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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. mi may return to their homes In the coun try, when (they have neither strength to walk nor homes to return to, may be the Spanish Idea of repairing an un Justlce, but It will no, meat with the approval of heaven or the approbation of civilized humanity. Kansas City (Kas.) Tribune (Rep.): Of course we haven't any opinion of our own, but if we had, and dared ex press It, we should think and say that to an unprejudiced observer it looks like a case of too much Hanna. Topeka Journal (Ind. Rep.): If every American soldier In the Cuban army of occupation were promised an eighty acre homestead, there would be 3,000 000 vol unteers Inside of twenty-four hours. Cu pidity la a powerful ally to patriotism. "Kansas City (Kas.) Tribune (Rep.): Of course the destitute in 'this country are In no sense to be compared with the unhappy reconcentrados, but there were more people In our own land, last winter, dependent upon charity, than on the island of Cuba, and in spite of our...

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. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 APRIL 27, & r- r r i i l r A f 1 A V 1 1 ' THE WAGE EARNER ovi 1 w 4 o o '- o ' y " O O gj M'ORATH'S REPORT FOR 1897. Tenth Annual Report o( Mine In spector Nearly Ready for the Printer. State Mine Inspector George T. Mc Grath Is getting his annual report ready for the pi-later and expects to have It ready to turn over Borne time next month. It Is a review of the year end ing December 31, 1897. It will deal less with matters outside the State than did the reports of some of Mr. McGrcith's predecessors, but in a good many ways it wil go further lnio detail regarding the production of coal within the State. The total production of coal In Kan sas during 1897 was 3,072,195 short tons, which was divided among twenty coun filtles, as follows: Crawford, 1,590,620 tons; Cherokee, 1,441,798; Leavenworth, 3G7.141; Oaage, 181,857; Bourbon, 28,483; Linn, 26,775; Coffey, 10,000; .Franklin, 6,452; Atchison, 5,152; Cloud, 2,800; IJrown, 2,300; Labette, 2,000; Ellswor...

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. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 15 G THE WAR HAS BEGUN. Continued from page 3.) I . Summary of War Movement. So far the Spanish have lost nlae ves sela. They are the eteamers Buena Ven tura, Pedro, Michael Jover, Catallna and Saturnlna and the schooners Mathllde, Candldo and AntonJo. All of these have been taken to Key West except the Sat urnlna, which went to Ship Island, Mis sl&alppl. So far as la definitely known no American vessel a have been seized The only known movement In the Span ish navy has been the departure of the torpedo boat destroyer lAudaz I ram Queenetown for Spain. This waa com' pelted by the British neutrality procla mation. For the same reason the Ameri can Asiatic squadron has left Hong Kong. The North Atlantic squadron la block ading Havana, while the flying squadron ds at Hampton Roads. The Minneapolis and Columbia Are at sea on an unknown mission. The battleship Oregon and gun boat Marietta are coming up the east coast of South America. The Topeka Is on the way t...

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. — 27 April 1898

fm ADVOCATE AHD HEWS. APMl 27 The Work of the State Agricultural College. 1 By HON. C. B. HOFFMAN,; President of the Board of Regents K. S. A. C. (Continue)) from last week.) We have Increased the opportunities for work In agriculture and engineering mere than In any other branch, as the following table will show: Old flew course, course. Agriculture 245 6C0 Horticulture 130 241 Engineering 65' 612 Domoatlc science 130 239 Sociology, including his tory, civics and eco nomics 227 513 286 Inc. 415 111 557 109 We give more hours of instruction and accomplish more for less money than did the old regime. We have Inaugurated a special term in agriculture and dairying, giving op portunity for men and women who have not the time, mean or inclination to take a full collegiate course to obtain thor ough instruction of a practical nature in farming, stock breeding and feeding, and dairying. We have subjected the old college herd (which under the old regime was a continual source of loos, as we...

