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

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. uatlons behind the words "It la Bald" Is the cowardllest coward. No thinking person will ever heed the tale Intro duced by these cowardly words, yet but lately the pure character of an Innocent and saintly woman has been attacked In this cowardly manner. Innocent actions have been distorted and made to ap pear treacherous. If there Is one place In hell hotter than another that place Is reserved for the tale-bearer and scandal monger who hides behind the words "It Is said." American Banker: The bill Introduced In the Senate requiring that 60 per cent, of customs duties shall be paid In gold coin Is a measure of sheer futility. So long as the government redeems its pa per money on demand In gold It will not be possible to increase the gold income by means of the device proposed. To make such a measure effective specie redemptions, or rather redemption in gold, would have to be suspended. In that case persons paying customs duties would be compelled to draw...

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. — 13 April 1898

14 APRIL 13. LOOK FOR THE LABEL r vTV rVVCV wyAVO W iT f V O V w O V w xV O T V " V iV V C" t y J" THE WAGE EARNER 3 union-mnnn cisrara. LOCAL ' 'M O 'J j o j O O J O J 'J o p O O O Q i 1? i I? i o O V in Tiir t nw " mmi im Tii in ttt mum in iiipiiwm imm tow (M m thWo THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS; Labor Notes. The Union Pacific doea not retain eni-y- ployees who are over CO years old. , A barbers' union with twenty members ' baa been organized at Hutchinson. President Gompcrs la at Kansas City endeavoring to settle the Armour labor i (roubles. John Stuart Mill: It Is questionable if 1 all the Improvements in machinery have lightened the day's toil of a eingle man. Efforts are being made to organize all of the men who all on the Great Lakea, no matter what the nature of their work may be. A 10 per cent, reduction in wwh has caused 1,100 employees of the Po nomah cotton milla, at Taftvllle, Conn., to strike. A scrubbing machine, which reduces the cost of scrubbing large buildings about 75 pe...

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. — 13 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. The Omaha Exposition Commission at Work. The Kansaa Commissioners to the Omaha Exposition have honored them selves by selecting ex-Governor Gllck as their President. Everybody knows Mr. Gllck and respects him. Ills work at the head of this commission will reflect credit on himself, the commission and the State. John E. Frost was elected Vice President and Treasurer and A. II. Greef Secretary. No assistants will be em ployed now, the members having decided to do the work themselves. Mr. Greef and Mr. Lambe have just re turned from Omaha, where they have been selecting space for the exhibit. Kansas will be located opposite Nebraska at one side of the entrance to all build ings except the Agricultural building. In the latter Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Louisiana will be in the center of the building. A Kansas building will not be built, but a building similar to that built by Iowa will be constructed. It will be on a pretty bluff and will be Intended as a re...

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. — 13 April 1898

10 APRIL 13, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. VOICE OF THE PEOPLE Some Home Changes Needed. OR. I. K. LAYTON. While one man from near Rossvlllo kicks on plain facta, I wish you to know that another (not a far distant neighbor) in only too glad to receive your paper, show liiK un the too much hidden truth of the gradual centralization of power within the hands of a few to the disparagement and Impoverishment of the already poor. Bucn articles as your paper contained regard ing the true condition of the coal miners 14 only but a sample of the many outrages ones more atlluent; which In time will and does breed a discontent bordering on so cialism; and who can say It ought not to when all protection Is offered the already wealthy and the few laws made favoring the ponr are now apparently a "dead let ter." We can roar about Spain, and a mll- IImi man in raurlv tn flirhf her for thfl destruction of $2,506,000 worth of property and some 250 lives; but If a lord or mandate of some corporation starves...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1801 the financial ability of the organisation will warrant Persons can correspond with any or the commission, but preferably with the Sec retary, who will give immediate attention to al matters submitted to him. The commission asks that people who aid In this work will advise It from time to time of the progress being made and of the extent of the collections secured. All funds shuold be sent to John E. Frost, Treasurer, Topeka, Kaa., who will receipt for them. It Is the opinion of the Gov ernor and the members of this commis sion that the next Legislature of the State will refund all money advanced by the rail roads and cltlaens. Respectfully, O. W. Glick, John E. Frost, A. W. Smith, A. C. Lambe, A. li. Greef, Commissioners. Some Greatest Things. from the Ladies' Home Journal. The greatest distance that shot has been fired is a few yards over fifteen miles, which was the range of Krupp's well-known monster 130-ton eteel gun, firing a shot which weighs over a...

