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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

13 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. j-M I M 1 1 "H t .Infill titn I I J 4 1 t I I t, ti.l, t.i The Corporations Against the People. By B. O. FLOWER. Reprinted by special permission from the February Arena. Copyright 181)8 by the Arena Publishing Co. ,H..H-I"M. 1 1 -H-l -I "I- l -l-I-I-I-I-M-I- l -I-l-l-I-I-M-1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1'l'M-W It ia of vital Importance that the friends of popular government should grasp In a broad way the great basic Issues Involved in the titanic struggle of the present a struggle upon which depends an Issue no less momentous than the very exiatenco of popular government. The conflict which la pending ia between corporate power in the hands of a few on the one side and public interests and the people's rights on the other. Any narrowing of this Issue, or any attempt to elevate one of the many evil consequences tlowlng from it bo as to make a paramount issue of that which is par tial, or only a single stem from the giant stalk, ia a serious blunder which can serve...

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. — 9 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 0, THE WAGE-EARNER. . Sheriff Martin On Trial. The trial of Sheriff Martin and his seventy-eight deputies for the Iatlmer mas sacre began at Wllkewliarre, Pa., last week. The testimony of the witnesses examined showed that the strikers were un armed and peaceable and that the shooting down of the men was entirely uu provoked and brutal In the extreme. Politics in State Printing Office. Tho practice of making politico out of the positions In the composing room of the State printing office will cease, at K'ftet openly, In future. Tom Hills, who came Into the Hhop while Major Hudson was State Printer, was discharged lat work hy State Printer Parks, lillls claims that thin was doim for MliUral rwifons. Parks frankly admits this, but claims that he had a right to do bo, because Ellis was given the position, by Hudson simply because he has always been a strong Republican. The Typo graphical Union considered the matter at' Its regular meeting Sundey, and pAf...

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. — 9 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1833. www ..t..t..t-t,.t 1 tt-.IL 4.4-H 1 III I H U 1 Mill MM IH-I- Attorney General Boyle to the Miners. J iw444M-M4-HHM"M"M rHH-i 1-M-M-l 1 M M M M'M'lr Attorney GeneraJ Boyle was la Fort Scott last week when the letter of Local Assembly No. 1628 of Weir City was received. He was wired for a statement and telegraphed a reply. It was received Tuesday morning after the last forms were on the press, end therefore was too late for puWlcatlon. It la Just as good reading this week, however, and is given below: The decision of Judge Simons, upholding the constitutionality of the screen and scrip legislation was a great victory for the miners of Kansas. The op aratora have appealed the cases to the Court of Appeals, where they will be tried early next month. We feel perfectly confident that the Court of Ap peals will take the same view of the laws that Judge Simons did. Justice, fair dealing and every principle of law andequlty are with the miners in the con trovers...

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. — 9 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18 FEBRUARY 9, Correspondence. President Eipley and Qovernment Owner ship. Editor Advocate and News: President Itlpley seems to have overlooked many Items that could and would be saved by government ownership and applied directly to the reduction of freight and passenger trattlo. 1. The excessive charges now paid on postal cars and malls by weight about sixty-four times tlmeB as much as Is paid by express companies, 2. Exorbitant salaries to Presidents, Vice Presidents, Director, etc. Certainly they ought not to receive more than a cabinet member, 3. The salaries of attorneys, lobbyists, and expenses of procured legislation, and this would eliminate much legislative cor ruption, , . 4. The cost of the competitive struggle for trade. The army of traveling passenger and freight agents could be dispensed with and commerce allowed to follow natural channels. This would prevent discrimina tions which now ruin many a producer or shipper, and discontinue the treacher...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

