Weekly Tribune, July 22, 1904

Weekly Tribune

July 22, 1904

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Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - July 22, 1904, Moulton, Iowa The American Home ' and Th i Weekly Tribune Homestead Papers and The Weekly One vul xxi APPANOOSE JULY 22, 1904. IN REAL LINE - Concluded lust Thero mutt be a reason why you stay in the same place for many } and you examine to buo what the trouble is. J lave you the determination to win? yon bound to get Do you try to do everything a little than anybody else about you? Are yon trying to be more more more methodical your work? Are you weeding out all slipshod slouchy boating and careless Aro you concise and direct in your Do you write your letters as carefully aud effectively as Aro you nent and tidy in your and polite and considerate in your Are you obliging to Are von in both when are your place of business and away from Do you realize vour employer is not tnat somebody is watching you con- for an advance and that your your your your your lack of ambition may be the that aro keeping yon Remember there is nothing small be aii indication by which your employer judges your character and takes your Are you trying to develop your sleeping to arouse your dormant Are you trying to act the Columbus to yourself and to make new of Take a careful inventory of check off the and weed out the enemies of your and you will find nothing to keep you Remember that it is the man who can do things about him never heard in an unusual short cut who gets to the If you are lame in your and just jog along as everybody else does about if you never think of any for improving your or extending the you may be sure that considering It is he is he is looking for men who can increase the volume of his transaction and can him to and improve the quality Oi his - WOODEN LEG IS HIS Cashier of Horse Market Is Surprised by the Strange Actions of a ' ' Lame who walked with a decided limp moved around the sale ring at the blue ribbon sale at Glenville the watching all the horses but paying particular the ting of a number were sold late In. the After sizing all consignments up he finally bid in a pair at and then made his way to the cashier's office to pay for After giving his name and address he NEWS to go Officers A the the in your least slip may Tho 40cts. Baus noce AMD OF THE m I I m & m m Gen. A. W. of Arctic chief of the Signal Corps is lie is very gray d quite He steps softly and his way alOng like an old During recent years he has aged assault he suffered a few years when Baltimore roughs their way into his was a severe The General will soon depart for Alaska upon an inspection go what position he occupies how much he how personal property aud real estate he what has been the decrease of las and may other equally important and in should peruse Bulletin of the Department of Commerce aud in the United It is a volume of 8:i3 amply illustrated with giving a mass of in- DRAWING ON HIS POOR BLIND JOE A. Bullet Had Robbed Him of But It Did Not Bob Him of His the And ef he didn't make me him a rebel colonel's tent a mile I'm a the colonel came and says come be So I He said I was done and couldn't do no more so he sent me. over to our after three I came At a recent encampment of im three old comrades met in. front of a company tent and began to exchange The that was passed but it was filled with strong instead of the that The most interesting story told by the trio was the which wo copy trom the American Wo were visiting the said the and among others wo saw poor Joe. He enlisted in the First Maryland and was plainly a As we passed along J the hall we first saw him crouched near an open lustily a bold soldier seeing a broad his I your my good he what is the matter with blind a at both eyes shot out nt one Poor J 06 was in the front at Antietam and a minie ball had passed directly through his his destroying his sight He was hut 20 years hut he was happy as a is I am very thankful I'm j It might have been yer he Then told his was he it knocked me I lay there all and next day the fight was 1 - stand the yer but the balls were flying all and I wanted to get I could not So I waited and and at last I heard a fellow groaning beyond me. I. be says 'a a says 1 says I. the matter with says yer says 1, a but do mo a little I Then I ole I cant my eyes are knocked but 1 can Come over Let's out of You pint the aud I'll tote yor the Hold on my back ' for says he Ami so we managed to Wo shook hands ou I a wink outer hiu ' VI did fer and ho did asked the to for a moment until ho secured the ier see him fish out a book and then go chasing for some one to identify .as he was a stranger to the people in the sales says the Cleveland Plain thisman carried his bank after asking the cashier to excuse him for a walked over to a chair and sat then rolled up his trousers leg to the knee and carefully unscrewed a wooden much to the wonderment of the extracted a large roll of bills from a hidden cavity in the artificial walking and after screwing on the leg again walked up and the as getting the money out of his wooden leg was an everyday nig to Seattle and attend formation which will surprise most ilio opening of the government cable - between those The General is much interested wireless has ordered a test of the Fessenden system between Forts right aud in New As chief of the Signal Corps lie not yet convinced tbat trustworthy lines of