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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 29 May 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. FRIDAY. MAY 19 1H91. TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FEB.K. Schedule in effect. January 2Ttb. 1601. TK4ISS dOISG EAST. No. 4 Now Vork Express, Dep.. x M " n Cblc&?o Express Arrive 7:tiA m . . , , Departs T:i". a m :o. Kiver Express 5:i i m " o. Hirer Kipn-tn, Dep .V-ijam B lcU r'reitntDep 6:iTa m THAIJ9 COI.1Q WEST. 3 Mexico S-anrip-o Ex Dep.. 12 :i" a m Dcnvi & t"tab Ex Arr f. I '"lorailo ExpressArrivt 12:30 ! u - 4i Lrfe Freight U : XJA M N-is. .1. 4. 1 and ai are via. C. K. St W. Kumheri nit Mdaily except Sunday. All tlicr tr-Ins daily, C. K. Sc. W, K. K. TRAtN AHHIT1KO PHOM THE EAST. No 341 Accommodation 1:20 p. M TRAINS GO IN a EAST. No. Ml Accommodation .. 2-45 p u Daily except Sunday. C. F. SPURGIN, Acext. The Mails. 8 P.M. DKPAKT 6 A.M. Monday Wednesday - Friday AHK1VI Tuesday ... Thursday . . Suturday... orrica hours. Oaily (except Sunday) 8 a. m. to 7 p. m ""'- - 3 P. M. to 4 p. M loney Order and Hejristry... 9 a. m. tu 5 p. m CLOSING O...

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. — 29 May 1891

TWO CAPTAINS. ELL, no. I wiant no soldier, but somehow I al ways feel bound To lend hand dec ora tin' when ever the day comes around I didn't go out with no rifle, the same that my gran lather bore. But I can't help bavin" the feel in' that some way I lit in the war. You sea It were this way. When Ltuct ln come into the president's chair. -An' some states begun their secedin', an ru mors of war tilled the air. .-Our boys had Just gTowed up to manhood, strong, patriotic an' bright. .An" so they was ready for flghtln' for what they believed to be right. : Now mother were kind of romantic, an' talked of the rights of the state. Hut the nation my grandfather fit for seemed all right to me up to date: jLa' so we was kind of divided on which were the way It should be. A.n Edward, he sided with mother, an' Will iam, he sided with me. n' after some time of hard figbtin', an neither seemed gainin' the day. Why, William, he went for the union, an' Ed ward, he put on the gray; .An mother an' m...

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. — 29 May 1891

fERRIBLE RESULT. TbeMorai Pointed By a Sensation al Tragedy. I0TEER A5D CHILD F0U5D HAXG15G. . The Woman'i Colorado Lover feUlei on tiospielon Ilia Almost Successful Sui cide lie Protests Innocence With Kvidence Against Hlnu frALKXA, Kan., May 27. Several vffeeks ago Mrs. Blanche Mackey with lier two children, aped 6 years and 18 months respectively, came from San Juan county, Colorado, where she lived with her husband, to visit her mother, Mrs. Hall. About a week later William Alvord also came from Colorado, and developments soon showed that he had followed Mrs. Mackey, and that she probably knew of his coming and per mitted his attentions. Sunday about noon Alvord and Mrs. Mackey. with the two children, were seen going1 toward the river, and about 2 o'clock parties saw them at Chico, two miles west of here. This was the last time the mother and youngest child were ever seen alive. The older child returned home about 4 o'clock and told her grandmother that her mother and Alvord wer...

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. — 29 May 1891

'." u-.taagry , ' .. 1 . Kinsley- W.C- ,X. U. Meetirurs will be lielfl'on Thursday after imuii ox (!uc;t week at the rofluence of liu. : Jliliic-r, !t ;--iuuinif prompt!;' at i o'elock. first Tuesday Bible Heading . Sr-cond T ut-s.iay .rtusioees Meeting "Third Tufswlay Mother's Meeting: Fourth Tuesday Responsive Heading 'Kiltn Tuesday .' ...L.itrary The Classitied Directory to Metropol itan Clitirclies of London, njys tbat $19, 750, Quo will expended in that city this ve:ir in charitable ana mission ary work. Prof. Osier writes to the New -York Medical Journal, that in all large hos- .Ditnls in Germany, cases of disease of Jhe heart, coming tJired.ly;from,th.e ex cessive use of beer are eouinion. , There are four Free churcb , minis . ter in Glasgow who will not admit diinkstllers to chuch membership Messers. ltoss of Cowcaddens, Mac kev of Trinity, Andrew of the White Memorial, and Uobbie of Blochaian. I5oron Lei'oig says that "brandy, : in ; jits action on the nerves, it is like ....

