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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 19 February 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. 'fclNSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. It costs Illinois 8:3,000,000 annually to punish criminals. Thk United States consumed last year more than 4,000,000 bunches of Jamaica bananas. A business firm in Stanford, Ky., always opens the day's business with prayer proprietors, messengers and porters all kneeling1 together. : The statement has been made on high authority that more poetry if written by the inhabitants of Indiana than by those of any other state in the union. . A pbopiiecy of Mr. Edison, the in ventor, is reported to the effect that in three years those of the blind whose optic nerves are in good condition will be able to see. Both houses of the Tennessee legis lature have passed the bill prohibiting the sale of cigarettes or cigarette paper in the state or the giving away of a cigarette or cigarette paper. ' As item of interest in connection with the recent collapse of the steel rail pool is the fact that the Cleveland Boiling Mill Co. has been receiving 510...

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. — 19 February 1897

;aW" leliiUfV ''HafrhplQnry LEASE. Dan'pa. will oo tell me, askeu a small. ' but thoughtful youth, -Why Is a little hatchet called a symbol of the truth?" Why. don't you know?" said Grandpa. Little Bobby shook his head; "I tooly don't." he answered. Then you ought to," Grandpa said. "All ready," he continued, taking Bobby on his knee. , , . "If going to be a story, and you re wide awake. 1 see. . Once on a time a little boy of Just about your lirr . Received a little hatchet from his father for a gift" Oh, what a funny present." thoughtful Bobby cried. "Suppose That boy had chopped his finders off and bloodied all his clothes; I dess his foolish papa then would cry a lot. I say! Why didn't that boy's mamma take the hatchet right away?" "Perhaps she didn't know It." Grandpa laughed: '"at any rate Next morning bright and early rose that little boy elate To try his little hatchet; in his father's garden he Displayed his skill by cutting down a fa vorite cherry tree." "A cherry tree?" c...

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. — 19 February 1897

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL. COUNTY PAPER Subscription . ....$1.00 Per Year Eatorea at tho poatofflo in the ity Kinalay u aecona-clasa mail matter. FRIDAY, February 19 1897. TIME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R. In effect oo and after Not. 4. 18M. WESTBOUND. Denrer . lvKicsley 9:25 p m 1:40 a m art :40 pm 2:35 pm Utah Jtfex.ftCal. Kan Ex vi. .Branch Ma line Ft Calf Limited no 3 Thurs & Sundays only, ia brancb, Ir Kin 6:15 pm KASTBOUKD. Train Iv Klngley'ar K. Car Cbic'aro .Ailantc Ex 8:35 p m 7:05 a m iu:uu a m u:uoa m 9:43 am Cbgo. Ex. Mild, Bch Ma lin Ft. 7:45 am :uu pm 8:00 p m:0:60 a m 7:25 a ml Cbro. Llm. 7:00 a m'Thurn ft Sundays. HUTCHINSON & KINSLEY Snort Line. WESTBOUND. No. LvChlcajro Lv. K. C. 6 8:00 p.m. 9.56 am 1 10:28 p.m. 2:25pm 841 1:2 pm 45 No. Lv K.C. Iv Hutch arKinsl'y Me. Cal. 1 2:55 pm 10.40 pm 1:40 am Acc'm'dt'n S41 8:05 am 1:40 p in ABTBOUND. Atlantic A lv Kinsley Ar K. C. arO'hlc'po li. Y. Exp 3 8:0 6 7 : 00m 10:1(0 p ra Vtco'mdtp'. 842 8:0 ar Hutch 7:50 p m No...

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. — 26 February 1897

Q-RAF ma T H "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Haftds." ' Vol 20. NO 18 KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. FEBRUARY 26, 1897. , Ba JUL wis COUNTY OFFICERS. J. E. Andews Judire 33rd District I J.F. Ma in Representative i A. F.Adernold ciera: D. L. Heath Sheriff A. C.Dyer County Attorney T. B. Huffman TreHSurer T H. Kvans RegJffr of Deeds CM. Boetteher District Clerk H. J. Noble Superintendent J. E. Wire Probate J mine E. f Snepard Surveyor W. M. Alexander Coroner COMMISSIONERS. Joe Bridges First District Sa.uuel Andrews Second " E. K. Smart 'I bird " FtLLSUl'KG. Creamery is all the talk now. The location selected is, we hear, on the corner of Main and Kintuer Sta. Several quite bad cases of the grippe. Among others. Mr. and Mrs. iJoyu and Mrs, Geo. Fell are perhaps the most severe. New blacksmith shop at Fellsburg, on corner of Main street and Peim. Ave, Harvey Welsch is thb smith. ; Eureka school Closed on Friday with a big dinner ahd lots of f...

