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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 17 December 1897

T DILLY DALLY. As sweet a child as one could find. If only she were prompt to mind: Her eyes are blue, her cheeks are pink. Her hair curls up with many a kink She says her name is Allie: But sad to say. Ofttimes a day We call tier Oilly Dally. If sent on errands, grave or say. She's sure to loiter by the way; No matter what her task may be. "I'll do it by and by," cries she. And so. instead of Allie, We, one and all. Have come to call This maiUeu Uilly Dally. I think, if she could only know How wrong It is to dally so. Her tasks undone she would not leave. Nor longer mother's kind heart grieve; And then, for DiUy Dally. We'd gladly say. Each well-spent day; "This is -our sweet Allie." 11. K. Buck, in Our Little Ones. KITTEN AND BEAR. Pnay FrlitbteneU Hruln Up a Tree and Kept lllui There. Chris Bums, the Vetera u tirst ser geant of troop D, has a kitten which luring the summer camping of the troop ut tne Lower Geyser basin made her home within the sergeant's teut. Here, curled up on ...

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. — 17 December 1897

FEDERATION OF LABOR. Seventeenth Annoal National Conventloa Now In BcmIod st N&Mbville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. IS. To-day Samuel Gompers called the 17th an nual convention of the American Fed eration of Labor to order in the halJ SAMUEL GOHPEBS. of representatives in the state capitoL There are gathered in that hall work ing men and women from every state and territory in the United. States, sev eral delegates representing the British Trades Union congress; of Great Britain, and Canada and Japan are also represented. This convention will mark an epoch in the history of the 'American Federation of Labor, the greatest and strongest alliance of bone, sinew and skill the world has ever seen. The organization is com posed of 60 national and international trade unions, 11 state branches, 81 city central bodies. 458 local unions and has in round numbers a combined mem bership of 000,000 wage-earning men and women marching under its broad banner. ' WILL THEY SEPARATE? Senatttionnl...

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. — 17 December 1897

Through Sleeping Car, Kansas Ciiy to Jacksonville, Fla Commencing Saturday, the 4th inst., a through Sleeping1 Car line will be established between Kansas City and Jacksonville Florida, via Memphis, Birmingham, .Atlanta and Macon. Car will run daily in our train No. 1, leaving Kansas City at 10:40 a. m. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Passenger Agent. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. HERE'S A NEW COUNTRY. few Hoptt, Itw Opyorticitios IrM f KnD.h!n end ricnlj 1114 llinmto, FertHr S-il an I f Lmtp Lib i. Whtre Yu cm fttie Bore Ewe u zve liuuin iaj Othtr Ftnnisf Ditirirt in t! e Cuai'rv. a:Al SHOWING THJt 2fi SOilTUKlW FliilJ j.113 of k. c. i. & . a. f. 1 1 Vill llntr of tbe Khiimk io. bniK fctUit . u lu.ta. in ir line fn-iu Kuia i liv tu i oi t A.r tl ur ha., opened up "untr; In Wcv'eru M oiirl wu I A' WTl n. . and LnriivK, I "t o M.nut b ici'il mi mri iinliiraj nJ iriM rri K "U itry ; J I i-a 1 1 . pu i klinif rprliiiri ti! cm. rtriia; nai yon can n- rv nut f dftnin 1 m nfb tnciraci f . T...

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. — 24 December 1897

-3 f Tr T71 la 4 A Time like this demands Strong Minds; Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands Vol, 21 N 9. VTMCT CV CnWT A DrC "iT T.TTV f A K.TO A r. m-. - . ' ' " . " , ByJ.M. Lewis, Jr. TOPEXA NOTES I State for the ensuing two years and I Dan Anthony has gone to headquar-1 panv is buildinc oT The populist police force of Tooeka "has so handled its affairs that its ex cesses for the first eight months in of fice has been $2,600 less than during the last eight months of the Morrill administration. The report of the State Auditor of Iowa shows that the State treasury is 2mpty, that the expense account is greater than the income and that the tax levy must be raised. The State Treasurers and Auditors of Iowa have been republicans without exception for a generation. Cy Leland has caused the removal of Charles Osborne, son ot ex-Secretary of State Osborne. lie has been employed in the pension office for some years. Leland had an old grudge against Capt. Osborne, and took it out in fi...

