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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

9 1891. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. remove the skin and musclea, which Is easily accomplished by soaking in water after taking out the heart, lungs, and intestines, you may preserve the skele ton by the usual wire fastenings. It is surprisingly strange how similar some of its parts are to that of the hu man frame. The bat, as you will ob serve, has long, strong collar bones, and the forearm, as well as the phalanges, are disproportionately long as compared with the rest of its body. Observe the bones of the trunk, however, and you cannot fail to be struck with the sim ilarity. Nature, in her busy work-a-day gar ments or in her holiday attire (If, in deed, she ever has a holiday), is con tinually furnishing something grand, majestic and sublime. The harvest mouse, the smallest of all our mammals, makes the most won derful of nests; woven from the blades of grasses, they are a beautiful anddel- icate piece of work. The "mole hills" which we see wat ered over the fields are really fort ress...

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. — 22 December 1897

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 22, ADVOCATE AtlD HEWS. OFFICIAL STATE PAPEK. A Kamat JVewnpfiper Devoted U Vie Jitt InUr- tsla of the Home, the Shop and the Fat m. Putllahtd Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kansas OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EDITORS AND Pkopiuktohh. Subscription IUt i-()ne copy one year by tnti, f 1. In CIUUH OI tun ur mvru, vj iiiuii, vuv jnr, 70 cams eacn. The advrtlnlnjr rateH of Tho Advocate and News are low. EntlmatoH will be made and prices furnished on application. No extra charRe for cuts, etc. The nubllahers retterve tlatQK. The reader of thin paper may consider representing a flrra whose reliability can be vouchod for by tho publishers. Tho Advocate was established In 1RM. and was consolidated with the Kansas News in 1 1HU7. The Advocate and News Is the official 6tat paper, and has a larger circulation than any other Kansas weekly. .... . For Information ronardlnjf subscriptions and advertising rates, address the Eighth avenue oSoet: THE ADVOCATE AMD NEWS, ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

11 1807. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. express and mail cars wero tho only ones to which tho road agents paid any ' attention. Sho wanted to know tho way it was done; bo I described to her how sometimes the train was flagged by a danger signal, and when it had slowed down the runner found himself covered by anued men, or how a gang would board the train, one by 0110, at way sta tions, and then, when tho time came, steal forward, securo the express ajent and postal clerk, climb over the tcudcr and compel tho runner to stop tho train at some lonely spot on tho road. Sho mado mo tell her all the details of snch robberies iw I knew about, and, though I had never been concerned in any, I was able to describe several, which, as they were monotonously alike, I confess I colored up a bit hero and there, in an attempt to make them interesting to her. I seemed to succeed, for she kept the subject going even after we had left tho table and wero smoking our cigars in the observation saloon. Lord Ralle...

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. — 22 December 1897

12 DECEMBER 22, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. i t 1. 1..f..t f.1f,if,t.,t.-t-Tt-rn 11 v l J i r I rpr PUBLIC OPINION. iu Cherokee County Re- publican: We know two UtNcnAL. thingg that every Senator and Representative in the present Con gress will do draw bl8 mileage and his balary. : Taola Times (Pop.): Thwe who raise 4-cent cotton and pay the increased price on woolen goods will hardly ap preciate the glory of the tariff. Kansas City Times (Dem.): The Ding ley tariff is HtiJl producing less reven.ie than the Wilson tariff produced at ny time. It la a grotesque failure, and ought to bo promptly repealed. ' Emporia Republican: The prople ot this country are getting bo they undergo tho greatest calamities with utter In difference. Congress convenpd yeste: day and not an individual was hwd to complain. Wichita Beacon (Dem.i: McKlnky says the appropriations must be cut $50,000,000. Why didn't he think o that when he rescinded the order cor. solidating pension offices? Ho mlqht have saved $4,50...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

1807. 13 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. protected even If It has to bid In the road at the amount of the claim Against it Smith County Journal (rop.): Had George Washington used euch pleading language toward Great Britain regard ing the use of silver as is Indulged in by. McKlnley, h would have been Im peached and said to have been unfit for the high position of President of a great and free country like America. - Kansas City Times (Dem.): It is dis gusting to see Mr. McKlnley still h orlng to keep up the international bi metallism humbug, when everybody knows the fake has been exposed. The worst of it is that if the eohoine had any possibility of success Mr. McKlnley'a managers would quickly make him drop it Lyons Eagle (Pop.): A hasty glance over It falls to show either statesman ship or patriotism. The President claims that "the best financial system the world ever eaw;" the laws which his party has put upon the statute booln the gold basis, were ambiguous, full cf doubt and onerous to ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14- DECEMBER 22, f .X.I. ,t..t, l..t ..t 1 1 ,f-t..1 LABOR NEWS.. A KAK3A3 PITY HEXT YEAR. A. T. of L. Convention Will Come Farther Weat Next December, The American Federation of. Labor held lta seventeenth annual convention at Nashville, Tenn.; last week. It was a notable meeting and accomplished great things for the caiiBO of labor. Kanaaa City gets the next convention, being successful over Detroit by a vote of l,3i)6V4 to 806'i President Samuel Gompers was re-elected by a vote of 1,845 to 407 for Ernest Kreft, of Phila delphia. P. J. McHulre, James Duncan, Robert Askew and M. M. Garland were chosen Vlco Presidents, and John Brown Lennon and' Frank Morrison were re elected Treasurer and Secretary respec tively without opposition. Andrew Fur usuth, of San Francisco, was chosen a member of the Legislative committee. President Gompers' annual report was a strong document. It was read at tho opening session Monday, and in part U as follow: "During the early par...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

