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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 6 April 1898

is 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. the crushing defeat of Spain and the ex haustion of her resources beyond the hope of restoration. Awakened to a full realization of the danger threatened, which might Involve serious embarrass ment In the great money centers of the continent as an Indirect result of Spain's ruin, the European powers, political and financial, at once set afoot measures in tended to force Spain to keep the peace at all hazards. Ex-Governor Crawford, of Kansas: The Spaniards are incapable of governing themselves or Spain, and the Cuban revolutionists are not much better. They are all of the same kith and kin, and ought to be suppressed. Spain Is nothing more than a corrupt, disreputable, bank rupt tramp among nations, and her peo ple excel only in the science of brutality and butchery and bull fighting. The Spaniards, for the sake of religion, rob bery and conquest have murdered more helpless men, and innocent women and children than there are now Spaniards in the world ...

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. — 6 April 1898

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AfRIL 6, THE WAGE EARNER A. Test of the Blacklist. Joseph Haas, a bridge carpenter, has brought suit In the Shawnee county Dis trict court for 20,000 damages against the Missouri Pacific. He alleges that his wages were garnished three times (or the name debt and that he was dis charged, the company's rules making three suits of this sort Just ground for discharge. He further alleges that after making application to several roads for employment and being unable to secure work he became convinced that ho was blacklisted. The Huit Is the first one brought under the anti-blacklisting law of 18U7. It will be tried In September. Foreign Strikes Numerous. There have been large strikes In a number of German cities. In Berlin 12,000 shoemakers have struck for a uniform scale of wuges, and it is thought that the shoemakers else whore will join. The cabinetmakers of Hamburg and Al tona have struck for nine hours' work per day, and at Dresden 8,000 cigarette makers hav...

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. — 6 April 1898

16 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. .H-M"l 1 MM 'I 'I I-H- 1 Senator Harris on the Cuban Situation. i M-H-I H-H"H- ! H-'M"I"I"t"l"M"M"I"r- United States Senator W. A. Harris, writing to a Topeka friend, says of the Cuban situation: "I do not, myself, eee how it is possible that we can escape a conflict. The temper of Congress has declared itself in the last day or two in the moat unmis takable manner. The President's wishy-washy message, accompanying the Maine report, brought out a perfect storm of protests against the "poco tlempo" policy which he seems to have contracted from the Spanish diplomats. "It may be that the peace-at-any-price party represented by Elkln3, Hanna, Hale and a few others and the Influences that center around New York and Bos ton may be able to tie the President's hands, but they cannot control Congress, and I think that unless the President changes his course and announces very soon a positive policy that Congress will take action that will force the situation. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 6 April 1898

16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 6, .--T,-,-,.,,,.,.,,,, ,,.,. . 1 r , -r1--,r I,, ,, i,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, t r r ,, V . t ,!' ' ' . .' It. , . !. " t ''.'v. 'V '' t 'X V. '- ?'S!r Bredwell" la a sample of the stock bred at Weavergrace farm, Chillicothe, Mo., by T. F. 13. Sotham, the pioneer Importer and breeder of Hereford3. The Sotham herd was originally founded In 1839, and since that time the owners have SIR BREDWELL. Owned by T. F. B. Sotham, Chillicothe, Mo. been among the best authorities on Here ford breeding. A choice lot of animals will be offered at the annual sale April 13, 1898. This sale will result In the distribution of some of the very best of this popular breed throughout the coun try. There is every reason to believe that this offering will bring together the. uesi oreeuers ana authorities on cattle in the country. These animals are re tained for the annual sale and are never offered privately, thus giving all prob able purchasers an equal opportunity. The Herefords ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 6 April 1898

