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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

I - . . I ' ' i . r ... ' " : ' .-.. ..,(,. v., t "riri ; jji - 1 h"""I""l'UV 1' f""X"HT'fri fcj . tt tj WMTHn fif iianmirtMyinM mm i minium n nwmntg Devoted to me 5est Interests or the Home the 5hop 6nd the-Brm 1 Eleventh Year, No. 3. OFFICIAL HTATX PAfKift. 1 YKAK. tOPEKA, KANSAS, JANUARY 18, 1899. JBVKHY WKMNF'T). , 0 W. fiOVKRNOK OK KANSAS. f ") C , . -W '.,1 ' " . . "! .' "." i'V,' '':V. ,,;,':.V';':;:V.1'. (t AHSOCIATK JirSTICK. t ,;.' .' it. k. nit iv n , , , j( MKt'TKNAXT (iOVKKNOK. aV,v- : ;.) . 7' . .) A'," ,.'-.' : , I' J t N i K A . t : . A II h . y . HKlllKTAHY (H' HTATK. fwri'rr'i:1!',. ,, - in. (j. ,', ,',1,11 y'"'-',y"j . ' . , ''s ''jr. ikii;i;i K. in H W ''," " '' ' ' 7. ; si .:;.e ;2 VU kU M'l HflS- i i"!f . - . M AUDITOR OK HTATK. HTATK TKKASUKKK. ATTOHNKY JJKXKUAK SUIT. OK" ITBI.ICJNjn'lUVTIO.N. THE NEW STATE GOVERNHENT OF KANSAS. Meeting of the State Board of Agri culture. The twenty-eighth annual meeting of Ihe Kansas State Board of Agriculture, held in'Topeka...

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. — 18 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND MVS. irimjMY is, Some Characteristic Editorials From the Pen of 1 Senator H. W. Young. The Dath that a moving body' takes IX free to chooso lta course,' la always the path of least reslat&nce. Mea have learned to wrest wealth from nature witn hut a fnwtlon of the effort it used to re quire. They have steadily improved their tools. Aided by tne macmnes, one man can make ten millions of matches in a flay, where with the bare hand a few dozen would be the limit of his powers. We have steadily multiplied the produc tlve forces of humanity. The trouble is that a few want to reap all the benefits end leave the masses of mankind to feed on the crumbs and husks of our marvel ous wealth production. More and more people are coming to see the injustice of this. It wont work. Distribution must be Improved as well as produc tion, or our civilization is bound to be come clogged and got to pieces. The workers are tired of carrying the idlers, and are beginning to think about d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

