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TIMELY ADVICE F 31011 A UltOTlint IN OTTAWA COUNT!', To the Kdltor of The Advocatk. Wehavo not trouble! you much with letters or communicatlonn from this touaty (Ottawa). Wo are quito onrneut workers, growing la power, Influence and Btalillity. We reilIzo"liow good and pleasant It in for brethren to dwell to gether in unity". Recognizing the necea eity for maintaining this unity and har mony, we would Bay to members of tho F. A. & I. U. let there be no divlulon amongst you; we muHt remember and live up to our obligation, do our duty and act towurd each other aa bocomen one great common brotherhood. No division of a character or nature which would be llkoly to cause any serioua dissension should be allowed to exist among ua, Wo know there are uomo who go to too great extremen and are rather wild, un stable and overbearing, who often Ioho control of their feelings and likewise their tongues, this element tenda rather toward destruction than construction. Urothera, just listen a moment; we must guard ngabfit everything which might In any way possibly interfere with the continual increaoe of our numbers, the development of our forcew, the growth of our power, or the spread of our ' In lluenco. Watch thoao who endeavor to throw obBtacles In the way for the pur pose of impeding our progress. Watch th enemy. We must act with wisdom and discre tion, and we must exercise forbearance, learn patience, and continued persever ance. We often have to Bubmit to very much that Is unpleasant, but the etato and condition of tho Industrial classed forces ua to stoop bo that wa may con quer and gain victories for labor and better the condition of tho poor. Every true and honest brother will Bee the necessity of working for peace and harmony In his alliance and for the pros perlty of our order. Let us be moderate, reasonable, and fair In all of our argument-), and consist ent in our domands. Let us have charity for all and especially toward Uiobo who may conacienclously oppcee ua. We must be governed by principles of right and juatlce. We must labor for a cloHor cementing together of the Industrial classes in the bond of union and brotherly love. De sure ultimate right will pre dominato over wrong, truth over, error and virtue over vlco. Brothers, we must Individually do our duty towards the lifting 'up of the in dustrial moRBOs to a higher social and moral plain, and toward a more enjoyable life. 1 ours fraternally, John D. Cooper. R. E. HIGGS & CO., Receivers and Shippers of Grain Only Autuokized Allianck Aoknts. 324 Exchang Building. Kansas City, Mo. Market reports furnlshod fp. Correspon denoe promptly attended to. Consignments so llcltod and liberal advances made. HtntW I'VJUflSF"" " TUEOTTl D YOUR WELFARE. One dollar lnve stod In Prof. Bwann's book (tho proalest of modero times) will pay you a thous and fold return. It will telll you when to sow wheat, grass need, plant trees and corn, how to roost sueccusfully cultivate all crops for racn Tear. It Is a wonderful book of 144 pages of la formation concerning: droothy years.ciiiaeh bugs, when they may be eipecteu, In fact much v&iu able Information about everything pertaining to your Interests. Send for circular and read en dorsement by reliable men and learn for your self the merits of the book, f i, postpaid, Prof. J. C. Swann, Topeka, Kan. TSjo Majority f)t siKalled coiitfh-curci do little nuno than Impair tlirt (lUriti-o functions and create Idle. iAyer's Cherry Pectoral, on tlio con trary, while It cures tho coiikIi. doe not In terfere With tllO fUIU'tloll.1 of I'lttltT Sflilllili ll or liver. No other medicine In no mifn and rfllcaclous la dl.ifuiei of tho throat and "pour yean an;o I took a severe cold, which was followed by a terrible roiiRh. 