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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 May 1884

a ft r pfiBvTBaTAian5s E3S f Hints onUraltinV The Pacific Sural Press reports thc following discussion at a late meeting of the Hbrlicufural Association Cali fonjia oiuFTiNG wraiGnojvixa scions Dr Chandler of Yuba City stated that his graftingwas sinSitle He put jn the grait when the scion has already started to grow and die stock already growing If the top of the scion is waxed to prevent evaporation and the leaves left on the scion they do not wilt or fall off This succeeds admir ably on peach btock and grows also on the pear plum and prune He does not take off the scions and store them away and keep them dormant accord ing to the old style Judge Blackwood said he had suc ceeded in the way described by Dr Cnandlcr but he did not recommend it He did not split the stock as used to be the style and make a cut at the side of the stock up to the scion James Shinn spoke of the difficulty ol grafting of using growing scions taking cherry scions even when in bloom and putting them in old ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 May 1884

E - o mamr -- MIS W1 fJF U J QTJINCY CAEDS Tlie folluu Ini ts a list of Flnl cIaM Qniii rr llulncfs Houses and rqpreecitalhe men c would call the attention of those of our patrons who deal In Qtilnrycspeciallv try merchants to this lit Pjtptcial RiruJ to iBKcn to jnvc nrsi ciass responsiujc men on the Hvt Q HERKHEIMril BROS LARGEST AND FINEST DRY GOODS HOUSE--IN QUINCY Invites yon to J GALL WHEN JN THE CITY AMI EXAMINE THEIR BEAUTIFUL STOCK OP black SILK COLORED SILKS SATINS SATIN FOULARDS SUMMER SILKS CASHMERES In lilvkand colore Dim floods Hosiery ilovet Parasols Housekeeping goods etc etc - Orders by Mail PromitlFiHlSaro UDUbriJlluluu - FIBST CLASS IKS MAKING DEPARTMENT Jn contttlou with the House rVEDDING TROSSEATJS A SPECIALTY G BERNHEIMERBROS STRICTLY OJSE PJtICE HOUSE St Quinct ILLS T STERNS SONS tf WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS 435 JflUiifJi1rctntt JUIVCV ILLINOIS 7 Broadway NEW YOllK All KooJ sold at New Tor prices MILLER 3Iannfacturcrof BAKING POWDER EXTRACTS PRESERVES JELLIES nrc 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. — 9 May 1884

t 1 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiBK8VJUBMISS0PRI T E SillLETTE Mm iii Profrictor W M GILL Editor largest Bonnfidc Sub scription list IN All AIR COUtfXY FRIDAY MAY 9th 1884 EDITOEIAL 2T0TZS Blames boom is a big one -The politicians are still at sea There are still chances for a dark horse Larue quantities of ice still line the shores of lake Erie What good does the Globe- Democrat expect to accomplish by its intemperate abuse of Blaine The labor troubles at Quincy still remain unsettled and a non union man vas badly beaten Saturday night The question of taxing emi grants has been discussed and ap proved by the Chicago trades unionists We keep adding new names to our list of contestants for the Graph ics twenty five dollar prize for the best acre of corn The Brookfield Gazelle has en tered its eighteenth year We con gratulate brother Crandall on the fine success he has made of the Gaulle Filley is still alive as we see by a circular in regard to hotel accommo dations at Chicago Does the old man n...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 May 1884

y TBI WEEKLY GBAPHIC KIKKSVILLE MISSOURI 7 E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor FRIDAY MAY 9th 1884 This Paper FOR SALE Hou lots west of square pets just Harlow may be found on file at ito P Ilowcll Co NeVfDiDcr Advertising jm en iu spruce ureei TkT x where advertising on J PW V OfK In KIRKSVILLB R R TIME TABLE Iaocnfrer rawenirer Krelrtt freight Paiienper recuer IT Ubt FMglil GOIKO SOUTH oomonoBTii f f 4 P DIV EAST A j Mall and Express arrlvos departs Irelghl arrives departs WEST Mall and Express arrlvis ptleparts Freight arrives departs 9 07 a m tOSJ pm 4oapm 9 so p m Bp m 31 a m IU pm 3W0pni 815 am -and two large lions 2 story 8 abed corn crib etc Applyto Mrs I si Glasgow on premises l 4t SALE At a bargain a home otthrec rooms FOB two lots In east port of town Apply at this office or to J W Wokmas i bErrLKMENT Xotlce Is lierebr given FINAL that the undersigned administrator of the estate or ttlchael bnyder deceased will make a final settlement of said estate at the...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 May 1884

