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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 6 November 1896

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. ffelNSLEY, KAH8AS copyricht. 1894. by Bret Harte. PART I. CHAPTER IV. Cottccep. ," She tripped out into the passage, returning with the tray which she put 'on the table beside Clarence, and then standing back a little and with her hands tucked soubrette fashion in the tiny pockets of her apron, gazed at -It was impossible not to smile back as he nibbled the crisp Mexican cake . And drank the old mission wine. And busy s tongue triuea an accompani ment to his thanks. . . "Lord! it seems so nice to be here just you and me, Clarence like in the old days with nobody nag-gin and snoopin round after you. Don't be greedy, Clarenoe, but give me a cake." She took one and finished the dregs of this glass. Then, sitting on the arm of his chair, she darted, a violet ray of half reproach" and half mischievousness into his amused and retrospective eyes. "There used to be room for two in that chair, - Klarus." ! The use of the old childish diminu tive for his name seemed to him as...

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. — 6 November 1896

ELECTION SEWS. Committee Claims 271 Votes for McKinley Sure. THE SOLID SOUTH IS BR0KE5 Kentucky Give aicKlnlry a Majority of Over 15,000-Hou-e bufely Krpnbll t cau Kiumi in I'unbt - Ke- turn Jtrom the Knar. Canton, Ohio,' Nov. 4. Word reaches the McKinley cottage at 3:15 that a hun dred loaded coaches are enroute here from Pittsburg and a like number from Chicago. Chicago, Nov. 4 At 12:30 a. m. Vice .Chairman Payne of the Republican na tional committee summarized the situa tion aa follows: Sure for McKinley: Twenty-thres states, 271 votes. 'Claimed for McKinley: Two states, 13 otes. . Conceden' to Bryan: Fourteen states, 102 votes. Doubtful: Six states, 57 votes. Canton, Ohio. Nov. 4. The dispatches received here indicate Kansas, Nebraska and Kentucky are in doubt. .Chicago, Nov. 3. The Associated Press received the ollowing from Joseph M. '. Carey:. ' Cheyenne, W"yo., Nov. 3. Wyoming in . great doubt; think McKinley will hav a ' MA.T. WIT.T.IAM jfKISLET. email majority.' It may req...

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. — 6 November 1896

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL. COUNTY PAPER Cbndpttaa.........$1.00 Per Year fttmi at Mm aostnfflee la e ity of IJaalar m seeoaa-claae mU mMMr. ' niOAT, Noaenfcer 7 1896. -: TItt TABLE. A. T. & S. F. B. R. Id eflect on and after Noz. 4. 18M. WESTBOtTsTD. Denver a. Utah Mex.-al. Ku Bz vi. Branch Ma line Ft, IvKir.sley J : za pm l:0 am art 40 pin z:aa pm Cair Limited n riitm 6 Sundays only, via braaco, Iv ivin 6:15 m BAHl BOUMD. Train y&a. Iv lisl.- ar K C r Cntc'ft-o Atlanta Ex! : p ui 7:j a m ln:w a m 7.4 u:-i (:00im 9:4:1am S:"0 p in 6: . am Ira u in 7:W r iiiThur ft Sundays. ' Tzo. Rx. Mixil. a u I i Mo lln K. j 4A Cbgo. l.lin.l 4 HU1VHI moN ft K.1NLBT .whrt Line. H KSTBOPND. o i.v tt 1 I :S6 p m S4I Iv Hu.uq ttrKlnsl'y 10.4i p mi 1:40 a m 11:06 am 1:40 pm Maz. .ui aoo'm'dt'n1 Arranciio. AUantie ft Kinsley Ar K.C. 7:i0 a ni arHutcb arCblc'ro 0:3u pm 7:M p m H. T. ttzp J842 g:i 8:2 p m iw p in . No and SO make close connection! with ' the msao at Burton Ho. Ml, 941, 4 and 46 do not ...