3 185; TH13 ADVOCATE AKD NEWS. ofclr aad StateaichAtt. . It Is somewhat unusual, for a oolleg president to bo appointed first amHatant secretary of etate, bat Mr. David Jaynt Kir m DAVID JATNE HILL. Hill, ex-president of Rochester uni versity, who succeeds John Eannett Moore in that office, is peculiarly fitted to occupy the position. lie ia an expert ou international law. Rich and Patriotic. Among the society women who did their part in the war is Mrs. Alexander Van Rensselaer of Philadelphia. Mrs. Van Rensselaer, who is the daughter of the late . A. J Drexel, the millionaire MRS. ALEXANDER VAN RENSSELAER. banker, and the husband of a rioh and prominent Pbiladelphian, is an enthusi astic yachtswoman. She is also patriotic 80 when the National Relief association needed a vessel to take supplies to the fleet at Pto Rico, Mrs. Van Rensselaer had a yacht to offer, and she did it. The Done of Colombo. The discussion as to whether or not the bones of Columbus have really gone back to Spa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. jamjar? is. a.tll.iL.ln'j,iilli'l '! iV'tnimtilii Emporia is to have a new silver Demo cratic paper. Ellsworth barbers will do no more Sunday work. Rock salt has been struck at Troy at a depth of 168 feet. Attorney Ceneral Godard will retire from the Collins case. W. It. Burroughs, of Marysvllle, has mysteriously disappeared. Judge J. Herrlck Mil go to Omaha, where he will write a book. One hundred head of Glllett cattle were recently found near Topeka. The Hutchinson Commercial Club is going after an opera hou.se. The new set of stations for St. Bene dict's Church, Atchison, cost $1,000. A number of officers of the Twenty third Kansas are home on furloughs. Pat Dolan, of the board of charities, is seriously ill at Christ hospital, Topeka. Governor Stanley has 2,000 applicants from which to pick out 600 office-holders. Ex-Secretary of State Bush Is acting as cferk of the senate committee on print ing. Judge A. II. llorton seems to be the leading candidate fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1839. the enforcement of all laws, the prohib itory law In no wise excepted. Heretofore the executive department has been In a measure charged with the enforcement of this law In cities of the first class, and many honest and vigor ous attempts have been made by some of my predecessors to accomplish this pur pose. These attempts have in a large measure resulted In failure, and what ever may be the reason, the failure has been largely attributed to the metro politan police system. Without discussing the reasons, it can be stated as a fact that the metropolitan police system has been a failure, and In more recent years a scandal and a dis grace. The influence of these failures has to a certain extent reached many other communities, so that at this time the prohibitory law is not successfully enforced. The metropolitan police sys tem has failed to meet the expectations of its friends and its abolition meets with my approval. The end of this system will place the ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE .AND NEWS. 0 JANUARY IV S Pmi Notes I & From Actual Experience i .v. s m "Ajji-'icultun is the Host Healthful, fcost Uitful, ml Host Noble Employment ol Man." m ) ' Georne Washington. Hintill Farm. There .are many advantages in favor of smajl farms. Expenses are lens, the land is better tilled, tho product per acre are greater, and the opportunities for social advantages are wonderfully increased. A farmer's wife, in the Farmers' Review, makes the following very sensible suggestions upon the sub ject: I have noticed that lu the townships where the farms are small In area the people aro happier and the children bet ter bred. Smaller farms Increase the ' density of the population. This gives them better school facilities. The chil dren feel the encouragement of numbers and are excited to greater efforts by the competition. Resides, their parents can afford to hire a better teacher and build for their use a better school house. Then, too, In a thickly settled region th...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

1899. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS; DAIRY TALK. Com Old Method Compared With Modern Practice. I was tangbt in my younger days, writes Waldo F. Brown in "Land and a Living," that the shallower milk oonld be set tbe better the cream would be, and my mother always used shallow pans with flaring sides; so as to exposo as large a surface aa possible to tbe air, and she thought that three inches was as deep as milk ought to be Eet. I bad also lead that milk must be left open, exposed to the air until perfectly cool, bo as to get rid of the "animal odor," and if shut up from the air while warm it would become putrid. For many years I accepted these statements with out question, but many years ago I be gan to read and hear about "deep set ting" of milk, and on my trip to the centennial in 187G I fell in company with some dairymen who were practic ing it and became so convinced of its superiority that I determined to adopt it and have ever since followed the plan of deep setting and would not on ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

