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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. id (Published February 8.) Senate Bill No. 63. AN ACT concerning the business of ab stracting titles to real estate In Sheridan county, Kansas, Umitlnij tho fees and charges therein, and prescribing duties nnd iunnltifR. WHEREAS, The records of tho register of deeds or Sheridan county, ivansua, were destroyed by tire on the 31st day or June A. IV. now. therefore. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. That no person, Arm, or cor lmmtinn enquired In the business of ab Htrai'tmir titios to real estate, shall charge or receive for making and certifying ab stracts of title to real estate in Sheridan county, Kansas, more than the following fees, to wit: For the nrst transfer, one dollar: for each subsequent transfer twentv-flve cents. If there shall have been no transfer filed for record during the time covered by the abstract demanded, sucn ao strnrtor Hhall so certify, and shall be entl tied to receive the sum of one dollar, and no mo...

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. — 8 February 1899

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY i, . it) i' ' . ' 'iji'" V'1 '"' , '.i' l:'V' i ' "' " '"' 'i'iH ' By The ' Conquered. Wa who bo eager started on Ufe'a race And br eat blew ran nor stinted any whi 7or aching mnaolaa or the parching grl Of dunt upon the Upe, who not the faoe Only more desperately toward the plaoa Where the goal's altar amokod if runnera knit With atronger liniba outran us, we who alt Beaten at laaWor ua what gift or graoaf Though we have been outstripped, yet knowi have we The joy of contest. Wo have felt hot life Throb through our velna, a tingling ecstasy. Our prize la not the wreath with envy rife, But to have been all that our sou la might be. Our guerdon ia the passion of that strife. Arlo Bta In century. MADLE DICCS. claims for distinction, its chief fame Ilea in the fact that it was within its preclncti that Stephen Collins Foster composed his immortal song, "My Old Kentucky Home," during a visit to Judge Rowan Who was one of Foster's dearest friends, The o...

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. — 8 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. is:). 16 THE WOMEN rK- of THE FAMILY III Dancing Days. What is it in old fiddle tunei 'at make m ketch uiy breath And ripples up my backbone tell I'm tickled ruoHt to don tli, Kind o' like 'at sweet sick feelin in the long rweep o a swing, Ter first sweetheart in with ye, aailin up'ardj, wing to wing; Ter first picnic, yer first icecream, yer first o' ever'thlng 'At happened 'fore yer dancin days wua over 1 I never understood it, and 1 s'pose I never can, But right in town here ylsterd'y I heard a port) blind man A-flddlin old "Oi ay Eagle;" Jerked my lines and stopped my load ' 0' hny and liBtened at him yes, and watched the way he "bow 'd." And back I went, plum forty year, with boys and gli ls 1 knowed ' And loved long 'fort my dancin days wna over. At high noon in yer city, with yer blame mag netic cars A huminin and aakreechin post and bands and O. A. R.'s A-inarchin and fire ingin's, all the noise the whole street through Wua loHt on me. 1 only heard a w...

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. — 8 February 1899

FEBRUARY ; 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. VzateJ-Yfinr Ur.'r IVcrk. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, 119-114 Wot Eighth St. Tlephon) 8t. IIIOR SAL OR ltXCHANUB.-TIr nice elghty 7aorfarms HiOperaore; lrnprored; wsnt Topeka Iiroperty. Man? suburban bomes, awar down, on uugtlms. Any number ot aonss you want, oloss to the oltf.on long Unit at 6 percent. Several farms, at I'M) per acre, from 41) to 240 aoret, well Improved, long time. Bend me a deaorl ptlon of roar merchandise lor ale or exchange. I always nave customer. John L. Uoward, 401 Kansas Ave., Topeka. gutiirie, mm & VILSOII, ATTORNEYS. Eeal Estate, Mortgage, Bond and Commercial litigation solicited. Booms 9 and 11, Btormont Bldg., TA $ C If A fit 107 W. Sixth Ave lurti DAVID riARTIN, (Ex-Chief Justice of Kansas) ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR. Attention given to business under the new bankruptcy law. Hooms 6 and 7, fourth floor, TflDCIfl flUClf Central National Bank Bldg. lUfLKM, MAdiROi GEO. KLEIN & CO., MAKIR8 OF HIGH-GRADE HARNESS and ...

