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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

judicial salon," and instruct m to repmt it h&ck and rooornintil ita paawge. The amendment propped t the prtiwnt law provides that a party interwited may make a motion to st ani J the sale for grotm Inad equacy of prico. In the Senate tho following Ull waa paaned by a vote of, yean, 21; nava, 1; Senator Carroll, of Miami, having voted nay. The bill mfht bo mentioned as an act to erect and maintain a dam across tha Kaniian river in Bhawneo county, and It reads aa follows: Sk.tiom 1. That there bo and U hereby granted unto James Anthony andhtssuo cemiors, personal or corporate, and their Buocutwors and annigriH, the right to erect, construct and forever maintain a eorico of three certain dams across the Kansas- river at any suitable place weHt of the city of To peka, and not farther up the rlror than tha wwiternmoHt line of Shawaoa oounty, where said James Anthony and h.'ji aiwiciatoa hava acquired or may herenfter acquire the Uads on tho banks of said river. If any of u&ld da...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

ADVOCATE. WW-, r rrv., r.-....4 Commercial L!l.,Cor.Whand r.dn,viJ.,Kanr.iClt", Mo B.U.i,tl.a 0.t ,' ! 'r "' All KikMuIi emM'inrimmvtal Mram lie. ltnfMtrt.Ii Tyiin-Wi IUiik, MoiIkmi l.aiitfiiif, lrtnif1W., UnM at oiwt mi-. Uitwinl Advantntfi Wo V 11,11. ,t.it.((ii'i w, i ant IIiIh t:u)lra lwf.,r vulnii aUaarhaft. "JHWooSlejra roomaaccouiniodatliir (Soft attt d.!iit4; 18 Utiw hor and lefxrera; i;s atitdnnta 1,-nat arhool year; ptni;ianult!p awarded Urst pre mium 17 yw. Kook kf enlitcr, Bhorthand, TWt'ra'h!n. KMiri'ifp, Tyfwwrtr.'.ii!, ami all oihur busl.vfim bmiu'Jw thofoiipnsy U(u4it. iirwiimtM curfl good position. lOAA!, 11.83 rU WUX. Uad for elrciulars. EAItSAS fflST C31LB3H TOUT SCOTT, ILA33A. In the school for th roanncs.' BUutsnts can enter at any thm and find ctjumes to milt ttunn. Total eiponsrs (or board, room and tuition are only to 4 icr Imn of 10 week. CLisnea are ar ran 'fed to suit til who come. Many yourtjr won and women who have attended iwlKwd but a short time ni:trr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

JDVOCAT; T-T PATTERSON & CO., WIIOLESALH HOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. IVriiif " Nd Cash, 30 Puys." 419-421 UUIn St., Kansat City, Ko. MJJlCE ffldtElEfllGffl IK THORNTON BARNES, Philadelphia, Pcnn. 211 Ilorth 7atcr Street, RIMfiERIES S MESALE WES I II r mmm m wm m m-m -W . . . .... . - . ..?...... In ll,ain,ir.lMtA n.vlno ml) KllllTW Our lUn' HAlT'itH'K.i. All the kowIh we handle wo purchase direct from tho loading Importers and Man uftt'lurers In larn amounts. Wenirrya Law and Complete Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, sugars, syrups, ..aoiassus, uyuuu, ojjicu, ui. ... . ,... r nnmil nl xllllliltrA thfl flllllltf ftf Olir (UlMWrt We would be 1iha1 to rmdva A TitUL oiiain, and compare tho niuillty of our Uromrli'S with TV".. ;.i.,,, w .manint. ui DUmiie vou. aud you will obtain l'ure Goods and Full WI1AL TOU " " r. m - - Weight. In diiallnu wlUi our IAuio you Buy Direct at Wholesale Prices and Savo tho Middleman's Exorbitant Profits. We ohttiln Through Knliht Knts, which you will...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