JANUARY 18, 8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS 'FOB Til HOME OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. Published Every Wednesday, it Topeki, Kaam. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors amd rBOPRirroiiB. Kubscrlptton Itates:-On ropy one year by mail, tl. In elutn of ten or more, by mall, one year, 7a eetut earn. The advertising rati of The Advocate and Newt are low. Kutlimitin will he made and prices fur nUhvl on apvlkation. No extra ehnrue for c.utt, etc. The publisher reserve the right to reject any objectionable advertMny. The reader of thin patter may consider any advert isement whuh an pear$ herein an revresentiny a firm u-hime reliabil ity ran be vow heil for by the publishers. h'ht. Aiinu-nt van established in lHhH, nudum conolllat.ed with The Kansas New in 18!7. 2 he. Advocate and New is the official State pnper. and has a lamer circulation tlian any other hansat weekly which receive advertisement. For information reynrdtna subscription and advertising rates, (uldress ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. o 1 . i , . , V;' 4 v. i . ''A ' ; 'U:r W. Y. MOIUJAN. AKTlll'lt CA1TKK. J. K. JI NKKX. C. W. I.ANOIS. (,KO. W. (HANK. florgan for State Printer. The Republicans caucused on state printer last week and with the result that W. Y. Morgan, of the Hutchinson News, will succeed State Printer Parks to that office. The caucus was called in a hurry Wednesday night and Morgan was declared elected on four ballots. The campaign for state printer has excited considerable interest because of the popularity of the Republican editors engaged. There were, at first, five can didates in the race, but J. E. Junkin, of Sterling, withdrew Borne time ago. The others remained in the race up to the last ballot. On the first ballot of the caucus Mor gan received 39 votes, Capper 38, Landis 14 and Crane 7. Morgan kept gaining until the last ballot, when he received 57 votes, and was declared the nominee. He was supported by Mort Albaugh and the machine, but won out mainly through his o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUAItV IS. m4: mmfc CHAPTER XIIL Old Frazier's face was sad to see when, two days later, all the harrowing details of that night's work were receiv ed at Worth. Hours before, in answer to courier from Crockett's, Dr. Colla bone, with steward, attendants and such ambulances as there were, had been put en ronte for the springs. Two other troops had been hurried to the field, and Mrs. BIythe, with (streaming eyes, was straining to her heart two motherless children, now orphaned by that "one more square fight in Texas." Gallant Ned Lawrence! Far on the way to Cramer's bewildered force tboy found his body, shot from ambush through and through in two places. Yet, said his weeping orderly, he had clung to the auddle nearly a mile. Oh, the wrath at department headquarters and along the lino of posts and camps against that gang, made up, as so many knew it must bo made, mainly of the thugs and deserters offscoured from the army in days when moral character as vouc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

11 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND ;NEW& (Published January 18, 1309.) House Bill No. 9.' AN ACT permitting Geo.. Irwin and W. P. Humphrey, of Syracuse, Kansas, to avail tkummiliiiia -.f tha nrnvlulnn nf RPCtlon 2. chapter 174, of Session Laws of 1887. bring section whz pr uenerai maiuica ui ow. Be It enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. That Geo. Irwin and W. P. Humphrey, of Syracuse, Hamilton county, Kansas, aro hereby authorized and em powered to avail themselves of the pro vision of section 3 of chapter 174. Session Laws of 18S7. being Bectlon 6042 of the Gen eral Statutes of 1889. relating to the prac tice of pharmacy, and permitting the tiling of an affidavit In his case, provided he flies such affidavit as Is required by said section on or before the first day of May, ISM whereupon the Slate Board of Phar macy Is hereby authorized and directed to Issue a -certificate to said Geo. Irwin and V. P. Humphrey, of Syracuse, Kansas, as ' ..i.i a wo-moMata tha nn....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AMI) NjSWS. 12 JANUARY 18, (Published January 18, 1899.) Supremo Court Syllabi. No. 11045. T. W. Harrison vs. Margaret A. Shaffer, executrix, et al. Error from Shawnee County. Syllabus. AFFIRMED. By the Court. Allen, J. 1. The case of Llmbocker vs. Hlggln bothfim, VI Kan. filW followed. 2. A final' Judgment sustaining an at tachment and ordering tho property sold, followed by a Hale, confirmation and sher lff'H deed to the property, are sufficient to divest tho title of the debtor, and are not open to attack for irregularity by one who had obtained no Hen on the property Judg ment or otherwise until after the confirma tion of the Bale. 3. Where property has been fraudu lently conveyed by an Insolvent debtor to hia minor children, and a creditor after hav ing prosecuted u claim against the debtor by attachment on tne land to nnai judg ment, and after confirmation of a Bale thereunder to him, obtains a judgment ugiilnHt the fraudulent grantees setting uHlde their deeds an...

