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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

Devoted to me B&r Interests crhe Home, the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 51. OFFICIAL STATE 11' Kit. ttl YEA 14. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 21, 1808. Ein EVKHY WK1NKBI)ATT. l'KICK FIVE CENTS. Extra Ses sion Called. Governor Leedy Convenes the Legis lature to Pass Railroad and Other Laws. DO BUSINESS THE WATCHWORD After having examined correspondence from a majority of the members of the last Legislature, Governor Leedy has de cided that a railroad bill, as well as other measures desired by the people, can be passed at a special session. He therefore issued a call last Wednesday to the members to convene at Topeka at 4 o'clock p. m., Wednesday, December 21. The proclamation is as follows: . PROCLAMATION. Executive Department, Topeka, Kan., De cember 15, 1S98. Whereas, Assurances have reached me to the effort that If the Legislature shall be convened suitable legislation for the rogu lation of railroad charges can be enacted and, deeming such matters of sufficient Im portance to...

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. — 21 December 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 21, "flY FAITH, GOOD SIR, BUT YOU HAVE A LIVELY CORPSE.' A Democratic View of Disorganization. Wlnflold Kree I'reos (Pop. A writer who signs himself "Old-Time Democrat" contributes an Interesting ar ticle to the Hutchinson Dee, In which he gives some sound and timely advice from a Democratic standpoint. He says the Republicans are very anxious for the Populists to drop their organization, knowing that such action would mean certain and lasting defeat to the oppo sition of Republicanism. He thinks that In 1900, with practically the same align ment as in 1896, the fusion forces will sweep Kansas and keep it In the anti Republican column. But If the Populists drop their organization a large number of them will refuse to go to the Demo cratic party, and Republican success will be the result. ISo Change In Organization Necessary. Iioward Citizen (l'oi.). The Populists have an organization in every Stato in the Union and the same demands are found in thei...

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. — 21 December 1898

1898. 3 TEE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Sores Disappeared j. Dolls Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla " My little boy was afflicted with small bolls on his face and hands caused by being in constant contact with other children who were not healthy. A friend advised me to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I did so and the sores disappeared soon after bo began taking it." Mas. Maggie Howard, 520 South 11th St., Lincoln, Feb. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best In fact the One Truo Wood Purifier. j if hmi tlie hest family cathartic HOOd S PHIS and liver stimulant 25c Hard On Lewelllng and Leedy. KmporlaUuzottt) tKop.). Secretary Alcer recommends the con struction of a railroad across Cuba, by public funds. Well, for heaven s sake! Lewelling and Leedy, with their north and south polar star schemes, have at last found respectable company. Sunshine comes, no matter how dark the clouds are, when the woman who is born down by wonman's troubles turns to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. If her life is made gloomy by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

4 DECEMBER 21, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. I Practical Farm o Froni Actual Experience. H "Aorlcumin It the Max! Healthful. Most Useful, tnd Most Nobta Employment of Wan." '0 George Washington. 3 Notes i Cost of Kgffi. Experiments la feeding and la com pilting the value of eggs, show that if no estimate Is made for labor, one dozen egga can be produced at a cost of about 6 cents for food, or about half a cent per egg. If all of the food allowed to hens were converted into eggs the profit of a dozen eggs would be large, even when prices are very low, but much depends on whether the hens convert the food Into eggs, flesh or support of the bodies. It is a fact demonstrated, however, that when a dozen eggs are marketed they carry from the farm but little of the nu tritious elements ot the soil in propor tion to their value in market, and on that account they are as profitable as any thing that can be produced on the farm. Poultry Keeper. Work Home. The work horse should have plenty of good gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1853. 5 FINE EVERGREENS. A Beautiful Fir Tree and the Secret of It Perfect Form. Fir trees are among the commonest flue evergreens in oar gardens, and many of them are very beautiful, espe cially in a young state. In a general way they look a good deal like spruce trees, but even the small boy can tell them apart when they begin to bear cones. The cones of the spruce trees al ways hang down, whereas the cones of fir trees always stick up when growing on the trees. The habit of the fir tree is pyramidal and symmetrical, and in the case of isolated or young trees they should be brnnched from the ground up and retain these lower branches for many years, says William Falconer in introduction to some illustrated notes in Gardening on fir Ueos. Concerning a Nordmau fir, of which the illustration is here reproduced, Mr. Falconer tells that It is exceedingly handsome, about 23 feet high and the same in diameter of spread of branches at the base. Al though a native of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

