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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 1833. 13 debtor's legal title to the money will be house and outbuildings Is not a substan- allowed ami will not of Itself be regarded as conclusive evidence et a waiver of his Intercut as a transferee of the fund gar nished. 3. Certain claims of hick of jurisdiction In garnishment proceedings examined and held to be unfounded. All the Justices concurring. A true copy. Attt'Ht: JNO. MARTIN, Seal. Clerk Supreme Court. No. lOMt Thaddcus Hyatt vs. George T. Challls, et al. Error from Atchison County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. JohnBton, J. 1. If. brought an action of ejectment ngalnst C. and others, In the State court, and the first trial resulted in a judgment against the plaintiff, lie demanded a sec ond trial, and thereupon the judgment was vacated and the cause set down for another trial, Uefore the second trial was had the plalntlu dismissed the action. He then brought a like action against the Bame parties In the Federal court, where the defendants s...

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. — 15 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 JUNE 15, FOR HOME READING : H FBIXNDSBIP. I sing of frlendnhip. 'Tie a word That's very, very often hoard, but little understood. Oiio holds an friend tho useful man Who at tho timely moment can Do hlro a deal of good. Another says a trlond la he Who'f read with hla sympathy And excellent advice, And yet another deems him one Who joins straight In the pushing fun And adds his share of spice. A (fain, you hear tho only friend la he who willing is to lend His money at the calL But none of these, though fair, will do. They haven't really got the true Descriptive touoh at alL The friends, the bona fide friends, Are thoy who when good luck attends Upon you for a season Do not commence to sneer and flout And say the whole affair's without The slightest rhyme or reason; Who do not lift their eyebrows or Deal In sarcastic metaphor, Their Hps with envy curving. Keep them, my boy I Buch frlonds are rare. But, If you have them, know that they're The sole ones worth pr...

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. — 15 June 1898

1898. 15 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. W IT M xelief This is the sequel of a terrible calamity which affected many sections of the country some years ago, A host of victims suffered disease and death, Ths survivors have now a new reason to rejoice. About seven years ago the L Grippe visited various sections of the country in its deadly might scattering disease and death among Its hosts of victims. Most of those afflicted who escaped death then, have lived on in suffering, broken in health and ambition j for the after-effects of this disease are dangerous. A Urge portion of the survivors have A feeling of oppression in the chest. A little exertion causes a violent action of the heart, described as 44 palpitation." There is mental anxiety, depression, blueness of the skin, indicating impaired circulation of the blood. The sluggishness of its circulation im pairs the functions of most of the organs the stomach and intestines fail to perform their work, while the appetite and diges tion become...

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. — 15 June 1898

16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUNE 15, 1838. Borrowed Smiles. Lucky for Her. "Poor Mra. Glbbles fcan't hear more than half her husband says to her." "That's all right; she Oughtn't to."-Cblcago Record. The War Spirit. Patriotic Cub "Papa, were you born In England?" Papa "Yes, ray son." Patriotic Cub "Say, but didn't we lick you In 1812?" Judge. A Quick Repulse "Charge!" cried the Spanish officer. . "Nay," said the shipbuilder, with a slight cough," "C. 0. D." And the deal for another war ship was declared off. Life. ."You speak," said a fond mother, Vabout people having strength of mind, but when it comes to strength of don't mind, my son William surpass any body I ever knew." Tit-Bits. ' Mistaken In Ills Man. Wallace "And did you make him eat his words?" Har groaves "No. He turned out to be one jf those fellows who would rather light than eat." Chicago Enquirer. I Wars Within Wars. "Another quar rel going on next door." "What's the matter this time?" "She wants to name the baby 'Dewey'...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

1 Devoted to rhe nteresijle Itefclt 3hop and the toil Tenth Year, No. 25. OFFICIAL 8TATB FAPKU. SI YHAlt. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 22, 1898. EVKRY WKDNKHDAV, fKICU F1VK CKNTa. Democrats Do Right. Principle, and Not Spoils, Actuated Their Convention in Its Indorse ment of the Present State Officers. GOOD GOVERNMENT INDORSED. David Overmeyer was elected tempo rary chairman of the Democrat State convention at Atchison. He congrat ulated the party on the revival of the old Democracy of Jefferson, Jackson and Benton and upon the action of the Chicago convention. He spoke in com plicnentary terms of Bryan and ex pressed a hope for his safe return from the patriotic mission upon which he is now going. He referred to the former position of Republicans In Kansas and to the party's downfall. He said that there were times when he did not like the terms upon which the result was ac complished but that he would not go .back to the old conditions. He eulo gized Governor Leedy as the greatest Governor...

