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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 11 January 1895

THE K msle y - : ' Time uke thi Demands Strong-Minds, -Great Searls, True Faith and Ready Bands." V-'8- NO l , KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 11, 1895. Bg J. M. LEWIS, JR. ) t IV . V Edwards Dealers in. LUMBER, LIME, LATH, COAL & CEMENT, FOR CASH ONLY, Yard Corner Seventh Street and Harsh Avenue YOU CAN GET ALL KINDS OF H arness& Saddlery Goods, Shelf Hardware. HAY AND STRAW FORKS, TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY WELL BUCKETS, GRINDSTONES, ETC., AT G. E. RUMMELLS YOYR TRADE SOLICITED. THE KINSLEY BANK, DIRECTORS; B. E. Edwards, E. A. Noble, p. B. IIine. a. M. Merktman, II. o. Beal, E. T. Bidwell Fislier &o Sprague ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR FARM-IMPLEMENTS BAIN WAGGKS HCCGE HEADERS, SEEKING BINDERS & MOWERS. ALL- KlfcDS OF MACHINE OILS, ETC., ETC, SCHNATTERLY'S MERCANTILE HOUSE. GROCERIES," HARDWARE, QUEENS WAKE, GLASSWARE, NOTIONS, SALT, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, CARTRIDGES, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. yCash and Produce tafcen in exchange for Merchandise. SCHNATTERLY'S MERCANTILE HO...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 11 January 1895

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Gov. ZjQwelling'a Communication to the Legislature. A General Review of Stat Affairs The Fee Grabbing- Evil and the Remedy TJie Uqaor Question and Other Matters lMscossed. Topkka, Kan., Jan. 9. Gov. Lewel ling sent his message to the legislature to-day. After saying that "the consti tutional requirement that the governor shall, at the commencement of every session of the legislature, communi cate in writing such information as he may possess in reference to the condi tion of the state, and recommend such measures as he may deem expedient," he goes on: " State Affairs. "Before the close of this session of the legislature, March 15, 1895, $30,500 of state bonds issued in 1875 to pay the expenses of repelling' an Indian inva sion will mature. They are held by the permanent school fund. Public improvement bonds, to the amount of 3570,000, issued, in 1866, will mature July 1, 1898 before a tax levied by the pres ent legislature for their payment can be collected under...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 11 January 1895

chief clerk of the Dunsmore house for contempt. The effort to make this ar est led to a brief scuffle on Kansas avenue, Topeka, that afternoon, but which was of a trivial character. "The police commissioners and the police force of Topeka were republic ans, the sheriff of the county was a re publican, all the peace officers of the city and county were republicans, and even supposing . the Douglass house to have been the most legal body imaginable, it was bound, if as Bailed, to appeal to these local conservators of the peace. Instead, as its own journal shows, the Douglass house, that very evening, recruited and organized a military body of soma 040 men, and put them under the di rection of a "commander-in-chief." Thus, supposing it to have been be yond doubt the actual and en tire legislature, the Douglass house usurped a power which the constitu tion vests exclusively in the execu tive and which no legislative body can lawfully exercise. The rumor that such an irresponsible mob wa...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 11 January 1895

American bouse. The merchants are ajl yery Imsy--invoicing. D. M. Lewis started tor-- Florida Tuesday morning. Mr. Beezley roturued from Ibe ast 7edne$dy eight. Wben you atteud pourt put up at the American bouse. The Misses Noble entertained tbe whist club Thursday evening. Harry Iliggins is wearing, a new bicycle. A j3ut from bis brother Lester. Miss Carrie Abels arrived iu tne eity - Wednesday and is staying at Mrs. Hebron's. - Americau house during court week. is headquarters Geo. Trotter is doing repair work in Mrs. Cox' hop. AH work first class Call a-jd see him, Charlie Tuttle stalled for Arkansas, Tuesday evening, with a car load ot horses and mules. Hutchinson parties recently bodght a car loud of horses of the Well's bro lhera of this city. Prank Speigle has about completed - the movincr of bis stock of goods to Jtue uoitb side of the street. Father Disselcamp will preach in Kinsley at the Roman Catholic church SSaturdasy January 26th. at 10 a. ut. Chalk. Reason ind wife, o...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 18 January 1895

