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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 December 1885

IJ c32j WWWm WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T K 8cblbttb Publisher nadPropnolor Friday December 4 18S5 SDITOBIAL NOTES Talk up the canning factory There is a live business man ready to take hold of the work at onco Give him the encouragement he deserves A compact selection of home home and fifld games lor boys and girls is the Household Game Book mailed free for two t cent stamps by D Lothrop Co Boston The cheap est yet We call attention this week to the advertisement of the Q M P Ry wnich has been lately placed un der home management Ask for tick ets to any point in the United States ia the Quincy route The St Louis Magazine for De cember has a story by Jno R Music entitled The Cherokee Belle This story would no doubt prove interes ting reading to several of our young men about town Even in these days of cheap literature the most and the best for the least money is the Household Re ceipt Book mailed free by D Lothrop Co Boston for one two cent stamp The cream of books by Marion...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 December 1885

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI TE SctiLKTir - Publisher iind Proprietor Fridvr Tpccmie 4 1S35 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Mali KiprtM FrelAt XioBJtt fttlait fcxrtrss Dep Waynrifoi wan NnrtI O0U SOCTH - - 8 3 ta - X p m - Ar MLv 10 u m - - Ar 1113 Lt 10 p ui COIKQSOKTU - - - csap ta - 103 am Ar ICQ p m Lt 3 p iu nririitbl AttHIi m Lt3Jlih lXf tbu train for Ooondl BluCs diaojce at Gln woot lanclon Tbroich trains do net carry paitcnitrt Q Mtr B1V east Mail and FjrssjrlTcs arrives - WEST SI all and Express irelfbt arrtvea vrlies nOESALE A fairollA acres 10 Mxm 12p m 7K pro IS0 p is THE WABASH DINING HALL NEAK THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP Ittlieplacfor A REGULAR MEAL A SAXDW1CH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten up on Short Notice ami In First Clsss Style ThetraTellDrpnbllcaQd those of our du ress ttlnarly or late tralnswlll find thl popu lar Festsursst a peat convenience A full line ot crart tobaccos etc on sale FR TRaDE Two excellent dwel ling in Kirksville for farm property arms within f...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 December 1885

if Misi rCvaH 1515 r WM 1 im POULTRY AiVD FARM A RECIPE FOIl C00KINO HUSBANDS A Balttmore lady has written a Kctpe forcooking husbands so as to make them good and tender- It is j s fbV6w A good many husbands re uterly spoiled by iivanagctnitnt S me women go about it as if their 1 jbaids were bladders and blow litem up Others keep them constantly it hot waerj others let them freeze by their carelessness and indifference Some keep them in a stew by irrita ting ways aud words Others roast tnem Some keep them in pickle all their lives It cannot be supposed thit any husband wilS be tender and goo 1 managed in this way but they jrc really dehious wheu properly t re tied In selecting your husband yu should not be guided by their liiUery appearance as in buyint m ckerel nor by the golden tint as ifjou wanted salmon 11 sure to feect him yourself as tastes differ Do not go to market for him as tne lest are always brought to your door It is far better to have none unless you will patiently lea...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 December 1885

h H Pllt rss 150 Per Annum SfTis WEEKLY OUR OWN If I had known in the morning How wearily nil the day The words unkind Would trouble my mind I said when you went tiway I had been careful darling Kor given you needless pain But we vex our own With look and tone We might never take back again For though in the quiet evening You may give me the kiss of peace Tet it might be That never for mo Tho pain of tho heart should cease How many go forth in the morning That never come home at night And hearts have broken For harsh words spoken That sorrow can never Fet right We have careful thoughts for the stranger And smiles for the some time guest But oft for our own The bitter tone Though we love our own the best Ah lips with curve impatient Ahl brow with that look of scorn Twere a cruel fate Were the night too late To undo the work of mom ALICE GRAY OR Struggle Against Poverty A Stcry of Every Daj Life UV M J ROY Author of Walter Brownfield Stage Struck The Teachers Ms take Tte Hired Girl Hi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 December 1885

