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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

I." ,, ,, 'TTr. A . 'l'''' , , , , " ,.i Devoted to me m Interests or rife Hofne the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 21. OFFICIAL STATU l'AI'EK. 1 VKAK. TOPE K A, KANSAH, MAY 25, 1898. KVKKY WKDNKSOAV. I'll ICE FIVK tIKNTN. A Job Which Fell Through. Topeka Firm Wanted State House Work for $34,400, but Took it for $21,645. SOME EVIDENCED BOODL1NG. In August, 1S05, Fellows & Van Sant endeavored to arrange a pool whereby the State would pay $34,400 for a job of work which the same firm afterward took and completed for $21,615. This large excess was admitted to be for the purpose of dividing up with certain State officers and a prominent Republican politician. Representatives of the Western Con- v trading Company and F. L. Stephen son & Co., two firms of contractors, en tered into an arrangement with C. A. Fellows, representing Fellows & Van Sant, tho terms of which were that all State contracts should bo gathered in, the work to be done by Fellows & Van Sant. The prof...

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. — 25 May 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 25, McKinley's War Policy. The Press Disagrees as to Its Efficacy and Many Criticisms Are Offered. YELLOW JOURNALS COMPLAIN. President MeKlnlcy's war policy, while not clearly defined, seems to bo to drive Uio Spaniards out of Cuba with an littltt loss of blood as possible. The yellow Journals and others object to this course. As the New York Sun pertinently states It, "War Is not war In the estimation of a Pulitzer, however, unless it furnishes opportunities to sell Imaginary descriptions of awful slaugh ter on laud and sea. He wants our sol diers to be killed and wounded, In or der that he may rake in pennies with tales of bloodshed." It adds that "Sensational newspapers may not have been fed with stories of slaughter, but so far the war has been victorious wholly. We are stronger daily and Spain Is weaker. Us hold on Cuba is loosening steadily. If it were possible that the war should proceed to Its end thus bloodlessly, so much the more glorious, so m...

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. — 25 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. GLADSTONE IS DEAD. England's Greatest Statesman, After a Long and Useful Life, Passes Peacefully Away. William Kwart Gladstone died at his home at Hawarden at 5 o'clock Thurs day morning. His last moments were calm and peaceful. Ho died quietly. Unconsciousness had come early the pievious day and but once or twice was there indication of recognition of his family, the members of which were as sembled around him. His faithful wife was with him constantly, and it was with difficulty that she was prevailed upon to take any rest during the last week of his illness. The funeral will be a national one, and the remains will doubtless be in terred at Hawarden near the church where he was married more than fifty years ago. The entire English people seemed to join in expressions of sor row. On the previous evening at ban quets and other similar gatherings the various addresses were omitted and all of the speakers gave attention to the sentiment. "that the greatest...

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. — 25 May 1898

MAY 25, 4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. CONCERNING KANSAS flM.-l-'lli'Vf.,... . Hill 4 lili'Vjlii.-in'in- vuVfi'l' v? &Jtei$kk BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVKNTIONM. OI'lJUHT. Htat.o-ToH'ka, .In no lf. ('oiiKroNNlonal-Hi-coiiil district, Oluihi', Juno 21 " Third " diitrryvttlo, Juno 8. " Klflli " Ciinciinllii, Jiiiih 1. " Hlxlh " Hinllli(onlur,Jiiiio7 ItKI'UBLK.'AN. Htal.o 1 1 utotil tiHoti, June H. roiiKroNHloiml-Hlxth rllKlrlnr,, llololt, Juno 15. Judicial -Twenty noind dim., Hiawatha, July H pkmockat. Stato AtclilHiin. June 15. UiiiKreHHluiial-Tlilril dlKlrlct, !hanuto, . ' fourth " Kinicirlii, . JiidlHal-Twonty-lhlrd district, VaKooiiy..lunoT.' I'KOIIIIIITION. Hlate Kmporla, Juno 7." Horshoo pitching has begun In earnest at Pratt. The State bank of St. Francis has In corporated. The Dally Graphic Is a new paper at Groat Bond. WelliiiRton's population has Increased 4f0 in the last year. Dickinson county. Populists Instructed for W. D. Vincent for ConRross. Leavenworth Rets dollar Ras. Every ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