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. — 13 April 1898

TIIE ADVOCATE AMD NEWS. 10 APRIL 13, (Published April 13, 19'JS.) Supremo Court Syllabi. Mil P. C. Johnson, vs. The State Rank of Seneca. Error from Nemaha County. REVERSED. Syllabus. By the Court. Doster, C, J.: 1. When In an action for damage for the convention of personal property, the peti tion alleges ownership generally, but the reply admits the ownwmahlp to be special, um that of a mortgagee, such change of allegations constitutes a departure In pleading; and Inasmuch as a plaintiff can recover only upon the cause of action stated In his petition, an objection to evidence ' under the repugnant mattor stated In tho reply should have been sustained. 1 When a mortgagee or personal prop erty has sold enough of It to satisfy the mortgage debt and expends of sale, the residue becomes subject to seizure upon execution against the mortgagor, and the mortgagee cannot withhold it from an offi cer with process of sale upon the ground that he has agreed with the mortgagor to continue In ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 13 April 1898

10 1833. THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. IFlrot published April 8, 18D3.J PROPOSALS Por Printing and Binding Xlatariala for the State of Eon as. Office of the Secretary of State, Topeka, KaA.. March 31. 1838. 3ealed bids for furnishing paper and binding materials to be used In the public printing for the year commencing July 1, W, will be received at this otllce on or before 12 o'clock m., the 20th day of May, 1338. The following Is the estimate of the amount of the same that will probably be required, viz.: , . , Strictly first class, sized and super-calendered Eastern book, white and tinted, M, 60 and 70 pounds, 3,000 reams, more or lBest superfine flat writing papers, all weights. 300 reams, more or less. Best line tub-sited and loft-drled flat writing paper, all weight, 1,000 ream, more or less, First-class cover papers, all weight and colors, 250 reams, more or less. First-class all Jute manllla wrapping pa per, flat, various weights, 100 reams, more Ledger papers, all weights and slaea...

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. — 13 April 1898

THE-ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 13, 1893. SB23T miim FOIHTEfiS. MAMMOTH, WJlITK AnTICUOICKS FOR BALK at 11 oviiia per btiNhel by A. O. Landls, Law rence, Kan. EAMXra HKAIy KSTATE CO.-Are iMadqnarters fur farm and city property. Boe Ihrui If you want to b-jy, sell or rent. 113 West fifth He. To- pka, Kaa. 77011 BALE OR KXCHAJJUB-I want to sell a Jj twetity-uor tract in Hi. Louts, Ma Will take a Kadku furm or a Topeka home In partial payment lor Bailie. K. II. Gibson. Cure of Advocate and New FOR BALK OR EXCHANGE. Three nice elhty aure farms f.iOperaar; Improved; waotTopttka proMrLT. Many suburban lioroea, away down, on lung tltuA. A or numtmr of acre yoa want, olose to the city, on long time at 0 percent. Heveral farm, at J JO per acre, from 40 to JtU aorei, well Improved, long time. Bead me a description of your merchandise for safe or e.iotknre. 1 alvraya have customers. John lj. Howard, 1A Kansas At., Tdpeka. , nrisLETS reicu mi. LWretl Plymouth Rocks Exclusively. B. B. Thompson and ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

