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tti;.;.s cl lucres! Clippsi Frca
One queer thin nbmit Mis
souri is that t;o many town arc
cot whoro it, would seem thoy
Might to bo. Cussvillo is not in
Cass, but in Harry county, while
Harry is in Clay. Oregon is in
Holt county, insUad of Oregon;
Clinton is "not in Clinton county,
bot m Henry, m ither is Bates
City or Datcsvillo in Bates; Cam
den is in Hay, instead of Camden;
DeKalb is in Buchanan; Boone
ville is not in Boone, but in Coop
er; Gla?pov is not in ScotlanH;
Tarrcnsbnrg is not in Warren,
hv In Johnson; Harrisonville is
not in Harrison; Marionvillq. is
r.et in Marion; Jefferson City is
in Coli,s instead of Jefferson;
Ozark is not in Ozark, nor are the
town of Dent, Holt, Jackson, La
Lincoln, Madison, Miller,
Nodaway, or Perry in the coun
ties which bear those names.
Tha Weekly Papsr.
It's no sixteen page edition
that expresses big men's Tiews,
And it's not filled up with pic
tures and telegraphic news;
It isn't printed daily, with an
'itra" every hour, -
And the editor is not bragging
if his influence and power.
It may have faults and errors,
but these I will forgive,
for it's printed in the little
town back where I used to live.
To Charge its Narr.e.
The Emporia Gazette has start
ed a move to change the name of
the Marais des Cygnes river,
claiming that it requires the bet
ter part of a man's life to learn
Item to spell it How many peo
ple can close their eyes and spell
IJar&is des Cygnes?. Anyway,
'its fortunate for the Gazette man
that he does not live in Michigan
or "Wisconsin, where such names
Old papers five cents per bun
d! at the Tribune office.
J. ft. n4 oirifni 5
Tho new postal laws requlrins;
publisher to dlscontinuo the pit-
porn of subscribers who are In
arrears for more than one year,
makes it necessary for cs to col
lect delinquent subscriptions In
order to continue the paper.
An much as we would like to
hold the old subscribers, It may
become necessary, by law, to
drop t omo from our mailirs list,
'tho we hope not. Notice ho-
your credit stands on the address
slip on your paper, and be sure
the new law does not catch you.
This law was made to catch
the fake newspaper publisher
who operates for solely adyertis-
ing purposes, but applies to all
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Beautiful Pict r Free.
Farm Progress, a big monthly
agricultural paper devoted to the
interests of tho American far
mer, his home and industries, is
giving away free with every
three-year subscription a beauti
ful fruit picture, size 22x?9 inch
es, entitled "Natural Frnits."
This , is a beautiful picture, in
six colors, and makes a hand
some dining" room ornament,
Send 80 cents for a three-year
subscription or three one-year
subscriptions today. Address
all orders to Farm Progress, St
Walnut Street II. E. Church.
Sunday School at 9:45 s. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Junior League at 2:30 p. m.
" Epworth League at 0:30 p. m.
Preaching at 7.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:30.
The public are cordially inviV
ed to attend.
A. G. Keast, Pastor.
IL E. Church, South.
Sunday School at 9:45.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Junior League at 2 p. m.
Senior League at 6:30 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
Everyone cordially invited to
attend the services.
William IL Hargrove,
m? shois, I
John D. Kockcfellr New
Year's gift to Chicago Unm-rsity '
was only $2,191,00(1 Wonder;
how mch oil will advance?
A hotel in Hutchinson la called
tho Gristlcbone. It is to be honed
that they don't try to advertise
the name in the dining room.
A thing that is puzzling many
of the masculine gender is wheth
er women can be sued for breach
of promise during leap year.
George Ade, the humorist,
wants to be a delegate to the na
tional convention. It is feared
that the presidential timber"
will take to the woods when they
see George coming.
A man in a neighboring town
was brought up one day for being
drunk, and was fined. The next
morning he was taken before the
Judge again. When brought be
fore the Judge, he said, "(hie)
yer Honor, (hie) I stand on me
constitutional rights." "How's
that," asked the Judge. "The
constitution (hie) says that a man
cannot be arrested twice for the
same offense, and (hie) yer Hon
or, this is the same drunk." He
was turned loose.
Niiitlns cf Farm Ksws.
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School, 0:43 a. m.
Junior Endeavor, 3. -00 p. m. '
PreachiLA at ll a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting every Thurs
day at 7:30 p. m.
"Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
W. B. Chancellor, Pastor.
German Ev. Lutheran Church.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Preachinglat 10:30 a. m.
English preaching at 8 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited
to attend these services.
