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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1803. 9 "To Rear a Wall of Men." Hon. Edwin Taylor, to the Students of the State Agricultural College, Manhattan. In talking about building a wall of men, I am hampered 'tmly by the outer edge of my imagination. So I will say that if you start in with the right sort of men they will build the wall themselves. If you havo men full of devotion you can let them down into the human solution called society, and men will crystallize around these, even be it in martyrdom or where the cannon fire. You have first to "catch your man;" but fortunately we belong to a race which has ever been responsible to great ideas, a race in which self-sacrifice is a more dominant power than self-gratification. Of the Kansas pilgrims it was said: "They go to rear a wall of men on freedom's southern line." What for? Not to get rich; but to extend the "homestead of tho free," to bring the blessings of Naseby and Marston Moor, Bunker Hill and Saratoga, even to the bondman. And they did. ...

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. — 1 February 1899

10 FEBRUARY 1, THE ADVOCATE .AND KiSWS. OIIAPTER XV. Ten miles out to the northwest the stream that curved and twisted around the low mesa of Fort Worth burnt its way through a ridge in the foothills, and brawling and dashing at its rocky banks rolled out over the lowlands, foaming at the month with the violence of its own struggles. Far in the heart of the hills it had its source in several clear, cold springs, while the deep hoarded snows of the harsh winters fed and swelled it in the springtide until it reached the proportions of a short lived torrent. lingo heaps of uprooted trees and tangled brushwood it deposited along its shores as far down even as tho fort, but nothing was carried below the sudor's. "Abl's fish that comes to Ful ler's not," said Sergeant MoIIugh, "an sorra a sliver of a sardine iver got away from it." Once in awhile, after un usual flood, tho flotsam and jetaai of the creek would be diversified with wagon bodies, ranch roofs, camp equi page and the like, for...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 11 laying. ''You atruok him with what?" "I don't know, " said Winn. "They ay I've killed him. I have come to sur render myself. " His eyes were as dull and leaden as his heart. "It's not bo bad," burst in the doo tor. "Barclay fell or was knocked over . a chair, and the jar reopened his wound. He fainted from Iobs of blood, but it's checked now." "But how why?" the colonel was stammering. Over the balustrade aloft popped one head nightcapped, and two with tousled hair, and blanched faces were framed in all three, and gasping words were heard, and whisperiugs an of awestricken, news craving bouta. "Where did this occur and when did you return, sir?" "On the back porch of my of our quarters, colonel whea I got back, just before gun fire." "And what possible excuse or expla nation have you, sir? What could war rant such such conduct?" demanded Frazier, as though at a loss for suitable words. Yet, even as he asked, his wife's predictions reasserted them selv...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

12 FEBRUARY 1, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. KANSAS COW PRODUCTS. VALUES OF BTJTTEH, CHEESE AND MILK SOLD. ( Milk other than for butter and cheese.) Diagram showing the comparative home values of dairy products annually fur four years, beginning with 1895 and ending with 1898. lHfKI $1,310,631. 1 $l,:r7,NM5. Increase, 9A7 . - 1H7 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmummmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmm $5,1239,732. Increase, 6.51 1S9H iiiiiiiiiMiiiM li r -- ! "' $0,040,05:!. Iiu reixte, 13.01 . Secretary State Board of Agriculture. THE FARMER ANDTHE FARM- ERS PAPER. 2 3 A Taper Read by lienor Htlver. of iAcelle, Iowa, Ilefore tha Iowa t- 4 Htate Arricultaral Society, ; j at Den Molne, January 10, 1H00. The farmers of the West are not the "Jays" and "Reubens" and the "Uncle Joshes" such as comic and sometimes serious literature of a fear years ago painted the tillers of the soli. The "rude swain," of whom William Cullen Bryant sang, has passed away, or, if he lives, It is only to serve as a menial on our broad fer...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

