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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

1 Devoted to me inierCTtsflte "ikw:"5ie5hop and the arm )j Tenth Year, No. 52. OFFICIAL 8TATE PAPKK. ! YKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 28, 1898. EVERT WrnHfflflDAV. JPK1CK riVK CitiVTS. Corporations Should Pay. A MISMon-Dollar Company Should Pay More Than -a DJ!Ir . to the State for Charter. BUSH'S SENSIBLE REPORT. In his biennial report to the legisla ture, Secretary of State Bush makes a number of interesting recommendations. Mr. Bush is a practical printer and his experience in that line leads him to be lieve that State ownership of the print ing plant would give the State double the results for the same expenditure. He thinks that the penitentiary, the re form school, the reformatory and State agricultural college ought to do their own printing. Another sensible recom mendation is that each department and Institution be allowed a specific amount for printing, and he believes that by so doing orders would be curtailed. He ad vises a revision of the rates paid the State printer but...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 2S. supplies was assigned to the committee on claims and accounts. The State printer was Instructed to print no more than 2,000 house journals in book form and the chief clerk was given BDeclflc In atructlon to allow pay for no employe for time prior to the date on which he actually began work. The following orotest against the con vening of the legislature was offered on behalf of the Republicans by Mr. Beaton "Whereas. The Hon. J. W. Leedy, gov ernor of the State of Kansas, has, as we believe, without sanction of constitution or law. and from insincere or sinister motive, issued a pretended call for the purpose of convening the legislature or the State of Kansas in special session and. "Whereas, He recites In said pretended call, as sole grounds therefor, legisia tion which in various forms he has al ready heretofore submitted, first, to a session of this legislature, and which he himself afterward vetoed; and, second, to the people at large, whic...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

1858. 8" THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE LEGISLATURE. road board while the hext fixes telegraph r atttpday rates as stated la another place la this I Icotia Tf aliui Area tAlantina rafaa onrl Routine matters occupied the time of elv ' the raiir0ad board nower to en- the session which was short. The re- Iorce provisions. Another of Keefer'a marks of Senators relative to deceased bills prohibits contract labor at the penl- members were voted a place la the tentlary and provides for the employ- Senate Journal. A resolution was adopt- ment in the manuiacture or supplies for ed nrovidine that each committee room the State Institutions. h nrovided with a codv of the eeneral Na 32. by Keefer, is a civil service statutes of 1897. the same to be branded measure. It includes all State lnstltu- "State Property" and returned to the tions, the police and Are departments Secretary of State at the close of the and the public schools in the classlflca- session. An adjournment was taken un- tlon. Tnree c...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

