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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

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Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

January 1, DJJ. THOMPSON & CO. "Ml" Mn Tales First Me GRAIN COflMISSIQN, The only Engine for successful irrigation. Can be used for feed flrrindinar. shelila. etc. Buy grain and hay in car lots on any railroad in Kaniaa or Oklahoma. Make advances on WE GUARANTEE RESULTSlrw Till PKEMITJH ENOINI At Garden City Fair. VY1TTE IRON WORKS, Kansas City, Do. consignments. Correspondence solicited. When writing them always mention the Advocate. Win. A. Sogers. Eobt E. Cox. Fred W. Bishop. THE ADVOCATE. 1 i'l .1 J., V I I Mi Live Stock Commission Merchants, Rooms 2C5 and 36$ Live Stock Exchange Bldg Jcxrxmcxtt City 1309 Poland-Chinas t snipped oy express kj is ohw iau Canada. Original Wllkes.Corwin.Te cumseh and world's Fair blood. JEST-Wrlte for one to HTS 0 J FARfl, Emporia, Kansas. We are the largest breeders of pure-bred hogs in the world, and won more premiums at State fairs last year than any other breeder in the United States. We are breeding this year SCO brood sows and hare twelve...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

T7 I & n A 11. VOL. YIIL, NO. 1. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JANUARY 1, 1896. 1.00 A YEAR. SUNNY KANSAS, Kansas is a wonderful State. There is nothing commonplace about it Kansas marches at the head of the pro cession, or else there is no procession on the program. A thoroughly accli mated Kansan knows no other haven of rest on eaith. The average Kansan is the cream of the earth. He must be. No other man would hold his own been a pioneer in Kansas is to have been familiar with hardships and turbulent scenes, with persecution, bloodshed, and sorrow; but to-day we have laid aside our sackcloth and ashes, to be clothed in the garments of praise. When in combat the blood of the fair Adonis was spilled upon the ground, there sprung forth the beautiful white flower of peace; and so the moral and political com bat3 of Kansas have preceded the bloom and fragrance of a more exalted civilization. "If the statistician seeks a solution of our occasional discontent, and asks why we are and fruit, and co...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

V 4 4 THE ADVOCATE. January 1, Irrigation With Storm Waters. BT GEORGE M. MUNGES. Extract from paper read at meeting of State uoraconar&i society at .Lawrence, secern tern, 7 J Irrigation with storm waters may be fairly interpreted in this instance to read, "Irrigation in eastern Kansas." Apathy and doubt regarding the benefits of ir ligation exist in this portion of the State, while in western Kansas a vigorous, ac tive development is well under headway. About one-third of the State, and that the eastern third, is more or less irriga tle with impounded storm waters, and in no other way is it possible, leaving out of consideration the comparatively limited areas of river and creek bottoms. Tho geological formation and topography of this pan, of the State are eminently favorable to this plan of getting and using the water. The land system and ownership are against it. Lands were originally surveyed, platted and sold without any reference to this important feature of a successful ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

1893. THE ADVOCATE, Grand valley, were offered and refused $40,000 in money for it, or $30,000 for a choice forty acres of it. Thece are all young orchards. State ments like these should call the atten tion of the Kansas fruit-growers to the thought that there is something that he has not yet discovered in fruit growing. It is not very difficult to show that the lack is almost exclusively water. The quantity of water required is an important part of the subject, and as bearing on that point the following ex tract from an editorial in the Greeley Tribune of January 31, 1895, on the duty of water and its results over large areas, is of interest: "Whereas the Larimer county ditch has just half as many acres under cultivation in Weld county as has Canal No. 2, it produces a trifle more than one-third as much wheat, about one-tenth the number of bushels of oats, and less than one-sixth the number of sacks of potatoes. It takes water to grow crops; and other things being equal that is, wi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

THE ADVOCATE, January 1, PUB1ISHID EVIKY WIDNI8DAT BT THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO., TOPEKA, - KANSAS. 01.00 A. YEAH. Entered at the Postoffice at Topeka, Kansas as second-class matter. ADYZBTI8W0 Ratss Single Insertion : Dis play, 15cents per agate line (14 lines to Inch); reading notices. 80 cents per line (count lines). Liberal discount for long time and large space ordars. 5ATI03AL BEF0B1 PBESS ASSOCIATION. How to Get the "Advocate" at naif Price. This special edition of the Advocate has been issued with several objects in vtew, one of which is to see how many of those receiving it will be enterprising enough to take advantage of a good offer. During the present year everybody will want to keep posted on current topics, for it will be an eventful year, and will mark an important epoch in the history of the country. You will want to view politics from all sides, and watch the changes. You will want a paper that will inter est and instruct every member of the family; one that contai...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

