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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 November 1898

THIS ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. New York Central and Lake Shore, and was one of the most pleasant ones It was my privilege of ever taking. Ni agara Falls is undoubtedly one of the seven wonders of the world, and to see this beautiful place is only to appreciate it. All along the line to Chicago we had an opportunity of seeing beautiful farms and fine cities that helped to make the return trip a pleasant one. Once more in Chicago each bid the other good-bye, hoping that all would be spared to meet In Des Moines in September, 1900. In speaking of the Brotherhood and of the work that has been accomplished, it is only fair to say that a wonderful change has taken place upon the differ ent railroads of the North American continent In the way of shortening the hours of labor, raising the wages and bettering the treatment. Only a few years ago locomotive firemen had to work long hours (In many instances no limit to the time) for very small wages; to-day it is 100 miles or less or ten hours o...

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. — 2 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. u NOVEMBER 2, 0 i rMfw-JiJ V , ' .. ."VWV-flr v r otoei.. READING . FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. A Reminiscence. Thin afternoon by chance I shook A faded blotnom from a book And crumbled with my clumsy feet The thing that was to fair and awetst Bom twenty Junes ago. One summer evening by the tea My little sweetheart wnlked with uie And from bonding brier vine Kroke off this blossom as a sign, Some twenty Junes ago. Bweet were the Holds in fading light, With roses cloning for the night, And sweet the promise made to me That summer evening by the sea Borne twenty Junes ago. Ah, welll Alone I go my way. Content and stout and getting gray The light o' love for me died down, The rose o' love for me turned brown, Home twenty Junes ago. "And did she die?" Ah. no, not shot Elio married Jones aud Jilted me. She's loud and fat and "in the swim.M And Jones poor dog, I pity him. He leads a life, you know. Antoinette A. Burnett In Four o'Clook, After Many Days. I BY...

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. — 2 November 1898

1898. 16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. (i, i F R 3 THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY g y Elopement. BIN KINO. I'm out at the home of my Mary, Mary so young and so fair, But her father and mother And sister and brother And all of the family are there. I'm now on the sofa with Mary, Mary with bright golden hair; But her father and mother And sister and brother And all of the family are there. I'm way up the river with Mary, Picnicking In the cool air; But her father and mother And sister and brother And all of the family are there. I'm In the surf bathing with Mary; Her form Is beyond compare; But her father and mother And sister and brother And all of the family are there. I'm down at the parson's with Mary; It's rather a private affair; But her father and mother And sister and brother Well, none of the family Is there. What We Need In the Home. We all know what the society of The King's Daughters Is, but perhaps some do not have the opportunity to read the heart-to-heart talks by Mrs. Margaret Botto...

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. — 2 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 IMj-Yoar Laundry Work. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, llt-114 Wt Eighth St. Telephone 331. FOB BALI On BICHAN08. Ttar nto ! htr aora farms HO pr acre; Improved; want Tojxaa property. Many suburban home, away down, oo long time. Any uanibsr of aorsa you want, eloaa to th eltt , on long time at 6 percent. Several farmi, at 1JU par acre, from 40 to 140 aorea, well Improved, long time. Bend me a dtaerlpilon of jour merohandUe for ale or exchange. I alwaya bare ouitomera. John L. Howard, 401 Kansas Ave., Topaaa. What' s the I9CAW (") j.'.,,i.rra Ei! 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 bo 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 ers. Look it over, size it up and send us your name. ROOFING. . Bteel Standing Seam, Corru...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 November 1898

i mi i in mii Mi ii w M.iii n in i """ntrn'-if -y j; m ii-niru 'ij" 1 ff 11 h 1 nn Devoted to me Bar Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 45. OFFICIAL STATK rAPKJU. 91 YKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 9, 1893. EVFRY 1VKONKSDAY. 1'ItJCK FlViC tKM, Kansas Goefi Republican. State Ticket and All Congressmen But One Secured by the Republicans for Two Years. RIDGELY ALONE WINS OUT. Returns received from the election in Kansas indicate that the Republicans have elected their State ticket by about 10,000 plurality for Stanley. They have also secured all the Congressmen but one, Ridgely securing a re-election In the Third. They have probably secured a large enough majority in the House of Representatives to control the election of State Printer. When the first returns came in an in creased vote was shown for the fusion ticket, and a great many Republicans In Topeka conceded Leedy's election on ac count of his increased vote In the cities. Later, however, when the countr...

