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THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS.
1808 17 KOCOXX0 , , , ; WHY IT'S WORTH YOUR WHILE. 8 9: 6 9 9 o 0 TWICE AS MUCH FOR YOUR MONEY. For 1898 you will get from the Advocate and News more than double the service given heretofore. The size has been increased, old features have been strengthened and new ones added; no means will be neglected to maintain the Advocate and News as the leading Kansas weekly and one of the leading papers of its class in this country. Each issue will be an improvement over the preceding on; the present number is only a small indi cation of the good things that are coming. HEWS The Advocate and News will be up-to-date ornpc n every way an(l especially so when consid otHYIut. ere(j as a newspaper. The latest news from everywhere will be published in crisp, complete form, but not in any way in a degenerate or hysterical man ner. The department of Kansas news will te continued under the supervision of Mr. Morphy, and it will be as complete and readable as heretofore. The general news of the world will receive full consideration in short, crisp paragraphs and longer headed articles. What Congress does, the President's policy all the news re garding national affairs will receive special attention. The State administration's work will be fully covered regularly and in special articles. Whenever necessary the telegraph will be used to obtain the latest news. PHI i-rinq The Advocate and News will take an ag rULI Iloo. gressive but sane stand in its treatment of political matters. It will work for the best interests of the producers of the country, especially the farmers and wage-earners of the West. It will be above any petty partisanship, discussing matters with due respect to the opinions of all opponents, but it will not on this account fail to be vigorous in its denunciation of methods which antagonize the welfare of the people even though its own friends may be the spoilsmen. The Advocate and News is both a re form and labor paper. It endeavors to aid in the accomplishment of needed reforms, not by any rattle-trap methods, but in so sure and safe a manner that really permanent good may be brought about. The labor movement comprises all effort for the uplifting of all toilers, and it is the policy of the Advocate and News to afford one means of uniting their forces in education and agitation for their common good; it appeals to the farmer and the skilled and unskilled laborer alike as a medium which can exert an influence for their welfare. In addition to its policy as above out lined the Advocate and News will main tain its high standard as an agricultural and family paper. It will be a clean paper, and not an advertising catch-all for the financial benefit of the owner. The farm department will be edited by ex-Senator Peffer, and additional agricultural matter in the way of practical experience notes is a new addition. Matters of interest to the farmer will be fully covered; conventions and other matters of interest will receive special attention. The home reading will be carefully edited, and it is the intention of the editor to make it one of the most interesting departments,' by the careful preparation of a high grade of reading and the securing of stories, poetry, etc., of the best class. The departments of labor news and railroad employes will be strengthened by additional news about the unions and brotherhoods. The Advocate and News will use its in fluence at the capital of Kansas for the advancement of the principles of unionism". The Advocate and News is a $2 paper; you get it for $1. Your money back if you do not get more than its worth. Subscribe through your local paper or news dealer or send the money by draft, check, stamp or money order to GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., 116 W. Sixth Avenue, Topeka. A REFORM" LABOR" PAPER. SHOP AND FARM." OUR CLUBBING AND PREMIUM OFFERS. We will club for you with any paper or periodical published; write for terms and save money. If you are interested in any par ticular book or in any special line of literature, write us. We can make low rates on reform literature. If you want any thing about the single tax question, the Social Democracy, the labor question, the financial question, make out a list and write to us, or write for a list on any question and for clubbing rates. You can save money by remitting for any of the following papers when sending in your Advocate and News subscription. Write for special rates for a number of publications. Agricultural Papers. I Name of Publication. " OrariRo Judd Farmer. 