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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - November 12, 1909, Alden, Iowa                                 VOLUME 32  ALDEN, IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1900  Will Make An Effort.  Iowa Fall* Sen ti nil:—On account of poor health, Editor Nichols last week told a half Intermit In big newspaper to C. K. .Smith, who formerly had an Interrat In the (’nion Star, • od later edited for a brief time the Grundy Center Republican. Ile wan foreman lo the (JItteen office here yearn ago and I* a worthy young man. They have bought a Junior type netting machine and state they will make an effort'publish a good paper. Mr Smith baa leased the Dr. L. B.Mor ton collage on Roeksylvanis and mo* ad Ilia rainily here from (Grundy ( rn* tar last week.  •mile whenever they want to. Hut the other fellow a almost never smile, If they do. it Is an far beneath their blanket* that you can’t see It. They have a solemn, pre occupied, dreamt, look. They like to aer the worrrm and children get out of the way. They like to go into a grocery store and watch the people scatter and see how quickly the merchant covers up his butter barrel and rolls Into th* bark room.  and they couldn’t do that by constd-erabje -too many    Let ween them.  Alden has quite a reputation over the state for turning out dependable railroad inen-thelr Is quite a bunch of them ai Waterloo and some more at Fort Dodge, Then Madison, Wls cousin and Sioux City, I understand, have acme native Aided ten who have climbed up and hold official po Billons, lf Whitney and McPherson  NUMBER ■ J  S.,  T. H. HURST, D. D  Dental Surgeon  Extract log, puts »o<l Fridge worn office  Pl  over Hnaktn a Hsn-.tn hardware store  No doubt they are aa jean pull themselves up ut of the happy as ran I* all the .lay long, but conductor list aud get something of  These I that order, moat likely they would go  FRANK W. HURD  (lowa s land man)  Ila* a large list of land, city property thy bnaltiMMMw.  Aet His List. William*'. Iowa.  and  Must Hurry Up.  Only one more summer remains for the Chicago ft Northwestern railroad to make its title good to the right-of way between Alden and Eagle Grove. And, too, there Is only one way to do It. When the splendid bridges and culverts were put In, northwest of town, and the long stretches of grade thrown up through the woods and a-eros* the flats toward Popejoy, there seemed little doubt about rails being promptly laid and rolling stsick put on witnln a short time But there bas been a hitch somewhere and all the upper aute traffic has to detour around by Jewell Junction whpre the congestion la simply terrible. Thirty miles of track across sountry, with a good town within a mile of the southern terminus of Wall Lake, which ould be exactly half way from Eagle would allow  they almost never show it ar.- the bunk *konter Indians. They get fifty cents a quart at the drug Morea and spend It mostly for coffee and a cheap brand of chew tobak.   1  to Chicago to live.”  Byers.Lyon.  Mr. Frank Crockett Byers of Ced Rapids sod Mira Myra Lyon, daug  Trapping License.  Many inquiries have been made recently as to whether a hunters license la required to enable people to trap. It la not required. Anybody who owns traps and knows where the muskrats and mink live, can go and of I get them without any license. The regard to hunter's license  r  The Storm Season is Here!  •3  I  Jal  |  A  HT' Buy storm doors anti Hor rn windows and save what they bill the first winter.  cost you in your coal  ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E Lron  ■"« ct, WTW r,Z7V n !,  rnc  ; ud " n Li   hued red friend, or the bride andL ln‘thV«.te,"-“-Vh' Sa” lf room -ere pretor b,  ln ,„at, u n. \ M0rlt p ,„ urlQfa  ,^-^12r  provided  Dr.  