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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 2 October 1896

r l2 'Ctf 2Ym Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." Vol 19. MO 42 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER. 2. 1896. By J. Nd. LEWis i . -i ..ii , . . county officers;' 'ttmtltlW. Vandlvert JudrelStk District -J. J. Wrlirbt ..HepreceoutiTe A. F.Adertaold ...,. .Clerk D. L. Heath 4. . .Sheriff .C.Syer , ....County Attorney ' B. Q, Clark : Treasurer T H. Bran.. Heglvtnr of Deed C. M. Boettcher........ District Clerk H. J. Noble ......Superintendent J. JS. Win. ,. Probate Judge X. P. Shepara., Surveyor O. M. deacot Coroner OOMMIBSIONCB8. J Q HoenbauRh.. -Samuel Andrews.. K. K. Smart .First Dittrlet .Second " .Third 'OUR. NATIONAL TICKET. , . For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. of Nebraska. For Vice President. THOMAS E. WATSON. '. " of Georgia. . Ton shall not' press upon thebrow 'of labor, this crown of thorns. You 'shall not crucify mankind upon this . 'cross of gold. William J. Bryan. For Presidential Elector. Morris Cliggilt. Pittsburg Albert Perry. . .Troy G...

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. — 2 October 1896

KINSLEY GRAPHIC telNSLEY, 1.1 SAW ftnptv a a a r kt States spent 20,000,000. for chewing gum. . . The Denver? Col., Trades and Labor assembly has decided to send four of its members into the middle states to -work for silver ia the labor unions. r.Dn, Lewis Swift, of the Mount Lowe observatory, a( Pasadena, CaL, has dis covered two new comets elose together, ' both being about one degree from the sun. .. The September report of the, depart xpent of agriculture at Washington makes .the number of young hogs Id the country for fattening seven per cent, smaller than last year. c Gov. Hastings, of Pennsylvania re cently pardoned John Bardsley, who misappropriated over 8500,000 of city and state funds while city treasurer oi Philadelphia. The governor gave no reason for his action. E. J. Mattbon, a clerk in a hotel in Minneapolis, Minn., died about five minutes before a telegram reached the hotel announcing that his - uncle in New York had died and left a fortune of upwards of SI, 500, 00...

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. — 2 October 1896

COPntlCRT. 1894. BY Bret Harte. PAST I. CHATTER L Coxtixued. ' Thoroughly alarmed at her threats. In his efforts to conceal his feelings he vas not above a weak retaliation. Stepping: back he affected to regard her with a critical admiration that was only half simulated, and said, with a . 'smile: ."Very well done but you have forgotten the flag"." She did not flinch. Rather accepting the sarcasm as a trib ute to her art she went on with increas- "No, it is you who have forgotten the flag- forgotten your country, your people,' your manhood everything for that high-toned, double-dyed old spy and traitress I For while you'arestand- 1 ing .here your wife; Is gathering under , her roof at 'Bobles a gang of spies and traitors, like '.herself secession leaders and their bloated, drunken 'chivalry. . "Yes! You may smile your superior . emile, but I tell you, Clarence Brant, that with all' your smartness and book learning you know no more of what goes on around you than a child. But others ...

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. — 2 October 1896

a. THE GRAPHIC. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER 'Subscription . , .$1.00 Per Year Entere at tbe postofflce in the olty of rAatluj as teooaa-ciaai otrt miner. FRIDAY, . October, 2, 1896. TIME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R. In fleet on and attar Mar.'. 1IM. WB8TB0U2ID. .Denver 4. Ho Utali 6 Msx.ftCali 1 Xan.aTex. 7 irsiifbt ...I 45 LvChleagn; 8:00 10:28 p. to. p.1 via Ml Lv Kinsley :6o p S.6S am 2:25 pm : p m lvKlcsley p m 1:40 am 1:40 p. m. ar lx)(r :15pm A1TBOC2ID. K.C. 4 I Chg'r Exp Uv Klasleyjar K. C. 7:Wm l:UUpm 7:83 ami arChio'g-o h:9 a m HUTCHINSON KINSLEY Short Line, WKSTBOBND. "Wo" Mx. Cal locmMtn1 Lv K. C. jlv Hutch larKlusl'y g:S6 p m 10.40 p ml 1:40 am I 8:06 a m' 1 :40 p m SABTBOUKD. AtTaiitlo ft K. r. Kip Aoo'mdta', lv Kinsley 8::rt p m 3:00 p m Ar K.C. 7:00 a Ui r Hutch arChlc'?o 1U:J0 pm 7:50 p m Wo's l. 7341. ft at, and S. rla the "cut off". . fco's and 8342, wake close connection at Jurton wltn the "Friaoo ". No's 7841, 813. do not run Sunday?. v will cheerfully f Urninh Infor...

