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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 March 1899

13 1S33- THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 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 tn the state treasury, and for the regulation of the receipts and inspection of said 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 nuld or substance which Is a product of petro leum, or into which petroleum or any prod uct of petroleum enters or is found as a constituent element, whether manufactured In the state or not, shall be inspected as provided In this act before being offered for sale, or used for consumption for Illu minating or heating or power purposes in this state. Section 2. The governor shall, on or be fore the first day of April, 1899, and every two years thereafter, appoint a suitable person, who Is a resident of this state, an...

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 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 22, 9 .1 Reading for the Young Folks. BY MABLE DICCS. S THE UAIIY'8 NAMK. 'Mordaunt" aha callod him. In a novel book Elii mothor found the nam she give to him. I didn't like It, for I'd kinder took A tort of notion favor'ble to Jim. Dot whon Bbe looked np ut me from the bed. Half dead, bu3 happy, an the said, "I want That yon shall name him, after all," I said. "Why, blame it all, of course It Is Wor ds ant I" Eba know the way I felt about such name An that this waa a aaorlfloe, for aha Bad often heard me say that honeat Jamea Had just about the proper ring fer me. But, though 'twaa dhtapp'lntment, atlll I thought Bhe waa the one that had the right to ohooaa, An I there wasn't any question ought To reconcile my wlahes to her vlowa. He waa ao delicate, ao toony amall, But amartor than the cracker of a whip. I don't bellov he ever cried at all. Sometimes he'd pucker up hla little lip An look at yon until yon waa ashamed Of all the ulna you knew he knew you...

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. — 22 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. 15 J FOR Yp THE WOMEN OF t A THE FAMILY ! 1 THE PARCHMENT TEAREK3. Ours is the hardest tusk, yet not the leos Bhall we receive the blessing for our toil Prom the choice spirits of the aftertima. My soul is not a palace of the past, Where outworn creeds, like Roma'a gray en ate, quake, Hearing afar the Vandal's trumpet hoarse That shakes old systems with a thunder fit The time is ripe, and rotten ripe, for change. Then let it come. I have no dread of what Is culled for by the instinct of mankind, Nor think I that God's world will fall apart Because we tear a URfibwut more or less. Lowell Odds and End for Women. "We shut our eyes to the beginnings of evil because they are small, and in this weakness lies the germ of our misfortune." The up-to-date girl must wear a "rat" and a switch; she must pad her hips and wear a bustle. When her toilet is com plete she is one-third real and two-thirds artificial. It is almost time for the shirt-waist girl to appear aga...

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 March 1899

16 MARCH 22, 1893 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. "Theso. horseless carriages are great things." ", indeed. I had one once." "What did you do with It?" "Outgrew It." Jewish Comment. "Why Is It." they asked, "that you let your husband have his own way In every thing?" "Because," she replied. "I like to have Borne one to blame when things go wrong." Boston Journal. 6UTI!SIIE, AUSTM & WILSOJI, ATTORNEYS. Real Estate, Mortgage, Bond and Commercial litigation solicited. Boomiandn,fltormontBldg.,TflpClf 1 V 10 107 W. BUth Ave., lUlLnf Midi Watts Then you don't believe that the man who. offers the bribe Is as bad as the man who takes It? Potts Of course not. The briber has plenty of money. Indianapolis Journal. SEASONABLE SUGGESTION TAKE A TRIP TO plorid DAVID riARTIN, (Kit-Cblof Jaatloe of Kansso) ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR. Attention gl? en to builneat under tba new bankruptcy law. Hoomi 8 and 7, fourth floor, TPlSCYI VIVCIQ Central National Bank Bldg. lUfLM, aAftOAOi GEO. KLEIN & CO., MAK1R8...

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. — 29 March 1899

Devoted id me BSTlnterests brthe Home theiioHDdlhe farm I Eleventh Year, No. 13. OFFICIAL STATE FAFKK. 1 YJSAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 29, 1899. KVKKY WEDNESDAY. 1'KICB F1VK C'KMTS. Topeka's City Waterworks. Campaign on Which Will Lead to Gen eral fluniclpal Ownership in the Kansas Capital. SOME ARGUMENTS FOR IT. Topeka is just now in a municipal owner ship campaign which shows the strong growth of this sentiment of late years. There arc three candidates in the field for mayor C. J. Drew, Republican; G. C. Clemens, Populist, and Dr. A. Taylor, Dem ocrat. Each of those men has pronounced himself in favor of city ownership of the waterworks, which is the campaign issue. Mr. Clemens is of course widely known as an advocate of public utilities, and his chief opponent, Sir. Drew, was nominated by an overwhelming majority at. the Republican primaries because the voters felt sure of his professions in favor of city ownership. There is no doubt of what the people of Topeka want. The history ...

