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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 30 January 1891

r t mtns It Tf9.rni"" ft-aiti'lsli-,! "et. I-C7. KIxXSjLKY, KANSAS FIUDAY, JANUARY 30, 1391. - Oonsoiidated I --7. VOL. 14 NO. U t t 3 -t 1 ' -V' I : l v- I . f N - 1 it !5S I ' uv.vii we aisie, ;uiu Mu-nii i;i s i:-t lit u p irom aaong me ( rsei s were : - -. ... ; . J t'Vi'h hi-. o tj f-int.-- of jv.r j tin; shaker, "and v n Know i t." " j merely a tai si ii b-xly , t he lvp'.i'.iic.i C. BLYGHAJl K- in y tii-1"? $:-it t'l'iii I-'P r. Notary IPublie, I "-'"'" :a-elv,-.-. ' i r-1 -. ; - t-iji I in : i. : iv k 1 1 :m. : v. ti. i t ri i JTr. MiiH then liittaiutca 1:1 Uauae J e:i-Ii-s toalJ ooutf mptuous! v call ill - " i' i'?eu n-rc li.'t to 1-e lai.-t;ikt:i, ti at the sneukpr f ill! erii.!iiel j.I a rTaii t U I. as lei;;v.-k wcr.! !t !.;;!$ U .-W Were 10- v;ii uot an honorable p-ju:!e:;i v.i. A j stnttc 1 at tlia h.1N a voting capacity ' ct-:;t 'VV frutu I-jwis. iiiintite -r two I.it-jr KprestOiLalive ! vv iiich ti.re:;tv';is the lies' ;-;ji:t ion vi Noitii i---r:il ti:..' lii-st of ...

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 January 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC criccs CKtvisiUKi puDiisnera. KINSLEY, KANSAS THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tiie Dally News. CONGRESS. The Senate on the 21st wrangled all day ever the approval of the Journal and a fltrht on the part of the Democrats against the elections bill and the adoption of the closure rule, and at midnight adjourned without ac complishing any thing. .. .The House had a stormy session. Mr. Mills (Texas) was es pecially severe upon the Speaker, and the proceedings were turbulent, but the Journal was Anally approved, and the District of Co lumbia bill as taken up and finally reported to the House, but when a vote was readied the Democrats left the House and, no quorum being present, an adjournment was forced. Whkn the Senate met on the 22d no quorum was present, but within a half hour a suffi cient number of Senators appeared and the ilght on the change of rules was resumed, which continued until it was finally agreed to take a recess until next morning The proceedings of t...

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 January 1891

iELSHAZZAR'S-' FATE. Ir. Talir.ago on tiie Downfall of . ' Babylon. Vwilera of th An-Ient City Th Haad ' writine on tho Wall Kin. Kuquet mud It Inevitable Itesult Preparing -or the Uit Iy. In a rceont errmoii delivered at Urooklyii and Sew York Hev. T. De "Witt Talmnge took his text from Daniel v. 30: "In that eight was LSelshazzar, "the Kin;; of tho Chaldeans, slain." lr. "Talmage said: After the site of Babylon bad beon iselected two million of men were em ployed for the construct iion of the wall ;and principal works. The walls of the -city were sixty miles in circumference. 'They were surrounded by a trench, out of which had been dug the material for the construction of the city. There were twenty-tive gates of solid brass -on each side of the square city. .Be tween every two gates a great watch tower sprang up into the heavens. From each of the twenty-live gates, on either side, a street ran straight through to the irate on the other side, so that there were lifty streets, each...

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. — 30 January 1891

TH KIJiSLY GRAPH!- TEilMS: 4t J50 per year In K'vnnca ' iiwe y.arali Are, outh Edwards Co. Ban Rnterel ai the poft oAice i. Kinr'.y M Tecond-eiaaa mall matter. aniaos a ckkviSpo-k. Kdttora an J rnp. P At DAY. JANTJ AMY i IKJl. A Present ToOii Stterihers! It Is with pleasure inns we ntuuunw to our many patrons that we have made arrangements with that wide awake, illnstarted farm magaiune. the American Farmer, i.ublibhed at Fort Wayne. Indiana, and read by nearly '21)0.000 farmers by which that great publication will be mailed direct, FKEK. to the n1drei ot any of our subscribers who will come in and pay up all arrearages 'n subscription and one year in odrance from date, and to ny newsubscrlUr wiio will pay one year in advance V!..h ia a grand op portunity to obtain a first-class tart journal free. Tin American V a . is a lirf 1 8-page journal, of nati circulation, ' which ranks anions the eading agricultural papers. It treats the questions of economy in Rgrlcul- Iture aua tne rignia...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 30 January 1891