4 DECEMBER 28, THE ADVOCATE AMD NEWS. J! S : Practical Farm Notes I From Actual Experience. tn,un, u th. Mnt Hflalthful. Mott Uselul. and Most Noble Employment ol Man." TlinoA Wolililnlltrui () Cora aud Oat fur Hones. There are 18,000 omnibus horses In Paris, France, and they are fed almost wholly on corn and oats shipped from this country. These horses are driven fifteen or sixteen miles each day and the service 18 so lauonuua uuu eAiiauomis that the average age of horses in this ser vice Is only five years. The daily ra tion for each of these horses Is eight pounds of shelled corn and eight podnds of oats with ten pounds or cut nay or , oat straw and two pounds of beans. American grain Is in demand for feeding not only horses but people In Europe, and the demands for the products of the American farmer are constantly Increas ing. Uunrauteed Kffgs. Another swindle In selling old eggs for new has been discovered In the mar kets of England. When eggs get so old and dingy aa to be unm...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. 5 CHOPS AND BACON. IllTalrr of Specie at the Minnesota Atfrlcnltaral College. Professor Shaw, head of the depart ment of animal husbandry at the Minne sota State Agricultural college, has in stituted a new series of experiments, says the St. Panl Pioneer Press. The farm has just purchased 120 lambs, and in a few days more Professor Shaw will be in the midst of feeding experiments deuigned to solve definitely the impor tant problem of what breeds possess the best qualifications for quick and eco nomical fattening. The experiments will cover four of the most popular sheep breeds in the northwest Cotswolda, .Merinos, Oxfords and mixed Sbrop shires and Southdowns. Some 35 or 40 of each class will be used in the experiments. They are all od hand now, with the exception of the Oxfords, and these are expected almost any day. The Iambs were purchased at the New Brighton yards and are from a large number brought in from the Mon tana ranges for finishing. Each lot...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 23, CONCERNING KANSAS ""''Wi'"""'"'' iti i I f untmrv"1 't i . n 11 f BY J. W. MORPHY. St Paul Is to have a new State bank. A Snllna man has a horseless carriage. Governor Harvey started In life as a chool teacher. Sallna has voted $10,000 of bonds for a new high school building. Two Insurance companies have ap plied for admission to the State. There are 114 Inmates at the. Hutch inson reformatory. Forty are negroes. Wichita lawyers have arranged a ban quet for Governor Stanley for the 23th. The John A. Martin monument will be unveiled at Atchison on Decoration day. Too many Republicans are hearing about "something Just as good" these days. Wichita Is working on a plan for mu nicipal ownership of an electrfc light plant. New school buildings are to be erected on the Kickapoo Indian reservation near Hiawatha. Out at Syracuse "precautions" are taken to make masquerade balls pleas ant affairs. Ground hog day Is the date set by Will White for the first ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. J. !7 I the past two years he has succeeded la building up a strong newspaper which has wielded a wide influence, but the ' weight of seventy odd yeara makes rest . and retirement necessary. The new paper will be conducted along reform lines and promises to be a strong and vigorous one. Rothweiler's telegraph bill provides for a maximum rate of 20 cents for a day message of ten words from any point in the State to any other in the State. The night rate is fixed at 10 cents. Two cents per word may be charged in addi tion for any messages of more than ten words and 1 cent for night messages. Mr. Jack Stewart, one of the newspaper veterans of northwest Kansas, Is dead. He published Stewart's Bazoo at Smith Center for a dozen or more years and of late yers it was one of three Demo cratic papers in the Sixth district Stew art had all kinds of friends who knew him as a faithful, good-natured, uncom plaining man. Whoop Tomlinson is a busy man. His twice-a-week daily ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

8 THE ADVOCATE AND KiSWS. DECEMBER 23, Governor Leedy's flessaje. . Governor Lecdy's message to the epe clal session of the legislature was read at 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. It la in full as follows: To the Senate and House of Represen tatlves: Although the present executive and : majority of each house of the present legislature were elected under a pledge to the people to enact a maximum rate law. when the time arrived for tne im filling of that pledge Uie menace of a judicial decision, by the higneBt triDu nal in the land, which would make legls latlve regulation of railroad chargss practically impossible, caused many to doubt the wisdom of attempting tho promised legislation; and sucn umer , ence of ODinlon nrevalled that the exec utlve felt called upon to withhold his approval from the compromise measure finally passed. TFere was then pending undetermined In the Supreme court of tho United States a case which Involved the ques tion whether, as to railroad legislation, 'the...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE , ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1333. w MmB AIM ml 'hT .Wrf , . Mrs. Frazier didn't allow galloping over hor parade in tbo dead of the night without an attempt to detect the perpe trator. That vigilant dame had more than once brought graceless skylarkers to terms and the qnadrnpedante putrem Eonitn of Fuller's mustang represented to her incensed and virtuous ears only the mad lark of some scapegrace subal tern, who perchance had not been as attentive to 'Manda as he should have been, and she was out of dreamland and over at the window before Fuller fairly drew rein. ""What is it, Brooks, me boy?" asked Frazier from his casement, as did gal lant O'Dowd of his loyal Dobbin. "I'll be down in a minute. " By the time he rf ' " could not stay here, sir, and nee my old troop go witliout me." reached the door Fuller bad hurried up his stiff and wearied scouts, and in the presence of a little party of officers the story was told again, and told without break or variation. There was only one opinion...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

