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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 February 1899

Devoted to the Best Interests or the Mil the 5hop and the larm Eleventh Year, No. 8. gffiSJSiWffi TOPEKA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 22, 1899. cd raa rirvSNSrA8!- Supreme Court Upholds It Also. Decision In Favor of the Legality of Special Session Called by Governor Leedy. JUSTICES WERE UNANIMOUS The supreme court has also decided that the extra session called by Governor Leedy was constitutional. The matter came before the court on the application of Senator Hugh FarreJly for a writ of mandamus to compel Auditor Cole to audit his claim for pay as a member of tne legislature. Attorney General Godard and D. R. Hite, representing Mr. Cole, raised the following points: First. That there was no extraordinary occasion justifying the Governor of the State of Kansas In convening: the Legisla ture of said State in special session in De cember, 1SU8, and that this call, therefore, was Issued without authority of law, and - was null and void, and that the Legislature had no power to convene tnereunaer o...

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. — 22 February 1899

FEBRUARY 22. 2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. PUBLIC OPINION 5- - Emporia Daily Republican: An Os born firm shipped $1,000 worth of alfalfa seed In ono day last week. Emporia Republican: Where 13 the old settler who said cattle could live all win ter In Kansas without feed? Osage City Public Opinion: Com missioners of Kansas counties along the Arkansas river will contest Colorado's right to use all the water for Irrigation purposes. Hugaton Hermes: So far as we are In formed cattle are standing the bad weather well. Cattle are thin, but good to weather it through if the weather will be half way decent Kensington Mirror: The cattle and sheep on western ranches have suffered greatly thl3 week from lack of feed and the low temperature. In some part3 50 per cent of the herds have died. Dodge City Globe-Republican: The agriculturalists are preparing to storm western Kansas again. There la no doubt of it. No Kansan ever refrained from scalding a drouth when he saw one. Goodland Republic: The wire...

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. — 22 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. 3 RAISINO POULTRY FOR-PROFIT. Mi i Some Hint of Kpeclal Intereflt to the Younger Members of the Farmer's Family. a The following paper was read at the Berry ton, Kansas, Farmers Institute Feb ruary 2nd, 1899, by Pearsoll Hotchklss, a 14-year-old boy, who has made a practical and profitable success of raising poultry on the farm, and his worthy example might be profitably followed by many other farmer's boys. Master Hotchklss said: "Ladles, and Gentlemen: I am asked to read a paper on the subject of poultry, It seems a very small subject, but really it is a large one. "First I will take the different breeds of chickens, that I have tried, and, those J think approprlare for the farmer. "The Black Minorca I consider the best. They are a large fowl, if you want one for the table. They are excellent lay ers, and lay large white eggs. They have only one fault, that is they never set un less they are crossed with some other breed. "The Leghorn is second. As mar...

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. — 22 February 1899

'4 FEBRUARY 22. THE ADVOCATE AM) NEWS. THB LEGISLATURE. (Continued from page 1.) tasche, 25 cents. The amendment was adopted and the bill was wen recom mended fnr naturaee. The senate passed twenty local blll3 and . advanced the I'uiiman tare reuucuou om, after a struggle, to a place on the calen dar under the head of general orders. Among the new bills was one Intro duced by Senator Crossan which, in addi tion to appropriating money for the re pairs of the Olathe school for the deaf, provided for the erection of a hospital building at that institution. Tumidity. Tho Falloon-Stuart Judicial contest came up and consideration or it was post poned until February 23d. The barbers' bill was passed as recommended, with Senator Lamb the only Senator voting In the negative. The Inheritance tax bill, introduced by Senator Young, and a number of local bills, were also passed. Among the bills Introduced was one by Senator Stone providing that the State treasurer, at torney general and the audi...

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. — 22 February 1899

5 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. a list of all deposits which have remained unchanged In the bank for a period of Ave years. This list must be filed with the bank commissioner and be published In a local paper. If the depositors do not claim the money on this list within sixty days after publication It must "be turned Into the State treasury. A joint resolution was introduced by Gregory to submit to the people an unendment to the constitution which will allow a district Judge who resigns his position to practice law before the expiration of the term for which he was elected. At the night session, which was the Jrst the house has held, twenty-eight lo cal bills were recommended for passage Jn committee of the whole. Thuraly. Captain Seaton Introduced a bill pre pared by a special committee, which pro ves for the erection and maintenance of i hard fiber twine plant at the State penitentiary. On his motion It was ad vanced to third reading. The committee vhlch drew up the bill was compos...