1893. 6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Where Kansans Will Make Their Headquarters at the Omaha Imposition. nothing on earth can prevent the re nomlnatlon of John Ix'cdy at the State convention." To fill the vacancy in the Senate in the Cloud-Republic district caused by the death of Senator M usher, many Populists are suggesting the nomination of (Joiner Pavies, of the Concordia Kan nan. Comer has been in the Legislature before and he would know how to pro reed to business at once upon being sworn. It is confidently asserted that he has the ability to win, as he can run better than any one-legged man in Kan sas and a good deal better than many who are better supplied with means of locomotion. Tom McNeal, of the Mall and Breeze, is a candidate for the Republican nomi nation for State Senator In Shawnee county. In his announcement he says that hi father used to nave a night run on an underground railroad, that if he has anything extraordinary in his char acter that he is not able to recall it,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

6 MAY 23, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. From Actual Experience. Soja Beans for the North. Many Northern farmers reading of the valuu of cow peas as a forage crop ami a legume In the south attempt to ratsi' tln'in, hut usually fall IT they are located north of II) degrees. What. the cow pea Is to the South tho soja Iw-an is to tho North. In .sections of tho North when: 1mW.Ii can he grown anil brought to ma turity the soja hean is richer In fodder than the coiw pea. Using a variety of medium green soja, It furnishes a hun dred parts more of fattening element to tho yield of an acre, and more than douhle tho flesh-forming properties of the cow pea. The soja hean Is tlrst-class for tho silo, hut the cow pea Is too watery for that puriose. The seed should he drilled In, and the planting should he done at alnuit the same time that corn l.s planted. Sorghum for Forage. Tho farmers of tho West know tho value of stirghum for stock feeding hotter than those In other sect Ions. In droughts so severe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18'JS. 7 iimt :iinl h vvll-li:il;uifMl food in the wiii'tor, to !h paid fir in the return of manure to the tiflda over whicli they havo browsed, ami the .sale of wool and car cass). Tlio kituUt .the number of Hheep that tan Im produced on a small ami of run tlown land it ho butter the results. Take, for example, ten acre.s of weedy pasture tilled with thistles and other noxioii.s growtlus usually a drain on the hoil, ami turn on this area 150 sheep, or even more. Provide I hem with good water in abundance and wit.h any food that may be bought for less than its value as a fertilizer. Suppose itliat wheat bran is fed regu larly each day for live months, an av erage of a pound a day for each animal. This plan would consume a quantity in value ranging from $S0 to $15 for the entire period, or to ligure more closely, take tlie average price of the bran and the expense for 'the period wouhl bo for the period named $:(). This food together with that gainul in browsin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

MAY 25. 8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE i on llll IIO.WL AND NEWS Mini' Af-D I AM OFFICIAL I'AI'KK OF TIIK HTATK OK KANSAS. Published Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kansas GEO. 1). HARRISON & CO., KblTOHH AND I'KOI'ltlKTOKH. Hiiticrlllon lUtem - IHi' en;; one. yntr mail, $1. In club of tVii or mure, iiu mnu, on wait. 7,r rent nuh. The lUlrrrtUliw rntm of The. .liiwuV mul A'cuk are, low. HhUiiiiiIih will ' nuulr mul piie )ur uUluul on a out trillion. No extra rluirur for ruin. etc. Tin: puhlihi rn n ri'i: the rhihl to rrjrrt mill ohjertloiutiiie, naurrthtinu. no: rrnaer or iiu jiaper tmiii roiixlilir mtu intrrrtiii iiont uhirh no yritr hrrrin iw rrorri ntiim i firm irhow rrlialnl ilu run lie voueheil lor tin tlir uulilihrr. The. Atlvoi'iitr. iron rsluhlMuil in issu, mul hum nitiHotittutttl irilh Thr KmiMi Xew in I sir,'. Th Ailmirntr. mul AVicm in thr oplrlal Stair pnT, anil liaa (i Imyir rlrvulatlon limn mm olhrr Kaimw V'li hlii whuil rereive auiu rlii litem. For informal urn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1S08. 9 -JO ; yy; GENERAL NEWS NOTES J Alabama Populists have put a com plete Slate ticket in tin Held. Tilt; Illinois, Uncle Sam's new warship, will le launched some time in June. The juice of Hags is greatly increased and dealers are doing a big liusiness. Bismarck is about the only great Eu ropean statesman who is still living. General Alger wants smother Assis tant Secretary of War provided for ly Congress. May. 21 is Queen Victoria's birthday, and tiiere will be celebrations of it sill over the country. (Jeorgia Populists have named .1. It. llegan for Governor in place of Tom Watson, who declined. The War Department reports that contractors are furnishing an improved quality of armor plate. A Kansas City packer has "Dewey hums' on the market. It is claimed that they will conquer tin; world. A naval authority says that t In Isth mian canal would be worth many times its cost if it were completed now. Spanish ministers claim that the ef fort to get the Cuban...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