10 mm;1 U diSill!., TJlVmiVU.. f.TKKA rf A ALLKif Crass, FI.J, Cartfaai in J 1m Z,tH, Ctilcn tell, tlu. for CfcU.!i.'.to. M: JlfiJ Proe. 1 i'if,-1 i.a tsl. Unua Av e., K AHMArt Cnv, Mo. r:.rj r-n r.' L..:,:jiJL; T. LCE t.D.wrj. UiWvJL'.itEL, uxzn an. . ko. Clivor, Thioliy. PIuo Grain, iuul Toy, (ip-i :t i emit. "' Mi'l. f.ANIKUviJr; O.lKlJUCN AZKVil, Vrtie for prices. Mention Aiuvocatic. A I'd 3 Kn&lnw, T1tr)trii, Horn l'uwai, Independent Btiuker and Automatic Ilund Cutt and ifdpr. You can't a.Ttrd to have your groin thrcuhed by any other If the Advance can be had. Write ADVANCIt TlfltKMIlO CO., liatito Crerk, M:.;h., for 1W)1 catalogue, or, A. W, (J IIA V, Manner, (Pi-anch House,) 1303 W. l-'th Kt., Kaunas City, Mo. Mention thLi piMir. II. W. CaitunwKt.i, Pr.it. 3AM. l.AAltlfH, 1'0 PlXlit, Paim, I'iiii.li rH, Trcaa. J. VV.T.OKAV.tWy KANSAS CITY. ELI TITL'3, Cen l Kjjujsr. EDWIfJ SHYDEft, Kant. Alliance Aflont iff nnnnnnioo m i In HI I. ,1 I ' I mhm doom 03, 04, 03, Flrl Floor, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

' 7 ' i ' 1 mL If "") (L !( A I 7;: A j A I I""! Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other (:j drcd Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 28. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, M91. 10 PA(JEH. rmc kaiily iirrronv of thi FAnaEur ALLIANCE. Kiuiiiw Still la tho Lful-Tli Ortor Oran Iiflil In Thin Eiate-llio Ifobel Brlnidcr Scire Exploded. 11V O. CAMI'llKIX. In 187'J -BO I again hsued a similar cir cular to the foregoing, yet more of a lo cal nature, and In addition called the at tention of the people to the fact that the Btata Bchool fund of Kansn.8 wan beicg invested in 3 per cent, bonds, "while our farmora were paying from 10 to CO per cent, for money, and adviaed the adoption of a eyBtem. by which thla money could be loaned to the fajmara on real estate cecurlty, at 6 per cent. Interest, similar to the New York Byateu. In the meantime, tho old Greenback movement came lata being In New York, end Peter Coop And Boveral other porsou.s esUMJaaaj a paper, whi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

2 THE ADVOCATE. wrb nee ohall !ctat,o, without making it possible for tho money kings to control It. Ia 1.W2 I puMhilx'd In the Mound Val ley lltraU, undor tho caption "Kur.mia and America," tho following article, which will ho observed embraces all the features of tho sub-treasury bill, a menj ure which has) become famou.i (in a uub ject demanding Congressional lobulation: According to a letter of recent date from our oor.Hul at Husnia, one of tho demands of tho nihilists in tho loan of money from their 4,'overuitiont on tlioir grain. It in claimed that their money loaners charge thorn, not only exorbitant ratcM of iutoreht, but as oooo an tho crop In thrashed, thy demand payment and force tho peasant to sell his Brain at much Ics than It costs to produce it. To prevent this Injustice to tlio farmer, the nihilists want tho government to con struct warehouses and receive tho grain, and loan thorn rubied to tho amount of HO per cont. of its valuo, and then when tho crop lit eold tho ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

Tim adtooatj than cct. We think that wit li tho superior equipments of tho convict shaft, and the further Advantage of being at nil times Ablo to command tho service of a largo number of uion, It will bo no diflleult mutter for the superintendent to dinposo of tho ooal with out Iohh, and even with an advantage to tho state. Respectfully submitted. John Oiivy, nni,'0 City, Kim. Hn.il ItoR, Chlcopeo, Kas. Uoiikht (lu.MouK, Seummon, Kas. A. H. (liJiHiiow, Leavenworth, Km The House pussed several lull, among them House Mil No. litt, An act to re store tho name of Davis county by cbang ing the name of (icary county to Davla county, and to legalize certain proceed ina had and taken and recordu made re lating to Haid county under the name of deary county, waa road the third time, and tho question being, Bhall tho bill paw? tho roll was called with tho follow Ing result: Yean 8.", naya 2f. Quite a long protcBt was Mod against the pannage of thin bill, which wan limned by eighteen Representa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