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. — 22 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS; 6 FEBRUARY 22. . 9 8 TTft l 0 i rracn rmm notes From Actual Experience. " Agriculture it the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Uost Noble Employment ol Man." () George Washington. Cotton Seed Meal. Large quantities of cotton Bced meal are being fed to fattening cattle in Texas. It Is mixed with the cotton hulls and fed in long troughs. It puts on flesh very rapidly and in 100 days it will fatten sheep or cattle, no matter how poor they were to Btart with If in a healthy condi tion. For fattening old animals it Is the best feed that can be used as It requlaas but little mastication and Is easily di gested. The cotton seed meal, at the fac tory where It Is made, costs about four times as much as the hulls. The hulls take the place of other roughness, and when fed together make a ration that puts on fat very rapidly. Bhrirp Dip for rig. Pigs are sometimes mangy and some times lousy. A good remedy In either case Is to get some sheep dip, such as Is generally used t...

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. — 22 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. f ' GREAT LAYERS. ?m Breed of Belgian Ilea. a4 Their Characteristic. One of the new Belgian breeds of poultry, says tho American consul in Antwerp, is the nerve chicken, which is black and has a moderate single, etraight comb, reddish brown eyes, red gills and ear lobes, email roundish wat tles, stocky neck and abundant flesh. The breast is rather strongly developed, and the vertical tail is quite well feath ered. The legs, of a very dark bluish or blackish color, are not long. This fowl is healthy, active and rivals the best layers. It is originally from the district of Herve heace its name in the prov ince of Liege, where it has long been known to farmers. It has, however, been much neglected and bastardized with breeds of lesser value. The Manheid is similar to the Herve. It has the eame characteristics and dif- BLACK HERVE HEN. fers only in its plumage and its height, both of which are less developed. In color it is blue black or light ash blue. Its ...

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. — 22 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 FEBRUARY 22, THE ADVOCATE FOR m HOME AND NEWS SHOP AND f AMI OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. Published Every Wedaeiday,itTopeka,Kaaas. (JEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors akd Propriktohs. gnbucrlptlon Rate:-Ouo copy one year by mail, $1. In cluim of ten or more, by mail, one year, 75 cent earn. Tlie adwriUino rate of The Advocate and Wcw are low. KnUmatcn will be nuule and price fur nUhcd on application. No extra charye for cute, etc.. The pMUhert reserve Vie riyht to reject any onjee,iU)nai(e, aancrimmy. ine rentier wiw paper nay comider any (UlvcrtUement whtcn ap pears herein a rtprunitiny a firm whe reliabil it ii can he miwhetl fur tin the vublixher. The Advocate iwm exUiblMied in 1H89, and vat tomolUlated with The Kama Nev n in 1M7. The Advocate and Nem U tlie oflU&d State paper, and has a larger circulation thin any other Kantat weekly which receive advertisement. For Information rraardiny nulmcrljitlont and adverliHlny ralte, cuilreg once:...

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. — 22 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. 9 CURRENT DISCUSSION II. A New PointThe Counter Initiativein the Theory of Direct Leg islation, by Jas. P. EasterlyEditor of the Eureka, Kans., Union. The government of the United States and of each State In the Union was founded under the conclusion that a rep resentative democracy is the most dem ocratic government that Is practical, and under the conditions that existed u hun dred years ago, in the days of mail trans portation by stage coach and when the telegraph was unknown, that was prob ably true. But the history of American representative government has demon strated that there is a radical difference between a democracy and a representa tive government. In a democracy the citizens themselves make the laws and superintend their administration; in a representative democracy the citizens delegate the law-making power to a chosen few for a limited term of years, and the administration of the laws to an other few. The fundamental idea In a democracy ...

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. — 22 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND KiSWS. 10 FEBRUARY f If":,', .""'." V y4,J,l,'w,',",7fm'"",7rv ' , ' 'J 'Jf Hduardielding o CoprrlsM, 1809, by the Author. I could see the back of her hoad unil her shonlder and one arm, which was bare to the elbow and looked very white in the moonlight. She was sitting in a window and I in the next one. bat she was unaware of my presence. Should I speak to her? Our acquaint ance was really very blight. True, we had lived in the same house for nearly a year, bat it was a lodging house, and the inhabitants strayed out into the neighborhood for their sustenance, thus lacking the common sorrow of a board ing house table to draw them together. Miss Caverly and I exchanged greetings when we mot at the door or in tho halls, but that hardly justified me in opening a conversation from my window to hers at 1 o'clock in the morning. Yet I want ed to do it. - While I was debating the question the lady was leaning far out from her lofty porch it was the top story and gazing upo...