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. — 24 December 1897

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, i KANSAS THE WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. "WASHINGTON NOTES. The bureau of statistics at Washing ton reports that the exports of domes tic merchandise during November last amounted to $114,608,301, a gain of nearly 87,000,000 as compared with No vember, 1S9G. The imports of mer- chandise during November aggregated '$52,352,331. A special to the Chicago Post from Washington stated that a representa tive of the Union Pacific reorganiza tion committee said that the Union Pacific would not buy the Kansas Pa cific at the price the government wants for the road. This National Board of Trade, in ses sion at Washington, adopted resolu tions favoring the passage of an anti scalpers' ticket brokerage bill and also a bill favoring pooling under supervi sion of the interstate commerce com mission. The president sent to the senate on the 10th the name of Joseph McKenna, to be associate justice of the supreme c:ourt of the United States. Thk nomination of C...

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. — 24 December 1897

$M An eommnnlcaUona for thl paper boald be accompanied by the name of the author, not eccesarily for publication but as an evidence fgooc faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the paper. Be particularly careful in giving names and dates to hare the letters and figures plain and distinct. FIFTY ODD WINTERS AN' MORE. Tell ye of what I was thinkin? Now really there ain't much to tell: I's settin' here lookin' at Mandy, an think In of thinkln of well. l"s thinkln' we'd lived here together for fifty good winters, an' more. An' neither, like some I could mention, has grown to think 'tother a bore: An' I thought o' that fangle, divorces. where people that chank at th' bit Go to lav with all manner of stories, for gettin' their hitchln' line split: An I thought how we'd worked in th' har ness a lovin' each other th' more. For knowin' that neither was perfect, an' knowin" what 'tother one bore. Yes, Mandy an' I in th' forties started out to travel this road. An' we didn'...

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. — 24 December 1897

THE GRAPHIC OBFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AXD COUNTY Subscription $100 Per. Year. Entered at the Post-office la tbe City of Kin sley, Kansas, as second-class mall matte. FRIDAY. DECEMBER, 24, 1897. LOCAL NEWS. Window glass at DeTar's Barn paints 52 cents per gallon, at DeTar's. Harness! Harness! New and cheap at Hottewitz's. You will need stovepipe. Get it of G. E. Rummell. Mack Lewis shipped a carload of hogs to K. C. Tuesday. Mr. Hawley goes to Atchinson to day to spend Christmas. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Kuhn, a daughter, Sunday morning. Overcoats and Mackintoshes, all kinds, at Marsh & Bidwell's. Mufflers and Handkerchiefs by the thousands. Marsh & Bidwell. Don't forget the Sons of Veteran's ball the evening before Christmas. Lots of new goods at Schnatterly's for Christmas in Porter's drug store. Ralph Angus is assisting Mr. Bid well at Lewis, during the holiday rush. Get right in the push with a pair of our bicycle gauntlets. Edwards & Noble. For Sale. A good incubator. ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 24 December 1897

We , JEWELRY REPAIRING x Of every description Dia mond setting1, engraving and make to order anything in the Jewelry line. We also do All kinds of Watch Repairing, Movements changed from key to stem-wind, case repairing and re-plating, sfc. j& TFLE LOWEST possible prices for first-class work. NOTE We do all repairing and man ufacturing ourselves, conse quently J- jxiy us the first cost only. If Low Prices are interes ts15 give us a trial order and we will handle it in a way tbat will insure us your future patronage S. G. LEONARD. A new line of perfumes at M. De Tar's. School books are strictly cash to all. M. DeTar. Christmas Candies and Nuts, cheap at Marsh & Bidwell's. It is reported that the eating house here will close in January. I keep glass which I sell at moder ate prices. G. E. Ivummell. Warm Shoes and Slippers, an ele gant line. Marsh & Bidwell. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs Sam Williams, of Wayne, Tuesday For picture mouldings, room mould iugs and sewing machi...