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. — 22 June 1898

I 9 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUNE ti. i I STATE OFFICERS ARE RENOA1INATED. I By a Unanimous Vote All the State Officers, Including Justice V. Allen and Major Harvey, Were Again Named. f THE flETROPOLITAN POLICE ABOLISHED, i Governor -John W. Leetly. Lieutenant Governor A. M. Harvey. Amioclate Junlloe J. II. Allen. ConffreMman-at-large J. D. llotkln. Secretary or State W. E. Ituith. Attorney General -L. 0. Iloyle. Audltor-W. II. Morrlii. Treasurer I). II. Hetlebower. Superintendent of Public Instruction Wm, Stryker. The People's party State convention began business at Topeka last Wednes day. It renominated all of the present State ofllcers, demanded the Immediate suspension of the Metropolitan police law, adopted a strong platform, secured the co-operation of the Democrats and silver Republicans adjourned. It was the best Populist State convention ever held In KansaB. It was a representative body. No bosslsm was in evidence at any stage cf the proceedings. Each delegate acted for hims...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

1803. 3 rOOOOOOOCOOOOOOO THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. PEOPLE'S PARTY CANDIDATES. 0 J ! IT U I r. i, I ) A rtV ..'IV V f ' V5ir' J. D. BOTKIN, Congressman at Large. WW A. M. HARVKY, Lieutenant Governor. W. H. ORRIS, Auditor J2( m L. C. BOYLE, Attorney General IS grfr- DAVID HEFLEBOWER, Treasurer. VV. E. BUSH, Secretary of State. WM. STRYKER. Superioundent of Public Instruction. 0 o o o o o o z o o 9 O O 8 8

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. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 JUNE 22, Populist Convention Notes, E"I"I'"I" The Second dintrlct caucus adopted re submission resolutions by a vote of 65 to 40. Chief Justice Doster was elected as a delegate from Marion but he declined to nerve. The Fifth district voted almoHt solidly against the suspension of the metropol ltan police law. The election of tho State committee chairman by the committee Is a de parture from the old rule. No better reading clerk than Sol Long Is obtainable, and, in fact, few better all around men are available. Editors Armstrong. Champe and Cady were factors in the convention as news paper men are wherever they go. One of the best speeches of the con vention was that made by Editor J. C. Bradshaw of the Winfield Free Press. Senator Jumper's long suit at all times was harmony. He insisted that It must prevail if the delegates had to fight for It Ex-Senator Dumbauld seems a little out of place as a delegate from Coffey. He has not lived in Lyon for nearly a yea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. GENERAL NEWS NOTES I, A It is estimated that Letter's losses are about $5,500,000. A tornado swept over northern New York last Sunday. An army or offlccseekers still haunt the White house. About 4,000 men will go on the sec ond Manila expedition. The Boston Rubber Company has failed for half a million dollars. General Blanco announces that flags of truce will be fired on in the future. Joints and dives in the vicinity of Chickamauga camp are to be cleaned out. Admiral Dewey reports that the in surgents don't intend to take 'Manila now. A price of 101 has been offered for $100,000,000 of the new government bonds. A new camp for 20,000 men is to be laid out by the government at Fernan dina, Fla. In Austria violent riots are occurring. Petroleum workers and peasants are the belligerents. General Miles has returned to Wash ington, presumably to arrange the Porto Hico expedition. Two Oklahoma negro murderers were hung at once by a mob near Wetumpka last Thurs...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. s JUNE 22, 8 OsiiO iDeflfHM. lT4Cr i From Actual Experience. "Agriculture Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." iiRton. Sj Thinning Fruit Orchards. While thinning all fruits Is advisable, it la especially bo with orchard fruits. We hear much talk, in these days, of overproduction of fruit, but it is Hare to say that the overproduction Is con fined wholly to Inferior or ordinary Bpeclmens and not to the best or ex tra grades. As all fruit growers well know, It U Impossible to get a full crop of strictly first-class fruit. Quantity or miftlltv must be sacrificed, and when the competition is confined almost wholly to medium or Inferior grades it Is surely good business to grow and market only the best specimens. Aside from the financial advantage In growing and n.arirntinir nniv tha hout them is a de cided Increase in the ravages of fungous diseases on trees from which the fruit has been thinned. If in thinning care is taken to re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

