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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. C Good Work at Industrial School. (Continued from page 1.) From August 1, 1897, to June 30, 1898. 67 girls have been discharged, and ten others are out on parole. Of these "girls who leave U3 results show that fully 70 per cent, are reclaimed by the training received in this Institution. "In addition to the appropriation by the Legislature of 1897 of $1,000 for the furnishing of sleeping apartments and school room in the cottage, I added $300 out o! the maintenance fund for the com plete and modern equipment of the new cottage, which affords better facilities for utilizing all provisions for the care and maintenance of this Institution, and has made it possible to Increase the number of admissions and make the Inmate more comfortable, giving better educational opportunities, with but little added cost. In this cottage are the reading rooms and library, private and officers' dining rooms, kitchen, dry goods store room, school room, sleeping apartments and lavat...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. J OCTOBER 13. Practical mtm Notes From Actual Experience. "A:r!cu!lur It tha Wosl Hoallhful, IKosJ Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." George Washington. ' Oalntft Fowl. If you haven't guineas, get a pair and ratee a flock of them. They , ar.e the uost cheerful fowl we have always, feel ViClL are good layers, and. are. aa good to eat as a pheasant Many a guinea. ai'Dears on the tables of city restau rants as prairie chicken, and no one Is cheated, for there is not enough differ cuce between the flesh of the two birds to enable any one to tell one from the other. Farmer's Voice. Fruit fa Europe. The reports Indicate that the fruit crop la very short In Europe this year fiid that American apples will be in de mand and find a ready market In that country. Great care should be used In the handling and packing of fruit in toaded for shipment, so that wherever It goes Its quality will establish a perma nent market for the American product. The way in which fr...