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. — 15 February 1899

Devoted to me m Interest or the Home the 5hop and the -Brm Eleventh Year, No. 7. 8eaatbk. TOPEKA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 15, 1899. 30&n WiK rivScKMrn' Convicts May Make Twine. Legislative Committee Returns From Minnesota With a Favor able Report. CAPT. JOHN SEATON'S IDEA. The legislative committee appointed to visit the Minnesota penitentiary at Stillwater and investigate the. binding twine plant therewith a viewto establish ing a similar plant at the Kansas peni tentiary, has returned and made a very favorable report. The credit for the idea belongs to Captain Seaton, representa tive from Atchison county, who Is chair man of the committee. ('APT. JOHN HEATON. TIIE PRESIDENT'S COLONIAL COMMISSION. The com niasion whioh is to counsel the president ns to the course of the government in dealing with colonial problems is here presented: (ten. Robert P. Kennedy, a veteran of the Civu vVar, of liellefontaine, 0.; Charles W. Wat kins, of Grand Rapids, Mioh.; Lieut. Col. v rtis Guild, Jr., of...

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. — 15 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 2 FEtmtUttY IS, Record of Kansas Legislature During the Special Session of Where Each Member Stood on Important Measures. NOTE In these tables the figure I nljnlfJes that a member voted "aye;" the figure a signifies a negative vote. RECORD OF THE HOUSE. NAME.; Armstrong, D.-P Racon, it Parker, It Harkley, 1' liuHgall. D Ueun, P Dotkln, K Bradley, R Urown, of CowU'y, F. 8. It. Urown, of Pratt, P Brown, of Greeley, It Brooke, It Butll. R Burkholder, It Burtla, It Jiyers, it Carr, P CasHln, P Clark, P Conner, P CroHby, P Cubblson, R Dalton, P Davis, P Da Witt, R Dingus, P Doyle, F. 8. It Epperson, I' Krnst, P Fuirchlld, P Forrell, P Felghner, P Fell, P FllBon, It Finney, R Fitzgerald, R Foley, P Fouts, It , Fulton,. P , Gates, It CMsttler, R Olllenple, P Goodno, P Graves, P Gray, P Grimes. It Hackbusch, It Hackney. D.-P Harbuugh, P llarrln, R Harvey, P Haywood, R Hemlnger, R Henley, U II inner, P Holtenl.eak, It Ingle, 1' Irwin, R Jackson, of Harvey, R Juckson, o...

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. — 15 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1333. The Law and the Christian Scientist. lion. C. B. Hoffman, Knterprlac, Knn, The ralllenlum Is coming, It's here, the rumble of Its band wagon la even now echoing through the halls of our capltol! Our "hired hands" at Topeka, our law givers, the Solons of our great state, having settled all such minor matters of legislation as ox butter, railroads, lnsur ance and resubmission, address them selves seriously, earnestly, enthusiastic ally, to the practice of suppressing Illicit doctoring. Hereafter the Christian Sci entist, should he be found practicing his uncanny cult without due license, which of course he cannot get, Is to be fined, mulct, decapitated. The people need pro tection, and since our lawmakers cannot cope with corporations they propose to take something of their size and protect the dear people anyway. Did the regular M. D.'s Instigate this bill? Perish the thought! They are too busy attending to their patients, who when last heard from were as...

