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Alden Times (Newspaper) - January 17, 1890, Alden, Iowa VOLUMEXlT ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, JANtAKY 17, 1890. NUMBEB 43. BUSINESS DIRECTORY ONUKONU. �Utan M U �.iMk n. ftuHUv MWolfS ORRMAN M. B. CIIURCH-ltor*l�M mrr mcRHAif RVANorxioAL Gittmon-8*r. vMjMwvNkbkMh M ia.-aoa-�liMkm. hob. 11*. CROROR-BaT. O. V. Kirk. PMtor. aiNaleaaUaeUaw. OSm M�nk AMMO. au�a p r.nuiaiKii D. T. J. BIOK, AHDIi T. J. BKn.lM�^ lA. J. A. BUTTON, ALDEV, IOWA, Mrf PMit, Ital Etiitg^ Lm IMBtTItANOK AGKier. Vmm Iowa MieMAM ea lose oriliBr 8IIP80I t GOIBD. -DIAUtnS V- Grain, Live Stock, AI.DIN, IOWA. WiMRi, m., CmI, WamRtod M Vm OcRt. r�eU PETER TAYLOR, --SBUdft IK- GRAIN, Seeds & Coal. ALDIN, IOWA. WnxiAV KEATOro. DMteia and Shelf Hardware, PicMlllTllllGMMl. Tinware & Woodenware, MIHE&TDi&SIOTEglBAKGES taUMMukM. WIUIAM KKATUta, aims. lawik J. F. BYERS, RscMStf Vffefi^Sy RittSy ny M ImMi Mi ui NOTARY PUBUC, Hum and Town PNpirtif BAliK OF ALDEir, HBUAU * MI. EICIMN8E leVONT aiia SILOL GHICAeO, IOWA AID OAKOTA SHoitnt, QniGkist mi OdIt Direct Line BRWUS ALDEH, IOWA FALL8, ELDOBA, A9D CHICAflO, ULWAITKES AKD AU EA8TEBH THE BERTILLON S\STE3I. now THB FRKNOH lUBNTIVT AMD DKTKCT CRlMINALa. Tha riaa Ta�l�
� MeisWsm bbeamiUiMwira'^ wife Is BM ( cape petty doBM** tic trouMee. That fact waa Indleale* by a dlaloma b*. twsentwo Pitlbaw-aaoe malraoK �1 do havaa^pk*-bolbcr Abaal vanta 001 mta,* aalA mm,. kseTriL^: maida, aad �ettber have Bi>w haa baaa ha the honse a week yet We have ebaMad a- dozen times in a laonth.* "Well, I have got along toleiably ! inta^tlr^fielp.'^lhe ^^rnmiikiar~ "except a maid fbs ayself." -But I thought yon were delighted wllfe Slaric." <), she waa the qnlckest aad girl I ever had in the honse-pretty aa a iloll, loo, wasn't ahe7-aad she knavev-crything aboat toilet aad wardioba wartt But what do yon thiak? She bad eatft h��as^ and_r� frtiiifol Rotitce of ccmjplnint in tbe kitchen, and that we Hhonid tiitd it very h�cd to riilote the ebart^s ag'iiast na if wo stood arraigned in a eonit of ress Bt:ong views upon tneir proneoee* to "sleep away their aeuaea* if peraiitted. Our own-shall I aay lem|Mra7-are no* always strictly under control, eitber, aad we are often led into little displays Ibat^ aro very unpalatable whan served np to us agaiif by'the cook or cbaaberoaid. We have a happv little knack, too, of taking the edge uif our tempeni on these individunls. We may be mislreSNee of ooriielves whsn cbiua falls up-sluira, but our pent-up feelings, streu^houvd by repression, sie ell the more forcibly ex-proMsed when oor maid lays out tbe-wrong dreut.-Chiraffo Leilgrr. i'araleM Phile�epliy. UE weathor i:-niit j>a-iHil>ly [ili-ttiM!-(every oru;. Tlur pluiub>>T rej()i m when the wvatber in freciting', whilc-the ico (Icalur e� joyoDs oijy in llMf hot Huminer tiatb. (}reodini>hH KoiuetitunH it�, owsi riiward. ��|>�!�jvll5' _ when tho Krt^y Hwall Ijov helps himself to a very largf chew of bin father's tobacco. Instead of 0(;hting, ran away auil you will live to tif;^t another day, Xtut tlie vhanvcH are thut you wilt ruu flutter tho next time. Dark sluidowH are raat by brigfat lightH. A luirror relloetH what is in fri>nt of it, and is not to lilamu if tUf it^Hociius is not pleasant to see. A bird iu the hand is worth twn in the bush; but this rame logic will uot apply to tliom.'*. There is i� wi�l� difference between birds and thoma in tbia world, A barking dog may not bito,' but bw will scare a tramp )>all to dontli. A corn may be a better weatl^r iadi-cator than the almanac, and ' yet aatait folks would rather tmat to **01d Probabilities."-I'hicauo Ledger, A Moum af ABaejantf. A gontientan, oomiiiH borne ut tntso' iug, Njioka harshly to hia littla tlire*-year-old. who was playing very uusHily. The little lady dropped bur plav-thing* and retreated linatily to a rur-ner. "What's the matter';" oaked i^apa-"Well," said the child, 'I've U!eu.m good oirl all tliia dlay, and arw y�s^ ooma BOBie and loaka tumble tha MiwA thiag.-__ A NlRR WkM MM. TovBg HngUnJ-to ter, Uua BUokBR ia ptatty 1 81
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