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. — 24 December 1897

LU T WAS the night be- and Oh. yes, I know That's scarcely orig inal, still it'll fro. tt's Just what I wanted to say, you'll admit. And It's easier far than to write one to fit. Twas the night before Christmas and Dick was In bed. When he heard a light step on the roof overhead. And a rattle of boots In the chimney, and knew It was Santa, so down the front stairway he flew And peeped In the parlor and there, sure enough. Was that little old gentleman, ruddy and bluff. With his thick bushy whiskers and jolly red nose. And the pack that he carries wherever he goes. But his dress, well, what student of story book lore Saw Santa Claus dressed In a sweater be fore? Or in trousers of plaid, while the stockings he sported Were the kind Anglomaniacs lately ve Imported, Called "golfers." In short, his attire was so queer, Dick's gasp of surprise reached the old fellow's ear. "Come In," said he. kindly, "I really would like To have some one to talk to. Say. how do I strike Tour critical eye?...

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. — 24 December 1897

"THE BEEF STEER." An Excellent Showing of the Livestock , Interests of Kansas. Secretary Coborn. of the State Board of Agriculture, PreenU Entertaining Fact Concerning The Beef Steer and 111 Sister. Topeka, Kan.. Dec 10. The report of the Kansas state board of agricul ture for the quarter ended December, 1897, yesterday was made public There always is a red line across the first page of the quarterly agricultural re ports naming the most important subject discussed. The line this time is "The Beef Steer and His Sister." Following is Secretary Coburn's intro duction to the report: We are told "all flesh is grass and the good liness thereof is as the flower of the field." Nature and men, co-operating, have made Kan sas a marvelous blending of pasture and corn field the domain of grasses. In luxuriance, profusion, nutritious qualities and economy of production, hers are nowhere surpassed: this, whether applied to the corn, blue stem, timothy, clovers and blue grass of her eastern half,...

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. — 24 December 1897

Through Sleeping Car, Kansas City to Ji&sonvilie, Fia Commencing Saturday, the 4th inst., a through Sleeping Car line will be itablishe between Kansas City and Jacksonville Florida, via Memphis, Birmingham, Atlanta and Macon. Car will run daily in our train No. 1, leaving Kansas City at 10:40 a. m. J. . LOCK WOOD, Gen. Passenger Agent. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. to ftie timile gutart Of vrapjHL. HERE'S A NEW COUNTRY. Jew flapn, lew Opportunities I.e4 r KTWsfcirt nnd Plenty Mild Climate, Fertile Soil n Chmp liui. Where Tea ta Bake More li-mer u tie; Arre tii-sia Injr Other Farming District in the fu:i:lrr. i.AP SHOWING TJlJS 2C NOUTili-iiN ilIilCg OK K. C P. & G. K. K. 1 ha 7Utldlnir of the Kaunas 1117, 1 .ibLjuik JfcijU.r f a iroad, an air line from Kansas f'f v to f.rt Kr tl.ur has op.nad up t roontrj- In v-!o-n 1 noarl una Arkan, and LoriMana, t'. at m iid;. u.- e-;ci-iHl a-, an aKiicoMural and lnrfv prowl p ' n - try, o-d l.ealt.l, i-parkling prk(f anl rtivn-.; ...

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. — 31 December 1897

KINSLEY A Time like this demands Strong Minds, "Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands Vol.21. No. 10. KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER, 31, 1897. "'Self-Cultivation in English" by, Prof. George Herbert Palmer, L. L. D., Alford, Professor of Philosophy in Harvard University. The trend of this helpful little book is entirely prac tical, or, as Prof. Palmer himself says: "A study of English as a tool." We wish to especially commend the book to ail readers of the Graphic. The author addresses himself to those whose "study of English must be car vidd on without the aid of any large apparatus of books." It is generally acknowledged that we Westerners are cureless in our speech, although be longing to a people possessing the niOcst beautiful language in the world. Only this morning one of our great Western dailies in an arlicle on "The LrTective Use of English" says-editor-i.illy, "In the last few years there has been a gradual awakening to the fact that with all their improvem...