n r i If Devoted to me 5&r Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 16. OFFICIAL STATE FAVEK. 01 YKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, APRIL 20, 1893. PKJCH FIVE C&4TS. Campaign of Agitation, State Temperance Union Is Busy Hold ing Meetings and Organizing; Lo cal Unions for Active Work. DR. H. H. RUSSELL IS HELPINQ. The Kansas State Temperance Union has begun one of the most aggressive campaigns in several years past. Four lecturers and organizers are regularly at work through the month of April, and, in addition to these, several volunteer work ers are rendering frequent service in different parts of the State. Three of these State lecturers are national organ izers in the American Anti-Saloon League, Dr. Howard H. Rusaell, who is the National Superintendent of the League, Dr. J. C. Jackson and Rev. W. L Woodard. The two former of these men have traveled extensively through out the United States in the Interest of temperance. Dr. Russell Is a comparatively young man. Hi...

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

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 20, CURTIS WINS. Leland Nominates Him by Withdraw Ing Bailey After a Long Te dious Fight The First district Republican conven tlon began at Horton last Tuesday. It was the beginning of the hardest con vention fight of the year. The vote on the first ballot was Bailey 27, Curtis 20, Broderlck 26, Walker 11. This contin ued without change until the 7iOth ballot, when the Bailey delegates went to Curtis. This district is composed of Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Jackson, JefferBon, Nemaha and Shawnee. Mr. Broderlck'a fight was managed by M. M. Beck, of the Holton Recorder. He had his forces well organized but was unable to secure adltlonal strength. Mr. Leland, who directed Mr. Bailey's fight, found himself in the same position, Ex Chlef Justice Horton, who led In Mr. Curtis' campaign, had the advantage of having the-largest county In the dis trict behind him for a candidate who Is very popular with his party at home. The fight was really between" MesBrs. Be...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

3 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. You Cam f GENERAL NEWS NOTES Switzerland has decided to keep out of the Spanish-American trouble. In ten years there has been 80 per cent, of an Increase In crime In Iowa. Bobs Croker of Tammany Hall thinks that he would fit In the United States Senate. Edward Bellamy, who wrote "Looking Backward," la dying of consumption at ' Denver. The use of trading stamps Is prohibited by the bill Just passed the Maryland Legislature. The postmaster at Shawnee, Okla., has been arrested for taking money from registered letters. Chicago will not contract its garbage work any more. The municipality will handle it, as It should. The Legislature of Ohio has passed the anti-trust bill, which 13 regarded as a very stringent measure. The Huntsville, Ala., furniture fac tory, with a capital of $25,000, has gone into the hands of a receiver. St. Petersburg, the capital of Russia, is discussing the advisability of owning and operating its street railroads. A popular subscrip...

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. — 20 April 1898

4 APRIL :o, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. PRACTICAL FARMING from ACTUAL EXPERIENCE . K'y 'JL l breed Oil the Horns. There are two ways that will In a few years rid the country of cattle with horns. First, aa the calvea are dropped, dehorn with caustic before thte calf la ten daya old, or with the knife between that age and thirty daya. The second method Is to breed from pure-bred polled bulla only. But few of the first crows will havo horns. The second cross disposes of the horn question for an time. We talk about humanity in connection with this subject. If we are honest in our views we will aa speedily aa possible re move the necessity of using either caus tic or the knife, and In the meantime allow no horns to ever appear on a calf. Washing Fruit Trees. If the trunks of orchard trees and es pecially young trees show signs of the work of Insects or are covered with a fungous growth they should be cleansed. The best wash for the purpose Is a Btrong soapsuds and It la easily applied with a...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1858. cherries, strawberries, grapes, etc., con tain on analysis, very similar proportions of the same ingredients, which are about f 1 per cent, of malic and other acids, and s 1 per cent, of flesh-forming albuminoids with over 80 per cent, of water. Di gestion depends upon the action of pepsin In the stomach. Fats are digested by these acids and the bile from the liver. Now, the acids and peptones In fruit peculiarly assist the acids of the stom ach. Only lately even royalty has been taking lemon juice in tea Instead of su gar, and lemon juice has been prescribed largely by physicians to help weak di gestion, simply because these acids ex ist very abundantly in the lemon. Pop ular Science Monthly. Young Turkeys. There Is more profit in raising tur keys than In almost any other branch of poultry keeping. The young are, how ever, exceedingly delicate, and consid erable knowledge of their needs is nec essary in order to be successful In carry ing them through t...