Grove to Alden,  traffic an almost straight flow to Chicago. It look* like the opportunity of a generation for the Northwestern to begin *piking rail-* into place as soon as It can assemble material. One year from now will be too late, and abutting land owners can lake poaaesslon of the right-of-way as their private property.  The ceremony was performed by W I). Williams.  The bride haw been prominent In social and musical circle* in her home city ever since she took up her real-deuce there and is a member of the Delta Gamma sorority.  The gr .oui was boro In Alden and resided here up to the time of blade-parture to take a higher course of Instruction. He graduated from the law department of the state uolver-  tblel #Jt * * fl    and ba * engaged in  the practice of law at Cedar  Gifford  Donald Robertson.  Considerable rn u r n nas been created by the announcement that the noted actor, Donald Ho ben ion and his company of players from the Art Institute Chicago arc to present “The Art of Life" at the Metrop Itan In Iowa Fails, Monday night, November 15th. The story hinges around Philip Laughlin and bls wife who have lived happily to a  Rapids I age in comparative poverty ever since. He is, at present, a*a4et-Uubde«ly acquired wealth gives ant city attorney of Cedar Rapid*, toe opportunity of realizing Mr. Byars is a member of the Sigma own Ideas of happiness. They Nu fraternity and a nephew of J. C deniy Uncovered that they •od F. W. Crockett.    I    nothing    lo    common    but their  Btruggies for lift. The husband  Gifford Secor Eldora Hughes Owas i Iowa Falls Alden  Northwestern Line.  GOING SOUTH 8:45 a rn 7:25 a rn  ”    7:50 a m  ”    8:05 a rn  ”    8:45 a rn  "    8:55 a rn  Ar;    9:30 a rn  GOING NORTH.  Lv A r  3:45 p rn 4.00 p rn  4:20 p m 4:30 p rn 4:50 p ai 5:00 p rn 5:20 p iii  Don t put of! cause you can’t ijct the just unloaded a car—it’s still have plenty for all.  L9 We have in stock you want,  rn  I  Sal  my erment  cement. We have going fast but we  work r.  ill the s inch tile  VV. J. Att wool I.  aa?:  10:04 a rn 5:40 p in 10:25 a in *:55 p hi 10:55 a rn ii:lo. p in ll:10 a rn 5:20 p nj 11:25 a rn 0:30 p rn 11:55 a rn 0:55 p rn 12:15 p rn 7:15 p ui  Illinois Central  now  At The Metropolitan. I seeks the beautiful things of life Patrons of the Metropolitan at "bilo the wife seeks social diversions. Iowa lall&are lo have another oppor- The two l*ecome so estranged that The Day After    I tUn,ty lo  **•  0De of lhf bl * Sbubert I tdey are on the verge of divorce when  "I just ache    all    ove-    particularly    * tlractl( ‘ n9 ’    »"angeitflifcu having U sudden shock    awaken*    the    pair    to  my back ”     1    lhe     *PP«*nmce    there    their danger and the tragedy Is avert-  “M,-rl.u,.nd M pecl.ll,a.,,Uht    *««*.    I*«•- Th. corned, I, „| U I ever,  wrist,    Is    all    swollen up.”    “ ()UI  P*V  of  American Fin-    «cene and while the shoe plnchen  “You    see    I    had    to throw    rom    so n.T, .?'*?*' 1°** ' ;u “ tu0 ”  from    0CcM, ' J0 * ,, y 'n the sparkling dialogue  There    were    six    of    us    buskin*    i     Artbur J  Eddy, as pre- the author’* Insight Is ho    keen    that   M     I * “ted si* months In Now York and    his powerful portrayal of life leaves  y    arm J f our  months at the Garrick In Chica- Un Impression that will be food for  go. rho play    is something on the or- [ long reflection.  