I i -.. X : timetable. ATCHISON TOfKA FEB.B. cbeJul tn effect, jBnuarf 27th. 1SSI. TRAINS UOIKO CAST. No. . Atlantic Kxpres. Dfp 10:45 am " 4 New crk Express. lep. . firil A M m-i,i..i:...,. ' Arrives 7:a M -.. 1 j Deparia 7:0 M Mo. HIvor Express fi:7 P M 4 local FieiuUt Arv t:15i at THAISS nOINO WEST. y -. 1 San Fnrjcisco Express. ..Arr.f:55 P M M-ir- A lnero Ex Dep.. Si:uo p M " i)fl!HT 1' Itlll lis. Arr 8:05 PM - " ' ' f.ep.. :;!5PM - Oildrailo Exnr"KB.rrive8. . .. J2:2S p M S 1-ocal Freight ll:"p M Nos. .1. 4, Oil ait'l :U2 are via. C. K. & W. Vm'i!i--s 47 rtn.1 4iilniiy except Sunday. All ithertr in3 daily, C. K. V; , it. It. thains Annivi.-r: I'llOd TntEAST. N oil AccotniiiOiiit! n I :' P. M TH.'.f'.S CJO'Nej EAST. Nr. TU'J A of (.in:'i'.liitiin 3:00 P. M Iai!y fjxer-pt tin-lity. P. t SPl'ItGIN. Acent. A 'yjti.se prepare! upon the subject F lrrlstion by Jada J. "W. Gregory, cf Gi r&ea City, will be found in this issue. Atkins, the photographer goes away March 15. If yo...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 30 January 1891

DEADLY -DAMP. -Awful Explosion In a, Pennsylvania Mine. E HU5DRED A5D TEX MEN DEAD. JUay of the Bodies Shockingly Mutilated Stricken Wives and Children Sorrow In Their Huta A a Unfortunate Superintendent YonsowooD, Pa., Jan. 28. The dark--est page in the history of the coke regions was written yesterday, 110 names of dead miners being' enrolled on it- The mine is on fire and fifty feodiea will never be recovered. Rarly in the morning' a merry shift of miners at Mammoth mine No. 1, of he Frick Coke Company, went 'down "into the bhaf t, glad to be on the roll for -another day's wages, as they were be emiDg far too few during the late de pression in the coke trade. A few minutes after 9 o'clock a faint puff of dust rolled from the mine, but it carried with it over 100 souls into -ternity. There was no sound, no shock and no thine to show that anv thing1 was wrong but the faint cloud of dust. Soon the worst began to be feared and a hasty investigation showed that Che puff of dust meant ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 30 January 1891

"a 6 6 I a I 1 ' 0 i KANSAS STATE NEWS. ALiel Cnshman died near Atchison the other day at the age of 94 years. He had resided in the county thirty-two years. A syndicate composed of Chicago, St. Louis, Wichita and Galveston capitalists proposes to build a large elevator at Wichita. W. W. Curdy, one of the largest dry goods merchants of Topeka, made a voluntary assignment in behalf of his creditors. The total liabilities are SoO, S33.49. The Glen Elder bank that closed its doors temporarily on account of the failure of the American National Hank at Kansas City, Mo., has resumed busi ness. The dead body of Mollie Woods, a notorious woman, was recently found in a lonely place at Galena. Two bullet holes were in the head showing that she had been vi ordered. Paul Hedillton, aged 12 years, and Thomas Morgan, aged 18, were both drowned the other afternoon while bkating on Dutch creek, near Winfield. Paul broke through where the water was fifteen feet deep, and cried pitecus ly to Morgan t...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 30 January 1891

TEMPERANCE CGLUKN, KiBSLEr W. C. T. V. Meeting will bo held on Thursday after noon of euf.'b week at the reHiclenee of .Mrs. Milncr, beginning promptly at 3 o'clock. First Tuesday Hiblo Keadias isetjonil Tuowday Business Meeting 'i'hird Tuearlay ;.. Mother' it Meeting: Fourth Tuesday . .Ueaponaire bebding V'i 1 1 h 'rtlrw.litv l.iliTMrv i: LASTS FK03I THE RAM 8 HOES. The biggest coward yon will find any where is the man who is afraid to do light. It is only now and then that the Lord can find a man who will do to trust with money. -When you ask God fr anything, believe in immediate results, and you will get them. ' You can never bo square on God's Looks as lony'as you owe anybody else anything. The man who loses his religion when he is tired, didn't have right kind to begin with. It' the devil couldn't get men to doubt the goodness of God, ho could never get their souls. The lirst glass is the most danger ous because it opens the door for all tho others.. The devil never stays awake...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 6 February 1891

