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Alden Times (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Alden, Iowa IV VOLUME XIII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1890. NUMBER l�. *3. eUSWE88DlRECT0IIT u Mkl O. Mni�. I>.P.. �Mtoi. '"'^ auKAii ItTravBOB-imiMt May. Baato*MkMl M o'.ta5C "'^ "�Sil? tTiTHiiiAii cmmoH-BimMi nrr .WklMtt M. 10 *> o-elosk a. m. taailsy �obool uuaadtalair afUr maniiD( nrvtoM. s If. H. OauBOB-ItoT, t(n1aM ~ ~ � awr RoDday at li )p.�. OlaaamMUai___________ J. W. ronrth, FaitoT. o'oloaa a. m. aad �i la u'eleek a. a>. �OOBTIEt. BADtAlfr lodqb, Mi. a. �. * a. _-lalW initU_____ b. W. (StMkat, �lanlaiT. MUa Uittto �arlor, Baentary. AU>�N MDOA No, HM. I. O. O. r.-KaaM miT Wateaaday avanlnii at. Uilay'a laU. yitlilBt bnthnn ara soKllaUy toviM toM-tanl. B. K. Jooaa, Baeratary. ooidar DIRiaO liODaPB. Mo. �l, K. of r.-VaatlBn tb* Am aa4 tiitrri Tntidar �Ti'nln�i at ua aontb la UUay-i Hall, Vliltln� Knivbta al. aja waloonia. M. J, rcaikx, C. 0. �. S. �17�HT, K. of K an J a ]|ARK J. rURIlT, Attornay aad Caanaalar at Law. Promptattanlloo v1 tenlOfoIlertloD*. Offiaa Kar UUar A Drowu'i ijtura, AMea, ilanlln uaty, Iowa. ^ f P. FBI SB IX, M. B. Pkyaleiaa Mid Sarivoa, Alilan lowfc Offlea orar KoatlBK'i naidwai* Btorv, T. J. RICK, BARBEB AND HilBDBESSSB. 4�aM far WaitMMU ataaawAlj mmn tmmtrmmm Oa., mf III. I oan aan Stcuaahlp tlekota, and oan bHnt your frIoDdi or aeod thum. Alwaya raaily to (ira inforauUon. T- J. BICK, Aidao, lA. J. A. BUTTON, ALDEN, IOWA, lotarr PnHlic, Real Estate, loai farm loans oenotlaiad od long or ahorl Um�at lov rataa o( lotoraat. A larga list o( Improvad and unimproTad lands for asla. l%m Ufv* Tartaty.aiqalili* odon aad I MaaiukMl tfe�tr Ml* (nry Tkar an aatOii^d �aM�*�r oMd far ih�lr rieaaMs,
onality when she has obtained a husband's protection and care. Tbeaingle woman la ao unknown phenomenon in French society. A girl who does not wish (o be married is supposed to have, as a matter ot course, a religions vocation, and aooordiugly becomes a nun without more ado. Every liberty ia given At to choice of ooovent, order, etc., but, with one or two exceptions, every French woman ot good family devotes herself to religion or- a hnaband.-Cor. A'eio York Star. To Kaap tba 8klH Mini Do you want to keep your akin nice all aummer? Well, then, here are some rules for jom: "Don't bathe in bard water; soften it with a (� drops ot ammonia or a little boras. Don't bathe your face while it is very Warm, and never use very cold water (or it Don't wash your face when you are traveling unleas it is with a Utile aloo-hol and water or a little vaseliie. Dont attempt to remove dtat with cold water. Qive your (aoe a kot bath, oaiug plenty of good auap; thm give it a thorough rinaing with water that has had the ohill taken off it. Dou't rub your (ace with a iH>ai�e towel. Just remember it ia uot made of out iron, and treat it aa yuu wvuld the ttuuat Mirxielaiu, geutly and detoately. Don t aae a apuuge or liuuuraM (or your (aoe, Choose iualead a dauuel oao. Dout believe you c s*tw that wUt aMa U mk�W vitt watwth. Drv U wiUR IB* IttW a�4 (p� Ml �M jtm . Imp Ua � kakf, uStta ijWviM imm awl tka atrUt) lainlast to the dee|)ost, are deftly wrought out ao that the partioular bade, that the wise woman finds be-ooming to her, oan be gotten without any trouble. There ate plain oolora (or a woman who likes stuffs that are not oonspicuoua. There are spots, and little, plsids bias and straight, ani stripes of all widths and kind.i. Be a littla careful in choosing your oolora, and remenibnr that becauao Homolxxly tells you how well yon Io<;k in a costume of navy blue yon muit not conclude that every blue shade ti suited to von, (or that extremely Irving, but very beautiful, one known as ormy, makes the averugo woman's complexion look as yellow as n lomon. Bocftuao scarlet makes your hair look warmer and gives a deeper cnlor to your o.vo<, it do�s not (ollow that magenta i. ort, and always believe in him, if siUo loves him. liecau.iu without her would be rude, rouKli. and ungodly. Bocau.10 -ho teaches bini the value ot gentle words, of kindly thought and of consideration. Beoau.ri' xbu can with him, cuduro pain quietly and meet joy Rladly. Becau!i(>, on her breast, he can slied tears of ro|ipntuiice, and ho is never reminded of ilioni aftorwarcU. Becanau wliou be is bobaving like a fretful boy -ami wo all ilo, you know, at times-with no reason in the world for it, woman's soft word, touch or glance will make liim o-shamtd uf liim-selt os hu ouKht to bo. Becau!