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I HIS 13 A VALUABLE COIN.
Bilver Dollar Coined in 1804 Would
Bring the Tindrr A Tnncj
"Watch your silver dollars." a
Kansas City baiiUr-r, who. according to
the Journal, Is tuititethlnR of n tiumls
matlAt fll 1,8 iiioiiry-mnliiT. "If
you find one with the ilute 1 you run
frl a fancy price for It. Of all tho dol
lar coined by the Fnlte.1 Flatoa, that 1
the rarest and must costly."
Then he explained that the ehnncci
. were against one turnluR up hy accl lent,
there are oi.ly six of that (lute known
to be In existence. They have been sold
from 1,000 to 2.r.'i0 each. The first Is
auoa of silver dollar.!, dated lTi'4, ara
worth from $j0 to. $IfO riich. - Others
that command a premium nie those of
I8.M, 1S.".2 and IS.'.S. There are two pat
tern dollars of lS'S an J ls.19 that ara
They were coined as patterns an1
never circulated. Between 1S04 and
1839 there were no silver dollars coined
or put in circulation.
8,000,000 American Flaps Annually.
Patriotism hns become the Imsis of a
great American Industry. Iieeause of
the aaiazing Increase of patriotic aecti
ment In this country during the last
decade the manufacture of American
Bags has quadrupled. Wore than 3.Gi0,
COO Star Spangled Panners annually are
made of silk and bunting, but these form
only a small portion of the total cum
ber of United Stales Caps that are bora
that live and die between January and
January. In remote farming district
where ten years apo the national color
were rarely seen, tvery suitable occa
sion witnesseH a flae display. The Baa;
baa been added to the household gods
from Maine to California and from tha
Gulf of Mexico to the Canadian line.
American Coous In Ktissia.
A mile of shops In St. Peterjtmrjf.
and I found only one which displayed
an article of British manufacture!
Could It be possible? Cno could not
walk the same distance in Berlin. Paris
Had New Tork, I assured myself, with
the like result. Ha! Here la an Iron
monger's with its shop front crammed
with tools of every description;; iatha
carriers, planer centers, saws, planes,
ax-heads, speed-indicators, stopcocks,
and the thousand and one utensils ol
the engineer and mechanic. My eya
fastens eagerly on a dozen articles, t
Vook them over one by one. All mada
In U. S. A. London News.
Ha Had a Case.
"Pa, what's omnipresence?"
"It la being everywhere at the aaraa
"Gee!" replied the boy, after ho had
scratched his loft ear and his left leg,
and tad rubbed his back against a cor
ner of the bookcase, "I guess the hive
must be that kind." Chicago KccorA
ii i Mirrii vf TniniiRir
iLL umLi I muuwLi
ONE DOLLAR PER
YEAR IN ADVANCE
PRINT THE NEWS ALWAYS
When but little of your spare earnings
will buy you a small farm of the rich
est soil on earth in tho
Of Southern Texas.
Sold on the easy payment plan. A the acre farm
in this great country is better than a salary of $2000 a
year. See iue every Friday, at U. S. (J. ProwoH's
office, or mail this today to
Drazos Valley Colonization Company,
5C0-I-2 ictor Lid, Kansas City, Mo
or Allen, tlie Land Man, Adrian, Mo.
(1 l'leane mujl me further pariirulai
f h 1 ins in the llrazut Valley.
TALE OF A FICKLE SAILOR.
Ced na an Example to Illustrate tha
InsUbllity of a Pol
itician. Mayor Weaver, of the awakened city
of l'lilllalelphlh, v,:i talUlnn to a re
porter ul"iit a veryosi ire rind wily poll
ttelnn, relate tho IPiffulo Kiiuulrer.
"It in dinVnit'sald the mayor, "to pet
this man to do aisyll.InK he doesn't w ant
to do. Cornered, be advattcea argument
after argument anaint-l the rotirso you
desire him to pursue, lie begin with
weak arguments. oil think you ve goi
Mm. Hut Jut as victory appears as
sured, he imt.i forth a final argument
that is Insuperable, a final argument
that floors yoii thoroughly.
"The felloe la like a fickle sailor of
the old romaCce. This pallor was strong,
handsome and pay. The girls liked him,
and he, I fear, liked the f Iris. The fol
lowing conversation, one moonlight
night, in the tropics, passed between
him and a young woman:
" "Then, Jack, when shall we be car
ried?' " 'Put I promised my wife, sweet
heart, that I would never marry a sec
"The young girl, beautiful In the flat
tering moonlight, murmured:
" 'Would you cast me off for the sake
i of a promise to a dead woman ?'
i " 'But she isn't dead yet, said the
' fickle sailor."
