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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 November 1898

TIIE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. S and lead the party to victory. If not there will be plenty of time to discuss men, who are now available, afterward. Let the people rest for a while. The people will have to come after their "message of hope" Judging from the following from the Wellington Voice: "When Governor Stanley was In Well ington Monday evening he had his sup per at the Arlington sent up to hla room. Now that the election Is over It will not be expected, of course, that he will stay "down among the people." Senator Harris' seat In the State Sen ate this winter will be filled by James C. Stone. He was elected In 1897 and Is the Leavenworth county man who has been putting up such a remarkable fight to secure the L. T. & S. W. right-of-way through his farm. If he proves to be as good a political fighter he will win a place for himself in the Senate without difficulty. Labette county is a little slow in the matter of filing on political claims. It only has ten candidates for appointm...

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. — 23 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. c NOVEMBER 23, J 4 ' ' f K I - . VI. .. in a ,ts rmrn n ana u ra i& to t m 8 8 ill Note From Actual Experience. "Agricu'lure is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment ol Man." ? George WaHhlngton. mtw I Animal Indiwtry. The National Bureau of Animal In dustry la doing a vast amount of work for the direct benefit of the farmers of this country. The inspection of meat for Interstate commerce la, by direction of Congress, conducted by the Bureau of Animal In dustry. It was instituted In 1891, and now their are 128 abattoirs In thlrty- . three cities where the Bureau Inspects all meat slaughtered. The number of live animals inspected in 1897 was as follows: Cattle, 8,250,025; sheep, 8,044,355; calves, 448,983; hogs, 25,560,744; total, 42,310,107. Of these the following numbers were re jected: Cattle, 25,146; sheep, 11,260; calves, 2,653; hogs, 53,145; total con demned, 92.304. This last total does not show a large percentage of diseased an!...

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. — 23 November 1898

7 1833. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. GRADE DAIRY COWS. What Mar D Done With Good Bulla and Native Cow. In an article In The Farmer M. R Wood favors grade dairy cowaand says: Do not expect that a Guernsey or any other ball can do himself credit or do yon the good of which be is capable un less yon give him a fair class of cows to serve. As to the kind of cows to se lect, take your native cows, and, as I have said, select them for performance, as, I am sorry to say, few farmers are expert enongb to select cows in any other way, and, after all, performance is a sure thing. I suggest native cows for the reason that you will bo able to build up a more uniform herd from na tive dnma than you will from a miscel laneous lot of mixtures of several breeds, because tho impressibility of your Eire will bo much more apparent when none of it is needed to counteract characteristics of other breeds. Keep tho cows that tost rich in butter fat, that give an even flow for a long time, instead of a large flo...

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. — 23 November 1898

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 23, THE ADVOCATE FOR AMh MHAC aw Tl HOME OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATS OF KANSAS. Pafcltahed Every Wednca Jiy.it Topeta, Kaoiai. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editor akd Frofrikors. Babserlptlon Rte: One copy on &V mail, II. In eluh of ten or more, by mall, otw year, 78 esnui eacn. 27i aduerttolnfl raf o JTw .idmxvifa and New are urn. Knumaic wui ne mailt ana prwe jwr nihed on axntlicatUm. No extra charye or exit, ete. The pnbllxher rmtrve the riyht to reject any objcctianauU aitvertUiino. The reader of thus paper may connidcr any advertUement which art mean herein an reiireHenlina a firm wlum reliabil ity tan be vouchal for b u the pulilUher. The Advocate wan eiablMunl in J9. and vm eontoliiUiUd with The Kama New in inn. The Advocate and New U Uie official State paper, and hat a laryer circulation than any other Kama weekly which receive advertUement. For information regarding tubecription and advertlxinu rate, addres Office: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS....

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. im. SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY. The Social Democratic party la a legit imate part of the movement In which Populism la now the most prominent fac tor. It la the outgrowth of the Social Democracy, and was organized at Chi cago last June. Already It has succeeded In electing two members of the Legis lature in Massachusetts, and its vote aa reported in seven States waa over 8,000 at the last election. Its executive board consists of Jesse Cox, chairman; Sey mour Stedman, secretary; Eugene V. Debs, Victor L. Berger and Frederic Heath. Theodore Debs is National Sec retary and A. S. Edwards, formerly with the Coming Nation, Is editor of the party's organ, the Social Democratic Her ald. The headquarters are at Chicago. The party's platform is as follows: The Social Democratic Party of Amer ica declares that life, liberty and happi ness for every man, woman and child are conditioned upon equal political and economic rights. That private ownership of the means of producti...