1886. THE ADVOCATE. 7 i LET US GET TOGETHER. Proposition for a National Conference of Reform Forces. If the National Populist committee, which meets at St, Louis on the 17th of January, should call a national conven tion, while every friend of financial reform is trying to devise some plan of getting together, it would arouse aa an tagonism which would be most difficult to overcome. Prejudice, more potent than reason or patriotism, would drive Silver League Republicans and Silver League Democrats back into their re spective parties, and cause the two wings of the Democratic party to unite by straddling the money question, and the result would be a sweeping victory for the Republican party on November next, leaving the Populist party third in the race. To be third in a second contest for President means a dead party. This is history, and has been the fate of all third party movements. It is clear to the minds of the commit tee that the Populist party cannot win without the aid of the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

THE ADVOCATE. January 1, A Washington View. j . .BY ANNIE L. DIOGS. ' 'We're haying the "mostest' fun Ic-ra, at Washington. Coagrecs has V.ca listening to tha witch tales that "Utto orphant" Grover told. And r.o:; tha eagle feathers ara flying;. Ti:ra is flapdoodle, hum-fizz, red firs, sticks, horns end bird 0' freedom all going at once. Grover j-.ttcd tha patriotic button and now Ccrjrees knows no East, no West.no Sloath, no North, no Democrat, no Re rutllcsn. All, all is American. We fins gain a united nation, one in our Oration of Venezuela, one in our worship of Grover, one in our hatred cf John Bull. The lower house Coh- jrwimen yelled with delight, bought c? the Washington handkerchief sup ply to soak up Venezuelan tears, 1 rsx& up the House saloon liquor, and tfcsn voted 8100,000 to pay oil some fc!j fellows for looking up some In 1 ; formation as to the Venezuela bound ' cry line. And then the Senate went . ditto. Oh, but these are glorious times. It's ia!hty hard work f...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

1C33. THE ADVOCATE. THE SINGLE TAX MOYEHENT. Henry George and His Thsory-Ths Phllosc- . phj of Freedom. 0 BT W. H. T. WAKEFIELD. Soon after Abraham Lincoln was nom inated for President in I860, a prominent doctor of divinity referred to him aa the Quiiotic champion of a new and strange doctrine which none could explain and none understand. And yet this new and strange doctrine was the world-old on of the right of a man to own himself and to enjoy the fruits of his own labor imply 'the doctrine of justice between men. Loag habit of condoning injustice, of accepting it aa a part of conventional experience and a matter of course, as the law, the custom, and the policies of our country or community, makes a demand for justice seem like a new and strange doctrine, requiring elaborate explana tion and argument to sustain it It is quite generally supposed that Henry George is the author of a new theory one quite difficult to under stand; but nothing could be further from the truth. He wan ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

10 THE ADVOCATE. January 1, ) ' SUMY KANSAS. (Continued from page 1.) Ity i3 reported good, with occasional exception of some molding in the shuck, attributed by correspond ents to wet weather, in August. Tha total yield of winter wheat amounts to 15,512,241 bushels on the 4,056,514 acres sown, or 3,179,908 bush els more than the growers at the be ginning of harvest estimated for the acreage then regarded as likely worth cutting. This would indicate that they finally harvested considerably more than had at first seemed ot value, which gave them more wheat, although cutting the larger acreage lowered the average for all the acres. Of spring wheat the yield was 489,819 bushels on 115,457 acres sown. Only CO per cent, of the wheat is reported as strictly merchantable for milling purposes, and thfl avprflffo nriee now ruling at the , . - g- JT - - nearest milling or shipping markets is 47 cents rer bushel, covering a range j of 35 to GO centd, dependent on quality and location. The area...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

1833. THE ADVO GATE. 11 .at 54,899,774. There are 10,540 miners required to do the work. Tha coal mined is of an excellent quality and is soft coal. It is a popular fuel, aa is evidenced by the fact that the output of 1894; was about two and one-half times that of 1885. The mines of Leav enworth and Osage counties are ex tensively worked. The State owns an excellent mine at the Penitentiary, which is worked by the convicts, from which is furnished sufficient coal to run all of the State institutions and public buildings. The lead and zinc mines are impor tant features of Kansas mining inter ests. These mines are all located in Cherokee and Crawford counties and are the most extensive and as rich as any in the world. The weekly product averages over $40,000, and the annual product is valued at $2,000,000. These mines are operated cheanlv. and Ga $ l&na, the center of these mines, is a model place for mills and factories, there being an inexhaustible supply of fuel, a good home ma...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

