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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 February 1884

ja TVEEKLY GRAPH I C KIHKSVILLE MISSOURI T L SUBIETC PBWsIier and Proprietor W M GILL Editor FRIDAY FEBRUARY 29th 1884 O UU J w w niVfrtiiiBic jVew York la KIRKSHLLE r b time table Tumrrr raasaerar rrrlatst rralfbt Paasrea sr rrMctt Frllit iV hurcu JV jlouier V J OavDool D Bartrill X A Groii Iallala mf H K Cunnoslutii W D Daudt COIKO SOUTH ooixo so ETIt KnnrtLtJt aso tuktok IVB9ampon 75 Millard Lyons lJki Jat Jlllmora IXt JKKaltiwater 25o J W Rahe 7 Back ubsrIption ijiiafeiiaw a a 10 J pa lstpm p m Ipm 5rJ a ra I its pm 39pm 1t s eoa m ArlTs - - Wp a XllUTtLLS axp qciircr 7 ill am rrrlrnl J0 p IE Arms rimrnr Tpi rrtlftt Joo pm BOAKPEfM WAKTED Mr Jobl Brail ba pttittf ot a first class toart31cjr some and vaslaTbf rla4 i fair Tirr oBtrtre Bio anil TlnsttiOSM wtt or Millars lurutxrrard nV WE HAVE lor jal 40 acre of fine T econd bottom IDd on the Chariton river In Schuyler countyundcr fence The Numbers arc northeast quarter of the louth rut quarter of Sec llTp C Kance 16 Apply atlblsotf...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 February 1884

i l3t t t M it I hi 11 s FABMKAPH liollfciii olStfrTimtt ua xcs tV contribute tliAtstloat To Hi column of the ORArilic It been started at the cvatM tnrytstiou of a puniberot onr Farmer put rum au4 Hiilor lltra to say whether It shall ho come a marked awl valuable teatureoniiclr home Pper KD liKArntc Iloralt Pajo JJant Peach Trees l3 SMfl iJltTQit It is very getiunlly said ami believed it docs not but h it true A lew coun ties south vf ihM verdict is not ho uunerally acrrewl on yet it Msemswe Jttttyi have peaches about as often as jhByJAllonltlllinois would seem to bn rather more favorable to peaches iiiaiithis and they are considered ir6tijnblq thcr but Mr Kcihl in a late paper only claims to Lave had eiht cVepM ill sixteen years and I feel con fiiiefct fto have had a much if not - loace hsard it asserted tliat soma trees in tlie yard on the Haxby plate had borne suven crops m eleven years This year will be the third failure in sncSJJoh but by referring to mv old nnciists 1 find wo ...

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 March 1884

150 Per Annum PS0FESSI02TAL CABDS SURGEON D DENTIST KlRKSVILLE MO AH wort Guaranteed First Class OHce ovet CaSkyS Store SOUthslde R HMSTONE FHSICIANAND SURGEON KIRKSVILLEMO OHce with J C Thatcher south side Square Calls promply attended to t all torn louSI lt W D OLDHAM TT ATTORNEY AT LAW KlRKSVILLE MO Ornci OTtr Hope A llupi store Son Side Sauare J S CATER ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN SUR6E0H Bullion Missouri 3ptc1l oce dayitTneftdajt and Friday J W JOHNSTON Attorney at Law and Notary Public OSce over Savings Bank Klrlsvllle Missouri jicnEY johxstox Abstractors cf Land Titios KlRKSVILLE MO OBce over Savings Bank nMly 1 C THATCHER The ol J Keliaiilk Insurance Agent It now located on the South Side of thr Square Hat only old i nd rellabl companies represent e will Insure residences and tarm property on bet ter terms than has ever been offered here before promptness and accuracy In bnslnr efers to Lft eight years business In your ruld t and all whr iive sustained losses nnder Policies wrltun by...

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 March 1884

f 4 tTggMMaWgJ HHHBIHH HH IWI L tawatimMimw j iW itKrwflb yWLjjrZ JEij trtH or - iiiipiiiii irwmm m llMilWHHH i 5 1 f I lM in 1 ii I N WEEKLY GRAPHIC RiKKSV ILLE MISSOlRI V M GILL 12dilor FRIDAY MARCH 7th 1884 Iargcst Ifionalitlc Sub scription list EDITOEIAL NOTES The oldest inhabitant has been badly left in this year of our Iord 18S4 both as to the weather and the floods The Hatch organs are booming up that gentleman pretty early in the season It is not best to start a boom too soon Several original articles were unavoidedly crowded out of this issue Those suitable for next issue will be inserted The word foreign as applied to money or goods coining from other states of the federal union sounds very muchlikcsomeofthe talk we heard along in 1SG0 61 The decision of Judge Phillips in regard to foreign capital seeking loans in Missouri will cause the imme diate withdrawal of many millions ot dollars The British troops in upper Egypt had a slirmish with the enemy and drove mem out of Lo...