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. — 9 November 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 9, Topeka Favors City Ownership Will Have a Referendum Vote Next VVfcek to Decide on Establishing City Waterworks. CITIZENS FAVOR THE CHANQE The citizens of Topeka are considering the advisability of changing from a pri vate corporation to the city itself in the ownership of the city'B water supply. An election has been called for November 12 for a special election to vote bonds either to purchase the present plant from the New Jersey corporation which owns it or to erect and establish a new plant and system. Topeka Is a very conservative town, but the sentiment of the city seems to be strongly in favor of extending mu niclpal ownership. The Commercial club, comprising the leading business men of the city, has gone on record as being decidedly in fa vor of the change. A committee appoint ed to Investigate the matter made a strong favorable report showing the ad vantages from municipal ownership. At a meeting last week a vote was taken on the questio...

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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18D8. s "I Am Unable to Control Corporate Greed, But Corporate Murder Has Got to Be Stopped In This Country." This was the concluding sentence of Gov. John It. Tanner'3 speech at Mur- physboro, 111., last week, at the most re markable 'meeting of the campaign In Illinois. The gathering was under the auspices of the McKlnley-Tanner club of Murphysboro.. But Murphysboro Is the center of one of the principal coal mining districts of Illinois. It furnishes the famous Big Muddy coal. Perhaps 2,000 miners live in and around the thrlf ty city. These miners took advantage of the occasion to give the Governor evi dence of their opinion of his course re specting the difficulties at Virden and Pana. It has been a long time since 1111 nols people took the horses out and hauled with their own hands a man whom they wanted to honor. This Is what the miners did at Murphysboro, When the Governor changed cars at Harrison Junction to go to Murphysboro there was a coach load of R...

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. — 9 November 1898

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 9, Kansas Goes Republican (Con tinned from page I.) ernor, 149: Bailey, Congreasman-at large, 290; Curtis, First Congressional district, 139; Fallon, district Judge, 10 Hayden, Representative (Rep.), 480 Nold. County Attorney (fusion), 234 Schofleld, County Superintendent-(Rep.) , 86; Maglll, district Clerk (Rep.), 402 Morehead, Probate Judge (fusion), 409 . Stallbummer, County Commissioner (fu slon), 178. Crawford county. The fusion tlcke was elected in this county by majorities ranging from 300 to 600. Governor Leedy carried the county by 446, Attorney Gen eral Boyle by 547 votes, Congressman Ridgely by 612; F. B. Wheeler, Represen tatlve of the Twenty-third district, by 202. B. F. Galtsklll, the Republican can dldate for County Attorney, was elected by 147. Thomas K. Rlchey, Republican candidate for Superintendent, was elect ed by 16. Galtsklll was elected because he was on two tickets, having been con sldered by the Democrats in their con ventio...

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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 6 xm. Carolina A. M. Hart man, et al., Russell H, Armstrong, administrator, etc. Error from Wyandotte County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. JohnHton, J. A widow died testate, and left surviving her several children, none of whom were minors. By her will her property was di vided among her children, and the homo place, on which sho had resided many yearB, was given to a son, who did not re side thereon, and who does not claim the same as a homestead. For some time be fore her death a married daughter and also a granddaughter lived with her, and after her death they continued to occupy the home place, claiming a homestead right therein.- Tim langugue of the will giving the property to the son Imported a complete transfer of ownership to him, but In an other clause she recommended him to keep the home so that If any of her children Khould bfrome homeless it might be a ref uge for them. On the claim of a home stead. It Is held that the complete title to ...

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. — 9 November 1898

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 9, Farm Notes From Actual Experience. $ M Agriculture ii the Most Healthful, Most Useful, md Molt Noble Employment ol Man." -George Washington. S A Large Horse. What is said to be the largest horse In thlB country Is owned in Illinois. He la a Clydesdale, stands twenty bands high, weighs 2,500 pounds and has never been broken or shod. He Is nearly as large as an elephant and if well broken ought to be a whole team by himself, Such horses are freaks, and are apt to bo very logy and slow and would not be desirable, for farm work. The farmer needs a neat, trim, fast walking horse weighing about 1,200 pounds, with good muscle, so as to combine great strength with fast walking. Corn Stalks. Corn stalks are now to be utilized for making paper. Experiments have been carefully made and It is found that pa per and card-board of the finest quality can be profitably made from corn stalks, and it is expected that this discovery will revolutionize the manufactur...

