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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 November 1894

TX-IjE .A.DVOO.A.'PEL 0 Below Are Some Good Seasons Why You Will Want tho "Advocate." Our Premium Attraction. Notice the interesting advertisements on pages U and 15, and see if we cannot helo yon to something you need. No use of squandering money these hard times. There are the three good books, "Mrs, Parker's Housekeeper," "Everybody 'a Faint Book," and the "People's Horse, Cattle. Sheen and Swine Doctor." Scare sly a reader of this paper bnt what needs at least one of them. There ii the "Premier" gold watch, with filled gold oasee, and standard movement, either ladies' or men's style, aucb. a watch as would oast you from $20 to $25 at your home dealer's. Don't overlook the encyclopedia; it is one of the most useful things yoa could put in your home or office. Bat what interests ladies most ia the sewing machine, and we must call their attention to these interesting faots: It is a high grade maohine in every respect. It is warranted for ten years. It is ornamental as well as usefu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 November 1894

10 WOMAN AND HOME. HUMAN MOTHERS COULD LEARN FROM THE MOTHER CAT. Examples of Household Management Mn, Jobs Jacob Astor and Dancing Advice to Young Women Makes Artificial Soil' shine Fashions That Didn't Fit. "She didn't kiss the baby," and a very good thing eho didn't. The baby has a hard enough time as It la without going outside tho family circle for caresses, so don't say it reproachfully; 6ay it with Joy. You know how it is with kittens they mustn't be handled too much if you want "ratters." But the baby is passed from grandma to Third Cousin Maria. He Is tickled, tossed, squeezed, poked and kissed until the marvel is where the world get Its human "ratters." To be sure, there la here and there an independent baby, a baby who holds all promiscuous cuddllngs In righteous scorn. He is not a popular baby (reformers never are); you don't dare toss him, you hesitate before trotting him, and you would no more think of burying your face in the satin folds of his pink seek than if he we...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 November 1894

11 "ADVANCED WOMEN. THEY ARE ABLY DEFENDED FROM A SENSELESS ATTACK. Healthier Than Their Indolent Sisters and Possessors of the Beauty or Intellectual ity Shining Examples of Persons and Performances. There are many people of otherwise ex cellent Intelligence who take an insane or maudlin delight In attacking women. They turn up about once a year, as the hares do In March, and with a cacopho nous howl sour out the few minims of their vial of wrath upon her devoted head. Then, with a melodramatlo chuckle, they vanish into the obscurity of their alleged thought and hibernate for an Indefinite period. This time the offender is a woman, and the offense appears in the columns of The Sun in the form of what purports to be an argument that advanced women advance and agitating women agitate merely be cause they are not beautiful. The cleverness and charming diction of the lady's screed render it enjoyable for the moment and sweeten the sting which it contains. It well illustrates the old sa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 November 1894

12 '5PEE2D ADVOOAT23 The Liad Qaestioa. Editor Advochtb: Tn single tatw RS3arta that it will b settled wiaaly and justly by the oollaotiia of all revenue from tha naers cf land, of all its use is worth, after daduoting tha value of fill improvements that have bean put upon it. They promise ia thla way to destroy had monopoly; they promise ia this way to give free aooass to laad eo that every family shall have a home; that full and remunerative employment shall be provided for every maa willing to work, and that the laborer shall retain all the prodaota of hie labor, exempt from taxation. Ia short, they promise aa industrial and economic millaaium, to result from the adoption of the single tax law. That the advocates of that meas ure have been permitted to occupy almost unlimited space, in certain reform pa pers and magazines, with scarcely a word of dissent, or critical considera tion, can only be eocounted for upon the supposition that studious and thought ful men regard ita propos...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 November 1894

