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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 July 1898

13 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Expenses of State Institutions. The State Board of Charities has filed the following reports of expenses of State institutions: Osawatomie Insane asylum: Mainte nance and repairs, $5,162.21; salaries, $3,763.25; total, $8,925.46. State industrial school for girls: Care and maintenance, $453.80; salaries, $427.03; total, $880.83. Blind asylum: Care and maintenance, $739.03; salaries, $646.18; total, $1,385.21. Institute for deaf and dumb: Care and maintenance, $517.19; illustrating appa ratus, $111.50; care indigent pupils, $23.87; library, $14.40; waterworks, $2,025.20; industrial kitchen, $50.70; boiler repairs, $1,082.51; salaries, $812; total, $4,668.16. Soldiers' orphans' home: Care and maintenance, $936.48; salaries, $648.71; total, $1,585.19. Santiago Revenues Will Be Ours. Washington, July 18. The United States will take immediate steps to col lect the customs revenues at Santiago as a war contribution and it is not im probable that a governmen...

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. — 20 July 1898

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JULY 20. A Suffering Soldi READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. - TUX HPARTAN MOTHER. "foan, mamma, peaio, Mas me dood night I" My bin eyed love, with nanny curls, Blood pleading, 'tween ber sobs and tours. I aaid, "I can't klaa naughty girls." Z led her to her mowy cot. "Peam, mamma, peaiel" the aobbed again. "I won't be naughty any morel" I left ber, all her pleadings vain. X bad boon reared In Spartan aohool And deemed It duty to control With rigid rale nor never knew That Tot with love oould away the souL I heard her sob. My mother heart With yearning filled to aoothe and cheer, Yet I refrained, and In her sleep ilj baby atlll lay sobbing there. Twas midnight when I felt a touch. fever'd hind lay on my brow. My white robed baby pleaded atlll : "Pease, mamma, peaeel I can't aloep now!" All through that agonising night Delirious ihe moaned in pain. The little brolion heart still plead For kliMeu that I gave in vain. At dawn the angola hovered near....

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. — 20 July 1898

16 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Published July 20, 1898. Appellate Court Syllabi, Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Central Division. IT No. m John W. Edmlnson. plaintiff In error, vs. The City of Abilene, defendant In error,. Error from DlcklnHon County District Court. Syllabus. AFFIRMED, Mahan, P. J. The authority conferred by statute upon cities of the second class to Issue funding bonds must be exercised by the enactment of an ordinance under the forms required by the statute incorporating such cities, and cannot be exercised by resolution. Hence, a resolution passed by the council of the defendant city did not authorize the Mayor and Clerk to Issue the bonds sued upon herein, and the same are in valid In the hands of an innocent pur chaser, Buch bonds having been issued to fund no lawful debt existing against the city and being without consideration. McElroy, J., concurring. Wells, J., dissenting. A true copy. Attest: W. II. GATES. Seal. Clerk. Kansas Court of Appe...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 JULY 20, 1893. Borrowtd SmJIcs. 'Knitter Wllhelm," remarked IUvers, "'set-ma to 1)0 llHhini? for trouble," "You refer, of course," said Hrookn. "to his carping about our war." Chicago Tribune. Short YounK Doctor "Did you diagnose his case us appendicitis, or merely the cramps?" Old Doctor "OrampH, He didn't have money enough for appendlcltlH.' Life. .Business Man "When they nay 'money Is eusy,' It means Hlmply that the supply Is greater than the demand." His Wife "GoodneHM! I shouldn't think such a thing poBHlble." Puck. I'laylng the Game "It strikes me that Spain Is having a good many passed balls In this game." said A. Rooter. "Also a few home runs,' added Hill Bleucher.-I'hlla-tlelphlu American. Terms Honda "Don't you realize that marriage broadens a man?" Benedict "Oh, yes; 1 suppose that It can bo put that way, but 'llattens' la the word I've always used." Boston Traveler. To Meet Requirements He "A man out West has patented a new style of whist counte...

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. — 27 July 1898

"Devoted to me Bar interests or rite Home. Hie 5WM the farm Tenth Year, No. 30. OFFICIAL 8TATIB 1'APKK. Ml YEAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JULY 27, 1898. EVERY WEDNESDAY. 1'lUCti ft'IVK CEMT8. Kansans Go to Porto Rico. fine Twenty -first Is In Gen. Brooke's Army Corps, Which Has Been Ordered to the Front. SOLDIER BOYS ARE ELATED. Camp Thomas, Chlckamauga, July 24. General Brooke and staff left this afternoon on a special train for Newport News, whence they go to Porto Rico. The departure of General Brooke leaves Major General Wade In command of Camp Thomas. At an early hour to-day the reserve hospital corps, reserve ambulance corps, the signal corps, troop H of the Sixth United State cavalry and Company F, Eighth United States infantry, left on special trains for Newport News. The several commands marched five miles to Rossville, where they were loaded on special trains. To-morrow morning four light batteries of artillery, A of Illinois, B of Pennsylvania, A of Missouri and the Twenty-seventh...

