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ME ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AMllL 12, ISM. Toor Tommy. Teacher What ia the mat tor with you to-day, Tommy? You seem to be nervous and uneasy. Tommy I am. Yesterday wna my pa and nm's wooden wedilln' und nearly all the neighbors sent 'em shingles. Chicago News. IMiJ-YGiir mtti Work. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, 119-1 It West Eighth St. Telephone SflS, ... FAIR WARNING... Order Your Roofing Quick Before wo advance prices, which we will have to do very goon. THE KANSAS CITY ROOFING AND CORRUGATING CO., 410 Delaware St., Kanaaa City, Ho. February 6, 1839. Mention Advocate and New when writing. SEASONABLE SUGGESTION TAKE A TRIP TO P lor Ida OR THE Quit 1 Coast Best Reached in Through Caw by Louisville & Nashville R. R. Write for Information to C P. ATMORE, Cen't Pass. Agent, LOUISVILLE, KY 1 ..7.1 rrf'-rJ' '. .u. vit ;vj w THE GREAT SOUTHWEST SYSTEM ....Traversing the States of.... KANSAS ' MISSOURI NEBRASKA COLORADO ARKANSAS AND THE INDIAN TERRITORY Five (5) Dally Fasenger Trains nre run on this line In each direction between Kansas City ami St. Louis. The famous Hot. Springs of Arkansas arc reached only by this line. H. C. TOWNSEND, G. P. & T. A , SI. Louis, Mo. F. E. NIPPS, Agent, Topeka, Kas. i 1 in i t i i i n FLUZ2 MACHINE B.I14. 100 ROM tNW. , l,rtml,h. TiDlloUM fMurtl MMl.fri.M. WitMhraMtixf. wfinif tt?t mcuy.CIRM. ( Tgro.w.( .a. Mm.imm. l'lowa.125, V ;ffi hldiug (lung L : v I Vlow-.t X. .Tt tin. Wagon, $:. ; , liKDoth.r.rtlclMuVi.' JllgcatnloMuelra. Writ, now ami km WE SELL DIRECT TO THE r IRMkh. Hardened Html Landnldo Itoubi' Hoard riow, nam aa , .l.u lILIn 1SL Ru4 HmI tarwllk ij.,....ln .nrV , .1, .I'S.-.r n"- tin. llAPMMM FLOW , Hit 1 , AlUm, 1U. Use cnorao nocx salt rcn STOCK. Use Rock Salt for Hides, Pickles, Meats, Ice Cream, Ice Making, Fertilizing, &c., la Kansas Lump Rock Salt For Stock. Parest, Healthiest, Best. Address WESTERN ROCK SALT CO., ST. IOUIS, 310. Solo Agents ox Lyons Rock Salt Co., and Royal (Mi Co Mines and Works, Lyons and Kanopolls, Kan. ....THE COMING SUIMIW SLOPE SALE.... AT THE KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS SALE PAVILION, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1899. IflSREG STEM HEREFORD82fifi FIFTY BULLS choice out of 100 head, among them my Great Herd Bull, KODAX OF ROCKLAND 40731 with several of his uet FORTY IlfiAD of 2-YKAR-OLD HKIFERS, bred to such bulls as WILD TOM 51592, IMP. KEEP ON 76015, ARCHIBALD V 644.13. KODAX OF ROCKLAND 407.11. JAVA 64045 and IMP. SENTINEL 76063. FIVE COWS In calf or with calf at Bide. In thla draft will be the get of WILD TOM 51592. CLIMAX 60912, KODAX OF ROCKLAND 40731, etc. These cattle were especially selected for this sale and consist of the best 100 head out of the herd of 500 Individuals now on Sunny Slope Farm, we believe that there Is not one In thla sale draft of 100 head that Is not good enough to go In any herd In this country. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. AUOTIONlCKRSl COLS. F. M. WOODS, S. A. SAWYER, JAS. W. SPARKS, R. E. EDMONSON AND J. N. BURTON. C. A. STANNARD, EMPORIA, SANS. DENVER, SALT LAKE, SAI1 FRANCISCO, PORTLAND mm PlCTO AND ALL POINTS WEST ARK MORR QUICKLY KK ACHED VIA THE UNION PACIFIC THAN VIA AN V OTHER LING. The Only Direct Route The Best Equipped Route, The Fastest Route The Safest Route The Only Dinino Car Route Kansas City to I'Acinc Coast. For time tables, folders, Illustrated books, pamphlets descriptive of the territory trav ersed, cull on F. A. Lewis. City Ticket Agent, or J. C. Fulton, Depot Agent, To peka, Kan s. GEO. KLEIN & CO., MAURfl Or HIGH-GRADE HARNESS nd SADDLERY GOODS. REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. 718 Kama Aveau, - Topeka, K&n. 0I1LY QUE DOLLAR'DOWii Cut this ad. out and fiend to u with 11.00 and we will tend yon tills Ml DM OKAIjE 1899 MODEL I3U.UU VICUNA BIOY- VJuti "J expreHa, v. U. !., ecc to examination. Ex amine it at yourexpresi ortk-w and lrou fliul It a Kni.i.. iH9t mrt HltiH fdiKADK 9W.0 VICOXA, in. graMmn aarRmia jtm tr uw.rknr4rfaa4jM r enavl.r. It la w.rth clO. OOU f U.00 BMnttaa thr k.M ap tn;axt.eo, f ay youreiprens acnt he balance. 