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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1887. 9 rmrnt WTllmTa HONORABIX KM STKW.C PAUL LEICESTER FORD, f j B MR4NY ), COPYRIGHT. 1096, BY. J 8 UPPINCOTT COMPANY svNorsis of riiEviors chapters. Pick Gordon, Yiile graduate, rocs lu (or hard work. From the Chicago & Alton rail road repair shops ho In gradually promoted and Anally works up to the position of super intendent of a Western railroad the Kansas St Arizona. The story opens with an account of a trip by rail of Mr. Cullen, a railroad vice president, over the lines of the K. & A. Gor don Is asked to meet Cullen and party and pilot them through. In the party are Madge Cullen. with whom Gordon falls In love; Lord Kalles, an Englishman, In love with Madge, and Captain Ackland, brother of Lord Italics. Talk turns on train robbers. Madge would like an adventure with hold ups. So would Kalles and Ackland. While horseback riding near Santa Fe, Gordon points out among con vlcts working on a rail road grade Jack Drute, a train robber under a four...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 2a, it ifnTiiti.tiil T rrn i t PUBLIC OPINION. fl.f.lt..t,.t,,f, -f infi.fi .f..t. I iw Chase County Leader: ucNcriAL. changes his mind 1s apt to lose credit for having any. Ottawa Times: If the day ever comes when the State mllltla Is under Fed eral control, officered by West Pointers, the liberties of the people will be gone, and thl6 fair republic will have become a monarchy ruled by martial law. Medicine Iodgc Index: From thla distance it Is hard to see what the Populist national committee is doing to preserve the party Integrity. The com . mlttee should bo reorganized and nono but active, honest workers should be selected. Chicago KxpreHs: No people can be welf-governod who are denied the right to vote yes or no on every law by which they are to be governed. This is direct legislation. Work for it and vote for It; and give that party your support which has brought that question to the front. , Yates Center Advocate (Pop.): You cannot deceive t...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1837. ll more for some of the other blessings of this life than for the uuccesa of news papers In distant cities. Lawrence World (Rep.): Governor Leetly Is to be congratulated on refus ug to pardon law violators In advance, ("hat Is the most pernicious kind of practice. No Governor has any business doins it. If a man is regularly con victed he should go to jail. If a pardon is to issue at all it should ilnd a man In jail and release hlni. It never pays to trifle with the law and this Governor Leedy understands. Pleasanton Herald (Top.): Is there any necessity for the convening of the Kansas Legislature in extra session? The Herald can see no good that can come out of such a move, and hopes Governor Leedy will not be led to such a move by those who are calling for it. There are many needs of legislation but they failed to pass this needed legisla tion. Will it do It now? The experi ment Is a dangerous one. Kansas City Drovers' Telegram: If it were not for Kansa...

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. — 29 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 DECEMBER 29, T t- 1. 1 Trrr TT" 'T..T..f i.Ti i TTrT i LABOR NEWS.t ,11. T IH'H-'Mi 1 1' I l-M-H liMiil"I"H"H,I,I,'l',I "I i I II 1 1 III' Secretary Gage's Beply to Labor. Secretary of the Treasury Gage haa ; recognized the Importance of the opin ion expressed by the American Feder ation of Labor regarding his financial plan in an open letter addressed to President Gompera. Mr. Gage says: I have read with care the resolutions adopted the 20th instant at Nashville by the convention of the Federation of . J abor, which recite as follows: Rasolved, That we declare ourselves : jost positively opposed to the Gage "financial bill recently introduced in Con ' r .ess by the Secretary of the Treasury. '..' It is a measure that, If adopted as a ' 1 w, will only the more firmly rivet the i gold Btandard on the people of the coun 1 -try and perpetuate its disastrous effects la every form. ii Resolved, That we pronounce the Gage v -Mil an undisguised effort to retire ou...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1837. f-H-H'l 1 H'U II I II 111 111 MtiWHWWtHWW' 111 1 1 IV f jj RAILROAD EMPLOYES, jj It If ....... iTTrrn Dodge City Trainmen. The trainmen at Dodge City have or ganized, with the following officers: Master, D. J. Luster; vice master, C. A. Judd; secretary, L. T. Sears; financier, L. Marshall; Journal agent, C. R. Clark; conductor, J. C. Simpson; inside senti nel, B. C. Jones; outside sentinel, R. Stevenson. They will give a big ball Friday even ing at the rink in Dodge City. Stock Pass Law in Court. The last Legislature passed a law re quiring railroad companies to issue a pass for one person with every car of stock from the place of shipment to des tination and return. The railroads have not generally been complying with the law. W. W. Haskell, of Gaylord, is now the prosecuting witness- in a case in which County Attorney Scott Rice, of Smith county, has brought against the Missouri Pacific agent to compel the issue of transportation in accordance with the...