THE SURVIVAL OF ANIMALS
How the Various Speciea Manage to
1 Escape Extermination by Nat
i ural Enemies.
How Is the balance of life on tha
globe maintained? Why have not spa
des exterminated species? Why have
not the birds exterminated the Insects,
and the hawks and owls exterminated
the birds?- Because the Insects are so
much more prolific than the hawks and
owls. The hawks and owls are also
more restricted as to food. The more
adaptive an animal Is the greater are
the chances of surviving, writes John
Burroughs, in Outing. If wolves and
foxes could browse like deer and sheep
and rabbits, they would ba as numerous
as these latter specie.
The potato bug has unduly Increased
In the cast because its food la abundant
and its enemies have noi appeared. Tha
forest worms threatened to destroy the
maple woods of aome sections till lta
enemy, the Ichneumon fly, appeared.
Rabbits have Increased unduly In Aus
tralia because their natural enemlea
have not kept pace.
The Tribune is "THERE"
when it comes to turning out 'o')
work. Try us.
Remember the Rich
in regard to your 5 cre
DAYLIGHT CAME TO HIM.
Tkam n Awoke to the Advl..b!lltJ
of Making Ilimaelf Some
Penelope was In that condition (4
aourriess which oven a twaetpea cat
gwt onn'tlm'. When a pretty Rlrl
who knows sho ran get all the beaux
alio wlxhcs to havo bowing at bor foet
le bi-lnR pursucil by an Mint In ruascu
line form who cuts a ftarlcn walk
town the middle of hit hcai and
nakos the hair on the aides of It to
glisten with the smoothness ot well
rolled lawns, she may be ersed for
trowing sour, says the rtalttuiore 8u!V
The masculine Idiot had written that
be meant to call that evening and
Tenelnpe was now abaking her clasped
bands In her lap, wrinkling her pretty
brows and staring disgustedly at her
sister, the while she exclaimed:
"Idiot, Idiot! I dont want him."
"Tell Mary to say you're out," aug
gested the sister.
"Cut Georpe Washington never told
a He," said Penelope).
. "George Washington waon't a girl
with Idiots calling on him her I
should have said."
"And I would have to ask for Mary's
discharge the minute she left the door,
and continue to hire maids, have them
lie and discharge them forever and
ever, for this man needs a sykscraper
before he can see daylight, and I
couldnt retain my self-respect with a
maid who had told an untruth for me
walking about the house with an air of
nelng on a plane of equality In crime."
"It's the only way. I'll go ten min
utes before he's due. You must ace
him. After making the engagement
and finding me gone, he should have
sense enough to go home and think It
over althoet;! he'll be aure to come
back the next day. I'll atay out long
enough to let him get away and then
return to tha new novel."
Sho went. He tame. The sister
said she was out.
Horrora' Was there ever such a
man? "I'll wait for her," he said. "She
knew that I was coining. She'll surely
Ilelplejs, her mir.d In a tumult as
she attempted to summon her force
to fight him off. the sister eat on the
opposite sidi of tho room and talked
to him sweetly. A woman simply can't
A ring at the bell. " Tls she . from
the Idiot. "111 hide behind the door
and surprise her.
"Dut I beg you wont."
"I I I" . The sister struggled.
grew red, tried to tell the truth,
couldn't, and opened the door.
Penelope sailed In like a fair dream.
But her speech was not dreamlike.
From her pretty, refined Hps came no
less than this: "Has the fool gone?"
And then her eyes and his met.
Without a word he left. Daylight
had come to him at last.
This actually happened In rtaltlmore.
LUNCH FOR AUTOMOBILISTS
To Provide Al Fresco Meals Is a 2fw
Branch of tha Reataurant
Arranging the automobile luncieon
Is one of the problems lit luxury to
those persons who prefer an al f:seo
meal In thee spring days to one In a
restaurant Naturally, there art maoy
who are ready to supply this tew de
mand, says the New York Sun.
One establishment In a side street
near Fifth avenue undertakea to sup
ply the entlnre lunchet and aka only
the number of guests and the price
one Is willing to pay. This Is usually
a large one. and even for the owner of
the $20,000 car this man's luncheons
are regarded as a luxury.
Into the hamper he puts cold potted
quails, preserved entire and to be
eaten Just as they come from the
porcelain Jars. Then there are also
ducks, which may be a!lcd and served
with no other preparation than what
any cold duck would require.