914.99 and expreiis cnare.. is ovxtti ar a amu. Una ttUAKAHTKB. Frame il m or t Inch, made i .i tn-niaM TUwIm kuMK llnml full hall benrlim. Iim arch crown, enameled hiix. tmiwaiiiM, highly nickel Unlshed, Delhi padded saddle, up or down turn handle burn, bent Doyle pedals, HIUM 6Rna UlMHANTItKI, iHHAt PNKIi.ATIC TIHk, line leather bwr. complete with all tools and repair outfit. ORDER TODAY. U CAH AKC 0.00 BVHRI AONTH 8KI.LINU THKHK WHKKLS AT S.0O. (Sean, iMttAlCk TWEtto,k, SEARS, ROEDUCK t CO., CHICACO, ILL. 95 , .... fS, w iin cci :ulit.7v A STANDARD BOOK ON AN IMPORTANT SUBJECT. 1 "The Railroad Question,"! J. 12 mo., Cloth extra, (488 pages), prepaid , 4 Popular (paper) edition S he' Kansas City Stock Yards Are the Finest Equipped, Most Modern in Construction, and Afford the Best Facilities for the handling of live stock of any In the world. THK KANSAS CITT MARKET, owing o Its central location, its Immense railroad system and its financial resources, offers greater d vantages than any other In the trans- Mississippi territory. It la The Largest Stocker and Feeder Market in the World, while buyers for the great packing houses and export trade make Kansas City a market sec ond to no other for every class of live stock. Cftcial Receipts for1S33 Sold in Kansas City 1838 Cattle and Calves. 1,848,233 1,757,183 Bogs. 3,672,909 3,538,828 Sheep. 00,303 815,580 C. W. MORSE, R. K. RICHARDSON, H. P. CHILD, EUGENIE BUST. Vice Pes. and Gen. Mgr. Bec'j and Treaa. AastGen. Mgr. Trade Manager. By William Larbabse ( Late Governor of Iowa.) .. 91.80 i. .. 00c 4 A CLASSIC ON THIS GREAT PROBLEM. 1. nistory of Transportation. II. The History of Railroads. III. History of Railroads in the United States. IV. Monopoly. In Transportation. V. Railroad Abuses. VI. Stock and Bond Inflation. VII. Combinations. VIII. Railroads in Politics. IX., X. Railroad literature. XI. Railroads and Railroad Legislation in Iowa, XII. The Inter-State Commerce. XIII. The Kate Question. XIV. Remedies. Appendix: Tables and Statistics. -There is also a bibliography on the subject of Rail roads, embracing ninety-eight titles, and a carefully prepared alphabetical Index. "In point of authenticity the book Is absolutely to be relied upon." St. Louta Post- T "Governor Larrabee came to Iowa before any railroad had reached the Mississippi. Engaging in manufacturing, the inconveniences which he suffered from want of trans portation facilities instilled liberal opinions concerning railroads. He made private donstlons to new roads and he advocated public aid to them. As a legislator he intro duced a bill authorizing a 5 per cent, tax In aid of railroad construction. He believed that the common law and competition could be relied upon to correct abuses and to solve the rate problem. It has not been until since these eiforts were made that he has become convinced, as he savs In his preface, that 'where combination is Dossible com De- tit Ion Is impossible.' The object of this work is explained to be to set forth the objec- T tlons which He against the management of railroads as private property. They are used T oy mtur uiniievKors lur oywuiftMvo purpuars. xuoy ctwuiuo pcriurui lueir jruycr I mic tions so long as they are used only for the Interests of their stockholders. In order to serve their real purpose, 'they must become In fact what they are in theory, highways to be controlled 1y tho government as thoroughly and effectively as the common road, the turnpike and the ferry, tho postofflce and the custom-house." Council Bluff $ Nonpareil. PV"fnfI efUPff'lT" afla " e naye made arrangements by which we M 1 B 1 1 1 1 I i . Vm tm 1 J Are able to offer our readers the CLOTH- II Si 111 BBrlTlil. MOUND edition of this great book for only BMDfltlaU VI I Seal HB f ortv cents. DostDald. Take ad vantage of this, as it Is limited, and the regular price of $1.50 will be In force again as soon as the supply secured for thla purpose is exhausted. Address all orders JE ADVOCATE AMD NEWS, Book Dept. Topeka, Kanaaa. GUTHRIE, AUSTIII & WILSOI, ATTORNEYS. Real Estate, Mortgage, Bond and Commercial litigation aolicited. Boomt9andn,8toraonBli.,TnRry I VaO 107 W. Sixth At., lurOUt. lAdi DAVID HARTIN, (Xx-Chlef Jnatloa of Kansas) ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR. Attention given to business under tne new bankruptcy law. Hooms 6 and 7, fourth floor, TftOrV I IT 1 U P 1 Central National Bank Bldg. IVTLkX, AMmSi rillTIOIl ADVOCATE W REUS WHXN TOU WRITE TO ANT Of OCR ADERTISnS.