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. — 9 October 1896

KINSLEY G-EA.F (D. 4 A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands.' Vol 19. NO 44 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. OCTOBER. 9. 1896 By J.. 'M' LEWIS, Jti ; COUNT! OFFICERS. Samuel W. Vaodlvert. J.J. Wrlg-bt A. f.Adernold O. L. Heath .Judge lth District Uepreseat stive Clerk Sheriff C.Dre ...County Attorney O. Clerk H. Evans M. Boettcfcer.. . J. Noble...... E. Wire........ P. 8kepard.,..' M".4eeaft. Trensurer . . Register f Deeds .. .. ..District Clerk Superintendent Probate Judge .' Surveyor Coroner COMMISSIONERS. J a ftoeobaufrh...: SaniiMi Andrews . JC Smart ...First District .;. Second " ...laird OUR RATIONAL TICKET. '. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. ; of Nebraska. .For Vice President. . THOMAS E. WATSON. of Georgia. You shall not press upon the brow of labor, this crown of thorns. You hall not crucify mankind upon this cross of gold. Wiiliam j. Bryan. For Presidential Electors. : Morris Clig-gitt. ...... Albert Perry ii. T. Pitts Sidney Hayde...

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. — 9 October 1896

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KANSAS . CURRENT COMMENT. Cobs is being shipped from Mobile, Ala, in hig quantities, owing to a fam ine in tbe two Mexican provinces upon which Mexico depends for its supply. A big syndicate, composed of New , York and Chicago men, is looking for a location in Washington to put up a they say "the most magnificent hotel in America." Ministers of all denominations crowded the parlors of the Y. M. C. A. hall at New York on the 28th in re sponse to a call haying for its object tbe evangelization of Greater New York." Alexander Inwood died recently at llartford. Conn. lie was -a -strange man. lie predicted the time of his a death months ago and the end came Just 48 hoars after the time named by him. lie kept his coffin by his bedside. Francis Pellant,"" a resident of Marinette, Wis., recently died at the age of 83 years. He probably left more progeny than any other man in the state of .Wisconsin, lie was grand father to 115 children and the parent of 15. A design has bee...

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. — 9 October 1896

n copvricht. 1894. by Bret Harte. PART I. CHAPTER ILCoxTixrED. Passing1 out of the stable yard he rec ognized the Missourian's voice in whis pered conversation with the proprietor, but the two men withdrew into the shadow us he approached. An ill-defined uneasiness came over him; he knew the proprietorr who also seemed to know the Missourian, and this evident avoidance of him was sig nificant. Perhaps his reputation as a doubtful unionist had preceded him, but this would hot account for. their conduct' in a district so strongly. south ern in sympathy as Fair Plains. . .More impressed by the occurrence .than he cared to admit, when at last, after some delay, he had secured his horsei and was once more in the saddle, he kept a sharp lookout for his quon- dam companion. , But here another circumstance add ed, to his suspicions; there was a main road leading to Santa Inez, the next town, and the rahcho, and this Clarence had purposely taken in order to watch the Missourian but there was...

