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Ames Times (Newspaper) - June 25, 1903, Ames, Iowa Asa Vandermast we think we have the handsomest and Best line of ladies waists in the City. We have just received a new lot of the Geisha White waists that without a doubt Are the prettiest waists on the Market. We have some Fine White waists at. .$1.00 Nobby White waists $2.00 and. $2.50 some fascinating White waists at$3. Co and $3.50 our line of coloured waists is the most Complete we have Ever been Able to show. Waists in White and Tan coloured Batiste with red Blue and Black dots Black with White dots Blue with White dots each. $1.00 we have a few ladies dress skirts left at the 20 per cent discount. A a a a Asa Vandermast we sell and recommend a a Stephenson so full flip i Reg tse a ways Heady skirt supporter and Long Waist adjuster because it is alway ready for immediate use absolutely no preparation of garments required. Holds the Waist Down and skirt up. Reduce Waist line. The Only one with aluminium Metal parts. Will not rust or corrode. Has been tested for five years and never found wanting. Of. With or without Long Rel wet you Waist adjuster is Lim is a this lady had heard florentine enamel colors were Low in Price would save her nearly All the hard work of House cleaning and were much Superior to any other finish for the Walls ceilings and Woodwork of kitchens bed rooms Bath rooms etc., but postponed using them until recently. Now she is telling her neighbors to go and likewise. Bradley Cal Vroom co s florentine enamel colors Are sold at the same Price As mixed paint and surfaces finished with them can easily be kept clean with a soft rag and last for years. For Sale by j. A. Davis Ames Iowa a. Amp c. Railway time table takes effect sunday sept. 14, 1902 leave Ames leave College no. No. 10. No. N o. 21 no. 28 no. 25 no. 27. No. No. No. 83. No. <8 a. M. 6 50 a. M. No 2. 7 10 .7 30 no. 4. .7 50.8 80 no. 6. .8 50 .9 20 no. 8. .9 50 10-30 no. To. 10-50 11 25 no. 12. 11 45 p. M. P. M. 12 45 no. 14 .1 80 no. 16 .2 45 no. 18. .3 05 3 30 no. 20. .1 30 no. 22. .5 05 5 40 no. 24. 6 05i a a a .6 30 no. 26. ,6 50 .7 10 no. 28. .7 30.8 15 no. A. .8 40 .9 00 no. 82. .9 20 10 00 no. 34. Sunday arrangement a. M. A. M. 9 00 no. 36. 10 20 no. 38. P. M. P. M. 12 25 no. 40. 12 45 .6 00 no. 42. .6 30.6 50 no. 44. .7 10 .8 45 no. 46 .9 10 Greeley m. K. Smith president. Manager. H. Westerman assistant manages. # payment on delivery. A there is a Story told me the other night a says a writer in the London to tier. A lord Tennyson As All tile world knows wrote a sonnet for the first number of the nineteenth Century. As it stands in the poet a collected works it reads quite differently from its form As first presented where it ran a thus far our bark hath sped without one Check. A emr. Knowles the editor wrote Back to suggest that this line should be altered As a Check for the amount of the poem would certainly be forthcoming and that the Public might worlds fair St. Louis 1904. Of course you Are going to visit the fair. You want to see what it will look like. We have a Beautiful Birds Eye View 18x36 inches which will be sent on receipt of to cents Silver or Stamps. Address George Morton g. P. A., a the Katy a Box 911, St. Louis to. Stale Medicine. A the length of time a proscription retains its Efficacy depends upon the ingredients a said a druggist. A some combinations of drags keep on Good terms with each other indefinitely while others get into a Row after being mixed together for awhile and the Man who swallows a Dost of the compound is Apt to feel a Good Deal we orse than before be took it. As a Rule medicines that Are quite Sweet keep their curative Virtues longer than those that Are acid or bitter. Most any Medicine can be taken in safety six months after compounding Aud Many will in All right six years hence. Those that Are not Good generally take on a curdled Milky appearance but that is by no Means an infallible Rule and the person who wishes to save his system uncomfortable complications we Ould Well to let All old medicines strictly York press. The inventor of stoves. One of the first attempts at making a closed stove of Iron we As made by Cardinal Polignac in 1709, and seven years later an attempt we As made to introduce stoves of this kind into England but without Success owing to the prejudice of English people in favor of seeing their fire. The Franklin stove we As invented by or. Franklin in 1745, and a Quarter of a Century later in 1771, and during a few years following the discoverer of electricity invented several other stoves one of which was designed for burning bituminous Coal and which had a downward draft and consumed its own smoke. Count Rumford was the next person to