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Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - July 24, 1914, Moulton, Iowa TRIBUNE VOL. 1914 TRUTH IF JULY 24, NO. 24 FATHER CRONIN HITS OUT HARD THE CHURCH i Methodist i a. m. pastor j forget the big Sunday School Sunday The prayer meeting will be la the 6 ATHLETICS WON 1 Will Appear at CRITIC OF LITERARY TRASH In a pretty game of ball lust Satur day between the Centerville Noted Broad on arid G. W. Fine the meetings are expected 6 Ts aD day fnor tho The minister will be hackin his Manager George August 16th. He will b. * to greet all idea was to bring professionals to Our people hardly ever see a salaried and the way the l hey are well attended and The Queen Esthers met with Miss Pauline Montgomery yesterday after noon Miss Inez Davison was the NEW SCHOOL BOARD SECRETARY At a meeting of the school W. A. Chamberlain was elected Miss Helen Gillette was elected to the position of Science and Miss Olive Wheeler was selected for the 7th School opens Sep. 7 th. STOCK PEN NOTtS He Sets New Standard of and Hie Influence Is Constructive and Anecdotes Are freshing and His Views Uplifting Rev. D. J. is one of those poetically Inclined Catholic fathers has waded deep In literary lore and brings to the Chautauqua the rich fruitage of patient investigation and From the first word his audiences are captivated by his his broad views and his refreshing Throughout his address the conviction grows that a powerful yet pleasant being It is such a message us will grip the young and the the frivolous and Presbyterian h. o. Greatest Encouragement on will be the theme Sunday A novel and instructive feature of the morning service will be the Scripture reading by a blind girl A cordial welcome to the Don't forget the Sunday School at 10 o'clock and Union service 8 p. m Grand Concert tonight at the Presbyterian See program where in this Hear Rev. Sloan at the Union Service on the Baptist church He has a D. J. the is intensely and deals some hammer blows on- current literary sets new standards of and his influence is constructive and BEULAH LAND NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT IN THE ESTATE OP Lorin IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP In and for Appanoose No. 3402 TO - Edmond Nancy and Mary J. and to whom it mav concern are hereby that the undersigned administrator of the estate of Lorin Mallett has tiled his final re port therein in the District Court in and for the and has asked for its approval and his discharge further duty or responsibility and that said report and application for discharge will come on for hearing before tho court aforesaid at on the 24ill of August 1914, at which time and place you can appear arid show you why stild final report should be approved and the undersigned discharged from any further duty or responsibility ' 15. Miss Fay Wamsley spent Saturday with Miss Florence Gray at the Udell Central Mrs. Edith Banks came over Saturday to visit her Mrs. Alva Stuckey and wife went to Sunday to hear Rev Slack Sabbath at at 10 a m. Sunday instead of 2 p. so those wishing to hear Dr. Rogers at the Chautauqua in the afternoon need not miss their Get the golden text The corn was blown down on the evening of 16th. Mrs. Zoe Pollock and of Chi spent Monday with her brother Leonard and family and all took a trip to In the after Tuesday was spent at her Alva and calling on her old Mrs. Stella Phillips at and later tooK supper with her Mrs. near Mr. and Mrs. Will Murdy and son Clint spent Tuesday with her Sam Wamsley and near Beulah Mrs. Post's on Tuesday evening was attended by a critical audience and much She is a careful painstaking box receipts rattled looked they didn't even want an The game was really a the claimed they didn't half the way talk whin they co meet with their trie tall they and and and jawed and got just the The local boys also had seen some and they said the yet they played ball as hard as they could and as good as they was good for a no practice A friendly hog lot caught three balls and three the pep behind the willow threw the sphere beyond the it dandy tho blue-bellied aristocrats of balldom and some of the followers of score sheet talked wisely and said it was Harry as and Clell in the put in lots of ginger and held the down to a low Clarence the lively made the one Roy and Blosser swiped most of the The writer has seen a number of league but there was in the Saturday spirit of the national was The following brot in hogs W H Kelly 4, wt 020; R A Campbell 1230. VV M Henderson 2, wt 350; 'A B 7, wt H R Fox 6, wt 13(i(); Houser 4, wt 800; J H 8, da Withrow 3 wt 710: J C 1, wb 270; E J Orleans wt 1525; Edwards & Son 21, wt 3150; Fred Davis 1, wt 230: Tom Hiys 4, wt 1270. W. T. Daniels & Son sent a car load of long yearlings to which W. T. went August Post sent a bunch of 1350 lb. steers to the Chicago market Lloyd Hanson has a sale of Jersey cows advertised at Corydon NO RAGE 5UIGIDE HERE the July Henry Ford tells Wilson thut business conditions are all Nobody doubts