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The G, M, Nichols Grocery
i the plncc to y i Goods to Feed Your Face. If you Want th est You'll Find it Thre. Aim) then, they always treat you fair. They give lull weight, HI OK. to thf pound, They willingly correct errors wherever they are found. Ho throw your prejudice nwny, Step in there to-day, You'll never regret it, don't .you forget it. I B II III! IB HI TMMMBMaanM MIIWl CORRESPONDENTS. CTnRK m it v ii' B M r rivn TREES Have a 77-YK. RECORD. built upon tin) iitrnnu; foUOds tion Of (lUlllitv. Tllll Htorlr wo Offtr for full HH)1 and aprinx VM'i surpasses In qunl- i product m riAV ruriruT dox ana paotc xrea, of nil pnivloim vaan. V rtAi I 11m VI 1 1 gnarantse para ar il. Bnarantaa entire satisioriion. ktahk rnuiT hook mm upon rrnuom,. . . M . Ml. 111! ILIILI , k i Ainui'iiriwrKH nii want, morn a nun TT3 I B yfvJSS auluuinun. Outfit Hout riiliK. Newsy Items Complied for us by our Country Correspondents. ri'uu MO. Hunuvlll. Ala. Daaerllle, N. Y.,ete. A SlialcesDeaiean Classic f- FREE! kl'' you do not own a complete Sha kespea re, or il you "pit own a complete set and the notes are not sufficient J JJJ iv full and clear, il there are no .satisfactory Clos 5vj s.nii-s, no Critical Oommenti, or no helps to the study ol the plays, send us your name and address and six cents in stamps to pay postage, and we will for Ward to you an elegant printed copy of "AhoLaananra th BUI a 'Y WALTBR BA0KH0T, This OnURCBpcaiC IIIC IWIa ..rllllm.l hi,,I hkI H.iiy l iir another prbllihet ( Me a ropy, Willi u wr will m ini a iin.t photogravure plate ol tnaktajiaara and a colored nbrotnaUo piaic, n i n m', a scene from one of the plays, and blntl regarding Iba slli ly ol tba plays. We make thianffcr lo enable in to j' i v you ' 1 1 r InfOI niHtlnii irj in ii!ih Hi.- btlt Shakespeare ever pub lahed, hihI il Is msde only lo rsllsbfe men son woinon. H.-mi nania and address and six cents in stamp lo puy i i i . M the Monroe 4 Illy lie mocral whi'ii wrlliiiK. Hatch. Too lata for last Issue, It. Si Hooper of ElVgAr's QroVO was Tero liiht week on business. Quito a numbaf from thin vicinity tiro attending Oiroult ('ourt in New London. Tin; dancing people or this plaoa wil attend thn Huntington hull Friday night April 4th. Wheat oropa looking well. Parmera busy sowing onto and plowing for uorn, Several from thla place will attend oburoh at the ( lathollc ohuroh in your city Sunday. Grass iioiin to poi up ami tin; bot tom baa fallen out of liih feed prloea Partners will yet oome to the front. It isn't the Cook's Fault, it isn't your Grocer's Fault, that the Ixi 11c coffee you just purchased turns out to be differ ent front the "same kind" bought before. Coffee purchased in hulk i;i sure, to vary. The sealed package in which LION COFFER is sold insures uniform flavor and strength. It also keeps the coffee fresh and insures absolute purity. 3UND ROBIN, The University Society, Dept. E. 78 Fifth Ave. New York. IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE Merchandise, oi anything else in sell or exchange, lint it with us. If you wmitto buy or trado for Ileal RJgtate, Merchandise, or any thing Hmi, ice uh, for wo havii oalli almoat tlaily tor auob thlnga. ami ran gonorally aid you in oltbor selling, exchanging or buy ing anything you have or may want aa wo keep pohUmT ami al wiiyH linow wlio In aoe and what to do. Wn maku apeolal low ratea ou farm loaim, ami write doodBi wills, laaaos ami uon tracts nf all UIuiIh. Notary Public and Stenographer iu Offlob. iiid fliinTiiinY iii mm upmui 1 mm BUT THE BRAND NEW LINE OF-v p.... f Dry Goods $ and Groceries 1 1 1 j f 8 are Still Full and Complete Souvenirs all gone but the stock and prices arc attractive because the first is the brightest and best and the second the lowest to be found ou the market. We are out for trade and Good Goods and Low Prices are Bringing it. BERT BULL. PHONE NO, 67. 1 Seifd ttje Dernocfat to a Relative. 