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

THE ADVOCATE. 33 CONCEIININU Till HAN Kit UK' Y I'lLI To the K.lltor of Thk Arvo(!Aric: I hfi upaeo in your valuable columns fur a few remaaks for tho ccod of tho Older. During the campaign juf it "cloned "so triumphantly, but few of ua jddJiy at tontloa to the Torrey banhrujtcy bill. It was on the iufWtIon ofttenator Plumb referred back to th judlnary commit tee to amend. TnuUlnK It apply to only voluntary bankrupts, rovolutionlz Ing the whole ochemo, maklnJit favora ble to debtors when the original Inton tion cf the bill was to aiviiat creditors in breaking up every debtor in the country If there was any money in It to them, or u coterie of legal lights or If they had Bplto agnlnHt a debtor. lUther thftn'do'anythlun favorable to the debtor portion" (poor dovlln) of the community, the bill along aide of the force bill waa laid over until i December and the people could be heard from. In spite of Buch'.a loud.hearlng &.J the poo p!e have'gjven, the Bhylocka are now bending every...

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 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. crncJAt D3rtroTCfiY. ATI 0 HAL FA P.:i ZZiV 1 I.I.IA NCJ5 At?S iNDtJimtiAL imiorr. :fkrr .'.Vnf, L, I Polk, WoK!-J7fn, P. 0. V2 n J'n ilituiit.. ..I'l. II. Clover. Cum uld jn, Kan. (i wri-tary J. 1(. T'm'T, VVufiMfi'.twi, Ja 0. I n nurer II. V. liYkrnnn, l utico, Mo. f. !,, T, II tl.J l,i ,-,n ft ' i..if .tu' vrj Ct)u,nril ThrM) yearn, 1C A. 1'iUty, , a Aeon, iuii.N: twi VMirM. iwe MivCwtten.- Af.f .; out year, J'.ntn Joins, Dublin 'ii ...H.fii' OunmUUe-V. W. AM .line. 1 '.!, vm, p, C; Alon.o Wurd.iil, Huron, rkNilh i UivMj J. I'. JllUu.v.11, PulMiMlO, imn. CZTIZXN.'r ALLIANCE OF KANSAS. President.. .....I). C. Zerdtcr, OUthe, Kan. Vn -r'iil,1inf Ira ll tfl'iwr.s ',ilrn liua Man f"H!'y..W. F. Jtightmlre, Cof.u'mwood Ffclla, Kan. i ii .iniiici id ii. i uiu-i, lu-n ru, Lecturer H. II. r'nyiW, Kln.rrr.an, HUn. Ji'rf(i(('a 'mnnW'i. Ht dlnlrtct, Jijhn r'.tod Vrdj 'JjkJ district, 14. 11. FoyjSd district, . JiJil;4Mid!iitr!i't, (5. W. Marsh, Cluilrmaa, To l ini, Xarmivd; till...

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 November 1890

I t 5' 'THE ADVOCATE. If .it AOniCULTUEAL II BOILER For Cooking Fd for Stock, Neutlng Wator and QmaiVJnfj $!oiti lor Varloui Purpoita. For descriptive Circular and Prlco I.l.it, addrc Uio maau facturur, C. II. W. tUCJCINEON, KtUutuoo, XlUAi, Id the iii:st Malawi MICD3CINI3 for the Rnori1 athnc nt of Howa, Cattle, IIoci and rih.M'p. Thy purify the blood, prevent and cure dlwuiito. Horn-it and r!lahle, la honest package; uikmI and warruntod for ovir twenty ywira. Jvryone owning a horse or canto mould Klve It atrial. Made by Kmmrht I' nor in eta a r Co., Chicago. Hold by all dnitfKlata. THE EMPORIA "rV 0121311. AXt HTUTITUTJC AND EYE AND UAH INFIRMARY, Forthacuraof Chronlo and 3ariieal DUmlkml DeformlUea, ato., U a lUite chartered hutltutlon. pernmneutly located at Emporia, Kaonaa. Major and fine aurglcal operation! a apoclaHy. Ovarian or any other abdominal or uterine tu men iklUful!y removed. riU1, flotilla an 1 cn cera cured without theuaeof kuifo or Utfature. Croi eyea itrslhteuod,...

