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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

13 PEOPLE'S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Third Floor Crawford Building. Cor. Fifth and hckton. TorKKA, KanKiw, July 11th, 1W0. To the ineinlwira ( tlitf different organizations coinjxwhitf tha I'eojtlit's Parly of KaiiNUH, greedum: We, your atato coramittM, have maila arrangwnontfl with the publlnlicrH of Thk Advocate and the Kanmin Farmer for a subscription prlco of '25 eontn cmivIi la clubtf of ten or more for four tnonths to cither piiper. Thin will owiblo m to keep before you tho complete campaign work in an olllcial form, all tin uUhcIch inmln on our party by tho partlnan pnws will lo answer!, and you will bo kept thor oughly jxmiUhI on every movement. We feol that thla In by far tho bent means to 11 i$it our battle and to win our glorloua c&utuv. Now, brethren, do not um thia chance to furnmh your mtuubflra with a moans that will enable! them to voto In telligently. Bond In your Bubacriptlons at once. Wo would BiijfgoHt that the amount noceHiiary be taken from your gene...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

UVU tfW.vm AJ Hl p'V.V,x.A..ty.'M Canimrrclal L!k., Cor. 11. h and BI jln Sti., Kami. City, Mil r.ltll.k4 tUi. U.'ti-lu-trfnU tuff 11,'SI. ill Killli .ml nninmivlal llntmhi, rlionoirrnphy Type-Writing, MixUirn LainfimKiia, Prawllilf.eU'., Uiltflii t loweat ra-Uia, I'rnaaivnaard Aliilutfc. Nil Va Hurt. Ckl.nivH)' If"li lrO to Vtalt or ad it Hiin Culli-rM Worn trolntr MlMiMrhiira. iT-I'weuty liah school year begins Hopt. 1. TELEGRAPHY. Our Instltete In the most coinplcto and in Wo thorough, uinl Only I'nu'llealOim In ilm World, write for I'ltriiciitJirH. ,j "guarantee KsItloiis, H0AD3 WANT YOUNQ MEN I W.J. IlOrW, Hupt., Knoi DM jr., Topelttt, K 5 ';mj. I tfie loadlngComniore !, Hliorttwuid, TolctrrapTi anil Penmanship tnullntloi) In Kansas. Rourd from 1.60 per workup. Write us for our Illus trated Journal, tlio most elegant you have seen. full Information. Address v. K. IK I Ait- It jf' vtfi KLU, 1 irluclpal, Emporia, Kan. 4Xt0Uffl Krtok-keejlng. Shorthand. Telegraphing, Pen manship. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

T3MXJ XjJDaOJTTL 15 If OHLY V, - ' V,--.;,.;' J J w PERFECT YJEAf En I M AUK MM TMK '7 Best Oil Tanned Leather Best Steel Wire - I ... ) Farmers, to wi'jin calve iiml ltn mill keep cdwh from stiekln themselves use TY LI'.lt'H II.VI, TKIt WKAN Kit. It In lliu only perfectly harmless W'eaner In existence. It docs nut u'o In the nose, but irocs on like a halter. It does not Interfere with catliiK or drinking In the least. It Is far Urttcr to use ii W'eaner to wean calves and rolts Until to Kt iiui;iU them from the. dams: fur If Ncnaratcd they art liable to run Into win fences unit miller Injury. A W'eaner also rosin less than ii lia It t-r to tli1 (hem :inl It Ii niiii'li better for tliein to run Ioom) In the pasture than to be lleil up. This Is tlio only Wcancr that can lie worn hy u roll. (in iranli'i' and directions on every W'eaner. Ask your hardware ilealer for TYI.K.R'S W KAN MI t. Retail dealers, ask your Jobber for tliein. If tliey do not handle iheiu I will send tliein di rect...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