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. — 23 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND KiflWS. 10 NOVEMBER 23, CHAPTER V. A week went rapidly by. Captain Barclay had gone on duty, and Mr. Erayton, bis sub, bad not yet "sized him np." Lientenunt Trott, the new regimontil quartermaster, had arrived by the Saturday's stage and was roady to receipt to Lientcnant Winn for all property he bad to turn over, but Winn bad broken down under bis weight of woe and taken to bis bed. From Wash ington came tidings, telegraphed as far as San Antonio, that Lawrence wan lowly monding and would soon be sit ting up. Mrs. Winn,-absorbed in th care of her suffering husband, bad ao- cepted no u..n.i ijh many sympathetic women who called to ask if there were not omo way in which tbey could bo of aid reported her as looking fevei nit and fur from well. Some of thorn bad venturod to speak of the now arrival, and, though her ears were evidently open, her lips were closed. That site was willing, if not eager, to bear anything they had to say or tell about Captain Barclay was all...

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. — 23 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. ll In that you are bo uncommonly healthy and full of blood. This won't keop you out of mischief eix hours. Hold the bo na steady, Purliua. Kick all you want to, Jimmy. Don't you dare to laugh, Kittie Blythe. Well, if bore isn't Cap tain Barclay, too, come in to see you. Here is the little wounded soldier, cap tain. You had your arm in a sling six months, didn't you?. The Sioux did that for him, Jimmy, and you've only got to be done up in a bandage till tomor row night. Let Captain Barclay hold you? Indeed I won't. He doesn't know how to hold little boys like Ada. He's got no little boys nor big Ada either. Bet your boots he wishes ho had, Jim my." Thus the doctor chatted as be bathed and bandaged the pudgy little fist, while Jimmy lay, half relieved at the rapid termination to his woes, half resentful they should be declared so tri fling, and, with eyes much swollen with weeping, critically studied the new cap tain's appearance and gave token of mod' ifi...

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. — 23 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NiSWS. 12 NOVEMBER 2 THE WAGE EARNER JTw j y Q J C Q J Q J 4 Q g Q Q C! IZifUtyiSt? o t o o Kansas Miner Organizing. Organizer Purcell has been spending some time In thia State In the organiza tion of the coal miners In the United Mine Workers of America. He Bends the following report of his work to the Mine Workers' Journal: The U. M. W. A. Is growing pretty rap Idly In Kansas. We have seven good lo cals In existence, all of which are in creasing their membership at each meet ing. The wild enthusiasm that is some times displayed by miners to get Into the organization, and which is generally followed by lack of interest as soon as the excitement blows over, is not in evi dence here, but in its stead we And that calm determination that always insures success at any undertaking. The men here realize the necessity of having a good strong organization, and they are gradually becoming members of the union, cool and determined to profit by their past experience and Intend...

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. — 23 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 13 Rockefeller, the Good, Christian Man. It la often stated, especially la prayer meetings and other religious gatherings, that John D. Rockefeller ia wrongly abused, that he Is a good Christian man of whom people ought to be proud in stead of hounding him as they do. It has been proved timo and again that Rocke feller is meek and lowly in all his bear Jngs, that he frequently gives large Bums for Christian objects, and that person ally he Is a most charming and devout man. It has also been frequently proved that his great corporation, the Standard Oil trust, works on Sundays and other days to crush out competition and ruin men who want to conduct their business in a Christian way. Rockefeller is a Christian man, but his business is devil ish. But there are people who assert that Christianity is spiritual and of an other world, while business is temporal and controls this world. They would be very indignant if you called them anar tbists although they ca...

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. — 23 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 14 NOVEMBER li, i i ti ii linn. i linn) n-i'vr-- r " , , READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. Youth' Longing. HEl.INA A. RHEA. Time Booms a laggard, when we are youni? And are longing to reach inaturer years, Disdainful to uh the present seems, But glowing with promise the future ap pears. Bright and beautiful dreams have we Of the many jcreat things that we shall do To lift men's mlntls from the lowly earth To thoughts of the noble, good, and true. The years roll on and the time Is reached When our cherished hope was to bo ful filled. How few attain what they hoped to attain, Though they know It has been as heaven willed. Too anxious, alas! for earthly praise. Too anxious for fortune and for fame. Forgetting honor, forgetting Hod In the mad desire to win a name. Only a few are crowned with success; Many the hopes that are burled low. And we find that the time for which we sighed Was really back In the long ago Now Is the time, oh! youthful heart. Do no...

