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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - August 8, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                -,-.- fOURS-CLNT^ COLUMN Ailvri'liHfiiifiila InMrrlril anrirr thU hma Ht S ri-iitW |trr linr, rnrh tnxrrllon DENTISTRY ! iJr. N. Q. .loiiirii ilunliril it) uiihIiIu to umko rngiilur tripH to Alduii for tlio |)ro!ioiit,oii apoiiuiit of liis growijif{ local liusiiifMH 111 luwii Kalla wlicio lio may bo I'uiiiul ovory day in llio '.vU'iU, wliuru liu will iilluiij to iiiiy .lid nil %v(irk ill liis line. Tweiily-livB yirnm cx|)uri�in;t.', Z'-'y>"'L\-vXU Kxtractctl Wulumt pRiii liy Ui') of (,ias. J. it, bTn Hi;iU  till- ii?': Ml Am:i51Iu;i. i.,     AllvvnU   iliill.'   Ill nil;''rMl ptti'-^ (iri:i!iiiU" iii tin I'Jitlii-di l|.lilil llviit.il (ajIIi-ku,   I'lilhiilflplihi, r.iUl. j^>i;i'i:ii .\uv.\i,i,v. M Merrliant Taltar Otm ilmir wctl nt L U. lUim' Dr jfSutnlH bt'UL", loivii Kullff, Tii^Mi. Pi'iMiiiil ollcnllon lij nil.     CurrcnlHifiilriu'i' soMcllcil W� lonrn tlinl Vomi;^ FiJJIer of WilliaiTiN liKil rhv mlsfurlunu tu bretk Ills joj; \Voilm'nii�y. It is rcportoil sroiitul here th�i most rycry one in ronpHctliiff tlio diiokiiii law this full luntor ttimi over before. Duaiie Vouiig oatno down from ('lurioii Tuesday evmilng on \)uaineii Fu cxjicclH to rulurn to California KOon. D U..K.T. IlOLl', .HarK<'�n.M�mtlitt IVrinuni'Mlly Inuliil nl W<"i�Iit ('lly wIuti; Uo liiiD liiiii 11 r.iti;i: |inu llcu (i.r iiiiiiiy jcun. I'jllrtu tlM'lh il npti-lilUy, Vv'ill bo ill Aldoii Tclcrlnnr)' MiircFon. (UlU hv mill ur l.-,i f UiUly yunri, in Uiu utniMi pruli-.-i-uiii, 1 iiniv ulK-r my .rilirr piTVIri-* Id lliu iiiiuir.il |iillilio �illi Uiu UBBUDtiict; (il i;l\:ri|; pitfnl ^allrliH'lHili. I, 1'. ,I..M^ !    VM* Farm for Sale ^0 HiTi: farm, well iiii| roved, good lioiitii; (Mr. I'rici! |)or acre. Jii- luri- iif .1. TnMLiNtos, .\ldcii. ,'-'(l|>4 Stone Mason, Stono Cutting, i'l.isU'riiipf cto.   V\)aii '/'sliTii building.   .S.ilialactii'ii ^'luirrilt'i'd. '.UtI    Cjo.jr^io F(i.->ti;r, .Vldcn, Iowa Razrie Dazzle Sale! ap.tiit   Sunday   at F(iirb�nl>�, 15yl. For Sale by Frishee & WagneV It^h, M�(i;je and Scratches on human or animals cured jn- ,M mjii tea Woolforda Sanitary I.oiicn Thja never fails. Sold by 11. J.JJavid ft Co.kdruggtRt, Alden. Ljiat week the threshing machine of>Walker & Wilcox was., burned near F^ldera. It is supposed to have been the worlf,of incendiaries. The following card was present ".;lr.i Iowa FiilU. (Juo Srliuli/ ar.-iv,jr. wiH'k It : 11 >li'l.'. viu:iilioi hoinu   this Hi-ii I.i^iiIIimII Kliipi.uil three cars of callii- t(; 1 'hiiMgo "1. .cr>l�y iiioriiing K. It. .^iiviiii's bistir, Mrs. Holmes of Gi iiiiiii I, n^tiiriii'd hoiiiu Monday. Fiiiirid - .111 llie 1-gooii vvii'ii biniwl; im Are you getting iiriyiliiinj ready for exhibition at the cniinty lair this fall? iirih ol July, a niui- ot ./ lloau'r .Matt li.iriiL-B Hinl Ucrl Crswiord took the train for Ft. Dodgo Friday �iiiglil. Mr. rtiid Mri*.SniiUi of Cotirad arc visiting the family of E.xpresbinan ^V. ICearsoy. .Miss I.uiMtt Taylor entci taircd n number of her lady friends Monday afternoon. A happy innovation is to be made this fall at the eouiity (air in the form of a speech tho tflonioon Df one ol the lays, by �:ome noted speaker lyiic will be of �p k for a vi�it with her aoa T. J. aiul oihoc tiiun 1;^. Mi�a MatUd Paruialuo of low a K�U*, wall kiutwii (u many Aldunilea, i�lurM�d truai her aunimer's vacaii >ii at Uaku Mtitugituika Satuttl^y' Ft iJpdgo, after his week's vac at home. In addition to the hundreils of now binders sold other years, our agricul-tur.il dealTS have been .sending out new inachi'nos this 6cason as fust as they could load them on the i\agoiis In .spite of this, hundreds of acres of grain has had to bo put up