10 MAY 25, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. M PUBLIC OPINION r, ,r 'y.i ABOUT Chicago lllailo: Mat;m- sfAN9A: KIS ,n!ly "Iiymi with Kan rHiioo. )ut R ,wi niV.r .the day when it can keep the world guessing a our sister State has been doing for years. Wichita Deacon: Now let the Kansas political patriots give it to Governor Black in the neck because 'the Brooklyn guarda have refused to go to war because they could not dletato 'the whole tiling. Chanute Blade (l)em.): One notice able feature In the appointment of majors and brigadiers by the President, and even in the appointment of colonels by Governor Bccdy, Is. that it did noL become noeesMiry for either to call for sealed bids. Hiawatha Democrat: We notice that Home of our exchanges comment on the fact that all the Kansas volunteers can .read and write. There is nothing strange about that. It would 1m( Ht range if the average young Kausan did'nt read and write. Columbus Modern Light (Top.): Gov ernor U'edy hart been unduly criticised in Home...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

11 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Referendum for Platform Formation. The following Is a draft of rules to he proposed at the Omaha meeting of the national committee of the People's party, June lf, for a referendum in the People's party for platform formation. It was drafted by Eltweed l'onieroy, with suggestions from others: I. Not later than July 1, lS'J'J, the national secretary shall send to each State chairman and secretary and each member of the national committee whose name and address he has, a copy of these regulations, with the request that they bring them up in their next State ( on vent Urns and such local con ventions as they see fit and Invite such conventions to consider the wording of planks in tin; 1900 People's party na tional platform under these regulations. I-irst Statements of general princi ples will be put Into the preamble and iln not belong in the platform. Each platform plank is to be a clear, concise, short statement of a measure which wo pledge our efforts ...

