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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 September 1889

W. J. HILEMAM , Blaeksmithing and Wagonmaking Horsq-Shocing and Repairing in all its Branches I am proparcd to do all sorts of wooden work pertaining to Wagon 'arid .Buggy making and Ropairing as well as Black Smithing. , ... C-iTv PLOW WORK will receive prompt attention Livery, Feed & Sale Stable ! WM- CRULL, MERIDEN", KAN TIIK CJlttAMEKY' rilSTION. homo TVatlimmy haned noi l'xerl- S. C. lSus:;ott, of (JiUxi Nebraska, Lj's a lengthy communication .in the Nrht'itflSi Fanner replete with f;ta- tislicn of the dairy industry in that utato. As tho conditions loih favora ble and unfavorable to this industry nrti practically tin same in Kansas and Nebraska ,wo reproduco ft port ion of his i;rt.iclo and fctatistics for th' bene fit of tlvosowho are now 'considering the project o? establishing this busi ness in our town. With regard to tlio to lit of the business Mr. Boi-sott says: ''l'rolii.in "dairying depends largely upon the cost of production, for only few, comparatively, can sell ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 September 1889

KDXTOAIAL MOTES. Farmers aro holding on to their Vfhe.it to awr.it tho action of tho con vention lit St Louin. There is Tory indication thatthcro will to a largo attendance at the wheat growers convention at St Louk A prize fight is always ft horrible affair after it in fought t boforo the aitl interest ji centered ia which will win, , No arrival of American bankers from "Canada" were registered at the JJankors convention in Kansas City tils week. mmmmmmmmmmmmm The Gowracra of Michigan Dakota, Iowa and Miurouri, kavo appointed delegates to tho wheat growers con vonticn toehold at St Louia Oct rrl - ' Americana vhoso tongues refuse tp clinch ths french accent find it itlcult to pronounco Boulangers name. It will bo moro aimpla here after. "Dennis:' Dr. Brown Soquard rcgarda Ameri can physicians an idiot, and thinks American newspaper don't know how to draw tho lino between vindicative censure and extravagant praise. Androw Drum, absconded from New York a abort tirao ago with about ?5...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 September 1889

MArrnnt.rl pocket Viuvoh ni Mis Okto, ani oxp'HMhed dnn- ukcr ii twUbli.ihud at tho MoLholi.it parsonage I will trf. lo a lin M.isi)fi 3c Hamlin or m for a good riding and driving l;r(. , F. A. Tripp. 1 have some boautiful patterns in Q!ieniwaro to otTor away below their mine. W. ILWood. We are not making much fuss, go ing along iu a qnut way, but getting tLoro jufit th Kama W. A. Gardner. "An Ounooofl'revwitton." Vf hy tako tho chancos of a long spell of fovr and an oxponsite doctor's bill, when a bottlo of Dr. Keller's Mountain Sago Invigorator and a done of Mountain Cage Liver Pills will, if taVnu in time, provont it! Ro momb.r, on ouuco of prevention in your tt-wt) may be worth many pounds of cum For salo by W. 0 Spencer, druggist ' ' Come, fix up your accounts with W. U. Wood -must have tha money, All wool ncnrlot underwear only fiO centi at Kendall'm Worth $1. Molio4 Hooka rmU HupvllM. jx)ok! hooks! booksI, Smith' Bros, havo Jut received n complete lino of school books And neh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 September 1889

nuKvmniiN wit. First clortfyman--JIow lon a vacrv tbn will you tako nbroatl? iWoml clergyman -Ono month. "Ouu month only? Why, I ahull hnvo n vacation of two nonthn." "J'hkt'H ho 5 tut your nalury w t.vico an much n mino you hiov."XoiQfi Ki fling. Jj-jffnio Bill ia flatly aiircd lo cnivso t.ho authorities of Paris irusiMtoil ii'jn vaccinating nil tho morabori of lihWiUnVW. Hhov. Col. Cody ro tfimfo tho inr.ttor m ft vtry ucabby, procwdinfr Kr. Tho fulvtititnnof tho iH'.l.igot: M.Tiitt-If you lavp on, Johnnie, you will noon know an much na your toach cr. Littlo Johnnie Til know us miu;h now if I had tho book beforo mo liko mho ilwa.Ex. M ward -1'oor Jack! SniKl for Eiiropo ft fi'W months a0 in good hoallh, and now Iio'h dying in. Franco of cr."si'j!. A unt Letty (of I Jntlnr county) Just tho way with thorn bright follows. Th.'y j.;o to Turin, got into all sorts of mischief, and dio of Parisis.- Pitts burg UulMin. Antory Judu Iloi'lycccmu'onally repeat vhen tho t-mbjVr.fcof llichiguu ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 October 1889

