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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1839. More than 35,000 and not more than 40,000 1300 per annum More than 40,000 and not more than 45,000 2000 per annum More than 45,000 3000 per annum And In counties of more than 45000 Inhabi tants having a court of Common Pleas, the Clerk of said court of Common Pleas, shall receive the same fees as the Cleric of the DlBtrlct Court. And if in any year the fees collected shall be more than the sums above specified In their respective counties, the said District Clerks shall pay to the county treasurer of their respective counties, one half of such excess when collected, taking duplicate receipts therefor, one of which they shall file with the County Clerk, and such money shall become part of the gen eral fund of the county. Section 9. The Sheriffs of the several counties In the State shall charge, as full compensation for their services as required by law to be performed by the Sheriff of each county," the following 'fees: Serving or executing and returning ...

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. — 8 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NiiWS. 10 MARCH S THAT CATACOMB STORY. BY MARTHA F1SHEL ICmwr right, 1909, lr Ak.l Two of the three journalists wore sharpening their pencils busily, while the tall one, she of the marvelous mem ory, looked on in pitying toleration as she adjusted a hairpin. She scorned notebooks, scorned pencilH, satisfied in the thought that upon the tablet of her brain her impressions would be recorded unerringly. The moist April breeze fluttered the curtains of our pretty salon in the Rue de Chaillot, No. 71, and an air of business excitement was upon us four damsels, who in trim tailor gowns and severe sailor hats awaited the coming of the Harvard man who had consented to be our pilot through the catacombs. The serene peace of our little Parisian menage had been rudely disturbed the day previous by the arrival of an Amer ican newspaper which announced a prize for the best article written on "The Catacombs of Paris." Upon inspecting the ngure ottered by the editor my three journ...

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. — 8 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 11 I n innrMT nicriiccmM III. Trusts the Good and Evil in Their Development. By Professor Edward W. Bemls. Every one la acquainted with the fa mous work of Henry D. Lloyd on "Wealth versus Commonwealth." An interesting story la told of that book. One of the most famous professors of economics In this country told me, as an. illustration of the condition of the development of polit ical economy, that in -the institution in which he was in charge of economics he was arguing the subject of railroad discriminations, and discussing the effect in building up trusts. He Bald that hith erto, in his previous lectures, he had al ways referred the students to the books in the library bearing on the subject On this occasion he wished to refer to the famous work of Henry D. Lloyd, but could not for before him was the son of one of the Standard Oil trustees. This professor told me that he felt it would not do to even name Henry D. Lloyd's book as being in the library, and t...

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. — 8 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AJNJO NiSWS. 12 MARCH 8, does not feel any longer that he is living la a free country. lie Is not, la be? In other words, It la a problem of liberty fully as much as a problem of economics It Is also becoming more and more a problem of polltlcad purity. Upon an at tempt to form some law to check them these enormous aggregates of capital be gin to use their money to prevent such control. They give to the campaign funds of both political parties, until It Is be coming a question whether It is possible to ftave honest, independent rulers. We have seen it most largely in the case of that other form of monopoly known as monopolies of situation, as I spoke of at the beginning, because they came first in the order of development and they were the first that government attempted to regulate. Th governor of one of our largest States, until lately, told me that when he was governor a great combina tion of the gas companies of thla city was being prepared for a bill in the legisla...

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. — 8 March 1899

13 1839. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, (Published In tha Advocate and News, offi cial State paper, March 8, 1399.) House Bill No. 860. AN ACT creating a City Court In the City of Coffeyvllle, Montgomery County. Kansas, and denning the jurisdiction and I powers thereof, and creating a Judge Clerk and Marshal of said Court and de nning their duties and powers, and limit ing the Jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace In said City of Cofteyvllle - Be It enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: - . ' Section X. That In the City of Cofteyvllle In Montgomery County, Kansas, a Court is hereby created and established, to be called "The Court of CoiTeyvllle," which said Court shall have one presiding Judge, whose style of office shall bo "Judge of the Court of Coffeyvllle", and the Bald Court shall have a Clerk whose Btyle of otllce shall be "Clerk of the Court of Coffeyvllle" and1 said Court shall have a marshall, whose style of otllce shall be the "Marshal of the Court of Coffeyvllle." Se...

