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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

18 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. .H....H....W- :: A Tribute to Kansas Enterprise. The article given lielow was written by Alvin If. Sanders, editor of tho Breeder's Gazette, who is one of the highest authorities on 1 1 cattle. This article is tho opinion of a man of rare judgment in the line on which he writes. ' had the Transceiwlentallsts upon the thinking world? REFERENCES. a. The worldly-mlndod people ever looked on the movement either as some thing dangerous or ludicrous. See Out line Studies, page 125. b. Hawthorne's attitude was alwaya ia part one of reserve and criticism. c. George Ripley, a Unitarian clergy man, who had resigned his pulpit in Uostoii to go into tho movement, and who after its failure beeamo ami re mained for many years literary editor of the New York Tribune. d. The brat known periodicals of the movement was the Harbinger, the mouth-piece of the Hook Farm Com munity. Another of these was the Dial. e. "The village of Concord has per haps done more for America...

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. — 2 February 1898

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 2, f.?tT.t.f..y..T.iT..T..T..T. ' y f f ..!..!..!..? -t..t.fi JtJL4LJLUJi THE WAGE-EARNER. Work of the Labor Commissioner. Labor Commissioner Johnson la dally receiving returns In answer to the blanks Bent out over the State. He In endeavoring to get the bureau out of the rut into which it had fallen In pant years, but the meager facilities at hU command make his tak an exceedingly difficult one. Walter Holcomb, Mr. Johnson's assistant, is kept butty tabu latlng the statistics received. The next report of the Labor Commissioner will contain Home exceedingly interesting in formation If this work is fully com pleted. As it is more thorough and more extensive thau that undertaken by twice an large a force In several other States, It will require practically double the usual amount of work. The law limits the length of Mr. Johnson's report to 400 pages, and he is also hampered by the duties of factory inspector, which office Is combined with that of Co...

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. — 2 February 1898

Mr fih o Attornfy Gfnfral Boyle : "It is aa much the duty of the State to proteci me wormian xu. AnoRNh uhNhKAL di xlr " ' . , v f manufacturer m time of a strike. and oppression ot corporate greea as n is io uuuw a yuaiu auvu ww A Labor Leader on the Eeferendum. ' W.B.Prescott, President International Typographical Union, says of the refer endum in his annual report in 1896: "I cannot refrain from submitting as an, all-sufficient answer to those who argue that the referendum is inefficient, that though conventions at various pe riods adopted strike benefit laws, the membership paid no heed whatever untlt the present law was adopted by popular vote; the same is true of all other inter national laws, those securing popular approval on a general vote are the ones mast readily obeyed and easily enforced. As practiced with us, representative gov ernmenteven though the convention's functions are reduced almost to those of a deliberative body is a farce, many unions being financially unab...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 2, Correspondence. The Socialist Labor Party. Editor Advocate and News: Having Just read "An Appeal to Kansas Social Ms," by 0. C. Clemena, I desire to have a hearing for the other aide in the col umna of you valuable paper. Though not a citizen of Kanaaa, lacking about half a mile from being In the State yet as I have several Kanaaa friends, Socialists who are inquiring what le to - be done under the circumstances, I hope it Is not presuming too much if I ask a hearing in your columns. I had the great pleasure of hearing Mr. Clemens In Kansas City a few weeks ago and was much pleased with his presentation of the subject of socialism. We need ; more men of hia ability as a speaker on the platform to awake the sleeping people. But I must differ in a good many points from the statements made In "An Appeal to Kansas Socialists." In the first place I do not believe the facts bear out the statement that we put in a good deal of our time and en ergy figh...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

17 1808. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. a better foundation farming and the Industries of the country; when all busl noea would steadily revive, and a real proaperlty would advance upward from ihe farmers and general Industrial classes, instead of fictitious prosperity coming down to the Industrial classes from the pinnacles of wealth or the millionaire bondholder. These great bond producers or farmers know that their property bonds which they have succeeded In keeping free from taxes are valuable property which bring in a sure and etead7 income without toil or labor, and also command a handsome premium, especially government bonds. While our productive Interests In farms, etc., are burdened with taxes, and with an av erage of low prices for our products, have depreciated from 25 to 60 cents on the dollar below par or cost. There ire many thousands of farms over our ountry that wLU not sell for more than the cost of the improvements. This great disparity between the values of our great prod...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18 FEBRUARY 2. Eon. E. 0. Little on State Insurance. E. C. Little has made an extended etttdy of the plan of State Insurance and he la a firm believer In that form of so cialism. Mr. Little Bays that the thir teen New York life companies have vast resources and assets, according to their reports, "but relatively speaking," he ' says, "they have no assets and no re sources' except their debts." He Bays further: "The census shows that their total assets December 3t, 1889, were $330,000,000." The report shows that the net present value of all the outstanding policies In force December 31, 1889, with 4 per cent, interest was $357,000,000, a .small enough margin, which they de- clawed to be their liabilities. The real facts were that their liabilities were $2,173,000,000, as shown by the same cen sus. They figured out a percentage of losses that showed that only $357,000,000 of it was in any danger of being called for, but they had agreed to pay over $2,000,000,000...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