THE KINSLEY G-BAPHIC 'A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." Vol. is. NO. 10 KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY. KANSAS r x mft a tv iq ion ... : T """ " .. Edwards Dealers in LUMBER, LIME, LATH, COAL & CEMENT, FOR 0ASII ONLY, Vard Corner Seventh Street and Marsh Avenne. YOU CAN GET arness & Saddlery Goods; Shelf Hardware. II AT AND STRAW FORKS, TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY WELL BUCKETS, GRINDSTONES, ETC., AT G. E. RUMMELLS TOrR TRADE SOLICITED. THE KINSLEY BANK, tt. E. Edwauds, E. A. Noble, F. B. Hine. a. tl. Meuuyman, li. o. Beat., E. T. Bidwell Fisher fe Sprague ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR FARM- MFUMENTS DIfUVAGCNS HCEGE HEADERS, CEERiKG BINDERS & LOWERS. ALL KIinDS OF MACHINE OILS, ETC., ETC, SCIINATTERLY'S MERCANTILE HOUSE. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUE ENS V A KE, GLASSWARE, NOTIONS, SALT, FAINTS, OILS, GLASS, CARTRIDGES, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. gOsh and Produce taken in cshii?p for Mrha nd.se. SCIINATTERLY'S MERCANTILE HOUSE. D7HA alTE Is the Anarchists...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 18 January 1895

HIS MESSAGE. The New Governor of Kansas Gives His Views on State Matters. PERMANENT SCHOOL FUND. Foreign Market Constitutional Con-ren-tion JuOlc'l Districts Taxation In araiu Irrigation Text-nook State Institution Etc., Etc Topkka, Kan., Jan.' 15. Gov. Morrill Kent his message to the Kansas legisla ture to-day, which is as follows: To the Senate an J Houao of Representatives ot the Stitc of Kansas: I think It may not be deemed Inappropriate . to say to you that while I appreciate the high honor conferred upon me by the people of Kansas in selecting me as the chief executive of the state for the coming two years, I am not unmindful of the grave responsibilities that will devolve upon mo, and I should hardly have courages to undertake them did I not feel that In every honest effort I may make to give to the people of the state good government I shall have your hearty and undivided support. A third of a century has passed since Kansas was admitted into tbe union, and you meet in this ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 18 January 1895

A PEOULIAR CASE. Physicians Puzzled by the Experi ence of Mrs. Bowen. Th Episcopal Hocpltml Said Sha Had Consumption. From th Record, PhiXadtlphla, Pa.) Last July the Episcopal hospital admitted ft woman whoso pale and emaciated face and racking cough, proclaimed ber the vic tim of consumption. 6 lie gave her name as Mrs. Sallie . Bowen, wife of Wm. O. Bowen, residence, 184'J Meighan St., Phila delphia. The case was diagnosed and she was told plainly that sbo was in an ad vanced stage of consumption. The examin ing physician even showed her the sunken place in her breast where ' the cavity in her lung was supposed to exist. She went home to her family a broken, disheartened woman with death staring ber in the face. That was tiie beginning of the story, the end was told by Mrs. Bowen, who no longer expects to die, to a reporter who visited her home. "The first symptoms of consumption came In the form of terrible sweats, both night and day. From April until September I was constantly ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 18 January 1895

PJCBT PESCIL1NQ8. L G. Boies is laid up with Tlienma !tism. ' - The commissioners prowertings wiH appear in full in our next issue. Frank Lippoldt doei not raenn to let the family mime die out. Court wHl be adjourned from the 22nd to the 5tli of February. Mrs. Shtrmnn Peters has returned, ller husband will soon MIowv It is reported that Fred Edmonds is Presiding on a farm near Enid. - Mr. Frost, of Fellsburg, is acting as deputy county clerk .at present. Fred Hanson writes to friends here that his father died the last d;iy of the year. Fine iocket and table cutlery at Marsh & Bid well's. F. I. Small and wife are 111 Topeka, and will probably not return for about ten days. Beeler shipped a car load of cattle and hogs to the Kansas City market this week. "Will Shaw came up from Florence Wednesday, on account of the sick ness of his parents. Ed Boies is not sick, lias not been sick, and is having a good time in Pitts burg, Pennsylvania. D. L. Heath goes to Topeka this evening to at...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 25 January 1895