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. — 15 February 1899

4 FEBRUARY 15, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. uai&i in' I iliii'fciliiiittii fr ,.r , .,..iii..i:,.i...j.j,;,lt,,,)ttf a. t i.ii, J... .t ..J Governor Stanley Is laid up with the grip. The Fort Scott street railway has changod bands. There are only two weeks more of the legislature. Wellington Is to have a new Jail and a mid-winter fair. The Presbyterian Church alt Chetopa waa burned Sunday afternoon. Coffeyvllle pressed brick won out over St. Louis brick in a competitive test. The Maccabees will hold their State convention at Topeku March 16 and 17, A new telephone company has asked the Topeka council for a 20-year fran chise. llerlngton'a 175,000 fire destroyed the llerington House and Beveral adjoining ' buildings. . Topeka ministers have adopted reso lutions against resubmission and Brig ham H. Roberts. Ool. Thou. Moonlight, the prominent Kansas politician, died at his home In Leavenworth last week. Topeka has another paper, "The Good Citizen," official organ of the Young Peo pled G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 February 1899

1839. 5 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. more, the council may fix the salary of the mayor at not more than JOOO a year which went through by a constitutional majority of one. Mendenhall's bill to fix the meeting of county boards in counties which have less than 25,000 Inhabitants for the first Mondays In January, April, July and Oc tober was passed by a vote of 87 to 3. Mason's bill to amend defects in the election law wa3 passed by a vote of 74 to 14. It provides that only the number, not the Judge's initials, shall go on the certificate ballot, and that a voter not registered, shall be barred from voting. The Rogers bill, which requires lire insurance companies to pay a Are depart ment tax was passed without opposition, under the present law Kansas companies were exempt. Brooke's bill fixing the weight of a gal lon of sorghum syrup at 11 pounds and prohibiting the dilution of sorghum syrup was passed by a vote of 70 to 6. Among the bills Introduced was one by Representative Babb making a c...

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. — 15 February 1899

6 FEBRUARY 15, THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. mates No !6S 1 From Actual Experience. "Agriculturt Is the Kfost Healthful, Host Useful, and Host Noble Employment ot Man." m , ueorge Washington. Texan Cattle. Recent reports from Texas show that there has been Immense losses of cattle In western and northwestern Texaa from th severe storms this winter. In the Panhandle the snow has been bo deep and the cold ho severe that many thousands of cattle have been frozen to death or have perished from starvation because tho grass was covered with snow. Many thousands of sheep aro also said to have died from starvation. The stockmen of western Texas were not prepared for such a severe winter and their losses will aggregate many millions of dollars. the demand Is constantly increasing the shortage is not only likely to continue for some years, but will probably in crease. The receipts of beef cattle at the principal markets thus far in 1899 have been many thousands less than for the came time In 1898 an...

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. — 15 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. 7 HOW TO KEEP MILK CLEAN. A Simple Fadl Cover Whlcfc, Kpa Out Dirt. Wishing to keep my milk aa clean as possible, Bays Samuel Gray In Hoard's Dairyman, I got tho tinner to make a cover for the pail, which I have found answers the purpose very welL The cover fita the pail closely, so as not to be easily jarred off, has a slightly con vex upper surfaco and has two tubes about an inch and a half in diameter and three or four inches high extending upward. The tubes aro placed about two inches and a half apart and about the same distance from the edge of the cover. The milkman holds the pail between hia knees, with tubes of the cover on the opposite side from him, and milks with each hand directly into the tubos. The hands should bo directly over the tops of the tubes and as close to them may thus be accounted profitable, but if she yields 50 or f 00 in the same length of time she ia more profitable. Thus, a man with a herd of first grade animals, if he utili...

