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THE WEEKCnQRAPHIC
T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor.
KIRKSVILLE,
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Q. O. & K. TIME TABLE.
GOING EA8T.
No. 1- Mail & Express - 15 p m
No. 4 Exi)-es, Loci) between Qulncy ani
Kirksvitle leaves 8:15 a. m
No. 6 Thti ueh freight nijp. m.
Wc 8 Wv Irelrht. arrives ) n-jia. ir.
departs J
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GOING WEST.
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& Express, arrives
n 40 a n..
No. 4 Expres. Local between Klrksvllle ani
Quincy 7:3! p. m
5 ThrooRh trelcht 3 io a. n
7 Way Irelpht, arrives 1:00 p.m.
departs mop. m
decant I 1110 a. n.
GRAPHICS.
Mrs. Leech for Millinery.
Dead
Shot
powder at Helme
Bros. & Co's.
T. J. Doekery has shaved off
his whiskers.
Mayo Whitacre, little sou of J.
F. Whitacre, is seriously ill.
The Macabees will give au en
tertainment during the holidays.
The Lyj ic Quartette gave a con
cert at the Baptist church Friday
Lveniijg.
Mi8 Alta Baird very pleasantly
entertained her friends hist Satur
day afternoon.
The D. E. club gave a pumpkin
party at the home of Dr. C. E.
Still last Friday night.
Senator Foraker anived in the
city Sunday evening aud remained
until Wednesday night.
Edwin Shackleford spent Satur
day and Sunday in Lewistown,
visiting his mother.
There will be an entertainment
at the Infirmary to-night given by
the Fall class of Osteopathy.
The boarders of the "Furrow
House'' gave a party in honor of
Miss Darling last Monday night.
The Wabash will sell excursion
tickets Dec. 24th and 25th and Jan.
1st at 1 1-3 fare the round trip,
good until Jan. 4.
Jno. Snyder, of Greencastle, J.
B. Meudenhall, of Uind, and Jno.
Conkle, of Brashear, were in the
city Wednesday.
A. F. Grassle will attend K. P.
lodge next Monday evening. Tlie
lodge should take due notice and
govern itself accordingly.
Services at the South Methodist
church as usual Sunday morning,
and evening, and will continue
during the following week.
There have been fourteen con
versions at the South Methodist
church dtuiug the pi dratted meet
ing and the interest is increasing
Mrs. Ii. M. Bingo and daught
ers returned Tuesday from a two
months1 stay at Eureka Springs,
Ark., Miss Althea's health was
greatly benefited by the trip.
Mr. Darling, and M5sb Darling,
both Btudeuts of Osteopaty, left
for their home in Evauston, last
Wednesday night to spend the
holidays.
A train of thirty cars loaded
with horses and scrapers for work
on the O. K. extension west of
Trenton, passed through Kirks
ville Thursday morning.
Mr. Arthur Patterson left Tues
day night for Ft. Worth and Gal
veston, Tex., to dispose of this
season's crop of apples, of which
he now has on hand 5000 bushels.
Mrs Miller leceived a telegram
Thuisday moiuiugfiom Ladonia,
stating that her soniulaw, Prof.
Spaunhurst, is dangerously ill,.and
not expected to live.
The Annual Entertainment of
the Philomathean Society will be
given at the Normal Chapel on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 23.
Tickets will be on sale Saturday
afternoon.
Dr. Herman Still and wife of
Hamilton, Ohio, spent Tuesday
and Wednesday in town, visitiDg
relatives and friends. The Dr.
will open an office in Cincinnati
the first of the yeer.
The young men of the C. E. so
ciety of the First Presbyterian
church will serve supper in the
church this (Friday) evening from
C to S o'clock, ts enable business
men to go directly to the church
lor supper. Proceeds for the
benefit of the church.
Jiiasljiglj
PERSONALS.
W.E -5-VHiit Sublctt), was in
the city Sunday.
Mrs. Arthur Patterson is visit
ing friends at Hannibal.
Geo. Huston and Perry Gar
lock, of Gibbs, were in the city
Tuesday.
Mrs. R. A. Galusha left Wed
nesday for a visit with relatives at
Nevada.
Dr. Robards and wife will spend
theirvvacation in 111., visiting the
doctors mother.