1 TEE 13 jklDVOOATia. 12 MARKET REPORTS. Kansas City Lire Stock. KA53A8 Crrr, Not. 5.--Cattle Receipts since Saturday, 0,963; calves, 253; shipped Saturday, 2,837; calves, 570. The market for good steers and cows was strong, others, with feeders, bulls and calves, steady; good Texas steers 10c higher; cows strong; common cows weak. The following are representative sales: DRESSED BEEF AJRD EXPORT STEERi. 23 1,218 J3.80 20 993 $135 WESTERN STEERS. 108 Col 1 ,461 $4.60 I 24 Col 1 ,02 $2.50 334 0. Mex.. 767 2.00 I COWS AND HEIFERS. 1 1,440 $3.90 1. 3 2 2 15 1 4 3 31 990 2.40 .1,056 2.35 . 9i0 2.35 . 930 . 9.G .1,0)1 . 79 i . 966 . 533 2.25 2.00 1.90 1.80 1.75 1.70 .. 12.. 2.. .. 7.. .. 774 12.65 .. 650 2.40 ..1,090 2.35 ..1.008 2.25 685 2.20 8 640 2.00 8... 31... 4... ... 763 1.85 546 1.80 6-7 1.75 J 566 1.65 WESTERN COWS. 173Phd..... 816 $2.00 I 25 Col 664 $1.85 80 Utah.... 881 1.75 60Col 645 1.75 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. 23 1,039 $2.90 23 1,146 2.85 52 13 23 30 81 67 842 2.60 798 2.25...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 November 1894

14 THE ADVOCATE PREMIUM PAGE E HEM P M if : II V- r rivets!) j l L"r-h 5sn on w pK5 n k 111 ) K, JKSi r ifes te ten The weight of this outfit la eighteen pounds. Oar price for the outfit complete and the Ad vocate one year la $:( leas than half the re tall price of the outfit alone ; or we will give It free to anyone sending u a club of ten sub scribers and $10. A complete oufit of twenty-eight flrat-claas tools and materials, full-size, practical, neat and cheap. With this outfit, you can do yourhalf-sollng, boot, shoe, rubber, harness and tinware re pairing. This outfit at any hardware store would coat 16, as it consists of the following tools: 1 Iron last, 10 inches. 1 iron last, 8 Inches. 1 Iron last, 8 Inches. 1 Iron standard with base 1 package assorted nails. 1 pkg 4-8 wire clinch nails lpk6-8 lpkn6-8 " " M doz.prs. Star heel pits. ft. copper rivets & burs 1 steel punch. 1 sewing awl, complete. 1 pegging awl. 1 wrench for above, tf" Directions for using, 1 stabbing awl, c...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 November 1894

15 LY If THEDADVdCATE PREPJ3IUFJ1 PAGE. Ami THE VERY BEST THING WE HAVE TO OFFER. After having: made some decided improvements in our Standard Family Sewing Machine, we arc still at $20., including: a year's subscription to the Advocate. able to sell it ill ji $ 1 elf ip 1 I i P m I 3 J iU a f S 1 III frftf x ;fi..: . . . a .a 1 THE DIRECT FEED BAR. All wearing partB are raee-hardentd eteel, posseaalng great durability, and by tne turning of a screw all loat motion can be taken up. All parts are fitted to accurately that these machines are absolutely noii-eless and as easy running as fine adjustment and best mechanical pltill can produce. Ko expense or time Is apared to make them perfect in every rewpect, as every machine passes a rigid lnspction by competent men betore leaving tte factory. It always pays to buy the best when it can be had at a low price. i ' t r f-1 S.J , "1 . . . :-.. : BOX OK EI. F-ADJUST I NO ATTACHMENTS. Thin illustration shows extra attachment in a velvet line...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 November 1894