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 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAtlCIt 8, By MABLE DICCS. A LITTLE LAD' I ANMWEIt. Our little lad came in one day With dusty shoe and tired feet; Ills playtime had been hard and long, Out In the summer's noontide heat. "I'm glad I'm home!" he cried and hung Ills torn straw hat up in the hall, "While In the corner by the door He put away his bat and ball. "I wonder why," his auntie said, "This little lad always comes here When there are many other homes As nice as this and quite as near?" He stood a moment deep In thought, Then, with a lovellght In his eye, He pointed where his mother sat And said, "She lives hero, that Is why." With beaming face the mother heard; Her mother heart was very glad, A true, sweet answer he had given, That thoughtful, loving little lad, And well I know that hosts of lads And Just as loving, true and dear; That they would answer as he did, " 'Tls home, for mother's living here." Christian Advocate. J BUTTON'S SAD STORY. By Edith L. Dlggs. On one of the very coldes...

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 March 1899

16 K3. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. f slf FOR 7 2J THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY 1 11 THE FLOW Kit, LOVE. Tla early spring; the maiden feels the glow Of glad, full life about her swiftly flow. She knows the music of the songster's trill, For in her heart It wakes an answering thrilL She is fair as spring Itself is fair, And she is happy, for love so rare Has come into her heart and there She holds this thing so sweet. And dare Let her beaming face show wealth ' Of loving, of shy beauty and glowing grace. Her growing love like a blooming flower, Adds more luster to her maiden dower. She Bteps from girlhood Into womanhood strong And tunes her life to the old sweet song. The "Mr. Lawson." Of all curious names for a flower, "Mrs. Lawson" surely heads the list. It is a most beautiful variety of pink and may be said to be the creation of a florist, Peter Fisher, Who lives near Boston. He has worked long and hard to produce this lovely flower, and now that he at last sees his "work rewarded he does no...

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 March 1899

10 MARCH 8, 1895. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. (Published In the Advocate and Newa, offl clal State paper, March 8, 1S99.) House Bill No. 916. AN ACT appropriating the aum of twenty- ono tnoueana aoventy-tnree ana ninety one-hundredths dollars (J21.OT3.1W) out of any mnnev In the Htate treaaury not otn erwlae appropriated, or o muh theheof as may ne neceenary, 10 reimuune certain persons, firm and corporations for moneys by them advanced and actually loaned to the Htate of Kansas, upon the request of the Hon. John W. Leedy, Governor of the State of Kansas, and upon the pledge and promise that the State of K annua would repay the several parties the re spective amounts so advanced and ac tually loaned to the State of Kansas, for the purpose of representing the State of Kanwas In an exhibit at the Trans-Mls-slsulppi International Kxposltlon held In the City of Omaha, State of Nebraska, In the year A. u. lays. Whereas, The Legislature of the State of Kansas in Its regular session of 1897 fai...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 March 1899

Devoted to me m interests or the Home the 3hop and the Farm Eleventh Year, No. II. OFFICIAL STATE FAPKU. ml VBAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 15, 1899. EVKRY WEDNESDAY. PRICK F1VK WIS. "Regulation" Which Doesn't Regulate. Special Session Law Reducing Tele graph Rates Ten to Twenty-five Per Cent Ignored by the Companies. WHAT OF GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP? One of the laws passed at the special ses sion provided for a reduction In telegraph rates In the State and places the telegraph companies under the Jurisdiction of the Court of Visitation. The rate was made 15 cents for ten words and 1 cent for each ad ditional word. The act was passed to go Into effect upon its publication In the stat ute book, and accordingly became a law on the first of this month. Until that time the regular rate varied from 25 cents for ten words and 2 cents for each additional word to 40 cents and 3 cents for each addi tional word. The law has been in effect now for two weeks, but both the Western Union and the Postal T...

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 March 1899

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 15, throe Institutes in every county of the State. "The total amount appropriated for the college for the next two yearn was $110, COO. Among the approprlationR was $16,000 for additions to the shops. The college has Applications on file for all the students that Itc present equipment would allow to be admitted for two years. The new appro prlatlon will enable the collego to provide facilities In the shopH at the opening of the college next fall for 100 new students." The appropriation which was made for the shops will greatly aid Professor Har per's work. Regent Vrooman suggests that the dedication of the building provided for be set for Labor Day, making it an occo sion to which the wage-workers and others iiarticularly Interested In the Industrial work at the college will be invited. An American paper published in Paris recently contained the following unique ad vertlsement : "A young woman of agreeable presence, and desirous of getting married, wou...

