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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

p . 1 Devoted to me itenteresis and the firm , , i , ,i Tenth Year, No. 46. OFFICIAL. STATE FAPKK. 91 ME AH. TOPEKA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 16, 1898. mz EVEUY WEDNESDAY. miCK F1VK CfcNTH. Creamerymen's Convention. State Dairy Association fleets In To peka This Week to Discuss Creamery flatters. $i,ooo TO BE GIVEN IN PRIZES The convention of the Kansas State Dairy Association begins at Representa tlve hall, Topeka, to-day, and continues in session through Friday. The follow ing program has been prepared: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 4 P. M Invocation The Rev. E. L. Thorpe. Address of welcome Gov. J. W. Leedy. Response C. H. Pattison. Appointment of committees. President's address. EVENING SESSION 7:30 P. M. Secretary's report. Creamerymen's class J. E. Nissley, H. M. Brandt, W. F. Jensen, Hon. G. W. Hanna, C. F. Armstrong, A. G. Eyth E. H. Forney, Geo. Morgan, J. A. Walker, .Examiner, Prof. H. M. Cottrell; judge, Prof. G. L. McKay. "Needed Education in the Creamery and on the Farm" G. W. Hanna....

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. — 16 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER ll. Just Watch the Trusts Grow. nultlply Faster Than Suits Can Be Brought to Dissolve Them. CAPITAL: $2,703,768,900.00. In spite of the fact that there Is a fed eral law prohibiting trusts, new ones are ibelng formed every day and those now in existence have an aggregate capital! zation of $2,702,708,900. The tendency to concentrate special Industries and bring them under the domination of mo nopolistic corporations gathers force steadily. Almost every branch of the manufacturing business now has Its com bination, or trust, which controls both output and prices, says the New York Herald. Competition la being crushed out by the big aggregations of capital. The small manufacturer finds that he must either Join the combination or go to the wall, and in many cases he does not even have a chance to join the com bination. Within the last six months articles of Incorporation have been taken out by more than one hundred compa nies of abnormal capitalization, ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1M Guardsman's Trouble. .. .in rth Journal. From in utirv - . r ... V Katlnnal Th promptness wuawur Guard of the different "77 the MxlfinleVB nil wvr-" . rnw with Spain made the beftinolflg . . ... ;.: mtAAim. popular uu u.v.p. first sergeant 01 hM been a resi- Mia- itV 01 DtiuvM"- . "J.. lV.. ..h.rffpd UD for yt. v "f wd them for the cure u lT.4ri aDepsiu. t ot two J C'".U","T fr that lffiw,,.' I"" be helped temporal. it. THE ,ut could only Xis one of the roost I "I think dyspepsia " , -t 9tubbor.i of ailments, niore or I ""snmi days I uU eai.uj- iT. nihr times i w -b tMnKC. " - a ,T esscd pains wouw ion - ; IDk. iiva i' Iftrlt. . ttVnrnitoh-V w.Hy'v;i;i.iin,watertreaimei.vu".-o" , itrieq rouiij - - B lime. in i?uW "!'Lon fed Dr. Williams' r ior wera. ,nflliced to try "? P"'" i i niianj Afler taking kw aosea i KnPi of the puis i uu' "VI ,ber how many b0j?X 0id trouble stopped. t ncd them u Hit of the worst. It has been said of Amer icana that they are"a natio...

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. — 16 November 1898

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. KOVEMBEftia, CONCERNING KANSAS 'i'irliM;lY!,li7l''Wi vI'i'Iim-iucui' A$rs hk u u. BY J. W. MORPHY. Rice county fuslonlsts saved the Dis trict Clerk. Elk county cast six Prohibition and one Socialist vote. The Prohibition nominee for consta ble won at Pleasanton. Ex-Speaker Lobdell la likely to be chief clerk of the house. County Attorney Is all that the fuslon lsts secured In Morris county. The Populists elected Superintendent and Probate Judge In Dickinson. Governor Leedy ran seven votes ahead of his ticket In his home township. Seravec for commissioner was all that the fuslonlsts saved In Ellsworth county. The Republican State committee paid $600 for telegrams after the polls closed. Linn county Populists elected Probate Judge, District Clerk and Superintendent. Congressman Rldgely was the only fu sion candidate who carried Elk county. The Populists get Superintendent, Pro bate Judge and Commissioner In Clay county. The Populists elected Representative, Pr...