1 OIL rlJU V UtA I idjo VOL. i. Mli'RIDKN, KAN'., SATURDAY, OCTOBK: 5. 1 NO. $ sri;i;t:n or iio.v. whauton & floforo The Worth Carolina State TAr mors AlliiuiC". Trout t!if I'Cinji'rsslvi' KimniT. Mr Pumjdent: Monopoly in a torn. ' 'Hint niinka ia tho nostrils of freemen, :us well it mny, for tho flrHt intoloratod 'this last rarely long o.mts. If I mny 1)0 pardoned the use of a misapplied expression us first employed, thoro is w "irreconcilable conflict" betwixt freedom and monopoly. When a man is debarred entry in nny honest voca tion, bo it by patent royal or by trust contract, ho censes to bo a freeman, !W ho ho (loos w hen compelled to pur chase of tho pampered monopolist, be it by kindly mandate or tho no loss -imperious law of necessity, brought About by rogues mid schemers under a newly invented device of that infa mous but ingenious class. From immemorial timo "patents royal," by which certain exclusive privileges wow conferred upon tho favored few to despoil tho holplos...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 October 1889

THE ADVOCATE Ml 'U I DEN, - KAN. SiturdA, October 5 -839. TEKMS OF.KUll.SCKjrTIOM Oiw Copy On YMr .... ,1. Klrvrii enpliM oiil year Tumity-thnw " " , ( 'iihIi In Advumv. 81.00 ,?(l,l iJ'JO.OO UAIMtOAl) TMK TADIil'i. SANTA FH (loin;; i::iHt. l'lnnniKcr' Nolo-' MM. A.M. " " " " lot 4;ir. i" m. " rrellit ' " 11x1 a AO. a. m, " " " " KM :;h. i m. Mux West I'assciwr No 1'H II iXl. A.M. " " " " 101 II :. V, M. " " Freluht " IM !l;4.1. A. M. INION FAdl'IC Coiu;( I'ctd. Ar.oiiKHl.lt loa 4:10. A.M. " Vt " r :.". I. M. MHECTOUY. C.'hureli. lTKSJlYTERI AN-Meetliw every alternate Nwiday at II o'cliM'k, u, in, Kkv, IIaii.v, Castor. MUTIIOPIST-Siinday School ewry Sitiulay morula; at to, Freaelilnic every nlliTiiaU Sun day at II ii. in. ami itt 7 :;: p. in. I'rayer meet liiK i v t y Thursday nitfht. IJK.V, Otto. I'lMtor, VNITKH I'.KKTIIHKN -Hiiuiliiy School every Sunday iiioiiiIiik at lo o'clock. It.ui'IiIi; every nrtcninlc Sunday at II a. in. ,' ml 7::n) p. in, I'm; -er iinviliiK every Wednesday ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 October 1889

on tlmt 4,vco not in harmony and en deavor to promote unity oniony our members." Wohuvoour inljy ul aal view ujwii this nubjVt Hlin. True has his. has presented his . nru mout Kinl wo luivtt presented our Let lol)i hides lo considered with (ill cttulor, and without bias. However t'-ie question hhall bo deoidMwohhall Waeefully noijuioa4 Tho time may rot have '50iuo rr the step, wo liuyo irlvoeated. Wo believe it will come in tho near future, mid that t bo. result will justify tho measure. Whatever wo ilo let us remember lliomoiio: ''In things essential unity; in all tiling h::rh," Bro. Bdwin Snyder Neuds' us (ho fol'owitiri'solulion whicli hosnceoed m! in bavin;,' adopted !y tlio board of d iri. dor of (ho Kansas Stato Kx rhano at thoir recent meeting tit l!(HH)ria, with tho Kiiestion: "I thought mnybo you wonM wr.nt it for your paper." Thanks, Bro. Snyder, this wan a happy thought. Wo want alt tho Al li moo news wo run Wo are not publishing a paper for tho exclusive :i;lvocaey of ou...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 October 1889

