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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 11 February 1898

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS I FEBRUARY J 898. Sun. Hon. Tot. Wed. Thur, Frl. Sat 8 10 11 12 t 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 120 26 t 21 22 23 24 25 1 27 28 Tttttttt i tt t r f i "TiTrX THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Newa WASHINGTON NOTES. Skcretakv Bliss has sent to the public land committees of the senate and house a bill prepared by Col. Yoinjf, the acting1 superintendent of the Yellowstone national park, for an extension of the limits of the reserva tion by about 3,000 square miles. The' bureau of animal industry will begin the establishment of dipping stations for cattle affected with ticks on the quarantine line between Mis souri and Arkansas as soon as the re port of its inspector is received. At least two dipping stations will be built, but it is not definitely settled on what railroads or near what points they will be constructed. Secret negotiations were stated to be in progress between the United States and the insurgents . in Cuba- looking to the stoppage of the war ...

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. — 11 February 1898

w ABflowminilutfioM tor tbl paper sbstM toaoMmnauitodbytlMiiaraeof the author, art eeetmrOy tor pablleatlon bats an vManea . faith en the part of the witter. Write al7 on one side of the paper. Be particularly arefal In firing- names and date t have the litters and figures plain and distinct. SONG OF THE FIRE. The fields were white one winter night, A bard sat by his firelight; A voice there came from each glad flame That seemed this songlet to recite: "Come, touch thy harp, thy wondrous harp. And let each mellow, golden note Float on the air, more sweet and fair Than any from a wild bird's throat; "For I am here thy soul to cheer. And make thy hearthstone. pleasanter: Where'er you roam, you'll find no home Complete without my presence, sir. The, monarch and his palace grand Would naujrht without my presence be. And labor's son, his day's work done. Is glad my cheerful face to see. y The' busy clerk, when done his work. Closer by my side finds sweet repose: The sick man, too's, as g...

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. — 11 February 1898

THE GRAPHIC EFICIAL PAPER OF CITY ANDCOUHTT Subscription .$100 Per. Year. Entered at the Pot-offlce In the City of Kin .ley?Kn8s, as second-class mail matte. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY, 11, 1898. LOCAL NEWS. A new line of perfumes at M. De Tar's. Albert Stach has bought a handsome new organ Barn paints 52 cents per gallon, at DeTar's. ' Fred Loso is working for F. E. Tay lor in the barber shop. Harness! Harness! New and cheap at Hottewitz's. Sam Doming and family returned from the Strip this week. You will need stovepipe. Get it of G. E. Rummell. Fred Fox recently killed 102 rabbits in five hours at Gotlieb Lippoldt's. Overcoats and Mackintoshes, all kinds, at Marsh & Bidwell's. Phil. Moletor recently killed an eagle which measured 7 feet from tip to tip. Mufflers and Handkerchiefs by the thousands. Marsh & Bidwell. I A. J. Braddell has bought the farm on which he is living, of G. W. Wat son. - Dr. Storey the painless dentist is in Kinsley to stay, and don't you forget it. " . J. S. C...

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. — 11 February 1898

flli Ths v&uwiy ba rv wilt tuc donv jtorrv fcftiui oxitciii J; ;H itt jr to bj bor n liaky than rich i an old saying. Wearing your birthday stone will bring luck, and luck riches. 1 lie beautiful purple Amethyst, the y.-TTi i or ratwuary m some tliiieately vs-ougut s-sitlng makes a charming piece of jewelry. We are showing this fcto.ie in a variety of articles suitable for ladies or gontlemens wear. Rings, Kar rings, Brooches, Stick pins, Scarf lins, and watch charms are some of the ways it can be worn. Old . fashioned jewelry re-made at moderate prices, S. G. Leonard. Window glass at DeTar's Jester Noble was in JfVeek. the city this School books all. M. DeTar. are strictly cash to Mrs. Baker, of Denver, is visiting Jier sister, Mrs. Yeatnau. I keep glass which I sell at moder ate prices. G. E. Kuxnraell. C M. Barnes spent Suuday in Gar field, visiting his parents. Warm Shoes and Slippers, an ele gant line. Marsh & Bidwell. Roy Shady and Georg-e Adams, of Lamed, were in town...