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. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 2 MARCH t'. Direct Legislation vs. Boss Rule. m - I MORE OPINIONS FROM PROMINENT PERSONS ON THE NECESSITY FOR PURER DEMOCRACY. I .if -i r' Samuel Compers, President of the Amer iriin Federation of Labor, with a member ship of more than million trade unionists: "I have full fuith in the peo ple. The safety of the future aa well an the inter ests of the pres ent can safely be entrusted in their hands. The whole are more honest, more intelligent than the few. We must soon choose whether we are to have an oli garchy or a dem ocracy. All lov ers of the human family all who earnestly strive for political leform, economic justice and social enfran chisement must range themselves on the side of organized labor in this demand for direct legislation." Hon. Marion Sutler, United States Sen ator from North Carolina: "Do I believe in direct legislation? Let the facts speak. I have been trying to pass a resolution in the United States Senate for the appointment of a special...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 3 .V.. I V'-r'-j y. ;;; "!.;") I-, ' ; ' NV ,, 1 J ' ' '.)' ' ') v' A ' '' -; ,! will only be a palliative, but it will be that and I am in favor of it" On September 6, 1894, Sir Wilfred Lau rier pledged his honor aa a man that when the Liberals came into power they would take a vote on prohibition. The liquor men then desired to compl eate the question bv having another ques tion auked concerning revenue. (In Canada the revenue on liquors is about $3,000,000, the amount consumed being about $40,000,- GOO.) Hut early in 1890 Sir Wilfred said "he deemed it wiser to separate this ques tion from all other considerations and test public feeling in the matter." On June 20, 1890, the Liberals secured power, and Sir Wilfred said on September A, ioiiowing: li is uie uuenuon oi lau Liberal party to carry out to the letter every article of its platform." The session of 181)7 was cut short on ac count of the approaching jubilee celebration in England, and no action was t...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 29, I Practical Farm From Actual Experience. $ M Agriculture Is tho Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." j () George Washington. $ Notes i () (ft (ft M Helling (iood Cow. When a farmer in offered a large price for a good cow it in often quite a temptation to sell her. But tlie fanner should eon aider thut the row is wortli just on much to him aH to the jxthou who oilers him the large price, ami that is poor policy to sell the- good cows and keep the inferior ones. Tho poor cows should he weeded out and disposed of, and the pood cows retained. In that way the herd will he getting better and better all the time instead or running down, as it must if the good cows are sold and the poor ones retained. Itlark MlnorcMH. To those who like or are satisfied with black fowls the Black Minorca oiler ninny good points as business hens. The pullets do not mature and commence laying eggs as young as sonic other breeds, but when grass and c...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 5 THIS WEEK'S MARKETS. Chicago l'roduc. Chicago, March 28. WHEAT-Unseasonably cold weather to day with prospects of it becoming general over the, entire West gave wheat a strong start. May opened c higher at 7Wl'Hi and advanced quickly to 'Vc. Outside, buy ing orders were numerous and local specu lators were Inclined to Delieve the crop damage claims, which were thicker than ever. Scattered selling at the top owing to the large Northwestern receipts and easy Continental n.arkets caused a reaction, the price slipping oft to 71ii72e. World's ship ments during the last week were moderate, amounting to only 7,120,000 bushels. Kussiun shipments continue light, a fact which al ways receives a bullish Interpretation. Chi cago received 20 car-loads, none of which graded contract. Minneapolis and Duluth got GtD cars, compared with :!2ti for the same day a year ago. as tne session auvanceu KiRTiiliLtlon Increased and the market broadened out with May wheat holding stead...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

