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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1S98. G GENERAL NEWS NOTES Oregon troops do not want to be mus tered out. Manuel Calerera has been elected Pres ident of Guatemala. Justice White has declined to serve on the peace commission. Mississippi has renominated every one of Its present Congressmen. Spain will naturally favor the Czar's proposition to disarm the nations. General Shafter will soon resume com mand of the Department of California. A son of Gen. Joe Wheeler was drowned while bathing near the camp on Long Island. Yellow fever has broken out among the Immune regiments which have been sent to Cuba. The War department will send a num ber of volunteer regiments to Cuba to do garrison duty. One of the periodical schemes to as sassinate the Czar of Russia was discov ered last week. Secretary Alger is trying to make up with John Sherman. His criticism of Algerism hurts. The South has a thorough yellow fever scare, and cities and States are quaran tining against It. Twenty-five per cent, of the so...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 SEPTEMBER 14, 8 8 to (;) Jil 1&. njiNSf wm Farm Notes 1 From Actual Experience. 1'j MAsr!cu!tuM Is the Host Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." j ueorKe wiwrnnRion. Agricultural College Notes. VALUE OF NEW FEEDSTUFF'S. During the last year Prof. Cottrell, of the Kansas Agricultural College, has had numerous calls from cattle feeders of the State to send them tables of "bal anced rations." In order to compile such tables It Is neceHHary to know the digestibility of the various feeding stuffs. But this has not been determined for some of the principal Kantian feeds, such as alfalfa, prairie hay and Kaffir corn. There have been some determina tions made on alfalfa, but they differ so widely as to render their use impracti cable. The chemical and agricultural departments of the college have been conducting digestion experiments upon the above-named feeds for some time, and the results will be published in bulletins some time during the...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 7 THE LAPAGERIA. On of the Most Beautiful of Cool Green horns Climber. Those who have never seen the lap- agcria in flower have but a poor concep tion of its beauty, as a writer in Gar dening remarks in presenting a lino il lustration of a clnstor cf red and white lapagerias, with information, as fol lows, about the plant: The individual flower is as rich as the most lovely or chid. In those days, when all flowers used either in vases or in bouquets must be long stommod, or at least on their own Btem, the lapageria will not readi ly find a place, but in the very choicest and richest of decorations, to grace a mirror or picturo, it has no equal. It is a cool greenhouse plant, even standing a few degrees of frost without harm, and likes a rather moist atinos LAPAGERIA ROSEA AND ALBA. phere. A temperature of 40 degrees to 50 degrees in winter and as cool as pos sible with plenty of shade in summer will do very well. Lapagerias can be grown in large pots or ...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 SEPTEMBER 14, THE ADVOCATE FOR Tll HOME AND NEWS SHOP AND f AMI OFFICIAL PAI'ER OF TIIK STATE OF KANSAS. PoUSibcd Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kamaa. (JEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Proprietors. BnbflcrlpttoD Rat '.One copy one year by tMU, . In claim of ten or more, by mall, on year, IS cent each. The advrrtirtna rale of The Advocate and New art lino. Entimatsji will be matle and prir fur nUhert on apjAlcatUm. No extra charye for cut, eta. The jmhlMier rrcrve the rlht to reJrH any objectionalile advcrtMna. The rauler of thl paper may consider any atlcertiement which w tvar herein a rereenliny a firm wlume relUUiU KV can be vowlwlfor by the puhliMher. The Advocate wo txtablMirt in 1HH9, and wot eomoWUitcd with The Kama New in ln. The Advocate and New i the official State paper, and ha a Uvratr circuUUion than any oilier Kama weekly whtch receive advcrtUcmcnti. For information reardiny tulmcriptiont and adoeHUing rate, addrt OSIco: THE ADVOCATE AND NE...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 9 I PRODUCTS OF KANSAS LIVE- STOCK. For 1807 the value of animals slaughtered or sold for slaughter In Kansas was returned to the State Board of Agriculture as J37.781.678, and for this year It is $49,123,517, showing a gain of $11,311,839, or 30.02 per cent The increase In value of poultry and eggs sold la $294,736, or 7.65 per cent. A decline In the wool clip from 762,464 to 651,708 pounds brings down Its value from $91,495 to $75,112. These values, together with those of the cheese, butter and milk Bold, com prise the year's income for the products of live Btock, and aggregate $59,393, 913, as against $16,983,922 the previous year, and show a total gain of $12,409, 991, or 26.41 per cent., making the largest amount and largest increase shown for any year In the history of the State. Prior to 1898 the largest value returned for products of live stock was $51, 225,617, in 1893. The largest value previoiiBly returned for animals slaughtered or sold for s...