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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 21 ! S Vote on Congressmen -at-Large. CANDIDATES. COUNTIES. Allen . Anderson - Atchison 1.M0 Barber : . 639 Barton M" Bourbon 2.177 Brown J.912 Butler 2,309 Chase 792 Chautauqua 1.031 Cherokee 3,282 Cheyenne 291 Clark 181 Clay WW Cloud 1.830 Coffey 1.698 Comanche lJ Cowley 2,867 Crawford i 3,436 Decatur 804 Dickinson 1.938 Doniphan J. 074 Douglas I,8b3 Edwards H Elk ....J - 1.320 EUls 867 Ellsworth 703 Finney 287 Ford Ml Franklin 2.218 Geary 831 Gove 195 Graham 619 Grant 37 Gray 122 Greeley 32 Greenwood 1.710 Hamilton . 158 Harper 1.070 Harvey 1.309 Haskell 37 Hodgeman 211 Jackson 1.422 Jefferson 1.732 Jewell 1.925 Johnson 1.866 Kearny HO Kingman 1.053 Kiowa 215 Labette 2,922 Lane 176 Leavenworth 3,014 Lincoln 980 Linn v 1.912 Logan 145 . Lyon ...-r : 2.200 Marlon 1.207 Marshall 2,215 McPherson 1.840 Meade -145 Miami 2,003 Mitchell 1.477 Montgomery 2,694 Morris 1.129 Morton 23 Nemaha 2,053 Neosho 1.970 Ness 448 Norton 952 Osage 2,563 Osborne 1.098 Ottawa 1,172...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