6 DECEMBER 21. TEE ADVOCATE AND NEWS.- THE ADVOCATE Ton Tiff HOME AND NEWS SHOP ANDfAPM OFFICIAL PAPKH OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. Painted Every Wednesday, tl Topek, Kimm. GEO. D. HARRISON & CO., Editors abd Fropbiktorb. flabnorifitlon Rate: One copy ww year by mall, tl. In cUtlm of ten or more, hy mail, on year, 75 cent each. The advertitdna rait of The Advocate and mam art Ino. KnUnuiUn will be mule and price fur nUhed on amlicatUm. No extra cliarye for tut, ete. The pubiUher reserve the riyht U) reject any objectionalile advertUinu. The nailer of thie paper may consider any advertUememt which ap pear herein an repretenlina a firm whoe relUutU ky tan be vouched for by the puhlther. The Advocate won eKihlulml In 1HH!, and wa tomolidated with The Kama Nem in inn. The Advocate and New U the official State paper, and ha a larger circulation than any oilier Kama wkly which receive wleertitemenu. For information revardlna ulcription and advertising rate, addren Cfllo: THE ADVOCATE AND N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 7 1833. CONCERNING KANSA5. BY J. MORPHY. Speaker pro tern Wrilep will not be present at this session as he is now a government employe at Washington. The State house is now lighted by an electric light plant owned and operated by the State and almost without cost to the State. More Topeka people are attending the Collins' trial than will be present at either the regular or special sessions of the Legislature. C. C. Clevenger has been appointed postmaster at Osawatomle. The news paper men seem to be in it in the distri bution of postofflces. Lucius Walton, a pioneer and former prominent politician of Cowley county, died at the Topeka asylum recently. He had been insane eight years. The Board of Charities spent most of last week letting contract for supplies for the coming six months' consumption at the various State institutions. A corner on western Kansas broom corn has been made effective. It is stated by a prominent buyer that there are not ten cars of broom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

8 DECEMBER 9 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. CHAPTER IX. From the night of her brilliant ap pearance at the garrison bull, not ouce had Mrs. Winn iui opportunity to ox change a dozen words with Captain Barclay. Her husband, us has been Haiti, had failed to call on his new next door neighbor, although Winn had been well enough to bo about for soveral days, and until ho did call it was impossible for Barclay to enter their doors, and expe dient that he should avoid Mrs. Winn wherever it was possible to do bo. This might not have been difficult, even though the aamo roof covered both households that of the Winus on thr otith and that of tho Barclay-Brayton - combination on tho north side but for Laura Winn herself, who seemed to be out on the porch every afternoon as the captain came walking back from sta bles, and tho women who were apt to gather at Mrs. BIytho's at that time de clared that there was something actually Inviting, if not imploring, in tho way Mrs. Winn vould watch for him, and b...

