy which occurs thursday feb 7tb, at which time their son Hurd receives his diploma. Burd began his osteopathic work in Desmoines but has been in los Angeles for the past year and a half. The High school boys of the Lith and 12th grades Are conducting a very cred Itable debating club meeting every Friday evening. The meetings Are always attended by some of the High school teachers and some very Good arguments have been put up in the debates. The officers Are president John Gardner vice president Dow Moxley Secretary Paul Williams. The Price of peace the terrible itching and smarting incident to certain skin diseases is almost instantly allay a by applying chamberlains Salve. Price 25 cents. For Sale by Judisch Bros. The introduction of electric Power is certainly going to revolutionize the proposition of Power in Ames. Supt. Lir Baugh of the elected Light Plant piloted the writer around to a couple it motors they have installed since turning on the Day current Here the first of the month and to say the least this kind of Power is certainly a great remedy for the evils attendant upon steam and gasoline Power. It does away with the dirt the smoke and the extra time used in starting Etc. It is certainly an innovation in the matter of Power in Ames. February 4th and week miss Flora Devoss and Ber own company. Change of plays each evening. Prices 10c, 20c and 30c. Ladies free monday night with one 30c ticket if purchased before 6 of clock of opening night. No free tickets at the Box office. Mercury registered All the from ten to fourteen below yesterday owing to the enthusiasm of the fellow who told you. To Day is the last Day of january and a january to be remembered As giving us More Cloudy and less severe cold weather than any january in years. Or. A. P. Cobb who has been conducting special meetings at the Christian Church the past three weeks says of or Eaton who will conduct the Bible study at the Chautauqua the coming season that he is one of the greatest Bible students and instructors that he has Ever known. Prof. G. L. Mckay of i. S. C., will deliver an address at the Clay county Farmers Institute at Spencer feb. 2, on a not More it better cows in Clay prof. Bowman will deliver an address at the same time and place on a grading Oats for the Baptist y. P. U. Of upper Des Moines association Boid their annual rally at Kelley wednesday and thursday of this week. The services Are under the direction of Rev. Walter i. Fowle of our City who is president of the association. A Large number of Ames Young people have been in attendance. Miss Katherine Terrill �?T04, began teaching tyls week in the High school. Another room for the High school has been gained by the change in Grade pupils to the Welch school and this made it possible to place another teacher which was necessary of account of the increased enrolment in the High school. The next attraction at the armory is the six nights engagement of the Flora do Voss co., which opens feb. 4th. The popular company which has played at Ames for the past six seasons is presenting this year a repertoire of plays Seldom seen at popular prices. Miss Devoss surrounded by a capable company of twelve acting people in Cludius several who Are Well known to the theatre goers of Ames. One of their features this season will be the vaudeville acts which Are introduced during the action of the play and never before have they been As Strong As they Are this year. Of monday night merely Mary Jaue will be presented my Suteu who special scenery and Mech amp Guicai effects. Seats on Sale saturday at 7 00 p. In. _ electric rates the following rates minimum charges rules Aud regulations covering Power service to be furl bed by the City of Ames have been adopted Aud Are now in Force. I. Regular electric service application or contract properly filled oui for Power service to be used. I. Schedule of rates Aud discounts to be same As electric Light schedule. 3. Minimum a outbid charges. A All motor installations under to by 81-50 per he per month. B Aii motor installations Iohp and Over 81.00 per by per month. C no minimum monthly charge for installations under Iohp to be More than 810. D motor installations % he Aud under will be placed on regular Lugn thug set vice and treated same As lights. E motor installations Over % by will be placed on separate meter Aud separate Bill based on Power use alone Wui be rendered fur same. F Tau by of a motor is be to taken As the a rating of same. Inc City does not guarantee a constant Supply of electrical Energy Aud shall nut be liable for damage or failure to Supply same. No Power service Between the hours of 5 p. In. Audio p. In. Which will be Deli Metal to satisfactory lighting service will be supplied. The City agrees to use reasonable Diligence in rendering cont Tous service Trout 7 a. In. To 5 p. Rn., but will not guarantee such con Luious service. The City reserves the right to any time to Cut of the Supply of electric current and remove its meters wires Aud other appliances to prevent fraud or for any cause the City May deem sufficient. _ Susan the news of the sudden demise of mrs. Susan Latham last sunday morning was a great Surprise to the people of Story county. It was an unexpected blow to her friends. Mrs. Latham was in Ames last saturday and seemed to be in the Best of spirits. Last sunday morning her bus baud was feeling somewhat indisposed and it was for this reason that she went to the stable to look after some of the Stock. After a unusually Long absence from the House a neighbor girl was sent to the barn to Call her. In a few seconds the Little girl returned Ana stated that mrs. Latham was lying dead upon the Hay in the stable. Death is thought to have been brought of by heart failure due perhaps to exertion. Mrs. Latham was born to Fulton county lad., on october 4th, 1832, and died january 27th, 1907. In the year 1852 she was married to George East Wood. They raised a Large family of children and in August 1899 or. Eastwood passed away. Some two years later she was United in marriage to or. Latham who survives her. Besides her husband and children she leaves a lame Circle of friends to mourn Ber death the funeral services were held wednesday at 1 00 of clock Rev. A. R. Leverett having charge of the services. Interment was made in the Ontario cemetery. The right name or August ,1 the popular overseer of the poor at fort Madison la., says a Cdr. Kings new life pills Are rightly named they act More agreeably do More Good and make one feel better than any other guaranteed to cure bilious Ness and constipation. 