1 was very sick, und confined to my bed about four months. ' I employed a phylcl;u most of tlio time, who dually said 1 win In coiiuni tlon, and that lie could lint help me. ( die of my neighbors ail vised mo to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I did ho, and. before I had finished taking the first bottle was able to sit up all tho time, and to go out. Ity tho time I bad finished the bottlo was well, and have remained so over since."-L. 1. Hlxby, llurtoimvlllo, Vt. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rnicrAiui) nr DIt. J. 0. AYE It & CO., Lowell, Mas, tiold by ill DrugulHti. Price 1 i sis bottl.ia, !. MrtUtlOU ADVOOATlt. Tina Kuy your trees from BRO. D. "W. COZAD, La Kan. (fi)T DE El l El FOaT SCOTT, KANSAS. GROWERS OF ESTABLISHED 1837. LARGEST IN TDl WEST! full mz OF Nursery Stock neae mention Tn Advocatk, WRITE FOR OUU NEW LliJT Buying Trees. to he:ibeeso"-almakse Do you wltih to know what your brothers are doing for the alliance In Ohio, and to read one of the oldest and bout agricul tural papers published? If so, send your subscription to THE OHIO FARMER, Cleveland, Ohio. It Is & weekly, 18 panes, establish ed 43 years, and Uthe most prac tical (aimers' paper published. Nubncrtbe now and Ret the rmt of this year CrM. Horn pies will be sunt to all applicants free of charge, ONLY $1.00 PER YEAIl ! "The best paper In the world for the farmer and members of the alliance." W. if. LiMsrui, lfct. OMu Farmer' A.V liarwe. Addreoa The OHIO FARMER, Clovaland.O. rioiuis mention Ad vocate. STFKFTFF'S '(GlnflGliLjrjaM, ; I IMPROVED flog Gn Gu Grcateat Discovery Known for tb euro of 1100 CHCLEItA, and PIN WORMS IN HORSES. Poiwill Ind.. Oct. 13, 9X. Mr. C. G. Slcket : Your lloa Cholera Cur. of which I M two boxes to a yearling coll. brought lino drdiof pio worm and smaller red onei from her. bh ia doing splendidly. W helieva it to he a food medicine. WILLIS K OBI SON. Never was known to fail: tha anlv sura remedy for worms in lioxs. Ilors, 8heop. Dora or Fowla. S.Ymy packafa warranted if used aa per directiona. lnce, 5c. per packaee, 6c. by mail, 3 f ackagea It.jo by xpret, prepaid. If your druC" got it tfd direct W t' t proprietor, dlCO. G. &TKKKTKK, Grand RaplJn, Mich. ICmaixihci all Chut a Hoc Cholira RiMawna. Mention Tub Advoaate. Gcszcbisi for Taj Advocatk. BuprIor penmaaflMp, Topja JJu3.QqIL Va "V rA UVr t (rtcrfe mm ci'X Commrrclal illlt., Cnr. Illh ind Ihln lU., Kir.uj City, V. B.Ubll.k4 01. ti,t&-liiMrrl4 J. If S .. All Knirllnh knit Culnmrrvliil III am ho. )'tiiinig;rttih) Trw Willlnif, Mixlrrn l.mn.ifr., llmwlnir, eto., Uniflii at IowkhI rma. 1'iiiiiii.ms A,lnlkr. No V4 (limn, CuiIikiiii f n, I (TUn aura U UII or ad 'iTlO college rooms, 'acooinmottatlnir Bo stu donM; ID toc hers and lecturers: hv,h aiudcnLi pant ch(H year; peuuiausblp awarded flnit pre mium 17 years. n rri rnnni f 1 cuLvanarnif. Our Imtltete Is the mont complete and thorough, and Only 1'raotlrul On In y gnaranU-u positions, R0AD3 VANT YOUNQ MEN I W. J. ItOSI, Supt, Knot: llldr., Tojka, Ka. i:rv towiis Is the loadlnnCommerclal, Rhorthand.Teleiraph and IVjiniumhtp limt.lr,uUon In KaiKiin. lWrd from II. W) jMir week up. Write in f.r our Illus trated Journal, the nuvat rleirmt you tmve ne,n. It vivos full Information. AildreisC. K. 1. I'AIV KfLit, I'rlnclpal, Kinporta, lian. nook-kerotnjr, Bhortluind. Telefrrsphlnjr, Pen manship, TyjmwTlUnsc, and all other bunlnens branches ttvoioiiKtily Uuuht. (IradiiH.tos si"'uri giMMl iNMltlona. fiOAKO, il.90 PE.1 WLU. houd for circulars. EAKMS HOMImT CGLLEGE, FOKT SCOTT, KANSAS, Is the school for the masses. Students can er.tvjr at any time and find classes to suit them. Total expends for board, room and tuition are only 'J to f:tA jMir U-nn of 10 weeks. Clanws are ar ranged to suit all who come. Many young men and women who have attended school but short time enter every year. If you cannot attend but a short time, enter the K. N. C. dome and tond ten weeks with us this year. Hundreds will do so. write for circulars ami catalogue, informa tlon freely Riven. 