0 0 0 l.inwood I. inks. Too lain for iMt witck. wiiiii rt Filler lost a valuablohorao Friday. Mr. Horrln of Spalding) was the guoat ofjnihce Mra. Geo. Keller and faniily VVedni'sday and Thuraday. Turk llicks of West Kly, was thn Kui'Mt of his aiater, Mrs. Wlke ami family near here last week. Dr. It. K. Mt'jjown of Monroe City was in these parte iliis werk vaccina ting calves, Noah Qibbona purchased a hous; ami lot iii Hatch from Dan Parrel liovler last weffk. Kri'd DidlhoiiHi'ii of Sunny Sidu, at tended the entertat anient here Friday night. I'M!. Hayaen is faeding a line hunch of hogs. K. Stewort delivered a nice bunoh of hogs to Center ImyerB Tuesday. Hati'i Moaley of New London was baking hands wnii his many friends iu l.inwood vicinity last week. Tliln piipir mKit DS KHail Willi lloiun lllin tin; following, laud avarjr one be the absolute until. I liail rliiMiDiatism foryvurii nuil irluil almoin OVarythtDf, ImtKOtno permanent ro ller iinlll i unci! Cliamlierlalu a I'alu Halm, ibraabotttai ofiwbloh hava oqradnne. it t h the baat i n 1 1 in. I ever iihoiI. f'lill lip B. KIiouiIh. Punnvlllv, Uo. 1'aln llalin Is fur aalu by Wood A Uuiklattil Rensselaer. To late for last we.ik. Hev, and Mrs. Win. It. Anderson, of Monroe, spend Tuesday with Mr. ami Mrs. W. T. Pinley. Misses ESauna ami Carrie Qlasoook were at home last week Miss Car He's school is dismissed) and she ii home for the suininar, hut M iss Kin inu will not he released until Friday of this week. Miss Noll Qallaher will return from school near Palmyra Saturday She will he most ue Iconic, for she is the most popular young lady at Hens seiner. Capt. I. 11. West la alowy Improv ing. He is aide to get about with OrUtohoB) now, but hopes soon to dis card them. Dr. Qallahor tilled his regular up pointment at Philadelphia Bunday Mr. ami Mrs. v. T. Fin ley enter tained a number of frlenda at dinner i:if-L Thuraday Everyone enjoyed the afternoon, as Mr. and Mrs. fin ley's hospitality is well known. Murk I wain on Autographs. Mark Twain has this to say of the autograph hunter: "To ask a doctor or builder or sculptor lor his autograph WOUld he in no way rude. To ask one of these for a specimen of his work, however, Is quite another tit inn, and the request might be justifiably refused, it would never he lair to ask a doctor lor one of his corpses to remember him by." tf tfaublad b s weak Msaatton. loasaf ap patlWj or Donittpatou, try a lew doaoi of I'bam t icriiii ii' h Btomaob and Uvai Tabtata, Kvery box urn nun. I. For milu by Wood it I'm- tattdi Miss Oil le Buchanan very pleasantly entertained h e r nieces and nephews at dinner Sunday, in honor of Mistier trude NfcOall, of Monroe City. The invited quests were Misses Kaunie Swlgert, Margaret and Clara Buchanan, Irene and Olara Horubaclr, of Monroe City, Marth Glascock, I'atte ami Sade Buchanan, and Messrs Joe and Bob Swigert, Tom and Frank Buchanan and Jim Smith. Kails County Kecord. Post Office Thieves. ED. G. Ratbbooe. director gen eral ol DOStofBce in Cuba, C P. W. Neely. chief of the financial bureau and W. H Reevea, chief of the bureau of postal accounts have been stuck good and bard by the Audenciu court at Ha vana. They were given ten years in the pen and an aggri- gate flue of 17..r)ll. What Right. Tuesday May 'JO, 1902., has been selected by the powers that be, to be the day they have selected lo turn Cuba over to the Cubans. With the excep tion of might, what right had tlie powers that be to hold Cu ba one moment after the ces sation of hostilities It will be timed upon investigation that before the returning of Cub;, to the Cubans, those same powers have gi anted to "pa pas sons" many of the most valuable Iran chises in the island. Will be Teddy's Undoing. Miles Whip Hand. Will Went Pishing. On an average Will A Sulli van, is a jolly good fellow, but at present he has a kick comin" that is he wauls to kick him sell. He purchased some nice fishing tackle and went out to his fathers farm to catch a string of nice cats. He select ed a large pond, unreeled his lines, baited his hooks, cast them in the water and then sat down to cultivate patience. Af ter spending an hour waiting for a bite, his father called and asked: Will what are you do ing? The reply rippled back, fishing. Then the old gentle man told him the voud had been cleaned out last fall and there was nothing but water in it. II disgust was ever written on a mans lace it was ou Will's His little son Charlie is now do ing the fishing for the family. Th first II.,... I funfrr, The blooil ;s constantly belli,; purified by tbu Iiiiirh. Ilv.