0S 1Z WASlflS lETfER JFrpm 3ir Itcgnlar CorrrcspoudcnlJ zir -Washington Dl C May 5th The barq thought that such a man as George F Edmunds may be likely to enter the Presidential campaign as the nominee cf the Republicans makes the politicians shake in their shoes Whether you know it or not I can say to you that lie is the last man in the party that the office holders want to see in the White House Mr Edmunds is a man who if he knows all the tricks in trade of politicians will not adapt himself to them and will not be counted in at a participant in any of the ways that are dark which are to be expected of the average politician Hut like Blaine and Lincoln and Til den and the rest of them Edmunds is not a candidate Of course not Blaine is not a candidate but he has magnetism and magnetism is run ning his campaign on its own hook Lincoln is not a candidate but the very children are crying for him be cause his name is Lincoln and there fore he unconsiously falls into the hands of his fr...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 May 1884

VI 1 4 4 I f n i v wctlBriHrP rKrBBri BB sssr Hsr m sT BiT W f r A sV r ssr ss - B Bb m BW BB Ul BB B BB f BB Br Bk BB BW BB BB BB r BT r 150 Per Annum QUINCY CURDS The followlntf I a list of Flrst clais Quin cy Business Houses ana representative men We would call the attention of those of our patrons who deal in Quincy especially coun try merchants to this lUt Especial care Vas taken to have flrat class responsible men on the llt Q BERNHEIMER BROS LARGEST AND FINEST DRY GOODS HOUSE IN QUINCY invites yon to CALL WHEN IN THE CITY ACT EXAMINE THEIR BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF -BLACK SILK- i 1 COLORED SILKS - - SATINS SATIN FOULARDS SUMMER SILKS CASHMERES In black and colors Dmi Ooods Hosiery UloTet Parasols Housekeeping goods etc etc Orders by Mail Promptly Filled Sam Sent on Application FIRST CLASS DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT In conecUon -with the Home WEDDING TROSSEAUS A SPECIALTY G BERNHEIMERBROS STRICTLY OflE PRICE HOUSE St Quincy Ills JSTKRNS i SONS WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS 4JS A5 Hampshire street...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 May 1884

M M WEEKLY GB APHTC KtKKSVHLRMISSOinU T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor M GILL Editor Imrgcst Bonaiifle Sub scription list 1KABAIR COUNXY FRIDAY MAY iGth 1884 EDITOEIAL NOTES Senator Vest of this state is said to be particularly anxious that his tricnd Chester A should receive the republican nomination at Chicago Charles OConnor the eminent jurist dicdat his residence Nantucket island on Monday afternoon MrsLanEtry will exhibit her self in Quincy Illinois on the 24th Tickets 2 00 The Greenback convention at Sedalia on 12th failed to materialize Mrs Thorton of the Boonville News was the only delegate present The proceedings were painfully harmoni ous On Tuesday the U S Senate passed without debate the bill to place Gen Grant on the retired list A number of new announce ments ior county offices appear in this issue bee candidates department on local page We learn through Judge Ellison who returned from holding court in Schuyler county on Saturday night that the brick building cont...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 May 1884

West side square WEEKL7Y GRAPHIC KIKKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor I FRIDAY MAY i6th 1884 This Paper J may be found on ne l ea 10 Bprnce street TVT VT wheru dvertlslne con- fW Y OVk WXiV tictmaJemallefolti J In ueo r icoweii x uos ewfipaperAdrertislng KIRKSYILLE r r time table 60EIG SOUTH raenrpr - - 9 07 a tu Paseneer - - - - - - 1025 p m Frelcht 4jnpm freight 930 p m oorsosOBTii Paiftner v ttit p m Paenfer -- 52 a in frUhi Ju pm KrljIit 30pni i M P DI V EAST Mall and Express arrlrs titm departs r Ju a to Inlrht arrlres 3 p m departs 42 pm west Mall and Exprtss ardvis - - cap departs - - 6lpm 1relpht arrives ltjop m deparu - - T15 p m TOK SALE House and two large -- lots -west of square llous 2 story 8 rooms well and cistern pood stable cow slied corn crib etc Apply to Jlrs I M ila irow on premises l 4t nilHBALE -At a bArpaln alionaf of three rooms In cast part of town AduH at 1 and two lou mloinceor tot V WoitsnK TOST Between KocVy Ford aud ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 May 1884