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. — 29 December 1897

ME. ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 DECEMBEIt 1 :'v Published December 23, 1837.J :Appo!!ato. Court Syllabi. Kansas Court of Appe Ala, Northern De partment, eastern jivision. No. 63. VS. ,' Ed Tlmon. ' Appeal from Shawnee County District Court. ' - REVERSED. s '. . Per Curiam. 'ret court of Shawnee county, the de : n ji nt, Ed Tlmon, was convicted on four t'HKUa under an Information filed against t. . charging violations of the prohibitory , 'i x in, 'I ho cane was submitted to the court i i An agreed statement of facts and the , i;.'.idttnt was found guilty of "selling In to .'eating liquors without having tuken . y.'i and having a permit therefor" as ( 'i .'-"vd In the first, second, third and t'.i '.'.n.h counts of the Information. The de- ' ' -nu.T.t was sentenced to pay a fine of i t i, and stand committed to the county i''. nt HhnwncA nnuntv for a nerloil of v.Mvty duy upon each count of the infor r ."iftUun upon which he was convicted. The iV ' ri.lant was prosecuted under paragraph .I...

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. — 29 December 1897

MM. :1G THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Eastern Division. v No. 236. Benjamin Friedberg, plaintiff in error, VB. J. K. Cubblson, defendant in error. Error from Wyandotte County District Court Syllabus. AFFIRMED. McElroy, J. 1. Where a petition In error la filed in tlio District court to reverse a judgment of a Justice of the Peace for errors of law occurring at the trial, and no notice of. the tiling, or time of hearing, the motion, which waa filed after the day of the for mer trial, is incorporated in a bill of ex ceptions, such errorB cannot be consid ered, and the trial court properly affirmed the Judgment. Filed December 18, 1S97. A true copy. Attest: ISeal. W. H. THOMPSON, Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 207. Alice G. King, plaintiff in error, vs. Frank Bailey, defendant In error. ' Error from Shawnee County District Court. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. Mahan, P. J. Defendant in a case in Justice's court ap...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 29, 1897. Clovers, Timothy, Millet, TRUMBULL SEED CO. MILLET CANS ' CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS SEEDS. GARDEll SEEDS, K FLOWER SEEDS. ' j? 1426 ST. LOUIS VE., UOO-2 Vakttt Avenut, KANSAS CITY. 110. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI Catalogue for 1808 Free. 10 Asking Too Much. - y Harold And now, darling, tell mo whatybtrr father said when you told ilia we were engagod. Sibyl Oh, Harold, don't ask me to repeat his language. Punch. ;;V,;c;u cxcELSica tesaisr I Hn4 o. lor 11 I Mm. CtMioro. W 1 1 I till. M. Ml' A III. t III I 1 1 w" machinery and tool! for making wlU to any depth, we make (ham Uanii fn n.fa. Illlllll log "J and state your dUMM warns, catalog free, F. C. AUSTIN MFG. CO., Chicago, 111. TTO muat herlnnnl out ut one, fUnnUunl 'VI Mi d.l, (fimmnl'd, If to sw. tPJ niiliiH fiq Uj:o. utiiunl wheels f mtt. voll. Hhlppttd to anyone on tnnroTal without aUvinr depo.it M faton (iMrl.f.ll kakn a Jfii.i i.n ifutif tdnrHM u. W. will (In a . , 'Si'-" 1 KT twtltd Im totlodl...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 January 1898

