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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 November 1888

M r p s ft HE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E..Sublette, Proprietor. KIKKSV1LLE - - MISSOURI FRIDAY NOV. 30, 188S. Missouri raised 29,000 bnios of cotton last year. The average yield per acre is said to bo larger than that of any other state iu the uuiou. Mrs. Gen. W. T. Sherman died suddenly at the family resi dence iu Now York City Wednes day morning. She will be buried in St. Louis. The curious individual who wants to know what Gen. Harri Bon's policy will be, can get the desired information by reading the Chicago platform. One mill in the giving em ployment to two thousand hands has again commenced operations since the election of Harrison, and the wages of the laborers have been advanced ten cents a day. The first yard of cotton cloth over made in Iowa, was wo ven at DeB Moines at the opening of the Des Moines cotton Factory Tuesday. Tho factory has 200 looms, G00O spindles and will em ploy 200 hands. "When John A. Brooks ran for Governor of Missouri in 1SS4, on tho Prohibition ticket, ho ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 November 1888

iimkmmmm mWW&'i wnsy. : 3 s H t. THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIKKSVIM.E. ... MISSOURI FRIDAY NOV. 30, 1888. KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Time Card GOINQ SOUTH. So. I! Mail No. 8 St. Loms Express No. 22 Local Freight No. 9S Through Freight 10 fit x. M 11:50 v. M 12.40 p. M U:V X. M GOING NOBTH. No. 7 St. l'anl Express S:54 A. v. No. 3 Mail iiXiv. it. N. 21 Local Freicht 2:15 r. S. No.97 Through Frieltfht J:5T a. m Nos. 7, 97. 8 and 08 daily. Others dailj except Sunday. 97 and 95 carry passengers between Mobcily nndKirksvillo on Sunday only. Geo. Cummino, Aot. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives WEST. Mail and Express arrives Feright arrives 7:.V5a.v 12:50 r. M 7:30 r.M 12:40 I. M GRAPHICS. Tinsman for Photographs. Turner & Love want your pro- duco A union revival meeting is in progress at the M. E. Church. The Electric Light building is rapidly approaching completion. Sam Jones, the noted revivalist, lectured at Mob...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 November 1888

fspT?g33EZZi Saev?S'f?S?CJ! bBWIS41 smmmi' en ; tiw tti r.''j --- - , 3 1 ) n n i ' KF i If ft ill ( II "Don't Hit that Cow." CnUed out nn olil farmer to his hired man whom ho caught with uplifted stool over one of his animals. Tho laborer reluctantly lowered the threatening utensil and glowered sullenly at his milk bespattered front. "John yon'ro a new man hero," said the farmer kindly, "and I see that on don't know my rules. I never allow hired help to abuse my cattle; tho first offense I condone, tho secoud merits their discharge." "Hut this beast nearly kicked mo over, jammed a milk pale and dashed its contents into my face," explain ed wrathful John. "She has never raised a hoof against me and I have owned her seen years," nnswered the farmer calmly. "Perhaps you have never milked her." 1 have hundreds of times. 1 think J know tho trouble, John so, JJossy, so," and the owner pelting her reassuredly, called the milker's attention to a bloody scratch on one of her teats. John ope...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 December 1888

"$ WEEKLY GRAPHIC If u 1.50 Per Annum KIUKSVILLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1888 VOL IZ. NO. 34 JtMcCAKTY,M.D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Will attend call ly or night In town and country. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DISEASES OF WOMEN and Children A Specially OFFICE-Ovcr Hope's Grocery Store. Ileal, ience In Holl.s property, northeast part ol own, oppoclte residence or Judge Sands. Jt W. MARTIN, M.D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICK-Wlth Dr. llurton, west side Square. P. F. Greenword. W.D. Oldham. GREENWOOD & OLDHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Kirksvij.le, - Missouri. OFFICE Oposlte Post Office, over Dr. Gobens office. gANFORD SNYDER, Successoi to T. C. Harris. tustice of the Peace & Conveyancer REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING AGENT All claims prosecuted leiore tlm department at Washington. Original pension claims t 111 receive special attention, and increase or pensions 'Hill he mado a specialty. SMITH & PATTERSON, Real Estate, Tax. Paying AND INSURANCE AGE NTS, NOTA RIES PUBLIC, :ETC. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 December 1888