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 March 1884

t IU2 AND TRENTON llTt Artile j KlDKtVlLLK ANP qilNCV Lrivrf 1atxnmr FnlBt Arrhis Pawenrrr - Frilflil BoAiFit oni ncst oul J lliMiMiillKCforralvala bargain HiUoSlcc WEEKLY GRAPHIC KltKSV LET MISSOUltl T E SUBLEHE Publish End Proprietor W M HILL Editor FRIDAY MARCH 7th 18S4 V tmnw rn flip TrK Xewipipcr Aitirtitilnir tJiei may be made for ir1 1 T - w 1V In KIRKSVILiC K R TI3ID TARLE rarfnrtr mi V rtiii rniht linn r Pal A r Froljlit noixn FOCTU OOtMOMIItTH W a Til ID 2J pin 4 CO p m 9 30 m 6 p m 32 a m lti pm Jawpuw EKam 4 00 p m J13a m p m 72 pm JM pm WWTEII Mr loin It all I a flrpl claM boarding home ami vcmlif Ik flail in lime cirj om clc Mninrall xirvi iiuhm win tu uuir a lumucrjaru YY7E HAVE lor sain of line bottom 1 nd on tlie Charlton river in Pihujler count miller fenrc The Numbers are norlliint t quarter of tin- south tast ijUirter of aec 15 Tp Ci4 Hangc 10 Apjil HttlnsoiIIce bAtn OK j w TItAIKiA TCXAS LAKI WAItRAVT No 1210 falUni rto acin I will mII Ihlf warrant vrr Io or wil...

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 March 1884

m m M l w rss FASM GRAPHICS Varment arc urgently solicited to contribute tiotn Items obwrvntloni nt sucftstlont for tht rolamn of Uii GHArillC HhM been started at Ibe earnest sapixstlonora number ol oar Farmer pat roni and It tor tocin to tar whellicr It ahall be come a marked anil rateable icatnre of their Lcme partr ED Siurttic Timber Culture Wc do not think there is a man who has lived on a prairie farm in Iowa twenty years or e en ten who does not regret that he did not plant out the first or second year a grove of valuable timber We have never heard of a single individual who regrets planting even maple or cottonwood But had tha same time and labor been given to planting ash or walnut or catalpa he would now have a grove that he would consider almost priceless Ten or twenty years from this the young farmer of to day will look back to this year 1SS4 and wonder Avhy he was so stupid as not to plant a grove ofihcse valuable trees Passing by their use for shade for ornament for nro...

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 March 1884

DROWNED SBEN E REXFORD IN THE CURRENT Hnir thencdsand rutins ii tilt cr II y the low hanl of the liter Wht re the leaning willow s shit e r In asiraneand dtxp affright How the watrmoant and murmurs AUrddlcfcTOuudthelllit IUe ahnniau sunt tu sorrow Or the longtime wind at night How the shadow limit the e git Of the rWtr wh rethc strict To the the lttenlng lilies whisper Ot some strtngc aI awful divd Itow the sunshine timid right niil laret uot touch the spot It hrlghUiiCit Yesterday aiuexr the shadows hat Is that which floats and shimmer l her the watei jrleamt aid silmtm r it ucd out among the ruthes mowing thick and tall and preen live a strand ol suashln lone ami fair ami slllfn ItVrawomaas loeued tresses Willi a faded Eotttr UtficujfegQfgM WHtt li that white and sonder t llMikn almostby thespltnlor orthafgreal white ttatir 1ly Floating on tl erltertheie TIs a hand strtchi up toward lleattn A wlunwc wonld he forglvm streteh we out our handt appealing In an agony ofprarer Tri lnlil...

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 March 1884

I iK IK I t WEEKLY GP APHTC KiRSVlLLE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor FRIDAY MARCH 14th 1SS4 Iiiirgcst JJonaiiclc Sub scription list IXADAIlt tOUXXlL EBXTOEIAL NOTES Gall is a poor substitute over by R T Van Horn of Kansas City and the other by Chauncey I Filley of St Lotus No basia of forma union or com promise was agreed upon the Van Horn committee rejecting all offers of consolidation Lut insisting that Us call foi a state convention at SeJalia should stand and that whatever differ ences there might be in the party might properly be settled there When the old committee a3journed on Wednesdav it was announced that a call would be issued to meet in con ention at Sedalia at the same time designated by the Van Horn commit tee This virtually means a surrender as a separate organization and a sin cere effort to gain in -the Van Horn convention nat recognition and fra terniiy refused outside of it As the call for the Sedalia convention whether regular or i...