17 1833. THE-ADVOCATE AND NEWS. C Publlsned February 9, 1898.) Appellate Court Syllabi. Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 2C7. Eont Ilolloway, Bert Miller and Willis White, by their next friend, Thomas White, plaintiff In error, vs. John W. Mcintosh, defendant in error. Error from Shawnee County District Court. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. McElroy, J. The failure of a court having Jurisdic tion of the person of a minor, to appoint a guardian for the suit does net render the proceedings and judgment vt d. or af ford any ground for the vacati-.s thereof or for an Injunction to restra.3 its en forcement. Filed January 27, 1808. fctK! C0Py' W. H. THOMPSON. ISeal. Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 2C6. Bent Ilolloway, Bert Miller and Willis White, plaintiffs in error, vs. John W. Mcintosh, defendant In error. Error from Shawnee County Circuit Court. AFFIRMED. SyllaPus. Mahan, P. J. Plaintiffs In error appeared in the cas...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 FEBttUAttV 9, ' 4 IPubllshed February 0, 1898. Supremo Court Syllabi. No. 10193. ,., Cornelia W. Matthewson vs. Clinton It. Caldwell, assignee of Angell Matthewson und F. II. Snyder. Error from Labette County. REVERSED. Syllabus. By the Court. Doster, C. J. I; Where the Isfiue between the assignee of an Insolvent partnership and a person claiming some of Its securities as collat eral to a debt was whether the partners had In good faith deposited the securities for the benefit of the creditor In a bank vault to which they had access, and the burden of proof of such Issue was upon the assignee, It was error to allow him to prove In the making of his case In chief that some of the partners had handled and treated the securities as still belonging to the firm, without also proving knowledge of such acts by the creditor and lack of dissent by hlrn, such evidence not having been drawn out on cross examination of the partner nor offered In Impeachment of his testi...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

10 1893. YOU GET $2 WORTH I $1. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. BIGGEST, BRIGHTEST, BEST" S KANSAS WEEKLIES, g THEJiCZD tOPEKA. Not a rehash of any daily; unlike any other Kansas paper; twenty pages every week of interest to the work ers of the State; a progressive, fearless newspaper, pub lishing only the best in news, politics, agriculture and literature; devoted to the best interests of the Home, the Shop and the Farm. A $2 paper for $1 a year. The Advocate and News is the successor and continu ation of the Topeka Advocate. Ex-Senator Peffer is a member of its staff, furnishing a page of "Current Dis cussion" each week. Its Practical Farm Notes are alone worth the price of the paper. It is the only paper in Kansas that has a special department devoted to the in terests of the wage-earner. It is a valiant defender of reform. Its illustrations are of a quality equal to those of any large daily, and its cartoons are strong and timely. If you want to keep up with the times, be in the van guar...

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. — 9 February 1898

so THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 9, 1898. Cloven, Timothy, Millet, TRUMBULL SEED CO., 1428 ST. LOUIS AVE., KAIiSAS CITY, MISSOURI. MILLET CANI CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS 8ESDS. fcyh SOT ltCd-2 Vahm Annie, KANSAS CITY. MO. FLOWED SEEDS. Catalogue for 1808 Free. -O '1 ds. r5 pp pa 3 LmXJ .' PI 0E9EY I muHt have. To get It, I offer you a few boars, fifty bred gilts, twenty-two bred sown, 125 fall pitta, all pure-tired, both Polands and Berkshire. I have too many and will price anything you want ho low you will uy tliem. 1 guarantee satisfaction. 0. P. UPDE6RAFF, NORTH TOPEKA, KAS. IN THE Fertile Kaw Valley. A truck farm for sale. Twenty-t wo acres Just out side the city limit of Topeka. Will be iold In f re acre lot If desUed. Kor particular address "VIRGINIA." 323 W. Tenth Ave., Tope k a, Has. STRICTLY HIGH-GRADE WORK. Topcka Steam Laundry. Thcni 123. - 625 Jackson St. EftD QAI F Choice Northern ru" "LL Grown and KawVseeydEarly POTATOES THE FOLLOWING VARIETIES: Northern-Krown Ked Klvor V...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 February 1898