10 TJ-IX2 JT'VrOOJSJT2 n J ( V w ETAHP to Toe lieldL SEPTEMBER 99 21 mm Ll J Annual Fair Located at 14th and Prospect Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Grounds Locatod at 14th and Prospect Ave. Surrounded by Cablo Lines. For premium list or other information address mm HRUOGD, Pres. SAS PUBLISEHG MOUSE. I'KINTINd, NJHLlSIIINd AND BIN 1)1 NO. CLIFFORD C. BAKER, Prop., - Topoka, Kan. mini;: BKASS FOUNDRY AMI MAdlllNU SHOP. Brass (Mings, Patterns ;il I Of every demTiptioii mailt to onIT, Repair Steam Pumps, Steam Engines, Mill anil Farm Machinery, Manufacturer (if CLARK'S PATENT LUBRICATORS AND GUAGE COCKS. l'r t'Slllltillt'H addh'SH OKO. 2. CLARK Se CO., Nciiso iiHMitlon this paper. B29 Kan. Ave, North Topoka. Kansas. ciii""va O A M in Mil 1 0) HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, eta nil ID V JU iJ J. D. WIENER, Mgr. Over !1,(HK) Allianco members in Keno county, and hundred of them in the surrounding countiow, aro living testimony of the vast pecuniary ben efits our Alliance peoplo dorivo in getting their goods...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

'i (WW -T . r v , o d' ) J t I I t I A', I f s ( J MJ (U U kUmAU Ti f w ..... ,,.., ,...fc......... is. k y Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, SOTKMllKIt 21, 1890. 10 PAGES. WHO IS CRAWFORD? Hc.mij of the Knterpi lslii Schemes of tho Man Who Assails the Character of Col. Tolk and Ral)h Hcaumont The Man Who Makes the Wonderful Discovery that the Secretary of the National Alliance is Kncd In Robbing the People by Selling Alliance Seals for $2.25 and Prepaying Express t'hargcH to any part of the Country. Tho sale of 2,000,000 acres of land to tho government, which belonged to the Creole and Seminole Indian reservation, was surrendered by theno two trlbeB of Indiana to the United StatoB and has boon opened for Bottlement. Theae lands are but Bmall portions of large tracts ceded ia 180(5 for the ubo and occupancy of other Indiana and froodmon of the In dian Territory. In 1873 Cong...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

WOMAN' IN I'OIJTICS. In the course of it conversation in which several ladies were engaged tho win! polltlcd wero discussed, ami I was confronted with tho question: "Are you a politician?" And accompanying the question was a tone ami manner tlmt in dicated that to that mlud at least it waH something almost disgraceful. While I waa not conscious of having done any thing' criminal, I wan suddenly awakened to the fact that an yet it in not univor iiully popular for a woman to have very much to do with pollM H. When It be comes popular, then I suppose it will be tight. I have taken an interest in poli tics ever since I wan young, and expect to be very old before 1 lone my interest la It; and whether popular or not I look upon It as a doctrine In which tlio wel fare of every human being In Involved. Yet my intercut Is not confined to thin one theme, but every issue that arises which seems to ho in the interest of the people, in the upbuilding of society, ami tends to elevate the human ra...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 wnsTKUN ruTonum' joi'knals and WRITKIW. The great force of speakers and writers who nerve the cause of plutocracy all over thin broad land of oura from the At lantic to the Pacific from the lakes to the gulf, are marshalling their forces In thlj to-be memorable atrugglo of thla year of our Lord, ISM. These more or leas subtle foes to hu man liberty In 18H0 were throttled in Iowa and Ohio, and by a clone adhesion to the New England rum forces of lion ton barely saved their governor of Mass achusetts, John Qulncy Adams lirockett. Thlfl year they have boon badly beaten In Ithodo Island, terribly humiliated in Vermont, und saved by boodle and the liquor powtfr In the old Tine Tree state of Maine, where the imperialist, Speaker Thomaa II. Heed himnelf doth rule. Ilia oollenguo, Hon. Soth L. Milllken, became so salubrious on hlBtanvasslng tour from Belfast to Waterville that a mortified friend got him olT the platform where he was billed to speak, and the chairman of the m...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

