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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 April 1899

I THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1899. vJ 55 55 55 55 55 55 555555 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 5553 LfW5555555 55; 355555V55(r 55555 55 Ci 55;f PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT Chctopa Advance: Fifty Iff NSIK dollars a ton wa3 offered for KAiioAo. (Jiiioim zinc ore last week. This breaks tho world's record. Pratt Union: Attica business men talk of moving the town a quarter of a mile dis tant to avoid paying bonds. It would bo a cheap way of settlement. Chanute Itlude: We have heard a good deal in the past of embalmed beef. Next week, hero in Chanute, we will probably have a goodly supply of embalmed candi dates. Philadelphia Call: One volunteer regi ment, the Twentieth Kansas, made a charge in the battle of last Saturday which, Re cording to the press accounts, equaled any thing that took place at Santiago, not ex cepting the famous charge up San Juan hill. George W. Martin in the Kansas City Gazette: There is some disposition to roar because at the Democratic banquet at To peka wine was used in the State Hou...

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. — 12 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 6 APRIL 1., & I IiUi4I 1 CL'iil Mil J Prnm Arfnnl pYnprIfnri vrm. c") "Agrlculturt li the Most Healthful, Koit Useful, and Kost Noble Employment ot Man." Q 4 George Washington. Sorghum for Hay. In crowins soryhum for forage wc sow thickly with a seed drill. It is cut when about waist high and allowed to remain on the ground until thoroughly dried out. It i then raked and stacked at once. Cattle, horses and sheep do well on this kind of rough feed. It is eaten up more completely than any other kind. Sow the regulation sorghum nyrup sceu. wuiiam i iionqmoii. llrimklnjr Colt. Break to lead very young, never put a halter on that may bo broken, as a break may spoil the colt. Feed grain as soon as possible. Break to drive early. .Never work until four years old. In breaking a colt always hitch with a steady, strong horse. Always have the harness lit wen, especially the collar. A work horse should have daily two pounds of feed for every 100 pounds of live weight,...

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. — 12 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 7 WHEN TO SPRAY. Profeaaor Card's necommndatlon For Apple Orchard. Profeuaor Card of Nebraska makes the following recommendation in a re cent bulletin : Spray with paris green, aa generally recommended, about one week after the blossoms fall or in time to get the cnlyx cups well filled with the poison so that they may close over and hold it there. Spray again with paria green and bordeaux mixture combined or with kerosene emulsion about June 1, or, better still, observe carefully and apply this when the eggs are being laid in abundance on the leaves. Scrape the bark and place paper bands around the tree about the last of June, when the larvse are beginning to leave the apple to pupate. Examine these two or three times, a week apart, and destroy the insects found beneath them. If these methods are not wholly effect ive, owing to the proximity of neglect ed orchards or from an unusual abun dance of moths, later spraying, with ei ther paris green and bordeaux mix...

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. — 12 April 1899

8 AP1UL 12, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE FOR THE HOME AND NEWS SHOP official papeb or the state Or KANSAS. Published Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kaasai. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EDITOB8 AND PBOPBIETOH8. a . i tr u,x urn ntii tMtr ht mail, $t. In cluht of ton or more, by matt, one year, 75 cents eacn. . . Tfc adwrtWwfl rufe o The Advocate and Newt art low. Estimate will he mute and prise fur nished on application. No extra charge for cut, etc. The publisher renerve the riuht to reject any otJtclUnahle atlvcrtMna. The reader of this paper man consider anu advertisement which ap pear herein a repmcntina a firm whose rcUabil llii can he vowhed for by the publisher. The Advoctie wo established in 1H83, and was coneoUdatMl with The Kansas Hew in iW7. The. Advocate and New U Uie official State paper, and has a larger clmdjUUin thin anu other Kama weekly which receive advertisement. For information reaardiny subscriptions and advertising rates, address 0Hc: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 April 1899

9 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ful men and women of the world. It means a building up of honest, useful lives. It means the consecration of the energies of mind and body to high and noble work. It means a thorough preparationforthevaried duties and emergencies of life. It means the realization of our highest hopes and a fulfillment of God's great purpose in our lives and in tho lives of our fellow men. Self-education means the upbuilding of use ful lives lives that will add to the com munity, honor to our institutions and strength and dignity to state and nation. Another problem that confronts our young men is this: Every individual has a partcular work to do and the great problem of life is to find out what this work is and to do it. You have a place to fill which no one else can till. You have a work to do which no one else can do and if you do not do it, it will be left undone, and the purpose for which you were created will bo repeated just to that extent. The very fact that you...

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. — 12 April 1899

xo THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 1 FANNY AND THE FIREMAN. BY CY VVARMAN. (Coprrlcht, 1809, hy th Author. CHAPTER L "Sit here, please, " said Fanny, and she stood with hor shapely bands upon the back of a cbair that she bad drawn a little wny oat from the table. It was the boast of the proprietor that be hud the handsomest lot of table girls on the road, and the queen of the collection was Fanny McCann. That's how she happened to be bead waitress, for she could not know much of the business, She bad come to the eating station part ly because her widowed mother was poor and partly to gratify a consuming desire to pose as the prettiest girl in the place, for she bad been consulting her mirror. The fireman frowned, but took a seat next the proprietor of the Mint Julep. The fireman's face, newly washed and bard rubbed, glistened in the glare of the electric light, and the same light played upon the jeweled bands and im maculate shirt front of the Julep man. The fireman bowed coldly, and t...