6- it h V B 1 f at j M i 1 TO TOSf Thrre travelers writ ohewlrrttleiklv f And theBiBOBspal J tliey walked alone ai Yet the nut ntoilve adfrcdtauhratirf it J c I The first was but a UtUt child Tfj A fttiataH das at Aatatt at UV MtHWltlIU MTV SBI lUm Ana saw her weariness ul tun But pain bbi fear the did not herd lltr motberellfe vth la her speed Tbcaext a tool with soiroTdnruh A kntwpsan old tad poor Ebe neither ftlUhe wind ot rata Ebt ihonrht not or U lonely nJoor tvrlt was but the road to save A ob ad husband Irora the gnit That leirsaree nlrtt at mldnlehls hoar A Bun weal swIRIjr oer tbenoor HIS leal seYrftCtaseltnnthpasifti Illectladuvsiathwayare n 1U1 on vnguipkiituwfl wiajt vJl - Each traveler bad his special care 1 V- And neither knew the other pain t waafcove that crossed thi moor Amid the belting wind aid rain j t PureLoTt uaelBih Invite and raolherrprfestafid child s Haianirmpcjtteampor i So Bleak below ao dark above HtnUihf dreary WearymliVj Of miahty Lore whose wondroiu l...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 May 1884

fZi - i VSS ftia - 150 PirAmium QtnXCT CAMS The foUowIni U litt of Ftrt cUs Quln cjr Uottnctt Houncs anJ represcnUtlte men Wc would call She attention of thote of our patron -who ileal lc Qulncycpeclllf coun try mcrclmnti to till list EtprcUl rare x Uken to hare flrt cla8 rcaponalble men on the lint G UERNHEtMER BROS j LARGEST AND FINEST DRY GOODS HOUSE IN QUINCY lnrltrt 70a la CALL WHEN IN THE CITY AND EXAMINE THEIR BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF t COLORED SILKS SATINS SATIN FOULARDS SUMMER SILKS CASHMERES In black anil eolon Oreu Ooodi Hoiltrjr IloTea raruolilIoiuekeplnggoo3itetc ate Orders by Mail Promptly Filled Sam Sent on Application FIRST CLASS DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT In conectlon ullh the House WEDDING TROSSEAUS A SPECIALTY G BERNHEIMERBROS STRICTLY OWE PRICE HOUSE 407409Hamshire St Quincv Ills JSTERNS SONS WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS UJ I5 Hampiblre itreet QUINCr ILLINOIS 10 Broadwajr NEW YORK All f oodf told at New York prlco G MILLER Mannfaclnretof BAKING POWDER SPICE EXTRACTS PRESERVES JELL...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 May 1884

n ft FUi e- - laWaWMaMBwaaWsaMMstatwaaaaMajaMlaHajsjaaM - - I I n1 i C - - V T T E SUBLETTE foSllJhir ulftiprieter WtM GILt Editor - largest Bonwihlc Sub scription list IN A1AIK COVNll EDIT03IAL1T0TES The spirit oij bossism is not confined entirely to politics It often attempts to enter Vhe private and social circle to enforce its bigoted and pharuaical notions V Special class privileges are out of harmony with out republican sys of government whether it be that of capital or that of labor The rights duties and -privileges of American citizenship are common to all Neither the capitalist or the laborer as suchcan or ought to demand more or accept less than this Our neighbor over the way in his comments on a private and select party given in this place by some of our best people censures some wno attended because there was dancing in one of the parlors He may not be fanatical on the subject as he claims but there are plenty of people who think he is decidedly phansaical We have all he...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 May 1884

I 1 11 I rofl - i i s CTT gbaphxos Lm i Y I i 1 The in i SSl02xE - KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Pasienrrr fissenjrer freight Passenger Paenj er frcat Prflit OOISO SOUTH OOIKOnOUTH q 11 4 r DIV EAST Mall and Express arrlv s Departs xilght arriTes departs WXST Mall and Express arrlrfs departs Freight arrives departs Announcements 9 07 a m 10 2S pm 400 pm S3pm party of Adair county no5 FOR TREASURER We are authorized to announce GEO W PARKS as a candidate for the office of Treasurer subject to nomination by the re publican party of Adair County I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of county treasurer subject to the usage f the republican party M J Ross We are authorized to announce JOHN M DAVIS as a candidate for the office of Trcas urer subject to nomination by the republi can party of Adair county Wc are authorized to announce A L SHEPHERD as candidate for the office of County Treasurer subject to the nomination of the republican party of Adair county FOR PROSECUTING A...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 May 1884