13 189). THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. A CONFESSION OF FAITH. J. C. Buchanan In the Pittsburg Kaiutun. I. I have.no creed. The Universe wheels on. I am but as an atom 'mid the worlds; And yet I feel the Spirit of God within me, And I am satisfied. II. I have no creed. Creeds are but words, Love Is reality. Love fills the heart With charity, with peace, With faith, with hope, with heaven Love to the Father, Love to the Christ, Love to our fellows This I feel within, and it shall guide me. He who ruled by love By spirit love, not lust, By love divine He who ruled by love Will, not go wrong. III. I have no creed. Good is the only rule. For what else live we? Fame? It turns to ashes in the grasp. Riches? They are wrung from the heart's blood of our fellows. Knowledge? It is but a babble of words. But Good Love Truth Beauty These are the verities; These are eternal. IV. I have no creed; And yet I fear not death; Death is a shadow. Wrong Hate Error- All are but shadows. But I am eternal. Why sho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 FEBltUARY 1, ... Ij'J ,17V What U UM "Wh-.tis life!" Her blf brovn eyes oek his Aa If to read what ihe would know Wlthla their ympathetio glow. "What's life? Home gay It it Bat strife." What I IlfeT" Ek eyea took bora In tarn. "Born aay It la a lengthened apaa Incomprehensible In plan. A lesson hard to learn la life." "What la lifef Their eyea seek truth from each. Bera droop. The story sweet Is told. The groat Ufa mysteries unfold. "This," he breathes In tender speooh, "Is llfe.V -Burlington Hawkey A Letter to the Young Folk5. I would so like to write you a real long letter, I have so much that I should like to talk to you about; but I am very, very busy Just now, helping mamma and the other workers arrange for the Com monwealth Institute which is to be held here the first week In February. And that Is Just what I want to talk to you about. I want all of my little friends of the Advocate and News to come to Topeka with their pape and mammas when they at te...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 01 . y the women OF THE FAMILY 1 11 llnr Ueautvs Origin. They walked together, arm in arm, Along the Icy pave, The one with youthful beauty's charm And one with features grave, Two wo'raen they, on whom the men, Respectful, looked and looked again. Slow and careful was their paoe Along the frozen way, A maiden bright In life's new light, A dame grown palo and gray, One life just opening Into bloom And one fast nearlng to the tomb Mother and daughter, arm in arm, A pleasing sight to Bee. The fair, sweet girl a shield from harm Would to her parent be, A guide among the wintry days Now closing on her earthly ways. "Ah, darling daughter, do you see," The aged mother said, "The child at last is leading me As once her steps I led? Dear child, they call you beautiful f But, better, you are dutiful. "Your mother you do not forsake, As many others do, And there would be no hearts to break Were all, my dear, like you No hearts to wiah they could forget And leave the ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 February 1899

it FEBRUARY 1, 1833. ViateHcar tastily Vfcrk. peerless steam laundry, 113-114 West Eighth St. Telephone SSX. IpOR BALH OH EXCIIANOK. Three Dice elghtr ? acre farm HO per aorej Improved; wantTopeia Dronartv. Uur unburbao boiuaa. awar down, on longtime. Any n amber of acreayou want, oloae to the city, on long time at A percent. Horeral farms, at M per acre, from 40 to J4U aorea, well Improved, long time. Bend me a deiorlptlonof jonrnierobandlse for ale or eiohange. 1 always Bare ouitomera. joon L. Uoward, 401 Kanaaa Ave.. Topeka. GUTHRIE, AUSTIi! h WILS0I1, ATTORNEYS. Real Estate, Mortgage, Bond and Commercial litigation solicited. RoomiB and 11, Stormont Bldg., TO Q E V A If AC 107 W. 8Uth Ave., I Ul CBV9 AftOi DAVID nARTIN, (Kx-Chlef Jottloe of Iaoa) ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR. Attention given to bualnens nnder the new bankruptcy law. ltoomi 8 and T, fourth floor, TIUDCVl ViUCK Central National Bank Bldg. I Ul CM, MUdAdi GEO. KLEIN & CO., makers or HIGH-GRADE HARNESS nd SADDLERY GOO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

IDevoiBd to Thentiikllrl Home, M 3hop and the to I Eleventh Year, No. 6. OFFICIAL STATU FA PIS IS. 91 YEAH. TOPEKA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 8, 1.899. c KVKKY WEI1NKSDAT. I'KICK FIVE CUN1S. Now They Are "The Enemy." War Begins Between the United States and the Insurgents in the Philippine Islands; No Kansans Hurt. COME TOGETHER AT MANILA. Manila, Feb. 6. The Filippinos at tacked the American line from Calvoacan to Santa Mesa Saturday evening. There was heavy fusillade on both sides, and the artillery was used. The United States cruiser Charleston and the gunboat Concoard bombarded the enemy. The Americans, after magnificent charges, captured several of the enemy's positions. The Americans lost 20 killed and 125 wounded,-The Filipinos lost heavily. The clash came at 8:30 In the evening, when three daring Filipinos darted past the Nebraska regiment's pickets at Santa Mesa, but retired when challenged. They repeated the experiment without drawing the sentries' fire, but the third time Corporal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEW8. 0 FEBRUARY , t TRANSFER OP TITLCS. 0 Tlifl Torrerw System of I-and RrgU- jjjj 9 tratlon. 4 In most of the States the old-fiah-loned way of transferring titles to real estate la etill in use, which la by deed accompanied by on abstract of the title showing a statement of all the convey ances and incumbrances affecting the title from the government down to the last conveyance. As the country gets older and the transfers more numerous thU system becomes burdensome and expensive and to avoid this other sys tems have been devised. The Torrens system, which provides for the regis tration of titles and a certificate of title, Is In use in Illinois and Massachusetts, and has been used in some countries of the Old World for over a hundred years, and has given such satisfaction that wherever It ha3 been tried It has been continued Infuse. The Rural-New Yorker gives the following information regard ing that system : "An Outline of the Torrens System. The essential featur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, 3 -J. 'Hi aai -nt!T7'rVu. THE GOSPEL OF A GLASS OF BEER. W "-TtT,i ul- Society Women and, in fact, nearly all women vho undergo a nervous strain, arc 5ome Things the Churches Can Learn From the Saloon, If They Only Care To. A sermon br Rev. ChnrU-n II. Parkhurst at Madliton fquaru I'rt'sliyUjrlan Church, January?.). a X "I recently made a tour among some of. the saloons of the city for the purpose of studying their habits and methods as one year ago I did among the churches and I shall probably soon deliver a se ries of talks on 'What the Saloon Can Teach the Church.' "At present I desire merely to say that I was amazed at some of the scenes wit nessed. First of all, I discovered that there were among the bartenders and proprietors of saloons men of gentle manly Instincts and sympathetic con duct. But I was most affected by the saloon-keepers methods of distributing food and nourishment among their pat rons. At noon hour I frequently found the place swarming w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