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. — 9 November 1898

1898. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. PURDUE UNIVERSITY SILO. A Simple Plan Involving an Expeinse of One Hundred Dollar. II. E. Van Norman, superintendent of the experiment farm of Purdue uni versity, fa Irishes a plan of a eilo re cently bnilt at an expense and rental within $100. Laying Out In the center of the silo n stake was driven and sawed off at the height the fonndation was want ed in this instance, three inches above the ground. On top of the stake one end of a board was held by a nail. Five feet, ten inches from the nail a hoi was bored and 14 inches farther a sec ond one. With a sharp stick two circles B and 0 were marked on the ground. The space between was dug out two feet deep fur the foundation. Foundation. Small stones were nsed for the grouting nnderground. A layer of them was placed in the bottom of the ditch, then mortar made of ouo part lime, two parts Louisville cement and nine parts fine gravel was poured in and distributed with a hoe. After that a second layer of st...

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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 NOVEMBER 9, THE ADVOCATE FOR THE HOME AND NEWS SHOP ANDfAPJ OFFICIAL PAFXR OF TUB BTATK ' Or KANSAS. PuMshcd Every Wednesday, it Topeka, Kiimi. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EDITORS AMD PBOrSIXTOBS. Sr.bMiiiption Kti-On copy on vw by tMM, 91. in Cltuw oj un vr imn, ui ?r, uiw ytvr, 73 cent tatM. , Tii advf.rtMno rati of Th Advocate and Nexci or Uno. KMnutlt wi'd h nuule and price fur nWwl on OMwHratUm. No extra chary for cuts, etc. The pMUhe.n remxt the riyht to reject any objectlonaJil autvertMny. The readert of ,thi paver may comUter any advertUement which op pean herein on reitreMentiny a firm what rtlialm Ity can be vouched for buUxe puhltiher. Th Advocat won enloMMied in 1810, and woe eonsolUlaUd with The Kawm Newt in IW7. The Advocate and Newt U the official titat paper, and hat a aryer circulation than any oilier Kannat weekly which restive advertincmenu. for information rcaardinq tubucriptiont and advertUiny rate, addreee 118 W. Sixth Ava. TOPEKA. KANS...

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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 9 () ' Writers end Readers. This department will hereafter be published u a reifnlar department of the paper, and the Advocate and News will endeavor to keep Its readers Informed of the bent In the. new book and the maxaiinea. A feature will be the attention paid to the literary men and women of Kansas and other western States. Some Recent Books. LABOR CO-PARTNERSHIP. By Henry Demarest Lloyd. New York: Harpr & Brothers; Topeka: The Advocate and News. 1. Although along different and more constructive lines than "Wealth against Commonwealth" Mr. Lloyd'B new book Is' every bit as interesting and valuable. The record of a visit In the field of co operation In Great Britain, it bears a hopeful message to those who are anx ious to see co-operative effort succeed In this country. Mr. Lloyd found more than one hundred and fifty establish ments "planned, set up, operated and managed by worklngmen's brains, money and morals," using the latest machinery, and ha...

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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND KiiWS. 10 NOVEMBER 9, V s-J V'"6 CHAPTER ni. . An unhappy man was Major Brooks that gloomy month of March. The news from Washington via department head quarters was most discouraging to Law ronce. lie was both looking and doing ill. It seemed to "break him all up," said a letter from a friend in the adju tant general's office, that no few could be found to urge the secretary to do something for him. What could they do? was the answer. Admitting that Lawrence had been grievously wronged, "whose fault was it?" said the secre tary; "not mine." He bad only acted on the information and recommendation of officers to whom this work had been intrusted. If they had erred, he should have been informed of it before. "How could you be informed," said the sena tor who had championed the poor fel low's cause, "when yon resorted to a syutom that would have shamed a Span iard in tho days of the inquisition or the Bourbons with their lottres do cachet and the Bastille?" No one dream...

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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. 11 that I am numbered among them." And now, like Laura, be looked upon Worth aa cold and dormant as compared with the kindling friendships of the distant Platto. "Indeed you are!" said eho. "You bring back the sweetest days of my life. and some of the saddest. I hare no one to fcpeak to me, you kuow of course nntil you did a moment ago. Tell mo, is is his life eo changed as they say it is?" "I never saw a man bo broke up, " he responded. "He never smiled after you after after it was broken off, you know. " Barclay's smile was as rare aa a straight flush anyhow, he admitted to himself, but the assertion sounded well. "And of late what have you heard of him?" she asked, and Hodge poured forth his latest news and added more. He, too, he said, had had a let ter from an intimate friend. Captain Barclay had declared that the assign ment to the Twelfth cavalry was im possible; Texas was impossible. His business interests would necessitate his declining, if inde...

