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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

IMICMIOK.H' ALLIANC1-: AND Kl DUSTllIAL UNION. t p k i ci a i i i ) ii t ictrro u y. National FWmor'M Alllatnor unJ Industrial Union. PrcHloVnt-L I Pot.K Washlni.'ton, D. 0. Vice-Pres. II, U. Clovkii CumbrliljjB, Kan. Secretary J. II. Tuunkh, Washington, l. C. Treaunxr-ll. W. Hickman, l'uxlco, Mo. Lecturer -liK.x. Tkiuiki.i, Washington I). 0. KXKCUTIVK COUNCIL Three years-It, A. Pattv, Macon. MLis. Two ycars-ISAAO McChackkn, Ark. Oneyear-EVAN Jqnks, ( Dublin, Tvxa.1 "KXKL'UTIVB COMMITTKB) J. W. McCunk. Washington D.O. Alonzo Waudall, Huron, Houth Dakota. J. E.Tili.mam, Palmetto, Tenn. KANSAS STATE 0EF1CEK3 PreMl.lcnt-B. II. Clovkii Cambridge Kans. Vice-Pres.-W. II. Biddlk, Augusta, Kaus. Secretary J. B. Kurnch, Treasurer-11. Bauoiiuan, Chaplain J. I. Wkt, U'cturcr-A. E. Dichinbow, Hutchinson Kan. Burrton Kacs. ratracn Kami, ilerldeu Kans. Assistant LecL VawB, Thati! Kit, Neutral Ks. noorkcepcr-J. E. Williams, Bcntley Kans. Ass't Doonkceper-A. W. TarLOtt, Newton Ks. Kcrg't-nt-Arms- L...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

OFFICIAL. tU Blats Crop 8talLtiHank of the Na- - lionil JfanMrt AUUnM and Industrial Union,, DiiunliuOTimts: In transmitting blank ! tun for vcur Mav renorts as to u:reap;e of farm products, I feel that I iiu not too curuestly Impress' upon you u tho fraternity tho fact that hitherto i;ief ulators ami stork exchanges havo so . .nnlpulated tho reports of both Federal a il tltato agricultural statisticians an to r-ake thorn false, and Instruments nub iv'rvhmt to their own selfish gain, and lave thua been enabled to Bell and reall.o lamense profit on our crops even before planting or maturity. Uy Hiich undue advantages, millionaires havo become common, whilst tho fanners, robbed of VuoltjuHt pricti, havo grown poorer and poorer yearly, their farms becoming so heavily aiortgaged an to noon pass from their possession. Thus farm products at i'o fast becoming expropriated by the operations of speculators, and uiiIchh this tendency shall bo chocked, the next gen oration of farmers will bo a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

OFFICIAL. All jietitiona or memorials to tin United States Congrenn from Alliunoos and Union; hhould bo mailed direct to our National Secretary, J. H. Turner, No. Ml Ninth html, WaHhington, 1). C. This it) important for the following rcn hoiih: 1. That thin urtico may liavo a record of all Hiich petitimiH, their Huhjcct-mattcr, thu number ami residence of mich jK-ti-tionerrt, etc. 2. Our National Legislative Committee, C. W. Macuno ami A. Wardull, aprMiintcd at St. Lou in, ami wIioho duty It In to look after all matter presented by our order of a legislative character, will thus be enabled to tako cognizance of and give personal attention to the wishes of the brethren tliun presented. The bill emlsKiying all the OHnentlal features of tho ub treasury plan an adopted by the St. Louia meeting, and which lias Wn introduced into both Houses of Congress, Is now being mailed as rapidly as poHHiblo to tho Secretaries of all tho Alliances and Unions through out the country, together with oth...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