4 THE ADVOCATE. OKnClAI, 1'AI'K.H K TIIK. KANMAH STATU HAUMmcMAl.l.lANCIC ANIll.N'Dl'HTItlAI.UMIoN. Published Kvcry Wednesday by tlio ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. Mcf.AM.iN, President, f Hole J. I'. iJMKimitNKit, Hum. Manager, V, ..i,...,,. W.T. lUtoWN, Sec'y,Treasurcr, ) 1 1 ' l,u" H Mcl.A.X.M I mum Mlirt. ANNIK L Diddrt . -lM! ()K H(jp,H(.'ltini)N One Copy (no Year ti '10 Twelve copies oho year ,f lo.oo Clubs of Twenty copies or over w fach. Advert Mutf Kate. Display Matter, 15 cents pi-r lino, Agate meas urement (ll llnes-to tlio Inch) Heading Notices, :to cents per lino. Address nil communications to the n.mOTr mini icuiun rn AUVULMIC ruuuinmu vv. Topoka Kama. TOl'KKA, ICAN-.KlTKMnillt 2-1, lH'.X). ( Entered ns second claws niiittor in tlio L'ost OUUie lit Topoka, Kaunas.) HH :CIU,X1JI1 hlHV. Tub AnvofATu A National KonnmiiiHt, ,$l.r Cliiciio Kxpress 1.75 14 Doxlor Frio I 'reus 1.7f Nonconformist 1.75 Kaunas Commoner. ... 1.75 " Toiler 1.KB ' KuiiHim Fanner 1.75 ouic :aniidati:s. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. TIIX ALLIANCK AM) TIIK lU'.OI'LK'S I'AUTY. Wo ar asked to define the relation tf tho alliance to tho people's party. If -Wo understand tho situation cor rectly it is iu follows : In look iiifjr Over tho field in thin state it was dis covered that thoro wero several iso lated organizations practically de manding tho wiiuo political reforms find tho name changes in governmen tal policy. Thoro woro tho Alliance, tho Grange, tho Fanners' Mutual BenofTt Association and tho Knights of Labor. Thoso woro all divided on the old party linos, and voting stjuaro ly against each other for the republi can and democratic tickets, and get ting absolutely nothing in response to thoir demands from either party. It wan clearly seen by all these or ganizations that a continuance of this course would bo suicidal to all labor interostfl. It was seen that while the industrial classes wero casting the ballota that woro elevating men to official positions, thoso same men wero using their posit...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. PLUMB ON ItAKKIl. Senator Plumb writes to 11 gentlo inm in Jewell City as follows: . It would 1) a misfortune- not an overwhelm till one, perhaps, but utII ;i mliifortime -for the lutl of your dliitrlct to olect Mr, Itaker. Ho could not serve anyone or any lntcruKt here un l;i;s he attached himself to one or the other of the great parties. Ho would very probably Join the democrats. In tho south tho Farmers' Alli ance has become a tender to tho democratic par ty. It will have prank-ally no members In tho next congress who do not participate In the counsels of that organization. Like you, I am it protwc tlonlst, and while I fool that the policy has been to homo extent pervert ed, It had been far bettor for the country to have fc-vd tho policy, but I have come to the conclusion t!..t we have had a little too much of protection, and while we Hhould not ko to free trade, at tho mime time we ought to take into more careful ac count tho Interests of the consumers and require ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 7 THE COmCYYILLK DYNAMITE OITUACK. roi.nv, Kan., S'it. H. EoiTon Aivocatk:-WI11 you please explain Jtutt whut ftixl tli reasons for tho ConYyvllIe dy rumtto business for tlm benefit of some of your subscribers that arc not posted on that piece of anarchy; also keep peeking away tit them, as our cuuriu Is RahiliiH MreliKth. Your for tlm alliance, II. II. Hitchcock. In tho presidential campaign pf 1888 Uio Union Labor party devel oped alarming strength in tho htato of Kansas, and fears woro entertained by tho republican loaders that it would defeat their party. The Vincents of Winfield, Kansas, publishers of tlm American Nonconformist, were ar dent BupiKrtern of that party. Kvory moans, both fair and foul, was ro sortod to in tho effort to counteract their influence and stay tho tide of opposition to tho machine. As a part of tho echomo to destroy their influ enco a plot was concocted by somo body to ship them a packago of dy namito,whichwus to bo found in their IK)HHe8s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. '( I'L't. IN0AM.S' ITALIC RECORD. Vc" have been requested by many now ,'. .ribera to republish tho public rec: . wl of Senator Ingalls, m wo ure unable f.irrbh back numbers of tho papers i fining It. Wo shall, in response to j "as request, condemn tho original '.iter and re arrange tho facts for con v i' nlonce of reference. Wo desire to pro i o these articles with tho statement Cut every document quoted in genuine ?.'u beyond question. Wo havo received ft jood many Inquiries concerning thetio 7:1 altera, nuking, among other things, v.-litre tho documents (jtioted may bo found. In answer to thoHo wo will Hay no iv that Mr. Ingalls' ofllclal ads in tho United States Senate may bo found In tho proceedings of that body on tho date Ivcn, and any other doctimmonta quoted va can verify to tho satisfaction of any vhltor to Topeka. The documents from which thoHo mat- r,i aro obtained cannot of course bo itont out to every locality for examination, but were any of our averments...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. eomfl days of the war, yet thin Kansati domi god could turn his lack with a char acteristic malignancy upon it, for the altry expectancy of the olllceof lieuten ant governor, bo that for two Bonflionsof the legislature ho might pmildo over a ICanBaa uennto! And yet in tho face of this history of the Kansas Catiline, men, sis lator Bottlers on the prairies of Knnfma re daily being Insulted through the ig norance, perfidy and venality of a newu ipapor press, circulating over this com monwealth, with the averment that In galla Id the incarnation of goodness and of loyalty. The government at Washington was placed on an anti -slavery platform and tho much despised "abolitionists" were virtually holding the sword and purbo of tho nation In their hands! Hut where, oh, where wan Ingalla, who la now vigor ously fighting "tho southern rebels" as beat ha may? lie was with the so-called "enemies of his country" In direct open opposition to the republicans! Tho Chi cago Tribune, sp...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