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. — 26 February 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Miss G,emmo7"s was recently present ed with a 5100,000 fan by younr Air. Gould, her admirer. Thomas A. Edison says that, by a new method of long-range photogra phy, with camera and telescope, now developing, it may be possible soon to stand on a New York sky-scraper and photograph a naval engagement in Sandy Hook. The cheapening of literature in En gland has resulted in the production of books creditably printed and sold for a penny. Dickens, Scott, Goldsmith, Lytton and other standard authors, bound in stiff covers, are now procura ble in this series. Db. Liebeault, the great authority on hypnotism in France, states that it is possible to hypnotize 95 per cent. 01 mankind and that it is easier to hyp notize a man than a woman, on account of it being more difficult for a woman to fix her attention upon a given ob ject than for a man to do so. Capt. Charles Bexdire, of the United States army, died recently in Jacksonville, Fla. lie wa...

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. — 26 February 1897

THE of the r A Woman Copyright. 1805, by Robert Barr. CHAPTER VI. Continued. They made their way to the deck, and linking- arms walked up and down. For a long1 time Wentworth said no-thing, and Kenyon had the tact to hold his peace. Suddenly Wentworth noticed that they were pacing1 back and forth Id front of Miss Brewster, so he con tinued his walk around to the other side of the ship. After a few turns up and flown, he said: "You remember Eivers, at course?" "Certainly." "He was employed on that vile sheet, ihe Now York Argus." "I suppose it is a vile sheet. I don't remember ever seeing it. Yes, I know he was connected with that paper. What then? What has Miss Brewster to do with Rivers?" She is one of the Argus staff, too." "George Wentworth, you don't mean to tell me that!" "I do." "And is she here to find out about the mine?" "Exactly. She was put on the job after Rivers had failed." "George!" said Kvnyon, suddenly dropping his companion's arm, and fac ing him. "What have you to...

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. — 26 February 1897

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Subscription.. $1.00 Per Year Bute red at th postofflca In the oity of Kinalar M aeeoad-olaM mail matter. FRIDAY, February 26 1897. TIME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. B. R. In efleet on and after Nox. 4. 1896. WESTBOUND. Denver 4, No. LvCtatcajro Lv. K. C. lvKinsley Ctata 6 6:00 p. m. 9:56 a m 9:25 p m Mex.ftCal. 1 10:28 p.m. 2:25pm 1:40 am JCan Ez vl. .Branch 341 : 2 pm ar 1:40 pm JMn line Ft. a 1 2:35 pm Calf Limited no 3 Thurs & Sundays only, Tia branch. It Kin 6:15 pm ZABTBOUKD, Train It Klnsley'ar K. C.J ar Chlc'go 10:00 a m 9:43 a m .Atlantc Eil 8:35 p m 17:05; a m 7:45 am 6:00 pm 8:30 p m,o:60a m 7:25 a ml 'tago. Ex. JHizd. Ben Mn lin Ft. 7:00 a mlThurn & Sundays HUTCHINSON KINSLEY Short Line. WESTBOUND. No. Lv K.U. It Hutch RrKlusl'y Mex. Cal. 1 2:55 pm 10.40 pm 1:40 am Acc'm'dt'n S41 8:06 am 1:40 p m ABTBOUND. .tlantie & a. y. Exp Aco'mdto', llv Kinsley Ar K. C.larChlc'jro 8:0 6 3:0 7: 00m iu:.k pm 7:fi0 p m arHutch - No. and 342 mak...

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 March 1897

rjp' (G-JRAFH1C H "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." ' V.l 20. NO 19 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. MARCH 5. 1897 ByJ M.LewisJr COUNTY OFFICERS. J. B. An dews Judge 33rd District J.r. Malta UepresentattT A. F.Aderhold Clerk D. L. Heath Sheriff A.C.Dyer. County Attorney T. B. Hoffman Treasurer T H.Evans Beglster of Deeds u. n . uoeiicaer. . uinnci uen H. J. Noble Superintendent J. B. Wire Probate Judae B. P Sbepard Surreyor W. II. Alexander Coroner COHMIB8IOSKR8. Joe Bridges Saaiuel Andrews. B. K. Smart ....First District ....Second " ....'I bird McKinley's trip to Washington was the most goiKeous presidential proces sion that this country has ever wit nessed. 8eaton's resubmission resolution was Anally disposed of in the house, Tuesday by a vote of 56 to 0. Mr. Afalvn, of this county, again voted for resubmission. Senator Herbert, of Virginia, drop ptd dead at dans at Norfolk recent ly. This lucldent will furnish the anti-dance ' tea...

