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THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC
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KtRKSVILLK - - MISSOURI
FRIDAY DhCKMltKR SOMW
GRAPHICS
Kahoka had a 00000 lira Inst
Sunday morning
Colo Darrow hiivo knocked
tho bottom out of prices on botcb
J 1 Fowler 18 just completing
a ery fine burn on his residence
premises
Curios from all over the world
and relics 200 years old at the
Presbyterian church parlors
At the Chiistiuu church Sun
day morning the subject will bo
The Now year Evening Un
seen forces
Have j ou been to the art exhi
bition at the JPresby terian church
parlors It is more than worth
both your time and money
The Maccabees have obtained a
a special dispensation to admit
members to the order for s fee of
So Now is an excellent time to
put iu an application
Fireman Sloan who was so
badly injured in tho waeck near
Greencastle a few weeks ago was
able to be removed from Green
castle to Quincy Wednesday
J W Howard of Stahl collect
ed a debt from the government
last week that had been due him
since June IS 1SG5 It amounted
to several hundred dollars
Appropriate New Year services
at the First Presbyterian church
next Sabbatti morning Annual
roll call service in tin evening
Seats are free to everybody The
public cordially invited
Mr Bina Rawson of Mont
rose Colo is yisitiug friends in
Kirksville and will remain a cou
ple of weeks He reports that his
fathers health has been excellent
since he has located in Colorado
Watch night service at the
Methodist Episcopal church Sat
urday night commencing at 10
oclock and continuing until 12
oclock The public invited to at
tend this service and watch the
old year out and the new in
Mr William Ashfield cf Adair
was in town Thursday He will
ship a car load of hoises to Okla
homa Boon His daughter will ac
company him and they will stay
there until the Cherokea strip is
opened and both will make runs
for homesteads
Mr W L Smith the shoemak
er left Wednesday morning for
1 wight 111 to take the Keeley
treatment for alcoholism Ho has
a host of friends here who con
gratulate him on this step and
earnestly hope to see him perma
nently cured
About 125 students left on the
Wabash tram going south at 1010
Friday morning The train had
five coaches all of which w ere full
Put few of the enormous crowd
tried to procure tickets Poth
waiting rooms were full and a
large number congregated on the
platform
James Powcock made a narrow
escape from drowning Monday
morning While sawing ice he fell
into the pond and floated under
the thick ice With great pres
ence of mind he turned about and
swam toward the opening and
clambered out of the water The
thermometer was twelve degrees
below zero and when he reached
the neareBt house his clothing was
frozen stiff
The Christmas exercises at the
churches in Kirksville were largely
attended and the programs were
carried out aB given in last weeks
GBAriiic AtPrashear there were
trees and musical and literary en
tertainments at the D P and
South Methodist churches The
U P Church wa3 beautifully de
corated and tho literary and musi
cal exercises weie of a high order
At Sublette the voung and old en
joyed a magnificent tree that was
loaded with presents A good mu
sical and literary program was also
presented
There were over 100 students
left for their homes on the S40
train on the Q O K C PP
Friday morning for tho east The
waiting room and platform were
crowded not more than haJf of
them were able to secure tickets
the train was crowded and stand
ing room was at a premium The
6moking car contained several la
dies and the steps were crowded
with gentlemen When the train
started two ladieB were forced to
take passage on the steps of the