TITE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 MARCH 29, (Published In the Advocate and News, off. clal state paper, warcn z, issj.j Senate Bill No. 441. AN ACT to enable the township of 8ala muna. in h (.'oiintv of Cherokee to re fund a certain bonded indebtedness, (for the payment of which territory In the City of Columbus In said County In "also held and bound), datea January xsi, 1000 and fallinir due January 1st, 1916. lie tt enacted by tho Legislature of the State of Kansas: Her.tinn l. That for the purpose of re funding Into bonds bearing a lower rate of lntorest Jltiu.&oo.oo or tne uonaca inueoieu tiesa of the Township of Salamanca In the County of Cherokee, known as tno vvuson bonds, dated January lHt, 1886, due Janu ary 1st, 11)16, and bearing interest at the rate or six per cent per annum wun pro vision providing the right to redeem them after ten years from their date, the said bonds having been issued under the pro visions of chapter 158 of the laws of 1883, for the payment of which bon...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 7 PROFITABLE FEEDING. Doable Price For Grata Fed to Dairy Cow. Any farmer would be glad to sell bia corn and oata at twice their market val ue, eays The National Stockman, and while this is not possible in the ordinary way of marketing it ia perfectly feasible if the grain bo fed to a good dairy cow. There are certain conditions necessary to insure this, it ia trne, bat they are not out of the reach of the farmer with small means. Warm etablea, plenty of pure water well above freezing tem perature, plenty of good wholesome food and kind treatment these are within the reach of any one who owns one or more cowb. For the first expensive barna are not necessary. Straw stuffed walla are warm and cheap. There are many wind swept cow etablea in this land with straw go ing to waste in the same yard. Build ing paper ia very cheap, bat windproof. Water from a well or epring ia a great deal better than ice water for a cow to drink. The latter chills her through and throu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 MARCH 29, THE ADVOCATE FOR m HOME AND NEWS SHOP AND FAR OFFICIAL l'AI'KK OF THE BTATK OF KANSAS. Published Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kansas. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and PROPitirrons. Sabdrrlptlon lutnn One copy one year by nail, tl. In clubt of ten or more, by mail, one year, 75 cent each. .... , . , Tlt4i adeertMng rate of The Advocate and Mw are low. tMmatcA will be made and priret fur nMied on application. No extra charge for cut, etc. The puhlinhern reserve the right to reject any objectionable admrtbina. The reader of thin paper may ot wider any adve.rtUement which ay puiri herein a representing a firm whoee reliabil ity can be voueheA for bi the pitblMirr. Tlie, Advocate wa entahlMu-H in 1HH!, and van wmolUlnJtM with The Kama New in 1M7. 3 he AdoacaU and New in the official State paper, and ha a larger circulation than any other hana weekly which receive advertisement. For information regarding mdmcriptlom and advertising rate, ntldrc H ....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1309. o (Published In the Advocate and News, offi cial state paper, March 29, 1899.) Senate Bill No. 309. AN ACT changing and establishing the K heflffi boundary line between the cities of To- KV?.? neka and Potwln Place. " 2" ll " "r n'8 ?cpuiy or Jail not lees than thirty days nor more than (tlx months. Section 4. All places used for any of the" uniawiui purposes mentioned In this act, are hereby declared to be nuisances, and BItaiee0neadnsayH-th LeS'8latUre f city bT Potwln0 PlLe.f bcX in Shawnee yliiif County, which now extends along the west ...St!1.? ortnwltn Publicly de- ' CAICIIU3 IIIOMH l"-- , . ,,i, . Mr...,, a.-.,.. ....,..., L'lftV, Clraat I 1 ' J "J oul II UHltcr, and Sixth Avenue Is hereby changed and Tne Attorney General, county attorney or said boundary line hereafter shall be the emzen 01 wie county wnere such nul- center of West Street, botween the north Miice exists or is kept and maintained, may line of Fifth Street and the north line of i'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 29, (Published March 29, 1899.) Appellate Court Syllabi. Southern Department Eastern Dlvlelon. In the. Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, fcaatern Division. No. 345. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Com paiiy, piaintiiz in error, A. Young, William J. Ayre and N. W. Wella, defendants In error, Error from Miami County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Schoonover, J L The material part of the evidence set forth. Hold, that the demurrer thereto was properly overruled. 2. Where no Instructions are asked, a failure to make them as full as the plaintiff would nxe is not ground or error. Jioyi v, Dingier, 64 Kan. m. All the Judges concurring. A true copy. Attest: W. O. CHAMPE, Seal. Clerk. By Ifl. L. Eaton, Deputy. In the Kan waa Court of Appeals, Southern Department, eastern Division . I, W. O. Champe, Clerk of the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Eastern Division, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true and correct copy o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1839. 