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is the place to get Goods to Feed Your Face. If you Want th est You'll Find itThre. And then, they always treat you fair. They give full Weight, 16 oz. to the pound They willingly correct errors wherever they are found. So throw your prejudice away, step in there to-ilav, You'll never regret it, don't you forget it. SOME BRIGHT JEWELS CTAR K TREES offer for fall 1901 and BDri Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon the strong founda tion of Quality. The stock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qtiai Constitution. bird was placed in it. a glass top put on it and then sealed. The coffin was made out of a Worth Reading From The Atlanta ' sor,d block of red cedar. Today the bird looks just as it did thirty years ago and during all j ! that time Oscar has kept it near ; ni9 desk where lie could see his. j little friend and think of the, sweet music that is now silent . j Hv the product m niV ronrUT box and pack lree previous years. TTC r1 I lil-lvll I , guarantee pare i. niv ricu TTC rtl lOn salesmen. Outfit sent free ' ol all previous years. tt r i guarauieo piu o.- rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. , . a., . niirh WEEK nmi want more CTIIDK LOUISIANA. HO. nuuuiinri nui. Dansillle, N. V.,ete. k Shakespeaieau Classic FREE! MfeF you do not own a complete Shakespeare, or if you W ffl . t . - . i . i . .. 4 ... iv; . : Tif own H complete set anu me nuies aie uui buiuviciii " I B If stud v of the piavs. s and six cents in stamps to pay postage, and we ware1 to you an eleganl printed copy ot 'O ha lr mmmmm,m mm 4-U mm m oiidhcspcaic IMC IWICI i. .ii i ..i. ;c ...... . .. ,. I ,..,,,... t:i... m VJ saries, no Critical Comments, or DO helps to then study of the plays. sMid us your name and address will tor .jY WaTrEll BAOEHOT - Thin llilliaul anil unique essay i solrl by nothor prbllsher at ftOc b copy. With it we will semi a line pliotomayure plnte of Shakespeare and a colored chicroalte plate, representing a acetic from one of the plays, anil hints regarding the ftnJy f the plays. We male this olTer Pi enable us to give you come lnfoitnatlon regarding the best Hmkc spenrc ever pub Ished. anil it Is made only to reliable men and women. Bend name and address and six cents in stamps to pay postage. Mention the Monroe City Democrat when writing. 5C The University Society, Dept. E. 78 Fiffl Ave. New York. IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE Merchandise, or anything else to sell or exchange, list it with us. If you want to buy or trade for Real Estate, Merchandise, or any thing else, see us, for we have calls almost dally for such things, and can generally aid you in either selling, exchanging or buy ing anything you have or may want as we keep posted and al ways know who to see and what to do. We make special low rates on farm loans, and write deeds, wills, leases and contracts of all kinds. Notary Public and Stenographer in oftlce. X DAVENPORT &c LEAB. X f I We have in stock a nice and complete line of Caskets, Robes and Fibers I Can furnish on very short notice anything required ; in this line at moderate prices. Mrs. Nichols will assist i in preparing the bodies of women and children The ; handsome funeral car will be furnished gratis to those who deal with us. We can be found at the comer of Main 1 and Summer sts. Phone 25, or at the Davenport residence property, 1 block east ot J. J. Kogers, cor. 1st & Davis sts CEO. M. NICHOLS & CO. It's thankful I am for escapin' The riehe-i that trouble us so; I'm thankful an' poor, An' I'm wantin' no more Than what the Lord gives me below. A Are for to warm me in winter, A shelter that keeps out the rain, j An' when spring's smilin' sweet, All her flowers at my feet, plain j An' the freedom of mountain an' My wealth ia the wealth that is hidden I An' yet that's as full an' as free As the winds that blow over The daisies and clover As broad an' as deep as the sea. For it's love of the green world around us, An' the blessin's that fall from above; An' it's this that is in it: You're rich if you win it The gift that the lowly call Love. The Sweet Singer of Swains baro gives us this rhyming political note: "Now polities are getting warm From Adrain to Wade, The moonshine stills are turning out The hottest pizen made." Never rain' believers, Ef de way is long en col', You kin keep de tire burnin' DatT. warm you ter de soul, En we' 11 all get down On de Halleluyar groun", En we'll sop. de milk en honey En we'll pass it all eroun'. 