Il.IV ".l.f X4 THE ADVOCATE. January 1, 10 TLo Milling Industry in Kansas. BY C. B. HOFFMAN. The reduction of wheat and corn to flour and meal and the various products that com from these cereals is an in dustry the second largest in the United fttatca." In 1890 there were over 18,000 2our milla In the United States, and the output of these was worth, in dol lars, $513,000,000, exceeded only by the - slaughtering and meat-packing estab lishments, the products of which amounted to 561 million dollars; while the foundries and machine shops of the country produced 412 million dollars, the iron and steel furnaces 430 million dollars, lumber from logs 403 million f ; dollars, and printing and publishing 275 ) million dollars, the rest of the industries falling hundreds of millions below them in value of output. ; Kansas is peculiarly well adapted for ' the fostering of milling. This is due to ) the superiority of hard wheats and the ' condition of our climate, which causes the flour to s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

1828. 13 A Test in Oil-cake Feeding. Desiring a definite and practical test as to the value and usefulness of ground linseed cake as a means of fattening cat tle Mr. L. L. Roby, of Topeka, Kas., made the following test feed, the result of which was bo satisfactory that we print it for the information of others, giving it in Mr. Roby's own words. The experiment was made to settle (aa far as might be) several disputed points about feeding in general, and to more firmly establish several important facts about the great value of ground linseed cake as a sure, quick, safe, cheap and healthful feed for cattle while being fat tened for market. In order to make the test feed as nearly as possible like the general run of Western feeding, the cattle selected were twelve head of common native three-year-old steers, which had been roughed through the summer and fall, just pre vious to being bought for this purpose. They were purchased at the Kansas City stock yards, and when fattened were sold ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

14 THE ADVOCATE. January 1, KANSASJfOTES. Beloit has a new M. E. church. Tha Independent is a new paper at Wakeeney. The, World ia a daily recently started at Chanute, . The Meriden Ledger. (Rep.) don't like Cy Leland. ' Diphtheria haa caused the closing of Stockton schools. There ia $96,000 due the State on the seed grain account. Joe Waters never keeps a copy of anything he writes. . Holton'a electric plant began opera tiona December 23. Pottawatomie county haa a checker players' association. A patient escaped from the Topeka aaylum December 26. The Paola Times is in favor of a late national convention.' Pittsburg employs thirty-five teach ers and Glrard fifteen. The Congregational church at Sa betha has a new pipe organ. The latest report shows $457,264.52 in the State treasury in cash. Speaker Lobdell is after the Republi can nomination for Governor. County Attorney N. II. Stidger, of Ness county, is a successful irrigator. u in rumored that Wichita is to be permitted to return ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

1S33. THE ADVOCATE. 16 I i I, J k p," ... ) The Lightning Centrifugal Irri gation Pump Is constructed on thoroughly icien tlflc principles, Is not complicated In ' ita construction, but U lnelsad. ex tremely almple, hiving no latricaw machinery to get out ot ordar. The entire pump la made of iron and steel, and therefore there la absolutely nothing to give out, and It should last a lifetime with ordinary management. The most popular sizes for irrigating are 6 and 0-fnch pumps. The capacity in gallons per hour of the 6-inch is 100,000; horse-power required for 1-foot lift. 40; price for pump complete for 10-foot lift, 9140; price for pump com plete for 20 foot lift, IJia We will next week give a complete table of capacity and prices ot their different sized pumps. Write for illustrated catalogue K. C. HAY PRESS CO., Kansas City, Mo. KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS. One o! the Principal Causes of Kansas Cltj's Greatness. Kansas City's railroads make ber a great collecting and distributing cen...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

THE ADVOCATE. 30 LTTTLE BOY BLU3. THe little toy do it covered with dnet, BtitnnrdTanditauricn he stands And the Utile toy soldier It red with rnat, Aai kismnsketmonlds in hs bands. Time n wben the little toy do was new, And tfce soldier we pasinif fair. And that was the time when our Little Boy Bine Kissed them and pnt them there. Now don't yon o till I cme," hs-aid, And don't yon mike any noise I 80 toddlin off to h!t trundle bed Be dreamt of the protty toys. And a he was dream In n Ansel long Awakened onr Little Boy Blue Oh, the yars are many, the years are long, But the little toy friends are tree. Aye, faithful to Little Boy Blue theyttand, Each in the tame old place, ' Awaiting the touch of a little hand, The amile of a little face. And they wonder, at waiting these long years through, In the duat of that little chair. What haa become of onr Little Boy Blue Since he kissed them and put them there. Eugene Field. OONI TO BIS LITTLX BOT BLCC Written npon hearing of the death of E...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