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. — 27 April 1898

I THE ADVOCATE AUD.IIEWO. eoonomleta. The principles maintained by the advocate o land nationalization, public control ot public utilities, and the reform of the financial or monetary sys tem ahall be fairly stated and candidly examined with a view ot leading the student to grasp the principles Involved In the eclence of production and distri bution without bias or prejudice." I know of no other method by wnlch truth may be attained. Freedom of wience and teaching freedom of thought and investigation and then freedom to put that thought Into living speech and red hot type ultlmatlng in freedom of of deed. The great law of Uf e "Love thy neigh bor aa thyeelf" can not be practically applied until we understand our rela tions to our neighbor; until we realize that perhaipa we rob him when we tax him; that perchance we take wrongfully when we subject him to private monopoly or public plunder. The boys and girls from our farms and our shops come to our State Agricultural College. Few of ...

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. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 27, 'VI ' ,. 1 . ,7,7 ,.,-t , ' DR. UOWAIID H. KUHHKLL, President National Antl-Baloou League. A Day at the Industrial School of the State. ') Mrs. John 0. Oils has Juat returned ','; from a visit to the girls' Industrial school i at Beloit. She la highly pleased with Its management. In speaking of her visit he said: But a few years ago, the broad mother hearts of the W. C. T. U. women of Kan ',' saa, prompted ithem to start an Industrial ' school in a rented building In Beloit. The outgrowth of thla move la a State ifcatltutlon which furnishes an Industrial . wlucatlon, home culture, and Intellectual , training to all within Its walls. The . ; commitment papers read that the girls ' V incorrigible, and the testimony of ',' the girls and the employes shows that j the government of the whole Institution i3 basod on love. It la true that some punishments have to be Imposed on the :--t glrla to maintain discipline, but for sev- ;rtt.l months the extreme mea...

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. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1Q First published April 6. 1S9S.1 PROPOSALS For Printing and Binding Material for the State of Kansas. Office of the Secretary of State, Topeka, Kas., March 31, 18U8. Sealed bids for furnishing paper and binding materials to be used in the public Drintlng for the year commencing July 1, 1S98. will be received at this offlce on or before 12 o'clock in., the 20th day of May, mi. The following Is the estimate of the amount of the same that will probably be Strictly ftrst class, sized and super-calendered Eastern book, white and tinted, 60, W and 70 pounds, 3,000 reams, more or !eBest superfine flat writing papers, all weights, 300 reams, more or less- Best fine tub-sized and loft-dried Cat writing paper, all weights, 1.000 reams, "First-class cover papers, all weights and colors, 250 reams, more or less. First-class all jute mantlla wrapping pa per, flat, various weights, 100 reams, more 0 iidger papers, all weights and sizes, 100 reams, more or less. . , , Bond...

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. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AIID HEWS. AI'ILIL 27. ISC 5. I 1 . I A mmm THEODORE BOOSE VELT. At Asktat Siflretajy of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt ha anrola opportunity for the display of the qunfmsa tluit hare mudu him widely known. He bat been un tiring b tli work of prepiuing our fleet to meet any emergency that may arise oat of the Spanish-Cuban trouble. 33 F013TEB8. TJB3K8 HEAL K STATU CO.-An headquarter iJ for turn and city property. 8ee them If you wtir.t to buy, ull or rea.-U3 Wet riftb fit., To- p.jks, UlAS. yrioa 8ALW Oil HXCUANHX-I want to sell a 1; tww?y-aore trot In ttt. Louis, Wo. Will take a 'anuas furtn or aTopeka borne In partial payment tor tamo. H. B. Gibson. Care of Advocate and New FDft BALB-Tbe Imported French Comb stallion Kreyiiliiet, color dura brown, weltfht 1,060. lie toolr. : at premium and weeptakn at Kaova State I'jiV two years In sunoMsioii. Will soil at a low jwt. Add&ss or eall on Hathan flrobat, Vldette, t.isvwne county, Kas., or Bradford Miller, Topeka. H'OVL f...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 May 1898

