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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. o Good for Doctors ; Good for Every body. Dr. C. F. Taylor wrote the following for physicians to read, but the good sense In It should not be left with doctors alone. It Is worth your reading: The kindly light In the darkness guides the mariner on his way and warns him from dangerous rocks. Who placed the lights In these dangerous places, and who maintains them every night through all the year and every year? The gov ernment. And they serve every ship of whatever nationality comes within their range. And the story Is only begun. When fog gathers and becomes so dense that the lights cannot penetrate It, fog horns are blown and their dismal sound is the sweetest music to the sailor in danger of being dashed upon the rocks. As the ship approaches port, buoys, lighted buoys, bell buoys, whistling buoys, etc., guide safely to the wharf or place of anchor. But years ago the gov ernment removed specially dangerous rocks, deepened channels, etc., and every year one of...

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. — 30 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 10 NOVEMBER 30. CHAPTER VI. Ten days passed Barclay had become an institution at Fort Worth, yet opin ions were as divided and talk of him as constant as before he came. First and foremost, he had met Mrs. Winn, and his demeanor on that presumably try Jng occasion bad proved a distinct dis appointment Winn was recovering health, if not spirits. A stageload of officers and ladies had come from the cantonment to spend 48 hours, and a big dance was prescribed for their bene fit. Mrs. Winn danced divinely, and never looked bo well as when with a suitable partner on a suitable floor. Those were the days when we raved over the "Mabel," the "Guards," the "Maude" and the "Hilda" waltzes, Godfrey's melodious creations, when the galop and toris temps were going out and we "Boston dipped" to every tune from "Pat Malloy" to "Five o'Clock In the Morning," and the Worth orchostra was a good one when the first violin wasn't drunk, a condi tion which had to bo provided agains...

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. — 30 November 1898

11 13S1 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. and borrow It tomorrow." Whereat there went up a laugh, for Waring was a man of mark in the queer old days of the army. Then of course every one wanted to know, as the cavalcade rode from the drill ground up to the post, where Bar clay had bought bis borsos, and some inquired how much they cost, and to all queries of the kind Barclay answered, with perfect good humor, that he had ordered the equipments of the old firm of Grimsley, still doing business in St Louis, as it did in the days when Jeffer eon Barracks and Leavenworth and Ri ley were famous cavalry stations in the fifties. The horses hethad bought of a family connection in Kentucky and bad given $700 for the pair. "See here, Hodge," growled the old etagers as they clustered about the club room, sipping cooling drinks after the warm morning exercise, "what's all this you've been telling us about Bar clay's inexpensive, economical and ekimpy ways? He's got the outfit of a British field marshal, b...

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. — 30 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 13 NOVEMBER 30, ?r V V O w "V " O VOO T V W"' V " V " f " V w f j ;- U THE WAGE EARNER Employment Seeking Labor." Xonoonfonultit. When the President was recently swinging around the circle he Bald that the country was bo prosperous that m atead of labor hunting employment that employment was hunting labor. A man out of a Job hearing this statement went to South Omaha to Bee if there wasn't soma employment there hunting for him Ab there were no good Jobs running around trying to find him, he concluded that he would try and find a stray Job for himself. He went to one of the big packing houses and applied for the posi tion of night watchman and custodian of rat traps. In this Important position it would have been his duty to Bee that none of the dead hogs got away and that the rat traps were set and baited, and the game properly disposed of. Before obtaining a position of this importance he found It necessary to pass a civil examination. He was given a paper on ...

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. — 30 November 1898

THD ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 13 Agriculture and Annexation. (Continued from putfe 1.) dltlons of life and immorality among these coolies on the Hawaiian planta tions are too shocking to lie described. These debased and ignorant people are thus practically slaves. That they rebel against such 'tyranny Is shown by their desertion in spite of stringent law3. The planters' trust that controlled the islands assured Congress in the most positive and solemn terms last winter that if Hawaii were annexed, this con tract labor system would be abolished. To keep up appearances of good faith, a bill to that effect was introduced into the Legislature at Honolulu, but was, of course, overwhelmingly defeated. At the very time that the Honolulu government was promising Congress at Washington to reform this slavery of labor, it was granting special licenses for the impor tation of more coolies. After annexation was consummated the "hold over" gov ernment of the islands Issued such li censes without stint,...

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. — 30 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. NOVEMBER 3fl, If J a READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS Then Life Would B Dirine. If those who whine would whistle And those who languish launh, The rose would rout the thistle, The grain outrun the chaff. If hearts were only jolly, If grieving were forgot And tears and melancholy Were things that now are not, Thon love would kneel to duty, And all the world would seem A bridal bower of beauty, A dream within a dream. If men would cease to worry And women cetute to sigh And all be glad to bury whatever has to die, If nulghbor spake to neighbor As love demands of all, The rust would eat the saber, The spear stay on the wall. Then every day would glisten, And every eye would shine, And Qod would pause to listen, And life would bo divine. J. N. Matthews In Washington Time. Dick and Three Topeka Boys-Tom, Harry. They were having a very delightful Thanksgiving day, all seated In the beau tiful library at Harry's homo. That dear good housekeeper who made life eo live able ...