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. — 27 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 2 JULY 27, J m If f;rmm GENERAL ELWELL S. OTIS. Major General Elwell S. Otis, who has been selected as second In command of onr forces in the Philippine Islands, has an admirable record as a soldier. Ho has been in the senrice of the United Statos for .) yours. He was bora in Maryland and btitfiin bis military career in 18G2. General Otis is subject to retirement in 1002. Cubans Now Hake Trouble. Insurgent Are Proving to Be a Dis appointment, and Friction With Our Army I Feared. LOOTING OF TOWNS STOPPED. Santiago, July 18. A fact which is im pressed more and more every day upon the American officers and men is the Increasing strained relations between the Americans and Genera Garcla's Cu ban soldiers. Indeed, the situation has now reached a point where there Is practically no communication between the armies, and their relations border on those of hostile nations, rather than those which should exist between allies. After General Shatter announced hla decision...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 3 TARGET PRACTICE AT NIOIIT. Night practice with rapid fire guns la ft not nnuaaal occurrence with oar float. The illustration shows the Marblehead firing; at ft target which is brought plainly to view by one of her powerful searchlights. Sampson Gets Imperative Orders. Washington, July 21 President Mc Kinley is thoroughly aroused over the delay which has occurred in the start ing of General Miles and the expedition under his command for Porto Rico. For several days General Miles and his troope have been aboard their trans ports at Playa del Este awaiting the naval convoy which is to be furnished by Admiral Sampson. The troops have been sweltering in the crowded ships under the broiling heat of a tropical sun, while General Miles has been chaf ing under what he believes to be inex cusable delay and is bombarding the War department with dispatches urging in the strongest terms that the navy be hurried in its preparations for the expedition. Instructions o...

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. — 27 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 JULY 27, CONCERNING KANSAS i " UHl ..(( I,.. JV ""' BY J. W. MQRPHY. Probate Judge Jenkins, of Coffey coun ty, is (lend. Senator Harris' son Is In Joe Hud son's brigade. Ex-Governor Morrill is planning a trip to Hawaii. The Sallna Sun (Rep.) is not support ing Calderhead. Barton county wa3 named for Clara Barton, the Red CVoks leader. Abllene's Issue of refunding bonds has been bought by home parties. The wheat crop of the State Is now estimated at 00,000,000 bushels. The Topeka Capital has taken the city printing away from the Journal. The Russian thistle editor of short grass papers Is taking a vacation. Cy Leland is heartily in favor of a straight Democrat State ticket this year. Fort Scott has passed an ordinance placing a heavy tax on stamp concerns. Judge Foster has gone to a summer resort In Michigan to spend the sum mer. The Democrat convention In the Fifth district will be held at Clay Center Sep tember 1. Associate Justice W. A. Johnston rode from ...

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. — 27 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 189S. S tors complimentary tickets. We are glad to note that they can't do It. The expo sition should pay for advertising and the editors should pay for tickets. That's the only way to do business. Following the example of the Repub llcan State convention, Cowley county Republicans turned down every old sol dier whose name was mentioned. There was a time when the old soldier was glv en respectful consideration in a Repub lican convention. There are not so many of them now. Dickinson county Populists have nom inated the following ticket Representa tive, John Heller; County Attorney, R. II. Kane; Superintendent, L. G. Hum barger; Probate Judge, I). F. Erwin; Dirtrict Clerk, O. L. Bates. The nomi nations were made by the Crawford county system. In many Kansas counties Populist as pirants for nominations are publicly an nouncing their willingness to serve the people. Many voters oppose this Idea, but why should the people not have a lit tle time and opportunity to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 July 1898

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JULY 27, 1 Practical Farm Notes 1 I . From Actual Experience. &S Agricultura Is tho Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Nobis Employment of Man." !? OeorRe Washington. Summer Plowing. Tho practice of plowing In the early fall just before the time to how the fall graiiiH iu a wrong one. Early plowing Is to bo preferred, beginning as soon as the crop has been removed from the Hold. By this plan tho weeds that have started after cutting nmall grains are turned under and kept from Heeding, and the hoII has a chance to become well pulverized and compacted before fall seeding time. The late summer rains will assist in breaking up the soil and putting it in the best possible condition for a seed bed. Plow In summer, as soon after the grain is off as possible, break up with a harrow, level, roll and smooth again with a harrow and the fall sown grain will bring a crop that will pay well for the labor performed. The Orchard. Trees are as Impatient of wet as othe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 July 1898