DECEMBER 23 33. Vote on Representatives in Congress. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. E. R. Rldgely, Congressman, Third Congressional District J. M. Miller, Congressman, Fourth Congressional District. W. A. CaMerhcad, Congressman, Fifth Congressional District W. A. Reeder, Congressman, Sixth Congressional District. Chester I. Long, Congressman, Seventh Congressional District In Testimony Whereof, We have hereunto subscribed our names, this . lay ol December, A. D. 1898. J. W. LEEDY, Governor. W. E. BUSH. Secretary of State. ' . II. MORRIS, Auditor of State. D. H. HEFLEBOW HI'., rra.vjurer of State L. C. BOYLE, Attorney General. t State Board of Canvassers. CANDIDATES. COUNTIES. Vote on Judges of District Courts, 1898. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Clay ' i'sr Cloud SiS Dickinson i',!, Marshall i'iU Ottawa i Republic Saline (u7 w"Ji,nton 8 Geary rt Soldier vote ' Totals V'm 18,991 SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. CANDIDATES. COUNTIES. Cheyenne ... Decatur Ellis Ellswor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 23 1898. Vote on Members of the State Seijate, 1898. SEVENTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 1 CANDIDATES. Names of persons voted for. Names of persons voted for. COUNTY. 10. .David D. Hoag 1.839 19. .J. G. Rees .... .1,60 .1,570 D. W. Grlnter KA George Horsraan V& Jerry Grlndrod 11 T. C. Benson 1 J. D. Stevens. Shawneo 6.12 Soldier vote 61 Totals 6.171 3,221 3,224 THIRTY-SECOND SENATORIAL DISTRICT. CANDIDATES. COUNTIES, Cloud 1.8U Republic 1.M0 Totals 3,353 1,825 2,223 4,048 We, John W. Leedy, Governor, W. E. Bush, Secretary of State, W. II. Morris, Auditor of State. D. H. Hellebower. Treasurer of State, and L. C. Boyle, Attorney General, constituting the State Board of Canvassers of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that we have examined the certified abstracts of votes on llle In the office of the Secretary or State, as prescnoea Dy law, ana we nna mat me statement hereinbefore given of the whole number of votes cast for the several candidates for the v...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE MiO KiiWS, DECEMBER 28, Names of persons voted for. Names of persons voted for. Names of porsons voted for. Names of persons voted for. X8.. Thomas J. Flannelly 1.411 J. F. Waskey 1.408 37.. A. L. Brooke W. O. McKlroy. .1,835 .1,162 46.. Geo. T. Poison. F. M. Olfford.... .1,683 .1,149 55.. J. L. Parsons. Ed Jaqulns.... .1,600 .1.707 Names of persons voted for. 23. F. M. Beneflel. B. F. Moore... .1.376 .1,500 Names of persons voted for. '30..H. W. Conrad 1,245 J. B. Jewell 1,179 Names of persons voted for. '31.. I B. Keifer 2.089 M. T. Jones 1,948 a i 5 8 r o . o : d : Names of persons voted for. S y '32. .W. P. Wlllits 1,878 D. i vumy iiioi Names of persons voted for. 'J3..H. A. Nichols 1.213 T. F. Morrison 1.037 Names of persons voted for. S4..J. B. Sweet 1.929 O. O. Outcalt 1,629 Names of persons voted for. 38.. W. C. Stephenson Joseph Grlley .1,704 .1.481 Names of persons voted for. 9..E. D. McKeever. John Barber .... .2,378 . 878 Names of persons voted for. 3G. Name...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 25 1838. 2' 5 Names of persons voted for. Names of persons voted for. Names of persons voted for. Names of persons voted for. 64. ,F. N. Woodward. C. A. Potts .2 18 '3.. James Lawrence 1.691 James A. Ray 1.290 Wash Baker 1 82.. Geo. N. Moses 1,306 Isom Wright 1,302 W. II. Hall l 91.. Oilman Carl.... F. C. Johnson. .1,611 .1.282 Names of persons voted for. 65.. W. T. Short L. M. Newbury. A. C. Knudson.. .1,838 .1,798 . 3 Names of persons voted for. 66.. R. R. Rees Richard Baker. .1,383 .1,111 Names of persons voted for. 67.. S. J. Osborn.. Taylor Miller. .1,884 .1,796 Names of persons voted for. 68.. G. F. Grattan... Ell P. Williams. .2,348 .U41 Names, of persons voted for. 69. .J. A. Welch. J. B. Fugate. .1,760 .1,506 Names of persons voted for. 70. .Oscar L. Winters. W. J. Babb . 985 .1.115 Names of persons voted for. 71.. John W. Adams. Henry Huttman.. .1.1 .1,485 Names of parsons voted for. Names of persons voted for. 74.. Reuben Neal . C. D. Newman. .1,024...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. - 30' DECEMBER 28. Namei ot persons voted for. i00..C. M. Beeson. D. Swlnehart. Names of persons voted for, IOL.John Irving. W. J. Gilbert. m o a. 5 3 6 o o c a 3 Names of persons voted for. iu2..D. O. Tenny 415 A. M. Kelson 406 W. E. Fletcher 46 M. Pembleton 20 Names of person. voted for. kl..Chas. M. Bull... Alfred Lawson Names of persons voted for. io4..Alvln Law 455 Jerome Shoup 618 A. Cooney 61 J. C. B. Lewis 17 Names of persons voted for. 105.. M. B. Pogue 1,0(!8 J. M. Shuey 8)18 Thomas Beuchamp 19 Names of persons voted for. 106.. James Miller . Frank Reeder Names of persons voted for. c a 107. .A. B. Shoemaker... Selden O. Hopkins. Names of persons voted for. 108.. J. W. Benson K. C. Prather... Names of persons voted for. I09..J. W. D. Foote. 11. W. Bowman. Names of persons voted for. ilO..K D. York 47(5 8. C. Martin 621 John M. Burton 8 Names of persons voted for. U1..W. J. Rice Joslah Crosby Names of persons voted for. 112.. A. A. Shelly.... L. D. Ul...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. 27 8. It Kuti, Representative, feeventy eighth Representative District J. A. DeBard, Representative, Seventy ninth Representative District. Z. L. Wise, Representative, Eightieth Representative District T. S. Elder, Representative, Eighty-first Representative District. Isom Wright, Representative, Eighty-second Representative District. A. J. Godahalk, Representative, Eighty third Representative District. L. II. Seaver, Representative, Eighty fourth Representative District Theo. Ackenwan, Representative, Eighty fifth Representative District. Arthur J. Stanley, Representative, Eighty Bixth Representative District. T. C. Rodgers, Representative, Eighty seventh Representative District. A. W. Hetley, Representative, Eighty eighth Representative District J. W. Bogenneff, Representative, Eighty ninth Representative District D. P. McClaren, Representative, Ninetieth Representative District. Oilman Carl, Representative, Ninety-first Representative District. JO. E....