I Devoted to me sat Interests or the tome, the 3hop and the form 1 Tenth Year. No. I. ?IKSMiIATiE TOPEKA, KANSAS, JANUARY 5, 1898. 5oBJiSf?yi8M: LOSES AN ABLE JURIST. Judge Heren, of Osborne, Leaves Kansas for a Wider Field. In tho departure of Judge Cyrus Heren, of Osborne, Kansas loses one of the ablest jurists In the State. Judge Keren's term as Judge of the Fifteenth Judicial district has Just ended and he goes to Chicago to resume the practice of law. He leaves here a host of ad mirers. Since coming to Kansas he has built up an enviable reputation as a Judge. His eminent fairness and clear ness In deciding legal questions . has never been doubted as a prominent attorney truthfully put It, "Judge Heren may not have attained perfection in the performance of his official duties, but . t. ' VS . .'.X. V;;"- HON. CYHU8 IIKRKN. he came as near to it as the bar of the State is apt to see for a long time to come." The esteem In which the bar of his district held him is shown by the fol...

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. — 5 January 1898

3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 5, a.....mH-H444- 1 TEACHERS OF KANSAS IN ANNUAL SESSION, jj Large Attendance and Exceptionally Fine Program. jj jj Jonn MacDonald Was Elected President. plaints are heard. A few criticisms have been made on account of an oc casional inaccuracy In the work on arithmetic. I believe that the introduc tion of a new series has been an ad vantage to the Interests of both the teachers and the pupils. There are eome teachers who are not pleased with the text book on language, but I find that the beet class of teachers are those who have made the least complaint." L. G. Ilumbarger, Dickinson county: "The text book law Is all right. The books, with very few exceptions, give splendid satisfaction. The old books In use were a promiscuous assortment and the new ones average much better. I hear complaints about the books not being fully up to the contract as to the binding. I think the law was put into effect too soon to give time to make first-class books. It wo...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 January 1898

1SC3. s' THE ADVOCATE AND HEWff ate In any way practicable for advancing the enterprise, and the organization and success of the meeting as described above. Ueeolved, That the Secretary of this association be Instructed to forward at the close of this meeting, a copy of these resolutions to the Secretary of the com mittee having the project in charge Miss Anna Foos, Principal of the Kellom school, Omaha, Neb. AWARDS TO COUNTIES. Norton county won the Appleton In ternational Educational series offered the county whose teachers traveled the greatest total mileage. This result Is ar rived at by multiplying the number of teachers present by the number of miles in the distance between their residence and Topeka. Ness county lacked but two teachers of winning. The books were donated by the Topeka Dally Cap ital. Norton county also received the association banner. Riley county got the flag for having the largest percentage of the total number of teachers In the county in attendance. Geary ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 January 1898

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 5, -H-M-H- FARM DEPARTMENT. BY W. A. PEFFER. Value of Comfodder. Among the farmers of Pennsylvania, Who have been on land that has de scended from father to son through many generations, comfodder is saved as one of the principal articles of animal -food. The stalks are cut off a few Inches above ground, put In shocks and, after husking, tied In bundles and in that form stacked or put In mows In the barn to be fed out as needed; or, the stalks are "topped," by cutting them off Just above the ears and, with the blades, which are stripped off by hand, are tied in bundles and fed out in that way. Good comfodder ranks with tim othy hay for either cattle or horses. . The Standard Cattle Company, near Ames, Nebraska, has been experiment ing with this kind of food several years, and Mr. Allen, the manager, says the plan of putting the corn In the shock and of hauling It to the sheds and cut ting it up by machinery as it Is wanted for use was inaugurated sev...