1 1 ) Devoted id the best interests or the Home, the 5hop dnd theirm Tenth Year. No. 7. OFFICIAL STATK 1'AtEK. l VEAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 16, 1808. nca EVKKY WKOHE8TMY. TWO CENI3 A tOFV. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? McNall Wants to Know What Insurance Companies Pay for Votes in Kansas. Webb McNall Is determined to ascer tain how much money the, Insurance companies spent in Kansas to Influence legislation. In preparing the questions to be answered In the 1898 report, this one will be Incorporated in the list: "What amount has been appropriated during the past year to influence leg islation in this State?" A Baltimore man who knows consider able about Insurance companies and their methods furnished this Idea. In a letter which commends the Kansas ijir surance department for its great work, he says: "If truthful statements are given," said the author of the letter, who is ap parently fully acquainted with the in surance business, "you will find inter esting material for further inquiri...

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. — 16 February 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 16, itnti.tiifotiitut ifi T jt..f ' ' - ' t i ?... .i..t.,t..t. t t t. . t.t. :: The Proposed Railroad Rate The letter sent to the members of the Legislature by Governor Leedy with the proposed railroad bill is In full as fol lows: Dear Sir: I enclose you draft of a railroad bill which I desire to submit for your consideration. The last session of the Legislature developed the fact that the views of the members upon this question were widely diverse. Some were in favor of very stringent legisla tion, and some of no legislation upon this question. Believing that a groat ma jority of the people of the State desire that something be done along this line, this bill has been prepared, with the view of making a moderate and fair bill, without go4n to either extreme, with .the hope that lit will meet with favor wltn a majority of the members. The bill has been prepared In accordance with the results of the experience of the present Railroad Commission as e...

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. — 16 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 3 BEATS FORMER RECORDS. Exports for 1897 Better Than Any Previous Year in Our History. Washington, D. C, February 15. An important bulletin of the foreign trade In agricultural products has been pre pared by Frank II. Hltchoock, chief of the section of foreign markets, aind will soon be sent out by the Department of Agriculture. It Ehows that during the fiscal year 1897 (the United States ex ported domestic merchandise amounting in value to $1,032,007,603, thus outstrip ping all previous records In our foreign ping all previous records In the history of our foreign trade. Of the various com modities comprised in these enormous exports. 66.84 per cent., or a total value of $689,755,193, had their origin In agri culture. Only two preceding years, 1881 and 1892, each marked by abundant har vests In this country coupled with mea ger ones abroad, show larger exportation of agricultural products than la recorded for 1897. Compared with the agricultural ex ports duri...

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. — 16 February 1898

THE ADVOCA'fE AUD NEWS; 4 FEBRUARY 16, jLKftK ;IMVv c - . ( fi-Nft From Actual Experience, Growing Green Crops. The observant progressive farmer will take good care that the part of his farm which are not bringing satisfactory re sults are brought up to the highest fer tility, and one of the best "ways of ac complishing this is by green manuring. Clover is undoubtedly the best crop for plowing under, taking the country through, though rye and rape are both good. Something must be used on the worn soil even if only a small section can have attention at a time. To ne glect this work is to reduce the earning capacity of the farm. Enriching Orchards. Orchards will in time exhaust, at least partially, the fertility of the soil, and this exhaustion is especially notice able on soils which were not especially rich at the time the trees were plantod. To make young trees grow more rapidly, a fertilizer should be used containing a email per cent, of nitrogen mixed with potash and phosphates. ...

