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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 21 May 1914

EQUAL WAGES TO ALL SPECIAL PRIVILEGES TO NONF I'erroii. in the artiele republished on the fourth page. hits a sore spot eating within the ,Labo.r ()r gani.at ions that is seldomn toueheld on --the ri'l/t of A LL worke rs Ito qual inMy for s rr''t s ie rfl'rmed, trho the r Ithe bye i m, a or 'onet it. As he correctly saNivs. "If yo'u 'lll't inllelrst. m lld that vyo are ,eov'erestimi st ing you1"r own* impljortl'lance." A tiso ayou are. There is toda(y Io earthly re'asion why eite. worker should re civye ,.0'.tHt a lay a'and another *$1.50. anti for a longr..' dti,. for l1a11 htns colllter·ed the' power itt prteslii., ii: iltiulan,'e for AII, thile NEEI). of' life; se that the olily relsl I i or eXU.se, foIr inelitlality of inmioint' rests nmw ini th lu inrrow sllisihntess of mind lthe w.orkers a btsorbed ill thlle last fromill lthe Itiei'g'tis. i hose oinly yardst ick for mieasuring uip ieni alil wit milen is the Almiighty I)Dollar. "Ilavr I more I)tllars i.er dIa.v. or in lvy po...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 21 May 1914

The Voice of the People. Eatered as Seeed-cde Matter, Jiy 5, 1613, at the Pest OIce at New OrleUar, La., Mer the Act .t A ust 24, 1912. Pubished Weekly by Natiem l Id Utri l M ad Feret mad Lumber Workers, Seatlera Ditirkt. DItrLc t Headquarters Alasadra,~ La. Jay Smith R ua~y OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. COVINGTON HALL Eistr SUBSCRIPTION RATES: UNITED STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 21 w4eks, N ceats; 13 weeks, 25 cets. CANADA: 40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cenats FOREIGN: One Year $1.50 SINGLE COPIES: 5 ceOst BUNDLE RATES: UNITED STATES: 5 copies, 13 weeks ......$1.00 CANADA, 4 copies, 13 weeks ................$1.00 To all Locals and Rebels ordering 10 or more copies and paying 10 weeks, or 25 or more copies paying bi-weekly or monthly, or 250 or more copies paying weekly, IN ADVANCE, we will make a rate of, in United States, 1%c. per copy, in Canada, 2c. per copy. Otherwise 2c. per copy in United States and 21/2e. in Canada. CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ORDERS. ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 28 May 1914

AGITATE! EDUCATE! INDUSTRIALIZE! ONE UNION OF THE WORKING CLASS This is Number 73 Organization .$Is Power -74 -'-. ",, -,, *THE VOICE P the Owned by the Rebel Lumberjacks of Dixie f*C An Injury to One is an Injury to VOL. III-No. 22. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914HT S RIatr Labor's Dixie (Hy ('harles MI. Robinson) Work away down South in the land of cotton, "(itizns' Leagues" and all that's rott*en, Work away, day by day, nary pay. Dixie land; Work away down South in Dixie. Work away, nary pay, In Dixie land the children toil And the mothers moil in I)ixie land, Work away, day'by day. llnary pay dow Sout in Dixie. ('IIORI'S: Work away, work away, away, away, Away down South in Dixie! In Dixie land hlt ' take our stand And live and die for Dixie. In Dixie land is the Democratic party, Organized to make the darkie Work away, day by day, nary pay, l)ixie land; Work away down South in Dixie, Work away, nary pay, In Dixie land it grinids and grabs And burns and stabs in ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 28 May 1914

WASHINGTON, D. Cr NOTES. By Nina Laos McBride. May 16, 1914. Tho the following letter is a month old, it will help to show how helpless a man with good intentions is, when holding office under a system of rent, interest and profit. Strive as one might, "Justiee to all and special privileges to none" is an impossibility. The following letter was a reply to the Attorney General, when he refused to aid in releasing Mother Jones from her Colorado prison, saying the matter was out of his jurisdiction: (COPY) Washington, D. C., April 18, 1914. Hon. J. C. McReynolds, Attorney General, Wash ington, D. C.: Dear Sir-I am in receipt of your letter of April 15, in regard to the case of "Mother Jones." Since writing you I am informed that she has been set at liberty by the Colorado authorities. I note your suggestion that the usual procedure in such cases is to apply to the courts for relief, for which 1 thank you. I was informed and had no reason to questzon the assertion that "Mother Jones" ha...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 28 May 1914