-r ami kidneys. Keep these organs m a iieiiiiiiy condition .und the bowels ragulai ami you will hava no nsad or a blood purifier. tot this purpose there U nothing tqUSl Iu Chamberlain I Sldniui h and Llvai Tablets. OUedoae Of thein will d0 rou more aaod than a dollar bottleoftbs best .blood purifier. Price, 31 Cents. Samples free al Wood . I'mstnttd s urue. store. Man Horseback. At the biennial banquet of the Virginia Democratic Con ventton held in Washington, l On Henry Watterson said: "Once again in the white house we have the in. in ou horseback. Affecting the sim plici ty ol tlie cowboy, lie con ceals beneath the sua -confidence aud queer manners of the broncho buster tlie Sentiments and emotions, ii not the talents, of a Dial " "The trail ol the trademark is over them all. Old high taaitY dances the can can in tlie house, while old. ship subsidy does the regular Cakewalk in the senate. Everything tor the syndicates. Nothing fur the people." "Friends, brothers, demo carts, let us have done witli dissension. Let us turn our backs on the past, our eyes to the luture. calling the old tight off aud the old scores square. He who stands with me against these things is my comrade, no matter what he thinks or ever tlio glit about silver or gold." Washington, D. C. Gen. Miles seems to have President Roosevelt in a hole. The President wants to throw him out, and will do so if possi ble without damage lo himself, but he is confronted with legal aud political situations which cannot be Ignored Further, Senator Haw ley, a stanch Republican, who in chairman of the committee be fore which Miles testitied, heartily indorses all that Miles said, applauds his saying it and declares the country owes Miles its gratitude for so opposing the bill Having squelched Dewey, Gen. Miles and flayed Schley even though neither was as Aagrantly insubordinate as Col. Roosevelt when he put forth his "Round Robin" while in Cuba it would be easy lor the President's opponents to con jjre visions from which mattyrs might be evolved. Martyrs, during political campaigns. are sometimes troublesome. The President appreciates that fact. Shipbuilding Without Subsidy. Brooklyn Citizen: The theory on which Mr. Pry iu the senate and Mr. Payne iu the house urge the enactment of Mr. Ban na's ship subsidy bill is, that "we cannot build ships without a subsidy." If, therefore, it be shown that we can, the theory cannot justly look anywhere for support. Now, official statistics show that in shipbuilding during tlie year 1900 the United Slates yards were second only to those of the United Kingdom, having actually built more than three of the subsidizing nations, Ger many. Prance ami Italy, put together. Duriu the last six months of 1901 there were hulH h?re and officially numbt. . me bu reau of navigation 717 rigged vessels- and there .ire as well several large ocean steamers that were begu.i iu tiiat period and are not yet finished. But the number actually completed was 14l greater than in the corresponding period of 1900. Before they venture to back up the Hanna bill with any more talk, he and Prye. ami Payne and Grosvenor ami the whole gang of subsidy hunters, would do well lo consult the figures referred to. because it must be apparent even to them that "we can build ships without a subsidy." ami thai without reference to it at all the sin,, yards are increasing their out put ot vessels from year to year. Tney are confronted I with a condition, not a theory." You want money, we wan' butter aud eggs and pay the highest price for them, Sharp & Donley, An exchange iu speaking of one iii Its fellow townsmen aid; James Jones has "one to to pay a visit ami it is the only thing be was ever kown to pay. Here is a joke, so read care fully to catch the point: Upon reading the news iu the morn ing paper about the arrival of the Jetl'ers triplets at Hopkins last Friday, a certain married man of Paris who haanocbiU dren, rushed lumie o tell his wile about the babies, "Well, don't that beat you?" exclaim ed the wife. Ti'e husband bad to admit it did "