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. — 5 January 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1888.' 6- From Actual Experience. Artificial Heat in Poultry Houses. Do not use stoves in poultry houses; not only Is It unnecessary, but In the majority of casea It is a positive detri ment. If the fowls are kept in well built houses during the winter, with a sash or two of glass in the sides or roof, for added warmth, It is all the heat re quired. Healthy, well-fed fowls are filled with warm blood and covered with a heavy growth of feathers so that artifi cial heat is unnecessary. Eaising Young Ohicks in Winter, If your fowls have warm quarters and you can arrange to give the chicks good care, it is a good plan to allow the hens which are broody in midwinter to Bit and hatch out their brood. Early hatched chicks are valuable, while a broody, dissatisfied hen Is worse than useless for a long time even If you suc ceed in breaking her up. If proper care and quarters cannot be given, then don't raise -winter chicks, for a weak early chick will never amount to an...

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. — 5 January 1898

6 JANUARY B, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4Hfr,H"M"l"!"M"I'i 1 1 II 1 1 1 II i I 11 II II I II I II I II It I 11 1 CONCERNING KANSAS. I X BY J. W. MORPHY. Newton la figuring on securing a tan nery. ' Kansas raised (17,000 worth of tobacco laat year. The Hutchinson Musical Jubilee will begin June 3. Congressman Botkln spent the holi days in Kansas. The Belolt creamery paid for milk alone $131,000 last year. The population of Pittsburg In 1887 was 4,333, now it Is 12,195. Over 25,000 sacks of mall were trans ferred at Newton In December. The Johnson County Fair Association will disband because of lack of patron ise. The German Baptist (Dunkard) col lege at McPherson has an enrollment of 250. City ownership of the natural gas plant Is the real Issue in the election at, Iola. City Superintendent Geo. W. Kendrick of Junction City has a boom for State Superintendent. The weather reports show colder weather and more moisture than is usual during December. The Leavenworth Times favors the organiz...

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. — 5 January 1898

7 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. l-H l.W"wwHll! m m i n i m n nn II GENERAL NEWS NOTES HH-H-l-H-H-H- Gladstone Is 83 years old. Australia will have a little wheat to export. Senator Teller favors the annexation of hawall. Greater New York began its existence last Saturday. Colorado's gold output was $22,500,000 during 1897. Congressman Bland predicts Bryan's elecnon in 1900. General Miles wants more showy uni forms for the army. President McKinley will make a West ern trip next summer. Steamship lines will transport aid to suffering Cubans free. The Overman Wheel Company, a bi cycle house, has failed. A heavy enow storm occurred in west ern Pennsylvania last Friday. An English syndicate has bought out the Trinidad Asphalt Company. The Canadian government will help convey relief to the Klondike sufferers. Mayor Harrison has issued an order prohibiting boxing matches in Chicago. C(rrnelius Vanderbilt pays his doctor a fee of $100 per day and has him hired for two years. The gold product...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 January 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 5, S 1.1 I 1 MB Ml , '...I Ml- a UV, ufmrn COPVHICHT. I898t BY. J 8 LIPPIICOTT COMMNY NYNOTSIS OF 1'KKYIOUH t'lIAI'TKKN. Dick Gordon. Vale graduate, goes In for hard work. From the Chicago & Alton rail road repair shops ho In itradually promoted and finally works up to the poMtlon of luper ; intendcnt of a Western railroad the Kansas A Arizona. Tho story opens with an account of a trip by rail of Mr. Cullen. a railroad vice president, over the linos of the K. & A. Gor don Is asked to meet Cii lien and party and pilot them through. In the party are Madge CuMon. with whom Gordon falls In love; Lord Hal leu, an Kngllshman, In love with Madge, and Captain Ackland. brother of Lord Hallos. Talk turns on train robbers. Madge would like an adventure with hold ' ups. Bo would Hailed and Ackland. While horseback riding near Hanta be, Gordon points out among convicts working on a rail road grade Jack Unite, a train robber under a fourteen-year sentence. M...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 January 1898

