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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

0 Special Report of the Riley County Meeting. Manhattan, Riley Co., April, ID, ISM. According to previous announcement delogntou reprrHonting fifteen tuib alli ances of this county, met at tho (Jrangn Hall at Manhattan at 10 o'clock a. m. and were called to order by county organizer, F.C. Klsslor, and Hnsisfod by W. Itrimh, of Topeka, they proceeded to effect the organization of the county alliance. lVrmanent olllcers were elected an follows: President, J. Ilarnor; vice president, li. II. Kimball; nee rotary, K. McDonald; treasurer, .lames Ander son; chaplain, 8. 15. Lyon; lecturer, 0. 15. Miller; assistant lecturer, W. A. Calvin; ptoward, Jerome King; door keeper, 11. M. Peterson; sergeant at arms, l L. IlCfUfd. After tho installation of oflicors and apismitmont of standing committees an adjournment wart taken to 7:.'W) i m. to finish their work. KVKNINU HKHMION On re assembling at thohour apHint ed the county organizer, F. C. Klssler, exemplified the, unwritten work of the order I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

Wilt Much of Monument Crop. D.ivbi;; the prcHtmt homhIoii of eongren i.' jn'ojtrlutloun Lnvo been nuked for the following, bills. Pal to em-t monument to M. F. Maury, IMIl to erect monument to John Erics I'M to erect monument to Commodore O. H. Perry. Bill to erect monument to General G.O. Meade. Bill to erect monument to Zachary Taylor. Bill to erect monument to Andrew Lew In. Bill to erect monument to Patrick Hen ry. Bill to erect monument to Mllca Btan- P.I11 to erect monument to Mathew F. Jfnuny. BUI to erect monument to Abraham Lincoln. Bill to erect monument to mgro sold iora. Bill to erect monument to W.L. David son. Bill to erect monument to (lenoral James H. Wndsworth. Bill to erect monument to Quern Isa beila, of Bpain. Bill to erect monument at Sackett'a Harbor. Bill to erect monument to Mnry Wash ington. Bill to erect monument to General Henry Knox. . Bill to erect monument to Jamoa Mad ison. Bill to erect monument to General Nathaniel Greene. Bill to erect monument to W...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

TECH D JjJSn. II COURKSrONDEXCE. Ckntkaua, Kansas, April, 1B1M). Editor Advocate. Dear Blr: -Wo had our city election hero last Monday. There wore two tick eta out, Allianco and Citizens' tickets. Every man on tho Alliance ticket was elected, except one. .Wo look on thin us a groat victory for tho laboring men, and it shows what the farmers and lalMrintf mm can do, when united. Our allianco has only been started about two months, and now numbers over one hundred and fifty, and our num ber ia increasing rapidly. JM us de mand nothing but justico and right, and stand united, and our demands will bo conceded Yours fraternally, L. Ukadino, Kansas, April 11th., 189). Broth kr McLallin: I have been ft careful student of your valuable paper, and never saw one that contalnod so many interesting articloa conducive to tho bent interest of the prodnclng classes aa it dors. I noticed In a late Issue that some of tho brothers are not in favor of tho allianco posing aa a political party, but thin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

12 COHllKSrONDENCK. T!i ."as '', be a called meeting of the V't! I !.() county alliance, at Sharon (';, '..'1 im May 4 th., to transact general !'''' -.. There will bo a public lecture r iVs afternoon session, by the county S- . ' ;?or. AH farmers are Invited to at ton J. II. flrncjiMNd, Kansas, April 11, 1890. !oitoii Advocatk: Please state in ; . if worthy paper that Midland Alliance Uo. 7(U, in B(Bioii adopted the sub trcas llll unanimously. Fraternally yours, Marcklmjh Pratt, Heo'y, J 'umber of members, fifty-si i. Maiiittiia. Anrll 17lh. Ifl'W. Editor Advocate:---At the regula rattling of Albany Alliance, No. 1429, Anil 15th.. wo nassed the following res c!ut!on, which wo would bo pleased to iimt published in your pniicr. Retolved, That we will not support i.zy candidate for the legislature who la la favor of resubmission. W. I). Lawiienck, floc'y Emtohia, April 20, 181)0. Editor Advocatk: At the regular motlng of Fremont Alliance Union No. rrtf, cf Itfon county, tho first plan...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