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 March 1897

(KINSLEY GRAPHIC. "KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Of the ten graves in the cemetery at Forest City, S. D., nine are said to be occupied, by the remains of men that died with their boots on. A medical paper recently asserted that in Wayne county, O., there is a cancer belt, a strip of country 30 miles long by 13 wide; in which five out of every six women have the dread dis ease. President Cleveland recently stated that he was going to devote his spare time during the next few years to the . writing of a book on autobiographical lines, dating from his election to the mayoralty of Buffalo, N, Y., down to March 4, 1897. A Kentucky man buys all the horses he can get at SI a head. He kills them, feeds the flesh to his hogs, sells the hides and bones, and' finds it profitable. "Whenever he buys a horse for SI and he can sell it for S3 he lets it go, other wise it is fed to the hogs. " Gov. Cct.bekson, of Texas, has writ ten President Cleveland a letter, asking him to recommend federal' 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. — 5 March 1897

THE Ml of the or A Woman Copyright, 1805, CHAPTER VII. Continued. "Miss Brewster, it does concern mc it concerns my father, and that con cerns me. I am, in a measure, my father's private secretary, and am inti mately acquainted with all the busi ness be has in hand. This particular business is his affair, and therefore mine. That is the reason I am here. "Are you sure?" "Am I sure of what?" "Are you sure that what you say Ls true?" "I am not in the habit of speaking anything but the truth." "Perhaps you flatter yourself in that case, but it does not deceive me. You merely come here because Mr. Kenyon is in a muddle about what I am going to do. Isn't that the reason?" Miss Long-worth saw that her task was going to be even harder than she had expected. "Suppose we let all question of mo 'tive rest? I have come here I have asked your permission to speak on this subject, and you have given me the permission. Having done so, it seems to me you should hear me out. You say that I should no...

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 March 1897

THE GRAPHIC . OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Bobscriptloa ....l-00 Per Year Bate red at tea oUnflce In the city af Kinsley as eeeeasKlae mall atattar. FRIDAY, MABCH5, 187. 1'IMK TABLE.A. T, fc S. F. R. B. In effect on and after Nox. 4. 18M. ragTBOTjUD. 1 1 iKn if nPhlnuinvt II If. fM K I V 4 tan 6 tt:0U p.m. .6ftani 9:25 pm M-s.l'nl. 1 10:W p.m. 2:26pm 1:40 am Km Bx vi. franco -841 :i P arl0pm i ii line Ft4 45 J 1T:35 pm . nir Limited no 3 Thura Sunday only, ia branch, Iv kin 6:15 pm AST BOUND. Train iv Kinsley ar K. C. lar Chic' a AilantP Kx i:an p m i :v a u Utn :00 im 3 yo p m't3 a ca 1:2S a ru) -70 m mlTfrura & 10:00 a m . hK. R- 9:41 a m Milil, Itch Mn itn Ki. tiloi. I Am. Sunday. HUTCHINaOITIcTi INLET-bort Uno. WST BUUKP. No. Lv K. C.flvHatoh;MrKliisl y Me. Cel. 1 2:36 pm 10.40pm 1:40 am Aco'tn'dt'p S41 I 8:06am' 1:40 pin ' BABTBOUND. nU an tic & Iv Kinsley Ar K. C.larChlc'o-o N. Y. Kki 3 8:0 6 7: COinllO::) pm cc'mUn'. 342 8:0 arHutch'7:S0 j m . No. und3l2 make elose connectio...

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 March 1897

K mLEY H jm .1 . 1 "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." Vol 20. NO 20 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH V2. 1S97 - By J M. Lewis jr COUNTY OFFICERS. J. E. Andews Judge 33rd District J.F. Malln Representative A. f. Aderhold Clerk D. L. Heath.. Sheriff A. C.Dyer County Attorney 1. B. Hoffman Tres surer T H.Evans Register of Deeds CM. Uoettctaer District Clerk H. J. Noble Superintendent J. K. Wire ...Probate Judpe E. P. Bhepard Surveyor W. it. Alexander Coroner COMM IgglOIERS. Joe Bridges First District Saaiuet Andrews Second " B. K. Smart Third " J. W. Breidenthnl has been re-appointed. Bank commissioner. Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher died on the 8th of this month, at the advanced age ot 85 years. ..Japan has not aaopted the single gold standard, notwithstanding the reports to the contrary. Some of the English papers covertly express their opinifjH of Minister Bay aid by snying that they hope his suc cessor is not an orator. The Lexow commi...