V 1Q t37"WAfiTED 4 Pi kfiTM, brad by J. H. Taylor. Pearl, Km. , fpwnf? FOX all. r a salary eex. f J i ,' f i I aei.WyeaaempleyaMtwrlts j.io. B. mums. Port Payne, Ala WAXTEDAgont in each place to show m- piss of shoes, clothing and leave price lists. Send stamp for sealed answer to Biggs & Co., Louisville, Ky Box 645. Mention this paper 23.00. V..TT- i f 1 Wtri0wi mtny. RIFLES tM,' . I 1 1 1 jPOWaL t GLEKEXT CO. WATCHES ii J Vi 2- us&itaauciatfati,o. When writing advertisers mtntion Advocate ' , T)KRKaHIBB, Chester White, r , , 1j lljjerteytal sad Poland Chine r i i "fir," WGS. Jrr, Guro,ej and It: l J u-m.i. f'.til. ThorontkbrMl Vt . (, Bhoep. K.nor Poultry. Huotio B. WJUTH. CacLrMvUle, CbcaUr Co., i'eam. When writing advertiser mention Advocate BRASS BAND Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Equip, ments for Bands and Drum Corps. Low est prices ever quoted. Fine Catalog, 40 1 tlustrations, mailed free ; It gives Bam Music & Instructions for Amateur Bands. ,1101 4 BKAll, 25-21 ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

J-f U CSSZZWMXSSSSZZZIZ''' " ' """ "rr'-'--. ..T-v;...; , , , .,...,,, ,..:rnp V0L.VT.NO. 48. (1.00 A TEAR. TOPEKA, KANSAS, NOVEMBEB U, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. IN HICH CLOVER! THE MOUET SHABKS ABE HAV ING THINQ3 THEIR OWN WAY. More Interest Bearing Bonds to be Is suedThe President Still Pursu ing Republican Policy. Washington, Nov. 10 There are strong indications that another issue of bonds will be made during the coming week. For tome time past the conviction has been growing upon the president that an issue of another 50 million dollars would soon be necessary, and on his re turn from Buzzard's Bay the expressed to the members of bis cabinet his belief that the issne could not be long delayed and that 'the sooner it was made the better. He saw. the treasury receipts constantly growing leES, withcoimme diate prospect of any favorable change. Already the gold reserve has reached a point of 1 million dolllars below the low est pointjtouohed previous to the last issue, with the pr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

2 TEIEJ ADVOOATB A PAIE 01 -GRAMS. By II. M. GREENE. CHAPTER III. A TRIAL AND AN ESCAPE. Before noon of that day, as Nettie was engaged in preparing a meal for herself which was to pass, she had de cided, for dinner and supper combined, she was surprised at the entrance of an officer of the law who proceeded in the most sympathetic manner to declare her under arrest. "For what ?" asked Nettie as she paused in the work of kneading biscuit, ber hands covered with dough. "For arson," responded the constable. "Arson! whatia that?" queried the girl who had really never heard the term. "In this case, it means burning the East Greenwood cotton mill," was the reply. Nettie stood as stupefied a moment, then cleaning her hands asked if it was expected that she should go at once. "Certainly," was the cold answer. She put up in order the few utensils she had made ready in her work, shut off the stove draft and taking out her house key, stopped at the door, and looking the officer closely in the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

T2-ZIZ3 ADVOCATE memory is abroad In the solitudes alone and peers affrighted into the silent spectres which line the subterranean way? If not, get yourself into con finement, and you will know what it is to think. Oh, how her spirit rushed down the pastl How she drove it into sight, up to touch of every ghastly form! Un fathered, motherless, homeless, unless this and the prison of penal servitude be her home during years of infernal torment, friendless, for who would fol low her fortunes now ? And innocent after all! And she had tried so hard to keep herself upright, pure. Was this justice? She remembered with a hideous laugh that she had once prated of the security of the laws. The laws! Who made these laws? Men made them, men executed them, and women, ever the toy or the victim of man, was ever under the merciless tread of man and his laws. Then, how cool were the waters of the bay, where one rested, and the sweet wind3 sung over him; and she slept! Sometime in the middle of the ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