Partridge and grouse are aim to be
eaten as readily, and they are to be
had from this dealer, who brinas thera
Dvr from French manufacturers who
made them for generations before au
tomobiles were ever thounht of. Pot
ted hare Is also one of the specialties
of this little shop of gastronomic rari
ties. If the appetites of the guests are not
to be satlxfled with cold game or
meats, there are also hot dlnhes, or
rather dlxhf that may be made hot
with very little trouble. These In
clude Frankfort sauhagea, with a slice
of boiled French bacon and sauerkraut
made In Straaburg. and thua posaesa
tng the merits of the French and the
Civets of rabbit cooked with a great
deal ct pepper, lamb'a feet In cream,
tripe a la mode da Caen all these
pro.! nets of French kitchens are to be
made ready by an external application
of hot water. That la easily aupplled
by the kettles, without which no well
ordered automobile ever leaves lta
To these substantial dishes be adds
French fruits In glana that need only
to be taken out of the bottle to eat.
rare p! Wles and, In the season, fresb
The RusHlans and Japanee have as
occasional ruHtuin In common, one ol
which U that of spi Inkling flowers bj
Oiling the mouth with water and
spraying It over the plants. The Kua
stao peasant woman goes a bit fur
ther; she washes tier baby In the aani
Wil Alwaya Lucky.
Evana I)ii'Vtiison died a week aftri
h was married,
Enptc ll always Ttt lack.
A Dollar And A Moral,
The Clemen's Osknmp, a Cincin
nati jowclry concern, taken up
rnont of a handnome advertise
ment in tho Times-Star of July
1 2 with this utory :
Hix years ao in Weher county,
Utuh, a farmer put his initials
on a dollar hill. Next day h
came to Option he spent it with a
merchant. Meforo six months
had passed he pt the snnm ilul
1 lar buck. .Four times in three
years tho bill cnuie back to him
for produce, and three times l e
heard of it in tho pockets of his
neighbors. The last time he saw
the bill was three years ago. He
sent it to a mail order house. lie
will never see that bill again.
The dollar bill will never pay any
more school or county taxes for
him, will never build or brighten
any more homes in the com
munity. lie sent it entirely out
of usefulness to himself and his
neighbors when he sent it to the
mail order house.
Moral. Trade at jour home
jewelery store, where your dollar
buys most anything and where
you may get it back again and
Learn To Swim.
More than one half of drown
ings reported of young persons
who have never learned to swim.
The art of swiming is easily ac
quired, especially by children.
Those who have mastered it de
clare that life has few more
pleasurable sensations than that
which creeps over the body at
playinsj in the water. Every
muscle is brought into activity,
and the man or woman tastes the
joy of pure animal pport Bays r
If you do not know how ti
swim, make it a part of the sum
mer's duties to learn. Hunt up
the nearest swimming pool.
Practice long strokes and diving,
and the overturned boat on p
powd, the tipping of a canoe on
an unknown lake at the rcsorl
will have no terrors for you.
Tho swimmer with a cool head
in tho water can take care of him
self, and make it his privilege to
help others who have neglected
an important item in their educa
Parties sending for back num
bers of the Tribune for a certain
article should give the date wht-i
the said article appeared. If the
exact date is not known tell the
For I Irnt Iiihn Work
!ruiii'ly turned out.
ml at rciiKtniMide
Jirlcew, C' me to I'H.
We Print Anyting!
Sale Hills Circulars
Programs Hill lids
. Milk Tickets
V. & M. Hank Huilding.
i Republican Ticket at'''"'v".-"':."ii,:::;;,";.r
llellHTt K. Il.nlle.v, Ji !Vrol t Ity
For l.li iitrim 1 t ii rrnoi
,lli'ol F, (tiiielicli. K'HHii xllIo
For Secret nry o( State j
John K. SiVMiincr, Mll ni.
For Mule A lull tor.
.li'Nxle A Tollrrtoti, ''ItillMOH
For Stntr Trvint!ivr
Wilbur I". Xlnrl c . ffcifioti I'lty
For Attorney tieueini
Fr.-mk II. Fiilkeri' m, St. ,IomIi
North T, tieiitr. . o!ihiiIiIm.
For Kullronil hihI Wareboiiw
Amos I.. Cub limn, Peoto
II, II. WaHhliurn, t'npe (iiranlciiu
Win. W. Wilder Ste. tleiievlcve
For Judge or 1 In Mnni'me Court
Argils Cox. Hi II Mir.
Kdwnrd Hlgl: e. Kirk-vine.