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 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE l'"3 1 Tnu;,i::uLL. ctocatj & alleii JJ2CD CO.. Crtc, fkU, Cm ar4 Tw tii, CnUit ", Ho. M-ia r. ki Ave, KANSAU CITT, UO. MSAS CM MB UNIVERSITY fY;. Jus City, Mo., Now York Life bulUItng. F. I.. Mellravy. jirrNltliTit and principal of roller of I' i n 'ii'hn: w. i). Melton, vice pirrm.inn aim iinnnpiu or moan iiupioyHii hcihhh or Riioiuiatiu: . W. I.!riiliil('y, iH'rtiry hii1 tmiiiii'ir, ml i)dsi tiul ncliool of Kngllidi. A progressive school w!th progrcuslve teachers for progrcwilvo t:r!icn. Itimtui'Nii course unexcelled. Hycteru of short liivn.l imuitered hi hits t!ian half the tl?uo rriii.lrcd by Reboot using any of the old methods. Hue rcwriilly taii.',lit by mill. KngllMh course UuHroirgh. Hpcrlal Kiteutloii given to branches required for civil service (HAtnlnntloiiR. Ten e xperteiued ta iu-fioiM iirul lecturer, nil Niiecl.tllut. (Iraduutr'S ruled la fii'i in l.i'r 'irtiiloy (itont. Over fiuo at our former graduates am now holding lucrative ponl ttonii, Over of t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

) 767 if ' " Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 15. TOFEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890. 10 PAGES. THE LATK SENATORIAL ELECTION IN GEORGIA. The election of ex-Governor, er-3ona tor John II. Gordon, of Georgia, to tho United States Senate, on November 18, 1800, as the successor to Senator Joseph K. Drown, nn ex-governor of the state, waa a political occurance that called forth very much remark and considera ble Inquiry from 'many portions of our common country. Tua Advocate has been written to by many correopondenta concerning it, and It here preeents something to Its many rondera that aiay nerve aa a partial expla nation of how it came to pnas. It ia in perfect order here to state that actual, complete success to a political movement must noodd come through r,i organihtlon formed politically for thi exprom purpone of fully consummating the objects soriously Bought to be ac complished, and scarc...

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

2 THE ADVOCATE. ttSVlJiW 08" THE UTl ELECTION To iho ICMor (4 Thk Aovohatic. As I have never read any articles from this part of tho stats, I thought I would pen a fiw lines for your valuable paper. Tho alliance hero in Atchison county li In a flourishing condition In the trucf t sense of the word. Although there are eome of the people of the g. o. p. order who Bay we are panning through a vtiry critical period, while it may si'eta that way to Rome. I look at it In a different light We an a people have achieved a groat victory, and what we want to do now is to push right ahead and see what V2 has In store for ub. There la always a dark period juut before day, and this is the dark period. In a few short years the voice of the people shall be hoard and heeded. Here, In Atchison county, John J. In galls' homo, we have elected H. I Fisher for representative, a man who Id an old soldier and n ruan who Is not ashamed to Btarid boldly on the platform of the people's party, and a man that n...

