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Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - August 21, 1903, Moulton, Iowa VOL. WASH ON THE POTOMAC President Roosevelt and Gov. Durbin Agree on Conditions Affecting the President Roosevelt the ofn letter to Durbin made public a homily on lynching anil the growth of that crime in this a which has nailed forth editorial from newspapers of all parties and in all parts of the The president calls on sin enlightened sentiment to oppose with all its the tendency to moli He declares that Lynch law is that lawlessness grows with what it feeds and that when mobs with impunity lynch criminals for one crime they certain to begin to lynch or criminals for n statement which haH been borne out within the recent when tho telegraphic news has brought word of lynchings for assault and murder and in one instance lor simple The president points out that when the minds of men are habituated to the use of torture to avenge crimes of a revolting other lawless bodies will avail themselves of torture to avengo crimes of an ordinary The president also calls upon the negro race to recognize that the member of that race who perpetrates that crime which most often results in lynching commits a crime against his race than is possible for a white man ami that the negroes themselves be prompt to aid in the apprehension of this class of a The occasion of Secretary relinquishment or the portfolio of which is a matter of grave regret to the is Mrs. objection to living in dislike to Washington society where her social duties necessitate her enteriA of officials rather than of a select of friends most congenial to herself and her and Mr. Root's desire to resume his law practice in New While neither Secretary nor Mrs. Hoot have referred to she financial end of the it is known that the most economical member of the Cabinet cannot live within his unless he be a and that in a cabinet member's expenses amount to from two to three tunes his f- The appointment of Taft is regarded the logical selection for the vacancy which will be made by Mr. Root's retirement Taft has administered the of the Philippines the most trying circumstances with great credit to his country and to himself and it is probable that the most problems which will confront the secretary of war in the next few years will relate to the island possessions of this so that intimate knowledge of Philippine affairs renders him especially While there have been many prominent republicans who favored Taft's candidacy for the vice-presidential it is doubt fill if the governor himself ever looked with favor on the and if he is appointed secretary of war the will probably urge his political friends to abandon their campaign for Taft before the national With Tail out of the Senator is the most talked of candidate and although tho Senator is not anxious for the honor many of the prominent men of his own state favor especially as they hope to reward Durbin for his faithful services as chiel executive of the state with a seat in the Another change in the cabinet which will doubtless take place as soon if not before Secretary Root's will bo occasioned by Postmaster Payne's Mr. Payne is deter mined not to retire and the will stand by him in that but Mr. Payne's health will not permit of his retaining his present position a alter the investigation is The only man thus far mentioned as a likely successor to Mr. Payne is of it is might strengthen the party in Illinois and counteract the effects of in important The old rumor that Secretary of Agriculture Wilson will retire from the Cabinet to the presidency of the Iowa Agricultural life is again in but may prove to be only weather There have been no really developments in the investigation during the past week although such are looked for at almost any A ease is believed to have been secured against the responsible for the wholesale use of the mails I y fraud ill lit turf but the opinion of the Attorney General will be secured before an attempt to secure an indictment is The evidence in a number of important eases is now before the grand Jury and a batch of important indictments is expected within ten days at the The Case is About Like j WK don't claim to have finest store in the But we u well stock of Merchandise which is to the of every one needing goods in our line to Examine quality and trick In the Face of an Advanced Market We Are Able to Sell $ Goods at About the Same Old Our assortment consists of an elegant line of Dress Goods and Waistings for fall and 3i All new and up-to-date and Dp OUTING Large assortment of patterns to select quality Price 5c, and 10c. & COTTON FLANNELS 10, 12, $ Nice 10 and 6, 7Kt, 10, 12is, | SHIRTINGS 1(1 and Large UNBLEACHED 7 ami 8c. BLEACHED 7'L., CAMBRIA 10 and 12'^. Large in and for old and SCHOOL aim Composition WEEKLY TRIBUNE Official ol APPANOOSE AUGUST 21, 1903. No. 30 SEEDS OF ANARCHY What Violent Hay Temple Graves in John Temple well known lecturer anil newspaper man of tlie is not generally considered an a dangerous lint lie is. lie is Mattering seeds anarchy and In: ought to he restrained or entirely just as any other would Hays the This man is upholding and mob rule with all the his ready tongue ean At N. an alleged center of culture and learn he addressed a Tuesday and before the thousands of assembled he defended the mob spirit as manifested in declaring that it is justified by rape and similar crimes it. lie declared further that would never be discontinued in the South or elsewhere until the is lu allowing this assailant of law and order such a prominent place on its the management of law and order such a prominent place on its the management of the summer school at Chautauqua did more harm than it can repair in dozens of His speech was inflammatory and its was exceedingly John Temple Graves is interesting no and he has the stamp of culture and but ho is all the more dangerous for that very It is not very lively that this Southern gentleman would himself by pulling a rope tied about the neck of some miserable black of a he is just as bad as the men who There is no between the man who encourages or procures a thing to be done than he who does it. Mob rule at a is but another form of and a man who defends it is more or less of an anarchist This man Graves might well lake note