11.00 Farm and Fireside (seml-mo.). .IW Iowa Homestead 1.00 Rural New Yorker 1.00 Western Kural (semi-weekly). 1.00 Breeder's Gazette 2.00 , Kansas Farmer 1.00 Prairie Farmer 1.00 Cultivator and Country Gen tleman 2.00 Poultry Keeper 1.00 Poultry Culture 60 Political Newspapers. The American (Wharton Bar ker) 12.00 Silver Knluht-Watchman 1.00 Nonconformist 1.00 Chicago Express IW Missouri World 50 3 Sir : go 11.75 1.35 1.50 l.ftl) 1.110 2.00 1.50 1.H0 2.50 1.35 1.2ft 1.80 1.60 1.A5 1.40 1.35 Tom Watson's paper 1.00 Cincinnati Enquirer (seml-w). 1.00 Topeka Capital (semi-weekly) 1.00 Topeka Journal (dally) 3.00 8t. Louis Republic (seml-w). .. 1.00 Magazines and Other Periodicals. New Time 1.00 Arena 2.60 Forum 3.00 North American Kevlow 6.00 American Monthly Hovlew of Reviews 250 Atlantic Monthly 4.00 Century Magazine 4.00 Cosmopolitan 1.00 Harper's Magazine 4.00 Harper's Weekly 4.00 Harper's Bazar 4.00 McClure'i Magazine 1.00 Munsey's Magazine 1.00 Public Opinion 2.50 Scrlbner s Magazine 3.00 Harper's Round Table 1.00 St. Nicholas 3 00 Youth's Companion 1.75 Ladles' Home Journal 1.00 Woman's Home Companion... .60 1.05 1.50 1.60 8.00 U5 1.45 3.00 a.50 5.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 1.75 4.00 4.00 4.00 1.75 1.80 2.60 8.60 1.75 8.50 2.25 1.80 1.25 Send all money to us, remitting by money order, draft or check. CHANCE TO HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY. Htnfford, Kan. We have re ceived the ma chine all right and are well f leuned with It. t Is a dandy. Your truly, It. H. DenlNton. Abbyvlllo, Kh. 1 thought I would drop yon a few lines to let you know 1 re ceived my ma chine all "rlKht. I am very well pleased with it and like It as well or better than any ma chine 1 ever used. Yours re spectfully, KUaM. Dixon. Oltlce of Coun ty Attorney, Medicine Lodwt, Kan. Your ma chine received In flno order. It Is a tine piece of workmanship and gives the UtmOHt SIltlHfUO- tion. L. K. Heals. Stafford, Kas. WeareKrently pleased with our machine and think It ns pur red In every way as was ad vertised. We have reconi mendod It to our friends, and hope they will patronize you. J. J,. Brock. The "Advocate and News" High-Arm Machine. Made on special contract. A handsome, durable machine. It has been tested for K9rae'lfa,bH.ae:waanyd9isoun1 GUARANTEED FOR TEN YEARS. CD 20 Advocate and Hsws ona yaar, and this Macito Freight prepaid to any point east of Denver. 0 EXTRA ATTACHMENTS in metal-lined case, and book of Instructions, sent free with each machine: 1 Tucker, 1 Huffier with shirring plate, 1 Ilemmer Set (4 widths) and Binder, 1 Braider (foot and slide), 1 Thread Cutter. These attachments are fur nished free with each "Advocate and News" Sewing Machine and should not be com pared with th se furnished with other machines. Note that these furnished with the ''Advocate and News" are steel, self-adjusting, heavily nickel-plated. In elegant velvet-lined metal boxes. These attachments are the most complete and extensive ever offered free. ADDITIONAL ACCXSOKlKM-Eacn machine Is supplied with the fol lowing outfit: 1 Ilemmer and Feller (1 piece). 10 Needles, 6 Bobbins, i Wrench, 1 Screw driver, Oil-can filled with oil. Cloth Gauge and Thumbscrew and a book of Instructions. The book of Instructions is profusely Illustrated and answers the samo purpose of a competent teacher. Sent FREE to any person sending a club of 35 subscribers at the regular yearly rate. o I o 0 0 o 8 $35 (MINE El $20 I SAVE MONEY ON A STANDARD X i'"'":'!! 3i7? Ik'5,:,;v-':.l';';i ) X''.'"' j'''.' ''f'" ;' ' ' 1 V Is 1 1 OQO00COCOQ