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   Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - September 16, 1904, Moulton, Iowa                                The American Home and The Weekly Tribune Ooe WEE TRIBUNE homestead Papery and - The Weekly One XXI APPANOOSE 16, 1904. Why is Moulton the bast town to trade in In southern Because pays more money than any other trim for the Cp Farmer's Eggs and paying 4i out more annually than is paid lor hogs or Farmers do you appreciate If so we ask your undivided and will guarantee at all 3 times to pay the prices for your We have experienced men to wait on you and guarantee our dealings to be business like and Come and see us for or 85. yours to 1| MOULTON POULTRY CO. E. B. Weekly or Grain Trade Market Furnished Exclusively to Tribune the House Hanson & Hoard of NEWS FROM NATIONAL CAPITAL noces AND | OP THE 6IVIL 0 the Crowed fur Jeff Comrade Joe Riddle speaking in a reminiscent when he was with Pap the heard a rooster crowing for Jeff a detail would be sent out to bring the offending chanticleer into The naughty bird was always captured and the court martini which followed meant instant VALUABLE STONE IN Diamond Tour Carats and of Pure Luster Lost by Chef in Unique Comrade of the Home at attended the county seat dedication lie belonged to the 2nd is now in an official capacity at the Home where there are some 700 old boys in Thomas a Philadelphia liquor had for his guests the Columbia Garden Jefferson New York P. F. Harry the former Sergeant of Police Norton of New and One of the was a chicken served in a chafing a la Norton took his portion and said nothing till he fished out a four The old unless an ignoramus or will surely know where to do the most good this coming Col. Moore at Col. of was in town ' home from St. The Colonel was a member of the 2nd a famous lot who got into action a few hours before the Iowa 1st. It was at Shiloh where the gallant 2nd received itB first baptism of leaden fire from rebel In the bloody battle Captain as lie was was seriously of was ordered to help his commander onto a caisson and get off the firing if 4 onto the awkward wagon carrying a with 1 bayonet held onto the wounded while six horses dashed off at full They bounced over slumps and but grittily held on until the teamsters had gotten beyond Then the Colonel fainted and wanted some but there wasn't Moore was invited by Gov. Cummins to visit the Shiloh battle Held with the Iowa but as there has been a dispute concerning the location of the the interesting visit has been DIAMOND 4 The and cases are furnished and tho cash comes to you if you sell your eggs and tho Moulton E. B. Native Lumber Have about 2,000 feet of bridge lumber for r. s miles Southwest of diamond of. purest white-blue Then he said things that made the others sit question arose at Norton claimed it he had it and possession is Milligan allowed it was his and all the extras were of the broke in to hope the gentlemen would forget that served the the Luke proprietor of tho out that the gentlemen had ordered not and if any diamonds turned up in the hash they naturally belonged to the They agreed to leave it to a and were debating who it should be came a cry from the and presently the white-capped chef appeared at the my he the gentlemen found the waiter had of the tho was able to produce the the stone had his emotion was in They gave him the How much wheat has the whole country How much if this country spare for If what level will home and foreign demand lift Kansas having harvested about bushel now finds about 45,000, 000 wheat of merchantable The three big spring wheat the and harvested straw which originally promised 100,000,000 now lind the yield cut to 120,000,000, possibly 100,-000,000. This is not the of it. threshers reveal the fact that from 10 to 60 per cent of the wheat shriveled and There is a round estimate of as total yield for the Certainly the allowance for poor wheat which cannot be ground or exported reduced the to 480,000.000. Consumption and seed in this country are enlarged to about 510,000,1)011. The hungry man must have Importing must have at least a portion of the counted on from America this Foreign buyers will have to compote with the big American mills to gel Already leaders in the speculative arc securing as quietly as possible great holdings on contracts fmr December and The further rise in value will come when the public learns all that has happened to the 1004 wheat Foreign wheat-raising countries are 100,000,000 Corn raisers over two I birds of the great states are most anxious about the fate of the crop should a freeze come any time Jn years when climatic changes were less radical than for the present season killing frosts have visited the big corn states anywhere from the 1.1th to the of this Such a visit this year will mean a In a the country hangs on each day of line hoping the next may be as The nights show 48 and 52 degrees when corn needs twenty degrees more There is serious shortage of coarse grains in demands will be Very high prices for wheat will mean greater consumption of oats and rye on both sides of the There will bo startling activity in every corn market of the world an first serious frost need no American soil has seldom produced a liner Harvests escaped and that portion of the crop thrashed from shoess is rolling into the big central markets at good stiff Oats values on cash and future contracts are nearly 20 cents under where a natural difference is 10 or 12 Half the countries of Europe will be forced to import 15cth the cash and speculative markets join in the future advance which will be but to the short production of the year the world Republicans Appear for the Chester to Send Time Signals Around the Republicans at the National All who could do so went over Capital are