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. — 30 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1858. ic ( ftJf F R THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY God'a Music. Since ever the world wan fashioned, Water and air and sod, A uiuhIc of divers meaning Baa flowed from the hand of God. In valley and gorge and upland, On stormy mountain height, Ue makes him a harp of the forest, He sweeps the chords with might. He puts forth his hand to the ocean, He speak.8, and the waters flow, Now in a chorus of thunder, Now in a cadence low. He touches the waving flower bells, He plays on the woodland streams A tender Bonn, like a mother Sings to her child in dreams. But the musio divinest and dearest Hince ever the years began Is the manifold puiisionute musio He draws from the heart of man. F. E. Weatherl. Paul Revere's Ride. A hurry of hoofs in a village street, A shape In the moonlight, a bulk in the dark. And beneath, from the pebbles, in passing, ft spark Btruck out by a eteed flying fearless and fleet That was all, and yet through the gloom and the light The fate of a nation ...

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. — 30 November 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 NOVEMBER 30, ltt. UdiMfear miti Work, PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, 113-114 Wt Klfhth Bt. Telephone 833. f'ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZO Is 2 ft afs the a ? v "i II u FOB BALK 0 BXCnANOH.-Tlires nice eighty tor forms VtOprftcr; lraprarvd; want Topeka 1roprtr. Many subutban hoioe. away down, on oog time. Any nnmber o( aora yon want, close to th olty, on long Unit at Spcroent. tovcral farms, at M pr acre, from 40 to UO aoras, wall lni proved, long tlm. Bend me a deiorlptlonof yonr uerohandlM for ale or eiottanire. 1 alwayi bare enttomera. John U Uoward, ul Kansas Are., Topeka. DAVID nARTIN, (Ki-Chlef Justice of Kansas) ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR. Attention given to business under the new bankruptcy law. liooras 6 and T, fourth floor, TflDCVI VtVltiC Central National Bank Bldg. lUftaA, aA.YOAJi GUTHRIE, AUSTIN '& WILS09, ATTORNEYS. Rati Estate, Mortgage, Bond and Commercial litigation solicited. Eonis9andU,BtoraontBldg.lTnnria VIO 107 VT. Six...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 7 December 1898

r Devoid to me Bar interests or the Hoir. the 5hop and the Farm Tenth Year, No. 49. OFFICIAL STATE VAV&H. mi IEAU. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 7, 1893. KVKRT WEDNKSPAT. FK1CK FIVE CiCWTB. President McKin- ley's Message. Congress Assembled at Noon Monday to Start Its Memorable Session. TEXT OF THE MESSAGE. Washington, Dec. 5. Congress re-as sembled at noon to-day under circum stances of unusual public interest. The same Congress six months ago declared war against Spain, and now, with the war fought and won, it came together again for the first legislative consider ation of the questions developed by the eventful months just passed. The spirit - of the occasion was not, however, one of immediate expectancy, for the few months left to the existence of the Fifty fifth Congress give promise of little more thaix a beginning of the momentous pol icies and problems growing out of the war. President McKlnley submitted his an nual message as follows: To the Senate and House of Representa li...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 7 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 9 DECEMBER ?, THE CONFLICT OF CHRIST AND CHRIS TIANITY. A Lecture by REV. GEOkOE D. HERRON, Profeuor of Applied Christianity at Iowa College The religious problem of to-day, which has already waited with overpatlence for the church, is an economic problem; It Is not a problem, of more churches and church members. It Is a problem of how to make human life more sacred, valuable and respectable than the abun dance of things the Individual or the na tion may possess. Among all classes there Is a growing feeling that some sort of a new religious movement Is the sole hope of a peaceful social revolu tion. The revolution does not wait for what we call "clear thinking," which term has become the familiar cant of hypocrites and cowards; nor for the want of analysis, which has become a sort of an Intellectual hysteria, exhaust ing to the moral nerve of both teacher and Btudent; but for the want of spir itual adventure, which alone achieves progress and makes right. The ...