THE ADVOCATE. F1WIDEN KAN S. McLallin ... Editor. J. P. Limeburner Associate Ed. F, N. Newhouje, Business Manner. OlUtmrH KrmiwnH Mtuto AUIunoo. IW-leiit-H. II- Ci-OVKU Cambridge. Vko-rn-H. W. If. itinni.ic AiitffwU. ' StiCi'ntiiry J. II. Pucncii, llurrton. Trwwury II. IUwiiia " Chajilrln J. 1. Watt I'littermm. Lwtimtr-A, K. Dicki.nhon Mrrltlen. Aitft. IctimT-Vv.U' Thatiikh Ncuturl. J)(Hrki'eM-nrKTiii4) (.'x huan Wlnflcld. An.tt. DoorkiM'iiiir-A. W, Ta v Uit Newton. K('K'Ut uniH-L. K. Hovt JHixti-r. llimhu'nm Mt.( A. 'I'Vl-IMt,. .. .... ..,,l'.iirit(in. Do VdiiJ Want to luvp fully wnivA on Alllunci! ttuttterit? po you wunt tli)AllliiiTtoHm:(:i'olniitl COU trlltlltO U) It H NtlCCCKH'.' Do you want to read iv bold unit It;ftrlt!NH illwuHHlou of your hriiveu-boru I'IkUh uh HlkTHoftlteHoll. lo you want onrouninrint'iit In tho Unlit you nvu iimklmr aKalimt tho oin.'Msir of your rights and iiiIvIIi'ki'n? loyou want ti tnio and Htalwart friend for tho fiitiMe? If you do tako the Advooatk, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 October 1889

Continued from lut jafa of (ho import revenue of tho govorn incut Under onr !Itchiblo revenue kyutom this in Jisjx'jisil.In article of -vcry Jay use m taxed nncltr tlio inrifP H-hodulo from 1 .-10 to 2 cents a pound on tho raw titiroflnr! classifi cations. Thee lire not tho only sorts which yield my revenue to rpouk of. tho rcfiiK'd sugars being virtually ox eluded by our internal Government, in tho intentof a dozen or m) roliu fncH. ' jfii has boon r.sf minted ly com pdent Ktiiticidiis Hint, k-nvirg out tho rxcludul grader, two ci nls i.s nkjut tho tvoregept'd cn imported sugars. Therefore tho numend 2 is onr multi plier in ascertaining what is paid ijito tho Federal Treasury for the fiscal .vt fu ending in lt'LS. According to T;;iKuiy h'uiihtics puUishcd by uu thoriiy vi tho Government, tho cnnu lily inipovt'il was 2.521 ?.) pounds Aceordin.;: tony multiplied ice.. t;ibl taking that r.s a mulrlplieniul, the amount derivable to tho Government mjuIcI bo ?,-;), CJlW.'Jl. In point of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 October 1889

rm: almaxci: and rouxica. TIiur.Tirnr.'f! Mnnv eves nrounonnfl. Xjctvs deport ourselves liko men liko politic irjui, if you plena;) into pomi cianu; that is "with an oyo to tho main chance" in tho promotion of our cause. Will tho inturesta of tho Order ho subserved by forming a joliticiil party? I think not XI w n violation of ono of tho cardinal principles of our Order. Havo wo not resolved "to labor for tho oduentiou of tho agricul tural ekiwies in th Bcionco of econom ical government in n strictly non-par-ti nan spirit?" Havo wo not each of us been assured by tho officer who initi ated us into tho Allinnco that tho du ties of .an allianco man would not con flict with our political or religion views? How many of us as organiz ing offieors havo given tho brethren thin nssuranco. Is not this tho priu ciplo that actuates tho brotherhood in every stato in tho Uuion? Instead of asking, in it not? I will eny emphatic ally it tV Every paper from our na tional organ down, including thoso ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 October 1889