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. — 16 February 1898

'1833. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. are afterwards employed la the show dairies of the nobility. English butter la made for Immediate consumption and consumed at home. It la aalted very lightly and put up In prints by hand with a paddle. They work their butter drier and firmer but do not care bo much for granular texture as we do In thla coun try. Their pasture la very fine and their cows prlnclply Devonshire Short horns, large blocky animals of distinc tively fleshy tVDO develoned for milk. Probably what we term milking Short- norns. a good dairy cow there is worth $100, but when their usefulness for the dairy is over they boII as low as 87. The celebrated Devonshire clotted cream is made by Betting the milk In ehallow crocks and warmlnc' It until It beelns to crinkle, then it Is set aside until the cream rises. Sometimes It is warmed and set aside again. Then, the cream Is taken off for table use and eaten on bread. use It crush It fine and mix with other manures, or, if used alone, sca...

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. — 16 February 1898

6 THE ADYOCATE AND NEWS. February m, W244"lli1wIwH"lll 1 1- -h-h- i; ' CONCERNING KANSAS.' jj '.' ; , BY J. W. MORPHY. HH-W"M'i 1"! "1 1 I I I 1 I I I 1M M"M"M M.t.H-MfllillH"H"l"H' Emporia's drought is broken. Council Grove Is having trouble over its water supply, George Cannon, of Newton, will leave for Klondike in. the spring. The Lanyons will erect one of the largok smelters In the Weet at Ia 1 larpe. The Haskell institute foot ball team gave a banquet to its friends last week. Thomas M. Plerson, who 'has lived near Lawrence since 1855, died Friday evening. Two McPherson prisoners escaped from .the county Ja'll Friday night by sawing out the bars. Prof, W. D. Kuhn, of Campbell uni versity, has quit teaching and will go into the grain business. The city council of Great Bend will re fuse to flme Jolnti'sta If half tbotax payers sign a petltiDnto that effect. Dr. A. R. McLeod, coroner of Wyan dotte county, dropped dead at his home In Kansas City Saturday night. E. II. Ho&g wil...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1833. 7 - ...... t t . t .t f. ... t..t TT.,f.,tiT ('iai"i"i',i,i,,(i"v't,u,,ru,,ruu t v t i l t i rr jj GENERAL NEWS NOTES j ,Ti1fi.titiift.t-tf..ti.t.if..t,if..fi-TLff.xfj-t--Ti-t-t.itiit ..f.iTuT .f. t iti f itnTiiVf iti A I 1 ill V rrT Pittaburg, Pa:, had a $1,500,000 fire last week. j Indiana Republicans wxuut to elect ex Presldent Harrison Senator. Troops have been detailed to garrison Fort Moultrie, in Charleston harbor. Oom Paul Kreuger tea been re-leoleil Pi-cid?n't of the Soiuth African Republic. Tho sinking of a ipart of the Isthmus of Panama Is feared from continued earth quakes. Senator Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, haa announced himself as a candidate for re-election. Japan id endeavoring to raise a loan in this country of from 100,000,000 to 1 50,000,000 yen. President McKlnley wLU make a Wash ington's birthday addreas at the Univer sity of Pennsylvania. Tests of ammunition furnished to the United States army at San Frtancisco showed 50 per carat, o...

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. — 16 February 1898

8 ,THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 1(5, rfJPM LOCE5JER TO. 9flfJnW) sS COmiCHT. (8Mt ST J I UWNCCTT COMPANY CHAPTER XVI. A CiljOOMY OOODBY. At that point my importuned ceased. Apparently seeing that the gatnn was op, Mr. Camp later in tlio morning nak ed Mr. Cullcn to givo him an interview, and when ho was allowed to pass th eentry he came to the steps and suggest ed: "Perhaps we can arrange a compro raise between the Missouri Western and the Great Southern?' "We can try," Mr. Cullen assented. "Come into my car." Ho made way for Mr. Camp and was about to follow him when Madgo took hold of her fa ther's arm, and, making him stoop, whispered something to him. ' "What kind of a place?" asked Mr. Cullen, laughing. "A good one," his daughter replied. Of the interview which took place in sido 218 I can speak only at second hand, and the world knows about as well as I how the contest was compro mised by the K and A. being turned over to the Missouri Western, the terri tory in southern Cali...