10 THE ADVOCATE. COKRESPONDENCE. Hauox.d, Kan., September 8, Editor Adoucatic: -You will please give notice in your paper that the Farm mora' Alllnnco and tho Farmers' Mutual Ikmf ut Association of Hodgeman county, Kansas, have formal a Joint organization for mutual benefit, and that we will put a people's ticket In tho field In thin county. We will hold a poople'B county convention on October i at Jetmore, Hodgeman county, Kansas. By order of said organization. M. T. Rankin, Secretary. Bcorr Citt, Kan., Septombor W Editor Advocatk: Please auk as a favor to me that all parties who have signed for Thk Advocatk through my self and have not recolvod it promptly, will please forward their nameB to me at once for there has boon some one or two lljta lost through the malls, and I will ueo that they got their pajwr. I will Bay to Buch I am very sorry your paper haB boon delayed. Yours In the work, S. M. Scott, IiOcturor Seventh District. Manhattan, September 8. Editor Advocatk: I have just...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. II LIST OK ArrOINTMKNTS. I)U. 0. HOU KI.lt. Sept. 25, Paxico. VAN 1J. rilATHEH. tfept. 27, Downs. I) II. J. If. WALI.TMI. Sept. 27, Medicine Lodge. 8. M. SNYDKU. Sept. 27, Medicine lAlgo. MIIS. PANNIB VICKKKV. Hept. 25, Paxico. Oct. 1, Mound Ridge. " Send In dates for Mrs. Vlckcry. She comes to ua highly recommended. Local committees desiring speakers nhouM not put oft sending in dates too long. As tho campaign grows hotter the greater is the demand. Notice tho Hot of speakers on the cen tral committee's bureau. W. M. Goodner, of Larned, la on our lujt and local committees In tho Sixth and Seventh dlatrlctii should not fall to call him Into tho field. He Is able, ready and willing at a moments notice. Addrena Central Committee, Crawford building, Topeka Kan. Hon. John (1. OIU' Appointment. Hon. John 0. Otis, candidate of the people's party for Congress In tho Fourth dletrlct, will speak at tho following places during tho campaign: COKKKY COUNTY. Le Hoy, Oct. 17. Woverl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

