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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

THE ADVOOATH ll Complete Course ol Shorthand by lai Tho Famous American Sloan-Duployan Syitem, Acknowledged by all to be the Simplest, Most Legible and Rapid in Exlatence, Taught by Mail In the Most Thorough Manner by KAMkJAH CITY, MI8SOI7UI. Heidquarturs for the AmsHcan Stoan-Ouploytn SystsmJlatss fUductd from $20 to $5 This Offer Holds Cood Only for 30 Days from January ttt Rad Carefully the Outline of Our Plan of Teaching and Other Valuable Information Given Below Concerning the Course, etc., and Enroll as a Member of Our Correipondlng Class at Once. OIIOnTII-A-UD. John Bright, speaking of its importance, said, "Its advantages are incalculable." No other profession offers so many inducement. It given permanent, respectable and profitable employment to huudrods and thousandth The number of shorthand writers is rapidly increnning, yet the openings for such service are not tilled, becaune the demand is greater than the supply. This will continue to be the cano, for the standard of p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

14 THE ADVOCATE. H. TAYLOIt, IVfirl, DlrktiiMon Co., Bhort , h nnn, roiii.iid China UorA Ktwun Turkeys. f. GalloTay and Tolled Angus Of my own raWivc, from Imported damn; fche very best stoc'i. 1 Ices low. A. J. (JJIOVKEI, M u9fiota.il, Kaa. l"kfma m.incloii Til Advocat. M TTTirn IT A A Nl) HO UTl I W EST K 2t N KEN. W JN i1;! 1. T. Hnokk, Votortnar Burgeon, rrtti,rUit(iir, No. 1W7 H. Wichita Ht., U Jl. Vl-.',.iU, Ks. Ilreedor of Imported Dogs, Iin bmx U. lurnurds, Newfoundlands, Knfllali loaches, Oernum, EmOUh and Irish rl';', (tfrt Ianor Oermau I)gjrt English Mastitis. 1 mil Terriers and J'uks. Fo Hounds, Large ud t"mad lilaek-anrt-Tans, Irish Belters, King Charlen, : Iter aud Japanese Fpanlel. Knghsu hwdmrds, Bcolch Terriers, Haul vs Mxl una, J-iNdr. and others always oh hand. Addresa wim stump. Mention Ihjo Auvocatk. RIVERSIDE HERDS A. ? r J jAviiAWKitiL" "U. 8." and "Onwako" at bkd of beard. , V, RANDOLPH A CO., Emporia, Kan. Kny you law thin la Tub Advocate. 4. r ttu .'!. iuH....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

Mi ASS FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. Brass telins, Patois il Ms Of very deBcrlptloa made to ortlor. Opair Steam Pumps, S12211 Engirt, Pill ad Farm llz&mrf. rXinuuitiiTfti or CLARK'S PATEfJT ;iU0HICAT00S AND GUAGE COCKS. For estimate adlrea P!' mention thin paiwif. 621 Ka. Ave, Ka" TodbIu, Manual. U. i 1 1 1 Mi1' 1 Amenta wimUt in vry town to hitnxlU onr Mtov J tipl rm. T IEEE 33 IB llHfi Tho Kansas Allicnco Exchange Company in now locatod in Kanesa Uity, Kansas, m the Houtod Budding, Minneeota Avonwu. Tho Secrctaxy of the company, II. W. Sandusky, has moved his office from Topclia to the name place. The basinet management is now in tho hancb of tho executive commit tee, which is composed of throe members of the board of diroctora. Last yoar the businoio WP3 done with the etocldiolders only. The county trudoe stockholders at thoir annual mooting in October instructed tha board to adopt tho co-operative plan of business. Ta compliance with paid tastruo tiona the board has resolved to ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