t'AIlMKRS ALLIANCK AND DUSTIUAL UNION. Ilutchlnaon Kan. Burrfcm Kane. PaUertcn Kane. Jlerldea Kana. opficiai uiuiccroiiv. Nutionul Furmur'M Alllawor and ImluvtrUl Union. I'reitlil.'iit-I L. Pol VVA!t!ilJ)ta, D. a YUe-rrea.-B, U. Clov tH Cambridge, Kan. ttocreUry-J. II. Tuhnkh, Washington, D. 0. Trtaaurer-H.W. Hickman, ruxlco.ilo, Lu -.turer -Uxn. TsituuiX, WrsIlIhIoq D. G. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Three y.ara-lt A. PATTf, Maceo. Mfcis. Two yiars -Isaac McCiuciixN, Ark. Oueyiar-KVAW Jonxs, Dublin, Texas. EXECUTIVE COMM1TTX1 C. W. MoCun x. Washington D. 0. Alonzo Wakdall, Huron, Soutfi Dakota, J. Y. Tl llm A K, Palmetto, Tena, KANSAS STATU OfFICEUS Presldeut-B. II. Clove Cambridge Kana Vlc-rrct.-7. II. Biodle, Augusta, aana. 8ecrstary-J. B. FuiNCU, Treasurer-II. BACGUMAir, Chaphiln-J. r. Tx8T, Lecturer A. Z. Dxckinsov. Asnlutaut lcL-YAX B. Peatue R, Neutral K. aoorkoeper-J. K. Williams, ltentfcy Kane. Ass't DooBkeeper-A. W.Tatujk, Newtoa I. Rorg'trtO-Arm- L. E. llATif, Dextar IM Uuilneas Aga...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

Trirj ADVOCATE. 1 wnn.-w Allium . lCxoliaii:c) Co. ! OlUiil Dlroorory. 1 JSOAUl) OB" WHIM T0I1H. : (lUh-iit-O, II. IUcnhon, Haven, Kiuid. Vi- T' 'I.- J. K. T. IIOl'HK ClOVCrdilll!, " !vm-t;iry-H. W. Hamxjhiiv Ti'la, " Tm ii uror- L. I'. Kino, Toni:ka, " i'lW'lN rfNVUKH, (MaloOMl, " , . ' KXItCl'TIVIC I'OMMITI'KR. 1'. Kiwi, Chairman, TanuehlJI, Khiim, A. 'W. Havj h, Topfla, " :r.;i. IUU.RV CiiiiHM, Jt'WCUItV (.'OMMMTKH. A.V. IIayk.ii T)H'k, Kaiis. J I. V. HANDUUKV, " ' 11. KlNU " " Bitfiliti'si Audit-C. A. Tyljck, IK) KliNt 7th. St. 'Ji ;a, Kaim, J.lvo Htoi k CoiiiiiilKHloit AKcnt, KinviN Hnvdkk, Mock Yards, Kansas City, Kansas. Grain Commlmilon Merchant, Jt, E, Uuhih A Co., Kansas City Missouri. OITfCIAIi. AU petitions or nionioriald to tlio Unite J states ConjfrenH from Allifincoa and Unions should bo mailed direct to our National Bocretary, J. II. Turner, No. Ill Ninth street, Washington, D. C. Thia ia important for the following roa ikma: 1. That thin ofllco may hnvo a retard of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

