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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 August 1887

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKBVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor FKIDAY AUGUST 5 The year 1867 has been a bad one for boodlers It is to be regretted that we have no political campaign this summer It would require to lit tle effort to make it ahot one Tinio was when poets only raved about the golden sunlight but if this weather continues much longer everybody will be raying The Glahn murder trial has cost Shelbj county twenty thou sand dollars and resulted in a hung jury McGarigle the great boodle artist of Chicago has arrived in Canada He reached British soil ten minutes ahead of his pursu ers The protection sentiment is daily growing stronger in the south and the party which advo cates the protection of home in dustries will receive the support of the labor vote in the next na tional campaign The expenses of the second year of Clevelands administra tion exceed those of the second vear of Arthurs administration nearly seventeen millions of dol lars Eeform comes hick but it helps to get rid of t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 August 1887

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO 1 z Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH Va2 Mail viS SLLow Express 0aS2 Local Frcisht So2C Through Freight GOIKG NOBTO iTStrnlExpreM ya Local Freight jx97Throuch Fnccnt Xj t nl S are Jaily 11 15 A x 1155 r it 1150 A K KJiS X it 337 i 427plt 204 PM 1I15aii Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Wiil and Express arrives 756 a x frtlfiht arriTM 1 2 M p n WEST jlifl and Express arrives 730 p m freisht arrives 1240 p il FRIDAY AUGUST 5 GRAPHICS Focht Bros for ice ciehm Tinsman for Photographs Try Focht Bros for fine candies The most refreshing of all driuks during the hot weather is Jloxie Try it at Font Eeana Copie Williams daughter of George Williams has been dan gerously ill for several days but is now improving The ladies of the W C T U will give an ice cream social in the Park Tuesday evening August 9th Everybody invited The Sheriff of Knox county and the editor of the Independent bad a little scrimmage Thursday of last w...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 August 1887

m wm r Ml If i II I Y FARM DAIRY AND HOUSEHOLD GLEANINGS Young turkeys do not thrive in confinement Wandering nbout seams necessary for their devolop mont Damp is fatal to thorn They should bo kept fastened up till tho early dew is off and then allowed to roam Chopped Greon food especially onion tops mixed with soaked bread oc will make them thrive Shade is indispensiblo for the raising of young chicks Where the mother hens are allowed free range one of the best shades can bo formed by planting a few pumpkin seed in hills here and there The plants will grow rapid ly and during the hot days both hen and chickens will take advant age of tho shade given by the broad leaves Wearing a wet cloth or a cab bage leaf in tho crown of tho straw hat is useful in keeping tho head cool Avoid drinking much ice water Teamoderately cooled with ice is a most acceptablo drink as is Switchell a Now England name for molasses and water made pleasantly acid with vinegar and sufficent gingor added to give ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 August 1887

150 Per Annum Dont Stop My Paper Yon cant tell liowwcmtts lt The clilldnn want tliclr stories AiKlifels anxious too t fltjt to glance It o er Ami then to read it through And 1 to read the leader And on he book reviews And scan the correspondence nd etcry hit or uewn Dorcas Caledon THE HEIRESS OF CALEDOH HEIGHTS AXJ XOTOBIOCRAPKY BT FtORESCK K DIAMOND ICfTiirilUeJ 1SST y Te A -V Ktllogg Xeat paptr Company chapter vn This then was the end of all my foolish dreams of Oliver Dudley I the end of the Era trno friendship Ijand ielt so suro would sprhg up between us 6n his retufnl Had be not promised mo to bo my friend Ah 1 but that was long ago ho had forgot ten me now and my checks burned as L re membered my eager welcome and his chill ingrcply Bitting thus in tho dark I could hear tho sound of music and mirth from the drawing room where I had no doubt the family and their guests wcro assembled This did not add to my peace of mind you may be sure Presently Maggie burst into tho room in he...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 August 1887

I flft WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIREBYILLE Ma T E Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY AUGUST 12 France and Germany again show signs of going on the war path Maxwell has had a stay of execution and his case will go to the Supreme court Adair county will have enoueh corn for home consump tion and thouEand of bushels to spare Adair county farmers have to go to Macon City to mill What does our business men think of it The Chicago cattle market is glutted with common droveB forwarded from the drouth afflict ed districts Mrs Rose Hawthorne La- throp daughter of the great ro mancer will contribute a Bhort story to the September number of The American Magazine It must be humiliating to the Boodlers organ published up the street after its imbecile efforts to attract journalistic rec ognition to get knocked out in one round by the thumb paper published at Brashear The verdict of the jury in the omnibus boodle case at Chica go gives seven of the commission ers and wardens two years in the penitentiary a- d four ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 August 1887