1 y to XHS ADVOCATE r, '"'') "' '' f '1 1 l l.:d CO.. r. vn H'7 Q C:::?.iy. Tcvn:h!p and Cc!:o:I District Records and Supplies. ESlanlua of n very Description. GEO. 17. CRANE & CO., Topcka, Kansas. 5 jnd Lt G v iral or Uw C.tJ.'Ci't. Emporia, Kansas, i;tro:iTi:it.i and urtKtfDEits 07- BE Ellisl SMrc GlyflGsflalGPeMeim HL'o st.o.rd ceed stmuous asid oms. Our horses weir srlertvd by A number of the firm direct from the breeders of Europe, and are T - SdSof i in' . t houmI prize wlnnun of the Old Worl J. We paid ipot vauh f or ail our sUck i-d Jot were not oblirwd to take the n-ftwe from dealers at exor- f,i;ift flKurX ortl5rto obMn credit, thereby enabiii.fi us to sell bettor animal at bettor price., L y "r time and a lower rate of interna than afmoHt any other firm In Anwrii::. We aS system of mipnUnfi companies and stock yn icatoiin this r'imtrv andbmre" 1 Woe.nll peela aUenilon to our reference. Uy these It will be Si i tlfat we are not an lln on commission the refuse home of d...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

) AM i i I in K, v ' ? v kf ' Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 20. TOFEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1891. 10 PAGES. 1 i i " THE NATIONAL COUNCIL. Proceeding of the, Meeting at Orulu, Florida, Dr-winler 2.1 !)(). r.v.:ri tho National Economist. KIXTH DAY. Monday Morning, Dec. 8, 1800. Meeting called to order at 8 o'clock, President Polk In tho chair. Prayer by the chaplain. Minutes read anil approved. Moved by Mr. Livingston that the Btatemcnta in tho Tinics-Union of Jack sonville, Via., quoting the nnedjjlijil of this convention on Saturday, aro In correct, and that thla body ia not rospon Bible for a Blngle line of statement In that paper. Ileport of tho committee' on demands: Section 1. We domand the abolition of national brink, and that the government shall establish eulKtraisnrHes. or dop'fPi toriea in the Bevoral Btatos, which sub treasuries shall loan money to the pooplo on approved securi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

2 THE ADVOCATE. committee herein referred to. The following from the Farmers' A 111- unco and Industrial Union of Illinois wn received: Wbfren', The groat World' Fair And Co. lurnMan Imposition i to bo hold lu Chicago in IK'J.'I; and whereas agricultiiri ooniiiitutc the moht importi7it Indurttry of oour try; and wherea if, il ueual,, the great ill teres! in neglv;ted bf Hho ciana(lriifcnt of it exhibit given in soma ohscuro or out of tho wny place untuld injury will rcuult; therefore he it . Unsolved by the Fanner' alliance and In dustrial Union of Illinois, That tho National Alliance be requested to take some step to have the management to appoint 00100 of our member to look after the interest of agriculture generally, and after the welfare of micb. of our member ait may dusiro to virtit or mahe exhibit at tho fair. Unanimously adopted at Springfield, 111., October 'M, IT. (. Flood, Stute Secretary. Read and adopted. Mr. McDormott Introduced the follow ing, which was adopted; In ac...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

TH S ADVOCATE. Davie, Went Virginia; (. T. Ilarbeo, Vir glnia; P. II. Maxson, Kansas. On auditing N. C. Vestel, California; J. K. Jarnltfrtn, South Carolina; A. V. Van Doren, South Dakota. On constitution -N. 15. Alexander, South Carolina; If. C. Doming, Penn sylvania; T. It. CarHkadon, Went Vir ginia; M. L. Crum, Illinois; Frank Mc (rath, Kansas; J. M. Perdue, Texas; Mann Page, Virginia; L. Leonard, Mia Bourl; J. V. Stewart, Indian Territory; W. L. Peek, Georgia; M. D. Davie, Ken- tucky. On claim of Arkansas Farmers' and Laborers' Union J. P. Oliver, Alabama; (J. L. Clark, Texan; S. A. Houston, West Virginia; A. D. Laf argue, Louisiana; E, A. Moye, North Carolina. On communication from director-gen eral of world's fair and Columbian expo nition .1. K. Carnkadon, Went Virginia; II. L. Loucks, Bouth Dakota; A. E. Cole, Michigan; It. 15. Vance, North Carolina; M. L. Crum, Illinois. On permanent summer encampment II. C. Domming, Pennsylvania; Hugh Mitchell, Maryland; Robt. Hoverley, Vi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