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. — 16 February 1898

9 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUST INSTINCT. Fate was a cat, and Leonard Ilerrick rai a moos. Thcro had bocn some rare Bport, but Ilerrick was of the opinion that it could not last much longer. lie had ruu this way and that way, and a thousand times ho had fancied that he was going to escape. But always the velvet paws, with the long, sharp claws Fpringing out of them, had caught him just in time. So at last ho lay still, panting, not knowing which way to turn. He was in a big city, all alone. The people who rushed by him were, like the thoughts that whirled through bin brain they were shadows, and the everlast ing train of thorn had no beginning or end. Ho could not distinguish the real men and women whom ho saw from those whom he merely remembered. Now and again there appeared in the throng the faces of the dead. He did not mind those. But there were others that he shrank from. He stood with his back against the iron fence in front of Trinity church. Hcrrick's hands were in his p...

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. — 16 February 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 1C. ADVOCATE AND HE 78. OFFICIAL 8TATE PAPER. A Kama Newspaper Devoted to the Dent Inter tit$ of Ute Home, the Shop and the Fat m. PobUsJscd Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Ktaut. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EOITOHS AND I'HOPKI ETOKH. Kulmcrlptlon ltt: One copy one year by mail, $1. In rlulm of ten or more, by dm (I, one year, 75 cent each, The lulwrtMno rate of The Adrocate and Newt are low. EntUiutlre will lie iruulc and vrice fw uUhed on aypllcatUm. No extra charge for euie, etc. The publisher reserve the right to reject any objectUtnalite advert Mug. The reader of thi xi)H,r mau evwlder any adveiilHeincnt which ai- iwan herein an rrinwnUlnu a firm whoe reliabll tycm be vouchal for by the pultlUher. The Advocate wi ethMinhed in 1HW, and wa eamolidatcd with The Kantat New in t8U7. The Advocate and New i the official State yaper, and ha$ a taroe.r circulation than any other Kana weekly which receive advertinemeni. For infirrmation reganllng sulwrtptio...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 February 1898

11 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. i CURRENT DISCUSSION, jj By EX-SENATOR PEFFER. Enormous Output of Agriculture. The United States of America leads all the nations In every one of the chief Industrie. Though we are but fairly started In the export of manufactured articles they having reached about one third of the total exports, we lead In manufactures, for we supply our own wants In nearly all lines besides sending away $300,000,000 worth. And so It ia with productions of the mines, and in ternal trade. Our mines and our com merceboth are in excess of the same departments of industry In any other country. But it is in agriculture that we make our greatest and best showing. We not only feed our own vast population and waste as much as would keep 50,000,000 Chinese in full supply, but we now regu larly export from $600,000,000 to $700, 000,000 worth of farm products every year. The latest report gives the enor mous total of $1,032,007,603 in the ag gregate of our merchandise exports fo...

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. — 16 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 16, :5'l r'l PUBLIC OPINION. ' H"KhmM'! in Tonoka Journal find. prpi rod i 5U-p.): It is improlxiblo UtlltHAL. that Prudent McKlnley will be called upon to exercise the veto rower during thlH Hesslon of Congress. It saves time and trouble to allow bpcaker Reed to do the vetoing. Congressman Berry (I)ein., Ark.): Wo would better have government owner fihlp of railroads than railroad owner hlp of the governiment. Republican National Platform. 1X88: The Republican party la in favor of tne uho of both gold and silver aH money, and condemns the policy of the Demo cratic administration in Its efforts to demonetize silver. Atchison (Jlobe: YVIumi u man HpendH part of bis lime loafing In a saloon, it is vnly a question of time when he will spend all of his time loafing In the same piace. i ne roanng around a saloon 13 worse tnan the drinking. Pittsburg Dally Tribune: "The cor rupt leiier resolution la the way the gom-bug papers alluded to "resolves nassed In ...

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