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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 13 18D8. waived by the special appearance of de fendant to move that the service be Bet aside nor after such motion Is denied, by his answering to the merits. Objection to the Illegal service Is considered as aban doned only when the party pleads to the merits In the first Instance, without insist ing upon the Illegality." (Harkness v. Hyde, 98 U. S. 47tf.) 2. Garnishment does not lie In an action to recover the statutory penalty for neg lect and failure to discharge a real estate mortgage which has been fully paid. 3. In order to support service by publica tion against a non-resident defendant In at tachment proceedings, the allldavlt for Buch service should show that the defend ant has property within this State subject to attachment. A true copy. Attest: Seal. E. J. WESTOATE, Clerk. State of Kansas, ss. 1 E. J. Westgate, Clerk of the Kansas Court of Appeals, In and for the Western Division of the Southern Department thereof, do hereby certify the above and ...

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. — 28 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 SEPTEMBER 28, 4- , 0 f :;:S,375 READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. A Song of Liberty. Across tho land from strand to strand loud ring tho bulo notes, And froedom's smile from Isle to lata Llko froedom's banner floats. The velve vales sing "Liberty I" To answering skies serene. The mountain sloping to tho aoa Wave all tbolr flags of green. The riven numlng to the deep Tho Joyful notes prolong, And all tholr wave In glory leap To that immortal song One aong of liberty and Ufa That wan and la to bo Till tyrant flags are trampled rnga And all tho world la free. It rises, and an eoho cornea From chained and troubled tolea And roara like ocean's thunder drums Whore glad Columbia am ilea; Where, throned and great, aho aita In atota Fenoath her fling of sturs, Be. heroes' blood the sacred flood That orlmsonod all its bara. Hull to our country I Strong she stands Nor fears the war drum's beat, The aword of freedom In her hands, The tyrant at hor feet I F. L...

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. — 28 September 1898

16 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. fj FOR Yjy THE WOMEN X OF THE FAMILY i y One Word. "Write ine an epic," the warrior said "Victory, valor and glory wed." "Prithee, a ballad," exolaimed the knight. "Prowess, adventure and faith unite." "An ode to freedom," the patriot cried "Liberty won and wrong defied. " "Give me a drama," the scholar asked "The inner world in the outer mailed." "Frame me a Bonnet," the artlnt prayed "Power and puaaion in harmony played." "Sing me a lyrlo," the maiden sighed "A lark noto waking the morning wide." "Nay, all too long," said the busy age. "Write me a lino instead of a page." Then swift years spoke the poet heard "Your poem write in a single word." Ho looked in the maiden's glowing eyea, A moment glanced at the starlit skies From the lights below to the lights above, And wrote the ono word poem Love. Wallace Brace. Self Control. Noted physicians tell us that anger is as injurious to a person as a dose of poison, and that a man who can afford to be angry...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 28 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 SEPTEMBER 28, 1898. nOR BALE OR EJCUANGK.-Tbrea nice eliifctr ROOFING. . . i.1 Mr farms UOparaore; lmprovad; wantTopasa onDurtT. Manr sabarban bum, aw.rdown, oo 4 it f long time. Any camber of aoras 70a want, elosa to Steel Standing Ream, Coiruyuted.V Crimp ftuberold. Ark limnd Prepared felt, 1 & a ill nnftETfctri w niPMn nnrtrt- EL I tne city, on long lira at Bpareant. narar-i iarms, at 140 par acre, from 40 to MS aores, well Improved, long time, Band ma a dosorlptlon of your nterabsndlsa for UeaTlest, Strongest, Elest. I 9 1 Mled ready for dm. Olowy WJ;S ri-f black fliilnh. One gallon will aia or exobanffa. I always Dave easKiiners. jona I Howard, 401 Kaniaa Ave., Topeka. f cover ouu suuaru rout or aur- V '1 , GUTIiniE, AUSTIil & VILS01I, ATTORNEYS. Real Estate, Mortgage, Bond and Commercial litigation soncitea. Boomi 9'and 11, Stormont Bldg., Tfi D E V I If A C 107 W. Blith Are., I UrM KAdi DAVID HARTIN, (Kx-Cblef Jostloe of Kaosaa) ATTORNEY and ...

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. — 5 October 1898

Devoied to me 5e$r Inieresfe dr rheTiome the 3hop and the arm Tenth Year, No. 40. SIRWiVA'Z TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 5, 1898. C2jn rSrV' i i Kansas Bids Wei come to Hawaii. Miss Anna Rose, of Hilo, Hawaii, Conies as Queen of the Topeka Fall Festival and Captures All Who See Her. STATE REUNION SUCCESSFUL. A brilliant idea, evolved by the Kan sas brain of John F. Waters, of Topeka, was all that made this year's Fall Fes tival at Topeka a success. He proposed sending to our new Territory for a Queen to rule over the festivities. The plan was at once taken up and Miss Anna Rose, of Hilo, Hawaii, came 5,000 miles at the Invitation of the Carnival Knights. She was feted and greeted by crowds all the way from. San Francisco to Topeka; At the former city the Kan sas troops vied with the. citizens in pay- J 1 ji'i ' V",. , ' ',. MISS ANNA ROSE. Queen of Topcka's Fall Festivities. ing her homage. At Hutchinson she was given a reception, and at all the Kansas stations there were crowds to greet...