John (1. Park Kiiiikun 'It.v.
For JuJue oe Kaiimis i'lty
t ourt of Aciiln.
Arch H. Duv a lillliKotlie.
F.dwln C. V oervev. K11 iiki It.v
For Kepti'wiitiitallve In CoimrrnH
alxt Ii coiinrvrdn!iiil ilit rlct -
Wllllnm . Atl.ooii, iiuiler
Johu 11. HuK'H, Itlch Hill.
Ira Martou Brown, lludxon tup
Pcn F. Wis, pleasant iip tup.
For Judge of the county rourt
It. M, Wilcox, Mound t u uxhlp
For Jude of the county court
W. II. tiherkln. Lone Oak t.
Kininett McLiiulilln, Omip-tw ii.
For Profcciitlnn Attorney
tieo. Templet on, lili-li I: ill.
Charted Franklin I Wan!, tin tier
F r Treasurer
Char e Arthur Ijine, Prairie t p.
William W. Park. Charlotte twp.
Willlmn A. senrfu. Ione Ouk twp
P.r Pul.llc Administrator
Frank Allrii, Mt. Plcaimnttup
William Alexauder P.oldson,
Order of Tubllc tioit
First Insertion June 2 tW
STATF. OF MISSoCltl 1
County of Hates ss
III the Circuit Court, to Oi tolsT
term, )U' In vacation June iX, Iis
llenrv C. Siiks, Plaintiff,
I,roiiii P. . Stilus. iH fcndaiit.
Now ut this day comes the Fluhit-
ff In ri ln, by Ids A 1 tornej s.
lein i.. to!i ami lluli s, and Hies his
.lit-..,. ,,,,.1 ltli.l..l ..n..i..
aim. 11' other tilings that iK-fctidant.
I'ona P. Sutras, is 11 iion-n-sldent of
the State of Missouri:
Whereupon, It Is ordered by the
t'leik In acatiou, tlial said IVfcDd
ant U noilfled by Pulillcatlon that
I'lilntlll has commenced a suit
iiKaliiNt her In this Court, the object
and m'v.t nil nature of wbUli Is to
o'ttaln a Decree ol I'lvorce from t lie
defenilni t lien III, ou the following
I hat Hie di feudant has nbsented
lieisell from the Pl;i!::t;rf without 11
leaMoiialilo raure, for I lie apncp ot
me u hole . ear next Ih lure t he IIIIiik
of the m-Iioii herein, and that tin-It-hs
the said b'liini P. Slices ls and
appear si llils coint. Ill till) licit
tel III I hereof, to ln Ih-UII and hold
en nl le colli t house i the city of
lliitli-r, III on lil county, on the first
Monday In ( ictoU r, ltH. J.ind on or
Ih fore the first day of said term, an
swer or diad In the Petition In said
cause, aid sa v' tie taken aa
coiifesr -d, and judgment renden-d
iu'i'iii dlnl 1',
Ai d Ii l-i fuillur ordered that a
copy hereof Is-1 1 11 1 1 1 is 1 I , ae ordiii(t
to law, In the lUcli Hill Triliune, 11
lieu s a)s'r imlilihlied In si. Id County
of liales for four W ci ks slli i eshl vely ,
ptililislied at least once a Week, the
last Insertion to Is. nl least thirty
il'ij Is fore the first day of mild neit
iK toU-r ter.ii of this Court,
'J'. I). FMIIIIt.K,
A True ( o;iy from the Itecord.
U In ess my hand, nn I seal of the
t Ircult Coin t of Itiitis Countj, this
liOih d,ij of June, 11K 8.
T. 1). KlIUKKK,
No'ica to Sicktolders,
llacpy Hill Hchool Minis-,
Ju::e 1H, lUH.
Notice N la reliy Klven that a n.ect
Intf ! tlie stinkhuldera of tlm Jlav
l) UUITili pUyue Cutupau v JU Le
ant Oiip 'l ow iislilp, In the county of
Pairs, and stale of Missouri, on the.
JMh day of August, 1!MH, lit 7:.'1I p.
m , for the purpose of voting upon n
proposition then and mere to 1st
sii'niiltled. to Increase the capital
?isk of mild company from Five
lliiiidnd i,.)l,irs. Its presriit nntlior
led capital, to Seven llnudn d mid
Tweni i, Hats.
tut x r sum:, pr. sldent.
. C. TllOIIMH nn, '
in,) A Majoilty
i . of the
V, J Dlnctors.
J. i : 1..1M
I . N. M hum..
