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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 15 January 1897

(KINSLEY GRAPHIC. "KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. It w stated that Iowa had lost 815, 400,000 through hog cholera during' the past year. - ' Thx marriage licenses in Chicago for ' 1886 fell off nearly 1.800 from the nam ber issued the year before. . M RS. A. E. Bihkhabt, an enthusiastic bicyclist of Denver, Col., rode 116 cen turies during the past year. , Thjc fire losses in the United States for 1896 aggregated $115,295,500. In 1895 they were S128.346.40O, and in 1894 129,839,700. ' . A BIMabkabijc instrument for count- fng the corpuscles of the blood has - been invented by Dr. Judson Daland, of Philadelphia. Iw Massachusetts last year the births of 1,473 twins and 27 triplets were re corded, surpassing all previous achieve ments in that line in the state. Thx increase in cigars consumed by the American people last year amount ed to 64,000,000, whereas the eon sump tion of the cigarette exceeded that of the previous yesr by 881,998,335. Thx number of steerage passengers landed a...

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. — 15 January 1897

V. 3 ACT; COPYRfCHT, 1894. BT Bret Haute. PART III. CITAITEK 111 COSTTICTED. "My brother wrote to me that the evening: after you left the burying' par ty picked up the body of what they be lieved to be a mulatto woman lying on the slope. It was not Rose, but the body of that very woman the real and only spy whom you. had passed through the lines at daybreak. My brother thinks she was accidentally 'killed in the first attack upon you by her own friends, and so fell a double martyr. But only my brother and his friend recognized her through her blackened face and disguise, and on the plea that she was a servant of one of their friends, they got permission from the division commander to take her away, and she was buried by her friends and among her people in the little cem etery of Three Pines crossing, not far from where you have gone. My brother thought I ought to tell you this; it seems that he and his friend had a strange sympathy for you in what they appear to know or guess of your...

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. — 15 January 1897

THE GRAPHIC. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Subscription . .$1.00 Per Year Katere at tea postofflee la th oitr -KJdslay as aeooatf-elaM mail matter. TRID AY, January 15 1897. TIME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R. In aflect on and after Nox. 4. 18M. WESTBOUND. Denver &. Utah Mex 4 Hal. Kan Ex vi. Branch If n line Ft. llvKicsley 9:25 p m 1:40 a m ar 1 40 pra 2:35 pm ' Calf Limited wo 3 Ttiurs 3t Sundays only, m branub, lv Kin 6:15 pm EST BOUND. ' Train INo. lv Kinsley arKT C. ar Cbtc'g-o AilaiiteFx 2 H:35Pia 7:05am 10:iam rb(ro. Ex I 7:4'. it m 6:i)0 pm . 9:4 a m Mixil. Hi b ; Si-.' p in o:5o a m Mn iiu Fl. ; 4'i 7:-.'- : m ' Cbiro. ll'n.J 4 7:lJ niThur- & Sundays. HUTCHINSON' ,fc KINSLEY- WCsiTHODNP. hurt Line. I No I Lv K. ;. 1 1 v Hutcli HrKinsi'y Mex. nl 1 i-M p ra jlO.WpDi; 1:40 am Acc'iu'dt'u! Sill ' 8:05 a m 1 :4i pin K VSTBUNI. Atlantic i !v Kinxley N. Y. Kxp i :2 P ACo'm itii'.34-' ;:00 p in Ar K. Clart'hicVo i l(::to Din nrHiiteUu:50 p m No fl and 3i make close connections with...

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. — 22 January 1897

- L - " . miMY (aiiA.ppia r 'A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." By J.'M. L ewis'Jr Vol 20. MO 13 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. JANUARY 22 1897. I COUNTY OFFICERS. ftmnl W. Vandrvert. J. J. Wrla-bt A. F. Aderhold, D. L. Heath A. C.Dyer T. 11. Hoffman T H. Evans C. M. Boeitcber H. J. Moble J. E. Wire B. P Sbepard M. aeacat .. Jnde 16tb District KepresetiretiTe Clerk Sheriff County Attorney Treasurer . . . Register of Deeds District Clerk Superintendent Probate Judjie Surveyor Coroner COUM188IOKSRS. J G Koenbaujrh.. .. Saaiuel Andrew! E. K. Smart . .. First District ...Second " ....'I bird In 1816 England adopted the gold standard. By 1825 two-thirds of the farmers had lost their homes. ' By raising his bid, Mr. Warjamaker anight become the successor of Senator Quay whose term expires in 1899. John Sherman never "had a harder task than that of pretending that tie puts on the McKinley collar willingly. . Another instance of "prosperity" ...

