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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1S0S. 13 Correspondence. fThe Advocate and News Bollclts com munlcaUona on topics of interest, written to represent the opinion of the writers thereof regardless of the supposed posi tion of the paper. Make your articles short; one does not take up mucn room but when a dozen are received the publi cation of all necessitates brevity. The editor reserves the right to shorten any communication of over 750 words. An Error Corrected. Q. E. BUKNUAM, BECKETAHY. In yours of March 2, giving a report of the National JJuttermukers' convention amoner other things you give the names ot ten hutterniakers (only) In Kansas whoso butter scored !! points, where uld you ge your Information? You have done a great Injustice to our buttermaker, viz., D. L. li urn ham. Ills tub scored 115 points, and your paper published to the world what purports to bo a correct report, while it is not correct. There were eleven tubs that scored !5 points and you have done an Injustice to our butte...

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. — 16 March 1898

MARCH 16. 14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. .i-H-M' 1 1 II 1 1 M 11 1 II' II 1 HM"H"H 1 1 1 1 H4WWI"M4W4 I THE WAGE-EARNER. 'SL.....,..t,, m i -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I M-M-W- The Advocate and News will be glad to receive short communications on labor matters, nartlcularlv m regard to the affairs of onions In the State, the shorter work day, etc. Contrl Eutlons must be slo. as oar space Is limited. We want a good correspondent and a subscrip tion agent In every union In Kansas, write for particulars. Company Doctor Sendee at Weir. The company doctor service for the men working in the Kansas and Texas coal Bhafta at Weir City, which has been optional, has been changed to com pulsory. Barbers Are Organiaag. h Internationa! President Miller ot the barbers' union reports considerable ac tivity in the organization of the craft. New unions have been organized lately in several towns, and eeverai others are under way. Labor Measures Before 0ongre3S. CongresB now has four measures for cons...

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. — 16 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 15 "X 4-M-H-H- M"HM"H H-H-W AN OPINION On the Opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Nebraska maximum Rail road Rate Case. By JOHN W. LEEDY, Governor of Kansas. There has appeared for a year past at regular periods a statement la the Associated Tress dispatches stating that the Supreme court of the United States was about to hand down a decision ad verse to the State in the Nebraska rate case. The opinion has been handed down and the Associated Press dis patches say that it is a clean victory for the railroads. On the contrary, it is an unclean victory in every aspect of the case, showing that no matter how carefully the robes of justice are folded about the personnel of the Supreme court, these robes can no longer conceal the cloven hoof of official malfeasance and usurpation. As this decision was due a year ago, and as there was no known reason for the delay, and as the decision as rendered confirms the state ment made in the Associated Pre...

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. — 16 March 1898

16 MARCH 1C, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. (Published March 16, 1898.) Appellate Court Syllabi. Kansas Court of Appeal, Northern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 309. John C. Westervelt, M. Balnbrldge, Fol well and John II. Ward, an executor of thn will ot Leonldas Doty, deceased, plaintiffs In error, vs. Lawrence M. Jones and John L. Jones, defendants In error. Error from Wyandotte County District Court. Syllabus. Wells, J. 1. Where an action Is founded upon a written Instrument, a copy of which Is net up In a petition, and the answer thereto Is not verified, the execution of fluid In strument is admitted. 2. When the execution of a written In strument Is admitted by the pleadings, Its legal effect must of necessity follow; and what Its legal effect Is, Is purely a ques tion of law for the court to determine. But this does not prevent the defendants from Impeaching said contract for fraud, accident, or mistake In the execution thereof. 3. This action was brought upon a writ ten Instrume...

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. — 16 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1S98. 17 Baoinoaa Methods in Juaticea' Offices, vrnrn everv city where there Is bus! ne.53 enough for a Justice of the Peace to make the office worth holding cornea complaints that the courts are expen sive luxuries. All kinds of efforts have ' been made to reduce expense la this ai . rectlon, but the most successful plan la that la operation In Kansas City, Kan. Governor Leedy, who has given the mat ter considerable attention, says that that flty'B plan U a great success. In speak ing of the matter he said: "Justice courts have to be maintained, but there Is no reason why the people hould be compelled to pay au enormous tax for their support. Last year the op iratlon of the two Justice courts In Kan sas City, Kas., was placed on a salary basis, and since then I haven't heard a kick about the Justices' business. For merly the position of Justice In Kansas City was worth from $5,000 to 7,000 a year, but the new law places the Justices on a salary of $2,000 a ye...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

18 MARCH 18, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. An Opinion, (Continued from page 15.) people of the United State need not look, further to the court for Justice, but that they must either make up their minda to submit not only to the preaent exactions, but to the payment of future mortgages that may be plied upon them - by the rallroada, or they muat take lesue with the courts and exact from them guarantees that provisions of the constitution that have been con strued by the courts and sanctioned by the people for a hundred years shall be beyond the power of the courts to change, or, what seems to be a better remedy, to eet the idle labor of the country to work to build rallroada of their own without bonds or stocks to be watered, and re-watered, and watered again, as Is done to-day, whenever the Interests of corporation Judges and for eign owners of our railroads deem it to their Interest. Minnesota Mills Using Kansas Wheat. When Secretary Coburn said at the convention ' of buttermakers, "If y...

