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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 10 June 1898

EVAHconunnnlcatloni for this paper thould be accompanied by the name of the author, not neccesarOy 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 careful In giving names and dates to hare the letters and figures plain and distinct. A SONG OF HOME. I've wandered north and south; In many lands I've been. But one small spot alone Am I contented In. And there the roses bloom, And there the daisies nod For home, my humble home, I thank the gracious God. The glory of the east, " The splendor of the west. The pomp of prince and king. Are but a hollow Jest. Give me the sunny stream. The green and fragrant sod For home, my happy home, I thank the kindly God. The rain upon the roof. The robin In his tree. And simple fare and health, And peace and liberty What greater boon to ask. Had I a Merlin's rod? For home, my pleasant home, I thank the gentle God. Moreover, at my side. When singing, full of cheer. The bless...

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. — 10 June 1898

H0BS0N AND MEN SAFE. THE BEST EVER KNOWN. inn 111 in The American Fleet Bombarded the Batteries at the Harbor with Most Destructive Effect. CUBAN TROOPS MAKE A LAND ATTACK. An Engagement Also Reported Between Colnma of SpanUh Troop and an Amer ican Force Jaat Landed The 8panUh Crnlier Maria Teresa Sank by the Fire of the American Yewaele. Cape Haytiek, Hayti, June, a The fighting before and in . the vicinity of Santiago de Cuba continued the great er part of yesterday, from 7:45 a. m. until nearly 11 o'clock. Ten of the ' American warships maintained steady and carefully directed fire against El Moro castle and the bat teries at Punta Gorda, Socapa and Cin- coreales, in addition to bombarding the Spanish fleet in the harbor. The percentage of effective projectiles was very large. It appears, from the best information obtainable at this place, the cable station connecting with San tiago, that immense damage was in nicted on the enemy. The Spaniards admit that the bombardment from the...

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. — 10 June 1898

A 'TiMfi' TABLE. A f . & S F Railway Eastboowd. Tr. N Arrive. Depart 1 Via. Decr'tinti. ' 2 M:u v in aim p ui rch Atl'tic Ex. 4 io:lOa m iw.li n in r-b Cro. t.im i TiJJHnm 7:- a in UL KC&Cliin 7 :4attlu : in M Ij Wnyrjrt. j ::.i0 p iu lii'cr. Mixed. Westbound. 1". No. Arrive, f Itei'wrt. i Vih. 'iJPBCr'tion. 1 STL p ni :2 l L'l nr i bj l. Kx. 5 fi:l3pm 1:15 p m IBr'chl ''a!. Li-ii. 5 11:3:1 pra fl:D0pin M L J ''olo. Bx. 17 I2::h m'IJ:4m mlBr'ch Mx. fcj Vi 2:asp m.2:Kpm ML Wy1Kt. 841 2:00 pmj j Br'cl lixid. Noi. 73.74.311 ami 342 daily except Sunday. . Nob. 3 and 4 will run Sunday. Tues'lay aw Thursday. O.A. Kosk, A if cut. JVVVVVV-VVVVVVVVVVV "VV WW V CORRESPONDENCE. South BroTrn. Wheat nearly all headed. Corn looking well but farmers aie badly behind with their cultivating. Oats and barley give promise of j good crop. Plenty of potato bugs and grass hoppers but no damage done as yet. Joe Graves has gone to Gray count to attend a contest trial on a tract o horn stead law1 Jo...

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. — 17 June 1898

&1AP a 'A Time like this demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." : KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS JUNE 17, 1898 Vol 22 No 31, By J M Lewis, Jr J ... - A STRIP OF LAND Or a thousand acres? How much do you want'? We have large and small farms and erazinc lands with and without improvements in all of the southwestern counties. Look at the map of Kansas, select the locality most suitable, decide on he amount of money you wish to in vest and then come to us. We are pretty sure to have just the piece of real estate you want. I am also doing a general INSURANCE BUSINESS g. w. WATSON. A- 13 -V 4 HOUSE PAINTING, Si Paint--. ing, Graining, Frescoing, Pa-J per Hanging, Kalsomining, Etc First-class work and moder- ate prices. Shop in old bakery house, opposite creamery build- V' A M SENSTROM JUST RECEIVED! AT- FALR'S fc i iiMiwmwinw r llWlHIMM Implement A Car of Lp-to-da Implements. Latest Designs in YehlclGF. CALL AND EXAMIME. Bears the 9 8 KM ou HgVB AiwavS Bough...