DevoM id the Br Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the Farm Tenth Year, No. 18. official STATE TOPEKA, KANSAS, MAY 4, 1898. KVKHY WKDMKR'Oi-iT. FKICJK IUVK CilSir.i. I. Competition Not Desired. Two Prices Paid for the Construction of a Coal Pit, and Then Poor '.. : $p,rk is Done. BIQ PRICES FOR CHEAP STUFF The same recklessness seeing to have pervaded the little contracts thait char acterized me larger ones which were let by the Morrill administration. The State Buffered as badly dn one case as In the other. It will be noted that not one of them gave the taxpayers decent treat ment. One of the small contracts in - which the contractors got their share and more was that for the construction of the coal and ash pit, tunnel, track, etc. There are a number of details in connection with It which merit close examination. The first record relative to it appears on page 418 of the Executive Council record under date of November 22, 1895. It says: "The council having under considera tion th...

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. — 4 May 1898

3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 4, 1 C7 v Recruits Were Too Numerous. Several Hundred Topeka Men Will Have to Walt for Another Call to Arms. MILITIA WAS TREATED FAIRLY The Topeka recruiting office was opened Friday. Several companies have been enlisted during the past few weeks and all wanted to get In' on the first call. A3 there were not lean than 500 of them, and as tho county could only get eighty four men, with probably twenty extras, there were many disappointments, - Company M of the militia was given the preference. Of Us seventy-two men fifty-eight were accepted. Captain Pe terson's company was at the old court house before daylight. At 7:30 Com pany M filed Into the building, which Is Its headquarters, and prepared for the long wait until the recruiting officers arrived. When they came the militiamen were given the first chance. The recruiting officers were Ma J. James Graham, Assistant Adjutant General Boyd and Surgeons C. M. England and John M. Rafter. They began work as It...

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. — 4 May 1898

1831 0 Spain Loses Asiatic Fleet. American Fleet Wins Easily In the Philippines, Practically Destroying the Spanish Vessels. MANILA WILL SOON BE OURS. Th lntPK rMinrta from Manila lndi cate that the Spanish squadron has been practically wiped out and (that the Amen jian naval vittrv ,waa Ann of thft srreilL est in the history of the country. The authorities at Washington are highly pleased with rtihe reports. The fltory is test torn !Dy me aispaicaes wmcn ionow. New York, May 2, A dispatch to the The Asiatic squadron of the United States, Commodore Dewey commanding, Sunday engaged and completely defeated tne Asiatic squaaron or spam in me nar bor of Manila, in the Philippine islands, practically destroying it. All tht npiwa if thfl sTPait naval hat tie thus far is coming from Spanish sources. This "shows conclusively that Manila has not yet been taken by the American forces and that the cable lines are still under the control of Spain. From . the fact that even the advices received ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 May 1898

4 MAY 4, THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS, radical Farm Notes- From Actual Experience. Foods for Fowl. It La a difficult thing to. give a rule for feeding poultry tkut will answer all requirements, but wdtn aa average nocK intended for egg production, and. which is turning out a fair quantity of eggs, CO per cent, of the varloua foods used should be grain, 25 per cent, vegetables or green stuff and 15 per cent., flesh. The greater variety there Is In the grain rations the better the results. For the morning food the fowls should have all they can eat, and at noon enough grain should be fod In the scratching grounds to keep them busy until night. This ought to answer all the purposes of the laying hen In ordinary weather, though it might be better, for fear their noon feed has not been sufficiently heavy, to give them a little com at night. Sweet Corn for Soiling:. In most sections Where one has a near-by market sweet corn will be found a fairly profitable crop to grow, especially if the very e...

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. — 4 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. . 1353. 6. lu winter. The Egyptians prepared a beverage out of the juice of the cucum ber. Asparagus was originally a wild sea-coast plant, and Is a native of Great Britain. It was Plato's favorite vege table, and Aristophanes praised it as am excellent digestive. Spinach Is an Ara bian plant Imparted by the Arabians into Spain. Melons were found originally In Southern Asia, end were cultivated by the Greeks and Romans. Columbus In troduced them, to America. The canta loupe is a native of America, and bo called from the name of a place near Rome, where it was first cultivated In Europe. Cabbage Is indigenous to Greece; Clnclnnatua ordered its cultiva tion in Rome. Cauliflower is a native of Cypers. Radish came from China, whence also comes rhubarb, introduced In Europe in the fourteenth century. The bean Ja said to be a native of Egypt and India, the pea of Asia. These two vegetables were cultivated In Europe In the most ancient times. Peas have been found in ...

