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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 22 October 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC: KINSLEY, KANSAS . CURRENT COMMENT. According to estimates, the Ken York mayoralty campaign will cost $1,000,000. . A Massachusetts man, 72 years old, was recently sent for two years to the penitentiary for stealing1 three bens. The pollution of the streams from which large cities obtain their water supply by the offal of cities is a matter to which the attention of congress will soon be directed. There are 60 modern steamships fit for cruising now available by the United States navy in case of war, ex clusive of regular war vessels building or in commission, and there are rapid fire guns enough to equip 15 of them within a week. A special agent of the department of agriculture at Washington for some time past has been engaged in testing various kinds of foods and drugs to as certain to what extent adulteration and substitution is practiced by man ufacturers and dealers, and the inves tigation proves that the markets are full of articles which are not what consumers ...

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 October 1897

CAPTAIN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN CIIAKI.ES KING. ICopyrigbt. IBM, by J. B. Llpplncott Co. XVII. COXTIXUED. Uut the sereeant dared not take tbe responsibility of disregarding his in structions, and was wiser than Lam lert in the wiles of Indian warfare. "Pd go myself gladly, lieutenant." he iid. "but orders are orders, and a party of, four or five would be surrounded :ind cut off and massacred before you falily realized that an Indian was near you." Then Lambert hod appealed to " the Texans, and the captain had re plied as above; and then, just when he was giving up in despair, a sergeant . :ind two men, dust-covered and with horses in a lather of foam, rode furi ously in from the Waco trail. "Is it true?" cried the sergeant, as h? saw the unusual gathering at camp. "We met a feller half-way over to Bra yos riding like hell, warning folks the Indians were to the north, and he said they had jumped the stage this side of Cliente. It's true? And yon haven't done anything? Mount every sound man ...

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 October 1897

THE GRAPHIC. OKFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY Subscription. .$100 Per. Year. Entered at the Post-omce in the City of Kin sley, Kanitqs, us second-class mail matce. FRIDAY, OCTOJJER22, 1897. T ME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R. In eflect on and after May 30. 18VT WESTBOUND. Denver A. No. LvG'blcasro Lv. K. C. lvKlusley Utah 5 :00 v. in. 9.55 a in :25 p m Mex.&Cul. 1 10:28 p.m. 2:J5pm J:W a in Mixed Urancb'U41 9:20 pm ar 1:40 pra MnjiueJKt. 4J J g :35 pm EA8TBOUKD. Train No. lv Kinslcyjar K. C. ar Chic'go AlluntcEx 2 8:31 pm 7:05 am :3am C'bffo. Ex. 7 :.V. u m Wi-MO vm 3:13 a m Mixd. Hen Sri 3vjo p m b:50am Mn lin Ft. 4tl a iu No. 6 and 342 make close connections with the Friso at Ilurton. No. 341, 342, 75 aua 70 do not run Sunday . For Information reourdinir through car ac commodations, rates, tickets, btiKgage etc., call on or address. G. A. ROSE, Ajrent. or W.J. Black, G. P. A.,Topeka. StaTblo HORSES CATTLE FURNITURE sold, bring to Cy John son's Auction Stable. Public JS A.rr I...

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 October 1897

MY (&11APEDTC THE K "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds,' Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands.' Vol i. NO i j KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY. KANSAS. OCTOBER 29. 1897. By J M.Lewis Jr. JfOPULIST TICKET. For Judge of theWrd. Judicjaal District of Kansas. J. E- ANDREWS of Rush county For County Clerk, C. C. CORMACK, For County Treasurer, JAMES I, BRELSFORD, For Sheriff, WILLIAM POLING. For Register of Deeds H. ACHBUR REEDER. ForJSurveyor, E. P, SHEPHERD. For Coroner, - DR. WM. M.' AXEXANDEB, For Commissioner 2nd. Dist. JOHN DEM AIN. OUR CANDIDATES, Theie was some lioiibt as to Cor- mack's election wUen he was nomi nated, but that doubt has been blown aside, He has not lost a day from his school teaching, for as he says his family needs the money that he earns by teaching, and so he could not afford the luxury of making a cam paign. The malicious yarns circulat ed about him by the republicans have had the opposite effect to what his euimies expected, and ha will get a better vote ...