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. — 9 October 1896

THE GRAPHIC. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Subscription. , .$1.00 Per Year fntered at the pooffle In fee lty lUllr U MOOl44lU BU MttM. : FRIDAY", Octobar, 9, 1896. TIME TABLE. A. T. It S. F. B. R, la eSectoo and after Mar, t, IN. WX8TSOBMD. beaver-4 Ctah Hex. Oal Kaa.eTe.x, Freight . .. LvChlcaftvLv. K. C. IvKloaley :00 p. m t.S6 am 2 pm p m 1:40 am 10:28 p. m. via Ail Lv KlDniey X:66 p. m. :20 pm 1:40 d. er Dodge :1S p m K.C. Cbt'o Exp Freight.. It Kloiley ar K. C.larChlo'ffo 7:65 am :ugpm : am 7:83 ami - r HUTCHINSON & KINSLEY Short 14 no. . ? WaSTBOCMD. lv hutohiarKlnal'y 10.40pm 1:40 am 8:06 am' 1:40 p m Ilex. C&J 2:u p m cc'm'dt'o BASTBOUHD, Atlantic A It Kinsley Ar K.C.! arChlc'vo 10:30 pm 7:M p m N. x. Kid 3 I 8:3A pm 7:00 a ui Aec'mdtn'.l 9431 -M pin ar Hutch &o'a 1. 7341. t 34. and 2. via the "out off No'i aud 8342, make elose connection at Burton with the "FriJoo". - wo a 7 841.8 ao not run ounaavp. - e will cheerfully furnlah Information in regard to rmee. tickets, th...

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. — 16 October 1896

G-BAJP H 'A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Beady Hands." Vol 19. NO 45 KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. OCTOBER. 16 J896. By J. M.. LEWIS; J R KIN&LE Y Hie COUNTY OFFICERS. ItoiMlV. VandJrert J.J. Wrlrtt A.. F.Adernold . D. L. Hemth A. C.Dyer. a. O. Clark.. v T H. Evans C, M. Boettchrr. H. J. Noble J. E. Wire K. P. Sbepard.. G.M.2eacat . Judre 16tn District Representative Clerk Sheriff ...County Attorney Treasurer . .Reglcter of Deed jjiatrtct uiera Superintendent . ....Probate Judge Surveyor Coroner COHMlSfllOHEBB. .J Q Koenbautrh . First District jMtoiuel Andrew becond. " K. K. Smart 'Ihlrd OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. - of Nebraska. For Vice President. THOMAS E. WATSON. of Georgia. You shall not press upon the brow of labor, this' crown of thorns. You shall not crucify mankind upon this cross of gold. William J. Bryan. For Presidential Electors. Morris Cliggitt.'. Pittsburg 'Albert Perry .Troy G.' T. Pitts . Wellingt...

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. — 16 October 1896

KINSLEY GRAPHIC fclNSLEY, t KARBtAt CURRENT COMMENT. A Fheitch scientist declares that the "earth is gradually growing colder. The 1896 world's crop of wheat is es timated at 2,381,080,000 bushels, or about 88,000,000 bushels less than last year and 181,060,000 bushels less than 1894. ' The St Louis Republic says: "The bieyle built for 25 opens indefinite pos sibilities for the future. We may yet have a train propelled by its passen gers at a swifter rate than the stean? locomotive can attain." A potter at Rock Island, I1L, ha succeeded in making a jug measuring over five feet in height and nearly three feet in diameter. It is without a flaw and is said to be the largest jug evei turned out. It will hold 116 gallons. Dubixg an illness from an abscess on the brain, caused by a blow received when a child and -which terminated fatally, William McAllister, a 16-year-old boy living . in Washington, grew ten inches in height in the four weeks he was sick. A dispatch recently received at B...