1803. 17 THE ADVOCATE AND, NEWS. Despicable Partisanship. Ltwrenitt JefTeraoalun (I'op.). Tbe most disgusting piece of so-called "smart alec" Journalism was perpetrated by the Lawrence Journal. On last Tuea day evening this sheet, claiming to be a great newspaper, contained the silliest lot of rot ever penned, It slandered the town, maligned many of our best cltl zens and lied about Mr. Bryan and his enthusiastic admirers. When the Jour nal roasted him for speaking for pay (the amount he received being $175), it thought It had made a political hit, but before the article appeared Mr. Bryan had made a proposition to Chancellor Snow to give $250 for the benefit of the university. One would have thought that the Journal would certainly feel cheap now and make Mr. Bryan an apology, but the Journal has sunk so deep Into slime and corporation toady- Ism that It can t even be decent. When Chancellor Snow, who entered Into the affair with spirit, learned that Mr. Bryan would address the stu...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 6 April 1898

18 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 6, Masonic Reunion. ' The Scottish Rite Masons held a very , B'jccessfal reunion at the Masonic Teniae In Topeka last week. It con tinued from Tuesday morning until Fri ' day evening-and the degrees from the fourth to the thirty-second Inclusive were conferred in full form upon a class . of twenty candidates, as follows: L. V. McKeo, Frankfort; D. C. Hewitt, Topeka; Thomas A. Verlln, Topeka; James Rollo, Topeka; S. C. Heyman, To Voka; Dwlght Harrison, Downs; Jaoie . vuuuu, Alpena, J. . xtLino, uciuu, Dr. US. McCllntock, Topeka; I. D. Gra ham, Manhattan; Charles W. Thompson, Onflga: Joseph Gibson. Onaga; Fred Day, Onaga; R. C. McCIure, Argentine; D. D. Johnson. Atchison: Frank G. . Powell, Marysvllle; Edgar R. Fulton, Maryovllle; Charles Elmer Lewis, Gar .r.ett; T. D. Humphrey, Topeka, and Sherman O. Brltton, Lebo. nafroahmonta warn oarvo1 ovorv lav la the banquet hall for the candidates, members and visiting brethren, and the exercises were closed wit...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 6 April 1898

19 189S. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. First published April 6, 1898. PROPOSALS For Printing: and Binding Material for the State of Kansas. Oflke of the Secretary of Stato, Topeka, Kas., March 31, 1S'J8. Staled bids for furnishing li .per and binding materials to be used In the public printing for the year commencing Ju ly 1, lK'is will be received at fhls office on or before 12 o'clock m., the 20th day of .May, w The following is the estimate of the amount of the earne that will probably be "rlcUy ?it class, sized and super-cal-L.lili.".u. v,k white and tinted, W. w and'ii pound. 3.0UO reams, more or leUeHt superfine flat writing papers, all weights, M reams, more or ess. Hc"t hno tub-sized and loft-dried flat writing paper, all weights, 1,000 reams, mK'?8t.t&over papers, all weights and colors, 2M reams, more or less. First-class all jute manilla wrapping pa per, nat, various weights, 100 reams, more Ledger papers, all weights and sizes, 100 teCnd papers! alfwelghts and sizes, 100 rt...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 6 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 6, 1892. ffiiif seeds, SFFOK "EKSB flo web seeds. J!m&IJJ VlflCIC PITY MIOCfiHDI . Q. Pcppard MILLET CANS CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS 8ZED3. Union Art out, KANSAS CITY. MO, aaJr Sf Catalogue for 198 Fret. so TOTED COIf. AffKnAT.? llor Holder. Sample HaMh Lock frtta (or 2-cent stamp, Immnii; bolter than wiflit; burglar proof. (HIO.04) a tiny. Writ quick. Addn-aa HIIOIIAKU Jk CO., Ui. 11, I'kllaaclpkla, I'a. 1260 '97 BICYCLES BELOW COST of making to clear oar funtory. Hont un irohl. Hncnnl-liHnl bioynlM, 16 up. MOYOLK FKEB to mlTrtl m. Eur work, no fuke. Write for oar grant offr. I!im)K nYrii.K m . iwirv n-m Franklin Bt ; BHlmroonis, M1 Fourth At., CHICAGO. l'afc.r Mad 1 M'M. OatoilMnW. I WE SELL DIRECT TO THE FIRMER. . BUmI Lend.lde Double Hoard I'low, hanl....!..... (TSiw 1 ltln..M. ' (iMff flows, im. 1. 1 . ,.' . , iW ! Un. Wairun.H. '. . .. iir MWotharartlnlea. ;;' 'iVJaflj IIAPUOOI) FLOW CO., llox 484 AlUm, III. wine rE GlU . With our iHipttt Autoattlt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