4 VZ-2EJ jfliDOaTIZL r mm mmi i Tzznr AND TOPEKA TEIBUIIE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. u. iz. r a. PtTBUSHJO BYKBT WlDWISDAT BT . THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES Wmi Booms 43 and 5 Knox Building, SOPSUA, - UAUSA3. $1.00 PER YEAR ADVJ2HTU3IXO RATT3. For single Insertion : Display matter, 20 eenti Er line, 14 lines to the Inch. Beading ncttees. eenta per line. Discount for long-ibae acn-racst, (Ind. Rural Press AhWh, P.O.VAaVLHW.Mir. Boyoe Building. Entered at the postofflce at Toper, Kansas, u second class matter. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1321. ONI If the man with the empty larder can get any consolation ont of the re cent election he ia welcome to it. There ia no danger of there being any appropriation for the completion of the state house made very soon. The Kansas democrat met his old enemy, the repnblicao, and the two are now locked in a loving embrace. It's a wonder the republicans didn't wipe ont the Cook gang of out laws, while they were in the wiping business. The American Protective associa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

TI2HS -A.IDVOOTIO. 0 Portsmouth, St. Louis, Si. Paul and Mil waukee. These are only places where shoes form all or a large portion of the town or city, and do not include faotories located in various parts of the country, which run up into the hundreds. Each of the places named, with the pos sibls exception of Portsmouth, 0., and TJtioa, New York., hare from ten to 150 faotories eaoh. Now, after all this array of facts, a lit tie finishing off is now in order, and a few figures will not be out of plaoe. I have said facts," whioh, properly speaking, are not facts in a striot sense, as the estimate of the number of hands dis placed on the introduction of eaoh labor saving machine is underestimated and far below the mark in every oase, and not based on the oapaoity of the operator of the average class, but rather on the oa paoity of the slow, plodding day worker. This is not guess work, but is based on actual experience of twenty-four years of struggle against these conditions. We find...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

G TIE 13 .DlTOOikTIU TE3 8INGLE'TAX. NO. I. While the Advocate has given a very large amount of 4space to the discussion of the theories of the single-tax advocates, both pro and con, we have never, to any great extent, participated in the discussion. As these theories have many honest sup porters, and as we have never yet been converted to them, we propose, now that election is over, to take a hand. In doing so, we shall not say in advance that the theories are er roneous, but shall rather inquire, if they are correct, why and wherefore they are so. It will he apparent in the outset that we shall not have space for all the replies that may be received to what we may have to say, and we would much prefer that some one of our former correspondents zhould take up the sab j act and en deavor to clear up our objections. Without having consulted any one of them, we would suggest Mr. Wake- field a3 one of the best posted, as tcoII 8s one of the fairest writers upon the subject, and if he ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

TEE 12 A23VOOA.T2JI, 7 A SAMPLE PIECE 07 REPUBLICAN SfKULDUGGESY. The Chicago Searchlight of November lt makae poouo a letter irom toe secretary of the Kaweab. co-operative ooiooy in Cali fornia to Attorney General 0 ney which shows the spirit that animates the two old parties, bat more especially tne repuou can party, in their dealings with the com mon ceoDle of the United States. It fur nishes another link in the ohain of testimony showing the approach of a mill t&ry despotism. The letter is self-expiana tory and is as follows. Ed. , Los Angeles, Oal , April 21, 1334. To the Hon. Richard Olnv, Attrrncy General of the unitel States, Washington, D. C. Sis: Od behalf of a number of indus trious, law abiding citizens, who earn estly desire to do what is lawful and right, I address you ia your official ca paeity as attorney-general of the United States and respeotf ally ak, in the in terest of law, order and justice, your ad vice and counsel in the premises which I briefly, conserv...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