baggage car and several others
waited for the freight
Jordan McCann of Ploomfield
Io came to Dr Still Friday of
laBt week to bo treated for what is
known as low shoulder He re
ceived an injnry forty Beven years
ago and since that time had never
been able to walk erect He spent
hundreds 6f dollars in trying to
remedy tho injury and had given
it up until ho heard of Dr Still
In five minutes after he arrived at
the infirmary he was as straight
as an arrow and has Buffered no
inconvenience since He return
ed to Ploomfield rejoicing Mon
day evening
3
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PRSONALS
j
E II Cole of Sporry was in
town Friday
Miss Dillie Grasslo is visiting
her brother it Hurdhnd
Mr F E Willis is visiting his
siBtar Mrs V J Howell
W S HickB and wifo Bpont
ChriBtmaB at Greentop
Master lioscoo Putler is visit
ing friends in Macon
J H Roberts of Queen City
was in Kirksville Thursday
Dr A P Johnson and family
spent Christmas at Monticello
Mr Geo Quintal of St Louis
visited his mother hero thiB week
Dr Walter Carter and wifo are
visitinc relatives in Palls county
Mr Frank Funk of Hurdland
spent the holidays with Kirksville
relatives
The Pythian lauquet has been
postponed until February 20
IS93
Mrs J O Gooch and children
are visiting relatives in Quiji j
111
Mr Frank Evatt successor to
J H Pest was iu tho city Wed
nesday
Miss Jessie Thatcher of Kansas
city is visiting her father J O
Thatchor
Miss Nannie Smith of Monti
cello is the guest of Mrs C S
Orcutt
Mr Chas Lee of Fairfield
Neb arrived Saturday for a ten
days stay
Mr Sharon McCullough of Mi
lan is visiting his sister Mrs J
C Do Witt
MibS Planche Jamison is visit
ing her sister Mrs Richard
Martin of Moberly
Mr Frank Lee of Fairfield
Neb is visiting friends in La
Plata and Kirksville
Mr and Mrs G D Malone of
Huntsville are visiting Mrs M
CPhinehart
Misses Eda Paeon and Mary
Paity of La Plata are guests of
Miss Allie Noifolk
Mr Fred Grassle and daughter
Miss Florence are spending the
week at Memphis Mo
W H Williams of Polk added
another purchase of forty acres of
land to his farm this week
Mrs Minnie Miller returned
Saturday from a three months
stay at Tupelo Mississippi
Mrs D Pich and daughter
Miss Petta of Greencastle are
the guests of Mrs Geo Pice
Hiram Snyder and J H Red
ington of Greencastle were in
town Tuesday and Wednesday
William Farmer of Willm3th
ville and S C Draper of
lion were in Kirksyille Thursday
Mr and Mrs CpH Smith of Des
Moines Io spent Sunday and
Monday with Kirksville relatives
Miss Nannie Chappell of
liumstown is visiting her cousins
the Misses Chappell of this place
Mr and Mrs Edwin Pierce and
son Master Poy of Owasco spent
Christmas with relatives in Kirks
ville
Mr Jacob Sholly of Albia Io
is visiting his son Will F Shol
ley and other Kirksville rela
tives
C W Mahaffy who has been in
Chicago for several months has
returned and eniered the Nor
mal
W P Jameson of Trinity J
WHoward of Stahl and JN
Siboleof Novinger were in Kirks
ville Saturday
Misses Nellie and Mabel Clark
are spending the week in Quincy
111 They are guests of Mis3
Fannie Skinner
Mr Pichard Denton wife and
daughter of Gibb visited rela
tives in Kirksville Wednetday
and Thursday
Miss Adelaide Foster of Quin
111 is spending the holdays with
her grandmother Mrs M F
Strock of Prashear
Mr J L Gillies of Chicago
viBited his parents Rev and Mrs
John Gillies of this city from
Friday until Wednesday evening
Mrs A P Stoddard and daught
er Miss Clhudia who have been
visiting in this city for two weeks
left for their home in Plattsburg
Mo Friday morning
MrB G A Pemberton and son
Master Stanley left for St Louis
Sunday night to visit Mrs Jfem
brtons sister Mrs Florence
Knighton
Mr P E Tipton of West Su