tHsiily'' 3jtvs- ii&tVeHisfl-?Jy?-V"4V,ViJ" fr!5? I 14 tc r il i n ' I IP I Kg THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T, E. Sublette. Proprietor. KIRKSVILLE - - MISSOURI FRIDAY DEC. 7, 1SSS. Fifer'p plurality in Illinois is 12,523. Mncon nnd Bevier arc to bo connected by n motor line. McKinley of Ohio will pro bably be made speaker of the Fifty first Congress. A better man could not be chosen. The re-count of the vote of "West Virginin still goes on. Up to Tuesday evening the count showd that the Republican candi date for govenor was in the lead by more than 100 votes. It is now conceded by the Democrats that the Republican majority in the next House will be, at least, seven. This wi'! be exceedingly gratifying to all Re publicans and a largo numb c of Democrats. Brooklyn girls are hereaft er to bo taught how to sew in the public schools. Special sewing schools are to be held thirty Sat urdays in the year; there is to be a head sewing teacher at $300 a year, but the grammar school principals are to...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 December 1888

BSBHKi sUp'ifsWHS &m&&s WJ.TJ"I T?""7 .-Tfln&T7L.M:,' -3ra K-t"-.' .Wl,A"W'W! i g'ftSSpefirigTSJe Ij wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammBmmmBm mmmm-mmm&mHmi&m "-----' ? i, THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. K1KKSVILT.E. MISSOUIU FEIDAY DEC. 7, 18S3. KIRKSVILLE R. K. TIME TABLE. Wabash Time Card GOING 80TJTH. No i Mail No. b St. Louis Esprcss Ko. 22 Local Freight Ko. 9S Thronch Freight GOING NORTH Jo. 7 St Paul Express No. 3 Mail K. 21 Local FreiRht No.97 Through FriciRht No. 7. 97. 8 and 53 dail 10 :a a. m 12.4'J r. m :.V a. m 3:54 a. v. 4:35 r. si. J:15 r. a. !I:5Ta.u Other? daily except dundnj-. 97 and IK carry pamenjirs bctweon Mobcrlyncd Kirksville on Sunday only. Geo. Cciimixg, Ao t. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives WEST. Mail and Express arrives Ferisht arrives 7:fGA.M 12:50 r.M 7:30 P.M 12:40i M GKAPHICS. Tinsinan for Photographs. The L K. T. L. club gave their second social hop of the season at Maso...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 December 1888

TsS-- F'" - 'St5s53?S8 i; I a ii $ t 3 ra i 'iii I l n THE P. II. GLEANINGS. Cabbage is best given to poultry whole, hung up by the sti.lfc. At first it innv not be, touched, but nhen one fowl begins to pick at it tlm rest is tempted to keep on until little remains. Being sus pended, it does not waste or be come polluted, and it will remain in good condition to bo eaten at will. The Maine Parmer says: If jouare making butter at the farm, buy n creamer at once unless you now have one. Setting milk in small pans is out of date, there is a better way. To make uniformly good butter the temperature of the milk must be under control. This is more easily secured through tlin uso of a creamer than any other way. Hyacinths, tulips, narcissus, lilies of .several kinds, crocus, snowdrops, and freesias, are all well adapted for forcing into bloom in the window. Ilich, sandy loam is the best soil for bulbs, but the fertilizer or rich soil should be near the bottom of the pot, afford ing opportun...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 December 1888

mmwgssBssm &mk -. it.. . a v. -ft-sv 1 if V - 'ft y 1 WEEK i$ 1.50 Per Annum KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DEC EMBER &U888 VOL IS. HO. 35 !. L GRAPHIC. j f. ir- h McCARTY,M.l). ! ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON TOM attend call day or night in town and country. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DISEASES OF WOMEN and Children A Specially OFKICE-Ovcr Hopt's Grocery Store. Ucsl icnee in Holl.s property, northeast part ol own, opposite residence or Judge Sands. W. MARTIN, M.D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE With Dr. Itnrton, west side Square. P. F. Green? 1. W V. Oldham. rKEiWdbDdLDHAMP' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Kikesville, - Missouri. OFFICE Oposlte Post Office, over Dr. (iobens office. gANFOED SNYDER, Successoi to T. C. Harris. tustice ol the Peace & Conveyancer REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING AGENT All claims prosecuted before tlie department at Washington. Original ponsiou claims will receive special attention, and Increase of tensions will be made a specialty. SMITH & PATTERSON, Real Estate, T...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 December 1888