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

THE ADVOCATE. 3 -.c.'.---- "".r-.' . ' , . , V.; v.. . ' TT , ....... . w . LtflTOOLiN'S nOAJ&T (GOOD) 3 13G. Winner of First Trlza at Kaunas Stat Fair, WW, Imported and owned by F. fl. IE t x & Co., Topeka, Kan.ia.1. JAY GOULD AM) Til K M'KINLKT BILL To tho Kdltor of Thk Advocate: In a late interview concerning the ef fects of the changes In the tariff lawB, as brought about by the McKinley bill, Jay OouM 1b reported aa Baying, "If It in creases the cost of Borne articles, people will simply use less of them. Take wool for instance. If the tariff on wool makes clothing cost more, then a person will get along with one suit where ho would otherwise have two." Which poreon dooa he mean? Does he speak of himself and other millionaires who can have two suits or twenty, just aa the notion may sei,e them, tariff or no tariff? If so, then it would not matter if one suit were dropped. But if he means to include the thousands of honest, in dustrious men, who, because of the ab sorpti...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

4 THE ADVOCATE. i a 7""" jdmak I'uWlnLcd Kuiy WeduiMday by the ADVOCATE PUDLISHI7JG CO. H. MrLAl.Uff. President. ) hu .1. P. LiMAiiuitVKit, Uus. Manntror, rn a W. T. llnoww, Himi'v Treasurer, J Froprletori n. .yw.lai.un, junior. At an. Annu L Uioort, J. (J, JIXIIIIAIUI, Associate Editors, TKKMS OF BUIIUCKIPTION One Copy One Year fl.OO Twelve fdpUn ono yi'iir JiO.no l-Juou oi l weuty copies or over f .BO each. AdrtrtLtlng IlaU'B. Display Matter, 15 cunts per lino, Aaalo ineaif- nrrinom u imcs io mo nu n) Iteadlim Notices, 30 cents pT linn. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Toptka Kansas. TOPEKA, KAN., DKCEMIJKK 3, 1800. (Entered as second claim mutter in th l'ont Onloo at Topekfi, Kann.w.) Hi'LciAL ci,un war. Tnji Advooati A National Eoonornlnt. .$1.75 " Chicago Express. 1.75 " " Deifcor Free Frees 1.75 " Nonconformist ..1.75 " Kamun Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 " " KanntM Farmer. 1.75 " " Weekly Nation-Mat.... 1X0 The final return of the population of Ka...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 5 how pi;ny the nxtotrat appear IN Til Kill WRATH. TLo Phillipsburg Independent, in noticing some stupid, calumniating Matter in tho official hint paper of Kanfloa, thus forcibly and sturdily re fers to tho wjrso tlian maudlin utufT that appeared in tho Capital: "Kansas In (.'outfit's" Is Jim caption of an ar ticle from tho Topeka OipW.i, full of slander and lie iilMmt tho Congressmed elected by the people's party and how astonishingly It was copied by paper of like sentiment-for Instance, thoPhllllpsburg DUnuiMi. It must bo very good and interesting reading matter to tin fanners of Phillip county, and particularly Hume who be long to tho alllarwo, to be informed by that "An anias" of literature, J. K. Hudson, that Clover, Paker, Davis and Simpson, have no Intelligence, experience or Inllucnco, that they are "dema gogues and plobald political rustlers," and that the great state of Kansas that has .stood In the rank of the most self respecting states through such men as...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

A FEW THOUfijm ON THE QUESTION 0 prohibition. NO. IV. Bona cno hannont m marked copies of The Weekly I'mut, published at Krukm City, Kansas, containing ar ticle: favoring tho resubraiiision of our prohibitory amendment to a voto of tha pvopIS. Ah thoso articles prosont ncnio of tho principal arguments that have been urged in favor of resub mission, wo propose in tho present number to examine, in tho order of their presentation, tha foundation upon which they roat. An illogical argument is valueless for tho purpose for which it is designed, and if thoso hsre presented prove to bo of this character our roaubminoion friends will bo under, tho painful nocomity of trying again. We propop.o to treat them with porfoct fairness. If wo misrepresent thorn in any way it will bo unintentional, and wo will gladly make corrections when our attention is called to auch mis representation In return for this fair treatment we desire our resubmission friends to give our arguments equally fair .con sid...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 'J SOME VIEWS 0? RKTR LSENTATIVE IOU(J LAS, OF SEDGWICK. Hon. George L. Doughs, of Wichi ta, in one of tho few republicans of the lant House of Representatives who in now a member el?ct. In tho lnnt House ho was chairman of the Houho judiciary committee, mil wan ono of tho moHt active of tho Kansas legislators of WX The following is from a rejiort of an interview that tho Wichita Eayle has publifihod of Mr. Douglas' opin ion of tho newly elected House: I believe the farmers, who constitute an over whelming majority of tho Houko, urn animated by a patriot!; desire to work for the welfare of the Mtiifc, ami, ho far us 1 am allowed to do 10, ( projHJNt) to Join with them earnestly and heartily. Tho gulf between tho farmer and lawyers In wholly Imaginary. Men of common Nonsr, no matter what their occupation, always get along well togot her. It Im only tho cranks who make trouble.. My Uellcf In that th strong common louuoofthe Kansas fanner will be tlu striking feature of t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