9 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. That Bet me whistling to myself, and I laughed to think how near I had come to giving nitroglycerin to a fellow who was only shamming heart failure, for that it was Frederic Onlleuwho had climbed on the car I hadn't tho slight est doubt, tho resemblance between the two brothers being quite strong enough to deceive any one who had never seen them together. I smiled a little and re marked to myself: "I think I can make good my boast that I would catch the robbers, but whether the Cullens will like my doing it I question. What is more, Lord Ralles will owe me a bot tle." Then I thought of Madge and didn't feel as pleased over my success as I had felt a moment before. By 9 o'clock tho posso and I were in the saddle and skirting tho San Fran cisco peaks. There was no use of press ing tho ponies, for our game wasn't trying to escape, and, for that matter, couldn't, as the Colorado river wasn't passable. It was a lovely moonlight night, and the ride through t...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 January 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 5,. ADVOCATE AlID HEWS. OFFICIAL STATE TAPER. A Kamat Newtpajer Devoted to the Bat' Inter uta of the Home, Vie Shtrp and the Fat m. PuilliliJ Every Wednesday, at Tepeks, Kansas. OEO. B. HARRI50N & CO., Editors and Pbofriktoks. BuWorlptlon Rate i One copy one year by Wail, 1. lu clubs of ton or more, by mall, one ymr, 75 f ents each. The adverting rates of The Advocate and News are low. KhU mates will be made and prices furnished on application. No extra charges for cuts, etc. The publishers renerve the right to reject any objectionable adver tising. The readers of this paper may consider any advertisement which appears herein as representing a Arm whose reliability can be Touched for by the publishers. The Advocate was established In 1RH0. and wit consolidated with the Kansas News In lVii. The Advocate and News Is the official fetate paper, and has a larger circulation than any other Kansas weekly. Wot Information regarding subscriptions and adv...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 January 1898

11 1308. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. . T t f 1.1,1,1,1. rnrnrnT WRITERS AND READERS. I -f- ml TWO HOOKS ON TUE LIVING OP LIFE Mr. Walter A. Wyckoff, lecturer on Boclology at Princeton, is a young man barely past thirty who la accomplish ing great things. It is seldom that the ability, training and inclination to make literature are combined with the In sight and discernment in the living of life by the proletariat which Mr. Wyckoff has put Into "The Workers." In the first section of this book he has given a truly remarkable "experiment In real ity " The completion of his collegiate education found him equipped with a tnorough knowledge of social problems from a book-learned standpoint and an eager desire to make this knowledge yield something vital. This Mr. Wyckoff did by Jiving two years as a common la borer, leaving a luxurious home with out a cent of capital to make his own way by the. labor of his hands. He re corded his experiences as he went along, and his observations of life as ...

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. — 5 January 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 JANUARY 5, GOLD DUST PUBLIC OPINION. "H-ii'M l 1 n I IN t iti t t .t.it. .T. nTTTTT have prohibition that would prohibit. But as It la we have free whisky. Per haps nine-tenths of the voters of Kansas to-day never bad a voice In determining the question. With the experience the people have had, beneficial and other wise, they would certainly be more com petent to Judge now of the merits of It than when the question was voted on, about eighteen years ago. It appears that those who oppose resubmission are afraid of the result of a vote. This Is almost an admission that they would oppose the fundamental principle upon which our government la founded, namely, a majority rule. Judge W. E. Hutchinson: Nothing was ever more trjithfully said than that, where public sentiment la against the enforcement of the prohibitory law, it cannot be enforced; and It is Just the same with any other law. Two amend ments should be made to the present law, as follows: First That I...

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