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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. J 898. 9 VOICE OF THE PEOPLE What of the Future? W. M. MOOKE. Let me give a warning note right here. There arc many Populists who are nut going to quibble and quarrel in prima ries or conventions who will give the party a surprise at the counting. As far aa we can learn there is great satis faction with the present administration with the exception of Governor, and It Is a very serious question if he can be re elected again, or anywhere near it, should he be nominated, even if the balance of the ticket carries by a large majority. The same thing Is going to happen with the Representatives and county officers. The nominees for of fice must average over six feet in moral worth and law-enforcing character. Mark the prediction the Populist party is going to be a very uncertain quantity from now on. It has too many real earnest, honest, all-around reformers who believe In the enforcement of all laws, not special ones, and this element has been badly sickened and di...

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. — 8 June 1898

10 JUNE 8, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0'l PUBLIC OPINION f iM Topeka Journal (Ind. rrwrnai IleP: AuHtr4 UtNtHAL. mJiy mae the shooting of some of her people at Lattlmer during the coal strike a pretext for going to war with us and agisting Spain. Medlclno Lodge Index (Pop.): As long aj the rights of property are held to be more Bacred than the rights of man, that long will there be Industrial slav ery Wichita Deacon: The only way to Btop Sunday papers Is to Induce the people not to read on Sunday. There Is one other way and that Is to prohblt people from learning to read at all. Wa-Keeney Independent (Pop.): Tho fable of the farmer who sent out Invi tations to a wheat-cutting and received only regrets, must bo unknown to Spain, or It would not bo so blindly tniHtlng to getting assistance from the European powers. Wichita Deacon: When Senator For aker agrees that tho time has come to return the Confederate flags held by Northern Orund Army posts and others as trophies it strikes tho aver...

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. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 189S. ll ..T..T T..T..T. JLJLJm rn r aii Direct Legislation in Kansas. By FRANK W. nLLIOTT, Editor Troy Times. .?Ti..iiihiihhiiii Since tho Advocate and News has been kind enough to Invite contributions to its columns upon the subject or. direct tegisia tlon, I have deemed It un opportune time to add my nilto to the preponderance of testimony In favor of this treat ana rumia mental reform. The time has come In this nation, as In all the nations of tho earth, when tho preat body of humankind must take a bold Men forwurd. hxlsllnK mail tutlous are crumbling beneath tho search light of truth, ltlght and Justice are alone sacred to tho democracy of earth. lCn- trenched wrong Is no longer sacred be cause of Its antiquity. We are living in an age of progress. The great common people are no longer willing to accept tho shadow for tho substance. When representative government was founded but little more than a century ago, our forefathers be lieved that they had Indee...

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. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 13 JUNE 8, -.- ; . . .14 THE WAGE EARNER $ o u a o u o "j o o o g o o o o c t o o o y o o . Labor Note. There are 320 union newsboys In To ledo. A labor paper la now published In Japan. The minora' Btrlke In the Wheeling creek dlHtrlet in West Virginia has been declared off. Went Virginia men are making every effort to get as many of their members as possible into the next Legislature. Reports indicate that the printing business is In better condition in Chi cago than it has been for many years. The labor papers over the country are closely watching the scrip and screen cases Instituted by Attorney General Boyle. Many labor organizations have had to take organizers off the road because the people's attention was so fully occupied with the war situation. The Labor World, published In Japan, Bays that wages have advanced in that country nearly 100 per cent, since 1892. No wonder that country is prosperous. The employes of the Singer sewing machine works at South...

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. — 8 June 1898

1895. 13' THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Called Them Boodlers. Governor Morrill Charged His Asso ciate State Officers With Crook edness In Letting; Contracts HIGQINS GIVES INSIDE HISTORY During the Morrill administration George Hlggins was a clerk in the ofllce of Secretary W. C. Edwards. Mr. Hlg gins has been connected with public affairs long enough to be able to keep tab on what is going on with compar ative ease. With reference to the mat ter recently published in this paper rel ative to the letting of contracts during the Morrill administration, he says, in the Washington Watchman, of which he Id now editor: "We can say, however, that whenever a big contract was to be let towards the completion of the State house Billy Sterne was there in the interest of Fel lows & Vansant, and they always got the contract. If their bid was too high all bids would be declared off, and sev eral times they were given contracts without having to bid at all. We will also say that the records of the Exe...