der of “The    Lion- and the Moo**”,  fay.  on one side of the wagon, and ahoulder, Oh my’  “Nett lime I am going to husk on  Lrr:, j;i  r * iu ' r  r ^ *l «■« *•*£>  on’rnI X\ Th “ ' , ‘ ,Wh     w.itaUl,  Pl.urU     r     “ b * d     “    hi ““PHW amt,OI or th.  business of the world. How ho throttles all competition, deals with labor The Christmas News. disorders and dictates prices tv both In order that the douhlc-stxed J hemispheres is graphically told In the Christmas edition of the Spencer * la «e narrative. There is an a •jaorh-Store News may all oeprlnted, fold-  ln *  Iove  atory woven loto the plot. od and malled to its readers by the John Canton's son rails In lore with appointed time, printing has already (  Ma J Heating the daughter of an old-commenced no It. This seems pretty I t4me  business rival of the meat b aron. early, as ilia edItlou from what we  Tbe  match Is naturally abborant to have already seen of It, It Is going to  the old ,uun a nd at a crisis to the  be full to overflowing. We have not P la / disinherits his son and tb.rowe  asked Mr. Spencer'* permission tor 11 ®  out  °*  lbe  business. How the  aay bo,but we want to get our readers  wonj an beards the old stock-) 'arda a quiet bint. The next number of J ^ or>  IBs den and succeeds Id iPt-ea-tba Store News will lie the prettiest I toWlahlng; her lover forms the moat  OMA hVRP got if nut    t .    ...    I ♦ Iv a»i 111 rt.i    — I _ *1__  one fever sent out. It will Christmas present all by Itself.  be a  tbrl li ,n K scene lo the drama.  Maybe Always.  The Times editor met a mao i.'rom Eagle Grove the other day who knows  Telephone Improvements,  The force of men engaged lo curt-. -    __________ ____   Hog In” the new telephone carnie U  deaI ab<JUt  the Northwestern from the aouth-weat part of to mu “ansgemeut and, occasionally, ha* promises to have their work complot- J " ometb,n k to do with it. TPben ed witnln a abort time and all the J a8ked tbe  prevailing question A a-llnes from that section working | 0 . I bout bow  l 0I »« Mart Whitney and aide a lead tube Instead of on exposed  Jack Mcplwrao o "ere likely i,o be ateei and copper wires. Unavoidably  kept at Ea « le  Grove, he replied:. during the change, some confusion '‘ 0t1, a3a >' be  always. Th *y are results, but considerably less tban[ !d **'® d  ^°r examination for conductor would happen lf the utmost care. was  runa *  anfl  they stand high up on the not observed lo making the trai lifers.  U#t for  ® xtra work - That Is {he way In the end, the Increased d epend-  we put 0D » J ou  lenow. a new Ablilty of the service will more than  w,ndu <5K’r get* called out fo.r special atoos for all present loconveni encea. | ruDaand  nothing else, for a while.  The road mas let Insisted they must com* to eagle (drove and get acquaint cd with the main Hoe be fore he would list them up atall, and, ub e0( wlieo  they pass up there wo old be no sense baa in their living In Ald .en. No special the I runs ever sun from bere and It  Twenty-One Years Ago.  Coadeuaed rr»m TI ox* of Not »,    is**.  —M. Utley returned from Chicago Munday afternoon.  —Geo. Groner has just got a fine ‘bus from independence which he lias put on Uie mail route.  -*-B. Eightball received two cars of apples this week that bn father has been ptckiog In Ohio for Ute past few weeks.  Mrs. M. Pritchard returned from a pleasant visit In the families of Gurley and Sherman Pritchard at Belmond, Monday.  Married at the residence of the anorim’s parents on Saturday, Novembers, 1888, Mr William Donald-son and Miss Nellie Olson, Rev. Harvey of Dows officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Miller, C. B. Catlin and Mlsa Alice Catlin of this place attend      f  OOI  I    NG WEST. No 3       1  Chicago    8:10 am ,      . Dubuque    I 45 p m      Waterloo    4:35 p in      Ackley    5:58 p rn      Iowa Falls    8:20      Alden    8.32 p rn      Williams    8:49 p in      Webster City    7:15 pm      Fort Dodge, Ar 8:U0 p ai      GOING EAST.  No 6      Fort Dodge, Lv    7:00 a in      Webster City    7:35 a rn      Williams    7:58 a rn      Alden    8:11 a rn      Iowa Falls    8:25 a rn      Ackley    8:43 a rn      Waterloo    10:00 a rn      Dubuque Ar    12:45 p rn      Dubuque, Lv    12:55 p m      Chicago, Ar    8:20 p rn      R. w. QUANTE, A     No 21  b oo a rn H:45 a rn 9:58 a rn IU: 18 a rn 10:21* a m 10:45 a in 11.08 a rn I 11:5o a rn  !USU°U°’1  . 