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 5 June 1891

Orabhic Established Sept. K' Banuer KiiaOlisaed Jan. lsT. t Consolidated JSS7. KIN SL.E Y, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, IS91. VOL. 14 ISO, SECRET SOCIETIES. O E 8 Oolden Chain Chapter. No 1 meets in Ma sonic hall, on Sixth Street the Hrst mid third . t'rldav of ewh month. M hs. . N . CDLK. . Mlti. I. IJOIES. V. M. tieortary- K or P Ktlwinninic Lode N 9 'VJfl. K of P. Meets -very I'hurwisr at It p ui, in G A It hall on "'olony avenuw. Visiiinir KmC'btt) in tfood .t.imtini? coruiallylu viteo to ti'i)!!. M.JTUMHS. A M MEUilYMAN.' CO K u t U 8 KINSI.EV CHAPTElt NO. M II A M Kinslc f Chapter N- l'-J. K A M. 'holds regu lar meet ir.jji timt and t&ird Tuesdays in each couth. Transient cotnrptmiont" t-ordially hi lled to attend. W O JilOVl.W 11 liPinl':, Sec- Hi AOUW Kinsley bodae No- 131 meets every second nnl lourth Friday nitflit f i ncli month in .: heir h:l I on Mix th street. Vitm, lirotuera -.re orViiliv in viteu to meet with 11. v 11 Kltl!.Si:H K A WOODUUHV. IteoordeB M W A P & A...

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. — 5 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KIXSLEY, - KANSAS. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of the Sally News. nASHIXGTON NOTES. It has been practically decided to ex tend the per cent, loan at 2 per cent, and to give the holders of these bonds the necessary ninety days notice. Thb statements that a secret clause exists in the commercial treaty with the United States relating1 to Cuba and Porto. ico and that a hitch has oc curred 1b semi-officially declared to be untrue. Hehrt Stbahv, of South Carolina, the colored messenger in the treasury de partment who was connected with Green B. Raum, Jr., in securing' ap pointments and promotions in the pen sion office for pecuniary consideration, has resigned on the request of Secre tary Foster. The assistant secretary, Spaulding, has decided that the paintings belong ing to Miss Mary Sherman, of Wichita, Kan., in the hands of the surveyor of customs at Kansas City, Mo., are en titled to free entry. The board of officers appointed to conduct ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 5 June 1891

GARLANDS FOE HEEOES. ..A. Decoration Day Sermon By Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage. -Garlands For All the Dead, Both North Bud South Honors Dae to Bath Sides So Time For Sectionalism Kov. . On the Sunday after decoration day .Kev. 'x. DeMitt lalmage preacnea an .-appropriate sermon at Brooklyn. Ilia subject was: "Two Garlands for North ern and Southern Graves." Over the pulpit were two wreaths of beautiful "flowers, and they were linked together rso that they were an object lesson of the subject presented. His text was from Isariah 43, 8: "I will say to the .North. Give up, and to the South, Keep mot back." Dr. Talmage said: Just what my text meant by the -north and south, I cannot say, but in "the United States the two words are so point blank in their meaning that no one can doubt. Thr m tn n m npn than j -east and west, for although between "those two last there have been rivalries . and disturbing ambitions and infelici ties and silver bills and world's fair controversies, there have bee...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 5 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. BY HEN ELY OiUQ03. Entered at the pout orttce at Kinsley e second-class mail matter. .'. .. i . FKII4,V. J C VB 5. 1891. Tnu chint? hug stands no show with a Snow. Canada's crops nit said to be suf fering from diont'i. O. K. V'n-sf)N, t!ie Great Bend de- defaulter, -was brought back to Great J JJeiid Monday. Some of the tirst families of England sire engaged in a scandal, of the. usual disgraceful type. ' When a man has a big mortgage-on his home it is difficult to convince him that he is prosperous. jicwKixj '.'htb, the self-alleged "second Christ, has been working Kansas City, the past week. The I'epubiicans speak lightly, of the third-party ..movement, but, .their words do not represent their thoughts Ths Kan sits salt, men, liaye a hear ing before the interstate commerce commision on the 8th of this month. "I am going to Oklahoma, where TIiX'lt Sam fef-tls tlin ni-iiil( " uaa tlip motto on a movers outfit which passed territory recently. into t he ins 'oqien...