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. — 16 October 1896

copvric'it. 189. by Bret Harte. PART I. CHAPTER II. Continued. . His wife, who had risen from her chair at the end of the balcony, was al- ' ready moving toward the table. With a quick movement he seized her wrist ' and threw her back into the chair again. A cry broke from her lips as she rec ognized him, but still holding her wrist he stepped quickly between her and the astonished crowd. There was a moment of silence, then the cry of "Spy" and "Seize him" rose ;uickly, but above all the voice and figure of the Missourian was heard commanding them to . stand back. Turning to Clarence, he said, quickly: " "I should know your face, sir. Who are you?" . "The husband of this woman and the master of this house," said Clarence, as nninL-lr hut In n. voicf he hardlv recos'- nized as his own.' "Stand aside from her, then, unless you are hoping that her danger may protect you," said the Kentuckian, sig nificantly drawing his revolver. But Mrs. Brant sprang suddenly to her feet beside Clarenc...

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. — 16 October 1896

OFFICIAL. COUNTY PAPEJl .Subscription . .$1.00 Per Year Filtered at the po9tfHue In the oity Kinsley aa scondclass mail matter. ' FRIDAY, Cctober, 16, 1898. .TIME TABLE. A. T. & F. R. It. in eOect on and alter May, 1. 189. WKSTBOtTKD. Denver A No Lrt hlcagro Lv. K. C. IrKltaley Utah ..... 5 f:00't.ni. 63 a m 1:2T pm Mex.tCal. 1 10:28 p. in. 2 :2& pm 1:40 no Kan.aTex. 7 via l (jra l:W p. m. Vriht... 43 LrKlmiiey ' ar Dodge ' g:65 p. m. 1 6:13 p in EAST BOUND. K. O. iv Kinsley;ar K. C arChic'gt) 1iff'oBxpl 6 7:5 a id! :00 p m V:43 a in Freight.. .1 7:33 ain HUTCHINSON & KINSLEY-Sbort Line. WESTBOUND. l.v K Iv Hutub.arKlual'y Hex. Cat. Acc'in'dt'n 2:55 p iu 10.40 pin 1:40 a I 8:06 a in' 1:40 p Ml p in EAST BOUND.' Atlanilo A II v Kinsley I Ar K. Clai-Chlc'tro N.Y-Kxp2 8:2fi pin 7:H0 a in ID:! p m i,cc'in1tn,. 3:00 y n;nr Hutch' :;')) p m """No's 1. 7341, H 34, and 2. via the "cut off", . No's a nil J a 32. make close connection at Burton with the "Frisco". Ko's 7 341.-h 312...

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. — 23 October 1896

THE .KIR BY1 UllAF 'A Time like this Demands Strong ".Minds :i Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands. Vol 19. NO 46 COUNTY OFFICERS. Samuel W. Vandivert Judge 16th District J.J. Wright Representative A. F.Aderbold ......Clerk D. It. Heath v Sheriff A. C.Dyer. County Attorney 8. G. Clark Trewsurer T H.Evans Refriftrr of Deeds C. M. Uoeitchrr. District Clerk H. J. Noble ....Superintendent J. E. Wire Probate J udae B. P. Shepard Surveyor Q, If. deacat Coroner COMMlBfltollCRfl. J G itoenbaua-h First District Samuel Andrews Second " K. K. Smart Third " OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. of Nebraska. " For Vice President. THOMAS E. WATSON. of Georgia. You shall not press upon the brow of labor, this crown of thorns. You shall not crucify mankind upon this cross of gold. Wiilia.ni J. Bryan. For Presidential Electors. Morris Cliggitt Pittsburg Albert Perry. .... ......... .Troy G. T. Pitts .Wellington Sidney Haydeu Holton J. R. Goshorn .Iola WVII. Linton. . Cherry vale...

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. — 23 October 1896

KINSLEY GRAPHIC felNSLEY, KAH8A1 CURRENT COMMENT. Etebt seventh person of all the men. women and children in Great Britair is a depositor in the post office saving.' bank. John Tcbnbr, the English anarchist, and Louise Michel, the French anarch ist, have dec-Jed to lecture in the ' United States. Reports from the west of Ireland stated that the crops had been ruined by floods and rain and everything threatened a famine in the winter. Oxe pood result of the English occu pation of Egypt is the prompt stamp ing out of cholera epidemics. This is accomplished by the use of uncontami nated water and the isolation of the sick and the dead. Ub. axi Mks. Henry Epkra, of Na buet, N". Y., have lived under the same roof for 20' years without speaking to each other. The 50th anniversary of their marriage will occur this month, but there will be no golden wedding. A recent dispatch to the London Times from Simla, India, stated that European and American grain dealers could place wheat at Cawnpore...