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. — 22 January 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. "KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. A hovkkt farm has been established In Florida. Wisconsin will torn out this season 18,000 barrels of beet sugar. Tbk newly-elected sheriff at Bay City, Mich., has appointed a woman as deputy sheriff. A St. Bernabd dog caught a thief at work in the parlor of a residence in New York and firmly held on until his mistress sent for a policeman. The medical authorities of Ogdens- burp, N. Y., report that in a recent epidemic of diphtheria 73 cases were treated with antitoxin, and only two were fatal. Tex municipal debt of St. Louis is 130.648.000; Chicago, 822,000,000; New York. $191,000,000; Brooklyn. $58,000, 000; Boston, $64,000,000; Philadelphia, 153,000,000, and Baltimore, $34,000,000. Dvring the last four years Massachu setts has spent $450,000 in "exterminat ing" the gypsy moth, and now the state entomologist reports that the work will require $200,000 a year for the next five years. New York had a novel sensation. Tbe street clean...

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. — 22 January 1897

HOSTS OF EMPLOYED. Figures of Interest Taken from a Recent Census Bulletin. fhe Total Number of People Enjrag-ed In Oceapatlons of All Kinds in 180O Wa 2,135,661 Those Engaged In . Professional Pursaita. Washington, Jan. 19. A bulletin of the 11th census just furnished shows that the total number of people en gaged in occupations of all kinds in 1890 was 22,735,661 an increase of over 5, 000,000 working people in a decade. This whole number of working people consists of those ten years old and over and makes up over 36 per cent, of the entire population and almost 47 per cent, of all persons ten years old and over. Of the whole number of working people the females form 17.22 per cent. Divided by classes the working peo pie of the country are as follows: Agri culture, fisheries and mining, 9,031,836? professional, 944.333; domestic and per sonal service, 4,360,577; trade and trans portation, 326,122; manufacturing and mechanical industries, 5,091,293. The domestic and personal servic...

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. — 22 January 1897

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Subscription. .$1.00 Per Year Bat6re4 at tk pottomcn In the) city of Kiaalar as aeeoad-olaas mail miner. - TBI DAT, January 22 x 1887. , TIME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R. In aBect on and after Noz. 4. 1896. WESTBOUND. Denmr i. lvKir.sley 9r25 p m 1:40 am arl-40pm 2:35 pm ITtali ..... ju-x ftOI Kaa Ex vi Wrncb Calf Limited fj" 3 Tim r & Sundays only, "Via LraacU, Ir Kin 6:15 pm . AST BOUND. Train INo.lv Klosley'ar K. C.'r Chic'g-o Ailantc Kil 2 1 b:. p in i :'J a ra iv:iam 7:44 am t:00 pm 9:43am Six 8:to p m t:W am 4ti 7;S5 a m I 4 I 7:00 h nj.Thurs A Sundays. Chsro. Fx. Mud. Boh Mn Mn Fr. C'fatro. liini.l HdTCMNoON & KINSLEY Short Line. WESTBOUND. . LV K. i) lv Hutch'MrKlnary 10. 4.1 p ml 1:40 a in 8:05 am' 1:40 p m Mex.-Cal 2:65 p ui iec'in'dt'nl A8TBOUND. ly iviusiey Ar K. G'.larChlc'go 8:3." pm : ' in 10 :3a pm 3:0 rri nr ftutohl7:-10 p m Atlantic & N. Y. Exp Acc'mdtn'.i No. and 842 make close connections with tbo Frio at burton. Mo...

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. — 29 January 1897

Gf.BA. f 'ji' Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Sands.' KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS," JANUARY 29 IS97. By J "M. L ewis Vol 20. NO 14 mMY (0. COUNTY OFFICERS. hactl W. VndiTrt... J.J. Wrlifht A. F.Aderhold D. L. Heath A. C.Drer. T. B. Hoffman T H. Brans ;., C U . Roettcber. H. J. Noble ... J. E. Wire B. P. Sbepsrd Q.M.aeacat. .Judge 18th District j Kcpresentattva Clerk 8 he riff ...County Attorney Treasurer , . . Register of Deeds District Clerk Superintendent Probate J udae Surveyor Coroner COMMISSIONERS. J a itoenbaugb First District Samuel Andrews Second " B. K. Smart I bird " SINGLE TAX. , We publish at sone length, the ad dress of (tlie Single Tax club to Gov. Leedy and the legislature. Those of our readers who have made a study of the single tax theory, will realize that this is only a touch upon the subject. There is a large per cent of the great minds of to-day who believe that an adoption of this system of taxation would be the best ...