perior Wisconsin a Normal grad
uate of the class of 1S8S is in the
city visitinc friends and will re
main until Saturday
D K Shuman of Gibbs C E
Elliott and A L Smith of Pra
shear P W Hart of Willmath
ville and Mr and Mrs J Selby
were iu Kirksville Tuesday
Porter Smith until recently
foreman of the Farmer office
leaves to night for Jefferson
City where he has a position in
the book department of the Trib
bune office
Mr Porry Garlock and son Ot
tio of Gilbs were in Kivk3villo
Wednesday
MieH Julia Storm roturnod
Thursday from a visit with Glou
wood friends
Miss Gertrude Illgoufrilz visil
ed Miss Ida MdOlurg of La Plata
last week
Dr A P Willard and wife are
visiting their daughter MrsHo or
ofKanBas City
R Holliday and wifo were
surprised Saturday evening by r
donation party
Juo W Warner of Prowning
Mo made a flying trip to Kiiks
ville Wednesday
Prof Fisher of Mnryville Mo
attended the Toncheis Associa
tion hero thiB week
W H and Chas Daniels am
Thos Pay of Greencastle wore in
Kirksville Wednesday
Miss Emma Ammerman who is
teaching a El fl
Pergstrom To the wife of L J
PergBtroni December 17 a son
Newcomb To the wife of William
Newcomb Polk township Dec
20 a son
DIED
Cross In thiB city of pneumo
nia Tuesday evening Decem
ber 27 1892 Mrs Keturah M
wife of James M Cross Fu
neral took place from th Cum
berland Presbyterian church
Thursday afternoon at 2
oclock conducted by Dr Mitch
ell
- M - i Jwiktv
Mi Vvw C
i the
holidays in Ki libwllr
MifR K McClu u M P
is visiting her fnend Alioo Ui i
trudo llgeufritz this week
Prof Frank Haunnh Superin
tendent of Clarence public schools
is tit home for tho holidays
Mr and Mrs N M Boyd of
Milan were iu town Thursday at
tending teachers institute
Mr aud Mrs Jacob Sands
spent Monday with tho family
of O C Sands of Brasliear
Mr Morgan McCall who has
been in Colorado for two years is
homo for a threo weeks visit
Prof L P Smith of Qnujov
111 attended tho teachers insti
tute Wednesday and Thursday
Mrs Maggie Linder formerly
of this place but now of Kidder
Mo is visiting Kirksville friouds
Miss Metta McCall who is atten
ding Chaddock College Quincy
is home for tho holiday vacation
Prof Greenwood of Kansas
City came over Friday to attancl
the fnnerul of Miss Grace Green
wood
Rev Greene president of Wil
liam Jewell College attended the
teacheis association here this
week
Mr and Mrs R L Hamilton
and daughter Miss Hallie of
Men dot a are vissitiug Kirksville
relatives
Mrs S T McKinney pDd
daughter Miss Ghastiue of Kans
ns City are visiting relative in
Kirksville
Mrs T J Howell is entertain
ing Mrs E P Hayden of Wood
land and Miss Mable Williams
of Macon
Miss Pet Miller of OptimB
Oklahoma is spending the holi
days with relatives and friends in
Kirksville
A Scofield of Pure Air and R
E Tomkins of Wilson and L J
Hannah of Stickleraville were in
towu Wednesday
Misses Maud McClung of
Ottumwa and Miss Nettie Mor
ris of Glenwood are the guests of
Miss Julia Storm
EldTJ M E owder of Gains
ville Texas was in Kirksville
Monday visiting his daughter
Mrs Gene Thomas
Miss Lyda Shulfz who iB teach
ing at Weston Mo arrived home
Saturday evening for a short visit
with her parents
J W A ilds got in from a six
weeks trip on the road Saturday
evening He came iu ti eat
Christmas turke at home
Mr Pertie Kabric and sister
Miss Cora of Plainville III are
visiting- the families of Jacob F
lusselman and L V Chase
Misses Tirgie Powo Helen
Davies and Carrie Shaffer of
Ploomfield Io attended the ball
at Pools Hotel Thursday oven
ing
The WT 0 T U will meit
Tuesday afternoon Jan 3 at the
home of Mrs D M Lantz 307
Franklin Street All are cordially
invited
Mr Gordon Dinsmoor who is
attending the University at Col
umbia Bpent the holidays with
his parents in this place Ho re