4 FEBRUARY 8. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. mi m DnrpTrPfifv Prt tif led hv One Vote. W ' Outbreak at Manila Secures Just Enough Support to (let It Through jJJ -Otherwise It Would Hav Been Lost. h m . .. . Washington, February C The treaty of peace negotiated between the commis sioners of the United States and Spain at Paris was to-day ratified by the United States Senate, the vote being 57 ayes to 27 nays, or one vote more than the two thirds majority necessary to secure Sen atorial concurrence in a treaty document. The vote was taken In executive ses sion, and until the injunction of secrecy was removed the result was supposed to be private; but the Vice President had no more than announced the figures be fore Senators rushed out of every door leading from the Senate chamber, declar ing that the treaty had been ratified. Some made the mistake of stating that there were three votes to spare. There was In fact only one vote more than was necessary the, balloting resulting 57 ayes to 27 nay...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

b 18f3. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. number introduced by Senators who are not at all favorable to prohibition. Senator Farrelly offered an amend ment providing for the postponement of the contest for district judge between Falloon and Stuart until February 14. It was adopted, as was Senator Lewelllng's motion that the McKay-Gillett contest Imj dismissed The location of the new Insane asylum came up again and fourteen ballots were cast without a result. The final ballot resulted: Chanute 11, Clay Center 9, Wel lington 10, Parsons 1, Columbus 2, Sa llna 2. Among the bills Introduced was one by Senator King compelling shippers to pay $3 per day for cars ordered and not used within three days after their arrival, and compelling railroad employes to pay the same amount to shippers when cars or dered fail to arrive within three days. Friday. Senator Titu3 introduced a bill supple mental to the present school text book law. It makes provision for uniformity in the primary grades and In the high...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

FEBRUARY 8, 6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Practical 3 m " Agriculture is the Most Healthful. Most Useful, nd Most Noble Employment ot Man." , George Washington. Farm Notes 1 () ( (9 From Actual Experience. Sunflower Oil. In 1812 a Russian farmer named Boka reff conceived the Idea of extracting oil from the seed of the sunflower. His neighbor told him It was a visionary Idea and that he would have his labor his pains. He persevered, however, and from that humble beginning the Indus try has expanded to enormous propor tions. To-day more than 7,000,000 acres of land In Russia are devoted to the cultivation ofthe sunflower. Two kinds are grown, one with Bmall seeds, which are crushed for oil, and the other with larger seeds, that are consumed by the poorer people In enormous quantities. Farm, Field and Fireside. Slopes for Orchard. Other things being equal, a north and east slope will probably be the best ground on which to plant an apple or chard, because It will be more sheltered from the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 181)9. 7 WHY BREED SCRUB HOGS? 4n Expert Conmlders It at PrlTtlece to Ralie Snrlne. The feed and treatment of eowa, writes A. N. Springer in Land and A Living, have much to do with tbe ex tent of their profitable period. At no time should they have an all corn ration, but it Ghonld be supplemented by milk, bran, slop, grass, eta. Corn is tbe worst feed to give a sow that is, for a main artiole of food but often it is tbe only thing they get. A sow fed through the winter on corn alone, or with mayhap a bucket of slop occasionally, is not in fit condition for farrowing healthily. Her system in apt to be feverish and the un natural craving will very likely lead to her devouring her pigs. The pigs, too, are very apt to be a sorry looking lot, and if they Jive will never eive tbe .'in'-." v ' 'A n i J.. I I i , i . " 4 m s MODEL POLAND-CHINA. owner much pleasure, pride or profit. The remedy is to feed plenty of nitrog enous foods. A rye patch makes excel lent green...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