10 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THK GOOD OLD MAXIMS. I like to read old maxima and The adages that Bhow How rm-n may be good, wine and great Anil lay the sinners low Thrice Is he armed whOHO quarrel's Juat," "Truth crushed to earth will rise," Right will prevail." and all those things That are ho pat and wise. Tho wicked may succeed to-day, To-morrow they must drop. And then oh, glorious thought! the good Will all come out on top. .So down through the list It goes. The maxims mako it clear )fow men may win rewards above And loll In riches here. But I would have more faith In these Wise sayings I have read If most of those who said them had Not died for want of bread. Cleveland Leader. Speakers at Farmers' Institutes. Ia the list of farmers' Institutes pub lished In the Advocate and News re cently there were some errors In the assignment of professors of the Agri cultural college as speakers. The cor rect list as furnished by Professor Cot trell is as follows: January 26-27, Peabody,...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

so THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 2, !.$. Clovers, Timothy, Millet, TRUMBULL SEED CO., MILLET CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS SEEDS. CI 1426 ST. LOUIS AVE., I4C0-2 Uaha Artaue, KANSAS CITY. MO. FLOWKK SEEDS. Catalogue for 1808 Free. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. Wo sell the best DAIRY SALT and as low ALFALFA SEED A SPECIALTY, Choice fane and Millet, Kaflir, SpriiiK Wheat anj Jerusalem Com, White Ilulless llarley, Swd Oit Jull particulars and book, "How to how Alfalfa." free. McULTII & KINNISON, Garden City, Kan. as the lowest. Why pay more? PETER HEIL& SONS, 210 W. 6th. Phone 470. 01 i!v t"3m rJTB GAS1DEI3 8EEDS. K G-1" i Una llzn UriJV&J 3 o GRAMOPHONES o Mew and Improved FOR HALK AND FOR RENT FurnUhlna latent. Popular Music and Choice JlooitatlotiH. Catalogue free. Price 125 dollreret anywhere In thin State. New records, 60 cents, or W.25 per doien. SNYDER'S NEVGALLERY 722 KANSAS AVENUE, Does the Best Work at the Lowest Prices. E. B. GUILD. O 814 Kama Avenue, TOI'EKA, KAN. IN THE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

Wit Devoted to me Bar Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the form Tenth Year. No. 6. OFFICIAL STATE l'APKH. ! l'EAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 9, 1898. EVERY WEDNESDAY. TWO CENTS A COf V. PROHIBITIONISTS MEET. The State Temperanoe Union Outlines Plans for Future Work. The meeting of the State Temperance Union at Topeka last week was liber ally attended. It was an earnest gather ing of men and women who believe that the liquor law should be enforced. The opinion prevailed that a crisis In the temperance movement was now at hand and this was the leading point In Presi dent Lockwood's address. The campaign for the year as mapped out Includes co-operative effort with the National Anti-Saloon League. The plan of work outlined Is as fol lows: First. That the State Temperance Union enter into affiliated relations with the National Anti-Saloon League. Second. That the Union should un dertake Immediately a thorough organi zation county; township and school dis trictor the people of the State...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 9, DOH'T GO TO KLONDIKE. Government Agent Reports Distreoaing Con ditions in the New Gold Fields, A Washington dispatch dated Febru ary 1 gives the following, which is of In terest to those who have been looking In the direction of Klondike: General Merrlam, under Instructions from Acting Secretary Melkeljohn, of the War department, yesterday opened at Seattle the dispatches brought by Spe cial Messenger Wells from Captain Ray, the departments special representative in the Klondike, and forwarded an ab stract of them by telegraph to the de partment. Acting Secretary Melkeljohn was so much impressed with the state ments wired that he submitted the dis patch at once to Secretary Alger, who Is now convalescent at his home from a long illness, and after consultation be tween these officials, the paper was sent over to the White house, where It formed the subject of consideration by the Cab inet meeting to-day. It la said at the department that the repor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18C8. 3 RESTS WITH THE LEGISLATORS. Governor Leedy Will Call an Extra Session if He Can Be Assured of Reasonable Railroad Legislation. The question of a Bpecial session now rests with the Legislature. Governor Leedy has determined to find out whether the Legislature would vote for a reasonable railroad rate bill if called together. To that end an admirably ar ranged and carefully prepared maximum rate bill has been sent to the mem bers of the Legislature and they have been asked flatly whether or not they would vote for it if called together in extra session. If their answers assure its passage there will be an extra session by the beginning of next month. The bill provides that the rates and classifications in force on all roads In Kansas December 31, 1897, shall be the highest rates made until revised. It provides that during the months of April, May and June the board shall de vote its attention to a careful Investi gation of the schedules in the same and h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