4 JL, irrf ST i ?! N. R. jp.a."ZI i'ullIiiliiHl Kvery Wednesday ty the ADVOCATE PUCLISHiriG CO. 0. MfLAi.Mff. President. J. 1. l.iMitiiijitNim, Hub. M.inn;1 V. T. mioww, fwy i reasuror, n. woLAi.UN, junior. Eole roprfutars J. 0. 1IKHHAKU, TKItllM Off BURHCMITION One Copy Oae Year tl.00 Twrlve cobles out) year , tiO.OO UluLs ol A wenty copies or over Vw eacii. Advertising lUtr-a. Dl.iplay Matter, 20 cents per line, Agato meas- transit (M lines to inn Hu rt) Rending Noticed, 4U cents per line. Addreria all communications to the ADVOCATE PUCUSHJK3 CO. .. Topika Kansif . TOPKKA, KAN8AB, MARCH 4, 1891. (T2&terl ah ecoond ol turn matter la tk i'oet (Kilco at Topeka, Kftnuoii.) aruciAii cluh war. Ti Advocats A National Economist, .$1.00 " Chicago lLiprft 1.75 " " Dexter Free lYons 1.75 11 ' Nonoonformlut 1.75 " K annas Commoner,... 1.75 " " Toiler 1M ' " Kannas Farmer 1.75 " " Weekly Nationality, ...1.G0 " " Our Own Opinion 1.50 LOOK On your paper, and i! "Mar" is on it your subscripti...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

TI2D AD7C0AT2L TI3K PAKTY TO KIUIIT THE PEOPLES WKONUil Tho Hutchinson Mr ia a recent criticism of Cantor PelTer's article in frank Ilii Illustrated News paper clown with tho following dec laration of faith : We believe then-forms demanded ty the farm ers, If they aro ever granted, must roiue through the Republican party- a party tlmt has never turued a deaf ear to tho cry of dUtress-a party whiwe highest ambition In the future, an In the pant, will be to right the wrong of the people. Now wo are in noarch of light Will tho Newa enlighten us by answering tho following quentions? InaHmuch aa tho Itepublican party has con trolled tho policy of tho government for the pa.st thirty years, if it ia true that its highest ambition in to right tho wrongs of tho people, why do thono wrongs now cxit? Who in re sponsible for them? Plwwo consider the following quentions in giving your answer. Who placed tho oxception clanao in the groonback law, thereby creating two kinds of money ono for the bo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

0 THE ADVOCATE "CAPITAL M TIMID." How frequently do wo haar this fittdcmorit. Yes, it 'in very timid.. It is not only timid, bat absolutely cow ardly. It U dovoiil of patriotism and honor. Thoro never wan a time of great danger or n crisis of groat mag nitude that its cowardice was not manifest In 1801 5, when the very existence of the government was threatened by armed treason, capital was timid and it slunk away like a cowardly cur to the dark caverns and double barrod vaults of Wall street Had the preservation of the nation's life, in that hour, depended upon capital instead of the patriotism and the courage of the hardy sons of toil, then would our government have per ished from tho face of the earth. When ever the government or tho peoplo are in Eorost distress and in direst need, then is capital most timid. It ia nevor timid when there is an oppor tunity to speculato at the expense of either. It ij never timid when on gaged in schemes of robbery and plunder. When, in tho darks...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

