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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. I PflPWm u iiiumiiij F1 .VJ .A. s fail to tn mvqs i::a customers. tsd O'eiiilet TAmrr bill Which in now la force, will advance the priooof everything in the Dry Uood and Carpet line from 25 to 100 per Cent. Over rod above pronent prioon, and you c&a re.vt aHured that later in the Boaton you will have to pay very much more for your good. Already our mail in flooded with notices from enntorn manufacturers notify. us of advances in price of their goods of 15, 20, 'JO and 40 per cent. Wo propose to sell our pres ent stock at old prices, Bui we ad vino your buying your win tor supply of Dry Goods and Carpets -A.T ONCE ! As If you wait until later in the sea ; son you will certainly have to We give you few illuntrations showing the di (Terence between our prettent prices and what the prices will be when, we have to re-order. STEVENSON & PECKHAM. Stevenson 3 U AH to With what thsy will b unit? tl;a n:v; n r- n mr I', I El i. : 1 f I , 0 LI Wilt you buy now, or will yc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

ATTORNEY AT LAW Sodgwlck Block, WICHITA, KANSAS. Alliance business especially solicited. I ... v Fl .. in (Uo Ti. A, vocatb. 1 ' 7r.:i& miU;? 'fscK .'. .i Jraitfer aud Fulim fro' Alliums . lliwlirea. Oold Plate, Hard FniuuelT JiiHt out. Mend 25 cents for sample ami wholesale price. Address JEWELRY M F'O CO., Providence, R. I. IK Custom House Ht. I'lease mention thltt paper. TWIIITA AND KOUTHWKMTKKN KKW M:l: !). T. HN'.'H tf, Vaitrliuiry HurK'''0 ln.jTt'itoir,.Nol l'7 H. VVlcElUa .It., (L. 1. (Mi), VvVJilto, U, i!rcder f lmorU,d J)k. I.C'Mi bunr. M. Itcrnards, Newfoundlands, Kntfllwh Coaches, (lerinan, English and Irish Pointers, Ureal, Ianor (ietnian J ur. Eunlluh Mastiffs. HuHTorrtcr and 'ius, Fox Hounds, Ijirgo md Hmall Itlack and-Taml, Irlnh Welters. Klntf f IllH. ClM'kttr lllld Japanese HpaillelS. KUKHBh Shepherds, Mcotcll Terriers, Hairless Mexicans, Poodles Had others always on hand. Address wlttt stamp. Mention Tiik Advooatk. RIVERSIDE HERDS KMtuhllMhfHl 1H0H. Itcauty OHi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. WARREN & THOMAG, DENTIJ3TO, aa Kami. Ave,, North Toix'ka. All work warranted lo gtvo satisfaction. 0. II. Plinth am, J. c. HmithT lrtftlent. Hccrefjiry. TOPEKA WOOD TUMIIHQ CO. Manufacturers of and dealers til Sash, Doors, Honldinis, Brackets, Tercel Work, Store ft Office Fixtures Htalr work and Inferior finish la hard or Hi i ft wood, B18 Van Buren St., . . Topeka, Kan. Please mention The Advocate when oorrea. Dmitng with our advertisers. For liaisfeio Farm Harness AMjIIRKU OSCAlfc K1UUSS, Jobbar and MtnuJuctursr ol nMliry Condi : Ni. 224, Kansas JUanua, Topeka, HJnwa. Kperbd ! wnftin jfivru to mall orders, lure or small, lor anyy.),) In the Umof, saddlery, leath er, l lir.-id, Necda.. Awlj, etc. HUUj what you want and I furtdih prices. TH1C ' ACM Ii:" AGRICULTURAL BOILER for Cooking tmi lor Stock, Heating Water n Cafiortding Stuam lor Varloui Purposoi. For descriptive Circular and Price l,nt, address the matin- nw Hirer, C. II. V. DICKINSON. Itnliuniuoo, Mich, I ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. ,OW RENT! SMALL EXPENSES THE DISPOSITION TO GIVE VALUES ! Buyi a Nuat Fitting IC.CO Suit. Get an Ironclad 13.60 8ult. 0ni Cold Roltor 1 1 0.00 Suit. Posmuca a Flno Square Cut 113.60 Suit. Showi Vulutf In our $10.00 Overcoat. Your Cain In our $3. CO Overcoat. Coed Vatut In an All-wool 12.50 Pant. Wa can 8ava you 23 par cent, on Boys' Suits. Sella the Bett Overall at 60c. All of thcae for buyjiV economy at "ul3 '.1 59 Mail orders sent on approval.' mm, 120 East Cth St., Topcka, Kan. m ti III HI !l II P7AMOAO mini IOM1P r 1 ft 1 f i ID il l X t l h l l R a PRINTING, PUItMNHlNU AND HINDING. CLIFFORD O. BAKER, Prop., - Topoka, Ean. Ccunty, Township and School District Records and Supplies. Dlunliti of Evory Doooription. GEO. W. CRANE & CO., Snd lor Qenetrjl or a Law Catalogue. Topeka, Kansas. THE LON ROARS ! We most cordially Invito the farmer and hi friends to call and Inspect our hirirn Km! well se lected stock of Dry tloods. Notions, dents' Furnishing: dwh, etc., etc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

