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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

13 i;u crnciAi c:zroTc?.Y. I f LOIfAt ?XZ.ZZI AI JJANC3E AK1 " " iJIDUmClAt UNION. Present I I Polk, Washington, D. C. Vk-lkmMout....It.H.Ctovorl(,'Umtrlt:n, Kan. Bocrrtary J. J I. Turner, VVanhitHcton, 1. O. treasurer IL VV. Hickman, luilco, Mo. ecUrer.... JVo. Terrell, Washington. l. 0. A'xxtfu''i tWwtf Threa yrars It. A. ratty, Kjwoq. iZlx. Two tearv-IaiiM MrCrvkeu, Art. . i)n twir Evan Jontn, Dublin, Tti, mawOinmciy.-;. w. MeCuns wuv tnma. K). a j Alonio Wardall, Huron, ikitb La koU; J, Jf. Illtaun, l'ahnnlto, Teun. XA1UAJ FAIUfETW ALLIANCX AND ITSDISTUIAL UNION. hiMnt.'...' B. H. Clover. Cambrhtrcs, Kan. Vlcn-l'reKldent W. II. JJUlJlfl, AiikuhU, Kan. Hmefary J. B. French, Hutchinson, Kan. Treasurer II. Baurhman. Hurrton, Kan. Chaplain J. P. West, mtrrnon, Kan. lecturer A. K, Dickinson, llerlden, Kan. jtu t Lecturor....Van U. Prather, Neutral, Kan. Doorkeeper J. E. Williams, Ucntlev, Kan. Asst Doork.eMr...A. W. Taylor, Newton, Kan. Merglat-Arms I K. lloyt, Dexter, Kan. LnvOiiesa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

14 FJE333 ABVOOAT3. ilrcvbll on him to piant unh alliances tho llfht to talio In Biich pernonn. Hullr. No. The. constitution rioen not jrivo UiJ Preni.lent that power. IVr.'jntiH livlnp hi Incorporated oitleHaro not cllglhlo mulct out Btato coniitltutlmi. Persons cneed In wholenalo or retail bushier whrthrr It Is millinpr, buying and Bftllin pr&ii, stock or merchandising rim not Ilf.,;ibl. No alien la olltflbloto memherahlp In the ParmeiV Alliance and Industrial Union. HuuiHintlo.il or x polled membera aro cot entitled to any benefltrf froei tho alll anc while euHpeuded or expelled. A member iour month In arrears on account of dues, BtandusuHpeuded, wheth er ho IriU tho pans or not and U debarred from any benefits of the alliance. No queutlon will Iw) coruildored by the judiciary committeo unlcun II rat Hiibmittcd to the tub alliance for consideration and luuut be elgucd by the proaldeut aud sec retary, No railroad employee In eligible to imiitbp.rshlp under the constitution of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

THE JlD'V'OOJi.'rZL 15 on Aim i nil! III! HIIU LUrtll 0 Loan i money Id hh'iiiIh'i s at ;i' , er rent. Adill'e.SS a. oai.itzin. 1 Int 1 m i i.i, Kau," oMiEGRHPHYo . I , Our Institute Is Ui most complete and t ' i t"aoniinli,.ni Only Practical Opio t li t)i World. Wnui lor imiIi;. ' i -Ura -V guarantee pouljoos. Li,'- innirtn niiTniin- nrii UniMuo wani iuuiiu i.icu W. J. RC33,Supt, Knox ldg., Topki, Ka 3PEGIAL NOTICE TO SECRETARIES OF ALLIANCES -Tin: M:imifacturornif llliink Hooka and Ollici' Stationery. Alliance Job Printing a Specialty, NO. 831 KAN. AVE., TOPEKA. KAN. ('orn-Hpondeiu'e Solicited. KSTI M ATKH J 'l J UN1S 1 1 M I . iliffllfs MOOTS, or i n a X TOPEKA . Kr' Helical ani Surgical INSTITUTE, Malta a specialty of all Chronic and 8ure1cal Dh eases, we have practiced medicine and surgory here for Ofteon years, and during that lima have tre.ntnJ successfully hundreds of chronic eases whlcJa had retdstod tho (kill of local pliyilctans. v;e cur.E all Forn of chmjnio CISZASES. "n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