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. — 23 October 1896

COPYBICHT. iSo. CY Bret Haute. . PART I. CIIAi'ilili III. CoNTrrrro Struck only by the wild extrava gance of her speech and temper, Clar ence did not know that when women are most illogical they are apt to be most sincere, and from a man's stand point, her unreasoning' deductions ap .peared to him only as an affectation to ' gain time for thought, or a theatrical display to dazzle, like Susy's. And he was turning, half contemptuously, away .when she again faced him with flashing eyes: "Well, hear me! I accept! I leave here at once to join my own people, my own friends :tbose who understand me put what construction on it that you ehoo.se.- T)o j'our worst ! You cannot do more to separate us than you have done just now."" She- left hint and ran up the steps, with an extravagant return of her old occasional nymph-like eraoefulwess the movement of a woman who has never lxjrne children and a -swish of . her long t?kh-ts that he remembered for jiiuii v niuiy aurr as tsne us;tj)jearea in t...

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. — 23 October 1896

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Subscription.... $1.00 Per Yer abators at th postofBoa la tk elty of Kinsley m second-class mail matter. " FRIDAY, October, 23, 1898. TIME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R. la affact on and after Mar. t. 1M. WkSTBOCHD. Denver LSo LvChlcag" Lv. K. C. lvKif:eley Utah 8:00 u. in 11.56 am 2:2fipm :; pm 2b p m 1:40 a m 1 :40 p. m. MexftCal. t 10:2H p. ni Via HI Kaa.aTex. freight .. Lv Kinsley ar Dodge z: p 6:15 p m AraoCND. K.C. A I Cbg'oExp 6 freight.. .1 W Ir Kinsley ar K. C. arChic'go 9:43 am :55 a mi :UU p m :S3 a m HUTCHlXbONA KINSLBY-Sbort Line. WESTBOUND. .o. Lj K.C. ilv Hutch arhTinai'y . Hex. nl. 1 2:56 p in 10. io p nil 1:40 a iu Aoo'in'gfp mj , I 8:06 am' 1:40 p ui BA8TBOUNU. AOantto 41 lv KlusleylAr K. C.larChlc'go K. Y. Lxp S e:2 p ii I 7:0a n, 1 lf::o p m Aoc'nidtu'j 842 3:')0 p ii 1 irHutcb'iiaO p m - No's 1, 7 ii"n 84, and 2. via ibo "cut off". No's 0 and 8342, make close connection at ' Burton with the "rri2co". ; No's" 3tl, 8 W2, do not ru...

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. — 30 October 1896

Km LEY T H . Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." Vol 19. NO 47 ' KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. OCTOBER. 30 1890. By J. M. LEWIS, JR OUR RATIONAL TICKET. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. , of Nebraska. For Vice President. THOMAS E. WATSON. of Georgia. You shall not press upon the brow of labor, this crown of thorns. You halt not crucify mankind upon tbis roM of f old. WiilUm J. Bryan. Yer Fridentlal Elector. Horrii Cligrgitt.. Pittsburg Albert Perry. . Troy O. T. Pitts .Wellington Sidney Hayden.. . . . Hoi ton J. R. Gosborn . 1 ..Iola W If. Linton. ..... Cherry val .Zarl If. B'ackshere Elmdale C. A. Hilltr, at Urge Salina .Jame P. Logan, at large, .. Lincoln II. J. Boetxel at large Ellin wood Stat Ticket. For Chief Justice FBANK DOSTFB, Marion County. Governor J.W. LEEDY, Coffee County. Lieutenant Governor A. M. HARVEY. Shawnee County, Congressman-at-Large -ilev. J. D. BOTKIN, Wilson County. Secretary of State : W. E. BUSH, Jewell County...