mm ('A f) 77) -V O Ah it I y if 7 7' . J, r y A - Jl Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 10. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2!, 1000. 10 PAGES. DISCISSION OF MIIS. M. K. LEASR AND MISS MINKRYA WALK Kit. QricsTio.v: Itesolvod, Tliut tho republican jKirty h;is hecn false to Its platform from IM) to im liu'IiiKtvt. That Its legislation has tended to enrich tlio few and Impoverish the many, and that tho repiihllcan party Is solely responsible for the deplorable financial eonditlon of the country. mus. i.kakk'h hkcond akticlk. To tho Kdltor of Tiik Akvocatk. The H.-iftoity whether prompted by cowardice or Ignorance that has bo far kept any republican in the Htate from joint discussion with me, seems to have completely deserted the partisan tools In the office of the Graphic, who In their zeal to follow the teachings of America's greatest anarchic, J. J. Ingalls, prepare not only a graveyard for common se...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE McXlnloy tarilT bill. Tlwri la P'imhI Ut that v.mm h( i r iif.;t.titriliH act. The very men who arn the Instigators and ii iKicnor poopio 's party are responsible I this much abused credit net. AM Hero they are driven to cover, Hero they boin to realize thut they are la a close corner, bo true to their old tar tics, they (Jintort the truth ami seek to dt vert attention by Btriklng ut tho demo cratn. I-et us cull upon a republican wltnon. The hard ttmoH mul itrlnurency of tho mom mm kut U In pursuance (if the cherished policy o thu bondholder t utorial to by the republican party, lliey rever have In any ono lnstan h'ii'thrt war closed undented a measure of li'f.Hliitlitn willed !hl not Involve contraction Tho liomU originally payahlo In Krecnbackii wrest only, puyablo In coin - with payable by tbfl Hi't of Aliiicli, lw;ii, In coin. Over a billion of KrrtMibackH wore destroyed to resume, specie paynicnr,. in ih.o liih rermidiiiK act provided that the boii'lM Issued thereu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 1 B 1 11(100 PI i The Citizens of Jefferson Co., Irrespective of Party, do Honor to tho Chosen Leader of the People. Republican Charges Against llr. Willits Examined and Proven to bo False in Each and Every Particular. J, B. Johnson, Hudson and Roberts and their Infa mous Lies Cannot Over come tho Will of tho People. Read What Mr. Willits' Neigh bors Have to Say, and Then Vote for "Tho Man of tho People." A grand masH meeting of the citizens of Jefferson county, wan held at Oskaloosa, on the evening of the 22 InBt., to give ex pression to the Indignation of the people of the county that has bo many times honored Mr. Willits, at the malicious at tacks of his political enemloB upon his character. Notwithstanding but a single day's notice was given of the meeting, every part of tho county was largoly represented, and Critchrield's large opera house was literally packed, and one of the significant features of the meeting was that it was composed entirely of votors. The a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

4 THE ADVOCATE, i riZs oMiwuvm FuLlldned Every WedncwLiy by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 8. McLai.uv, Iteslilcnt, J J. 1. Li MKKiitN icit, Hint. MAnuj!r, V. T. Muown, Heo'y Treasurer, j B MCULLIW i Mux. Annik L, Dmkih i 1-,,ltori Hole roprlctors INrOUTA.1T TO A I) V Kim HE ILS. Tint Advocatk now has tho largest circulation of any paper in tho stato of Kansas and you will do well to consider thin fact if you wish to reach tho greatest number of readers at tho smallest exponso. Our subscription list and jKwtago bills aro open for in spection. Wo challenge comparison. THE CLONK OK THK CAMPAKJ.N. Tho present issuo of Tiik Advocate 18 tho last that will roach our readers beforo tho election, Wo have a fow closing suggestions to which wo ask special attention. lirst: Wo would call attention t tho fact that no republican papor nor republican stump speaker has tompted to discuss tho principles of tho St. Louis platform. They hav an totally ignored it as though it hai no existence. 11 1 T 1 1...