10 mmm f mmm AL'AuUUl Ulvl Ui Thk Bftircwitilo I!tUblifi5incnt known us Till! GltAND, at Hutch inson, in unq;icition&hIy tlio rq rwicatativo Model Ktoro in thin vi'f;bm country. Located on Skin Street, in a fine throo fitory building 50x130 ami fittod up with ftll modern contriirancen, it at tends ita patrons tho jlcrjsuro of transacting buainonH with the boit of ligLt End in a room BuHkicatly largo to accommodate hundtnli of pooplo without inconveniently crowding n.id joHtlinj ita cutomera. To become butter acquainted vith the general keepings of this store k of mora than ordinary intercut to the members of the F. A. & I. U. of Itono county ia particular and the ad joining counties in general, uinco it was tho proprietors of this es tablishment Meters. Kronen, Hara uels & Wiener who, joining forces with tho Alliance, have mado this "The Farmeks' Alliance Store" of Heno County. This wtoro is under tho manage ment of .T. T). Winner, one of Hi judges .','. I curnpt'ttv,; f...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

J77 y7 n e.-M (J S fitW HI . Iff I H 7 i S i Mi UU J !. N f ' A 7,-1 A X it.' ... , r j-t f (f r. .r.. - f"r-r- - r,r Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kit fed Organizations. VOL. I. NO. 17. TOl'EKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1U90. 10 PAGES. DECLINE OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. Homo or" the Results of Coiitrai'tloii-Jtank-rnptcy anil General UiisJiieHs Dcpros-klon-Tlie Shrewd Hebeine of the Conspirators Works Mho a Charni-Kxtrafts From a Speech of Thomas Fitch-Professor Mcl'ullocu In Knejrlopirdia l!rl-tnnlra. HY W. B. MOHOAN. HQ, VII. Contraction having boon authorized by tho act of April lli, tho work of de struction was at onro begun. The circu lating medium was rapidly exchanged for Interest bearing bonds. Tho green backs thus "redeemed" wero destroyed. Tho following table will f how the rapid ity with which tho circulating medium was thus retired: ivr Year, t'lrculatlan. i'onWn.frm, Co vita. m . . . ji.wwKV-'iu .... :ir,HMi,wi .... ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

2 TAItlFF TALK. Protection mid Ov ' -."Wuctloii. In my three precedl;-.;.; .rUclea I have endeavored to bIiow thai the protective tariff Is at most simply u. xiXHlint to reduce or mi tt area of :iqetU' ", and to palliate, to boiuo exL t, tho t ' results of what id commonly 1 'it falla ciously called oar jToiluctitm. r to express the Idea in feather way, protiMj tivo tariff In to pre vet t the com; - till on of foreign goods in u market c 'ready glutted with domestic goods. Hut there Is no such tiling as actual over produc tion, nor cm there be, r : Infj a n t!n human bdr.g ia Ui Ua.iul BUte l. hun gry, naked and homeless. Listen to Henry (Joorge, in "Social l'robloms" he says: What, when we. coino to think of It, ran be inure preposterous than to Heak In any r'mt:i1 sense of over production? Over production of wealth, when there Ih everywhere, u struiwlo for nioro wealth; when no ninny must Htlnt ami strain and contrive to K't a llviu : when there Is poverty ami net ual want unions ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