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. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 JUNE 8, New Bm in 1 ') FOR HOME READING IIKtt ANSWKK. i j And you really have made up your mind, Jack, That I whull In time be your wife t ! Why, 'tta two long years nines we parted, I And the yearn wrth cliansufl are rife. j And it worai like a dream, thnt far morning j When I watnhod you In Borrow dopnrt ' . ! And funded perhaps for a moment . j Ton had taken with you my heart. , j Bo a doubt crept In when your lotters , Dropped from thirteen n wwik to two, ', j And I found that my thoughts, to be quito I frank, 1 j Wore not always wholly of you. And then you wrote I should always be truo, Though you hold yourself quite freo, And a pair of gray eves appeared In my dremms i nuora your eyos oi Drown usea to no. And I realty cannot boooroa your wife. I Thin ronwnoe of youn-lt most end, For wlille yon wero mnklug up your mind I I married the ooloiioL your friend I i -AilUo Ronnoy Mnrblo. $ Cheapest Railroad In the World. i Probably the cheapest railroad In th...

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. — 8 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. 15 The Young People. Hjr MAltLK DIUUS. TIIK CHILDKKN'M KINUDOM. I near or wonderful paradise A garden of bloom under luminous aktas, Where Buinmor lasts all the year. I know not whore such a fair land may bo. But a paradlso kingdom Uua clobo to u6 In the hearts of the children dear. It la blwwod and blithe and shining And never knows aught of sin, But except ye become aa the little children Ye cannot enter In. I hear of a country where angola dwell, Where rapturous molodiea cast their spell And gladneHS and peace endure. I know not where such a fair land may be, But a kingdom of angels lies close to me In the hearts of the children pure. It Is bloHsod and blithe and shining And never knows aught of sin, But except ye beoome as the little children Ye cannot enter in. I hear of a heaven of glory, whore No sorrow can enter or pain or care, And life and Its love are complete. I know not where such a fair land may be, But a kingdom of heaven lies close to me ...

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. — 8 June 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUNE 8, 1898. TULLER DISC CULTIVATOR if.. o :7V :'-,'-:-. i Clod Crusher ami Cultivator. FOR LISTED CORN. Newcombination. Nothing equals it for perfect cultivation. Result, greater yield. 15,000 Using Them. No clogging. Discs clear thcm fielvcs. IJoy can do a man's work. Try it and it will make you smile. Ask your dealer for it or write us for circular. Use Kansas Lump Rock Salt For Stock. Purest, Healthiest, Best GROUND ROCK SAL I FOR STOCK. Use Rock Salt for Hides, Pickles, ('eats, Ice Cream, Ice Making, Fertilizing, Lc, &c Mines and Works, Lyons and Kanopolis, Kan. TULLER CULTIVATOR CO, KANSAS CITY, MO. Borrowed Smiles. Always Golnff. Mrs. Prim "John, you used to Hay before we wero married that you could die listening to the Bound of my voice." Mr. Prim "Well, Mary, it begins to look as if I'll have to do it, unless you go first. "Chicago News. Half a Romance. "He proposed to her on a postal card." "How absurd!" "Of course; but what made the post ofl...

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. — 15 June 1898

Devoted to rhe Ber Interests or the Mit the 5hop and the -form Tenth Ypar, No. '24. OrriCIil 8TATK TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 15, 1898. KVKRY WKDNKSWAT. l'KlCK HVK CKNT8. Invasion of I Cuba Begins. American Army Embarks for 5antlago and the Conquest of the Island Will Soon Begin. WARSHIPS GUARD TRANSPORTS Washington, June 12. Under com mand of Major General Shatter, the First division of the United States army sailed to-night from Key West for San tiago de Cuba to besiege and capture that town. The army transports, thirty in number, left Port Tampa yesterday and stopped at Key West. The convoy ing warships, numbering between six teen and nineteen, were ready when the transports arrived at Key West, and with this powerful force there is no longer any reason for apprehension that the transports can be attacked success fully by any Spanish warships, even if some Ehould have escaped the vigilant search of the naval commanders at Key West and off Havana. It is believed here that the sally out ...

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. — 15 June 1898

2 JUNE 15, TIIE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. OEUTl THEY WERE WITH DEWEY AT MANILA. Offioers and men of" the victorious Asiatic squadron will always take pride in the fact that they were with Dewey at Manila. Here are the portraits of some of the gallant fellows who helped their brare commander win victory at the Philippines. Leland Controls the Convention. The Same Old Q&ag Run the Repub lican State Convention In the Same Old Way. NO OLD SOLDIER IS NAMED. The Republican State convention met ut Hutchinson last Wednesday. It was apparently the scene of a hard fight against the bosses, but the result was as usual. Leland said in advance that Stanley was his second choice. The opinion seems to prevail that he was really for him from the beginning, but his first choice declaration for Hood was made to pay off an old obligation to that gentleman and possibly to throw his enemies off the track as to his real pur pose of nominating Stanley. At any rate Stanley's victory was won with the aid of Le...