The Voice of the People. Entered a Secedlduass Matter, July 6, 1913, at the Pest Office at New Orlness, I., under the Act of Alset 24, 191l Published Weekly by Natimal nladitrial Usiem of Forest and Lumber Workers, Sethera District. District Headquarters Alsmadria, La. Jay Samith e eutary OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. COVINGTON HALL Editer SUBSCRIPTION RATES: UNITED STATES: 62 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, 50 cents; 13 weeks 25 ants. CANADA: 40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cents FOREIGN: One Year 1.60 SINGLE COPIES: 6 cents BUNDLE RATES: I NITEI) .M''A'I'lS: 7, copiess,1:3 Weeks, $1.); 2t; e'.~eks, $1.75; .2 .weeks, $3.(00. TEN or more copies paid tin u't ks in advance, 1 3-4 cents per copy. In the United States or Canada: Orders for 10 or itnore copies paid monthly, or 50 or more copies paid ui' kly IN ADVANCE, 2 cents per copy. Orders paid for within the week they are received by pur clhaser will be .ountcd as paid in advance. CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ORDERS. ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 28 May 1914

IS FREE WILL FREE? By Extra Bo, Secretary The Clarion is pleased to note that the firing of the boys on the Transylvania-as a timely warning to the Powers That Be to let well enough alone freed a sufficient number of intelligent auditors to make up a quorum at last night's meeting of the local Literary and Debating Society. Of course the men quit voluntarily and of their own accord, after the receipt of their walking papers, and marched in imposing array amid the huzzas of the Associated Mildnraids' U'nion to the place of gathering-the famous Little Old Red cRd hool House on the Corner. lion. Lawre'nce Rawlins occupied the chair in his usual grace'ful and dictatorial manner and called for the busines s of the evening. After that was dis poised ,f and the financial treasurer's report accept. ed, showing a balance on hand of $31.07 and a postage stamp, the' chairman announced the subject of the ee.Iate: " Is the Free Will Fr,' f" Affirmative Squire William Trooth; negative, Mrs. Wella...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 4 June 1914

Crush the Thugbund with the General Strike! waro1 voum UP6Un A This is Number 74 Organization * Is Power j. 75 .-.T - THE VOICE PEOPLE Owned by the Rebel Lumberjacks of Dixie A An Injury to One is an Injury to All. VOL. III-No. 23. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914 MIGHT Is RIGTr . ; . . . .. .. . .: Rt4 Carl Person at the Bar of "Impartial Justice" Notice the expression ,n ('arl's face as he looks up at the elevated Ward Heeler on "the Bench," wondering what lIawandorder is Mering to hand him. Also notice the smiling countenance of the gentleman in the tall silk hat, how sure he seems of a "conýietion." Charlie ('line will face the viperous breed in San Antonio, Texas, soon. Ford and Suhr are inl their clutches in California. What say the 750,000( Railroad Workers:' I say they have no insitles if they dFo not m I'Person's ''conviction" on any of the trumped-up, charges with t lie delaration of a ( ENERAL STRIKE! MARTYRDOM OF CHARLIE CLINE. At ions Angieles Ilabor 'ITe...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 4 June 1914

The Voice of the People. Entered as Second-class Matter. July 5, 1913, at the Post Office at New Orleans, La., under the Act ,f August 24, 1912. Published Weekly by \ ational Industrial Union of Forest and Lumb.er Workers, Southern District. District Headquarter.: ............ Alexandria, La. Jay Smith ............. ............ Secretary OFFICE OF I''I3LICATION: 520 I'OYDRAS S'TREET. NEW ORLEANS, LA O'()OVINGTON HIA I. ............... Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I'NITEI) STATES: 52 weeks. $1.00; 26 weeks, 50 cents; 13 weeks. 25 cents. ('ANAI)A...... 40 weeks, .$1.(04: 10 weeks, 25 cents. FOREI;N: One Year ...................$1.50 SIN(LE (O I'IES: ........... ...........5 cents BUNDLE RATES: UNITED STATES: 3 copies, 13 weeks. $1.00; 26 weeks, $1.75; 52 weeks, $3.00. TEN or more copies paid ten weeks in advance, 1 3-4 cents per copy. In the United States or Canada: Orders for 10 or more copies paid monthly, or 50 or more copies paid weekly IN ADVANCE, 2 cents per copy. Orders paid for...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 4 June 1914