amused when they hear to to see the 20,000 troops Democrats admit that lacking other encamped on the old battle grounds issues they are forced to w and around The make severe personal criticism of Generals in command were loud in President In so doing their praise of the The they put the President in tho same only negro company of state mi- with and strange is the 1st They announce be- Independent of There lief tnat some people in Wall street think the President is and at the same time claim that the Republican campaign managers are receiving financial aid from the same source The two propositions are To be virtuous it is necessary to be But there are practical politicians who hold that a campaign of conciliation among the Democrats themselves is quite as important for as any attack can make upon the of Theodore One of the signs of the this city is the organization a Kentucky club which proposes to is a laughable rumor that a Georgia soldier refined to salute a negro and Gov. Terrill of Georg a is credited with telegraphing that this particular soldier has the Georgia is denied that the review was in any sense a lawn party gotten up by Gen. Corbin and his lady It there is any extra expense in the matter of entertainment for it comes out of the private purses of the Not a few foreign military and governors of and it is only reason able should have proper shelter and stand pat for the Republican ft was a fortunate thing for Many employes of the Catholic University in tins city ihn are black and white men itB were not alike sharing the 0f Mr. the real for Roosevelt all recently failed at the idea of transformed A 0f a million of dollar of a was invested with thai caution and prescience so charact of the The university will open its doors to student as Meanwhile Mr. Wagga man asserts his estate will be sufficient to make all claims upon it Rear Admiral who is in Doing aim into a pink tea and soiree dansante A few in Government went home to but the result shows that their assistance was not The same old story of a big Republican snow storm comes from the Green tain and the Democrats are out with ox teams breaking out the charge of the National Observatory political Nothing has will give a reception to the in the thus to bers of the Geographical Congress change the belief of prominent local now in session in this A Republicans that there will be a special feature of tho occasion will startling and decisive victory in be the sending of lime signals all November for the over the world exactly at midnight by 75th meridian The Congress will also send messages of It takes less than two seconds to Fend messages to the City of Mexico and to the observatory at Less than four seconds arc required to send signals to Australia and New The Republicans carried Maine in the biennial returns indicating a plurality of about for William for compared with 33,384 for the parly candidate four years NO USE WAITING Until cold weather to buy 3rour WINTER That is only an but here is the proof to back 1st. Special bargains never stay long on the We bought and secured a number of extra values in this line aud offer you the 2nd. Assortments are complete at opening of and the selection is more satisfactory to choose We await your coming to prove by the on our shelves aud 3rd. as well as governs the We are really surprised at the quantity we since we have aud checked Here are three things we have to offer you that appeal to your good judgment and Extra Good Goods for the Great Variety for Marvellously Low This holds good in every department of our Fall and Winter Dress Fall and Winter Men's and Children's School Etc. One price tc all and that in plain Remember we want you to JACKSON'S 13 4 R. H. MQR Moulton The impression grows that Judge Parker is a timid that he would hesitate in a Imaginary situations in an imaginary slate of things rise up in minds that possess a power and facility in combining udge Parker is conversant with old situations in the old state af which furnish nothing to the though much to the The great war in the and the remarkable execution done by the Japanese small arms and as well as by the use of the new has caused a general shaking up of experts in the world's war and induced at E. O. writes lire COAL 1>HVKK'S. Sains From The best thing to take ink stains keep it is to get a wri from getting a largo sheet of. at the Tribune ' ' CUKES to our customers for hair anil all diseases ot the and arc satisfied with the results and so aio our Ask our Wood & FOlt ABSTRACT 3 Southeast 1 complete system INSURANCE It must bo remembered that the party which is to-day denouncing Roosevelt and the Republicans is the same party which denounced Lincoln and called the war a failure in 18l')-t. It is the same party that denounced in 1 It denounced up to the very hour of his It is very easy to It is not so easy to Ever smoc 18(10 the Repu party and its have doing while tho Democratic party and its leaders have been And yet the old flag still the Constitution is still Republican policies have carried the country to the forefront among tho nations and our people have progressed and prospered except when checked by Democratic legislation and Democratic Under Roosevelt aud Fairbanks the progress will be still onward aud the Hag and the Constitution will command the respect of the Senator of is speeches in the defense the currency plank of tho Kan City That's only currency plank the party has Judge Parker proposes to l tho Filipinos at once that thoy are to have the Bamo treatment that Cuba from this Wq notion thai Mich notices were issued by iho and not by or government officials to be on the alert for the latest improvements in The Ordnance Department in this city will by the 1st of next have 100,000 new to be superior to any in ready to issue to the United States