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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 9 Dates of Populist Speakers. Here are the dates arranged for Peo ple's party speakers thl3 week: Governor Leedy, October 24 Russell (night), 25 Abilene, 26 Salina, 27 Elm dale (day), Strong City (night), 28 Wichita (night), 29 Parsons. Attorney General Boyle, October 24 Kan sas City, Kas., 25 Lawrence, 26 Kansas City, Kas., 27 Osage county, 28 Osage county, 29 Parsons. Webb McNall, October 24 Kskridge (day), Burlingame (night), 25 Abilene, 26 Salina (day), Russell (night), 27 Ellsworth (day), 28 Pleasanton, 29 Paola. Senator Harris, October 24 Mound City, 25 Lawrence, 26 Salina (night), 27 Lindsborg, 29 Emporia. Congressman Botkin, October 24 St. John (day), Stafford (night), 25 Hutchinson (night), 26 Cheney, 27 Elmdale, 28 Kinsley (night), 29 Gar den City (night). Superintendent Stryker, October 25 Ga lena, 26 Crawford county, 27 Craw ford county, 28 Altamont, 29 Parsons. John W. Breldenthal, October 24 Mound City, October 29, Cedar Vale. Secretary Bus...

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. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND KiSWS. 10 OCTOBER 2b, ft. era m i-y jr- . a s-m. Ti -r. TAIN wMSMM .UfPINCOTT COAAfAN , CHAPTER L "Life is fall of nps and downs," tanned the colonel as he laid on the lit tered deck before him nn official com munioation just received from depart ment headquarters, "especially army life, and more especially army life in ' Texas." "Now, what are you philosophizing , about?" asked his second in command, a burly major, glancing over the top of . the latest home paper, three weeks old , that day. "D'ye remember Pigott, that little cad that was court martialed at Ban Antonio in 18G8 for quintuplicating his pay accounts? He married the widow of old Alamo Hendrix that winter. He's worth half a million today, is running for congress and will probably be on the military committee next year, while here's Lawrence, who was judge advo cate of the court that tried him, gone all to smash." And the veteran officer commanding the th infantry and the big post at Fort Worth glanced w...

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. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ll have given a month's pay to win Nea Lawrence's influence in their behalf, for, like "Perfect" Blias of the Mexican war days, Lawrence was believed to write his goncral's dispatches and re ports, but who now shrank, uneasily out of his way for fear that he would ask a favor. Even Brooks, who liked and had spoken for him, drew back from the window when with slow, heavy steps the Fad faced, haggard man came slowly along the porch. The orderly sprang up and stood at salute just as adjutant's call sounded, and the band pealed forth its merry, spirited music. For a mo ment the newcomer turned and glanced back over the parado, now dottod with littlo details all marching out to the line where stood the sergeant major. Then he turned, entered the building and paused with hopeless eyes and pal lid, careworn features at the office door way. His old single breasted captain' frock coat, with its tarnished silvei leaves at the shoulders, hung loosely about his shrunken f...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 13 OCTOBER 26, THE WAGE EARNER sfyfjfjfj im try js m Q Q Q Q Q Q 'J V Q C S O V fl O if 'J O Governor Tanner and Illinois Miners. Whatever worklngmen may have thought of Governor Tanner, of Illinois, In the past they cannot fall to approve his course In regard to the miners. He has taken a stand in defend of labor even In advance of the attitude of Gov ernor Altgeld. Of course the orthodox press haa called him all sorts of names, but that has only substantiated his words In the opinion of wage-workers. In defense of his action Governor Tan ner fully Justifies himself In the follow ing statement: "My position has been from the begin ning, and I am now more positive in that position, emphatically against the Importation of labor into Illinois, not from the Southern States alone, but from all other States, because such a pernicious system, as I have said be fore, necessarily brings to our State and dumps upon society an undesirable class of citizens, and I do not...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. is (Published October 26, 1898.) Appellate Court Syllabi. oiithern Department, Eastern Division. of Appeals, Northern Department, Central Division, do hereby certify that the fore going la a full, true and correct copy of the syllabus of the decision in the above entitled case as the same appears on tile In my ollice. Witness my hand and the seal of the Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Central Division, this 15th day of October, 1898. Seal. W. H. GATES, Clerk Kansas Court of Appeals, North ern Department, Central Division. Every Patriot will Appreciate Our HISTORY OF THE mm Northern Department, Kaatern DlvUion. In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Eastern Division. No. 259. V. Blake, as administrator of the estate of H. P. Woodward, deceased, plaintiff In error, vs. Susan M. Pratt, defendant in error. Error from Elk County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Dennlson, P. J. A cause of action accrues upon an im plied promise to pay ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 OCTOBER 28, 0 A WMJZ2.JiM . vfo'i icrif. s f aegg J?if f f READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. Tka Wr Fever. Martial spirit's spreading, Growing every day ; lion who've e'er bwn peaceful Itching for the fray. One will be a soldier, One will be a tor ; Boonis that all tho nation Wants to go to wur. Not another subject Can tholr minds engage. Thoughts are fixed on fightingl War talk's all the rage. Ne'er regarding the weather, Caring not for rain, On the streets thoy'ro tolling How we'll wallop Spain. Goring at Old Glory With admiring eyes, Eagerly thoy watoh It ;,, As it proudly flies; Booms to be inviting ' Them to fall in line Ind go forth to conquer Under freedom's sign. Patrlotlo mualo Thrills them till they ohoer, Makes them mors determined That they'll volunteer. N ows of soldiers marching Wildly atlra each heart, Makes them Htill more eiigor To the front to atart. Wider spreads the fever, Catching young and old, Every class pervading, Sweeping...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 October 1898