'If I meet you in heaven, John," said the wife at his bed side, "we'll have to steer clear ot ray first two husbands. They were awful jealous of me." "Bier Williams, sence you all time singin' 'bout de yuther side er Jordon, how come you ain't in no hurry ter git dar?" "Bre'r Thomas, you shouldn't ax sich leadin' questions. 'Sides dat, you well know I can't swim." Don't want no seat in glory Ez high ez Zion wall, Fer ef I los my balance, How great would be dat fall. But put me wid de lowly," Dar, in deProrais' lan' Wid all de milk en honey Conwenient ter' my han'. Y mm - y mmmmm are likely to be used for glazing eoffeet If yon knew, yon would bo aura to demand Lion Coffee which is never contaminated with any glazingof any sort, oitheroggs or glue Just pure, fresh, strong, fragrant coifeo. Tho sealed package Insure on I. lortu quality ami iresnuuna. sub- BOX CAR TOURISTS His Dollar s Worth. "Here's a dollar fer yer paper one vear." said the new scriber. "Yes," replied the editor. "An' I want that new sewin' Expose Their Ignorance in Last Week's machine you throw in as a pre- Palmyra Herald. mium. " "Of course." "Monroe Selects "An' a free chance at (bat gave fl grand hop n bicycle you're offerin'." rick's eve. Some "Exactly." dancers went j t ..A.....C i,;.. i. hiU .n.iii Bitrhts and Mttend premium watch come my way. mebbe I'll git you another sub- Slliuri, "Yes. Anything else youj want?" Nuthin' I kin think of. Good morn in'!'' And after he depaited the editor sighed, -Thank heaven. S Pat-Palmyra to ee the t he hop, but ' to their sorrow when they not j near Ely stal Ion the conductor Informed them he would lose his position if he slopped at Monroe City. But beln :i very accommodating man he naid be would slow up on Hie hill, so the boys succeeded in '.retting off about a miie from tue city limits and walked alo'ig the he didn't ask for the building track .patiently hoping oon to and a town lot!'' Atlanta Con see some sights Some f i heboys stitution. haven't fully recovered from the sights, especially the roll ing ladder and the Rgian music box. At the hour set for it a dlsnrdi'reil naudltloii of the stomach and constipation of the bowcla A dose or twoor unamrjeriain s iiuinm-uauu Liver Tablets will will correct these disorder and cure the headahe' Bold by Wood t)tn- stand. THE ST. LOUIS WORLD World's Fair City New Ideal Newspaper. INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING. MORNING WEEKLY SUNDAY. newspaper THE WOULD will appear in March the for the homo and ottieo. TH WORLD will be supplied by the unrivalled Hearst's Syn dicate K Kwi ami I'ictorial Service. All tho News from all over the World, Including all the sports of the day. Tho Sunday World will be a gem in itself, uotainiir among other exclusive features: Separate great magazine of illustrated in formation. Magazine of current thought and opinion written by the ablest men and women thinkers of the world. Special articlex on sporting events. Subscription Rates by Mail, Payable in Advance. Morning and Sun day. Ono Vear J5.00 8 Months 2.50 3 Mouths 75 Morning Without Sunday. One Year 83.00 6 Month 1.50 1 Month 25 Sunday Edition. Otto Vear $2.00 6 Months 1.25 1 Month 25 Usual commission allowed to Weekly edition only 50c a year. Postmasters and Rural Mail Orders. The World Wants a Live Agent in Each Town at Once. Write at once, Giving Reference at to Financial Responsibility. HsSSfflSSSBSBBHHSH-B-HBSSSSBBSM So.ne of the civil service questions this vear contain the very essence of humor and may be paraphrased thus; How would a bow-legged man get through the eye of a needle? II your grandfather should marry your mother - in law's second cousin what do you sup pose the old lady would think of it. What is the average rainfall iu the state of Kentucky, and do the colonels there appreciate it? Who is Chauncey M. Depew, and what do you understand by his jokes? w Brother Dickey's Yankee Folks. "I don't quite on'erstan' dem yankee folks," said Brother Dickey. 