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. — 13 November 1896

KINSLEY Q-EAJPHIO. "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Rands.' KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUxTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 13 1896 By J. M. LEWIS, JR Vol 20. NO 2 COUNTY OFFICERS. Samuel W. Vandivert Judrelth District J J. Wriirht Kepreseotative A. F. Aderbold Clerk D. L. Heath Sheriff A. C. Dyer County Attorney S. (. Clark Treasurer r H.Evans Register ot Deeds CM. Hoetteher District Clerk H. J. Nohle Superintendent J. K. Wire Probate J ude E. P Shepard. Surveyor G. M. ceacat Coroner COMMISSIONERS. J a HoenbauKh First District Saaiuel Andrews Second " E. K. Smart Third " The public schools at Garden City are closed on account of diphtheria. Mark Hanna will now have time to sit down and figure out just what it cost. Grover Cleveland hasn't as many followers as he oi:ce had, but the coun try would like to know what he really thinks about the result. American bicycles are sold vn Eng land for less than the same grade of English wheels, which shows that our bicycle ...

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. — 13 November 1896

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. telNSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Mil Bbyax'b record in 90 days was 43 speeches and 17,631 miles of travel. The musicians' associations all over the United States have affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. M. Chai.lemicl-Lacour, the recently deceased French statesman, has direct ed that all of his fortune be distributed among the poor in the quarter in which he lived. TnK London Quarterly Review de clares that "there is probably no Prot estant nation in the world with so lit tle personal knowledge of the Bible as the Americans." "A'ftkr three years' hard work and the expenditure of between $15,003,000 and $l0,0f-0,000, New Orleans has final ly completed the great undertaking .of changing- its street railroad motive power from the old-fashioned mule to electricity. The steamer City of Warsaw recent ly laid the cable extending from the Illinois to the Missouri shores that completed the circuit which placed 100 towns in Illinois, Missouri and Iowa towns in ...

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. — 13 November 1896

.5. COPYRICHT. i34. BY B ff Eret J-Urte. PAKT II. CHAPTER II. Continued. It was a fine specimen of the old col onial planter's house, with its broad veranda3, its gTeat detached olhces and negro quarters, and had. thus far, es caped 'the ravages and billetting of the war. It had been occupied by its owner up to a few days before the engage ment, 'and fo gTcat had been the con fidence of the enemy in their success that it had been used as the confederate headquarters on the morning of the de cisive battle. Jasmine and rose, un stained'by the sulphur of gunpowder, twined around its ruined columns and half hid the recessed windows; the care less flower garden was still in its un Iceqt .and nnplucked luxuriance, the courtyard before the stables alone showed marks of the late military oe .cupancy and was pulverized by the uneasy horsehoofs of the waiting- staff. Btit the mingled impress of barbaric prodigality with patriarchal simplicity was still there in the domestic arrange ments of a...

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. — 13 November 1896

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postofflce In the city Kinder as aaoond-clasa mail matter. FRIDAY, November 13 1896. TIME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R. Id efleot on and after Nox. 4. 1896. rESTBOl'KD. Senver 4,iNo lLvChlcairo Lv. K. C. lvKicsley :25 p m 1:40 a in ar 1-40 pro 2:35 pin Dtali S :00 p. Me ftCal.l m.; 9.55 a m i iu:a) p. - Kaa Ex vi. Branch Mn line Ft pro 9:20 pm Ml Calf Limited sji 3 Tliur Sc Sundays only. vm uroucu, iv ivin m EA87BOD1HD. Train No. Iv Kinsley ar K.C. ar Chic'jro Atlimtc Ex i hgo. Fx. Mlxd, Hen Mn lin Ft. Cbpo. I.iin z p m i :v a in in:nu a m 7:4" ii m 6:00 im 9:43 a m S.J 3:i p in 0:60 a m 4K ; a in I 4 1 7:00 a m Thufq & Sundays. HUTCHIN.SON & KINSLEY-f.burt Line. K81 ROCND. Lv K. C. ilv Hutcb arKinsl'y 2:t6 p iu 104 i p iiii 1:40 am I B:Qfi am1 1:40 p m Mex. "h1 Acc'iu'dfn Z AST BOUND. Atlaiule & N. Y. Kxp Acc'mltn'. lv Kinsley f:2S pm 3:00 p in Ar K. C. 7: 0 a in ar Hutcb art 'hlcVo io::w p m ...