10 DECEMBER 28, THE ADVOCATE AHD NEWS. THE ADVOCATE I AND NEWS. UK SHOP andfami OPPICIAL PAPER OP TUB STATE OP KANSAS. i.l"iicJ Every WeJaeiJar.it Topeka, foam. (1320. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors akd Pbofbibtobs. Fi-Triptlon 1lUm;One copy one ytxvr by rwi, tl. In club of ten or more, by mail, one t ;yr, 76 cents each. Ihe advertising rale of The Advocate and Newt )' una. mamau vnu oe mane ana prv.ee jur i lud on atmlication. No extra eharae for euts, el. The piuUishen ns'.rve the right to reject any o 'U'tionatjie adoertUina. The reader of this 1 'par may consider any advertisement wnicn ap i '.an herein a reinrescHtlnu a firm whose reliabu i vouched for by Uie piitdishers. i.t..t ...... .Jl.)tSl...t iy. iUUtl nnA tnnm t ''n'o'iiU-Ued with The Kama Newt in i&n. The t v tomie and Neum is the official State paper, and i n larger nrcuiaixon wan any outer n.ansa i ly which receives advertisements. iW information regarding subscription and c ui'vfustna roue, aaareea er-w THE ADVOC...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

11 1S98. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. pendent in thought draws for her the usual amount of attention. She may be counted on to continue to be worthy of police along both lines. A KANSAS DAIRY SCHOOL. The undeveloped possibilities of Kan sas are immeasurably greater than the present utilized resources. In this State the dairy industry is in its infancy and far from being developed. Kansas has the climate, the soil and the pure water that might make it one of the foremost, if not the leading, dairy State in this country. Here winter dairying could be carried to a high degree of perfection and profit at much less expense than in the States farther north where the win ters are longer and colder and the aver age crops much lighter than in Kansas. And yet Minnesota and Wisconsin have run entirely away from Kansas in the development of their dairy interests and their dairy products are sought for not only in the markets of this country but also In Europe and Asia. They have ac complished these r...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 12 DECEMBER 2S. By MABLE DICCS. ONE CHRISTMAS MORNING. An Appropriate Story (or the Holiday. BY l'KRI.K HAI.KY. The tears stood in little Marjorle's eyes and her tiny baby lips trembled pitifully. She wa3 a tiny mite of four years, with large blue eyes and tangled brown curls falling over her pretty face and nestling on her fat little neck. Marjorle's only companion and play mate, her mother, lay deud in their little bare room and would not "wake up," as Marjorio said, when she called her, pat ting the cold cheek and rubbing her chubby hands over the soft curls of her dead mamma. There was no fire, and it waa so cold in their room. Shivers ran over the thinly clad baby and her hands were blue with cold. An old, faded blue shawl was wrapped around the little shoulders. It was the last loVIng act her mamma had done, taking it from her poor wasted form to tie around her baby. She had called Marjorie to her a3 she lay on her hard bed and clasping her to her breast...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18 wife needed money for the medicine, Her father refused and beard no more from them. He did not try to find them, and now as he listened to the landlady'H Btory he was filled with deep remorse and intense grief. He went back home a sorrowful old man. With him he carried a little rose wood box, the only relic of Bertha'a better days, containing her marriage cer tificate, the date of her husband s death and of Marjorie's birth. On Christmas morning Marjorie found a lovely doll and carriage beside her bed. There were other toys and plenty of candy and fruit for her, too. She was happy in her new home and called her aunt "Mamma" and her grandpapa "Santa Kos." Perfectly sat isfied with her beautiful surroundings she leads a happy and contented life, Good Things from the Kansas Issue. The Kansas Issue is a lively monthly at 25 cents a year, published in the In terests of temperance by the Kansas State Temperance Union. Here are some . of the good things in the Dec...