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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 3 August 1898

Devoted to me Bar Interests or me Home, the 5hop and the form i1 1 ' Tenth Year, No. 31. gffSSLi B7Y TOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 3, 1898. cnin riffi?: Peace Terms Sent Spain. Free Cuba, Take Porto Rico, No Cash Indemnity and a Commission to Discuss Philippine flatters A,re the Terms. THE WAR WILL SOON END. Washington, July 30 The reply of this government to Spain has not been given out because of the belief that It would not be the part of propriety to give It out in advance of Its receipt by the Spanish government. At a meet ing of the cabinet the terms on which peace would be accepted were discussed. The agreement reached was as follows: Cuba to be freed; Porto Rico to be ceded to the United States; one of the Ladrone inlands (probably Guam) to be ceded to the United States as a coaling station, and as an Immediate step all Spanish military forces in the West In dies to be withdrawn with the formal re linquishment by Spain of her sovereign ty over any possessions among those islands. A...

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. — 3 August 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AUGUST 3, Kansas Soldiers' Good Record. An Army Officer Calls Attention to the Foolishness of Criticism of Boys of the Sunflower State. APPOINTMENTS ARE ALL RIGHT "The Kansas volunteers should pray for deliverance from their pretended friends among the Republican newspa pers and partisans in this State, if I Judgo the motives for their attacks upon the commissioned personnel of the Kansas regiments correctly," said an army officer who had himself been a volunteer during the civil war. to a Kansas City Times man at Leaven worth, "If the Kansas volunteers do not stand high In estimation of army au thorities, they have no one else to blame but the every elemtns continually find ing fault. Kansa regiments have noth ing to fear from comparison with reg iments from other States. "I notice your local Republican paper only yesterday heaped a column of abuse upon Governor Leedy, charging the 'alleged' woes of the regiment to in efficiency of its officers, 'many of wh...

