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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - March 14, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUMK XII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1890. NUMBER 52. BUSINESS DIRECTORY OHURCHCS. IIY ASIItA. 001�OHS0*TI0NAr.CUUncn-n�rTln�>�iMh i �bbalh kt II o'clock >. m. Han.. pMtor. | aRBUAN K. �. CHCIICII-Il�me�. �Tery : aandar at 10 J9 o'clock *. m. ProaebliiK < it: Hliallomtlily iilcaniiriH imvcr III! If; Or   ; My J)ftVu U khrnihlitl t*till l� ilftTWni'iin, I'vii tlv(>il~-aiiU Mtill-�� \w\� 1 llM'. Mv lu'urt It tlrml wKli JIniw'ii l.fKiillIni;. Anil l-'nUti tlr kIchhi of lhi( miiiHi't jjlow'.' WIh'H thn inotm-r'iHo iiroNRixl Imr Bcarlflt \\\>^ On til" lIly'H ch�n'k  '* will m)>eiul Ami till' tMni will olil* niiil Mow, Bm only tli� tuhkh cmi ti-ll. Mi'uil friotiil, Aiul uiily tlio 11 Ill's know. Put what wnfl 111" wnni I salil tn you. In tho hi-nrl of lh� niby k'lnri'V Tlio imfMlon Ilnwcr rw (itiy lil^h Uio ctobh, Tim pftiiMlMS wern nil iil pruyiT. AU: |hm'tiiau(l H(in*'n Uii'tr Uvt-n       Hpctnl Aixl till) ttdun ullt i-hl) mill t1<'w, lUu "Uly lliori'wn* I'Mi ImU, ko�k| frU^iiJ, And oiilv tti't IlKi'.i know. rKMH.inn.s, H. ('. LITTLI:: ROBBIES NEIIVE IIY DHIi.HT IIM.DWIN. ?( mvl 1   M ..'.I . Blon. iKWi HwdW �p P. rniBDIE, M. B. Phrniolaa Md Smrcaoa, lova. OIBoa orar Keatlng'a Hardwan AM�n Blors. T. �. RICK, BABfiER AHB MBDmiL AgtM far Ifttimmi KU man Mnmtntntm Oa, inaAlp I/taac tu. I can tall !!lcam�hlp tlokota. and can bnn� four frlonds or acnd tlioui. Alwayfl ready to fire InformaUon.     T. J. RICK, AiUan, la. J. A. BUTTON, LOEN. IOWA. Kotary Piililic, Real Estate, im Farm loaoa noicotiAtoJ on lone or ahori atod. I wa-^ a widowi.'i-, anil, as will iiMulily bo lielii'Visl, was duvotiilly altacln d to my only rliild, an artivc nnd iiniwually liiiKht l"iy of linht ycar�. .\ (alluT )i�rtii'iiliulv a dotiim oni-, a-, I admit myst'lf to liavi' lioni -is ft|it to i-xtia-geralc- thr ubililics and itttainuicnttt of � hfs cliildion, nnd I woll know that tho (Ir.st liraneh of my statiMnoiit will l)o given gn-ator (rodcnco than tlm last. I will not stop to argiii' tin' matter ' with tho iiuTodiiloiis iiaiirr. Imt jiro-vc(>d to ri'lati) the story ii|H)n which I liavo already made u bef;imiiiin, lonl'i-deiit that it will eonviiiee the most Hkeptical of tliei|niek wit am! nervo of niy litth' Itolihie, I had liioiidht him with me to Mii'h-iv^aii, and left him at ii'h.iol in ICast Sai^imiw while I i-oiidiieled my jirolit-ehle eaiiva^^ amon(^ the iiiuerje-, Late 111 NoM-iidier the Iiieiid �it li uliom I had left him wrote'me that he h.'id lie eotue i�\ei'eilin^lv li>tie-,ome. lO'd niuld NOTARY PUBLIC, Beal Estate, (iBOtctiDi aoi Issnraics JLX^Vm.    ....    lOfTA. Farm and Town Property ____      worn UIM AMD MMKT. �--J--- BANK OF ALDEN, bux bibosall * so>, *ld�n, Hardin Oountv, Iowa. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD. CallacUoat a Hpedaltj. Soae}  LMSMBaal EtUte. ROBERT HOLMES, -DBAUk IH- Lumber, Brick, Cement and Lime. not apply liiinsidf t mi' days I hud 1.....u consideiinj,'   a foolish eoiirse ai.y umii in full po.ssessioii of hia faeiillii- m ni!d have said.   