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. — 5 October 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. OCTOBER 5, Twenty-first is Back Again. Returned to Kansas Last Week and Camped at Leavenworth. THE SICK COME TO TOPEKA. Leavenworth, September 29. The Twenty-flrst Kansas regiment of volun teers arrived here yesterday from Lex ington, Ky. The first section reached the city at 4 o'clock a. m., the last com ing In at 8:30. The first section carried seventy-two sick, twenty-two of whom had typhoid fever. Coffee and sandwiches were served the soldiers by the citizens and later the regiment, commanded by Colonel Fitch, marched through the streets to camp, cheered by thousands. School chlfdren bearing flags lined the streets for sev eral blocks. The sick will be taken to Topeka and sent to their homes as fast as they become convalescent. A train load of sick soldiers from the Twenty-flrst was sent to Topeka. There were eighty soldiers on the train In six Pullmans. The United States gov ernment ordered the sick to Topeka and their transportation was paid to that po...

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. — 5 October 1898

1833. 3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Charged With Murder. (This article, which has been widely circulated and has had Immense In fluence In aid of the cause of temperance, has been printed by the Kansas State Temperance Union for free distribution and will be supplied in any amount simply for tho cost of mailing, 50 cents a thousand.) "Prisoner at the bar, have you anything to say why sentence of death Bhall not be passed upon you?" A solemn hush fell over the crowded court room, and every person waited In almost breathless expectation for the answer to the Judge's ques tion. The Judge waited in dignified silence. Not a whisper was heard anywhere, and the situation had become pain fully oppressive, when the prisoner was seen to move, his head was raised, Is hand was clinched, and the blood rushed into his pale, care-worn face. Suddenly he arose to his feet, and In a low, firm, but distinct voice, said: "I have! Your honor, you have asked me a question, and I now ask, as the last favor on ...

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. — 5 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 OCTOBER G, CONCERNING KANSAS .. . : i ,.t,v ' , ..tft-mtr rl'i-'V "''''"'V'riWItV.'..: W':mmM - BY J. W. WORPHY. The second edition of tho Populist hand book is now off the preHs. No Republicans are talking about re pealing the revenue stamp act. Is it to last always. . Judge Foote has returned from the East and will put in his time in the cam paign until election day. The Twenty-second Kansas will again be in camp October 13, as the furloughs all expire at midnight of that day. Major Harvey has visited in Topeka during the past week, Major Doster hav ing relieved him from duty at Camp Llndaey. lliawatha had the largest crowd of people at the Woodman log-rolling last Wednesday that has ever assembled in that city. The vacancy In the office of secretary of the State Agricultural College will not be filled until the November 15 meeting of the Regents. Senator Harris has returned from the East, where he has been attending his sick soldier son. The latter 13 now...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 October 1898

5 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THAT STANLEY-RICHTER CLUB. Railroad Employees and the Railroad Which Is Not In Politics. Republican, napers have been making a great deal of the Stanley and Rlchter . Railway Employees' Club of Emporia, which Is said to show the great enthu siasm of the railroad wage-workers for Stanley for Governor. A member of the dub contributes the following to the Emporia Times: "Well, Mr. Editor, it may Interest the readers of your publication to hear from stnnlcv-Tllr'hter railroad club. I am a member. Joined it for a good many reasons which I trust to make plain to every one. We started out with an overilow of enthusiasm. Welsmeyer car-' ried an enrolling blank to which we at tached our names. The boys here think so much of John they could not refuse. Your readers will remember the sound money club we organized here two years ago and the large float we stretched across the street calling attention to our club room. We held numerous meet ings and received loads ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 October 1898

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. OCTOBER 5, & TPt .A u w Tk T J I i rmaicm rami iwues From Actual Experience. S "Agriculture Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." V George Washington. jS A Large Silo. The largest ello la the world Is B.ild to bo In Jefferson county, Wisconsin. It Is elxty-two feet In diameter and forty- eight feet high. It cost $3,000 to build It It takes 200 acres of heavy corn to fill It. It Is questionable If such a large alio Is as convenient or useful as several smaller ones which In the aggregate would hold the same amount. It would undoubtedlycost more to build the sev eral smaller silos than a single large one but the convenience In location, filling and distributing the contents would be greatly In favor of the smaller Hilos. Meat Famine In Germany. Germany'B discrimination against our pigs and cattle has Inflicted on her some thing like a meat famine. The price of all varieties of this commodity has ad vanced bo much as to impo...