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14, DECEMBER 28, ( Published December 23, 1808.) Appsllato Court Syllabi. Southern Department, Kaitera Division. Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 359. Board of County Commissioners of Cher okee County, Kansas, plaintiff In error, vs. J. 0. Hubbard, defendant In error. Error from Cherokee County. MODIFIED. Syllabus. By the Court. Milton, J. In an action by a county officer to recover foes paid over by him to the county com missioners under the provisions of a law requiring such payment (and which law had been declared unconstitutional by the su preme court), the petition alleged that the fees were so paid over under a mistake of fact, but it was also alleged that such pay ments were made to avoid forfeiture of office and the penalties provided for In the said law and to prevent litigation, "all of which were threatened by said act for non compliance therewith;" held that the latter allegations so far modified the former that ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 found its value to be J1ZJ. Judgment was rendered accordingly. The plaintiff brings the case here for review and alleges that the defendant failed to prove the value of the corn. On page 31 of the record the plaintiff ad- mils that it sold 913.7 bushels of the corn to Barn & Hurt-hard and received Jb2.27 therefor. It could nt)t therefore have been prejudiced by a failure to Introduce evi dence to support a Judgment of U. The judgment of the District court is affirmed. A true copy. Attest: Ifleai.' E. J. WESTGATE. Clerk. In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Western Division. No. 113. The Wyandotte National Bank, and D. T. Dennis, plaintiffs in error, Christiana A. Simpson, as administratrix of the estate of T. E. Simpson, deceased, defendant in error. Error from 1'ratt County District Court. Syllabus. REVERSED. Dennlaon, P. J. 1. The IsHue In an action of replevin is the wrongful detention of the property at the time of the commencement o...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Xli DECEMBER 23, J CIVIL SERVICE REFORM IN T KANSAS. t The Attitude the People'. Party ot the Ute Should Take on Thla Impor tant Matter. Br HENRY M'lEA.N. Before the People's Party in Kansas can advance much further along the llnca of 1U paramount principle the public ownership of public utilities a eyatem of civil service must be devised and applied to our Btate Institutions. There are thousands of voters in this state who believe in our fundamental principles, but who hesitate to vote with U4, because they believe that unless an effectual system of civil service is adopt ed, the fulfillment of our theories will build up an array of state employes to bo used at each recurring election as a political army with which will be fought the political battles of the state. This belief exists within the lines of the party no less than without them. The over whelming sentiment of the non-offlce holding claHs of Populists in Kansas is in favor of a good system of civil ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 17 1833. OFFICIAL VOTE. Vote on Governor. CANDIDATES. 3 STATEMENT OF THE STATE BOARD OF CANVASSERS OF VOTES CAST AT THE GENERAL ELECTION OF NOVEMBER 8, 1898. couNTiE& Vote on Associate Justice. CANDIDATES. COUNTIES. Allen 1.305 Anderson' Atchison Barber Barton Bourbon .... Brown , Butler Chase Chautauqua 1.911 CIO 1.415 2.187 1.928 2,283 797 1,034 Cherokee 3,2 Cheyenne U Clark Clay 1,032 Cloud".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .'. .' 1'829 Coffey .' Comanche tli Cowley Crawford 3 J, Decatur BUU Dickinson Doniphan Douglas .. Edwards . Elk 1,920 1,084 ." ; 1.857 403 1,309 Ellis M Ellsworth Finney f'" Ford 52j Franklin .. 2,218 28 195 .... C07 35 118 Geary .. Gove .... Graham Grant ... Gray .... Greeley .... Greenwood Hamilton .. Harper Harvey ..... 32 1.0S9 156 1,080 ; 1,201 Haskell W Hodgeman fll Jackson J.;2 Jefferson J. . Jewell MM Johnson 1.8I'9 Kearny I"8 Kingman l.4 Kiowa 215 Labette 2,940 Lane 173 Leavenworth 3,210 Lincoln 9W Unn 1.893 Logan 148 Lyon 2,199 Ma...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