1 fc fiir ti IV I Hfl F f hi IS I Pi br iftt i Ml s Ml i 1 f i if b I it I h Ft II I i n r 1 I I II U i 14 IL IfcS I i 51 1 It j1 i tei ii JS - J - Z tf CUM 5 r3mmix WRgsiS5sv C5 r rt iHsywMUywsjBj fijE MSHUm yW1 Mf - irju yjMMJju um VthzfiTiv tal4ieSiSi Ai iLLkO3 t - r A f UlB - v t ff is - agBBr J atfSssWSSBr - 1 Tkc Great Yi allTie Crai ait social Cistern H rsllp c Mr Ned Halladay has furnished us the following portions ol a letter re cently received from Rev N W Hoi comb who will be remembered by some of our readers as having been connected with the Baptist church ol this city as ps tor for a short time a few years ago Mr Holcomh went from this place to Tung Chow China as a missionary Though giving his life to heroic christian effort in that far away Geld he yet remembered his old friends hare affectionately and many of them will be glad to read these items of information from his hand Lung Chow China P 0 Chefoo Mr R S Halladay Dcar Sir and oro In reply to some of your queries I...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 May 1884

Prs f - j - imT Hnmfi aMBB II wsmhbi1 aqsjsjsja m M - y ml- m m - a 150 Per Annum QTJnTCY CASD3 Tbc foUowlni 1 a Uel of 7lrt clas vjuin t cy UuiincM House ana rcprecnuiiivc mcu Vc -would clHiCBttcntlon of Uiimb of our patrons -who deal in Qulncycspcctally coun try merchant to Utla list Tjiiwclal care was UUri to hafb finUclAU rcspoualblc men on ttollvU 4 GBERNHEIMSR CBROS LARGEST ANDiSINEST DRY GOODS HOUSE IN QUINCY InvltMyottto CALL WHEN IN THE CITY ASD EXAMINE THEIR BEAUTIFUL STOCK OP BLACK SII3CttyS ts COLOREDSILKSjf r SATINS SATIN FOULARDS SUMMER SILKS CASHMERES In UaeL nd color Dress Oool HosleiT I1otc5 laruolt HouwVecplng Kx etc lc Orders by Hail Promptly Filled Sam Sent on Application FIRST CLASS DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT In collection iItii the Honsc WEDDING TROSSEAUS A SPECIALTY G BERNHEIMERBROS STRICTLY OiE PltlOE HOUSE St QuiNCV Ills T STERNS SONS WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS 43J ii ltaicpililrc strict QllXOr ILLINOIS Sill Broadway H SPICE NKW YOItK All EooJs Mil 1 at cw YorV prices...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 May 1884

IW gr 8vnv a- r -- W yW3 MT - WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiTlKSVIL LEMISSOUSL f E SUBLETTE Publisher ami Proprietor W M GILL Editor Xmrgcst Bonaiidc Su scription list icivjlpaijr coravx EDITOEIAL NOTES Tiller the St Louis Express robber was sentenced Tuesday to five years in the penitentiary The forty fifth annual san convention of the Episcopal church is in session at St Louis Over thirty two thousand voters have signed a call in Indiana for a State Temperance Convention to nominate candidates for office provid ed neither of the other parlies declare for prohibition It is said that eighty per cent of the signers are republican Twas ever thus TBE NATIONAL CONTENTION The NationalRepublican Convention will meet in Chicago on next Tuesday It is quite probable therefore that we shall be able to give our readers the names of the nominees of that Con vention in our next issue It is useless at this late date to speculate on the re sult or to urge the claims of particu lar candidates for the place Alre...