THE LDVOOATR 4 Published Kvery VedmuvLiy by ADVOCATE PUDLISHIHG CO. B. MrLAi.r.iif, rri'nt.1uit, ) p,, J. I. LiMKiiuMNXit, I'm. MAiinger, V . . J. T. ituowM, Kwi'y Trcanurer, ) "Opnoors H. Mc1.am.iw, IWltor. JMu,t!r,A,,,,'rt' ocMeMtori, TKIIM3 OK BUBMCKUTIOM ,, One Copy One Year .'.W.Oft Twelve copies unn year J.'O.CJ Clubs of I wenty copies or over, f.KU each. Advertising Kate. Display M alter, '.) cents per line, AR.ite mean Uf uuxtl (14 lines to the Inch) itouiln. Notices, i) cents iwr lino. Addroiis all communications to tli ADVOCATE Pl'ELlSMIXa CO. TopiU Kinus. ToWl KAN (Entered ansooond clans matter in the Font Oioe at Topoka, Kaunaa.) NPECIAL NOTICE. No single subscription to Tiik Ad vocate" will bo taken aftor this date for lofiH than 11.00, tho price for ono year. m TIIK INDEPENDENT POLITICAL BIOVE MENT. The determination of tho Kansas Farmers' Alliance not to Join the third party movement was very flmAtchlmm ChavqtUm. Ai the south will not follow the toad of Gen eral Ktee ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

THIS ADVOOATEL THE INGALLS ItLl'STEIttlM COME TO Tho voters of tho Thirty-second fc-Jonnlorial district elected on tho IJOth tilt, Hon. S. C. WMer, of Cloud county, to 1111 tho vacancy caused ly tho deceaso of Senator K. K. Swear ingen last October. Sir. Wheeler ob tained CO por cont of tho voto of tho district, and tho showing is that tho people's party were in bettor shape at tho lato election than they woro in November. In 188(5 Mr. Wheeler was called tho ''third party" candi date for Representative in tho Sovonty-siith Representative rlwtrict, and ho then had 5 per cent, of tho voto cast, but now ho in pro-eniinout-ly a member of tho numi party in Kansas politics. HJtNATOIt INGALLS' LAST 8PEKCH IN TIIK NRXATK. On tho day of Ingalls' departnro for Kansas, December 20, 181)0, ho do livorod himself of a rambling, slat torly, vapid kind of a speoch, dosti tuto as a wholo of general form or comliness, and intended probably oh a Boctional effort, with a vain hopo that it might attract...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