All V i I in. a,. I. '. ... 'J Cor. U;h .Bain C'l i Ksiiui City, Ma, ..l4 .t I m ru4 Jlf H,'J. 'ill J O.imrnntoUl liruirbM. 'tiimigrlif. 1 1 Uxfirn I.mu,y, Irwlruf , latin bl it ifn. lnr ijik-I Ailrtlit"- Nil V i uuuuyii f r. 1.47 i iur w ur wr COSE LAWN FRUIT FARO. CtrvibrTtf CRAPE VINES. Allklml :.. .i .1 L.tl J of sihall fruit plants t Very Low IVcos. ftperlul rates to Farmers Clubs. Write for DfMorlpUvet l'rlra IMnt. BIX ON & SON, Jacknon County, NKTAWAKA, PATENTS. TRADIC MAUKS. COPYRIGHT;) and all kAm mutter in rolation thereto promptly atUiulcd to Ly James U. Young, attorney fit 1 i'V, notary public rind patent solicitor, rooms C2, (3 and 01 Hall building, linn an it i "Hodation attorney in Washington, if you jM tired eleswhore. call and nee- how nmy it in to got a patent when you Btart right. I 'rlc for patents $X)r including preliminary x iraijiationa and drawing. Karma City, Mo. imeuUAINTID WITH TM 00IMIHV Ot IMS COUUVSV Will ' OnTAlN NUOM INFORMATION f NOW ITUDV Of TMH...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

"1 .,- V ' I. ' "Of r s I www -c VOL. I. NO. 32. TOPE K A, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1890. 10 PAdES. KA125AS SENATOHtALELECTIOTI OF 1891. Ought John J. IngalW to Have Fourth Elootlon? On Whom has ho any Just Claims? A Partial Review of his Publio Life. Let the People Impartially Ex amine his Record! Kansas la In Ita thirtieth year of atato- hooil, and during thia period of time, ccr thlcatea of election to tho position of members of tho United States senate, have been furnlHhed to James II. Lano, yamuel C. Pomoroy, Edmund G. IIobh, Alexander Culdwell, John J. Ingalla, Jamca M. Harvey uud Preston U. Plumb. Senator Lnne,s years of triumph wero 1801 and 18G5; Senator Pomcroy'a, 1SC1 and 18G7. Senator Rob enterod the sen ato in 18CC, an an appDintro of Governor Samuel J. Crawford, to till tho vacancy cauHed by tho "taking off" of Senator Lane, and the legislature of 1807, electod him for tho remainder of the Lane term, which expired on March 3, 1871. Bona tor Caldwell succoodod Sennto...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

CORRESPONDENCE. Will not Pay. ElMTOK ADVOCATE. With regard to tho article In your pa jicr of January Gth I would Bay, by a majority vote of tho members prcaont at our mooting to-night, (March 21) decided that wo ennnot ralno corn for less than twenty-live cents per bushel. J. F. Uksse, Hoc'y F. A., No. 550, Lyndon, Kb. Very Popular. Enmm Advocate. Your paper in becoming very popular in thin Hoctlon of tho country and I ven ture tho assertion that in one year from now it will bo found In almoHt every farm hoiiHo in tho country, Plenso forward your inicr promptly and oblige A. IJ. Ci'LMiM Ac., of Solomon Baplds. Sub alliance. For tho Otis Schedul. Nanta Fk, Kan., March 15, 1800. To Tun Advocate: -Tho following resolution wan adopted by the local alli ance, March ftth, and a copy ordered Bent to tho Advocate: JtcHolccrf, That wo (indorse tho recom mendation of John (I. Otis, published lu the Advocate of Feb. 13, to aid farmers In (tthifjr a bettor price for their pro duce. Yours fruter...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

TJ-XI3 AaDVoa-A.T:&. 3 among all, savo those who belong to tho associations. Wan this Indebtedness nnl Impoverishment brought on by tho com petition among tho masses or by tho ex tortion of tho associations? What tho advocates . of coinpetltloi tlalm la thin: Had there never boon such a thing as a monojoly of tho destruction of coinpetl tioa In any part of tho Held of Industry, there would never have boon a long prae ticod ono-bldod fixing of prices. On th contrary, all would have fared aliko in regard to profit sharing and tho proscn unequal distribution of wealth wouh havo been an abuse unknown. No would tho present Inequality of profit Hharlog continue, they say, wero the monopolies ubollHhed and competition mado common betwixt all. Tldu.thev Hiiv. 1m tho nrocess that would F J A tako place an noon as it wan mado Import Biblo for men to combine and crunli ou competitors:--The people would begin to desert tho poorer paying inryultn for tho better paying pursuits (Iohhcii tho c...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