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. — 31 December 1897

kinsley Graphic. KINSLEY, KANSAS THE WOKLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Newa WASHINGTON KOTES. Asr agreement has been reached be tween the leaders of the senate and souse at Washington which practical ly secures the passage of the Ilawley bill to increase the army by two regi ments of artillery. Immediately after the holidays dele gations in congress from several states will get together for the purpose of or ganizing, if possible, for the passage af an omnibus public building bill. There is an urgent demand for public buildings in many cities and towns and bills for their construction are now pending to the amount of no less than 850,000,000. A pension has been granted to the widow of Knud Knudsen, a soldier who was killed in 'the late war, by the Washington authorities, the back pay of which aggregates over $4,000. The woman has never left Norway. President McKini-ey has decided to appoint Owen L. W. Smith, of North Carolina, as United States minister to Liberia, Africa. Mr. Smi...

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. — 31 December 1897

-Jf All communications for tuts paper snouw be accompanied by tbe name of the author, not oeccesarUyfor publication but as an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the paper. Be particularly cart-ful in giving names and dates to have the tetters and figures plain and distinct. FREE GRATIS. Every feller In the nation Has upon his private list Some peculiar pet temptation. That he finds he can't resist. Some one thing he can't say "No" to; But this one seems queer to me; All the fuss some folks '11 go to Just to get a thing that's free. P'raps some dry goods feller's glvln Colored picture cards away. Ain't no use to no one livln'. Crowds '11 wait in line all day. Theaters! How they do abhor 'em. "Modern plays aren't fit to see." Tell 'em you've some passes for 'em. Are they goin'? Sure! It's free. To the church their vows are plighted. In their seats they're always found; And they seem to be sharp-sighted Till the box is passed around. Then it doe...

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. — 31 December 1897

THE GRAPHIC OEFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY Subscription $100 Per. Year. Entered at the Post-office in the City of Kin sley, KansHS, as second-class mail matte. FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 31, 1897. LOCAL NEWS. Window glass at DeTar's Barn paints 52 cents per gallon, at DeTar's. ' Ilarness! Harness! New and cheap at Hottewitz's. You will need stovepipe. Get it of G. E. Kummell. C. E. Keyser has been spending the "holidays in Topeka. Overcoats and Mackintoshes, all kinds, at Marsh & Bidwell's. . Mufflers and Handkerchiefs by the thousands. Marsh & Bidwell. T. A. McEuen, of Emporia, was here for Christmas, visiting friends. E. Morse is getting out on tha streets again, so he must b3 getting better. Mr. G. E. Bidwell returned from an extended visit in the east, last week. . Hugh Nelson loaned us the light of his cheerful countenance over Xmas. Miss Maud Stevens, of Dodge, spent Christmas with her parents in this city. Get right in the push with a pair of our bicycle gauntlets. Edwards ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 31 December 1897

We n" , JEWELRY REPAIRING jz Of every description Dia mond setting, engraving and make to order anything in the Jewelry line. We also - All kinds of Watch Repairing,' Movements changed from key- to stem-wind, case repairing and re-plating. Jfc THE LOWEST possible prices for first-class work. : N0T2 We do all repairing and man ufacturing ourselves, conse quently Jaw pay us the f:rst cost only. If Low Price.? ara interes ting give us a trial order and we will handle it in s. way that will insure us your future patronage -f S. G. LEONARD. Sam Williams return id to Topeka last nijht, his baby being much better- A new line of perfumes at M. De Tar's. Frank Ketelaon spent Christmas in Sterling. . Dr. Storey and wife spent Xmas In Stafford. School books are strictly cash to all. M. DeTar. Miss Louise Flohr is visiting her siyter in Ellinwood. C W. Beolr recieved two carloads of Arizona cattle this week. .Jake McC,?.mmond returned from his visit in Illinois, last week. . I keep glass which ...