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. — 3 August 1898

1893. 8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ) Bill Brown Mistaken for a Regular. I. M. Yost, of Hays City, Is a rank Re publican. He has resided at Fort Hays for almost a generation and ought to know what ho Is talking about when he speaks of soldiers and their proficiency. He has recently visited Chickamauga, whero the Twenty-first Kansas is lo cated. A few extracts from his report in tho Hays City Republican willbe of interest. They are as follows: "The men are happy, of a soldierly bearing, ready and willing workers at their respective posts of duty. They have the cleanest, most orderly quarters we found in all that great encampment of over 60,000 men, and I felt proud of the Twenty-first Kausas. The Twenty first have already a record for marks manship, aptness in tactics, orderly con duct, good physique and admirable sol dierly learning. We feel proud that the Twenty-first belongs to us. Favorable comment by so eminent a man as Major General John R. Brooks counts for much and he gave it. Now...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 AUGUST 8, CONCERNING KANSAS i . ..ii 1 1 - - A lli'ij..jl,..((l)HH' rui'' BY J. W. MORPHY. A harvest hand ut Salina has died of appendicitis. The Santa Fc has established a rail sawing mill at Newton. Farmer Smith la not on the Republi can list of campaign orators. Dan Anthony admits that there Is dan ger of over-confidence In Republican ranks this year. A special train of twenty-one cars of beef destined for European points left Wichita last week. Lawrence is to have an electric car line. The old mulo line outlived Its usefulness many years ngo. 0. 0. Outcalt, editor of the Burlington Courier, has been renominated for Rep resentative In CofTey county. Tl. ...,, Tnnnt., nnt,rt that some sort of a parasite 13 killing the grasshoppers by the wholesale. John Bunyan Adams, a young lawyer, has been nominated by the Republicans for Representative in Butler county. A company which proposes to build an electric line from Kansas City to Leavenworth has been incorpora...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. S All Things To All Men. Republicans Are Arranging to Deceive Prohibitionists and the Antls in the Same Old Way. HOW IT IS TO BE DONE. The Republican committee la prepar ing to play its old game of deception on the prohibition question. In the cities the managers point out to the jointlsts that Billy Polk and other Wichita whis ky men were active in their support of Stanley for the nomination and that he Is "all right." On the other hand, they are preparing to tell the prohibition farmer that Leedy Is in league with the whisky crowd and that the Republicans are the only friends of prohibition and law and order. But in order to keep one element from getting onto the repre sentations which are being made to the other, the work is being done secretly. The preliminary arrangements for work ing the farmer are shown in the follow ing letter from the secretary of the State committee to County Chairman Tarbox, of Hamilton county: HEADQUARTERS KANSAS REPUBLICAN S...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 6 AUGUST 3, s Practica 1 rarei Notes From Actual Experience. "Agriculture is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." fit) George Washington. 'jS Young Clover. Just after the wheat harvest tho young clover plants which up to that time have been protected by the wheat are apt to suffer from the Hiin unlesH the stubble is left high. After the clover plant hardena It should bo clipped, which will force out a branching growth near the ground, affording, with the wheat stubble, a protection against drought. The clipping should be done with a sharp sickle or grass hook and may be accomplished at small expense. The first clipping should be done about a month after the wheat Is harvested, and If the ground is weedy or the drought prolonged a second clipping may be made early in September. Close attention must be paid to weeds. None should bo allowed to go to seed to ruin the crop of clover. Hill or Level Culture for Potatoes? Practice of lat...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. iS98. 7 until they are able to enforce the sale of spurious butters strictly on their own merits. Feeding Dairy Cows in Summer. It a cow 13 fed with a ration confined almost wholly to coarse foods while dry and put on grain Just before going to pasture, she will be In the highest state as a milker. All feed of a coarse nature used as a supplementary ration to the pasture, such as rye, clover and green oats, should be cut fine before being fed. The dairy cow should not be expected to keep up a high butter record Bolely on pasture during the summer; grains should be fed as well as a variety of cut green fodder. The milk of cows wholly pasture-fed will fall off In rich ness in the fall when they are put on grains or dry grass crops, without the feeding suggested for the summer. Of course this richness may be brought up again by judicious feeding, but even the temporary loss is unnecessary. Milk (or Poultry. Young chickens, especially if in con finement, should ha...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 AUGUST 8, THE ADVOCATE FOR THE HOME AND NEWS SHOP ANDFAFM OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. Psklhhed Every Wedatiday.ti Topeki, Kaoaai. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Proprietors. Bnbeortptlon Ktn: One vrpy trite yenr by nwwi, 12. in ciutt of ten or more, oy rouu, one year, 78 cent each. The atlvertlrina rate of The Advocate and Newt are low. iuMnuU will m matte ami price jur nUhal on appltfjalUm. No extra charyc for cut, tie. The imMUher reserve the rioht Ut rejrH any abJeclionaliU advertUiny. The, reader of thl paper may conxidcr any advertUement which ap- Jrntn hercinax representing a firm whoe relialju ty can he vowhM for by the publisher. The Advocate wa estdttlUhfi in and wa eonolUlated with The Kama New in tHW. The Advocate anil New i the official Stale paper, and ha$ a larger circuhUUni than any other Kana weekly which receive advertisement. For informatUm regarding Bulmcription ami advertizing rates, addre Office: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. o T T'i 4 1 ;,4';,"4,"4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 VTi i The Social System and the Chris tian Conscience. PROFESSOR GEORGE D. HERRON. Portions of the Commem-emeul orutloii niveu at the KaiiHiisHtaU) Agricultural Colk'ge, J illicit, lsw.' 4H-MM--HH-MMMM!-H We live near the culmination of an Industrial system; industry is about to l)e carried over from the Individual to the social or spiritual plane. So far as industrial organization has gone, man has been treated and associated as a creature for producing wealth; upon the new plane, the production of wealth will be treated and organized as a means of associating men for their spiritual ed ucation. The question of how to do this, of whether It can be done at all, Is the social question, of which the world Is so full and the pressure and pain of which do conscience escapes. Some of us believe that the public own ership of the resources and means of production Is the sole answer to the so cial question. In order that ea...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 AUGUST 3, PUBLIC OPINION u Eureka Union (Pop.): rciurDdi Honest Populists and sln UtNLnAL. cero jjryan Democrats have no trouble In their political rela tions, for they are trying to accomplish the same objects and hence travel In the same direction. "Sallna Union: The express companies complain that they didn't order the war, and for that reason think they can lg nore the stamp tax. That's a very good Spanish talk, but It doesn't sound well In America. Arkansas City Democrat: There la nothing being said by the Republican press at present about the gold standard being the best for the farmer; neither are they calling attention to the simi larity in the prices of silver and wheat. Kansas City Gazette (Rep.): Any doubt aB to the attitude of the Democrat ic party in the national campaign of 1900 has been removed by the action of the Illinois State convention, yesterday, indorsing the Chicago platform without opposition. Caldwell Advance: Now that Congress has ...

