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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 June 1898

1S98. 5 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. jcction because their ideas-in relation to company officers were not satisfac tory. The public will be surprised to learn that Governor Leedy is running President McKlnlcy's mustering officers. When the Alliance began to go down Republicans took the position that the party which developed from it would follow in its footsteps at a rapid pace. Now that the Republican State League is becoming so insignificant in num ber? that it cannot command reduced ratec on the railroads it is in order for these same papers to prophesy that the party will soon be in the same condi tion. In Morris county the fusion County Superintendent died and a big petition was presented to tho Republican county commissioners asking for the appoint ment of his widow to fill out his un expired term. She is a very capable woman, but the board ignored the re quest, which is usually granted under such circumstances, and appointed the Republican candidate who had been beaten by tho decea...

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. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 JUNE 1, fT .', ' ih' ' ', ' ' 1 rvtf ? 1m U " From Actual Experience. Soil Moisture. An aero of soil to the depth of eight inches, containing the ordinary amount of moisture, weighs about 1,200 tons. If this soil contains 25 per cent of mois ture there will be, In this eight Inches of sell, 300 tons of water. An acre of soil, with ordinary moisture, to the depth ot one foot, weighs about 1.800 tons, and with 25 per cent, of moisture contains 450 tons of water. Many plants will live and maintain themselves with as low as 5 per cent, of moisture, but they grow most rapidly and do the best when the noil contains from 15 to 25 per cent, of moisture. Seeding Clay Soils. It is often desirable to seed clay soils, but it Is difficult because It bakes so hard under the sun after rains. To seed such a soil plow and follow In furrow with a sub-soil plow to the depth of two feet. Harrow the surface and apply lime broadcast at the rate of a ton per acre. Harrow this in a...

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. — 1 June 1898

1838. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. are produced in the warmer regions to the south of the Middle West After reaching a suitable ago, they are sent to the great grazing grounds in the Middle West grounds apparently designed by nature for this purpose. When they reach the age for killing, they are for warded again to feeding stations, most of which are within 200 miles of the packing-houses, and after a stay there to acquire flavor, weight and fat, they are slaughtered near the stock-yards. The great trains of cattle that followed the disuse of the cattle trail are being duplicated to-day, but In a different way. They are used to transport cattle to the grazing grounds. I met a stockman in Kansas who had made, in 1897, no less than six round trips to Oregon, where he purchased native cattle, and, In special trainB, had them sent into Wyoming on the range. Hundreds of such special trains went speeding over plain and mountain in 1897, as they had been do ing for several years, and as they w...

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. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 8 JUNE 1, THE ADVOCATE T AND NEWS JL OKTICIAL I'Al'KK OF THE STATE OV KANSAS. Pi k!!chcd Every Wednesday, it Topeka, Kasai. dEQ. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Pkopkictohu. Sabr!ptlon Ktwi: One eoV 'me year by mail, $t. In club of ten or more, by mail, one year, 76 cent each. The advertising rait of The Advocate and New are low. tMimntc will be made ami price fur nUhed on ajtylicalUm. No extra charge fur cut, etc.. The puhlMier rrnerve the right t reject any ohlectiimalle atlvertMng. The rentier of thi paper may eomldcr any atlvertlrmenl which ap pear herein a reprr.cnltng a firm whim reliabil ity can be vouchetl for by the puhlither. The Advocate wo elafdUhed in lHffl,andwa comolldated with The Kama New in txn. The Advocate and New U Uic official State paper, and hat n laryer circulation than any other Kaimu weekly which receive advcrtUement. For information regarding mlmcriplion and alverttlng rate, addre oner. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, IIS W. Sixth A. TOPE...

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. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. State Insurance Favored. Superintendent McNall's Annual Re port Contains Interesting Matter. CREDIT GIVEN TO GOV. LEEDY. Superintendent McNall has Issued advance sheets of his report to the Gov ernor. It Is quite long and thoroughly covers the transactions of his depart ment. The litigation in connection with tho Hillmon and other companies whose licenses wore revoked or not re-issued is discussed in detail. It is shown that the Superintendent had his hearings all of the timo and that he has won in every case. His efforts to enforce the valued pol icy law are explained In full. The law is'cited, together with decisions hearing on it, and he shows that tho law not only can be but is being enforced. He refers to instances of total losses where the payment was scaled down by the company's adjusters and the insured was Induced to accept rather than go to court. Of these methods Mr. McNall says: "What would the people in any com munity in this State say if, o...