TZ-iri ABVOOATE. 3 "a FkAtn ox Tin: niiuc." The Partnership of Tim Covernmenl Willi Wall Street. From Tin' National Fcoiiomlst. During Senator Teller's hihhh Ii on the silver Mil he was Interrupted ly Senator Mcpherson, who miid: Tlif Senator Ik probably aware of the fact tJiut In tin pjist two years 11 ha liccn necessary for the treasury department to make largo loan of gold In tin- y of New Vol k, for the urHs; f maintaining It-t obligations, which tin' treasury it p ailment received to lif payable In gold'.' At one time mi less than $lo,ooii,ot(i) was borrowed ly llif treasury department from tho New Vork hankers. Therefore w have been pretty near the (stint w hen wc should tin vo been obliged to l:iy koiiii' of the obligations of the government In silver. After making a thorough search through the reports of the treasury tlo partment, in which no mention could bo found of a single loan spoken of ly Mr. Mcl'hernon, a letter of Inquiry wan Bent to the secretary of tho treasury In ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

4 TX-2X3 -aX)VOOTJ3. ttavt. 7 OkKICIAI, TaIKB OK TIIK KANUAH STATIC TAKMKIM'AlXIAMCKANUlNUUHTItlALUMON. rubll tlH'il ICvery WcdmwUy by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. S. Mi'Lalmm, FrMent, h)1h J. 1'. I.IMKIUIKNKK, ItUM. M.llWr, ., . , W. T. Jtitoww, 8'!'y TrcHniinT, ) 1 r(,l'r1' l"ls H MLAi.MSr mum Mkh. Annik L 1ium J - Oiu Cy One Year " Twrlvti copies ono yt'iir tio.no C'lulu of Twenty coulo.i or over 1.80 tu. AlwtlHin$ llatc. Display M.ittor, 10 cunt ir lino, Agiito iiicas IHCIIlI'Mt (11 linen to tilt! Inch) Jti';nlln Notlwn, W c.miU imr lino. Addrt'M.i nil cominunlciitloiiM to the ADVOCATE PUCLISHINQ CO. Topeka Kannai. TOl'KKA, KAN8AH, JULYJ 188'.). (Eiitornl an flocoiiJ :lann matter iu the 1'unt OOlco at TojKikA, Harmon.) Kri:ciAi4CLuniiisr. Thk Advocate A National Economic. .$1.75 " (Iliicno KxpntHH. , 1.75 " " Dexter Free 1'rtwn 1.75 " 1 Nonconforniirtt 1.75 " Kannaa Commoner.... 1.75 " KanHiis Farmer 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 Ah wo hnvo already, on two occa sions, proven by competent ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

5 known as tho Citizens' Allianee. Tho first organization of thin alliance was eflWtod at Olatho, in .Johnson county, just alout tho time of tho mooting of the Topeka conference. It is an or ganization of morcliants, business men and residents of cities who aro not eligible to membership in tho al liance under the lawn of tho order, yet who aro in sympathy with its ob jects and puqoses and with t ho prin ciples of tlio St. Louis demands. It has long boon known that a largo clasH of these people were in sym pathy with this movement That such should lo tho caHo is perfectly natural and reasonable. If all classes could bo made to realize tho condi tions as they act ually exist they would not fail to hoo that their interests aro identical. Thero is no conllict if tho situation is understood. Tho policy that haH brought tho agricultural classes to tho verge of bankruptcy lias prostrated every industry in tho land, and ruined merchants and busi ness in all parts of tho country by tho fens...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

0 Tins advocate. Tins Dawn is tho namo of a monthly journal of tho society of ChriNtian Hoci'iliaU Ha purposo is to apply tho tone hins and tho principles of Cbri.it to all of our dealing with our fellowmen. It is read with glad ac ceptance, and is without doubt des tined to hoeomo ono of tho most pa tent factors in elevating all our busmoss and social life. It is only HO cents a year; published at .'JO Bromlicld street, Uostori, Massachusetts. J UK WICK OK" K1LVKX A Cupioina correspondent auks if it is truo that tho prico of silver would bo 71) cento on tho dollar if wo had froo coinnfto. It is tho demonetization of silver that has caused its depreciation in ft spcculativo market. Adopt freo com Ago and mako silver a full lofjal tender tho namo as gold, and it would at onco bo removed from a specula tive marked and restored to the H)si tion it occupied before its demone tization in 18711, at which timo it com manded a premium aliovo gold. The Harper .Graphic again takes exception t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