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRK8VILIiE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fmday December 11 18S5 EDITORIAL NOTES Logan surprised tho Demo crats by refusing tlio nomination for president of the senate Congress is in session Juo Sherman of Ohio was elected president of tho Senate and Jno Carlisle of Kentucky speaker of the honse Tho Belcher sugar refinery at St Louis resumed operations last week and the Laclede rolling mills opened Monday Steadily the signs grow more plentiful that bettor times aro drawing nearer Wm H Yanderbilt the great railroad king died suddenly of apoplexy at his residence Fifth Avenue Now York City Tuesday afternoon He was G2 years old and the wealthiest man in the United States his wealth being estimated at 260000000 It is thought that his death will have no aepressmg elfect on tho stock markets The Presidents message will bo remembered chiefly on ac count of its great length As a business review of tho country it is good As to his ideas on the tariff question we still grope in th...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 December 1885

ll Dp TjI vs WEEKLY GRAPHIC jrniKsyiLi mo T L Sublette Proprietor Friday December 11 1885 kirksville r r time table Itall EJJlrtM war Frflfbt jjonf b frtUM QOUu voctu - s to ta 1137 p m - Kritslx 10SJ n Ar lliSLTlOUo m ------ Alp m ru ucd sua a in t rrtiatii ArMOpoU Jp m unrinHfrht ArSMn ra lvSttn r Tke ih train for Council limn change at Ulan vo4 Juncloo TLroujh trains ci not carrjr patiCErs qxr div IA1T Kail and J1 x press arrive rrtlfbl airtYea - WKST Hall and Express arrlTM rttltUt arrlTea - Advertised Letters 734a m IMOp m 7pm 1210 p m 7 WABASH DINING HALL KEAK THE DEPOT JOE H HICHOLS PROP llbeplacfor A REGULAR HEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten upon Whort Notice and In First Clin fllr Ttitr traveling pntillc and those of onr du ress taklnp or late trains will find this popu lar Restaurant a treat convenience A mil line ot tirsrs tobaccos etc n sale FR TRADE Two excellent dwel lines in hlrkstillu for farm property f inns within fonr or fire miles of Klrtsrllle prefer...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 December 1885

IU lUffH VM I si iV t mm 1 - - POULTRY AND FARM Cold Storms It is timo for us to begin to look for wot nnd cold nnd it behooves us to bo on our guard against them Tue continuance of warm weather has put the fowls in good trim to meet the attacks o the inevitable evils of the winter yet wo cannot be too careful to see that the ioultry houses arc in suitable condition to nfford de fence from cold draughts and are nronerlv drained Pbwlsfeel the lirst cold drizzling storms of autumn or early winter almost as acutely as the human biped and it is well worth some hard work and calculation to bo able to start our birds in the right way to in sure a prosperous winter The seeds of disease implanted by the first south east storm will germinate readily in the compara tive restraint of the fowl house nnd do incalculable harm Young stock particularly can ill afford sach a check on their growth as would ensue from a severe attack of common cold or roup Their plumage never too full at the early sho...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 December 1885

r OR T H Jp Struggle Against Poverty A Story of EveryDay Life BY M J ROY Author of Walter Brownield Stage Struck The Teachers Ms take The Hired Girl His Friend and Adviser Jfarsftfield College Seeking a Fortune etc etc etc CHAPTER IX UNCLE DANL For a moment Arthur Knight was unable to utter a syllable Like a flash the horrible scene of the night before came over him He felt that he would be an accessory to the crime if he did not reveal all and yet what did he know to reveaL The man spoke earnestly and his face showed grim determina tion -when he asked Where were you last night For a moment Arthur hesitated Would it be best to tell the whole truth or make up another story After a few moments awkward silence he determined to tell the plain truth but not until the stranger had repeated his question and added Young man I need hardly say that there are strange suspicions pointing to you in this matter you must know it and your conduct may increase or diminish those suspicions in accorda...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 December 1885

mn m he Tt -- 5 fCA1 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fmday December 18 18S5 - Quiucy Journal will ventilate the military recorcloE CoL Hntclt Ono entiro pago will bo devoted to tho interest o tho first district B Gratz Brown ono of Missouris most gifted and cultur ed sons died nt liis home in Kirk wood St Louis county last Sun day morning bervia continues prepara tions for prosecuting the war with Bulgaria- She has just ordered S5000 uniforms and 15000 rounds of cartridges and has the money to pay for them Tho Globe Democrat of tho 20 ult was a little previous in its attack upon Mr Filley and the editor of tho religious daily re ceives a very gentlemanly though cutting rebuke in last weeks National American from Mr Til leys pen In many instances more investigation and less talk ivould save Editors tho mortifica tion of these humiliating rebukes As we advance in tion intelligence and culture there is a proportionate refinement in taste which finds and interpreta ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 December 1885