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. — 11 February 1898

'IS WIFE looked o'er a valentine. And did not know that be was near; She read It over line toy line He could not help but hear. What was it made his pulses stir. And lit the light of days long dead? 'Twas one that he had sent to her The year before they were wed. Twas full of youny love's fondest terms. Without regard to rhyme or sense Possession dulled, and planted germs Of mild Indifference. He listened to the words he heard While shame surprised him with Its dart; Twas long since he had breathed a word Of love to that lone heart. Then noiselessly he stepped behind Her chair, and heard a sob of pain. His heart cried out: "I have been blind!" And love awoke again. He drew her gently to his breast He kissed and called her "Heart of Mine!" And all the love once more confessed Told In that valentine. George Birdseye. in Boston Globe. . feT'?S. GILLESPIE'S ucn BMin nuuia not come right in the hanging, and Doris Hilburn was, as she expressed it, "so worked up" that she could not enjoy h...

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. — 11 February 1898

ARE r YOU TO LIVE IN ALASKA? i ..." . Some Requirement That 'will" Be Pound .IsdiipcMablc. The universal article of diet in that country, depended upon and indispensa ble, is bread or biscuit. And to make the bread and biscuit, either in the camp or uggn thcAlrail, yast cimnot be-trfieiT it must be baking' powder; and the pow der manufactured by the processes' of .140 Koyal Baking Ponder Cmpany lpiners and prosbectors-hav.e.Ieariledi' iVthe only one which will stand in that peculiar climate f cold and dampness anu raise the bread and biscuit satisf$c torily. v'. .' ' These facts are, very important for every one proposing to go to Alaska and the Yukon country .to know, for should he be persuaded by some outfitter to take one of the cheap brands of baking powder, it will cost just as much to transuort.it, and then when be opens it for use, after all his Tabor in packing it oye.r tne long and difficult rout?, he will find a solid.caked mass or a lot'of spoiled powder, with no strength...

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. — 11 February 1898

ttZ3$ A-T37'C3UiiTRY. t- Cy. ft Cyrtltw las f lnUMl aim Is aa Ess Am isles Ara t kit hi taf Mte Hmtaf is las Caaetri. - I 4 far rJ4 Map showing THK M NORTUKUM kkkukiu Us K. C. 1'. G. H. U. 1fcaaiUlaa-( Ika !- u. ,..n:a; .. ItiifMil. aa air lass rrosa Casaa CUf to fort ar tlr ha oeaaail ap a -nntry i i Waa'arn W anirl a4 Arfcaa. mH LonLtaaa, t: at huboi b txrft'lH a as aflcaHaral uil frul- aro.l. a- iri r--l iaaian, .parkllaf arlaea eat ar trw,m: what fo fi rt ( 4Mn II aatk 1kmJ ( I. TIm aneet ateok ra age no blUxsMa. no hm wiatfa; do droatba. Taa earllmt markets for farm products. brtajflaa- lb btjrbeat price IJtIsc i-beep and beat la tha land. War lr U ifiii bttrt t Uo to a laod wh.ra aa tors hseta roar every affort an 4 proi.ritr la not tiependtiat apoa ataxia rat af all. U wbaro proa parity la paraiaaaat. PORT ARTHUR the Honthora aa4 Beeper tawmmua, la the beat Ilao la tba United Stale to-u- to la veat or to ro a to baalaeae. Tfcle railroad nw ruoolnc inrouifh train betweea Kaaaa...