7 newer dispensation has elected represen tatives to tho state legislature in 180 ami in Iftfi.S. In 1873 it managed to return 272 votes for A. J. Mowry for representa tive, ami at that early day the county fur niched n lt of bogus county and district school bonds, the validity of whose county Ixmda was declared In lH'.M) by a decision rendered by David .1. Trewcr, an associate justice of the supreme court of tho United States. Kdwards -This county, organized In 1871, has not Ihm-ii much of a factor In politics, but it now holds tho judge of tho Sixteenth district, S. W. Vandlvert, and hart a candidate by tho name of Lewis Becking a nomination for Congress. Finney-(Jarden City In tho metropolis of thin county, and it has an aspirant for Congrons, lion. C. J. Jones, alias "Tuf falo" Jones, whos ambition will nover wane. FordThis county was organized in 1873, and Dodge City 1b Its objective) point It was formerly democratic in its politics, and it prccnt representative in the legislat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

8 (iOVKFt.VMK.NT JIAILWAYH. Either railways aro privato prop erty of corporations, or they aro not. If thoy aro privato property, then by what ritfht does tho funeral Kovom inent interfere and dictate in tho (Kht iVtfroo rw to their manaoinoil. But if, on tho other hand, tho rail ways aro public highways and ohhou tial ito tho puldio buHinoHH of tho on tiro nation, how entirely inconsistent it irf that thoy nha)l remain in tho hands of privato individual. All this railroad commission business, all this boffging for justice on tho part of an imi)nod-uion iM?plo, is a piece of absurdity. It is undignified and un republican. It la a pleading of tho baby act on tho part of u groat na tion. It in a confession that tho great American government is not compo tent to carry on its public business. In tho country of Victoria, where tho pooplo own and oporato their own railroads, they aro constantly reduc ing tho rates of travel and traffic. Thoro is no friction between people and corporations...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

TI-IX2 JVDVOCJVTJ! ..(0 TIIK APMtKNS To the People of the Cotniulltee A il nt ! at th TojMlii Conference, June 12, 1 ')() The Karmm' ami laborers' I'libm In Conn oil -Felines of th Declaration of Indepen dence of 177H An Address to t h People. Wo, I lie niciiibcrs of tin Farmer' Alliance ami Inilustrtnl I'lilon, the RhlplilH of IjiNtr, tint Trades 1'nloiis, tlio Farmers Mutual Item-tit As smlatlnn, Patrons of luhnuilry, Mnli Tax Ininc ami klmlrcd ornnnlallniiH of tho Male of Kansas. iisM-iiililf.it tv ili-li uatf hi tin- City of To-is-katlils f.th iluy of .Itiii. !, to dclllM-ratc iimii tint anairs of our i-onntry mid advise ptois-r action, (lirlarf as follows: TliataerlKlslsappronchliiK In tlio affairs of our novo riiini-iit that calls for prompt ami imltfil action on tlio part of hir Inii-lllf nt ami patriotic ltlcns, If we arc to maintain our luileHiiitciiec as a people, awl our llln-i tt s ami equality as cltlcns of a great republic. ilio use of strain ami electricity, as applie...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

10 TX-IZO ADVOOATH CORRESPONDENCE. Koituk Advocatk: I want to aak a q'jfytlon and uant It answered through Tuk Advocatk. I? a number does an act unbecoming of any resectable clti n n, aro the members of the alliance un der obligation to uphold such a person? llesoA anHwor in thin week's copy of Tiik AlVO)ATIC. ' Most certainly not. No member of alliance in obligated to suistaln wrong doing.-(Kd.J (Jukat Hicnd, Kan., July 7. Kditoh Advooatk:I must write you a word of encouragement in regard to the grout ond glorious work you aro doing. We have throe or four Advocatks In cur sub alliance and I would to (lod there wore forty-four, for I toll you it is tilling on the minds wherever it goes. As soon M there Ih a little money atloatl am going to boo how many subscribers I can get. I have voted for the old whig f txty and the republican party, and now If spared to vote again, (Jod helping me, I Khali vote for wife nnd babies (or self interests). I get my paper regular. Now Ibid you (Jod sp...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