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. — 16 March 1898

1893. 10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Conference of Reform Women. The conference of reform women held At Tot eka was one of the moat satisfac tory gatherings of that nature ever held la the State. It bad not been the pur pose to convene a large body, but rather a council representing different sections of the State that they might report the sentiments and desires of the women rel ative to their action and efforts in the field of sociological reform. The fore noon session was devoted to consultation and coeideration of various propositions, and the afternoon was occupied by the formulation of those propositions into resolutions which were formally acted upon and declared to be the sense of the conference. The first measure acted upon was that of holding a woman's mass convention at the same place and one day prior to the State convention of "the People's party. There was manifested an enthusi astic determination to endeavor to make this the largest and most important wo men's meeting ever...

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. — 16 March 1898

20 MARCH 16, 1898. TRU'.'BULL SEED CO., MILLET CANS 1428 ST. LOUIS AYE., CLOVER3 r TIMOTHY s 1400-2 Uahtt Art jut, KANSAS CITY. MO. FLOWER SEEDS. Catitlogne for 180S rree KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. CRAS3 SEEDS. EZCT'rr'gT" 7 lfl"mfTf ' THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ClOYera, Timothy, MMet, fa rim ri TOv OAflDEH SEEDS, S6 ! JS rpra pea yr UU Lii W SHORT BUSIIIESS POIHTERS LjTOCK HAIHKIW-Would you like to own one of kJ the best stock feedlnir nirnia in eastern Kaiisnsr We bare It for sale. Hot) acree twenty-three mile southwest of Topeka: nine ml let sauthof Muplelllll on the Rock Island railroad, and tun miles northeast Of Kskrldge on the rtunta Ke railroad. 400 arret In cultivation, of which over 2UU acre Is bet quality of creek bottom laml; 250 acre pnature, and IMI acres of tine timber. Mission Creek runs through the farm and furnishes an unlimited supply of running water. Price low and terme easy to a responsible buyer. Acoounting Trust Co., Topeka, Ka. F)1l BALK OR EXCII A NO K. Three nice ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 March 1898

Devoted id me Best interests or the Home, the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 12. OFFICIAL STATE FAFKK. 91YKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 23, 1893. KVERV W1CDNKSOAT, fKlCK FIVK CKNTS. State House Work a Snap. Public Funds Lavishly Distributed by the Late "Business" Administration. B1Q MONEY FOR CONTRACTORS. There were times when, eome people took the last State administration se riously and regarded it as a eafe, honest one, but that day has long since passed by. Even before the officers connected with it had given up possession of the records it began to be known to many that there were numerous deals con nected with it which would require pretty thorough explanation to lead thooe apprised of the facts to believe that the conduct of certain of the officers was honest and honorable. Some time after the inauguration of the new administration, which the people elected to rid themselves of its predecessors which had failed to main tain their confidence, steps were taken to ascertain whet...

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. — 23 March 1898

2 MARCH 23, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Direct Legislation in Michigan. Dv Q. R. WEIKERT, T Secretary Michigan Direct Legislation League. The State where, under the oaks at Jackson, the Republican party was born, 13, of course, one of the foremost States in this movement for political freedom. It cannot well bo otherwise. The com monwealth which, fortyflve years ago, possessed the Intelligence to recognize the evils of chattel slavery and had the courage to organize the movement against It, has not degenerated and can safely be counted a leader In this strug gle for emancipation from political slav ery. The conditions which led to the formation of the Republican party have again returned, only on a much larger scale than before; will history repeat Itself f Will these conditions again lead to the upbuilding of an Immense politi cal party based on one sound principle exploited in the personal interest of the builders? Fifty years ago the abolition ists, who were moved by the same spirit t...