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. — 5 October 1898

7 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. SHIPPINGS PACKAGES. A Popular Basket A Good Fro It and ' Vegetable Currier. One of the editors of The Rural New xorner, wno Keeps an oosorvanB eye upon the marketnien of New York city, has recorded what he has seen recently in the way of shipping packages bandied by them, giving illustrations of the same: Figure 1 shows a round basket which has come into quite general use, espe cially with southern shippers during the past few years, and which is certainly a model. The Banio style conies in two sizes, what is known as the l.alf barrel basket and the third barrel banket, the capacity being indicated by theso words, A NEAT BASKET FROM THE SOUTH. though some of the baskets look as though they had shrunk. The banket is very strongly built and is covered by a slatted cover well fast3ned on. It is used by the southern shippers for string beans, peas, new potatoes, onions, squashes, as well as for apples and some , other fruits and vegetables. It presents an ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 OCTOBER 5, THE ADVOCATE FOR M HOWE AND NEWS SHOP AMI f AMI O0T1CIAL PAPER OF THE STATIC Or KANSAS. Pril!shed Every Wednesday, it Topeks, Kioms. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Pbopriitoiis. nbwrlptlon Rates: One am one year hy mail, . In elu of Un or more, by maU, on year, 75 Mill each. The advertUing rate of The Advocate atul Newt are Una, Ettimatf will he mwle ami price fur niahul on amtlicatUm. No extra charge for cut, etc. The pnftlMier write the right to rrjert any objcctionalile adnertUing. The muter of thi paper may coneldcr any atlvertUnnt.nl which ap pear herein an representing a firm whoe relUmil tty can he touched for hy the mbliher. The Advocate wo ttahliheA in MHO, and wa coneolidalcd with The Kama New in IK7. The Advocate ami New U the official SOU paper, and ha a larger circulation than any other Kaiuiat weekly which receive advertisement. For inftrrnuvtUm regarding Kulmriplvmt and advertising rate, aiUlrc Office THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS....

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. — 5 October 1898

0 1898. THE LEAGUE FOR SOCIAL SERVICE. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. The object of the League Is to educate public opinion and the popular consci ence, from the enlightening and quicken ing of which must come every needed re form, whether moral, political, Indus trial or social. It Is the further object of the League, therefore, to afford a me dium through which an aroused public sentiment can be brought to bear quickly and effectively on legislation. The names of the men and women on the committee of direction and the Ad visory Council, representing various in terests aiid sections of the country, are a guarantee for the policy of the League. The officers are Josiah Strong, Pres ident; William II. Tolman, Secretary; Spencer Trask, Treasurer. The Committee of Direction consists of Washington Choate, Mary Lowe Dick inson, William B. Howland, John W. Kjelgaard, Robert C. Ogden, Margaret E. Sangster, Albert Shaw, Mornay Wil liams, and the officers ex-offlcio. Among the members of the Advisory...

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. — 5 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 OCTOBER 5, I VOICE OF THE PEOPLE I It la the delr of the editor to maintain thU department a the mont Important In the paper. Opinion expreaaed In the cum manlcatioa are thone of the wrlten, not of the paper lUelf, and the tlgnera of the arti cled are reaponalble for them. The Advocate and New Invite exprnloii of opinion from every reader, stipulating only that they shall give the alncere view of the contributor, and not Inalittliig that they shall conform with the peraonal view of the editor. The freeat exchange of view I Invited. What Populism Stands For. DANIKI. T. UOSB. Note. ThlH contribution 1 a contlnua tlon of ono under tho name heading pub llHhed In tho preceding Installment of corre spondence. The third grand principle of Populism Is that of finance the money of the country. Our currency has been tampered with by legislation until to-day we have no solid, firm system of finance. Silver has been destroyed, as well as greenbacks and treas ury notes,...

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. — 5 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 11 la nothing more unjust or unreasonable than taxing money. Again, what Is the use of taxing Interest bearing obligations? It only adds to the rate of interest. What Is the use of assess Ing merchandise? It only adds a little more In cost to the purchaser. The same with the whole list of personal property taxes are all pushed oft until they reach the producer. The poor, gentle producer pays It all, as well as giving tho assessor several mil lions for going on his torn-fool errand. The single tax comes nearest to being a scientific tax. At least let It rest some where near the one that has It to pay, and then discharge that expensive army of assessors. Traders and distributers pay no tax or Interest. Osage City, Kas. A Word to Parents and Teachers. lOSIAII HTltOXO. . II. During the past year my duties as Sec retary of the Evangelical Alliance have brought mo into contact with tho pastors of nearly two score cities. In almost every city they have spoken t...