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. — 22 February 1899

11 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. but she held one of them behind ber. concealing something. "It's nothing at all." she said, "only a little coffee I happened to have. 1 waa going to give it away. " "And is that the awful secret that drove sleep from your pillow!" I de manded. "Yes," she said. "I might as well confoas. I am really a sound sleeper, but I liked the club. It gave me a chance- of seeing Home one I 1 cared for. You understand?" For answer I took a brown paper bag of coffee from the side pocket of my coat. (Published February 22, 1899.) Supreme Court Syllabi. 11279, The State of Kansas, Geo. C. Otis. Error from Russell County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Johnston, J. Chapter 1C7 of the laws of 1897, purporting to require railroad companies to furnish free transportation to shippers of live stock in certain cases, and providing remedies and penalties for violations of Its provis ions, has no application to nor effect upon Interstate shipments. All the Justices concurri...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 February 1899

13 THE ADVOCATE AND KiiWS. FEBRUARY 22, THE SOCIALISM OF SENATOR HE5SIN. A little story from the Toprk Ualljr J iupitai giving am miugm into me cikaiMti of the rapid growth of Hitclallatlo aontluient In thla country. Eight years ago Senator Hensia and a brother owned and operated a bagging plant at Huntington, Ind. A twine and bagging trust, which had been organized about that time, offered to pay Senator Heneln $6,000 a year If he would shut down his plant. This offer was accepted, and for two years the firm received the ntlpulated amount. At the end of that time the cus tomers whom the firm had previously provided with bags, had been absorbed by the trust. Accordingly the trust stopped paying the f 6,000 per year It had agreed to pay, and Senator Hessin found that his firm must either buck the trust or quit business. A compromise was finally agreed to, by which the machinery was purchased by the trust. From that day to this, Sena tor Hessin has had no use for the binding twine tru...

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. — 22 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 1839. 13 THIS WEEK'S MARKETS. Kansas City Live Stock. Kansas City, Feb. 2L CATTLE Movements the past 48 hours: Cattle. Calves. Receipts 3.744 23 Shipments 1.282 2 Drive-outs 824 13 The run yesterday was only moderate, and largely made up of cattle In only me dium to fair condition. There were no choice natives In. The beat price ot the day waa $5.05, given for a lot ot fat but rough steers, averaging 1,645 pounds. Some early sales of the best natives were thought to be steady, but late sales and roughisu kinds were reported 10c lower. Cows were In only moderate supply, and the best were thought steady and others a little lower, In sympathy with declines east of us. Block ers and feeders, as usual on Monday, met with jonly a light demand, but what sales were made were at steady prices. Range cattle sold uneven. The best In the native division were steady and In fair demand, but In the Texas division sales were Blow and the market was Irregularly lower. Milch co...

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. — 22 February 1899

FEnntun? 22, 14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. By MABLE DICCS. TIIK HKOKKX I'JNIOX. I walked In tho woodland meiulown, Where Bweet the thrushes King, And found on a bed of mosne. A bird with a broken wing. I healed lt wing, and each morning It Bang Its old sweet strain, But the bird with the broken pinion Never soared as high again. I found a young life broken liy sin's seductive art, And touched with a Christ-like pity, I took him to my heart; Ho lived with a nobler purpose, And struggled not In vain, But the life that Bin had stricken, Never soared as high again. But the bird with broken pinion, Kept another from the Bnaro, And the life that sin had stricken, Raised another from despair; Each Ions has Its own compensation, There's" healing for each pain, But the bird with the broken pinion Never soured as high again. llczcklah Butterworth. The Child's Small Vocabulary. I was Interested lo reading the follow ing from the New Orleans Tlmea-Demo-crat regarding the vocabularies of chil dren. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1839. 15 i FOR THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY Odds and Ends for Women. We have heard of women as farmers, law yers, politicians and even as street-car con ductors, but who ever heard of a woman running a frog-farm? There Is such a woman, though, and Bhe has made from $3,000 to $5,000 a year out of her novel busl neis. The oldest actress In America is Sarah A. Baker. She Is 81 years of age and lives at the Forrest Home In Philadelphia. MrH. Baker was with Thomas Keene for a num ber of years, and spent C2 years of her life acting. There Is no end to the good Miss Helen Gould is doing. She has just started a movement in New York to llnd some way by which the honorably discharged sol diers may obtain work. It has already been the means of giving many a poor soldier a chance to earn a living. The ex-Queen of Hanover now resides In the Villa Thun at Gmunden in upper Aus tria. She Is over 80 years of age, but does not look it. She Is said to be very fond of young company, a...