TJJ M8W5PWn5555l5S WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIBKSVILIE MO T E Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY AUGUST 12 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Timo Card GOING BOOTH So 2 Mail 11 in a u No 8 St Louia Express lUVi r it Ko22 Local Freight 11 Ma m No28 Through Freight 12uV5am GOING NOBTH 0 7 St Paul Express 337 a m foS Mail 427 r m N 21 Local Freisht 201 r M ya 97 Throngh Frieght 1115 u To J S 7 and 8 are dally Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Erpreaa arrives M A K Freight arriTes 12J10 r v WEST Mail and Express arrives 750 r m Freight arrives 1210 r II GRAPHICS Foclit Bros for ice cicnm Tinsman for Photographs Try FochtBros for fine candies Mr Jno Linville has our thanks for a sample of very fine white grapes Teachers institute Aug 22d to Aug 2Gth inclusive Examina tion on Saturday following Rev Jesse Wilson returned Tuesday from a preaching tour through Schuyler and Scotland counties J M Morrow of East Salt River was in town yesterday He thinks corn the county over will average better than last y...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 August 1887

FARM DAIRY AND HOUSEHOLD GLEANINGS Keeping the cellar clean and ventilated is the best way to keep it dry it may bo necessary to use other moans Limo placed in the cellar will absorb moisture and noxious gases and thus help to keep the air pure Charcoal is also a great absorber o gases The temperature o the collar may bo lowered by putting a tub of broken ice and salt in it The rapid melting of the ice cools the air This will be convenient when a considerable quantity of fresh meat or fruit is to be preser ved It is impossible to keep the cellar in good condition unless the drainage is efficient and there is a proper arrangement of doors and windows Double ones are need ed to keep the temperature at the right point in the summer as well ns in winter The egg eater is seldom respon sible for the habit unbroken shells are carelessly thrown to her for food and an appetite is thus awakened but more frequently the habit is formed by the break ing of eggs in the sitters nest The ban at fir...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 August 1887

ir 150 ter Annum WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor PBIDAY AUGUST 19 When the dooms of grief ocrshado us Thou hast known and tliou wilt aid us TotUine own heart take theloncly Leaning on the only only Francis T lnlgnne Dorcas Caledon THE HEIRESS OF CIEDON HEIGHTS A2 bt norEXCE e biuiosd CcryrilUtd 1SS7 by Tie A X KtUom Xan paper Company CHATTER X What happened next I do not know but when I regained consciousness I was tying on the pavement and the kocn winter Bind fanned my temples I was afire yet wine one held my bead I turned to seo who it was and uttered a cry of surprise It was Oliver Dudley 1 I conld not see plainly in the glare of tho burning building Isat cp at once Mr Dudley I cried but could S3y no more so overcome was I by the ter rible scene through which I had passed You are better now Dorcas ho said his tones calm as though we had met but yesterday lI raust look after Miss Annund for I fear she is hurt IVo should never have escaped but for her he added...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 August 1887

FRIDAY AUGUST 19 THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS DO WE WANT SALOONS yk WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor For the Public School Fund of the Village Schools of Missouri In tho majority of the counties oftho stnto the collectors have made an error in tho the collec tion of the school fund for village schools The error is not a iuitl one but come of their not be ing properly informed upon the law by tho ouo whom the county omploys to give its officers fnir nnd impartial ndvice regarding the dis charge of their official duties However while the error is un doubtedly one of tho head nnd not of the heart yet it has been made just the same and has been continued for many years nnd as n result thousnuds of dol lars are now due the school fund of our villiuge schools from the various county collectors who have charged n commission for collecting the school taxeB In the Revised Statues Vol 2 page 1410 Section 7152 it will bo fouud that county collectors are not allowed any commission f...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 August 1887

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY AUGUST 19 KIRKSYILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card OOIKG SOUTH So 2 Mail So S St Louis Express No 22 lxxml freight NoSG Thronch Freight GOING NORTH JsoTf St Paul Express No 3 Mail N 21 Local Freight Noj7 Through Frieglit Jo 2 S and S tic dally 11 15 A si 1155 i m 1150 A si 1255 a m 337 A ST 427 r si 2KM r M 1115a m Quiney Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express nrrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives 760 A u 1250 rM 730 r M 1240 r M GRAPHICS The rains descended And the iioods came Tinsman for Photographs Two and one twentieth inches of of rain fell Wednesday afternoon and night There has been a new man in town looking up the mill interest a Mr Russell from Pike county Jo H Nichols is still paying cash for produce and selling goods cheaper than the cheapest The ticket receipts of the Wa bash Western at this place Tues day were 150 The parsonage of the Southern Methodist church is completed ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 August 1887