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

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 28 DECEMBER 28, 1898. amlned the certified abstract of votes on file in the office of the Secretary of State, as prescribed by law, and we find that the statement hereinbefore given of the whole number of votes cast for the several candidates for the various offices therein named Is true and correct, as Bhown by said abstracts. We further certify and declare that the following persons received the highest number of votes cast at the general election held November 2. Wl, and are duly elected to the respective offices set opposite their names for the regular ensuing term, as follows: M. P. Oimpaon, Judge, Ninth Judicial District. John T. Burrls, Judge, Tenth Judicial District. It M. Pickler, Judge, Fifteenth Judicial District. A. C. T. Gelger, Judge, Seventeenth Judicial District. Wm. T. McBrtde, Judge, Nineteenth Judicial District. Ansel Clark. Judge, Twentieth Judicial District. Robert B. Spllman, Judge. Twenty-first Judicial District. K. F. Thompson, Judge, T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

Devoted to me Bar Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the ta Eleventh Year, No. OFFICIAL STATIC , JfAFKK. ! IE Alt.' TOPEKA, KANSAS, JANUARY i, 1899. KVKRY WEDNESDAY. JL'lUCtt FIVE CKMTB. Railroad Bill Is Passed. Creates a Court of Visitation Along New and More Extensive Lines. THE JUDGES MADE ELECTIVE. (The full text of the railroad bill Is Riven on page lit.) The railroad caucus did Its work well. It gave to the attorneys Its plan for legis lation. This was arrived at after consid erable consideration of the matter, and the attorneys went to work. As they progressed they saw what they believed to he valid objections to some of the in structions given and made such alter ations as seemed best in their judgment. Five or six days and nights of hard work were put in on the work. Every point was weighed carefully. No pos sible weak point was left. The object of all concerned was to make the bill as. strong aa it could possibly be made. When all of this work was done, the completed bill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 2 JANUARY 4, THE NEEDS OF THE STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. PRESIDENT TH03. E. WILL, IN THE JANUARY INDUSTRIALIST. Kansas Is one of 43 American commonwealths. Among these she holds a proud place. She has nothing to be ashamed of. But Kansas Is still young. With the other 44 of these states she Is brought Into competition. Modern competition handles things without gloves. It strikes from the shoulder and gives no quar ter. Some of these competing states are old, and rich In experience. Not only so, but they are rich In population and In capital and are near the great mar kets of the world. To hold her own with these, Kansas must utilize her re sources. In these she Is not lacking. They are practically boundless and she may draw upon them as the depositor In a sound bank may draw upon his ac count. But to do this she must know how. People tilled at the soil for some thousands of years with crooked sticks and plows drawn by oxen; but only re cently have they learne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND .NEWS. 3 'V.f.,,f..f..T..f.i,f..Ti f IF WE WERE ALL LIKE JONES. From tbe New York Journal. fi.f .iT..!..T..T..T..T..T. T,,ti,T. f tiiTnt.it itntnTiitiutiiTntnti T. We confess that we know little about the Mayor of Toledo, Mr. Samuel M, Jones. We don't even know whether he Is a Republican, Democrat, or be-twlxt and-betweener. But we do know that Mr. Jones has brains, (or we have read with care his annual message, and we congratulate the citizens who knew enough to select such a man for Mayor. If Mr. Jones feels, understands and really means what he writes In this message, there Is in him the making of such magistrates as this country needs In all offices from police judge to Pres ident. He says that his city, which owns a natural gas line should do its own light lng. That It should do practically every thing that is in the line of public service, He does not theorize in the air, but talks facts that cannot be evaded. When the gas people learned that the city was to h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