THI3 jTx.TVOaSjJTJX fNTllinUTOItSDKrAnTMKNT. Lav, KaiiHiw, March 21, 18.X). Editoi Advocatj::I soo by your pa per thero In some stir alxjut political affairs, and It in all well and rightly meant, but each seems to have Borne plan of hia own. I urn Hick enough of what wo have got to accept ahnoitt any thing. Hut very little can bo accomplish oil by the mulitude, but by the few, al moHt anything, as ban been shown by tho paHt. Let us wait until after tho meeting of tho county presidents, called for March 2T, by our worthy and trusted ProHldcut, H. II. ('lover, and seo if there in not something done, or Home action taken. Wo all boo bo much, and are all bo anxious for tho welfare of tho alliance, that wo each think our plan the bent If every voter will stop to do bin own think ing, the battle id won. Tho American people have not fitoppod to think for years, and never would bavo stopped if tho money had not boon taken awuy from them. Tho old saying (roach a man's heart through his jioc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

declaration, have we not accomplished a great work and are we not ready to ad vance. Let us steady tho car of public scutl mcnt by holding a very taut rein lent poradventur there bo an open switch which runa bo near parallel with the main track that be fore we know or roalio the fact, w have entirely lont bight of the main object for which we now ho earnebt ly hope. In view of these facts not being im possible wo desire to nay that In our opinion It would b well to place a dinger algnal nt every turn In tho road where there Is any question ns to perfect safety, thereby giveing time to slow up until thin point lfl past' 1 am glad to note the fact that wo have Very recently passed a Very critical point, but found on either side then slgrtnl or nftf guard willing to sacrifice personal preferences to boo us Hafoly o'er. Let us take a friendly hand-shako and onco brcatho a full breath. For we're a band of union brother Working for the right, Unity shull bo our motto Turin thin In might. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

G TI-XJ3 wAJ3"VOO-A-T,23- THE ADVOCATE. OnicikXj rirxit or tfir KAr49 Ktat FARMUKU' ALLIANCE A9D INDUSTRIAL UN ION. Published Kvcry Wednesday l7 the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. McLam.in, resident, Nolo J. 1. Limkiiuiinku, Huh. Manager, V ... W. T. JinowN, ttnc'y Treasurer, 1 r"I)r H.McLALI.in ! YAmn Mr. ANNIK I VVMH j TOPEKA, - KANSAS. (Entered as second class matter in the Pout Ulllce Bt JopeKA, ivanmin.j TKKMM OF SUHHCKIPTION Ouo Copy One Year H Twelve copied ono year 110.00 Clubs of Twenty copies or over f.M each. Adcrtllna; Kates. Display Matter, 10 cents per lino, Agate meas urement (14 lins to the inch) Heading Noticed, ao cents per lino. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topeka Kansas. IMPORTANT. Wo havo concluded n contract with V. S. Morgan, author of "Tho Wheel nnd Allianco and the Impending Rov olution," for a soriosof articles "to treat of the economic ("mentions of tlio day as thoy rolato to tho interests of tho farmer and laborer, and from a prac...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

7 cant to bo appreciably felt by tho people. Further than this, wo do not regard tariff as tho principal evil with which wo uro nfllictod, and wo depre cate tho attempt to smother all other questions by covering them up wu thin tariff rubbish. Tho claim that tho opening of Oklahoma is solely duo to democratic agency in likewise a littlo questionable. Tho Timet forgets that tho same re publican Senato that utood between tho democratic executive and House of Representatives had tho power to defeat Oklahoma legislation as well as any othor, and that Oklahoma could not havoboen opened without tho con sent of this Senate. Tho same thing may bo Raid with regard to the rail road legislation and other questions referred to in this criticism. Tho Timet further says: lit fact, tho very origin ami substance of demo cratic doctrine Is In tho rights of frii iiu-rs ami la boron. J kit Kit son's theory of government was founded upon that Men. lie believed that agriculture was tho ground-work of ou...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

8 W. A. Nelson writer tliitt Brother B. II. Clover i wanted to attend a county mooting at Wellington on the 28. John Oaleii writes that Brothar B. H. Clover in wanted at the county mim mooting to bo hold fit OslwrQe on tho 2H and Z) of March. ' E. II. Uhecian, of Simpson Ksnaas, (secretary of Fidelity Union No. C-18, writes: Wo unanimously adopted tho Suit Creek Allianco resolutions rm pub lished in Tiik Advocate of March 20. Jam. h. Hoot, secretary of Ellsworth county Farmers' Alliimco and Indua trinl Union, writes of Tut Advocate; Our Allianco men nay thoy inuat hare it and no wonder it is ft curiosity in its way, a f riend to the farmor. J. J. Bueweh, of Ogdon Kansas, nays: I think tho bout thin; tho State and National Allianco could do would bo to wild such a paper as The Advo cate to tho address of each moraber for at least threo months, and make Kuro that they get their eyes open. The Loctnro board providod for by tho Emporia Conferonco Committee has been provided for on the p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