Due new feature of this rille is the fact that the barrel is entirely covered with wood to within two inches of the This will the soldier to handle the weapon while it is in rapid lire when otherwise it would become too hot for The wood is also a protection from The bore of tho rille is and the power Altogether it will weigh eight and the magazine will hold fifty If need be twenty three shots can be fired in a and the ratge is two and two of a Tho expected protest of the Japanese against allowing the Russian auxiliary cruiser which remain longer than twenty four came when Japanese counsel in that through the collector of made demand that the vessel bo required to leave at the end of that The col telegram officially notifying the authorities of the arrival of the Lena and of Japan's protest wap addressed to the secretary of the who at once sent copies to acting Secretary of State Adee and Acting Secretary of the department of commerce and who has direct jurisdiction in the The idea of Henry Davis in the eighth decade of life taking up the work of a a or a Roosevelt is It is really side The Democratic convention dealt the candidacy of Judge Parker a body blow when it gave him the old gentleman as a running mate In the remote contingency of the election of Judge his Secretary of as second in line for the with the withered life of Henry Gassaway Davis become a very important Suppose he should be David U. The thought is - New York Sun. OF THE PRESIDENTS A Chicago man expects to vote for Roosevelt gives as his can't see what I have to gain by for and the Boone Republican says that after all that is the campaign in a nut has any one to gain by voting for We are told by our Democratic friends that the expenditures under Cleveland were less per capita than under But we had no war under or results of We had no Panama Canal We had no Rural Free Delivery We had no legislation looking to Vermont 25,000, Maine 33,000 and So goes the Who is President of acceptance has no excepting The potent facts of a satisfactory administration too Considerable fun is being poked at a minister of tho gospel in Massachusetts who declares that he is in the of great material prosperity in answer to He was as poor as the proverbial mouse that lived in the Then he prayed strenuously for a homo aud for things to eat and wear and money to educate his That was a few years ago and he has kept on As a result of his ho claims prosperity has come in a tidal He has a home and horses and and His claim is doubtless true and there may bo nothing supernatural annul it. The answer to his prayer may have come about in a logical and natural is the soul's sincere uttered or says the To earnestly desire a thing half the battle ot getting it. Men usually get what they wish The desire puts them in position to go after the thing When strong desire is to perfect faith anything is lie who wants something anil with all his heart that he will get it goes after that something The law is a natural History has demonstrated its inevitable Read tho long list of tho great ones ot They have every one of of strong desire and conquering m it from us to Bay the Lord did not directly prayer of the Massachusetts There are more than are dreamed of in our which is known and is an part of the unknown But tho answer to many prayers is the answer of reflex Usually God helps us to answer our prayers The one thing about the Democratic outcry against the present tariff law and the Democratic demand for a revision of the tariff is that it is confined to It is a pretty safe rule when any oue is he will No one is roaring against the tariff save Democratic and the fair inference is that they are the only ones who are is there any single representative trade or industry in the United States which that it is injured or crippled by the present tariff as a any one of them which even pretends that it would ba satisfied to the present law replaced by the tariff which ib superseded If there is a trade or it has not yet voiced any A correspondent of the York Sun to that paper a summing up of the characteristics and life work of the Presidents the United States in a not altogether unsuccessful attempt to make history by That of Washington is perhaps the It is said of him that greatness made him and his gentleness made people Jefferson is characterized as political ocean washing different is called by different Madison as mentally a ly a Andrew Jackson is summed up in these stature a in statue a the White then the White but not once the White The best the writer could find to say of Buchanan was that hia predecessor he was eclipsed by his The following paragraph refers to Now abideth these Proclamation of the Gettysburg and the greatest of these Who may de- termine that? Johnson is mentioned as a representative of 'the poor white trash of the Regarding it is predicted that the the destinies the pine on McGregor will weigh more heavily apple tree at Hayes is said to have right and though hit claims to the office are Death is declared to have fixed Garfield's Cleveland gets thiB his political be seldom failed to disappoint hia political For hia second term he receives this he ruined his bat saved his Harrison with being really great kept his affection in cold declared to have been and who absorbed by whatever ho and yet a spirit never passed from earth than when he A For With family around expecting him to and a sou ruling for IS miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery tor Coughs and It. ol endured deaths agonies from but this wonderful gave instant relief and soon cured He now eep soundly every Like marvelous cures of Colds aud Grip Us The Democrats McKinley did they not? Best Way to Settle A bunch of employed in a to strike hard and the A the the boys  

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