THE (GrliAFHKC A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands. Vol. 18. NQ. 12 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 25, 1895. By J. M. LEWIS, JP. KINSLEY Ed.wa.rcls Dealers In LUMBER, LIME, LATH, COAL & CEMENT, . FOR CASH ONLY, Yard Corner Seventh Street and faxnh Avptiiia. 1 YOU CAN GET ALL KINDS OF H arness& Saddlery Goods, Shelf Hardware. HAY AND STRAW FORKS, TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY WELL BUCKETS, GRINDSTONES, ETC., AT G. E. RU MM ELLS YOVR TRADE SOLICITED. THE KINSLEY BANK, B. E. Edwakds, E. A. Noble, F. 13. Hine. a. Id. Merkyman, II. O. Beal, E. T. Bxdm'eli, ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR r- FARM FLEMENTS BAIN VAGCHS KCECE HEADERS, GEERIKG BINDERS & LOWERS. ALL KIjnDS OF MACHINE OILS, ETC., ETC, SCHN ATTERLY'S MERCANTILE HOUSE. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, NOTIONS, SALT, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, CARTRIDGES, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. 67Cash and Produce taken in exchange for Merchandise. SCHNATTERLY'S MERCANTILE HOUSE. BVC3AB9IT Is the A...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 25 January 1895

THE KINSliE Y GRAPHIC. J. M. LEWIS Jr., Editor. KINSLEY, .... KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Ax official report S3ys that the sup ply of natural jas in Indiana will be exhausted in four years. The legislatures of the varions states will soon bo asked to adopt a bill pro viding1 for the caring' for homeless chil dren. Last year was a bevd one for most American railways, but the Missouri, Kansas & Texs road was not in the list, the lir.a's receipts being nearly 5200,000 larger last year than in 1S93. Tite election of M. Faure as presi dent of the republic of France was well received by the moderate press but was violently criticised by the radicals and socialist newspapers of that oountrv. Is the United States circuit court at Philadelphia the other day fifty-three foreigners applied for naturalization, and twenty-eight of them were reject ed on account of ignorance and other forms of unfitness for citizenship. John Flaxigax, of Kilmallock, the champion weight thrower of Ireland, offer?...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 25 January 1895

Jfi&ANY DY LAPT. UlARlfS I1NG. USA. Copyrieht. 1891. by J. B. Lipplnbott Co. J CHAPTER IV.CoNnJOTM). "Where was it taken? he asked," rather abruptly, feeling that he must say something'. "Mr. Thornton says an itinerant artist drove out from town and met them at the first camp and took quite a number and some groups. He had two of them taken just like this, to send home, and dropped the odd ono in here, saying' it was a philoposna and a bribe." "Bribe? For what?" demanded Mor gan. "Why should he bribe my little girl?" VOh, there was no need," she laughed, blithely. "lie they all, he said, wanted something your Connie was only too glad to get and give. 2fow you must read it and see for yourself, papa." But he would not. He was ashamed of the fear that for a moment had possessed him, that she had consented to a corre spondence with Thornton without ask ing her father's counsel she, his little " Connie, his first-born. True, she was older at fifteen than many town-bred girls at twen...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 25 January 1895

pbpt PEjerciLiiffas. B. F. Tataiu brought "in two car loads ot steers Sunday. Some of our enterprising farmers jsrere plowing this week. Ed. Johnson killed three coyotes near Hew Copp's last Tuesday. , Please remember that the Graphic Js only one dollar a year. Pawnee county pays three cents for rabbit scalps, till March 10th. It. G. Roberts kindly remembered us this week with a one dollar bill. Died Early this morning, the in fant child of Abe and Mabel Hampton .Al Ott, the genial baggage smasher for the Santa Fe has gone home sick. Misses Florence and Clara McMich. ael returned to Dodge last Saturday. Spiegle is selling goods away down. judge Beezley returned from Topeka -Tuesday night and held court the fol lowing day. The Santa Fe icehouse at this place is being filled to-day with snSHv, ice jtnd Lad language. B. E. Edwards and F." I. Boies shipped a car load of hogs to Kansas City Wednesay. wm. Dawes, of Lewis, came in town lyeduesday and placed himself under the care of a phys...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 1 February 1895