THE ADVOCATE. 7 IRMGATIO.V. An Inti n hUiixCoiiimiinicfttloiiFroiii nMuoViit of rant ami I'rt'Hfiit Sjhti'iun. To Uio Kdltor of The Advocate: In Kansas the subject of irrigation h aesuinlng projections of magnitude as well &a of intern!. Conventions have boon held for its consideration at Oborlln and at Stockton; aad it ia proponed to hold at Topeka la tho near future an in terstate convention of states raat of the mountains interested in thia sucject. At the Oberlin convention intereat cen tered on the procurement of an appro priation from the general government to be expended in the northweutern i)r tlon of Kanaaa. Not one word wua Bald as to why an appropriation should bo had, what benefits were expected to be obtained, nor in what manner it could be oipended with any reasonable hope of ita being of any noticed value. Attheunnual meeting of the state board of agriculture it was suggested aa an object to be attained that It would enablo land owners on the line of the worka to ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

0 ABIJOOATII Tueoday, February 21.--Tho following communication was roofivivl fron the uocreiary of th) ttate board tf agricul ture lu compliant o with Senate reaolu tlon No. 37, wjta read and referred to the commlttae on agriculture, which in art follows: J7m. A. 0. Mwey, Nurrrtaru of tifl Hcnitit: Sm: In compliance with tho roqucnt of the Senate In tho form of n renolutlon whkih you have transmitted to un, we bog laave very respectfully to submit the following la formation In answer to quoBtiona not forth in tho resolution: Information oaked for concerning the Kaunas ntato board of agriculture: First When woa the Kantian stato board of agriculture organized? In 1872 tho state agricultural aooloty waa merged Into the Btnte board of agriculture. See paragraph 15219, general statutes 18!!). Second How was It flrnt organized, and is it a chartered Intiiitution? The state agricultural aooloty organlzod In out of which tho stato board of agri culture wan created, was a chartorod cor por...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

early a d.ita as pw.iibl, together with such reoomrnenditioiiA an they deem proper to mi c. Tha coifafronuloa.il apportionment com EilUee of the Ilouao Introduce! Houae 1111 No. 827, Aq act to apportion the state of Kansas into eight oongivuuional dlutrloti, and to repeal an act entitled -An oct to provide for the apportion ment of the state of Kanuaa Into seven oonjrrouidonal dlatrlcta." The rulea were suspended and the bill WMpwwJ by a vote of yeaa 85, nay a 7, Thoaa recorded na voting nay were Mciinra. Hardy of Urowu, Jackson and Maddox of McPheroon, Rico of Bourbon, Blinmona of Dougliaa, Boupone of Pott watomie and Warren of Lyon. The first district may bo represented, as the Mlanourl rlvor district, Inasmuch as the counties of Doniphan, Atchison Leavenworth and Wyandotte, four of iu eeven countlea, are In northeaatem Kan- Baa bordering on the river, and its la terior countloa, Jackson and Jefferson, Brown being on the northern border. The population of the district la 0,000 mor...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

official DinroKW. NATIONAL FA It Ml Kits' A IX I A NIK ANO INDIINTIIIAL UNION. VrmUUnt I I I'ollt, Wnihlnirton, IX 0. loe- rn'tddtmt . . . . M. 1 1. ( !bvr, ! m n I. h;e, K an. f i rUry J. II. Tumor, WaMhtnira, l. 15. Iturcr J. V. WIJiltB, iU-lAMlh, JUn, KANSAS FA T.ril Kits' ALI.IANCK AND HIllVTKIAL UNION. Frfct!uit Prank Mcflrath. liololt Vloe-l'reuldMit Mrs. K.lt. Vl. krry, tfmporU. Hiw rtiniry I. H Krrih, TovN-kx Treasurer A. 15. Haider, lInrtfMn"'!) j,r,turtr Vim H. prathr. iMumUii. AiiituUiit Lecturer H. M. Hcott, Mcpherson. CiTIKM' AIXIANCI5 OF KANSAS. I'TflMl.tunt IX (5. Zen her, Oathu, Kan. Vice Pr'nld"uif ,.lr I). KelloKir, (.Multibus, Kan. rV.H5,y..Vr'. P. ILItfiitinlre, Cottonwood Falls, Han. Trriaumr W. If. Porter, Oswoko, Kan. Lecturer H. If. Hnyilr. Klmpaa, Kun. ICrtmUiv (Ummitt'.-Ut lttrt-t, Jihri Htod Wtt; 2nd dliitrlef.. K. II. Fy; d district, U. Llil ;4Mi district, U. W. Marsh, Chairman, To pUa, Kansas: 6th dlutrlct, A. IImi'Jont: Cf.ri tflutrtot, V. M. Taylor; 7t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