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. — 25 May 1898

13 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 25, H wT V " 0 W V " w V " " s O V w " V V w 7 " V7 V w w w " V w ct? ; - ift The Palace THE WAGE EARNER Labor Notes. There arc 33,788 coal miners In Illinois, Massachusetts barbers have organized a Mate union. Denver trades-unionists an; figuring mi building a labor temple. The inarlnu docks at Portsmouth, Nng- land, employ lO.uuo nu n. Portuguese ilantatloii laborers In Mono lulu get $H to 13) per month. The Hcnnte labor arbitration bill has been passed by thu IIoumc ami It now goes to the President for his signature. Printers only work forty-two bourn per week In tlx government printing otllce in the Mouth African republic. Two Brooklyn prlnttTH art; getting out an arternoon dally at rump macK, in New York rendezvous of volunteers. Ni-w York unloiiH arc discussing a scheme whereby members would pay dues In pro portion to their wages, the best paid pay Ink the largest amounts. Thu Western Federation of Labor ban been organized at Halt Lake City. Hcp-r...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 13 (Published May 23, 1S08.) Appellate Court Syllabi. la tho Kaunas Court of Ampuls, Southern Department, Central Division. No. 'i'X David Stewart, plaintiff in error, VH. J. J. Woodward & Co., defendants In error, Krror from Kono County District Court, AFK1UMKD. Syllabus. Milton, J. 1. Where tho HuliHtiuitlul Itwue In an nc tlon for tho recovery of a commission for a sulo of reul tHlute was as to tho exist ence of an uKencv to list and plaeo the land with a real estate broker for sale at a net itrieo to tho owner, and where tho ev Meneo waa conlllelinir concerning mien Issue: Held, that t"he iuestlon was for tho Jury and that Its general verdict In favor of tho party having tho attlrmatlvo of tho Issue was a sumcient muling that such agency did la fact exist. 2. Where the same land was listed for sale with two real estate linns, tho one which lirst entered Into a written con tract for the sale of tho property and re ceived part payment of tho purcha...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 2R, FOR HOME READING . H TIIK HHOWKH. Tho lundwnpc, Uko thu uwod fiico of a chlof, Orvr uuriouHly blurrixl; u hunh of doatu Full on thu flitlilH, ami in thu tlurknn-tt wild Thu zophjrr ht ld ltn Irciiih. No wavurlntf Kluniour work of li-Iit nml hIiMu Dappl'l tho mIi 1 vi-rliiy Hurfncu of tho brook. Tho friKhtoiHHl ripplns In thoir ninbUHCudu Of willows thrllUiil nml Hhook. Tho hullun duy grow darker, and unon Divers Itanium of punt alitor lit tlm Hky. With rumbliiiK whcoU of wruth chiiui rolling on Thu Htorm'H urtillcry. The cloud put on its tliu kNt frown, And thtin, un with u vii)Kful ry of pain, The lightning Miutrhod it, rippixl und Hung it down In ruvolud Hhrtl of ruin, While I, trunxfluured by some wondrous art, Itowt'd with thu thirsty lilies to thu wd, M y empty soul brimmed over and my In art Drenched with thu lovu of (iinl. JumitH Wliitcoinl) Hiley. Wireless Telegraphy. Now York 1'onI. Some of tho most recpnt pxporlments in wireless telegraphy...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. The Young People. Ity yi A II L K DKUiS. ISAKV'H l'HAYKK. In looking bmkwurd now thty coino to me Tho Mct'iie, tho sliiuloWH ami tho MumiiiLT ulr, IliH lit t lo hoiul low bowtnl unon my kneo As awwtly otTiTtni hi) his bal y jiruyer, "B'osa iapa an my ma an all who nt t d An muko of 1110 a doixl lx y , I am p'liyln, An if at Mrs', dear Dod, 'ou don't Hutml Don twy, twy ndaiul" I .Hiuili'd, hut on tho diuilo thiTo also went To i h1 iiiuitlicr simple irayor from mo, Hoiu'iitod now, with tear drops tuully lili ut, For tho h'iir boy wherovtT ho may lio: "If ho hhould Btuinblo In tho untried way, Still pb'iid with thy dear Bpirit from aloft. Bo pationt Hhould his fci t bo led astray, Not once, not once, but oft!" -Will T. Hale. Wrilien for tho Advocate ami News. TOn, A KANSAS BOY. BY I.KNOKK DOSTEK. (Continued from last week.) CHAPTER VI. Thoro was n. strange rumbling, wind a fire company dashed around the corner. As the horses went tearing by their hoofs stru...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 May 1898

::.V - iilo : lfl THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. may , m t : TULLER DISC CULTIVATOR e ft: ! for utedcorn; J&msas - ; rtr tf;Xl New combination. Nothing equals Y QlJ. Meats, Ice Cream, V :, Jlfgjf -n. - KocK oalt Jv, W- -"Mi5B,l. 15,000 Using Them. For Stock. ' , ' ' VnJO Tvy No dofsins. IHmt dew Umwi- Works. ( I'.. ' ' 'HHVroi. ''ffiC )l,ll,!,l"i",'HW,lL Purest, Healthiest, Best. L,o,.s ami Kanopohs, Ka. J, MV' AM'UtTrriTeM wnsrmif rock salt co., sr. lovis, mo. jfe for circular. So,fl eD' ojr Ayons foci: Suit Co., and Royal Salt Co. " Clod CrtiMher ami Cultivator. se our exhibit of stork salt at the Trans-Mlsslsslppl International Exposition, I t ' TULLER CULTIVATOR CO, KANSAS CITY, MO, T 5 roo' Wl Borrowed SrniTel GEO. KLEIN & C0 1 A 1 K 11 1 U P.uK0 UDlAllED 1 Many a young man has entered on makekh or - Flfuen Year.' K,P,rl,nce. UAJ m"U1J a career who has been Rliul noon after- " ' wariH to set n Htoaiy joii.-ifk. hiqh-grade harness rnmnfiMifO) onni ro fairrankq nnncp r OutclaBscd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 June 1898