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. — 21 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 9 i898. OFFICIAL VOTE. STATEMENT OF THE STATE BOARD OF CANVASSERS OF VOTES CAST AT THE GENERAL ELECTION OF NOVEMBER 8, 1898. Vote on Governor. CANDIDATES. ' B COUNTIES. Vote on Associate Justice. CANDIDATES. s COUNTIES. Barton Allen Anderson Atchison Barber Barton Bourbon .... Brown Butler .Chase Chautauqua Cherokee Cheyenne Clark Clay Cloud Coffey .... Comanche Cowley .... Crawford . Decatur ... Dickinson Doniphan Douglas .. Edwards . Elk , Ellis Ellsworth Finney ... Ford Franklin . Geary .. Gove .... Graham Grant ... Gray .... Greeley .... Greenwood Hamilton .. Harper Harvey .... Haskell .... Hodgeman Jackson ... Jefferson .. Jewell Johnson . Kearny .. Kingman Kiowa .... Labette .. Lane Leavenworth Lincoln Linn Logan Lyon Marlon Marshall ... McPherson Meade 1,309 703 279 525 2,218 1115 C07 118 1,261 37 211 1,422 1,728 1,914 1,064 21". 2,940 173 3,210 148 2,199 1.210 2,222 1,830 140 Miami Mitchell Montgomery 2,5i0 Morris U27 Morton Nemaha Neosho .. Ness .... ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 DECEMBER 21, Vote on Lieutenant Governor. Vote on Secretary of State. CANDIDATES. CANDIDATES. I Ci ' - COUNTIISS. COUNTIHS. Alien .WW Anderson AtchiBon . Harber Rarton Bourbon 2J57 JHrown Sutler -V? Chase "!'. Chautauqua Cherokee 3.2.. Cheyenne Clark .' , '. Clay ','-t' Cloud l Coffey Comanche I Cowley '; Crawford 3,41.0 Docatur m Dickinson H:'? Doniphan -' Dougla 1 '-' Edwards Elk '' Ellis Ellsworth ')2 Finney Ford M1 Franklin 2,228 Geary K45 Clove V,1 Graham Grant , Gray 1 Greeley 32 Greenwood 1.7 17 Hamilton 159 Harper l.oox Harvey 1,281 Haskell ' 30 Hodgeman 209 'Jackson 1.4::t; Jefferson 3 .7.".:; Jewell 1,910 Johnson 1,892 Kearny 11:1 Kingman 1,028 Kiowa 214 Labette 2,913 Lane 176 Leavenworth 3,288 Lincoln 979 Linn 1,872 Logan llti Lyon 2,l!tG Marlon 1.21 1 Marshall 2,255 McPheraon 1.841 Meade 115 Miami 2,017 Mitchell 1.174 Montgomery 2,0o2 Morris 1.093 Morton 21 Nemaha 2.104 Neosho 1.981 Ness 454 Norton 959 Osage 2.580 Osborne 1,090 Ottawa 1.155 Pawn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1833. ll Vote on Auditor of State. Vote on Treasurer of State. CANDIDATES. i a s CANDIDATES. X O E. - 3 COUNTIES. COUNTIES. Allen 1.305 Anderson 1.548 Atchison 1.93 Harbor 645 Uarton 1.420 Kourbon 2,154 Brown 1.913 ltutler 2,271 Chase 1 Chautauqua 1(U35 Cherokee 3.260 Cheyenne 296 Clark 14 Clay 1.613 Cloud 1.826 Coffey 1.WIC Comanche 144 Cowley 2.7X0 Crawford 3,450 Decatur 799 Dickinson 1.922 Doniphan LOW Douglas 1.865 Ed wards 408 Elk ; 1.317 El lis 882 Ellsworth 700 Finney 282 Ford fi2i Franklin 2,223 Geary 836 Gove I'W Graham 615 Grant 36 Gray HI Greeley 31 Greenwood 1,716 Hamilton 155 Harper 1,070 Harvey 1.281 Haskell 37 Hodgeman 208 Jackson 1,420 Jefferson 1,755 Jewell 1,921 Johnson 1.885 Kearny Ill Kingman 1,040 Kiowa 210 Labette 2,945 Lane 173 Leavenworth 3,273 Lincoln 976 Linn 1.S76 Logan 149 Lyon 2,185 Marlon 1,210 Marshall 2,236 McPherson 1,843 Meade 144 Miami 2,024 Mitchell 1.478 Montgomery 2,604 Morris 1,127 Morton 25 Nemaha 2,102 Neosho 1,957 Ness...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 12 DECEMBER 21, Vote on Attorney General. Vote on Superintendent of Public Instruction. CANDIDATES. a CANDIDATES. COUNTIE3. COUNTIES. Allan Anderson Atchison 2-"J Barber ,53 Barton 1,4J7 Bourbon f M2 Brown ? Butler 2320 Chase W8 Chautauqua J-06 Cherokee 3,435 Cheyenne Clark 187 Clay i-645 Cloud I-805 Coffey ., 1.730 Comanche Cowley .-. '.Sol Crawford 3,6S9 Decatur S12 Dickinson 1.9S9 Doniphan J.01- Douglas I. Edwards 418 Elk 1.332 Ellis J" Ellsworth 32 Finney 3 Ford 640 Franklin 2,202 Oeary 865 Gove 200 Graham 623 Grant 35 Gray 123 Greeley 34 Greenwood 1.742 Hamilton 157 Harper 1.093 Harvey 1.329 Haskell 38 Hodgeman 208 Jackson 1.438 Jefferson 1.W6 Jewell 1.954 Johnson 1.924 Kearny 113 Kingman 1.086 Kiowa 215 Labette 3.027 Lane 177 Leavenworth 3,481 Lincoln 1.012 Linn 1.910 Logan 150 Lyon 2.300 Marlon 1,245 Marshall ' 2,285 McPherson 1,869 Meade 150 Miami 2,091 Mitchell 1,514 Montgomery 2,669 Morris 1,172 Morton 24 Nemaha 2,118 Neosho 1,998 Ness 458 Norton 999...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