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. — 15 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS! 1893. 3 Peffer for Governor. The Prohibition State convention at Umporla last Wednesday nominated ex Senator W. A. Peffor for Governor. The platform declares for prohibition, law enforcement and woman suffrage. The war with Spain is also indorsed. The other candidates are: Lieutenant Gov ernor, It. T. Black, Lyon county; Secre tary of State, J. 13. Garten, Neosho county; Treasurer, J. Biddison, Lyon county; Superintendent, Mrs. It. N. Buckner, Brown county; Auditor, H. H. Hurley, Geary county; Congressnian-at-large, M. Williams, Leavenworth county. In an interview, Mr. Peffer said: "The platform adopted ' meets my views in all its declarations, and at the proper time I will formally accept the nomination that has been tendered me. "I knew that my name would be pre sented to the convention, for Samuel M. Dickie, of Michigan, had assured me of the fact at the conclusion of a con ference in which I had told him that I was willing to make the race providing the pl...

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. — 15 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. CONCERNING KANSAS - "'IMiimiiiirtii BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVENTIONS. POPULIST.. ConKreiwlonal-Heoond district, Olitbe, June II UKPUBMCAN. Judicial-Twenty second dint., Iltawstba, July 14 DEMOCRAT. ConKreloiiul Third district, Cbanute, . Judlolal-Twenty-tlilrd dlntrlct, WaKeeny, June 22 Ellis county wants Beveral hundred farm hands. Kansas day at the Omaha exposition will be Juno 22. The State university turned out 190 graduates last week. The city council of Arkansas City is trying to buy the waterworks plant. Montgomery Populists favor the re nomination of the whole State ticket. Bourbon county Democrats Indorsed Leedy's administration and favored fusion. Dave Leahy says the winning State ticket will bo' nominated at Atchison this week. The Democrat State convention at Atchison will meet In John Seaton'a op era house. p. W. Giles, one of the founders of Topeka, died at his home In that city last Friday. Ex-Railroad Commissioner Joe Lowe is opposed to the renomin...

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. — 15 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. 5 be made up of politicians who will ar range things with a view to securing votes and electing officers at the expense -of principle. The Commoner is not dis posed to object to the exercise of polit ical discretion but it docs protest against sacrifice of principle and honor for the sake of the welfare of a few politicians. Two Ottawa county men wanted to run for road overseer. They were good frknds, but each believed that the wel fare of the traveling public depended on his election. A conference failed to bring about'a compromise. One mani fested a disposition to be modest and not vote for himself. A proposition to vote for each other was accepted by the other. At the election the voters took little interest in the matter, and when the votes were counted it was found that one had two votes and the other none. The Hutchinson band, which was the Second regiment (militia) band, had a meeting one night while the first three regiments of Kansas volunteers ...

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. — 15 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 0 JUNE 15. IP radical Farm Notes From Actual Experience. if " Agriculture is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." Georne Wiushliiftton, Old Hens. Old hens may bo good scratohers, but they are not profitable an layers. The first year of a hen's life la her best year for the production of eggs. The sec ond year she makes a good mother and should be allowed to raise a brood of chickens. She will then bo past two years old and that fall she should be fattened and sent to market. If allowed to pass over another winter she will not amount to much as a layer and will be too old and tough to sell to any advan tage In the market. There may be ex ceptions to this rule where three-year-old hens are yet good layers, but aa a general rule the most profitable way to handle fowls la to dispose of the hens before they pass their third winter. Killing Weeds. In the field, constant cultivation and the destruction of weeds before the sea son of goi...

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. — 15 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 7 PROMISINQ PROSPECT. Better Outlook (or Kansas Winter Wheat Than Over Before. A summary of reports from nearly every township In the State to the Kan Baa Board of Agriculture has been given out, showing conditions of the various growing crops on May 31. It says: WINTEIt WHEAT. Excessively and almost uninterrupted wet, cool weather for several weeks has caused the winter wheat prospect to b probably the most promising in the State s history at this time of year. Its stand and growth are not only very ex cellent, but the entire absence thus far of injury by Insects is equally notice able. From scattered localities presence of a few last year's chinch bugs is men tioned, but in no instance are they alluded to as doing, or likely to do, business. A little rust is alluded to by a correspondent here and there, but ap parently more with a view to relieving his report of monotony than to suggest harm or fear. The general average of condition for the State is 10...