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. — 23 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18D3. 9 M ! ! IIIWH'1 1 1 1 rin-w-nwiWII-MI IM I MI l-HWH-v .1. No Sane Man Wants War. t. ------t.,t.,t.,t.,t..t..t..t,,t..fiifitiiTiiti J tTT..T..T..T..T..1. rrnTrf H4 In a recent Interview on the Spanish situation, Senator W. A. Harris, ot Kansas, Bald: "We do not want war If It can be avoided with honor. No eane man wishes to rush Into euch a horrible thing. If Spanish treachery was responsible for the destruction of the Maine, either officially or otherwise and I believe the Inside theory has been entirely eliminated ahe should be driven from the Western hemisphere. She Is responsible If the disaster was caused by negligence, just as If It had been done by design. If I had a neighbor who fired my barn or poi soned my cattle, the sooner I could get at him with the business end of a shot gun the better I would like It. I can not say what course the President will pur sue when he receives the report of the board of Inquiry, but, aa Congress unani mously voted...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 March 1898

MARCH 23V 4 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. -. From Actual Experience. Tbe Advocate and News solicits short eoutriouilou. on matters of Interest to the farmer. Experlonce Items from Kansans are particularly doslred. Write for our clubbing rates wltn tbe leading farm Journals. . Pear Blight. The worst enemy the pear grower has to contend with is the blight. It la caused by a minute inflect that In count less numbers attack the young tender twig growth causing it to wither and die and eventually poisoning and killing the entire tree. The more rapid and tender the twig growth the more likely it is to be as sailed by this little parasite. Hence tender and rapidly growing varieties should be retarded In growth so that the young twigs will be harder and drier and thus rendered less suscepti ble to the blighting insect. Trees that are heavily manured or grown in very rich soil are especially subject to this blight for the quickly grown twigs are very tender and Juicy. Hence they hould be planted In...

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. — 23 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1808. 6 while not hardy, Is a rapid grower and will Btand the heat of Bummer better than most vines. Its foliage is dense and of an attractive texture and shade, The tubers should be planted In deep, rich soil, and after the vino Is up a foot or more it will require considerable water during the growing season. The tubers multiply rapidly and in the fall 6hould be dug and stored away in boxes of sand in a cool, dry cellar. Insect Powders for Poultry. Numerous powders are used for the destruction of lice on poultry, and while many of them are valuable, it Is un fortunate that the majority are worth less simply because they cannot be ob tained in a fresh condition. This is the case with powders which are largely used for insects ou poultry and plants under glass. Bought of wholesale flor ists they may be had reasonably fresh but are too costly for extensive use on poultry. The best insect powders, and especially for use against lice, are those which contain toba...

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. — 23 March 1898

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 23. H"M"H"M-H"M",'Il M M I1 M il I -1 1-1 -I I-H-H-M-H' I CONCERNING KANSAS, jj BY J. W. MORPHY. - CONVENTIONS. POPULIST. BtatA (Place not named), Juno 15. Coiipeiwlonal-Hlith dUtrlet, Hmllh Canter, June 7. Boreilb " UuWhliiuoii, Muy W. WCPUBMCAN. Btat Hutchinson, June 8. Conirreiwlonal-Klrot dUtrli.'t, Horton, April 12. " Heoond " Ottawa, May . " Third " Independence, Apr. 6. " Koultb Kmporla, May 1U. Klftd " Me lev I lie, April 28. " HUth " Hololt, June l.'i. " Keren! h " Hutchlnwm, May 5. Judiclal-Twenty-tuIrd district, Kill, April 11. DKMOCttAT. fltate Atchison, . Congressional-fourth district, Kiuporla, . PUOU1BIT10N. State Emporia, June 7. Mankato has a gun club. Blaine wants a banking Institution. . Newton has a carriage factory on the string. A receiver has been appointed for the McPherson water-works. Senator Ryan, of Crawford county, has been admitted to the bar. An attempt was made to rob the Merl den bank last Friday night. Marshall county ...

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. — 23 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1393. .!.???.!.. fii,T..f..?..t.iiTi.f..TTut..ti.T.it-T.iTii..tiiTiifiti T jTnf T..'iT..T..Ti.T..f..t..t..T..T..T..f-t..t..t..f. .T..T..Tt,,.T..t..T..T,.f . GENERAL NEWS NOTES I -t...-f..f...t....f....t..t..t..t..f..f..t..Tf..f..t..t..fM.f.1T t .t..t. .t..t. t .t. ..t . .t. t...f..f..l..l.if.. . J t I 4 I I I I 1 r I I J T rVT r 1 i 4ri"l4 t "i IIl"Jl"J""J "1 1 I "1 4 t I i consideration at their handa anyway, be cause he Is unable to be at the primaries without Inconvenience and loss of time, and the city voter is therefore given an undue advantage. The bosses should plainly and bluntly state that they can't run the primaries, but that working a convention is right in their line of busi ness. Billy Buchan beat J. K. Cubblson In the Wyandotte Republican primaries and secured the Congressional delegation. The Gazette describes the contest as a sort of heavenly "do unto others" mat inee .which is quite a different thing than has customarily been the case Judging...

