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1890. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Of DUUntfnUhed Descent, llisa Ruth Lawrence, who at the out break of tho war with Spain volunteer ed as a nurso, i3 of distinguished do- Ogemaw county was something of a Joke, tut ene won tne contest aiser an energetic campaign in which she made many telling speeches. The Cotton Mill Kin. Robert Knieht of Providence is th greatest cotton mill owner in the world. Ilia fortune is estimated at $40,000,000, and he owns 15 New England villages, including mills, stores and houses. Hid MISS RUTH LAWRENCE. scent Among her ancestors was Cap tain Lawrence, who commanded the Chesapeake in the fight with the Shan non, and after whom tho new torpedo boot Lawrence, which she is to christen, has been named. A New Poet. When a poet passes the magazine etage and sends out his fancies in sub stantial cloth covers, he may be said to have arrived. Mr. Arthur J. Burdick is here. He came recently. A neat volume of poems, modestly labeled "Just Jin ARTHUR J. BURDICK. gles,"ishis card of introduction, and it admits him to a seat among the great chorus of American singers. Mr. Bar dick is a native of Genesee, Allegany county, N. Y., and is about 40 years old. He is now city editor of the Olean (N. Y. ) Morning Times. Nominated mm a Joke. Mrs. Merrie Hoover Abbott, whose election as public prosecutor of Ogemaw county, Mich., was one of the minor surprises of the recent state contest, is 11133. MRP.RIE HOOVER ABBOTT. one of the most brilliant women law yers in the country. Mrs. Abbott's nom ination by the Silver Democrats of jgpf ROBERT KNIGHT. father was a poor farmer, and at 8 years of age Robert went to work in the print mills for $1.25 a week. Aided by his brother, the boy took a course at Pawtucket academy and then entered a cotton mill aa a clerk. Subsequently Robert leased the mill, and taking in a partner in a few years they bought the mill and thus was laid tho foundation of his fortune. Salvation Army Colonic. It is probable that the Salvationist) will succeed in working out here in th? United States some of thoso wonderful social and industrial problems which . .ft ,', Vf.-V rOUN Q COLONISTS, SALVATION ARMT COLONT, CALIFORNIA. they have solved for London and other big English cities. There are already in operation three Salvation Army colo nies. The original colony is in Colorado. Another colony is in California, 100 miles south of San Francisco, and a third colony was established last July in Ohio, a few miles from Cleveland. mm I Circular frn, I 1 1 I Bend., for I Illtit. Ctuior. hatch mmm BY STEAM-"! almpln, perfwt, Mtr-nfnlMlof EXCELSIOR mnnrn Tbon.andj la uenMfal OMrttlon. Lowest prloed Ut-lua balnba ' tnado. KO. Iff. AT A if L. 114 tm 1 29 P. 6(h fit.. OulT. III. tftftftflffflftftOOOOflf f If.- STEEL PICKET UMftflGL, Field and Hog Fence with or without bottom cabla barbed. 11 M. 8. Poultry Fencing Lawn and Farm Steel Gate and Post. O VXIOXFEarCECO. DeKalb.HJ. 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All women suffer ing from female troubles or any disease of the mucous membrane, may have Dr. Hartman's private counsel without cost. Send for special question blank for women. (First Published March 1, 1899.) Bond Redemption Notice. Eureka Township, Saline County, Kansas. To the holders of bonds Issued by Eureka Township, Saline County, Kansas, to th Council Grove, Smoky valley & Western Railroad Company. Pursuant to tho laws of the State of Kan sas and an order of the Township board of said Eureka Township, Saline County, Kansas, I. F. P. Kilmer, Township Treas urer of said Eureka Township, hereby give notice that the following described bonds, with accrued Interest thereon, issued by Eureka Township, Saline County, Kansas, to the Council Grove, Smoky Valley ana Western Railroad Company, to wit, bond numbered consecutively, from 1 to 18 Inclu sive, of the denomination of (1,000.00 each, dated January 1, will be paid on the 15th day of May, 18'J9. at the Flitcal Agency of the State of Kansas In the City of New York, Slate of New York. And further notice Is hereby Klven that on the 15th day of May, 1899, said above described bonds will cease to bear Interest. F. P. KILMER, Township Treasurer of Eureka Township, Saline County, Kansas. (First Published March 8, 1839.) Bond Redemption Notice. CENTER TOWNSHIP, NORTON CO., KANSAS. To the holders of bonds Issued by Center Township, Norton County, Kansas, to tho Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska Railway Company. Pursuant to the laws of the State of Kan sas and an order of the Township Board of sold Center Township, Norton County, Kan sas, I, F. W. Boddy. Township Treasurer of said Center Township, hereby give notice that the following described bonds, with ac crued interest thereon, issued by Center Township. Norton County, Kansas, to the Chicago, Kansas, & Nebraska Railway Company, to-wlt, bonds numbered consec utively from 1 to 25 Inclusive, of the denom ination of $1,000.00 each, dated March 15, 1888, will be paid on tho 15th day of May, 1899, at the Fiscal Agency of the State of Kansas In the City of New York, State ol New York. And further notice is hereby given that on the 15th day of May, 1899, sold above described bonds will cease to bear In terest. F. W. BODDY. Township Treasurer of Center Township, Norton County, Kansas. Whltmere Bros., barbers, 735 Kansas Ave. Farmers Tribunefel:ki HOGS FEE . . . A Great Contest fT- OR ONLY 25 CENTS we will send you the d akm II . 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