but that they are such with He is getting more of the 1014 wheat crop than He has gathered in more than 5,000 bushels of Johnson county wheat this and there are more to follow Of course business conditions are all are generally good when people are buying An auto makes an optimist out of a every you ever notice that? who works with the Purdum bridge has been laving off He got malarial fever while in Make it a point to do something j every day that you don't want to do This is the golden rule for I of doing your duty without j Frank of is proud father of a 12 lb. boy born 2Dd, also Glenn Fry boasts of an 8 lb boy born July makes Co great children for Grandmother 61 living and 4 also 30 20 living and four all the descendants ut Abraham Wood who died 20 years ago the 9th day of Sept. 1894 and is buried in Exline Messen ger. great amusement PROGRAM An unusually varied gram has been provided for Hie 10H Iowa State to be held at De Moines Aug. 26 to Sept. 4. Auto polo steeplechase hurdling and jumping by hunters and auto mobile vaudeville circus brilliant bands of music and the greatest race program ever put on at the all of these and many more features will make this year's State Fair program one of the gayest and withal one of the most entertaining that have yet been put BRIEF BLUNT WABASH BRIDGE TAKES ON NEW HELPER And it has been near the mark the past few hotness All Interested in the Hilltown cemetery are requested to visit the grounds on Aug. 1st, and clean up and improve the W. Dixon was up from his Chariton river had 200 acres of very rank corn and half of it is beyond He figures his loss at The barn of Nelse four West was partly moved from the foundation by the fierce wind of a week and his corn Held also Roy Vol the r d in company with Carrier of went to Des Moines yesterday to attend the State Rural Carriers H. D. of and J P. of were in greeting They report but little to the corn crop in Wapello and A fairly good crowd at the Open air Sunday Rev. Mitchell the Baptist man from Des could not be Rev. M. Smith came forward and delivered very gor d Rev. Horace O. Bethel was in Last W. H. the gonial Wabash bridge went to AHia and by the assistance of Justice of that was married to Miss Maude The newly weds have gone to house keeping in North Mr. Emory formerly lived in but has made his home in for tbe last three G of who attended his anni Mrs. was raised in Washington la. He has been in Kansas years and his early Hawkeye training took deep root and he is now one of his adopted state's most useful THE JUNKETEERS SEASON 1914 The old reliable is full of good dry building material of all sorts and the figures will show you that the prices are Just now see us for screen step ladders and Bought and Sold lift R. B. CARSON COAL FAILED TO PASS EXAMS Of the 0,532 applicants who took the June examination in this 2,544, or 39 per failed to make a passing according to the result of the which was announced Saturday by A. M. superintendent of public There were 3,988 who qualified as The department 373 first 2,303 second grade certificates and 1,312 third grade Owing to the large number of sets of papers to be a big force ( f examiners was at work at the state house for the last Tho department is advising that after 1915, each teacher in the public schools will be required to teach agriculture and must pass an examination in this subject before ing granted a There are 27,000 teachers in the Of this number 21,000 do not hold life certificates tnd must be examined in The new study will require considerable preparation and the state department is urging the teachers to post themselves during vacation and during the winter months which will FOUR SCORE YEARS MRS. BIRTHDAY Here we were met by a delegation business men from who us into their where we had dinner and a rest and visit And Moulton is some They do not have ( aved but they have no mud nor dust just the using oil on the streets and are quite weil satisfied with it. We found Editor of the on tbe job and he has a busy place His is in an abandoned church and he declares it to be a very appropriate The run from i to was made in 35 County Bro. why didn't you say something about those big dinners the h- tols dished up and all of the boys bragged But we are on Not abandoned or sermons once a week with the Wednesday evening matinee and collections evory Get the last J. CHAMPION BELGIAN IOWA STATE AUG. 26 TO SEPT. 4. KEEP INFORMED ON NEW - The achievements of modern machinery are so marvelous that are sometimes almost It la only when opportunity is present ed to see what has really been accomplished in the world of invention and observe personally the machines tbe groat factories are turning out to do the work of the world that tho average man can have any conception whatever of what is really possible through the use of Tho machinery exhibit at the Iowa State Fair la always one of the wonderful places at tbe No farmer who uses can afford to miss the opportunity of studying what Is new In the machinery A which saves time and labor is a great