tarns to Columbia to day
Misses Leona and Lillie Aber
crombie left Wednesday night
for Downs Oklahoma where they
will reside in the future Their
many friends here regret their
departure
BORN
Saturday ovoiiing last brought
joy to the hearts of tho httlo
folks of the Presbyterian Sabbalh
school Tho liturary and musical
pari of the program wan oujoyed
by tvurybotly The recitations
dialogues and sougs by tho pupils
of tho school wore well rendered
At their close an old Dutch mil
ler appeared at Iho window of a
arge old fashioned windmill and
mndo tho remark that if ho only
had breeze enough to turn the
wings of his mill ho would grind
out Bomo good things for tho
many little neoplo that ho saw be
fore him At that hint a half doz
en little brownies suddenly ap
poarod and began vigorously
blowing blowing until they got
tho mill into rapid motion Thou
they carried into tho mill great
sacks of grain which the millei
ground up and hurled out to the
little folks in the shapo of sacks
of candies nuts aud oraugeb
much to the delight of tho chil
dren Thero were no decorations
in the church as the beautiful or-
nrn 11-
to oei budv
MARRIED
Wjedenkoter Stage In tin
city December 21 Mr Edward
WiedcnkoFer and MissJennettn
Stage P Ross J P offici
ating
Davis the residence
of the brides parents noir
Gibbs Dec 25 Mr Edward L
Davis aud Mies Myrtle Howk
Rev Jno Clark officiating
CuiP the residence
of the brides parents near
Hurdland Dec IS Mr Nelson
Cnpp and Miss Mollie Pmkstou
Elu Geo Edwurds officiating
1 elkhr Marks At tho ie3i
deuco of Peter Felker Decem
ber 25 Mr Geo Felker aud
Mins Clara Marks J S Motter
J P officiating
Redall Shoot At tiie resi
dence of the grooms brother in
this city Dec 25 A L Redall
and Mrs Isadore Smoot Eld
DErrett pastor of the Chris
tian chuich officiating
Pyrd Mitchell At the resi
dence of the brides parents in
this city on December 25 1S92
Mr Wllnco Byrd and Miss
Anna Mitchell Rev J P
Mitchell officiating
Dalton Calvin On Christmas
day at the residence of the offi
ciating minister Rev M H
Diadley Mr John P DbHou
and Miss Laurol OalviD both of
MillaidMo
Hinds Oxley On Christmas
evenins at the rcsdf nee of the
1 rides paieuta Mr Sherman
H Hmds ad Miss Okie A Ox
Joy both of MiUaid Mo Rev
M LI Eradley officiating
Harris Ownry Oa Wednes
day December 28 1892 at the
lesidpneeof the brides parents
near Kirksville Mr John P
Harris and Miss Hallie Own by
both of Adair county Mo Rev
M H Eradley officiating
Taylor Huston At the resi
dence of the brides father
Judge Huston of Gibbs Sun
day December 25 1S92 Mr
Chailes Taylor and Misa Carrie
Huston Rev E Roszelle offi
ciating
Clark Elmore At tho brides
residence in La Plata Wednes
day December 21 I892i Mv
George C Clark of Kiiksville
and Mrs Mary E Elmore Elder
W A Hamilton officiating
School heport
Monthly report of East Center
school for the month commencing
November 2S aud ending Decem
ber 23 1892
Number of scholars enrolled for
the mouth 37 number of scholars
over 1G years of age 2 number of
days attended by all pupils 530
average number of pupils attend
ing each day 20 average number
of days attended by each pupil
LU number of days taught 20
JSames of those not absent during
tho month are Katie Miller
Sadie and Pessie Sells Addie
Dunham Emmor Francis and
Willie Heller and Leona Eilhug
ton Names of those whose de
portment is 100 are Myrtle and
Cleveland Lowe Olivia Moore
Ethel Pillimton Millie Collop
Aura and Richard Lowe Num
ber of visitors 2 Friends and
patrons are invited to visit the
school at any time Re3pt
Rosa Linville
If you want a farm loan at a low
rate of interest see W S Hicke
Who Wants the Woid of God
Pibles and testaments of the
American Pible Society press are
on sale b P M Puckmaster in
the business house of P W