0 THE ADVOCATE. THE MOST OUTUAUKOUM LltC OF THE H3AS0.V. Tho following nnsociatcd prcus dis patch w now going tho rounds of tho partisan preis. It in ft fair namplo of tho kind of justice that the Far-; incrV Allianco raay oxpoct from tho agents of thin modorn institution for tho dk'jorainatinn of knowledge (T) among tho poople: Kvanh, Kauaas, DoccinJicr lrt.--Ovr !'K f.ir men' alliance won, masked, have removed three loan company tenants by force from farm re cently oold ty Ho sheriffs under foreclosure pro ceeding, and have put tho ordinal owners, James H. Itiiun, 8. Karnes, and John Casnldy, In possession. Tho loan on the land win made by l.Vf. Clapp, agent of tho Wichita offlce, of tho Jarvls Conk lln Mortgage Co., and tho ZU of AiiKimt thu land came Into tho possession of tho company. About three weeks aoT. H. Itolton, 0. H. ncntley, ami J. C. (Juthrle, located on tho lands with their families las tenant. Kach found on his door Bomo mornings ago a representation skull and cross...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE, 7 THE SENATORIAL (JONTK-ST-TIIK POSITION OK "T1IK ADVOCATE" DEFINED. Wo havo already spoken of tho great number o( resolutions receive at this oflieo reht!n to thononatorial question, ami expressing profoiencort for many different candidate. Wo have deemed it bent not to publish thoBo resolutions for two reasons. First If their publication is begun one alliance is iw much entitled to express its preference oh another. It would bo manifestly unfair to givo one a hearing and refusoitto another, and tho publication of all wo receivo would require ua to enlarge tho paper oven if wo nhould publish no other matter. Second As thoHO resolutions en dorso many differont candidatoH wo do not think their publication would in any way simplify tho Senatorial quostion. For those reasons wo havo doomed it best to publish no endorse ment of any candidate that has been namod for tho position. Not a day pauses, howevor, that wo are not asked personally and by letter where The Advocate st...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

0 THE ADVOCATE. WlVTV-riSCXT CONGRHDJ.'i. The short flexion of the Fifty-first Congraia convened on December 1, 1800, end upon the arrival of January J, 1801, It li quite proper to B&y that no December In the American Congreua for the labt fcalf century had bean more barren of actual legislative results. Tiiju Advocatis herewith preoonta a laro ouWne review of Congressional proceeding for a portion of the period of time that embraces one-third of this ehort soraicn of Congreca, which endi the con trol of the republican party la both branches of th National Congress. Dtfcomlcr 1. Vice President Morton took the chair as prodding ofllcer of the United States Benato, and thus our sonlor Senator from Kansas, John J. Ingalla, has not been an Indispensable factor aa presiding ofilccr of the Senate. On De cember 20, having obtained leave of ab sence two weeks, he haa ftarcely presided ovr the body during the month of De cember, 1800. The new atato of Wyoming wua pre sented as the forty-...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

THE ADVOOATH 0 ho pulj to them hla plain inquiries: This a people yet, and if the Senator from MaiwichusrtU propones now to snap his fingers in thoir face and iu the face of tluiir iprenaed, emphatic, reasoning oousidora tion, which hnn shaken this whola conti nent nd has summoned around the ciik nents of thin bill as grand an army of Amor lam freemen a ever followed thoir cham pions to the polls, let him ooutinuo to snap thorn, tut let him not insult our reanon or our common sense by asking ouch questions M, "whull we keep faith with the iunle?" Ia roupect to the financial system of thii country, has this Senator shown any disno nitiou to keep faith with tho poopfo? lUs he not joined hand on every occasion with those who wirih to resr the Kindle gold stan dard instead of tho double standard of money? Are not the minora of the wont to day, oven an I speak, disturbed in their busi ness and looking about not . knowing what to do because the voice of this country ran not And utterance ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

(0 THE ADVOCATE OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATIONAL FAUMKK.V ALLIATI CitC AND INDUNTHIAL UNION. rreuldmit L I.. Polk, Vah!ri,(t,on, I). C. Vlco-rrctilclcnt. . . . II. J I. Hover, Cnilrldfl, Km. Hwrwlary J. II. Turner, WanblriKtoii, I). 0. Lecturer J. F. WMIti, McLouth, Km. KANSAS VA KM KUtt' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. FretiMent Frnrik McOrath. Ilelott. Vlco-I'renldont Mn. F.lt. Vlekcry, F-mnorta, Hwrorarv J. H Krviuth. Tooeka. Treasurer A. (!. F.a.tr, ISurllniiiino Iuturer Van H. 1 minor. (J'Murnwui, Aaiiliitant lecturer H. M. .Scott, Mcpherson CITIZENS' ALLIANCE OUT KANSAS. Pruildent I), C, Zercher. 0!ath. Kan. Vie rr'Hili'nt.,Ira 1). KelloKR, Columbus, Kan. tfwy..V. lr. Klirhunirn, Cottonwood Valln, Man Treasurer W. JI. Porter, Ohwcko, Kan. Lecturer ft. II. hnyder. Kliu'miui, Kan, K remit tve Com milts r,.Ut rtlntrtct, John HUd- tfrd; VikI dhtrlct, It. It. Foy; Bd district, O. Mil;4th district, d W. Marsh, Chairman, To tmkit, KAunas; M.l) district, A. Ilenquonet; Cth dlHfjlct, W. At....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