1833. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. a conclusion that the farmers knew from experience years ago. thus science has analyzed every kind of food that the dairymen have been in the habit of feeding to their cows, and the result is that the wisdom of expe rience has been emphasized. Meet of the intelligent dairymen have not had to change their cow rations to conform to the conclusions of science. Corn is con ceded to contain all the fattening qual ities that the farmer thought it had. So also have been grass and succulent en silage been analyzed, and proved be yond a doubt to be the chief milk-making foods that could be given to the cows. 1 here Is also some value in corn stalks and other coarse feed. The nutrl meri is comparatively small, but the stomach can better digest the fine, heavy grain food when properly mixed with coarse food. All of this the farmer has found out from experience. It is a little flattering to have men of science come In and confirm old accepted views, but there Is t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, 8 JUNE 22 THE ADVOCATE row Tilt HOME AND NEWS shop ANDFAPM OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE STATE OF KANSAS. Published Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kansas OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Proprietors. Subscription Rate: One OtyU one yenr by matt, 91. in eiwm of ten or more, oy mau, one year, 75 cent each. The culvrrtirino rait of The Advocate and New are low. tMinxaU wUl lie vuuus awl rrue jur nMifl on amllcaiUm. No extra rharye for cut, etc. The piibltihcr reserve the rlaht to reject any owecivmuie ativertmny. ine rentier mi paper may cotulder any advertbcmenl which an J mar herein a rereenHnyafirm whoe rclUihu lyean he vowhexlfor the puhlMier. The Advocate wa eiahlihed in 1HM. and wa tovmlUUxted with The Kama New in txn. The Advocate and New i the offle.uu State paper, ana hat a laruer circulation than any other Kama weekly which receive advertixement. For information reaardina ulincriptioM and advcrtmny rate, amre Office: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, 116 W. Sixth Ave....

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. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND MBW8. 1898. t f t it..f.lti.1..t1iti1fi.fiiti.ti.tt..t..tiiTMfiitiitiitiiT.itn tiitufi tiitii'ntntnTntnt.if t t t t t. .1 t,.t.,f,,f.iTnT..t- -111 i I I 1 Jilt " "'" "" " """" 44444" nijji"jij.j.ijji.j.nMjMjiijiiji.jjMjj..j.iij..j..j.ijt Who the Candidates Are. - GOVERNOR JOHN W. LEEDY. Governor Leedy was born in Richland county, Ohio, March 8, 1819, on a farm. He is now 49 years old. His education was confined to the common schools, but this did not prevent him from getting a thorough training in the school of experience. In this way he has acquired a fund of information, a practical way of doing things and the ability to over come whatever obstacles there may bo in his way. He was originally a Republican. In 1872, he became a Democrat and in 1891 he began to affiliate with the Populists. He came to Kansas in 1882 aud settled at Le Roy, in Coffey county, which place is still his home. He was married in 1876 and has three children, a boy and two girls. He entered po...

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. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE All!) HEWS. 10 JUNE 22, PUBLIC OPINION rvx Kansas City Times: If TVKK MnVnll Va nana liiniAii gone to sea when ho came West he would be a commodore now and the war would be over. He has fought eighteen months since he went into office, and has never lost a battle. Kansas City Star (June 7): What , would It profit the Republican party to turn down John Seaton at the Hutchln son convention, and be Itself turned down at Its polls? John Seaton: I was severely crippled at the start by the desertion of Ice land, a citizen of my own district. The loss of two solid counties and trou ble in three or four others virtually cut , trie In two. Winfleld Free Press: W. E. Stanley, who commenced his professional career , la Kansas by beating a poor little school raa'am out of a job, has been nominated by the Republicans for Governor. Watch Lcedy swat him. Concordia Kansan: Congressman Vin cent hasn't Indulged In much Hp service in behalf of the old soldier while be has been in Congress...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 1898. 11 State Officers Are Renom inated. (Continued from pue 1.) f the entire platform waa adopted and the convention took a recess for dinner. POLICE QUESTION AIRED. After dinner J. C. Fogle, of Cherokee, moved the reconsideration of the Metro politan police resolution. Before the convention was in order it was gener ally rumored that Governor Leedy would not accept with this resolution in the platform. The delegates Heemed much inclined to resent this alleged ac tion and begau talking of others for the nomination. In view of John Brelden thal's previous assertion that he could not under any circumstances be a can didate, Attorney General Boyle was very generally talked of for the place. In the discussion of the motion to recon sider the resolution was again thor oughly discussed. Those who favored retaining the police, seeming to realize that the convention was emphatically against the system, offered to compro mise by making the resolution favor the repeal...