-!' without her ai an incentive he would grow lazy; there would be no noble books written, tlicru would bo no beautiful pictures li:iinted. there would be no divine strains of melody. liccnnso she ha.s inuile lor us a beautiful world in which wo should bo proml to live, and contented to die.- Lecauae-and tliii the be.ft rca.son of all-when the world hud reached an unenviable state of wick(Mlue.ia, tho ble.sacHl tusk of brint;inK it a Saviour for all mankind was f^'iviMi to a woman, which was God's way of .soltiiiK His seal of approval on her who is mother, wife, daughter, and swectlieurt. and therefore, man's beat friend. -A'l/iraC'/ W. liok, ill Ladief Home Junrnai. The Cider Wiis Dir. Aa we sat around the slove the landlord brought in a gallon ot eider with a doliciuua twang to it, aud treated all b�nd.i. I thought it the nicest I ever aaw, but the man from Ohio smocked his lips, shook his head, and Muid: "Uoe.'in't taste exactly liRht to me.'' "What!" cried the londlord, "do yon think it ia adulterated ?" "Ta,Hles that way." "It ean't be. It was made by old Bill N ayler, out here about two miles. Bill ia iuclined to be tricky, and so I not culy paid him an extra ]>rice, but watched the whole business of making this barrel. Til bet a hundred dollars he didn't put in a droj) of water." "Mobbe not, but it is 'off'tiiato." The landlord was nettled almut it, and ho was offering to make niodt any sort of bet when old Bill liapi . If you did beat uie iu any way tho uote is yuura if you'U tell mo. aud I'll agree not to tool hard about it." " Hoiioat Injun ?" "Yiw, honeal lujuii." -Wall, tbau, Tom, I aokkoti }dea iu watai over ui)(hl," aatd oidar m trit buuk. Ho kilta oii, alp-dikuoti. Vt(�al Hpittt k> mik4 aud *a;s, 'tied liidiaul 1 put hiut lu � bed |daoo by aud by." W^lxanhatkoliuxu 11 " 'I'btt llkttiau ha� � kaeu �onM >./ huluur, iau4 Udfui (alls la aee (ho wuaI uuiitte la bis aJ�o4a*()'a arwut. OM Hbab b�b et*Mi�u tb� hoed ^< o( Uilbt La**, bnMgbl all hie weitaxa Iu ilaM Ifurt m Ittii^ k'us tbta aa4 bu wa* ptvutUaed the aueutel rrtWir'i- u( tbaaeiuiMowt, aud tulA tbat Mm yaaviU ahaabl u���( b� rei^taU. A a yaaia Utai. aa ageut waasaal <*�Ha MMagtaa hi aeit tbe Oi^ba^a Iu gaJb IkdU ImmI, aM�� �uv�A auU satUa Ma a latuwwaaa aMfiv <*t giuiuid, * � � tUaUaa^ WWa, Ma a VttciMaaa aMfiv <*t giuiui4 vour gremt fatliuy has heard |iow yotH navo been wronged. Be said, 'I willl sent] them an honcet man.' He looked in tho .\orth. tho Heiitb, tho East, andi the West. Vl'hen he saw mo ho said^ 'This is the honest man whom I will' send to my red children.' Brothers, look at me. The winds o( flf(v-Av� years have blown ovsr my beaif, andi s:lvcred it with grar. �"d "in all that time I have nover dono wrong to any man. As your (rieud, 1 ask you to sign' this treaty." OI�liug uud action a thorviugh Koutuok-iau, yot Im tlntt aaw tho light in oold aud foggv Scotland. But uuoooci>uld over thiuk ol him aa otluic tbau a Keu-tuekian, aud ho was nover auythiug eUe. 'i'bua Houry fbv w%. I'cvutivM was a t.'�iui�otMut Y*uk�m, but thdcu bavo Ih-ou tio beittar Koutuok laua thAUiheao. Aud wbile Kautuaky Was draw u ao�vii> of bur gieel uieu Ivum wUior State* aha, hiw given lUMv iu (etaiu. llliuuu. ua Ciilji piuud ui Jkbrabaw l.iui-ulu. hub wM burn ou Keutaekv aoti J*((u^ Mtu, Uavia wae aHaatauiiau by biJctW but IU biakury i�. a )lkaiaaip|uau. Etaiu|doa uutlU)4y '*tlb tee^ieot k> ,AbM Mute*. V.>u�aaal Gtaul wa,. o�ed itod to llUiuMA. UU bo �a� boiu IU vthio. .Vix,lr�w Jlaok�>u. vba gtwet TouueiiiKau. wm Uiug tha dti^itWd uiuda^>( MvHtk (.'eiwllMa ^ulU t'aivUu.^ tUtkub �i> btkUai* tbe laliac Stale b^ a�t�k4iabu4 tbaibatte* ^UaiwA I'b^ bcitltaat Haigeut t�. VieaUae �| �llae�Mt(it>i> |i�iMMt t auua* �mM be at likMa. MUlki4e4 �m iMabM, inwai . aia4Wd aatuaif Oka Aadikua Ibettat i�da�aitalof MAai ^tuitU MMwy atiMwai la^aMI
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