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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - September 19, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                ettaiirf BDnd*   *'*�"""< "� '"h month. AU DlillOO-IiODODE, Vo. m, K. of P.-Iteatlnn , the nt.i ftDd third Tu�d�r �T�nlnii of .2K rtrnnt, K. oJ 11. and a. . . ]J|A11K J, ruiiiir. -   AtlortiariiuidCoanacilorfttlAw. . ^VJ!',* ����'�<'"" Iff' on tooolleri'onn. bfl"o� P. rnisDiB, If. B. PWjrftieUB and SnrseoB,     ' Offloo oT�r Eofttlnc'i lUnlwu* Aljea alova, Btorc. BAHBER AND HAIBBBESSEB. Agtmt forVaMmua 8l*am.k4p Z4�t �n - 7�rm loftu nsKOttit'*'! on'lontr or Bhorl tlmo/Bt low raton o( Intaroti. A Iftrgo lint of lr�proT^4 ftnj un^yT^rroy'**^ Shelfjaniwari^ iMBFirtTilliCiBifT, Tinware & Woodenware, luSMt ud BsHt (toak at COOK & mTIN& STOVES iBAHOfiS to tlW HMktl.____J__:------ PITFALLS THAT- CONSTANTLY LURK FOR THE UNWARY. Muilltitil i�i pH murdered John Adlclt, n tri'Kh  Importutlon from Ocrmany, Jump od from tho nopuiid "tory window of tho houKo ul 160 Whcrmiin itrcot   Kl H   oVInclr [yrattordny niofnlnR. .' Ut niui torrlUly lii-[Jtirwl nnd will proli-ialily_illc._Ctii2C�l_�diti fonr and tho (ln�lro to li'icttpo from two notorious colorpd wotii-wi-wlio lind ontlwrt-l Win-u. thn pliico, Adlrk di ,   Tho   window w�� piiriliilly up, nnd hluhor ho upranK out Into tho Ho (I'll hond foremost to tho Kround. _� a I)EhJ^KIIVOL rirlllT roi.t.owko -______ mnrdpr, or other flagrnnt broach of l�w, opoiirR, In hnr normal condition and proper sphorn, for purer and moro honorablo man hnr "complomcnt," tho "lord of TntKK YOU, Bin; \tiix mnii," WlI.riAM Aldaa, TP*' JKSECKER'S PERFUMES StIRPUS ill Cupilitin h QUlim iM SHU. The Unre rnrlHr. AtquUtln odon and lutUc qntUtr r�rfunn�-*!�� mada Urm o�l�l)nto4 m�k kion w6clDBU.; A'it'pJj W your Oratfiilforhmm mA HiCKSECKER'S TOOTH POWDEH u rnT�rlAbtj pronoun��l tb� flnvit Pevd^r tn mxlat-fart. 11 ffUArtnUaa ciemn t*�tb. vwMt br�aU and rutir lams. Duj and trj i/youArs ROlalrMdy tuUf li. RiCKSECKER'S FACE POWDER ft^�lTp� tb� hlffhni Ifidorwmcnt tTery whrro. Thm �U��ltunt\..ndjoll�muwU�l��yf.        ^ -~ IHIO. KieitEOtER. FERFUMER, NEW TORL NOTARY PUBLIC, Beai Estate, CoDectloii and' losnranco Farm "and Town Property _      . FOB BAUI AXO BBMT. BANK OF ALDE5, _______BBHJ. BiaDSAlL &-803I,------ Aldeni Hordln Cduntv, Iowa. CHICAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA SiiortGst, Quickest and Only Direct IM iLKi) ClUCAGO, SULWIUKEB ._________iM) ALLJEAStERH PODiTS. Passengers Can Save FROM 2 HOURS TO 0 BETTTEBU   '       ' CHICAGO AHD POINTS ON THIS UNE BT^TAKtSO THIS SHORT ROUTE. CONNECTIONS AT ELmm.V JUSCTIOS with tho Chicago and NorthwobU-rn nail^ny for Tama City, Cedar Ilnplds, Cllnlon, Chlca�), Mihraukco, Dos Mninca, Council Bluua, Ht. Paul, Sllnnonpollg and all point* lii DakoU.'Kcbrasku, Kansas and tho WosL - ELDOIU with tho Central Iowa Railway for poInlj.Ndrlb and South. andinrnois CVnlrnl Railways, for Water-loQ. Dubuijuo, Fort DoJgo and Sloui Cily. For all Infornllon about Freight oi PaAsongcr RnU-s. apply Ui our local Ag�nti lor wWnuS'thotJfnt^ral-Frcight-aTid^PM-ienger AgcDt at Eldorn, Iowa. Ht^Mitn" "'fit>"Hli�u�l iluuhlod hj the ron-tiiot with lh� puvciiii'nt, and hl� head and loRB wi-ro tmdly Injurrd. lie wan rcmuTcd t� tho Oouiity Ihwpltiil. whore tho physl-clnoA HUy tlitil h*- Ih al.