IS banta in noun:. TOPEKA lTiilK T A In Effect on an J after Septembc r WKST HOUND. Arrive THA1NU. San Francisco KipreKH. Arkansas City A Teiim Kxprees, Mexico .t Hhu Diego KnproHH, Denver Utah ExpresH Topeka Express,.... .. KAST.IiOUKD. Atlantic lixproMU New York Lxprenrt.... TOI'IKA li.Wpln ll.GOpm 12.05 n. I.:t5 pm 7.:w p m 11 LK. 21), im. TOI'MA IlUOam 12.05 am 12.."V)pm 2.00 pm OUicnuo Kx prima. Kftnmmdity Express. .'J) a in 2.00 p m 3.00 pm 6. K a in 2.20 pm 3.20 pm 7.00 am Dktwkem Toi-uca, Atciiihon a nr. johei-ii. Sun Francinoo Expren A. Topeka, ll.'M) p m Col. A Hun Diifo Exp. " " 12.05 noon Expriwrt Leave Topeka,. . 4.55 a m Expretm " " 3.:Wpm FARMERS! Let the Coffee Combine! Keep Their COFFEE. Every farmer can raino hin owa Tablb Dunk. A iood healthy, palatable table drink. Don't let thin ifoldeu opportunity pans. Sond 60 cent 1'oHtal note to It. It. Smith, Latham, Jtutler county, KariHrm, for which he will send you Kaht India Cikxio. 1.ATB HKKl) BCFFH UNT TO I'LANT KNOUO...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

Cut r.afci. The croat Jackson Htreet etore will !i II jMtu lry goods, lwotn, fchcx'H und mil iijMtv at cut rates at all times. I own tV.nw gondii in mich a way you can't ro uU.t. J. ILDhnnim. Meeting of Stockholder!. There, will bo a mooting of the Bub u!liancH trustee, NtorkhoMnri of Jackson county, Kansas, ut llolton on May, 10th ut 10 o'clock A. m. ImjMrtant bimlneuH will como Wore, uh. All should, be In attendance.. B. II. Mahtii, County Trustee Stockholder, lluy your tfooils of tho yrcat cut rate house on Jackson street. J. II. PlCNNlS. Tu ic Aovocatk, olllcial jmpor of the KftiiHjLS Statu Alliance and Farmera' Jn- i watriul Union, $1 ier year. Hubwrlbe HOW, Two hundred baby currlugea at less than trout at Jackson street store. .1. H. Dknnih. Grain Shipping. To tho members of tho Alliance: After upending two ilaya In Kansas City I am convinced that it la best for tho members to ship their grain through one channel uml earnestly advise tho Alliauco men to nhip all grain to H. E....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

VOL I. NO. 3i. INGALLS' PUBLIC RECORD. Cllllllll'll IIS I lit I'll tlllT III' "AlTCIIINof lVllsloilS." ' KcpiTsClllSlivcS ClllllllllllgS llllll llllslicll Cct it Through tin' Mouse or He prcscitntlvcs, Si vt' 11 Months f,atcr Ingalls IFuil It Pass t ho Semite iiml Thru Citim1 to Topckii to Obtain Ills Si'coiiil Senatorial Klcrtlon. Ite turning to Washington, Hi Pcelarcd ".Ml 1'i r ('cnt.nl' the Pension l.lsl Is Wrongfully I'iiIiI." Senator Kiliniiinls objects to Ills Kitoi'. Ileprcseii tut h e Spurku Iiitroilueeil A Kill rrovlilinu; lor Pay Tinier the Arrears of Pensions. Insulin, UK ( llllil lllllll of Pen nI"ii Coiinnlltce In tlie Senate, Seeks to Aiiieml So Ah to Repeal, lie Uinlts the, Time to January I, '110, Tor Soldiers' Claims to ' Tut, in An Ap lieii nuiee." Senator Kirkwood Proposed July I, WW Senator Oglesby, July 1, lit!!,-,, Hut, the Kirk wood Amendment PlTMiileil. HISTOHY OK Alt It KA US, OK PENSIONS l.EOIS LATION. Henry J. 15. Cummings, a journalist, lawyer and soldie...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