How Mr Perkins Was Convinced Confound those hens exclaim ed Mr Porkius as hn dropped down in a chair on tho back porch and fanned himself vigorously with his broad brimmed palm leal hat and tho words came out as if lie ment them What have those hens done now asked Mrs Perkins and tho way she empha sized the now showed plainly that those hens were m tho habit ol gotting into mischief Done Theyve been in tho garden again and scratched up moren half tho tomato plants that I set out the other day If I could have my way about it I wouldnt have a hen on tho farm theyre more botliern theyre worth how always somewhero theyre no business to be aud forever scratchin Well I dont know as there i8 anything or anybody to prevent you from having your own way and sellin eypry hen and chicken on the ulaco if vou want to only I dont see how a man thats as fond as you are of fried eggs puddins and custard pies and iloatin island aud fried chicken aud so forth can get along without heus to lay eggs and...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 August 1887

s i a fV 150 Per Annum WEEKLY GRAPHIC KHIKSYILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Dorcas Caledon THE HEIRESS OF CALEDOH HEIGHTS ni rr QBr n uxAaioND CtyjTJfJUrf 1SS7 ly Tht JL X StUogj AVim paptr Company Then all Rcanod settled lor awhlio fof everybody except for Agnes Armund the poor widows daughter who lived in a littlo cottage on tho Caledon estate and who had loved and worshiped Phillip Caledon as neither Lenora Eldridgo nor Dorcas TVclby ever did It was tho love of a lifo time tho lovo that is tho curso of some thatsho poured all unasked at his feet And he why a careless not a kindly smile a helping hand was all ho ever dreamed of bestowing on tho coarse lonely hireling who would have given her lifo for him 60 gladly But with Agnes Armund us I said before aU seemed strangely unsettled and pnoplo were wont to shako their heads when they passed her for twas said sho was a littlo queer Howbcit a year passed away and thcro was bom to 3Ir Barrett a beautiful twin boy and girL They wcro th...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 August 1887

SCTOjrEry T2Ji1c WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSniJE MO T K Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY AUGUST 2G Tho ndoption o tho loeal option law wns carried Inst Mon luy by n miijority of 111 votes KirkBvillo will bo without saloons for another four years Tho load workiug scabon is at hand nnd it would bo well for the county court to see how much of he money expended on Adair couuty roads is worse than wast ed Circulate tho petitions and hnve tho county voto on local op tion AYc should have no half way business in this matter What is good for Kirksvillo is good for tho entire county Circulate the petitions The money paid out to road overBeere alone ought to keep Hie loads of this county in bolter con dition than they are Less ovcr EPoing nnd more work is tho only tLing that will ever give us good roads Kirksvillo has more thau ono cnuse for rejoiciug this week Let public affairs bo manipulated ever so shrewdly by self interest ed parties Providence will show n winning hand when least expect ed and spoil t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 August 1887

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KHIKSYTULE MO X E Sublette So 2 Mail Ho S St Looi Express o 22 Local Freight soSC Through Freight GOING XOETH o77 St Paul Express Jfo3 Mail K 21 Local Freight Ko 97 Throngh Frieght oS3 T ana 8 are dally Proprietor FRIDAY AUGUST 26 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOIXO SOUTH 11 15 A v 1155 r u 1150 A M 1255 A m 337 am J27ri 2KMPH 1115a x Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight arnvea WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives GRAPHICS 12 WrM 730 r it 1210 r M Tinsman for Photographs Doris Colvius Bhow is coming Green Grove Items crowded out this week Write again M S Montgomery has thanks for n lot o very our fine grapes Prof Nason is talked of for the principalship of the Kirksyille public schools G 13 Speer has been promoted to the position of conductor on the Wabash Western Eld Ely went to Canton Tues day morning to attend the district Sunday school convention 1 F Staxtox the Brashear photographer was in town Mon day He reports...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 August 1887

How Mr Perkins Was Convinced Tralrlc Farmer A year later Mrs Perkins sat on tfio back porch pencil in hand wrinkling up her forehead over a littlobook and some nieces ot pnper which were covered with figures But for all the kinks which were between her eyes there was a satisfied look about hero face which showed that she was pleased with the figures There she said to hereself alter going over her figures the third time I know thats all right thero isnt a mistake anywhere I wonder what Danl will say when he sees how much weve paid out for eggs and chickens since we Fold the hens I dont supposo that hell believe my figures or his own eyes hardly but I reckon Mis Peters book will convince him that there is more profit in keepin hens still I dont know Danl is very set and its hard to make him believe anything he dont want to Just then Mr Perkins came up the path from the garden up the steps and onto the porch dropped down on a chair and commenced fanning himself with his hat just as he ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 September 1887