17 1808. THE ADVO GATE. A Ilia SvrtA by a Hymn, The following pretty, pathetic, but rather doubtful story cornea from the Blue and Gray, a new and succeesf ul magazine. The editor daclarea that it la true, however, and gives an ex-Confederate Colonel as the author: A party of Northern tourists formed part of a large company gathered on the deck of an excursion steamer that was moving slowly down the historic Potomac one beautiful evening in the summer of 1880. A gentleman who has since gained a national reputation as an evangelist of song had been delight ing the party with his happy rendering of many familiar hymns, the last being the sweet petition to every Christian heart, "Jesus, Lover of My Soul." The singer gave the two first verses with such feeling, and a peculiar em phasis upon the concluding lines, that thrilled every heart. A hush had fallen upon the listeners that was not broken for some seconds after the musical notes had died away. Then a gentle man made his way from t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

(THE' ADVOCATE. January 1, j CL0TXZ8, TIMOTBT, BILLET Trumbull Seed Co., s 1426 StLoalilTeM J. G. Pcppard "'"Foam cPr3 CLOVERS fCT'J ; 'fL 1400-2 Uaha Avenue, TIMOTHY - Li!223 """ KANSAS CITY, MO. crass seeds. rrrr.:-r.rrrr GiinDSl. SEEDS, CATALOGUE 1898 FREE. Kansas City, Ho A. D. FERRY & CO., Commission dealers in 1C3-110 Michigan Street, CHICAGO, III. ESTABLISHED 1869. ADVANCES ON CONSIGN MENTS. We bare a large Eastern and Canada Trade. Eefer to Fort Dearborn Na tional Bank, CHICAGO. East St. Louis, 111. 10 PS National U Yards, The Kansas Million Club. In September, 1894, through the efforts of Mr. E. Jameson, of Leavenworth, was or ganized the Kansas Real Estate Associa tion . The second annual meeting was held in September, 1895, at Sallna, and at that meeting was organized the Kansas Million Club, with Governor E. N. Morrill as Presi dent,' E. Jameson, Secretary, and W. W. Watson, Treasurer. The purpose of the club is to advertise Kansas in every legiti mate way, and endea...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

19 1833. THE ADVOCATE!, Wil. WEIGHT, Cattle Salesman. W. 3. HANNAH, Hot Salesman. tit H 5 LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS, "KgUSf?' Kansas City Stock Yards. Market Reports Furnished. Reference: Interstate fiat. Bank. D. P. DT7SNINO, Humboldt, Kas., Solicitor. L. S. and G. E. JONES, Salesmen. R, G. DENHAM, Office. J. W. FALLS, Solicitor. JONES BROTHERS, Live ' Stock Commission Merchants, Booms 315 and 316 Exchange Building, Telephone 2160. KANSAS CITY STOCK YABDS. BEFEREHCES : IntWt8tat9NU Bank of Effingham, K.s. A. J. Gillespie. L. J. Gillespie. T. E. Gillespie. J. F. Gillespie. Commission flerchants, Telephone IVo. 1(3223. Liberal advances made to parties feeding stock. BUYING CATTLE ON ORDERS A SPECIALTY. Correspondence solicited. BEW STERNS & CO., THE STOCKMENS' CLOTHIERS aii FURISHERS. Always keep In stock a fall line of JohnB. Stetson Hats. Also a fall line of Stockmens' Boots and Shoes. Been in business at stock yards since 1882. One block east Live Stock Exchange, Kansas ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 January 1896

THE ADVOCATE. 0 Ill RALSTON HEALTH FLOUR is milled on scientific principles, trfcy in ccordanc t?U5i a formal furnished by the Ralaton Heal Club. The Rafatou Health Ftouf bag miy iliDial required by the human system, and In .exactly the propei ; proportions to dfvelopa tronx, healthy, happy race. If used aa an exclusive article of diet it will rapport life and Isilti longer than any other food fused axcluslvely) known to man. It la nature cure for consiipatiou. It euros lons-sUndlnt; case of dyspepeiaif used to theexctaiioa of the dya pe?slvproduslnjt white flour. Thia biead will preserve the teeth, because it contains all the paopptiates of the wheat. It is nature's moat perfect food for the brain and nerve a. A good Cast for any food ia to place It before children, who hare no old notions or prejudices to over 03B,and they will eat much more Ralston Health Bread than any other kind of bread.and by to dobs satisfy their appetites with a food that i absolutely perfect, "d prevent an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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