of Roosevelt's letter In Durbin and its splendid argument against mob lie might also well sit at the feet of his fellow Governor of and Governor of and Irani wis dom and good sense from Governor applaud the President's against His letter is a strong for Private and violence should never usurp the administration of justice through the forms uf otherwise the remedy is as fatal as the Governor Terrell was just as strong in denouncing mob The utterances of this southern lecturer have more the sound of a small man seeking for big notoriety lint Graves is in the lecture business and he may feel the need of he should be slipped into a pinhole and made to etay there until he promises to be Henry Ives the deposed Chicago federal building says Secretary Shaw's methods do not conform with his evidently comments the is not the first loafer who has found The Creston says Colonel Hepburn's tariff speech ia one of the best yet eloquent than Mr. convention and ' conclusive and convincing because the occasion of its delivery was not of Muro CAPT. 1.'. s. who la one of the brightest in the 1'nlted succeeds Hear Admiral Melville ns of tile bureau of Meum engineering with rank of The position or chief of buremi Is snld to In many the most Important in the naval and usually goes to tile most studious and in the eligible to the position Rue to pass a rigid before a hoard chosen for the llo answered all the questions put to him to the satisfaction of his examiners and the secretary Panama Canal in The Columbian government has defeated a franchise for a Panama The chances are now that that Nicaragua will get the A pretty Montana who is also described as a prominent church hold up two Bitter who were terro izing the took their pistols away and marched them to The City Journal explains that the of got her experience in that sort of thing at The of tlie Only the female mosquito Behold Miss I rise and The Eternal And though my fame Kests not on wearing Or casting Or having Or talking I get there just the And if thero is a Mr. In the He is not Why should he He is a And I do all the Goodness It keeps nie busy But 1 go about singing At my For why should we repine So long as there is work to Our sex has traduced long And what I ean do to show Mankind That the Eternal Feminine Can get there in great shape When she has the chance Is done as well as could he expected Under the this is my Tn. Seo you In the in the lu the Sit around and waits my Any time suits mo. J. L1 in Now York Sun. The Republicans of Washington met last There was a good attendance and the proceed ings were Chair V. called the meeting to order and on motion Rob R. Wilson was made temporary K. A. Walker and L. Vol and R. V. Kimes collectors of Vesta McCreary and J. G Rogers The method of voting was used and seemed to give satisfaction The object of the meeting was to select 17 delegates to the County Aug. 20, and to nominate one The results of the ballots W. F. Delegate at ' A K. Art L. V. 1!. John A. C. W. S. W. S. G. IV m. T. S. It. F. August G. S. C. Jesse Lewis Joe W. K. A. K. K. L. tioo W. M. C. W. Jus M. Vol tin motion Brockus and W. Hays were placed in nomination for The ballot decided and W. T. Hays was declared the by a vote of s to W. F. was reelected Township The delegation was not instructed to the County but it is presumed all will work for the best interests of the On motion of W. house When you want n physic that is mild and easy to take and certain to always use Stomach and Liver For sale L-y W. F. HE IS NOT A CHEERFUL Come early and get first choice JACKSON BROS. A couple of Seymour gentlemen were here Monday night ami one of them met with an he will not likely forget As we get it they had been out with a team over on a drunken spree and had tbp South of where they had up to tho full on the they dispense down During the night they come up here ami put up the team in Best's livery barn and then went up in the hay mow to About morning one of them concluded it was time to get up forgetting where he he walked of the mow and fell to the a of eight or nine and was pretty badly cut up the face and head and had the general ap penance of having passed through a cyclone and railroad wreck at the nik 11 A grievous wail comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed Back Liver complaint and to King's New Life fills they put an end to it They are gentle but Try them only 2,ie. Guaranteed by W. F. Berry drug man with the cheery You all know and you are glad you He is a blessing to his friends and strangers take to Everyone feels good when the cheerful man hoves in His coming drives out the shadows which have been lurking in gloomy His advent is like a stray streak of stealing in between gray No matter what the cheerful man's avocation everyone the better of having come in contact with He may be tho grocery or the ice or tin or the doctor but no matter what man \a always If he is the his smile gets him more orders than if he were The most exacting housewife never notices short weight when the sunny ice man hands in the daily supply of frozen The gas man's bills are not half so hard to pay when they sented by a collector with an illuminated And cheerful He is a man who is a veritable His patients look for his visit longingly and his ring at bell is worth all his Perhaps he has anything like the of the physician does not smile quite so but yon ean pist know thai he twice as The man Is not in the same class as the affable lie beats him by a head every The latter type is not alawys to be sometimes his polished ways are only on the But the cheerful man is nearly always good lie loves his fellow and he just as soon they knew it. lie may not have anything to give but his cheering words and kindly but they are given so generously that they are worth their weight in gold Tho cheerful mau is often abused for very which really endears him to liis but if anything should happen to take him away from tho haunts of men he is missed more than anyone ean possibly imagine and mostly by the very who have often called him an intolerable The cheerful man U all and away down ' pre- the door who has just some SHARPS AND FLATS FROM STATE CAPITAL Hard Year on the Big Annual State Miss This has been a pretty hard year for the About planting time the exceedingly wet weather it to gel the around plowed and it was almost