13 1.893. THE ADVOCATE AM) HEWS. Vote on Congressmen -at-Large. CANDIDATES. COUNTIES. Allen J. Anderson J- Atchison ! Barber liarton 1.412 Bourbon 2,177 Brown 1?J2 Butler 2.309 Chase 792 Chautauqua 1.031 Cherokee 3-282 Cheyenne 291 Clark 18J Clay 1.19 Cloud 1 Coffey 1.J98 Comanche J44 Cowley s 2,867 Crawford 3,436 Decatur 04 Dickinson 1.928 Doniphan 1-074 Douglas 1.863 Edwards . 411 Elk 1.320 Ellis P Ellsworth 3 Finney 287 Ford Ml Franklin 2,218 Geary 831 Gove 195 Graham 619 Grant 37 Gray 122 Greeley 32 Greenwood 1.710 Hamilton . 158 Harper 1.070 Harvey 1.309 Haskell 37 Hodgeman 211 Jackson 1422 Jefferson 1.732 Jewell 1.923 Johnson 1.866 Kearny 110 Kinsman 1,053 Kiowa 215 Labette 2,922 Lane 176 Leavenworth 3,014 Lincoln 980 Linn : 1.912 Logan 14; Lyon 2,200 Marlon 1.207 Marshall 2,215 McPherson 1.840 Meade 145 Miami 2,003 Mitchell 1.477 Montgomery 2,594 Morris 1.129 Morton 23 Nemaha 2.053 Neosho 1,970 Ness 448 Norton 952 Osage 2,563 Osborne 1,098 Ottawa 1,172 Pawnee 610 Phillips 1,3...

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. — 21 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 DECEMBER 2L Vote on Representatives in Congress. E. R. Rldgely, Congressman, Third Congressional District J. M. Miller, Congressman, Fourth Congressional District W. A. Calderhead, Congressman, Fifth Congressional District. W. A. Reeder, Congressman, Sixth Congressional District. ' Chester I. Long, Congressman, Seventh Congressional District ' In Testimony Whereof, We have hereunto subscribed our names, this 12th day ol December, A. D. 1898. m3. W. LEEDY, Governor. W. E. BUSH, Secretary of State. W. H. MORRIS, Auditor of State. D. H. HEFLEBO W !Slt, Tr3a3urt?r of Stale. L. C. BOYLE, Attorney General. State Board of Canvassers. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. CANDIDATES. COUNTIES. Vote on Judges of District Courts, 1898. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Clay 1. Cloud J-8'6 Dickinson 1 Marshall H,4J Ottawa .; Republic J V'T'i Riley u Saline Washington 2,047 Geary : m. Soldier vote b Totals 16.508 1,536 1,815 2.226 2,897 1. :tos 2,irK 1,711 1 ,K !t 2, r.n HI 19 18,99...

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. — 21 December 1898

10 1893. Vote on Members of the State Senate, 1898. SEVENTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. CANDIDATES. "Names of persona voted for. Names of persona voted for. COUNTY. 10.. David D. Hoag 1.839 19.. J. G. Roea .... J. D. Stevens. .I,6ti0 .1,670 D. W. Grtnter George Horsman 235 Jerry Giindrod 11 T. C. Benson 1 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Shawnee Soldier vote 6 Totals 6-171 3.224 3,224 THIRTY-SECOND SENATORIAL DISTRICT. CANDIDATES. O W COUNTIES. : Cloud !' Republic 1.MJJ Totals 3,353 1.H25 2,223 4,048 We, John W. Leedy, Governor, W. E. Bush, Secretary of State, W. H. Morris, Auditor of State, D. II. Heflebower, Treasurer of State, and L. O. Boyle, Attorney General, constituting the State Board of Canvassers of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that we have examined the certified abstracts of votes on ill In the office of the Secretary of State, as prescribed by law, and we II nd that the statement hereinbefore given of the whole number of votes cast for the several candidates for the various...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