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. — 30 October 1896

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEtt flubseriptloii $1.00 Per Tear fir. Mtri at the DOStoffle In fit ltr of auw as MMDi-oiMl mmu nnm. TBIDAT, October, 30, 1896. TIME TABLE. A. T. k S. F. R. R la fleet on ud alter Mar, 1. 1896. WESTBOOJtD. Denver aiNo LvChlcago I.v. K. C. lvKlualey TJtab .. 0:00 p.m. 8 86 am :26 p m 1:4U m 1 :4U p. m. ar Dodge Meg.ACalJ 10:28 p. I via atl X :26 pm S:'JU pm Kao.aTez Freight.. Lr Kinsley K:oo p. ill p m ASTBOtTSD- K. C. A lv Klosley ar K. C. arCbic'go Cbg'o Bzp S 7:6ft a ml :00 p m :4J am f might.. . 7:8 am HUTCHINSON KINSLEY Snort Lin. .. WK8TBOCKD. - No. Lv K.Ci Iv Hutoh.HrKlusl'y Max. Cal. 1 2:56 pm 10.40 p m 1:40 a m co'm'dt'r S4l . B:U6 a m 1:40 p m BA8TBOUMD. Atlantic lv Kinsley Ar K. C. arCblo'go Ji. X. Y.xp - 8:2ft p ui 7:f.O a ui I0:3o p m aao'mrtto'. 84 8:00 p in ar Hutch 7:50 p m No's a and 342, make close connection at Burton with the "r'rUico". No' 7341, 8842, lo not run Sunday. W will cheerfully furnlah information In regard to rates, ticke...

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. — 30 October 1896

OFFICIAL BALLOT. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. . " REPUBLICAN. . For President, " WILLIAM McKINLEY. r Vot Ttoo-Fiosldent, GARRET A. HOBART. Elector will make a cross-mark, thus (X). J In the square at the left of the name of "'- the candidate for whom they with to Tote. J For Presidential Electors. JOHN R. HAMILTON. QTHOS. E. THOMPSON. PI GREEN KEITH. rl IV TT TRACTS"-. CHARLES E.' SCOTT. F.. M. BENEFIEL. D. W. FINNEY. WlT: FLETCHER. Qfe. BURKE. O . Q-R. P- rCOLLOCH. D' : XAJT9AS 8TATE TICKET. C3 T.F. Chief Justloe, . GARVER. For OoToraor, E. N. MORRILL. SPor Ueutenant-OoTernor, H. E. R1CHTER. for Beeretarr ol State, T. C. EDWARDS. D. r For Auditor of State, GEORGE E. COLE. For Treasurer of State. OTIS.L. ATHERTON. For Attorney-General,' F. B, DAWES. - For State Sunt, of Publlo Instruction, E. STANLEY. For Congressman -t;l. R. W. BLUE. For Judro Coutt of Appeal W. i)iv., . l?p ELRICK C. COLE. Kor ConirreMmiin 7th Conjrrrnsloiml District. CHESTER I. LONG. r'oetate Senator. h tvnmcrtal Dist...

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. — 6 November 1896

KMLEY T H "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Beady Hands." Vol 19. NO 48 KINSLEY, D WARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. NOVEMBER 6 1896. Htf M LEW6JR III We to! Our entire CO UN TY ticket is electd by Malm 109 Boettcher 145 w ire 4 noble 153 Alexander 143 Dyer 216 lirelsford, Trustee, Kinsley tp. 18 IS ELECTED BY a good safe majority. We wish to take this opportunity to adv'ae all good citizens to to every way in their power do all they can to suppress all ill feeling and bitterness growing out of the late campaign and use every effort to restore harmony that we may all work to the best int erests of the country. We are entire- ly willing to concede that while our opponentshave not agreed with us, they have been honest in their views, and we believe that the majority of them are the better element, and will concede the same to us. The results show that many of them assisted us to elect our county ticket, and our ac tions should be such as to justify them u what t...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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