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. — 16 November 1898

1893. 5 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. J. W. Alorphy for Secretary of the Senate. pr mi ,i.'m n . m.iiiiin. Jim Frr.twi' inir;"i w;i rt nn r mmu w n him 1 1 : ' ' :': : ' , .7':';K The many friends of J. W. Morphy, of the Advocate, have asked hlra to become a candidate for the position of Secretary of the Senate, and he has consented. He stands an excellent show of getting the place, for he has an acquaintance with every Populist in Kansas at least, so it seems to the editor of the Ad vocate and News, who writes this unsolicited and without the knowledge of Jim Morphy. He has put in hard work for his party, work of the sort that gets the least recognition, and he abundantly deserves a reward. You can not strike any part of Kansas, as a representative of the Advocate, at least, without running against a number of the old-time genuine People's party Pop ulists who want to know all about how Morphy is getting along. Like the man who was not afraid to die, he ."has friends In both places," no m...

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. — 16 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 6 NOVEMBER 14, 0 1'Praciical F Not From Actual Experience. . .. . II..IILI..I M..1 I M..I U.I.U Cmnlnumanl a! Mia (i( jiaricuiiurf is mo raesi neminiui, wqsi uiui, aim iui nuum .pivjiuvni i t George wuiniiigton. 3 Htlck to the Farm. There seems to bo a great Inclination to leave the farms and drift into the cities and towns. This is especially bo when times are prosperous and business on the Increase. The cities are largely recruited from the farms, but many who leave the farms and go into the city or town to engage in business make fail ures of their business ventures. Mer cantlle statistics show that only about five men out of every one hundred who engage In business make a success and that the other ninety-five fall. That is, only one in every twenty succeeds while nineteen fall. If a man was very sick and knew that he only had one chance la twenty to get well he would be greatly discouraged. If men desired to cross a stream where they knew that nineteen cu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