loose for want of sullicieiit nincliinos. The following aro in attendanco at the coiioty normal at Iowa Falls from here. Misries Clara Faluifr, Myra Whited, liortha Spencer, Syl via .Mason, May Thompson, Rhodi Holding, ICrama Lambert, Garnie Welty, Mir.nie Whitney, Hattie Crisp and Mcssri John Lambert and Carol StHvana. The remains of a man by the name of Peter Lewis was found Sunday morning on tho railroad trock near Dows mutiliatod aiiiioat beyond rec ognition. It is believed that tho man was drunk and was run over by the cars. This theory is especially supported by the fact that two empty bottles were found near by. N. Spencer visited county normal to the east last week and siaitod west Monday night for tho purpose of being attho normals at Clarion and Webster Citf. Mr. Spencer rupre&cuts a publiohing bouse, in ooniiuotiou with his other business, and is meeting good su-.:cess with his Work among teachers. Marion Uokloii and wife made Alden a flying visit the hrttt ol tho week. Mr. Ouldoo apont most of his limo while hero looliiiig over tho proa peet fur corn, and alarluU back to Kansas Tuesday satlslieU that his scheme is a good oue. U� will im mi-ilmtidy b�)giii buying up yoniig htigs in Kansaa where tho vorii urop i�aliiH>�l a total failuiQ on a ootiiit i>l tlm hot winds. Slid ship huru YtUimi coiu will t>e pllMt(1^ \ cirjiis coiisistirg of Byers, F'lirry, f.aFetra, Harlinger, Rummel and Awe has '."jeen fornftJd, ita pnnci pal place of business being the alloy ack of llartitigor's stable. It costs three niatcheii and three pim to wit nefs'the entire performance which consists of trapeze and horizontal bar performances as well as hi^h and lofty tiiinbling, with fretjuent music by band, embracing the full strength of tho company. Performances at all hours of tho day or evening. The Illinois Central has decided to constrjct do more wooden brldi�es oMir b;iiu1I l'.ri'iiins nnd runs, but in their plsiM! �\:ll put either stone  t friends go with them. As a special favor to the Lee Cenr-tre people, the B. C. R. ft N. railroid Tecently agreed to send a special engine up Irom Iowa Fallrt with the car load of lumber fur the   new   church and let it stand on the iiaok  until it oould be unloaded by the twenty-five or thirty men who wore to be on baud for the purpoae.   As the crossing came in sight  however, tanked on both sidoa by the waiting men  and teams, the engineer discovered  that his orders directed him to go  oo   to the switch at   Haiel  Uoddys, three miles farther on and he Y<'fui�d   to st< ^nd tin and horn and mug and Nclnioner have a name and if froth and foam and lizzie is another word for sizzle doesi o. p. stand for open just the sam At iJr. DavidVgift dislribution the drawing of which was huld Thjibdat July 3Ut according to previous notice, the fullowiug list ol presents were awarded, Johi.' Crablree ofHcin-ting aa blind-fulde.i drawer. Eight day clock, Mrs. Fred Bfssraan; cast^rr Mrs. G. H. Gardner; breast-pin, Mrs. Million Cline; gold pen-holder and pen, Miss Kate G. Fitch. Rrtnarkabtf Rescue Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainficyd 111., makes the s*steir>ent tint ahe cauj^ht cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated for a month by her fatnily jihysician, but grew worse. Ho told her she was a hope less victim of consumption and that lui medicine could euro her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from Krst do�c. She continued its use and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and well, now does bet o l.ouse-work and ia as well as she ever wail. Free trial liotiles of this irreat dL^i.