3 THE ADVOCATE. ROME HEFTJBUCA.V AND OTIIEfl THOUGHTS ON INT. ALLS, lion- Honry Kllinton, tho state Monitor from tho Second district Atchison county furnishes tho To peka Capital woven specific cantos, among bis numerous "causes and in fluences chargoablo with our lato al most overwhelming disaster;" his "our" referring to the "republican party." Lot all citizens of Kansas and of tho nation notice tho following from Senator Elliston:, MxthThon, tho attempt to subvert the whole IMirty to tho promotion of tho Intercut of a single candidate, for the 1'nltcd States Senate, aud to io shape affairs that party success meant Inevitable disaster f,o more than M) man who had equal right to aspire, and who have each state given greater promise of ability to serve the and distinguish themselves than he had at the time of hid flrHt election, thereby creating dissert tloo amoi'ft those whose services were moot needed, has al way s seemed a course of unequalled folly. It was not enough that ho sho...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. ATT&VriON TO THE CHEAT PAPE1 OF " KANSAS AND OF THE NORTH. The Advocate moat respectfully would call tho attontion of tho gen eral public to its Bubucription rates, which aro bo liberal an to challenge favorable consideration from all flec tions of our common country ; divcotod, efl tho papor in, of tho gospel of hato, tad enamored, aa its columns mc;t clearly show, of a spirit that would invoko tho good of all by each, and of each, by tho great body politic llonco it knows no north, no aouth, no cast, no wont, but a common, indi ? iaiblo and moiit thoroughly re-united country upon tho gOHpol basis of "Ponco on earth, good will to men." suBHcnirTiON iuteb. Individual subNcrlbers from now until January i,Wi $1.00 A frco copy to any ono who sends Tub Advocate tho names of sii sub scribers for oho year, at $1.00 each accompanying tho order. BI'ECIAL OLUD LIST. Till AnvocATicand National Economist... $1 73 " " Chicago Express ,173 " " Dexter Free Vkkh I 73 " " Nonconfo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

10 THE ADVOCATE KANSAS HOUSE 0' KFJ'BOTiTATTO FOR MD1. The following is a Hot of the newly dtctfd mem bora of the houao of repre iieutatives, giving their oounty, politlcfl, and poutollka ftddfesn. "11." elgolflos re publla.m; "11. R," resubinluHlon republl can; T." peoplo, and "D." Democrat: l-Donlphan, J I). Williamson. It., Troy. 3Atclifiton, John Henton, It., Atcliluwi. 3 " K. 1'. Fisher, 1"., Nortorivl!le. 4- JrffPfHon, II. riitruK'V, It., MclmUi. .. it f l.n.urA II 'l')ininniiinvlld O-Leavenworth", F. V. Wliiard, It. It., I-eavW worth. 7-Leavenworth, S. K. Neoley, D., Ixuivtffi- worth. 8 -Leavenworth, T. (7. Crattf, I'., F.mtoii. " F. M. ;.i!no. 1. Lanalnir. 10 Wyjindottrt, .1. (). Mllner, I). Armourdale. II . a. nuram, i ., ni uncus. l'j-.IolinMoi), 0. M. Dickson, I'., F.ilneiton. 1.1 -IXumhiH, . N. DlHUoir, It., Kudyra. It N, Nlnimoiis, K., lAwrenre. 15-Franklln, I'. I. F.lder, I'., Princeton. III- " .1. I'. Hlevens, P., WdlKvlIlo. 17 -Miami. J. M. Coons. P.. Hertnjr Mil. 18...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