7 1838. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AMERICAN BREED. tor Either Boad or Racing Stock There Are Soluble Animals. f An Enelish horseman says, "All beauty, resolute endurance and extreme racing speed at run or trot rest in the blood of the Arab." This may bo set down as fact. All the merits of tb English thoroughbred are to be traced AN AMERICAN ARABIAN. to the qualities inherent in the original Arabian blood, from which the race horse was developed. The most famous trotting families in America likewise trace directly back to Arabian blood. Given the blood of the desert stood, with its spirit, ambition, endurance and speed, you can make of it by devel opment and training anything, saddler, runner, trotter, pacer or carriage horso. One of the most noted American sires was old Henry Clay. His descendants are scattered far and wide and are known for their beauty and lofty, spir ited carriage wherever they are seon. Talk of your hackneys and Cleveland bays! Here is a young American stal lion, br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 NOVEMBER 16, THE ADVOCATE mm AND NEWS JZ OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. PaWIshed Every Wedneiday.at Topcki, biiu. dEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Propbiitohs. BnbMrlptlon Rate: On copy one year by main, $1. In clubt of ten or more, by mail, one yew, 76 cent each. The advertising rate of The Advocate and Newt aire Urw. Ultimate will be made arul priert fur nUhed on ayjtUcMUm. No extra c harge for cute, etc. The puulMer rterve the right to reject anu objectionaJtle advertising. The rentier of thie paper may consider any adeertUement which ap peart herein a reiyreentingaflrm whoee relialdl tii can be vowhal for by the yuhlUthem. The Advocate wo eefaltllmtd in 1HHO, and woe consolidated with The Kanso New in 1HU7. The Advocate and New i the official State jhijxt, and ha a larger circulation than ana otlier Kamas weekly which receive advert ie 'menu. for information regarding tuimcrlptlon and advciiUim rate, addree Office: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 'I"I"l,I"J'" i DEMOCRACY IN ACTION, t From "Labor Co-partnership," by Henry j Demarest Lloyd. iI,!"I"lMI"t"l"r When democratic thought sought ex pression In democratic action in Europe, the continental workingmen began kick ing over thrones and slicing off the heads of kings and queens. The English work ingmen saved their tuppences for flour and tea and fustian clubs to buy social regeneration for themselves out, of what they could save by this self-help. Penny by penny and sacrifice by sacrifice they have gone on building, tolerated as en thusiasts, until the conventional world wakens to see a very great Fact. This co-operative movement, after fifty years of struggle, has had fifty years of living prosperity, and a greater prosper ity is coming into plain view. It has achieved an economic footing of a hundred millions of property. Some of the best men and best thinkers have given it leadership. At least one-seventh of the population of Great Britain hav...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND KjSWS. 10 NOVEMBER 16, T7 i corrjviHT;i890,tr j,t.irwcTF com;" CHAPTER IV. Tor 48 hours Fort Worth was in tur moil To begin with, the Buddon, un heralded advout of a department in spector in those days meant something ominous, and from Frazier down to tho drum boys the garrison scented mischief the moment that familiar old black hooded, dust covered spring wagon, drawn by the famous six mule team, came spinning in across the mosa just after retreat, no escort whatever being in sight Cavalrymen had trotted along side, said Riggs, from two of the camps on the way, but they had made that long day's drive from Crockett Springs all alone, trusting to luck that the Fri day gang, so called, would not got wind of It Just who and how many consti tuted that array of outlaws no man, in cluding its own membership, could ac curately say. Two paymasters, two wagon trains and no end of mail stages had boon "jumped" by those enterpris ing road agonts in the course of the five yean ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

1838. 11 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. his uniform by the time they called that second evening, and It became him Tery well. (To be continued.) ' Constant In Misfortune. From the New Turk Newt. In Bettlna's cottage, where she Bat and 'spun, while her childish old grandpar ents nodded In their chairs beside the fireplace, all was as clean as it could have been in a palace, but she had hard work to fill those two old mouths and her own also. There was no one else to do it. The lady at the great house bought her flax and paid her well for it. But, after all, Bettina had but two hands, and two little brown hands cannot do all the world's work. I used to say to myself that the time Bhould come when Bettina should not work at all. Bettina and I had been betrothed two years. We were betrothed still and no nearer marriage, though I had striven with all my strength. "Walt patiently," Bettina said to me sometimes. "What does It matter? We love each other; we trust each other; let us be content." But...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 NOVEMBER 15, f THE WAGE EARNER f L'JO S O t 'J''J 4J4 O Q O Q Q Q Q Q 4! y t 'J P O V P P P P P O g O C O V Labor Candidates Win. Haverhill, Mass., Nov. 14. James F. Carey and Louis M. Scates, who were elected to the Legislature on the Social Democratic ticket, are the first Socialists to hold a seat In any legislative body In the United States. Carey has been pres ident of the common council the last year and his election was expected because of his being a shoeworker and having a large following of union men, but Scates surprised everybody by turning over one of the strongest Republican districts In the State. t The strength of the Socialist party has quadrupled since the organization of the Social Democracy, less than two years ago, and the Increase Is ascribed by the leaders In the two old parties to the busi ness depression In recent years and nu merous reductions made by shoe manu facturers! Carey has always been an Im portant factor In labor circles....