Mrs. Staff who ha" been visit
ing in Memphis, returned home
Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mellay spent
the first of the week visiting their
sister, Mrs. M. L. Beeman.
Mrs. A. D. Starr and Mrs.
Rob't Patton, of Millard, visited
Kirks ville friends Saturday.
A. D. Mahaffy left Wepnesday
for St. Joseph, to assist Doctor
Cockrill for a couple of months.
Mrs. W. E. Noonan entetained
in honor of her sister, Miss Delia
Crawford, last Saturday night.
Mrs. Spencer and daughter, of
New York, have returned to re
sume treatment at the Infirmary
Mrs. Lacy of Sedalia, is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Clark. Mrs.
Lacy will remain until after the
holidays.
Mrs. T. H. Gibson entertained a
few friends at dinner Tuesday, in
honor of Mr. and Mis. Volney
Gupton.
Mr. and Mrs. Volney Gupton of
Palmyra, visited Mr. and Mrs. T.
H. Gibson, from Saturday until
Tuesday.
Mr. Will Brock, a student in
Osteopathy, has gone to his home
in Montpelier, Yt. He will re
turn after holidays.
Mr and Mrs. E. Kittle and Mrs.
R. D. Ellison and Miss Victoria
Ellison, of Willmathville, were in
the city Wednesday.
Mr. Critchfield, of Oskaloosa,
Kansas, spent Sunday in the city,
visiting his sister Mae, who is
taking treatment at Infirmary.
Jno. Shoop, of Shibleys Point,
Prof. McNaught, of Queen City
and William McPhetridge, of
Novfnger, were in the city Satur
day. Mis Pearl Hule.t, vacal teach
er, in the Richard Wagner Con
servatory leave3 Saturday for Col
umbia, to spend the holidays, af
ter a two weeVs vacation, she will
return to resume her duties in the
Conservatory.
Married.
Grassle Weaver At the resi
dence of the biide Tuesday even
ing, December 15, Mr. A. F.
Grassle and MissHattie Weaver,
Rev. Hardin officiating.
Born.
Johnston To the wife of V. O.
Johnston- Wednesday, Decembi r,
16, a son, weight 9 pounds.
Died.
Shott At the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. C. L. Lewis, Wednes
day, Dec. 16, Mr. Jacob Shott.
Remains were taken to Noving-
er on the noon train Thursday for
burial.
Smith Tuesday, Dec. 1, 1896,
Mr. Fred Smith aged S2 years.
Mr. Smith had betu a resident
of Wilson township for over 40
years, aud was one of our best
citizens. He was buried in Union
Cemetery Thuisday Dec. 3.
At the Chitrchs.
Christinas sermon by the pastor
in the First Presbyteriau church
next Sabbath at 11 a. in. Special
Christmas music. Seivice iu the
evening at the usual hour.
By request of the W. C. T. TJ.,
Prof. Richanl8on will deliver a
memorial address on John B.
Gouj?h in the Cumberland Presby
terian church nest Sunday night.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will have on sale next Sat
urday from 10 a. ni. to 4 p. m. in
rear of Mrs. Cherrier's millinery
store, light rolls, bread, cakes and
meat.
At the M. E. church Dec. 20,
A. M., preaching by the pastor,
ibject "Usefulness."' Evening
services opening at 7 o'clock will
be conducted by Epworth League.
A tine display of holiday goods
at McKeehan & Reed's.
McKeehan & Reed have a fine
line of Christmas goods.
IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.
FACIAL PARALYSIS SUCCUMBS TO
DR. FULKERBON'S SCIEN
TIFIC TREATMENT.
The following is the store gath
ered frem Mr. John Walker by a
GRAi'nic reporter. He said: "I
was attacked with Bevere pains in
right eye, forehead, and right side
of face. The pains gradually grew
more severe and I finally lost all
control of the muscles of the right
side of face, muscles of the eye
lids, and right side of mouth. I
slept with my eye open, and when
drinking the water would rnn out
at the right corner of my mouth.
My foo'l would also gather on the
paralyzed side causing me the
greatest annoyance. I suffered
severe pain in the eye, imparing
my sight, and the muscles of my
face were very painful, preventing
me ofcen from attending to my
business.
I had been treated for three
months for this ailment, which
constantly grew worse, and I be
came fretful, despondent and dis
couraged. I was finally advised
by a friend to place myself under
the care of Nature's healer, Dr.