K - MLEY (LIMAPHIC. 9U A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands.1 Vol. 18. NO. 12 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 1, 1895. rV. I kJ f , 1,10 m OU J. (VI. lCWIO. Jt 1 w W i ' s ' : tx 7. Edwards Dealers LUMBER, LIME, LATH, COAL & CEMENT, FOR CASH ONLY, Yard G Seventh Street and MartA Avenue. YOU CAN GET ALL KINDS OF Harness & Saddlery Goods, Shelf Hardware. , HAY. AND STRAW FORKS, TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY WELL BUCKETS, GRINDSTONES, ETC., AT G. E. RU MM ELLS YOYR TRADE SOLICITED. THE KINSLEY BANK, DIRECTORS i JL E. Edwabds, E. A. Noble, F. B. Hine. a. M. Mkkryman, II. O. Beal, . E. T. Bidwell Fisher 5fc pragiae ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR FARM IMPLEMENTS B&1N WAGONS HODGE HEADERS, DEERING BINDERS & MOWERS. ALL K1DS OF MACHINE OILS, ETC., ETC, SCHNATTERLY'S MERCANTILE HOUSE. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENS WAKE, GLASSWARE, NOTIONS, SALT, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, CARTRIDGES, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. yCr'i and Produce taken in exchange for Merc...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 1 February 1895

THE KlffSLE Y GRAPHIC. J. M. LEWIS Jr., Editor. KINSLEY, r KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Mas8Aciiv3Ktts wiped out more than 812,000,000 ot its public debt last year. Tux amount of capital interested in wool at Boston is not less than 850, 000,000. Tub federal tax collections on play ing cards for the first six months of the new law ag-grcjpite $261,798. The Chicago civic federation reports tht there are 00,000 victims of the opi'iEi habit in that city ;rid 100 places where opium is smoked. A bill has been introduced into the West Virginia house of delegates pro viding for eh ctrocution as the means of capital. punishment instead of hang inr. Thk annunl report of the New Hamp shire state board of agriculture, soon to be issue'!, will state that during the year there were 750 abandoned farms reported, as against 134 when the work of ascertaining their number was be gun Vy the board in 1SS9. Thk country's net exports of gold in 1894 amounted to a little over 881,000, 000. This was the heavi...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 1 February 1895

r. Charles King. USA Cepyrlght. by J. B. Llppincott Co. f CHAPTER VX It was one o'clock that afternoon be fore the sheriff reached the post. Butteville, the thriving county seat, lay just five miles away to the south west, and a hard prairie road connected It with the post. As a distributing point to the mines and a market for the ranchmen the growing town had shot rapidly into importance. Two banks, both reliable, two hotels, well patronized, and shops and stores in good number, were barely able to sup ply the demands. Dozens of bustling men breakfasted every morning at the big eating-house of the railway com pany, where the west-bound express was supposed to find ample sustenance for its passengers before pushing on for the long day's run through the mountains. The sheriff and the cor oner, as was the case in most frontier cities of the day, were by long odds the hardest-worked officials, and just now the sheriff was fairly used up. The first intimation nf nnvtliirnr wrnn rr pact ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 1 February 1895

pew FKKCiturgi. - Court February 5th. C. Cr'Cormask is Jq Torek tjis week. - '.. . J. J. Wright is at iiom-eani will W. "W. Miller was ou our streets Thursday. . - . Mrs. Merry man entertained UUe whist club last yeefc. The irrigating station is still station aryowing to a broken casting.' Spiegle is selling goods away down. Call for information about he Pan American Capon investment Com pay. ,yman Miller and W. li Gloyd are .on their way home from Texas, .Some of our ladies think JSmart is running a uatatoriym instead of a skating rink. , v K Snmrt ia-talkinff about ovsters .nd skates. The combination would work fine. Aithur Crorham has been in town sever&I days late, having arrived last Sunday. .. .. Home made sausage and mince meat. yJaon.7. jGeorge Sultz returned from Pueblo Colorado "Tuesday; he will probably stay some time. ' Bev, Tomllnson was in Wendel the early part of the week, assisting in the revival at that place. Bev. 8. E. liuaMr will preach, a special Bermou to y...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 8 February 1895