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. — 15 June 1898

8 JUNE 15, THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. THE ADVOCATE for' AMh MQAC shop AINU INCW TIIE'JMWE MDfAMl OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE ' OF KANSAS. Pafc!!jht4 Every Wednesday, at Topekt, Kuui. QUO. B. HARRISON & CO., Edxtohh and Pbophiktors. Sntowrlptlon RUdi-Ori eopy Vear 'f mail, $1. In cluim of ten or more, by mail, one yem, 75 cent each. Th (UlvntMno raU of The Advocate and Newt are low. Entimnte will be maiie and price w niAlwl on (MulUatlon. No trim cluirye for cut, ete. The puhtlither reserve the right to reject any objectlonalile ailvertixlng. The reader of thU tntper twin cowider any advertUemcnl which ay- I. earn herein a representing a firm wlumt relialill' ly ran be vouched for by tlie pulllher. Th Advocate won etablUhed in 1HK. and iron tunuuilUUUed with The Kama New in im. The Advocate and New U the nffleUtl State pttptr, and 'mm a larger circulation than any other Kaiua weekly which receives alvrrtUsement. For information regarding subscription and advertising rate, address OKi...

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. — 15 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEVS. 1898. Pay for Work Not Done. The State Pays Its Honey to Con tractors, But Gets Nothing in Return (or It. THE RECORD DISCREDITABLE. The flrHt big State house contract let by the Morrill Executive Council went to Fellows & Vansant. It was for $23, 900. und It was the same contract In tho letting of which the plastering Arm of llallahan & Kelly figured. At tho first opening of bids Henry Bennett's bid for carpenter work, taken with that of llallahan & Kelly for plastering, would have been the lowest complete bid. It will bo remembered by readers of the Advocate and News that Mr. Kelly swore that his plastering bid was withdrawn as a result of a deal made with representatives of Fellows & Van sant, who promised to and did give them $1,500 more for doing this work than their original bid amounted to. Of course some means must in turn be pro vided by Fellows & Vansant to even up for their liberality to llallahan & Kelly. The history of the c...

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. — 15 June 1898

THE 'ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 JUNK 15. PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT Horton Cororaerclal: A 11rin man nrhrt O WPH KANSAS. everybody in town, and never pretenda to pay an obligation, nays he Is glad that the United States will not sacrifice her national honor. Wichita Beacon (Dem.): The funni est thing In politics Is the Topoka Capi tal's support of John Seaton's candidacy on the ground that he voted for the text book law. Wichita Deacon (Dera.): About all the IntereHt felt In the approaching Re publican State convention at Hutchin son Is to see how slick the resolutions will straddle prohibition. Kansas City Star: The appearance yesterday of Gen. J. K. Hudson and Governor Leedy on the same platform at Topeka will serve notice on Spain that she will have to face a united Kan sas. Clay Center Times (Rep.): There never was more than a shadow of rea sonable excuse for the existence of the Republican State League and In seeking the substance the shadow fled and now It Is dead, dead, dead. Kansas Cit...

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. — 15 June 1898

1898. 11, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Kansas Notes. There are but twenty-six men now stationed at Fort Leavenworth. The evidence tends to show that Abe Ellis Is becoming a back number. Thirty-seven papers have been started in Independence since that town began business. Chairman Taylor Riddle thinks that Governor Leedy will be renominated by acclamation. Senator Titus Is chairman of the Pop ulist Judicial committee In Judge Mc Kay's district. Reports indicate that exceptionally harmonious Populist conventions are being held this year. Forty of eighty-three men in the Abi lene company of volunteers belong to the Christian Endeavor Society. A pretty sensible thing for a public officer to do, when his salary is not large enough to suit him, is to resign. Grocery peddlers are at large In Har vey county. Farmers' wives should open fire whenever one appears on the premises. . The .Wichita Beacon thinks that there is no doubt but that Gen. J. K. Hudson will get his name into the future herd boo...

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. — 15 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. la JUNE 15, tUf-rrT " ' 1 11 i I THE WAGE EARNER 1 ;ci - i' a 'fo 'i o ? o o o o o o w " 0 f? - tf " " Labor Notes. The Wisconsin Federation ot Labor favors direct legislation. The bookbinders are designing a union label for their product. A strike Involving GOO miners Is on at tho Mountain Iron mines at Redding, Cal. 1 President Gompers Is at OHhkosh mak jlng an Investigation of tho wood ! workers' strike. 1 Clgarmakers have expended nearly a 1 million dollars in out-of-work benefits 5 during the past five years. I The municipal printing plant owned lfby the city of Bowton made a profit of 113,350 In the first six months of Its ex j j Istence. f The Indiana State Federation of La i bor has taken up the work of organizing 1 i the workers In the tin plate factories of Uhat State. l Ex-President Garland, of Pennsyl vania Federation of Labor, has orga- j nlzed a regiment of volunteers which Is j likely to be accepted. i J The Alabama miners, who have been i an in...

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