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. — 20 November 1896

EMMY t: K "A Time tike this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Sands." Vl 20. N0 3 ' KINSLEY. EDWARDS COLTXTY; KANSAS. NOVEMBER 20 1896 ' Bu J. m . lewis .jr COUNTf OFFICERS. tsmtiet W. VaiidlV&ft Jtadre tilth tMatrlct J.J. Wrtffht BephweDtatlT A. F.Aderbola........ Clprk 0. L. Heath ........ .:..v. ..Sheriff A. O. Dyer i .......... .. .CsUnty. Attorney .0. rfirk .... ..Tremurer T H. Bvsos...... -.KtofUwrtt' Deeds C. M. Boettchrr. . . .. i.JMitrtot Clerk H.J. Noble . ; Superintendent J R.W1re . .... Probate Judge B. P. Sbepsrd Burreyor H. M. iaaoat. Coroner COHMIMIOKIR. J Q ttoenbanch First District Samuel Andrews Second 8. K. Smart Third Bolivia hM recognized the beliger ancy of the Cubans. Miu Willard baa been reelected as president of the National W. C. T. U. Judge . Stranjgv'iowaeriy-of'lwnee Coanty hat been elected county at torney of Logan County Oft. The employes of the Big Four Rail road have demanded the fulfilment of the promise of increased wages...

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. — 20 November 1896

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. (KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Max McKisley will be the first sol dier in the white house who entered ' the army as a private. Womkic constitute two-thirds of all the church members of the United States and only one-thirteenth of all ' the criminals. A Chicago woman, whose views on politics differed from those of her hus band, has to chop all -the kindling1, bring in the coal and take ont th ashes for a year all because McKin lev was elected. Nett wkleass is in a state of excite m'ent over the faet that the Mississipp river is providing; itself with an en tirely new month. It is a very seriouf matter to New Orleans and a threat tc the city's commerce. ; !n Kkwspapeb correspondents and po litical gossips are busily at work con structing cabinets for 'Mr. McKinley. and some of them go so far as to writ upon their slates even the foreign ap point me Dts which he will make. It is possible that an ordinMice wil1 soon be passed by the board of alder men of New York cit...

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. — 20 November 1896

f V t 1 copyricht. 1s04. by Bret Haste. I'AKT II. . CHAPTER in. ' Called to a general council of officers ' at divisional headquarters the next day, -. T) t i,n,i i;,tli timp for further s necu- lation regarding his strange guest. But a remark from the division commander that he preferred to commit the general plan of a movement then under discus sion to the memories rather than to written order in the ordinary routine, eeenicd to show that his chief still ins pected the existence of a spy. lie there fore told him of his late interview with Miss Faulkner and her probable with drawal in favor of a mulatto neighbor. , The division commander received the information with indifference. "They're much too clever to employ a hussy like that, who shows her hand at every r turn itlir n k nv or n iTni:sfnp"or of apies and the mulattoes are too stupid, to say nothing of their probable fidelity . to us. No, general, if we are watched, it is by ah eagle and not a mocking bird. Miss Faulkner has ...

