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Alden Times (Newspaper) - November 12, 1909, Alden, Iowa VOLUJME 32 AtDEN, [dWA FRIDAY NOVBMBER 12, 1909 NUMBER o4 Will Make An Effort. lown KallH Soullnal:-On iicuount of pofir hoaltb, Editor Nlnhols last wiiok told a half Inierent Id bis newH-paper to 0. B. Smith, who rornierly bad ao Interest in tho UoIod Star, and later edited for a brief time the OruDdy Oaolor Bepublicao. Ho wa� foreinan In the Uitlioa oQloebere yearn ago and Is a worthy youQK man. They have b
-tles all competition, deals with labor disorders and dictates prices to- both hemispheres irgrapWcally told In the stage narrative. There Is an ai^rb-Inn love story woven into the plot. jQhnjGaulonisjwn falls In love with May Keating the daughter of an: old-time business rival of the meatb�coo-Tbe match Is naturally abborant to tbe old man and at a crisis "in: tbe play disinherits his son and tbjowa bin out ot the business. How tbe woDMin beards tbe old stock-}'atds Hon in his den and kococeds in ire-�e-tablisblng', her lover forms the.uiosC thrilling scene in the drama. Maybe Always. The Times editor met a man ilrom Eagle Grove the other day who knows a good deafl about the Northwes^rn managemeDt and, occasionally, bas something to do with it. TClieo asked the prevalilPg question <9t a-Wbltney and tio be bout how long Mart Jack McPIWTSOD were likely kept at IBagleOruve, heroplledl; 'Ob, maybe always. Tb-sy are slated for ezamloatlon for coD.ductor runs, and they stand high up on the Uet for extra work. - Tbat is' (he way we pub then* on, jrou know. A new. oonduotor gets oalled out,- fo.r special xuns and iibtbing else, for-^ a while. Tbe^ro�d5l|auyio8l8tod . they- must. comVto-ettgle Srore and get acquaints ed'wlththe main lioe be tcao be would list tbem ap at all, aa(*< toeo, when tbTy pasrup tbue wo old^ no sensa ^riia^t'iaiqw�Dce fbr.a lirlng, baaiia.lheltilring in Ald,�Q, Na special runs ever start front, here and lb wouldn't doltbem 'muoh good to be on tbe oondoobor list aadaofr wberis ealler ooald lar'aands on- tbem
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