j 2 THE ADVOCATE. CrriCIAL DIRECTORY. 1 ,::'.). AI. FA IC ME KM' AI.LIANCK AND IMU'.HTStlAI. UNION. ' i t T !,. I'otk, Washlmton, 0. 0. , i t( .. (Jcr.t....H. l. Clover. C;imbrMno, lUn. .' itf J. II. Turner, Wimitlntoii, I. ). cr II. V. III'lun.in. luxtv. !t. ( , i :t He Terrell, WauldUKtoii. I). C. ' ..,,1, ''itCowwH-TUrr yean, It. A. rutty, '! , ,. ,j, .i".nj two year, Imikw MH'ruken, , , .; i n ye;ir, I. van Jones, luhlln.Tcx. J, m,. te .V?nmte-!. W. MrCinie. Wash ' ' ', 1. C; Alon.o Wardall, Huron, Mouth i i; J. 1 . Tillman, Palmetto, Tetui. i .VU FAItM KKS' ALLIANCK AND INDUSTUIAL UNION. V ''!-!.t IV IT. Clover, Cambridge, Knn. V ' lToident W. II. Illddbi, Amnmta, Kim. , rct.uy J. II. French, Hutchinson, Kan. " ', ir?T II. lUut'liman, llurrton, Kan. " i in J. I. went, Patterson, Kan. A'ii:.rtr K. A. IUcklnuon, Merhlen, Kan. ;-Vt LKi .rer....Van K. I'rather, Neutral, Kan. ,! ivh'Vwjht J. K. Williams, llcntlcy, Kan. i ?,'t loof keeper... A. W. Taylor. Newton, Kan. v ( ;j'Utrftri;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 1 1 inADOtJ ai vrmi PEOPLE'S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. TfcM Floor Crawford Dulldlng. Cor. Fifth and Jackton. D. A. MULVANE A CO., an) rliKil ii k out f li.im worth of HARDWARE nt cut iirW . They are rliwlnjr. out to QUIT iiiUnknm. 710 Kaniai Aanu. TopiKa, Kantai. Toi'KKA, KAnHiirt, July llth, 1MH). To the mcmbera of the dl.Te.rent oranlzatlona compoNlinf the l'eoplo's Tarty of Kansii i. Kreetlnff; We, your Btate committor, have mado arruntfcmonta wlt.li the puullnhcrs of Tine Advocatn and tho KunHtia Farmer for a Butncriition price ot itf fonts each In clubu of ton or moro for four months to either paper. Thin will onabto ua to keep before you the complete campaign work in an olllcial form, all the attacks nuule on our party by the partlnan prwH will ho anaweml, and you will bo kept thor oughly poutiHl on every movement Wo feel that thin In by far tho beet tin ana to fl,;ht our battle and to win our glorious cause. Now, brethren, do not mIbs thin chanco to furniu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. rritii:jr.M and im-anth. fruit Tm-s and 1'tiif.n, iit-A (Warn, Forest Tree fMltnid. Ijirjtrt anitorUnrAtt. lowest prle 'in. 1 ret-ill at wholesale price. Write for price I f., Address Oko. 0. Hanvoiu, Makanda, J 4.1 k:ion Co., 111. AC sir:;1'. 