OUR NEXT STEP. By Donald ekeridai,. The question that now confronts us is: What shall be our next step in the I. W. W. movement? 1 am referring especially to the I. W. W. in the North west. It is obvious to everyone that the present meth ods employed (by the Western Locals) in organizing the workers have about been played out. To continue these methods. alone, much longer will prove injurious to the movement. Even now mur mours can he heard among the workers, and not al together without reason, that all the I. W. W. cares for is the street collection. This. of course. can be explained by the fact that many of the Western Locals umake strenuous efforts to keep up the papers and, in order to get them in the hands of the workers. the street meeting is necessary. This may be all right. but with the exception of some efforts made by the F. and L. W. last summer our whole agitation has of late been confined to the street corner. We are in danger of becoming a street corner in stitution on...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 4 June 1914

MARTYRDOM OF CHARLIE CLINE. (Continued from Title Page) t'est. This is not a sporadic, personal or detached case appealing merely to our human sympathies, but is an integral part of the working class struggle in America and pivotal in character, especially with ref erenee to organizing the great Southwest. Mr. Mloore said: The Chamber of Commerce in San Antonio met and demanded by resolution that thie district attorncy prosecute these cases with vigor The district attorwiiy's fe.es there are based.I not upon salary but upon on\victionsn,and nless he securt's tonvicti os lhe rec(cives no compei.ilisat ito. Texas is the onlly ,State t hli'eh puts a plt'elliitlni 1po1)0 sealing it'ln and wootinn and chihiren to thel. gallows. The' jury tas inilluwn'ed by prejulit',., nialiee atnd ill-will. t'he district attorneii .y lii',rIght into the court roan lti lthirt'n prisoners chaiitned to each other chains around their ine'ks, han ls andI legs. Why dloest the State. of Texas stand ror this:...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 11 June 1914

Free Ford and Suhr or Hop the Hop Kings! This is Number 75; Organization :. Is Power ~r.. 76----, THE VOICE PEOPLE Owned by the Rebel LumberjacKs of Dixie An Injury to One is an Injury to VOL. III-No. 24. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914 MIoGT IGT t § . 1 2. ' . ·,· .-3.- . / ..', .. -. .--,. 1,, AT WIIEATLAND: WAITING THlE ASSAULT OF "LAW AND ORDER." T Kwt f T f i f. ".r ~;i JL' . ' , / / ' ATTEMPTING TO RAILROAD, CLINE AND RANGEL? . Nws reived from" friends of ( 'hn. amtgel anI their -Olnllanions Inst week states that the. eases hai\, Iteen .stmihlenhly ixe I for .1uly 6itl. 1tllher news intnl eatis that thi 'Texas 111crtistas art tr.ingl tol rail roail,these misen to tlh. gall,,t1 s or. what is \ors,. 0h". infamous pen ithentixris ,f T'xas hIefor, I ir ,ta..,.s .;un e iput I ttifor, thi' public aend funils ra;siaIl tIr th,.ir htl 't.~f nsi.. This rushing otf the victins  to trlii is in all probI ability ilim ;o tilthe trl.nenlt s l rt,,.I tl,' 'Till.: iItEI:I . ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 11 June 1914

The Voice of the People. Entered as Second-class Matter. July 5, 1913, at the Post Office at New Orleans, La., under the Act of August 24, 1912. Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. District Headquarters ............ Alexandria, La. Jay Smith ........... ................ Secretary OF'FI(E OF 'L'III(CATION: .:21) l'OYDRAS sTE'ET, NIEW ORLEANS, LA ('OOV'INGTN Illi ................... Editor SUBSCRIFTION RATES: I NI'EI) STA'' ES: :2 ~weeks, 1.)0; ,26 weeks, 50 cents, 13 weeks, 25. ccilis. ('ANAI)A...... 40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 2.i cents. FIO IIJN. Oniie Year .........................$1.30 SI.\iLE COP'IES: ........................5 cents BUNDLE RATES: S'NITEI) S''A'ES: 5 copics, 13 weecks, $1.00; 26 weeks, $1.7.; 52 weeks, $3.00. TEN or more copies paid It u 'k.s in advancc, 1 3-4 ctents per copy. In the ;titted State.s or (a:adal: Orders for 10 or Ilmore tcoples paid nmonthly, or '() or Imore copies paid w, ekly IN AI)VANCI...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 11 June 1914