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. — 5 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1891. TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA Sc. SANTA FEK.K. Schedule in effect. January 27th, 1891. twains anma cast. No. 4 New York Express, Dep.. 4:35 A M " Chicago Express, i -Arrives 7:05a m I Departs 7:iaA M ' " fo. Hi ver Express 4:40 p M 'o. ii ver Express, Dep 5:00 Pm 4G Local FreiifHi Dep 8:47 a. m TRAINS OOINQ WEST. : Mexico & SanoDieiro Ex Dep. 5 lien ver & Utah-Ex Arr " 7 Colorado Express Arrives. . .. " " " " Dep.. 45 Local Freight . . 12:S5 A M . 92 i h 12: p M 12:40 p M 11 :30a m Nos. 3, 4, 341 and a42 re via. C. K. & W. Numbers 45 and 4 ti daily except Sunday. All atner trains daily, C. K.4 W, R. R. TWAINS ARRIVING FROM THE EAST. No. 41 Accommodation 1:20 p i TRAINS BOl.VO EAST. No. 342 Accommodation 2:45 P. M Daily except Sunday. G. F. SPUEGIN'.Aoest. The Mails. ILKA. ARRIVE' 6P.M. DEPAIIT'-SA. M. riiecrtuy Mondav J'ljurstiuy Wednesday Wuiunlity friday office nouns. .'Kily except Sunday) 8 A. -m: to 7 p. m '"iduy a p. m. to 4 ...

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. — 5 June 1891

STORMY TIMES. ""Widespread. Region " of Soaklnsr Rains and Disastrous Winds. THREE LIVES LOST IS SOUTH DAKOTA 1VM1I Effects of Lightning In Ohlo-ThrM PenoDi Injured In KtnMt DluutrDU II a II In Wisconsin Xo Lives Lost. Watkbtows, S. D., June 3. A small -cyclone formed at the edge of town ;yesterday and demolished six barns. The path of the storm was only about 00 feet wide and not a single house within the city limits was in its way. Horses were lifted from the ground, liar led into the air and sent sprawling . Co the earth. Wagons were taken up bodily and lmrled to atoms. Five miles northeast of here two Houses and three barns were literally j carried away. The debris from the .storm as it left this city spread along its line for nearly a mile. At Waverly, twelve miles northeast, two coal sheds were ruined and a brick . smoke stack of the roller mills flat tened to the ground. O. P. Chandler sad his son were in one of the barns 'when the storm struck' it and were pinned under the b...

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. — 5 June 1891

If. T t 'J -TV ' t -i i A i 3 21 I 4 r KANSAS STATE NEWS. Nora Dick, 11 years old, died recent ly at Hutchinson from the effect of a dose of morphine administered by her father in mistake for quinine. John Lynch, a contractor of Salt Lake City, was arrested at "Wichita the other morning-, charg-ed with the em bezzlement of funds of the firm of De woody & Lynch. The shortage is said to be 82,000. Edward Hopeman, a constable, re cently went to the farm of Cyrus Al drich in Norton county to take posses sion of some mortgaged horses, when Aldrich resisted and a fig-ht ensued in which Ilogeman was killed and Aldrich fatally wounded. The two men fought desperately, firing at each other five or six times. Patents recently issued to Kansas in . ventors: Grain securer, A. C. Brant : ingham, AVinfield; envelope moistener, etc.. William E. Brown, Kansas City; . corn planter, Samuel Huffman, Xiota; car coupling, C. J. Haffey, Eureka; car coupling, F. G. Nixon, Chalk Mound; carriage rail, J....

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. — 5 June 1891

THE KIMSLEY GRAPHIC: FHIP A , 3 US B 6. 1S91. TEMPERANCE DOTS. KlKStEr W. C. T. U. Meetings will be held on Thursday siter n(on of each weeis at the residence of Airs. Milner, beginning: prouiiilly at 3 o'clock. First Tuesday Bible Heading (3Cotid Tuediiy Th,ird Tuesday,; Fourth. Tuesday. ... Fifth Tuesday .liusintsa Meeting Mother's Meeting ... . Kespouaive Heading Literary In two Kansas towns, Lincoln and Cawker City, the. vote of ,tbe women outnumbered the vote of the. men tit the last municipal election. . Mrs. Julia McNair "Wright has just published the only Danish, story ever written in America. . It js entitled "Fr.u Dagmafs Son." A. copy, splen didly bound Jn white -watered silk, with the Danish arms painted on one side, and enclosed in a beautiful box lined with white puffed silk, has been " sent to the Queen of Denmark by the National temperance Society. Another, jllustaition of Goethe's famous, saying,. 'TIe ever womanly drawethon," is found in the apioiiit mpnt of Miss K...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 12 June 1891