-ovcry at Frisbi^e & VVagncr' drug store, large bottica 50 and II stockman of aame place, aaya: "Find Blectrio Dittera to be the beat kidney and liver medicine. Made mo feel like a aew nan." J. W. Gardner, hardware nercbant, same place, sayi: "BleeUio Bittera is just the ^hing for a man who is all run down^ akid doo't care whether, he lives or ffrnt; he found new atr^ngth, good appetite, and lelt just like he bad a ficw lease on liie. Only 'fifty cents a botth* at Frisbee ft Wagn^r'a drugstore. 19w4. Try Hicks & Sommer'a wire eut liniment at H. J. Uavid & Co. lHw2 of Suriiay'a atorm is reported^all around UK at a very severe one,- being heavy rain* acaumpanied by considerable wind in some placet, bu^ ttfti showers all paaaed around ua and the^paaturea aie growiag drier every day. It is nut just nor nght for kay man to advertisu hia preparation as doing what It can not do.   It is a  ilfcnger- iiis imposition on public coiiKdence. Knowing this fact. Dr. T. W. Wood ill coiifi ) many kindnesses shown OB during and since the final alckneaa of your fellow member, our ton and husband. We feel that our ac.iuaintance with your order extending jis it Joes over a perioniubua,wh�re a u�w Itoma (Uruisk- The Perils and Rumauee of Whaling ia the title of an article in the August CtiiUiTij irfat,biit for the fact that 11 IS true, wouid be set down aa a flight of thu wildest kind of imagi-' nation. Among others, a story in told of a whaleship discovered in the Artie ocean. It was boarded. The deck was deserted but the corpses of the oflk-ersand crew were found below covered with a trreen, damp mould. By reference to the shipa books, it was found she had been Irozen in with her grim cargo thirteen years. Christian .Smitn was arrested last Tuesday on the charge of perjury. The inlormation was sworn out by Joseph Raiiiabaiger, who ia now snrving a ten months sentence in the Eldora jail for shooting at Smith some time ago. Perjury is charged upon the afKdavit which he made several weeks ago resisting tho supplication of Joe Rainsbargar for pardon. The stGdavit was published at tho time in the Jltrald. Smith waived examination and gave btmd for Ids appearance before the grano jury.-Herald. F K Huston Alden Catlin W W WiH.d A (1 Wood H Wagner B G Wood A .McOall Jof.ri ^^Blrd Uichard PalmrV K Hoeera Goo .Stringer Henry Fliitcher Nels Nelson V- Kd wards J Wheeler W W Fiok E a Stevens A Spencer John Barrett Burnham Geo A Barhite auoikUiMi. 41 WM a great aoo�Mmuda{ iiou tit the t.ee CMtr� peo|�t� aail it le well th�^ U eittM weU .M V Thnmpsop Wm B Miller F W Thayer .[ U I'rniBoii Geo Harris David Mason J T Mas311 .1 M L'KrV;V- iulm it 'WfTlsotX I) McPherson J W Parks ], liiininiel G 11 Gardner K Olson V W lioppea K (" Rotrers ()L-;CI"� eland .I.>hn  W   C.x (,'   1'  Farrell Will   II SwBTef. F l.anibert The Alden - AND ~ Tub Factory, One door west o< Oavid'tOrug Store, Water Street. Speeial attention to firsl-class repair work.   Give ine a call. J. B. HOSIER, Prop d aud ready Cor au it ? Aud ran thajr tUck together la erery kind i>( weallter- Jaal let uiu Uslkt the elub oltbls clgir. I wa* Ihlnklug of the tleevelele. And Ihe Sice end other buge Tliittelasye like to ratile epldere webe, II Itwy wuuldnl tay "dallektlul" aud al�ay> tele bllo full. Every lliua the uutloii took their u^ly heedi. Ttiuee ere cbai)(lug~oheaalai[ saUlJy, ttat I biai.-* uie up eud hope That the wurda ihet eTulutluo  eaka i  lua Are ell falaa eud (tall eud llikl* -ei �e gat luto � I'kklo- JuAt aa aUTv a^ aur tttrety caii be Kvulullou f Why, It le�ott�t 'Vtl4l lUo kuiler weatbiii get.*, Vblnnef tluth audihKkvi Si�� .ouiu u�uJ lu biutd, ttui t dwd^ Uie full AoluOvu I'M tied out bit MiutuOiM, 1)4 Ue UktekuaM lA tlia aiao, II tttu �t.li>;i4t) ilMuid lUw,  a il%�ea tiwt'lTlakoi aad iNbuNaaer Xmyui. AUat ikaa f^mmtmt haltie vu *it nalekHte %t �Ma Hadwajr ai� Whid bv �i .>'*^i>u�>. IOVW4'lhl.i Ultllw al a>l piu4uUmmU Vtikm. �ud bar lu U"-*^ M dl J. a. eaweii >��� OaM'ttka a I'M ael^   

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