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. — 3 August 1898

1898. ll THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FOR HOME READING Eiyah Drown. Elijah Brown, the cobbler, was enamored of the muse, And all hia time was given np to stanzas and to shoes. He ncornod to live a tuneless life, infiloriously mute, And nightly laid his lust aside to labor at his lute, For he bad registered an oath that lyrical re nown Bhould trumpet to the universe the worthy name of Brown, And, though hia own weak pinions failed to reach the heights of song, His genius hatched a brilliant scheme to help his oath along, And all his little youngsters as they numer ously came Ho christened after poets In the pantheon of fame That their pootio prestige might impress them and inspire A noble emulation to adopt the warbling lyre. And Virgil Brown and Danto Brown and Tasso Brown appeared, And Milton Brown and Byron Brown and Shakespeare Brown were reared. Longfellow Brown and Bchiller Brown arrived at man's estate, And Wordsworth Brown and Goldsmith Brown filled up the family slate. And he beli...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 AUGUST 3, rK y C w " " Ct O O Ct w T O W O " V Ct C V Ci V O O O O THE WAGE EARNER :..--''y.:.-.:..; 5 lOOOOA O JOO O O 'J 4 O 4? o o o 4 O O i V s o o o o O j Scrip and the War Tax. Each Piece of Scrip Issued to Miners nust Have a Revenue. Stamp on It, Which Amounts to a Pro hibitive Tax. BOYLE SUQQESTS RELIEF. The war revenue tax seems to be junt the thing to wipe out the iniquitous scrip system in vogue in the mining districts of Kansas. One section of this law pro vides that any certificate of Indebtedness issued by any company or corporation must have attached to it stamps to the value of 5 cents for each certificate of 100 or fraction thereof. The law also provides that on any order for money not drawing Interest there shall be at tached stamps of the value of 2 cents. Either one or both of these sections cov er the issue of scrip by mining corpora tions to their employes, and unless such stamps are attached to all scrip issued the corporation issuing...

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. — 3 August 1898

18 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. r WfiR REuEflUE-STAiP V ;', GAHCELERS. sx (fjUL 16 180 JJ We are prepared to furnish any size or style desired. We will Bend by mall, prepaid, Rubber Stamp llko sample with complete set of dates for six years, for 75 cents. THE J. G. OAOLIIIG COMPANY, 734 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kas. I'fT Send (or New Catalogue of nuDDer stamp uoodi. The Social System and the Christian Conscience. (Continued from page 9.) his business in a Christian fashion; he placed himself on terras of economic and eocial equality with his employers, and they together tried to be honest ser vants of their customers, with no com peting thought in their mind; but the result was the bankruptcy and ruin of several competitors, and the increase of sweat-shop conditions in the goods the merchant purchased. "If I try to pay my miners just wages," said a mining operator to me, at the conclusion of the late strike, I will ruin them; for the combination will crush me, causing my contracts to be...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 AUGUST 3, "X r4v-w- V"- jjfgMJ READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. OLD IRONSIDES. Aye, tear her tuttcrud vnulgn down I Ijng bus it waved on high, And many an oye has dlmmod to see That banner in the sky. Beneath i. rung the battle shot And burst the cannon's roar. The meteor of the ocean air Shall sweep the clouds no more. Eer dock, once red with heroes' blood, Where Irielt the vanquished foe, Whon wlnda wore hurrying o'er the flood And wa ei were white below, No more Hliall feel the victor's tread Or know the conquered kneo. The harpies of the shore shall pluck The eagle of the sea. Oh, better that her shattered hulk Should sink beneath the wave! Her thunders shook the mighty deep, And thuro should bo her grave. Nail to the mast her holy Aug, Sot evory threadbare Ball And give nor to the god of storms, The lightning and the gnle. Holmes. Three Topeka Boy 5 -Tom, Dick and Harry, (Continued from last week.) The club met this week at Dick's house. Dic...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 1G How Kansas Counties Were Named. Kansas counties bear an assortment of names and it may Interest many to know how they were acquired. Several changes have been made, principally because the original namesake after ward became unpopular. Lyon was originally Breckenridge county, but the people got tired of the old name In war times. Geary was first christened as Davis county, the latter name being given as a tribute to the president of the southern confederacy, but the name was given long before the rebellion. It was the last change made. George Martin and John K. Wright got the bill passed. Jackson was formerly Calhoun county, named for John C. Calhoun. Logan county was origin ally St John, but being a Republkan county, the name was changed when the Prohibition leader left the Republican party. Only five counties have been named for Presidents. They are Grant, Jack son, Jefferson, Lincoln and Washington. United States Senators were liberally honored, as...