I ME G-RAP Time Zi&e this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands.' Vol. 18. NO. 12 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUJSTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 8, "1895. By J. M. LEWIS, JR (U. Edwards &o Erwin, Dealers in LUMBER, LIME, LATH, COAL & CEMENT, FOX CASH ONLY, Ywd Cornr Seventh Street and Marsh Avenue. YOU CAN GET Harness & Saddlery Goods, Shelf Hardware. DAT AND STRAW FORKS, TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY WELL BUCKETS, GRINDSTONES, ETC,, AT G. E. RUMMELLS YOTR TRADE SOLICITED. THE KINSLEY BANK, DIRECTORS R. E. Edwards, E. A. Noble, F. B. IIine, a. M. Merryman, II. O. Beat., E. T. Bidweli, Fisher & Spragiae ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR FARM- IMPLEMENTS BAIN WAGONS HCCGE HEADERS, DEERING BINDERS & MOVERS. ALL KIjnDS OF MACHINE OILS, ETC., ETC,. SCHNATTERLY'S MERCANTILE HOUSE. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENS WA UE, GLASSWARE, NOTIONS, SALT, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, CARTRIDGES, 1 BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. yCnli and Produce taken in exchange for Merchandise. SCHNATTERLY'S MERCANTILE HOUSE. ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 8 February 1895

OTJ who capture hearts In pie ity. Golden-haired and ray. You will net tome ten or twenty Valentines to-day. Koch ono with its message tender Owning absolute surrender Cr the true h'jart of the sender: Such Is Oupld'a way. You will find mj own confession in among the rest. It is every man's Impression That yon love him best. So. liko nine or nineteen others Of my sentimental brothers, I am one who vainly smothers lovo within his breast. But I know you, little flirt you I Hope Inufed, I've nonel Tlint's the yv.ry vine of virtue I- rozett jy your fua Every l'.ie of love you'll parry. tf th'.6e twenty men who tarry, IV t last, go off and marry Number twenty-one! Felix Carmen, in Life. (LESAR was a clerk in a retail dry goods store. It is difficult to imagine that a n individual bearing so his toric a baptis m a 1 name should be d e- terecd by fate to wear It in the common place atmosphere of a mercantile life, but thus it was. . To behold Mr. Todd on a Sunday afternoon, or on some even...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 8 February 1895

KANSAS JAT NEW& J' The geed Belief BllL . . The seed graiil bill passed by the legis lature appropriates $100,000 for the pur chase -t seed grain for destitute farm ia id the Sixth and .Seventh congTe sional districts. The seed is to be par chased by the state board of railroad commissioners and apportioned among' the counties according1 to population. The commissioners of each county shall thereupon- forthwith transmit td the railroad commissioners the county . warrant of their respective counties payable to the treasurer of the state for the amount of such apportionment, which warrant shall have priority over all outstanding' warrants and shall ma ture February 1, 1S96. The county commissioners shall make requisition for seed grain and furnish it to those requiring it, not to exceed $20 to any one head of a family, each applicant receiving seed to execute an obligation to pay for the same on or before No vember 1, 1895, which shall be filed with the register of deeds and becom...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 8 February 1895

Two runaways Monday bat not much damage. Uev. S. E. Busser preacbed ia Lewis last Sunday. Hie family of M. Schou has returned from Lamed. Judge Vandivert and family returned Saturday night. Miss Hannah Slohr from Elliuwood. lias returned B. F. 'Milton, of Dodge City, was attending court Wednesday. Spiegle is selling goods away down B. F. Tatum is moving bis cattle Bhed from town to bis summer range. The report from Jackson that Jack Wright has a new buggy is incorrect C. S. Eckert lias accepted employ meut in office of the l'ilkr and Toiler. Home made sausage and mince meat. L. Wilson. -; The recent cold wave lias been quite seueral all over the Southern and central states. A Pan-Americau certificate costs you $5.' - Each certificate carries ume cou pons of $50 each. D. B. Wolcott, of Garfield, made us a pleasant visit last Saturday, return, ing to Garneld Sunday. Mrs. T. A. Scales and son, of Lib eral, are visiting Mrs. Merrymau and Will remaiu two weeks. AH Santa Fe freight trains...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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