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 March 1884

WEEKLY GE APE IC KIKKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor FRIDAY MARCH 141111884 This Paper nuy Ajipl ftlliUoiIKv I fountl on ITe t paiicr Alrrrtiiluc I lln rB 1J simicr ttrcet TVT T7 i I hr ndvmtnr eon- l OW V OlK la KIKKSVILLE R K TI1IE TABLE rrHcht rrrrfr tclit Kr- If lit G013U SOVTU oiiiuiTn KtHKVtLLK 1KLNTUX LTe -- rrltt ---- K1KXIV1US SS JLIXCV LrTH Vniemit Ptr1t Atrh lfcjrnirt r - Krrlebt r tii 103 pin 400 p in 5 ji la 8H p m S2 a m 113 pm 3rtiu Ml 111 tAl in 711 m 1 p m 73 p in il pm BOAlrKK WANTEII Mr Jh i Itmllrn orte d cims linatll nnntr anl bertnl 10 hn Try out pitr nliuaCAfl lirl Ihu witt 01 Mlittrt himVr jarJ nl s WE HAVE tor sale 40 acre- of tine fJrmri linltAtn 1 nl t f tin P1iir1fin rlwr iniliulcr counUuinkr feme The Numltrrtf ait lmrtbcast uuarler i of ihn vRfl iiuarter of Sco lTp Gl Stance Iti T10 5 ALE OK TKADII A TEXAb LANI J1 No 13W raJlltijr MO Ctt I will tell iM warraiilTt r Inn or will Irxtle It for town orltro jironertvjitnl...

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 March 1884

i I I li I UJ as sWwsfegSBSSSSSSI FAEK aBAPHICS Iansrt rr iirfrntljr iolicitf1 to contribute jioUi Hniiobcnlloni mid turtutlonf for tlil ulamnof tticGKArilic It Wbten Marled at the farunt inrrxitlon of numtxr r ol our Farmer pat n n4 It ia tor thera to Mr wheilicr It hall tie come a marVed ami ralnaulc nature of trIr home jpr ICt OiiAriitc The Foot and llouth Disease Among Cattle A special to the Globe Democrat from Topcka Kansas of March th says that Governor Glick returned from Neosho Falls today where he has been investigating the ravages of the foot and mouth disease in that vicinity The Governor reports that the ravages of the disease are more serious than were anticipated and states that large numbers of cattle are afTected in Wood on and Giecmvood counties Tnough it is as yet confined to a district within a radius of five miles around Ncosha 1alls it has been decided to closely iuarantinc the affected locality The firmcrs and stock brceucrs are thor oughly alarmed and will sp...

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 March 1884

150 Per Annum SpckltiR Kor Sueeor Oli ha l this man lio o cJarinjr ryes IliilCT out Willi n Man- or iiiinl mrprifr As down tin- Mrvvt hen fccoiIiir J I lip n niiinlcrpr iil am prim lio I par llimflprci tiitiil will follow Mm With turn I mill tnuuttimri linntinir llrUlicfVitlniMlne from hUlfc Wlu lias thrratriuil now to take hl lirp lly nicaiK or u lomlcii liroomstick Or i lip a Imnrlar not ut Nild Wlio pnfp lor breath in thebitlnp coM Ami tlilnke ho hears his dooms tick 7 Nny nono of thoo is this wlM cjril mnu Who run n irt s a ilrcr oer ran Hirotnli ihp forct in thp rammer llut hp a niiillonl lirtirtV hot lire Uurn flcrpp nh a deepening de Ire To plead nlth In proud plumber Thp tlpcs In his Iioufo have bulpcd and burst And hptaoan n thoueli his life were cursed Oh where- i he wretch Im 6eckinjr or he know well that n ccles fpan May pIupm iHfore thp fordid man Wll solder up the leaking Hut what of thp j lumlvrm debonair Whofp diamonds vie with the brilliant frlarp 01 the coals In 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. — 21 March 1884