1897. 16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. U8e. Their benefit to the city la so small that they cannot be considered, yet they do considerable damage to deserving es tablishments. The union printers of Topeka, backed by all trade unionists in Topeka, con sisting of several thousand skilled labor ers who are affiliated with the Trades' Assembly, ask you to consider the mat ter as a business proposition, whether it is your duty to patronize the union book and Job offices and newspapers. A list of offices employing union workmen Is here given. By taking your work to them you will receive not only a full return for your money but also the good will and co-operation of our members to the extent that we pledge ourselves to do all we can to assist In gaining custom for those merchants and professional men who take their work there. All of these offices have the union label, which we ask you to call for on work where It can be used. ADAMS BROTHERS. CRANE PRINTING CO. HALL LITHOGRAPHING CO. KANSAS STAT...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

13 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 22, PEOPLE OF THE DAY. Jesste Lincoln Beckwith, the grand daughter cf Abraham Lincoln and the youngest daughter of Robert T. Liu- tvjr -vt- ,y JESSIB LINCOLN IlECKWITH. ooln, ex-secretary of war, who has in curred parental displeasure and got hor wlf talked about in the newspapers by running away with and marrying War ren W. Beckwith, fin athlotio, good looking young man, is a pretty, fair haired young woman of 21 years and much independence. Mrs. Beckwith 's home for a number of years has been Chicago, but she has passed bnt little time there. As a girl in her teens she lived in London with her parents while her father was United States minister to the court of St. James. She also at tended school abroad, and since her re turn to this country has spent much of her time visiting with her mother in Mount Pleasant, la., where she mot Mr. Beckwith. Her husband is a young man of 23, and his father is Captain W. Beckwith, a prominent citizen of Mount Pl...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1887. ' 17 And Bow Urn Opfined His Tint Bottte l Champagne). ! in. " IV. New York Sunday Journal. CONSUMPTION CURED. An old physician, retired from practice, hav ing bad plared in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cu-e of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lang Affections, alo a positive and radical cure for Nervous Debility and ail Nervous Complaints, after having tested its wonderful curative powers in thou sands of cases, has felt it hs duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a deilre to relieve human suf fering, I will send free of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, In German, French or English, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mall by addressing with Btamp, naming this paper. W. A. Koran, 820 Povmt Block, Mochukr, Y. EVERY ONE SATISFIED. Pronounced the Moat SurcettsCul Treatment for All Chroni...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

18 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 22, is Ml &1 Trail (Continued from page 11.) Uoraon, ana aon t mina tne lack of chaperon, get a stool for yourself too. Wbafc was more, she offered me half of the lap robe when I was seated beside , her. I think she was cleaned by my offo "to ko away, for sho talked very pleas antly and far more intimately than sho had ever done before, telling mo facta about her family, her Chicago life, ho ti flvela and oven her thoughts. From this I learned that hex elder brother wai an Oxford graduate, and that Lord Italics and his brother were classmates, who were visiting him for the first time ,e'nca he had graduated. She asked mo some questions about my work, which led me to toll her pretty much every' thing about myself that I thought could be of the least interest, and it was a very pleasant surprise to me to find that she knew one of the old team and had even heard of me from him. " ' Why, ' ' she exclaimed, ' ' how absurd of me not to have thought o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 19 Cream of Our Farm Exchanges. Dry-picked fowls look better and sell at the best price. In feeding bran to chickens, always 1 scald It thoroughly. Every fowl that dies of disease should be burled or burned. The hens that lay best are neither very hungry nor very fat. Splenetic (Texas) fever is communi cated by ticks and In no other way. One of the Bide crops for the farmer to grow regularly is the sorghum crop. The art of getting rich by cultivat ing poor land has not yet been Invented. Use a little mutton tallow or vaseline when there are signs of the cows' teats tracking. It is not what we grow on the farm, but what we sell from it, that makes the profit. Never put old roosters among the hena in a coop when you ship live poultry to market. There should be the greatest care not to feed stock either hay or straw con taining weed seeds. With the exception of three or four elements of fertility, all ordinary soils are practically inexhaustible. A great many far...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