THEADVGCATE Afli) KiJWS. 16 DECEMBER 21, : Names of persons voted for. '28. .Thomas 3. Flannelly. J. F. Waskey .1.411 .1,408 Names of persons voted for. 29.. F. M. BnefM. B. F. Moore... .1,376 .1,350 Names of persons voted for. '30.. II. W. Conrad. J. B. Sewell .1.345 .1,179 Names of persons voted for. 31.. L. B. Kelfer. M. T. JoneB.. .2.089 .1.948 Names of persons voted for. 32. .W. P. Wllllts. S. C. Canty .1.878 .1,484 Names of persons voted for. 33.. II. A. Nichols. T. F. Morrison. .1.213 .1,037 Names of persons voted for. 34. .J. B. Sweet O. O. Outcalt. .1,929 .1,629 Names of persons voted for. 25.. P. 15. Gregory. W. C. Sweeiey. .1.409 .1,368 Names of persons voted for. Names of persons voted for. 37., A. L. Brooke YV. O. Mcelroy. .1,825 .1,102 Names of persons Voted for. ,.W. C. Stephenson Joseph Clrlley .1,704 .1,481 Names of persons voted for. 39.. E. D. MoKeever. John Barber .... .2,378 . 878 Names of persons voted for. 40.. A. R. Oursler. A. Monroe .... .2,0)U . i ,:tfi4 N...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 17 1833. Names of persons voted for. 64.. F. N. Woodward. C. A. Potts .2.22 .1,547 Names of persona voted for. 63.. W. T. Short . I,. M. Newbury A. C. Knudson 3 NameH of persons voted for. tiC.R. R. Rees Richard Baker. .1,383 .1,111 Names of persons voted for. 67.. S. J. Osborn.. Taylor Miller, .1,884 .1,796 Names of persons voted for. 68. .G. F. Orattan... Ell P. Williams. .2,348 .1,841 Names of persons voted for. 69.. J. A. Welch. J. B. Fugate. .1,760 .1,505 Names of persona voted for. 70.. Oscar L. Winters. W. J. Babb . 985 .1,115 Names of persons voted for. 71.. John W. Adams. Henry Huttman.. .1,836 .1,486 Names of persons voted for. Names of persons voted for. 73.. James Lawrence 1.691 James A. Ray 1,290 Wash Baker 1 Names of persons voted for. .Reuben Neal . C. D. Newman. .1,024 .1,150 Names of persons voted for. 75.. W. F. Coulson.. Dr. W. G. Mulr. Adam Shrlver . Names of persons voted for. 76.. V. T. Kirk C. W. Fatrchlld. .1,053 .1,090 Names of persons...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

18 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 21, Names of porsona voted for. J0O..C. M. Beeson. D. Hwlnehart. 2 in' s. Names of persons voted for. lOL.John Irving. W. J. Gilbert. Names of persons voted for. 1D2..D. O. Tenny 4k A. M. Kel.son 40,r W. K Fletcher 40 M. Pembleton 20 s ' 3 i it Names of persons voted for. i03..C'has. M. Bell... Alfred Lawson Names of persons voted for.' 1()4..Alvin Law 4T.5 Jerome Shoup 618 A. Cooney 61 J. C. B. Lewis 17 5 Names of persons voted for. 1or..M. B. Pogue i.OffS J. M. Shuey 888 Thomas Beuclmnip 1!) Names of persons voted for. iiKt..Ju.mrH Miller . Frank Reeder 540 tilti Names of persons voted for. 107.. A. n. Shoemaker... Seklen O. Hopkins. Names of persons voted for. Names of persona voted for. 109..J. W. D, Foote. R. W. Bowman. Names of persons voted for. 110.. E. D. York 47ti 8. C. Martin 621 John M. Burton 8 Names of persons voted for. L11..W. J.'RIee , Josl.ih Crosby Names of persona voted for. I18..S. L. Fllson. D. B. Kins... Names of persons vote...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 19 1898. S. It. Kutz, Representative, Seventy eighth Representative District. J. A. DeUanl, Representative, Seventy xunth Representative District. t'L. h. Wise, Representative, Eightieth .Representative District. J T. S. Elder, Representative, Eighty-first Representative District. Isom Wright, Representative, Eighty-sec-' ond Representative District. A. J. Godshalk, Representative, Llghty thlrd Representative District. li. II. Seaver, Representative, Eighty fourth Representative District. Theo. Ackerman, Representative, Eighty fifth Representative District. Arthur J. Stanley, Representative, Eighty sixth Representative District. T. C. Rodgers, Representative, Eighty seventh Representative District. A. W. lielley, Representative, Eighty eighth Representative District. J. W. Bogenneff, Representative, Eighty ninth Representative District. D. I McClaren, Representative, Ninetieth Representative District. Oilman Carl, Representative, Ninety-first Representative Di...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 21 December 1898

20 DECEMBER 21, 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. amined the certified abstracts of votes on Jlle in the oMce of the Secretary of State, as prescribed by law, and we find that the statement hereinbefore given of the whole number of votes cast for the several candidates for the various offices therein named is true and correct,, as shown by said abstractH. We further certify and declare that the following perwona received the highest number of votes cast at the general election held November 2, lh'JI, and are duly elected to the respective offices set opposite their names for the regular ensuing term, as follows: M. P. SlmpBon, Judge, Ninth Judicial Plstrli t. John T. Burrls, Judge, Tenth Judicial District. R. M. Plckler, Judge, Fifteenth Judicial District. A. C. T. delger, Judge, Seventeenth Judicial District. Win. T. McBrlde, Judgo, Nineteenth Judicial District. Ansel Clark, Judge, Twentieth Judicial District. Robert 13. Spllman, Judge, Twenty-Brut Judicial District. R. F. Thompson, Jud...

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