150 Per Annum WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO X E Sublette Proprietor WHY DOLLY DIDT GO NEW YOUK OBSERVEU At Inst overytliing -was ready The lunch basket was packed with the daintiest lunch that mamma could think of boned chicken nd little thin sandwiches and schocolate cake and three big or anges Dolly stood in the door way fresh and sweet as the June morn ing itself in her new cambric and lier pretty lace trimmed hat Hamma knotted the blue sash in a wonderful bow on one side Then she tied the silver quarter that was tojpny for Dollys ride in the corner of her handkerchief and fastened it to Dollys belt for the little girl was apt to lose things It looked exactly like a rag baby Dolly thought Now mind Dolly said mam ma dont lose your money and be sure to remember your things when you come home And Dol ly mamma spoke very softly then if God has anything he wants you to do to day dont fail him will you dear Nom Ill be all ready said Dolly with her eyes very bright and her cheeks very re...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 September 1887

I m if W r f m i i WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKiYfTiLK MO T E Sublette Proprietor -Jake Sharp the boodlor is thought to bo losing his mind The Homo Press is ing the democracy of Macon coun ty a vigorous shaking up President and Mrs Cleve land will be the gueste of Mayor and Mrs Prancis while m St Louis - It now turns out that the Uto war of which so much has lately been said in the newspa pore like the recent hail storm in Nebraska is considerable of a hoax A movement is reported among the Grand Army men to secure legislation at the coming session of con cress to provide for the payment of pensions monthly instead of quarterly v Wiggins predicts that a tiemenduouB storm will sweep oer this continent Sept 19th Wiggins hasjpredicted to bo little purpose in the past that his last prediction is not likely to frighten any one It is reliably reported that T V Powderly General Master Workman of the Knights of Labor will not continue in his present office after the session of the Gen eral Assembly t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 September 1887

No 22 Ko tC Through Freight GOING KORTH JioTV St Paul Express No 3 Mail N21 Local Freicht Xoj7 Through Frieght 3oT2 3 7 anil S arc dally - Ot 4 X1S vi WEEKLY GRAPHIC K1RKSVIIJJS MO TE Sublette Proprietor FBIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card Xo2 -Mail QOIKQ SOOTH i xnress Local Freicht 11 in jl u ll5i r m 1150 x M 12G5 ju it 357 A M 201 rM 1115am Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives 7rpGA M Freight arnrea 1250 rxt WEST Mail and Express arrrros 730 r m Freight arrives 1240 p M GRAPHICS Smoke the Normal cigar Students nro beginning to arrive Smoke Normal cigars at Mur pliey Bros Watermelon season is about over The Normal cigar is the boss J A Miles left for Los An geles CaL last Friday night Freight rates on the Wabash Lave recently been reduced ten to twenty per cent Arlington Stuart is again with Henry Hannah and would be glad to meet his old friends S M Browning the piano tuner is in town Leave orders at Adams music store For a first cla...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 September 1887

hi I MR f How Mr Perkins Was Convinced Prattle Farmer Mr PerkinB wont over the wholo account but failed to find an error of even one cent Its all straight Betsey bo said as ho banded bnck the books but that dont prove there is any profit in keepin hens Thirty nmo dollars is a good deal to pay out in a year for eggs and chickens but it is as biond as it is long for I allow it used to cost me hard onto forty dollars a year to keep our countin the damage they did Sn if wn have Daid out about forty dollars for eggs and chickens we have saved about forty dollars worth of feed and the garden be sides to say nothin of all the bother of runnin after them aud fneilin them Take it all around I allow that we are ahead anyway I dont believe wo have lost any thing by not keepin hens Well I dont allow any such thing said Mrs Perkins To bo sure I dont know just how much it used to cost us to keep our hens but I do know that this very morning Mrs Peters told mo that it cost her just 47G0 to keep he...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 September 1887

WEEKLY 150 Per Annum WEEKLY GRAPHIC KmKSVJXJJE MO T H Sublette Proprietor WHY DOLLY DIDT GO NEW YORK OBSERVER At Inst everything was ready The lunch basket was packed with the daintiest lunch that mamma could think of boned chicken and little thin sandwiches and chocolate cike and three big or anges Solly stood in tha door way fresh and sweet as the June morn ing itself in her new cambric and her pretty lace trimmed hat Alnnima knotted the blue sash in a wonderful bow on one side Then she tied the silver quarter that wns to pa for Dollys ride in the corner of her handkerchief nnd fastened it to Dollys belt for the little girl was apt to lose things It looked exactly like a rag baby Dolly thought ow mind Dolly said mam ma dont lose your money and be sure to remember your things when you come home And Dol ly mamma spoke very softly then if God has anything he wants you to do to day dont fail him will you dear Xoro Ill be all ready said Dolly with her eyes very bright and her cheeks ve...

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