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 5 THE OUKilXAL l'A( KA;K HOI SK.S. Those dens of iniquity aro regard ed ah ft bonanza to the henchman of tho republican party. Thoy woro brought hero fur a definite purpose, and thoy aro being made to servo that purpose well. Wo called utton tiou last week to mouio factrt relating to their return to tho state that aro woll known to all citizens of Topoka. There in no doubt that there wan a porfoct understanding from tho court down to tho original package agent, what tho decision in tho Kohrer tost case would bo; and tho entire ma chinory of tho grand old party that has ho much prohibition in its plat form, was all in roadinoss to utilizo this decision in moro ways than ouo. The circulars issued by tho repub lican state central committee, appeal ing to tho voters of tho state to rally to tho support of tho republican party as tho great and only prohibition party in Kansas, were printed and in readiness for distribution before tho decision was rendered. How did this comm...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

G THE ADVOCATE, THK CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. In the heated controversies arising in tho course of thin vory unusna campaign, wo should not overlook the fact that there aro certain questions upon which wo aro expected to reu der a verdict, am'do from thorn in volved in tho election of our chosen candidates for oflice. Two aracm monts to tho constitution aro submit ted for ratification or rejection by tho people. In considering thoso fairly wo ahonld remember that they aro in no sonso party measures. Their adoption or rejection haw no flignili canco in relation to tho issues of the campaign and can by no moans bo intorprctod as a triumph or a defeat of any party. Mon of all parties may and undoubtedly do honestly differ as to tho necessity or tho propriety of tho adoption of either of them. Ah we stated wo should do two weeks ago, wo havo given theso amendments conaiderablo thought, and made them subject of a special investigation in order to bo ablo to express convic tionfl that wo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE, 7 sw:rkt poiiTirs. So ranch is being nail recently in relation to Mvrot i clitics, nnl so fiorco have Umh tho JonijilH of the Bocrwy of tho republican lenfjuo that wo aaiu call attention to tho an Bociatod prrsH diHimtchoH of Moptom br Hnl, and repeat tho inquiry wo havo mado boforo who woro thoso follows iwsrmblod at Saratoga on this ocenaion, and what woro thoy doing T Wo havo asked thono inontionn bo foro, bat for nomo remon they recoivo no answer. Our enemion are so busy in vilifying private character that they have no time to answer questions of this kind. 1'erhapn they will havo moro leisnro after election, and wo shall not cease to prons theso quon tions home to them when they do havo timo to answer. Vfo give them ono moro opportunity now. KK1M III.K'AN I.KAUI'K ( I I Its, HAlt.v roiiA, X. V'., Sept. 3. "Tim executive committee (if the national league of republican clubs met this morning In secret session. The Hiib-eominlttee met Just before anl adjourned until ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

8 THE ADVOCATE. THE PKUVEJISELY BLIND. Tho republican press Utoo porvoreo to over mako a fair statement of any kind concerning aa opposing party. Wo do not ex poet it. A groat howl is mado bocauso tho Kansas State Al li&nco toot no action upon tho ques tion of original rackntros. It will of courso bo useless to remind tho gen tlemon who do tho lying and misrep resentation for these partisan shoots that tha allianco in not tho pwplo's party, iind that tho Kansas Stato Al liance that met in Topeka on tho lfith wan in no mrnso a people's party con vention. Of course this statement will bo ridiculed bocauso it does not Buit tho republican rnanagors, to roc Otfnizo tho truth or to deal honestly with any party. Tho pooplo's party as orgnnizod at its regular convention is componod of all tho induotrial organizations of tho ctata, and Mr. 9. W. Chase is at pres ent its official head. Tho Kansas State Allianco had no rnoro authority to act upon any question of party policy than tho Knigh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 