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. — 18 February 1898

4 7 Time Jike this demands Strong AYinds, Great HeartsTrue Faith an&Ready Hands.' VoL2L Nocl7, KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 18, 1898. By J. M. LrwU, Jr. i i IPAIMTrWG. HOUSE PAINTING, Sign Paint- inf. Graininor: 1VMsrtinr Po . pei- -Hanging, Kalsomining, Etc (UnBf3tE PAINTING J First-class work and..xaoder- ate prices. Shop in old bakery house, opposite creamery build- lng' . A. M. RENSTROM Webster's International: Ittictionary Successor of the " rnafcrfcfpfld." Standard of the U.S. q7T't Printing 1 Office, the U. 8. Supreme Court, all the State Sti- , premeCourts,)t)(lot' near ly au ue jscnouiboot. Warmly Ctmniemled by State Rnperintendents , of KciiooU. CoUeRe J'rtal- denUkftndotherEtkicator 1 almost witaout number. Invaluable In the householdVund to tUe teacher, aulietar, pro fessional man. aad sell- 1 eaucaior. ;the best for practical use. ; It to easy to find the wordwanted. It Is easy to ascertain the pronunciation. It Is easy to trace the growth of a word. It...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 18 February 1898

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS THE WORLD. AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Nowa WASHINGTON NOTES. Senator Pettigrew's sub-committee of the Indian affairs committee is in vestigating the conduct and manage ment of the Osage and Kiowa Indian reservations in Oklahoma. Twenty-six of the boarders and serv ants at 215 East Capitol street. Wash ington, were made sick through eating something poisonous at dinner the other day. Representatives Bodine and Lloyd, of Missouri, were among the number poisoned. The resignation of Senor Dupuy de Lome, the Spanish minister at Wash ington, was accepted by the Madrid cabinet on the 10th. I)e Lome had ac knowledged writing the letter reflect ing ' on President McKinley and ten dered his resignation. The president has nominated John II. liurford chief justice and Bayard T. Ilainer associate justice of the supreme court of Oklahoma. The populists and silver republicans . have informally decided, through their leaders in Washington, to again join hands wi...

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. — 18 February 1898

WARNING Copyrisbt. 1S9S.J HERE, Maggie, I've explained every thing to you, and if you are afraid you need not go." "1 am afraid. Ma j. Tallmadge, but I'm ready to go. I'll do my best for you." "Very well, then. Remember the words i uave given you, and don't fail to hasten back to this inn. I shall be here and wait for you." Maggie Ilickok lifted the basket of eggs, and carrying it upon her arm at once left the tavern and started on her walk to Philadelphia, five miles away. Her step was light and an air of deter mination was so manifest in her bear ing that the major nodded his head in approval as she disappeared up the road, and said to himself as he reen tered the. house: "She'll do." And much more than Maggie knew depended upon her success that day. In a general way she knew that Maj. Tallmadge was in command of a band of cavalrymen who were scouring the region aud endeavoring to gain such information as could be had concerning the British forces in Philadelphia. Maj. Tallmadge h...

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. — 18 February 1898

THE GRAPHIC 04KICIAL PAifcR OF CT1V AND COUKTT Subscription Pkk- Tkar. lingered mt the Put-offlcelir MejCUtT "' Kin sley, Kansas, as second-class nuatf maue. FRIDA.V February; is; i 898. LX)6AL NEWS. line of perfumes at M. De- D. Misner is: visiting in A new Tar's. r Mrs. S. Lewis. Miss Maud Stevens, ha.i-eturned to D,jdge. Barn paints 52 cent, per gallon, at DeTar'sij... Mis lj6isaiS1bhr has returned from Kllinwood. . Harness ! . Harness ! New and cheap at Hottewitz's. Yon will need stovepipe - Get it of G.;E. Rummell-j all the Overcoats and Mackintoshes, kinds., at Marsh & Bidwell's. Mufflers and Handkerchiefs by thftiiaiindg.-Marsh& Bidwell. Henry Booth, of Lamed, died very suddenly of heart disease, this week. Dr. Storey the painless-dentist is in Kinsley to stay, and don't you forget it. tf The revival meetings at the Congre gational church terminated last Sun day. Mr. Will Seamans is home again. He is working for a school supply house. John Gunkle went tor Plttsbugh, P...