1893. 16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. CJ FOR 3 THE WOMEN r of THE FAMILY i y After the Baby Has dona. on have folded the dainty garments smooth And stroked them down with a trembling hand, Then laid them safe In the bureau drawer, And only mothers can understand What tears were laid with the precious thing What memories hallow the quiet place, Bow even the dresaes seem to hold Some dream of the darling's vanished grace. There are socks of zephyr, and tiny shoes. And a strand of beautiful hair half curled, And caps of lace that once daintily framed A face, the sweetest in all the world; The pretty embroidered Christmas robe, The toy last held in the dimpled hand. How dear are theae to a mother's heart No one but a mother can understand. You will steal aside In the busy morn To handle them tenderly, one by one. You will lay them out on your empty lap When the pleasuroless work of the day 1 done. You will think of the garment of sheerest lawn In which she went to her grassy bed, Of the littl...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. OCTOBER 26, 1898. yGkHeur Lzssify Vork. T?Oa SALS OR EXCHANQ B. Three nice lhtr JPaorefarma KO per acre; improved; want Topeka property. Man? suburban home, away down, on PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, llf-114 West Eighth St. Telephone 839 Ion time. Act Dumber or acre you want, oloe the city, on long time at A percent. Several f anna, at U0 per acre, from 40 to UO acres, well Improved, long time. Bend me a desorl ptlon of your merchandise for What's the aale or exchange. I aiwaya have customers. John L. Howard, 401 Kansas Ave., Topeka. 16 Gil WEE!! Ls 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 ivuvocaie ana .news ior woric era. Look it over, size it up and send us your name. GUTHRIE, AUSTII1 & WILSOi! AT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

if 1 V A f?" Devoted to me Bar Interests or the Nome, (tie-Stop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 44. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER, ml VKAB. TOPEKA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 2, 1893. EVEJIY WEDNESDAY. Fill UK F1VK CftlNTS. We Hold the Philippines. President McKlnley Forced to Decide to Keep the Islands, Na tives and All. HEEDS PUBLIC SENTIMENT." "President McKlnley has decided to keep all the Philippines," says the Wash ington correspondent of the Chicago Times-Herald, "the paper nearest the ad ministration" and the one he would be most likely to choose as mouthpiece. "The United States will assume $40,000, 000 of the Philippine debt in considera tion of a quitclaim by Spain. The Amer ican peace commissioners will bein structed to lay the President's decision before the Spanish commissioners Mon day. The statement of the administra tion program is made on the highest authority. It was givea after to-day's cabinet meeting, at which the Philippine . question was fully discussed.' "The President's decision...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 2 NOVEMBER 2, It la the desire of th editor to maintain this department a the must important In the paper. Opinions expressed In the coin mumloatloas are those of the writers, not of the paper Itself, and the signers of the arti cles are responsible for them. The Advocate and Mews Invites expressions of opinion from every reader, stipulating only that they shall give the sincere views of the contributors, and not Insisting that they shall conform with the personal views of the editor. The freest exchange of views Is invited. The Treatment of Our Soldiers. L. A. GEORGE. I hear bo much from different sources about the treatment of our soldlorB In the KpanlBh and United States war, that I thought to add a few lines, If I could have space In your valuable paper. That the de partment may have neglected Us duty, there may be every reuson to believe, but would not another administration have done the same thing? I think that In a'l probability they would, If bo, ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

