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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

5 1833. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. WE FAEIILY llili. Thousands of Families Have One in The House at All Times. The Same Exceptional Opportunity Offered Here to All Readers of This Paper. THE LEGISLATURE. (Continued from page 1.) Judgment doth never go forth, for the wicked doth compass about the right eous, therefore wrong Judgment proceed ed." On the adoption of this amendment Senator King offered his Biblical amend ment from the fifth chapter of James, which was inserted, as follows: "Go to now, ye rich men.weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you. "Your riches are corrupted, and your garments are moth eaten. "Your gold and silver is cankered; and the rust of them shall be a witness against you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure to gether for the last days. "Behold, the hire of the laborers who have reaped down your fields, which Is of you kept back by fraud, crieth: and the cries of them which have reaped are entered into the ears of th...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 6 JANUARi 25, .A 1 Farm Notes From Actual Experience. V) "Acrlculluu is Hie Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment ol Wan." & ' George WaHhlngton. be. After the curd and water have sepa-1 Krown.-- B. L. Myers. 7. One bushel of corn meal is worth nearly three bushels of oats as food for fattening hogs. 8. Corn-fed pigs gained i pounds per week and ate about 21 pounds of corn per 100 pounds of live weight 9. Pork was produced during the cold weather, with corn at 28c per bushel, for less than 3c per pound. 10. Indian corn is the most economical pork-producing material during the wla ter months in regions where extensively Striped Bug. A way to save squash and melon vines from attacks from the striped bug, so simple and yet so effective that we did not ioso a plant In nearly 1,000 hills, after we fixed them all. Take a small stick or stake, less than two feet long, and stick In the ground, slanting so the top stick will be over the middle of h...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. SPRING CHICKENS. Poultry Men Moit Keep Up With Mod ern Method of Living. Our modern methods of living are changing our farming in many particu late, says Jamea S. Smith in the BoBton Cnltivator. The demand is now for early spring lamb and chickens in Feb ruary and March. Fine, tender broilers at this season are naturally high priced, and it is this which induoea poultry raisers to prepare the feast for those who can afford to pay for it. Early spring chickens have to be raised in the winter season, and to do this requires a certain expert knowledge that is the prioe of success. Spring chickens at 60 cents a pound are profitable, and even at much less than this one can find money in the business. Besides, it gives the poultry grower work to do at what is generally oonsidered a lazy season of the year. In fact, there is more money today in rais ing spring chickens and winter eggs than in any other branch of this busi ness. Those who stick to the beaten tra...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

8 JANUARY 23, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE " FOB Til HOME AND NEWS SHOP AMOFAPM OFFICIAL PAPEK OF TUB STATE OF KANSAS. Published Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kansas. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors aho 1'hopri etohs. Habnerlptlon lUt: One copy one year by mail, i. in ciui of ten or more, on man, one year, 75 centn each. The ailvertMna rale of The Advocate antl Neun areww. tMimahn will he mane annprven fur ntehed on avvllcatlon. No extra ehartie for cut. tie. The publUher reserve the right to reject any obJcctUmable adccrtMny. The reader of thu paper mm eomuur any tuircrtunncm wnu n an- 1ear herein an reprrMtntlno a firm whone relUtbll u can he voticheA for bu the wiMMiern. The Advocate wan cMtnMMuA in 1HM, flwltwi cnnsolUUited with The Kama New in 1807. The Advocate ami New i the official State paper, and has a larger circuUitUm titan any other Kama weekly which receive adnertiMmcnt. For information regarding tuhncriptUyne and Mvertumg ran, tuiareng Cfflc: THE ADVOCATE AMD...

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. — 25 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 1899. companies will undoubtedly be upheld on a showing that the local rates compel such a course. This Is the way of all legislation that sets class against class. At the special session a law was passed reducing tele graph rates do you think that the re duction will come out of the pockets of the people who make the big profits from telegraph tolls? Not for a minute. The Western Union Company has given out that salaries are to be reduced, and other changes are to be made which will give us a service as much worse as it is at present as the present service is below what it ought to be. The Tostal Tele graph Company will not only reduce wages, but has stopped all plans for ex tension of Its lines within the State. Some time we shall send men to the legislature who will have studied this problem up to a knowledge of the truth that one must strike at the root of the trouble. Then they will evolve legisla tion that will not be serving one class at the expense of ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AM) IMWS. 10 JANUARY 25, CHAPTER XIV. A week rolled by, a week little Jim Lawrence and other email boys long re membered for the good things they had to eat and drink, and now Galahad was sitting np again at his quarters, doing very well, said both doctors, so well that he could be out on the shaded piazza in a reclining chair, said Cray ton, but wouldn't, said Blythe, and for good reasons, said the Frazicrs femi nino, "because then thcre'd be no dodg ing Laura Winn, if indeed ho has suc ceeded thus far." True, he had not ventured outsido his doors, and no one had soon her venture within them. Truo, Mrs. Frazier, Mrs. Blythe and other motherly women had been to visit him, Mrs. Frazier froquontly, and Mrs. Winn had been most particular in her daily inquiries, "most persistent," said the Frazier girls. Those were days in which milk was a luxury in faraway Texas, but the delicate custards, whips, creams and what the colonel's Hiber nian orderly doscribed as "floating Ire l...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