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 SEPTEMBER 14, PUBLIC OPINION to OABOUT Wichita Beacon: It is i a il. rrcrty.tnl gKANbAb. nght monopoly will ask the Legislature, If it ever again becomes Republican, to authorize it to collect a fee for moonlight, and some go so far aa to aak that sunlight be assessed for their benefit. . Bennington Democrat: All kinds of offers of "places" are made to Populists if they will desert Leedy and come out for Stanley; but such suckers are few. Winfleld Free Press: The attack made on Webb McNall by the managers of the Republican campaign Indicates that if they carry the election his policy will be reversed and the insurance companies will be allowed to run the State again. Ottawa Times: Costlgan says that he has 6,000 subscribers paid for in ad vance. We venture that his trip to Wichita and "seeing W. E. Stanley" and back to Topeka and "seeing Cy Leland" had something to do with this lump sub scription. "Your paper is paid for." Mound City Standard: Of the ap poi...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 11 A rnw la the Whit Hou, Standing closer to the president than even Private Secretary Porter It a pleas ant voiced, keen eyed young man who since July 1 has been officially known at the White House as the assistant see- Vp lightens FOR HOME READING r the i, It n Two Voices. A SOUTHERN VOLCVTIER. Yea, sir, I fought with Stonewall And faced the fight with Lee, But If thia here Union goes to war Make one more gun (or me. I didn't shrink from Sherman As he gnllopud to the sea, But if this here Union goes to war Make one more gun for me. j I was with 'em at Manassas The bully boys in gray I heard the thundcrers roarin Round Stonowall Jackson's way, , And many a time this sword of mine i Has blazed the route for Lee, , But if this old nation goes to war , Make one more sword for me. ! I'm not so full of flghtln ; Nor half bo full of fun ! As I was back in the sixties When I shouldered my old gun. It may be that my hair la white Bich things, you know, must be ...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AM) NEWS. 12 SEPTEMBER 14, a w T w O V V V V O W v O V " W V O O O "V v " i" " "V O w V T " THE WAGE EARNER Will Break the Union If Potdlble. Pana, 111., Sept. 9. George V. Pen well, President of the Penwell Mining Company, gave notice to-day that he would open bis mine Monday, but would pay only 25 centa per ton, the price the the Sprlngslde mines. Jle said: "I pre fer white miners If they will desert the union; otherwise I must operate the mine with negroes and foreign labor ers." The miners say they will not accept his offer and will not work under the scale of 33 cents; neither will they de sert the union. This means the Impor tation of several hundred additional ne groes and the retention of two hundred deputies to guard them. Captain D. H. Harris, the controlling stockholder in the Pana Mining Com pany, to-day said: "We Pana operators are opposed to the union as a national body dictating to us how we shall run our business, and we propose, unless they will accept ...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 10 Twenty-second Conies Home. (Continued from page L) strong against him. I believe that if ,v . those Virginia people had been able to get hold of him they would have hung him. We were served with notice of the court martial at 10 o'clock at night and had to go to trial the next morning. The trial lasted about thirteen days and about sixty witnesses were examined, He was found guilty of failing to pre vent the desecration and was sentenced to confinement in the camp for ninety days at half pay. I have never been able to understand why he should have been expected to stop this work, as it is a question in my mind whether a sur geon has authority to issue orders affect ing the conduct of soldiers outside of the medical department The Associated Press and many of the Eastern papers reported that he had been convicted and sentenced to five years Imprisonment, but that was a mistake. The grave was isolated and it is doubtful whether one tenth of the local ci...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 SEPTEMBER 14, :TSfyW . ;:L1!wJ2M.JC - 1 1 READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. The Difference. They tell me I am shrewd with other men. With thee I'm slow and difficult of speech. With others I may guldo the car of talk. Thou wlng'st it oft to realm beyond my reach. If other guest should come, I'd deck my hair And chooHe my newest garment from the shelf; When thou art bidden, would clothe my heart With holiest purpose, as for Ood himsolf. For them I while tho hoars with tale or song Or web of fancy, fringed with careless rhyro Eut how to find a fitting lay for thee, Who hast the harmonies of every time! O friend beloved, I sit apart and dumb, Sometimes in sorrow, oft In Joy divine I My Up will falter, bat my prisoned heart Springs forth to measure Its faint pulao wit! thine. Thou art to me most like a royal guest Whose travels bring blm to some lowly roof Where simple rustics spread thoir festal fare And, blushing, own it is not good enough. Julia Wa...