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. — 17 June 1898

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS 1 JUNE J 898. 41 41 Sun. 1 5 1 19 S26 Mon. 13 20 27 Toe. 7 14 11 28 Wed. 8 15 22 29 Thar. 16 23 30 Frf. 10 17 24 SaL ft 4ft i It Ml 25 i THE WOKLD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASHINGTON' KOTES. The war and navy departments have concurred in giving the Red Cross so ciety official recognition as an affiliated branch of the military and naval serv ices. Miss Clara Barton and First Vice President George Kennan will proceed at once to Key West. The society has been notified that for the present it will be under instructions from Ad miral Sampson. Miss Barton is en deavoring to push her reconcentrado Red Cross work, but Admiral Sampson has withheld his permission for her vessel to sail. The president on the 9th nominated J. Warren Keifer, of Ohio, to be major general and John P. S. Gobin, of Penn sylvania, to be brigadier general. Minister Lichtekveld, the Belgian representative, has informed the state department at Washington that his government ...

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. — 17 June 1898

WHO WANTS BONDS? Oncle Sam Has New Ones for Sale, Aggregating $200,000,000. Secretary Gage Jstues a Circular Explain log the Method to Be Panned In Sub scribing for Them Bidders of SSOO or Lees Are First. Washington, June 14. Immediately upon receipt of the information from the white house that the revenne bill had been signed by the president. , Secretary Gage yesterday issued the following- circular explaining to the public the proposed bond issue: Treasury Department, OrricE of the Secretary, Washington, June 13. 189& The . secretary of the treasury invites subscriptions from the people of the United States for 200. 000.000 of the bonds of the three per -cent, loan authorized by the act of congress approved June 13, 1898. Subscriptions will be received at par tor a period of 32 days, the subscriptions being open from this date to three o'clock p. m. on the 14th day of July, 1898. The bonds will be issued in both coupon and registered form, the coupon bonds in denominations of...

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. — 17 June 1898

THE GRAPHIC. OFFICIAL PATER OT TIIE CITY OF KINSLEY. J. M. Lewis, Ju., Editor and Mjrr. Mks. Coka G. Lewis, Associate Ed. Subscription $100 Pek. Year. Entered at the r..st-offioe ia the City of Krn sley, Kansis, m second-caas mail matce. FRIDAY. JUNE 17, 1898. LOCAL NEWS. Family milch rows. D. Mc Lewis. A new. line of perfumes at M. De Tar's. Mrs. StClair was very ill the first of the week. Read Marsh & Bidwell's advertise ment this week. Barn paints 52 cents ier gallon, at DeTar's. Read Marsh & Oidwell's advertise ment this week. You will need stovepipe. Get it of G. E. Rummell. Rev. J. D. Krum will preach at Lew is next Sunday, June 19, at 11 a. m. The highest market price will be paid n cash for all kinds of poultry at the oreamery. A new lot of cook and heating: stoves received. Call and see them. G E Rummell. If you want to buy a tirst class gun at a very low figure, call on A. Hottewitz. R. A. Andrews and wife left for Ar kansas City Monday, to visit their son, Harper....

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. — 17 June 1898

ivlf Your .77rf3 f fNctUb REPAIRING Or if you want; a new oas, call on S. G. LEONARD Window glass at. DTar's M. DeTar is visiting fats family this wesk. Fresh milch cows. D. Ma Lewis.. Loave your orders for bread and pies at Keener's. Rsal Marsh & Bidwell's advertise m.:i i tub '..i'ja, Iijai Marsh & Bidwell's advertise ment this week. School books are strictly cash to ali: M. DeTar. El. Wilson made a business trip to Lamed Tuesday. Miss Roia Hotter liz is visiting friends iu Larned this week. I keep glass which I sell at moder ate prices. G. E. Rummell. Wj sell tho John Deer all Steel wagon. Misner & Kennedy. See us for anything in the imple ment line. Misner & Kennedy. E. T. Bidwell accompanied Mr. Scarborough to Topeka this week. Buy your Poultry Netting and Window Screens of A. Hottewitz. . special low prices at Seanatterlys' jewelry store on watches and clocks. I now keep poultry netting which I will sell at fair prices. G. E. Hummel We will meet competition in ...