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. — 4 May 1898

0 THU ADVOCATE AND HEWS. MAY 4, CONCERNING KANSAS jiiii.ffiij.i.i'.'r!iii 'ititi BY J. W. WORTHY. , CONVENTIONS. ' POPULIST. BtUTojoi, J tin 16. ConrMloMik-Mn4 district, Olathe, Jan 21 Third " Chrryale, Janet. " ' Fourth " ' Kniporla, May 17 rhh " Concordia, June 1. " Ml ltd " rniltbCeuter,.liine7 " Satenth " llulohlnwin, May II Jndlolal-Tweuty-fourtn dlitrlot, Pratt, May 17. , BKPUBLICAN. Htate-llntehlnsou, June 8. Ooiitfrenitlonttl-Hivoond diKtrlct, Ottawa, Mar " Vourtta " Kniporla. May 10. , Hlxth " Belolt, June 15. " Herenth " UntclilnHon, May 6. ' Jadlclal-Tweuty cecond dint.. Ulawalha, July 14 ' DKMOCUAT. 8tat Atchison, June 15. Coinrewiioiial Third district, dispute, . " fourth " K in porta, .' Judicial Twenty-tbird dlntrlct, WaKeeny, June 23 PKOUIU1T10N. Btate Kniporla, June 7. Independence is bidding for a cracker factory. They are drilling In Ottawa for both gas and war. Hodgeman county delegates are for Billy Edwards. ' . Crop reports for Kansas are making a splendid show...

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. — 4 May 1898

THE.ADYOCATE AND NEWS. , 1JJ03, State administration, opposed the en croachments of monopolies and Invited all opponents of the gold standard to unite with the pony. The Board of County Oommiaslonera of Graham county baa cancelled $15,163 worth of scrip, being all that waa out standing. This la the county whose bonds State Treasurer Heflebower 1b afraid to have the State buy. It doesn't seem to be In a very hard way. O. H. Bentley, the Wichita lawyer who thought he was running againBt Cheater I. Long for the Republican nomination for Congress, has discovered that he waa not running at all and has withdrawn and ibeen granted the privilege of moving that Long's nomination be by acclama tion. Lyon county Democrats met in mass convention at Emporia last week and af ter electing five delegates to hhe Congres slonal convention they were instructed to vote to postpone the convention un til May 17, the date of thte PopuIlBt convention. . The convention date is .'May 3. The Lyndon Herald fav...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 May 1898

8 HAY 4, THE ADVOCATE AND HEW& I FOR HOME READING 3ir, COUNTKY. Oae country I Eeautlful m om Front ana to mountain cleans, Wie southland daluie moU the mill Tliflt rims New England's row The amo undarktuuid Ughta of God Bhlne on a from the sky lands And color overy brosthing clod . From lowland vslas to highland!. One country 1 And hor flag unfurled On height of high endosvor la lite a gurknd round a world Wbora fruwiom live forever. Hull to that country I Btrontf una ntanda For loyal huurt that love hor, With freedom's falchion In hor hand And freedom's flan alxjvo hor. Boston I'retw Club Souvenir. Largest Things. Ladlei' Home Journal. The largest stockyards In the world axe In Chicago, 111. The combined plants represent an Investment of oyer 1 10, 000,000. The yarda contain twenty miles of streets, twenty miles of water trough, fifty miles of feeding troughs, and seventy-five miles of water and drainage troughs. The yarda are capable of re ceiving and accommodating dally 20,00...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 May 1898