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. — 7 December 1898

0 1899. TfflB ADVOCATE AND NEWS. PUBLIC OPINION IN Wichita Eagle (Rep.): TVtrh montf rh1tnarlaa arA UtNtnAL. being writtea about Pop ulism. Populism has a way of crawling out of the hearse at the very graveyard and biting the undertaker, which should not now be forgotten. Wichita Commoner (Pop.): Kansas must give to Nebraska the honor of being the leading Populist State In the Union, that State having elected a Pop ulist Governor three terms in succession. Wichita Beacon (Dem.): The Topeka Capital prints an appeal for aid to the destitute and a eulogy on the DIngley bill on the same page. It Is very nat ural that distress and high taxes should go hand In hand ever, though the Cap ital did not Intend it that way.. Clay Center Dispatch (Pop.): Every Interview of the kind J. Mack Love and other prominent Democrats are, giving out these days means Just that much of an addition to their stock of regrets for 1900. The co-operation propositions may be coming from the Democratic ide about t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 7 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBEtt. 7. CONCERNING KANSAS .iiiriliftMMlTillffi,i I . .till- "'"'S)!;!'""1''"" WA'V DY J. W. MORPHY. " Kansas had live snow storms In No vember. . - Wlnflold la to have a co-operative creamery plant. Goodland has shipped 210 cars of grain during the past fall. The Twenty-first Kansas will be mus tered out December 10. Clay Center now has telephone con nection with Kansas City. Two lieutenants in the Twenty-third Kansas (colored) have resigned. The Kansas colored soldiers we're not 1b the recent trouble at Santiago. Ness City papers are advocating the establishment of a county high school. Judge E. I). Pfost Is being talked of for the nomination for Mayor of Kansas City. The Smith Center Pioneer (Rep.) fa vors the abolition of the office of oil In spector. The McPherson bank, which failed about a year ago, has only paid 15 per cent to depositors. The United States Express Company's safe at Almena was robbed last week. The burglars secured $3,000. i Comer D...

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. — 7 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 6 PRESIDENT McKIWLEY'S MESSAGE. (Contluued from page 1.) Company, the St Paul, St. Louis, New York and Paris, were chartered. In ad dition to these the revenue cutters and the lighthouse tenders were turned over to the Navy department and became tem porarily a part of the auxiliary navy. Regarding Dewey's victory at Manila the" President says: The first encounter of the war, in point of date, took place April 27, when a de tachment of the blockading squadron made a reconnolssance In force at Ma tanzas, shelled the harbor forts and de stroyed several new works in coqstruc tion. The next engagement was destined to mark a memorable epoch in maritime warfare. The Pacific fleet, under , Com modore Dewey, had lain for some weeks at Hong Kong. Upon the proclamation of neutrality being issued and the usual twenty-four hours' notice being given, it repaired to Maris bay, near; Hong Kong, whence it proceeded to the. Phil ippine islands under telegraphed orders to captur...

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. — 7 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 3' DECEMBER 7. 'i i 0 WWW 1 TT TV T rPmaicai ram w From Actual Experience. s'l 8 AgricuHuM Is tha Most Healthful, Kost Useful, and Most Noble Employment ol Wan." ') , ueorge waBainguin. li.3w&---S- A W 0 ICS I Hrrkihlre Swine. Thoroughbred hogs are In demand and bring good prices. At a sale recenuy in flnrinefleld. 111., thirty-nine head of Berk shire hogs were Bold at an average of ?o9.74. One boar sold for J1.2UU wnicn is uald to be the highest price ever paid at an auction sale for a Berkshire nog. Hliort-horn Price. At a recent sale of Short-horn cattle at the Kansas City Btock yards one three-year-old bull sold ror ii.uuu. Twelve bulls, cows and heifers brought an average of $400, and fifty head sold for an average of $214. TheBe are high prices and they Indicate that the Inter est In thoroughbred cattle Is keeping tip and that breeders and dealers appre ciate the 'good qualities of such stock. Lumpy Jaw. A case of a man dying In Chicago from lumpy Ja...

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. — 7 December 1898

1898. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. " THIS IS DEWEY. Rot th Admiral IMnaeir, but Oaa Who Crows For Him. '. B. G. Smith of Elmira, N. Y., hai a t tingle oomb White Leghorn oock named Dewey, of which he ia justly proud. Of Dewey's tribe Mr. Smith writes in The American Ponltry Jonrnal: "The cook erels, numbering over 100, are beau ties, and a great many of them are marked as nearly perfect as birds can be the same way with tbe pallets, of which, of this one strain alone, I have nearly 400. The yearling breeding stock looks exceptionally well. As tbe new feathers appear their plumage becomes J II yhj m 6IKGLE COMB WHITK LEGHORN COCK DEWET. 'n pare, clean white, and tbe birds are large, etroDg and healthy. They lay a large white egg, keeping op with the worldwide record of single comb White Leghorns as best egg producers. "Two years ago I knew of a man who had 1,000 or more of single comb White Leghorns. I went to him and purchased 400 selects from this large number. I then placed tbom on a ...