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KHlKSMUa MO T L Sublette MARRIED Proprietor Fiudvt December 18 1885 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card OOIXG SOUTH o2 Mril o 8 St Ijoun Express Xo 22 local Freight Xo28 Through Freight o3S Through Freight GOING SOUTH Xo7 St lnnl Express No 3 Mail No 21 Local Freight No 87 Through Frieght 9 00 am 1137 rM 10i A M 1148 am 10lrp m 429 a m COX r v 2 00 r m 3uWrM Xo 2 and 3 are daily Through freight trains do not carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives TCiGam 12iMrM 730 r m 1240 r M THE WABASH DINING HALL NEAR THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PEOP Is the place for A EEGULAE MEAL A SANDWICH OE A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten up on Short Notice and in First Claw Stjle The travelingrinblic and those of our citizens taking early or laie trains will find this popular restaurant a great conveni ence A full lino of cigars tobaaco etc on sale EOR TRADE Two excellent dwel lings in Klrksville f...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 December 1885

If i ir tt ft M II llll m M U tfc Ml W Liijiife POULTRY AND FARM When and How to Feed Horses A horse ought to be fod when he is hungry and ho ought to ho hungry evervdny What iliakes him hungry r Tho constant waste of the system The muscles when brought into use waste somewhat especially exorcise or labor is a draft upon tho muscular system in fact upon tho whole system After the svstom has been taxed and if tho tax is sufficient to par tially exhaust or fatiguo tho ani mal rest is more important than feed hence tho horse should stand and rest awhile before ho is fed Digestion demands a flow of blood to the organs then at work and as the blood has been drawn away from them to sustain tho muscular exertion during labor it should not be suddenly withdrawn and turned in upon the organs of di gestion hence let him rest and after an hour or so he will bo found keen and sharp set There is nronablv no food so good for recuperating exhausted muscles than cood sound heavy oats They are easil...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 December 1885

4 I i 8 J I V- J QX7INCY CASDS The folio lug In list ol Flm clat Quin er Buklnets llouci and rcurcentotlve mco Wc would call the attention of thofe of u patron who deal In QuiccycspeeUUy coun try merchants to Uii list Especial car wo taken to bate first rlaxt respotiMM men on ttc lUt C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Makeii and Machine Repaiheh Third and Main hlrtets QUINCY - - ILLINOIS 1 ork Vaaranteed laUtractor y orao nay Cash paid for old copper brass zinc and lead Jf H MI JHELMANK annfacturer of all Unci 01 STEAM BOILER Coal Oil Lard and Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc A of Iron Wora Smote stads and ritchlnps Special attentlun jrtrrn to all kinds of repalrttp Ordershy mall or telegraph promptly tlu nded to Second faandllollcM always on band Corner bprlnjc and Secfctteets QUINCY ILLINOIS EIBKSVUiLE CABD r r onrxswoon s5Sav W D OLDHAM GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW Clrksrllle - Missouri SP ouUieasi corner pnbHc square ricrcet BulldlnjroTer Gibbous arocerj LiveryFesdSale Stable Q...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 December 1885

Htffl fi tf 4 1 ira WEEKLY GRAPHIC HRKSVIIiLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Eridat Dkcembeii 25 18S5 The public dobt 1ms 85000000 under tho present mi ministration iTow is tills lor re form RevSnm Jones eloped bis work in St Bows last Sunday evening HewiU return to St Louis again next September Geographical and not party lines divide the people on the sil ver question It is tbo west and south against the east this time tClio Servian war is at an end for the present Prince Alex ander has obtained all ho asked for and in addition has given Servia a sound whipping Tho debate in tho Senate on tho rule prohibiting tho sale of linuor in its end of tho capitol en abled Senator Yest to poso as an opponent of prohibition The con clusion is that Vest must have his whisky The sugar crop of this year promises to be one the largest over made and Louisiana planters are imperious in their demands that they shall be iueurcd against any prospective tariff agitation which will affect tho price of their ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 December 1885