WEEKLY GllAPJJIC KiKWSVlLLE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor M GILLEdilor FRIDAY MARCH tst 18S4 ImrgvKt Bonnlide Hcripfion lint IN A1AIR COUN1Y 2DIT0HXAL NOTES Wc learn after going to press that the parties who visited the affected herds in Pettis township yesterdav among whom were Or Craig a well posted cattle man of Caldwell county a Globe Dtmocrat reporter and several others concluded after careful examin ation of the cattle tht they are not afflicted with the foot and mouth dis ease at all or any other contagious disease but arc suffering from the effects of freezing Wc publish a complete list of the St Joseph conference appoint ments this week Those who wish to keep posted on Congressional action will find a complete summary in the Weekly CKAIHIC Mercedes was the name of an Iowa City cow and her death has been telegraphed all over the land She and her calf were valued at 10000 Her butter record was the greatest in the world and she was the winner of the prize cup ...

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 March 1884

rin can l rrn T rK tiacla roar bv m tn PMnf r - IIT - r1rtt TfiM kirkvillk ami TnrNTos avr -- Airli KiNKitiiLr ami giiNcr IMTr Piirfr - FflltHt Artltrt IVxitrrr Irlhl sue It llnlni 1 C Thatcher 1 V lorn kins H f Stout K K Davis IsiBr Jninii lldltU Price Joel Clmrcli Sol Miirris Im It Travis 1 IM 1 10 71 Vl s w 1IW lVJ 7S 1 H roj Une would naturally mony sn a uha club HARRIED simRffwaxfir1 - WEEKLY GKAPU1C KlKhHVIUK M1S301KI T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor FRIDAY MARCH 21M i88 T tn l fnmut on n at 1118 11101 iwrll mr HiNnw York kirksville n ii time tuiu lroirrr ramuvar rrctt OOItll 0CTU KIOlUI1TII 9 07 a fl In ij ii tn 4iim V i in i2l n m 3lJ a Ml Ittt pm aiwpiii Svn m tMp m 711 in it t in 731 im - iiti VTTK HAVE lor ae IOhit h of line rrondhottuilnd on the Cltnrltiin rlvrr tniSehtljIi r roimlymidrr dire The Niinitirf are nunrtcr if the ncutli fAt imrtor of Vr IftTp il Itiincc 1 Appl t tJiie oilli f atliotatlili In tlii Klitvillc lliimKCIUririirtl ai a tiarraln ...

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 March 1884

nt N XEW YORK FASHIONS MIUINERY MATERIALS SPRING NOTTS MME MOJESRASTOIMEIS Gnrmc Cokxemmem k Rich little crape creations take lead in Spring millinery Not the pale shades that would seem to befit the time but dark tisue relieved by Oriental shimmering or floral patterns in native pink red and the like wrought- on black Craim is crape only in name it crinkles not always with a tandard crikle it shows a variety of mrfaces often a large rep across ttic fabric or again is so einbuai ed that one hardly notices tho piiuieval feature of the time is an employment of mate rial and so far doe this extend that any class of dress goods can be used either for the entire making of the hat cr bonnet or appear largely in tne trimming provided however that tho costume to match is worn likewise FLOWEKS are haidly adapted to tho fancy crapes iust mentioned and are theretore less seen in comoination than feathery grasses fairv Iike pompons ears of grain etc united with irridescent and hovering dragon f...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 March 1884

ortual otrs Foot ball is becoming unpopular Rev JS Hoyd assisted in the open ing exercises Tuesday morning Prof Barnard and brother R E Birnard have been called away by telegram on the account of the sick ness of their iistcr Mr J S Erwin a member of the Hoard of Regents visited the school Friday Mr J F Fellers accompanied by Miss Flora Bray were greeting old fnends at the Normal Friday Mr Feller has charge of the public school at LaBelle Miss Bray is assisting Prof Riley in the Knox City school Among the visitors this week we note the following A M Parker Mr Whitacre V B Crawiord and Mr Kason Miss Lizzie Harvey one of last years tos entered school this week Mr M S Dowden of the fcur year class intends to leave school in a few days He has acce ted a position as traveling agent for a Kansas City firm Mr 1 has made many warm friends at the Normal which regiet to see him leave Prof McFaden the prince ol music teachers possesses the tact of giving apt illusrations He shows his pupils th...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 March 1884

UP K9RTH ObserutloDS oh tbe slsslppi Upper Oraptilc Correspondence East Dubuque Ilu Dec 7 83 Deau Gkahiic From my long silence you have probably thought you were entirely forgotten but such has not been the case Kirksville and all it contains Tho lost to sight are still To memry dear On the 17 th of October we stepped aboard the little screw steamer The Annie Barnes at Irescott and sped away at the incredible speed of five miles an hour to Hastings Minn about three miles up the lives Stopping over night there we took the Hying Dutchman on the South ern Minnesota Division of the C M St P for Dubuque Iowa Arriv ing at Red Wing we snatch a hasty lunch and were again on our way Soon Lake City was passed and a curve in the road brought Lae Iepin in full view The track is laid beside the lake almost ten miles and several steam boats with rafts were seen slow ly plowing their way down towards McGregor Dubuque and Clinton At Winona were several large manufac turing establishments and the St...