8 1838. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MV-y fa m Jf W I A system which has become run down by the trying weather of the )ast summer is not in a condition to meet the severe wi nter of this climate and will easily fall a prey to disease unless a proper tonic is used. Dr.Williams'Pink Pills for Pale People are the best medicine in the world for build in up and strengthen ing an enervated system. Do not confuse these bills with ord inary purgative pills.They do NOT act on the bowels.thereby further weakening thebody.They build up the blood and strengthen the nerves. Major A. C. Bishop, of 715 Third ave.. Detroit. Mich.. Is a well known civil engineer. He says ; "When I had my last spell of sickness a.nd came out of th hospital I was a sorry sight. I could not regain my strength, and could not walk over a block for several weeks. I noticed some articles in the newspapers regarding Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, which convinced me that they were worth trying and I bought two boxes. I d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 2, CONCERNING KANSAS mil l'l(Ul,VWlilll1il'''ff ft w rUt''"" M Topeka'H registration closed at 8,160 Shawnee county Republicans commend Election Commissioner Yount for his fairness. Parsons had 10,000 people out to hear Leedy, Boyle and Rldgely Saturday, which was quite a frost for Stanley. John Breidenthal read a paper on "Guarantee Funds for. State Banks," which the bankers heartily applauded. Shawnee county Republicans invited Senator Icgalls to make a speech In Topeka, but the Republican State Cen tral committee choked it off. F. W. Frasius, who is well known to Advocate readers, is making a vigorous and telling campaign as the fusion nom inee for State Senator In Shawnee county. A , Lawrence groceryman wandered away from home for three days, during which time his mind was a perfect blank. While away he was frequently taken for Stanley. W. H. Williams, special agent in Eu rope of the Treasury department, with headquarters in Paris, Is visiting a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 189S. In the Kansas Court of Appeals. Southern Department, Western Division. No. 258. 8. U. Clurk. aB County Treasurer, et al., plaintiffs in error, The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company, defendants in error. Error from Edwards County. REVERSED. Syllabus. Schoonover, J. 1. The tast- of J. II. Mclntire. Receiver of the Wichita & Western Railway Com pany, vs. J. If. Williamson as Sheriff of Pratt county, Just decided, cited and fol lowed. ' 2. The tax levied under chapter 273. laws of 1895, for the "prevention of prairie fires," held to bo h general tax. and further held that it Is collectable under the general laws of the State for the collection of taxes. A true copy. Attest: Seal. E. J. WESTGATE, Clerk. In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, western Division. No. 281. Otho Nowland, plaintiff In error, vs. City of Horace, defendant In error. Error from Greeley County. DISMISSED. Syllabus. Milton, J. A Detltlon In error which is ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

c THE APVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 1, 0 V Note From Actual Experience. 'Agriculture it the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man !3 si -8 Vj George Washington. jjSj Khdm Fruits. In Kansas there are more than 7,000, ,000 apple trees and 1,000,000 peach trees. With these trees In full hearing and a fairly good crop Kansas would produce 10,000,000 barrels of apples and 10,000,000 bushels of peaches. At $1 a barrel for the apples and CO cents a biiHhel for the peaches a single crop of theae two fruits alone would add $15,000,000 to the wealth of this State. Mowing l'aAture. Pastures are sometimes inclined to run to weeds and the weeds take the nour ishment from the soil that should go to the grasses. Running a mower over them in midsummer before the weed seeds ripen would soon rid the pastures of the weeds. The grasses, especially blue grass, will spread evenly over the ground and the pasture will produce a great deal more feed than when growing to weeds, and besi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