Fnlkersou. I lost no time in call
ing at the Endopathic Instituta
and consulting the Doctor. He
told me that he had cured cases
similar to mine, and thought mine
would readily yield to his treat
ment. The first treatment gave
great relief and now after a full
course am almost cured, a few
more treatments being all that is
required to completely restore me
to complete health and vigor. I
feel that the credit for this great
relief is all due to the skillful and
scientific treatment which I re
ceived from Nature's scientific
healer, Dr. Fulkerson.
Special Reduction Sale
To reduce stock. Great bar
gains iu every department during
December. Capes, Jackets, Blank
ets, Underwear aud Faciuators at
Whol sale prices
Holiday Goods.
Loveliest line of handkerchiefs
ever shown in the city.
B. F. Lamkin.
The Problem Solved.
The question, What is suitable
for Christmas presents! has been
solved by Farmer & Son. They
have just what you want: Silver
knives, forks, and spoons; also a
nice line of shearers, pocket
knives, beautiful nickeled coffee
and tea pots, and kettles; also fine
nickeled and plain skates, all at
hardtimes prices. Call aud pur
chase of Farmer & Son.
Wanti:d A situation to work
for board and attend the Noimal,
by a quiet, steady young giil.
References. Addiess Graphic
office.
Tiy a Wonder Egg Beater and
Cream whip. They are the I est
thing out. Hhlmr Bros. & Co.
Notice.
On account of the expiration of
my term of office, I withdraw
all rewards offered by me as Sher
iff of Adair county, Mo.
Geo. W. Rupe, Sheriff.
Dec. 18, 1896.
ever Mind The Weather.
Christmas will be here just the
same, and we feel safe in saying
that there has never been such a
mmnete dlSDlaV Ot 1 rODlCal rrUltS
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,. ,,;.ll !-,, ot WII I AUn'S fipn.
as win i'- . -. w .vw
CERY STORE, In addition to Or
anges, Tangerines, Lemons, Pine
apples, Dates, Japanese Persim
mons, Bananas, Figs, and Raisins ;
we will also have California Pears,
New York Pears, Celery, Cranber-
neS. CjraDeS. NUtS Ot all Kinds, and
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rnj oinnn-ifnr fvehrvU WV
Uanay e lOUgLl IOr eVeryDOQ , we
Want all OUr tnendS tO Call and See
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US. VV . U. ILLAKL).
flutual Insurance.
W. M. Watson and H. P
Thompson have opened a Mutual
Insurance oflice in the potofuce
lobby. They can save you one-
third the cost of old line compan
ias, and it will pay you to call and
see them. They are experienced
men in the business.
Closing Sale
Till January 1st, 1S97, of our
entire Big Stock of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Capes,
Cloaks, Blankets, Dress Goods,
and everything else. Our stock is
too large Goods must be sold
Prices regardless of cost. Now is
the time to save money at
Pigkxeb's Famous,
Prize- Essays
The local W. 0. T. XJ. will give
four prizes as follows: For the best
essay on "The Nature of Tobacco
and its Effects on the Human Sys
tem," written by a student of the
Normal, the Mercantile College or
the Public schools, 15 years of age
or over, $2; for the second best $1.
For the best essay on same subject
written by a pupil in any of the
above named schools, under 15
years of age, $2; for second best $1.
The essays mnst not bear the na me
of the writer, bat it mast be writ
ten on a separate slip of paper, and
enclosed with the essay. All es
says mnst be sent to Mrs Deborah
Langhlin,orMrs. B.F. Stanton be
fore Feb. 22d, '97. Three compe
tent men, or women, who have no
children among the contestants,
will act as judges.
H. L. Bishop is the new propri
etor of the City Restaurant.
A full line of choice goods for
the holiday trade at McKeehan &
Reeds.
Sheriff's Sale.
Action on school bond, Adair
county V8 Calvin L. Minton.