make an invention looking to the improvement of stoves and during Tho ten years Between 1785 and 1795 devised several improvements. Low rates to Boston one fare for the round trip via Chicago great Western railway. Tickets on Sale june 24-26. Good to return july 2nd, or August 1st, by payment of 50 cents extra stopovers allowed. For further information apply to any great Western Ager t or j. P. Elmer g. P. A Chicago Iii. 8-1 a special from Toledo june 19 says a the marriage of miss Gertrude Harlan to or. Homer Charles Price was celebrated thursday afternoon at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. F. S. Harlan or. L. Bookwalter officiating with a Brief and pretty ring service. None but the immediate relatives of the Bride was in attendance and the bridal couple was unattended. Mrs. Price has for the past few years been private Secretary to the president of Iowa state College of agriculture and Mechanic arts at Ames la., and has Many friends throughout the state whose felicitations mingle with her Many friends of her Home City. Prof. Price is an alumnus of Tho state University at Columbus Ohio and took masters degree at Cornell University Ithaca n. Y., and is now engaged As head of the department of horticulture and forestry in the Iowa state College. Ile has a wide and favourable acquaintance among the scientists of the state and is a Young Man sure to Rise in his profession being thoroughly prepared and naturally endowed to so. Or. And mrs. Price left on the Portland express for a months sojourn in Colorado and Utah a wanted to buy old Cotton rags for washing presses. In quire at times office. Gene Nelson went to Des Moines tuesday on business. Mrs. Cha. Busby left last night for Lexington 111., to visit her parents. Leslie Morrison is visiting his aunt. Mrs. Charles Miller. In Des Moines. Miss Elizabeth Cole left tuesday morning to visit relatives at Eagle Grove. Charles aim of Booth spent sunday with his parents. Or. And mrs. Fred aim. Miss Matilda realer went to Dubuque monday for a weeks visit at her borne miss Kathryn Fenton left thursday for Chicago to spend Tho summer vacation. Mrs. Will Dawson of Nevada spent the Day yesterday with miss Belle Rutherford. Or. Samuel Baker of Sidney la., visited last week with his brother Rev. J p. Baker. Parley Sheldon attended the democratic state convention in Des Moines yesterday. Mrs. Will Dawson and baby left tuesday morning for Waterloo to visit her parents. Mrs c. M Soper of Nevada was Over to attend the Eastern Star banquet Friday night. Miss Constance beards ear went to hum Boldt yesterday to visit at the French Home. Prof l. H Parnel and son Harold left monday for Lacrosse. I. To visit with relatives mrs. W. P. Miller and two sons of Chicago Are visiting with Ber sister mrs. Jennie Morrow. Or. And mrs. Fred ambe of Dubuque have been visiting at the Quade borne for the past week. Mrs. Doll in Speers of Eldora a sister of George Graham is visiting at the Graham Home. Mrs. La s. Spring and Little son went to Exira saturday to visit her sister mrs. J. E. N in hoi mrs. Henry Kenner went to Des Moines yesterday for a Short visit with her brother John Wilts. Mrs. John Hornsten of Chicago spent the Day tuesday at the Home or her Nephew f. H. Sob letter. Or. And mrs. James Davis of Dee Moines visited Over sunday with or and mrs. Charles Hamilton. Miss Lucile Zink of Council Bluffs came monday night to visit her Friend mrs. Frank Danforth. Miss Dura prime of Arapahoe is spending her vacation at the Home of her Grandfather w. J. Freed. Miss Kittle Cole of Bagle Grove arrived saturday and is visiting at the Home of Ber Uncle John Cole. Mrs. L w. Ainsworth of Des Moines has been spending the past few Days in the City with her husband. Mrs. C. H. Morris and children of Des Moines visited last thursday with her sister mrs. Frank Smith. Mrs. J m. Elliott of Jefferson 1s at the Home of j. B Elliott and is being treated for cancer Lay or. Jennie Ghulst. Mrs. Olive swat of Dee Moines arrived in the City this week. And is the new Matron at the adventists Hospital. Mrs. N. 8. Mcguire and grandson Eldred Dunning went to Omaha saturday to visit her daughter mrs. C. Read. Mrs. Harry Haverly and daughter nettle visited saturday at Story City with her parents or. And mrs. Este Gard. Mrs c. F. Curtiss and children went to Harper. La., this week to make an extended visit with mrs Curtiss parents. Mrs. M. Reynolds returned to her Home in Chicago monday after a weeks visit at the Home of her brother James Hale mrs. Bart Sowers and children of Boone spent the Day tuesday with mrs. G. R Vernon Aud her Mother mrs j. W. Smith. Mrs. Charles Slevert of Sioux City came tuesday night for a weeks visit at the Home of her Mother mrs. Mary Morrison. Mrs Harriet