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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 10 August 1898

5 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. by a roan who can't and won't agree with himself for more than thirty days at a time. William Reeder, the Republican nomi nee In the Sixth district, said in his speech of acceptance that the people should be thankful because McKinley had given dollar wheat to the country. He Is now being called upon to explain why his patron saint has reduced the price one-half. Stewart and Fohl were the two Ne meha delegates who made the nomina tion of Stuart, Iceland's man, possible. Pohl is a brother-in-law of Senator Ful ton, one of Leiand's strikers, and Stew art has been released from the peniten tiary within a year. He was sent up for embezzlement. Policeman Randolph thinks that it Is discouraging to an officer to arrest vio lators of law and have the polico judge release them without a trial on a bond which is not equal to the minimum fine for the ofTense. He has not been on the force long euough to know that a police man is not supposed to see anything. In Mia...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AUGUST 10, i Practical Farm Notes I From Actual Experience. ( "Agriculture is the Most Healihful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." W Uoor(e Wiwhlngton. Fruit and Garden Notes. The average fruit-grower does not understand the uses of fertilizers an wen as doeH tho farmer, and yet they are destined to play no Hmall part In the fruit industry of the future. It will bo well to remember the following points: Potash generally improves the quality of fruit by assisting in sugar and starch formation. Nitrogen tends to promote growth of foliage at the expense of early fruiting. Phosphoric acid tends to has ten maturity. It Is therefore beat to feed fruits generally with potash and nitrogen fertilizers. The peach leaf curl Is quite common in some localities, badly Injuring tho vitality of the trees. When this fungus trouble Is bad, the only effectual rem edy ia to cut out and burn the branches affected. When it is In a mild form It may bo controlled by sp...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 7 It is far better to own and occupy an acre of land than to always live on a rented quarter section. The strength and stability of the country must rest on the homes of the people. If every family owned their own home they would have a direct and personal inter est In sustaining the government which protected them in the ownership of that home. A great number of small farms, occupied and tilled by their owners, would give the country and the gov ernment a strength and stability which It could acquire In no other way. Profits In Poultry. One trouble with the farmer who at tempts to raise poultry for profit is that he expects to make that profit wholly from eggs, or wholly from the carcass, either of which plans is not a profit able one unless carried on with largo flocks. It is carefully estimated that the food for a mature hen for a year costs in the neighborhood of 50 cents, and more if none of it is raised, and that an average egg production per hen I...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 AUGUST 10, THE ADVOCATE FOR TIE HOME AND NEWS SHOP AND FAR OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATIC OF KANSAS. PiUUhed Every Wednesday, at Topeki, Kmmi. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors ahd Pbopriktoks. gnbuoriptlon Rato: One eopv V'ar ' moil, $1. In clul of ten or more, by vuiil, one year, 75 cent each. The advcrtUina rats of The Advocate and Newt ore low. Estimate urtll he mtule anil irric fur nUh&l on amtlUMUm. No extra cluirye for cut, tie. The puhlMier rmerve the riyht to rejert any objtxtionalile advertUini). The rcatUr of thie paper may comider any atlvcrlinemcnt which ap- JHiart herein a rrirrfenUnu a firm wlome rclialil ty ran he vouched for by the mhliher. The Advocate wo eiahlUhed in Iffl!), and wa eonnolUlatc.d uHth Thf, Kama New in 1817. The Adwoate and New i the official State jajwr, and ha a larger circulation than any otlier Kama weekly which receive atlvcrtUiemcnl. For information regarding ul)crijtion$ and OilvertMny rate, add) en Office: THE AD...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 10 August 1898

1898. 9 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Writers and Readers. S This department will hereafter bo published a a regular department of tbti paper, aud the Advocate and News will endeavor to keep IU reader Informed of the bent In the new book and the maxailues. A feature will be the attention paid to the literary men aud womeu of Kantian aud other western States. Trail Stories of Frontier Life. Col. Henry Inman, in addition to an established reputation as a historian of the early days in the territory which now forms Kansas and adjoining States, has preserved some extremely interest ing and valuable Information. Colonel Inman is the historian of the trail. His service in the United States army took him over Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico in the days when the white man was a new-comer, the days of the Indian and the buffalo and the warfare of ex tinction waged against them. The thrill ing days of the pioneers of the great West are gone forever, but the keen ob servation and unfailing memory of ...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 AUGUST 10, PUBLIC OPINION IV. fc'L '-'i' KfkJiQ&ii'' J Jiii!jftJ&J& ?2f? "LsiS ?H ABOUT Burlington Courier: Tho llNCAC Republicans muHt be as KANdAd. aHhamed of their plat form as Morrill was of Kansas. They never mention it. Kansas City Times: Kansas gained 4,000 in population during 18!)7. It gained 15,000 In one night during 18!)6, but the Republicans brought them In on free railroad tickets. The 1897 gain Is genuine. Kansas City Times: The Republican State committee is anxious to have It understood among the liberal element that the Stato Temperance Union Is lighting Stanley. It is anxious to have it understood by tho State Temperance Union that tho liberal element is fight ing him. Kansas City Times: Tho Industrial ist, tho ofllclal paper published by tho Kansas Agricultural college, is the best of its kind published in the United States. It Is, in reality, a magazine of high-class literature. Its improvement is due to tho present able and ...