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. — 19 October 1898

1898. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. YOUNG TURKEYS. Tliey Are Creatures of Habit, Both Good and Bad. Of one thing there must bo a certainty and that is, that they are kept free from lice and mites. Then it is equally certain that if not careful in the use of remedies for these the poults may be killed. A little pnre lard on the head, around vent and on the . wijgs where tho flight feathers come out may be used to advantage, but too much is absolute ly fatal. Feed nothing, for 24 hours. . When you take them off the neot, take all tho pip off the bill, and give a grain of black pepper crncked with the teeth. Now, this may not do one particle of good, but from childhood I have seen it practiced, and so do it. If possible, pot them out where there is short grass, for there is nothing a poult likes better than grass. Milk-curd is the best food I ever used for young turkeys. Where this is scarce table scraps are very fine. 6 J. V i ... PKIZK B.HON ZK TURKEY. I know a lady who hatched and raised...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. OCTOBER 13, THE ADVOCATE FC m him AND NEWS SHOP AND Mti OFFICIAL PAPER OF TIIK STATB OF KANSAS. VsVLM Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Ksasas. QEO. D. HARRISON & CO., Editors akd Pbopriitobs. BrcbiKirJptlon IUtos: one copy one year oy nuiil, HI. In clul)$ of ten or more, by nail, one Vfor, 75 Mtitt each. , , M The advcHMng rate of The Advocate and New tve low. Ettimatc will oe matte and priec fur nUitud on ajrpUcatUm. No extra charge far cuts, !. The pidrtUher reterve the rUjht to reject any Q,!)JcciUuibU advertising. Ttte reader of this piper may consider any adverttnement which ap f,r.r herein a reprccntina a firm whoee rcliabu j( eon be vouchul for by the fiuldUhcr. The Advocate wn ctallUhed in 1HH9, and wat fxmtoLUUitid with The Kanmn Newt in ttZff. The Advocate ana new w me onicuu ewt imprr, u M a larger circulation than any other haneae weekly which receive advertUemnt. i'or information regarding lubucriptioni and culvertUing rate, addrcn Men THE ADVOCATE...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 9 imburslng them for the improvements they had made on their old lands. The direct cause of the outbreak was due to the inability of the Indians to under stand why white men might keep saloons for them to get drunk at while they could not do the thing themselves. The trouble started when an attempt was made to break up an illegal whisky traf flc among them and Chief Bush Ear, who was summoned to appear as a wit ness, refused to be compelled to walk a long distance to attend court-without any remuneration. t . .t..t.-t-.t,,t..t..t..f ..fiatntntnti l,M,l SOJ1E FACTS ABOUT MUNIC f IPAL OWNERSHIP. 'H-H-I-I-l-I'illil'I-I- Compiled by the Coming Nation. 4 Richmond, Va., has owned its gas works since 1852. At $1 per 1,000 feet the city realized a profit of $6,028. The municipal printing plant owned by the city of Boston made a profit of $6,360 in the first six months of its ex istence. Glasgow has erected the People's Pal ace, a large public building, from part...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AM) KjSW& 10 OCTOBER 19, ,111 $ "WHAT WOULD CHRIST DO IN MY PLACE?" f An excerpt from Rev. Charles M. Sheldon's "In His Steps," a book .. on applied Christianity, which Is selling at the rate of 1,100 a day, " the book which Is ranking with "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and "Ten Nights In a Bar Room." HGV. CHABI'KH M. B If K I.DON. "For hereunto were ye called; because Christ also suffered for you, leaving you an example, that ye should follow bin steps. It was Friday morning, and the Rev. Henry Maxwell was trying to finish hla Sunday morning sermon. He had been interrupted several times and was grow ing nervous as the morning wore away and the Bormon grew very slowly towards a satisfactory finish. "Mary," ho called to his wife as he went upstairs, after the last Inter ruption, "if any one comes af ter this, I wish you would say I am very busy and cannot come down un less It Is some thing very im portant." "Yes, Henry. But I am going over to the kindergarten, and you will hav...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. ll houses to live In, and money to spend for luxuries, and could go away on sum mer vacations and all that, while the . neoDle outside of the churches thou sands of them, I mean die in tenements and walk the streets for jobs, and never have a piano or picture In the house, and grow up In misery and drunkenness and sin" The man gave a queer lurch over in the direction of the communion table and laid one grimy hand on it. His hat fell upon the carpet at his feet; a stir went through the congregation. Dr. West half rose from his feet, but as yet the silence was unbroken by any voice or movement worth mentioning in the. audience. The man passed his other hand across his eyes, and then, without any warning, fell heavily forward on his face, full length, up the aisle. Henry Maxwell snoke: "We will con sider the service dismissed." He was down the pulpit stairs and kneeling by the prostrate form bpfore any one else. The audience instantly aroe and the aisle was...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NiiWS. IS OCTOBER 19, I THE WAGE EARNER If 1 1 , wV 'J' vi o o o j o o o o o o o ? o y o o i LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. Labor Commissioner Johnson's Re port Gives Interesting Facts. Labor Commissioner Johnson's forth coming report will say of organized la bor: "Organized labor through the Amer ican movements, standing as It docs for the amelioration of tolling humanity In the Industrial world, may be truly re garded as the pulse of the conditions and progress of the American working men. Therefore It is meet and proper that a chapter of this report be devoted to a brief review of their moral, edu cational, financial and economic condi tion and advancement from a national standpoint. "The American Federation of Labor, as the recognized head of the American labor movement, representing nearly a million tollers of the nation, at their seventeenth annual convention, held at Nashville. Tenn., In 1897, adopted the following preamble, outlining in part, the objects and aims of t...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1S98. 13 printed in the program, without a two- thirds vote oi the convention. Credential. Credentials in duplicate are forwarded to secretaries of all affiliated unions. One credential must be given to the delegate- elect and the duplicate forwarded to the A. P. of L. office. The committee on credentials will meet at Kansas City, Mo., three days previous to the opening of the convention, and will report immediately upon the open ing thereof. Hence, secretaries will ob serve the necessity of having the cre dentials of their respective delegates at. .headquarters at the earliest possible mo ment. Delegates can obtain accommodation as follows: "Hotel Savoy," American plan, $2, with bath room, $2.50 per day; European plan, $1 and $1.50, respectively, with or without bath room. "Hotel Well ington," American plan, $1.25 to $1.50 per day; two in a room, $1 per day. "The Morgan, American plan, $1 per day; two in a room, $6 per week. The headquarters of the executive ...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 OCTOBER r READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. What the Drums Say. Hark I I hear the tramp of thousand And of armed mon the hum. Lo, a nation's hontu have gathered Round the quick alarming drum. Baying: "Cornel Freemen, oomo, Ere jour horltatfe be waHted," aaid the quick alarming drum. "Let me of my heart take counsel. War la not of Ufa the aura. Who shall stay and reap the harvest When the autumn days shall come V But the drum Echoed: "Gomel Death shall roap the braver harrost," said th oloran sounding drum. "But when won the coming battle What of profit springs therefrom) What If conquest, subjugation. Even greater Ills become?" But the dram Answered: "Cornel You must do the sum and prove It," said the Yankee answering drum. "What if mid the cannon's thunder, Whistling shot and bursting bomb. When my brothers fall around me, bhould my heart grow cold and numbf" But the drum Answered: "Cornel Better there in death united than in life a recreant. Cor...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18M. 15 R -FOR THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY I I When Friends Are Tarted. Tlmo keeps no measure when true friends are parted, No record day by day. The sandu move not for thoHe wbo, loyal heart ed, True friendship's laws obey. It 1h not well to note with dull precision The flight of days or years. Memory dcpo.ida not on proof by vision And has no foolish fears. The migrant birds when they are southward flying Think not of time. They go Full of knowledge, born of faith undying. That they again shall know The homes and nesta which they have left be hind them, Not mnrred by change the while. The southern lands thuy soek will but remind them Of the northland's summer smile. And so I know that you will come to meet ma In the old, well loved way; That, though a year go by, you still will greet mo As kindly as today. Washington Post. Are We Living Too Fast? I was just thinking of the way women of to-day rush along, and hurry from one thing to another, when I came across an...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 OCTOBER 1$. 1SS3. Borrowed Smiles. Arthur "Are you sure she loves you?" Jack "Yes. When I told her I had no money to marry on, she asked me If I couldn't borrow Bome." Tlt-Blta. Mrs. Howes "I don't know what we are going to do. There la not a thing In the house to eat." Uncle George "You might take boarders." Boston Tran script. Schoolmaster (entering boya' dormi tory) "What are you doing out of bed this time of the night, Murphy?" Mur phy "Oh, sorr, I got out to tuck meself In." Tit-Bits. Cholly "Yaas, sevewal years ago I fell deeply In love with a girl, but she wejected me made a wegular fool of me." Molly "And you never got over It?" Brooklyn Life. Looking Forward. Mrs Noear "Do you think my daughter will be a musi cian?" Professor "I gant zay. She may. She dell me she gome of a long lived vamlly." New York Weekly. The Occasion. "I told the boss just what I thought of him yesterday." "That must have taken a lot of nerve. What was the occasion?" "He raise...