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 March 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. "KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. It is reported that the Japanese are Deing educated to eat meat, so that fu ture generations may become more im posing physically than the present rice eaters. It is said that the movement is national and patriotic. Tire Greater New York, it is com puted, will have 4C4 miles of car track within its limits. Philadelphia has 400, St. Louis 291, Baltimore 225, San Francisco 2:jl and Louisville 150. Chi cago has .VJ:; miles and 'Buffalo about COO. Miss Georgia Kichards, of Denver. 5 young woman formerly of Missouri, who occupies the position of clerk oi the district court iu Arapahoe county, Col., receives a salary of 5,000 a year, the largest paid to any woman official in the west. The Workingrnen's hotel, which tho Salvation army has opened in Uostonv charges 5, 10 and 15 cents for lodging,. 3 cents for supper, 5 cents for break fast and 8 cents for dinner. A bath i? free, but not obligatory. The house will contain 100 beds. A rmsoxER...

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 March 1897

ESS of the Mine. rAWmn Intervenes. y Robert Barra Copyright, 1895. by Robert Rarr.J CHAPTER VIII. Coxtixced. Jennie Brewster was seldom seen on tleck. She applied herself assiduously to the writing of that brilliant series of articles which have since appeared in the Sunday edition of the New York Argxis under the general title of "Life at Sea," and which w ere recently issued in book form. As everybody is already aware, her sketches of the penial Xew York poli tician and also of the taciturn English man are considered the finest things in the little olume. They have been largely copied as typical examples of American humor. When Jennie Brew ster did appear on deck, she walked alone up and down the promenade with a sort of half-defiant look in her eye as she passed Kenyon or Miss Long worth, mid she generally passed them together. On this particularly eventful Satur day mornii'g Kenyon and Miss Lon.'j worth had the deck to themselves. The conversation naturally turned to the subject...

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 March 1897

THE GRAPHIC. OFFICIAL CDUXTY PAL'Ett uUciiptu ) '. .$1.00 Per Year ".atrc ut tlic r.orvfl.;e in Tho oily of Kuisley its ccoiid-ciaM mail matter: "" FRIDAY, .MARCH 12, 1897. IT.IE TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R. in 2lt "U flr.'l nt'.T Nojr. 4. 1898. .vfcawursi). i.vr 4.iV- I,v'ti!c;nr.' L.v !. C'.lvKii:sley Mcx.fr' a: I p. El.: pm Ktrt Kjc vi. Hv irch p:n nr 1 :40 pm ?:35 pm Cr.li Limited x 5 & Sunday oaly, ";a branch, Iv i.in ':'''' EAST CUU-Mfc ;Ttln lNo.il v Kinsley ar K. C.'ar Cbic'jto ' 2 1 H m ,7:5 a ra iJO:00 a m I l i A , h m C:oO i-m 3:13 a m AV.."te """v llohj:!! . p m;o:5i) u m t.fcf!. l-lvi.j I 7:ii" s niiTUur.' &S'.indays. t.i iVillNurf & lCIMfLEV-ShortLine. V rsTBO0ND. .).! (.v K. C I iv HuicbiHrK.ill31'y 'er t'n). I 1 I :Kj p m M P ttt 1:40 am - in!fn' ;;t I :"5 a to1 1:40 p in KAST30USD. - Kinsley Ar K. C.lnrt'hlco N. Y. r'tp i L ":0 i- mud li'MO pm MrFutchi7:rH) p tu ' n nj nuike close connections with iit Ffis.ioat Elurtun. So. vi'.. Vt ..n't do not run S...

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 March 1897

LEY (&JRA.PHIC. T KIN H 'A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands.' KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. MARCH 19, 1897. By J M. Lewis Jr Vol 20. NO "21 COUNTY OFFICERS. J A nHawa Jnrtm Mrd District I iJt. Malta BepreaeotatlTo A. F.Aderhold Clerk D. L. HMth.. Sheriff A. C.Dyer..... County Attorney T. B. Hoffman Treasurer T H. Evans Hefflnter of Deed CM. Boettcher District Clerk H. J. Noble Superintendent J. B. Wire. Probate Judae B. P obeperd gurreyor W. JC Alexander Coroner ComiMIORCRS. Joe Bridges Beunuel Andrews... B. K. Smart ....First District ....Second " ....Third - The New Jersey courts bave decid ed that trusts Lave the same rights as individuals. The South Carolina legislature has passed an income-tax law. It begins with 1 per cent on incomes of $1,300 or greater, 1 per cent on $?,000 to $5,000, and on everything above $15, 000 it fs made 3 per cent. The legislature employed, all told, but 182 persons. Two years ago the number of empl...

