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   Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - June 20, 1913, Moulton, Iowa                                1913 TRUTH IF POSSIBLE JUNE 20 NO 20 New Lumber dry are filled of good seasonable stuff for buildings of any ures are based on low conservative Get some of cur mould or cherry H. CARSON COAL PRODUCE WANTED by PRODUCE CO. Poultry Egp % Cream at Highest Market Price in CASH Try us and see how you will enjoy the change O. G. PROP. NORTH SIDE BRIDAL BLOCK Aug. 16--21. EXTRA WORK FOR AUTO The state executive council 1ms given ths county auditor and county board of supervisors a little more work to A. H. secretary to the sent to each county the list of real estate transfers reported by the county auditors and These were sent to the board with instructions that the auditor verify the authenticity of the contained After this is done the Is requested to mark opposite the assessed valuations of two years ago the per cent of increase made by the board this With this information the council can tell without trouble whether the are an effort to assess laud its actual The council will use these second reports it sits as a hoard of The Polk county ordered the council to assess property at its actual value and every effort will be made to see that the assessments are A sprained t oklo may as * rule be o in trom three to lour by applying Chamberlain's and observing the directions with For tale by C. HOB PEN NOTES Edwards got out two cars of hogs The price around the mark and the following the fat W. T. lbs. Andy F. S. Fred 1u430 kl u H. H. Frank Glen 11 Art 0.' C. L. 11 K. J. J. H. A TRUE TREE STORY a ten year old boy near was up in a cherry tree and Sammy Philby with a 22 calibre rille under the gun went off aud George got shot and is now laid up with a broken arm First class bath barber shop 25c. for you at Woods WE SELL Deering Mow Etc. i Collins Harvester Oil 30 ct a gal Oil ard and Binder Twine See the Line of Harvester Tools Before STOBER COAL & ICE 11 HARSH COMMENT ON SEX Unseemly Conduct Drew Bitter Remark From His Young Dolly was inot quite six when her mother bought a flock of nine Plymouth Rock and a and diligently to Dolly that the rooster was the and the rest were all After two or three days of to them to their they were let out to wander about the and Dolly was set to The hens stayed together but the rooster showed a tendency to wander into tho next-door neighbor's chicken Dolly chased him back time and until she was tired and out of She turned nor back for a i and when she looked round there were the hens up by the while the rooster was sedately pacing across the garden towards the next Dolly stamped her foot on the sidewalk and back Come back to your own Tho rooster proceeded with per feet Dolly watched him for a moment with a look of utter Then her mother heard her very just like you UNO BLUNT Long hits brine the its that wins the Mrs. Roy Madden is looking after the cherry crop her old Milton Be a for a better by attending the Gospel meetings at the christian Gus Schulz took a hike to and Bunch yesterday to sell the popular The electric funs at the Mercantile Co. store makes it agreeable for patrons Attend the big June 21 During the busy season farmers call the Moulton Bakery and we will you loaves of bread for over any Rural Route cut of adv. have card board cartons made especially to deliver to you by Parcels Post on any Rui al out of Moulton H loaves of for 30cts. Call Moulton before 8 a. m. J. C. of was in town last enroute home from the Soldiers reunion at Des Comrade McDonald is a well informed veteran the meaning of severe as he was one of the boys sent out to the R. L. Lambert Uhe West Grove caught a badger aLd now has it in a The badger is a lover of refuse stuff and makes its home generally in the ground No chickens were missed around the Lambert home so the varmint is getting some credit for Cube Root of They had asked the great cubist to paint in He shook his cannot paint the he has too Then he added in a melancholy is but one creeping thing that I find myself privileged to use as a what is they asked Whereupon he down hla two-foot rule and his table of cubes and went to To Retain Spirit of It has been well said that old needs his quite as much as does the young He it for his amusement and for his best More playgrounds for old means fewer and still fewer fewer doctors aud still fewer fewer dyspeptic minds and still fewer dyspeptic stomachs and women and let us cherish and maintain the playing places for the old and Taps Rubber Trees by A novel electrical tapper for rubber trees is the work of a In Hollow iron divided into are fitted on the tree the sections containing pricking devices that can be worked at varying times by current from central A each section catchee the latex coagulating H with attachment may be left two or three months and 200 lumps ol rubber may be accumulated from t large | PULPIT I BAPTIST NOTES Rev. D. Judd will preach on the subject next Sunday morning 11 Sunday School at 10 Everybody Christian Trie meetings the Christian church promises to the interest that has already been created by Bro. Hani y's The of Christ will be preached m the spirit ol The time for ridicule of those who differ Irom others in their views has passed That Gud may lead this city into greater life and higher all christians must co-operate with ff you have any difficulty with the problems of the the evangelist will to reason with you in private and leave you to act upon your Mr. Priest has been very successful in evangelistic Many have been for Christ in work He has a passion for the salvation of and believes we roust be for a heavenly life here as well as The greetings begin promptly at 8 o'clock and close before 9:311 each Don't hear V is. beautiful Best come from tilled w th love for- Excellent special music will be given at each Mr. Priest bus not come here to build up a sect or but to build up men and women in You will find him absolutely fair in all his Don't fail to hear each Methodist A. m. Don't forget the Epworth service next Sunday The splendid Gaspel Meetings closed Sunday with a great and beautiful Twenty-eight made a start the last Forty-one were received last Sunday and others will be received next let us have a full There will be no preaching at the church next Sunday evening as our people will attend the special services in the Christian Tha expenses of the meeting have heen fully met. Sam was of the finance committe and took the free will