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. — 10 August 1898

1898. ll THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FOR HOME READING t i 0 x vy v t j j v y v j j j rsryrjr vrvrxxr f Tilt MAN WITH TUB MUSKET. cn Soldiers, puss on from this stagu of renown, TLIh unt hill commotion und ctrife; Pasa by whero tlio marbles and bronioa look down With their fust frozen gestnres of life. On out to tho nuiuolecu who lie 'noath tha gloom Of tho pitying cypress and pine. Your man in the man of the aword and the plume, But tha man of the musket is mine. I know him I By all that la noblu I knew Thin com Dion place huru I namel I've camped vith him, marched with him, fought with him, too, In tho swirl of the tierce battle flanio, Laughed with him, cried with him, taken a purt Of hiu cantoon and blanket and known That the throb of this chivalroua prairie boy 'a heart Was an answering stroko of my own. I know him, I tell you, and also I know When he fell on the battle swept ridge That the poor, battered body tlmt hiy there i i blue Was only a plank in the bridge Over which some sho...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 13 AUGUST 10, Vh V O vCV O V O iTmVmVO V " CV w V "ir V O V w T " O u f THE WAGE EARNER I Labor Notes. Germany's typographical union has 25,000 members. The Iron Holders' International Union la thirty-nine years old. Governor Plngreo, of Michigan, favors n universal eight-hour day. Cincinnati street railway managers prohibit conductors from eating onions. Germany's employment bureaus find employment for 13,000 people per month. In Germany the national organization ol shoemakers has a membership of 15,976. In Great Britain 131,700 persona got an increase of wages in May while, 8,300 suffered a decrease. More than 400 electrical workers went on a strike in St. Loul3 August 1. They demand $3 for ten hours, instead of $2.50. The clerks of Tacoma and other cities of Washington are pushing a movement to have retail business houses close at 6:30 p. m. Charles Huff, of Des Moines, says that the colored members of the Typograph ical union there have never produced a nt...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. IS Kansas Has Plenty of Wheat. (Continued from page 1.) 502,450; Marshall, 543,380; Cloud. 531. 495; Jewell, 500,820; Decatur, 478,335; Clay, 4Gi),455; Labette, 442.698; Sheridan, 422,664; Trego, 38SJ.250; Edwards. 383, 228; Logan. 371,345; PhilIIps.370,22 1 ; Cherokee, 339,020; Graham, 337,125; Nor ton, 335,814; Barber, 307,160; Washing ton, 302,280; Ford, 298,550; Leavenworth, 272,459; Neosho, 271,766; Crawford, 267, 480; Wichita, 258,072; Butler, 256,676; Chautauqua, 241,358; Lane, 241,092; Atchison, 237,292; Johnson, 232,410; Cof fey, 186,214; Nemaha, 185,318; Republic, 181,237; Hodgeman, 179,574; Sherman, 178,548; Wilson, 176,928; Gove, 176,136; "Vyandotte, 170,900; Kiowa, 164.256; Jeary, 144,508; Elk, 130,428; Scott, 107, 30; Lyon, 107,328. About 33 per cent, is reported as likely to be marketed by October 1, and the icreage that will be sown the present fall as slightly larger than last year's rowing. SPRING WHEAT. The yield of spring wheat is 1,380,291...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 AUGUST 10, idftVL-. - "-feat. ? READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MADLE DICCS. AIHOKIIKDIN WAR NEWS. Don't talk tor me o' farmln Nor polytloH an hIcIi. I'm tuck awnj with fltfhtin An want tor know JHt whioh Et a got tho biggest cannons An ships an LuHtln stuff An if they're out for blzness Er puttin up a bluff. Wlmr U that flyin squadron An that flotillor too? Whnr's thowi Boljor sturtod An whut thoy goin tor dot Don't talk tor me o' farmin; Had polytlos ennff. This war's a lively matter, Tho hottcHt kind o' stuff. J. A. Hall in Atlanta Journal No ono can releaso himself from his surround ings and say, "What othors do Is nothing to me," Nor yet can any one say, "What I do is noth ing to others," Though it is the tendency of things that he who doos good most profits by it, That liu who dnftii evil iniuros most of all hlmmilf. Ho could with equal wisdom say : Llo, because othors are false. Bo Idle, becsuwe others are lazy. Suf use knowledge, because others are I...