20 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 22, 1347. Not Uer Fault. ILLS If you want tba beit wall machinery and tool for making wells to any depth, we make them. Send for cata log "J Jand state your wants. Catalog fi free. r. C. Al'HTIN M Ft J. CO., Chicago, 111 PifSWTTI il www Mistress Bridget, I am tired of your carelessness. Only look at that dust on the furniture. It's Six weeks old at the very least. Bridget Shuro it's uo fault av moiue. I've been here only t'reo weeks. Up to Date. tvC&tl EXCELSIOR Incubator 1. f.lroular. M 1 K.nil a. Ihr I fl(Mpl. pTtct, Btlf-R'tutat-inq. Thou.aml. In auccanarul ntmrallon. ,.vrat prliM-al Onit-claM llatrhrr mail. UVM. II. NT A II I.. - 4 tot1 H. eth M. OhIh.-t. til. a sure winner. mi a aiir.cusnil iMRUltTOA will wpir,. , provultlFjou uh it. ManilAo for ,.,.'.-, . uwl'Jliti0HUlouaniHtuilytis r-i,:i ';' niorltnof our iimuhint. IImn vulu m, ' rif"J,, ablaiHjiiiUonurtiOoU) incubation J hi; -tin (I poultry culture wennrnlly. . ki w . w m muiitiiiiniti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

r I W rf-2S i 1 l v OsvV TvY l CY 4 V K va Wl J. II HI iJ, I. . . S ' I mm mMr. -mi i ' , ?- yym m ti , I Devoted to the ft&r Interests or the torn the 3hop and the farm Ninth Year, No. 52. ?SSlAiiTViE TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 2!), 1897. KVKHY WKDNE8DAT. TWO CENTS A COFY. STOCKMEN ARB COMING Annual Meeting of Kansas Stock Breeders and Swine Breeders Next Month. The annual meeting of the Kansas ' Improved Stock Breeders Association will bo held at Topeka January 10, 11 and 12. The Kansas Swine Breeders Association will meet at the same time and place. The program Is as follows: First Session January 10, 7:30 p. m Reception of new members. ' Reports of officers. Reports of standing committees. Appointment of new committees. ANNUAL ADDRESSES. Address to breeders, Governor J. W. Leedy. C. S. Cross, President Kansas Im proved Stock Breeders' Association. C. M. Irwin, President Kansas Swine Breeders' Association. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION. "Alfalfa and Sorghum for Swine." General discussi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 29, f FARM DEPARTMENT. ' BY W. A. PEFFER. Walnut and Oatalpa Trees in Kansas. " During the season of 1884, a tract of 1,200 acres of land at Partington, Kas., on the line of what Is now the Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis railroad, was sot to trees for the purpose of grow ing timber for railroad ties. The varie ties selected for the experiment were black walnut, cherry, catalna, ash, Osage orapge and chestnut. The chestnut has not done well; but the others have done remarkably. The walnuts are forty feet high and about two feet in circumfer ence. Meehan's Monthly, referring to this experiment, says the trees were planted about four feet by four apart, and thinks better results would have been realized If they had been Bet far ther apart, though many of the trees are now large enough to cut for ties. How to Boot Cuttings. A writer In American Gardener says that where one has no facilities for using bottom peat, a good way to root cuttings la to...

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. — 29 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1897. r From Actual Experience. An Apple Orchard. An inquiry in regard to planting an apple orchard of 500 trees on ten acres of land, asks Information as to varie ties and what changes would be sug gested Jn the following list: 10 Wealthy, 10 Buckingham, 10 Red Winter, 25 Brad ford, 63 Winesap, 50 Ben Davis, 10 Gano, 10 Texas Red, 100 Arkansas Black, 50 Klnnalrd, 50 Shockley, 25 Shirley, 25 Loy, 50 Mammoth Black Twig, 10 Yatea. Here are fifteen varieties in 500 trees for ten acres of land, which are twice as many kinds as should be planted. Many of these varieties it would be worse than useless to plant In this part of the coun try. Arkansas Black and Wealthy we would not plant at all. The former blights badly and Is of poor quality and the latter is a summer apple here and useless. If for a commercial orchard we would not plant anything earlier than Grimes Golden and Jonathan, and we would select the 500 trees as follows: 100 Grimes' Golden, 100 Jonathan, 10...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 29 CONCERNING KANSAS. $ BY J. W. MORPHY. $ 44444...I,IIuiMiMMH-hHHH'I'I''l''IiiI' 1 W-Wfl-Hti"!"!1 1 M"I i Rooks county has bought a poor farm. Wolf scalps command a bounty of $2 each In Elk county. The Wichita Beacon (Dem.) does not believe In the civil service idea. The Clay Center Dispatch prints the pictures of four handsome Clay Center young ladles. W. It. Balr, a Council Grove minister, 1b a candidate for department com mander of the O. A. It. The Wichita Beacon thinks that If a special session Is not called soon that It will Interfere with spring plowing. Barney Kelly, who has been appointed chaplain In the regular army, has been temporarily assigned to duty at Fort Riley. There was a Christmas tree enter tainment at the Rattlesnake Gulch school house on the Hackberry in Chey enne county. The Spring Hill New Era (Rep.) dis courages Farmer Funston's Congres sional boom. It says that people are tired of him. W. A. Reeder, of Logan, will make a ...