0 Devoted to me Bar Interests of the Home, the Sftt and the form Tenth Year, No. 22. OFFICIAL STATE FAfKK. 1 YKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 1, 1898. EVKKY WKDNKMIIAT. l'KICK 1VU CUNTS. Spaniards at Santiago. The Enemy's Fleet Is Officially Re ported to Be at the South Cuban Harbor. ESCAPE IS NOT VERY EASY. Washington, May 29. At 12:30 o'clock thia morning the Navy department re ceived a dispatch from Commodore Schley announcing definitely that he hao located Admiral Cervera's Cape Verde squadron in the bay of Santiago do Cuba. The commodore states that ho has seen and recognized the vessels of the Spanish fleet. While the naval officials have been morally certain for several days that Cervera's squadron was in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba, the official an nouucement from Commodore . Schley was received by the officers on duty at the department with intense satisfac tion Assurance is now doubly sure that the Spanish fleet is bottled up and that the cork is in the bottle. It is not beli...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUKE 1, Second Call is Issued. President McKlnley Calls for 75,000 More Volunteers for the Spanish War. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY OFFERED, ernors of the States in which their re spective organizations are raised." It was stated at the War department that the details for the work ot organ izing this new force would not be actu ally taken up for the present. Just now the adjutant general's office la engaged in completing the enlistment of the 125, 000 volunteers under the first call. It will take some time to complete this work, and not until then will the real work of organizing the volunteers under tho second call begin. Washington, D. C, May 25. The Pres ident to-day Issued the following procla mation: Whereas, An act of Congress was ap proved on the 25th day of April, 1898, entitled "An act declaring that war ex ists between the United States of Amer ict and the kingdom of Spain;" and Whereas, By an act of Congress enti tled "An act to provide for temporarily increa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. COMMISSIONS NO GOOD. r The Only Solution of the Railroad Question Is Government Ownership. The Interstate Commerce Commission Is making something of an edort to secure supplemental legislation to reg ulate railroads. It Is sending out circulars urging co operation in securing these laws. One of these came to Representative C. W. Fairehild, of Kingman, who endorsed on it the statement that "the only so lution of the railroad question Is gov ernment ownership and free trade. Commissions are worthless, as well as laws," and returned it to the Secretary. To this Secretary Moseley replied as follows: My letter of the 13th inst. has just been returned with your comment er.dursod thereon that "The only solu tion of the railroad question Is gov ernment ownership and free trade. Commissions are worthless, as well as laws." 1 do not exactly understand what re lation free trade has to the railroad question, which is purely a domestic aftair. The belief in government owne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 JUNE 1, CONCERNING KANSAS , yiirylSifliiipflriffii... BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVENTIONS. POPULIST.' Btate Topeka, June lii. CoiiKressluualHeoond dlHtrlct, Olathe, June 21 " Third " Cherry vale, June 8. Bind " Hiulthfenier, Juue7 REPUBLICAN. Bute Hutohlrmon, June 8. OoiiKremtlonal With dlHtrlct, llelolt, June 15. Judicial Twenty teoond dint., Hiawatha, July 14 DKMOL'KAT. Btate Atchliwn, June 15. Congressional Third dlstrlot, Chanute, . " fourth " Kmporla, . Judicial Twenty-third dlHtrlct, WaKeeny, June 23 PIIOUIMTION. Btate Rmporla, June 7. The Ellsworth Populist has become the official city paper. The Edna State Bank has quit busi ness and will liquidate. Osage Populists contemplate making a school house campaign this year. Postmaster Farrely, of Chanute, a brother of Senator Farrelly, Is dead. Saline Democrats favor fusion and the renomlnatlon of Governor Leedy. Beaton won a decisive victory over the combined opposition in Shawnee county. The State Colored Free ...

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