THE- ADVOCATE. If From Lebo, Kan, Editor Advocate: Not hearing ray thing from our lodgp, No. 2.CC3, 1 take pliMWuro la ouylng that it la atill grovrlnj ami in & proHpwroua condition, aaJ from what wo can loam other lodges nro In th name condltloo, which wo hoi to b the cime. The leiwon which we derive from Buch an turnout deaire of the tim ing and laboring dtuwm U to unlto into one dhmolublo band or union and lend a helping hand to opprcnflwd humanity, and destroy that well known curse, monopoly (an enemy to God and a curse to man), by which they are governed to-day. Thla will require united action to ddfltroy, and thin 1b what the Farmers' Alliance U dtv termlned to do If in ltd power. If not, Clod, who lathe supreme ruler of the unl- veroo, in able If we fall. God the omnipo tent reigns supreme, and woe be unto you who take away the liberties of II Ls people; and yet there are men who will allow themaelvea to be tied to the utump of political corruption and uphold mo- nopoly I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

I J. IX A.JI Jit KJUt V . CLOVER TO FJfflXLN3, t Camiiridor, Kan., Nor. 1. 1S0O. In.IJ. Jf. IYrMn,Af.C. Dkah Bin: Pardon tha liberty I take ia CAllieg your attention to Borao matters that seem of great importance During thoctiapalgajuotonlol I found great compklnt from the o-T-unlomioldlers and cthns, to the effect that the administra tion had not properly recognized the sol diers In regard to the distribution of oflclal patronage, I mention the post ofilce at Arkanoas City, Columbus, Cher ry vale, Winfleld and many other places aa examples of the Idoa I wish to convey. The laws of our etato Bay that all elae being equal, the ooldlers shall have first consideration, and it is claimed that the now exiting state of affaire la a viola tion of the spirit, If not the letter of our h'.vs. Examination of the books and reports show a very great discrimination between the number of pentilona and ratbgi of the different etates, notably Ktmta and Indiana. Kansas, at came ratio to to numbers an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 13 the :ma of tux f. a. and i. v. as AM KDLTATOIl IN IVUWM ECONOMY. To the Killtor of Tiiie Advooatr. All political reformer, no doubt, fool much encouragement aa a result of the lata election In Kaneiirt and other states and It Li proper that wo allow ouraelvc a little breathing spell after the long aud severe struggle which led to thia partial victory. I Bay partial victory, because we munt not flutter ourHolvce that we have more than fairly entered the Held of conflict. The momentary lull In active movements may well be Bpent In holding a council of war, In conferring together aa leaders of the grand move inent, In order to plan wisely for still more momentous agrrennive warfare, What has already been accomplished hua greatly eurpriood and chafed our over iiangulne foe; and tosuppOHe that he will not arouse himself from his apathy and bring Immediately to bear upon the weakest point of our works the strength of hla continued forces, la to commit an almost fatal blun...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

