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Ames Times Newspaper Archives Jun 25 1903, Page 7

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Ames Times (Newspaper) - June 25, 1903, Ames, Iowa 20 per cent discount on Muslin. Underwear for one week. At Tilden s this is a Story a of tablets envelopes and dialling cards j at Novelty store. Fin line of fancy parasols for fourth at Tilden. Paint varnish and Kal Romlne brushes at Loughran a Bauers. Of special values our efforts when buying Are always to secure most for Money so As to offer you better values than you can get elsewhere it ii Jaax to secured a big snap in Straw hats our customers get Benefit. 20 percent i on entire Stock of Straw hat men s Outing suits we have most Superb collection shown in this Market Price $5 to $12 per suit special discount of 20 percent ii next week lace Hose for Little folks As Well As big at tildes. T. Lennox of Ames has been granted a Patent for a Massage roller. Loughran a Bauer have a full line of palmtop material. Of i our line of picnic goods is unsure head it quarters for oxfords and dress pt8ged t a Miller a son. Nina ii Tilden Bros. A co. I. To a _ to Cecil Smith entertained a company of it to now tin for iced tee. Try at in a for non pert a elephant Brand. Or Day in Honor of her Friend mi., mer.,. Austin of Olio la. Tea nonpareil club Mertyee Verdey by u m 8iuom week ter noon with or. Aaa a a Quot a rms a Al her lock 0, ninety Good to Dame. The. Name of or. Jennie , or. M rk9l�?z0g Cheng two Ben read and mrs. L. B. Hill have re. A list of Mem gently been added to bars. Word was received by Beardshear lots in Northwest part of town. The state osteopathic association convenes today lodes Moines. Or. C. Menus oxfords Best Lino in Ames at 20 percent in than regular Price tildes clothing department Rob. Law and m. Proctor of Ames is presiding of-1 family from Denver Colo th., or. A Quot a to act in that Capac mrs. L. M. Chambers Are parents of nicer a v a Little daughter born monday june 22. Him. Chamber will be remembered a. Wet a been by a. F. Mi., Hazel Bearda Heer. By a Tat i. Uncle it Georg. , a. I and wife were among Many people Elu. J. Penfield recent Mulh real . It Ood at Hep estate firm of Larson a Penfield of we Limp 14th veda has purchased Bank of Kelly of Are night for or. We. Starr who started band boys met monday night for Ion several years ago and will take pos purpose of to i eee Elon of h bout . of in t. Boy. Of year. Bend who Are h r11 a Iii no Ai Ali this summer Ana ast a Labo. Number of member of Twenty have pronged to play of Christian Church Are in attendance be cured it will be at . To convention of Cartotto. The. Leader churches being held at place conducted by a in de. Mole. Thl. Week. The. of . Orrt tra a of a u Bon commenced Monde and will Law bean upper of . Public. Horace Herr was at Muscatine till tomorrow. A a a a l0 Luud a commencement a cow paint of coloured Christian work la ,fh0ol hit Daugher. Held service on Street. Saturday 0 being on. Of they were a Mother two tar i. Hermoe i Kelley too late for last week miss Pearl Clayton entertained two of her pupils Over sunday. Or. And mrs. John Roland were sunday visitors at Gossard Home. Miss Edith George closed her school Friday with a picnic in Timber. Miss Madge Gossard is visiting at Renwick with Ber aunt mrs. Foley. Or. Bert lid he closed his school Here Friday and returned to his Home in ii . Harrison of Nevada visited w. P. Starr Aud d. Clayton families last week. The congregational sunday school had children a Day exercises last sunday evening. Miss Mae Dunn was a Des Moines visitor last week. Her Cousin accompanied her Home. Or. And mrs. Clarence Foley of Ren Wick visited with latter s parents first of last week. Mrs. Myrtle Gossard Oliver from Graceville minn., arrived monday for an extended visit with her parents and other relatives. Last evening at Home of Bride s Mother mrs. S. C. White occurred marriage of miss Lulu White to or. William w. Go Christ of Ontario. A canopy of roses and Smilax hid been arranged and under this ceremony was performed promptly at 8 of clock Rev. Nye of methodist Church officiating. The Bride was become ugly gowned in Cream coloured silk and carried White roses. The guests numbered about Twenty five most of whom were relatives of contracting parties. Both Bride and Groom Are Well known in Ames and Vicinity and have Many friends who unite in wishing them