1 1. Devoted to me Bar interests or the Home, the Shop and the form Tenth Year, No. 15. gfflSiVA TOPEKA, KANSAS, APRIL 13, 1893. ccb rara' Dr. Horrison Admits It. The Ex-Penitentiary Doctor Returns $ioo to W. H. Shepherd In Lieu of Pardon Money Sent Him. HE'S A COriPANY DOCTOR NOW. Dr. Morrison, the ex-penitentiary phy sician, who got $100 from Wm. H. Shep herd, of Berry Station, Ala., which it waa alleged was to be used in an effort to Becure a pardon for his son Claude Shepherd, has again admitted that he secured the money. Considerable infor mation was given relative to this affair in a recent issue of this paper. It was shown that on Morrison's request Mr. Shepherd sent $100 to him November 25, 1896, that Mr. Shepherd sent it upon the doctor's promise that he would use It to get his son, who was dying, out of the penitentiary in order that he might have a mother's care in his last days, and that none of the money would be used except for this purpose. Nothing 'was done about the...

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

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 13, i ... 4. 4-H-H-l . W lWVt H Unequal Taxa tion in Kansas. By W. L. A. JOHNSON, Commissioner of Labor and Industrial Statis tics for Kansas. A Summary Showing How the Alan Who Is Least Able to Stand It Is Taxed to Death, While the Man With Honey Keeps the As sessor from the Door Nothing but Plain Statistics. W"1"M'M1"H-I-I"I"I"I-I- Tn all ages, among InHtxuments of tyran nical power, unjust taxation has been fore nmt; hence within the system or power ct taxation Ilea the happiness or prosperity, Alia oppression and degradation of the people. The pages of history are red with lood from the struggle of a plundered -F.rul pillaged humanity, all for freedom from a tyrannical taxing power. In the sixteenth century the peasants of south Wmany revolted against the confiscatory tithes and taxes wrenched from them by Uf-T-al process to maintain a parasite roy salty. The English Insurrection that ended with Charles I. on the block and the build ing of the Englis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 3 1898. Cuban Message Goes to Congress. President flcKlnley Send Message Asking Intervention Without Recognizing Cuba. IT IS RECEIVED BY CONQRESS. Washington, April 11. The Prenldeiit to day sent the following iiiemtage to the Con gress of the United State: Obedient to that precept of the constitu tion which commands the President to give from time to time to Congress Information regarding the state of the union and to recommend to their consideration bucIi measures as he shall Judge necessary and expedient, it becomes niy duty now to ad dress your body with regard to the grave crisis that has arisen In the relations of the United States to 8paln by reason of the warfare that for more than three years has raged in the neighboring Island of Cuba. I do so because of the intimate connection of the Cuban question with the state of our own union and the grave relation the course which is now im umbent upon the nation to udopt, must needs bear to the traditional pol...

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. — 13 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 13, vast PRACTICAL FARMING ACTUAL EXPERIENCE FROM ,1 Crops for Dairymen. Br Prof. II. M.CottrolI, Kaunas Kxperlmeut Htatlon, Mkiihattan, Kits. The patrons of the 400 creameries and fcklmmlng stations In Kansas and the large number of dairymen who make butter from their own milk are alike In terested. In securing a large milk produc tion next winter, as the winter price for dairy products la much above that paid In the summer. At the college we are constantly being asked: "What crops shall the dairy farmer put In this epring so as to secure the highest milk yield next winter with the least expenditure for feeds that cannot be raised on the farm7" As an aid In solving this ques tion, we have prepared a list of forty five rations for a 1,000-pound cow In full milk. DAILY RATIONS FOR DAIRY COWS. 1. Sorghum hay 15 lbs., prairie hay 10 lbs., corn meal 5 lbs., cottonseed meal, 4 lbs. 2. Sorghum hay 15 lbs., millet 10 lbs., corn meal 4 lbs., cottonseed meal 4 lb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1321' G Trellises for Tomatoes or Berries. The trellis shown In the accompanying sketch may be constructed at small ex pense and Is extremely useful In the tomato or raspberry field. It la neces sary that the end posts be well braced while the posts, between simply act as supports for the wire, which Is the kind known as telegraph wire. When the vines are unusually strong and tall they may be tied to the wire If desired to give them additional support. The Illustra tion shows plainly the plan of construc tion, excepting that the cross-bar should be on the outside of the end post so as to give It additional strength and prevent It from being drawn away from the post. The end posts should be set deeply and firmly In the ground so that the weight of the vines will not pull them over. The fruit from one crop will generally be enough better to more than pay the expense of such a trellis, and If made of good material it can be used for many years. What a Calf Costs....