.nu,iM. II. liAMMUi. Seilelary,
Order of Publication
stati: of Mi-tMirm, .
miM V ok 1111 1 :s, I ss-
In the circuit court. Oetols-r term
I'.i" In vacation Ju'y l lth, PKIH
Fiances Siultli, Plitlutirf,
.lames It e-iid! 1: and t he unknow n
la irs of KoLert V. Smith, di-ceasl,
Now at this day comes the Plalut
ill herein. Iiji her Atlnrm-.m,
Teliipletoii mid Hales,
and Mies her Pel It ion and Allidavit.
dl Kin.-', aiiio- otlnr thlnn t twt t
lefeii..iiit-. tie unknown heir of
Itolsrt .Smilli, except Jntnea B.
Smiih. are lion resl.lents of the state
Whereupon It Is ordered liy the
Clerk In vacation, that said di feud
nnts he notified l.y Pul.llt ntlou that
Plaintiff has commenced a unit a
Kalust tin iu In this Court, the object
and j.eiii ral nature of
which Is to olitalti n ilin ree ot this
court, nscertalu'ii!; the Interests of
the respective pnrtleH hcnlii, and
that the land hereinafter dewrllsd
U' sold at. d tlie p (H-ccds Is- appor
tioned iiicordinsr to the respctlve
rights of the pirtles entitled thereto
and that the lu'cn-st of France
Smith Is-paid over to her, and the
In i-rvsts of all other parties U laid
in trust as prated in the Petition, to
the follo vliiKdesciiln-d lauds, sltuata
lu Katea county, Missouri, tow it:
All that part of the aoulh half of
the sotnh-4-ki-t iiaricr of wctlou
t weiity- lKlu (Oi) lying west of the
tgH Klver; al- the north twenty
p)l Hcres of the north-west ijunrtcr
of the norlh-eust (luurtcr of sii llou
thlrty-thrvf (;tl and the north ten
(10) acres of that part of the north
east quarter of the uortlK-ast (piar
leiofsaid section thlrty-thn-e (33)
lying west of the Osags Klvcr; also
all that part of the north west quar
ter of the south-west quarter, lying
lioith of the Onage ilur In eectlou
IWCtlty-seVelHiTl and Six Mi) acrea
off the south side of the sout Ii-w e t
quarter of the tn.i tln ast quarter In
said si-ctloii tweuiy-M'vn c7); also
the oiith half of tlie tiorth-wct
quarter if the south-west quarter,
and the liorth-east quarter if the
north west quarter of the southwest
quarter nf srct:oli fifteen (15) all III
township thirty-eight (SM, of K.iiig
thirty tSii). and that diiI.mi the sa'd
unknow n heirs of Itols-rt W. Smith,
di-ceased. Is' and appear at this
court, at the next term thereof, to ls
Is-guil (Hid holdeli at the court hotls.
lu the ( Ity id Puller, In said county,
on the first Monday In OctotsT, IWW
and oil or Is fore the flrsi day of said
IVrm, nnsw er or idead to tlu s tlt
Ion In aahl cause, and same will Isj
lakell aa confessed, and judgment
w 111 1h rendered accordingly.
And It la further ordered that a
copy hereof Ik; published, according
to law . In the l;U Ii Hill Triliune, a
new spnpcr puldidicd la aald county
of Hates for four week successively,
puliilslied at least once n wi k, am
last Insertion to ts at least thirty
day Is fore the first day f said next
Oitolsr lei in of this court.
T. I. F.iulin-c, Circuit Ch ra
A Tilt K I IIIA t MOM TIIK llkl I'HIl,
Witness my baud and seal of
(Seal) the Circuit conn of Hat. a
county, this pith day of July
'1', D. l.Miiiin', cln nil i U rk.
Notice otjl'tiiul H. tilt lurut.
Notice Is hen by gl u to all credit
ors mid others Interested In the es
tate of .lnry V.. Young, ili-ceim.il,
that I, (ico, P. Huckeby, Adminis
trator of said estate, Intend to make
Html settlement thereof, nl the licit
term of tlie Hates County Probate
Court, In Hate couuty. State of
Missouri, to I a held t ilutler, Mia
sourl, on the HHh day of August,
1's'H. I Ico. P. lluikcby,
Farm For Sale
171 acres good aa tho best In
HatcH Co., one and one half miles
from Ity., small house, nOw ham,
trxnll orchard, lonty of Bhado
tree, living well and thrco
springs. "Part cash, balanco
tenns. Addreaa box 12, liicll
Hill, Ma I't