Hammer and the boys came out from Chicago thursday to visit with her parents or. And mrs. Parley Sheldon. Mrs. George Foster of Evanston. Wyoming arrived in the City tuesday evening and is visiting at the parental Mccarthy Home. J. Of Kinsley and daughters Bassie and Mary returned sunday night Fromor Lago where they had been attending the Derby. Mrs Grant Jones and children went to their Home at Manning tuesday after a weeks visit with her Mother mrs. Irene Spencer. Mrs Susan Foster who has been visiting at John coleus for the past week went to Basie Grove yesterday morning to visit relatives. Mrs. George Berlin Aud children returned to Maxwell tuesday after a few Days visit with her parents or. And mrs. William Lindsay. Miss Belle Cairns will go to Sioux Falls s. D., saturday for a month s visit with miss Anna George formerly of Iowa state College. Or. Charles Banse and miss Carrie Iverson of Odebolt who have been visiting or. Auk mrs. Hal Roll returned to their Homes monday. Or. And mrs. M. N. Osborne of Des Moines Are visiting this week with or. And mrs. J. W. Adams. Or. Osborne is a brother of mrs. Adams. Miss Mona Doane. Who has been making an extended visit with her Friend miss Matda Griffith returned to her Home at Radcliffe monday. Or. E. B. Watson left this morning for Jasper county which territory he will cover this summer for Swift amp co of Chicago Selling Tankage. Miss Mollte Haverly left yesterday morning for grand Junction colo., where she will make an extended visit with her sister mrs. Arthur Foster. Misses Helen and Evelyn Knotts of Des Moines returned to their Home tuesday after spending a week with their grandparents Rev. My mrs. W t. Smith. Or. Will j. Sloan of Pierce neb., visited Between trains tuesday with his sister mrs. Frank Smith while on his Way to Des Moines to attend the carnival. Mrs. John Coady of Lake City visited monday and tuesday of last week at the f. N. Fowler Home. Mona Fowler accompanied her Home for the summer vacation mrs. B. N. Cutler and Little son of Harlan la., arrived in the City monday night for a Short visit with mrs. W. E. Harriman. Mrs. Cutler was formerly miss Laura Wyatt class of Oft. Miss Bertha Epperson will go to Chicago monday to spend the summer with friends. She will be accompanied by mrs. Fred Banks who will visit her sister in Law mrs. Will Allen. Or. And mrs. B. Cooley went to Des Moines wednesday of last week and spent a part of the Day with or. And mrs. George Cooley who were on their Way from St. Paul Wall a i or mixed paint Lead and Oil colors in Oil Aud Japan enamels j Arni Shes stains Oil stains9 training colors i Arni Shes brushes Etc a. J. Graves president g. W. Bissell. Vice Prest. M. A Manning cashier. H. T. Hall asst cashier. Paid up capital $25,000.00 Ames savings Bank Ames Iowa every Dollar you have on Deposit earns 4 per cent. It works for you 24 hrs every Day. Rain or Shine the following table shows How rail Aly savings grow with 4 per cent compound interest added. Ujj a weekly savings for 5 years for to years for 20 years for 40 years 25 i 78 of t 162 of 403.00 i 1294.00 to 146 of 324 of 806.00 2588 of i porn of 650 of 1614 of 5177 of 2 of 585 of 1301 of 3228 of 10356 of 5.00 1462.00 3252.00 to to 25988.00 to Denver where they went on account of mrs. Cooley a health. George has secured a Good position there and they will make that their Home for the present at least. Mrs. J. A Campbell and Little daughter from North of Ames left saturday evening for Clinton county to attend the Golden wedding of hit father and Mother and their family reunion. Mrs. Ella to wry who has been visiting Ber sister mrs. Frank Fowler left yesterday for her Home at Boston Mas accompanied by Albert Fowler who will spend the summer with her. Mrs. Caroline Ellencamp of Des Moines visited tuesday at the Chris so i son Home she left wednesday for hot Springs. A d., acce in panted by mrs. Dudley array myth and or. And mrs g. K Cameron. By Lough ran and daughters miss Mary and mrs. F. M. Coulter returned last night from fort Scott has., where they had been visiting for the past ten Days with the former s son John Loughran and family. Agin a Isidore and Errata Lucchesi the Little children of or and mrs. Charles Lucchesi arrived Home monday from Italy after an absence of nearly three years. They were accompanied by mrs. Lucchesi a sister and her husband. Miss Agnes Cole who Bas been at St. Paul for some time engaged in evangelistic work with or. And mrs. Illsley came Home last week on account of sickness and has since been quite sick with Typ bold pneumonia. She was accompanied Home by mrs. Usley who remained for a Short visit with relatives returning Tost. Paul. Wednesday. Mrs. Marlon Graves returned last week after several weeks spent in