Newspaper Page Text
THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS.
12 APKIL 12, Proclamation to The Filipinos. (Continued from page 1.) Chun. Pratt, New Cambridge, private. M, n go 27, single, killed In action; relative, 0. Pratt. New Cambridge. lllnim li. Plummer. Oarnott, private, I1, ngo 32. slnKle, killed In action; relative, Mary III11, Ltliifkljurn, Okla. Edward A. Retfoomeyor, Topeka, private, A, nge 21, single, died of disease; relative, (. c. Rcthemeyer, Watervllle. Alonzo Y. Klcketts, Htanton, private, I, i jjjo 24. single, killed In action; relative, H. F. Klcketts, Stanton. J. Sheldon, Osnwatomle, sergeant, I, ngo 23, single, killed In action; relative, W. II. Sheldon, l'aola. Benjamin M. Squire, Junction City, pri vate, I,, upe 25. single, died of dlHcuse; rel ative, (J. W. Kqtilri'H. WIlHon. Charles II. HnndgrnsH, WlnterB, Col., pri vate, 11, ago 2Ti, single, died of disease; relative, Matilda HnodgrasH, Minneapolis, Knns. John Sherrer, T.os Angeles, private. (1, ttge .'19. single, killed In action; relative, Chris Clnltta. Los AnKeleH. Oscar O. Thome, T,n CyKtie, private. O. age H, simile, killed In acitlnr, relative, MrH. It. F. Thome, Ta Cygne . William Vanell, Fort Seolt. private, 1, age 21. HliiKle. died of disease; relative, H. f Vfinrll Inl.1 Samuel M. Wilson. Hallna. private, M. age 2(. single, killed In action; relative, W. O. WIlHon, Sullna. The following additional names have been reported in the dispatches: Dallas Pay, private, Tl, died of disease. Harry Pepper, San Francisco, I, died of disease. Orvlllo R. KnlKht. San Francisco, pri vate, F. died of disease. (Veil Flowers, San Francisco, private, L, died of disease. WIlHon If. McAllstcr, captain, M, died of disease. Louis Moon. San Francisco, private, B, died of dlse-ise. Clifford K. Oreenough, San Francisco, private, L, died of (Unease. Justice Field Has Passed Away. (Continued from page 1.) sociate justice during the Cleveland admin istration, lmt so strong wan his dislike for the then president, that ho continued in of fice, until President McKinlcy could ap point liin successor, which he did in the person of Judge McKenna, another Cali fornia jurist. In addition to his political honors, Wil lianm College, in 18C4, conferred the degree of I.L J), on him and in ISO!) he was ap pointed professor of law in the University of California, an institution in which he always took great pride. Judge Field's three brothers, David Dud ley, Cyrus W., and Henry Murtyn, left their impress upon the history of the United Slates, and his sister, Emilia, ia the mother of Justice lhewer, of the United States su preme court. Is Doing Good Immoral? The enormous sale in England of "In Ilia Steps: or, What Would Jesus Do?" by the lU-v. Charles M. Sheldon has attracted the attention of the literary reviews of both continents, and one eminent critic has cre ated something sensational by declaring the Inwik immoral because it is an attack on the exist ing order of things. He cannot re strain his disgust because "In His Steps" shows so plainly that os we live now it is impossible to lead n Christian life. This critic and Mr. Sheldon stand for two great opposing forces. The former is for letting things be, for not disturbing the thieves in the temple or mentioning the devouring of widows' houses by makers of long prayers, for a fat and greasy contentment that serves mammon under the cloak of God. Mr. Sheldon is for a Christianity of deeds. He asks for a new order of things because a Mtcr order is needed. He would follow Christ's steps to the kingdom of heaven, even though the march does overturn flesh pots and leave behind some gilded things; Wnnsp he would do this and claim as his brother in the inarch those whose armor may be more ragged than golden, though their purpose be most steadfast, is the nil thor of "In His Steps" immoral? MOTHERS recovering from the illness attending child birth, or who sutler from the effects of dis orders, derangements and displacements of the womanly organs, will find relief and a permanent cure in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription. Taken during pregnancy, the "Prescription" makes childbirth easy, by preparing the system for parturition, thus assisting nature and shortening "lalior." The painful ordeal of childbirth is robbed of its terrors and made almost painless, and the dangers thereof greatly lessened to both mother and child. The period of confinement is also greatly shortened, the mother strengthened and built up, and an abundant secretion of nourishment for the child promoted. If the married woman Ik delicate, run-down, or overworked, it wor ries her husband us well as herself. This is the proper time to build up her strength and cure those weaknesses, or ailments, which are the cause of her trouble. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription dispels aches and pains, melancholy ami nervousness, brings refreshing sleep and makes a new woman of hen "You say the popular Miss Smith can play the piano. I never heard her." "That's just the point. She can, but she doesn't." Chicago Post. Mamma Kobby, Hobby! Is this an ink spot on the library carpet ? Kobby (hastily) An ink-spot? IVTo, in deed, mamma! Not if I got it there. J udge. "Do you play cards?" "Only for small stakes." "It's all right if you play for something to eat but I won't hear of you playing for money." Pittsburg Press. "Why do j on say that you will many inly a widow?" "Well, 1 think it is the part of wisdom to get some one who has already discovered that men are not angels." Chicago Post. A coal dealer had occasion to cull on one of his customers and found him sifting ashes. With business inslinct hi1 imiiircd: "Well, my friend, what kind of ashes are you sifting now?" "I can't say exactly what kind they are," was the reply, hut I know they are nor. the ashes of the just."- Richmond Dispatch. An ITnlur.k Man. "Hit does seem," sighed tho old lady, "that my John hain't got any good luck in this worl'. He went in the war nn' they shot off his leg. That wuz somcthln' 'kaze ho got a pension fer It. Put on his way homo the train run off the track, an' instend o' cutting off his good leg. bo's he could git damages, It run over his wooden leg, an' to my sartln knowl edge he's been In a life Insurance company ten years, an' he ain't dead ylt, an' 'pears like thar ain't no prospects of It. I never did see a man hold on like him!" Atlanta Constitution. 8.H3. 838.85. Tho Union Pacific has made tho greatly reduced rate of $28.83 to Portland and other Puget Sound points; also to Helena and Montana points, Salt Lake City and Utah points. For tickets and full information call on F. A. Lewis, City Ticket Agent, or J. C. Fulton, Depot Agent New I Model THE KEMPER & PAXTONS CONSOLIDATED STORES New Model I 7 00,000 ""JS? aaz 7 00,000 My stork of old iiml tho crciim of I the new Htruwherrk'N for Issit Ih Hrst-clUNK. I AIho Kuhu- liorrleH, HIiu'kliurrlt'N, (JooHOherrles mid l'eur Trues. Hoiul for price llHt. B. K. SMITH, Box 0, Lnwrence, Kao. (First Published March 8, 1399.) Bond Redemption Notice. To the holders of bonds Issued by Saline County, Kansas to the Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company. Pursuant to the laws of the State of Kan sas and an order of the Board of County Commissioners of Saline County, Kansas, I, Henry H. Eberhardt, County Treasurer of said county hereby give notice that the fol lowing described bonds with accrued Inter est thereon Issued by Saline County, Kan sas to the Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company, to-wit: Bonds number fifty-three (5:1), and number fifty-four (54), and number llfty-flve (55), and number flfty Blx (5ti) bearing date December 28th, 1887 and of the denomination of one thousand dollars each will be paid on the 15th day of May, 1899, at the Fiscal Agency of the State of Kansas, in the city of New York, State of New York, and further notice Is hereby given that on the 15th day of May 1S99, said above described bonds will cease to bear interest HENRY II. EBERHARDT, Treasurer Saline County. DR. CORNWALL. Old KntabltHhed. Most Successful Specialist. Ner vous Debility, LoHt Vitality, OrKnnlo Weakness, Knrly Decay. Lack of Bnericy, Belt Distrust, Weak Memory, Dyspepsia, Catarrh, Kxhanstlnx Lossos. Effects of Abuse orKxoems Cured to8ty Cured. Send for Blank No. Ix. Free, Healed. Mood and ftfcln Diseases, I'olson, llloers, More Mouth, Throat, Tontine, Pone l'ulns. Kalllmt Ualr, Life Cure. Hlank No. ix. Kidney, Urinary, Bladder Cases, Gleet, Htrtotare, I'leasantCure. Blank No. Ax. Hours, 8 to 4. Sundays, 10 to 12. Address 215 W. 9th St., Kansas City, Mo. We Make a Specialty of.. MAIL ORDERS. His H Dry Goods Millinery Shoes Clothing .. TEN .. epertment Furniture Hardware Qusensware Rugs and Carpets Cloaks and Capes Proprietary Medicines DROP US A POSTAL FOR LATEST PRICE LIST OUR APRIL "SEARCHLIGHT" JUST ISSUED. The People's Store 1 The New Model Supply Store TOPEKA.. ..KANSAS The People's Strttv (?) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, 537,530,511,543 and 1015 Main Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. Lamest Mall Order Grocery and Supply House In the country. Established Average saving of SO per cent on everything you buy. Send postal for our complete Catalogue. Contains Groceries and Liquors, Drills. Hardware. Specialties. Kami and Grass Heeds. Hend lft.00 for this Bample order. Every Item iruuranteed to k ve satlsf action. It is not sotue tblng for notblnic. but a bill of groceries at a low price that can be uaod In every bouse. No obeap stuff, but all tlrst-oluss. Key. Retail Our Price. Price. 