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. — 10 August 1898

1893. 16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Public Opinion Peace Terms. (Continued from page 10.) within the influence of our present mili tary operations I would exact no further Indemnity, but If she continues the war our claims, as compensation, must be enlarged for the expense wnich the Unit ed Slates would suffer from her folly. Chairman Hull, of the House military affairs committee: It will be hard to do this return the Philippines to Spain when it is remembered that the Philip pine Insurgents, in marked distinction to the Cuban insurgents, have proved themselves fighters and have assisted Dewey in every possible way. Person ally, I would favor retaining all the ter ritory we have captured, and I know there is a large and growing element in our country which holds to the same belief. Madrid correspondent of London Daily Mail: There is little probability of any popular discontent, and none at all if Spain is allowed to retain the Philip pines and is not compelled to pay in demnity. The att...

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. — 10 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 AUGUST 10, 1898. Borrowed Smiles. "So you call your dog Dewey, do you? It Beems to me that he's a very homely looking cur to be honored with Biich a name." "But Dewey la an especially ap propriate name for his dog." "How bo?" "It doesn't matter what he hap pens to bo doing, he's always ready to suspend operations for breakfast." Chi cago News. Plenty to Interest. Mrs. Gotham "I don't see how you can endure a little place like Lawnvllle. Nothing to boo, nothing to hear, nothing to talk about." Rural Guest "Land sakes! Why, our own church has changed ministers three times within a year, and the other church Is having a row with thelr's." New York Weekly. FOB BALK OR KXCIIANGH. Tbrea nice elghtr aorfnin 130 per sore; Improved; want Topeka Iiropertr. Many suburban bumei, awar down, on one time. Any number of aorei you want, olooe to thc!tT, oo long time at 6 per oent. Several farm , at I.K) per acre, from 40 to 240 aorei, well Improved, lon time. Bend me a deno...

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. — 17 August 1898

, s J. .J i Devoid to me Bar interest or rite Nome, the 5hop and the Farm .t Va . 0- OFFICIAL STATE Tenth Year, No. 33. vapkk. mi yeak. TOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 17, 1898. KVKItY WKDNKSDAY. l'KICK F1VK VKHTH, Draicu fcy M. A. Waterman. NOW FOR A WAR FOR HUMANITY AT HOME. The class of boodlers and despoilers of our country whom tUnna represents should be made " a fixed figure for the scorn of time to point IU slow unmovlns finger at."

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. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 2 AUGUST 17, A Step Toward Victory. Governor Leedy, Webb HcNall and Jerry Botkln Make Telllnj; Speeches at Valley Falls. A GOOD CROWD WAS PRESENT. The campaign In the First district was opened at Valley Falls Thursday by Governor Leedy, Webb McNall and Con gressman Botkln. Despite discouraging circumstances the attendance was good at both afternoon and evening meetings. Governor Leedy made the opening speech. He was Introduced by P. J. Hamble. The Governor said: "I have come here vy the favor of my countrymen to discuss politics. I rep resent the Populists, Democrats and sil ver Republicans, who put me forward to represent them. It is not my purpose to discuss national affairs, except as they apply to mo personally or to my official course and conduct. I will leave national issues that do not concern me personally to candidates for Congress. "I have been severely criticized by my Republican friends for the part I took in affairs relating to the war. As a patri...

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. — 17 August 1898

189S. 3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Spanish Routed At Manila. Americans Fight Hard In a Terrible Rain Storm to Repel a Surprise, and They Succeeded. 1NSURQENTS WERE FEASTING. New York, August 9. A copyrighted cablegram from Manila bay, August 4, via Hong Kong, August 9, to the Even ing World, gives the following particu lars of the fighting near Malate on the night of July 31: General Green's force, numbering 4,000 men, had been advancing and en trenching. The arrival of the third ex pedition filled the Spaniards with rage and they determined to give battle be fore Camp Dewey could be reinforced. The trenches extended from the beach, 300 yards to the left flank of the Insur gents. Sunday was the insurgent feast day and their left flank withdrew, leaving the American right flank exposed. Companies A and E of the Tenth Pennsylvania and Utah battery were or dered to reinforce the right flank. In the midst of a raging typhoon with a tremendous downpour of rain, the enemy's force, estimated a...