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. — 31 December 1897

! 'An lonely gone; Beam on us. New Year, from the unfettered dawn; Brighten the in land vales And scent with violets all the Icy gales. And fill the wandering sails. Come with thy golden notes Of music from a million feathered th. -ats: Flash o'er the wind-blown deep: Send thy sun-couriers where the ice fields sleep And bid the toilers reap. Thy steps are on the hills Thy voice Is heard In the tumultuous rills That leap into the light; Thy brow freed from the thralldom f the night Is laurel-wreathed and bright. Come in thy kingliest grace. With glorious gifts undreamed-of for the race: And where thy empires be There wave the flags of freedom o'er the rree Garlands of liberty! Scatter thy gifts as broad As rolls the world beneath the blue of God: Wide swing thy door Of plenty, till the wailings of the poor Ascend to heaven no more. The olive branch of peace Wave o'er earth's wars and bid the battle cease: And where the red swords gleam Undarkened may the snowy daisies dream Unstained...

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. — 31 December 1897

1 1 V 5 CHINA'S TROUBLE. Senator Hornn, of Alabama, Believe the United Statrs Mast Intervene. New York, Dec 2S. According to a Washington correspondent of the Her ald, Senator Morgan, of Alabama, of the committee on foreign relations, said last night that it would be impossible for the United States to remain com- SENATOR JAMES T. MORGAN. placent, should European nations un dertake the dismemberment of China. He went on: If partition involves the abrogation of treaties this country would be left to make terms again with each European nation separately in the territory to which its sovereignty extended. Therefore unless the powers now ambitious for territorial extension take into account the importance of - American commercial -elations with China, it will be lecessary for the government to intervene in telf-defense. If the cession is absolute then American interests must be taken care of Ihrouzh the treaties between America and the countries to which the absolute cessions ire made r...

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. — 31 December 1897

Through Sleeping Car, fom Ci:y to Jacksonville, Ra Commencing Saturday, the4thinst., a through Sleeping Car line will be established between Kansas City and Jacksonville Florida, via "Memphis, Birmingham, Atlanta' and Macon. Car will run daily in our train No. 1, leaving Kansas City at 10:4J a. m. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Passenger -Agent. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Halls tluturt HERE'S A NEW COUNTRY. tew i-ipei, Sew Opportunities Land f Sonsln'n and rlfnlj Mild Climate, Fertile Soil and Che i? LikcU. Where Ton cai like lore Muuejr U tin in than in injr Othr Farming Bistrirt in the CacntrT. 11AP bUOWlNU THE Hi .SO.'I i':. K'.tX fJiiMiS OF K. C t. A G. K. U. The 'oullJinsr of cue Kunna-i ny, i' .isbuig iu.r 4a road, an air line from Ksuxa I i tu I'ort Ar thur ha opened up a l onntrr I i toVwrrn V s.--virl anrt Ai kanas. and Louji-lata, t at c-irnuc itv e-v l a an agi ieultuml and trl (rro' I ft i vu ; d healt'i, Fparkllng uprinp an I pur stre-itin; nVicie yor ran rk out of dooin ...

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. — 7 January 1898

K - 1 . -fc ' - ' fv y'' "A Time like this demands Strong Minds, Greajjl VoL 21. No. 11. KINSLEY, ED AKDS COJNTY, KAOsAS JANUAIT 1 7 ByJM.N C3 1 COURT KOTE8, Court convened Tuesday morning. ( After calling the docket over the case of the state vs. StClair was called for trial. The crime with which StClair is eharged is the murder of Joe Brock man. The readers of the Graphic "will remember that Brockman was ionnd dead in StClair's shop last Oct ober; that he was shot through the head; that the crime had been commit ted a day or two before the body was luund; that the circumstances sur- ) rounding ifc prime directed suspicion to Sinclair anu mat tue coroner's jury declared that they believed StClair to b . guilty of the crime. Ke was arrest ed on complaint of the-marshal 1 be fore the coroner's jury returned their verdict. The prisoner was brought into court and asked if he had council, he said that he had none and asked to have Mr. Deezley appointed. After consul tation the court app...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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