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 October 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. A thought-rkgistkring machine is in operation in Paris. . It is stated that the entire debt of Iowa will be paid off within a year, and that the levy for 1899 will be re duced to 2.' 4 mills or less. Vegetarians at London recently celebrated the jubilee of the first founded society to advance the crusade against the consumption of meat. I'p to within a few days ago there had been 498 suicides in New York and Brooklyn since the beginning of the year, of whom 328 were men and 163 women. . Is Brooklyn over 9,000 men joined in a demonstration against the use of profane and blasphemous lan guage the other Sunday, by marching through the streets with banners and Hags flying and participating in a re ligious service. ' There were 589 casualties in the railway mail service during the past year in which 19 clerks lost their lives: S3 were seriously and 7 slightly in jured. This is a larger number of casualties and fatalities than has oc curre...

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 October 1897

CAPTAIN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN CIIABE.ES KING. ICopyrlKht, 1894, by J. B. IJpplncott Co. . XVIII. CONTINUED. Floyd Walton, though in civilian lres had promptly piunff to his feet to salute them, but they recognized him instantly and heartily shook his hand and congratulated him on his re covery and on the honors he had won. And then it transpired that he, too, had come to see if he could be of serv ' ice to Mrs. Sweet, and Waring suddenly bethought him, of a story he had heard about the Quitman days. A fellow of infinite tact was Waring when he chose to be, and, after a few words of cordial gieting to the fair passengers, he winked at his comrade, the aide-de-camp, as he said he must hasten back to battery duty. And so, even when the sergeant would have defer entially fallen to the rear, it was that distinguished non-commissioned ofti . cer who gave his arm to the younger of the two ladies in response to War ing's calm "Mr. Walton will take charge of Miss Sweet," and while the mother otmi...

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 October 1897

.1 4 THE GRAPHIC. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY A VP COUNTY guitscijiFjrioN. , . , , ,$100 Feu. Year, nterad t ttfe Post-office In thp City or Kin sley, Kansas, as second-class mitil matfe. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1897. T..ME TABLE, A. T. & S. F. R. R. In edectoD and after May 30. 18U7 WESTBOUND. leaver , (J tad Mex.ft Cut IvKlt-sley 9:25 p in am arl:4ppra 2:35 pm Mixed B'cb Mn line i t Ne. a, California Limited, leave Chicago on Wed'idays and SfU'days at 6 p. m.. leaven K. C. at:S. m. arrives at Kinsley on Thurs day and buqday at :ia. . ASTBOUKp. Train No. lv Klnsleyiar K. C. ar Cnic'go jvtlantc Ex B:i p in 7:ia m 7:r". a m :W) pm srjo p ma:0u a u 7;2S a inj v a ui 9:44 a m Mixd. Uch Mn tin Pt. No. 4, California Lira. leave Kinsley at 10,10 a. in. No. 8 and 342 make close connections with the Frisuo at Burton. No. 841. 842, 75 and 76 do not run Sunday. For information recmrdinw through car ac commodations, rates, tickets, immune etc call on or address. G. A. KOS$, Agent, o W.J. ULACK.G.p....

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 November 1897

T NSLKY G-BAPHIC H EX "Jl Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." V0U21. NO 2 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY KANSAS. NOVEMBER. 5 1897. By J M.Lewis Jr. ELECTION RETURNS. RESULT OF THE VOTE IN EACH PRECINCT ACCORDING TO THE UNOFFICIAL RETURNS, .- ? 9 r f s " S 'candidates. ? . " " g ' J. E: Andrews- 00 00 53 31 61 129 23 2o 23 51 H. V. Grinstead. 00 00 - 45 36 61 115 33 21 17 C. C. Cormack.. 00 00 46 24 43 86 14 17 10 a! P. Aderhold. .00 00 51 41 78 153 42 28 31 187 J. I. Brelsford. 00 00 50 24 45 115 13 34 13 T. B. Huffman. 00 00 47 43 77 128 44 13 27 68 Wm. Poling. 00 00 53 22 52 89 " 11 18 16 F. S. Avery. 00 00 43 44 71 155 44 27 34 115 ,H. A. Reeder. 00 00 43 26 42 99 17 19 14 James McCarthy. 00 00 54 40 77 143 38 20 25 137 E. P. Shepherd. 00 00 51 20 41 134 21 24 22 S. T. Manuel. 00 00 42 40 80 105 34 22 19 22 Wm. Alexander. 00 00 53 33 55 117 29 28 11 20 C. S. Uaughman. 00 00 45 33 06 125 28 16 29 John Demain. 59 22 23 Zimmett. . 01 34 23 The' a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 5 November 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Dr. J. C. Spescer, bacteriologist of the San Francisco board of health, re cently reported that he bad discovered the bacilli of tuberculosis in a Chinese .made ciprar which he examined. The new roller boat recently tested at Toronto, Ont., which was expected to cross the Atlantic at a speed of 40 miles an hour, disappointed the in ventor by refusing to go faster than tbc miles an hour. Thk Chinese laundryman at Muncie, Ind., who has been boycotted by the labor unions, has the advantage of be ing' able to live and save money on an income that would mean starvation tc any competitor without Mongolia? blood. . One million dollars' worth of special bonds, each of the denomination ol 8100 and bearing live percent, interest, are to be offered for sale to the work ingmcn and women of Chicago. Banks and large investors are not expected to buv these bonds. Recent corrections in the statistics of the union army in the civil war swell the aggr...