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. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 AUGUST 17, CONCERNING KANSAS urn )mmwp't A iH'Vi,,J.iniiif wit ' W,." iY j ,wv i. .......... ;;:f-4A- t...... BY J. W. MORPHY. Cottonwood Falls has a boys' band. Caldwell Is hustling for electric lights. Topeka la likely to have a roof gar den. The Bennington Democrat runs a col umn in German. Col. Tomlinnon'8 Topeka Daily Dem ocrat Is issued regularly once a week. The Modern Woodmen log rollings are drawing big crowds this year. Kansas furnishes one-third of the to tal zinc output of the United States. Blackleg Is causing the death of some of ex-Governor Click's fine blooded cat tle. Mrs. Annie Diggs made one of her characteristic speeches at Kinsley last week. The city of Abilene has voted an ap propriation to build an electric light plant An attempt was made to rob the Sa line county treasury last week. It was a failure. Pawnee county farmers are arranging to hold the new crop of wheat as long as possible. Farmer Smith wants the Republican nomination for ...

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. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. i Probate Judge, II. T. Bidell; Superin tendent, Edward Benson. Saline county will Invest $2,000 In a hall suitable for fair purposes. Montgomery county towns are voting bonds for a railroad which Is being ex tended north from Oklahoma. Topeka's new city marshal now has in his residence the telephone formerly used in the leading saloon of the town. The Caldwell Advance (Dem.) thinks that the Republicans didn't get much when Col. Whoopllnson's crowd came In. During his term of office, Congress man Vincent has secured pensions for 115 old soldiers and widows of soldiers. It. B. Ward, ex-Sheriff of Republic county, has been nominated In the Cloud-Republic district for State Sena tor. The Emporia Gazette, Will White's paper, admits that Farmer Smith was left off the list of Republican speakers because he did not care to speak this year. County Attorney Jones, of Wabaunsee county, is trying to prevent the Santa Fe from tearing up the track on the Manhattan br...

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. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE Afw NEWS. auodst h. i Practical Farm From Actual Experience. z ( "Agriculture Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." t) OcorKO Wushlnuton. CATTLE IN NEW MEXICO. The Zlange Now Being- Stocked and the Owoert Much Encouraged. For a short time tho uncertainty of a oondition of war bud a depressing effect upon business generally throughout tho country, but tho fear of a scarcity of ready money is fast passing away, and business ia resuming its normal condi tion. Moro especially is this returning confidence noticeablo in the cattlo buni ness in New Mexico. Reports from all parts of tho territory indicate that mon ey for tho conduct of the business of grazing and the raining of stock is catti ly procured, and tho day of tho prosper ity of the cattlo owners is again ut hand. Tho ranges are being stocked with cattlo brought from wherever animals can be bought, and thousands of head have been placed on ranges that have been unoccupied for sovoral y...

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. — 17 August 1898

1898. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Dr. Fetors ol the state farm condemned alfalfa as feed for either horses or cat tlo. Experiments conducted there show that if eaten when damp it results in windbroken horses and bloated cows. Several valuables animals were lost. On the contrary, S. Andrews of Friend, who had both alfalfa and clover pas tures, reported that ho lost but one ani mal on alfalfa as against niuo on clov er. Where the two seeda are sown to gether hogs prefer tho clover. As a for age plant sorghum was favored by sev eral speakers. Leaf Curt of the Peach. Leaf curl of the peach occurred in various sections of tho country this sea son to Bomo extent. It is believed to co incide usually with cool and rainy weather during April, May and early Juno. The tree affected may appear to recover quickly, but may also carry the fungus over in its tissues to the next season, when weather favorable to its development will cause another attack. A kindred diseaso is plum "pockets" or "bladders...

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. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 AUGUST 17, THE ADVOCATE FOB Til HOME AND NEWS SHOP ANJFAPM OFFICIAL PAPER OF T1IK STATU OF KANSAS. Pilllsfaed Every Wedneuliy.ttTopcka, Kiomi. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editor akd Pbofbirorb. Bnbnorlptlon Rmttmt One copy ww year by mail, $t. In clui$ of ten or mire, by imttt, out year, 7li ttnt each. Hie adncrtirtwj rats of The AdvavUe ana town are low. tMmaten will m imuie ami price ur nUhtsl on application. No extra rluirge for cut, etc. The pulilinliern reserve the right to reject any objeetionalile ailverlUing. The rtxuton of thi paper mag mwitter any wlvertUcmcnt which ay iienn herein an rnirnrMing a firm whone relialiil itu ean he voiwhsA for bu the pnldMiern. The Advocate wo trtahlixhrd in lHK3,andwa eontolUUafd with Tlte Kanmn town in The Advoetie ami town U Uie official SUtte ixiyr, ami nan a larger circulation than anu other Kama Wf'kly which re-reive advertUement. For information regarding nulmriptionn ami advertising rate, luldram Office: THE A...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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