1809. 11 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. "Well, I think the sooner Mr. Harry Winn gets back the bettor it will be for this garrison, and I'll any so to Colonel Frazier this very night," ex claimed the colonel's wife, bristling with proper indignation. "And he'll come back if we have to send couriers to order him. " But no courier was needed to sum mon Lieutenant Winn. Two days later, fast as jaded horse could carry him, fol lowed by a nizy?le orderly, he was com ing, full of hope and pluck and en thusiasm, the boarer of tidings that meant bo much to him, that might be of such weight in the removal of some portion at leant of the serious stoppages against his pay. Away oat in the Apache mountains, where the remnants of the Friday gang seemed to have scat tered into little squads of two or three, one party bad been trailed and chared to its hole, a wild nook in the rocks, and there in a brief, bloody fight two more of the gang bit the dust in reach ing that height of outlaw ambition, "dying wi...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AMD' KiSWS. 12 JANUARY 25, g SHOULD PUBLIC SALES BE g ABANDONED? 5 ) ) l'apr by V. P. Goode, of Lencxa, g ( Kan., Bead Ilefore the Kaunas Im (a (f proved Stork Ilreedern' Aol- ) j atlon, January 11, 1890, g ( by O. 1. Updcgraft. ( ) Thin, it Boems, Is a very great question, ho fraught with arguments for and against, that it :ertalnly behooves very breeder to stop and study the problem thoroughly in all its bearings to be sure no mistake' is made in the final verdict or answer. For, answered It will be, either In the common course of business events ns the year passes, or by the ac tion of the majority In convention as sembled, and afterward executed an per agreement. It has been said that, with all the work done by the breeders of pure-bred stock, together with a fair charge for expenses In raising and fitting, and all advertis ing bills fully, paid, the stock thus sold, and every dollar collected, would not pay the expenses. If this be a fact In the business of the bre...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 13 (Published January 25. 1058.) Appellate Court Syllabi. Northern Department-Central Division. Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Central Division. No. 311 L. M. Greeno, plaintiff In error, VB. W. S. Roark, defendant in error. Error from Geary County District Court. REVERSED. Syllabus. By the Court McElroy., J. L A party should not be permitted to ask a. hypothetical question containing assump tions which are neither supported by the evidence nor the legitimate deductions to ie drawn from the evidence. 2. Upon a trial for the recovery of dam ages for injuries alleged to have been sus tained by reason of unskillful operation In the extraction of a tooth, evidence tending to show carelessness and negligence in the performance of other operations long prior to the operation In Question Is Incompetent. A true copy. Attest: ISeal. II. GATES, Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Central Division. No. 329. Albert Llngren, plaintiff...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 25, By MABLE DIGCS. OUR FUIBND WHO IS UONK. lie la dead, the friend we loved no dear, And our sky Is o'ercast with cloud of woe, Our tear-dltnmed eyes oar anulnh will tell, Hut the bltterneriu only the Father can know. The heart t hat felt humanity' woes. And tried to lift men to a better life, Is stilled and hushed In tho grave's repose Away from the world with i cares and strife. Why did we wait till the day was cold To speak of our wonderful love for him, To sneak of his Rood deeds manifold? Wbeu life's ship was beyond the horizon dim, The word of praise that we meant to give 1'erhaps would have lightened bis load of care. And proved a rose In his thorny way. but we banish such thoughts with a sigh and a prayer. Only In dreams shall we see him more; Only In dreams shall we clasp bis band, Until this dreary life Is o'er And we meet beyond In that blissful land. Yet, we have learned from his way of life To have courage and faith, to strive and en d...