for the A large offering was The strong of Rev Hanley and the solo work of Fischer will not soon be Thirty seven cards were handed to other pastors for in our sister Great and splendid were the Let everyone k ep their shoulder to the There were shout 135 who signed cards at the altar during the All of our were at their best and the J. R Barkley good ' TRIBUNE FRIENDS Below are a bunch ef good fellows who have voluntarily renewed tor the Tribune the past R. O. city J. D. Jr. Jesse Horn James r. d. H Perry Norton 1 Mrs. D. V. Centerville r d 5 Mrs. i. G. West Grove L. M. city rd 4 r d 1 Frank Mystic Texas Tex. O. L. r d 1 W. T. r d 4 Mrs. Lewis R. S. R. L. West la. W. S. St. Neb. Potatoes 50c per bu. M. R. NORMAN Wednesday night in Des a Wabash brakeman was held up and robbed of In defending himself up a 9tiff light and for his trouble got shot in one arm and one and the thugs The injured man was taken to the city hospital for The family live on West Born to Conductor Hartshorn and wife on June 17, a If Ob The yaung man has teen named Jr. and promises to be the mascot of the Wabash the two year o Id daughter df Hendon died o n Wednesday Tonsilitis i 8 said to be the cause of the tho at a late hour yesterday the doctors had not Burial to-day at 10 o'clock in The i s surely entitled t o much JAMES BURN BURNS Yesterday morning the baru o f James five miles bouth of town was discovered on fire at about 3:30. Every possible to subdue the was but without Ray Stansberry was severely burned in fighting the One horse was burned to death and some grain and harness were loss was about with insurance of 350(1. The cause of the tire is mysterious Uncle Jimmie is one of the cleverest men in the county and has hosts ol friends who regret his The merchants on North Main have begun to Let others with hose and pump prepare to WOOD Co. COMMITTEE Tuesday evening the executive committee of the coming met in the directors room of the National President and a motion to appoint to secure G. A. G. A. P. C. Committee on privileges was also P. C. F. C. a little preliminary talk concerning the outlook for subscriptions for season and the importance of getting busy along awakening the body adjourned until Tuesday June 24tb, at 7:30. J. J. Sec. IHE HANLEY MEETINGS The closing of the Joe Hanley evangelistic meetings Sunday evening took on an extra degree of vigor and over 20, several being made the open The audience was in accord with the speaker and Prof. Fischer and chorus sang with extra volume Perhaps it was the last shot that did but during the whole three weeks Hanley never scaled the walls and pumped into the breach as on the last He took off his coat and charged to and fro on the platform and in red-hot argument about hell and sizzling metaphor made the great crowd reel and The climax was greater than even tne speaker Rev. Hanley returned to his wife and babies in ft on Monday and Prof. Fischer left foi Later on Rev. Joe will go out on a ten weeks tour with the chautauquas and the public will hear a few things not down on the program UP AND DOWN MP Mrs. Alma Elledge has been appointed postmaster at She took service examination along with several others and stood up in credits equal to two male Uncle chivalrously Nate Kendall resigned as a congressman from the 6th because the climate at Washington was ruining his and says he will never -un for the job A lot of congressmen down there now should think over what Nate DIES SCALDING the little boy of W. B. Kirby's at Coal accidentally pot some scalding water thrown on him and died from the burns on Charles Pruitt and wife left for Centralis yesterday where he hss a run on the to They bad made many friends while H. W. POTTS DEAO T. Pulliam attended the funeral of H. Potts at Garden Grove on Deceased was a former resident here and had been a druggist for some He was preparing to move to Grinnell Garden Groye and was found dead in his room at Grinnell last Saturday morning An Inquest showed that deceased bad died from the bursting of a blood vessel on the He was a ot and leaves a wife and two Remember tbat August Chautauqua J. MILLER RE-ELECTED At a meeting of the school board on Tuesday J. W. Miller was Superintendent of the public aud at a salary of per The Professor had been over to Lennox where a very seductive price hud been but he prefered to remain at the old stand where he has worked so the past seven The local public schools are meting out a service to the patrons which is attracting compliments from larger educational HOUSE AND BARN FIRED Wednesday morning about 1:30 two one to the Misses Hattle and Ella Miller and the other the property of Rominger were destroyed by fire and another barn belonging to Curi was dam aged to the extent of Mr. discovered the tire In time to get his horses and feed stuff of his He estimates his loss st with only i The Miller house was on fire and The indications are tbat it was coal oiled and set on The Miller sisters wore up for It looks very much like the house was set on fire from the and the barns were probably fired by the same The old maids are thot to be having been to the asylum one ana every sign pointed to They have been detained by the DIES OF DIPHTHERIA Irene 0 year old daughter ol Raymond Rut Tuesday Of after a brief Burial took place at Hardin cemetery on The family recently arrived from to visit To add to the troubles another child is also The premises are THE P. E. 0. SHUT The closing number or the P. K. 0_ was given on Tuesday evening out at Hill home where Mrs. and Mrs. Daisy Wahl gave a delightful lawn Some 75 P. O's and their gentlemen friends were present in cool cos and a tew hours quite The bowl and were given the most although the menu of beef ice cream and were liberally The P. E. O. sisters are rare and will now take the rest cure until MM EDWARDS DEAD Mrs. Martha Edwards died on Tuesday at the home of brother aged 42 8 and 1 Death was due to a cancelous trouble of several Deceased was a daughter of the late Paul Black and a daughter-in-law of The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon at the Black Rev. Smith of the Methodist of which deceased was a conducted the Burial took place at Oakland AN AUTO ACCIDENT Saturday evening as the Tobin oar was going to beyond tbe Chariton the machine met two tingle baggies driving In the confusion tho oar Wint U buggy nag and broke a leg in two Tho old mate was valued at and claim waB It is hard to tell where the blame comes in. The were busy  

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