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. — 19 March 1897

I (KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Tjf Detroit, Mich., a number of lead Ing citizens have presented the Salva tion army with a building- valued at $74,000. SntCK the streets of New York have "been properly cleaned the annual death rate per 1,000 has declined from 26.77 to 19.18. . Tub British Medical Journal makes the announcement that the plague is dying out in India and will probably disappear before the end of May. Thk British government has decided to signalize the occasion of her ma jesty's jubilee by the issue of a new coinage, which will be put in circula tion next June. The design is said to "be of a very handsome and striking character. A leading member of the Atlanta, Ga, bar observed a few days ago, in commenting upon the growth of crime in this country, that to every 50 homi cides committed in the United States, there are only three committed in Great Britain. It is not often that a clergyman in this country accumulates a fortune estimated at from SI 0.000, 000 ...

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. — 19 March 1897

THE MlgKESS talervcnes. g Robert Banyipyy Copyrleht. t&js. by Rabert Birr. CUAPTEXl IX. CoXTI.VtED. Miss Brewster looked up langnidly from her book during the first part of this recital. Then she sprang sudden ly to her feet and threw the book on th deck. "Who is it that will take the tele grams?" she asked the steward. "The mate, miss. There he is stand ing yonder, miss." ' She made her way quickly to that o facial. "Will you take a cable dispatch to be sent to New York ? "Yes, miss. Is it a long one?" he asked. "Yes, it is a very long one." "Well, miss," was the answer, "yon haven't much time to write it. We leave now in a few minutes." "It is all written out; I have only to . add a few words to it." Miss Brewster al once flew to her stateroom. The telegram about the mine was soon be- . fore her with the words eounted, and the silver and gold that were to pay for it piled on the table. She resolved to run no risk of delay by having the message sent "to collect.." Then she dash...

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. — 19 March 1897

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER nbseriptlon 4100 Per Year ntere4 at the postofflee in the city f Kinsley aa aeooad-elass mail matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 19,! J 897. TIME TABLE. A. T. t S. F. B. R, la effect on and after No. 4. 1896. WESTBOCHU. Denver 4. Ctah Mem.A CaL Ku Bz Ti Branch lv Kinsley 9:25 p m 1:10 a m ar l:40pm Mn line Ft. 2:36pm rir r.imitiHl un a Thurs & Sundays only. la branch. It Kin 6:15 pm A8TBOCHD. Train jlv Kinsley ar Chic'gro 10:00 a m Atlantc Bxl 835 p m 7 :45 a in 7:05 am Ctago. Ex. MUd, Beta Ho tin Ft. Cbro. Llm 16:00 pm 9:43 am 8:00 p m 72S a ml 7:00 a m o:auam 'Sundays. HUTCHINSON KlNSLEY-Short Line. WESTBOUND. 1N0. Lv K. C. Iv HutcharKinsl'y Mex.Cal. 1 2:56 p m 10.v p mi 1 :40 a m Acc'mMfnl 841 8:06 a m' 1 :40 p m BA8TBOUHD. Atlantic l it. Y. Kip j a AOC'mdtn'J 842 llv Kinsley Ar K. C.larChJc'go 8:0 a 3:0 7: 00m 10 pm arHutcb 7:.w p No. 6 and 342 make close connections with Jhe Krlseo at Burton. No. S41, 94, 45 and 46 do not run Sunday. 11 information chee...

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. — 26 March 1897

KINSLEY T H i "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 26, 1897 By J M. L ewis3r Vol '20. NO 22 COUNTY OFFICERS. J. E. Andewa Judge 33rd District J.y. Malta Representative A. F.Aderhold ,, Clerk i). L. Heath Sheriff A. r.Dyer. County Attorney T. B. Hoffman Trensurer 1' H . Bra n Beffinter of Deeds C. M. Jloettctaer. District Cleric H. -I. Noble Superintendent J. H. Wire Probate Judjie 2. P Shepard Surveyor W. M. Alexander Coroner COMMISSIONERS. Joe Bridges Haaiuel Andrews. E. K. Smart ..First District ...Second " ...Third " The first month's royalties on W. J Bryan's great book amounted to $16, 000. When the announcement whh made to MzvBiyan that Jie .had tliia nraount to hie credit he promptly turn ed over one-half of the amount to var ious committees to be need in the ad vancement of the free silver cause. The loan companies owning lands in western Kansas have a movement on foot to combine their holdi...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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