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. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUNE 22, 5 Opinions of Convention Work. 4- Leavenworth Times (Rep.): In this Instance they unquestionably voiced the will of the great majority of the people who long ago became dissatisfied with the metropolitan police system and justly hostile toward it. Kansas City Times: There was noth inff to gain and everything to lose by the nomination of an Independent Dem ocratic ticket. To have placed one In the field would have made Kansas Dem ocrats an auxiliary Republican force and restored the intolerable political condi tions In that State which proscribed a citizen because he was a Democrat. Ex-Governor Lewelllng: As to the Metropolitan police law, It is well known that, personally, I am against that. I have had some experience with the Metropolitan police law. I don't think, however, that this was exactly the best way to dispose of It. The Leg islature, which created it, should assume the responsibility of Its first repeal. Dave Leahy: There Is no machine here...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 13 POPULIST PRINCIPLES. State Platform Declarations Strong, Clear and Advanced. The resolutions as finally adopted by the Populist State convention ore as follows. Many papers got the resolu tions mixed up, but the following is ab '.solutely correct: "We hereby reaffirm our allegiance to the People's party national . platform adopted at St Louis In 1896. We commend the State administration for its patriotic and vigorous defense of the rights of the people and its effi cient and economic conduct of State af fairs. We commend the action of the Populist members of the last Legisla ture In passing laws that have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars to the people of Kansas. We also commend the course of our Senator and Represen tatives in Congress for their opposition to Issuance of interest-bearing bonds and the encroachments of corporate power upon the rights of the people, and their vigilant devotion to the In terests of their coustituents. We demand tha...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

14 JUNE 22, FOR HOME READING U5 V THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. TIIK MIICKOB. My mirror tolls mo that my face is fair, And can I doubt but that it tolls me true? My mirror says that I have golden hair And ohoeka liko the wild rose and eyes of bluo. 2 sny, "Do I indeed these oharma posnowi, 0 trusty gUiesf" My mirror answers "Yea." Whan lovers' tales this heart all free from cars Have surfeited with flattery's cloying sweet, Unto my mirror do I straight ropair And cry: "O mirror, is this all deceit? Bay, do I merit pralne and fond careHsT" Then doth my trusty mirror answer "Yes." Deem mo not vain, I pray, for well I know That when life's skies have lout their rosy hue 1 mnst ono day unto my mirror go And say, "Oh, tell me, mirror, is it true That every day my youthful charms grow IohsT" Then mtut my trusty mirror anawor "Yes." And, oh, I trust that in that later day, The time of silvered hair and fading sight, When I unto my looking giant shall say, "O mirror, with my beauty's waning light ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Wotko For thirteen years this woman suffered front a help less infirmity which baffled skillful medical treatment She was restored to health in a remarkable manner and is now helpful to other sufferers. For thirteen ye&rs Mrs. George L. Rogtn, of Wat Main Street, Canton, N. Yn suffered from the incUscribftbl tortures of influnn outory rheumatism. Only persons who have been afflicted with this disease know what such suffer ing is. Those who have never felt the pangs of this ailment have not the remotest idea of its tortures. For years this was aa obstinate disease to cure. In recent years, however, there has been formulated a remedy which successfully copes with it. The many cures effected by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People attest to that fact One of the striking examples is Mrs. Rogers' experience. In speaking of it to a reporter she said t "Thirteen years ago I was attacked with inflammatory rheumatism and a complica tion of diseases. 44 1 cannot...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 June 1898

' THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 June 22, ism. Borrowed Smiles. Official of Fire Department. "Ia this ' friend you want to get on the force a bright aort of a fellow?" O'llarrlgan "Sure he ain't bright enough to Bet the worruld afoire, ez ye might nay, but I'm thlnkin' he'd do a good dale helpln' put it out wanst it got a-goln'." Har por'a Bazar. Thoroughness. "It has taken a long time to locate the Spanish ships," said one citizen. "Yea," replied the other, "but there'a some satisfaction in re flecting that when we do get them lo cated a groat many are likely to re main In that neighborhood for several centuries." Washington Star. "Well, how did that sonata go that you have been practicing all winter?" nsked Mr. Dobbs, as his daughter came home from her music club looking weary and disgusted. "Oh, they talked so much about the origin and formation of the 6onata," said his daughter, "that there wasn't any time left to play." Harper's Bazar. How It Could Be Done. "The way to free Cuba Is ...

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