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. — 5 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 OCTOBER 5, U CV C w - O fyyyfSff c c v 0 c ;ZJiiiii!!lM !if i - . . t a f a r r a t v 1 1 ' T H THE WAGE EARNER A CLnra1lnor Deform. rm 4p. - 1, - The International Association of Fac tory Inspectors Is not an old association, as organizations among fellow workers go, says the Christian uegisier, iur u h rwpntlv held Its twelfth annual oocuinn in nnHtnn. Delegates were ores ent from all our great States of the y- I .1 a S North, and also irom unianu aim v.uC bec. While European governments have not yet come to the point of sending of ficial representatives, yet the Uritlsh m . ,.n.. In Ijni1nn governmeni, ironi no vmo and the German government, by Its Ambassador In Washington, sent their acknowledgment of the invitation and regrets at not being able to send repre sentatives. Twelve yearB ago the first session was attended by only seven or eight men, who were foremost In the work of promoting the sanity condi tions of the vast number of factory op eraUves in...

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. — 5 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 13 I ill 1 I I I I I t I 4 I I I 4 i I 1 I 1 I i i t "" '" Prohibition In Canada. (Continued from page 1.) vote, but they contend that, while the maritime provinces gave as large a ma jority for prohibition as the adverse ma jority polled In the province of Quebec, It Is unfair to expect the farmers to keep their doors open to the liquor traffic, simply because French-Canadian Quebec wanted liquor. The reason of the great reduction of the majority for prohibition in Ontario compared with the plebiscite taken four years ago is explained by the fact thtit In 1894 women voted on the question, while yesterday they had no votes. One of the stoD.gest factors in the vote all over the country was the fact that the people feared the adoption of prohibition would mean direct taxation to make up the loss of 13,000,000 a year which the liquor traffic now annually contributes to the revenue of the dominion. They Talked ; Populists Acted. Republicans Promised School B...

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. — 5 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 OCTOBER B, , 0 f it V READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. The) Boll Call. "Corporal Green I" tho orderly crlod. "Horel" was the anmver, loud and clear, From the lips of soldier who stood near, And "Horel" was the word the nozt replied. "Cyrus Drew I" Thon a sllenoe fell. This time no answer followed the calL Only his rear man bad noon him fall Killed or wounded, ha could not tell. There they ciood In tho falling light, Thome men of battle, with grave, durk looks, As plain to bo read aa open books, While slowly gathered the ahadoa of night. Twaa a rictory yea, but It cost ua dear, For the company 'a roll, when called at night, Of a hundred men that went into the fight numbered bat twenty that answered "Herel" Nathaniel O. Shepherd. Better Thing. , ' Better than geniua when applied i To work that aids the wrong la conscience linkod to common sense In effort clean and atrong. Setter than rice, though it be clad In purple rich and rare, Is Tlrtue, thoug...

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. — 5 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 15 3 THE WOMEN OF THE- FAMILY a (1 The Calm That Comes at Evening. Cy Waru ai. There's a calm that comes at evening, When the weary day Is o'er. That was soothing, as the lullaby Our mothers Bang; of yore; And though the day be dreary, 1 can Just forget It all. In the calm that comes at evening, When the twilight uhadows fall. I can see my sweetheart's signal From the waving window blinds; I can feel her perfumed presence Wafted to me on the winds; AVhen 1 hush my heart to heur her, 1 can almost understand Her sweet welcome In the wimple Of the wind-wave from her hand. When she laughs It's like the music Of the ripples in the rills, And her breath la like the fragrance Of the Ilowers that deck the hills. Andthough the day be dreary, I can just forget It all In the calm that comes at evening, When the twilight shadows fall. Some Clever Indian Girls. From the New York Hun. Striking examples of Indian women's native intellectual vigor are shown In what they have ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AN!) NEWS. OCTOBER 5. 1808. .9 I What s the I n a j o a H tin .areer Kansas? KflllSflS OWflS n round numbciu, 900,000 horses and mules, 550,000 milch cows, 1,600,000 other cattle, 2,400,000 swine and 225,000 shwp. Its Farm Products year include 150,000,000 bushels of corn, 60,000,000 bushels of wheat and millions upon millions of dollars in value of other grains, fruits, vegetables, etc. In debts alone it has a shortage. Send for free copy of "What's the matter with Kan sas!" a new book of 90 pages of facts. General Passenger Orriac, TUB ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY, CHICAGO. CAM! is a small amount, but you may have the Advocate and News for that. Write to the publishers that you will take the paper at that rate, to be paid some time during the year; and if at any time you don't like it you can stop it at once and settle up. Isn't this installment offer fair enough! This paper is an Advocate and News for work era. Look it over, size it up and send us your nam...

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