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. — 26 October 1898

I - la J'lr " Jr i ' i i n ifl fry ij Devoted to me Besr Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 43. OFFICIAL STATE PAFXK. ! YKAK. TOPEKA. KANSAS. OCTOBER 26. 1898. ztiffifoz 7 - - V'jV EVERY WEDNEHDAY. riiICK FIVE CKM11. People's Party Sure to Win. Every Indication That the Present State Administration Will Get Large Majorities. SOriE CAMPAIGN FACTS. HTATK CHAIRMAN TAYLOB HIDDI.K. The outlook for the election of the Peo ple's party ticket and candidates for the Legislature Is extremely bright In all parts of the State. The letters that come in to the State T central com mittee from the local workers show vigorous and aggressive work all along the line. Pop ulist speakers are getting large crowds and they are finding enthu slasm every where. The people of Kansas want something deft nite; they are not fooled by the "platform" put forth by the Republican party, which i3 a mere jumble of words and shows plainly on its face that putting the Republicans in charge of ...

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. — 26 October 1898

3 OCTOBER 26 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Gov. Leedy Talks To Large Crowds. His Meetings Call Out "Standing Room Only" Everywhere He Ooc5. KANSAS CITY A SAMPLE. In spite of a cold and rainy evening Governor Leedy'B meeting at Kansas City, Kas., last week was with an audi ence that completely filled the large hall. The body of the house and the gallery were completely filled and more than 300 people stood up in the aisles. Joseph McGrath, who presided, intro duced Governor Leedy. In his speech the Governor said: "I have not come here to make a speech. While I am Governor of the State of Kansas, I am only lieutenant governor of the Leedy family, and the governor of the family told me this morning if I talked more than thirty minutes I would be called in. "The Populist party believes that the corporations of this country have been granted more rights and privileges than is consistent with the well-being of so ciety. Now I don't refer to all corpora tions, but those that have gained power and...

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. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. A Kansas Agricultural Festival. Now that Topeka's fall festival Is past, next year's plans are under considera tion. It Is the general opinion that something new should be taken up. Among the new schemes proposed, one brought forward by the Topeka State Journal will be of especial interest to readers of the Advocate and News be cause of its agricultural nature. If It Ss adopted and carried out It will undoubt edly take well with the farmers and ranchmen of the State, especially as it would probably come in conjunction with the State G. A. R. reunion. The State Journal says: "While those interested in the success of Topeka's Fall Festivals are applying their minds to 'thinking up something new for next year, the State Journal begs leave to make a suggestion which may have merit Suppose that the Fall Festival of 1899 be made a glorification, so to speak, of the material interests of Kansas. Out chief resources are live stock and agriculture. Let all the cattle m...