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. — 29 January 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. 'KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Foub million bunches of bananas were eaten in this country last year. Prof. FALB. the Austrian who pre dicted all the earthquakes of recent years, is now living in poverty. Chicago has at last been beaten at her own game. A New York building is to be 29 stories in height, while Chi cago has only reached 20. Sihck January 1 the New York sub treasury has been receiving a daily average of $60,000 in soiled and muti lated notes for redemption. The city of Stockholm, Sweden, has 14,000 telephones, or one for every 20 citizens, a higher average than can be found anywhere else in the world. It is a significant fact that nearly every governor's message this year contains a strong recommendation in . favor of a law to suppress the trusts. No more bull fights will be allowed to take place in the state of Chihuahua, Mex., the legislature having issued a decree prohibiting the sport. Cock fights are also prohibited. The supreme court has decide...

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. — 29 January 1897

THE of the or AWamazi y Robert Ba Author of tbeTaceandlheMSS2! CHAPTER I. I HE managing- ed- mm itrrr of tlio Vow York Argus sat at his desk with a deep frown on his face, looking out from under his shapgy eyebrows at the young man who had just thrown a huge fur overcoat on the back of one chair, while he sat down himself on a n - other. "1 got your telegram," began the editor. "Am 1 to understand from it Jhat you have failed?' "Yes. sir," replied the young man, without the slightest hesitation. "Completely?" "Utterly." "Didn't you even get a synopsis o? the documents?" ''Not a hanged synop." The editor's frown grew deeper. The ends of his fingers drummed nervously on the desk. "You take failure rather jauntily, it mriKCK me, ne saiu, ai i;usi. "What's the use of taking it any other way? 1 have the consciousness of know ing that 1 did my best." . "Um. yes. It's great consolation, no doubt, but it doesn't count in the news paper business. What did you do?" "L received your telegram 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. — 29 January 1897

THT? PR A PH1P j.aaj- v-i -w OFFICIAL COUNTY" PAPER Subscription... $1.00 Per Year Bateree sTt tho potnfflco in the city of JOnsloyaasooooa-olaaa mail matter. rniDAX, January 29 1897. TIME TABLE. A. T. k S. F. R. R; la oSect on and alter Nox. 4. 1896. WMTBOCSD. Veneer A, No LvChlcafro Lv. K. C. IvKttsley 6 6:00 p. in. D im a m 9:25 p ra 1 10:28 p.m. 2:25pm 1:40 a w Ml 9:30 pm ar 140 pra 45 J ?:35 pm IT tab l-i.Cal Kail Ex Tl, Uranon 11 n line Ft Calf Limited jjo 8 Tlmrs & Sundays only, Tia braaub, Iv h-ln 6:15 pin .. BART BOUND. Train No.4r Klnsley'ar K. C.iarChic'go Ailantc Ex 8:35 p m 7:OT a m 10:00 a m hero. Ex. Mixd. Itch Mn iln Pt. Cbiro. Mm 4 I 7:4.'. a m 6:00 Dm :4i a m S12 3 JO p m 6:53 a m 7:25 a ml 7:00 a m Thur" & Sunday. HUTCHINSON KINSLKr Snort Line. WKSTBOUHD. No. I.v K.C. Iv IIutcblurKlusl'y Max. Oal. 1 2:55 p m 10.40 pm 1:40 am Acc'in'dt'n 41 t:(5 am1 1:40 p m BASTBOUNU. Atlantic k Iv Kinsiey Ar JC. C iirChlu'iro N- Exp 2 :" p in ' in 10::w p m aco'inrttn', 3...

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. — 5 February 1897

THE KMSLEY G-BAF "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Rands." . Vol 20. NO 15 KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. FEBRUARY 5, 1897. By J M.Lewis COUNTY OFFICERS. Samoal W. Vandivsrt.. . J. J. Wrifrtat A, F.Aderhold D. V. Heath , A.C.Dyer T. B. Hoffman T H. Kvam C. M. Koettchrr H. .1. Nohlo J. E. Wire E. P.Sbapara . M. gsacut ..Judsre 16th metric! KcpreseiWHtive Clerk Sheriff County Attorney TrexBurer . . . Kegif ter of Deeds ItlHtrici ijierK . Superintendent Probate Judy e , Surveyor Coroner COMMISSIONERS. J O rtoenbnuh First District ' Sttiiiuel Andrews . .Second " B. K. Smart 'J bird " EASTERN INVESTORS An article in one of the papers this week contains the information that . Boston - business - men are becoming alarmed at the large amount, of goods imported through the gulf ports. Hail roads having termini in Chicago, and those whose carrying trtde is - largely in the west are interesting themselves iu the building up of gulf ports. Their future...