Chicago and St. Louis in company with her daughter mrs. Humphrey who bad visited her with her Mother. They went Down the River from Rock Island to St. Louis by Steamer when the Mississippi was at the height of the flood and met with some interesting experiences. In passing under one Bridge on the River both smoke stacks were broken Down Bat the boat and passengers came out All right. Mrs. Humphrey went from St. Louis on to new Orleans by rail from which port she sailed for Santiago Cuba to Jln her husband. The Hedrick family will shortly enjoy a re Union at their Home in the country. Miss Marlon Hedrick formerly an Iowa state College student having passed a successful examination at Wheaton College Illinois completed the commercial course and graduated tuesday evening june 28, and will return to her Home this evening accompanied by her sister miss Ada Hedrick who Bas been Nurs Long in Chicago the past year and who returns for a two months rest and visit at the parental Home. Or. And mrs. Clarence Hedrick will also arrive on july i to remain a month from Norfolk neb. Eastern stars banquet. Laura chapter order of the Eastern Star entertained at the masonic Hall last Friday night. The guests of the evening other than their own members were about thirty of the members of the Webster City chapter Aud several of the Madrid chapter. An elegant 6 of clock dinner was served in the dining room at which one Hundred and thirty two were served. The dining room was festooned with Bunting in the colors of the order and that and the chapter room decorated with a profusion of peonies and roses. Two candidates were received into the order. The Webster City guests left at 10 40 Aud those from Madrid at 11 45, All seemingly Well pleased with the hospitality extended by their sister chapter. Hospital notes. W. S. Hunt was operated on at the adventists Hospital and is getting along nicely under the treatment received there. Mrs. Nash who underwent an operation two weeks ago by or. Smouse of Des Moines is still at the Hospital but improving. Mrs. Iver Wetteland who has been receiving treatment there for the past two weeks was Able to go to her borne sunday. Mrs. For veg of Nevada is also a patient at the Hospital. June clearance Sale done to fall to see that line and misses tried hats for 98 mrs. Henrys. It of ladies cents at the state convention. At the democratic state convention held in Des Moines yesterday the Kansas City platform was rejected and the death Knell of free Silver was sounded. The following ticket was nominated for governor a. B. Sullivan of Union. For lieutenant governor a. B. Butler of Iowa. John r. Caldwell of Tama. For superintendent of Public instructions a. R. Mccook of Howard. For a Railroad commissioner a. 8. Porter of Hardin. Buy our fruits tis said tis done Frank 13. Spence. Real estate transiere for the week ending june 20, of interest to Ames and Vicinity w h Swank and w to Ben h Willard we 95000 lot 5 and e 8ft lot 7 blk 25 c p and i n Ames. Ca Winter to Martha f Wilson we $450 und % int in lot 4 blk 22 Blairs Adames. Albert Duebendorfer and w to Mary l Kegley we 51600 w 90 it lot 4 blk 3 Blacks i Adames. Albert Duebendorfer and w to Roland c. Christian we $450 e 60 it lot 4 blk 3 Blacks i Adames. M Finch and w to Francis t Finch we $300 lots 7 and 8 blk 8 Bigelow Adames. Frank w Mccoy to j p Boohoo we $350 lot 6 blk 7 Bigelow Adames. Joseph p Alderman and w to Goodman 8 Kalsem we $1600 lots 12 3 and 4 blk 3 Richards Adames. Jane l Bartlett to John r Glidden we $200 lots i 4 and 5 blk e Blairs 2nd Adames. A town talk tells All about the new towd8 on the Chicago great Western railway. For free copy Send to Edwin b. Magili manager Tow site department fort Dodge Iowa. 8-2t notice of special school election. Notice is hereby Given to the qualified elec tors of the school township of Washington in Story county. Iowa that a special meeting and elect Ion of said township District will be Beld at the office of m. Hemstreet in Ames Iowa on the 6th Day of july a. 1908, Lorn 2 of clock until 5 of clock p. In. That the meeting will be open for the transaction of such business Asna. To Jaffa of the <3nnrem� tort Tolnay legally come before it. And the Board has or the supreme court directed that the following proposition shall be submitted to and determined by the voters Viz shall the Board of directors tie authorized to sell at Public auction the school building located on lot seven 7 of the West half amp of the Southwest t Quarter m of my lion four 4township eighty three 68 North Range Twenty four 24 went of the 5th p. M. Iowa witness my hand in Washington township Story county Iowa this 24th Day of Jane j Kab w. H. Beedle Secretary. \

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