BUSINESS LOCALS. Try Kendall's iuro coffee at 15 tU ' ' Prieiit Pro's, want some ono njul two-yoar-old steers. 1 All wool yum 5 cmin a skein' t.t Kendall's. Warranted pocket knivey, nt W. IL Wood', Calico from UJc Hp to best at Kendall's. All parties indebted to W. II. Wood will ploaso call and sottlo. Miss Otto, nn experienced dress maker is established nt tho Methodist arsonage Women's Dongola all Bolid show 00c nt Kendall's. Como, fix up yonr accounts with W. II. Wood-must have tho money. Ladies: Miss Otto will mako your drosses in the Intent and best style, Flour ftl.OOIVr Cwt. Tho IlolliT Mills will Hell third grade flour r.t $1.00 per cwt. Tho bout 50 cent under shirt for men ever shown in town. A. fc J. W. MOSIEH. I will tra .lo a fine Mason & Hamlin organ for a good riding and driving horse. i P. A. Tn'irr. Ladies see our underwear, beforo buying. Tho best garment forGOconts over shown. A. & J. W. mohiir. ' 1 have some beautiful patterns in Queeuswnro to offer away b...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 October 1889

j!i;:;vrru::UN wit. "i-Jpocvlwlir' yulied tho Wwrem Kji.ih.-n,;' Sipcrintciuit'nttoliiri timt nut, "I r'.'O by thouo ihV.pukhi'H that tho ovc If i flyer No. iKif.now -bound at North 1' orlc." 'Yon was thobri.sk reply, "I've ordered out. tho snow-plows." "Vtry f.;!0tl. Telegraph the crow that as soon as they opeu tho road I want to rurry n train load of Know to South IVs and dump it on tho t rack. Tho rails thoro nro moltiug with heat." tiuperiiiUulont of an electric railway (to npili."..Mitfor it position)-What in jouri.unof Applicant -Wood, mr. 4,Yiu want to ho nppobtpd con duct cr?" "YVs .Mir.M "Can't tako you, hir." "Why not' "i!l.'.;t lie exports say that Wood w a porr conductor." Ex. ('.Il l JllllllT UU ttlO HIlill'jHM'A. ' "Vrli:" queried Ser-t. Wwirldl, an Carl lender entered tho Woodbridtfo utrc t f.tation, tho other 1 ty, with his hat worn jauntily on hinoar. "VUoll, Sergeant, I vhas tfoiritf py und I shust dropped in a littlo timo." "(ih'dto neo you. You haven't been down ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 October 1889

J Hroii? i s XL JLL 1 -a A rw ! 1 I! VOCAT -'' c VOL. MI:RI1)I:N, KAN., SATURDAY, OCrOBER 12, NO. 10 f LACK OF ltfHAIjlM)IVIUAUTV. Mu. Kuitor: It seems that tho day will never arrive when wo fanners will assert our individuality, lmt are lestinHl to go ou in tho wuno old ding1 dong pnili from the cradle to the grave. What has Ixwino of our whilom twisted iudojiendeiico, when it was aid that the sons of tho noil were tho most iud(ieridmt class ou earth? Wf are uow. about the most dep.- ndent clorw that can bo started, mul enjoy lens of tho good things of Huh lift than any other et of ieoplo. Tho most of as go through lifo without making any mark or attract ing any attention oven in tho little world of our circumscribe environ ment; gliding ou in the same old grooves, adhering to the same old no tions which are as uuchangablo as the needle that points to tho jwle. Time with us, imWl, fteoniK to have come to 11 standstill. An original idea, much less ttu original nation, never disturtw...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 October 1889

SHE ADVOCATE. Ml'.UIMOf - KA'- Saturday, Octobft' Cfy. ' - TKKMS K HUHSCltirTHW Oun Copy Oiw Year l Vl.Vli UA I ICS. 'i;we i rophmne year i"." Tweiiy-U.'. " " W it ai i-u aw tui i : xa i cu MANIA, 1'K ColunKast. jriiswuRi-r No 10'-' rM. a.m. " " Kit 4.W. I" M. " i rtiluUt '" UM 9M. A. M. " " M KM 2;:!0. r. M. fining Went Fawner NotttJ ltJC. A.M. " " 0I II .0(1. ff M. FrolKtit " :. A. M. UNION FAeiFlC Ce-'iiB Kent. Aeoniodntlnii H ; 1 0. A.M. West " Tmio. r. m. VUiECTOlir. ( 'IuutIi. , l'JlKSItYTF.Kf AN -Meeting every iilttumatu :i:.iiy Ut It o'tloi k, it, in, Kkv, It VI IV, Flint or, MrrilOlUST-Sunday Hrliw)l evury fcuuday jnonilnifftt 10, ITi'inlilii fvc ry uUonmt Him I;c) ut it a. di. tuiil ut 7 -U) )), in. Frayer meet in;; every Thursday ulj;lit. .Kkv, iinv. Factor, V NIT KM lW;r.Tin:r.N - Sunday Hrlio.il every .Sunday momlm; ut to o'eloek. Fr.-ueliln every uHernale Sunday lit 11 a. M. Mid 7:;K) p. in, Fray 4 r ima'tln every Wednesday nl)il. Kkv. fi.MA v Kii, Fiistor. CATHOLIC-fe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 October 1889