a life of happiness. Or. Gilchrist is a son of or. And mrs. Arch Gilchrist of Ontario and a former student of College where he is now employed. They will make their Home for present with mrs. White. Elite a we have taken an unusual Way of calling your attention to this Blue and White enamel Ware because it is an unusual Ware. Nothing As Good has Ever been produced. In first place it is made of a heavier and better Grade of Metal in second it will not crack nor will fruit acids affect it. We guarantee every piece. No trouble or How it. It j. E. Davis. Aud sunday. They were a Mooer off on. And thro. Dang tar. Who Baw . Grandu a it a a Hrh or from town to jazz -tng.t. I Siho nor. Work in this Way. Their ice. Po�.-1 by a Galen Tilden Aton Sger h. lumber my. I my. 11 actor,.tic oth. Ran. And Drew a a Large crowds of listener. Mujcic it m k9n, to . J. coffin Reader and in Ames it Persona tor will Humoured and or. That Matloc Reading and impersonation. Ferreii Library d investigate Riley Field Kipling Dunbar and other committee Appo of re a modern poet at Church plan reported and . Different report next monday night under . Of. Were discussed. Building committee a phone no. 14 Christian Endeavor society. This will be a High class entertainment at popular prices of 15 and 25 cents it a or. J. E. Shakespeare of Chicago Nave a very interesting address at Christian Church sunday morning in interests of Chicago boys club. Or. Shakespeare a work is in slum districts of Chicago chiefly among newsboys and Boot lacks and his talk was characterized by graphic descriptions of lives of these Little waifs of Street. Local miscellany Ben Hur hour at tildes. Johnson a Fine chocolates and Bon dons at Loughran a Bauers. Of All flavors in extracts and spices they Are pure. T. J. Miller a son. The Dorcas society will meet wednes Day july 1st with mrs. Al Perkins. Fink line of Wash goods for 4th of july dresses. Tilden Bros a co. Mrs. Margaret Leland a music pupils have a recital this evening at Home of their teacher. Fob Benin a five rooms Over Cooley a Jones harness shop. Inquire of mrs. Etta Dunning. 6-tf new Wash silk waists Neelands make just received for fourth of july Trade. Tilden Bros. A co. The degree team of Maccabee Lodge of this place were at Nevada tuesday night doing degree work for that Lodge. Everything in neck ribbons belts shirt Waist sets fancy collars silk gloves etc., at Tell Den a department store. We desire to thank Public who so kindly assisted us in our misfortune of having to take treatment for hydrophobia. My. And mrs. Aba Banks. The woman a Home missionary society of m. E. Church will meet thursday july 2, with mrs. J. H. Wil hams. Subject a training schools and deaconess Leader mrs. Leland. The contract for new congregational parsonage has been let to Griffith a Arrasmith foundation is Laid and work will be pushed along rapidly. The Cost of building when completed is to be 83500. Shirt waists at Cost at Novelty store. Stationery perfumes and toilet articles at Loughran a Bauers. Of done to forget our underwear line. It is Best for Money. Novelty store. When getting up your picnic dinner done to fall to Call on t. J. Miller amp son. Divorce when justified subject at Christian Church sunday night at 8 p. In. A Fine line of latest patterns in Wall paper at Nice prices at Loughran a of Bauers. Mrs. L. M. Gibson entertained a Small company tuesday afternoon at five of clock dinner. Have you seen our new a Imperial Bouser a just thing to make shirt waists pretest fitting Tilden Bros a co. Rev. Wilson of u. B. Church will preach memorial service for maccabees sunday evening Aud whole Sermon will be on Maccabee memorial. Some changes and improvements have been made this week in Interior of motor depot at College for Post office sub station. The College Book store remains same. A Laroe delegation of Rebekah Lodge attended District convention at Nevada yesterday. At session last evening degree team exhibited work of installation. The w. R. C. And g. A. R. Pic nicked at Home of or. And mrs. Ben Kingsbury East of town tuesday. That Day was Well spent and enjoyed by All is needless for us to say. A Cabinet of 288 specimens of crude drugs used in Medicine and pharmacy has been received for use of veterinary department of College each specimen in a separate Box. I he Case is from Laboratory of Parke Davis a co., of Detroit Michigan proprietors of largest chemical laboratories in