1). 1L HANDl'.UH, rresldont. A. D. JOHNSON, rresldont. G. L. BKINKMAN. Vlee ltualdent. ioniisoii-EiniisnAii COMMISSION CO. m L'lLL FEOSUCTS, ETC. Boom 828 Hxchane Illdfj. TTonnnn pifw TTs Telephone aou MilMi III, IiJ Please mention Tun Advocatk. n DECKER DR03., AND HARRINGTON. ORGANS STORY & CLARK Sold on easy payments or for Caen at Loweet Tricon, JCvery instrument warranted. Write for cat&loffuoe. HARWOOD "SWld, CATALOG UK3 1 GUITARS Violirtn, Banjos. Arwrdionn, cto. save 40 rm CENT I J.W.JENKINS'&SON, 015 Kiln Zint KA1IBAQ CITY, - - 110, fUenUon Advocat.1 Please remember to mention Tn Adtooati wben dolra bualnMi wlUi our adTortlsera. A IX RKntRTAKIKM HIIOULI) IIAVK MY new Pocket KountnJn lti. Always realy for twe. v.Wi poiitpidd. 1C. J. Thlstluthwulte, Tot Canoxto, Kan. FOIt HAMC-A IJUHIN1C.'H IIOlTMICANIl U)T on KaiiNas avenue, rrnf.rully Uku14. A ;n.ll biiiount of moiiiiy will c atcn t!i'n. Tlientl imnwy bubta for th ilht party, ( all and W. I). BTAUK, WH) Qulncy street, Topel.a, Kan. FOH KAL1C-A NO. I OKOCKItY UKINK!lf4 on Katrtas avmiti), rrntrally ImiUixI. aivd dolnu a casti trAle. l itis Is an opportunity for any person or firm seldom met wait, and huv'.mr, some money to invest, Ifyoiiwtan to Invests iralo call on W, I). UTAH it, 60 yiilney iXimt, ka, Kan. KiO or morw, atonff the Gre.t Nor. thern lUMway Miio. Iluidivees rhanres. Write Y. I. Vhitnet, ( I. P. i T. A., U. N. Ky., tit. Paul, Minn. PARTIES DESIRING to make Invent meuts or secure homes In the nw state of Waithlmrton can not do lielter than to write or cu',1 ou Ihs I. I. McCarthnr lnttmant Aoncy of Kjiokane Palln. Wasltlntou, the old cnt eaUh'tbhod airency ri In line of tho Noitlt ern Pacific railroad. (Mention Advocate.) A WAY OUT. Monty st 3 1-2 Per Cent, on Reil Estate Through National Capital Loan Society. Payable, principal ami Ir.tereMt In Installments, In rlnlit years. Menibershtp fee ft per shwrej 1100 per share lonned. Inv'HttfHfH. Mnrjoa amount wanted. HAL. W. NKISWANdKH. . Ocncral A Kent, Ottawa, Kansas. ras mi msm mi i Holdlers and snllors who served 00 days or more tn l.itn war unable to earn a suport by MANUAL LAEOX entitled to from M to JU per nionLh, whether dlsableit In servlee or since. Wldowq, alRO.entftM. SPECIALTY. CI AITJ3 F0 WMAlt. AddreHS WILLIAM H. ItlctHIK, late Chief ClorX liureiiuof PeiiNtons, WaNlilnrton, I). 0. Twelve years' experience U Pension Korean as Examiner, Sxclal Kxamlner, An! Chief of W vision, Ass't Chief Clerk and Chief Clerk. j. n. DITEO ATTORNEY AT LAW ledgwlck Block, WICHITA, KAX3A3. Alliance bwilneM cspoclaJly snllcltod. MeuUon Thx Aovooatx. EZGIUlieE DI2IIH3 B08IIS, Xia West Sixth Rtreef, Topeka, Kanwas. Home cooking and the besl coffee In Topeka our specialties. Kooinn larite and plensant, com fortable and neat. Prices as low an In the city, ('all on us and vou will bo entertained aud pleased. KXCllANUK DININd KOOMS. ST.NICH0LA8 HOTEL 423 Ksnsss Avs., Topeks, Ksnsss. FAMIf.V AND COMMKKCIAli IIOTEU LltAD INil l 00 I'KH 1)AV Hoi'rtH IN TUB WfHT. HiMx:lsil rate by mall for term of i.Kcii4i,ATUitt and tcachors. P. 3. WniCHT, Proprietor. Mention this paper. Button lit! Next Door South of Court House. TOPICKA, ICANHAG. 11.00 pur day. Low rates by the week. M M. II. DUTTON, Prop. M Visiting Kansas City Patronize ilis "OLD RELIABLE" m IT nnnnn nuuuu 200, 'JIO and 212 W. 6th Ht, Rates, $1,00 to $1.50 per G17. Best fare for the money In tho city. Take cable cars at Union depot to the door, 0. V. COOPER, Prop. It. A. BIAONAN, Mgr. 1 ;.