I direeted that  r.oliliie In-I sont forward to ii:o in tho va .l pine , W(K)d.s. Thri e days lalor ho ioined me. having heon phie.d in ehaige of a kind-hearted lumliermaii. who delivered him safe etiotiwll. though with but li:ile appetite for the sweetmeuts 1 had pio-I vided in honor of Ids advent. Hut tho ripoiiod liarvoHt of chdhir--awaitoti my aicklo, ami not even the jilonsiiro of" playing witli niy Ijoy eouKl I detain mo from ImsinosH. j    I had workotl all tho oamps in that j Mootiuii, nnd dooidod to atari tho next i morning for a jmint on tlio rivor, soiuo ' twenty milwi away, whoro I was contl-' dont of di�ix>Hiiig of a uuuibor of nia-chiuott. I woH to make tlio journoy on liorso-I back, Kobbio riding bchiml mo. Wo 'i had iiioiintvd, Haid gooil-br to our now ' \nit nolio tho lona wnriii jriondH, when i uu oUl hkidder cuiuo runi)ing toward UH. �   "I'on't start today!" cried ho, wliun '< within Hpoukiiig distanro. "Why not't" I.nskod. " 'CaiiHo w o'ro Koin' to have n storm, au' it'll a long an' lonely stvoteh you'vo got bvforo you." "I DM uc indications of it." "You would, if vou'd boon wnitin', as 1 have, a fortnight for snow to start I tho HlodN, co that 7011 could oani tho I griib you wat a-catiu'.   Wci'll havo a I Mtorni. und u big oiiu at that, aforo i dark." j "litit I'vo lotx of time. It'a only a ' fow hoara' rido," "1 hoiio ho, for I HooH vou'h bound to go. Well, huritio along, au' ilou't waNio tiiiio iitolkin' to mo." 'i'ho old man lia ot apology for it ioimI, anil hail only adopted it boonuHo it Hhortonod tho diatance by more tlian ono half, from that of the regular wagon road. Wo wore, aB nearly an I could osti-niato, within tlvo or Hix miles of mir dostiiifttion wlioii, to my eonate.rnatiou, I saw that the jirogiio.sticntion of the old Hkidder wnTmttout to bo vorilled. The aky hnd boeonio overcast witli douda, tho tail pines wore rocking in tho rising wind, nn -bio, as ho turnoa>" ot my broken limb, cniiHcd me (o lo�o oonsoiousnoBs. When I revived, it waa to And Bobbie rubbing my hauda and face. "Whore have you been ?' I asked, in a tremor of joy at Beaing bim lu tho starlight. "Looking into titat telegraph matter." ho replied.  I'm hoping-" ''Hopa ito more tor that Bobbia, bnt ait down baaide me. Help may ooma in the morainit,''I added, not wiahiag to diaeonragta bim. Help did �oma in tW morning. Aboul nine o'olook Kolibia aat up a io,vou��hont, and atnosMnk latar Imw atcoug man approaehiag. "fiow oaMS yoa lnwa?* I inqviNd, Cornllehl IMilUisMphj'. The burnt child fears the  lire, and HO he will try to Iiml some method playini;    with    it   without    getting burned. I A drunkard can preach agoodsermiui on   the   evils  of  intemperance.   H knows whereof he speaks. Kindiios.s is the grease that ninkes thn world run ."smoothly. The faster n man ruua tho farther he will go in a certain time nud tho soritit;i tktun� ur.i of dtjt vrrruiTli v-. Of kindni'Hn, iau may du Count no p�od di'-Hl In., triniMK. No rlu(y      to.i Hiimil ; For Hull' llitMi.'M r t nU. And lin who 'U}'-^ Hi" lit'^t ho f iv\i. Will) fill liti hiwirt litid iiilnil. To ntivk<< xhii '�'�i'rl I ik jd'-jiHatit plttcn, A hur*' r("wfird will find. IHtCODBDl -DKAUmS IK- Grain, Live Stock, -AWD- AIUDEN, IOWA. Wlnena, Dl., Coal, WarrantH 93 Tm Cent. FneL lirainhiii,'. Flml ttity mr Ni-linol. Kvery one abinit the Imuse knew tlint scinsil was to le'Riii on Monday, nnd l!ess was saying for tli� twentieth time: "I'm nil ready, grandma, everything. TusI think I it's only to-morrow." How- limes have changid sini'o I was a little girl and went to schivil I"" said grandma, niili that far-nwny look in her eyes that was always there wjieii he was " 'memberin'." as 15�ss said. O. grandma. I never thought that you ever went to school, a� old as yon are." I was jtist as ynniig as you arc once, my dear," said grandma. "Tell luo 'Ixnit when vow went to hool," begged Uc.ss, ilrawijig close to ear grandma. 'I wa.s eight or nini.- years (dd before tarted to school." grandma liegan. "We liveil in Ohio, and it �as inoro than sixty y f tlic>e tlirci' ,'nnii-red ] i'-res wa-. f'jr nil- to we.-ir ani'ind my m-ck a-liandkereliicf.    