14 THE ADVOCATE. OFFICIAL Cir.lOTOHY. NATIONAL WAliyitiKff AtXUKCS AND lNJrST2iIAL UNION. PrffclLint L. I, Polk, Wwl -Iton, !. C. Vice i'n-!di)iit....H. U- Clover. Cambridge, Uo. I ''vwtarj J. H. Turner, vVMUtrxMi, 1. 0. Tiw.aumr II. W. Hickman, I'm bo, jl.'.o. Lecturer IteO Terrt.il, VVanMnjrioii. !.C. Cwwi'-fiM tWuni-Tbrfl ywtrs, It. A. J'aUy, IsVien, Hi u i; tw years, Ismc ftrCrnekon, Ar5r.; o'aw yer, Kvan Joni-s, I fur; in, Tex. L.,c,ciHve ftmmMe& W, ttleCune. Wash- Intn, D. C.; Alonzo Warritx!!, Huron, Kvut Iijuu; J. v, Xuiman, paiuiotto, i4iua. CITIZENS' ALLIANCE OUT KANSAS. Prud ent I. C. fcorrlter, Olathe, Kan. Vk Pr fll. nt..Tr 1). UWa, Columbus, K.m. Mecy.. W. P. lUtflitinlre, Cottonwool Kaltn, Ran. Trwtnurftr W. If. I'orUir, 0w;, Kn. Lecturer. ........... H. II. Hny'Jfr. Klniman, lUa A'rccuflvs (UmmUUi.Ui Olstrtc-t, John MUxt Hrd; and district. K. 11. Foy; 8d district, O. Hill; 4iii d!trlctt C. W. Marsh, Chairman, To pelts, Kansas: BMi district, A. JFeo'iuonet: th dia...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

15 BRASS FOUNDRY AND MACHINE S1IOI us Caste, Fatten ail Uoflels Of evory deiicrlption made to ctiUr. Repair Steam Pomps, Steam Enginss, Mill and Farm Llzchirrry l&anuracturcra or CLARK'S PATENT LUBRICATORS AND GUAGE COCKS For efiUumtei address limn mention this paper. 623 Kan. As Korth Topalii, kaniaa 0 W . A -A V i V'A . V r 1 " ' If Aant want! in ivry town to Imncllt our Btove Itopalrs. In 1 SjU SlG llif p U u Tho Kansas Alliance .Exchange Company is now located in Kannaa City, Kansan, in the Hustod Building, Minnooota Aventjo. The Socrctary of the company, II. V. Sandusky, has moved his oflico from Topeka to tho same place. The buflinona managemfmt is now in tho hands of tho eiccutivo oorami too, which is composed of throe members of the board of diroctors. Last year the business was done with the stockholders only. The county trustee stockholders at their annual meoting in Ootober instructed tho board to adopt tho co-operative plan of business. In compliance with said instru...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 December 1890

ig 'nm ADVOCATE I 'J - j 'l a TRw:?at?LL( err. r aii & Aurn 5 3 1 3 COi C.tt. MjM J T.-s f';, td.2- tc'A Ct, it w,i fc, r C ' L'2i T mi 3 D 8 L:j u ... iisisliTf lis mm, K.tri;ia; n'y. Mo... New Void Ufi bulM!ni. K. I MeflravY. president Mir! principal of collie of j. .;h. -W. o W. l(.on, vic.n prf r!,t.'Kt eiiJ prladiuj cf ,U.an-iuplyftn acfloul of shorttiund: W. W. 1 Jiu! 1i y, secretary and iM'iim.rrr, r,nJ pirla. school of Li'liiti. A pro;ri'rtiilve school wM rni'.TiM !ve Ir-U'licrt for lirdirn.lu Lain. I.u.al reus cHtrs luioxeellnd. Ujhl-m of .'iort I nii.l i.i;,. in c.l In ! i Uiaa baa the uae re-mutd ly muw!i uuk.x uy of Uw oil uunjuxla. Hue r.u;,?vi tAulil by will. Kajtllr.h cotusc tl.opn.rh. Mcechilrueutlon Riven to munches rTilrd for rlvtf I'Tvli'it ear;it;utMoiii. lorj exiMirb-u'ivWl k-.n-Jws and Imams, aU eiteeHUitU, Graduates iiM.tntiifl In soeurh'it rty.'-ynirtjt. Over fit,-) of our fornnrtrdiuit'.s are now holdus lucrative vvd Horn. Over ','uo of Uw h aaltitf btmt...

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