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. — 22 February 1899

TEE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1(3 FEBIlUAllY 22, 183 SEASONABLE SUGGESTION , . TAKE A TRIP TO r.i' 4- "ifXtnf Ynr? VfcUiJaiLaJAT. 19iUZIUJT AlilJ t 4 DAT. i.JALll IfA. 2f1 flrMl HflL P A 0 TUB 3 wn pi by ' iiimi OR THE r Qlltf Best Readied In Though Cars hy Louisville & Nashville R. R WWte for Information to C. P. ATMORE,Cm'tPus. Aged, LOUISVILLE, KY. XWPU LISTS, tSSlHUtTt, m Unaoralrnlii4 to wtl rrtorm books. ;tlif fre,Mil IMssMear LaanSry Vsrk. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY.' 'lft-114 West Eighth St. Telephone S3). TIOR 8AJUH OR BXCnANGB.-Tbraa nice aighty jftaora farina KWpr3r; lmprovad; wantTopaka firoparty. Many suburban hornet, away down, on onjtlfii. Any number of auras yon want, elosa to tha city, on Ion tlma at poront. Boraral farms, at IV) par urn, frora 40 to Jtlf acr, wall Improved, lone tin. Uvmi tua desorlptlon of your owrehandlM for tala or exchange. I a 1 war a have oustorncra. Jobn L. Howard, 401 Kansas Ave., Topaka. BOOKS BY HENKT O. LLOYD. Wealth As&injt Comraonwc&U...

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

Devoted to me 5r Interests or the Home the 5hop and the fm Eleventh Year, No. 9. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 1, 1899. Plans of New Board of Charities Letter From Governor Stanley Which Gives the New Board Some Excellent Suggestions. SOflE NEW APPOINTMENTS. The new board of charities has orga nized, received a letter from Governor Stanley, made some appointments and adjourned. The first meeting was held last week, and the following letter, which the board says will be carried out to Its last punctuation mark, was read by Mr. Kanavel: Gentlemen The new administration will bring a change both In the political com plexion and management of your board. I nave selected the new members of the board because of my confidence In their character and efficiency. Tho law provides that the subordinate positions tn the utiarltable Institutions of the State shall be tilled by parties of your selection. I propose to leave the responsi bility of theso selections where the law places It, but if agreeable to...

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. — 1 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NiiWS. 8 MARCH 1. PUBLIC OPINION Topoka Fulcrum: A good citizen la a man who votes with a party composed entirely of good men. Belolt Western Call: Kansas has 500 creameries and produces annually $8,000, 000 worth of butter. Blue Mound Searchlight: The skeleton of a ma3todon 10 feet in height and 14 feet long was dug up at Concordia this week. Westphalia Times: We read of a new trust being formed every day. Its a mighty good thing they can't get a cor ner on air. Alliance Vindicator: The laboring peo ple of this country could elect every offi cer from constable to President If they only would. Parsons Weekly Sun: The Kansas troops at Manila come In for a share of the glory of the battle in the Philippines. You can't keep a Kansan from the front Hutchinson Bee: It is alleged that the northwestern flouring mill men have formed a trust with a capital of $35,000, 000. It Is confined chiefly to the spring wheat sections. Cherokee County Republican: The out look Is growin...

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. — 1 March 1899

THE ADV0CA1B AND HEWS. 3 Like an Open Bool u GENERAL NEWS NOTES Startling statements about tatarrhal troubles. Dr. Hartman's successful treatment. 51 SOME NEWS NOTES FOR BUSY FARMERS. New York city's police force aggregates 7,461 men, for a population of 2,948,820 people. In the twenty-eight train robberies In the United States In 1898 Ave trainmen and passengers and five robbers lost their lives. The exports of cotton, provisions and mineral oils from the United States for the month of January, 1898 amounted to $74,000,000. The Jews In the great goose market of Warsaw handle 3,000,000 geese during the months of September, October and No vember each year. All of the railways in the world placed In one continuous line would be more than 17 time3 the circumference of the earth at the Equator. The efficiency of our steamship lines in handling live stock is shown by the fact that one steamer carried 11,163 cattle from New York to Liverpool without the loss of a single head. The Supreme ...

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. — 1 March 1899

4 THE ADVOCATE A1W NEWS. MARCH 1, . TMrf rvi' .The Verdlgria River has loHt its isteam Khlp flotilla. Linn County Joint keepers may have to face the grand Jury Father Schultz of. the Catholic church at Burlington, la dead. Eugene Wolfe, a prominent young at torney of Topeka, died last week. A Marysville man has traded Marshall County land for 4,000 in Arkansas. Otis L. Lorson, of Mound City, has leased the Medicine Lodge Cresset. The motion for a new trial In the Col lins murder case at Topeka will be heard thla week. .: The Hanover Modern Woodmen will erect a lodge building by means of the lottery plan. Goodland has a new State bank, of which C. F. Weber is cashier and Wm. Ennia is president The Schlitz Brewing Company is erect ing a cold storage building and bottling works at Coffeyville. .The slot machines in PhiMpsburg, En terprise, and a number of other Kansas towns, have been closed out. Kanwas editors are calling attention to the "helpful hen" to the effect that eggs are sell...

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