THE AD VC OATH II ALL HKrRKTAItlK 82IOULI) IIAVU MY new rocket Fountain Fen. Alwavs ready for use. sruj potuM. K. J. Thlnlleltiwalte, Ten gitnoxlc, Kan. A WAY OUT. Konay at 3 12 Por Cent, on Real Eatota Only. Payable, principal and li.tereit In clj'it yarn. Membership fee II XT share; 1100 per share loaned. Iiivculltfate. KelUMe ai-ent wanted tu Kansas. Addro UAL W. N KISWAN' Kit, (ienoral Agent, Ottawa, Kansas. Mention Advocate. mi; mi mmm bill i Soldlora and sailors who aerved 00 days or more In late war imahie to earn a aupport by MANUAL LA0ill entitled to from U to Hi per month, whether disabM In service or since. Widows, atso, entitled. SPECIALTY, CLAIMS FOR IMCKCASfi. Address WILLIAM H. IHtOCR, hit Chief. Clerk Itureatiof reunions, Wuiihlnnton, 1). C, Twelve years exer1cnco In Pearton Ihireau as Kxamlner, Special Examiner. Ass't Chief of IW vliilon, AflK't Chief Clerk and t'hlof Clerk. J. 7Z. OITEO ATTORNEY AT LAW !adglck Block, WICHITA, KAKSA3. Alliance bunlneaa eapoclally lo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

12 TUB ADVO0AY21 iCANrus Lr.airxATt':::.. (Vtn-JUvivi from nMJi pitjr.) "'' , f jt may divlnlon of tawa la prp';t't:ato Cekn.h tf time tJiat th3 Rclaj t;c;!.J or evLVinco of lndubotidnim ir.ay hufa ta oi- Attain, If 14 nhould to aw'nod btfcr col ledible, a promlnory nola filvon to bunk, or on a short loan, m!g!it i the en' 4 of a renewal of Bald note creito a record upon the arxomtor'a books of on cr many more notouwlioh were simply renowali of notes tad, tha burden of taxation repeated m often ta audi nota is renewed, thereby im posing a repetition of taxes on a single money value. Acaln, as your comsnlttoe views this till, It ro'ght properly ta termed a till effortog a prtndura to do buuiBcaa o'lfi'dj of VI tiato of KftrmiW with the eltizena theroof, bocauaa by lA,i terms It eicepla from taxation fcurtj gin, notes, toad and till, that are gtrou by tho pwple of Kanna.1 to dlhvsua tf ctaar atatosi ;TI'i' of course, In teciwary, tut If the election or our las ta that a man 'ieenpea t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

TII1C KANMA.M ttUOTl VllZ 'd AKIOCIATIOK l'uruuant to a cell the members of thla wihx;f.iJon and a number of others who hvi not previouidy united with It tu Bombled at Hutchinson on Tueuday, Feb rutry 2 1, fo f the edition cf cll'-cers an the traneaction cf other Important bud The mcettag was called to order by J, I). Weiner, proprietor of the (Jncd, who rnal a brief and and pointed addrews, dwelling particularly upon the irapor twe of the work of the association At the conclunion (f him remarks he la troducwl Mayor Severance, who delivered an addreeu of welcome characterized by good nature and abounding hi sensible and common senee eugesdonn. Th mayor' remarks were highly tppreckted by all paooent The responae cn behalf of the members of the awjoclation wca made B. K. Kleo, of the Kansas Com moner, In hla happleut style. At the cloae of thws preliminary ei erclaen, the association affected a tempo rary organization by the election of 8. McLalHn, of Tub Advocate, as temporary chairm...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