THE 'ADVOCATE 'AND- NEWS; 4 JANUARY i. CONCERNING KANSAS ii - ' i.n-igiiL'-'"ft - fy -x tot AT&in W WR . v ft f ztf-'j a vrrr ttt i;ii'yi),.ijli.iiiiiit ' m . I mil VI 1 n. 0 wilt be of more than usual Interest during 1894. BenMes Miiei of article on fj noteworthy lubjccU, it wul conuui ft comprehentitrt political and outativt HISTORY OP THE V 23 bFANIbll-AmtiKICAN WAK I 7v 0 BY J. W. MOfJPHY. The Garden City Poultry Show was a ,&reat success. Kansas haa had four extra sessions of the Loglrilature. La 1872 the first fruit trees were planted in Pawnee county. Several cases of small, pox were re ported at Newton last week. Only 125 persons from. Shawnee county have applied to Stanley for Jobs. It ia estimated that the Collins trial coat Shawnee county about $1,000. A Topeka man is trying to have a re ceiver appointed for a drug store. , Joe Brlstow has appointed bis father to the office of postofflce Inspector. State Treasurer Heflebower Is moving back to his farm In Miami cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

nrnit a TYirn.ru to? 4 im Tmnrci JS03. r:"-jt a ' an. GENERAL NEWS NOTES 1 Governor Roosevelt was sworn la Sat urday. Walter Clark, a Missouri cattlo king, has failed for over 200,000. A 2-cent railroad passenger rate bill is likely to pass In Indiana this winter. The Klondike gold output was nearly twice as great in 1898 as in the previous year. Romero, the Mexican minister to the United States, died at Washington last Friday. A new brick trust asserts that It is not a trust at all but an organization to keep up prices. , Great Britain has recently annexed a lot of little islands of small importance In the Pacific. Indiana's assessment of railroad prop erty amounts to one-third of that levied on farm lands. Ethan A. Hitchcock, McKinley's new Secretary of the Interior, is president of the plate glas3 trust. The exhibit of the United States at the Paris Exposition will be second In size only to that of Russia. U. S. Grant, Jr., is a candidate for United States Senator before the Repu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY I a- Notes 7 TH 1 0 3 1'.) "Agriculture is the Most Hea!ShIulf Kost Useful, and Koil Noble Employment of Kan." (J 4 George Washington. n zm rain From Actual Experience. American Timber. Russia Is supposed to have inexhaust Ible forests of timber, but It does not isoem to be suitable for railroad con struction. A new Russian railroad la being constructed and the builders coma to this country for the principal tlrabar. It is taken from Oregon and shipped across the Pacific ocean to Vladivostok and from there by railroad to the river Amur and thence by water to the line of the new railroad. Thus America con tributes from her wonderful natural re sources to the Improvement and devel opment of the old world. 8elf-nrklng Cows. A' Blmple and effective way to prevent milch cows from sucking themselves Is to put a leather halter on the head and a girdle around the body Just back of the forelegs and attach one end of a strong stick to the halter ring under the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

1893. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DAIRY FARMING. Vtoir to Get Blotter Oat of Cow In Winter. Professor Robertson truthfully says that to make his business profitable, the dairyman must carry it on during the whole year. Milk and its products have boon, as a rule, dearer in winter than in summer. A large amount of capita is invested in cows, barns and cheese factory and creamery buildings. It is wasteful policy to permit so much capi tal to be unproductive during five or six montns of ' the year. In the past it has been not only unproductive, but a HOMEMADE CI1KKSB PRESS. source of expense. Oonsiderable labor on farms, during the winter, is absorbed into the nnremunerative chores of the farm buildings, unless animals are kept yielding a product or increasing in value. Cows must be fed during the winter. If a direct revenue can be ob tained, the work can be done with more enjoyment, more of it will be under taken and more profitable methods will be applied. Other branohes of farm manageme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

8 JANUARY 4. THE ADVOCATE AND KjSWS. THE ADVOCATE FCR Til HOME AND NEWS SHOP AN&FAM OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUB STATU OF KANSAS. Falllcicd Evtry WeJae4ajr,at Tcpeka, Kaaus. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editor and PaorayrTORS. Kafrkirtptton Bts! 0n eopy year &v rtoit, fl. In elubt of Un or mure, by mail, om vtcitr, 76 tent eneh. I'M adcwtttftno rate o 17t jidooeat oni 2Veir are low, EMmnU will be matte and price fur nished on awliwlUm. No extra char ge for cut, tie. The puUUtw.r reserve the riant to reject any obfeetlonabUt advertising. The reader of toU paper may consider any advertUement which an potwt herein ait reprtMnting a firm whose reliabil ity ean be vouched for by the publisher. The AdvoeMe wan tsiatdishml in iM9. and tM consolidated with The Kansas New in 18W. The Advocate and New is Vie official State paper, and ha a larger circulation tha.n any otiur Kanea wMy which receive advertisements, For information regarding subscription and advertising rate, adtlres oa: THE ADVO...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