3TP T E Sublette GOIXO NOHTH So 1 St Paul Expre Xo3 Mail So 21 Local Freight Xo S7 Through irieht j Zi WEEKLY GRAPHIC MO Propriotor Fbidav December 25 l85a K1RKS 1LLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING OGTU Ko2 Mntl Ka 8 St Loai Exnnw Xo22 Local Freight No2G Tlirongh Frcicht XoN TJiroaffh Freight ftiir 117 r in THE WABASH DINING HALL NEAR THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP Is tho place for AJIEGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OE A HOT CUP OP COFPEE Gotten up on Short Notice and in First ClaR St le The trm eling public and those of our atiztns takinj early or late trains will find this popular restaurant n great conveni ence A full line of cigars tobacco etc on sale For Trade Two excellent dwellings in Kirlcsville for farm property Farms within four or five niiles of Kirksville or will i cll for cah at n bargain iirefcred or particulars address Gnxrmo Office For Sale i0 acres good land one mile west of town cheap for cash Ap ply at this office For Sale A farm of 160 acres situated eight miles east...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 December 1885

Rttia m 04 II v - V - e POULTRY AND FARM LIST OF PREMIUMS Awarded -at the Poultry Shoyr in Kirksville Dec 3djflh and 5lh I B Nye Leavenworth 1st Prein on It B cocU pal and hn i N RXye Leavenworth 11 Prom on pJr DkJJralinia 1 B ILHowaraHarry III lit lrotn on Bull cochin cockl BHHowafld Barrry XU2tlprai on Buff cochin cockl WT Mitchell Bart- HI W prom on Wyandotte cockrcl WT Mitchell Barry 111 1th prem on Wyandotte cockrcl W R Freemac Kirksville Mo 2nd pre m on pair Dk Brnhmas Wm Gcsslcr Trenton Mo 1st prem on Jacobin 1idgcons Mrs I W Balcli Kirksvillo Mo 2d prem on trio white leghorns 3 C Cooter Trenton Ma let prem on BB R Game Bantams N Speer G recu top Mo 2d prem on trio B B R Games pallets Mrs Moe9 Birch Wilmathvilio Mo 1st prom on Chinese Geese Wm Six Grecntop Mo prem on pair Spangled Hamburg W TBainL Kirksville 1st prem on pair Lanshans Sanford Snyder Kirksville 2nd prem on B Leghons Frank Robertson Trenton let prem on S P Hnmbnrps Frank Robertson Trenton 1st prem on game pullet...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 January 1886

ir QXTINOY CABDS The following la a list of First class Quit ev Business Hoaxes and representative men rfe wouldcll the attention of those of n patron v i ho deal lu Quluey iry merchant mV especially oun to this Ssjec ale C WILLIAMSON i BRASS FOUNDER Model Makkk aku Machine Ithiuimih TMrd and Slain Streets QUirCY - ILLINOIS j H MI JflELMANN anufaelurer of all kinds ni STEAM BOILER Coal Ol Jnrd atid Water TanM quivcy Illinois EIBZSVILLE CABD r r oiikeoon wuolwum GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTOKNItVS AT IAW Alrkullle MUnourl LivoryPoodSalo5tal3lo Agents tlie Spnliir T E iA S PIHSTCUBSiraijlVJJHICLia PfornpIGonieyance toall Paris of he Count IlAkN SotlTII IP ltMlMfjQUAC KlIIKHVIMK Mo hey also have the City Hearst ChrS ts Rtatanablt Kill I irr lnd lOctn poidagemid vol will iimu iim jriii a rojni vnliinlilu nttiiiut IwiT if i j i itt ii vn v my iiuihiiiK moro money lit once than niilliiliu tiro In America bolh fete of nil nijes cnti Had at litiuio mid work nl fpme time or nil ho time Cniltnl not r...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 January 1886