THE ADVOCATIl TIMELY ADVICE F 31011 A UltOTlint IN OTTAWA COUNT!', To the Kdltor of The Advocatk. Wehavo not trouble! you much with letters or communicatlonn from this touaty (Ottawa). Wo are quito onrneut workers, growing la power, Influence and Btalillity. We reilIzo"liow good and pleasant It in for brethren to dwell to gether in unity". Recognizing the necea eity for maintaining this unity and har mony, we would Bay to members of tho F. A. & I. U. let there be no divlulon amongst you; we muHt remember and live up to our obligation, do our duty and act towurd each other aa bocomen one great common brotherhood. No division of a character or nature which would be llkoly to cause any serioua dissension should be allowed to exist among ua, Wo know there are uomo who go to too great extremen and are rather wild, un stable and overbearing, who often Ioho control of their feelings and likewise their tongues, this element tenda rather toward destruction than construction. Urothera, ju...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. CAW'S 07 HARD Tlim -T2 7A7 OUT. To t! IMItor of Va Aovo'ATa: , The true and only cause of tiie . taxa tion of Industry and commrco aoi everywhere felt, la la f.v:t everywhere exhtlr.g of falling prices by a shrinkage la thk vol u mo of money. If alUho debts of thin country had been doubled by an act of legislation St would have been a far 1 ai calamity to the dotyor and to thi country than the Increa.to- 'in their ra'd burden already caused by a ccntrrctloa ia tli volume of monoy; and laflnatftly mora diM.ntorous In every bcso than an uaju3t Increase In tho burden of dolt la the universal Btngnatlon of Industry arid commerce resulting from the pacae cauise."- lie port Of Uolted Staten Bllvcr oommlflblon, Senator Jonoit, chairman. "A shrinkage in the volume of money hsi cauaod more mlaory thin war, famine and peutlleaco, and more Injustice than all bad lawa ever enacted." Report of United SUtcn monetary commlanlon. "What then ia It that produces a gen eral decline of pr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

THE ADYOOATI?. 13 level. If, therefore, It ware practical to doviao a plan for pre&erving the vahie of paper en a level wlih t!iat of gold, with out making it convertible into coin at the ple&aar of tho boMtir, the heavy ex ponrxj of a metallic currency would bo saved. It appears therefore that If there were ior!!Ct security that th j wr of Issuing would not to abun;d, that It la being laaued la each quif.ntltic a m to pro- Berve Ita value relative! to tho miiJ of circulating commodities nearly equal, tho precious metalii miht be entirely d!a peoaed with, not only as a circulating medium, but tho an a standard to which to refer the value of paper." J. II. Mc- Culloch in commenting on the princfplta of money Bet forth by Iiicardo, of Kn gland. Why did our greenback! doprfldate during the war? They were legal tender except for duty on Imports and intercut oa the publlo debt, which had to be paid ia oola. Ia 1871 John Sherman uU; "I fcoyo no doubt It would greatly ndvanco the g...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