11 ney of euch county at a lcsa sum than four hundred dollars. A true copy. Attest: LSeal. J. WESTGA.TE. Clerk. State of Kansas, bs. I, E. J. Westgate, Clerk of the Kansas Court of Appeals, in and for the Western Division of the Southern Department thereof, do hereby certify the above and foregoing to be full, true and correct copies of the syllabi In the therein entitled cases as the same remain on tile in my office. Witness my hand and the seal of said court, this 22d day or waron, a. u. rsn E. J. WESTGATE. Clerk of the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, western .Division rv T7MTrT AT. HT ATTTTlTa flP VAN BAS 1S97, compiled by Judge W. C. Webb oy autnority or ijegisiaiuro ijinto , dress Kansas Statute Co.. Topeka, Kas. (Published February 22, 1899.) Bond Redemption Notice CITY OF NORTON, KANSAS. To the holders of bonds issued by the Cltj of Norton, Kansas, to the Chicago, itan sas & Nebraska Railway Company. Pursuant to the law of the St...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 MARCH 29, (Published In the Advocate and Ne-wa, offi cial State paper, March 29, 1899.) House Bill No. 886. AN ACT to authorize the trustee, clerk and treasurer of Roasvlllo township, Shawnee county, Kansas, and the trustee, clerk and treasurer of.Maplo Hill township, Wabaunsee county, Kansas, to levy a suf llclent tax for the purpose of building a wagon-road bridge to cross the Kaw river between said townships on a public road at or near the center lino of Sec. 1, Town. 11, south, Range 12, east, In Itossville township, Shawnee county, Kansas, with necessary approaches thereto. Ho It enacted by the Lcgslaturo of the State of Kansas: Section 1. That the trustee, clerk and treasurer of Kossvllle township, Shawnee county, Kansas, and Maple Hill township, Wabaunsee county, Kansas, are hereby au thorized and empowered to levy a sultlclent tax on the real estate and personal property of Bald respective townships to raise a sum not to exceed the aggregate sum of ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1809. 13 cap shaft was not constructed according to the provisions or tins act ana witnin me time heretofore stated. Any owner, operator, agent or lessoe who falls to comply with sections one and two of this act ehall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor, and shall on conviction, be lined In a sum not less than live hundred dollars, nor more than two thousand dollars, or by Imprisonment not less than six months, nor more thun two years, or by both such tine and Imprisonment. Section 4. All acts or parts of acts in con fllt with this act are hereby repealed. Section 5. This act shall take effect and be In force from and after Its publication in the official State paper. I herobv certify that the above bill origl nated In the House, and passed that body February 28th, 1899. S. J. OSBORN, Speaker of the House CHAS. E. LOBDELL, Chief Clerk of the House, Passed the Senate March 2nd, 1899. II. E. IUCHTER. President of the Senate, J. W. MORPHY, Secretary of the Senate,...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 MARCH 29. I Reading for the Young Polks. BY MABLE DICCS. J A PIERCED HEART. BT PERLZ HALIY. William StcvcnH and Ann Rogers were great ffricndB and playmates; also lovers. Ann liked to play with William better than nho did Susan Whitney or Rebecca Paine, for he was bo nice and so good to her; brought her flowers which he had gathered hiirwlf down by a little nilvery stream not far from their home, and did many other little things for his little sweetheart. Wil liam's and Ann's parents were neighbors, hence the intimacy between their only son and daughter. Ann was a sedate little lass of 9, with mild blue eyes, rosy cheeks, and light brown hair. Her hair tried awfully hard to curl, but her mother brushed it tightly back, braiding it in two long braids and tied with bits of black ribbon. Ann's clothes were homespun, but always spotlessly clean. Her white kerchief, which formed an important part of her toilette, wa- of coarse linen; also her little cuffs; but t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1839. II 16 fCf FOR THE WOMEN X OF THE FAMILY 1 'I KASTEK MORNING. 'Twas Easter morning, bo fair and bright; me cnurcn was decked in lilies white, And all seemed full of peace and rest Rest, on this day of all days the best. The earnest faces and reverent hush Told of hearts full of thankfulness; And many forgot both sorrow and care As they bowed their heads in grateful prayer. The tones of the organ rose soft and clear. And hung In the air as if In fear To break this stillness so full of meaning That euch soul seemed Bunk in dreaming. Then from the loft a rich voice thrilled, And with its music the vast church tilled; It rose and sunk in sweet, low measures, Or sparkled forth its heavenly treasures. Christ Is risen! Christ Is risen! Hehold your Lord in glory clothed. Christ Is ri.sen! Chri3t is risen! Come, and In His love be robed. Two Kinds of Housekeeping. "Why, my dear, how tired and worn you look; have you been ill?" This from a bright, fresh little woma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. id MARCH 29, 1899. "That gloomy Mr. 8lmpflon acted real cheerful last night." "Did you like him?" , , , "No; ho looked bo unnatural and silly that I wai glad when he got gloomy again. Detroit Free Press. "Do you think plagiarism Ih unforgiva ble?" nuked the young woman. "By no means, nnHwrred the man who poses us a severe critic. "I only wish Home of our modern wrlterB would do more of It "Washington Star. A Considerate Hunband. Mrs. Kapen Charles Is always very kind I can't com plain of his treatment of me; but 1 wish he wasn't so clone with his money. He never allows me to handle any of It. Mrs. Jorge I have heard him say there ore some things a man should keep from his wife. Boston Transcript. SEASONABLE SUGGESTION TAKE A TRIP TO IP1 OR THE ll Coast lorida GUTHRIE, AUSTIH & VILSOIi, ATTORNEYS. Heal Estate, Mortgage, Bond and Commercial litigation solicited. Boons 9ndll,BiormontBldtf.,TflriCI VAC 107 W. 8lxth Ave.. IUi LiM IVnOi DAVID MARTIN, (Hx-Chlef J...

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