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. — 14 September 1898

1898. 15 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Writers and Readers. -a s) This department will hereafter be published as a regular department of the paper, and the Advocate and Newt will endeavor to keep Its readers Informed of the best. In the Dew books and the aiattatlnei. A feature will be the attention paid to the literary wen and women of Kansas and other western titates. What the World Is Seeking. A great truth In fact, the greatest truth, the truth of all truths seized on and put into living words and simply but beflttingly told by one who has grasped its significance; such is Ralph Waldo Trine's "What All the World's a-Seek-ing." The title is catching. The world is surely seeking something; there is a vague clutching after something perma nent and satisfying in this life in all parts of the globe, and the more civil ized we become the more restless we seem to be. The author of "What All the World's a-Seeking" has set himself to discover what it is we are seeking and how we may seek success...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 14 September 1898

16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. SEPTEMBER 14, 1893. FOR BALK OR EXCHA NO H. Three Dice elghty sere farms 10 per acre; Improved; want Topeka Iiroportr. Many suburban boiixts, away down, on ongiluie. Any number of aores jrou want, close to the oily, on long time at I) percent. Hey.ral farms, at 1.(0 pr aere, from 40 to 2il) acres, well Improred, long time. Hend me a dexorl pilon of jour merchandise for ale or xohanv.. I always hare customers. John h. Howard, till Kansas Are., Topeka. GUTIIfllE, AUSTII! & 17ILS0I, ATTORNEYS. Real Estate, Mortgage, Road and Commercial lltlgatloa solicited. Eootnandn,8t.mDontBl(3.lTfCCk'A VAC 107 W. BUth Ave,, I UlLIVAf Midi DAVID flARTIN, (Kx-Cnlef Justice of Kansas) ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR. Attention given to business nnder the new bankruptcy law. Uooras 6 and 7, fourth floor, TftBrVl V1UC1C Central National Hank Bldg. lUrLKA, MtlOAwi VVenlsi Ycor tairy M. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, 113-114 West Eighth Ht. Telephone 83. ROOFING. Bteol Standing Seam, Corrugat...

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. — 21 September 1898

r - 1 vV Devoted to me B&r Interests or ft; Home, the 5hop and the ta Tenth Year, No. 33. ?IEELa.VytAtiE TOPEKA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 21, 1898. H Twentieth Goes to Manila. Plans of War Department Changed and Orders to Go to the Philip pines Given. PART OF REGULAR GARRI50N. Washington, September 19. Five regi ments now at San Francisco have been ordered to Manila. Arrangements for their transportation will be made at once. This order includes Colonel Fun Eton's regiment, the Twentieth Kansas. The regiments ordered to Manila are the following: Fifty-first Iowa, Twen tieth Kansas, First Tennessee, F'rst Washington and a detachment of the First Oregon. It was stated at the War department that no exigency had arisen which made it necessary to send the troops now at , Sau. Francisco to, .Manila, but the order issued to-day was in accordance with the general plan of the department reagrding a garrison for the Philippines. That plan of garrison duty included 20,000 men for the Philippines,...

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. — 21 September 1898

3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. SEPTEMBER 21, .t.... j-.TtT,tti,i......,ji,j,.,.,,.,,.,., ,jJ.12jxj-t"i-X' jxX'ri xr jx,iiiixiixi"i,x it ji THE EXPOSITION AT OMAHA, jj A Wonderful Presentation of the Development jj of the Great West. The Westerner who falls to visit the Trans-Mlsslssippl Exposition at Omaha Is missing something worth while. That is the testimony of those who have been thero. The exposition has Invariably exceeded the expectations of the visitor, unless he has already "pumped" some one who has been to Omaha. Tho exposition Is attracting crowds to the Nebraska city, and there Is no doubt that the attendance will Increase next month, especially as far as the farmers talnment near the grounds charge from 25 cents to $1 per day for rooms, and meals can be had near by at from 15 to 75 cents each. A man and wife spend ing a week at the exposition will pay $1 per day admission, $1.50 per day for room and meals; or say $25 for a week's sojourn. They can be even more eco nomical If ...

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. — 21 September 1898

TIIE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 3 Soldiers' Experiences. Some Incidents Showing That Kansas Boys Have Been Able to Mold Their Own. GLAD TO BE HOME. It is no hard matter for soldiers to get on familiar terms with each other. In a majority of cases, the ordinary private don't know the names of one-tenth of his soldier acquaintances. He knows him as Fatty, Shorty, Arkansaw, Grouchy Bill or whatever nickname oc curs to him. The manner in which these names are derived reminds one of the stories of the origin of Indian names. When a pappoose is to be named those in charge give it a name which is sug gested by the first thing which attracts their attention. In this way Man-Afraid-of-his-Horses, Sitting Bull, Willie Musk rat, and Dan Rattling Gourd got their nam;s. Soldiers get their nicknames in much the same way. The first day that the Twenty-second was in camp at Leavenworth a friend was visiting some boys in Company G. The four who messed together in one tent had not been in evidence when...