6 "of  T Oi'r,r  '    - r» r  ie Alden Mill Cc  ompan\  Manufacturer' and I>calers In  FLOUR, CORN MEAL. GRAHAM,  URAN, WHEAT SCREENINGS. KTC.  Custom Grinding a Sutxiaitv  Let  Phone 56  Us see sample* or Your Win at.  Hie Alden .Mill Company  bi    I  ■oiler cie r —  Ask about our Majiazinc Clubs,  No 22 2:15 p m 3:00 p rn 3:30 p rn .3:48 p rn 4:05 p m 4:25 p in «:00 p rn 0:15 p iii  LIVESTOCK AUCTIONEER  Telephone at my expense for TERMS and DATES.  Agent.  GOING  Iowa Falls, Lv Rurdette Rope joy Dows  Dows Popejoy Rurdette Iowa Falls, Lv  NORTH. No 431 11 m a in 12:10 p in 12:10 p m 12:30 p rn GOING SOUTH. No 414 0:2?  No 419  3:45 a iii  you  4:15  p rn  As I already have many dates taken, .1 will be glad to hear from soon.  References:    Those    for whom I  have conducted sales.  0  Chas. VV. Marvel, Auctioneer,  Websetr City, Iowa.  it  9:55 p in   v  They Seldom Smil-s.  The ordinary Indian who traps oBuakrat for fun and draws his got* eminent allowance for a Hying been lo sod oat of Al den by  SKK “ m • T  “lr  m r :  I " o “' ,i;;rt '  aoT ' , ’ ; “    «  I tha d!™.!  MoD  November th. CDdoclor lot     Mnd riot     „ 6er „    ^  liwll, Plck^ wL '° Uld     **     c *"«r«»>"ll»/ M.    on    them    for  . f °  WM ‘    di,    duty -hen lh., , ere  ,„ M Mwit   ... .     D ‘ orDU     «     lh * » klM l| i.J likely they w*Jt li».| n     Oro..    »,  had for sale or swap. were bo dry they hardly wiped off    more    on the  squaw who carri* d them around under her Arm. Ti nose ordinary Indiana  loog as they stay wit!) the road. Tc hold their job# and live In Alden they would havo to bump that mao Wise who hag juntcomedown here to live  ad the wedding  —A large number of new books have bee/) ordered for the library and will be bt're lo a few d*ys.  — Mar.-led October 27, Mr. Edwin Peterson of Webster Co. and Miss Mary Erickson of Oakland.  Otto Schultz, who Is clerking for John Wilde, at Dows, spent Sunday at borne.  Market report Novemlier 8, 1888: Hog 84.TTI; corn 18:butter 20; eggt 19 chickens 4,  -Ghoslin Bros, have erected a wind engine fcr Thos. Clayton.  —Ellsworth Tom Inst <n, who spent the summer In Dakota, Is visiting In Alden.  —W. W. Jones and wife, although entirely free from yellow fever contact, are prevented from coming north, as they very much desire to do, by rigid quarantine laws  - Word has been received In Alden of the death, at -Pulailka, Florida,, of Mrs. J. fl. Matthews, formerly a resident of this place.  Frebert Pagel, who bas been attending business college at Cedar Rapids ii at home for a two week’s vacation.  Trains No 414 and 4 Unstop on fpr long-distance passengers.  St. Paul ft Des Moines Railroad “Des Moines Short Line,’’ SOUTH  GOING         No 3    No I      St Paul    8;30a rn          Mason City    2:20 p rn    6:40 a rn      Hampton    3:34 pm    7:44 a rn      Iowa Falls    4:20 p iii    8:25 a rn      Racine    4:28 p rn    8:40 a in      Buckeye    4:13 p rn    8:4»> a iii      Des Mollies    7:11 pm    11:10 a rn      GOING NORTH              No 2    No 4      !>es Moines    8;46 a rn    3:15 pm      Buckeye    11.10 a rn    5:40 p in      Racine    11:16 a rn    5:47 p m      Iowa Falls    11:35 a in    6:08 p rn      Hampton    12:11 p rn    8:43 p rn      Mason City    1:15 p m    7:45 p hi      St I*aul    8:30 p rn .      Numbers I and 4 are dally except      sunday.             Portrait Special  AT THE  FOX STL DIO  . -—£s  For one week beginning November, 8th. I will make 10% discount on ex 11 mounted portraits and enlargements. Holidays w  soon be here and fine make the best gifts.  Satisfaction Guaranteed.  lf  portraits  cL a  noU) handia tho vory finoat quality Bond  Stationary.  Studio open every day except Sunday untilt New Nears.  Come and inspect my work. *  J. Edwin Pox, Photographer.  £   

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