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. — 23 March 1898

s THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 23, FIRESIDE SCRAP-BOOK j WOMAN'S 8VHEKK. They talk about a woman's sphere, A though It had a limit; There's not a place In earth or heaven, There's not a tatk to mankind Riven, There's not a bh-HHlnK or a woe, There's not a whispered yes or no, There's not a life, or death, or birth, That has a feather's weight or worth, Without a woman In It. Using Words Without Knowledge. John MaoIRmalii la the Western School Journal. When, at an educational meeting one listens to the reading of a paper full of ponderous phrases and many-syllabled words, the Inquiry thrusts itself for ward, Is not this man using speech to conceal the poverty of hla thought? and one feela moved to ask, In the language of the Scripture, "Who la this that dark eneth counsel by words without knowl edge?" For that la precisely what many educational philosophers do; "darken counsel," whether the words be without knowledge or not. Why should any hu man being, when discoursing to his fel lo...

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. — 23 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. .....ttttf t . t.. ......... t.t. . ..f.ifiiti.fiit.itiifi.t.iT.ifiitiifiitiitiitiitiifitTi 4I'T'rMTI"''"w""l t T'l I'T'l'T"! '!"! i t i 'J "l I I 4 J I J I 1 4 t I i 4 1 4 1 4"i" FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. jj '.. By MABEL DICCS. THK UAVVY LITTLE CRIPPLE. I'm thlat a little crippled boy, tux' never jjoln' to grow An' Kit a great big man at allcause Aunty told me ho. ..,.. When I was thlat a baby one t, I failed out of the bed An' got "The Curv'ture of the Splno 'ut'a what the doctor Bald. I never hud no Mother nen fer my Pa runned away An' dussn't come back hero no more 'cuune lie wan drunk one day An' Htobbed a man In thish ere town, and couldn't pay hlH tine! An' nen my Ma she died an' I got "Curv 'ture of the Spine!" I'm nine years old! An' you can't gueaa how much I weigh, I bet! Laat birthday I weighed thirty-three! An I weigh thirty yet! I'm awful little fer my size I'm purt nigh littler 'an Some buhlea is! an neighbors all calla me "The Little Man!" An' Voo o...

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. — 23 March 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 23. ADVOCATE AHD HEV& OFFICIAL STATE PAPER A Kantat Newspaper Devoted to the But Inter ttU of Uie Home, the Shop ami the Fat m. Published Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kansas OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Propristohh. SabMsrlptlon Rate:- (hie cttjty one year by mail, $1. In riulm of ten or more, by mail, one year, 75 eent UKh. The adverlMny rate of The Advocate and New are Unv. EntlmaU will he mailt ami price fur nUhal on amilUatltm. No extra charge for tutu, eta. The (wjIIkiot reserve the riyht to reject any ohjeetiomddc adverllMlny. The reiuUrt of thtt paper may comidcr any ulnertUement which ap- Iteart herein a rriiretenting a Jinn whone relUibil ty can be vouchcA for bu ttie pulilbher. The Adwmde wot exl(MMied in ltM), and vat contolldated with The ICatua New in IKJ7. The Advocate ami New U the offUUtl SUUe iniper, and hat a larger circulation than any otlter Kama weekly whkh receive advertimemenu. For information regarding: mtltcripti...

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. — 23 March 1898

i THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. 11 acy. But silver is the money of the peo ple. It la the money of wages and re- tall. Its tendency Is toward diffusion and dissemination. It enters into the minute concerns of traffic, and la ex changed day by day for our dally bread." Extract from speech of Senator Ingalls In the United States Senate, February 14, 1878. CURRENT DISCUSSION. By EX-SENATOR PEFFER. A Stupendous Fraud. The Globe-Democrat thinks that ''In the face of a threatened foreign war, one of our best weapons of defense Is tho much-abused gold standard." The Globe-Demoorat Is a "mighty good" newspaper, but It would have a hard time proving that the "much abused gold standard" Is of any value to us In the present emergency. Our wise men have got it into their heads that a reserve of a hundred million dol lars In gold coin must be kept in the treasury vaults, and all that we now have above that amount would not last more than a forty-eight hours after Mor gan, Belmont & Co. start ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 March 1898

V IS THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 23, PUBLIC OPINION. MM ,I,,I"I"I,,H 4FTHJIT Kansas City Times; I Since McKinley was in RMiofM, augurated there have been 9,874 failure la Kansas failures to get the offices the boys wanted. Emporia Republican: If McNall keeps up hia gait, what he doesn't find out about Insurance companies will not be worth knowing. He has a very Inquiring turn of mind. Belolt Call (Pop.): Many good whole some reforms have been inaugurated since the Populte ts came into control of the State. Thousands of dollars have been saved to the taxpayers, and the good work Is not near finished and will be continued. Emporia Gazette (Rep.): Webb Mc Nall le going to run for Congress In the Sixth district. If Wobb should get to Congress he would tie a bunch of fire crackers in a tin can on the tail of the Great Red Dragon and chase him into the Arctic ocean. Kansas City Tribune (Rep.): Of course Chairman Simpson regarded the proposition that the "artificial members" of the State ...

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