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. — 16 November 1898

1393. is THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. i ! I 'A Creamerymen's Convention. (Continued from page 1.) The following named firms and indi vlduals have made cash contributions to the premium list of the convention: Kansas Salt Company, ?50; Hurst & Co., ?5; A. W. Bear Commission Com pany, ?5; T. W. Brady & Co., $5; J. E Brady, 5; C. M. Feiring, $5; William Chandler, ?5; A. L. Charles Commission Company, $5; Cumbacher & Co., $5; Pap endick Produce Company, $5; 0. F. Chandler, $5; C. II. Weaver & Co., $10; India Alkali Works, S10; friend of Kan sas creamery men, $10: Merchants' Transportation Company, $10; the Kan 8as Dairyman, $5; the Preservitas Com pany, $25. The following association premiums are to be awarded: Patrons' class: To the patron standing highest in the patrons' class, cash, $15. To the patron standing next highest In patrons' class, $10. To the patron standing third highest in patrons' class, cash, $5. Buttermakers' class: To the butter maker standing highest in bu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

14 NOVF.MBEIU6, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. m r 'jsm-Mo. READING F O R THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. A Little Hlrd Tells. It'i strange bow little boys' mothors Can And it all out an thoy do If a follow does anything nnughty Or anys anything that's not true. They'll look at you juHt for a moment Till your heart In your bottom swells, And then they know all about it, For a little bird tolls! Now, whore the little bird comes from Or whore the little bird goes, If he's oovored with beautiful plumage Or black as the king of crows, If hla voice la aa hoarse as a raven's Or olear as the ringing bolls, I know not, but this I am sure of A littlo bird tells I The moment you think a thing wicked. The moment you do a thing bad, Or, angry or sullen or hateful, Get ugly or stupid or mad Or tease a dear brother or sister, That infltunt your sentence he knolls, And the whole to mamma in a minute That little bird tolls I Ton may be in the depths of the closut, Whore nobody soos but a mouse; Xou may bo ...

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. — 16 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. gFOR THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY Liberty. We honor Liberty In name and in form, Wo set up her statues and sound her praises. But we have not fully trusted her. And with our growth bo grow nor demands. She will have no half service. Liberty I It is a word to conjure with, Not to vex the ear in empty boastings, For Liberty moans Justice, and Justice ia tha natural law The law of health and symmetry and strength and fraternity. As the sun is the lord of life, as well as of light; As his beams support all growth, supply all motion And call forth all the Infinite diversities of be ing and beauty, So is Liberty to mankind. Liberty Is the source, the mother, the neces sary condition. She is to virtue what light is to color, To wealth what sunshine is to grain, To knowledge what eyes are to sijht. She is the genius of invention, the brawn of nationul strength. Where Liljerty Tines, there virtue grows, wealth increases, knowledge uipundtf, .And the freer nation rises...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 16, 1SSS. id-Year liiSry Work. ZZZZZTZZZZ0ZZZ-ZZZZ,tZ-ZZ:1ZCZZZ2ZZZZZZZZCZZ-ZZZZ1lZ'ZZl o zzn ! PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, US-Hi Weit Eighth 8t. Telephone 839. G fl WEEK 16 8 FOB 8 ALB Oil KXCU ANO B. Three nto elubtT aore farms KJO per acre; Improved; waut Topokn propert. Many luborban borne, away down, on loot time. Any number of aerei yoo waot, eloae to theoltj.on long time at I) percent. Haveral farms, t li-Xi per acre, from 40 to 24(1 aeres, well lmprored, long time. Bend me a description of your Dierohandlite for tale or exchange. I always ha?e ouatomera. John I Howard, 4U1 Kantaa Ave., Topeka. GUTHRIE, AUSTIN & WILSON, ATTORNEYS. Real Estate, Mortage, Bond and Commercial litigation solicited. Boom 9 and 11, Btonuont Bldg., Tn D E If A VAC 107 W, Sixth Are., lUlLAlf fXAdi DAVID flARTIN, (El-Cblof Jnntlce of KttDnaa) ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR. Attention given to buHlnen under the new bankruptcy law. ltoomt 6 and 7, fourth floor, TftOCVA VlUflC Cent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 November 1898