-m> Injurod IntomuMy, und hU i'liiih-i-. for rci-ovrry arc sIlRht. Adlck ha^ tmly l>t*rn In tho country a fow wi-ck� and wuii .ilopplnn at tho Aniorlcan noloK rorner_iif, _Vjm_Jiujen_nnd Kranldto-ntrtriilii. Tlmrwlay night, wbllo strolllnji alM>ut thi- .seldom made 'the proleRcs of rich patrons of art. DwuaiT IlAi.invi.v. CuicAoo, IIL , Our Indu.trlal l.lfx. 'Said 1 to my banker friond; "State to ine yonr notion of the greatest evil in our industrial life." "I think it i.s tho eicessivo proflt overrbody in trade expects to have. II i.s above and outside of all legislative assistance. We havo had tmtil recent-Xv laws limiting tho rate of interest, and declaring anything abovo ~ pel cent, ot 11 per cent, to bo usnrv : hut 00 per cent, is the law ot. the trade*--maiL. ia dealing, with- Iii�- dnstonier. Yon see it in beet, which coUsless than four cents a jxMind and is sold to the ultimate consumer at from si.ivteen to twenty-five. "Tho cheapest thing in the whole market is oil, and that is the subject otihe tn ostein t-erf ereitttsr nnd4n reality^ Jhg_declaimprs nnainst the oil--interest- 'ikiiiR youna man, who his back to I he one learn how ili.> wheat 1 tiirri." n-nii.n>lrated not  conicrni'd with JOHN PORTER, a�a'< Manager. W. 8. PORTER, a. r, ami P. A. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD. 0 L�aa on Boal EsUle. ROBERT HOLMES, Liiinber, Gement nv asidn hMt^^Tdl and dlscloted a fair face and an abundance of blonde hair. r~Tbe yorrarTUiTi "t�lrTr~rocajr�sipHr liv-' lentHt. waa lihi,mri�riiM) at the tulqlliuent ot the pttnih at. Some years aRO a muiUur omirr-l the Palmer House, In which tie- f.oir ele. nients of this -old rhyme" were a}l cn-splcnously pre  uf .lohn I'l-ll'ow-. thai'.r Charlie .Stiles fully  Inve-iiL-ai-d ard the Mnall'-~t  il.-talls piililUle'l at the litae. .Stiles waa  i.;di-d hini .1 handsome  ine.1:11..    Like   l'rlli>�~.   !;. came fr4im a >',ii'.oirv i,,wn. but unliUe the   victim of a  fnrl�itii-teller. he �host ^ uf f ri*i{HU- H-r;*l--'VtT-- rT-JTtrdr-rl iT-r^r:- are those who are not satisfied to see it cheap. In order to make oil cheap enough for tho whole world to use it, those who control it have put dowii aiiparatus, such as iiirc; and stenm" engines, getting rid oven of the rail-Toad tax ujKin the iirr>diicf, Tliey leave out of their purchase system certain Weils tho owners of which demand to bo bonght. up, and if an exce.-i.sr. e inico was paid for suj>erl!nous wells of i course tho tar would have to lo put ^-L-upoii-the-jtrotlneHtrtr;--------- "N'nw,   there is  no  artir'.o  jtl-.ifii i .\niorica  jdodutes which sta'.:db the test of prices in all  coiintiies  like Aiiierican oil." Tt noes to i'.Rviit. to tho { Uarhary States, to the .A ia:i..