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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 1 April 1898

0FAI7 communications for tills paper should be accompanied by the name of the author, not oeccesarily for publication but as an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one ride of the paper. Be particularly careful In giving nams and dates to have the letter and figures plain and distinct. - THE IRONY OF FATE. He bad fought In many a battle and es caped without a wound: He had met stampeded cattle and had bravely held his ground; He had hunted In Montana and been snow bound on the plain. And he'd sojourned In Havana when the plague was raising; Cain. He had crossed the stormy ocean many times without mishap: He'd recovered from a potion fixed up by a Jealous Jap. He had been a reckless rover from the moment of his birth, And had traveled almost over every por tion of the earth. He encountered every danger that you've ever read about: He had been a Texas ranger and a reck less army scout. But the moral, if there's any, in this humble little tale. Is that he di...

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. — 1 April 1898

Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and ISowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAM FRANCISCO, CAL IDU18VJLLE, Kt. NEW YORK, N.X. Delightfully Feminine. Mother I don't understand you at all. You are constantly praising Miss Whirlv now, and y...

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. — 1 April 1898

In 1888 ray w ife went east, mid was uit&ckec with rbeumatbm. She ie velved no relief until she tried Cham terlain's Pain Balm. Since that we har never been without it. We find ft gives instant relief in cases of burns aiid scalds aifcl is never failing for all rutmatic and neuralgic paii.s. D. C lirant, Santa Ynez, California. For sle at PorlPrs. "Wm. L. Russell closed a very suc cessful term of school in Dist 22 last Friday. Tbe program for the day was class recitations in the forenoon, and literary exercises in the , after noon. Tho program was as follows: Song by school. Declamation Carrie Savely. Declamation Charles Burns. Declamation Walter Savely. Declamation Guy Toops. Song Edna, and Laura Toops, Tillie Herring. Declamation Everett Harvey. Declamation Laura Toops. Declamation . Preston Harvey. Sng Edna and Laura Toops, Jar-ie Stark and Tillie Herring Declamation Emmet David. Song Carrie Savely. Dialogue. Edna and Laura Toops, Janie Stark and Tillie Herring Song by the sc...

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. — 8 April 1898

A Time like this demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands.' "rL Vol 2L No. 24, KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 8 1898. By J M. Lewis, Jr. I! A happy thought is that whtah mnv cs one to consider the advisability of of getting land and eetting a deed thereof. It is a good deed done to mmself and doubly good if the deed covers a farm in a location like Ed wards county. I am doing good deeds by giving deeds daily for real estate. . This is all good farm land and worth more than double the price I ask, I am also doing a general INSURANCE BUSINESS Q. W. WATSON. mPpYT ' BEST KS6:i WJM 818 m m mm. Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. ' Atyoaa tending a sketch and description may qntaklT ascertain oar opinion free whether an InTenUon is probably patentable. Communica tions strtctlr confidential. Handbook on Patents rent free. Oldest Rirency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn ft Co. reeetT rpecial notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A h...

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. — 8 April 1898

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KAXT8AJ APRIL 1898. Sun. Hon. Tue. Wed. Thur. FrI. 8 7 W- JO 11 12 13 14 15 161!: 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 I 30 1 1 24 25 26 27 28 29 THE WOKLD AT LARGE, Suromary of the Daily Newa washington notes. Assistant Secret akv Weestek Da vis made an important decision, over ruling1 the action of II. Clay Evans, commissioner of pensions, in his re cent order that claims for increase of pensions will not be considered within . 12 months from last action. Secretary Davis says that pensioners have a right to apply for an increase of pensions when they believe themselves entitled thereto, and no discrimination should be made agrainst them substantially affecting their rights. A special dispatch from Washing ton to the New York World on the 1st gave the following outline of Spain's reply to the note presented by Minis ter Woodford: "Spain neither accedes to nor declines President McKinley's propositions. She makes a counter argument that Spain should herself be allowed to p...

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. — 8 April 1898

aocompanled by the nama of the author, not eccetarllyfor publication but aa an erldenea of ood faith on the part of the writer. Writ only en one aide of the paper. Be particularly rtfalla giving names and dates to hare the letters and figures plain and dlrttact THE THREE SONGS. A poet in the rosy prime And blithe and dewy morn of time. When song was natural as Jbreath, Three songs sent forth to fight with death. And one he made to please the crowd: It pleased them and his praise was loud : It pleased them greatly for a day. And then its music died away. And one he made to please the few; It lived a century or two; 'Twas sung within the balls of kings, Then vanished with forgotten things. And one he made to please himself. Without a thought of fame or pelf. But sent it forth with doubt and fears, And it outlasted all the years. No other song has vital breath Through endless time to fight with death 1 han that the singer sings apart To please his solitary heart. Sam Walter Poss, in N....