Whereas on the 11 day of April
1S92 Calvin L. Minton made exe
cuted aud delivered his bonds to
Adair county to the use and bene
fit of the county school and school
twp. 04 14 funds of said county,
and to secure the payment of the
sum of money mentioned in said
bonds, Calvin L. Minton and Sarah
Minton his wife, made, executed
and delivered their mortgage deed
to Adair county, containing power
of sale of the following described
real estate in Adair county, Mo.,
to-wit: The west half of the north
east quarter of section thirty six,
36, township sixty two, 62, of
range fifteen 15, also the nortn nal I
of lot 2 of the noithwest quarter of
section thirty one, 31, township
sixty two 62, of range fourteen 14.
Now therefore, by virtue and au
thority of a fieri facias issued from
the office of the clerk of the Adair
county court, to me directed and
delivered, dated Dec. 9th, 1896, I
have levied upon and will sell at
public sale to the highest bidder
for cash in hand, or on time with
approved security, for the pay
ment of the purchase money, with
eight per cent, per annum, before
the Court House door in the City
of Kirksville, while the circuit
court for said county of Adair is
in session on Thursday the 7th
day of January, 1837. between the
hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. of
that day, the real estate above de
scribed, to satisfy said fieri facias
and costs. G. W. RUPE,
Sheriff Adair County.
The City Restaurant is having
a Cue trade.
A splendid meal can be gotten
at the City Restaurant, third door
from the southeast corner,
Sheriff's Sale.
B virtue and authorityYif a special execution on
a mJpmcnt for dellnauenft taxes Issued trom tne
I office of the circuit clerk ofXAdair county. Missouri
returnable at the Januar tem. i)7 or saia coun. to
rre directed in favor of WiiliVi Meeks county col
ector and against John Viorw i have levied upon
Ihe seized all the right. titieAlnterest and estate of
tsaid John Mrriow of in anAto the following de
scribed real estate In ndalr codniy. Missouri, towit
ij i-j acres being th wtstoVe half of the east n
acres of the south west quarteVof he southwest
qnarter of section no. thirty fiveVjs) township sixty
three 63) of range fourteen and 1 will, on Thurs
day the 7th day January. iM between the
hours of nine o'clock a. w. and fie o'clock P. M. of
thatdav. while the circuit court fey Adair county.
Missouri, Is In session, at the court house door. In
Klrksvllle. Adair county. Missouri, sell the same or
so much thereof as may be requlredX at public sale,
to the highest bidder for cash In hand, subject to all
prior lies and judgements, to satisfy Uaid execution
and costs. GEOI1GE W RUHE.
Sheriff Adair County, Mo.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Rv virtue and authotltv nf a special execution on
a judgment for delinquent taxes Issued from the
office of the clerk of the circuit court of A air
countv, Missouri returnable at the January term
IS07 of said court, to me directed in favor of w illlam
Meeks county collector and against Alanson L.
Rouse, Melissa Rouse, James Rouse, Richard
lnnse ana v. auaius iuuc i uavc ic.
I..J uron and -seized all the right, title, In-
terest and estate of the said Vanson L Rouse.
Me
iii k .11. . James Rouae Kichirj Kouse ana
Claudius Jones of In and to the followm,: describe
ed ul uie sltuatedui Adair county, fliissouri
fO-wit:
Lots A and B Itallroid addition to wit. 3 acres
commencing at a point on the south line ct the south
west quarter of the north west quarter of section o
township 62. of range 15, 25 feel from the center of
the Notth Missouri K R thence west I chain and ii
links trom Ihe southeasl corner of a tract of land
rnnv. e j iw uie iui Lai,ic tu n.viiwct uicuc
north chains and u links thence east chains
and 31 links to a point 35 feet of the centerllneof
s,uJRair0ad thence south alone the Roalroad
grounds to the pace of beginning.
1 sixteen. and 1 will, on Thursday the 7th divof
I January 1S06 between the hours of nine o clock a.
m. and nve o clock p. m. of that aav, wnue tne cir
cuit court for Adair county, Missouri. Is In session,
at the Court House door, in Kirksville. Adair county
Missouri, sell the sarte, or so much thereof as may
bejrequired, at public sale, to the highest bidder for
eash In hand, subject to all prior liens and judge
roents.) to satisfy said execution and costs.
Geo. W. Rnpe,
Sheriff Adair County Mo.
Bucklen's Arnaca Salve.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, nlcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns, and all
skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guarranteed to give perfect sat
isfaction or money refunded. Price
25c per box. For sale by B F
Henry's drugstore.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take laxative Bromo Quinine
tablets. All druggists refund the
money, if it fails to cure. 2c, For
Sale by B. F. Henry.