Sands the jeweler and Mr Puck
master Any person wanting
Pibles or Testaments are request
ed to call on Mr Puckmaster As
for substantial finish and cheap
ness thepublications of said soci
ety commend themselves to pur
chasers J P Mitchell
ChEx Com
li
S FOR
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Puy rolled plate jewe 1-
ry where the Boiler h e
knowledge of tho qua
ity gathered from train
ing and experience Most
of tho trash in thiB line
iBdumpedintotliBnoliou
and furnishing Btores A
lollar of value for a dol
lar of money at Hart
Sons Old Jewelry Btore
North Bide square
F
O
K
If you want an abstract of title
go to W S Hicks
Winter Tourist Excursions via the
Wabash
Low rate Winter Tourist tick
ets are now on sale via the
lumll i Floriln mill tlli POUllOri
1 il O lp J pi
dents if you contemplate n
Ai trip confer with me for
otrUfiiurH Low rato one way
tickets b - on pale
V E Noonan Agent
Kirksville Mo
The Great Wabash Route
Money Money I Money
And W S Hicks has bushels
of it on good farms at a low rote
of interest Remember when you
negotiatiate a loan with me I
guarantee you the lowest rateB of
interest Call in and bo convinc
ed Loans closed up in from 3 to
1 days W S Hicks
Kirksville Mo
Dr Johusion
Will visit Prashear 1st and 3rd
Thursday of each month Those
wishing work done in tki nue
lemember dates
WH Eckeit will trade his
stor k of dry goods clothing boots
w nes for town or farm prop-
tv Address him at Prashear
Mo
For Rent
A neat seven room cottage in
the eaBt part of town convenient
to square with all modern im
provements Teinis reasonable
Apply to Jackson Robinson
Co New York Store or John 11
Mnsicks residence
Ihristmas and New Years Greeting-
To our friends and customers of
Adair county and the city of
Kirksville We have been in
your midst as citizens three years
and have tiied to bo as obedient to
the laws and usages of your coun
ty and city as possible We have
tried to be enterprising in all our
undertakings and iu our business
relations with our customeis we
have tried to act fairly and square
ly in all transactions whether
small or large We believe we
have been tho means of bringing
a cash market on all kinds of pro
duce When we came to Kirks
ville there was not a grocer thai
paid cash for produce of aiy kind
and now a number of them adver
tise that they will pay ensh for
produce and they do so Put
who did it first Wo do not offer
any extra inducements to custom
ers to take trade for their pro
duce nor do we believe this is
right We do believe one pound
of butter is worth 20c in cash one
dollars woith of our goods is
worth 100 cents aud hence we
haye fought the idea all along of
offering 2 or d cents per pouna
more for an article taken in trade
Our motto has been to give a dol
lars wot th of groceries for 1C0
cents and to give 100 cents in
cahh for one dollars worth of pro
duce Now weaie truly grateful
at I ho end of three v ears of busi
ness in your community for the
liberal patronagu extended to us
Our associations have been very
pleasant and our business very
successful aud w hether we remain
in your midst longer or not we
will always feel we have been no
detriment to your community
having exibted in it for three verj
pleasant yeai s and wherever our
lot is cast lie it in Kirksville or
elsewhere it is with a great
amount ot satisfaction we look
back over our buinesB career of
tin ee years and realize va have
many true and waim friends in
this vicinity and may God pros
per this community much greater
in the future thau He bus in the
past To our many customers we
will say we have a bonanza for
you after Janutry 1 1S93 that
you have never had in Kirksville
to our knowledge Wo have ad
vertised n important chance in
our business at that time What