0 i Valentine and llorton. Let Kansas peo plo think of Ilrewer'a utterances: The defendant, JVtor Muglor, may have the boor for hi own consumption. (Ho was ruuuing a brewery at Salinn.) It cer tainly iK not shown or ul I'uri that ho Jul not, hh J in a criminal proet eding it is not t) bo rrtuiiuMl that defeni'jmt has duin wrong. Ami I have yet to bo conviucod that the legislature has the power to pre scribe what a eitien shall eat or drink, or what medicine ho shall take, or prevent him from growing or manufacturing that which his judgment approves for hi own use in food, drink or medicine. The denial of the use of the defendant of his building and machinery suitable for the purpose of manufacturing beer hnu thus practically deprived Kim of $7,M)0. In it any womlor at all that thin man ihouM have been transplanted from the Kansas supreme court to that of judge of tho circuit court of the I'nited Statin for tho eighth circuit? And need It have been any surprise tliat he...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

10 THE ADVOCATE. rjA'PARALLELLED RnNJIlLICAN DEFEC TION IV KANSAS. For the eecond time In the political history of Kaunas, a itoro defeat awalf.i the republican candidate for governor. Under the weight of a "third tarm" cm dldaey, with the present chairman of tho republican fctato central committor, moat violently, aa a state Senator, opposing or ganic and Rtatutory prohibition; with the senior United State Senator from the utate, laughing prohibition to scorn, eu logizing (?) lta defenders aa "long hairod men aad short haired women the un Bexed of both sexeB," etc., and possibly John P. St. John, rather too much de voted to the Interests of the railroad cor porations, having received 42 per ceut. of the popular vote. This ovent of political significance in 1882, will vastly more than repoat ItHolf in 1890; for In addition to the defeat of republican state ofllceni this year, there will be an overwhelming number of republican nominee for Rep renentatlvea to the state legislature, wh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. CORRESPONDENCE. At a regular nioetiug of the Pleasant Hidge Alliance No. 1193, Washington county, Kaunas, October 11, 181K), the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whereas, Certain organs of the old par ties dodk'u the issues of the cnrnpfiitfn and dovote their enertfie to the vituperation and slander of the alliance, its raem hern, of ficers and candidates, and Whereas, We regard it as poor policy to furnih ammunition to our enemies, there for bo it KcHnlml, That wo adopt the resolutions adopted by the Cunningham Alliance No. 7tl.'l, Fluvianna coiiuty,Vir;:inia, an published in the National Economist of September 30, IS'M). Jomki'H Kolih, President. J. T. 11o.moahhk.ii, Hecrotry. Vasmar, Kan., October 14, 1H90. Kuitou AivocATK:--ThP following resolution wan ndoptod by tho Ohuc County Alliance, at a regular meeting held In Hcrantou, October 10th and 11th: Whereas, It is boinif circulated through the pnms and otherwise, the statement that there ha been an a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

12 THE ADVOCATE STARTLING FACTS REVEALED BY THE CITIZENS' ALLIANCE UUJIEAI.'. Ths Country Given Nwcrplnx Majorities for Willi!, While the Clll.nm' Allliinro IIoIJ Do A n RobliiHou'H ami Humphri'' Major! blithe Cities mul TowiiH-IInniplirfy'K H ret rit'dftPN to the KcHiiluitlHHlon KmiM! runs, nnl Hlhis' Dirty Work, Cituinurrd With Willlta' Clean Canvas -The Rcconlu- Kt. John Interviewed -Chairman CIiuhc'h Ac tlon functioned. IJut few pcfjpjo, evon of our own party, know the amount of work done in thin campaign by the 0. A. bureau, in obtain iug facta and aecuring information. Suf fice It to say that we aro probably the beBfc organized and have the beet man in every precinct in tho Btate who have been buay collecting facta, of which we can only give ft part to the public at this time, flo well has this work been done, that almost every movement of tho re publican and democratic county central committeea In the state have boon learned by our reportorn, and even tho Bocrct Bu nions of t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 13 KANSAS