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. — 7 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 DECEMBER 7. THE ADVOCATE FCR A Mr MCUC si" OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. PtiHaSeJ Every Wedaciday.at Tepdu, frasat. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editor ad Pbopbiktobb. GabMrtptloa BtMi-On eopv on 1W mail, 91. in cmt of unjor mrre, oy man, mim utmr, 75 cents each. The advertUing rate of The Advocate and Newt are low. Esllnuitet wui m mane ana prtcee jw tiimhtA m Ka rrlrn. rhtriie for eutt ele. The piMUhert rtterve the right to reject any OblcctwncUiie aavcnvnng. ine reaaen inw pufxr may contider any advenwement wnicn an miif hr4n njt rrirrjumtlnit a firm wkltie relUltU toy can be vouched for by the vuitlUhcrt. The Advocate won tnlMilA in 18H0, and vat eontolUlatcd with The Kanmt Newt in The Advocate and Newt U the official State itaprr, ami hat a larger circulation than any otlur Kanmt Hlrli .fthth srina ijlnriiMmHiA for infornuUUm regarding tubtcriptiont and advertUing rata, aaarett Oca: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ItS W. IWh A. TOPEKA. KANSAS. KANSAS PRO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 7 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1808. THE UNION FOR SOCIALIST PROPAGANDA. Get but the truth once uttered, and 'tis like A star new-born, that drops into Us place, And which, once circling in its placid round. Not all the tumult of the earth can Bhake. LowelL The Union for Socialist Propaganda is organized on principles in which I have long believed. It will exact no fees nor dues, it will pay no salaries, it will incur no expense which does not repre sent actual work for the spread of Social ism. Its founders believe, with William Lloyd Garrison, that a political party is ;the most expensive, wasteful, and least efficacious of all instrumentalities for moral agitation and the enlighten ment of the people," but they recognize the perfect right of other Socialists to think otherwise, and the Union will not antagonize political action. It has noth ing to do with the matter. Its chosen field is agitation, and to that field its efforts and its energies will be rigorously confined. It will seek to...

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. — 7 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NiiWS. 10 DECEMBER 7. CHAPTER VII Within the fortnight came poor Ned Lawrence back to Worth, and men who rode far out on the Crockett trail to meet the stage marveled at the change three months had made in him. He had ijrown ton years older and was wrinkled and gray. Winn was of the party, aud Winn, who a month gone by was look ing haggard, nervous, miserable, now rode buoyantly, with almost hopeful eyea and certainly better color than ho had had for months, despite the fact that he had lost both flesh and color during his illness. Something had hap pened to lighten his load of dread and care. Something must have happened to enable Lawrence to take that long, long; journey back to Texas. Fort Worth indulged in all manner of theories as to where the money was coming from, and Barclay of course was suspected, even Interrogated. The frankest man in come respects that ever lived, Captain Gulbraitb Barclay was reticent as a clam when be saw fit to koep silent, and men fo...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 7 December 1898

ll 1833. THE ADVOCATE. AND NEWS. proaoliTo each other'a eyes, and Ihe evil blood In the Irinhman, inflamed already by whisky, boiled over at the alight "It's Barclay ye're looking for, not Crooks," ho shouted in tempestuous J wrath. "Faith, if yewant anythingout o' the Quaker, let yer wife do tho"-- Instantly a brawny hand, that of Captain Follansbee, was sprawled over the broad, leering mouth. Instantly there was a crash of chair legs hastily moved, of grinding boot heels as men aprang to their foet, of poker chips fly ing to the floor a sound of oaths and furious struggles, for two of the party, with the attendant, had hurled them selves on the half drunken lieutenant and were throttling him to silence, while Captains Bronson and Fellows sprang to head off Winn, who with blazing eyes and clinchod fists came bounding back into the room. "What did that blackguard say?" he demanded.. "I did not catch the words. " "Nothing, nothing, Winn, that you should notice," implored Bronson. "He...

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. — 7 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AHD NEWS. 13 DECEMBER T, PRESIDENT HcKINLEY'S HESSAGE. (Continued from pave 5.) peoples In time of peace was communi cated to this government with an earnest invitation to be represented in the con ference which it is contemplated to as semble with a view to discussing the means of accomplishing bo desirable a result Ills majesty was at once In formed of the cordial sympathy of- this government with the principle Involved in Ma exalted proposal and of the readi ness of the United States to take part in the confeFence. The active military force of the United States, as measured by our population, territorial area and taxable wealth, Is, and under any conceivable prospective conditions must continue to be, in time of peace, so conspicuously less than that of the armed powers to whom the czar's appeal la especially addressed that the question can have for ua no particular importance save, as marking an auspi cious step toward the betterment of the condition of modern peopl...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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