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. — 8 April 1898

THE GRAPHIC OEFICIAL PA PIS R OF CITY AND COUNTY SUDSCRiPiiox $100 P&a. Yjsar. Entered at the Post-office in the City of Kin sley, lvananB, as seconu-cis b FKIDAT. APRIL 8, 189S. LOCAL NEWS. A new line of perfumes at M. De Tar's. Barn paints 52 cents per gallon, at DeTar's. You will need stovepipe. Get it of G. E. Rummell. The county commissioners will be in session next week. Harry and Mrs. T. B. Hoffman are the possessors of new wheels. George Watson came home from K. O. to vote, returning Monday night. The high-grade Sewing Machine "Monarch" at Marsh & Bidwell's. Lou Wilson has started his water wagon on its journey for the summer. . Mr. Jones is home again, having contracted about 5000 cattle for C. W. Beeler. A new lot of cook and heating stoves received. Call and see them. G E. Rummell. Thirty different styles of carpet to select from. Just in. Marsh & Bidwell. The highest market price will be paid in cash for all kinds of poultry at the creamery. If you want to bu...

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. — 8 April 1898

. t I" If Your NEEDS REPAIRING Or If yon. want a new ona, call on S. G. LEONARD Window glass at DeTar'a Mrs. B. Craft continues very low. Fresh Lettuce every Saturday, at Green's. J. C Elusser is building a new house. Fred Krupp is erecting a house on J) is fam. School books are strictly cash to all. M. DeTar. For Sale. A H. P. Ketelson. good incubator. Mrs. S. D. Misener is vistting her parents at Lewis. The Stach boys naGved a house out ,to the farm this week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gill Mathews, Wednesday. See my new line of Harness for the spring. A. Hottewitz. I keep glass which I sell at moder ate prices. G. E. Rummell. We sell the John Deer all Steel wagon, Misner & Kennedy. Charley Skillington made a busi ness trip 1o Dodge yesterday. New goods at Schnatterly's Jewelry "Store. In Porter's Drug store. . See us for anything in the imple ment line. Misner & Kennedy. G. W. Waton sold the Bartholo mew place to Joe Crow this week. Buy your Poultry Netting and Windo...

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. — 8 April 1898

H'ERY face is beam- ins:. Every step Is light. .All the world Is beautiful From merry morn till night. The little streams are dancing: And flashing. Just for fun. And Joyfully to meet the sea. The mighty rivers run. And twice ten thousand flowers, And twice ten thousand mnr. Are waking in the lonesome woods And by the cottage door. To count the Easter lilies Is more than you or I Can hope to do the long day through How hard soe'er we try. Every face Is beaming. Every step Is light, For o'er the threshold Easter slipped At waning of the night, And little birds are singing Like mad for Joy of life. And all the hours. In sun and showers. With brimming Joy are rife. Uplift the songs of Easter, Let none to-day be still. When this great world Is like a cup That flowers overfill, When blossoms deck the orchard. And boughs are pink and white. And winds go by, like wings that fly, From merry morn till night. Margaret E. Sangster, in Youth's Com panion. Two Easter Bonnets II, HENRY," said M r...

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. — 8 April 1898

GOVERNOR ATKINSON. Recommend I'e-ru-na aa an Excel lent Itemed r for Catarrh Spring Time tbe Best Time to Besln Treat meat. G. W. Atkinson, Governor of "West VIr. ginia. Charleston, W. Va., March 9, 1898. Pe-ru-na Drug Mfg. Co., Columbus, O.: Gentlemen: I can recommend your prep aration, Pe-ru-na, as a tonic. Its reputation as a cure for catarrh is excellent, it having been used by a number of people known to me with the very best results. Verv truly, G. W. ATKINSON. Pe-ru-na enjoys a national reputation as a catarrh remedy. It is the only systematic catarrh remedy yet devised. A thorough course of Pe-ru-na eradicates catarrh from the system. Its cures are permanent. It thoroughly cures very old cases of chronic catarrh that have resisted all other treat ment. It has cured cases of twenty-five years' standing. People afflicted w ith ca tarrh should begin a course of Pe-ru-na at once. The spring-time is the best season for this purpose. The rigors of winter have passed with its chill...

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. — 8 April 1898

tCULIAR CHINESE OOSTOMa ; rke Tow Are Bmrlesl with Few Vsfc t nerml Bite. The customs of the Chinese in Qve toiatter of death and. burial are certain ly peculiar. Infants are buried sum marily without coffins, and the young tire interred with few rites, but the f u berals of the aged of both sexes arc elaborate in proportion to the number of the descendants and to their wealth When a childless married man dies, his widow may perform all the duties of a son toward him, may remain in lus house, and may rdopt children to rear s his heirs, and as worshippers of the family manes. If his widow purposes marrying' again, a young male relative may, with the consent of senior mem bers of the clan, undertake the services expected from a son, and may inherft the estate of the deceased. When one 5s about to die, he is removed from his couch to a. bench, or to a mat on the Hoor, because of a belief that he who dies in bed will carry the bedstead as a burden into the other world. He is washed in a...