Chr. Bcnge, Pastor,
Tho Tribune printed bills Fri
day announcing a public salo of
personal property of Harry Gault
living 4 miles south of Sprage, on
Friday, January 10. Mr. Gault
has a choice lot of stock, grain,
etc., to offer. J. K. Harmon will
be the auctioneer, and a nice
lunch will be served.
Tho Tribune has a good line of
type, good presses and first-class
printers. We will print your
letterads, envelopes, . bills,
btutcments, pamphlets and book
lets, and, in fact all kinds of com
mercial printing quick and cheap.
Let us figure with you-
Since the Democrats claim that
"Teddy" hasr borrowed his poli
cies from Bryan, and they call
the recent money panic tho
"f!oosevelt panic," then it must
fall back onto Ilryan, of whom it
was borrowed. That's logical
When j'ou want job work turn
ed out in a hurry, think of the
IV.rvrc We wp, doit.
A Great Opportunity.
The Twice-a-Week Republic, of
St. Louis, has reduced its sub
scription price from $1 per year
to 50 cents. This is one of the
oldest and best semiweekly
newspapers published in the
United States, and at the price
of 50 cents per year no one can
afford to be without it. For 50
cents you receive two big ight
page papers every week, 104 cop
ies a year, at less than one-half
cent per copy. Your friends
and neighbors will surely take
advantage of this opportunity.
Don't fail to tell them all about it.
ISend all orders to The Repub
lic, St. Louis, Mo. -
Undo Sam pavo awny nearly
120,0(10 farms to homestead set
tlors lust year.
The selling cf fruit and vege
tables by weight Is rapidly gain
ing favor all over tho west.
Miik in Philadelphia has risen
to 10 cents a quart retail, but, of
this Bum the farmer receives
only 5 1-2 cents. Not enough. '
A. Dollburton, a young farmer
near Monmouth,Ill.,was attacked
by a vicious hog, and so severely
injured that he cannot recover.
Our tobacco crop will bring a
pretty sum this year. Europe
will pay our tobacco raisers
$100,000,000 for chewin' smokin'
In New Jersey contractors
who found difficulty in finding
heavy teams for haulincr, pressed
two elephants into service with
such good results that they will
be used on all heavy work here
after. Tho contractor says two
elephants will do the work' of
four teams, particularly in soft
Frisco Time Table
No. 112, Pwwnger 12.01 p. m.
No. 114. Mixed 4 30 p. m.
No. 113. Mixed 9.30 a. ni.
No. Ill, -PasKeoKer 3.30 p. ra.
No. 112 connects at Linton with
dft.v train (or Texaa and Oklahoma
No. 114 connects at Flcaanton
with fast trains (or Texas and Ok
lahoma points, and for Memphis
and the southeast; also with local
passenger lor Kansas City, arrlTlng
at Kansas City 10.00 p. in.
G. R. Co . over, AgC
If you are in arrear to the Tri
bune please call and pny up. A
number of readers are behind ey
eral years and we must insitt on
settlement. Don't wait for a state
Imrnttobe mailed to vou. Look
at the date on your paper md you
can soon tell how much you owe.
Come and see us or send check or
postotTice money order, with a re
newal of your subscriptton, and
Subscribe for The Tribune.
Money to Loan.
I have a few thousand dollars
to loan on easy terms on good
H. P. Robinson.
fftture Gives Timely Warnings
That Ho Rich Hill Citizen
Can Afford to Ignore.
Dahurii HKiXAl, No. 1 comes from
the kidney stcretlous. They will
warn you when the kidneys aru nick.
Weil kidneys excreU a cloar, umber
fluid. Kick tlduegs send out a thin
pale and foamy, or a thick, red ill
smelting nrlno. full of sediment and
Irregular of passage.
Uanoku SiuXAi, No. 2 comes from
the 'back. Ilatik pains, dull and
heavy, or sharp and acuta, tell you
of sick kidneys and warn you of the
approach o( dropsy, (diabetes and
llrlgbt's dltteoae. Doau'a Kidney
Pills cure sick kidneys and cure
them permnneully. Hare's Rich Hill
Alfred Ileuefleld, llvlntf at the cor
ner of Tenth and Chestnut 8U., Rich
11111, Mo., says: "My exerlence
with luan's Kidney l'UU has lteeu
very aatltaclory. They were pro
cured at the Opera lloums Pharmacy
acd I jHod them for pain In my hack
w bleb had troubled mo for some
tli, ie. There was also a lameness In
my shoulders and sytiiptome of kid
ney Vf&kncs. I took Doan's Kid
Bey 1 Ills and before the box was Dn-
IsLtd f was all right aud the uclilujj
was ba.-jUUed. , 1 revalued my usual
eM-rgy aJid tha ktdueys became nor
mal In coodlUon. I cao eak confi
dently of -he vsJue of iJonu's Kid
ney nil "'id do not beitltute to
recommeud theia. They are most
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