CLEARING SALE
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OF -
C. A. ROBINSON & CO.
We have two hundred and fifty pairs of Ladies and Misses
Shoes that have got to be sold within the next 30 days
REOARDLESS OF COST to make room for onr NEW LINE
OF SPRING GOODS; they will be in about the first of the
New Year.
Tuesday and dnesday, Dec. 15-16
We will have a specialpale of Handkerchiefs, Table linen and
Towels. For the next fifteen days commencing Dec. 10th we
will give a Special Disconnt of 10 per cent on all our
OVERCOATS, CAPES And JACKETS
Remember the dates and come early for we have some extra
ordinary bargains for you. Respectfully
C. A. ROBINSON & CO. .
THE ONLY ONE PRICE CASH
HOLIDAY GIFTS!
Something to Gratify Every Taste.
Prices Uniformly Low On AH Goods.
No old Carried over stock to select from.
Dr. W. T. Stephenson,LEADER
IN DRUGS, FANCY GOODS AND NO VE LTLES
TELEPHONE 114. KLRKEVILLE, MO.
Englehart Bros.,
are offering some very fine bar
gains in Real Estate, among which
are the following:
No. 826 -Splendid lot on Frank
lin street, for $600.
No. 522 Vacant lota in the
southwest part of the city at S70.
to S100 each,
lots.
No. 791 New
All level laying (
j
four room house ?
northwest part of the city, 550.
terms easy.
No. 775 A splendid property,
three blocks southwest of the J
square, elegant yard, and a little j
nmft. ii. t n,i i.
.. .. .VU . bUU, ..,.,
house, price 81900
No. 542 One of the best proper
ties in the north part of the city,
on Franklin street, price 3600.
Up to date with all modern im
provements.
See them for any kind of Real
estate.
Toys, Albums, Bibles, Chii.
drens Books etc., at W. I.
Smith's deuggist, east.side.
NOTICE
J
Notice Is hereby given that letter', of adtnlni stra
tion upon the estate of Thomas Ddson deer aed,
late of Adair count. Mo , have been granted to the
undersigned John W. aud Henry SI I)odon
by the Probate courm the county
ofAdiar. bearing date the 6th day of
Nov. 1806 All persons having claims against ial J
estate are required t exhibit them to me tor allow
ance within one ear after th date of said letters or
they may be precluded from any benefit of lucft es
tate", and if such claim be not exeibited within- twe
ears from the time of the publication of this notice
they will be forever barred,
J0H" W. AND II. S. DOTJSON
The largest and finest line o
Christmas goods ever displayed
iu Kirksville is now on exhibition
at Fout & McChesneys.
Font & McChesuey are deter
mined to merit the holiday trade,
and have put on exhibition a
beautiful display at prices within
the reach of all.
GREAT CLOSING SALE
Till January 1st, IS97, of onr
eutiic Big Stock of Dry
Clothiug, Boots, Shoes,
Cloaks, Blankets, Diess
Goous,
Capes,
Goods,
and everything else. Out Stock is
too huge Gooda must be sold
Prices regardless of cose Now is
the time to save mouey at
"Pickler'k Famous.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take laxative Bromo Quinine tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money, if it fails to cure. 25c For
sale by B. F. Henry.
A positive guarantee to cure or
money .refunded will be found
with each 81.00 bsx or bottle of
Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure or
Pastilles manufactured after tkis
date. "Wakd & Finley.
School Report.
"WASTED Faithful ees or
women to travel for responsible
established house in Missouri.
Salary 780 and ex-ienses. Posi
tion permanent. References. Eu
close self addressed stamped en
velope. The National, Star lu-
surance Bldg., Chicago, 111.
HOUSE IN KIRKSVILLE
WANTED Faithful men or
"women to travel for responsible
established house in Missouri.
Salary 8780 and expenses. Posi-(
tion permanent. Reference. En-
close self-addresBed stamped en-!
-veloped. The National, Star In
surance Bldg., Chicago, 111.
For Rent Two nicely furnish-
pfl rnnms. sinrrln nr dnnhlfi. with
or without board, convenient to
square. Inquire at Graphic,
0ffice
x ,,,., v , J
All persons indebted to Eckert,
& Son by note and account are re
quested to settle aud save costs.