money maker for the At the Iowa State Fair this to be held at Des Moines Aug. 20 to Sept 4, the machinery exhibit will as lias been tbe case in the last several almost beyond More than sixty acres of farm machinery will be CONCERT AND READING No PROGRAM in F McDowell et Christine of Dps Moines K. Keating of Moberly By Henry Christine Corey Whispering Beatrice Wilson Marion Bovard RutU Luman A at Mrs. on Wednesday in honor of Elizabeth 80th was a very jolly The lovely home was decorated with flowers and at times the spacious lawn presented a scene Of the visitors present there Mrs. Mary Runyon and daughter of Mrs. J. and daughter and Mrs. of Unionville Mr. and Mrs. Kan Stanton and Mrs. Boucher and daughter of Kansas Mrs. Mattle Bucher and two grand Marseille and Vincent and Mrs. ot Kansas i W. Of Seymour Dr. Runyan and of Mrs. Merritt Mrs Elma and Fred Drury and of In the after a famous fami ly guests to the number of 50 or more dropped in and paid their respects to grandma and and found her well and wearing a broad Mrs. Harbert was born in Virginia and came West when nine years The family lived in Putnam and near la. most of tbe but for the last 25 years Mrs. H has resided in Moulton She is the mother of 7 living 20 and 8 great-grandchildren and all honor their venerable Many souvenirs and remembrances were brot in as tokens of this noted birthday NOTES The afternoon was given over to the girlhood days and rom incc and and then cams with you 'til we eyes and lips spoke out in As the six sisters lined up it was the aggregate age was 426 Their ancestry was German and the maiden These stately dames were of colonial stock and pioneers and of such force that they and theirs make a composite picture worthy of the reader's Among the visitors and active helpers in the party Miss Agues Harper of has blue-blood and is President of the local D. A. R. Doubtless had Agnes been old enough she would have led tho famous Putnam county 50 years ago as did Moll Pitcher inspire tne patriots at barn of Frank of was struck by lightning and set on Mr. Saner was in the building and the horses and a lot of hay fell on He was badly injured and was taken to the hospital for Evangelist Billy Sunday speaks of tbe big army of converts at h's Colorado Springs Joiners or accessions is what Billy he wants to and that is what he should but it doesn't say it. The West Search Light savs an Iowa Settler has been organized in Howell That's all right but don't over do the of the stunt too You may want to come back to Think of ye and District figures up that the court expenses of county from June 1913 to June 1914, were And is the worst yet to Fully half of the expenses of any county could be settled out of litigants be honest and anxious to be Salute a Marjorie Post Selection Glee Quartet Buy Corrick Wilfred Smith Howard Smith Richard Ehy At Vivian Miller Violin Corey Grumbling Richardson Beatrice Wilson Luman 10. Keating Scene form Lion and the Young Boy at Dancing School Christine Corey The Marjorie Post Rose in the Marion Bovard Violin Corey P. A. McCabe tells us ho discovered a novel condition of his wheat caused by the excessive He noticed that his wheat field had a Ii looked like a waving mass of snow and upon investigation found that the kernels had all open like pop corn We do not doubt Mr. McCabe's word as we have never known his truth and veracity to be it sounds to us as if he had something Row Glenn Fryo left Wednesday for his charge F. P. Frye joined her husband at Des whore he is assisting his Rev. Ernil in the dedication of a new church in that Free the Thoy all preached in Glenwood at different times a few years Were there any little The Inner pages of the Tribune are always but this issue presents some exceptionally bright and the famous trotting sold to August Belmont for and resold to a French syndicate for aged fourteen Grasshoppers and Army worms lo have migrated from the Western States and are now ravaging the crops in Central New Charles Wallace and Charles Hayner were burned to death Tuesday mor iu a big fire at The Journal says Senator Jamos Wilson was because he was not put on the Appanoose delegation to the State How do you lind out so Senator Jim went to Uie convention and was in good spirits all the Don't think that because of en wedges in your own local field that the disease has Mrs. Mirio Gillie an Italian mother at this and said to be the mother of 10 living and throe dead was arrested for and awaits a hearing before the Grand With the raging sentiment about larger the above should be turned Charley the Journal has placed bis excellent paper iu care of a competent and has gone down near with his to with nature on Grand That fixes you Charley If river gnats don't puncture your hide then Putnam county give you an C. S. Powers and family are moving to much to the regret o f their many friends M owns property and has business interests there that necessitate ins ravia Huerta has tied from but to be may have the old extradited aid 8
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