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. — 1 June 1898

10 JUNE 1, PUBLIC OPINION I : v v. .y v THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. i.j Wichita Beacon: If it r mi co i waa understood that ev liLrtLKAU ery man whe asked for a commission must enlist in the army first as a private, and take his chances, McKinley wouldn't be pestered bo much by men wanting honors and emolu ments. Hutchinson Herald (Rep.): Counting our pension list, our military expenses are greater than those of Germany by $40,000,000 a year, and greater than that of any country in tho world. Newjon Danner (Pop.): Two things are needed to carry on war men and money. For the first the government goes out and picks up the best men it can find and says, "Come along, I need you," but for the second it has a dif ferent plan. Hiawatha World (Rep.): We hope that the President has ordered the bom bardment of every Spanish fort and vessel until Spain either surrenders or li exterminated. That's the only policy that will win, now. And it will be pop ularly received by the people. Wichita Beacon: W...

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. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. 1: The Law of Averages. Hjr Kltweed Pouieroy, Presldeut Direct Letilslatlon Leaxue. . Slowly but Bteadlly, like the emergence ol Home great rock, as floods Hubslde, tinea the law of averages us having been the controlling, though little recognized, factor in our Hocial evolution, as being the dimly men and weakly grasped tremendous lm jdenient of modern progress, as to be the dominant law around which the glorious civilization of the future will be built. Obey It and It becomes your servant more pow erful than tho genll of Aladdin's lamp. Disobey It and tho march of progress leaves you far In the rear. . All prophets, whether of Israel of old or of our modern times, have, either Instinct ively or with careful study, applied this law of averages to their knowledge of na tional characteristics and have foretold, never exact facts, but the destinies of na tions, and foretold them correctly. "Individuals vary but percentages remain constant." Oreut businesse...

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. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 JUNE 1, .T..t..tTTi,tiitj.f.,T..t,.t.,T..t..T..T..ti.t..t.iT..l.,fi,t,iTi.t l..t..ti.t.iT..t.. "!"!"!"J"I" Something Else From Webb McNall. Topaka. March 17th, 1690. I THE WAGE EARNER J . Ja om o c o ivtfi a f o o ? o o o u o 4? j o o o o Labor Notes. It now costs $25 to Joint the Chi cago carpenters' union. An eight-hour scalo for pressmen has been signed at St. Louis. Foreign laborers are leaving Hazleton, Pa., as rapidly us possible. Label leagues are being established la every ward in Chicago. Texas unionists are after the Chinese, who are invading the State. The Brotherhood of Railway Train men has paid out $-1,000,000 for death and disability claims. Governor Plngrco's popularity Is largely duo to the fact that he is an em ployer of union labor. A box-making machine which will turn out 1,000 boxes an hour has been invented by a Philadelphia man. Michigan's contingent of volunteers at Island Park has among its number 253 printers, most of them being un...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. NO NEW REGIMENTS. War Department Will Fill Up Compa nles Already Organized to Maxi mum Number. Shortly after the second call for troops was Issued statements were published that Kansas would be given 1.GC8 as Its quota. Governor Leedy promptly wired the Secretary of War asking for au thority to raise two regiments. After some delay Secretary Alger sent the fol lowing telegram to Governor Ixsedy: Governor of Kansas: It is estimated that about 990 enlisted men will be required to fill to the maxi mum the organizations already in scr vice from your State. It is desired to know how far you will be able to fur hlsh the above number. " R. A. ALGER, Secretary of War. The Governor had organized the first three regiments on the minimum basis in accordance with the Instructions of the War department. He did not know what this turn in affairs really meant but he replied to the Secretary by send ing the following telegram: ' Russell A. Alger, Secretary of War: ' In-...

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. — 1 June 1898

I 14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUNE 1, A o nmuui J J 77 I FOR HOME READING 7T"v 1L EJC IJYBON ON Hl'AlN. Here nil wore noble save nubility. liom huggod a coiHjuoror'a chuln save fallen chivulry. Such be the sons of Hpnln, and strange the fate They fltfhtfor freedom who wore never fwel A klnglcHs people for a nervelons atate, Hor vftciittls combat whon their chUftalrm flee, True to the voriest slave of treachery, Fond of a lund which gave them naught but life. Frldo points the pnth that Inula to liberty. IJju k to the struggle, baffled in the Htriio, Vor, war, la atill the cry-war even to the knlfel Ye who would more of Spuln and Spanlurdu know, Go read whfite'er la writ of bloodieHt utrife. Tl'hate'w keen vengeance urged on foreign foe Can act ia acting there agnlnst man'a life. From flashing aciinlter to aecret knife, War moldoth there each weapon to hla need, Bo he may guard the nlater and the wife, Bo may he make each curst oppressor bleed, Bo may audi foes deaerve the moat remorse ...