FEBRUARY 9, 4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. From Actual Experience. Charges for Feed at the Chicago Stock Yards. Charges for corn and tame hay at the Chicago stock yards were reduced last week. Corn will now bo supplied at 75 cents per bushel, Instead of 1, and tame hay at $1.25 per 100 pounds, instead of $1.50. The price of prairie hay remains the same $1 per 100 pounds. It is stated by Secretary Dennlson that the Omaha and Kansas City prices for feed cannot 'be met on account of the longer haul, as moat of the feed used at the Chicago yards Is bought in the West and all the prairie hay is shipped from Kansas. Breeder's Gazette. Blood as a Fertilizer. While blood is rich In nitrogen and consequently of value as a plant food, It is by no means a complete fertilizer, as it furnishes no phosphates or potash. Hence while it Is used to a greater or less extent in the manufacture of fer tilizers, and solely for the nitrogen it contains, it will not pay to use it with an idea of its mamurlal val...

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. — 9 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1808. 5 San Jose scale than the codlla moth, Bcab, blight or borers; the former can be kept thoroughly In check with less work and expense than any one of the latter. This la an Indisputable fact, a fact thoroughly demonstrated In the California orchards. It Is unnecessary to 'dig and burn a badly Infested tree,' as some of the wise ones often Bay. Three thorough sprayings with lime, Bulphur and salt, or the resin washes, properly applied at the right times, will clean any tree, no matter how many scale are on it; then one spraying a year is sufficient. Of course if the scales have been on eo long as to almost kill the tree, then a new on had better be planted. "It sounds rather ridiculous to hear such an uproar about an insect that, as said before, Is less dangerous or trouble some than many of the Insects which orchardists are fighting and saying nothing about. The numbers of curculio, codlJn moth and several others can only be diminished in a degree, and 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. — 9 February 1898

0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 9, lllllllllllllMtltlMIt 9 f t .9. .9. .9. .9. .9 ..ff..t .-,.--.. -t- f t- tt..t.f t t I CONCERNING KANSAS. J BY J. W. MORPHY. $ ..I..I.,..;....l..I.HH4H"l"f-I"I,l"l,M 11 1IM I MM I X- Newton has a femalo bootblack. La Cygne will prospect for natural gas. The Iola Citizen la the official city pa per. Paiola ia to have a local telephone ex change. John Seaton la already out looking for delegates. Chan Perdue won in the Belolt post offlce election. .A largo elevator at Olathe burned last Friday night. The Republican State League meets at Topeka May 25. The Masonic grand lodge will meet at Wichita February 14. The quarterly payment of Kansas pen sioner's was made last Friday. Mrs. Iew Hanback In Superintendent of the Old Ladles' Rest ait Leavenworth. The High school building at Carbon dale burned Friday morning. No cause in known. J. W. Mattoon, powtmaflter at Geneva, Is the oldest officer in that department In the State. Frank Brown has declared for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 7 GENERAL NEWS NOTES I A Thousand and One Price if England wants the Nicaragua canal The Rhode Island locomotive works are bankrupt. The organization of the cracker trust has been completed. Chief Ilushyhead, one of the big chiefs of the Cherokees, is dead. A rich deposit of silver ore has been discovered in New Mexico. John Wanamaker la to be the leader of a general war on Quay. The report that President Diaz of Mexico would tour this country is de nied. Bradstreet's Commercial report shows that exhortations of grain and flour are falling off. The anti-Quay Republicans want to name John Waiuaiinaker for (.lovenmr of Pennsylvania. The Minister to Russia will hereafter be in first class, with England, France, Grmany and others. The Klondike fever has broken out In a more general way than the Cali fornia fever did in 1849. A bill has been Introduced In, the New York Legislature providing for a big exposition In that city in 1901. . The Canadian government ...