25c at ail druggists. P Lia personal paragraph it c. Morrison made a business trip to us Molnes tuesday. Men Brenneman sr., was a passenger to Boone saturday morning. Rev. J. F. Baker went to Desmoines saturday on a Short business trip. Mrs or. Fairchild of Des Moines visited mrs. Parley Sheldon monday. Fred Holmes the tailor has been visiting at Desmoines and new ton this week. Ray Pilcher of Ida Grove mad an Over sunday visit with friends in this City. Or and mrs. F. C working visited Over sunday a1 the parental Sam wording Home in ii. Mine. Or. And mrs. Clarence Norris of Nevada spent sunday with the a. H. Thayer family in this City Geo. Judisch attended tire annual meeting of the Iowa state veterinary association at Des Moines tuesday. Mrs. Pearson of Eagle Grove has been spending the putt week Ai the parental win. Flint Home in this City. Miss Juda tanning and mrs Chester Morrison spent tuesday at the Home of or and mrs. E j c Ortin at Gilbert or. O. Roberson of the Eadle Ward music store in this atty visited Over sunday with i family in Marshalltown. Miss Adda Case a teacher in the Boone schools visited sunday with her Cousin mrs. Henry d. Bryant Southeast of Ames. Supervisor de Stihi Man w As an Ames visitor yesterday in attendance Ai a meeting of the Story county Stock breeders association. Bob Jeffrey who has been Yard master in Ames for the pasty a goes to Boone in a few Days to accept a position As night Yardmaster. Or and mrs Jeffrey will move to Boone in a Short time. Connie Cooper former employed in the Long bran amp Bauer drug store but later in Gage. In the pharmacy business at Ogden is in the City this week. He is now in the employ of the Boone county Telephone co. Or. And mrs. Frank Buck Aud family who have been residing til Council blurts at which place or Buck has been Yard master for the past year moved Back to Ames this week where Frauk will again take charge of the Northwestern Yards. Frank Sexton who has been lingering in this Vicinity for the past couple of months visiting los parents. Or and mrs Jerry Sexton and making himself generally agreeable to everybody left this morning of no. 11 for Colorado where he win re Urne his work As civil Engineer on the Moffit system. Or Charles Collins w to has been Bead clerk and window Dresser in the dry goods department at Tilden Bros for the past year has resigned his position and win leave tonight for Champaign. Iu., where he has a Jam ii Ion As window Dresser in a Large department store. Or. And mrs Collins have made Many friends in Ames who deplore very much their departure from among us Dean Allen the marriage of Emil e. Dean of Union vile Iowa and miss Maine Allen Pedersen of Ames occurred last wednesday january so at High noon at the residence of the brides Mother and Stepfather or. And mrs. Allen two and one half Miles Northwest of town. About thirty people were present and the ceremony was performed by Rev. H. D. Williams of the Church of Christ. The guests were d. W. Dean miss Lucite Dean mrs. J. B. Smith and miss Alta Smith of Unionville j. Rollins of Decorah miss Lillian Vernon Des Moines or. And mrs. Win. Dodds and mrs. Sarah Allen of Gilbert or. And mrs. Ben Cole or. And mrs. Clarence Hunter miss Fannie Epperson miss May Anderson of Ames Chaa. M. Reading. O. A. Collagen David m. Loring j. A. Chambers Claude Kinnebrew of Iowa state College. The presents were numerous and elegant and the dinner was sumptuous. Miss Pedersen has a Large Circle of friends in Ames who esteem Ber very highly on account of her May excellent qualities of mind and heart. Or Dean is a former i. S. Student and a voting Man of Sterling qualities. They departed for Unionville thursday where a Well furnished House awaits their occupancy. _ How to care chilblains a to enjoy Freedom from chilblains a writes John Kemp East Otisfield me., a i apply buc Kienz a Arnica halve. Have also used it for Salt Rheum with excellent guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles Burns Woods Frost bites and skin diseases. 25c at All druggists. Commercial club the regular meeting of the commercial club will be held tomorrow evening in huletts Parlours. A full attendance is desired by the president in order to appoint committees of arrangement for the annual banquet february 22nd. Disturbed the congregation the person who disturbed the congregation last sunday by continually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Foley a Honey and tar. Cagwin druggist. W. Payne m. D. Practice limited , ear nose and Throat 9 to a Quot glasses fitted i to 5 p. In. Boone Iowa w. E. Harriman doctor of Medicine and surgery Mcwilliam physician and surgeon Ames now b. G. Dyer m. D. Physician amp surgeon office Over Groves grocery both telephones for Sale or Exchange general merchandise for Sale or Exchange for farm about seven thousand Dollar Stock of general merchandise and store building Northern Iowa Good town�?1,000 population. Address owner g. T. Post Buffalo Center Iowa

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