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. — 23 November 1898

1898. 15 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 11 Elpfs M ( ftjf FOR THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY Ambition Rale. The minor hides bin precious dust For moth and thiuf and cruel rust The rich niun gathers gold and land Which spendthrifts scatter as the sand. The diver brings the costliest gem To deck a princely diadum. Death passes by the king is not, And both are by the world forgot Ambition rules the passing hour, And truth Is sold for place and power. The truth endures. Power, place, ara lost. God counts a living soul the cost. The warrior Kuds to conqu'ring strife And buys a name with human life. Time bruatlies upon his puerluss fame, And naught is found, not e'en a namo Ambition rules the passing hour, Aul truth Is sold for place and power. -Mrs. Calvin a Brie. SISSY JUPE'S PHILOSOPHY. Krom Dickens' "Ilttrd Times." Sissy Jupe had not an easy time of It, between Mr. M'Choakumchild and Mrs. Gradgrind, and was not without strong impulses, in the first months of her pro bation, to run away. It hailed fa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 November 1898

id NOVEMBER 23, 1831 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. WolsHcsr Usadiy Mil PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, MS-114 WMt Eighth St. Telephone 3S3. FOR BALH OR HXCIIANG K. Three nlo elghty aore farms laOperaore; Improved; want Topeka J trope rty. Many suburban bomes, away down, on ong time. Any number of acre you want, oIom to the city, on long time at par cent. Several farm, at i0 per aors, from 40 to 241) aoros, well Improved, long time. Bend roe a desorl ptlon of y our merchandise for ale or exchange. I always bare oaitomere. John U Howard, 401 Kansas Ave., Topeka. ROOFING. Bteel Standing Beam. Corrugated, V Crimp, Kuberold. Ark llrand Prepared felt, Heaviest, Strongest, BoHt. 1wii..j Mlxwl warty for nwi. UIohhv I. V.V block rlnlhh. One gallon will r i- ! V ' ''.i I cover WW square ftwt of ur- i yHiiJk'. J face. Onn oout will last Ave R If vnw. Writ for wines. 1 ttk II KnuiCltt RooflngCor.Co. 416 Del. 81.. Kansas City. Mo. BOOTS AGENTS WANTED FOR the only Official and iuptrbjy Illurtrsud lrrOttY I mAOT...

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. — 30 November 1898

' Devoted to me m Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 48. OFFICIAL 8TATK PAPKIi. til VKAU. TOPEKA. KANSAS. NOVEMBER 20. IRQfl. CL75ta KVKKT WFONKSDAT. PKICU K1VK CKfll'S. Agriculture and Annexation. Herbert Myrlck Gives a Warning of the Dangers of Imperialism to Farmer and Wage-Worker. ABLE AND POINTED ADDRESS. Herbert Myrick, editor of the Orange Judd publications, delivered an address before the annual session of the national grange Patrons of Husbandry at Con cord, N. H., last week in which he point ed out in a convincing manner the dan gers that confront the American farmer through competition with the cheap labor and tropical products through hasty annexation. His address Is of ad ditional interest because he gave several Instances showing the spirit of commer cialism which will have to be fought Mr. Myrlck said: We have entered upon a war with Spain to set Cuba free and to establish therein a stable and independent govern ment. From that war we are eme...

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. — 30 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND MiiWS. 2 NOVEMBER" I. A GOVERNMENT official recommends that a double track air line f r&ISroad be built and operated by the United State between Kansas X t City and Sn Diego to catch the commerce to and from our new "pos- sessions," "to draw them nearer together In Interests and sympathy," f X and to "serve as a safeguard ajalnst the monopoly of corporations." 1 1 , t..t..t..t..ft-t.j r i iri lit i n What do you think of such a propo sition as coming from a government offi cial? Yet General James Longstreet, the Commissioner of Railroads, In his an nual report, Just made public, calls at tention to the general prosperity In rail road affairs and urges the government construction and operation of a first class double track railway from Kansas City, Mo., to San Diego, Cal., by air line route. He recommends a government transcon tinental air line In the following langu age: "The annexation of the Hawaiian Is lands and the possible probable con trol of the Philippin...

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. — 30 November 1898

$HE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Vi W" V Sik H0 tan1 Vt V V W 'W y 'w 'mf W Kkif ' PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT The Pittsburg Kansan iicac iropj: aiamey uaya uie ivhiioh. popa made several good laws, and that he will try to enforce them. He'll Boon be In hot water If he does. Clay Center Dispatch (Rep.): Mr. Stanley and his cabinet move Into a clean house. Let them 6ee to It that It Is kept clean. Norton Champion: The election of Pnlgree by 55,000 In Michigan shows how popular Populist principles may some times become when labeled Republican. Clay Center Dispatch (Pop.): The cold, hard fact remains that the present Pop ulist administration, with all Its mis takes, Is the best the State has ever had , or has In Immediate prospect. Lawrence World (Rep.): One trouble with our Populists friends Is that they are not consecutive. They do not stay everlastingly at It They should find some cardinal principle of faith and stick by it. Lebanon Journal (Pop.): Corporation lobbyists will not be so numerous at To...