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. — 20 November 1896

2 " vc---y- - : "T. " r. : V ir: - s -t A v . I i t the Graphic official counts rii?ii kttbserlption.......;.$1.00 pr Year Zatsrsd at M pontoBc in ths fifty of YBIDAY, November 20, 1896. TIME TABLE. A. T. fc S; F. U. R. la Sect on and after Noi. 4. 18M. WUTtODITD. Denver L No LvChlc4uroLv. K. C. lvKlnsley Vtab :00 p.m. 9.66 am 8:26 p m Mex.ACal. 1 10:28 p.m. 2:25pm 1:40 am Kaa Ex t1. Branch Ml 9:20 pifa ar 1:40 pm MoUneFtJ 45 8:35 pm , UUILimiiedNg.i inun s via branch. It Kin 6:15 pm Train INo.'lT Kinsley ar K. C. ar Chlo'go Atlantc Ex t'hgo. Ex. Mizd. Bch Mn lin K'. Chgo. Llm 7:49 am 6:00 pm 9:43 am S42 :u0 p m t:50 a m I 46 7:25 a m I 4 7:00 a mlThur A Sundays. . HUTCHINSON K1N9LBY Short Line. WESTBOUND. No. Lv K. C. lv Hutch arKinsl'y Hex. Cal. 1 2:66 pm 10.40pm 1:40 am Aoc'm'dt'n 841 8:06 am 1 :4U p in BASTBOUND. AUantie lv Kinder Ar K. C.larChlc'go 7:10 am I0:3o pm arHutoh'7:W p m n. y. Kip Aeo'mrttn'J 8:25 p m 3:00 pm 842 No. 6 and 842 make close connections with the Friseo 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. — 27 November 1896

K 'A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hand." KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. NOVEMBER 27 1896. By J. M. LE Vol 20. NO 4 THE COUNTY OFFICERS. Samuel W. Vandivert Jine lata District J J Wright Representative A. F.Adernolcl , y?eriS O. L. Heath BherllT a c. Dyer County Attorney 8. G. Clark TresMirer T H.Evans RegiPtHr of Deeds CM. Uoettcher.. District Clerk K J. Noble Superintendent J K. Wire Probate Judge b'. K Bhepara. Surveyor . M. 3eact Coroner COMMI8SIOWKK8. J & rioenbaturh First District eiaitiuel Andrews Second " B. K. 8mart Third " SERMOS BY REV. U. C. PABKMAN, Sunday next before Advent. Text; "Gather up the fragments nmin Hurt' tint hi n or hn Inst." St. John, 6th chapter and 12th wise. This Sunday ia noted in the -Church's calendar as the Sunday next oeiore Auvenu iuc uhbuu jear is almost at an end. The light of the Church's year is almost goue, a little flickering tor a few days more and then it will be burnt out. The .season of Ad...

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. — 27 November 1896

1 KINSLEY GRAPHIC. felNSLEY, i KAH8AS CURRENT COMMENT. Italy is said to average a murder every two hours. According to Mr. Moody there are 40,000,000 people in the United States who do not pro to church. The successful harnessing' of Niagara falls revives the idea of the possibility of harnessing rivers which have rapitf currents. Garbett A. Hobabt, vice president elect, recently said: "I have had 800 babies named after me so far and the end is not in sight." TnE army pay roll was increaseu about $750,000 last year by the advance of wages from 69 to $13 a month for the first year of enlistment. The farmers within a radius of 25 miles of Cincinnati report a spreading of hog cholera and they are shipping their hogs to market as rapidly as pos sible, fearing an epidemic. The London Daily Telegraph, which claims to have the largest circulation of all daily newspapers in the British empire, is about to be converted into a joint stock company, with a capital-of $:5,ooo,opa TnE substitutio...

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. — 27 November 1896

COPYRICHT. lS94. r a If Bret Harte. w rET 11. CHAPTER IV. COXTIXCED. The enemy's line contained some Bigh- ' tog 'J'oung' subaltern with whom she vas in communication and for whom she had undertaken this quest. The flow r was their language of corresponence, ao doubt. It explained also the young jrirl's animosity against the younger officers his adversaries; against him ,elf their commander. lie had previ- . jusly wondered why if she were in Sped a spy she hud not chosen upon some equally specious order from vYasli- . ington the headquarters of the di- vision commander, whose secrets were more valuable. This was explained by the fact that she was nearer the lines and her lover in her present abode, lie had no idea that he was malting ex- cuses for her he believed himself only Just: The recollection of what she had faid of the power of love albeit it had ' durt him cruelly at the time was now jlearer to him. and even seemed to litigate her offense. She would be acre but a day or two ...