that change is to be will be pri
vate nntil February 1 lblJJ It is
sufficient fcr the public to judge
when you see our ad and prices
after January 1 1893 We ex
tend to- all our customers and
friends our heart felt thanks for
kiud patronage and a continuance
o same as long as in your com
munity whether it bo long or
short is kindly requested We
wish one and all A Merrv Christ
mas and A Happy New Year for
1 1S53 Respectfully yours
IGLEU UROS
BMBeaiMju fc4
For Saie A lino draft stallion
3 yearB old weight 1500 pounds
on easy terms 0 F Mercer
Yankee fitntnmnnfH nnlv Slfif
per thousand at the GRAnno Job
Office and nil other stationery in
proportion
Fresh Eulk OyBters at Ray
WilBons
Now Millinery cooda at Mrs
Leechs
Notice
City taxeb for the year 1892
ire now due so please call and paj
tho same before January 1st
1893 or aoenaltv will be added
Tho books are at Sheeks Mur
pheys real estate office
S A D Murphey
City Tax Collector
Fresh bulk ousters at Ray WiK
sons
O
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PPnC t ur
I sv
iuoii y t loan
atnnl rnncoi
On Od
J M MCLALL
J C Fish keeps the finest stock
of meatB in the city Purchase of
him aud you will not be disap
pointed either in quality or
tity
For Sale -House and two lots
House has live largo rooms Bum
mer kitchen cellar well and cis
tern convenient AddresB G W
Loomis Kirksville Mo
For school tablets and
ery of all kinds go to Puckmaster
If you want a good corn sheller
go to W E Greene it Co
For tender Bleaks sausage
spare ribs weiner wurst and all
other meats of the best quality
ry J C Fish first door west of
ostoffice
Notice to Settle
All persons indebted to Eckeit
cfc Son by note or account are re
quested to settle at once and save
costs
Eckerts harness shpphas made
new prices on harness and sad
dles
Pest and cheapest photographs
in the city made at Tulls gallery
W G Fout keeps all school
books and school supplies See
him for business
m
The Mantello cabinet the
latest fad in pictures at Tulls
picture gallery
Remember that Ray Wilson
keeps everything that is to be
found in a first class bakery and
confectionery
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G F Mumma has located his
blacksmith shop one and a half
blocks north of the brick shop
wheie he formerly did business
Money to Loan
Money to loan at 6 per cent
annual or Bemi annual interest
with privilege to pay S100 S200
or any multiple thereof at any in
terest payment
W H Clark
Office with T J Dockery New
Brick
300
Pays for a great big picture and
frame at Tulls Gallery
Proclamation
On January 1 18931 propose
to turn over a new teat not in
my old ledger for it is full to
ovei flowing and on and after that
date I propose to sell for cash
only J have many good friends
who alwajs pay promptly I have
some good friends who do not pay
at all aud to make a success of my
i evolution I cannot let friendship
cut any figure in it my purse is
not long enough To those who
have favored me iu tho pat 1 will
say In the future I will make it
to your interest to pay cash I
want and must have your patron
age but I also waut and must
have the cash Modesty is my
chief failing and I hope my
friends will eavo me tho pain of
refusing them credit If they will
do this I will guarantee a big
hundred ceuts worth for every
dollar they spend with me
M H Halladay
KIRKSYILLE MARKETS
EGGS IS doz rash
BUTTE K 15
FEATHER1 5 45
OATS 20
HAY SGOOto S9C0
HOGS S6 00
COWS HEIFERS Fat 200
BEESWAX 18c
TALLOW J to 3c
LARD- to 11
RYE 50
CORN 30c bnsu
WHEAT 55
MILK COWS CALVES 15 tr
S2c
ROOSTERS 125 pei doz
MIXED FEED 75 per hund
POTATOES -SO
GEESE S3G0 SI 00 per doz
BRAN 05 per hund
SHORTS 80 mi hnrd
CHICKENS I
TURKEYS 7
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