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. — 15 April 1898

' U ' 'A Time like this demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." Vol 2L No, 25, ' KINSLEY, EDWAITOS (XHJNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 15 1898. By J M. Lewis, Jr. K A happy thought is that which mov es one to consider the advisability of of getting' land and setting a deed thereof. It is a good deed done to himself and doubly good if the deed covers a farm in a location like Ed wards county. T am doing good deeds by giving deeds daily for real estate. This is all good farm land and worth more than double the price I ask. I am also doing a general , INSURANCE BUSINESS O. W. WATSON. mi news Tees as is m mm. Write tow arlis ffiafc. k KkAAA . 50 YEARS' r EXPERIENCE (Mil a a-A Trade Marks . Designs ' rftill Copyrights Ac. V HL EXPERIENCE quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention la probably patentable. Communlca--ttonsstrictlT confidential. Handbook on Patent Kent free. OMeat agency for securing patent. Patents taken through Harm & Co. receive tpreial not it...

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. — 15 April 1898

KINSLEY GRAPHIC KUT8LEY, SAX73AS APRIL 1898. Sun. Hon. Tue. Wed. Thur, Fri. Sat 2ft a 3 8 9 3io 11 12 13 14 15 16 317 18 19 20 21 22 23 1 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 ft THE WORLD AT LARGE Summary of the Daily Newa WASHINGTON NOTES. Gov. IIolcomb, of Nebraska, sent a telegram to President McKinley ten tiering- the state militia to the govern mAn t Washington was quiet on the 8th and there was hardly a ripple to show that war was near. The cabinet held its usual session, but there were no new developments in the Spanish sit uation to place before it. Prepara tions for all eventualities were being hurried to completion in the war and navy department. Thekk was a rumor at Washing-ton that the flying squadron was held in readiness by Commodore Schley to in tercept the Spanish torpedo flotilla, now at Cape De Verde islands, if they attempted to continue their voyage to Cuba, as that, under the circumstances, would be construed as, an act of war. The members of the ways and means committee of 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. — 15 April 1898

The President Sends to Congress a Communication About the Situ ation Existing in Cuba. THE EFFORTS TO BRING ABOUT PEACE, Policy of Devastation The Overture Made The Starving; Cabana Fed Proposi tions Made Precedent on Reeocnltloa The Maine Wreck Power Asked to Terminate Hostilities. Washington. April 11. The 'presi dent to-day sent the following mes sage to the congress of the United States: Obedient to that precept of the constitution which commands the president to give from time to time the congress information of the state of the union and to recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient, it becomes my dutv now to address your body with regard to the grave crisis that has arisen in the relations of the United States to Spain by reason of the warfare that for more than three years has raged in the neighboring Island of Cuba. I do so because of the intimate connection of the Cuban question with the state of our own union and the grave rel...

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. — 15 April 1898

THE GRAPHIC OEFICIAL PAl'JER OF CITY AND COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION $100 PER- VEAB. cwAri at the Post-office in the City of Kin KanSS. as second-class mail matte. FUIDAV. APRIL 15, 1898. LOCAL NEWS. A new line of perfumes at M. De- Tar's. Barn paints 52 cents per gallon, at ,DeTar's. . F. E. Taylor and wife spent Sunday In Garfield. Will Johnson spent last Sunday in Hutchinson. - You will need stovepipe. Get it of G. E. RummelL George Cross of Lewis was visiting in Topeka this week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fravel on Wednesday. S. D. Misener spent last Sunday visiting friends in Lewis. The high-grade Sewing Machine "Monarch" at Marsh & Bidwell's. Mr. Buess was down from Dodge Sunday evening to call on his family. The Lewis school closed last week Friday with a very successful exhibi tion. A new lot of cook and heating stoves received. Call and see them. G" E. Rummell. Thirty different styles of carpet to select from. Just in. Marsh & Bidwell. The highest market price will be ...