Devoted to me Bar Interests or Tenth Year, No. 47. SffiSWl Kansas Pub lic Servants. The State Has a Comparatively New Lot of Legislators, But the Same Old Gang for the State Offices. WHAT WILL THE HARVEST BE? At the recent election State officers, Congressmen, Representatives and a few Senators to fill vacancies were chosen. The following lists show the names of the new officers: Kansas State Officer for 1809-1000. Governor, W. E. Stanley, Wichita. Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Rlchter, Council Grove. Secretary of State, George. A. Clark, Junction City. Auditor of State, George E. Cole, Pitts burg. Treasurer of State, Frank E. Grimes, Leoti. Attorney General, A. A. Godard, To peka. Superintendent, Frank Nelson, Llnds borg. Associate Justice, W. R. Smith, Kan sas City. CongremtiiH-n 1890-1000. At Large, W. J. Bailey, Baileyvllle. First District, Charles Curtis, Topeka. Second District, J. D. Bowersock, Law rence. Third District, E. R. Ridgely, Pitts burg. Fourth District, J. M. Miller, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. s NOVEMBEF. 23, Wanamaker Is After Quay. W1H Pay $ao,ooo to Keep Quay From Putting Bribery Into Practice. SAYS BOSSISM 15 REBUKED. Last week we published an eitract from one of John Wanaraaker's speeches which he made against the Quay ma chine In the Pennsylvania campaign Although Stone, the Quay puppet, was elected. Wanamaker Is undismayed ana proposes to keep up the fight Last week Quay announced himself a candidate ior re-election to the United States Senate. This brought out the following vigorous statement from Mr. Wanamaker: "Matthew Stanley Quay In a procla mation published yesterday has inter preted the result of the recent election as hla personal trlump and vindication. He announces himself a candidate for re election to the United States Senate In response to what he claims to be the In vitation of the Republican party at the late election. The audacity of this act la consistent with Senator Quay's past history and falsifies the utterances of every ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 November 1898

3 1893. 3 f i f? f! fl tJl luS tf f 'KmT 's iij mj Si' "Hm tmJ1 f t Ai VtaV PUBLIC OPINION THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ABOUT Wichita Beacon: Leedy ratio can nave one cuntsuiauou iVANdAd. in his defeat, and that is, that he gave Kansas the best adminis tration It has ever had. Ex-Warden Case, of Mankato, wants his old Job again. The vote on Superintendent was a tie in Kearny county. Hutchinson sold 5,000 barrels of flour to Boston recently. The Populists elected District Clerk only in Kiowa county. Thomas county Populists got every thing but Commissioner. Sherman county fusionists elected County Auorney and Commissioner. "Pay your election bets," says Dave Leahy, "and remember that is Is wicked to lose." The Republicans got Superintendent, District Clerk and Commissioner in Kingman county. Russell county Populists Baved County Attorney and came very near to secur ing Superintendent. The fusionists elected the entire county ticket in Sedgwick county except one Representative. Dave Leahy sa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 NOVEMBER, 25, iip-iooi? CONCERNING KANSAS This Eminent Physician's Great Discovery Promptly Cures all Kidnay, Bladfer and Uric Acid Troubles. To Prove its Wonderful Merits Every Advocate and News Reader May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free By Mail. BY J. W. MORPHY. The Board of Pardons Is in session. Marlon has a washing machine factory. Clay county voted to build a new court house, J. B. Milford wants to sell the Dighton Journal. There are about 1,000 soldiers at Fort Riley now. The Populists got nearly everything in Cheyenne county. Clark county had one Socialist vote but none for the Prohibition ticket The Democrats elected Representative, Probate Judge and Coroner in Gray county. The Twenty-first Kansas will prob ably be mustered out some time in De cember. Representative Joe Crosby, of Chey enne county, carried every vote In his home township. Prof. Swenson wishes he had gone to Atchison to see John Seaton instead of telegraphing him. No more good men eve...

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