The  l;w-;,'er one was i) serve as a ^h;iwl and hal. for 1 won-it over my liead. Willi all my new thiU'.". on and a little tin liuckil in one hand, witli our linner in it, and the littie prinur my mother had bought me hugged to my vea^t. we -tarted to--cliool right after breakfast, father, .lohn and i. "Father c;irried his ax oii his shoulder, going on before us and 'blazing' tho way. liy 'blazing' I mean he chojiped a largo chip out of the trees on each side, and cut away the underbrush for a path- The sciuKd-hmiso was a mile and u i(Uarter from our house, over hills and through hollowi' "'Ihe scho.ilhoiise was built of iiig round logs with clav stuffed in to lilL' up the cracks. Tlu're w-as a wide hiiiiney where a log tire bariud. "The seats were h^gs split with stout legs stuck in them. Wi> sat on tl.,' Hat side. My feet never touched tlie floor. T'hey tused to get v.ry tirwl hanging down, and I woiiUl swing tlii'in liaek and forth to rest theiu. There wore no backs to the^e o�ts, and no desks in front of them. "l^lid not know what a scIuhiI was like, and I felt very strange. 1 wu-, afraid of the teacher, he wa-�  sUi-li PETtR TftYlOR, -DEAUB m- Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Coal. ALDEN, IOWA. WHXIAM K�ATIHO. Daalar la Heary and Shelf Hardiare^ Pockit ui Table Ciflini rinware & Woodenwarev tha Ui-aal and flaaat ilMh ol Mi HEATING STOVES iHMGES Intha markat. O. KEATIKO. Aldan, Ia� GHiCAGO, IOWA AND DAKDU Slmrtest, Quickest aEil Only Dimct LiEE nETWRRN ALUES.   IOWA   FALLS,   ELDOBA, A>D CHICA(;0, HILWAUK�� AM) ALL KASTEUN I'OLM!*. Passengers Can Save FHOiH HODBS TO ,    BETWtKS CHICAGO AND POINTS ON THIS UIE dv taki.no THIS SHORT RDUTE. CONirECTIONS AT EI.DOKA Jl^t'TION wiih the t'l-i,ajc nnd Niirlliwi'SUTn liailiT-iy for Tann City. ('i'dar U.-\imiIs. Clirrton, Cl.icai;'). -Milvirankei'. U'.-s .M.niies, I'oiimil 'aiulls, St. l^anl. >!iiiacap"!is and all poinis iu Dakota, Nebraska, Kaiisaa and tho West. ,    ELDORA Tvith ilic Ci-uiral lowt� Hail-largo fellow, and Aveiit around carrying ' ,,iiy (,r points North ai.J Smuh. a big stick throe or four feet lon^ nn dor his arm.   He was called tliu mas-tor. Father told him our names, aiid then went homo, telling us not to get last, but come straight homo by the patik he had made. I felt like crying w hen father loft, ovorythiug was so strangle. Tha' day the teacher put all tho bij^ I.o-.S and girls in 0110 class and the lift-lie ono� in auotlRT. " .'ben iiiKUi ciuno we all opened our linner buckets i>jid ate our dinners, Jnr some of the ch'Jdrcn had. come thjee miltm. Wo tl\,oii all went ojt-diKjrs. and tho big lx>yt) played linll very miuh a.s boTttdonow. 'Ihe girl-, and s'aaller lK�y� played ' Winil mans buff," "drop the hnn'dkorehiof amii 'black, man' jn.st ns childn'ii do i�w. It ras almost dark before wi* reachcj homo that night The teai.-hor weiu with iin i to stay a veek iit our house, a.-t ho diiV with all the other papils. Tlaat wnHtliik (Irst dftj I ever i^ient at school."- yoi(//i'i Coiiiimnwu. IOWA F,*LLS with -he 1}.. C. R. & N'. (Uid IlLinoia c.utral lluilways, fei Waterloo, Dubuque, Furl Dodge uad Siuus i:iiy. For all; inforation about F*rlght nt Passtngcr Kales, nppl'v In our local agimta ur iujdress the General Freigh'i and I'e* �cuser jJn^iat at Eldata, Iowa. JOHUPORTH. teat JraM� t a Tonng man iu choosiug a lift partner. l)o you suppose that before I would jnropoio a girl I'd hem and haw arouud and try by hook and crook to get her to tell luu how much she wan worth ramarked young Inswim, "a, thoucand times no. Vou'd And out | .imo other way."-i>raVe'ji Maguiint. (sn't the man who painta a (ance a bue-ar of wood? --------   

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