8 ram advooats CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. Business is improving; confidence is restored. Kansas is now engaged in shaking hands with Missouri across the bloody chasm. Effing Herbert, of the Hiawatha World, ia to be Governor Morrill's pri vate secretary. About forty of the old timera in Kan eaa think thay were built expressly for a United States senator. Mrs. Annie L. Digga left last Sunday for Washington, where she will again take up the work of corresponding for the Advocate. The People's party has polled a greater percentage of the total vote in the state than ever before. In calculating the percentage at different elections, that of 1892 can only be reckoned by the size of the republican vote, as the democrats in that year voted for Populist candidates. A movement is on foot among the Populist senators to have enough of them resign to give republicans full con trol of the legislature. The same spirit eeema to be growing among the holders of appointive offl jes, many of whom are pr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

THIS ADVOCATE 9 Watchman, What ot the Kljht? Editor Advocate: Millions of Amer- ican citizens are to-day earnestly en d savoring to answer this question, as it applies to our social and economic con ditions. To most people the results of the late eleotion are a complete surprise; and the mental state of the electors in thus cast ing their ballots, are wholly enigmatical So far as relates to those states in which the People's party has put forth little effort, most people will agree that the great landslide from democracy to re publicanism, is the result of ; disappoint ment at not receiving relief by an ad ministration overwhelmingly democratic The masses of laboring people, of ne cessity, are in a state of deepest unrest a state bordering on lawless violence, and having little comprehension of the causes of their distress, or of the real character and tendenoy of legislation by both old parties for many years past, they naturally, when disappointed by one of the38 parties, rush to ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

5 10 TISEJ ADVOOATB. I WOMAN AND HOME. i MRS. HARRISON CAUSES A REVOLU , TION IN LIFE INSURANCE. The Fl&Sn Women Women M letter Writer Nerve Needs of Women They Surprised the Doctor A Sermon on Carpet A Married Woman's Name. No moro successful Insurance agent Uvea in San Francisco than Mrs. M. L. Harrison, who handles In that city the woman's department business of tbo Pa cific States Life company. She is the only woman in the country holding such a po sition. Some years ago, having through bereavement found herself thrown on her own resources, Bho turned her attention to the Insurance business. She devoured vast quantities of literature on the atti tude of various companies toward women policy holders and found that in every in stance they were charged at the rate of $5 a thousand more than men were. This . she regarded as rank injustice, and she set about seeing if thero was not some remedy for the statoof affairs. She hunted up statistics and consulted business men on the sub...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

THE3 ADVOCATE. 11 PEACTICAL IDEAS. HOW TO PRACTICE REASONABLE ECONOMY IN THE HOUSEHOLD. The Pleasant Realization of Surplus, When the Time Comes to Flan Without Pinching Legitimate Uses That May Be Made of the Surplus. Foreign writers on domestio economics declare that Americans have no idea of comfort. It is at least suggestive in this connection to remember that "The Co lumbian Asssociatlon of Housekeepers" have discovered that the American family spend a larger proportion of their income upon their clothing than on their homes, and more for the furnishings of their par lors than for the proper equipment of their kitchens. Tho second point, therefore, for the housewife to consider is that the legiti mate use of the surplus is to Increase tho comfort of her home, not the splendor of her own personal belongings. In other words, dainty laces, diamonds and hand some furs should be the last or crowning expression of prosperity, not the first in dications of success. A well appointed ho...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

12 Published November 14, 1334, Snprar 9003. State of Kansas vs. C. W. Myeri. Appeal from Kiowa County. REVERSED. Syllabus. By the Coubt. Hobton, C. J 1. Where a record la filed In this court, con sisting of two volumes, marked one and two, purporting to contain the bill of except ons In the case, certified to and authenticated by the trial judge, who states that the bill of excep tion li contained "In two volumes numbered one and two," In the absence of any proof to the contrary, such volumes will be considered as containing the bill of exceptions so re ferred to. 3. The case of Lauer vs. Livings, 21 Kas., 275, followed. 8. Where the complaint and warrant In a criminal case state in general language the of fense charged against the defendant and such defendant waives a preliminary examination thereon, he cannot be heard, after an informa tion has been filed, setting forth fully and spe cifically the offense attempted to be charged In the warrant, that he has had no prelimin ary exa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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