(THE ADVOCATE AMD Ni5WS. Vote on Lieutenant Governor. Vote on Secretary of State. CANDIDATES. P ? CANDIDATES. v COUNTIEa COUNTIES. XHen 308 Anderson l Atchison Barber , Barton 14i; Bourbon f'JS Brown Butler Chase Chautauqua 1"wo Cherokee Cheyenne f Clark 1'. Clay Cloud 1W1 Coffey Comanche i" Cowley Crawford Decatur w Dickinson Doniphan J-"" Dougla Kdwards , Klk 1-!17 EHIb m Ellsworth x Kinney Ford " Franklin 2""t Geary 845 Gove Graham 1 Grant , Gray in Greeley 32 Greenwood 1.717 Hamilton 159 Harper 1.068 Harvey 1.21 Haskell 36 Hodgeman Jackson 1,436 Jefferson 1.75a Jewell 1.910 Johnson 1.892 Kearny 113 Kingman 1.028 Kiowa 214 Labette 2,913 Lane 176 Leavenworth 3.288 Lincoln 979 Linn 1.872 Logan H6 Lyon 2.196 Marlon 1.211 Marshall 2,255 McPherson 1.841 Meade 145 Miami 2,017 Mitchell U74 Montgomery 2,603 Morris 1.093 Morton 24 Nemaha 2.104 Neosho 1.981 Ness 454 Norton Osage 2.580 Osborne 1.090 Ottawa 1.155 Pawnee 005 Phillips 1.320 Pottawatomie 1.876 Pratt 622 Kawllns 619 Reno 2,432 R...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

10 1898. Vote on Auditor of State. Vote on Treasurer of State. CANDIDATES. CANDIDATES. COUNTIES. COUNTIES. 8" THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Allen L305 Anderson Atchison 'f Barber . J Barton Bourbon Brown if" Butler ' , Chase !f Chautauqua I,UlW i Cherokee 3-;, Cheyenne if. Clark , S Clay J -J" j Cloud 1'8-b (, Coffey, L96 Comanche i" Cowley '-i I Crawford Decatur Dickinson ; Doniphan Douglas Edwards , ' Elk L31. eihs 5:s Ellsworth Finney Ford Franklin z Geary Gove J Graham t),1;' Grant ,V, Gray 114 Greeley 31 Greenwood Hamilton , Harper J-OiO Harvey liH ) Haskell W I Hodgeman Jackson ; Jefferson I Jewell i-921 Johnson l.J Kearny Kingman I-040 Kiowa -1. Labette ,. 2,94u - Lane 11? Leavenworth Lincoln , Linn 1. Logan 11 J Lyon Marlon Jf O Marshall 2,2. McPherson l Meade 141 Miami 2.024 Mitchell 1.48 Montgomery A Morris Morton a Nemaha 2.102 Neosho s-n Ness f Norton W9 Osage Z ob7 Osborne J .094 Ottawa Llo8 Pawnee , Phillips J .309 Pottawatomie iao Pratt 637 Rawlins , Reno 2.419 Republic J.60...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AMD NEWS. DECEMBER 28, Vote on Attorney General. Vote on Superintendent of Public Instruction. CANDIDATES. CANDIDATES. 3 COUNTIES. COUNTIES. Allen 1,867 Anderson 1,598 Atchison 2,111 Barber 673 Barton 1.437 Bourbon 2,542 Brown 1,947 Butler 8,320 Chaw 846 Chautauqua 1.054 Cherokee 3,135 Cheyenne 295 Clark 187 Clay 1,645 Cloud 1,866 Coffey 1,730 Comanche 147 Cowley 2,851 Crawford 3.6S9 Decatur S12 Dickinson 1,989 Doniphan 1,095 Douglas 1,900 Edwards 418 Elk 1,332 Ellis 914 Ellsworth 732 Finney 293 Ford 540 Franklin 2,262 Geary 806 Gove 200 Graham 623 Grant 35 Gray 123 Greeley 34 Greenwood 1,742 Hamilton 167 Harper 1,093 Harvey 1,329 Haskell 28 Hodgeman 208 Jackson 1,436 Jefferson 1,786 Jewell 1,964 Johnson 1,924 Kearny 113 Kingman 1,086 Kiowa ; 215 Labette 3,027 - Lena.-, 177 Leavefiwsrth 3,481 Lincoln! 1,012 Ltan '. 1,910 Ltir&A , 150 J Jon 2,300 Marion 1,246 Marshall 2.285 McPhnrson 1,869 Meads 160 Miami 2,091 Mitchell 1,614 Montgomery 2,669 Morris 1,172 Morton 24 N...

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