arm V -5 -- " - j- v, -EL K M- it V ji JL xj- f-"t Orarbic KstabllHhfKl ent KINSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY G, ISJU. Iluuuer K-laUliniei Jan.-ls7 ConsoHdatci 1S8T VOL. 11 NO, 15 RU S 1 iV F.SS C AR DS yy; a bijsgham Notary IPublie, Kinsley, Kansas. :niITton Hotiiie Lnn1. Iitiirni''o Afri. . -t(ii()s t Ltnul ifctnttt fVusi'Mi null it.'i. nn! I h ayiinm f xfR for nou-rcsiiicntr, nml tuHKL'S. ti(uHteat(. pre-uii4Lnm tuil liiiilit-t culture itti mm Mri fiiuil ror'.s- Oflice ti Sixrft trtnit ier " AImiik. Ay 11. KKENCH, ATTORITEY AT LAW Will prncttre In nil tli& eoir In F'lvflMs 1 rid (ijoin(n! cotiul ics. Also rt f.'iii'l lo:i Man miti t jfciioii business. o:ll(c over Ta tiim & Co flru- Htore. G M. SKACAT, PEYSUIAU &SUR3E01T, VK l X K Y , KANSAS. Otlicc one door ear.t ot Po;it. iltico. on Kiir' l-.ii.-Lt Street. Kcsiiloiice T 7 jr. noun, V ; civ. j.sCLio, KINSLEY. KANSAS. Second Hand -c,tore. ini.l. Ntwin; tmii'li i :ut rc!,wrt-l. J L. GRABB, TIIK Optiei ician and Jeweler ...

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. — 6 February 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC GRICCS & CREVISTON, Publishers. KINSLEY, KAKSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tb.a Dally News. CONGRESS. TTHKW the Senate joet on the TtYi Mr. Stewart had a telegram read from Senator Stanford in which the latter Senator declared opposition to the cloture rule. The appor tionment bill was then taken up. the ques tion under consideration being that of in ereasinx the number of members of the House from 3SS to Otitx. No action was reached before adjournment The most of the day in the House was taken up in considering the military academy bill in Committee of the Whole, and little progress had been made at adjournment. Ths Senate on the 29th passed a bill creat ing the office of Third Assistant Postmaster. General and took up the apportionment bill, the amendment to Increase the number of members of the House from 356 to 8)0 being under consideration, which was defeated and the bill finally passed as it came from the House. On Mr. Blair's motion the Senate took...

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 February 1891

ONE THING LACKING. Ir. Tflimage Appeals to Those Hot Yet Christiana. True Religion Source of Ilapoinei Plenty of Work For Christians Uncer tainty or Life The Saviour Kver In a late sermon at Brooklyn Kev. T. ."ADeWitt Talmage took his text from Mark x. 21: "One thing- thou lackest." lie said: The young man of the text was a splendid nature. " We fall in love with "him at the first glance, lie was amiable, frank, earnest, educated, refined, re spectable and moral, and yet he was not -a Christian. And so Christ addressed hitn in the words that I have read to you: "One thing1 thou lackest." I sup pose that the text was no more appro priate to the young man of whom I have just spoken than it is appropriate to a great multitude of people in this -audience. There are many things in which you are not lacking. For instance, ;you are not lacking in a good home. Neither are you lacking in the refinements and courtesies of life. You understand the polite phraseology -of invitation, regard and ...

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 February 1891

3! J THE KIKSLY GRAPH!. TEUMS: tlJM per year I : uiivanci jfSice 31rh Are., south Edwartis Co. Hun Enteiett ot tli- post ollioe at Kinsley as I Secssd-elass ri.ul matter. iisnrn. ripmns. .crkvistds. G31GG3 & CSSVISiO, trillion t. n -! I'rttp . A Present ToOa l'Siibsfilkrs! It. is with plesisure that we announce 'to our many-.patrons that we have made arrangements with mat wide : siwakc, illuststrted farm mairaaine. the Ainei icsm Farmer. published at Fort Wstyne. Indiana, and read by neatly ' 200,000 tanners by which that irreat publication will be mailed direct. 1'liEK. to the addresp ot any of our ; su hs.-ribers who will come in sunt pay . up all arrearages on subscription and one year in ad value from dt e, stud t nr:v lie w subscriber who will pa-' one year in advance. This is a errand op- ponunifcv to obtain a hrst-class Isirm iounia.1 Tree. Thr American Farmer is st lai'ije bl p t". .j iurnal. of national .circulation, which ranks nnmnir the esvditijf H-ri letiHural paper...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 6 February 1891