wireless can bo established for of the Signal Corps w ill also proceed to Alaska to aud establish tion Cape and St. across a distance of 170 In preparation for the coming maneuvers at 111 Greeley has two automobile supply which will be operated on the fields and roads to keep communication open between distant parts of the Going to attend tlie World's your furnishings at JACKSON BROS. Goods to make shirt waist hosiery and the kind for Men's fancy Dress Collars and fancy half - - Now one of the important things is to wear comfortable We sell the kind that all the Gents and Children s fine - Sugar Causes Many People who are excessively fond of sugar and confectionery called Prof. a British declares that kidney and liver complaints are caused by too much indulgence in Washington and Paris in. recent limes are the only capitals which have witnessed between contending forces for The past week was a memorable one in this a monument being unveiled on site of old Port Stevens forty years 25',-000 Confederate soldiers under General Early were forced to retreat by the Union soldiers muter General At one time the city wain a and preparations wcr to take the president and down the Potomac \a But of President Lincoln went to Stevens and much to consternation of the officers witnessing the conflict and abiding the All this look place on the 12th of Now we have nice line of Suit Grips and Telescopes which one needs in All goods sold at right Water on tap from seven to Yours for all your Moulton R. II MGR. down herewith the wounded and we're nurty all things you will never see the light my poor i he I can't help you 1 did my got pop in the and that's and not my as the old man of the blind But a bold soldier he renewing his And so him in his but stout-hearted Why Uncle Sam Didn't Hale's in said Booker T. used to know in my boyhood an old man called Uncle Sam. during the civil tool a great interest In the but not fight to task about this one Uncle he aro the men of the north and the men ol the south killing one another off like sixty 011 your Why don't you pitch in and Sam looked at his interlocutor with a pleasant he has evah seen two a course I said the white evah see de bone Uncle Hew the Sparrow The sparrows in this country endeavor to avert race If ere they hatch six times a in more than 1S(H, ujM Nearly all tho Cabinet officers are this week the spot lias been marked out of ihe city for a summer by a beautiful shaft of granite for much needed rest raised to the memory of the dead of after a long and hard season of the 122nd York Postmaster General Payne Many of the men who were iii arms has gone to Poland on that day have survived to and Secretary Shaw is booked to and present at the speak in a day or two at College Col. who was once a Long It is now private in the regiment thus that Mr. Gilford the opening chief of the Forestry will It was memorable appointed Asst. Sec. of for Washington and recalled vividly Ho is an accomplished the trying and terrible days of more young full of life and en- generation and a personal friend of is destined to become a city of the Morton It is and will make now proposed 10 bring the remains quite a torn of the west before re- of Pierre L' Enfant to the turning to and erect over his grave The climate and the A NEW 1>IOTIONAKY. ind erect over his grave a suitable -is the Frenchman under the guidance ition of drew up the plan Ee Remembered you ever ride in an once when 1 was living with ' leap and business u 1 wml u 1111 v 1 il iii 1 ' 1 Southeast VI I 1,1 I ill HlM 1,1'L-t I vid * jIu 11 I Ci 111] ' SMITH & Charles a Boston newspaper is the of a which he lias given to tuo literary public nom de plume of The book is dedicated to liis dog beard these things and didn't iui away the dictionary devotes a whole lot of its own and the work of a book with common it naturally gets from the chalk line once in a and it springs a few ire for who live in dress in the that the wise is and that never too late to I tow samples of its J j costing about more than the fashioned ot- nr which a insists on paying three board bills Instead of who is smart enough to operate an but clever to own member of orthodox Collector whom few care to but many ask to call tear of being found - A good but a bad only thing that can cheat a woman out of clever trick by one made a money of clever for carrying under the guise ot a reputable oldest inhabitant ot N. Y. not 111 good excuse unconcealed weapons and a Scotch way of Quality lu the crops are matters of which the present city is tho Secretary of It lias been suggested that a oil It lie reports that winter great granite boulder be placed upon wheat has been damaged his and that a map of the in city be carved upon it. and by continuous and heavy But corn has made rapid growth and gives promise of Politically the town is very calm an abundant There is much after the adjournment of the great rejoicing at the Department over a nominating report f 10m that parties appear to ho satisfied with the the candidates which have been filing in In other words it the and filiation are being hold. other auts 'The Department Although is no actual voting to decide lta 111 thousand of em ployees go to their home in and vote they are This them to take a in It is given but that Mr. Gorman will campaign for Judge has gone to New York to make arrangements opening Republican head quarters in tbat lie is known to be working industriously and will