world and will be of great Benefit to veterinary department. Street commissioner Montgomery had a Force of men at work monday on Street in front of times office and on North grading Down. Art Mccoy did a rough rider stunt with an old plow that looked As though it had come out of Ark by sitting on beam and hanging on to gee and Haw strings while Montgomery guided with handles. Mccoy looked As though he might get split Clear up to his Adam s Apple but seems to have survived intact. At a called meeting of business men saturday night subject of a Street carnival a talked up Aud a committee was appointed to visit Story City to investigate attractions of carnival company now at that place. The company of engaged will not come to Ames before first of August committee appointed . B. Kooser m. A. Manning Perry Bower Frank Schulter l. G. Hardin j. A. Campbell Frank Graves Gen. Lincoln or. Mccord c. G. Lee de Moffit Asa Vandermast Frank Danforth and Fred Winey. The following item refers to Sis ter of or. E. 8. Proper of this City who has often visited Here with her brother and his family and is taken from tile Des Moines Register and Leader a miss Ida Sedgwick proper daughter of Rev. D. I. Proper of Des Moines who has for some time been pursuing her Art studies at Art students league in new York has received from that institution a travelling Fellowship for general excellence of work accomplished and will leave in August to further continue her studies in Western was appointed consisting of messes. Judisch Tilden Grove mesdames Greeley and Smith. The rest of time was occupied by or. Frank Wetherell an architect of Oskaloosa who was present with plans of different Library buildings which had been planned by firm he represents. The meetings held by Hon. A. C. Rankin past few evenings were Well attuned Large Crow is boing out each evening to hefty Well known Temperance speaker. He is an eloquent orator and his presentation of time worn subject of Temperance brought it before people in altogether a different style and his hearers were carried away by his oratory. At meeting on last evening be explained a state Marshall Bill of which he is author and which will be presented at next legislature. The Horae improvement association met monday evening with mrs. Or. Ghulst. The reports of garbage and membership committees were received showing that Good work by Coin mittens has been accomplished. The resignation of mrs. Sheldon As a member of Park committee was received and mrs. Charles Hamilton elected to take her place. Miss Etta Budd was made an additional member of committee. A committee consisting of mesdames Hardin Beyer and Lee was appointed to Confer with Council on any matters not Clear to society. The next meeting is with mrs. J. B. Kooser next monday evening. A special from Lincoln neb. Under Date of june 23 says a Ray c. Smith formerly of Greenfield Iowa and son of a methodist minister residing in Ames Iowa was arrested tonight in this City on charge of bigamy. Smith was married four your a of in Green Field Iowa to Della m. Rogers. The wife inherited 810,000 which Smith squandered and then deserted her and her child leaving them in want. Smith came to Lincoln last january assuming name of Harry de fare and was made a manager in a department store. Four weeks ago he married miss Anna Boynton of Lincoln with whom he was living when arrested on request of officers from Iowa tonight. His first wife and babe accompanied Iowa authority and confronted him at police station. Later second wife arrived at station and a tearful scene was enacted by two women in which Smith himself subsequently joined. Special Sale of toilet soap at a fair we have just received a big assignment of finest toilet soaps and we will offer it this week at less than wholesale prices. A a 2oc boxes 2 5c boxes for.15c 3oc boxes for a �?�200 25c Large bars Castile. Loc 4 bars Cocoa soap 7#c a a fair v a a a v v s a 4th of july will soon be he re bring in your boys an let us show you some of our bargains in suits Aud knee pants. Beginning Friday june 26th we win have a special Sale on these goods giving exceptionally Gow goods at an exceptionally Low Price. Not our window for Cut prices and you will surely buy. Yours for business v. O. Keedick Clothier Ames Iowa j buy done. Our fruits tis aria a tis Frank b. Spence. 5affiis$asa0a5as5asasn5b5ibsa$88saesasa�sabbs5e8si

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