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. — 15 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 FEBRUARY 15, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS FOR" 111 HOME OFFICIAL PAVER OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. Published Every Wedaeiday.at Topeka, Kaosas. . GEO. 0. HARRISON & CO., Editors ahd raor-autons. NulMrrlptlon IUte!-0W P1 one year by rruiu, fl. m e.iw oj ten or more, uy mu, vw iortr, 75 tent earn. . 27i ativrriMna rale of The A&ot.aU and New are low. EitUrmtlft will he made and price fur nUhed on application. No extra rtmrge, for rut, tie,. The puMlnher recrve the rioht to rejert any MtJCCimntuHC nnmrimny. inr, iramu paper may eonnuler anu adrertuemeni wnunap peart herein oh representing a firm wlvmc relUtldl The, Advocate vxt ttnhlUhtd in andmu eonnolUlated wtth The Kama Sewn In lfW. Tlie A ,1., .,.,. nn,t V,f 4a Hit .iNWl! Mil ft ItanfT. Mid hat a Uiratr circulation than any other Katua vit'Kiy urnwn receive aiimwmm, For information regarding lulmriptlont ami adticrtmng rate, addrm OScs THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 118 W. Sixth Ave. TOPEKA. KANSAS. SAVING AND WASTING...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. 9 CURRENT DISCUSSION it I. "The Foundation of an Enduring Republic," by .Senator H. W. Young. From an ihMitss delivered before the Slate Institute of the Commonwealth I'lub of Khiihub, February ti, ISltO. "The Foundation of an Enduring Re public." Where, shall we find it? Is It not like the fountain of youth, the phil osopher's stone, and the mirage of the desert, something that will forever al lure us, yet ever evade our search? Will not nations continue to rise and fall on the currents of history in the future as they have in the past? Even conceding all that 13 claimed for progress and evo lution, must not all advance be like that of the incoming tide? Are there not mighty rythmic pulsations in history? Must not the most magnificent structure of government man can build to-day be torn down after some time be past, in order that he may painfully begin again and lay the foundations of one that shall be grander and stronger and freer? Is there any escape...

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. — 15 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NiSWS. 10 FEBRUARY 15, CIIAPTER xvn. Another week opened. In honor of Captain Barclay restoration to health the Fraziers had issued invitations for a picnio to the White Gate. Many of the officers and ladios had accepted. Most of thorn had been bidden. Captain Mnl lane had been on sick report four daya Contusions resulting from tumbling from a broken legged chair was the ex planation. Bat every Pat in the com mand had his tongue in his cheek when he spoke of it and of matters growing ont of the "contusions" mentioned. Frazier bad heard rumors of the former fracas, and had notified Messrs. Mai lane, Bralligan, et al., that he wonld have no dueling In his bailiwick, and deep was the mystery surrounding cer tain consultations held by night in Mnllane's quarters. "The blood of that young braggart toon his own head," said Mullane to his henchmen. "An you, Hodge, can console the disconsolate widow." He had no more doubt of the issue of the contemplated combat, no more com...

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. — 15 February 1899

11 1809. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. tiel "That's no place to bo caught In a storm." And he pointed downward aa he spoke. At their feet was the deep, grasHy valley, hemmed by precipitous bluffs. The greensward at the base of the bar rier ridge was soft and velvety. A rich er soil nonrished the roots of the bunch grass, and all men knew that more than onco in bygone days the sodden swell ing of the brawling waters that came foaming and swirling down the ravine from the depths of the crested heights within had turned that beautiful little sheltered nook into a deep lake that llowly emptied itself through the nar row, twisting, rocky gorge that ended at the White Gate. On the level turf the danoers were merrily footing it even now to the musio of an inspiring quadrille, the pretty gowns of the wo men, the uniforms of the men, adding brightness to the picture. Below the camp the mules aud horses were placid ly grazing close by the inner opening of the gorge, the white covers of the wag ons a...

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. — 15 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AM) KiSWS. 12 FEBRUARY 15, State Temperance Union. The annual convention of the Kansas State Temperance Union was very suc cessful. It did a very sensible thing In re-electing J. Willis Gleed as president and T. E. Stephens aa secretary for the ensuing year. Their ability and energy have been In large measure responsible for the sentiment for upholding prohlbl tlon which has been bo strongly reflected la the antl-resubmlsslon petitions sent In to the legislature. J. W1IM.H (il.KKI), I'rexhloiit Htiite 'J'eniiiernnra Union. The addresses and discussions before the convention were extremely interest Ing, especially the addresses of John 0, Woolley, of New York, and ex-Governor John P. St. John. The following resolution were road by Prof. Carruth and adopted by the meeting Whereas, The prohibitory law has greatly reauceu tne consumption or intoxicants In the State of Kansas, cultivated and strengthened habits of temperance ,und ab . stlnence and crippled the saloon as a po...