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. — 21 September 1898

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. SEPTEMBER 21, CONCERNING KANSAS ''''Wl'il1!"'""'"" i I BY J. W. MORPHY. Topeka's schools have an enrollment of 5,508. The Court of Appeals holds that the poll tax law la Invalid. One of Cy Leland's Hons Is a postofflce Inspector In New York. The Topeka Populist flambeau club Is organizing for the campaign. Warden Landls spoke to a good crowd at Clay Center last Thursday. Chester I. Long Is a radical on the question of territorial extension. The dollar wheat Jtepublican states man is not In evidence this year. 1 he Democrat State committee opened headquarters at Topeka Monday. All reports agree that an extra large acreage of wheat is being sown this year. As threshing progresses It appears that the wheat yield has been underestimated. Company 0 In the Twenty-second Kansas has twenty printers In its ranks. A Logan county farmer has had his windmill wheel painted red, white and blue. Abe Frakes, the well known western Kansas Democrat, Is quite sick at Frank lin...

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. — 21 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 5 GENERAL NEWS NOTES The Iowa ami Oregon are to be sent to Honolulu. Spanish victories are still being an nounced in the Madrid press. General Miles is sick with fever. He has been ailing for some time. Colorado- silver men will keep John C. Bell in Congress another two years. General Schofleld has declined to serve on the Alger investigation commission. All of the Spanish prisoners at San tiago have been sent home except eight. Joe Wheeler will be re-elected to Con gress from Alabama without opposition. General Wheeler says that Camp Wi koff will be occupied for a week or two yet. The National Colored Baptist Associ ation will send colored missionaries to Cuba. California railroad commissioners are making an effort to reduce Pullman rates. Governor Tanner has decided that wine will be used in christening the bat tleship Illinois. Maine Republicans suffered a loss of 25 per cent, of their party vote in the recent election. The government will sell the 9,...

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. — 21 September 1898

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. SEPTEMBER 21. 2 2 Notes 1 I Practical Farm From Actual Experience. 4 MAgricul!uM Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Host Noble Employment ol Man' W George Washington. Killing yuack tirMM. Quack grans In. a difficult weed to eradicate, and the treatment which It generally getH makes it ttpread faster than It would If left entirely alone, for If the roots are cut up and dragged about the ground each piece of root will start a new plant. The best way to get rid of It Is to plow or Bpado the ground Ave or hIx Inches deep late In the fall, bo as to turn up the roots, then &A soon as it begins to grow in the Bpring hoe the new Ogrowth off and keep hoeing it off twice each week as fast as it grows until midsummer, when It will become discouraged and die. It cannot make root below ground unless it can also grow top above ground, and by keeping the top constantly cut off as fast as it grows the root will be sure to die. This same treatment will kill Canada t...

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. — 21 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. .608. 7 GRASSHOPPERS. Plowing and Rolling Land Thoroughly im the Fall It the lUtit Remedy. la presenting holpful and timely ootoa on a few of the many insects against which farmers may have causo to hbo preventive measures the Michi gan station advises as follows: The beat known remedy for grasshop pers is fall plowing for the destruction of the eggs. Where this practice can bo regularly carried on over large areas the grasshoppers are not likely to be come troublesome, but thero is always some stump lot or neglected lane which would bo difficult or impossible to plow, or else there is some farmer who will refuse to plow his land, and these lanes and unplowed lots will furnish places for the hatching of enough locusts to infest an entire neighborhood. The eggs are laid in pods containing about 25 or 30 eggs. These pods are made of mucus, which is given out with tho eggs during the process of lay ing and dries down hard, becoming brittle and impervious to moist...

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. — 21 September 1898

3 SEPTEMBER 21, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE FOB III HOWE AND NEWS shop ANDFAPtt OFFICIAL PAPER OF T1IK STATU OF KANSAS. fablhhed Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kaoiaa. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Proprimohs. BatxMirtptlon Kates :-Oru! copy year ''1 mail, $t. In clulm of ten or vxore, by . one year, 76 cent men. The adrcrtiMna rate of The Advoeate and New are UV. Kxttmat.e will he mad and prUt fur ninhed on awriiratton. No extra eharye for rut, etc. The pnblUher retervc the rijhl to rejert any obJoctioiuUiU admrtUina, The muter of thi paper tnay comUUr anu wlpcrt torment whleh ap pear herein w rfiirexentlnu aflnn umme reliabil ity ran he voneheA for by the pvblMier. The AdvoMte vn tuMMird in iWJ. andwtM oonolUlntid with The, Knna New in IK7. The Advocate and New i the offlrUti State ))prr, and ha a turner cirnilation tlmn any other hana weekly whkh restive admiibemeni. For information reyanUnu mUcriptioiui owl advertMny rate, addrt Cfflce: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. (16 ...

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