Dress flaking:.
Miss OHie Combs has opened a
dress making establishment at tne
residence of Mrs. Pemberton. Sat
isfaction guaranteed.
Fob Sale A nice residence
property within two blocks of the
square. Inquire at Grapric office.
SPECIAL SALE
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day, Dec. ia, 16, and 17
AT
B. FLAiYJK1A1S
Eveiy yard of Press Goors,
Sii.ks. Velvets, Tuimlvgk and
Linings, also our full and very
I'omplett line of Ladies Capes smd
Jackets will bj sold at exact
Wholesale price for 3 days only.
Ho Fake Sale, we mean solid
business and the marvelous low
price will soon convince you.
IteBpcctfolly Tours,
B. F. Lamkin.
"W. H. Smith the east side
DRUGGIST FOR TOYS AND HOLI
DAY Goods.
The Gieseke Boots
l3t in the land; formerly sold
Doueghy, now for sale by
Reliable Shoe Co.,
South Side Square.
The Grandest Remedy
Mr. R. B. Greeve, merchant of
ChiUiowie, "Va., certifies that ht:
had consumption, whs given up to
die, aonght all medical treatment
that money could procure, tried
all cough remedies he could hear
t of, but got no relief; spent many
nights sitting op In a chair; was
induced to try Dr. King's New
Disco very, and was cured by the
use of two bottle:?. For past three
years has been a tending to busi
ness, and says Dr. King's New
Discovery is the g raadest remedy
ever made, as it h:is done to much
for liiin and also ft ir others in his
community. Dr. King's hew Dis
covery is guarante ed for coughs,
colds and conaump tion. It don't
fail. Trial bottle? iree at B. F.
Henry's drug store.
rfnl,;m fr,- ttiu hnliflaxr trAfta
at Font & McChenneys.
Lamps, Lamps, Lamps.
Stanton & Cole have on exhibi:
tion the finest display of fancy
lamps ever shown by any house in
Kirksville. These lamps, were
purchased direct from the factory,
and will be sold at about one?half
the prices usually asked for such
lamps. Their line of glass and
chinaware is also immense, and
thair stock of groceries embraces
everything the purest and freshest
iu th grocery line.
QUINCY ROUTE
DOUBLE DAILY PASSENGER
SERVICE
Travel via the Picturesque Chari-
Hills.
For rates and other information
call on agent or address
John ,M.Saviv Frank W. Evatt
General Manager, GenlPassAjt.
Qulncy, Illinois.
W. H. PHALEN. Asent,
Klrksvllle. Mo
DAILY FAST TRAINS
TO
ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO. PEORIA,
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH, DEN
VER, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS,
MONTANA, NEBRASKA,
COLORADO &. PACIFIC
COAST.
All Principal Eastern &
Western connections made
at Terminals.
Vestibuled Sleepers, Dining Cars
ana free unair cars on
Through Trains.
L. W. Wakeley, G. P. A.,
ST. LOUIS, no.
rd Elliott, Gen. Mgr.,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
O. K. Torrey, T. P. A.,
ST. JOSEPH. HO.
tKLUKS VILLE MAKKETS.
Eggs ,12
Butter 1 10
Feathers 35c
Oats 12c
Say 6.00
Hogs 2.90
Cows and Heifers 2.75
Beeswax 18c
Tallow 3 to 4c
Lard .' 10c
Rye 30c
Wheat No 2 80c
Milk cows and calves 18 to 35
Roosters 2 per lb
Mixed Feed 50c pr hugd
Bran 45c " ."
Shorts G0o " J'
Spring Chickens 4
Turkeys ' ,7
Ducks 6
Geese 3.00 to 4 ,50
Corn 2P
Awarded
Honors World's
DR
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BAKING
POWDER
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder, ftej
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adutUn
40 Years ihe Star ' -
WOHSH'S RELIEF
for monthly pains in the side,
hips, back, neck, shoulders,
head and limbs.
These pains are symptom of
dangerous derangements pecul
iar to -women.
McElree's Wine of Cardui cor
rects these dcr.ingements, cures
Whitesand fallingol the Womb,
relieves Suppressed Menstrua
tion and flooding, quiets the
nerves and brings happiness to
afflicted women.
For Hale by Sedlelne Dalera at
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