9 some of you aro oven unkind enough to suspect monopolies, beef combines, trusts and mono manipulators of in juring you; but follow citizens I, "Wall Stroet, Standard Oil ltockofellor, say to you Kansas farmers, 'iritempernnco id tho one word' which tolls tho en two of nil your poverty." When those Kansau farmers would fall upon, and beat with their fists full sore, that oily 'follor' till away ho would run and bo seen in theso parts no moro. "An Intompcrate Address." Tnis ia tho character ascribed by the Capital to our opon letter to the Kansas delegation in Congress. It says that Congress in as helpless as tho legislature of Kansas to prevent tho foreclosure of mortgages." Wo havo not sufficient charity to beliovo that tho Capital does not know better than this. How.ofton in tho history of this country has Congress enacted bankrupt laws for tho relief of tho debtor clans ? Thero is this di fferenco in tho present case. It is now tho farmer who wants relief, whilo bank rupt laWB a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

10 TI-IE ADVOCATE. (Continual from pay 3.) 000XX) 1hj money than wo had tho year before, with ?XO,O0O,0fiO of th money' that ought to havo been thing duly n money, locked up la tho treasury of tho United State, and, ho fur ui4 doing any good to tho bunInenH of tho country is concerned, It might as well be sunk In to iho depths of tho Him. Threw hundred and thirty eight million dollars, fr ho exact, according to tho last statement, Is absolutely locked up ami Is not dolntf duty as money. Mr. Plumb. Let mo ask tho senator a question. It In well worth while to have, Homo exact Information on this point. Does ho moan to say that that much money is there, exclusive of tho money which Is represented by silver certificates and fold certificates outstanding? Mr. Teller. I do. I mean when you have taken out the gold certificates, when you havo taken out tho surplus of gold, and when you havo taken out tho seventy-odd million dollars which are, the.ro for tho redemption of national bank notes...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

TI-IIG ADVOOATI1 II Our Prosperous Laboring Classes. The end of tho third month U well nigh spent since tho unfortunate miners of Punxsutawnoy, Pa., ami their families were heartlessly lacked out by tho Buf falo, Pittsburgh nnd Rochester Conl and Coke Company. During theso three months hunger and want have been en dured with Spartan like bravery; and the wklllful management of tho local leaders, headed by Ilrothers Willson nnd Qnin lltik, received its highest commendatlonH, by tho poncful attitude of theso suffering thousands, though tho company has re sorted to every known dcvlco to cnuno tho man to revolt, that they might pono beforo the public as tho quintessence of humanity and forbearance, suffering tho wrongs of tho cruel and riotous disturb ances of tho "ignorant" strikers. W. 11. Wilson is a true Knight of Labor, who knows that tho cruelty of this barbarous corporation could not bo righted by in citing tho men to retaliate. "An eyo for an eye and a tooth for n tooth" ban not...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

12 Advocate. Continued from jxttfe 10.) rich men lo shove themselves forward and ti bo shoved forward into public placefl. I recognize thai a one of the Krowluif tviln In this KepuMic, thai there In a toudrucy to fill places with men of wealth to the etolunion ofaclisft-of in m in many instances much bolter quiiliflod than they. There b not a man, as I wos saying, who in fi member of tho Cabinet in any Depart ment of this (lovernment but whocoull earn more money outside of it than h can la It, ii say nothing about the great expense which attaches to holding such a position. I do not know whether the present Com misnionor of tho (Jcncral Land Office Bought the position which he holds or not and I do not mean to intimate that he is not entirely comi-i tout to fill it. 1 do know, howevar, ia my own experience under thin adwinlntra tion, that I applied to a gentleman who I 'thought was eminently fitted, Just befort thin appoinlmrnt wait made ; a man of posl Uon and character an af Atfye...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

