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B1CIOIOXD.DAU.Y EALIvniUM-WJEDXBSnA-Y, JDECKMllfIB 4. 1901.
A OUB fMHfr AT AIH TO SKLL THE, f fT 1UMM J . . . IM THE HAKKET . . '. How the World Moves Only a few years ago everybody bought coffee green and roasted it at home. Now how many persons will you meet who have never seen coffee in the green state? Coffee roasting and coffee blending has got to be quite an art. We will not tell you our coffees are "the best." Everybody lays claim to that distinction, and everybody cannot be right. All we ask is a trial, and if your purchase proves satisfactory, we feel sure that vonr relations will be lasting ; if not, all the argu ment in the world would not prevail. GIVE US A TRIAL. John f. McCarthy II If H..: BEE HIVE GROCERY! s Canned Vegetables 15 cents 2 for 25c ermris 4 t BIIOTL' ERS EAKLY JUXE PEAS MAIIKOAVFAT PEAS STRING LESS BEANS LIMA BEANS BAKED BEANS SUCCOTASH BLUE LABEL CATS UP The superior quality of these goods i ell known. W hen you want the best, try them. IF TOt' (SET TT AT THE BE K HIVE. IT'S GUUD. 1W. E HASTINGS ' ' ' When Hunting for Bargains in COAL and SEWER PIPE The Pointer will have The correct scent And the trail will Lead to Mather Bros. Go. Central Livery Stable. UN DEK NEW MANAGEMENT. COACH SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY. Prices n Coaches for Weddings and Parties made on application. Prices on Coaches for Funerals, f3.0O to any city cemetery. Price on Pall-bearer Coach, $4.00 to any city cemetery. We solicit a share of your patronage. Both Phones NKVT 4 86 OLI) 31 Gaar & Shurley, 12 and 14 8th St. DUBLIN. Some of the welsl are getting tow and rain water is scarce, t ,-A. ,-. Rev. Lilly F reedy preached Sun day morning at the U. B. church. i Measles are interfering very badly with both public and Sanday schools. The shredder has been at work lately and a large amount of fodder has been run through it. Mr. axd Mrs. Middle ton Jones drove to Cadiz Sunday on a visit to their son." Quite a number of the properties of Dublin hare been undergoing re pai rs of late. Samuel Watson, the new landlord of the Ortal hotel. prepared a spec ial dinner on Thanksgiving, to which a large tumber feasted on the good things set before them. , An Odd Fellow and Daughter of Ret ekah social was held at the Odd Fellows hail Saturday evening. Dr. Kiracufe of the Central college uf the United Urethern at Huntintr ton, Ind. preached at the U,: B. church Sunday evening on the im portance of education. His special object was to solicit aid for the Central college located ' at Hunting ton. Dr. Kiracofe is president of that institution. ' The citizens of Mt. Auburn have petitioned to have the rural delivery of the mail for that place. . Miss Maggie Baird Etarted for Iowa Monday morning where she may spend some time before her return. Protracted meeting began inthfe Liberal U. B. church Sunday even ing. Airs. Sarah Davenport died - last Thursday morniDg, aged 74 years. She was married to Calvin Daven port ia 1841, who survives her; was the mother of seven children, four" sons 3 et living. Funeral was held Saturday, Rev. Pierce of the il, E. church officiating. ECONOMY. J. P. Burnett and wife visited1 at Indianapolis Thursday and Friday of last week. Miss Bayer of Richmond called on Miss Alma Robbins Wednesday. 3 FraDk Us born and Caleb remmore of Muncie spent Sunday with their parents here. Addison Mumbowers and family of Richmond spent Thanksgiving with relatives here. Rev J. M. Kabrich began a series of meetings at toe U. B. church Sun day night. Worih Clark of Richmond was the guest of relatives here Thanksgiving. The orchestra will give a pie social at the hall Saturday evening. Henry Lamb and wife and Everett Lamb and wife of Indianapjlis at tended the funeral of Mrs. Callie Lamb Sunday. Mrs. Julia Robbins of Richmond and son, By ram, of St. Paul spent Sunday with Mrs. M. C. Robbies.1 George Manning is very sick with pneumonia. Thomas Marshall and family of In dianapolis were the guests of rela tives here the first of the week. Mrs. Jennie Salsbury of Illinois and daughter of Iowa are the guests of Deck Haxton and wife Mrs. Caliie Lamb, wife of J. O. Lamb, died at her home Friday morning, aged 49 years, 9 mon- hs and 27 days. Funeral services at the M. E. church Sunday afternoon conducted by Ruv. Fred TLornburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams en tertained Miss Myrtle CUrk, Dr. Ed Clark of Indianapolis, Mort Edwards and family of Williamsburg, Mr. and and Mrs. Eliza Stevenson and others for dinner Thanksgiving. Harry Marshall and Clara Peckin paugh, John Van Schaick and Ora Shoemaker, Prentis Edwards and Mae Massey were married Wednesday evening, Nov. 27. Miss Mamie Williams and sister Louise of Richmond visited here last week. Aunt Letty Lamb is very low. Her death is expected at any time. Frank and Charley Sedgwick of In dianapolis visited at J.B.Sedgwick's over Sunday. Fountain eng. W in kf them. This year we have a tided t e lin that vm pares favorably wih any pn made at auy price, and we ak ju?t half waat thr dealers do. exiling n equally cood peu. The Richmond Pen for 75c to ?: 00, all with 14K b lid gold poiuts and best para hOiders, fully guara&Wd. Jenkins & Co., T2( MAIN ST. WITTS STATION. Charles Endsley and wife attended the infair given on Thanksgiven day at the home of William Druley and wife of Boston in honor of Jesse Druley and bride. Ben Tappen and family spent Fri day in Richmond. Zac Stanley and the Thanksgiving Christian cnurcn in Georse Holliday move to Richmond dance was eiven at family attended supper at the Boston. and family will tbs week. A their home on Monday evening. A number of young people attended and report a pleasant evening. --r---. L. C. Wit is here from Muncie visiting old friends and relatives. Miss Minnie Bennett spent Thanks giving in Oinnersvtlle. Charles Endsley and wife enter tained a number of friends to dinner Sunday. Among the number were Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Gillespie of St. Charles, O., Mr. and Mrs. James Seaney of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Isiac Druley of Liberty, and Mr. and Mrs. Lew Bee son of Richmond. Orville Tonev and wife were visit ors at A. R. Witt's Sunday. James Allen shipped a car load of hogs from this point Monday. Fred Stanley and wife returned to their home at "Wichita, Kan., after a two weeks' visit with John Deal and wife. Mrs. Stewart of Liberty was in this neighborhood Monday selling ex tracts. Mrs. Zac Stanley spent Tuesday ia Richmond. Ben Tappen and family attended church at Hanna's Creek Sunday. Masonic The Richmond Masons are in re ceipt of a cordial invitation fom Winchester ldge U D to visit them on Wtdnesdav, December 15. Work in the third degree on twelve c-indi dates. "IT IS IGNORANCE THAT WASTES EFFORT." TRAINED SERVANTS USE SAPOLO Winter is Nov Here and at such a time it often happens that ready cash is badly needed. In such cases come to us at once. You can borrow money from us on your furniture, piano, team, fixtures or other personal property of value without removal. You can get any amount from $10 to fhKK ; You can get it on short notice. You can bare from three to twelve months time. You can pay it back weekly, monthly, quarterly, or as you may desire. You will have the use of both the money and the property. You will be treated courteously. ' You will receive honorable, satisfactory dealings. Your business will be strictly confidential. . If you owe a balance to any furniture store we will advance you the money to pay them off. You can also get some additional money for other purposes, if you wish. Yur payments will be so small that you will not feel them. You can als make loans on diamonds, watches aad other valuables left in pledge. We also malce loans to salaried people who are permanently employed by re liable firms, on their personal note without security. Do not fail to call on us when in need of money. RICHMOND LOAX CO., EsTAiii.iiiED inns. Room 8, Color-ial Building, S. E. Cor. Main and 7th Sts. Home Phone 445. K. & L. SEAL COATS THE HI S5g BEST FUR MANUFACTUR ERS IN AMERICA. Christmas Fur Opening Tomorrow, Thursday. i H f Mr. A; N. LEVENTHAL, of Klein & Leventha), New York's Leadirg Furriers, has consented to give us a Christmas Fur Opening tomorrow Tharsday is the day. Mr. Leventhal will be here with a number of trunks containing a representation of their magnificent stock of manufactured furs of all kinds. Mr. Leventhal will be prepared to deliver many of the goods which he will exhibit I ; j ? ! t - c& Biekmann. 3kOTE The doakdepartment.clearance i ssje opened ihjs morning. Sale includes every fur jacket and cape in our stock. All fine goods are the famous K. & L. make.