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. — 5 February 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC telNSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT.. Gov. Tpbnet, of Tennessee, granted 20 pardons during his term of two years. Farmers' Bulletin No. 45, issued by the departtaent of agriculture at Wash ington, is devoted to insects injurious to stored - grain, and contains many facts of interest and value to farmers .who suffer largely from the depreda tionXof these pestST Louisiana claims to have the largest farm in the world. Itls a tract in the southwestern part of the state, and ex tends 100 miles north and south and 25 miles east and west. It was bought in 1883 by a syndicate of northern capi talists, by-whora it is still operated; : Tub public sentiment against bull fights in Mexico is spreading and Chiapas has followed the example of Chihuahua and passed a law prohibit ing the sport in that state. Other state legislatures -were also discussing the advisability of prohibiting bull fights. The question of constructing a ship canal from Lake Michigan to the Mis sissippi, river, ...

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. — 5 February 1897

THE MlfRESS of theS)me" rWtm Tipf latcrvene. Copyright, ttqi. by Robert Bur. CHAPTER II. Coktixued. Subsequent events proved Miss Jen aie's eurmlse regarding" Mr. Brown's indifference perfectly well founded. That young1 man searched for bis card, found it, and sat down on the chair op posite Miss Jennie, who already occu pied her chair, and was, in fact, the first one at table. Seeing there would be no unseemly dispute about places, she be gan to plan in her own mind how she would first attract the attention of Mr. Wentworth. While thinking how best to approach her victim, Miss Jennie heard his voice. "Here you are, .Kenyon, here are our places." "Which Is mine?" said the voice of Kenyon. It doesn't matter," answered Went worth, and then a thrill of fear went through the gentle heart of Miss Jennie Brewster. She had not thought of the young man not caring which seat he occupied, and she dreaded the possi bility of finding herself next to Kenyon rather than Wentworth. Her first es ti...

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. — 5 February 1897

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL COUNTY PATER Subscription $1.00 Per Year 3Cmtre4 at tka postnfflc in tke elty of Xiaslar m scoa4-clas mail ssattar. FKIDAX, February 1897. TIME TABLE. A. T. fc S. F. B. R. la affect an and after Noz. 4. 18!. WESTBOUND. !3enTr i IvKlusley Utah Mex.ACal. Kaa Ex Ti. Branch 3ia line Ft zut p m 1 : .0 a m ar 1:40 pin z:oo pm Calf Limited wo S Tliurs & Sundays only, Yla branch. It Kin 8:15 pm BASTBOUHD. Train Jv Kinsleyfar K. C.,'ar Chic'ffO .Allantc Ex :: o m i:o"S a m io:oo a m bffo. Ez. M11. Bcb Mn lin Ft. ,'byo. Llm, 7:45 am 6:00pm 9:43am 42l 8:'J0 p m :60 a m I Hi 7:25 a ml 7:00 a mlThnm ft Sunday. HUTCHINSON A KINSLBT-Short Line. WBSTBOUKD. I No. Wax. Cal. 1 y.co'm'dt'nl Ml Lv K.C. llvHutchlHiKinsry 2:55 p m 10.41 p ml 1:40 a m I 8:05 a m 1:40 p m BASTBOCND. Atlantic ft lv Kiusley Ar K.C. 7: 0in ar Hutch arC'hlc'po 10:30 pm 7:50 p m V. Y. Brp. ico'mdtn'. : ft No. 6 and 342 make close connections trith (be Friseo at Burton. No. S4l, 942. 45 aud 46 do not run ...

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. — 12 February 1897

S KINL .VDriDi;. Jr. inr.uvu EY "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." -Vol 20. NO 16 KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. FEBRUARY 12, 1897. " By J M.Lewis COUNTY OFFICERS. Samuel W. Vandivert Judfre IBth District J.J. Wrfirht HepresentHtive A. F.Aderbold Clerk D. L. Heath Sheriff A. C.Dyer. County Attorney T. B. Hoffman Treasurer T H. Kvans Register ot Deeds M. isoettener District uiem H. J. Nolile Superintendent J. E. Wire Probate J urine E. P Sbepura.. Surveyor CM. ceacat Coroner COMM 1881 ONERS. J 3 Hoenbausrh First District Saaiiiel Andrews ....Second E. K. Smart l bird " Perlmps Nevada will 111 time send prize fighters to represent the state in congress. If such a thing were possible. Wash ington society ought to feel somewhat abashed at its failure to lionize Mrs. Potninis (ex Queen Lil) and "Corney" Vanderbildt. The Nevada people want money and if prize fighting will bring it, they will welcome the prize fighting. Morality doesn't see...

