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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. 13 (Published in the Advocate and News, offi cial State papor, March 15, 1899.) Senate Bill No. 76. AN ACT In relation to aslgnraents of real estate mortgages, and to repeal chapter 1K0 of the Session Laws of 1897. He It enncted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. All assignments of real estate mortgages hereafter made shall be ac knowledged by the assignor In the man ner provided for the acknowledgment of other Instruments affecting the title to real estate and all such assignments shall clearly set forth the full name of the as signee together with his postotllce address. Section 2. The acknowledgment and re cording of the assignments of real eBtate mortgages herein provided for In no event shall be chargeable to the mortgagor, his heirs, representatives or assigns. Section 3. In cases where assignments of real estate mortgnges are made after the passage of this act, If such assignments are not recorded, the mortgagor, his heirs, per ...

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 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 MARCH 15, (Published in the Advocate and News, offi cial State paper, March 15, 1899.) Substitute for Senate Bill No. 13. AN ACT for the appointment of a state In spector of oils, deputy inspectors and local Inspectors to provide for the Inspection, sale and use of oils, petroleum oils, kero sene, giwollne, benzole, naphtha and all fluids which are the product of petroleum used for Illuminating and heating pur poses, and for the collection of fees there for, and for the payment of salaries and cash expenses to such offices, and for the deposit of the balance of such fees in the state treasury, Hnd for the regulation of the receipts and Inspection of ald oils and providing penalties for the violation thereof. Be It enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. All mineral or petroleum, ker osene, gasoline or benzine, or any oil fluid or substance which is a product of petro leum, or Into which petroleum or any prod uct of petroleum enters or ...

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 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 15 (Published In the Advocate and News, ofil clal State paper, March 15, 1899. Senate Bill No. 245. AN ACT making an appropriation for the erection and equipment of an Insane asy lum at some place in the State of Kansas, providing a manner of locating the same, and for the purpose of securing a site, and providing tor me management mm muu U nance of the same. Be It enacted by the Legislature of the State or nansas: fwtfn 1 That th nnm of one hundred thousand dollars be, and the same Is, hereby appropriated for the purpose of securing a Bite, building and equipping anasylum for the Insane of the State, fifty thousand dollars of which shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1'JUO, and fifty thousand dollars Bhall be available for the fiscal year ending June 3U, rjui, anu any uuexpuimeu balance remaining on hand of that part of the appropriation for the year ending June 30, I'M), is hereby reapproprlated for the year ending June 30, 1901. Qnntln...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AD 1WWS. 16 MARCH 11 g iceacimg xur uie luuiig ruiu&. BY MABLE DICCS. MY LOST OLD AGE. By a young invalid ju. 1 tan ' I'm only nine and twenijr. yrt, Though young, exporleu v. age, Bo bow on earth can I forget The memory of my lout old ager Of manhood 'a prime lot others boast It cornea too late or goea too soon. At timoa the Ufa I envy moat la that of slippered Pantaloon. In daya of old, a twelvemonth back, I laughed and quaffed andobaffedmyflU, And now, a broken winded hack, I'm weak and worn and faint and 111. Life's opening chapter pleased me well. Too hurriedly I tamed the page. I spoiled the volume. Who oan tell What might have been my lost old agar I lived my Jlfo, I hnd my day, And now 1 feel it more and more The game I have no strength to play Hcemi better than it s'Himcd of yore. I watuh the sport with earnest eyes That gleam with Joy before it ends, For plainly I can hear the criea That hail the triumph of my frlonda. We work so hard, we age so soon, We l...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 March 1899

1S99 17 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. fftQP FOR 3 THE WOMEN OF A THE FAMILY 1 11 NEW ENULAND. Wherever thought is deep and strong, Wherever conscience fights with wrong, Wherever manhood darea to die And womanhood ia pure and high, On mountain pouk or plain or sea, The soul's one cry must ever be, Thank God for old New England! The warrior's sword and poet's pen Are thine to wield, but only when The cause of right demands the blow, When thou wouldst lay proud error low. Then only does thy face of love Grow dark with sternness from above, Oh, grandly great New England I For those enslaved in life, in thought, Thy blood, thy tongue, hath freedom bought. The arm of justice in its mlgnt, The thrilling voice of truth and right, The patriot ardor, glowing warm With courage calm in battle etorm, Are in thy name, New England 1 L. W. Smith. Flowers. With the first sweet breath of spring and the tiny hint of green things comes the desire to get ready for our summer flowers. If one has only the least...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 15, INSURANCE STATEMENTS. GERMAN INSURANCE CO. of Frceport, 111. Risks written during year M--W1.?'M-$I Premium received thereon I,5J.2,lS,S Lomm incurred ,Hy, m Dividends paid In 1838 Sm'u Gross assets ;:-v;".v ?'2u3Ir$t Liabilities (except capital Block) J.fj.-" Income i'msmb'Si Expenditures Total premiums received In 1898, 1.299,0.56 W. B. HENRY, State Agent, Topeka, Kail. THE PHOENIX INSURANCE CO. of Hartford, Conn. Risks written during year 1893.. $303,119,077.00 Premiums received thereon 1,099,117.49 Losses Incurred 1,678,792.00 Dividends paid In 1838 , 2W,(M0.00 Grows assets S-5U'i!!Hi Liabilities (except capital stock) 2.J27.649.83 Income !-JS5'?ll"l? Expenditures 3,099,473.67 Total premiums received In 1398. 2,713.408.00 H. M. MAG ILL, Gneral Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. FIRE ASSOCIATION of Philadelphia, Pa. Risks written during year 1898..$2!)6,689,28.00 Premiums received thereon 3,363,694.04 Losses incurred 1,691,997.43 Dividends paid in 1898 200,...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 March 1899