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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMDER 9, 12 MOW TO SECURE GOOD ROADS. A Leading Railroad Officer Suggest That They be Built by the National Government. - Col. J. D. Klllebrew, a leading railroad officer of Nashville, long and intimately identified with the development of the South, has In the Southern Farm Mag azine, of Baltimore, for November an In terview on good roads, In which he takes a radical position likely to attract very general discussion and to arouse-widespread Interest among all classes and ctpcclally among farmers. Colonel Kllle brew eays: "The power given In the constitution to built post roads and postoffices may be construed so as to Include all roada made for carrying malls, and that under this provision It would be proper for the na tional government to undertake a very comprehensive system of rond-bulldlng. The advantages of good roads would be of such Inestimable value to the people at large, and especially to the great agri cultural interests the foundation of our n...

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. — 9 November 1898

1838. 13 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. The Port Arthur Route. The Bubject which is of the greatest in terest to the farmers of Kansas is the prices which they receive for the prod ucts they have to sell. There is almost no limit to the amount of farm products which the farmers of Kansas can raise. What they want is the bent prices pos sible for the stuff they have to sell. Every cent a bushel added to the price of wheat this year gives to the farmers of Kansas more than half a million dollars and every cent a bushel added to the price of corn gives them more than a million and a haif dollars. Foreign mar kets must to a great extent fix the prices for our surplus products, and the cheaper we can lay our products' down in these distant markets the more will the pro ducers receive for them. The money saved in transportation would be added to the profits of the producers. The At lantic seaboard cities have always been, until recently, our shipping ports for European markets. It wa3 a long 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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 NOVEMBER fl, U.VVlvu-i JJbltia. , H w Wl.w.iiiliilli,iiiKWnl.i.,imn.....n..ii .-.-hm' READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. Talking la Their BUep. "You think I am dead," The apple tree bald, "Becauao I have never a leaf to show, . Because I stoop And my branches droop And the dull gray mosses over me grow, Hut I'm alive In trunk and shoot. The buds of next May I fold away, but I pity the withered grans at my root." "You think I am dead," The quick grass laid, "Because 1 have parted with stem and blade, But under the ground I am safe and sound, With the anow's thick blanket over me laid. I'm all alive and ready to shoot Ehould the spring of the year Come dancing here, But I pity the flower without branch or root." "You think I am dead," A soft voice snid, "Because not a brunch or root I own. I never have died, But close I hido In a plumy seed that the wind has sown. Putient I wait through the long wincer hours. You will wo me sgaln. I shall langh at yo...

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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 15 f 11 Fj tqJ) FOR THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY Unusual Experience Le Ray teen-Given up to Die ty Four Dorters Because of a Ssrieis OoopSi- cation of Diseases Hoy lie Saved iinsslf. Granted The Lady of Tears. Through valley and hamlet and city, Wherover hnmani ty dwells, With a heart full of inf site pity, A breast that with sympathy swells, She walks in her beauty immortal. Each housohold grows ead as she nears, But she crosses at length every portal The mystical Lady of Tears. If never this vision of sorrow lias Hhndowed your life in the past, You will meet her, I know, some tomorrow. She visits all hearthstones at last. To hovel and cottage and pnluce, To gervunt and king, she appours And offers tlm gull of her chalice The unwelcome Lady of Tears. To the eyes that have Hiniled but in gladness. To the souls that have banked in the sun, She seems in her garments of sadness A creature to droud and to shun, And lip that have drunk but of pleasure Grow pallid and tr...

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. — 9 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 9, 1808. Msi-Ycar Lasiry Work. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, 119-114 West Elhth 8t. Telephone 333. T7IOH BALK OR EXCnANGK.-Tnree nice Alsbtr pZCZVZ2ZZZZZ$Z2ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZCZZZZZ-tZZZZ&ZZQSZn laere farms V0 per acre; Improved; want Topeka nroDertr. Manr suburban iiomei, away dowo, on lorn time. Anr number of acre jou waut, close to the eltr.on loan time at 6 percent. several urma.at IK) per aore, from 40 to U0 acres, well lniprore1, long time. Bend me desorl ptlon of four merchandise for I What s ale or exchange. I always nare customers, jonn L. Howard, 401 Kansas Are., Topeka. 16 the 2CAUEEE 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 bo paid Home 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 ers. Look it over, size it u...

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