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. — 15 April 1898

If Your NEEDS REPAIRING Or if you want a new one, call on S, 6. LEONARD. Window glass at DeTar's Fresh Lettuce every Saturday, at Green's. Miss Recie Brelsford spent Sunday in Lamed. School books are strictly cash to all. M. DiTar. Tj.o'i ytrMMi'.z and sister spent last SuiiUiiy in .Lamed. L. E. North was in the city Sunday on his way to Jetmore. W. M. Beezley went east on No. 6. Wednesday morning-. Se3 my new line of Harness for the spring-. A. Hottewitz. I keep glass which I sell at moder ate prices. G. E. Rummell. We sell the John Deer all Steel wagon. Misner & Kennedy. New goods at Schnatterly's Jewelry Store. In Porter's Drug store. . See us for anything in the imple ment, line. Misner & Kennedy. Buy your Poultry Netting and Window Screens of A. Hottewitz. f Mrs. Carter entertained a party of friends at the Clark house ye3tercay. I now keep poultry, netting which I will sell at fair prices. G. E.Rummel We will meet competition in Wind mills, Pumps etc. Misner & Kenn...

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. — 15 April 1898

g7AH eommaMcatlons for this paper should He accompanied by the name of the author, not arm rinHj for publication bat as an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the paper. Be particularly earefol In glrlng names and dates to bare the letters and figures plain and distinct. THE RHYTHM OF THE RAIN. I sit beside the flickering Are and lister to the rain. Which beats its solemn rhythmic march upon my window pane; A dull and dismal monotone, but in it? muffled tune Weird voices whispering of the past run softly through its rune; And somehow as familiar tones are thus conveyed to me, Loved faces from the shadow land within the room I see. They come and go within the glow of my declining Are, The ones who for long years on earth ful filled my heart's desire; An aged mother's gentle face in halo made of smiles. Whose memory still keeps far all sin which Injures or defiles: Though now the coffin's lid shields her from earthly ill and care. Her voice come...

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. — 15 April 1898

Should President McKinley Be Au thorized to Use Force He Would ,.. First Notify Spain. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS NOT SEVERED. Neither the United State Minister at Mad rid Nor the Spanish Minister at Wash ington Have Been Recalled The Presi dent Not Sanguine About the Insur Cent Accepting; Spain Armistice. New York, April 13. A dispatch to ' the New York Herald from Washing ton says: Should the president be clothed with author ity to use the military and naval forces to In tervene sole for the purpose of establishing peace and order in Cuba, he proposes to exer cise it first by transmitting to Spain a copy oi the resolution, with the statement that his ob ligations require him to carry out the will of congress and a notification that he will do sc at once, unless Spain withdraws from the is land. In other words, the president will de liver an ultimatum to Spain before making a naval demonstration, in the hope that Spain may at the last moment consent to a conces sion of the independence o...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 15 April 1898

Av T. S. R Riny. Eastdocso. Tr. W Arrive 2 :lftpn 4 19:Ma . ii 7:38 a m ft i:00 pm 4 Depart. :o p m il.lt M 'I T-. 8:25 p m ::50 p Ui Via. rcb rob M Xj ML -r'ci Deocr'tloa. Atl'tic tlx. CVo. uim. K.C & C lim Way Fgt. Mixed. Westbochd. l s 5 IT Ml A i rive. :1S p m C:13 p m 12:a m 2:00 p ni Depart. 9:80 p m I:15 u in 9C0 p m 12:0a in 2.-35 p us Via. iDescr'tion. Br'ch ml. Ex. Br'cbi Lim. rVl WW Mx. C. Ex Way fjrt. Mini. M L Br'cb M L Br'cl NO. 73- T4. 84! and 842, daily except Sunday. Noa. 3 and 4 will run Sundar. Tuesday and Yaursdaji G.A. Itosx. Agent. FROM FELLSBDRO. Fred McClaren is down with the 1 ine&slee. Florence Halbert is improving:. Mr. Kemp and Woodward of itavi land were in the neighborhood trying fc 5 buy 1 year old mules. The wind last week scattered J ake Mingle's cow shed out over the road. Geo. Weese was shelling corn for Parker, Gilson, Butler and Halbert last week. Corn planting is in full blast. Fine rain Tuesday, may bring the wheat out. J. E. Fisher wri...

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. — 22 April 1898

'A Time like this demands Strong Ainds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." Vol 21. No, 26, KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 22, 1898. By J M. Lewis, Jr. i : LATEST REPORTS if -IN THE SPANISH-AMERICAN If DIFFICULTY. '; Dispatches received this morning ; say that the United States fleet sailed for Cuba this morning at six o'clock ' to blockade the ports of Cuba , and Porto ' Rico. This means that war has begun. j McKinley has given the Spaniards until tomorrow to evacuate Cuba. J. The declaration of war still hangs fire.. The Spanish minister has taken his passports. Minister Woodford will not leave Spain before Saturday. .Several train loads of troops have passed through here for the east to be pn hand when needed. When the Spanish government learned . Viat the last call was to be made for them to stop the war in Cuba they gave 1 Minister Woodford his passports, ivhich winds up all diplomatic rela ' lions with Spain. . I The Spanish minister went to Cana da. A happy tho...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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