X TFT trt :A fcj ft 3 U 4 VOL.. 14 KINSLEY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1891. NO. SECRET SOCIETIES. O E S - Golden Chain Chapter. No 9. meet In Ma woiiic bail, on sixth Sircf-t t&c first and third Frid.iT-.of each mouth. MKs. F. N.COLE.- SlliH. F. I. BOIES. W. M. .Secretary K or P Kitwinninar Lodire No K. of P. McU cvry Thursday tit M p in, in G- A K hull on Oionv, avenue Visiiiiifr Kntpbts iu irood T;tndijsi cordinllyiti vited to attend. MCTCUUS. A M MillKVMAN CC K of K & S KINSLEY C.iAITKIl NO. 1 J K A M Kinsu-y C!i:iit'-r X'i H, H . m holils roB-ii-lac inxidLifrs first iiu I tftir.i Tuesdays in each 'inoiitn. Transient companions cordially in S ito.l to attend. W D EttWlN-, H lil'jisiUK. Sec lit" A O U W KinsW;- Lollop So Htl moots every second mid tour-Mi Friday nijrlit of each month in heir hallon Sixth street. Visitinjf brothers iiri- ordiallv iuvite-u to meet with us. W H KUBXCH J FAWOODUUUV. IteeorJer M W A T & A M Mount Morlah t-oiljre 1TK meets regularly in t heir...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 12 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, - - - - . - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of the Dally Kew. WAS HIXGTOX MOTES. Thi state department bas been offi cially informed by Consul -General Kim- berly of a chang-e in the ministry of tbe government of Guatemala and of the appointment ol eenor Lie beon aa min ister of foreign relations. Tee secretary of the treasury bas called upon a number of national bank depositories to transfer to the sub treasury a portion of the amount of public moneys held by them and not needed for the transaction of public business. The Wichitas and affiliated tribes have commenced signing1 with the gov ernment commission. The report has again been started that Secretary Noble will resign on ac count of bad health. The president has appointed William D. Owen, of Logansport, Ind., superin tendent of immigration. Mr. Owen is 45 years of age, represented the Tenth congressional district of Indiana in the last three congresses and was the autho...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 12 June 1891

THE BURDEN BEARER. Tiev. Dr. Talmage Discourses "Worldly Struggles. on 1h Lord's Help Ever Read to the Need The Struggles of Men In Their Journey Through Life Com fort In All Bereavement. In a late sermon at Brooklyn Rev. T. X)e Witt Talmage took for his subject: '"The Burden Bearer," and his text was .from Psalms lv. 23: "Cost thy burden upon the Lord, and He shall sustain "thee. " He said: David was here taking his own medi- cine. If anybody had on him heavy weights, David had them, and yet out ' -of his own experience he advised you and me as to the best way of getting ;rid of burdens. This is a world of bur den bearing. Coming into the house of prayer there may be no sign of sad ' ness and sorrow, but where is the man who has not a conflict? Where is the soul that has not a struggle? And there is not a day in all the year when my . 'text is not gloriously appropriate and 'there is never an audience assembled on the planet where the text does not fit the occasion: "Cast thy burde...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 12 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. J3Y HE5KY OKICXJ3. Entered at the post office at Kinsley as Bwonil-class mail matter. FlUDAY. JUNE 12. 1891. Vk will celebrate the Fourth! Fahm lands, at. present prices, are promising investments. Oklahoma lias on record a marriage of sin acquaintance of six hours. The complimentary small change of society should be taken at a large discount. IK'Imjk City people have quit kick ing about the elements and are now toyiug with foot-balls. HoTKix.ia not the only judge in Kansas who is in the habit of holding something more than court. The notorious Daltoii gang, who infests the Oklahoma country, seem to realize the fact that the ollicers are afraid of them. Amekicans are .beginning - to see the effect of unrestricted foreign im migration, and will entertain vigorous measures to suppress the evil. 1'kank Siddall, the great soap man, does not believe in using dodgers to advertise his wares. He says "the man who does not read a newspaper does not use soap." Is Chicago ...