impossible to plant Wet weather continued and tho cultivating bad to be done when the ground was too and as a when the warm weather came the fields were full of hard clods and the ground was in bad Much of the seed rotted in the and many of the farmers considered it unwise to It now seems that in many portions of the state at least per cent of the corn will fail lo and many of the farmers who had to use soft corn last year know that it is very inferior Much of the oats throughout the and in tho Northern some of the has been spoiled in by the continued The hay crop is generally are not taking of the opportunity to sow feed grains as millet and sugar hut are permitting corn which cannot possibly be worth to occupy laud that might produce a heavy crop of The condition of the farmer is but he has not yet learned to economize as much as will be necessary in the The Agricultural college is doing a wonderful work in promoting scientific It is too good a tiling not to be and now in places in tho state schools are advertising correspondence courses in Such a course cannot take the place of an experiment station where the student can come directly into contact with men of experience and especially ror the purpose of instructing The advantages of resident students are too apparent to require but in view of the widespread interest in agricultur it is well to sound a note of warning to farmers who contemplate investing their money in an agricultural education by and to say to them that if it is within their a even a short at the State school will be of much greater value than any information that can be acquired through the of stereotyped correspondence The really wide-awake farmer who is hungry for knowledge pertaining to his calling will not fail to visit the state fair which is only a week It is impossible to get the full benefit of the cultural without planning a systematic routine of study and The race Bide show and other places of amusement are likely to attract attention from the agricultural and horticultural Let the Iowa farmer who conies to Des this year make a thorough investigation of everything on from which he may secure ideas that will be to him in his own Let him go about it If interested in let him spend the greater portion of his time in the dairy where he will find all kinds of dairy machinery on and courteous men and women in attendance who will be to answer all his questions and consult with him on anything pertaining to the or if interested in live he will find enough to keep him busy in the various The stock pavillion which was erected last year renders the inspection of stock very comfortable If our friend desires to ascertain what is latest in labor saving he should go into the various machinery where the best ol almost every kind of machine used on a farm may be from a hand cream separator to a machine or a thrashing machine with a blow a self and an automatic More About the Big you allow nie space in your valuable paper to give to the Public some facts and figures of the noted drainage scheme which was in live years and defeated by the people at every stage the the Agitators tn he satisfied by the just and equitable decisions of the they are not satisfied for the majority to Tho property owners along the Chariton river bottom are American born and They willing to submit to the honorable and lust decisions of the Courts and are willing fur Hie majority to means to he true to your principles and for your rights and You if you donl want he governed by our laws; If yon flout want to submit to the just and equitable decisions of tlie if you are not satisfied for the majority tn rule you had better go hack to your native horn country because it will neither be pleasant nor profitable to you This Drainage proceedings was commenced and fought under the revised statutes where it if one hundred legal voters and tax payers of the county petition to the Board Supervisors to organize a if u to the public's welfare and convenience unci the Hoard ahull grant it Now we think this matter bu left entirely to the parties that are You people in Centerville and would you think of if we would sign a petition to pave the streets of Centerville and would involve you in a bonded that the next would have to We glad to say our are with us and think matter should be left to the ones would have to bear the burden to settle It. There were one hundred and property owners in the remonstrated and it and six for the It would the property owners ilu per acre to make the ditch that includes the excavation clearing of the right of and the damages So est by our was beyond doubt by practical physicians that the bottom comparatively was as healthy and no more sickness than on the And the roads were as good as the upland roads where properly Any school ten years would know that a It. wide and an average depth of 8 or 10 ft. would not prevent an overflow of the Engineer Sanders made an estimate if the ditch were cut and without any increased facilities for tlie outlet the increase of water over and above the capacity of the narrows would cover eighteen hundred acres of one In twenty four Engineer Walker figured on the urea of the Chariton on a basis of a four inch rainfall allowing two inches to percolate or go into the ground and It would take 'M days for that of water to pass through the Whenever Missouri will tit tho mouth of the Charlton and straighten it up to the state give us an outlet we are roady to cut the ditch and not The Charlton is no exception toother This year and last been the greatest periods that were ever known ill the way of destroying life and We must not overlook the attack made on our Illinois out here on ho did not know it was election he knew about the house the parties he wanted to see were on rained all day U the reason he stayed at the pays dollars than the pays cents for benevolent hollas got the good will of all his and friends ami knows how treat people Yours A. H. Stuck Want till and sheep at highest market any All the popular summer drinks of the season at the Davis The Appanoose Abstract and Realty Co. has a line list of Farms and City Properly for sale Farms to per Some lino in City Personal examination of all Realty Latest and most approved system of Cood rates on Southeast sq. SMITH &
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