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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. — 18 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 13 (Published January 18, 1899.) Appellate Court Syllabi. Northern Department Western Division. In the Kansas Court ol Appeals, Northern Department, Western Division, No, 148. f he Continental Insurance Company, plain tiff in error, Abraham Prajtt, defendant In error. rror from Graham County District Court AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. McElroy, J. 1. In an action founded upon an euuitable assignment ot a claim tor money uue on a poucy ot insurance, the assignor is not a necessary party. 2. A motion to dismiss a case brought in this court by petition in error, for tne rea son that ttie case-maue does not contain all the evidence, should be overruled; it is not essential to the validity of a case-made that it contain ail of the evidence, nor any part of the evidence. 3. A demurrer to a petition Is properly overruled wnere the alleged defects do not appear on the face ot the petition. 4. An assignment of error cannot be predicated upon the admission ot incom ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

By MABLE DICCS. A Song of Tlma. "Don't wiah fer the time ter fly to ruii," saji aaa. "Wny, it ain't da Beuoe yer rnothwr an rno wui sweotheartei oa der tbe blotwoma o' Muy, Scnoe we stood out tbar by tbe garden gate, happy hearts wuld be, An I fooled hur, Jem like we fool 'era all, Intel keepia tbe house fer me. "Doo't wlnhrfer the time ter fly so fast," myi dad. "It wui yesterday Tbat age, with tbe wrinkles an frosty lochs, seemed ever so fur away. Tbar wuz birds in the mornin slngln, an blu an 'bright wuz the sky, But the evenin bolls wus ringin 'fore the bird songs seemed ter die. "Don't wish for the time ter fly so fast. It's fast enough, Ood knows. Like a drsp o' dew on the daisy, It gleams In the light an goes. Life's like a dream that passes even with the dawn o' light 7 only say good mornin ter sigh an kiss good night." Atlanta CoiiHtitutlon. But see the fading many colored woods, Hhade deepeuing over shade, tbe country round liubrown, crowded umbrage, durk and dun, Of erery...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEFS. 16 Y5 THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY i y . The Dead Debutstute. Hero, in her dainty chamber, On the snow white bed. It Ilea, the dress that brought such a sparkls) Of Joy to her violet eyes, A wonderful garment fashioned Of yards upon yards of lace. With knots of silvery ribbons To fasten the folds in place. Go, lay it away forever In the sweet, dead leaves of the rose. With the fan and the fairy slippers. The gloves and the silken hone, The bodice, too, that was fitted To her girlish and graceful shape, And, heavy with frosty fringes, The long, white opera eape. For Madge, she is done with dancing And the pleasures and pains of life. No babe shall call her mother And no man call her wife, For below in the darkened parlor, With her slender fttet unshod, She lies in a couoh of lilies, All dressed tor the oourt of Ood. Minna Irving. To Keep Furniture Looking; New. It seems nearly impossible to keep furniture looking fresh, when dirt, like the poor, is always with us. W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 January 1899

I THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 18, 1891 16 Borrowed Smiles. "Father, did you hear what the man in the pulpit nald?" "What did he nay?" "He said, Thla is a wicked world Did he mean uh?" "Oh, no! It la only his way of sayfng he is all right." Brook lyn Life. The Bright Side. "Well, there's one good thing about most of our Congress men, anyway." "What's that?" "They talk so much that there Is little time left to pass needless and dangerous laws." Chicago News. - "That's a terrible noise in the nursery, Molly," said the mistress. "What's the matter? Can't you keep the baby quiet?" "Shure, ma'am," replied Molly, "I can't keep him quiet unless I let him make a noise." Tlt-Blts. "Muggins called up his first wife at the seance last night, and what do you think he Bald to her?" "Goodness knows." "He told her he wished she would give his second wife her reeeipe for mlncemeat."--Chicago Record. His Point of View. "Papa, It speuks here of a burst of confidence. What does it mean?" "Failure of...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