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. — 17 June 1898

AH communications tor this paper should be accompanied by the name of the author, not neccesarOy for publication but as an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the paper. Be particularly careful In giving names and Uates to hare the letters and figures plain and distinct. FIREWORKS OF THE FIELD. VImIIv flmflv hut a. twinkle float In a: bv. Sometimes burning: In the bushes, sometimes gleaming in the sky. Like a fleam from a dream, or a fragment of sunbeam. Sparkling; spangles on the darkness which like golden ingots seem. Winking light. In thy flight, swift winged maemet of the night. Dost thou know, small electrician, thou hast left man out of sight? Flame so fleet, lacking heat, thou canst endless repeat What our best Inventors covet and seek for, to be beat. Now confess, mite or lose that thy secret may bless How thy flickering flame is kindled minus money or distress: How thy clear and steady lamps burn through rains and dewy damps. Till the...

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 June 1898

TO INVADE CUBA. Gen. Shafter Sails from Key West with an Army of Over 15,000. thirty-two Transports, Convoyed by Bat. tlestlp. Leave at Daybreak Jane 13th ' Preparing Expedition to Porto Rico Mure Troop for Philippine. Washington, June 14. The first army of invasion to Cuba is now well on its way, 32 transport steamships bearing? over 15,000 officers and men, convoyed by battleships, cruisers, gun boats and auxiliary craft, 16 in num ber, having actually sailed from Key West at daybreak yesterday morning. An authoritative statement to this ef fect was made at the war department yesterday, setting at rest all reports that the expedition was on its way, or had landed last week. The authori ties made the announceme nt for the reason that the time for secrecy was passed, as the scout boats had made sure that the path was clear before it, and that no possible menace could come from the Spanish ships or troops, even should the enemy know that our forces were now advancing against them. Co...

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 June 1898

1 mME TABLE. A. T. & S. F. Railway. Eastbocwd. Tr N Arrive. Depart- Via. Descr'tion. " 2 :l- p m ?:pin rch Atl'tic Ex. 4 10:10 am 0.10 a la roh Cgo. L.im D 7:38am T:Wam ML KC&Oliui 8 6:00 pm 6 : i5 p m r'cb "' 74 :46aiu J:45hiu ML War W. 343 ':50pui Br'ch Mixed. Westbound. 1-. No. Arrive. Hepart. ; Vm. Deecr'tlon. I U:lnp 111 :2.)pm jllrchi Lkl. Ex. 5 6:13pm -:15pm lir'chi'-al. Lim. 5 9:30 pm 9:rpm ) ML Tolo. Kx. IT 12:ar a m li:4-a m fcr'ofc Mi. C. Ex 73 a::p m:i:3jpui j ML Way t. 341 2:00 p in j Br'ch Mixad. Nos. 73.74.341 and 342. daily except Sunday. Noa. 3 and 4 will run Sunday. Tues'Jny and Thursday. ' G. A. Hosk. Agent. CORRESPONDENCE. Fellsbars. Rain to spare now. Corn is looking well; ditto weeds. Mis. W. W. Shannon is quite sjck with malarial fever. F. U. Terry has had an attack of er ysipelas. Plenty of young grasshoppers and potato bugs. John Boyd and wife were on Ihe sick list last week EiViu Greiser came home sick from Kansas City and has been very low at Syd W...

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 June 1898

- E1F tA Time like this demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." Voi22 No 32, KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS JUNE 24, 1898 By J M Lewis, Jr KINS! Sx A STRIP OF LAND Or a thousand acres? How much do you want? we have large and small farms and grazing lands with and without improvements in all of the southwestern counties. Look at the map of Kansas, select the locality most suitable, decide on he amount of money you wish to in vest and" then come to us. We are pretty sure to have just the piece of real estate you want. I am also doing a general INSURANCE BUSINESS Q. W. WATSON. HOUSE PAINTING. Sisrn Paint ing, Graining, Frescoing, Pa- per Hanging, Kalsomining, Etc I Carriage paintiniI 4 - First-class work and moder i ate prices. Shop in old bakery house, opposite creamery build- ing, AM RENSTROM ' JUST RECEIVED! AT- FALK'S IMPLEMENT HOUSE A Car of Lp-to-da Implements. Latest Designs in Vehicles. CALL AND EXAMIME. WALL. PIPER! 3 cts. a Roll! We handle the most C...