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. — 18 February 1898

J '"r-t: mm "Better tbe born lucky than rich' is an old saying. Wearing your birthday stone will bring luck, and luck riches. The beautiful purple Amethyst, Ihe gem for February in some delicately wrought setting makes a charming piuce of jewelry. We are showing this stone in a variety of articled suitable for ladies or gentlemens wear. Rings, Ear rings, Brooches, Stick pins, Scarf pins, and watch charms are some of the ways it can be worn. Old fashioned jewelry re-n&de at moderate prices, S. Q. Leonard. Window glass at DeTar's School books are' strictly cash to all. M. DeTar. I freep glass which I sell at moder ate prices. -OiK. E. Rummell. Warm Sheas and Slippers, an ele gant line. Marsh & BidweA. New goods at ScKnatterlyl;'s Jewelry' Store. In Porfer's':,Drug stfbre. 4 1 now keep poultry netting which I will sell at fair prices. G-E.Rummel. For picture mouldings, room mould ings and sewing machines, go to F. N. Cole. - The'coal -chutes at this place are being placed in "g...

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. — 18 February 1898

GOLD IN THE FAR WEST. A. Promising Field for Men Who Are Willing to Work. apply of tbe Velio Metal la tne baited State by No Means banited Some Wasbins toa N offset a. Special Correspondence. . Out in California they have just been celebrating tbe fiftieth anniversary of the discovery of gold. Since tbe 19th of January, 1848, when Sutter made .bis historic find. $800,000,000 of tbe yellow netal have been taken from tbe rocks nd streams of tbe Golden state, and tbe supply is by do means exhausted. Enthusiastic Californians intend to erect a costly monument designed to perpetuate the distinction of tbeir state as a country rich .in minerals and to -revive the memories of tbe Argonauts who poured into the Pacific coast terri tory in 1849 and 1850, just as thou sands of ambitious men and women are now invading the Yukon country all anxious to rob tbe backbone of tbe western hemisphere of its incalculable tore of wealth. By the backbone of the western hem isphere I mean the chain of moun...

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. — 18 February 1898

II Benefactress' Kind Bet From the Evening News, Detroit. Mich. -Mrs. John Tansey, of 130 Baker Street, Detroit, Michigan, is one of those women who always know just what to do in all trouble and sickness. One that is a mother tothose in distress. To a reporter she said: 'I am the mother of ten children and have raised eight of them. Several years ago w had a serious time with my daughter, which began when she was about sixteen years old. , She did not have any serious ill ness, but seemed to gradually waste away. Having never had consumption in our fam ily, as we come of good old Irish and Scotch stock, we did not think it was that. Our doctor called the disease by an old name which, I afterward learned, meant lack of blood. "It w impossible to describe the feeling John and I had as we noticed our daughter lowhr passing away from us. We finally found, however, a medicine that seemed to help her, and from the first we noticed a decided change for the better, and after three months t...

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. — 18 February 1898

j.i . "SFHLLED HER LUNCH, Jfcorry Aecldemt to a. Stylish Ton ( . Wom -In m Street Car. The passengers on an early-morning' train, connecting-, with this city -were treated to a thoroughly enjoyable Ecene the other morning, sa3's the Brooklyn Enterprise, t one of the. small star tions a young lady boardedthe train.' She was dressed rather stylishly, but a veil covered a rather plain face. She switched down the aisle like a queen. She baviJy deigned - to glance at the other passengers in the car and. when she did hT nose rose perceptibly at the tip in a manner that spread the impres 'sion Oft contempt. She carried a Tioston bag and the air of a millionaire. There was but on seat vacant. Thi3 was besid-c a good looking, nicely drefscd young man who was reading a paper. When she came to this seat she I 'flopped down heavily and tossed her j ?bag to the seat between herself and the : .young man. Two seconds later the .young man leaped from his seat and j string of earnest words of doubtf...

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. — 25 February 1898

KINSLEY G1APHK A Time like this demands Strong Ainds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." VoL2L No. 18, KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 25, 1698. By J. M. Lewis, Jr. PORT ARTHUR. The Kansas Editorial Association met in annual session in Kansas City, Kans., on Feb. 8, and 9. We were . unable to attend the meeting', only go down in time to catch the excur sion train for Port Arthur. The asso ciation meeting's were said to have been both pleasant and profitable. There were many good papers and -much helpful discussion. The Feder ation of Women's clubs served lunch one day, and the Commercial club of K. C. Mo., gave a banquet Tuesday evening. Kansas editors are probably better organized than those of any other taaie in the union. This is shown by a comparison of the banquets given the Missouri and Kansas associations w ithin a couple of weeks of each other At the Missouri banquet only 80 per sons weva seated, at the Kansas, 2S5. Late in the afternoon a jolly, happy crow...