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. — 12 February 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. . The inventors of the roller boat promise to cross the ocean in three days. Tint story is revived that John Wilkes Booth, the murderer of President Lin coln, is still in the land of the living. - Ehode Island started out to erect a $1,500,000 capitol, and was recently in formed that $1,674,489 more was needed to complete the building. The fire losses in the United States for the last month amounted to nearly 512,000,000, while the fire losses for Jan uary, 1890, were only S3,500,000. The brewers of St. Louis recently conveyed by letter to the Provident as sociation the munificent gift of $20,000 for the benefit of the suffering poor of that city, A KARROW-oacoe railroad has been Invented .which can be moved from farm to farm when crops are to be marketed. Five miles can be laid in a day, and no grading is required. A BKCENT heavy fall of snow in New York city was attacked at once by CoL Waring at the head of an army of 8,000 men and...

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. — 12 February 1897

J EAR lady fair.- 'tis but my heart I send to you this morn. All battered, shat tered, dented and rent and sadly torn; You've played with It for many a day; most cniel sweetheart tn'ne. And now I snd It back to you to be your valentine. Others may bring red roses and sing of Cupid's darts, f mating doves and dimpled loves or prate of bleeding hearts; But I, 1 only send you this 'tis of myself a part; What will you do with It. fair maid, this living, human heart? .Wilt wear It as the roses above your own dear heart? Twill glow and blossom If you will your smile shall cure its smart. , Tou've tossed it back to me so oft, and yet ' 'twas half In play. Ah! keep It now, for Cupid's self brlnp.t it to you to-day! He's sworn to be my messenger, to lay It at thy feet. To use his gentle offices to g-ain It shelter sweet; And should be fail then keep It still; I would not even grieve Tho It were silver-plated, dear, and worn upon thy sleeve. May Eld red Armstrong, in Chicago Tost. HE vicar,, ...

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. — 12 February 1897

THE GRAPHIC - OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEK ubscrlption ........ .$1-00 Per Year Bntr4 t th poitoffloe fa the city of Kinsley as second-class mail ' PRIdXY, February 12 1897. TIME TABLE. A. T. t S. F. R. R, In fleet on and after Nox. 4. 18M. WB8TBOUHD. tenv Dtata lvKiueley 9:25 p m 1:4U a m ar l:0ptn 2:35 pm "calf Limited ko 8 Thura & Sundays only, Via branch, lr Kin 8:15 pm SAtTBOUHD. Train iNo'lv Klnsleylar K. C.-ar Cbic'go AilanteEx 8:85 p m 7:tr a m a m 7:15 a m 14:00 pm I 9:43 a m S:u0 p m:60 a m I Cbgx. Ex. Wild. Bch . Kn lin Ft. Chgo. Llm, 4o 7:25 a ml I 4 1 7:00 a m;Tnun &unaaya. HUTCHINSON KINSLEY Snort Line. -WESTBOUND. I No. Lv K. O. Iv Hutch arKtusl'y 1 1:55 pm 10.40pm 1:40 am Ml 8:oft am 1:40 p in ASTBOURD. Atlantic it fcl llv Kl i t 8:0 'J 342 1 8:8 lv Kinsley Ar K. C.larCbJe'eo 7: 00m 10:30 pm arHutch'7:50 p m K-Y. Kxp a ivoontn No. 6 and 842 make close connections with Ve Frlsso at Burton. .No. Ml. 042, 45 and 48 do not run Sunday. All Information cheerfully Riven. G...

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. — 19 February 1897

QJftAPHIC. T H i KINLE "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." . - Vol 20. NO 17 KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 19, 1897. - Ba J M.Lewis 1 COUNTY OFFICERS. J. E. Andews J udire 33rd District J.F. Ma In Uepresentative A. F. Aderhold Clerk D. L. Heath Sheriff A. C. Dyer County Attorney T. B. Hoffman Trensurer T H. Krana , U' ?ifl'-r of Deeds C. M. Hoettcber District Clerk H. J. Noble...., Superintendent J. E. Wire . . Probate J ud e E. P 8bpara Surveyor W. M. Alexander (Juroner COMMISSIONERS. Joe'Bridfren First District Samuel Andrews Second " U. K. bmart 'I hird irANDElitXGS. Chicago. Feb.. 8, 1897. .Dear Graphic : J Since my last letter we have had two events of importance, viz: The cyele show and the coldest weather in twenty-five years. The cycle show was the'finest exhibit of the kind that has been given up to date, although I expect that the New York display was equal to ours. The show was in the . Coliseum, and every day fro...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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