THE EIKSLEY GRAPHIC. FHID.VT. FECnUARr . mi. ATCHISOS TOPEKA Je SANTA FEH.H. ischciiite in elect. January 27th. ISOl. IIS GOING EAST. S. 2 . -' P.xpre. T'.'O 10: to am " 4 New V.-rk Ljrww. Uep. . r A M chic.. t.rr. ir0'l 2 K Mr. I'iv-i-r Kapreft- :7 p M 4 l-oivl 'reijiii Arf B:15a M TRAINS OOIXO WEST. At sins, the photographer goes away March 15. If you want any of those finely finished photographs, you had better '-pc.se' ' Ile'ou ruber tlie date. Xo photos af ter March 10. Don't wait till the last few days;, but come at once so your work can be finished here. better place to do it than here, where three hundred days in the yeur we can work without interruption from the elements and feel like having a ball game every evening. It is in the air. Joe Uishop has again been confined to his bed, and at the present writing is lying quite low, but litt'.e hopes be ing entertained of his recovery. . i - -ri-;- F)xireF. .. Arr.--.:"5 r m " With land values as low as they are V"i & jinn i...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 6 February 1891

IN DIRE PERIL. Number of Michigan Fishermen Afloat on the Xce. TUB SEAS BUSSING VERY RICH. A. linrrlrane Mowing ud No Sight of the floe Mid the Missing Hen How the Dlwuter Occurred Steamers to Be Sent Out. Bay- City, Mich., Feb. 4. Much ex citement prevails here concerning re ports that many fishermen have drifted . into Lake Huron on an ice field, carried oat of the Saginaw bay by a strong south wind yesterday forenoon. The fishing' village is about fifteen miles -northeast of this city and five miles from land. It is estimated that 200 Truer were engaged in spearing fish and Jt lie first reports are to the effect that all re lost. Toward evening several of the fisher men reached Essex village, a suburb of "thin city, and reported that most of their companions had reached the shore 'in safety. The best authority obtain able places the number of castaways at from twenty to fifty. Those acquaint m! with the situation say they will reach hore before the ice passes outside of taginaw b...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 6 February 1891

1NSAS' STATE NEWS. The .AlUane Caucai. The esriciis of the Alliance member of the LegiiJature to select a candidate for United States Senator met at To peka on the evening' of the 2th and were in session the greater part of the night. Eighteen ballots were taken be fore a choice was reached. All candi dates were excluded from the caucus and the first ballot resulted: Peffer 35. Elder 10, Willitu 12, Iavis 4, Bridenthal 8, Doster 5, Snyder 2, Vrooman 3, Rice 1, Cogswell 2, Overmeyer 1, Scott 2, Maxon 2, Olds 2, Hurt 2, Osborn 1, Har ris 1. The balloting continued with Peffer in the lead. Willits and Elder ran up to 20 votes on several ballots and on the seventeenth ballot Peffer received 48, Willits 44 and Elder 1. The eight eenth and decisive ballot resulted Pef fer 54, Willits 39, and Judge Peffer was declared the nominee of the Alliance. SARSAPARIULA. M lacellaneoua. Eight kegs of beer in the National Hotel at Leavenworth were recently seized by the police. Judge Peffer, recently ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 6 February 1891

3 5 THE LATFST. Kind-hearted Servant I can give you a eup of coffee, too; but it's eold. Homeless Wanderer All right; fetch it along I carry this here little alcohol stove for just such emergen ciea. Puck. THK DpvIL OF IT. ''George callg. me his. idol, and says I shall never have totk anythmg but let Lira worship mo." "Well, afte.- you 're married he "11 Unci plenty for, idol hands to dp."- ejlKAT RECORD. Minister Have, ypu ever cast your bread upon the waters ... Mrs. lUverbank (proudly) Never, since mv first batch. Ex. I'ilET A11E NOT K EFEATED SO OFTEX. 'Have you ever, noticed Ijjow the hint words great men cling to our memory?" "Ilusiphl They don't stick half so yell as the last words olsmall women. Kx. HIS PACE. Wood If I had my choice. I would siend mv. summers in Newport and my winters, in Florida. Ityde What would you do in Spring and autumn? )Vood Oh, I would be failing in New York. Ex! MET HIS MATCH. Parkins What a magnificent wo man Cashly's. wife is! Harkins 'Ya-as, but,...