tsr,-!S3p5rngS & Ii i T.HE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. K. Sublette, Proprietor. KIRKSVILLE . - MISSOURI FRIDAY DEC. 14, 1SSS. The number of votes cast in the United States nt the recent election is about 12,000,000. The tendency of prices is upward since the election of Har rison admission to Normal en tertainments have incrensed S3 1-3 per cent. Potatoes are retailing in western Kansas at 81.00 a bushel; apples, $1.50; Hour, So.25 per 100 lbs; coal, $0.00 per ton, and every thing else proportionately high. Tho United States Fish eries Association have adopted resolutions asking Congress for such legislation as shall make our navy respectablo in sizo and quality. It is stated on good authority that the president-elect is a rela tive of Jefferson Davis. However the relationship will be no induce ment to offer Jefferson i cabinet position. The Si-nate has begun the consideration of the tariff bill, and President Cleveland may have ul opportunity during the life of the Fiftieth congress to w...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 December 1888

$k0fl s-A-v. 'P- "v;. - i. . al- r' g. tr-Z F&gsfryS&m i! 4 f THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KtRKSVIM.K. anssount FRIDAY DEO. 14, 1SSS. KIRKSVILLE R. K. TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING 80UTE. So 5: Mail 10 f,l a. m ho. b St. Ionw Express llrfvu r. it No. J2 Local Freight 12.4'J r. n No.HS Thronsh rreight 'J: ma. si GOING SOUTH. o. 7 St. l'nul Eirrcss ":5J a. w No. 3 Mail 4A r. jj. N. 21 Locnl Freight :1". r. p.. No.'J7 ThreuKh Frieicht UT.a. x No. 7, 1)7, 8 and :o daily. Olhers daily except Sunday. 97 and US carry "p-Ufcnjjcrs between Moberlj nnd Kirksvillo on Sunday only. Geo. Ccmmiso, Ao t. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. TAST. Mnil nnd Express arrives 7G a. js Freight si-me V2Mr. xi WEST. Mail and Express arrives 7:30 r.st Fcricht arrives 12:10 1 M GRAPHICS. Tinsman for Photographs. It. G. Bielby has been made deputy sheriff. You will find everything pretty at the Episcopal fair, Masonic Hall Dec 20th. John Hannah and "William Six have purchased C. W. Holloway's...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 December 1888

afffTff tm- r --.-- ?v? y, -- --&! 1 ; SFfgSp-; 1 3 El b J;: Wi' ill I L'- in m ."ri ( k. I M GLEANINGS. I 'Ilio American Galen says the fineet roses it over 8aw grown eulircly in n room were raised by a. cook from slips: the windows were always closed, but occasion ally opening of doors provided ventilation; the air was always warm and often unpleasantly moist from boilers; liberal watar iugs were riven with soap suds. Among the best Hardy mu-uioom-ing perennials nro the phloxes, larkspurs or aconite, hollyhock?, tritomns, rTapnucse anemones, po lygonum amplexiconle, pausie?, coreopsis, crysnatbomuniF, asteid, dahlias, salvias, marigolds, alyssum and caud tuft. "Wood ashes have too great a value to bo wasted. Eveiy farmer's family should make its own soap supply, it is cheaper for tho farmer to make soap than to buv it "When not utilized on the farm, "soap greese" is either wasted or sold for a pittance. After the ashes arc leached they are nearly as valuable as before for manu...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 December 1888

MMHiHMMHHaBR91IUWH.-.r- mwwmw PS!iW-vj4nETy,iiT TiAL.FirTRPTi 'ffi3a-w- JM-iU l-..'-UJBew-.iftuj-2J'-K. -j.J' -v-! f r,--T A-fcw-V, 5T-e-p.:--V't -V --, W " 'v"-iPvX.wA- "P ssrfe-vi -"- --v- - t - 'd r , ,. -? "wi-- . -r -if -- J- FIX' 'Z. X Jl -r J. li T " " M. J f F -T . JT f 1 .r A V K V f l J f A J? L "" "J?-- GRAPHIC if i 1.50 Per Annum ?! KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. 188S VOL ZZ. 270, 36 W JGJJlJL X M Tf Ife ."S .if ym Mccarty, m. d. ; ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Will attend calls day or night In' town and country. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DISEASES OF WOMEN and Children A Specialty OFFICK-Ovcrllope'a Grocery Store. Ecsl dence In lloll.s property. northeast put of own, opposite residence of Judge Sand. W. MARTIN, M. D., - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE-Witk Dr. Burton, Wit aide Square. --? "" . GREE!b6b' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Kirksville, - Missouri. OFFICE Oposlte Gobens office. Post Office, over Dr. gANFORD SNYDER, Successoi to T. C. Harris. tustice of the Peace & C...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 December 1888