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 13, CONCERNING KANSAS vW ;.-.'v-;v:VV' WfW"Wifit t ...... BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVENTIONS. POPULIST. Bute (Place not named), June 16. CongreNHlonul Tblrd dlHtrict, Olierryyale, June 8. ". I'ourto " Kuipirla, May 17. 11 Hijitb " Huilth Center, June 7. " Hoveuth " llutoblnwm, May 1H. Judicial Twenty-third dlMtrlot, (iralnneld, Apr, 211. " Tweuty-fourth " Pratt, May 17. BKPUBLICAN. Btate Ilutoblnnoo, June 8. U)grflMlonal-Hecond district, Ottawa, May 3. " Konltn " Kmporla, May 10. Klltth " He I let I lie, April 3ft. Hlxtu " Hololt, June 15. Heventh " liutchlnon, May 6. Judicial Twenty-third district. Kill, April IK. DKMOCKAT. Btate AtohUon. . Congromiloital fourth dUtrlot, Kuiuorla, . PK0U1MTI0N. Btate Emporia, June 7. The McPherson Populist convention will meet May 14. Chief of Police Steele, of Topeka, haa been reappointed. The Coffey county Populist convention will be held May 7. The railroads are figuring on buying the Atchison bridge. Four Marshall count...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

1833. 7 3 A GENEROUS OFFER GENERAL NEWS NOTES THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. Gladstone has given up all literary work. King Otto of Bavaria is insane. He is a cigarette fiend. The Nonconformist has moved from Indianapolis to Omaha. The second Congress of Mothers will meet at Washington May 2 to 7. The Missouri Populist State convention will be held at St. Louis, July 2. Half of the total railroad mileage of Holland 13 owned by the government. The proposed war tax on beer has called out a protest from the brewers. A tracer should be sent after David B. Hill. What has become of him, anyway? The Czar has issued an order pro hibiting the Chinese from settling in Si beria. "Coin" Harvey, who has Just under gone an operation for appendicitis, will recover. The remains of Miss Frances Willard have been cremated In accordance with her wishes. New York will have the best dock sys tem in the world and it will be munici pally owned. In the Rhode Island State election the usual victory was won by the R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

0 APRIL 13. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. WJ FOR 7 .7 THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY ill 1 HAVING COMPANY. I The letter read: "My denreat Guo, Next Thursday I will spend with you. I won't enjoy my vinit, though, If any trouble I bestow." "Oh, I'm so glad," cried Mrs. Whlto, ."For company is inch dulightl" But looking round Iwr in dlHmay, 'I Diuat get ready right away." Armed with a dustpan and a broom, Bha went to work in every room. Bha oiled and polished, cleaned and rubbed And mended, scoured, washed and scrub bed. Then in the kitchen she began, While perspiration down her ran, At pies and puddings, rakes and bread. As If an army must be fed. Bhe tolled and fretted, cooked and baked. She hurried, worried, stewed and ached. When Thursday came, she, nearly dead. Just managed to crawl out of bed. And Mrs. Company came too. They kissed and hugged like women do, And then began tired Mrs. White To make exousoa, never right: i "Oh, dear, my house (then waxon clean) Is most too dirty to be soon, Bo sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. pJiibM'KjM, tf 2&io. I i READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. TUB BROKEN TOY SOLDIER. 27c pension bureau offers ua reward for service done. We wear no medals on our breast fur gallant battles won. Yet no one of Napoleon's nor one of Caesar'i host Bos made himself a record Buoh as even I caa boast. fhey work toy soldiers harder than real sol dier men, you seo. A march of fifty thousand miles is nothing much to me. I lost a leg at Marathon, an arm at Monterey, Was left for dead at Gettysburg, all on the selfsame day. And as I He forgotten now, no longer fit to roam, I wish some millionaire would found a poor toy soldiers' home. Marguerite Tracy in St. Nicholas. Three Topeka Boy Tom, Dick and Harry. It was In the rotunda of the State house one afternoon not long ago when two little boys were eeen gazing at the scaffolding where the men are at work finishing the dome. One was named Tom, the other Harry. "Say, there, you kids better come out from u...