1 WHICKNHOIWrN. We o.Trr for tint If nil trade a large ami flu utm-lc f every description of Fruit and oniiM'Hi( Trw-i, Mrufm, K-m'N, V(i-., .Vmii fVuivf, llntvt I'LivIm, t'rit-it Trie. XrrtlUno and FurrM Trrs, Hr.tti.itui. Priced catalogue, Kail of HUM), raiilli'il tni-i. I'kIjiMImIumI WMK liiooimmou (phoenix) nursery. Midnky Tuttlk Ri Co., Props,, llliioinlngton.IIl. IflMllE FONT SCOTT, KANSAS. WRITE FOR Of A yi'LL LINK or Kurtery Stock TU'aao mention Tn n Advocate. ESTABLISHED LARGEST IN TIIK WE3T ! OtK NKW LIST JIKKOItK Buying Treoi. 1 j '. sJntmu. i tawanu g.. IL CAKE! . iorz, DTOOIC. Chenper than Com. For sale at export values. Write for prices and circular. teas City Lead and Oil Works, II.ANHAB CITY, MIMHOUKI. 7"1U buy On...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 15 Brass Mas MASS FODHMtY AND MACHINE SHOP. inrttmnrn llntmttnrt llll I 111 II II 1JMIIII III' iQDUMD, 11! Of every deticrlption mailo to ordr. Repair Steam Puis. Steam Ensues, Ell and Farm Machinery. Manufacturer! of CLARK'S PATENT LUBRICATORS AND GUAGE COCKS. For eatlmate s address GEO. 53. OIxA.mC & CO., Iluwe mention this paier. 629 Kn. Ave.. Korth Topaki. Kimai. L A Ial? fcj U (y E 1 B ounty, Township and School District Records anil Supplies, rJlankrj of E3vory Doaoription. GEO. W. CRANE & CO, -r i . . . . . . Send lor Genortl or taw Catalogue. I OOCKa, ranWJ. OITAltANTICICr). Bran anfe ifi ER l0 f 3 (TRADE MARK.) For the Prevention aod Cure of HOG CHOLERA It Is no longer a debatable question as to whether HOQ CHOLLRA can ho pro vrnmf ana evrra. it. inw Iwi'ii irmvn over and over attain that BKAG0ONS SPECIFIC for the yrrvm- tUm and cure or tlie .shw runjm or j( fjuiiifn will inr inul wrrrciit this here tofore unconquerable and devastating disease, when us...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 September 1890

!THE advocate. r"7 H P U u ii' i uj (J ms pyeussiipe bouse. HUNTING, PUBLISHING AND MNDING. OMPPOM) 0. BAKZ.Il, Prop., - Topolia, Kan. Kansas City Stove Works. (J urni; If w I!fnn fifcws, we thhi't wo ran make you such prices a will secure at least a ior r .ncf y;nirtnult If uot the whole. Vvo make full lino of Cooking bloves, Healing blovesand U? have kirxo stork, ami can fill orders iiroiaj itir. V o !.aU be jk amwl to quote rices. (.Ian wo hear from you? Yours AC, KAIF8AS CITY STOVE W0RK3. S In Hi far 8, Are bv far the nmnt commodious and fcer.t rwiKduted In the Mlnsourl Valley, with ample capuri tftir fwVuJrur, wlr;Mt: wd shlpi'lug raUta, hofls, sheep, horses ami mulcH. They are pLuiked i. -i-iM' 'Lont, no jAnia are better watered, ana In none In there a butter system of drainage. The I.' ;t u.it l.):vir price are realized here than In the enitt Is duo to the location at Uicko yards of tj ;i rtw lLii if homes w'.Ui iui wtwd9 daily capacity of 3.mx) entile and 37,310 hoc, and the...

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