7 1803. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Airther anil worse diseases. Prevention is always better, safter and cheaper than aterapted cure. It is always better to lock the stable before the horse is stolen, and it is always better to take the stitch in time whether in mending trousers or mending fences. Waterproof Cloth. Farmers very often h.ve use for rater-proof cloth. Wagon covers and stack covers if made water-proof would bo much more serviceable than ordinary cloth. A largo fly of cotton cloth made water-proof is very useful to put over an unfinished stack of hay or grain or to cover a load of hay or grain that must be left standing out and exposed to rain. The use of such a cover would often pay for Itself during one Btorm. Recent experiments show that cloth treated with lanoline will render it water-proof without adding materially to its weight. Lanoline is an oil de rived from the wool of sheep and it can be procured from most druggists. Twenty grammes of lanoline are dis solved in 1.0...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 JULY 27, THE ADVOCATE ron THE HOME AND NEWS SHOP AND FAPM OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE OV KANSAS. PublUSiei Every Wednesday, itToptia, Kantaa. OEO. B. HARRI50N & CO., Editors amd Proprietors. Subscription IUts One copy one year ''1 malt, f 1. In clulm of ten or more, by mail, one year, 75 cent each. The (ulwrtMno rale of The Advocate ami tiew$ are una. Mtiiiuttc will lie maae ana trvm jur nUilivl on awUf itiUm. No extra charue for cut. tte. The jnurtMicr mitre the riaht to reject any onjectUmaJle advcrtMiiQ. The reatUn of thin paper may tomldcr any ailvertiemfnt which av veur herein a revrecntlny a Jinn whim relUUiil ity can he vouchrA for hy the puldUher. The Advocate wo cttalilWied in JHS.9, and wo eomotUliitf.il with The Kama New in lHtf7. The Advocate awl New U the nfllclnl state jHiper, and hat a laracr clirulat lin man any oilier h.anxan weekly which receive advertisement. For information reiardlny mlmrlylUtm and aavertmna rate, auarcn Once: THE ADV...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 189S. HYMN BEFORE ACTION. The earth is full of anger, The seas are dark with wrath; The nations in their harness Go up against our path; Ere yet we loose the legions, Ere yet we draw the blade, Jehova of the Thunders, Lord, God of Battles, aid! . . , From panic, pride, and terror, Revenge that knows no rein Light haste and lawless error, Protect us yet again, Cloak thou our undeserving, Make firm the shuddering breath, f In silence and unswerving, To taste Thy lesser death! E'en now their vanguard gathers; E'en now we face the fray As Thou didst help our fathers Help thou our host to-day! Fulfilled of signs and wonders, In life, in death made clear Jehova of the Thunders, Lord, God of Battles, hear! Rudyard Kipling, f t THE STATE GOVERNMENT. Governor Leedy has returned from an Omaha trip. The June expenses of the boys' reform school amounted to $2,922. J. W. Snyder, of Le Roy, ha3 been ap pointed a welghmaster in the grain In spector's department. Secretary Bu...

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. — 27 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AUD NEWS. 10 JULY 27, PUBLIC OPINION IP p. Wichita Star (Rep.): If rrvtvoM municipal ownership of utNtnAL. waterworks and electric lighting plants Is Populistlc, then Pop ullani 10 going to prevail to that extcn; in the future. Spring Hill New Era (Rep.): The gold Btandard haa dropped out from under Chile's financial fabric and Bhe 1b think ing of adopting a paper currency some thing he should have had all the time. Topeka Journal (Rep.): The gradual fusion of the Democrats and Populbti into cue party which is goln on to aguin evidenced by the fact that the Illinois Democratic convention declared for the initiative and referendum. Wichita Beacon: Spain Bhould re member that he who hesitates Is lost. While deciding whether to surrender or fight, that indemnity Ja growing larger, and It may get the size and dimensions of both Porto Rico and the Philippines. Parsons Palladium (Dem.): There are distinct advantages In living in a coun try that is big enough to carry on a war...

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. — 27 July 1898

11 1898. Balloon la Warfare. A military balloon is now a part of the equipment of Fort Wadaworth, one of the grim sentinels of New York har- FOR HOME READING It's easy to haul a big load up an big hill if you grease der young woman with a wealth of au burn tresses, flashing eyes and the un mistakable Lee chin. During hor fa- the wagon wheels witn ni M Cr:::a Get a box and learn why it's the best grease ever put on an axle. Sold Mrjwhr. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. mmmi i inn n i rl mm pi WJaW57 Cub. O God, tboa mmk'Ht mo in love, Didst purpose with the quiet ways Of peace, all other Joys above. To bless my days! Fair set beyond the inlands high My head uplifting to tho morn, Twas suid a star bad left the sky When I was born. My dusky sisters bailed me queen. I coveted no royal power, But counted happiness serene The fairer dower. Within my garden of delight I lay and watched the goldon hour Uncounted pacing till tho night Hud closed the flowers. 0 happy days, forever fled, I see you throu...