'flli 5?e.-"'-! WCI 5-VSft fW?' zj . s: - t; r -j. ??- Sfi S&V v- U- Vkf a vLT GRAPHIC atle, Proprietor. . . MISSOURI DEO. 21, 1SSS. jony harmonizes mid a organizes, aud ns a :o tho Republican party iOuri was never in such -endid condition as at the pres ent time. Senator 1'ar well has introduc ed a bill increasing the pay o the Chief Justice of the United States Supremo Court to 20,500, and that of Associate Justices to 20,000 each. The factions of the Demo cratic part y of Adair county have reached the position of extreme jealousy, when n member of one faction cannot leave town without having a detective sent after him by the other. The Democrats will hardly permit the passage of the direct tax bill, the Senate tariff bill and the pension bill during tho pres ent session of Congress. But all these bills will receive prompt at tention at tho extra session, which will certainly be called shortly after the inauguration. Major S. G. Brock is pro minently mentioned as tho proba ble...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 December 1888

wsagsgssmsmmmK mw 51W7P THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIUKSV1I.T.E. ... MIS30URI FRIDAY DEO. 21, 1SSS. KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card coino SOUTH. Jvo.2 Mail .No.8 St Loais ExpreM No. 22 Local Freight No.l3 Thronsh 1'reight GOING NORTH. No. 7 St Panl Eipresg No. 3 Mail Ns. 21 Local Frticht No.9 Thitneh FrieiRht Xo. 7. 97. 8 and 1)3 dnllr. JO i. at ll-M r. si 12.1'j r. u 9:V. a. i ?M a. v -1 r. at. J:13 P. S. U:Va.m Others duly except Sunday. 97 and US carry passengers between MoberlyandKirksnlle on Sunday only. Geo. Cumuinq, Ao t. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. ' EAST. Mail and Express arrives 7:50 a. m Freieht trnves 12:50 p. m WEST. Mail and Express arrives 7:30 p.m Feright arrives 12:J0 r. M GRAPHICS. Tinsman for Photographs. Fresh oysters, bulk or can at Normal Grocery. Get your candies, nuts and mince meat at Normal Grocery. You can't afford to miss the Cantuta at the Opera House, Dec. 25th. Simpson Ely will assist in the dedication of a new church near ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 December 1888

ipfs"dfeiy -JgSp- I;! 1 I a VI GLEANINGS. A good cow is so much better tlinn a poor one that tho American Dairyman says it is tempted to ndvise the purchase o her even at extravagant figures, only provided however, that the extra price is sure to secure the extra quality. Such, however, i- by no means always the case. There is many a cow that was made solely to pass around from one herd to another at big figures. She is all the dairyman wants in appearance, carrying a uent form and a large udder with lots of milk in it, but noLutter. The dairyman adds: "Eniiners seldom ask the question when buying a cow, how much butter can she make, and could rarely secure an intelligent repa ir they bhouM- The fact is, that such a cow as w e described is an unknown quanity in most herds, owing to the total absence of any method of testing the individual qualities of the cow, but, somehow, I'ach man who owns her finally finds her out and is willing to prut with her to the next man w ho wants a hand...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 December 1888

1.50 Per ATi-nTiffl KIEKSV1LLE MISSOURI FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1888 VOL ZZ. NO. 37 t i? i j Mccarty, m. d. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON WHl attend call day or night In town and country. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DISEASES OF WOMEN and Children ASpocialfy OEFJCE First door wtut of Forth Mis wvuri hotel. Keidcnce ono bloc uui tn ui Masonic building. T7.MAimif,M.D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE-Mlth Dr. Burton, west aide 5quare. P. F. Greenwood. YT. D.Oldham. GREENWOOD & OLDHAM, . ATTORNEYSrAT-UW, BjEKSTITXE, ' - " "MlSSOUBL OFFICE Opostte Post Offlee, over Dr. Goliens office. gANFORD SNYDER, Successoi to T. C. Harris. tustice of the Peace & Conveyancer REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING AGENT All claims prosecuted before the department at Washington. Original pon6ion claims will receive special attention, and Increase or l-enslons will be made a specialty. SMITH & PATTERSON, Real Estate, Tax. Paying AND INSURANCE AGESTS, NOTA RIES PUBLIC, ETC. liny and sell on commission, make collec l...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 December 1888