10 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. INSURANCE STATEMENTS. PALATINE INSURANCE CO., Ltd. ol Manchester, Eng. Risks written during year, 1898 ?261,7W.37.00 Premiums received thereon, 2.583.698.33 Losses Incurred 1,246,129.26 Gross assets 2,593,683.89 Liabilities, (except capital Btock) 1.643,295.82 Income 2.036.999.82 Expenditures ,i 2,294,889.05 Total premiums received in -M(tBJlaj 1898 2,616,544.94 B. F. CRISWEL. Special Agent, Topeka, Kansas. U. S. BRANCH SUN INSURANCE OFFICE, of London, England. Risks written during year 1898 $223,051,762.00 Premiums received thereon 1,646,532.54 Losses Incurred 951,810.39 Gross assets 2,069,758.83 Liabilities, except capital stock) 1,594,122.14 Income 1,660,808.71 Expenditures .... 1,676,695.36 Total premiums received In 1898 1.546,332.54 D. W. ANDREWS, State Agent, St Louis, Mo. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO., of Hartford, Conn. Risks written during year 1898 J501.248.819.00 Premiums received thereon 4,799,621.33 Losses incurred 2,151,623.42 Dividends paid...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 March 1899

MARCH 15, 18DD. 20 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. (Published In the Advocate and News, ofll clal State paper, March 15, 181)9.) Senate Bill No. 211. AN ACT making appropriations for defi ciencies In appropriations for the pay ment of certain state and Judicial officers and employes for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1SS8. and June 30, 1899. Be It enacted by the Legislature df the State of Kansas: Boctlon 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 deficiencies in appropriations for the payment of certain state and Judi cial officers and employes of the State of Kansas, for the fiscal years ending June 80. 1808, and June 30, 1893: Governor's department: 1899. Private Secretary t I Stenographer 30() 300 Typewriter and messenger ... 300 300 Adjutant General's Department: Adjutant General 100 100 Berotary of State's Department: Assistant Secretary 2C0 250 Chief Clerk 200 ...

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. — 22 March 1899

mmMme a WWW...'"-' i " W l.-'K., 'Z'0 .?J'i ! ' .' .,V". ' ? "-v.'' . vi. . i' f zxtxz&zz&&z z. 1 Devoted to the Bar Interests of (he Home the 5hop and the Eton Eleventh Year, No. 12. OFFICIAL STATE ! TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 22, 1899. cg EVF.ItY WRDNFSDAT. PIUCK 11VU! CJCIMTS. 1 Why Not Get Some Satisfaction Out of It? f We Have an Almost Useless and Extremely Expensive Legislature on Our Hands Every Two Years-Why Not Renovate It Into Something to Be Proud Of? There Is a way to do It direct legislation and here Is the testimony of a few eminent men who have studied this perplexing question and believe that the people know how to govern themselves. ' , 1 ELTWEED POMEROY. We have just gotten through with the Leg Ulature or, rather, the Legislature has Just gotten through with us. It has been perhaps a 3..- ,'; j little worse than lo usual result. A great deal of I i petty local Busi ness has been transacted, but the only thing of State Importance ,, ', J outside or routine a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 3 MARCH 22, PUBLIC OPINION Barber County Index: Women may be ttifl weaker sex, but men are the most often broke. Belleville Freeman: The dispatches announce the formation of an extract trust That la the kind we thought they all were. Fort Scott Monitor: Kansas 13 first In line with missionaries for the Philip pines. If they preach as well as the Kan sas soldier fought the natives will soon be converted. Cherokee County Republican: You have doubtless noticed that the more a gas jet blows the less light It gives, and perhaps you have also noticed that Borne men are just like gas jets. (Labette County Times - Statesman: Farmers do not want clas3 legislation. They do not need it Neither do they want others to have It. All they want Is a clear field and a fair show. Parsons Palladium:. If United States Senators were elected by the people there would be no deadlocked Legislatures and money of the 'people frittered away in prolonged and extra sessions. Kensington Mir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