1898. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. CARE OF COWS. Gentle Treatment Bu Much to Do With Dairy Profit. The dairyman who treats his cows with the most consideration ia the dairyman who makes the most money. When well fed and not disturbed about her oalf, the average cow will lie and chew the end of contentment for hours, and while thus undisturbed willeecrete all the milk possible from the food she has eaten. Yet the domestic cow, if ehe be a good milker, has a capacity for bo coming nervous and exoitable such as the ox or spayed cow cannot rival. At all times the first class milk cow must be a hearty feeder. So long as she is given all ishe wants Bhe may be quiet COW WITH A WOODEN LKO. enough, but if placed in a pasture where the food is insufficient or too poor in quality the quiet cow will boou develop roving instincts and will break through fences in order to get at what ehe likes. A. H. Hartwig, a veterinary surgeon of Watertown, Wis., has just removed the injured leg of a valuable cow ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 NOVEMBER 2, THE ADVOCATE FOR Tll HOME AND NEWS SliOP AND f AM OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE 8TATK OP KANSAS. PsblMed Every Wetaetday,at Topeka, Kaasas, OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editobjs and PnoPBirroBg. fubsorlptlon Rat: Orw copy one year by man, 91. in elune of ten or more, Dy matt, on ytnr, 75 centt tach. The advertUina rate of The Advocate and Newt are lout. mumaUM vm lie matte ana pneet ur nUhed on amtllcatUm. No extra charae for cute eto. The pdlUhert reserve the right to reject any oojeatonaiM aanenmng. ine rentier oj inu paper nay conetder any advertisement unwn ay I enr i herein a representing a firm whote rtlUUM tv eon he couched for bv Vie vuldixher. The Advocate woe cKlablimrA in 1883, and woe eontolldated with The Kantat New in 1817. The Advocate and Newt in the oMcial State ixiver. and hat a larger circulation than any other Kamat WJKiy which receive aavertuemenu. for information regarding tviitcriptiont and ouvenutng rout, aaareet Met: THE ADVOCATE ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 189S. THE COMMONWEALTH CLUB OF KANSAS. The Commonwealth club which Mrs. Dlggs founded a few months ago haa begun Its fall work In earnest, and with a good deal of vim. There are now seven local organizations, at Topeka, Kansas City, Kas., Belolt, Kinsley, Enterprise, Wlnfield and Hoxle. It Is the object of the club to make a study of sociological questions and of public affairs, particu larly questions which concern the mak ing of better citizens and more Intelli gent voters. The club has a regular course of study outlined, and has Just finished a study of the Nicaragua canal and the reasons why It should be built and owned by the United States government. At Its first meeting the club took up the question, "What Is Socialism?" and the following reading by class and lead er formed a part of the meeting: Leader: Life storms about us with Its Imperative demand for the solution of vast problems; for the study of sociology in Its dual nature, for consideration fro...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND KitfWS. NOVEMBER 2, t . ITT-'.. 1 ' Jf.xL rAin cftmEsjssggsjBi CHAPTER IL In spite of what Colonel Frazier could say Captain Lawrence bad gone the long and devious journey to Washington Thofio were the days when the lumber ing stagecoaoa, once a week, or a rat tling ambulance, bore onr army travel ers from the far frontier to San Antonio. Another trundled and bumped them away to the gulf. A Morgan line steam er picked them np and tossed and rolled with them to the month of the Missis sippi and unloaded them at New Or leans, whence by dnsty railway journey of 48 hours or more they could hope to reach the north. The parting between Lawrence and his tall slip of a daughter and boisterous little Jimmy was some thing women wept over in telling or hearing, for only two looked on, well nigh blinded Mrs. Elythe, who had been devoted to their mother, and Old Mammy, who was dovoted to them all. A month had rolled by, and the lettora that came from Lawrence from San Antonio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

1808- 11 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. groom and bore bis bride away to a round of joyous festivities among army friends in Kew Orleans and San Anto nio before tbcir final exile to tbe far frontier. From that day to this no line had ever come from the angered and aging man, even when Laura's baby girl was born. Funds he Bent from time to time ho knew he'd have to do that, as he told her mother and she told her friends and then, just as more funds were much needed because of pressing claims of creditors whose bills had not been paid from previous remittances, Winn being much in the field and Lau ra becoming disburser general in his absence, the major suddenly died, leav ing a small life insurance for his dis consolate widow and nothing to speak of for his children. They had Bucked him dry during his busy lifo. The Winns did not invite Mr. Hodge to dinner and were not bidden to meet him. Laura was still in light mourning for her father, and for days Bhe really heard very little of Hodge's re...

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. — 2 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. IS NOVEMBER 2, THE WAGE EARNER xijjk f&wJtotototo to "-x to to to to to "i" "J O O O C J 3? 4? O i 'J c v 4? y .H"H-I"l"I"I"l"I,,WHl"t,,HH-H ? The Great Convention of the 4- Brotherhood of Locomo tive Firemen. Wrltun for the Adtocate nd Nw By CHAD. W. MjkllH, Third Vict Grand Muter, p'nron, K. On the way to the convention on Sep tember 10 the delegates and their wives Chicago, where a special train was in waiting, ready to take them to Toronto, Ontario. Seven Pullman cars were filled and the train pulled out over the Grand Trunk railroad. The trip to Toronto was made without anything to mar the pleas ure of it; fast time was the only inci dent worthy of note. We arrived in To ronto at 7:30 a. m. September 11. After getting fixed out at the hotels some dele gates went to the different churches and thus worshipped their Maker according to the dictates of their conscience. On the United States, Canada and Mexico. After all committees were appointed that was n...

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