CITY. '".'yi'.'C'.'iLfc t: I'-, " DHY GOODS t , . ' NoiSom, ; ? s Cloakt, Wraps, Millinery, . ' Shooi, Bol' Clothing. Mount Furnishing, Crp?j, Crockery, tic, Ctc, Eto. Ol'U NKW ATOItK. SliePPIHGJL Ml ! READEK, do you livo outmdo of Kanaaa City? Thou wo havoamca fijitfG for you. Wo winh to tfivo you tlo aarno privileges of our irainonso cat&b linhment na we do thono iivinf ia tho city. You can ordor by irmil whatever you want and o will Borvo you ili woll as if you camo to tho store in pemon, anl when you rocoivo the goods you order, if thoy do not suit, you can cnd thoin back at onco and wo will return your money to you. vVo do this to protect you in trading by mail. Ovor twenty-five yearB of Bnuaro, upright dealing has won for ua many friendrt. Wouldn't you like to enjoy the privileges of tho Uig New HtoroT Pleaso mention The Advocate. CORRESPONDENCE. Hakvktviu.c, Kan., October 21. Editor Advocate: Tbe report baa been circulated &11 over the country ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

J 4 THE ADVOCATE. I'L.iTl'OKIM OF TIIIC I'EOrLK'SrAnTY, Tie prople'a party of Knrmi, lif Mesrnl ooa .'ifjiu AxKi'iiilh'd, rwojjut.u Almighty ;wl aa Ihn rUhtful sovereign of n&tloim, now whom Hit jin.t (inwiri of irovernment aire derlvnd ami to wiioHii Hill all human enactment outfit Ui con form; and, whrrraa, llila convention u comported of mcni'jvrd froi.i uil ahudea of political boiler and, wtii-ri'iiN, wit have a,-:rml tfiat tha (trcu mi.ll.iri luluir I. ...I I ... ,i,i,v t t..n ...! II nance are the economlo quemUoua before the country ami me wuim. Therefore we Net forth the followlti; an the RTeut unclorlylnir principle ol the qnwllori afore mua ana exempted in the Ht, Loula demaads. I. A BOH, IaTwt It the berlnnlnir of projrm, the founda. tlon ol wealth, and the laborer u rnnr.icd to a flood living and a futr ahare of the pro'JU which rivuilt fruni hla labor. rtecond The una of labor iirlrr machinery ahould afiorti'fi the hour of toil ana luure to Hie benetltof Unemployed ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE r .A Till! ACMIC" AGRICULTURAL BOILER For Cooking Ftad tor Stock, Hunting Water anil Cenautlng Steam for Various Purposes. For descriptive circular and l'rloo 1.1st, address the uianu- f;u.tiin'r, C. II. W. DICKINSON, KaluiitM, Mich, "J if IXLWIND HILL OVER 20,000 IN USE. The Company hilvlmr iIImiu-iiuhiI with tr&vellDgL salesmen, will ap point reliable Uh vid agents. Fur- chailng agents of AllUuwe ;r-( fertd. Send for Catalogue desert ptl ve of Power Engine, Shellert, Grinders, Pump Plpei, Tanks, Etc. Also Patait Lhubln-IUm TirtttrSlat Whctl. Th3 Pltelps & Blgslov iki Hill Co., 1215 Wsst 9th St., Kansas City, Mo. Mention Tiik AnvoCATK. WAEREIT & THOX1AS, DI21TTICTO, KJU Kaua. Ave,, North T05M ka. rwt onion uuiidinK All work warranted to give satlsftwtlon. WICHITA AND HOUTHWK.STKICN KKN proprietor. No. m H. Wichita .St., T II. Wichita, K.1. Hreedor of imported loui. lieon- burg. bt. Hernaids, Newfoundland KngiUh UMicnes, tiernian, hngiNh ami I null rolnicrs,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE jj, j ;! pi' J""1 ra" K'. rll't now, SUITS AMD OVERCOATS ! liul!t to lv value; no f;ficy fixtures to pay fur; showing clear through LOW EX TENSE J'KICES ! 1'nko n Httlnt ut 13 JliUfeJ'b r" sv-t - v AH-Wool fH.M) Iron Clad Halt I A $".W) Double Hreasted Heavy Overcoat ! 120 EAST SIXTH AVEMUE, - TOPEKA, KANSAS. mm publisi 0 -OUSE WHNTINO, PURLISIIINO AND MINDING. CLIFFORD C. BAKER, Prop., - Topoka, Kan. County, Township and School District Records and Supplies. IMunkD of TLvory IDoooription. GEO. W. CRANE & CO., tend for General or Law Catalogue. Topoka, Kansas. Mil. HESSE & CO., COMMICOION. 117 N. PAIN St., ST. LOUIS, li Reference: Third National Hank, St. Louis. DIRECTLY WITH THE and Save Middle Profits ! . Kmtahuhiik.i) JN 1 M72. 200 ACRES OF CHOICE TREES AND PLANTS ' Suited to Kansas and ready to soil. 3TGCK TRUE TO NAME. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Ijirujo stook of Forest Seedlings Rt low mton, and to responsible parties on time. Correspond at once before rimli ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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