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. — 12 June 1891

i r THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. fKlDAY. JUNE 12.il61. TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPE K A A SANTA Kit K. K. Schedule in effect. January 2Ttb. 1 591. TKAIjfS GOING EAST. Dep. No. 4 New Vcrk Express " 6 ChicHpo Express. -J " Mo. Itiver F.xpre. ' e o . Kiver Kxpress. Dtp 4C Local Freight iJep "nebe" knew course he did! alflsbout it! Of Best. Zephyr Glhghatns, at 10 cents, Edwards & Noble. TRAIMS r.OINO WEST. " .Mxlo & PansOieifo Ex Dep.. s li. nvcri L'tah Ejc Ait V ' .-rraio KjcpresaArrirtrs ... " 7 ' " Dep.. 45 L'h?h1 Frcfirlit Nns.fl, 4, 34! and mi are via. C. K. Numriers 45 anl 48 daily except Sunday t tier irt ins daily, C. W, K. R. THAINS AKHITINQ KIIOM THE EAST. 3-11 Accommodation 1:20 No TRAINS GOING EAST. No. MCJ Accommodation Daily except enndny. C. F. SPCRGIN. Between 10.000 and 12.000 box?s of strawberries were raised in the vicinity of Leavenworth, this year. Keep your optics on the ierson who 4:TS A M ,,,..,,,. j In l.o sn nimw lis tfl nblpot to Arrives MnA x,,l""- " ..Dt-pans ...

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. — 12 June 1891

-LINCOLN IN "KANSAS IN 1859. KxtneU From Ez-Senator In grails' EiMf In the New York Hun. The republicans of Kansas territory liad called a convention to assemble at Osawatomie on the 18th of May, to ef fect a formal organization of the party, mod Mr. Lincoln was Invited to be pres nt. He accepted conditionally, but the condition developed so rapidly in Illinois that he was unable to attend. 'On the 10th of that month the repub licans of that state met at Decatur, and he was announced with great enthu siasm as the "rail-splitter candidate" for the presidency in 1860. The Wyandotte, Kan., constitution was framed in July, adopted in October by popular vote, and an election for Btate officers was held in December, 1S59. The canvass was animated, -though the result was a foregone con clusion, and again Mr. Lincoln was urged by some of his Illinois friends and acquaintances who had settled in . the territory to address the republicans upon national politics. This was the' pretext, but in ...

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. — 12 June 1891

KANSAS STATE NEWS. Frank Snow and the Hamilton Print ing' Co. have purchased the plant of Cliff Baker, the outgoing1 state printer, for 25,000, and Mr. Baker will retire from the business. A man who registered himself as B. II- Lyon, of South Bend, Ind., was found dead in his bed at the National hotel in Leavenworth the other mor ing. In the room was found an empty morphine bottle and a hypodermic syr inge. J. L. Brown, a farmer, was recently the victim of a fatal accident near Cheney. On his place Is a well sixty feet deep, down which had fallen a post, blocking the passage of the bucket. While trying to fish out the obstruction the curbing gave way and he was dashed to the bottom of the well and instantly killed. Judge Eastland has appointed a referee to investigate the condition of the Kanapolis Land Co., of Kanapolis, and the company will undoubtedly be placed in the hands of a receiver and its affairs wound up The suit was brought by one of the original stockholders, and from 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. — 12 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. FLU DA V, JUNE 13, 101. TEMPERANCE DOTS KiKSLEr W. C. T. U. Meeting will be helt on Thursday after noon of each week at the resiileuce of Mrs. Miiiter. iK'tJri lining promptly ut i o'clock. First Tuesday Bible Heading Second Tuewiay Uusiness Meeting Third Tuesday Mother's Meeting Fourth Tuesday. Kesponaive Meadlnx Filth Tueadny Literary The Army temperance association, in India, numbers about lo,351. r A bright Missouri woman writes: "I have been told of a piece of legisla tion, or rather two legislative acts, whose juxtaposition seems like the delicate irony of fate. On the same day the Missouri legislature defeated the bill forbidding the sale of cigar ettes to boys, and passed the bill for penning up geese. Verily, this gov ernment seems to be of, by, and for the geese, instead of for the bovs." Miss Wesson, superintendent of work among sailors for the World's V. C. T. U., states that "There is now no ship of war, large or small, in Iler Majesty's service, wh...

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