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. — 27 November 1896

THE GRAPHIC. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Sut3iiption tl.00 Per Tear Boter.4 at the pastofHce In the cltr of Kinsley aa aeceua-aiaaa man waiter. FRIDAY, Xoven.ber 27, 1886. TIME TABLE. A. T. s S. F. U. R. In eBect ttn and after .Vox. 4. IBM. WKSTBOUND. Denver a. No LvChicairo Lv. K. C lvKii:ley Utah 6 :00 p. in. 9.55 a tn 9:25 p la Mex.&t'al. 1 10:28 p.m. Z:-'5pui 1:40 am Kan Ex vi. liranch 1H1 9:20 pm ar 10 pm ln line Ft. 4' J 2:35 pra rviirl.linllt irn II Tlmn A Snndava unlv Via branch, lv Kin 6:15 pin KAKTBOCND. - Train No. lv Kinsley ar K. C. ar Cnic'go f I f -IS n m T M a m iin-rain m Allunte Ex fbiro. Ex. HixJ. H h 7:45 a m !:00 pin ! 9:4J a m U 8:00 j in j 0:50 a Di I W ":- a in I . I 7:00 a mlThurs aiSundays. C'hjro. Llm. HUTCHINbON & KIXSLEV short Line. WtKTUOCND. iNo. Mex. Tal. 1 Acc'm'dfDl S4l Lv K. t). 1 1 v Hutch larKiusl'y 2:55 p m : 10.40 p nil 1:40 am I H:U6 a in I 1:411 p in EA8TVOUND. Atlantic Al K. Y. Kxp i Acc'ndtirJ 34i lv Kinsley 8:'J5 p in 3:00 p m Ar K.. C.l...

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. — 4 December 1896

EY o-jea.jp JL. 'A Time like this Demands Strong Minds. Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hand." '. Vol 20. NO 5 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY. .KANSAS. DECEMBER 4 1893 By J. M. LEWIS, JH HE HIU COUNTY OFFICERS. Hamuel W. Vandivrt Judge 16th Dintrict J J. Wrisrht Representative " tr a j Clerk n" l.' Heath. Sheriff A. C.Dyer County Attorney T. B. Hoffman Treasurer r H.Evans Heg-lfT of Deeds CM. Boettctaer District Clerk H. J. Noble , Superintendent J E. Wire Probate Judge R. P. Sbepard Surveyor O. H. AeaoU. Coroner COMMI88IOKBRB. J 4 HoenbauRh First District Saiuuel Andrews , .Second " E. K. Smart Third " TU E NA TIOXA L IV. V. T. U. National convention of the W. C. T. U. wns held in St. Louis, commen cing Friday, Nov. 13, with the world renowned Miss TVillard presiding. It was round before the programs "were "issued that the purity depart ment, which is realty tne largest ueia of labor, must meet before the regular convention in order that it might have plenty of time. Consequently the P...

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. — 4 December 1896

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. fclNSLEY, KAITSAJI CURRENT COMMENT.. "' A MissocRI man bas invented a con trivance for testing the quality of eggs by the nse of X rays. : The information was given ont from an official source that Iowa dairymen last year shipped out 90,000,000 pounds of butter. Ixstkad of celebrating1 their victory in the unnal way, the republicans of Shelbyville, Ind., determined to dis tribute potatoes among' the poor. A good deal of fun is poked at the weather Lureau for the frequent fail ure of its forecasts; but the record for the past year shows that the average percentage of verification is 82.4. There are, on the average, nine times as many deaths from typhoid fe- oav in ilia lorrro nltios rf (ho TTniforl States as in the many German cities that have secured a purified water supply. It has. been estimated that at least XA per cent, of the entire population of the United States make their living out of the electric light and power in d us try and the branches of trade airect...