13 1 ' j '. j M PL O Li U U U U u ' 1 li 'J W 1.1 mA $3. Warantcd Shoo, J jk. JGOIlIADIJUH'iuMl ttlTH' AV'JOAU, SHOE HOUSE) . Oiiii oriwi 8iiiuHi. Topcka, Kans. (I. That we rcccomond tlio organization of a lecture hutcau for tli Mute of Kaunas under tlio Hupcrvihioti of tho executive hoald, dividing tlio ntato into four district's And providing A lecturer for each district, for tho better education of the members of tlio order. 7. Notwithstanding the fact that John J. Infills Imn repremmted Kansas for citth toen years in the United States Senate, it l ft difficult matter for his constituents to point to a single measure ho hiu ever championed in the interest of tlio tfroat agricultural and laboring element of Kantian. And we therefore resolve that we will not support by our votes or influence any candidate for the legislature, who favor 8 hiu re-election to the United States Senate. (), W, JoNKH. M. H. Maiikcm. A. J. White. Tho following was adopted ut a sub Bequent Bt'Hhlon to Incr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

14 TX-Tn ADVOOA.TB. legislation, 51. II. Markam, Constant, Kansas, showing, Firm, the membership of your Mib alliances. Second, the num ber actually present when vote la taken. Third, the number of votes la favor. Fourth, the number of votes against. A bill has been introduce! into Con gress for the purpose of nuking It a hw. Let us Inform our Legislators definitely regarding our wishes In thin matter, lift' llevlng this to be a matter of great and preimhijf importance, I urge speedy and vigorous action without .undue haute. TIioho wlio feel competent to enlighten us on this matter, will please to do 10 through the papers friendly to our cause. Hoping to get an accurate expression of the wish of the brotherhood on this subject, after a fair discussion of the same, I remain Fraternally yours, A. E. DlCK.INHOtf, Leet. F. and L. A., Merlden, Kan., Mar. 4, '90. OFFICIAL. All petitions or memorials; to the United Staton Congress, from Allianoea and Unionu uhould be mailed diroot to our N...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

15 IXLWIND MIL'L ovtn 2,000 IN USE iin ( iiiiin.'inv .? . having ii'Hn'ii;ii'(l with traveling 2j V salesmen w 111 ii. V- point rt lliilile axvuii. iIi:ih1iikC UKi'Uti of .Jfhiwr pt f end. .Send for Catalogue dlscrlptlve (if Powur Englnea, Shelters. Crlndort, Pump Pipes. Tanks Etc. AIho I'atnil iJoutiU-llfm TwMStut Wheel, Tha PfisJps & Blgelow WW Mill Co. 1215 WcHt l)th, St. Kaunas City, Mo. if, y lis i. LAIIOHATOUY 113 WAIX StHKKT, FORT CCOTT, Manufactures of HHAUKON'h HI'KCiriO FOH TUB l'UKVKNTIOM AND IVUK or TUB tiWINK I'LAOl.'B Oil "uoo ( iioi.kiia;" llKAdDON H CICUCIIHATBD 1IOI1HK AND CATTLE 1'OWUKIM. PnHkc any other Medicine ever put upon the urkct; used hy the Kent Ntock Breeders III the in Kant. HT.UIDON'h HI'K IKItJ KOK TUK 1'ltKVKNTIoN AND Cl'KK OIT ( Ill KEN C'HOI.KHA, uATKri and inn; I'. IIKAODON H OOMJBN DUAL KM HHOCATION, And many other Valuable Preparations Cholera. BRAGDON'S SPECIFIC FOB TUB Prevention and Cure of M It li no Imperii dchaUble question hh towheth c...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 April 1890

10 TI-IS ADVOOATH rrT.irSK HKKD HOUSK-C. K. UubUard l' rrop r, '3) Kaunas Ave., lopek.i, ran. II. C. Himnt. T. I). Timelier, It. M. (Jan, President. Vice President. Necruury. Ttc Toirta Commcrcbl Security Co 807 Kanm Avcsut, Toptka, make liberal advances, nil mouth to one year, ut ri'uHuiiulile rates on approved stock sale notes or oilier good collateral, and Allow Interest tluui deposits. HOSE LAWN FRUIT FARH h"mbrr7 plaits, cjupevimes. aiuia uuuMUUiij of mrinll fruit plaiitn it Very Lo Prlcss. tfpcclal rates to Farmers Clubs. Wrlto for t DoAwlrttlrct Prlo IAt, DIXON & SOU, Jackson County, NKTAWAKA, Kansas, PATENTS TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS and all other matter in relation thereto uromntlv attended to by James U. Young, attorney at law, notary public and patent solicitor, rooms U2, fcl anil GJ Halt building. Has an association attorney in Waahington. If you got tired eleswhoro. call and see how easy it Is to get a patent when you start right. Prloo for jpntents $i!0, Including pre...

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