7 HE ADVO0ATE. ll8lk.,Cor.H;h and Sfuln Ets., KimsiiOv, t-UMMU (Int. U,'l-l' rrlLa itf H, All KriSE'ii.ll ii.tO'liU.wnUl lli'.:fkW, l,'tnin.(fipli. Tyj)tvW IUiiK, Modern l.AUtfUnvfi, lfwlrnr,f-. UkM uoii. ctMi-iKiimt rpwi. I rn u umr aJ ti'rrMcolli-j'fl rwKrii.''.iwnnmwHiaf-riri CM tu AmiIh: 11 Uwhera and loclurmj KH utuifouts liftut school year; poninanuh'lp awarded tlrst pre mium 17 years, r,oo!c kowlnjr, F.horttiAnit. Tf!nh!nic. Pen mannhlp, 'fyDiwr,.c:i.r, ami nit other luini branch?. thoroughly Uurtit. 2rv'.-irt- sivnire rood poniaoua. X2l.0r4'iU. Peud for circular. Tinn mm nouoMi comas, roitT bcott, iiawisas, Ii the school for the mrwc. Otud mt eta enter at any time and find cUsscs to suit thorn, 'fatal eiiHiiMn for board, room and tuJuton are only m to t .15 per term of 10 weefct, Clunae we ar nutfodto suit all who come. Many young men mil women who have atto'ided sehool but a abort time enter every ywir. If yon cannot attond but a short tlffifl, enter the K. N. (J. Come and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

THIS ADYOOiiTI 15 H PATTERSON & CO WHOLESALE BOOTS, SHOES AND ItUIHJBRS. Term-" Net Out), 30 Daji." 41MI1 (lain Jt., Kinttt City, o. DIME GROCERY IM ALE POKES THORNTON BARNES, 211 IToith Water Street, - Philadelphia, Pcnn. ffiOGES31E8 5 17H0LE8 Our IIoiiiih wan on of the Klr.r. Whohmate Cirwery Hiwl In the country to nun nut boldly an,l oSn'y lo DKAUHKMT WITH TI11C FAKMKICH ALIJANCK AT TI1K I.OWKHT WllOl.lt H A I.K I'lCHK.i. All the kuwIh we handle we purchase direct from the leading Importers ami Man ufacturerii lu lare ainouuU. We carry a Largo and Complete Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Sugars, Syrups, Potasses, Teas, Coffees, Spices, fic. We would bo pleased to nwelve a thul oiuncn,aniJ compare the quality of our Groceries with what you have ben imlriK. We Kuarautee to please you, aud you will obtalu l'tire Goods and Full Weight. Io dealing with our House you Buy Direct at Wholesale Prico3 and Eavo tho Hiddloman's Exorbitant Profits. We obtain Through Freight Rates, wh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1891

10 THE ADVOCATE. u u i, Tituim;ix, Riuiciw & ali.i:n HKEU CO., Grajg, Ftold, Cten and Tret Socdt, Onion Eat, Ctc. fiend for ('nUlotio, MaiM Free. U'-fl-MUtt tit. LOlilS AVB., K'ANHAM City, Mo. r C iHk 1 f ID!r"lff I''AbUsliol 1870. M.muf.u vtun rs cf Corn Meal, SCjo, '.1 L'0JI J il" O 21. Is I'A. Corn and Oaf.s Chop, and f.'Vr InOruIn, Flour, Fv-d, t.iy. I :W.. Miih. yr.'.U hluu Avenue luut. Tl'ka. Kaa.'mn. LA NIJ'll U'll.V I'KLICIIUATKIJ UAllDJJN Ml'J.1. We iir(-lifid5 tin ho needs direct from the extensive swd farms of the Manors, ijLUdrrMi, and they should not be clawed with tlio seeds lt:ft on ccmtnliiulon throughout the country, uho lAnaiMiun needs ana a good vegetable garden is asmired. hi : nil on mis paper. ASK YOUR DEALER FOfl NORTHERN K V Si" " v m m m m warn f 1 WORLD. V)L vJ AND CANADIAN J LEAVEHWORTil, KS. If. W. CiiKH.iWKt.r Trent. hAM. J,a.aiu h, Vice rret. i'Am, I'liiixii'H, Trcus. J. W.T.Oiuv, Heey. KANSAS CITY, ELI TITU3, Gon'l Manajer. EDWIN SNYDER, Kans. Alli...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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