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. — 1 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ic My mother's headaches were of the sort that people call sick headache. They always were in some way the result of a disturbed stomach. She would have them sometimes more than once a week, and then she might go several weeks without having one. Generally an attack would only spoil one day, but sometimes she would be sick for two or three days. When she learned about Ripans Tabules, she found that they always relieved her decidedly, and her attacks are now much less frequent than they used to be. She continues to make use of the Tabules when occasion arises, but she says that now one or two will not produce the effect they did in the beginning. She keeps a supply of them in the house all the time, and I believe if she would take them according to directions, they would cure her entirely. You know her life is that of a farmer's wife. I suppose her experience is that of thousands of others who stay pretty closely at home and de pend for food mainly upon those 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. — 1 June 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUNE 1, 1898. TULLER DISC CULTIVATOR FOR LISTED CORN. jl 3 V k . - 1, "V ft ' 1 JV IB IB Clod Cruaher and Cultivator, New combination. Nothing equals it for perfect cultivation. Result, greater yield. 15,000 Using Them. No clogging. Discs clear them selves. Boy can do a man's work. Try it and it will make you smile. Ask your dealer for it or write us for circular. TULLER CULTIVATOR CO, KANSAS CITY, Borrowed Smiles. Count (to his son, who l.s engaged to an actress)) "I'm sorry you are going to bring an actress into our family." Son "Oh, that's all right. She Isn't much of an actresfl." FlU'gendo matter. Thought. "Chewing gum certainly .stimulates thought," remarked the ob server of men and things. "Hut tho chewing and thinking are not done by the same person." Detroit Journal. Separate Institutions. Clerical Friend "I hear you are having trouble In your church." Tho Rev. Dr. Fourthly "Not a word of truth in it. Tho trouble Is in tho choir." Chicago Tri bune....

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. — 8 June 1898

If ' . " ' I 1 , JW "j"UJ - . - - 1 - . .f Devoted (o me Bar Interests ot the Home, foe 3hop and the to I Tenth Year, No. 23. OFFICIAL STATIC l'APKK. HI VKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 8, 1898. KVF.KY WKNF,SIAT. I'KICK F1VK CKNX8. it 1 i'i ii 1V1 1 il im ilinlAwWitt And yet they want the Ship of State to sail through this again I

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. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 2 JUNE 8, Ingalls on Nepotism. Western Farmers Become Privates While Youthful Civilians With a Pull Get Good Places. QENIUS IS NOT HEREDITARY, Atchison, May 31. John J. Ingalls, In a letter to the Globe nays: Up to April 24, 1898, it was one of the favorite arguments for democracy that genius Is not hereditary; that statesmen do not transmit their qualities to pos terity. It has passed Into a proverb that great men seldom have great sons. The apparent exceptions neither prove nor disprove the rule. The highest types are not persistent. Men, families, na tions culminate and then decay. So our boast has been that we have abolished the artificial distinction of birth and rank and made merit rather than pedigree the criterion of prefer ment. An honorable ancestry Is never more than a good symptom, Renowned pa ternity is not discreditable but in a re public it only establishes a favorable presumption. In selections for places of honor, trust, profit and responsibil...

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. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 3 THEIR FATHERS' SONS. Plenty of Army Appointments do to Relatives of Present and Former Prominent Public Men. Some appointments to the army, clas sified according to reasons for appoint nient: SONS OF FATHERS. Fred M. Alger, captain; father, Secre tary of War. Russell B. Harrison, major; father, Benjamin Harrison. James 0. Ulaine, captain; father James 0. Blaine. John A Logan, major; father, Gen. John A. Logan. Fitzlmgh Lee. Jr., first lieutenant; father, Gen. Fltzhugh Lee. Jos. B. Foraker, Jr., captain; father, Senator J. B. Foraker. Edward Murphy, captain; father, Sen ator E. Murphy. A. C. Gray, lieutenant colonel; father, Senator Gray. William J. Sewell, captain; father, Senator Sewell. T. C. Catchings, Jr., captain; father, Representative T. C. Catchings. John A. Hull, lieutenant colonel; father, Representative Hull. Hugh II. Gordon, major; father, ex Senator Gordon. Stewart M. Brlce, captain; father, ex Senator Brlce. Hiram E. Mitchell, captain; fa...