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 February 1891

Oraohic Established Sept, 1C7. iwnuer KsutbltsUed Jan, 1367. KINSLEY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1891 f Consolidated 1887. VOL. 14 NO, 16; BUSINESS CARDS C. BINGHAM Notary IPublie, Hinslsv, Kansas. Collection Home Land. Insurance A(rt. At lends toIjin funtcsu. Ponshm luattei. aw. In payment of axcs for non-residents, nd nukes homestead, "re-eniption and lunuei culture ratrtes at-d Otmi proofs. Oifice oa biitb street Dell door to Alaiuo ATT0A2TEY ATLAW Wjir practio lo all tha courts to Edwards adjoining counties. Also do Land. Pen sion and Collection business. Oitii-e over T tum St Co drur store. lk.insley - - la.ita.- M. SEA CAT, PHTSIJIA1T &SURGE01T, KIXiLEY, KANSAS. Ofiloo onadoor oust of Post Office. Residence tu East Ejrht Street . J. KOBB, Att'y cct JDazo KINSLEY. KANSAS. Y A. SNOW, Second Hand Store. All kinlof pcpoihI bmio eoods lxjLrht and ioid. fcewinx machines repaired. c. H. ijKir.LINT.TON, Fashionable Merchant Tailoring PRICES LOW. SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED. JilNSLE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 13 February 1891

i " i i s ! : II! is I. I THE KINSLEY GKAPHIO CRICCS & CREVISTON, Publishers. KINSLEY KANSAS THE WOULD AT LAEGE. Summary of the ID ally Newa COSCRESS. AFTER routine business In thePenateon the 4th and a colloquy between Senators Coekrell ane I)awes aa to the source from which petitions on the Conner lard bill em anated, the fortifications bill was considered at length and finally passed. Pending con sideration of the military academy bill, which was next taken up. the Senate ad- Joarned Soon after the House met it went into Committee of the Whole on the sundry bill. When the Committee rose the . diplomatic appropriation bill was passed. The conference report was adopted on a bill to proTlde an additional Justice for the Su preme Court of Arizona and the House ad journed. Wb the Senate met on the 5th Mr. In fralls, rising to a question of privilege, said that as his action of pairing with Senator Allison during the late contest in the Senate and hia attitude on the cloture rule a...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 13 February 1891

LESSONS OF THE SXOW. jl Midwinter IisooursQ By Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage. A Seon That la Orosl y Maligned Great t'omrort la Small Thing Karthly Woes Olten lileaglngK The Only I'uri tleatioa. In -a late sermon at Brooklyn Rev. T. 35eWitt Talmage took Ms text from Job -acxxviii. 22: ' Hast thou entered into -the treasures of the snow?" He said: . Grossly maligned is the season of winter. The spring1 and summer and .autumn nave had many admirers, hut winter, hoary headed and white bearded winter, hath had more enemies than friends. Vet without winter the hu man race would be inane and effortless. Von might speak of the winter as the mother of tempests; I take it as the father of a whole family of physical, mental and spiritual energies. At this season of the year when we are so fa miliar with the snow, these frozen va pors, the falling1 blossoms of the sky, those white ang-els of the atmosphere, I turn over the leaves of my Bible and though most of it was written in a clime where snow sel...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 13 February 1891

THE KIKSLY GRAPHI. J 1.50 per year la advanoa Office Marsh Ava., south Edward Co. Baa Entered t t!Te post olRce at KiCTley as ' aer-asd-c'iass mail matter. KKKV 11. OFtirjOS. r.n. W. CREVlSTOK. omoas & cue rcs row, I lltor una 1'roiw. KlifDAT, FEBllUAItY la. JKH. A itentTo Our Subseribers! It. is with plca-ure that we announce ' to our many patrons that we have made arrangements with that wide- iiwuki', illustarted farm mag-HZine. the Ameiican Farmer, publishcl st Fort Wavne, Indiana, and read by nearly 200,1 )0 farmers by which that preat publication wi'.l be mailed direct, l-'KiCE. lu the addre.su ot any oT our sui.s'Tibers who will come In and pay up all arrearages on subscription and one yenr in advance from date, ami to inv new subscriber whn will pav one year in advance. This is a grand op porni nil. v to obtain first-class larm journal I'ri-o. Ths American Farmer is a lre lrt-pao journal, of national circulation, which ranks among: the ' adiufr agricultural papers. It tre...

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