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 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 111)51. 3 McNall, Governor of Kansas, 1901-5. Gov. Stanley Makes Webb McNall His Probable Successor by the flanner In Which He Deposes the In- surance Superintendent. MAKES A " GUNSHOT FINDING.' Webb McNall has been "investigated," end hia politics have been found to be ex tremely bad. What is much worse he has done his duty in defending the people of Kansas against the ravenous Insurance companies. Ilia term would expire regularly In three months and a half, but there is no telling what harm he might work to Re publican success even in that short time. So McNall had to go, and he went In a way thut will give him the Populist-Democratic nomination for governor next year , unless the fusion party is eternally ungrateful. To use one of McNall's expressive phrases, Governor Stanley made a "gun-shot find ing." The proceeding was all arranged be forehand, as you will discover by reading last week's Mail and Breeze. McNall nearly spoiled the whole thing, however, by...

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 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 MARCH 15, PUBLIC OPINION Spring Newe EEra: We abuse our candidates for president the French, the president after his election. Oberlin Eye: Germany Is eating Amer ican hog with great relish mow, and la learning something about hominy. Osborn County Farmer: Friends will never push you to the top of the ladder. You must climb up by your own exer tions. Merlden Ledger: In Prussia the wo men do the plowing and harvesting. In this country they do the eewing and cradling, Minneapolis Index: There Is one thing that Is true of a widower: he la always wondering If he can bite at a bait with out getting caught on a hook. Concordia Kansan: A Kansas politi cian cannot lay claim to statewide influ ence until he can use a flnger-bowl In a Topefca hotel without blushing. Belleville Freeman: If It Is a good thing for the government to own its own printing plant, why would it not be a good plan for Kansas to own one? Rural New Yorker: The Kansas Ag ricultural Collegee expect...

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. — 15 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND IfEWS. 5 SOME NEWS NOTES FOR BUSY FARflERS. Two hundred boxes containing 1,764 gold bricks, valued at over $10,000,000 have been sent to the government mint In Philadelphia to be coined Into ten and twenty dollar pieces. In the Alabama legislature the House voted unanimously that our national flag must float over every school house In the mate. This Is a most worthy example for every State In the Union to follow. The Senate in Idaho has rejected a bill making eight hours a legal day's work In that State. Eight hours are long enough for legal days work anywhere, and es pecially In damp and unhealthy mines. Free rural mall delivery Is belngtriedln the vicinity of Alton and Belleville, Illi nois. It will not be many years until it will be In general use In the thickly populated farming districts all over this country. Winter wheat Is said to be badly dam aged by the hard freezing In northern Nebraska. So far as reports have been received no damage of this kind has been...

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 March 1899

MARCH 15, 6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ( Published In th Advocate and News, offi cial State paper, March 15, 1899.) House Bill No. 924. AN ACT making: appropriations for the ex ecutive and Judlclul department of the state for the lineal years ending- June 30, WOO and June 30, I'M and for deficiency for the Judge and stenographer of the Thirty-sixth Judicial district for the fiscal year ending- June 30, 1899. Bo It enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. That the following: sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated out of any money in the State Treasury not otherwise appropri ated, to pay the salaries and expenses of the executive and Judicial departments of the state of Kansas for the fiscal years ending- June 30, 1900 and June 30, l'JOl: TO THE GOVERNOR. For salaries and expenses for 1000 1901 Governor $3 .000 f 3,000 Private secretary 2,000 2,000 Chief Clerk, Stenographer and Messenger 2,000 2,000 Rewards and arrests 2,000 2,000 Postag...

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 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 7 paragraphs of sections 1 to 21, both inclu sive of the General Statutes of 1897 are hereby repeaJed. Section 15. This act shall take effect and be In force from and after Its publication In the official State paper. I hereby certify that the above bill origi nated In the House, and passed that body March 1st, 1S99. S. J. OSBORN, Sneaker of the House. CI IAS. E. LOB DELL, Chief Clerk of the House. Fassed the Senate March 4th. 1S99. H. E. RICHTER, Tresldent of the Senate. J. W. MORPHY, Secretary of the Senate. Approved March 6th. 1899. W. E. STANLEY, Governor. STATE OF KANSAS. Office of Secretary of State. I, Geo. A. Clark, Secretary of State of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing Is a correct copy of the original enrolled blU now on tile In my office. In testimony whereof. I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my official Bt'al. this 9th day of March, 1S99. (Seal.) GEO. A. CLARK, Secretary of State. By HILL P. WILSON, ...