25 lbs. Finest Standard Granulated 8imar.ll. 40 Il.OO 10 bars K. U. W. HiKb Grade Laundry Houp .85 .11, 7CaiisCholceFreoiiioDt.Iowa.8iiKarrorn .70 ..Ml Cuu8 Solid Pack Htan'rd Tomatoes 3 lb. .75 .SO 10 lbs. No. 1 Hand Picked Navy Beans 35 .2S 5 ('akos ;iO per cent Transparent U lyeerlne Soap 60 .25 5 lbs. California lUUIa Cured Prunos 40 .25 1 lb. Packaxe Kancy Heeded Kalslns 15 .10 1 Large PackaKO Deland s Baklnit Soda.. .10 .05 1 Dos. Boxes Klondyke Parlor Matches... .10 .07 1 lb. Absolutely Pure Ground Pepper H5 .23 1 lb. Fancy HOc Gunpowder Japan Tea it) M 2 Cuds Pride of Columbia Bed Salmon 40 .15 1 -lb. Can Uoney Dew Table Syrup 15 .10 1 Bottle Wheeling, West Vs., Catsup 15 .10 1 H-oi. Bottle Standard Extract Lemon... .50 .25 1 2-ox. Bottle Best Trlplo Extract, Vanilla .25 .10 1 Box Best Grade Ball Blueing 10 .0:1 1 Jar Calumol Preserves, Extra Fine 30 .12 This order box weighs about 100 lbs. $7.80 15.00 Freight 100 miles about :i0o. 200 miles about 5o, and soon. Offer holds good till Juno 1st. An Item in this bill can be returned at our expense If not satisfac tory. Hend p. U. or Ex. order or Bank Draft. (Mention this paper without fail.) 24-Page Farm Paper Five Years Free. Send 81.00 for the lfjht-pai?e weekly Kansas Agitator for a year and receive The Farm Jour nal free for rive years. The Agitator Is u red hot reform Journal. Address Kansas Agitator, Garnett, Kans. (First Published March 8, 1899.) Bond Redemption Notice. To the holders of bonds Issued by Saline County Kansas to The Chicago Kansas and western Railroad Company, and also to The Chicago Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company. Pursuant to the laws of the State of Kan sas, and an order of the Board of County Commissioners of Saline county Kansas, I, Henry II. Eberhardt county treasurer of Saline county Kansas hereby give notice that the following described bonds with the accrued Interest thereon, issued by Saline county Kansas to-wlt: (Jl2.000.00) Forty-two thousand dollars In bonds, bearing date of December 28th, 1887, are In denomination of ($1,000.00) one thousand dollars each, bonds numbered from (11) eleven to (52) fifty-two, Inclusive, Interest at six per cent, principal maturing December 28th, 1907, principal and Interest payable at the Fiscal Agency of the State of Kansas, In the city of New York, issued to The Chicago, Kansas and Ne braska Railway Company. Also ($58,000.00) fifty-eight thousand dol lars, towlt: Bonds numbered (1) one to (58) fifty-eight, inclusive, bearing date of No vember 1st, 1887, are In denomination of ($1,000.00) one thousand dollars, each, inter est at six per cent, principal maturing No vember 1st, 1917, principal and interest pay able at the Fiscal Agency of the State of Kansas, in New York City, issued to The Chicago, Kansas and Western Railroad Company, will be paid on the 15th day of May, 1899, at the Fiscal Agency of the State of Kansfis, In the city of New York. State of New York. And further notice Is hereby given that on the 15th day of May, 1899, said above described bonds will cease to bear Interest. HENRY II. EBERHARDT. County Treasurer of Saline County, Kan sas. Attest: A. L. BROWN. (Seal.) County Clerk. 1932.50. 832.50. The above greatly reduced rate has been made by the Union Pacific to California points. Through tourist Bleepers, quicker time than any other line. For tickets and full Information call on F. A. Lewis, City Ticket Agent, or J. C. Fulton, Depot Agent. ::1 :,,r.,.-..Alh'r'::, ft KEXAI3L PRICE (SEE SPECIAL THICK BELOW.) Invaluable for Farmers. This useful combination of tools Is designed to meet all the requirements of those who wish to do their own mending at home without taking the time golnn to repair shops. ' It consists of Vise, Drill. Anvil. Cut-off or Hardy Pipe, Clamp, Saw Clamp, Shoe-Last and a X, 5-10 and Inch Drill Bit. Ten tools complete. The machine Is quickly adjusted. The jaws of the vise open ten inches. It Is adjustable by raising the back of the anvil, sliding It backwards or forwards, which engages the lugs on the rack bar and makes it perfectly rigid when in use. It Is the best outfit ever offered for tho money. With it you can mend all kinds of broken machinery, hold wood or Iron ten Inches in width ia the jaws of the vise, drill holes op to one-half Inch with the drill, hammer and rivet Iron on the anvil, cut iron in two with the hardy or cut-off tool, bold pipe up to one and one-half Inches for thread ing or cutting with the pipe clamp, file saws, sew harness leather and hold small articles with the saw clamp, half sole boots and shoes and drive out sharp peps with the shoe last, and do many other handy and useful things with this machine. It will save its cost in three months to any one in need of tools. to Farmers who read the Advocate .... and News, .... TbJa Is fi ok b. ears t the factory In Indiana.