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 June 1898

KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KINSLEY, KANSAS THE WOELD AT LABGE, Summary of the Dally Hews. WASHINGTON NOTES. It was stated on the 15th that Gen. Miles had been ordered to return to Washington from the south for the i purpose of explaining the cause of the delay in the movement of troops, the president and Secretary Alger chafing under the vexations incident to the failure of the troops to move more promptly. The assurance of the success of the war loan has been made absolutely certain by two propositions, each cov ering the entire issue of 5200,000,000. The first was from the . National City bank, Central Trust company and Ver millie & Co. The second was from J. Pierpont Morgan and a number of as sociates. Secketaky Alger on the 15th denied that the government was considering the advisability of making a third call for troops. The secretary of the interior has or dered all porters arrested who sell whisky on trains through the Indian territory. President McKinlet told a promi nent administ...

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 June 1898

COMPLETE FUSION. Gov. Leedy and All State Officers Indorsed by Three Parties. 1'opulUt Platform Dcnundi Abolition of Metropolitan Police System and De clares for a State Stock Yards Democrats for Resubmission. Ticket nominated by the state con tentions of the populists, democrats And silver republicans of Kansas: Governor J. W. Leedy. Lieutenant governor A. M. Harvey. Associate justice S. H. Allen. Attorney general L. C Boyle. Auditor of state W. H. Morris. Secretary of state W. E. Bush. Treasurer of state D.H. Hefle bower. State superintendent of public in struction William Stryker. Congressman-at-large J. D. Botkin. Topeka, Kan., June 15. There were six candidates for temporary chair man at the opening of the populist JOHN W. LEEDY, OF COFFEY COUNTY. (Renominated for Governor.) state convention here Wednesday. The roll call showed Judge J. E. Andrews, of Lane county, was chosen. Judge An drews was escorted to the chair by the defeated candidates. He said: I appreciate the honor of...

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 June 1898

THE GRAPHIC OFFICIAL rAPJSR OF THE CITY OF KINSLEY. .J. M. Lews, Jr., Editor and Mr. Mrs. Cora G. Lewis; Associate Ed. Subscription $100 Per. Year. Entered at the Pit-oflio lu thJ City of Kin der. Kidsu, aa seoud-clM mall matte. FRIDAY. JUNE 24, 1898. LOCAL NEWS. Family milch cows. P. Mc Lewi. J. R. Bacon spent Sunday in Lewis. A new line of perfumas at M. De Tar's. H. J. Noble spent Wednesday in Lamed. Pianos, pianos, pianos, pianos. P. O.lock. Itoad Marsh & Bidwell's advertise ment this week. Read Marsh & Bidwell's advertise ment this week. You will need stovepipe. Get it of G. E. Rummell. Mrs. F. E. Taylor visited friends in Garfield this week. Rev. Krum, of Dodge City, spent .Saturday in the city. Stanley Jones spent Sunday and Monday visiting in Larned. Finest line of pianos and organs -ver sold in the city. P. O. Block. Dr. Clarence Mosher returned to his home in Webb City, Mo. Tuesday night. The highest market price will be paid n cask for all kinds of poultry at the ...

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 June 1898

If Your NEEDS REPAIRING Or if you want a new one, call on. S. G. LEONARD. Window glass at DeTar.V ; M. DeTar is visiting his family this weak. Fresh milch cows. D. Mc Lewis. Mrs. John Cox is seriously ill this week. Thn river hasbaen on a boom this Ten day's sale xf pianos. P.O. Block. Barn paints 52 cents per gallon, at DeTar's. Leave your orders for bread and pies a.j Keener's. Read Marsh fc Bidwell's advertise ment this week. Gil. Matthews went to Kansas City Tuesday night. Road Marsh & Bidwell's advertise menit this week. School books are strictly cash to all. M. DeTar. C. H. Skillington drove down to Gt Bend last Wednesday. Sec my new line of Harness for the spring. A. Hottewitz. Air. ana Mrs. A. U. tunas nave a new boy at their house. The Santa Fe is making prepara tions to sink another well. Have you 6een the fine line of pia nos on sale? P. O. Block. I keep glass which I sell at moder ate prices. G. E. Rummell. We sell the John Deer all Steel wagon. Misner &r Kennedy...