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. — 9 February 1898

8 FEBRUARY 9. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. M i1 .1.. 1 '1 . M .J ,r " inoin 1 cfrccTco rnnn M ft I I I K- I I V J It.. 5 U. 1 IT SVNOrHIH OK rilKVIOUN CHAPTERS. Dick Gordon, Yale graduate, goes In for hard work. From the Chicago & Alton rail road repair shops he Ih gradually promoted and finally works up to the position of Super intendent of a Western railroad the Kansas k Arizona. The story opens with an account of a trip by rail of Mr. Cullen. a railroad vice president, over me lines 01 n iv, , . Ann naked to meet Cullen and party and pilot them through. In the party are Madge Cullen. with whom Gordon falls In love; T 1 Tl l L'.nllukmin In InvA with Madire, and Captain Ackland. brother of Ix)rd Hallos. Talk turns on train robbers. Madge would like an adventure with hold ups. 80 would Italics and Ackland. While horseback riding near Santa Fo. Gordon pol n ts 011 1 amon gcon vlcts work 1 n g on a r al I road grade Jack IJrute, a train robber under a fourteen-year son tence. Madge spea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1808. 9 Fred, Albert, Lord Rallcs and Captain Ackland, all with rifles. Of course it was perfect desperation for tllo five to tackle tho cowboys, but they were game to do it, all the same. How it would have ended I don't know, but as they sprang off the car platform Miss Cullcu came out on it and stood then), one hand holding on to the doorway, as if r1p nmlod sup port, ana tne ornor covering her heart. It was too far for mo to see her face, but tho wholo attitude expressed such suffering that it was terrible to see, What was more, her position put her in range of every shot tho cowboys might fire at tho five as they charged. If I could have stopped them, I would have done so; but, since that was impossible, I cried: "Mr. Camp, I'll surrender the let ters." "Hold on, boys," shouted Baldwin. "Wait till we get tho property he stole. " And, coming tlirough tho crowd, he threw tho nooso off my neck. "Don't shoot, Mr. Cullen," I yelled, as my friends halted and rai...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 9, GATE AMD OFFICIAL 8TATE PAPER. A Kana$ NewnjMiptr DcvotaUtothe Best Inter' ealM of the Home, th Slurp ami the Fat m. fub'Mti Every WedseuUy.at Topckt, Ksom OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and pKoriurroHH. gnbmrlptlon Raton i One copy one year by mall, tl- In clubs of ton or more, by mall, ono yenr, 70 cents acn. The advertlHins rate of Th Advocate and News aro low. FhH mates will be made and prices farnlnhed on application. No extra charged for cuts, et;. The publishers reserve the rluht to reject any objectionable adver tlHlnjr. The readers of this paper may consider Miiy advertisement which appears herein as representing a Arm whose reliability can bo vouched for hv the uubllshers. The Advocate was established In 1H89. and was consolidated with the Kansas News In 1W. The Advocate and News Is the official State paper, and has a larger circulation than any other Kansas weekly. For Information regarding subscriptions and advertising rates, ad...

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. — 9 February 1898

11 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Iff f. t .f . t- f t,-t- t-.t. i r i r rr i i " CURRENT DISCUSSION. By EX-SENATOR PCFFER. A Sample of Good Financiering. The way the Union. Pacific railroad foreclosure case was managed by the government was creditable to all the parties concerned, but especially to the Attorney General, the President and the Secretary of tho Treasury. It waa feared by many that tho pay ment of so large a sum of money ($58, 000,000) would derange the business of the country and occasion losses in some quarters. But the work was done through the banks in connection with the treas ury of the United States in a manner bo smooth and practicable that not a ripple was seen on the trade surface. And tho country had a lesson in finance in that transaction. It taught us how to use public credit in place of coined money. It taught, also, that banking Institutions, in their legitimate sphere, when well managed, are essen tially useful agencies in handling credit. It taught still...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 February 1898

13 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 9, IN GENERAL Seneca Tribune: Of all the villains to be hated and condemned .the scoun drel who writes under a nom do plume la the acme of perfidy. , Parsons Eclipse: The poor of the titles who are to be dropped down on thoBe abandoned New England farms are not to be envied. No man with or dinary intelligence, says an exchange, la ever likely to hanker after anything abandoned by a New Englander. Wichita Beacon (Dem.): There is one iUme pot In our system of government. When a Senator has lost the confidence 'of his party, as in the case of Senator (Lindsay, of Kentucky, there should be I Home method of forcing a resignation. 1 (A. sense of honor should do it, but cash jeraoluments outweigh honor In politics. ' Mr. Murphy (Rep.), ex-Delegate to Congress from Arizona: If there had ( not been promises held out that some 'hlng would be done In behalf of silver, iMr. Bryan would have received thou sands of votes more than he did. Throughout the WeBt the...

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