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. — 25 February 1898

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Bally Nowa I , WASHINGTON NOTES. Thomas Jefferson's birthday anni versary will be celebrated on April 13 by the National Association of Demo cratic clubs with a subscription din ner in Washington. Mr. Bryan will be the principal speaker and it is an ticipated that every state in the union will be well represented at the dinner. Acting Secretary of the Interior Ryan recently sent a communication to congress in regard to the education of children of white and colored resi dents of the Indian territory. lie said that no provision for the education of white and colored youths exists. The white and colored residents are there by sufferance only, having no voice in the government under which they live, or ownership of the soil on which they . reside. The resolutions which were adopted At the session of the National Woman (Suffrage association at Washington on the 17ih demand for . women citizens equality with males in the...

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. — 25 February 1898

NOT PREPARED FOR WAR -Gen. Miles Gives Expression ' to Some Unpalatable Truths. We Htre Some Fine Rifled Cannon, Bat Not Knonsh Amiriunltlon V Last More . Than a Day or Two. Special Washington Letter.l This country is in no condition to go to war with Spain,- nor with any other civilized nation. That statement was made by Maj. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, commanding the army of the United States, and gen erally recognized as our ablest military man. When Gen. Miles says that we are un prepared for war, the men in congress, who are called statesmen, hare been clamoring for war, as though all the horrors and sufferings of a geuoration ADMIRAL. SICARD. (In Command of the North Atlantic Squad ron.) ago had been wholly forgotten. This country has not wholly overlooked the wise old proverb, "in time of peace pre pare for war.' Our navy has been developed during the past 15 years until we are capable of upholding the honor of our Hag upon the high seas, but we have not made ade quate provision fo...

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. — 25 February 1898

THE GRAPHIC EFICIAL FAPJEB OF CITY AMD COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION $100 PER. YEAR. Entered at the Post-office In the City of Kin sley. Kansts. as second-class mail inatce. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY, 25, 1898. LOCAL NEWS. A new line of perfumes at M. De Tar's. Earl Baldwin has joined the wheel- entes . Barn paints 52 cents per gallon, at DeTar's. You will need stovepipe. Get it of G. E. Rummell. A. J. Braddell ia the first to claim bounty for wolf scalp. There was an impromptu lunch in the Millinery Bazar parlors last bat Dr. Storey the painless dentist is in Kinsley to stay, and don't you forget it. " Much of our correspondence reach ed us this week too late for publica tion. v Milt HetzelJr., had his right leg broken this week by a horse falling on him. A new lot of cook and heating stoves received. Call and see them. G E. Rummell. The highest market price will be paid In cash for all kinds of poultry at the reamery. " If you want to buy a first class gun at a very low figure, call on A. Hottewitz....

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. — 25 February 1898

and b&a&e cfrrenMA rftaaLom. ft, "Better to be born lucky than rich' is an old saying. Wearing: your birthday stone will bring luck, and luck riches The beautiful purple Amethyst, the pern for February in some delicately 'wnM.vfht setting makes a charming piece of jewelry. We are showing this atone in a variety of articles suitable for ladies or gentlemens wear. Rings, Car rings, Brooches, Stick pins, Scarf pins, and watch charms are some of the ways it can be worn. Old fashioned jewelry re-made at moderate prices, S. Q. Leonard. Window glass at DeTar's School books are strictly cash to all. M. DeTar. F. E. Taylor has moved into the Griffeth house on 7th street. I keep glass which I sell at moder ate prices. G. E. Rummell. See us for anything in the imple ment line. Misner & Kennedy. New goods at Schnatterly's Jewelry Store. In Porter's Drug store. , Mrs. F. D. Smith returned from Port Arthur Wednesday evening. The Minserel show, Tuesday night, was very fair. They had a ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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