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. — 26 October 1898

4 OCTOBER 2d fC jmK mm mm A m H 1-1 So remarkable are the facts; so strongly are they substantiated; so important are they to all who are suffering, that there is no necessity of publishing them under the disguise of news or other false colors. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. u&& Gifl CONCERNING KANSAS "" 'lliiiiilfM'ffrift. J 0 A VIA; u. Highland can give New York and Chi cago pointers on the chryHanthemum show. A Holton man la going to bore for gas In that town. Out at Abilene they point to J. Ralph Burton instead. The eleventh annual meeting of the Kansas Bankers' Association meets In Leavenworth October 25-27. Twenty-one Fort Scott teacherB went together to Omaha to see the exposition and get new ideas on educational work. A Jersey cow and a line of clothes form the attractions In W. W. Manspeaker'B yard since the Rose of Hllo returned to Hawaii. The Leavenworth Times speaks of " f . L. McManns, a Populist of Osage county, turning against Governor Leedy." Such Is fame. Lawrence a...

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. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 5 People's Party Sure to Win. (Continued from page 1.) the latter was annihilated, as everyone expected. Henderson Martin is making many friends In the Fourth, and his frank, sincere manner is gaining him lots of votes. John Madden is doing good work in his behalf. W. W. Price io making a very thorough canvass of the First with every assurance that the next Congressman from that district will hail from Atchison. Vincent, whom the Republicans have dubbed a "mere pension agent," and Peters look for in creased majorities in their respective districts. Jerry Botkin is going all ever the State, and finds many old sol diers, heretofore Republicans, who will remember at the polls the knifing Le land has given them. Botkin's name is certain to be up to the front when the votes are counted; no one can find any thing against him, and there are argu ments in his favor without number. No Republican has yet dared to assert that the People's party will not carry out t...

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. — 26 October 1898

0 OCTOBER 23. THE ADYOCATE AND NEWS. , (Si Practical Farm Notes j li From Actual Experience. ' "Agriculture Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." . ) --George Washington. j AlkHll l and. In some farms there are spots so full of alkali that crops will not grow on them. There are two forms of the al kali, the white and the black alkali soil. The white alkali will gather In a white crust like llmo on the surface of the land. The black alkali Is Indicated by the hard, lumpy black soil. This alkali exists In some forms of soda, the white being a form of Bulphate of soda and the black a form of carbonate of soda. This alkali must be neutralized In some way before the soil will produce crops. One of the best thlng3 to use for this purpose la gypsum or land plaster, which will destroy or kill the effect of the alkali and tend to reduce these alkali soils to a condition for growing crops. Khiihim Dairying. The dairy interests In Kansas are making rapid progre...

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. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 7 AN ALL ALIKE SILO. An Ohio Frmr'i Idea of tho Boat Way to Build Ono la a Barn. We would not put in any founda tion of either brick or 6tone were we to build in a barn, " Bays John Gould in Ohio Farmer. We have none under our two eilos, built 13 years ago. In the barn we would make a square silo, put the girtba on round and round, spacing a little more as they approached the top, where they can bo as muoh ad three feet apart, but using more toward and at the bottom. Level the ground on the basement floor and put the first girths flat on the ground, the next eight inches above, the next a foot, spacing a little wider each time nntil above the cen ter, where they can bo much further apart. Make the silo distinctly independent of barn and walls. Lap the ends of tho girth and spike them well and then cut a short board and nail across the cor ners, as shown in the cut. Out it out in crescent form a little and when you ceil up your silo side up right round on...

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. — 26 October 1898

8 OCTOBER 26. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS FOR Til HOME SHOP AND MM OFFICIAL PAPKlt OF THE STATIC OF KANSAS. Published every WetaeedY,atTopcki, Kiomi. GEO. B. HARR150N & CO., Editors and Proprietors. Subscription Il&ttm:One copy one year by man, II. in ciuoi oj ten or more, oy mau, on year, 73 cent each. The ativrrtlxino ratt of The Advocate and Newt are una. anmauf wui he mane ana price jur ntoied on anvOcnlUm. No extra charge for cut. etc. The pnblUhen renervt the riulU to reject any nbjcciionaiiie aavenmna. ine rentier oj mm paper man consider any advertisement which ap pear hen in a reprmnling a firm whone relialiil ily can be vouched for hy the puhlinher. The Advocate wan enfabluhul in 18H9, and wa tomolUUited with The Kana Newn in 1817. The Advocate and Newn i the official State paper, arid has a larger circulation than any oilier Kama weekly which receive advertUemenl. For information regarding tulmriptiont and advertmng ram, aaareas once: THE ADVOCATE...

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