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 June 1898

tSr-MS eonrnmirtcatloni for this paper should be accompanied by the name of the author, not necessarily 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 careful In giving names and dates to bare the letters and figures plain and distinct. ALL THE GOOD WE CAN. If the sunshine never crept Into hovels dark and sad. If its glories never shone Save where everything; was glad. If it scattered not Its beams Over hearts by sorrow chilled, Would the sunshine do His will? Would its mission be fulfilled? If the roses never bloomed 4 Save for gladsome eyes alone. If their beauty and their grace For the weary never shone. If they never brought a smile To the wayside passer-by. Would the roses do their task While the hours of summer fly? If the birdies sang their songs Far from every listening ear. If they poured fhem not abroad All the earth to glad and cheer, Would the birdies' work be done Ere the autumn breezes c...

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 June 1898

KANSAS STATE NEWS. Coat of Charitable Institution. It took the following amounts to ran the Kansas charitable institutions for May: Idiotic and imbecile asylum at Winfield, 86,222.45; school for the blind at Kansas City, 81,323.58; deaf and dumb school at Olathe, 83,046.65; sol diers' orphans' home at Atchison, 81, 717.88; Beloit industrial school for girls, 81,090.54; insane asylum at Os awatomie, 87,531.54. Kanau PatriotUm Undiminished. Recruiting officers have been at vari ous towns in the state securing volun , teers for the Twentieth, Twenty-first and Twenty-second Kansas regiments. There was no trouble in securing sol diers, the supply for exceeding the de mand in every instance. Recruits se cured for the Twentieth Kansas were taken direct to San Francisco. Assessment of Kansas Railroads. The state board of railway assessors have completed the assessment of the Kansas railroads for 1898. The total amount is 860,305,466. In 1897 it was 859,380,194 and in 1896 859,279,346. The i...

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 June 1898

TIME TABLE. A- T. & S. F Railway. EASTB0C50. ' Tr. N . Arrive. Deynru VU. iDert1ou " T " b-.Lit p m ejiopui rch Aii'ticbJt. 4 Ju:10a in iw.lua in n-b Cro. Lira i 7 :3 a m 7 i-k i iu ML K.C" & C 11m H :iwpiii Cil't p in r'cti " 74 tt:45iu JUiatm ML Way rt. 841 2:50 p iu lir'ch Mixed. WE8TBOCSD. So. 1 H 5 17 7:1 S41 Arrive. 1 Depart. 1 VI. Osor'tion, 19 :1ft p m ,9:2i l in lir cbi 1 ni. Ex. (Unm n m Br'cht'-Hl. Ll-n . 9::t)um :'.Aim I ML, "in. fix, !-. a in ivifa in Rr'ct :n p m'-'i'AJ p in I M L :00 p ui ur ci Mx.c Hx v,iy fut. Mixed. Nos. 73. 74. 341 anl 342 daily except Sunday. Nns. 3 and 4 will run Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday. G.A. Kosr. Atrent. CORRESPONDENCE. Lewis Items. Roll Manuel was visiting friends near Lewis recently. Dr. Alexander and family ma1e n very pleasant visit at Mi. G. I). Gil son's last week. Miss Grace Sumney is staying at Mrs. J. W. Bridges. The Aid met at Mrs. W. T. ITuck Bteps Thursday. The usual topics were discussed as well as the latest War news...

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. — 1 July 1898

KINSLEY (&BA3PHIU A Time like this demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Ready Hands." Vol 22 No 33, KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS JULY 1, 1898 By J M Lewis, Jr ' f A STRIP OF LAND Or a thousand acres? How much do you want? we have large and small farms and grazing lands with and without improvements in al of the southwestern counties. Look at the map of Kansas, select the locality most suitable, decide on he amount of money you wish to in vest and then come to us. We are pretty sure to have just the piece of real estate you want. I am also doing a general INSURANCE BUSINESS Q. W. WATSON. 4 HOUSE PAINTING, Sign Paint-1 ing, Graining, Frescoing, Pa- J J per Hanging, Kalsomining, Etc f r. ' : i V- First-class" work and moder- a aw pt ivo tjnvy ill uiu uaixfcjr house, opposite creamery build- in? A M RENSTROM FALK'5 TJVlPLEJVljENT House We Have The Largest Stock of Implements Ever shown in Kinsley. Latest Designs in Vehicles. CALL AND EXAMIME. WALL. 3 cts. a Roll! We...

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