'Why, they've done a great deal for your race?" "Yes, sun, en dat'sdes whar de trouble comes in, Dey gives dollar atter dollar ter eddicate de nigger, en w'en de nigger done pull thoo' college he go ter 'urn en 1 if he hat en say: " 'Mawnin', sun! Hit's a fine mawnin'. sub.!' ' 'Yes,' de yankee ten im, 'Hit is a wery tin' mawnin'; but what is it you wants wid de mawnin' en me?' " 'I des drap in ter say dat I done got my eddication, sub.' -Weli. what cie devil is I iri-t tar 1 A twill rt!lt' ' 'Well, suh, speak up de nigger. 'Hit wuz you dat gimme de eddication. en now I wants ycu ter tell me what ter do wid it!' "En what you reckon he say in answer ter dat? He open he the dance the boys strolled to wards the sc called opera house where they fouiiil a tove u a dubious chill while smoke gush ed out of ,i flue oil the other ide of the room like a steam ship In mid ocean. Finally the Monroe beau monde vul hi an appearance dressed in felt boots and leggings The crest fallen Palmyra boys overcome by those leggings went way back and sat down The menu at the conclusion ot the festivl ties included oysters but in the absence of diving suits they were left to repose in ihe soup. Finally by the pa e gleam ot the switcn light the i i s found tile depot and go. ..... oj.dder but considerably wiser. Coun try boy are unsuited to city way Palmyra-Youngsters " Palmyra Herald. The Her.ld'-i Coiumns are always open for a tale ot woe. told by those who it iabehave themselves - Went way back and sat down." Unfortunately for the fair fame of the City of Flowers, it haf some young men who cauuot come In this B. 0's Canary. There is affection and senti ment of various hues and de grees When the little tots, especially if they happen to be girls, loose a pet bird, dog or cat, they arrange for a funeral. Not so with B. O. Wood, though j his love goes out to a pet with the same gentleness and full ness as that of a child. Thirty year ;ago he had a! canary. Robert E. Lee. that he) was greatly attached to. One) day the tabby cat caught and killed the bird. Oscar promply embalmed his feathered ffMend and then proceeded to make a coffin for it. When the coffin was finished, the remains of the IF YOU WANT I eye wid-lak uis-eu den he say, icjtv and be in it two hours with wid a tu: 'way look in be eye: out yetting in a condition to " 'D n ef I know! I ain't got I 'went wa y back and s it down.' no job fer you. You better tfo I "Palmy I a Youngsters" Fatty back whar you come f'utn. en Erdman and Jake Berthofer, settle down. 'Sides dat. disis should have kept Iheir own my busy day. John, show dis consul for a letter from the cullud gentleman whar de do' ; other young men from Palmyra at! Wish you ffood , luck, suh ' arrived in the same mail w ith Good mawnin!' " the H.-raUl. Tiu-v repudiate the "youngsters" and their smart roast, ii is doubtful if they would know au oyoeror If an oysit-r would 't-coguiia them when Introduced, f the boy came in on a tie ticket or canted the conductor lu violate rnleh, we are sorry for In) !i But as all trains thai stoii -t Palmyra, stop here and Mme stop here that don't sto.i there I hey have no kick Beside thic:ty has three li. Ii s their blooming burg one. This city 18 III darkness, its plant was burned but it will have another one soon. And to vap the climax Erdman and Berghofer wete unbidden guest to the feast. Possibly because they w ere not Selects." BUY, SELL, RENT TO REAL I ESTATE OR Borrow Honey Insure Property Call on N. L. HUME. Dr. Hoi nine. Oculist Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. anu.