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 March 1884

r I - i Printed m Mcekiv iHArinc by fpeclal or mncctncnl with tlic autlior Sealed Onto Him AlTCHVOr The Early Days of Kcrmonism nv JOAQUIN MILLEK AUTHOR Or ONGS OF THE SIERRAO THE PAxms meuokik and rime etc Coprrlplit rC II Miller CHAPTER III A LOST WOMAN As day began to blossom dimly on the peaks as if they were mighty flow ers in a garden kissing heaven we came to Mother littleYiliottliedtrcam1 crossed it and silently drew the wag ons in a little circle in the shelter of the large leaning willows and unyoked the patient and weary cattle It had been nearly dark a long time That darkest hour which always pre cedes day had covered all things for the last iitv miles It was only by the aid of the iriendlyindian who led the oxen at the head ol the advance team that we had been able to find our way to this camp The women ard children or course were asleep in the wagons The men plodded along patiently and kept very still The long black haunting box that had crept down from out the long st...

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 March 1884

li t ir V---5--3 WEEKLY GRAPHIC TKKTJMKTTE rublUber WMniLT Editor TvIRKSVILLE MISSOURI NEWS AND NOTES X Summary of Important Eicnts MtxisTRR Lowtll presided on tlio 38th nt tho unveiling of a statue Id London 3ing Lieutenant - Colonel Godfret VTerzel United State snginecr corps Is dead J An insano rclativo of A T Stewart has brought suit against Judgo Hilton for 3100000 The Ilhodo Island Republican State Convention on tlio 10th icnomlnated tbo present State officers Exrrirrs declare that tho cattlo dis ease nenr Wapello la is foot rot nnd not foot and mouth disease PAitNELL lias selected sixty candi dates for the elections in anticipation of a dissolution of Parliament The Pittsburgh Pa Chamber of Commerce asks Congress to go slow In the matter of altering tho patent laws Br tho new fast mail service Port land Ore will secure Eastern malls twen two hours earlier than formerly FEititv tho French Prime Minister says it is n waste of timo to talk about a general European diarmamcnt Aiu...

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 March 1884

M N 1 JUIfflwlg BMWMiMB WEEKLY GKAPHTC KiRKSVlLLK MlSSorill T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor V M GILL Editor FRIDAY MARCH 8ih 1884 Xinrgcst ISonaihle Sub scription list 1KADAIK COUBTfcY EDITORIAL NOTES The democrats arc in the midst of an interesting family quarrel at Washington Blaines name comes more and more prominently forward as the com ing man for President There is not a sign ol any sort of dissatisfaction cantcntion or divis ion possible in the republican ranks while our democratic friends are rack ed and shattered over the tariff A reader of the Graphic who has resided in Chicago for a number of years says the worktngmen regardless of party in that city would be enthusi astic for J G IUaincshould he be nom inated On Monday the Kansas Legis lature resolved that the foot and mouth disease does not exist among the cattle of that state and that the present af fliction is neither contagious or infect ious Occasionally a congressman gets off a good thing The other day Mr Ree...

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 March 1884

- it a i jnrartra Jg A A E want to say to all that We have secur ed the services o the efficient experi enced and courteous Salesman Ben G Pkice recently in the employ of the Star Store who takes this occasion to extend to his old friends and patrons a cordial in vitation to call and see him at his new place of business where he will he glad to receive them and show them through our 1 mm mi t m j r r With this addition to our force we will be prepared togive prompt and eilicient attention to all In addition to Mr Trice will be found behind our counters for this season ZMiss Eessie Duffield Mr tr II Glaize and Mr J F Jb S Whitacre ot the firm Wo Can Only Say Hero that wo have laid in OF NEW AND SEASONABLE OOGDS AT INSIDE FISXmES And we arc offenng them all at the LOWEST LIVING PROFITS Our purpose is to put our Goods on sale at such Xiow iriccs as will induce every one to pur chase who sees them We intend to cling to the Rlli IPMICJE SYSTEM and when you get our price on an article you...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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