3 1899. TIIE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. SOMG NEWS NOTES FOR BUSY FAR1ERS. A farmer In Indiana has a brood' bow that has raised slxty-elx pigs In the last three years, and every one of them grew to maturity. A new planet has been discovered by astronomers and named iros. n is con sidered remarkable in that It approaches the earth nearer than any of the other planets. The Sultan of Turkey must be prepar Ing for a raid in some direction. He has recently purchased 45,000 cavairy norses from M. Boodarewsky, the great horse breeder of Russia. Ia 1880 there were no electric street cars and there were only 2,000 miles of Btreet car lines, employing about 10,000 men. Now there are over 13,000 miles of electric car lines, giving employment to 160,000 men. An English syndicate has recently pur " chased in Kentucky 10,000 acres of timber land for $61,500. It is said to be one of the finest tracts of timber land in that State and has 40,000 white oak and poplar trees growing thereon. An Immense ship-bui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AM) NEWS. 4 MARCH 22, Supremo Court Syllabi (Publlahed March 22, 1839.) 10006. . Howard Grimes, et al. VB. t Norman Barratt, et al. Error from Atchison County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Doster, C. J An appeal will not lie from an order of the Probate court appointing an adminis trator of the estate or a deceased person. All the Justices concurring. A true copy. Attest: ftiwtl.l JNO. MARTIN, Clerk Supreme Court. No. 10985. The John 8. Brlttaln Dry Goods Company, VB. Elanchard, Shelly & Rogers. Error from Decatur County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Doster, C. J. 1. F. arranged with B. 8. and R. for a loan of money to enable him to purchase a herd of cattle, agreeing to execute a bill of sale of them when purchased to V, and that V should In turn execute notes and mortgage upon them to secure the money, and representing that he did not wish to execute the securities In his own name, be cause to do bo might affect the credit of a bank of which he was presi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1833. 5 Witness my hand and the Real of the Su preme Court, this 20th day or March, 1RS9. Attest: JNO. MARTIN, Seal. . Clerk Supreme Court. (Published March 22, 1899.) Appellate Court Syllabi. Southern Department Em ern IvUlou. Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 356. J. II. Bartles, plaintiff In error, vs. Thomas G. Ayres, defendant In error. Error from Montgomery County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Per Curiam. We haw carefully gone over the testi mony and find that the material findings of the referee are supported by some evidence. 1 here is no error In the record sufficient to lequire a reversal. The judgment of the District Court Is affirmed. All the Judges concurring. A true copy. Attest: W. O. CHAMPE. Seal. Clerk. By E, L EATON. Deputy. Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 363. Charles Campbell, plaintiff In error, vs. II. C. Reese, defendant In error. Error from Linn County. AFFIRME...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 MARCH 22, ( to n 11 Notes 1 From Actual Experience. "Agriculture ii th. Most Honllhful, Host Useful, ind Most Nobis Emptoynunt ol Kan." $ uoorge Wellington. "7 FcMxIlnir for Meats. Reducing grass and grain to meat and then marketing the product In the con denscd form Is a great saving la hauling the products to market. In the condensed forms of meat the farmers get a higher price for the crops which they raise, and hence they are doubly gainers by selling In the form of meat rather than as grain and hay. It takes from six to eight tona . of feed to make one ton of meat, and one ton of meat la taken to market about as easily as a ton of grain, and the meat generally brings ten or twelve times as much per pound as the gram, ana tne farmer has also a profit from the plant food which he get3 from the fertilizers produced by feeding the grain and hay on the farm. Fetullng Plants. Plants are living things. They eat, drink and breathe. They must have food, molnture...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1839. 7 RAMBOUILLET BLOOD. The domcotlo sheep now in the Unit ed States are mainly descendants of the flocka introduced by Spanish and Eng lish colonists. Hence the so called "na tive" sheep of all the New England states as well as of Virginia, the Caro linas and in fact of the entire 13 origi nal colonies had for their progenitors the Downs, Leicesters and other English races of ehoep. Tho English colonists brought their own sheep with them, and the Spanish bronght theirs. The Spanish sheep imported by Christopher Columbns himself at the isthmus of Panama and byothor conqmstadores in Mexico and elsewhere have formed the basis of the flocks throughout the west ern section of the United States. The essential difference between the Spanish and English sheep may be summarized in a single sentence namely, the sheep of Spanish origin can live together in large numbers with a minimum of care, while the English sheep will perish if housed together in considerable num...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