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. — 25 January 1899

16 ISM. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. I J FOR THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY She's Home Agln. Yes, she Is home again. Come in, good friend. You lovod bor. Bhe ia there, asleep, asleep I Bor life's black midnight has at laat an end. 8he rests who lately did bat sigh and weep. Last night aa we sat bowed in tearful prayer That God would lift the heavy load we bore We heard a heavy footstep on the stair; We heard a timid hand upon the door. And there stood Maggie Maggie aa of old ; Maggie, the merry voiced, tho azure eyed; Maggie, our darling, with the locks of gold, The song bird of our home, the village pride. Just aa of old, said I? To me the same, Save that her face was wan and drawn with care Upon that brow hell strove to write her shame, But only stamped man's heartless treachery there. As at her mother's knee Bhe knelt in pain My heart tore through the web that fate had spun. My dim eyes saw life's golden hours again, fcihe was a child, lisping "Thy will be done." I saw her mother kiss those l...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 25 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND MEWS. 16 JANUARY 25. 1899. SEASONABLE SUGGESTION TAKE A TRIP TO i OR THE 1 Coast Best Reached in Through Cars ty Louisville & Nashville R. R. Write for Information to C. P. ATMOM, Gen'l Pss. Agent, LOUISVILLE, KY. WafeJ-Ycar Landry Vark. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, Uft-114 Weit Eighth St. Telephone 133. FOB BALH OB IXC1IANQB. Three nice eighty Mr farms til) pr ire; Improved; waal Topeka tiroperty. Many suburban homes, away down, on onf time. Any number of aores yoa want, oloaa to th city, on lone tliut at t per cent. Heisral f arnii, at fit) per acre, from 10 to U0 aoras, wall Improved, long time. Bend me a detorlptlon of your merchandise for ale or eiohanne. I alwaji bate eustomers. John L. Howard, 4U1 Kansas Aye., Topeka. GUTHRIE, AUSTIH & 17ILS01I, ATTORNEYS. Ileal Estate, Mortgage, Bond and Commercial litigation solicited. Room9andll,BtormontBlda.,TnTjrl V kit 107 W. Sixth Ave., IUfLrfl lHji DAVID riARTIN, (Ei Chief Justice of Kansas) ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR....

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

I Devoted id me Bar Interests or the Home, the Shop and the form Eleventh Year, No. 5. OFFICIAL STATE FAFKK. 81 YKAU. TOPEKA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 1, 1899. EVERY WEDNESDAY. 1'KICK HVK VENTS. Call for a Union Party. Populists, Single Taxers, Prohibition ists, Socialists and Others Asked to Come Together to Work for the Initiative and Referendum. CONFERENCE AT CINCINNATI, The Union Reform party of Ohio, com posed of all the reform parties organ ized in that State with the exception of the Socialist Labor party is branching out for a national organization. The fol lowing call has been issued for a na tional conference at Cincinnati, March 1: Headquarters State Executive Commit tee of the Union Reform Party of Ohio. Springfield, Ohio, December 10, 1898. To the Citizens of the United States: The discontent of the people, evident on every hand, calls the attention of the thoughtful to investigate the causes thereof. The events of the past few years have demonstrated very plainly two things: ....

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. — 1 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBlttUft 1, O You May Decide the Philippine H Question for Yourself. YOU HAVE HEARD THE ADMINISTRATION'S SIDE THROUGH PRESIDENT MCKINLEY'S ADDRESSES HERE IS A STATEflENT FROn THE FILIPINOS. C In the last humber of the New York New Voice appears the following Interview J with Don Felipe Agom-lllo, the special envoy from General Agalnalilo, who if 1 now at Washington in the Interest, of the Filipino. General Agonrlllo C J rame to tliU country from Paris, where he went from the Philippine to watch the progrens of the Peace ComnilHrtton. General Agonclllo say t "It seems very strange to me, espe daily after reading Bomethlng of the history of your people, that the United States should desire to hold sway over an unwilling people, In a land where Its flag Is unknown, and where Its represen tatives are looked upon as foreigners It Is very well to Bay, 'We can govern you much better than you can govern yoursolves.' But this I am forced to deny. The best system of go...

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. — 1 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND HEM ?4?&?fi?&??4??ft? SMS1 THB SOUTHWEST CORNER. Annual Addrcn by G. M. DavU, of 8tevtn County, at the Annual Meeting of the Kanitaa State Hoard of Agriculture. One must have lived la the Southwest Corner of Kansas for a term of years, or have a poetic soul, to look over the all but deserted plains and realize their beauties. A little more than a decade ago hun dreds flocked hither, believing It to be a veritable land of promise. They brought with them the knowledge and traditions of their old homes, and wrought a3 their fathers had wrought In other lands and under entirely differ ent climatic conditions. They planted broad acres of Indian corn and the dry, hot days and cool nights caused it to perish. They sowed large areas of wheat and the high winds gath ered up the soil that should have nour ished It and with it beat the tender plants to earth. There were occasional seasons when corn and wheat readied maturity and yielded enough grain to kindle anew the ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

4" THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY t. A colony of Virginia families la com ing to Wellington. Horton has a C. R. I. & P. band with a membership of 22. Cherokee gets the headquarters ot the Carnegie coke plant. Wamego has sold Its waterworks bonds to a Chicago Arm. Sol. Long Is Topeka correspondent of the Elk County Citizen. Senator Hart's Mil for a State dis pensary was killed In committee. Dickinson County's poultry show beat the Kansas City show by 100 birds. Ellis County wants the new State nor mal school on the Fort Hays reserva tion. Mike McKenna is making the only Populist paper in Rooks County worthy of the name. The electric light plant at the Leav enworth soldiers' homo will be in oper ation this month. The Krebs murder case at Junction City resulted in a verdict of guilty in the second degree. Mayor Nesser of Fort Scott Itt out of the Methodist Church for failure to en force the prohibitory law. The Topeka insane asylum lost its pumping station by fire Friday night and...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

1890. 6 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. THE OUTLOOK REGARD ING RESUBMISSION. The State Temperance Union has made a careful Investigation of the feeling all over the State as to resubmission and the repeal of prohibition. Secretary Ste phens has also looked into the present Legislature and makes the following comment in the current number of the Kansas Issue: "The outlook for the better enforce ment of the prohibitory liquor law is very bright. Since resubmission failed In the extra session, and its friends have little hope for Its succews in this, there is a greater determination to scvuro the enforcement of the law than before. Many who favored submitting the pro hibitory amendment once more to the people now desire its strict enforcement. At present writing the present Legisla ture seems to be fully awake to the de mands of the hour. "Already five bills have been intro duced, three In the Senate and two In the House. Three of these bills contain similar provisions, principally to enable co...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 1, Practical Fan From Actual Experience. ( "Agriculture is the Most Healthful, Most Usoful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." v George Washington. Wheat Vrmn. Wheat bran Is a splendid feed for milch cows. As a milk producer It Is one of the best and cheapest foods that the farmer can use. When mixed with corn meal It makes an excellent food for calves and young pigs. It is also pood as an occasional feed for horses. It can generally be bought at local mills at a low price some time during the year, and then is the time for farmers to put a good stock of it in their granaries. thine, requiring from thirty to forty head of stock to handle it. Scientific American. Value of KggM. For most people eggs are a wholesome and agreeable food. There Is more solid nutriment in eggs than in the same weight of meat. Generally, six eggs will weigh about one pound, and a pound of eggs will produce as much flesh as a pound of beef. When properly cooked, eggs are eas...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

1899. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ' NOTABLE STOCK SHOW. Oae Hundredth Annual Exhibition of the Smithfield Club. The hundredth annnal ehow of tha famous British Sraitbfield club was re cently held at Islington and waa attend ed by the Prince of Wales, the Duke of York and other notables. The prince, wiya the London Illustrated News, was president of the club in the year of its centenary exigence just closed and was a successful competing exhibitor 01 well THE QUEKN'S HEREFORD STEER. First prize 1898. as a donor of prizes and eminent royal patron, well sustaining the example set by his father, the prince consort, as founder of the Royal Agricultural so ciety and a leading improver of cattle and other live stock. Their royal high nesses lunched with the council of the Smithfield club. The queen won two breed cups, three first prizes and two second prizes. The champion prizes and the centenary gold medal were awarded to Lord Stratbmore for bis Aberdeen Angus heifer, declared to be the fine...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 1, THE ADVOCATE FOR Tit HOME AND NEWS SHOP AM FARM OFFICIAL PAPER OF THK STATE i OF KANSAS. Published Every Wcdaeiday, at Topeki, Kiogt g. GEO. U HARRISON & CO., EOITORS AMD rMOI'BICTOHH. Subscription Raton: (hie ropy one year by mail, $t. In cli) of ten or nutre, by mail, one year, 75 renin awn. The advertising rate of TheAdvorate ntul News are low. tMuiuuc will ne mane ana prices jur nWwl on avvUnUlon. No film eharge for rut. tte. The pulilMier reserve the right to reject any onjeciwiuune wivenwuid. i ne Tenner oj ww paper truly eonnlder tiny advert Utment which ath- veart nerr.in an rrpremiaing a jirm wnoe ruuwii itu rnn he vouched for Im the vuMlher. The Advocate won entahlMied in tHX), and inn eowuAidnleA with The Kanna Newt in ltxn. The Advocate and Newt i the official State jtaper, and hat a larger circulation than any other Kama weekly which receive advertisement. For information regarding tubferiptions and aavenumg rate, atuire Offloe: ...

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