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 November 1897

( Cuyrigit. i8j. by J. B I. THE BEGINNING OF THINGS. la the days before the new era, Alla- coocbee was a dead-alive village with a tiDgle street climbing from the ferry landing on the river bank up to the ' weather-beaten courthouse on the first flope of John's mountain. If it differed from other inland county seats in " northern Alabama it was on the 6ide of drowsiness and shabby inconse quence.' Its reason for existence was purely geographical; the Chiwassce valley divides Chilmath county into halves, and the ferry was a point ao- cessible to the farmers in the valley and to the dwellers on Jubal moun- ' tain on the east and John's mountain on the west. In the sprinkling of weather-worn buildings strewn upon the hillside facing the river, but three were relatively notable. One was the courthouse, wooden, two-storied, with a classic porch out of which tumbled a cataract of steps flowing down to the head of the street. Another was Cat " ron's store, low and windowless in the rear an...

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 November 1897

THE GRAPHIC. OEFICIAL PAPER Of CITY 'AND COCNTT Subscription; $100 Per. Year. Entered at the Pint-office in the City of Kin sley, Kansas, iu seeoail-alAM mail matte. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1897. .T ME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R.R. In efloct on and after October 29, 18U7 WB8TBODHD. Denver A.iNo Utah 5 i Mex.t 'al I MixerlB'cb ;MI Mn line Ft. r, LvChic-ujro bv. K. C. lvKtiisley 9:25 p ra 1 :4U a in ar 1 :4u pin 2:35 pm n:uu p. in. .S5 a m l):2X p. in. I 2:25 pra V.Sii pin No. 3, California Limited, leaven Chicago on ' Wed'sda y and Kafdays al 6 p. m., leave K. C at 9:25 a. in. arrives at Kiimley on Thurs day and Sunday at 6:13. EAMTBOUND. Twin No.'lv Kinsley jar tv. C ar Chic'go Alliinte Ex H-.si p m T.in a m a ni 7:.Vu in W:U0 pm 9:43 am S-.'M p mjo:V)a in I;20 a ui I Cbtfo. Ex. Mix.l. Ucb Mn liu Ft. ' No. 4, California Lira. leaves Kinsley at 10.10 a. m. No. 6 and 342 make close connections with the FriHo at Burton. No. 841. 342, 75 and 70 do not run Sunday. For information reourdinir ...

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 November 1897

OWSLEY O-JEAP: C. H 'A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands.1 Vol 21. NO 3 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUJSTY KANSAS. NOVEMBER, 12 iS97. By J M.Lewis Jr. t: ELECTION RETURNS. RESULT OF THE VOTE IN EACH PRECINCT ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL RETURNS, ? E 3 ? 5 - c s o o 5 P I 5. . ? 4 . C A OTID A TES . " P J. E.Andiews- 27 52 51 31 61 129 23 II. V. Grinstead. 20 20 43 30 01 115 33 C. C. Cormacic. 19 3 40 24 43 80 14 A. F. Aderhold. 25 30 51 41 78 153 42 J. I. Brelsford. 23 49 49 25 45 115 13 T. B Hoffman. 25 31 46 43 77 128 44 Wm. Poling, 20- 55 53 22 52 89 - 11 F. S. Avery.' 21 25 45 44 71 155 44 H. A. Reeder. 22 43 43 20 42 99 17 James McCarthy. 24 35 54 40 77 143 38 E. P. Shepherd. 21 47 50 20 41 134 21 S. T. Manuel. 23 28 41 40 80 105 34 Wm. Alexander. 29 52 51 33 55 117 29 CI S. Baughman. 16 27 43 33 06 125 28 John Demain. 59 22 Zimmett. 61 34 COUNTY OFFICERS. J. E. A.xtews Juire 33rd Distric J F. Mh In. ..KtpresentHtive .A. F. Aderhold... f). L. Hoat...