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. — 13 April 1898

10 APRIL 13, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE FOR t:i home AND NEWS SHOP ANOfAFM OFFICIAL PAPER OK THE STATE OF KANHAM. Patched Every WeJaesday.it Topeks, KaaMa. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EDITORS AMD PllOPRIETOHg. 8abrlpUon Rate? One eajty one year by mail, . In elul of ten or more, by mail, one ymr, 78 tent eaeh. The advertUina nth of The Adrorate and Jw are Urn. Knit mat in uHll he vuule and inite fur ntihtA on application. M rjrtra iharye for rut, etc,. The m(linher rrterve the riahl to reject any nbectinal)l advertMna. The rratlern of thie paper may wwUUr any ailverthum-nl whUh ay years herein an rrvrtmUnQ a firm whose rtlUMl ilytm he vonrheA for liu the putilUhers. The Adweate vm t(allihel in and wiu tmuolUUited with Tim Kansas News in I7. The AdwrMe and News I the official Stair ihijwt, and hat a larger rimtlatlon than any other Kama weekly which receives advertisements. For information reaardlny tulmcrivtium and advertising rates, address 118 W. Sixth Ave. TOPEKA. KANSAS...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 189S. 11 0 CURRENT DISCUSSION BY EX-SENATOR PEFFER Loyalty ofthePeople. No matter how the present difficulties are disposed of, the loyalty of the people of the United States has been so fully demonstrated before the world as to add materially to our standing among the nations. Nearly three million men In the Union armies during four years of active and dreadful war were required to sup press a rebellion and overcome an effort on the part of a portion of our own peo ple to sot up a government of their own within the territory of the United States. Since that war ended In the reatablish ment of national authority in all parts of the country our population has doubled and our wealth has accumulated in still greater proportion. Now that we have demonstrated our Americanism and shown that the stars and Btrlpes are are country's flag in the face of all the world, backed by fifteen million men capable to bear arms, this evidence of universal loyalty, coupled with un...

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. — 13 April 1898

:'i3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 13, I W 1". . .' - " I $l&ij?5 ! C' CI IS l L' 4 "J PUBLIC OPINION !fniT Leavenworth Standard ;;iJI (Dem.): That Dick Blue ', 4.wAd. has a cinch upon the Re publican nomination for Congressman-ni-large Is becoming certain, but the ' cinch J. u. iJOtKin nas on me ciot-iiou i nlrruiflv evident ) Nortonvllle News (Rep.): In Missouri thp constitution prevent the re-election of the Governor, but in Kansas the pco- 'jpje prevent It. i WaKeoncy World (Rep.): We have served a good apprenticeship In the . Kthoolroom and our Judgment la that : the books those selected by the text , book commission are very good. and John Seaton are about C5 years old. They are good men but they are too om '.Ha be Governor of Kansas. We had Granny Morrill and we don't want any ' T.'nn.na PHw flaTtttTO I l-f ATI 1 ' nR , Democrats now claim that tney eiecieu ''.'Morrill becauee Lewelllng did not dl ,! vide fairly with them. The Republicans must have a ticket that they can e...

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