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. — 4 December 1896

It COPYRICHT. tSci. BT Barr Hapte. PART II. CHAPTER IV. Coxtttted. Nevertheless he dreaded to hear him peak again of her. And the fear was realized in a question. "Does she know you are here T' "Who? said Brant, curtly. "Your wife. That is I reckon sheV your wife still, eh?" "I do not know that she knows," re turned Brant quietly. He had regained his self-composure. "Susy Mrs. Senator Boompointer, that is" he seemed to feel a certain dignity in his late wife's new titie, "allowed that she'd pone abroad on a 6ccret mission from the southern con federacy to them crowned heads over ' there. She was pood at ropin" men in. you know. Anyhow, Susy afore, she was Mrs. Boom jointr wasdeadset oi findin' out where she was but never could. She seemed to drop out of sight a year ago. Some said one thing1 and some said another. But you can bet your bottom dollar that Mrs. Senator Boompointer,wbo knows how to pull ail the wires in Washington, will know if anyone does." "But is Mrs. Boompointer rea...

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. — 4 December 1896

THE GRAPHIC. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPE1J. pnbsariptioii $1-00 Per Year Kotere4 at tbe potota:e in the ,cltr Kinsley a second-class mail matter. FRIDAY, December 4, 1.890. TIME TABLE. A, T, S, F, B.R. In effect on and after .Noi. 4. 1896. WUTIOI'SU. Denver . Utah Mex.JtCal. Km a Ex vi. Branch Mo line Ft. LvChlcafrniLv. K. C. lvKir.sley :2ft p m 1:4U a m ar l-40pm :35 pin 8:00 p. ni.i 9.55 a m io:i p. m t :26 pin :89 pm Calf Limited N Thurs & Sunday only, via brancn, Iv Kin 6:1ft pm ASTBOVUB. Train- No.lv Kiusleyjar K. C. ar Cbio'g-o .2 -8:3ft ptn 7:05 a m ,10:00 a m 7:4Sam:00pm 9:fi a m 343 8:00 p ntoim I 40 7:25 a ui I 4 7:00 a mlThur 'Sundays. Allan tc Ex Vbgo. Ex. Mixtl.Bcb Mn lin Pi. Cbiro. Iiim. HUTCHINSON i KINSLEY Short Line. WKSTBOUND. No. I Lv K. C. i Iv Hutch nrKlusl'y Mex. Cel. 1 2:V p ra 10.40 p m 1:40 am iUc'iu'dt'n 4l I 8:06am 1:40 pin KA8TBOUND. Allunltc ft Iv Kinsley Ar K. C. arChlc'o-o N- Y. Kxp 2 8:2 P m ? SO a in 10 :30 p m Acc'mdtn'J 342 3:00 p m ar Hutch 7:50 p m ...

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. — 11 December 1896

THE KIN 'I "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands.' KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 11 1896. By JM. L ewis.'Jr- NO 5 1 i! .A . COUNTY OFFICERS. Samoa! W. Vaodiwt J udfre Mt Dtatrlct TT Wrta-t KepreDtative A. r.Aoarhold o r, BMMh Sheriff A. C.Dyer. Oanrnty Attorney T. B. Hoffman TreMurer f H di Rejrlst-r of Deeds CM." Boeltcher District Clerk H. J. Noble Superintendent j K. Wire. Probate) Judge K. f. inepard Surveyor O. M. toacmt C-Jroner COMMISSIONERS. J a Moenbeu-b . . . Aatnuel Andrews.. . U. K. Smart .....First District .....Second Third " The organization of the lock trust indicates that nobody is expecting trouble for the trusts from the next administration. Senator Chandler talks like a man who would'nt require any persuasion to rote for the free and unlimited coin age of alver if his vote would bring it about. Because Tom Heed was on bad terms with the last republican president is v no certain reason for his throwing atones ...

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