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. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4, JUNE 8, CONCERNING KANSAS vn''!),- i BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVENTIONS. POPULIST.- State Topeka, June 1.r. CoiiKreimlonal Beoond district, Olalbe, Jane 21 KKPUBMCAN. Conjrrewilmial Rltb dlntrlct, Hnlolt, Jnne 15. J udUilal Twenty second dint., Hiawatha, July 14 DKMOC11AT. State Atchltton, June IA. CoiiKronxImial Third dimrlot, Chnnnte, , Judlelal-Twenly-tliirddliitrlct, WaKeeny, June 23 Fusion has been arranged In Cherokee county. Jim Chisham has secured the Atchison postofllce. . Harvest has begun in the vicinity of Independence. It will be McCormick against Reeder In the Sixth district. County Attorney Schumacher, of But ler county, wants to be a major. Neosho county Republicans are for Fuuston for Governor. The consolidated barb wire factory at Lawrence is being enlarged. Miami Populist delegates are In structed for Governor Lcedy. Lit Crum heads the Republican State delegation from Labette county. The postofllce and several stores at Raymond were robbed last...

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. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 5 GENERAL NEWS NOTES Tom Keene, the actor, la dead. British capitalists want to buy our war bonds. Ex-Governor Cyrus C. Carpenter, of Iowa, is dead. Five inches of snow fell at Sherman, Wyo., last Saturday. A code of civil and cfiminal law is being prepared for Alaska. The Knight's Templar triennial con clave will be at Pittsburg, Pa., this year. The Senate war revenue bill provides for a tax of 4 cents per barrel on adul terated flour. The Standard Oil Company serves no tice that it will not pay tho corporation tax if one Is levied. Postmaster Stillman, of Milwaukee, Is charged with wholesale violation of the civil service regulations. Tho railroads of the United States paid $57,290,679 in dividends last year. For taxes $40,979,933 was paid. The Socialists of Ohio have noml natetd a straight ticket and have de clined all overtures for fusion. Maine Populists have nominated Rob ert Gerry for Governor. The conven tion was attended by 104 delegates. The Ca...

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. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 JUNE 8. v't1 feivh'Jv fV" if From Actual Experience. harmful Butter Colors. Dairymen should avoid any coloring matter for butter that'is made from coal oil. Several death have been directly tiaced to butter colored with coal oil derivatives, and many States arc pre paring laws to Hlop its use. Old dairy men know that annatto colors are harm less and can bo bought anywhere, al though higher in price than the other BortH. It is poor policy, however, to use poisons for coloring for the sake of Having a few cents. Once your butter is known to contain harmful coloring mat ter your business as a buttermaker is ruined. Teasing Animals. Teasing of young animals on the farm should never be tolerated. It may bo funny to see the young things make use of their tender horns, and stamping of feet, etc., but as they grow older and learn to know their strength, they often become vicious, and then Home day in a fit of bad temper they are liable to Injure some member of the f...

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. — 8 June 1898

7 1838. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. er than gain for Itself the extra price It deueived. On the other hand, the care and fcraall expense necessary to put this extra fruit on the market bo carefully packed that It will attract the attention it deserves will be paid for many times over. The Embden Geese. The illustration shown here Is a gan der of the breed known aa Embden, which is very popular In England and qui to as much liked in this country where it Is known. The breed Is es pecially desirable when raised where the geese receive only ordinary care, as they do not require the petting that other breeds seem to need. As a rule, all geese are a year old before they be- gin laying, and for egg production are of comparatively little value. They are, however, valuable for feathers and should be more extensively raised for this purpose. Geese feathers are always high in price, and the demand far ex ceeds the supply. Embdens are espe cially desirable for this purpose, the feathers being pure ...

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. — 8 June 1898

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUNE 8, THE ADVOCATE FOR Tit HOME AND NEWS. SHOP AND FARM OFFICIAL PAPER OF THK HTATE OF KANSAS. PilbiUlkcd Every WcdueuJay.at Topclu, Kauai. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Pbopbiktors. BnbMrljtlon Rat: One coji one year by mail, $t , In elulm of ten or more, by tmiil, one year, 75 cent each. The advertMny rate of The Advocate and New are low. Kmmatf will he imule and price fur nihed on amAltdtUm. No extra rluiruc for cut. tie. The nifllher reserve the riyH to reject any ohiecuonaiM ativerlmuia. im rentier of mi vnner man comldcr anu advertUemcnt which an 1ear herein a retreeutlim a firm win me relUti Al ly can be vouched for lu the imldUhcr. The Advocate wo efldUhed in tHX), and wvi eomolidatcd with The Katimt New in .W. The Advocate and New U the official State ikijmt, and hag a laroer circulation than any otlter Kaimu Wff klu which receive advertucment. For information reyardtny eulmriptUmt ami aanerimna rate, aaare CCIc: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, 1...

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