J 4 THE ADVOCATE., "urfccya, J II. TAYIM:, rurl- Dl-Hnaon Co., ICi. . U'rtitH, Poland-China 1 I'rowe T . . -"lOailoTay and J Polled Anus 1 . . , ' iTi Hl?ar nl Bull f r tat. Of my own rsKrvr, fnna Imported d ian; th tery beat stock nice low. A. J. l IlOVKll, MutcoUh, Kan. IV:uj mention Tn a A dvocatb. 20 TTr'iTA AND KOUTJI wttvrra r.. ll. T. K.MOl bl V'.U;:.lu:iry Hiim'uti, nro'iic!,-:.r, No. iy 7 H, Mi'trtU at., (L. u. tVA), Itkilfj;!,! Jireeder of Impm! Ut,p, Imtr b'Jfit". &. Jliiruirdii, Nci'.vtini:iuliin.ti, l';?Juh Coau..-v, Cormiif, Kjt;Muh and f.r'" PouVn, Urent (..-" icrOifiiiuj Ixiitk, Eiv.m.'i Mam"' J. Hull Tot t..r and lu;;s, JPox lloua-a, Ura ftid Pmnll. J'liU-k-WiJ-Tam, Irish HeUen, (;tuuli', Cucliorand Japanese HpanleM, KflK.'Uit Miovhonli, Hcotcn Terrlon, JUliVm iiuti, ymiiW and other a'wsy on hand. A14ft wUU tump. Keiitum Tux Advocatjb. IIHEVOGERLFWK" DB3. ElOLTAXE. 110111 110LVAI1E, Pnff'-,rtrrx frora the iT!ti of YoUhi'td tfoittes. In- 4 or TDM dlMWU-iA, IUe-B!...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. , rp -p;r TP , f - aMa a m i:m M (inn flijnpn quo llilMla ail u Tho Koalas Alliance &cha&4 Comply b now locatod ia Harass City, Kansas, iu the Hcsted Building Minnesota Avonua. Tho Secretary of tho company, H. W. SanJusky, has novod Kim oClo from Topcla to tho earne plaoa - ; Tho brjsincca management b now in tho handa of tho executive commit too, which is corapoAtxl of throo members cf tho board of directors. Lant year tho bosinorn was dono with tho utcckholdcrs only, Tho county trusteo etockholdera at their annual mooting in October instrnctod tho board to adopt tho co-opflr&Uve plan of tnsin33. la compliance with said instrno tiona tho board h&3 rcoohod to do thb at onco, and will in tho future do bnsinofsa with all olaanos of pooplo, whether they aro stockholder or not Tho company will noon bo prepared to take care of all tho business ia every line intrustod to thorn. At tho clono of tho bxaincwj year tho net r.i w.B:.ikni twill tViviAvA n. follo-wa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 January 1891

i in 11 Otiii TRUMBULL. OTSIZAri A &lle:i I r3 ra r' T wa, r;..a ttirfM tJ Ts' liia. jJw frfa, I -y h j 'I f m C tJ ft rl I J J j J.i L CJ a ., ramxas c-vrr, tr ATJOTH" & GBA7 BEO lis! Ire, (Me'sic, Per li Pic FimIi H o w'zm nm smuqiis a::d cabes. Pur horn vera sc.Turted fry A member of the flrm direct from the breed., of Knrow, and Are fcwimS ol the Loet notwlVr winner of the Old World Wj J "r mdint tinlH-htat (treat (Miralns and were not obliged to take the rcluje from dealers At esor tfijft S vfnlaMrXo wuin credit, thereby enabling us to sell better animals at butter prices, loiu'T tU-ie and a lower rMe of lutorcnt than almost Any other firm ln Aiyt)M Vetu-ive also the mor;t euiwrtor system! orpiiziir companion And wck vn,Uln th mntrr, .n,l Immro -.Uf...ctioii. We cull eni-rc-iaf artanlTon to our ''ir , ' ""ffi! JUf J a,!, t,"i w &ro mi humming on c;imri um oii the reiwn homos of talon In lture?. WiJi us you rtt a ssi' t ws ' :u:f.l ri! arAd wUauU. a valid grout and w...

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