have the the best republican talent in that Naturally both parties hope to carry New } ork 1 * with the chances largely in Mr. Bryan charges that favor of the The President Roosevelt is trying to President in a good Governor New and the present it best to issue a to local weather not to put too confides e 111 unofficial long The pub ic should be educated to know it - is impossible to tell the weather a 1 or six months 111 it. is foolish to be and cold waves in summer arc As Mr. of the Weather Bureau is enough to hit the nail on the head in a twenty four It is but t hi vi y - li ve years since the steamship crossed the and the the of the Pacific Mail was under the Hag of the United She steamed from San Francisco to in thirty days and was received by an immense crowd to witness the opening of steam communication between America aud Our consul at Kong was Isaac J. his commission from President Mr. ago of more than 00, is still at N. tbat the American ship finished her ruu of 8000 miles in fine being a instead of a was a great curiosity in In honor of the wilh 1200 visitors on steamed around the Europeans and Chinese alike enjoying the gala A third of a century has wrought great changes for the United Stales ou the Our Hag ilies over Guam and the Hong is but a few hundred from our territorial We have acquired a of iand at Panama for an isthmian a work which will multiply our numerous steamers now traversing the The open door will be scoured and maintained in the whose commerce may bo guessed from tho fact that China's foreign trade hist reached a total of 10,000,000, of which was with this and with our comparatively close Consul Allen was pant 5.1 when ho welcomed the first steamship that crossed and he a active 111 mind and of the of American IMPROVING jeet the race question into American if it becomes national impossible to consider economic it. is known that the has no nob hoso who wish to get full and fair of tho negro in what he has made since freedom came to Tlic Triumph Behind the clouds the sky is To-morrow may Never il you Work on in your * The needle to the pole points true For dauntless Sever it yon - Work on in your Though fate no Aud a crown you it. you Work your made is both a Republican and an able There is complete harmony in Republican on tue part 01 the and throughout With these factors there is no such word as Want a - Parish of has petition asking for the pardon of Charles Parish is a cousin Cackley and has been quite in securing the names of prominent The list here was Very lew per son will to We arc not tie test of the thai in the the county where the oir well and will to Uso I It is stated on good says the Kansas City that the Rock Island Pacific railroad has renewed for hvo years its lease of the Burlington tracks mm to Kansas includes uso of the budge aud the entrance tracks into tho Union The lease expired this year and thero const talk of the Island building in dependent line from to connection with the tracks of 80ven^hi Q. 4ll?l(t a U 1 en 1 f 1 by I St. Paul at for the hue have been in the hands ot engineers for souio but the renewed of the lease wilh the that the plan has The purchase of the Moulton Exchange for the Electric of Cedar Rapids the beginning of a wider for the of this Officers ol the company who have been in Moulton several days week have abundant cause to feel gratified at the hospitable and reception by our business farmers aud the v people of and vicinity 1 There is general satisfaction with tho telephone service furnished by C. Stickney the former owner of the Moulton and the now - assured ns that the present excellent service both in Moulton and on all rural lines rouud about will not j lonly bo but that new metallic toll lines connecting 5 ton with will bo installed as rapidly as possible by the new Long distance telephone service a growing demand and ia as much of a necessity in tho successful { transaction of business as any of the other transportation The Electric will furnish those using copper toll lines where led to make the service of this company satisfactory to its - The have with the American Securities Corporation of Cedar for sale worth the seven per cent preferred stock of the which guarantees Ihq holders of this seven per cent semi-annual A representative of the Securities in the city one day last week remarked to the of ibis paper that tile people of Moulton and vicinity would be to purchase this stock as the proceeds of tho of this stock would be put into improving building up the Moulton exchange and otherwise extending it by connecting it with outside by copper toll and instead of paying dividends on its stock to noil resident stock holders thus sent out of the country could be paid back to the merchants and people giving their support to tho This is as it should The company is a home an enterprise for the benfit of the and so long as they give the proper to tho patrons of the telephone exchange they should have the of the people i company havine its hereit is only fair to suppose that it in good the intentions of Viest vice that money for the patrons of ihe Wo would advise our readers to their proposition carefully and to them in building up an enterprise in our of which we all may U el 01 m no 1 M id qf 1 j arimia Our 0 t the in 1 1' ui at St. tbo lulu pi Head ot Iowa A. W. of Seymoun iu iff I mid nidi Iua | b I t an A pur h c ft do n it- the Iowa lie under the ' homo the mi pi at u in I bid a in ;