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. — 30 November 1898

4,, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 30, GONCERNING KJsJSAS i)5lj'ijiii.iiii w u. BY J. W. Senator Harris la In Washington. The city tax at Corning amounts to 90 cents. Hill P. Wilson will be the assistant Socretary of State. About 100 Burllngame miners are striking for higher wages. Singing "A Hot Time" in zero weather Is not particularly consistent. Stanley Is unfortunate in that he has ,a mouth which won't stay shut. Crude petroleum has been discovered at a depth of 1,000 feet at Klncald. Senator Harris will push his Nicara gua canal bill at the December session. About thirty Dutler county patriots are willing to hold office under Stanley. Topeka only has about 300 applicants for places under the Morrill administra tion. A recruiting office for the Twentieth icgular Infantry was open in Topeka last week. Justice Allen will form a law partner ship with his son Otis and will practice la Topeka. Miss Fitzgerald, stenographer for State Auditor Morris, Is a cousin of Bishop Cunningham....

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. — 30 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18D8. 6 THIS WEEK'S MARKETS Chicago Grain and Produce. Chicago, Nov. 28. WHEAT Wheat to-day reflected at the opening some ol firmness that de veloped at Liverpool. The market opened d lower, but before trading com menced here the decline had more than recovered. This was attributed to the small stocks at the English market, amounting to only about 600,000 bushels. Opening prices for both December and May were c higher than Saturday's final figures. May starting at 66V4c and December 656Gc. The latter de livery Immediately advanced to 666c. Outside of the strong cables, however, all the news was of a rather bearish charac ter and prices soon began to decline un der general selling, St Loul3 being prom inent In the liquidation. It was not heavy, but little support was accorded the market and prices steadily declined. Minneapolis and Duluth reported 1,598 cars, compared with 2,001 last week and 1,443 a year ago. Chicago receipts were 147 cars, 27 of contract grad...

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. — 30 November 1898

6 NOVEMBER 30, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. i Practical Farm Notes From Actual Experience. M "Aarlculiure It the Most Healthful. Host Useful, ind Most Noble Employment of Man' i George Washington. 8f Valuable Kal KHUte. A short time ago the owner of a lot 24 by 100 feet on the corner of Broadway and Wall street, In New York city, re fused $100 a square foot for It, which would. be nearly a million dollars for that email lot. The highest price ever actually paid was $348.67 a square foot for 717 square feet In that same locality. It Is the location that gives the value to this property for It Is at the commer cial center of the metropolis of America, l'fanuti. The peanut crop amounts to 4,000,000 bushels In the United States this year. This Is a great increase over what the crop was thirty years ago when It aggre gated only about half a million bushels. The great bulk of this crop Is grown In Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia. They are also grown to some extent along the Arka...

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. — 30 November 1898

1898. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND-NEWS. DAIRYING FOR WOMEN. lira. Tan dorder Sees Great Oppor j tunltlee For Her Sex. Mis. lone Van Qorder baa achieved phenomenal sucocbs at dairying in Ar gentine, and maintains that the busi ness is one for which women are epe cially adapted. She believes that the opportunities are better in the United States than where she has been so suc cessful. In a letter in the New York Tribune Mrs. Van Gorder says: I had many difficulties to overcome in South America which would not ap pear here. Being a city bred American girl to begin with, such a life as I found myself enjoying was, before I took np my residence in the Argentine, as sealed knowledge to me. Seeking health a hundred miles from civiliza tion, out on the plains in a forgotten corner of tho province of Entre Rios, I drifted into the 'cowgirl life and dairy work almost without knowing it, and soon beoarae so interested that all else was forgotten. Some six months ago I left it, having gained health and ...

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. — 30 November 1898

8 NOVEMBER 30. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS w7m orriciAL paper or the state OP KANSAS. PsllHafaed Every Wednesday, ti Topeka, KaiaiM. OEO. D. HARRI50N & CO., EDITORS AD PBOPBIITORS. Sntaoriptlon IUti-On copy one year by mad, $1. In duhi of Un or more, by matt, on )imr, 78 tent each. - . The aAvfrtirtriQ rate of The AdvoeaU and Newt ore low. Ettimale will he mult and print fur nUhed on ajmUcatUm. No extra eluirge for cuts, ete. The puMlahert reserve the rioU to rejcxi any objectionalU advertUing. The reaiUn of thU paver may tomider any advertUement which ap pear herein a reiirenentinQ a firm whome reliabil ity tan be vouched for by the puldUhtr. The Advocate urn tMblUhrA in JSH9, and wa eontotoUited with The Kamnt New in ifSTt. The Adooeate and Newt i the official SUtiejnpfr, and hat a larver tircvUUion than any other Kansas weekly which receives attveHlntments. For informatUm regarding subscriptions and advertising rates, address Orsc: THE ADVOCATE AMD NEWS, lid ...

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