'I txct advooat; II 1 Olatiik, Kan., July 7, IS'.). Kmtok Advocatk : For tin week ending July r, twenty three new Citi zona' Alliances have been organize! with a membership of nearly 8 h members. JSijiwroly yours, D. ('. ZkIU'IIKK, Secretary Citizens' Alliance No. 1. (5.M.im'iu;, Kim., July 7, IWh j'iDiioii aovim atk: Allow mo spare in the columns of your valuable paper as well u tho official organ of our Mate or Kanlzation of the Farmers' ami Laborers' Alliance of Kansas, to communicnto few facta concomln tho hint quarterly convention of tho NoohIio county alii nnco, hchl In (lalosburg, .July fith. Ah was anticipated, a largo delegation was present, ami tho meeting, to nay the least, was on of exciting IntercHt. The stalwart republican, tho bourlon demo crat and the union lnborito wero curious ly devising ways nnd means whereby we, an industrial chases, may not only iwsert our rights, but ero long may see the drift of legislation favorable to tho now en waved and depressed Mooring ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

ADVOCATE. bVriciAL directory. NATIONAL lMUMKUN' ALLIANCK A Nil JNIUhTlUlALUNION. TYcoMi-nt I., f.. I'oIX, Washlnuton, !.('. IVt fl1 tit I. II. Clover. Cambria, Kan. yecM.xry J. II. Turner, Wauhtri'.toii, l. C. Treasurer II. W. Hickman. I'mleo, Mo. jy-iiucr Hen Terrell, VVnli1nUm. O.C. Hjcvttrt CotontU -Threw years, K. A. ratty, Jl.uoti, Mini; two years, Itiaae. M-CiiwlU'ii, , Arte.; vnnycir, Kvan Junes, Dutdlo.Tux. tlrtciMrt CummltUt-l'. W, M.Cune. Wash ington, , (!.; Alonzo Wardall, Huron, Mouth DakoU; J. I'. Tillman, Pnlim-tto, Trim. BCANNAN FAICMK1CH' ALLIANCK AND INIUHTUIAL I'NION. frcHltloiii U. If. Clover. Cambridge, Knu. Vice, I'renldent V. II. IHdille, AiiRiinb, Kan. Secretary 1. 1. French, Hutchinson, Kan. Treasurer II. JUiikIuiiuii. I'.urrtoti, Ran. haiIaln J. I'. West, Patterson, Kan. IMlnriT V.. A. Dickinson, Merlrfcn, Kan. Ass't lecturer,... Van II. Frallier, Neutral, Kan. lM)i'ki!i'M'r I. V.. WIllliwiiM, lientley, Kan. Ass't Doorkeeper,,, A. VV. Taylor. Newton, Kan. He...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

13 I IIS ADQU AT2,TICR.a E:OPLE'S PARTY! STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. ' fhlrd Flow Crawford Building. Cor, Fifth and Jackton. Toi'KKA, Kimim:!, July llthjM'.X). To tint meadier (( the diflfareut orgaulaUMtx eniiosiei flu People's rj ut Kansat Stj. f : ' V, yutir btate committee, have nwilo arrangements lt.!ii the pibUihrs V Aovocatk ami tho Kuhiuih Farmer for a subneriptioii price r.f 2 cnt:s U" " U 'tr month to each paper. Thin will enable us to keep before you t,o c:nt nt r;;,'.i paigu work in an ollleial firitit all tho attarka made on oar party ly llitf pirtliu prona will U huh we rod, ami you will le kept thoroughly jMwted on every movement We feel that this in by far tho bout moans to light our battle ami to win our glorious caiiHo. Now, brethren, do not iiiIhh thin chance to furniah your members with a means that will enable them to vote Intelligently. Hond In your subscriptions at once. Ve would Buyout that tho amount neceunary be taken from your gcqeral fund, i . : ' , ' i ! ' ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