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 November 1897

1 KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Ik 22 ports along the United States coasts modern defenses are under con struction. Twenty-eight girls in Omaha, Neb., lave formed a society to suppress the tobacco habit. The chance that a passenger will be billed on a railway in this country it one in 2,827474. A becest dispatch from Havana said that people there were dying from starvation at the rate of 45 a day. Montana's total output of gold, sil ver, -copper and lead during 1896 was valued at S50.732.099, or over SI, 000 for every voter. An insurance society, to be called In dustria, is being formed by employers throughout Germany to insure against , loss arising from strikes. The Spanish minister of finance ad xnits that the Cuban war costs S9,000,000 a month, and that the amount of pay due the Spanish soldiers is $00,000,000. Col Anthont R. Kuser, of Trenton, 7i. J., has entered upon the experi ment of ostrich raising in the climate of the east. The attempt will be widely w...

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 November 1897

A CASE IN EQDITY. ' BY FRANCIS LYNDE. Copyright. 189$. by J- B. LIppincott Co. II. ' ONE WAY TO CURE ENNUI. "Just say that over again, will you, Soctor? I don't think 1 quite took in the length and breadth of it." Thorndyke was in his shirt-sleeves, out he reached mechanically for his toat and vest when tie physician re placed the stethoscope among its kins men in the glass case. "I said that your condition is very critical the concern in ur. i-erevin s foice was too real to be professional; that if we don't look out you'll slip nway from us as your Uncle Granville did." Granville Thorndyke had died of quick consumption when his nephew a as a boy of 12, and Philip had a very vivid recollection of the strong man's teeple-chase down the road to emacia tion and death. It seemed incredible that such a thing could happen to him. lie sat down and tried to realize it. Realizing is usually a methodical process, but when a man believes he h.1.1 iust heard his death-sentence nro- nounced it i...

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 November 1897

THE GRAPHIC. OEriCiAL PAPBtt Of CITT AXti COUNT Subscription.. $100 Per. Year. Entered at the Pit-olBce in the City of Kin sley, Kans'is, fta secoud-claea mail matte. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1897. T ME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R. In eflect on and after October 20. 1897 WB8TBODKD. -Denver a. IvKitailey 9:25 p m 1:40 a in ar 1:40 pin 2:35 pm f.tHtl ..... Men. ft t.'al Mixed H'cb Mn Hue Ft. No. 8, California Limited, leave Cbieatroon Wed'xdrtys and Kat'days at S p. m.. leaves K. O. at 9:1b a. in. arrives at Kinsley on Thurs day and Sunday at tt:13. M AST HOD'S D. Tr-rin No. lv Klnaieylar K. t'.ar Chic'tro Atlan tc Ex :3p nt h-.tr.nm :. a m DRII. P.z. Mini. Bub Mn lin Ft. l:a m :uu pm H-. jn p m:ttoa m 7;2J a uil 9:43 a m No. 4, California Lira. leaves Kinsley at 10,10 No. 6 and 312 make close connections with fie Krisuw at Kurton. No. all. 34 i. 75 aurl 7A do not run Funanr. Fr ItiforiDHtiou rwwrdinir ibrotiRb car ac cnirinindutioiia, rates, tickets, buKKUtfe etc.. call on or address. ...

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 November 1897

' 4 r t: NSLUY O-MAJPHIG i . . .- "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." vd2'. NO 4 KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY KANSAS, NOVEMBER. 19 1897. By J M.Lewis jr. COUNTY OFFICERS. J. E. Andewi Judffe 33rd Dlstric J.F. Matin Representative A. F.Aderhold dSitlS D. L. Heath Sheriff A.C. Dyer...-. County Attorney T. B. Hoffman Treasurer T H. Evans HefflstT of Deeds r u ii.uif-hir District Clerk H. J. Noble Superintendent j b. Wire Probate Juda K. P Bbepard Surveyo W.M.Alexander , Coroner COMMISSIONERS. - oe Bridges First District amuel Andrews Second " E. K. Smart '1 bird The republican 9tate committee has decided to open head quarters Febr- uary 1. How to raise the money for this purpose has not "yet been decided, ' but the postmasters will likely be as sessed. Billy Stearne, whojn Senator " Baker has recommended for United States Marshal, although a member, refused to attend the committee meet ing. He regards the present organiza tion as a Cy Leland mu...