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. — 29 December 1897

5 1897. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. that the charge was brought In the in terest of a young man, against whom he brought a charge of violation of the age of consent law, who escaped trial by leaving the country. Christmas trees, with enjoyable enter tainments, were enjoyed by the mem bers of the Arion and Turner societies. The Arion entertainment occurred Fri day night, while the Turners enjoyed themselves Saturday night. As la usu ally the case at these places, every one reported having a very pleasant time. Major Anderson thinks that the State G. A. R re-unlon will come to Topeka next year. He favors a concentration of effort on building the auditorium and entertaining the old soldiers. He thinks a Fall Festival would divide the efforts of Topeka people and injure the audi torium. Some big spectacular affair would be a good thing, he thinks. Marlon MullIs,.Dlck Mullis and John Sheafor have been convicted and fined $50 each for assaulting James Rich, an officer of the American Volunteer...

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. — 29 December 1897

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 29, i.fi.f. ti.ti.t.if nt T..T..T.. t.rft.firt.ttt.T- FOR FAMILY READING. TIIK MOW YKAK. A Now Year knocking at Hie door llow strange, it seem! The days l!y fast, Tho future Moon becomes tho rtiiKt, And quickly I shall reach tho last, When days and year will all be o'er, When time for me shall In; no more. Ah, who can penetrate the veil Which hides the future from our view? Nono knoweth If our days be few Or many. Ah, and If wo knew llefori! the knowledge hearts might quail And tremble and our courage fall. What of the year to come? I pray For purity of heart and long For patience, faith and all the throng Of Christian virtues, to he strong Against temptation. "Lord," I nay, "Orant Htrength siillhlcnt for my day. "So weak I am unless to me Thou glvcst strength, H,"'o ' k1hi.11 stray Unless Thou leadent all the way. Abide with me this year," I pray. "Lord. If Thou wilt, oh, Rive to me Tho power to win Home soul to Thee!" F. O. Hammond. SHOWER OF STAR...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

7 1897. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. frfrM-M 1 1 1 1 1 II It 1 11 1 1 1 i H-t-f " CO-OPERATIVE READING CLUBS. .1..;, i ,i .H.1.M ! ilM inn 1 t-H-H- AMERICAN LITERATURE COURSE. Outline of the Early l'erlod. LESSON HlT-PART I. WASHINGTON IRVING. 1. Karly days.-(l) Born in New York ity. 1783. (2) Received George Wash ington's billing. (3) His first great sorrow. 2. First journey in the Old World, and his return to New York. ID Youthful aspirations. (2) Friendship with Wash ington Allison. (3) First wrltlngs "Salmagundi," "Jonathan Oldstyle." 3. His books. (1) Knickerbocker's History of New York." (2) "The Sketch Hook," - (3) "Hracebridge Hall," (4) "Talcs of a Traveler," (5) "Life of Co lumbus," (6) "The Alhambra," (7) "Ma homet and His Successors," () "Oliver Goldsmith." 4. His friends whilo abroad Moore, livron. Coleridge, Bcott. :. Last years at Sunnyelde. "Sunny side," his ihomo life, conclusion. LESSON QUESTIONS. 1. For what was the age In which Irving lived especially conducive? a 2. W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 December 1897

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 29, ADVOCATE ACID HEWS OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. A Kongo Ntwapaper DevoUd to the Dent Inter- e$t of the llym, the Shop and the Fat m. . Hllhhti Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kaasaa OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EDITOK8 AND PROPRIITOHH. Subscription Rates : One copy one yeitr by mall, ft. In clubs of ten or more, by mail, one yew, 10 cents cacn. The adTflrtlslmj rates of The Advocate and News are low. Estimates will be made and prices furoiMlind on application. No extra charges for cuts, etc. The publishers reserve the right to reject any objectionable udver tlslnir. The readers of this Dimer mar consider any advertisement which appears herein as representing a nrra wfiose reliability can be voucnea ror oy tno pumisners. The Advocate was established In 1HK9. and was consolidated with the Kansas News in 1HD7. The Advocate and News is the otHclal Bute paper, and has a larger circulation than any otUer Kansas weekly. For information regarding subscriptions and ...

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