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. — 20 April 1898

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ArrtiL 20, CONCERNING KANSAS iiM-JiVgijp;i"i?ln l M'i'V;'jtll..lfllf WIlVl"'' ""'""""""''l'ii'iWi'"'-!' L .; 1 : rvMKmi Kvv-'--4., :f-iW??Pa BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVENTIONS. POI'ULIBT. Bute (Place not named), June 15. ConKreutlonal Third dint riot, tlherryvale, June 8.' " Fourth " Krnporla, Mar H. " Klftta " Concordia, June 1. " Hlit.n " Kiulth Center, JuneT. " Hevenlh " Uulchlniion, May 1H, Judlclal-Twenly-ihlrd dlstrlot, Uralnneld, Apr. M. " Twenty-fourth " 1'ratt, May 17. IlKl'UBLICAN. fltate Hutchinson, June 8. OiiiKremlonal Heeond district, Ottawa, May 3. " Fourth " Krnporla, May 11). 11 fifth " Hellevllle. April 3H. " Hlxth " Hololt. June Ift. 11 Heventh " HulclilnHon, May S. DKMOCKAT. BtaieAtohloon. . Congressional Third dlstrlot, Chanute, . " Fourth " Kuiporla, . l'UOUIlUTION. HtatoKmporla, Juno 7. Pittsburg la making a flght for the State G. A. It. reunion. Miami Republicans Instructed for Ma jor Remington for State Treasurer. EdwartlB county Republica...

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. — 20 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 7 1898. rA W O w O w w w jW T w w CV O O O V C V V V O V w w w umV S "THE' WAGE earner I IS L- -.-.-.-aaJg J O ''X" O m f ' tj, ts Q m Q Q Q V . Q Q Q An Important Labor Convention. We take pleasure In publishing the call of the United Labor and Labor Re form convention, -which -will meet In St. Loute on May 2. Thla will be one of the moat Important events in years and all reform organizations should be represented. Here is the call: To all Trades Unions and Industrial lie form Organizations: The time has arrived in the develop ment of the race when the problem cf just arrangements in the production and distribution of wealth is up for settle ment, and It behooves all of us who have struggled for these reforms In the past in different organizations and on differ ent lines to devise some means of unit ing our efforts in the future so as to ac complish the greatest results. To this end it will be necessary to come together in convention from time to time, and. i...

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. — 20 April 1898

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 20, FOR HOME READINGJ AN INFORMAL 1'KAYKR. ' 'The proper wuy for a nmn lo pray," Bald Dcucon Lemuel Key, "And tho only proper attitude, la down upon hi kneeH." "No; I itliould ay the way to pray," Buld Kev. Dr. WiHt, "la itanding Mtralu ht, with outntrutcliod arm And rapt and upturned oyeH." "Oh, no, no, nol" wild Kldor Blow. "Buoh poHturo is too proud. A man should pruy with tiy fast clotted And head contritely bowoiL" "It aooiiiu to mo bin humbt should bo' Austerely ulusiiod in front, With Loth thumbs pointed toward the ground," Baid Buv. Dr. Hunt. "Las' yeur I foil in llodtfklna' well Head llrht," wild Cyrus Hrown, "With both my heels astlckin up, My head u-p'intin down, An I uiiido a prayer riijbt then an thoro Host prayer I ever imid, Tho pruyin'tut pruyer I over prnyed A-utundin on my huud." Lynn Item. Preaching Upon Wealth. Hocllll (itwpol. Governor Plngree, of Michigan, drcv from his pocket a typewritten slip and handed It to a minister who was...