mmmm mwwmmwJ mmmmmm. i f i i I 1 !!H f I 1 t ! m j i i B' ra ! !l if 1 a .i i il .1 ii 1 . THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette. Proprietor. KIRKSYTIiLE . - MISSOURI FRIDAY DEC. 28, 18SS. It is reported that the Wa bash railway east of the Mississip pi river, and the "Wabash "Western railway iu Missouri aud Iowa will soon be united again under the general management of Chas. M. Hays of the latter company. It iB estimated that there is a surplus of 100,000,000 gallons of whiskey iu tho country. The ef fort of tho party in power to look after tho surplus iu tho treasury seems to have caused a neglect of the more harmful surplus which has increased to au alarming extent As this party will not bo particularly engaged after the 4th of March, next, wo may expect tho whisky surplus to bo materially reduced. There will bo an eclipse of tho sun Jan. 1st Along the lino of totality powerful telescopes will bo directed toward the luminary with the hope of making new dis coveries in the interest of...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 December 1888

psplPfifpSff WfFpmmmmmew THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. L SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIRKSTOLT.K. ... MISSOURI FRIDAY DEC. 2S, 1SSS. KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH. No. 2 Mr.il JO M a. x No. S St. Locis Express 11:30 r. m So. 32 Local .Freight i:!.4Ur.M No. 05 Thronsh Treifiht V:.Vuuk GOING NORTH. ho. 7 St. l'aal Express 3:54 a. t. No. 3 Mail 4:35 r.K. Ne. 21 Local Freight '.15 . g. No.97 Through Frieit;ht 1:55 A. it Nos.7,97. S nnd US daily. Other? diilj except Sunday. 97 and Us carry passengers between MobcrlyandKirksYiJlo on Sunday only. Geo. Ccsiiiixa, Aot. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. Alsil and Express arrives 7yJGA.M Freight arrives 120 r. u WEST. Mail and Expr ess arrives 7:30 r.n erisnt arrives 12:40 1 . M GRAPHICS. Tinsman for Photographs. Fresh oysters, bulk or can at formal Grocery. Get your candies, nuts and mince meat at Normal Grocery. The heavy sleet o Tuesday night has done considerable dam age to trees and shrubbery. Cards are out announcing the marria...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 December 1888

W-rv?'-J i j ' V'-"S11 pspl wWWmt i! is'. mmm i Cf! i t . h !v MM 8 Notice o Final Settlement. STATE OF Missouri s conxTi or adaiii. tlMl tottlcmcnt of the estate oMarncn Kjron decciwed. -Notice- in hereby rlvsntoMl credi tors and other Interested in the r citato of lame Uyon Jiccil, that we, HO. Kjron and 11 i. ltvon, administrators oruild enatc. Intend ty male final, ectilcmcnt thereof at the nctlerm of the Probntc court or Adair coun ty, to he held at Klrfcnillo, on thcllthdaj or rVnttrarv Issi. . , IMtol thl "-th ilav or Dec lM ,. 11. U. UVO.NamiH. i. K ON. .OmlnUtralora Administrmrix .Notice. Notice Is hcroliy given Hint letters of Ad ministration upon the estate of James 31, Keith, decca'ctl, lnte of Adair ., JIp., hnj e been crantd to the undersigned A"ignil.. Koith. by the Probate court of tho county of Adair, ucarinc date the. 5th day 9f Dec. 18s. All persons Irnvint: claims asnmt said entnto are required to exhibit them to me for aUoirauce within one jear after tho date of...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 January 1889

"CJlf im P?5?Pt!K w--wfwpp Ss?ti - asiSfegs tftf u 'I GRAPHIC i 1.50 Per Annum KIRKS V1LLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4? 1889 VOL IX. NO. 38 fmwmmMwnm ?S?W5S5JEf2- 19? yj Mccarty, m.d. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON mil attend call day or night In town and country. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DISEASES OF WOMEN and Children A Specially OEFICE First door we-t of North Mi. Fonri hotel. Residence ono block north of Masonic building. J W. MARTIN, M.D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 5 OFFICE-WUU Dr. tquare. P. V. Greenwood. ' ISnrton, west tide TVD.Oldliain. E. HENSHAW, M.D. (lucnoscoriST) Treats difficult chronic and nenons diseases and diseases of the eyo and ear. Oiricx InGnArmc building opposite Iot Oaice. Office hours 0 to 12 a. m. 1 lo 5p..m GREENWOOD & OLDHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Kibksmzle, - Missouri. OFFICK-Oposite Gobcns ofucc. rost Olhcc. oi er Dr. gANFORD SNYDER, Snccessoi to T. C. Harris lustice of the Peace & Conveyancer REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING AGENT -I1 claims prosecuted before th...

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