Three year old daughter of Marion Bennett & wife died on Monday last. She was buried at O'Bannon Prairie Cemetery.
CS Finley shipped a carload of cattle to Springfield
The wife of Calvin Bloomfield is very low with consumption; not expected to live.
A very sad calamity is reported about five miles east of here. Mr. Kirkendall, a man about 85 years old, burned to death last Thursday night. He was living alone in a house without floor or fireplace and he made his fire in the middle of the house and it caught fire on the above named night. He tried to put it out but his clothing caught fire and burned everything he had on and then he left with blood in every track, for the next house, James Ford's, where he was taken in. He died the next day. It is reported that his flesh was burned to a crisp.
C.S. Finley returned from Texas yesterday where he bought two carloads of Texas horses. He will have them in Buffalo the last of the week.
Mrs. Louisa Randles, the subject of this notice, was the daughter of John & Elizabeth Edmisson. She was born in Dallas County, MO. May 23, 1852 and died in Buffalo same county 7 state, October 2, 1891, after a period of intense suffering for more than twelve months. She was married in the county of her birth to James L. Randles, October 25, 1868 – was the mother of six children, all of whom survive her. (long obit)
Mrs. Rosa Killion, wife of I.C. Killion and daughter of W.S. and Julia A, Rice, departed this life Tuesday October 27, 1891, at about 6:30 pm, after an illness of two days, aged 19years 6 months and 17 days……Rosa has been a sufferer of that dread diseasem phthic, for a number of years. Left a husband and little girl. Buried at New Hope Cemetery (long obit)
Christian Rice was called away from school last week on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. Rosa Killion.
L.E. Hendrix returned home from Indian Territory.
George Rowan has moved to his farm, which he bought from Ed Baker.
George Naselrod has bought W.G. Robertson's farm and will move to Dallas County in the near future.
Starling Nunn will move to the Indian Territory.
Three year old son Jim, of Mr. & Mrs. N.P. Maddux died October 25, 1891 buried in Kirk Cemetery.
Submitted by Cindy Alvarez.
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