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. — 27 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 JULY 27, LOOK FOR. THE LABEL VI THE WAGE EARNER M ww0.. wMtu t.'twl febbtf iK , , -M'3a 9 , 19 urnou-mada cigars. lOCAt If T7X ... Wage Earners and Legislation. By Walter L. lloloorub, Assistant Labor Cvmnila- aloner. The usual inquiry required by law of the Labor CommiBBloner Into tho con dltlons surrounding the wage-earnera of the State was made this year and was attended with more than Usual BUCcesB, when the means of gathering this informationthrough the ubo of the mails is considered. Five thousand copies of the schedule on which the investigation was based were printed and used. Of the whole number sent out 750 were distributed to the wage-earner by the Commissioner while gathering data for other purposes, or were given to employers of labor who handed them direct to their employes. Each of these schedules was accom panied by a Btamped return envelope, using postage to the amount of S15, and 4,250 were mailed direct from the office, using postage to t...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 July 1898

13 1898. THE ADVOCATE AMD HEWS. Law and Labor Unions. It la very noticeable that the decis ions of the courts In England have uni formly been favorable to labor unions while In this country they have been al most entirely In the opposite direction and adverse to organized labor. It Is paid that American Judges take ad vantage of every opportunity to strike a blow at the principle of organization among the workers, while in England such organizations are encouraged and upheld by the decisions of the courts. This seems the more strange when it is remembered that America is the boasted land of the free where government rests In the hands of the people and that the English government Is a monarchy where the people are supposed to have but little voice in selecting the Judges who preside over their courts. Labor Notes. C. J. Devlin is opening several new coal shafts at Krontenac. Eight thousand Tennessee coal miners have secured a 7 per cent, increase in wages. The operators in the Illin...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 July 1898

14 JULY 27, A School Girl's Nerves. This record is of especial value to parents. Ifs a message from a loving mother dedicated to the mothers of growing girls. A truthful narrative of the utmost interest and import. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MADLE DICCS. 1'ItAYEK OF THK liKAVK. God of battlos, himr our prayorl Uod of JuatieH, htiarl Ood of lilMtrty and right, Arm thy people with thy might! Bhow uh thou art near I Vengeance In not ours, O Lordl Morcy, too, hi thine. Yot the freedom to us given Boars for uh tho aoal of heaven And of right divine. Now, O Ood, we come to thoel Load us to a man Down where Armageddon's plains Vrlthe with luttt and groan with chains. Lead us in the Tan. Liberty can never live, ; Lord, beHidu the slave! Bather than that infamy, O yur Ood, we pray to thoe, Hldfl us in the gravel Who can smile while others weep? j Is tho world akin f ; Christ of Ood, by love's sweet name, Bave us from eternal uuauiel Purge us of this sint God of bat...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. 16 Fublished July 27, 1S3S. Appellate Court Syllabi. ? ' In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Central Division. No. 249. The City of Medicine Lodge, plaintiff In error, vs. Alburtus P. Horner, et al., defendants In error. Error from Barber County District Court. REVERSED. Syllabus. Dennlson, P. J. 1st. When an appellant In a condemna tion proceeding dies while the action la pending in the District court and the action is revived In the name of a person, such person must allege and prove that he Is the proper person to maintain or defend the action. Attest: W. A. AYRES. ISeal. Clerk. In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Central Division. No. 314. The Johnson Loan nnd Trust Company, plaintiff In error, vs. H. Ij. Ball, et al., defendants In error. Error from Kingman County District Court. REVERSED. Syllabus. Dennlson, P. J. 1st. Where an order of sale has been Is sued upon a Judgment and the real estate sold thereunder by th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 July 1898

id THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. JULY 27, 1833. Borrowed SmMs. Shut but by the WarCustomer "I want a watch that will withstand the usae of a healthy 12-yenr-old boy." Jeweler "Sor ry, but the armor mills are now all buy with government contracts." Jeweler's Weekly. "Shall we try to got back the prisoners?" linked one Spanish officer. "And relieve the Yankees of responsibility for their board and lodging!" exclaimed the other. "Man, Where's your sense of strategy?" Wash ington Star. "You must admit that your argument was rather thin.' "My dear sir," remarked the man who was filibustering, "In a case like this it Is not the thickness of an ar gument that counts. It's the length." Washington Star. Speaking From Experience Commission er (to civil service applicants for places In the custom house) "When was the dia mond duty most burdensome?" Hrlght Candidate "Just before my marriage, sir." Jeweler's Weekly. And Yet Friends Browne "How are you, Tom?" Tom "Well, thank you. but my wife has been v...

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