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. — 15 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 MARCH ii, Practical Farm Notes i From Actual Experience. "Agrloultun Is (he Most Haalihful, Host Useful, and Most Noble Employment ol Man.1 George Washington. S The Snow Fiowrr. tion will require more labor to the acre; There Is a curious flower that grows in but will It require more to the bushel? Liberia called the snow flower because it " b'hou,(J "quire Just as much to the bloomB only la January whea the weather 'bushel, there are some probable and uev- ls the coldest and the snow the deepest fraI certain advantages in favor of the it mmmhiM ,th mmrnincr o-iirv nnH ,fh thorough practice. It is probable It would blosaom lasts only a day. The flower ta ?velop those unknown causes, which of mtAT BhAnArt and it nrfwhiren minute eeedu e years nave cut uown our crops Deiow about the nlze of the head of a common pin which glisten like little diamonds, These seeds 'have been planted in pots of snow and frozen earth, and on the coldest day of the following Januar...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. o DAIRY CONSTITUTIONS. Facta Showing That Dairy Breed May Toaaeaa Hardlaeaa. Professor T. L. Haecker of the Min nesota experiment station states in Hoard's Dairyman that so far as his experience is concerned the highly bred dairy cow is no more subject to disease than the dual purpose types. A few years ago. when the tuberculin test was first applied to the cattle at this station, says Professor Haecker, both the dairy and the beef herds were in charge of the writer, and when the first test was made every animal in the beef herd, save one, responded to the test, notwithstanding the fact that three of them were big chested Polled Angnses, while of all the dairy animals only cne was found tuberculous, and that one was Tricksy. Before she came to Minnesota she had made the fair circuits for three years and had been exposed to the disease moro than would have been the case had she remained at home. Such cows as Pride of Evergreen, Dora, Cottie B, CHAMPION'S ...

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 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 MARCH 15, THE ADVOCATE for ' A fvirv MHAC s wMINU INCVVJ Til HOME AMfAFM OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE 8TATE OF KANSAS. Patted Every Wednesday, at Topckj, fraui. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and propbiitom. SnbMrljttlon Rates: One copy one year by mail, it. In club of ten or more, by mail, one year, 75 cent each. The advertUina rate of The Advocate and New are low. intimate will he made and price fur nUhed on application. No extra charge for cut, e te. The publUher reterve Uie riaht to reject any objectUmtMe advtrtUdny. The reader of thi p aper may eonnlder miu ajlvcrl.Ucment which ap- rear herein a reprexentiita a firm whote reliabu ty can be vouched for by thepublinher. The Advocate wan entablUhed in 1HH9, and wat eono lidated with The Kana New in 1807. The Advoe ate and Newt it Vie official state paper, ana ha a laryer circulation thin any other Kama weekly 10 filch receive advertisement. For in pronation reaaniiny subscription and adoertUt ng rate, addre...

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 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 11 "Regulation" Which Doesn't Regulate (Continued from page 1.) country like England can afford to operate a public telegrapn system, sucn a visionary project would be deplorable In an old Bot tled country like this, with its castles on every hill, hoary with centuries ana pre serving traditions of treat deeds of a thou sand years ago. We can't be expected to follow the erratic lead of a board-sidewalk nation like Great Britain. But I very much fear some of us may live to see our blessed Institutions done up by a puDiic leiegrapn out of which nobody but tne governmen will be able to make a cent. If I were coun Bel for the telegraph companies I think my advice to them at uresent would ue: uen tlemen, don't buck." If anyone thinks that he can make the law "stick" against the telegraph compa rles he hus an opportunity to recover one hvndred dollars for each telegram which a company refuses to take at the legal rate of 15 cents for ten words and 1 cent for each ad...

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 March 1899

12 MARCH 15. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FOR HER NAME'S SAKE. BY HOWARD MARCUS STRONG. XX Coprrlffbt, 1800, br Athor.l VWVVNAVWWVAAAAAV There was an unwonted air of gloom in the little cigar store as the twilight sottled down on the Bowery. "Mulcahy has been gone two weeks," exclaimed Hughes, the bounaker. "There will be no more fun here with out him." 'True for you." responded Gilligan, the wit. "I wonder did he go to Cuba or the Klondike!" "Neither." said Hughes, "for if I'm not mnch mistaken here he conies now. Or is it his ghost?" Sure enough, it was James Mulcahy. bricklayer, mason, calciminer, what ever was to be done, and in his white overalls spick and span. "It seems, James," eaid the boxmak er. "that you have on a very summery costume for this time of year." "Well. I have my red flannels be neath them, but that's all I have." "Sit down, man, and tell us your predicament. Where have you been since last I saw you?' "I'vo been dead and buried," was the remarkable statement made by...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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