- States, i to i�>or countries like I'enniark ami Kor'uay. where the Auieriean  'lag is the  fttiuilinr sign  for   liurning  oil. Tliiise people do not c\cliiiii) ag.iiiisl tho price. T.Vmi~whe:ryini~ail buy the � highest ruliiied oil for ?."> a liarn-l v. i the clioapo-st liurnini; tltiid in the wnr!.! I A barrel will   aliimst snjiply a  �arm-er's family for one yi-ar. and it e.,.t.i :  \\ lierea.s your gas bills in aiuiost auy IhiUHe in a cily will bo j.". u ii:ii;iih. "I do not take up this to].i,-." -aid tho genflnian,- "eveept that it cpis^i's my iiiiiul. If the .Vmerira 1 pire li. knew, however, how niueu Ihev have to jMiy intermediates, ihey would -ee how this rich, abundant country i-i>,!iii!ir-( ,, to be the iiRi.st expensive in the woiiil." ' - ijiUh; ' Tli� rr,>cin��Hp CoM\rr.,allui. l-;jr:T. The progressive ediivcrsatioii t irtv is havitig .luite a run.   Us [ioi.-.i::i. i-V is largely due to the fact   thai    iiv ii'iiiiber may be invited. althii".:_'h : nior.' than tweiitv euu lpee.:-i!v lii.u: liii.il , A -. di pair. �..Ii . "1 .ik aged.    Say you haw tic:,', imileil L-uests, then tli,. eil.li iiiiinbei-." must he arraiiRmi li.' other  ill  a  eiintiiuuoi- li-;t-rihbon 'oUes them totreth.;-. shaile beiii;^ Used fm- ea. ii \ setidi�;^out the iuvitafiii-i   tie ior the e^ening are iiieludrd.    V ii c.anl is tied with a liiii'row ri'.lM :!!�� cx\:i.eclilig ribbon^ uU Uo- .I:;.! . Tajly I'aiila as .iii i-i'f^;e--i.e eii.-i;;... hold a li:iy riblKV.i whioii uiatelie-card iii-et the i'liair.   'rhes.-.ire j.t-r^TTi-. upon two plate-, -one (,ir the l.nii.-i .and tlie oihe. h^r the g.-ntlemei;.    I li  leifr-c tile to( ie-j de..-iJ.....l upon for>';ii 'i ���t �.! cliairs are i.ntirelv fn.-eJRu  to i-.uh ullier.   Wlieu a!l ni'  ili" g-ie^t jiay!!...J-!lii>i'tl-JLi:llxJ-the--ta-k**--i-t--r- -ilioiij; nuiii m, I-. ,:..A.vi>-i.su Xkailu H..V, >v.\i.tf.- havti. "men about town" as one of the ii..st boys Itvlna,  Such |�)pularity wa� m.i. conlined to llie >terner s,.v,  however. ' Stiles became, enamored of a beuutlfui ' -----,-----; To siren, a young Italian .Vomun named i �' SOlJ stara-is deelaiod thu Madeline Siarlata.       '�   ______ 1 winner of the |)rize.-i*Ai7(u/e'^  a be'.l when tho buzz of coir.er-alioir be-Rius. The judges chosen pa.ss >lov.ti the lino and criticise. Ten uiiiiu liavitig e.vpirod the best convcrsatiu.. i.sl reeeivea upon her tally card, a g. jitar .itid tho vuuiiiuahoU a silver � Then nil change seats, tho ladies vaiiciiig one seat and the' gentle relreatiuK. Wheu ten change)* l.a.o boon made tho one having the greatest If.es dd -tai. ad- Stlloa leaving her-to walk Into thu city from a roud-house where he liad driven her In a buggy. Wearied wltli her long tramp, and buruinK with all ilievenguful 'j:agu.-uf her ImihUutViiS nii' ttt. Tomson-So Mi�s isoure jilted you, � Johnson 'I _ Johasun (gadiy^-Yea. I feel Uluu about it, too.    ^ Tomsun-Cheer tip, my friend. Kow, do vou really think you have losV ijauoh ?      �> "    ,    : - ....... ' Jolinson (tooiriB aaillyj-Ve�, ladeed. Wlik Tomabn, abe'a worth a half .%. miiOon, if ahA'a woith a o^'nt.-ITati^ MtmmaAt,----r 1 AfcW -   

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