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. — 15 February 1899

13 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. REPORT OF THE KANSAS STATE 5 3 ALLIANCE. For eleven years the Farmers' Alli ance has contributed Its quota to the his tory of the State and nation. The mush room growth of the early days of the or ganization belongs to the past. At the present time the membership is greatly lessened In numbers out is composed only of those who possess strength of char acter and are loyal to the principles for which the Alliance was organized. Some who are unable to keep up sub organizations ore desirous of continuing their membership, and pay their dues to the State secretary. ' During the early days questions of political economy al most entirely monopolized the attention of the membership. For the last few years questions of ethics of farm and domestic economy have been more fre quently considered. The recent session held in Topeka was one of the most profitable. The presi dent's address, which was recently pub lished, was heartily endorsed by all. Prof. Cottrell ga...

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. — 15 February 1899

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS; rtCBRUARY U, ,yr;,yi)i,iini;)).i,,ipii r By MA8LE DICCS. AROUND THE VILLAGE ; OR, VIL LAGE TYPES.11. GKTAunt 5uiaiv-Tbe Story She Told L One Evening, BT PRHLS HALEY. Aant Susan was an old withered up woman who was the pet of our villlage with everybody. She was on hand to nurse the &tck and always dose them with herb tea3 and other norae-made medi cines she carried In a little black leather satchel. Then after giving them the bit ter draught she would tell an Interesting story, If It was a child, and the latest gos sip If an older person. - I knew when Susan Blake, (she was named after Aunt Susan) was sick she told an excellent story. At least I thought It was fine. It was one evening, and Su san's beau, Jake HUaon, had dropped In to see how his sweetheart was getting along. Susan had a sister and I had a slBter. On this evening I had taken Jane, that's my sister, over to see Ann, Susan's sister. I thought Ann was the sweet est girl in town and I wanted...

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. — 15 February 1899

15 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. f lift mm FOR 23 THE WOMEN f OF THE FAMILY i y The Remarkable Way in which Adam Salm Acquired Success and Happiness. HOW TIIK OTIJKU IIALF LIVES." Just a slu'Iter for head and feet. Crowded together, youn and old, Sickened by summer "h scorching heat, Chilled by the- winter's cruel cold. Just a bit of the sky so blue, Seen froni a broken windowpane, Just u wee sunbeam sUtiRglinn through, Shining a moment, gone again. Just a breath of the spri ultimo bright, In a llower pot, all cracked and brown, Just a glimpse of the stars at night, When the darkness eonu'sdrlltlng down. Just a thought of t he future life, ,1 ust a thought of the silent past, Work and weariness, worry and strife, Just as long as the days shall last. Harriet It. Doff In Hood Housekeeping. Odds and Ends for Women. The true Filipino women are said to be very Interesting. Some of them are quite beautiful, having complexions of dark copper color with a tinge of red, their hair Is long and...

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. — 15 February 1899

16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 15, 1893. Borrowed Smiles. Modern Dramatic Art The actor How s business 7 The Actress "Bad. Two measly face-powder tentlmonJal8 so rar tnis ween. men. Mra. Outertowne "Oh, Henry! our new cook Is a star!" Outertowne (fer vemtly) "If she only proves a fixed one!" Brooklyn Life. - Sher "My grandfather was cousin to tne iiiari or buiiysnanty, twice removed. He "Twice removed, eh? What for? Didn't he pay his rent?" Tlt-BIts. Mrs. Smallcannon "I see you are as mucn of a gallant with the ladles as ever. MaJor Slamlammah "Indartfl. that mm always a strong wakeness with me." uariem Lire. Striking an Average. "What a tre mendous expansionist Nagger 13 when he gets out in a crowd." "Yes, and what a iremenaous snrinker he Is when he gets nome!" Cleveland Plain Dealer. I9U is a small amount, but you may have tho Advocate and News for that. Write to the publishers that you will take the paper at that rate, to bo paid some time during the year j andjf at any time...

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