3i is Hi llfeii I1IRB iy m WEEKLY GRAPHIC XTUKSVILIiE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fhidat January 1 18SG Austria and Bussia nro secretly preparing for war and it is thought n vigorous campaign will open with the coming of spring AB Southern Dakota has a larger population than four or five States now in the Union and larg er than any State had when admit ted there sooms no good reason why it should not be admitted as a state The editor of the Memphis Democrat says that he wants the offices filled by democrats and that he is no sort of a half way milk and water compound Xow to bo con sistent wont ho have to lot loose of Captain Hatch The house of representa tives pays its chaplain at the rate of SG for each five minute prayer In the interest of Democratic re form why not hunt up a religious member of the house and make a chaplain oufn him Gerald Fane who robbed the Postoffice at this place last winter victimized a bank in Emporia Kansas to the amount of SoOOO and also a town in Mississi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 January 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC ORKSMLlQ MO rsubieue 5 Throb h Freight UW GG j 7 St Paul Ex EAST i0 god ExprvM arrives afc urws WEST jj and Express arrives f MHMM Dl jOE H NICHO frIPAY AMJA GOING SOUT11 lafliUl ft LOG KVwichk TKCI SOUTH mat 3 iiau 3 Local Freirfit kS7 Through Prict ht I the place f or 1 REGULAR MEA L A SANDWIC1 T HOT CUP 0 P jr 1S8G R R TIME TAB Wabash Time Card JL 00 ju a 1137 r m IOIau lhHUM 1015 r M 420 a st OiJO r m 2 00 p si IMOrst oin1ilr IUWURn irciRiu inuus ni iw - Bot carry panc9 Quincy Missouri Pac fic R 12jorji 7tMl 1240 P LS PROP Gotten up on Short Notii e a iwStvle The traveling p ablit OR A COFFEE id in First and thoo r lnt 1 trains will urei t conveni obac etc on fou Trade IV 0 e xcellent mllinc in Kirkswlle f r fsnr property finnsvritLinfoarorfavoc lilesof 1 kirksville Xltni or -Kill cell for stt h at a bargain fur iflrticulnrs address jiurmo Oma Faiim fou Rent Farm o 130 Jv ts one mile irom ujii iw nn jotouahhml cattle lor tier lukSMiie uu t alo Addn - Geo For Sale ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 January 1886

r II A New Breed A novelty lins been introduced in Germnny by Mr John Gundalo of Market Eosen called the Tliur ingian Bearded Fowl It is of German orgin but confined prin cipally to tho small district of Thuringia where it is bred very carefully In size it resembles tho Black Hamburg Bhort and com- Sact in body good in carriageand vely in movements The princi Eal characteristic is tho strong eard on cheeks and throat by which tho small round head is al most covered as well as tho pink- lBh white earlobes lhe comb is small single evenly serrated and upright Wattles are dislodged by beard Beak ordinary size and black neck short and stout breast well rounded and full -shoulders broad back short growing wider on saddle out of the light cushion rises an abundantly furnished tail which is adorned cocks with immense sickles and carrried well over the back Legs short strong clean and dark slate color Tho plumage is of a brilliant black with an extraordinary lustre not seen so bright on any ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 January 1886

r X7T1TZT V T 150 Per Annum QTJX1TCY CAFDS TJie follow ing 1 a Hot of Flnt clank Quln T Huineis HoiiKcsanlrfprePcntathe dim e KouMcHlltliciittcMioii of those of p itrotib w ho deal in Qulni y especially cnun try tncrcnauts to this lUt Etpccinl ca r was taken to have tlrst class rcspousiu men on tie lii t C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Momx Makpk and Machine Hepairek Third and Jiatii streets QU1NCY - - ILLINOIS All work cuaranteed tatlractory orno pay h paid fur old copinr brs tine and l ad J II MI JHBLMANX anufactunrorallklndaui STEAM BOILER Coal Oil Lard and Water Tank Cooler- Kettles Etc riioMnll klu1 f I- tV smoke Stack and artlcl lip N cUlattntlnKlentoallMtid of EtSlVF b or irlmraph promptlj landed to second bandllollcn Morton hind Corutrhprlnicaudsecatitels QUINlY ILLINOIS EIHSSVSLLE CASD r r CUEkNnOOU W D OLDlIAU GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW lrksvillc - Missouri LiveryFesdSale Stable A T E Lr vA v S pnoniETiR FIHST CLASS TEAMS VEHICLES PromptConrejance fo all Parts of the Coun...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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