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 May 1884

t r n 1fi FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce cyself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Adair county subject to a Republic Primary election SANiORD SNYDER We are authorized to announce JAMES H KIXNEAR as a candidate for the office of Sheriff subjee to nomination by the re publican party ot Adair county We are authorized to announce CURTIS RAINER as a candidate for the offlce of Sher iff subject to the decision of the republican party of Adair county- no5 FOR TREASURER We are authorized to announce GEO W PARKS as a candidate for the office of Treasurer subject to nomination by there publican party of Adair County 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for the offlce of county treasurer subjecttothe usage of the republican party M J Ross We are authorized to announce JOHN M DAVIS as a candidate for the office of Treas urer subject to nomination by the repuhli can party of Adair county We are authorized to announce A L SHEPHERD as candidate for the office of County Treasurer subject t...

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 May 1884

hFt i p V- 3 dL v p i -I i I - - - - - - - -- r For tlto Farmer BEE CULTURE Spring Management Agals -MRS L HARRISON 1EORIA CO ILL The bees are huiried with pressing work and seem to feel the importance of doing it well The fertilization of thefruic crop is a great undertaking for such tiny folks May cherry trees are furnishing a large amount of work for they are crowded with blossoms Pear and crab apples aie in lull blossom and appla buds are now openingMayi5tlwAple honey is dark but Of jgoodilftVr Mr Muth of Cincinnati in speaking of this hon ey related the mistake of a druggist in reference to It He ordered honey and that made from apple blossoms was sent The druggist sent wonl the honey was not the right kind He wanted bees honey Mr Mulh re plied come and visit me and 1 will show you different kinds of honey He came was convinced and said he thoucht he could detect the flavor of roses in the honey sent inferring it was manufactured and scented with attar of roses I do net try to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 June 1884

iFv - - -- STOCK OF - - - t T- 7 i avyij -- ulalksllv COLORED SILKS SATINS SATIN FOULARDS SUMMER SILKS CASHMERES In black and colors Drc Howls lolery SloTia larasuls Housekeeping goods etc etc Orders by Mail Promptly Filled Sam Sent on Application FIRST CLASS DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT In conectlon -with the House WEDDING TROSSEAUS A SPECIALTY G BERNHEIMER BROS STRICTLY ONE PltlOE HOUSE 4o7409Hamshiri St Quincy Ills J STERNS SONS WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS 433 35 Hampshire street QUIXCl ILLINOIS Sit Broadway NEW YORK AH goods sola at New York prices JJC MILLER Manufacturer BAKING POWDER SPICE EXTRACTS PRESERVES JELLIES Ere QUINCY ILLINOIS Ask yonrjobberfor raj poods They will inke money for jou and please our customer j C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Maker and Machine Repairer Third and Main Streets QUINCY ILLINOIS All work guaranteed satisfactory or no par Cash paid for old copper brass zlucaud lead JJ C NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE M8 Mala Street QUINCY T H MICHELMANN Manufacturer of all k...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 June 1884

i 4U Vlf y s 4t WEEKLY GKAPHTC KiBKSVILLBUIBSOinU T E SUBLETTE Publlslisr and Proprletcr W M GILL Editor IJnrgcst Bonaiidc Sub scription list IKAJDAJUl coraM EDITOBIAt 1T0TES Convention week All eyes arc turned mmmiPSri - -- C toward Chicago x The Chicago Convention took matters very deliberately See notice of meeting of Re publican county Central Commiltc in this issue Democrats can wave the bloody shirt as well as republicans and no mistake The excitement over the Chica go convention has stopped per talk about the bant failures O S Babcock Grants private secretary during his presidency was drowned on the coast of Florida the present week Gen Sherman positively de clines to be a candidate for President Is there another man ia the country would do so While there is a large amount of noise and enthusiasm at Chicago this week there is none of that bitter incompromising partisanship so con spicuous four years ago The Graphic feels pretty safe in saying that the next president will be n...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 June 1884

mi I l t 4 y S iir 11 Notes- stop gaps in a levee IVe are authorised to announce GEO W lAKKS as a candidate for the office of Treasurer subject to nomination by the re publican party of Adair County 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of county treasurer subject to the usage of the republican party M J KosS We are authorized to announce JOIIX M DAVIS an a candidate for the office of Treas urcr subject to nomination by the republi can party of Adair county We are authorized to announce A L SHEPHERD as candidate for the office of County Treasurer subject to the nomination of the republican party ofAdair county FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce A D msnnv eiTidtilfitr for tho officii of Pros ecuting Attorney subject to nomination by the republican party of Adair county We authorized to announce J W JOHX 80N as candidate for Prosecuting Attorney of Adair county subject to nomination of the republican party FOR COUNTY JUDGE 1 district We arc authori...

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