THAINrl. Han t'raiiiciMX Kx press. Oklahoma ami Texan Kxprons, Los Angles A Man Dl- jjo KxpretM, Denver & Utah Express Top ka Express, WIST liOUND. Arrive hanta n: UOUTU. . TOPEKA TIME TABLE. in Ooct on and after Juno 1, l'lIK). LoilVfl TOI'KK A lD.l.-yftin 10.15 a in 11. Warn 1,05 pU) 10.10 am 10. 10 a ui ll.: a in VIM p in 7.:) p m KAHT-UOUNI). Atlacilio ICiVwm" l.l6 p m New York ExproHS. . . . 6.05 p m Chicntfo Expnms 3.60 pm KannnsCity Exprun (.irpui 6.10 pm 4.(X)prn 7.10 am Uktween Toi'ksa, Arellanos rr. jomki'B. San Fraaclseo Express A. Tupcka, lO'.iib a n Col. AHanlHtiroKip. " " 11.59 Piii peka,.. 4. 'JO a in u .16 p oi Express Yjoave To Express Koiiietlilnc to lUttneiuber. Keinoinber that the Union Pacific in the only Unit running direct to Kalt Luk City from Kansas, and that it ii the only standard Kautfe line running in there. l!y auy other line you have to make at leant one change, white tlie Union I'acilia runs a through car daily. For Inforstution call on or aiMrewi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

"UlTITISD GTA.TXnrj ( UlLOHiG Aim LOAN SYNDICATE l,uuii money to me inhei s itl ;i' i per i f til. A ill I I f Mt a. :ai.it.in. rimpoil.i, K:ui." Binaiprtiirs At Hi.- A 1 1 JAM K llui hi, No. HiT K. CI ll Ave., TiiMkn, K;i it. Kali-N, I.'..T mc itay. Law, clean ami wi ll ventilated rooms. P. N. CISM, Prop. 7f o MGIPW o , Our Institute Is the most complete and ( tnorop.Kh, and Only Practical Ono I In World. VVrli lor paiucu- tf iaxi. wa guiiritutt position., , ,i ROADS WANT YOUNG MEN ... ,U W.J.KCC3,SpUKMB!dT(kkJ,Ki. ' ,, . ',..' .1.- i " . j 4 i pi ( DBS. KDLVANE, HUM & MULVAHE, OV TUB . TOPEKA racai ana miu t ailSTITUTE,' Make a specialty of all Chronic and 8iirgte.al Dl eases, we linvo practiced medicine and surgery here for fifteen years, and darln that time hare troaUid auccxwully hundred of chronlo easel whkh had renlstoil the skill of local physician x;z cvas all ro?r,t3 cr chhokso I we 1: iri, r t fvnrcn wlilout te 4)"" c M!s tho-1 1, 'n or l''"M"rn ALL It , . ' i I'l'cuL...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 July 1890

JG TX-Tn ADVOOATE. ll lul lilt Tea r Morcnntilo known uh THE (1UANP, nt Hutch inFJOH,1 ,is nnqutmtionsiMjr tho rcp rtwH'btivo Modul Store in thin wcntcni,' country. Iiocatod on MaiASlroot, in a tin tliroo utory building ttOxlIU) and fiitod up with';alL modern contrivance it af fords I ila "patrons tho pleasure of tranj&iilitf bunineKH with tho IxHit of light in to n room Huficiontlj largo to ac'coinnioilato hundred of people without inconveniently crowding and joHtlinpr ill) cutoinerH. To bccoaio bettor acquainted with tho geiUrkl keepings of thia fctoro k of mora than ordinary interest to tho members of tho F. A. k I U. of Keno county in' -,' particular and tho ad joining ccniilio in general, fiinco it was tlia iTropriotors of this m- t&bliHhtnoul ofmrH- Krouch, Ham- uels & WiMlflr--who, joining forces with tho 'Alliance, have made ihla -'The FakmkiV Alijaice Hxoini" of Hono County. j ' This storo ' is under tho manago mont of J. D. Wienor, ono of tho most oiport judges...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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