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 November 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Tee estimate of the cotton crop in the United Mates is over 10,000,000 bales. Secretary of Agricuxtcbe Wilsojt says this country sends abroad every year $400,000,000 for products that might be raised on our own farms. Mrs. Margabet Boughan recently died at her home in Chicopee Falls, Mass. She was born in Ireland and claimed to be 124 years of age. Her husband corroborated her story. A memorial with 64,572 signatures attached, in favor of an Anglo-American arbitration treaty, has been pre sented to Lord Salisbury, the British premier, by Dr. Darby, secretary of the English Arbitration alliance. The general missionary committee ot the Methodist Episcopal church, re cently in session at Philadelphia, de cided to appropriate 81,209,940 to mis sions the coming year, on the basis of 45 per cent, to home and 55 per cent, to foreign missions. - A child is born every six minutes in Greater New York, which means about SO, 000 a year, and, alt...

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 November 1897

A CASE IN EQDITY. BY FRANCIS LYNDE. (Copyright. 1895. by J. a Llpplncott Co. III. CONTIXCED. It was a very sweet face, lighted by Appealing eyes of the clearest gray, and made altogether lovely and irresistible by the touch of pathetic anxiety, that was turned toward the physician. fronvpr T)r. Perevln had said nothing about the advantages of solitary exile, but he stood by his patient loyally. "To have advised him otherwise would have been like preaching him a sermon with the text left out. What he needs is out of door life, and that doesn't mean a change to the dissipa tions of a summer or winter resort." "The doctor paused, and then added, diplomatically: "And I count on your help to make tnis possiDie; you uiuai dissuade Mrs. Thorndyke if she has any idea of going with Philip." Helen's faltering acceptance of the condition imposed by this appeal ended the interview, and she lef t Dr. Perevin's office with her trouble increased in in verse proportion to the success of her errand....

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 November 1897

THE GRAPHIC. OBttCUL PAVKB Ot ClT ANOCOtmtt Bt80ftlPTto. . ... .$100 Pen. Ykab Entered at the Post-office So th City of Kin shty, Kub-is, na second-class mail matte. PBIDAr. NOVEMBER 19, 1897. T ME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. R. R, In fleet od and after October 3D, 189? wtstsocND. Denver i IvKlfcsley 9:25 p m 1:40 a ni ar 1:40 pm Ctab ..... Me . C'sl Mixed B'cb Mo line Ft :30 pm No. 8, California Limited, leaven ChlMpo on Wed'idavs and Sat'darn at 8 p. in., leaves K. C. at 9:25 a. m. arrives at Klusley on Thurs day and Sunday at Oils. SA8TBODPD. Train llv Klusleyjftr K. .:, ar Chtc'go Atlanta Ex 8:S pdt4iu!tn 9:32 a m hg. KX. Mixd. Bcb Mn tin Ft. i .03 a m eiuu pm 8vX) p m;Bt60 a m T;25 a in 9:43 a m No. 4, California Llm. leaves Kinsley at 10, lo a. m. - No. 0 and 842 make close connections with - :be Frlsao at Burton. No. 841. 342. 75 aud T8 do hot run Sunday. For Information reonrdlno; through car ac commodations, rates, tickets. ongtftLge etc, l-hII on or address. O. A. KOSB, Agent...

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 November 1897

r E "A Time like this Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready JTands." vol 21. NO 5 KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY IvANSAS, NOVEMBER, 26 (897 By J M.Lewis Jr. COUNTY OFFICERS. . .. Judtre 33rd Dintricj Representative! J. E. Amlews ... J.F. Ma'ln A. F. Aderhold... I. L. Heath...... A.O.Dyer 'T. B. Hoffman. .. T H. Kvans C. M. Hoeitcher... H. J. Noble J. K. Wire Jiern Sheriff County Attorney Treasurer Register of Deeds Wiwtrlct uier Superintendent ProDate juuk . K. V Shepard. .Surveyo W. M. Alexander Coroner COMMISSIONERS. oe Bridfres Hitmel Andrews. E. K. Smart , ..First District ..second " ...'Jhird " SOUTH UK OWN. Polar wave Sunday and Monday. Some are still sowing winter wheat. Alph Graves is the lirst to finish gathering corn in this community. ' Harry Hixon and J. C. Gibson were delivering swine at Greenaburg last week. J. S. Craft is putting in a new wind- mil!. C. W. So oct team ran away one eveninc- last week and smashed the tongue out of his wagon but did no furthe...

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