8 FEBRUARY S. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS FOB THE HOME SHOP AND FARM OFFICIAL PAPEK OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. PnMtafeed Every Wedneiday,t Toptki, Kansas. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and I'hopbietoiis. Na!rrlptloii IUte:-0e row one year by mail, $t. In cluh of ten or mure, by mail, one year, 75 tf.nl earn. The advert Mug rate of The Advocate and New are low. Kttnviu win ntmaae anaprwe jur nbilud nn amillciUlon. No extra charge for cuts, tic. The publisher reerve the right to reject any objcetUmable advcrtlnlna- The reader of thl paper mail comlder any advertlMC.me.nl which ap pear herein a representing a firm whe rellabll- ttu ran lie vonchenl for ny im pubiuner. The Advocate wa entablUhed in 1HK!), and wa eomolldalcd with The Kanmi New in tKff. The Advocate and New i the official State paper, and ha a larger circulation than any other Kama weekly which receive advert luement. For information regarding: ubcriptUm and advertising rate, atldre 09Bo: THE ADVOCATE ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

o 1839- THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Agoncillo Went to Canada. Montreal, Feb. 6. Agoncillo, the Fill; plno representative arrived here at 7:45 this morning. Agoncillo says that he has been unable to communicate with Agulnaldo, owing to the strict censorship exercised by the United States authorities and thinks that it Is his duty, under the circumstances, to place himself beyond its Jurisdiction so that he will be able to communicate with his home people. He condemns the action of the United States govern ment In refusing him permission to com municate with his home government. He says he Is not here for the purpose of avoiding arrest. "I heard about Saturday's affair berore leaving New York last night," Agonsillo said, "and It surprised me greatly. 1 had no Idea that affairs at Manila had reached such a critical stage; in fact, I considered that they were perhaps get ting a trifle better. But I had no news from the Philippines." "And you expect to receive It here?" he was asked. "I do; t...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND KiSWS. 10 FEBRUARY $ CHAPTER XVL - Three days more and back came Mnl lane with the wretched prisoner Mars den. The Irish captain 'a eyes grew Bau cor big when he heard the harrowing details of recent events at the post. Never 'in its liveliest days, before of slnoe, had Worth known an excitement to match this, for, with the best inten tions in tho world, there wasn't a wom an in officers' row who could get at the bottom facts of the episode. Rumors of the wildest kind that were early in circulation were best left to the imagi nation of the reader. The only thing actually known was that Mrs. Winn and Captain Barclay were going out riding at revoille ; that Winn surprised them and knocked the captain down ; that Winn was now in close arrest, Bar clay on the mend and again sitting np, Mrs. Winn confined by illness to her bed, Mrs. Faulkner (a most important perHon she) in devoted attendance, all their differences forgiven, if not forgot ten, and there were few Mrs. Fau...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 11 their betters settle a question without either court martial or a fight Talk and jeering laugh grew loader aa pota tions followed on the heel taps of their predeceflaors. The mail from San An tonio got in at 5 p. m. that evening, and the orderly was distributing letters as the officers retnrned from etablea Winn, by invitation, bad accompanied the major and wus walking home with him, Mullane and a crony or two fol lowing at safe distance. Soveral men saw the light of relief in Winn's face as be received, opened and glanced into the miHsive handed him. "Has it come?" asked Brooks in genuine sympathy. "Yes," answered Winn almost sol emnly. "A check which I am instruct ed to have cashed by Faller, as he has all the currency in the county just tow." "I congratulate you with all my heart," said the major. "I suppose you will see Trott tomorrow." "I shall see him tonight, if you will excuse me, sir. I'll go at once to the store, Brayton, will you come with me?" F...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 February 1899

12 FEBRUARY K THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Corrector and Two Champion Son. In presenting our readers with a pic ture of the celebrated Hereford sire, Corrector 48976, with his two best sonB, Sir Bredwoll 63685 and Thickset 68785, we portray the crowning glory of the Weavergrace Breeding Establishment, Chllllcothe, Mo., and of Mr. T. P. B. Sotham, as a breeder of Hereford cattle. Since Cadillac, the first calf begotten by Corrector, won champion honors on the western circuit of State Fairs, 1893, not a year has passed without adding a long list of first and champion prizes to the credit of Corrector's progeny. During this term of years Corrector has won more Important prizes for the get of one sire, than the get of any other bull that can be named. Among the champions over all breeds begotten by Corrector was Cadillac, 1893; Grace, 1894; Grace and Protection, 1895; Sir Comewell, 1896; Thickset and Excellent, 1897; Silence, Benison and Thickset, 1898. While the honor of being the Champion o...

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