ISSS. 9 THE. ADYOCATE.Affl) NEWS. " w t i.u. JLzl ?a7rar.lf , , ....Ahmh - i fiiii ifi mm i inftv mr-' tn-rTrnnti"-miit'-'"r-nrni'im i i naiwiri 1 in i 1 r iini d READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. SI'OSE HIS MAMMY KNOWS. Never nuthin like him any-any where! Never seen Rich eyes as hia or sich bead o' hair! Party aa a lily, aweeter than a rosel (That 'a hi mummy 'a verdict, an la'pose hia mammy knows. ) Don't you hear him talkin f Been here Jest a week. Perfectly surprlnin, all the languages he'll speak! Never nuthin like HI Listen how he goeal (That's hia mammy's verdict, an I a'poaehla mammy knows.) Now he'a thinkin, thinkln, o' aomethln that , he'll say I Now he'acallln "Daddy!" jest aa plain aa dayt Ain't he jest as purty as adewdropona rose? (That 'a his mammy'a verdict, an I a'poaa hia . mammy knows.) Toes him up an swing him till be'a almost oat o' breath! Cuddle him an kiss him till he'a almost kissed to death! Looks jest like hia mammy, sweeter than a roBe! . (That...

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. — 4 May 1898

10 MAY 4. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS THE HOWE SHOP AND FAPYl OFFICIAL PAl'ER OF TIIK STATE ' OF KANSAS. Finished Every Wedaealay, it Tepcka, Kiaus. OEO. B. HARR150N-& CO., Editors ahd Pkopbiitors. BalMcrlptlon Btw:-OM eiy m year by mail, $t. In tluii of ten or mvre, by wait, on yetvr, 74 cent each. The advertMng rate of The Advocate and Newt are low. Ktimatc viU be. tnaile and price fur ' nWtat on amdUiatUm. No extra tharye for cuts, tie. The mhiu)wr reerve the 1'ht to reject any objectionable advcrtuina. The ruuler of this jwtper may eomidcr any advertUement whkh an- herein an reoreneiUiny a firm wlue rtlUtiill ty can be vouched for by the vulllher. The Advocate vain CMUMWwd in 1SHD. and wut toneolUlaUd with The Katun New, in IH17. The Advomle awl New U the official State iwjxr, and ha a larger circulation than any other, Kama wccMy whkh receive advertisement. , For infinnutlon reardtny mbucriptiotu and adoertUlna rtUcn, addre . , OUnOfl! Int AUVUWUfc ANY BtHJ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 May 1898

1898. i: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1 CURRENT DISCUSSION BY EX-SENATOR PEFFER Money for the War. It Is proposed that the new bonds Bhall be coin bonds, as if that were anything new. Every bond that has been Issued since 1870 and there have been over 1,650 million dollars of them, were coin bonds coin of the stanuard value of July 14, 1870; but -the treasury officials have uniformly construed the word coin to mean gold coin, when silver dollars were coin as much as were gold eagles. That is the way the word in the new bonds will be construed if there is not something done by Congress to forbid it. It is a matter of very great Importance. There Is no more need of bonds now than there was a year ago. If the gov ernment credit la good enough to Insure a high premium on bond3, Burely it can float all the treasury notes required to purchase army supplies from its own people. What kind of money do they expect to Bet for their coin bonds? When the last administration was selling coin bonds for ...

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. — 4 May 1898

12 MAY 4, TIIE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. PUBLIC OPINION FOREIGN Dlaro de La Marina (Ila VJI!l TAI K vana): There ia no fear of a ocardty of provisions In case of war.owlng to measures adopted by the government and to the patriotic attitude of the Spaniards of ' Mexico. Italle (the official organ of Italy): The powers must either urge Spain to abandon. Cuba or or to face a long war, probably fatal to Spain and Its mon archy. Union 'Conatltuclonal (Havana): In tervention means war for Spain. But It is easier ito vote than to execute. So far, Spain has treated the United States with contempt. Now, alio will kick her and use the whip. Premier Crispl, of Italy: Groat dan ger is threatening the principles and In stitutions of the Latin peoples. De Tocquevllle's prophecy will Boon be ful filled and for weal or for woo American democratic principles will have revolu tionized Europe. Republlque Francals (Paris): Since Europe is powerless to re-establish peace tt protect the weak agalnot the strong ...

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