NOTES FROM WASHINGTON, D. C. By Nina Lane McBride. * The Library of Congress is the most beautiful building in the world. The dome is covered with solid gold, and you, the workers have cement fillings in your teeth, if you have any at all. Across the Capitol Plaza stands the Capitol, and it is surmounted by a dome that weighs about nine mil lion pounds, and has never been paid for. The DOME F TH'l'E CAPITOL HAS NEVER BEEN PAIL FOR. Brunmidi, the great artist, has decorated the canoy of the dome with the best Romanesque art in the world, and has immortally preserved in 5000 square feet, the women of Washington's tenderloin district, who acted as models. A painting which all visitors to the Capitol admire is called "General Washington Resigning his Com mission," painted by Trumbull. In it are the fig ures of two young girls, and a wonderful feature of the painting is that one of the young ladies is the possessor of three arms. She holds her companion about the waist with one arm, ano...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 11 June 1914

ONE SULPYUR MINE. it is iinst_. Ž of Iouw the miners were treated in Colorado agid how their children were murdered by hired thugs '. bile tL," strike \as on and how the State: of t',i ,ral.ic ;s out a large amount for "pro tecting' tte stndard'It Oil's coil mines and Standard Oil out a smaail ~+it on guards, but very few are auare of the fact itltt this gang of pirates own lest than on: section erf laud near Lake Charles, La., at Sulphur stati',ot, where they have the largest sulphur lante in the ir:d. 'lhis mite habs been in operation ftr several years; it wo.,rks oul about U00 men, who art. paid from i. cents an hour up, most of them 18 Tlhe ht-iiin: pil'onlules froma .i{ to 40) cti'rloads of sul ,phur v.\.er 24 lhours, and ruls 3t3 days a year. I hart Ileeh told by a hman who onlle was one of the i;i:dxltitrs if their books that the actual labor cost, after retts al d pit'lits hadl bee-n gtl out of wages. \ i.s G., Lt,/. a on luo, ,i on a tur; cost of machinery .G cutls a tIt a...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 18 June 1914

The Voice in Clubs of Four (4) or More, Forty (40) Weeks, Fift (50) Cuts. Si l a MI Tls This is Number 76 Organization * Is Power 7 THE VOIE Pof tEOPLE Owned by the Rebel Lumberjacks of Dixie An Injury to One is an Injury to AlL VOL. III-No. 25. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914 MIGHT Is Rlear .. .. .  -; .. . ". . ...- F [ - -T ' -rIIT N -' -- i IIi i I Complete History of Capitalism-in Five Chapters 1-f-onopoly 2-Competition Ilk. 3-Regulation 4--Government Ownership 5--Finis: Syndicalism in Action All California Stirred by United Labor's Great Fight to Free Ford and Suhr While the I. W. W. is getting increasingly active in the East, at the same time out here in California it is the center of a mighty struggle f.,r the release of two working men who are being held under a sen. tence of life imprisonment at the behest of the pow. erful Hop-Growers' Assoiation. These men, nom inally sentenced under a charge of mznrder, for the death of a county official whom they did ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 18 June 1914

The Voice of the People. Entered as Second-clams Matter, July 5, 1913, at.the Post Office at New Orlesus, La., under the Act of Angust 24, 1912.' Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. District Headquarters ............ Alexandria, La. Jay Smith ........................... Secretary OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA COOVINGTON HALL .................. Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U I'NITED STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26; weeks, 50 cents; 13 weeks, 25 cents. CANADA......40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cents FOREIGNai One Year .......... ...... ...$1.$L50, SINGLE COPIES: .......................5 cents. BUNDLE RATES: lUNITED STATES: 5 copies, 13 weeks. $1.00; 24; weeks, $1.75; 52 weeks, $3.00. TEN or more copies paid ten wccks in advance, 1 3-4 cents per copy. In the United States or Canada: Orders for 10 or more copies paid monthly, or 50 or more copies paid weekly IN ADVANCE, 2 cents per copy. Orders paid for wi...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 18 June 1914