.493. t 9 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Railroad B1IJI Is Passed. (Continued from page L) the aid of the corporations, only man aged to get 39 members to roto no. The roll-call in detail was as follows: Gentlemen voting In favor of the pass age of the bill were: Messrs. Barkley, Basgall, Bean, Brown of Pratt, Carr, Cassin, Clark, Conger, Crosby, Dalton, Davis, Dingus, Doyle, Epperson, Ernst, Falrchilil, Farrell, Felghner, Fell, Foley, Fulton, Gillespie, Goodno, Graves, Gray, Hackney, Harbaugh, Harvey, Hlbner, Ingle, Jamleson, Jaquins, Johnson of Chase, Johnson of Labette, Jones, Kel son, Lambert, Lawson, Lewis, Loomis, Malin, Marks, Marty, McGrath, Merrill, Metzler, Mott, Montgomery, Muenzen mayer, Outcalt, Ravenscraft, Richards, Rothweiler, Russell, Rutledge, Slmmon3, Singleton, Stevens, Stoner, Tapscott, Taylor, Trueblood, Turner, Wallace, Ward, Wehrle.Wellep, Williams, Wright, and Mr. Speaker Street. Gentlemen voting in the negative were: Messrs. Bacon, Barker, Brooke, Brown of Cowley, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

1 THE ADVOCATE AJNi NiSWS. JAMJAItY 4. Proae Poet of Nature. A "proae poet of natara" John Bar roughs has been called. Ha began bit work as an author 80 yearn ago, when 1?063 of the be eont an essay to The Atlantic Month ly. lie lives on a farm near the Hudson 10 r , a 'V . ,.; ',si JOHN BURROUGHS. river, above Poughkeepsie, and raisei grapes. There bo lives the life of a phi loBopher as well as that of an agrioul tnriBt. In winter be spends most of his time in a big stone house overlooking the river, bat in summer he almout lives oat of doors. An Emprrii Mother. It is barely possible that the czar oi all the Ruasias, having experienced the delights cf domestic peace, desirea to extend something of the samo blissful condition of things all over the earth Perhaps this explains his recent peaoa CZARINA AND DAUGHTER. manifesto. The czar's domestio happi nous is due, of course, to the czarina. As Princess Alice of Hesse she was chiefly notable for her amiability. Her little daughter is ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

1899. ll THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Helps for Cold Weather in the Dairy and Creamery. WINTER BUTTER MAKING. la Iowa Correspondent Writes From Ilia Own Experience. S. P. Brennen of Iowa writes inter estingly in Tho Creamery Journal as follows: "My way may not meet the approval of all, but it gets the last half cent a pound at the other end of the road, and that is what we are all work ing for. In the first place, I never chill my cream as soon as I am dona separat ing. I pot warm water, say, 70, 80 or 90 degrees, according to the temper ature of the weather, then do the usual amount of stirring, and the result will be that the next morning the cream will be ripened nicely and will shine sleek and glossy on the surface when it is stirred and emit that fine acid aroma which is so much desired in cream. Now, if all the conditions have been carefully taken into consideration the cream will be at a temperature of 54 or 56 degrees, which I think is a desirable temperature for winter churning. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

12 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 4. Here is the Railroad Bill. Fu!l Text of tbe Measure Providing for the Court of Visitation, as it Passed &t the Special Session. iwkW-M"H ! l-1 1 1 1 I'M lll-M-M-1 '111' i 11 111 1 MM 1111 H-'W-Wt (Published In The Advocato and News, January 4, 1&'9.) HOUSE BILL NO. i. AN ACT creating the Court of Visitation, declaring It.M Jurisdiction and powers, and providing for proceedings and proced ure therein. I3e It enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Bectlon L .A court of record to bo known as ttxe Court of VlHltatlon, confuting of a chief Judge and two asHOclate Judges (a majority of whom shall coniitltute a quo rum) la hereby created. The senior judge In service shall be the chief Judge; but In case two or more Judges shall have served equal time the judges shall select a chief Judge. No person shall hold the office of Judge who Is interested In any railroad company or any of the stock or bonds thereof, or who Is aa officer or em...

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