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. — 20 April 1898

1893. 0 TIIE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. , a f Mt&r. v-W V mttJ At y . I..1.).JL 'V n ' ; I READING FOR TI IE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. FAST ASLKEP. Backward and forward tho rockir goes, Wafting tlie baby to sweet repose. Close by the cradle the mother croons Lullaby, rockaby nursery tunes. Dreamily Hinging, ahe patiently tries Bleep to bring to the baby 's eyes. Minute by minute the evening flits. Btill in the chair the drowsily Hits, Boothing and rubbing the aching gums, Longing for slumber that never conies, Kecking the baby that fretfully lies, Filling the room with its nervous cries. Weary with watching, the mother Rings, Wooing the god with the leadon wings. Softer and softer the ditty grows. Now the little one's eyelids clone. Blnking at last into droninland deep, Mother and baby are fast usloep. -Chicago Port. Written for the Advocate and Newt. TOn, A KANSAS BOY. BY LKNOHB DOSTER. CHAPTER 1. When Tom was 10 years old a great sorrow happened to him, the greatest sor row that can...

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. — 20 April 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 20, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS tor Till HOME SHOP AND FARM orriciAL pai'kk or thk ntatk OV KAN.HAH. Published Every Wednesday, it Topekx, Kaoui. dEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and I'kopuiktoks. 8uborlptlon Kntot: Ont. eojm ' Vfnr by ttuM, 91. In cluliH of ten or more, by mall, one year, 75 cent each. The cutvertMny rate of The Adwmitf. and ttcw are unv. bMlnuUi wui he mam ami prire ur ntilisA on application. Nofxtracharyeforcut, etc. The pnhlMirm rrmve the rioht to reject tiny oiijMUiwunc aarermma. we rratici mm jhijmt may eoiutlilcr tiny adrertlcmcnt which no- Jimrt hat In it revrecnltua a firm uhoc rclUthll ty ran lie vourhed for ly the uuMMien. The Advocate wo txtahlMwd in iHHH, and inu roimilUUUat with Tlut Kama Niw In tm7. The Advorate awl New U the official State ntprr, and ha a lamer circulation than any other Kanmu weekly which metre advrrtUement. For information reardlny nulmc.rlptUins and advertUlny rate, addren Otter. IHt AUVUUUt ANU Htws, ...

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. — 20 April 1898

.THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. I 1 CURRENT DISCUSSION! M BY EX-SENATOR PEFFER Z Independence or Intervention? Congress was inclined to criticise the President because he favors intervention in Spanish Cuban affairs rather than the acknowledgment of Cuban Independence or the according of belligerent rights to the Cubans. And after the President had delivered his message to Congress and expressed his views at length, concluding by asking authority to proceed along the lines he laid down, Congress began to quarrel over the same question among themselves, and Senators behave aa boy ishly as the turbulent members of the House. It would seem that with two year3 to discuss the different lines of policy to be pursued under varying circumstances and conditions, the leading men in both houses of Congress ought by this time to have discovered some common ground on which they could atand together and set tle the Cuban question. If they cannot find any such common ground, it would be becoming and in ev...

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. — 20 April 1898

IS THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 20, 3 PUBLIC OPINION j . .. . , .... ; aomiT Clay Center Dispatch imcc (Pop-): Aa Senator Young nmuw. remarks, It seems to nave beca the insurance companlea and not McNall who bit off more than they can chew. Pittsburg Dally Tribune (Pop.): Webb McNall's books show that he In running hla office In the intercut of the people. His accounts show a faithful steward ship, and that he is the right man for the place. Westmoreland Signal (Pop.): Gov ernor Leedy and the entire present in cumbents in the State office will be re nominated and re-elected, too. It has been by far the boat administration Kan sas ever had. Atchison Globe: The country papers of the State are booming F. D. Coburn for Governor. It would not suit party leaders to have him nominated, as he is a man who would have his own way In making appointments. PhllllpsbuTg Herald (Pop.): The Re publican press is constantly fighting Webb McNall, while Webb keeps on compelling the Insurance companlea ...

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