WAR, UNCOMPROMISING WAR. Half of the Population of the Earth Must Die in Ten Years; It is the Tragedy of the Ages. Rouse from Your Stupor, Ye Slaves, Ere It Be Too Late and Fight for Your Lives, Homes and Families! 'ellow-workers of the world, the class war, which is more vital than all the wars of history, is now on in dead earnest. It is time that we, the working elhas, begin to use our brains, not only read, think and tall, but we must act, and act quickly. SSince lung before savagery, the biped branch of the annual world has been engaged in a mortal coi iut, not only with all the other aimmals, but with nature iseif, for the moans of subsistence. But, since the dawn of civilizaton, a few idle, un scrupul ous, but shrewd parasitel robbers have been ilouilig tue grsot mat of uuiunaitu y al abject slavery, iquourace and luisery, forcing them to support tie i,.raaitcb in great ( ealth and luxuries, while the work inig siau\ts received the poorest and coarsest food and the clheapest ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 18 June 1914

ROTTEN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FARM. The Brewer-Bilbo controversy may mell to high heaven but outside of Tmo and Alabama there s nothing rottener than a Mdissisppl "County eon vict farm." One of these recruiting stations for bell is located two and one-half miles from Magnolia. It is the Pike county farm. The bullpen on this "farm" is a long one-story wooden structure about 40 feet long; about 1-3 is partitioned for white men; another third for colored women, and the rest for col ored men prisoners. The windows and doors are hIeavily barred and were a fire ever to occur the vic linms of Mississippi "justice" would perish like rats in a trap, as they have perished in another of these hellholes. One of the guards at this "farm" was run away from the Angola, La., penal farm for bru tality to prisoners, so you can judge of the breed of brutes in charge of these men, women and boys. One of their forms of "disciplining" prisoners is to Ieat them with a strap about three inches wide by three fe...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 30 June 1914

The Voice in Clubs of Four (4) or More, Forty (40) Weeks, Fifty (50) Cegts, Se hi a, CWM TN.To HE VOICE PEOPLE Owned by the Rebel Lumberjacks of Dixie W An Injury to One is an Injury to All. VOL. III--No. 26. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914. MInTar Iso IHT 'ý ý ' r ý4tY 'rl i ý 3· i .'CKiI rr i A 4h D~i·· ....,.~ A DSI . TH OS NDTE UDE EAE, RTH OL NDTE OT FUNDS NEEDED PERSON DEFENSE. ORGANIZED LABOR MUST SAVE FIGHTING EDITOR FROM ILLINOIS CENTRAL GALLOWS. By Floyd Gibbols. Money is needed to defend Carl Person, the labor editor who is facing trial on serious charges in the State and Federal courts on account of the fight he has waged against the Illinois Central and Harriman Lines Tor the last 33 months in the interest of 35,000 locked out union men. The Illinois Central is trying to hang Person be. cause the editor in defense of his life, shot and killed an Illinois Central gunman. As an extra precaution against Person escaping the gallows on this charge, the road h...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 30 June 1914

The Voice of the People. Entered as Second-class Matter, July 5, 1918, at the Post Office at New Orleans, La., under the Act of August 24, 1912. Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern Distrist. District Headquarters ............ Alexandria, a. Jay Smith ............................ Secretary OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA COOVINOTON HALL ................... Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATIS: UNITED STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, 50 cents; 13 weeks, 25 cents. CANADA......40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cents. FOREIGN: One Year ....................$1.50 SINGLE COPIES: ......................5 cents BUNDIE RATBS: UNITED STATES: 5 copies, 13 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, $1.75; 52 weeks, $3.00. TEN or more copies paid tes weeks is advance, 1 3-4 cents per copy. In the United States or Canada: Orders for 10 or more copies paid monthly, or 50 or more copies paid weekly IN ADVANCE, 2 cents per copy. Orders paid for within the wee...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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