MARCH 22, 8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS FOR HI HOME SHOP AW Mi OFFICIAL PAPER OF TIIE STATU OF KANSAS. Ptiillaied Every Wedaeidaj.atTopckj.Kmai. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors ahd Pbopbiitorb. Bubacrlptlon Ratast-Otw copy on year by mail, tl. In clubi of Un or more, by mail, one year, 75 cent each. 27i advrrtUino rait oj The Advocate and Newt are low. FMnutf' will be maiU ana prvet fur nUh&l on avvlU'dtUm. No extra charye fitrcuU, etc. The vu.hUhr,r reserve the riyifc to reject any objectionMe adneitMna. The readert of thU paper may consider anu adoertUemtnt which ap veart herein cut reprctenllna a firm whoie reliabil ity can be vouchal for by the puMUiher. 'he Advocate w established in M89. mi va contolUtaled with The Kama Mw in im. 1 he Advocate and Newt U the official State paper, and hat a laraer circulation than any other Kama weekly which reeeivte advertisement. For information rennrdina milmriptUm and advertising ratal, aildrm cacti THE AUVUUllt Mil ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. (PubllBhed In the Advocate and News, offi cial State paper, March 22, 1899.) Senate Bill No. 34. AN ACT To authorize the trustee, clerk and treasurer of Kaw township, Jefferson Co. Kans., to levy a sufficient tax tor the purpose of building a wagon road bridge to cross the Kaw river, In said township, with necessary approaches thereto. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. That the trustee, clerk, and treasurer of Kaw township, Jelterson Ccunty, Kansas, aro hereby authorized and empowered to levy a suiliclent tax on the real estate and personal property of said township, to raise a fund not to exceed the aggregate sum of $4,500. for the purpose of constructing a wagon road bridge and the ntcessary approaches thereto, across the Kaw river, in said township. Section 2. That whenever there is pre sented to the Hoard of County Commission ers, a petition for an election by two-fifths of the resident tax payers of said town ship, the bo...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 10 MARCH 22, I FOE HER HAMS SAKE. $ BY HOWARD flARCUS STRONG. CopyrMited, 1899, by the Author. The Cessitts settled at Copper Kock about the beginning of the second year of the town's existence. Within six months old man CeHsitt died by the offi cial hemp, Bob quit the county by re quest, and Sophronia experienced a change of heart The old woman, car ing nothing for publicity, became a re cluse and gave her undivided attention to the liquid oblivion which lurked within a certain brown jug. According to the superintendent of the mines, the CeRsitts were about the worst gang that had been attracted by the sudden outcropping of gold at Cop per Rock. He expressed himself as be ing thankful, however, that the worst was soon over, by which he delicately alluded to the passing of the old man and Bub. Sophronia's change of heart had oc curred immediately ofver the advent of the young Methodist ethortcr. Unfor tunately there was a reaction as soon as she discovered tha...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

U 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1 NEW FEE AND SALARY LAW. (Published In the Advocate and News, offi cial State paper, March 22, 1899.) House Bill No. 667. AN ACT to amend Sections 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 12, 13, 14, 17. 18, 19, 20 and 22 of chapter 131 of the Session Laws of 1897. entitled, "An act fixing the fees and salaries of cer tain officers and persona therein named. Ba It enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas; Section L That sections 2,4, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10. 12, 13, 14, 16. 17, IS. 19, 20 and 22 of chapter l.U of the Session Laws of 181)7. entitled "An acc fixing the fees and salaries of certain officers and persons therein named," be, and the same are hereby amended bo as to read as follows: Section 2. The County Treasurer of the several counties of the State shall be al lowed by the Board of County Commission ers of their respective counties, as full com pensation for their services for the county, the following salaries, to be paid out of the county treasury in quart...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 12 MARCH 22, illed other than papers for record, five cent; for copy ot deed or other Instrument recorded, per folio, 10 cents; for recording town plata, one hundred lota or lens, two dollars; each additional ono hundred lots, one dollar; for certificate and seal other than Instruments for record, twenty-flve cents; for Ming, entering and releasing chattel mortgage, bill of sale or conditional sale, contract or note, twenty-flve cents; for renewing same twenty-tlve cents; for recording any release or asHlgnment of real fHtate mortgage whether the same Is en dorsed on the original Instrument or en tered on the margin of the record, twenty flvo cents; for the first folio and 10 cents for each additional folio; Provided, that all the fees enumerated In this section shall be duo and payable before the Register of Deeds shall be required to do the work: Provided further, that the Register of Deeds in counties having the following poulatlon may retain all fees colle...

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