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. — 12 April 1899

11 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,"...

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. — 12 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 APKIL 12, Proclamation to The Filipinos. (Continued from page 1.) Chun. Pratt, New Cambridge, private. M, n go 27, single, killed In action; relative, 0. Pratt. New Cambridge. lllnim li. Plummer. Oarnott, private, I1, ngo 32. slnKle, killed In action; relative, Mary III11, Ltliifkljurn, Okla. Edward A. Retfoomeyor, Topeka, private, A, nge 21, single, died of disease; relative, (. c. Rcthemeyer, Watervllle. Alonzo Y. Klcketts, Htanton, private, I, i jjjo 24. single, killed In action; relative, H. F. Klcketts, Stanton. J. Sheldon, Osnwatomle, sergeant, I, ngo 23, single, killed In action; relative, W. II. Sheldon, l'aola. Benjamin M. Squire, Junction City, pri vate, I,, upe 25. single, died of dlHcuse; rel ative, (J. W. Kqtilri'H. WIlHon. Charles II. HnndgrnsH, WlnterB, Col., pri vate, 11, ago 2Ti, single, died of disease; relative, Matilda HnodgrasH, Minneapolis, Knns. John Sherrer, T.os Angeles, private. (1, ttge .'19. single, killed In action; relative, Ch...

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. — 12 April 1899

13 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MODERN METHODS. flow Thing; Are Now Done on th Weatrrn llangra. Dehorning cattle has brought a new instrument into tbo equipment of a range, says the San Franoisco Chron icle. It is a Eteel apparatus with ban dies about tbroe feet long and altogether weighing 15 pounds. It is known aa the "dohorner." It baa two sharp knives, one stationary and one movable, and resembles a tree pruning fork. When the handles are apart, the knives are open and will encircle the largest cattle horns. Whon the handles are pinched together, the knives olose, and in a twinkling the horns are severed clean and smooth. A Etrong armed man can romove the toughest horns from an animal by quick, strong pressure on the handles. The large cattle companies have their own dehorning outfits, but there are gangs, each of five rnun, that go abopt the southwest doing nothing except dehorning cattle at eo much a head. One of the gang ia theropor, who heaves his lariat about an animal's hi...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 April 1899

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 12, ' f?pf!flincy iar Hip Vnunor Folks. BY MABLE DICCS. SKETCH OF LOUISA M. ALCOTT'S CHILDHOOD. BT HI 118 ELF. One of my earliest recollections is of play ing with books in my father's study build ing houses and big bridges of the big dic tionary and diaries looking at pictures, pretending to read, and scribbling on blank puges whenever pen or pencil could be found. Many of these first attempts at uuthorship still remain in "liacon's Es says," "Hut arch's Lives," and other works of a serious nature, my infant nature being for solid literature, apparently. On one occasion we built a high tower round baby Lizzie as she sat playing with her toys on the floor, and, being attracted by something out of doors, forgot our little prisoner. A search was made, and patient baby at last discovered curled up and fast asleep in her dungeon cell, out of which she emerged so rosy and smiling after her nap that we were forgiven for our careless ness.' Another memory is...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 April 1899

15 1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FOR 7 JJ THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY I I l Every woman should read Miss Vida Scudder'a new book, "Social Ideals in Eng lish Literature." It ifl a fascinating study and the amount of real knowlodgo gained from it is truly wonderful. It can be sent for by anyone (Boston: Houghton, Mifllin & Co., $1.75)and should be in every houac- 1iold. THE OLD STORY. When the dew la all a-spurkllnR, In the meadow by the brook. And young lovers urone a-larklng In some quiet, sheltered nook; Then the moon Is Just a-lauRhlnR, At "what fools these mortals be; " Still the younff folks keep a-smacklng, Though the frogs creep out to see. Now the crickets start a-chlrplng, While the leaves all blink and smile, And tho brook Roes on a-creeplnir. Though he's looking all the while. They have witnessed scores o' woolngs, And they know they mustn't speak, So the young things keep a-coolng In the meadow by tho creek. Call for Help From the Red Cross. Clara Barton is pursuing with u...

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. — 12 April 1899

id ME ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AMllL 12, ISM. Toor Tommy. Teacher What ia the mat tor with you to-day, Tommy? You seem to be nervous and uneasy. Tommy I am. Yesterday wna my pa and nm's wooden wedilln' und nearly all the neighbors sent 'em shingles. Chicago News. IMiJ-YGiir mtti Work. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, 119-1 It West Eighth St. Telephone SflS, ... FAIR WARNING... Order Your Roofing Quick Before wo advance prices, which we will have to do very goon. THE KANSAS CITY ROOFING AND CORRUGATING CO., 410 Delaware St., Kanaaa City, Ho. February 6, 1839. Mention Advocate and New when writing. SEASONABLE SUGGESTION TAKE A TRIP TO P lor Ida OR THE Quit 1 Coast Best Reached in Through Caw by Louisville & Nashville R. R. Write for Information to C P. ATMORE, Cen't Pass. Agent, LOUISVILLE, KY 1 ..7.1 rrf'-rJ' '. .u. vit ;vj w THE GREAT SOUTHWEST SYSTEM ....Traversing the States of.... KANSAS ' MISSOURI NEBRASKA COLORADO ARKANSAS AND THE INDIAN TERRITORY Five (5) Dally Fasenger Trains nre run on...

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