'I'll Ji'tYrv.un Count j Alliance. 'thv regular meeting of tho JctTer Hm County Farmers' Alliance, conven ed nULoconrt house, ut (Mailoosjt, on 'Wednesday Oct.,. 9th nt 10 o'clock a. m. all of tho others m.d over one Lutnlrt'd doli'grttes Ivmg prenvnt. Tlirt nutting was opened in duo form hy the President, J. M. Huhor. After tho reading of the minutes.of tht pre vious mooting and anriwu.iojmeat by Uu Secretary of tlio names of' dele gates, the Alliance jirornlul id the election of County officers for the en suing ear. Tho fudowiug in the lUtof oflieer. IWdent, John F. Will.'M.v, Yico President, W. W.Hudkins; Secretary, O. Cluuvy; Treasurer, M. M. Mi x svell; Chaplain, Ynl Jlnwn; Lecturer, L II. (lent; Assistant Lecturer, John !)'. Puderhaughj DoorKeeper V. H. Kicketf.s; Asst. PocrKeeivr, IM ward Lake; Serg't at Am;s, Jas. Duniguu. ( Kdwin Snyder, Finance Com. J. F. True, (fW.C. Toulon ( s. arcLjiiixi, Judiciary Com. Jlenj. U-mlby, ( Tlio:);us Tnni'-r. Tho Brothers and Sifters .of ( ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 October 1889

THE ADVOCATE. 9. McUlKn, . ltor J. P. LIrooburner Aiiocitte Ed. If. N. Nwhoue, Businen Manager. fj f,mmmnmmmmmmffmtm I""'" im"w""" Ollimtr Knnwa Htnt Alll'meo. rreHldfikt-n. II. Cwivr.ii Cain1rldi'. VI, ii-I'rt'i. W. H. Hiini.K, Audita. Swri'tury-J. 11. Fur sen IJurrtoii. TmiNiiry-H. IHudiiA " Chiilrlft-J. 1 WATT Turn-non, I,.Mlunr-A. ICDickimhox Morldi'ii. ASHt. IxdliriT-VAK ft. I'llATIIKK N.'Utllll. J).jtrtTiM'r-.FKTiiuo(;oiiiuv! Wlnllcld. A But. Poork.-qM-r-A. W. TAYum NVirtoii. rtoBTat urniHL. K. HoYT hU r. IlimSnnui AKt.C. A. TYI.KH Ilurrton. DoYoo? Want to ke'i fully iHtiI on XWhw.n matten? Io yoti want tlm AllliinfotOHiK'CL'fdund eon. tribute to Its W""? Do yon want to mid ft IoW mid ffiirk' dlsmiHuloii of your licuvi'ivlmru rltfhW an tillers of tlx) soil. Do you want eiieounwment In tho fltflit you an milking HRiriimt tlio uMrwwr of your rights fttid prWIU'Ki'n? Do you want u truo and utalvmrt friend for llio muse? Kyou do take tlio Aivhtk, read and lender over lU content an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 October 1889