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. — 3 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Id AUGUST 3, 1898. Borrowed Smiles. Brown "Oh, yes! the world moves!" Jonea "Yes; and It has to hustle to keep up with the United States." Puck. Little Barbara, on seeing a dish of lemon Jelly placed on the table, ex claimed: "Oh, mamma, see how nervous that Jelly is!" Tlt-Blts. "In mid-ocean we met a magnificent private yacht, flying signals of distress." "Leaking?" "Oh, no, their cook wanted lo quit." Detroit Journal. Coercion. "My next-door neighbor sent word to me to oil my lawn-mower." "Did you do It?" "Yes; he said If I didn't he'd buy his wife a parrot." Chi cago Record. Mistress (impatiently) "Bridget, when are you going to get up?" Ser vant (calmly) "Sure, an 01 dunno, ylt, mum. Ol'm only just afther wakln'." Detroit Journal. Those Loving Girls. Helen "Young Softlelgh proposed to me last night. He ought to have known beforehand that I should refuse him." Mattle "I'm sure he did, dear." Chicago News. She "Yes, I come of a very old and distinguished fam...

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. — 10 August 1898

I?' Devoted to me ftesr interests or tiie Home, the 3hop and the farm 1 -r .1 w -0 OFFICIAL STATE Tenth Year, No. 32. fapuh. at ykak. TOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 10, 1898. EVEItT WEDNESDAY, P1UCK F1VK CKM1S. Kansas Has Plenty of Wheat. Board of Agriculture Figures flake a Splendid Showing for the Great est State of the West. ALL SECTIONS COVERED. A press bulletin giving the condition of growing crops in Kansas July 31, to gether with estimates by its correspond ents of the yields of winter and spring wheat, rye, oats, barley and flax, and these applied to the acreages of each in the various counties, as ascertained by township assessors, is issued by the State Board of Agriculture. The figures, and particularly those pertaining to yields, represent the best judgment of more than a thousand ob servant men on the ground In as many communities growers, threshers and millers familiar through dally contact with the matters on which they report and each cautioned to "make only safe, conservati...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE ANJ) NEWS. 3 AUGUST 10, .Standing Up For Nebraska. Populists Hake a Record for Honest State Government Which Is Without Parallel. THE PEOPLE'S MONEY SAVED. While Kansas Populists have been giving the State a safe, economical State government, Populists in other States have not been inactive. The record in Nebraska is a splendid one. The first year Bhows that $502,644 was saved in current expenses. During the previous year the total required was $1,536,697, but the Populists got along with $1,034, 052. This saving amounts to an average of $1,377 per day. In a period of eighteen months the State debt was paid off to the amount of $700,542. The records of the State institutions show that the wards of the State have been well cared for. and at a very materially reduced cost. The Secretary of State's office has shown a continual deficit ranging from $9,918 to $16,608, but for the year 1897-8 it will turn $7,000 in the State treasury. In twenty years this deficit has amounted...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. Hunlclpal Ownership Necessary. At the second annual convention of the League of American Municipalities, held at Detroit August 2, President Mac Vicar, who ia Mayor of Des Moines, took a strong position in favor of municipal ownership, in his annual address. In part he said: "American cities must be made whole some in every sense of the word. They must, if such a thing be possible, be made to conserve and not consume the energies they draw from the country. They must have no Blums to pollute the currents of their own lives, and the life of the nation. The garbage ques tion, the tenement question, the water question, the franchise question, the question of parks, public baths, play grounds and other means and instru ments of public health and recreation, must be studied in their larger relation to the preservation of the life and health of our great republic. "We are at an early age of the movement; the country has but recently awakened to the need of it....

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. — 10 August 1898

4 AUGUST 10, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. CONCERNING KANSAS mxM'k hk c , ,7' ' w BY J. W. MORPHY. New gas wells are being utilized at Iola. The Baxter Springs reunion begins August 29 this year. Mayor Remington wants to break Into the Legislature again. Leavenworth claims to have sub scribed for 1300.000 of war bonds. The July collections of Internal reve nue for this district amounted to $152, G65. Drug store sales of liquor In Topeka Increased from 1,088 In June to 4,314 in July. Kansas lead and zinc mines turned out 12,000,000 worth of mineral last year. Ed Jaqulna has been renominated for the Legislature by Cowley county Pop ulists. The Republicans have renominated Representative Longley in Washington1 county. The assessed valuation of Topeka property has decreased from $9,704,005 to $9,053,185. Why Is Farmer Funston's name omitted from the list of Republican spellbinders? Colored brakemen will be used on Oklahoma passenger trains on the San ta Fe hereafter. J. C. Padgett Is now condu...

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