Devoted id the Der Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the liirm Eleventh Year, No. 4. OFFICIAL STATE FAFBit. SI YKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JANUARY 25, 1899. KVEKY WEDNESDAY. F1UC1S FIVK CHiNTlJ. Godard Thinks It Outof Order. Attorney General Declares "All of the Acts of That Legislature Are Null and Void." HIS DECISION SURPRISED THEM Attorney General Godard has issued an opinion holding that the extra session of the legislature was illegal because Governor Leedy exceeded his powers, in asmuch as there was no extraordinary occasion! His decision was in response to an inquiry from Auditor Cole as to the propriety of issuing warrants to pay for -the special session. In his letter, Mr. Godard quotes Gov ernor Leedy's proclamation and the pro vision of the constitution which says that the governor "may on extraordinary occasions convene the legislature by proclamation." Then he says: "The people of the State of Kansas have by their constitution provided that the legislature can meet only bie...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

2 JANUARY 23, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. STATE .POULTRY SHOW. The full list of premiums given at the State poultry show Is as follows: Sweopstakea No. 1 An Incubator and brooder valued at 140, offered by Owen of Moodus, Conn., for highest scoring ten blrda In American class. Won by M. L. Canfield, Belleville, on White Ply mouth Rocks. Sweepstake No. 2 An incubator, val ued at 128. offered by the Monitor Co.. of Moodus, Conn., for the highest scoring ten birds in Asiatic class, won Dy unas. Foster & Son, El Dorado, on Light Brah mas. Sweepstake No. 3 An incubator val ued at 25, offered by the Star Incubator and Brooder Co., Bound Brook, N. J., for the highest scoring ten birds In the Mediterranean class. Won by J. M. Rose, Elmdale, on Single-combed Brown Leg horns. Sweepstake No. 7 A Bantam Incuba tor, valued at 7, offered by O. II. Stahl, of Qulncy, 111., for the highest scoring pair of Bantams. Won by Alice and Mar garet Owen, Topeka, on Black-breasted Game Bantams. Sweepstake No. ...

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. — 25 January 1899

USD. 3 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. en Who Succeed. A word to thost tuho fight the battle for bread, or competence, or wealth. ; ,-vi.ltv'.' , ; J i-. '..'il'-'lVi'. ",.i-F r, L Vr '.: v U" TtfTATVPiO T demands brains; SINFSS "0,re LitA 1 lUkL The man with a fortune, who cares little for friends, is the only man who can afford to indulge a bad temper No one wants to employ a grumbler; no one wants to do business with an ill-tempered man. An Irritable man is a man with catarrh. Excited nerves inflame the mucous membrane somewhere; this inflam mation is catarrh. Irritability is unchecked nervousness. Catarrh Is expensive few can afford it. Men with catarrh find it hard to prosper. It is calmness that succeeds. The truth about catarrh is not widely known. This is not strange. It has baffled medical science. Dr. Ilartman solved it forty years ago, and has ever 6ince been curing catarrh with his great prescription, Pe-ru-na, which may now be had at all druggists. Pe-ru-na eradicates catarrh ab...

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. — 25 January 1899

4 JANUARY 25, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Mankato will put la city waterworks. Leavenworth has drawn a department store. Sallna has a new building and loan as sociation. The Hlllmon case Is hanging around Topeka again. Grant Gil let t i again Bald to be coming back from Mexico. Topeka has 10 more joints than Wichita can boast. Measles recently caused a smallpox scare in Arkansas City. Larned hunters killed 720 jack rab bits one day last week. It la said that A. E. McKenzle, of Kan sas City, is to be grain Inspector. The Twentieth regular Infantry has left Fort Leavenworth for Manila. Labor Commissioner Johnson settled the miners' strike at Leavenworth. Judge Foster has drawn $94,000 dur ing his service on the federal bench. D. K. Grimes, brother of Frank Grimes, is assistant engineer at the State house. The wire and steel trust paid J. D. Bowersock $112,500 for the lawrencc barb wire mill. Clay Center, Parsons, Columbus, Wel lington and Junction City are all after the new asylum. Lewis M...

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