Vtun the Kami (Vnruimm. Under th nl)OV heading wo lxgnn neveral weeks Ago, by htitinfl that the Alliance mtvit RMniro: 1st A combination of man. 2ml A general agreement regard ing causea :tnl Unity of effort in support of remedim Tho combinat ion of ruen Li formal iumI lieing rapidly enlarged. The investigation which ban lxen n'owly and carefully conducted by the writer. At great length, h.ts been liur riudly vt down in meceeding article imd tho result reached m stated in No VL that present unjust conditions Imvobeen brought alwut by unjust tlMrihuHon of tlx fruit of fnW, ef footed tlirovth tho agency of money Money is made the iwwor lehiiid tlx throne to which nil must submit; and thin power, greater than nuy known foroo in modern society, tsbyourlaw placed within the control of men whoso pecuniary interest is opposed t.) that of the producing classes. It is thus seen that all iower over commercial exchange has practically ben given by our lawmakers into the bands of the great deal...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 October 1889

Iocl.'.vi'.ii-i5H of rrUiofjk: to ituuulv APhI Ujr thf jt.rr.nmtn County Farmcra' AMlLinfo At OtSt lEooffa, Oot Oth, 1 MV 1. That tho public laud, tho hon ied of tho people, le roservod for actual notllorB only, th jt tho, title to all tho public domain now held by Indians bo extinguished im floon m ponnibls anflthnt the name bo opened to actual Bcttlement under tho home stead laws, not another aero to rail roads or speculators, and that nil tho lands now hold for speculative pur poses shall bo taxed nt their full value. 2 That measures bo taken to prevent "aliens from acquiring titlon tov lands in tho United States and Territories of Amoricn, and tfory!0 titles already acquired by aliens, to bo relinquished to tho National government by pur cluwejand rtnia said right of omiuent domain for'tno use of actual pettier a and citizens of tho United States, and that tho law bi rigodly enforced n gaiimt all railroad corporations which havo not complied with tho, terms of their contract by ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 October 1889

BUSINESS iMCtJfX Rico 5 cents fit Kendall's. See tho Lest oil grain shoo for $l.C0 1 at Mosiers' Children's 1il. til graimhoeu 51. nt. Kendall's. Tula ii look nt W. H. WoWl's cheap heating stoves. Homon's Dongola nil -fc'lid .hoos Wc nt Kendall's. Priest Rro';;. v.'iu t '?ts .Tie c io -rind two-yoarold steer. Jl.no buys u gcod lovo, grain shoo for Ladies r.t M'sioYs' Don't forget to gotW. . Wotd's : prices on healing stoves. See our 10a CWmi Fhruwl A. & J. W. Mo n:,K. Come, fix up yrur ncrMMits 1' ith W. II. Wood must hnvb the money. X. T. C,tob:iec2S cents per lb. nt ' " ' W. Alit lieu. U omen's gmni'iJKWs $1.25 nt KondaH'a. Now good f h ivitwr every day nt A.Ar. J. W. Moan's Ladies: Miss Ottnvill inulto your vlrossoH in the latest imd bctft ityle. Calico from BJcup to bent nt Kendalls Tobuveen! Tofroeeo! Only 28 cents for-n pound of X. T. C iut A. J. VV. Momer. All woolyn rn 5 emits A skein nt Kendall's. Warranted .pAclcct 'u r.'ivi at W.ll Wood's. Remember wo will not bo unde...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 October 1889

;ji:i:vnn::nN wit. Onn day when they wcro critisiminpf Dr. '; 'H, (leneral Sheridan camo to the Do .f or' defense. "Dr. Bliw wan a tfood phyr.i iun." n:i;d (Jenernl Sheridan, 'iio wived my life once." 4ifowT How did Dr. DIi.su nave your life!" asked Dr. Hammond. "Well," Haiti Sheridan, UI wan very wick in the hospital after tlio battle of Winchester. Ono day they Meut for Dr. Agnevr of Philadelphia, and ho jjave mo Homo medicine, but I kept fto'tintf worno. Then they Kent for Dr. Frank Hamilton itml ho garo rae nome moro medicine but I prow worse and worse. Then they Kent for Dr. Bliss, and ''And you niill prow wonwf "No, Dr. Bliss didn't cumoj.fwfw my life r Eli Pvrkinn, ''Wit mid Humor. At the battle of Bull run, Governor Ahrer mot n brimthleim Holdicr fWimr wi'.h tho rent of tho nnny toward Washington. Tho noldier had u wound on hi face. "Thtt'8 a bad wound, my man," naid tlni Governor, as tho Holdior halt ed. "Whore did vou pet it J" "Got it in tho if till run tight yen terday."...

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