TX333 ADVOOATH NA'llOXAL HANKS. An article in he, Journal of Lawrence, Kan., with the caption Just given, lies before mo. My sympathies go out to tho .v, suffering Mr. (i. W. R (Jrlfllth, 1 anker. Ho ways tho laws mijMwe an uttrtuul burden" on tho bunks. Ami yet then) was no law to compel the said Mr (Jrlulth to go into tho business; ho went Into It voluntarily. And yet our patriot, tho wild Mr. (Jrillitli, llings his arms in mid-air and puffs like ft pair of Bcotch bag pipes and prayH that thin popular (?) nystom may not bo alolishod, and "that It would bo a public calamity to destroy or Impair tho system." If tho people of Kansas fail to recognize in Mr. CriHlth a patriot, they mtiHt bo blind Indeed. lie may bo, and I am willing to concede that ho la a 10 per cent, patriot. Ho then asks the question, "Why do you organize a national bank liiHtead of a state corporation if tho law iuipowH bur dens that are unprofitable'" Near the answer of the great patriot, (1. W. K. C: "It In on a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

proposed, iii an amendment to (he silver bill, to allow the hanks to Ismie tin' full fai o value of their bonds lit rirrulating notes aii'l wholly exempt them from taxation to Induce them to do ho. In other words, it Is proposed to pay in full IhcHe notes or bonds, but not to cancel them, i-oiitlnuliij? to pay tho Interest m if tint itrincipul had never boon paid. Now, Mr. Kdltor, In view of the fact that thoo notes nro redeemable In green backs, why In tho name of sulTerlng hu man i' v do they not pay tho bonds olT in Ureeenbarks and destroy fh bond. In the article referred to, you gravity and in apparent sincerity Hay, speaking of tint money, that "tho government borrow, hut cannot create money." Thin Htatenient in of a parity with one madi by an evening paper of thin city, to the e fleet that "government in a pauper. To obtain money, it must cither lu borrow or steal it." Anming perplexity - depths profound in tho namo of common sense where does money come from, and who does "cre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

4 TIXIB ADVOCATE. James Ingalls, though chairman of the pension committee in tho senate, suffered that hill to lie about seven months in hit) committee, and then secured its passage jiiHt on tho eve of his departure, from Washington, I). ('., to the cnpitol of Kan HUH, armed ('(ip-it JUtl with hid speech of February lfi, 187H, which resulted In thu coinage of Homo !f2,(N)0,(X)0 of silver monthly, and which pension legislation secured by I). C. Haskell, caused thin vain boaster of an Ingalls to approach tho state house of Kansas, through his most persistent claqtiors, in January, 1870, with tho nauseating cry: Hit our rompierlnK hero come! this soldl.ir Hcimtor, who louuht, dli'il and ilii'il on Hit4 battle Held ami In tin C lilted HlatcH senate, for tho ulnry of the patient, NiitTi'iiiiK und wounded soldier! i (Oi r.l) NOT KASLKY It 10 A MOIMC INTKLLI- (IKNT CHAMPION? When it appears an a matter of record In the proceeding of congress that the Cummlngs arrears of pensions hill which...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

and all other Journals thaturo In sympathy with our cause. Fraternally, IL C. RotUDKTTK. Friendly puers please copy. Does not tho writer of tho foregoing article know that J uht such demands an he links for wero adopted by the supreme council at St. Louis in Decerning 1B8'., that they were ratified by tho Knights of Labor, and that they have already been submitted to tho sub-alliances north and south and almost unanimously endorsed? Thin much luui already been done. That which remain to bo done In to show that those demands aro not mere idle, words, by tho nomination and election of men to legislative nnd executive positions who will carry out tho policy to which wo stand pledged. Is tbo brother ready for Hiicb action? Fii)iTfnt. " "(i7AsTo7Ajril 22, 10HO. Eoi rou Advocatk: -I read sometime since that Congressman Peters from thin state would not be, a candidate for ro electlon, an hi salary ($5,000) was not enough to Hupport him; and after study ing hi situation for a long time, and...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

TZ-IU ADVOCATE. THE ADVOCATE. OrHCIAI. I'AMtll OK TIIK KANKAA KTATB FA II M Kit V A M.I ANI.T. AM) I NDl M'l'ltl AI.VN ION Published Kvery Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H, McLAM.i.v. President. ) h,.i., .1. I. LlMKIIIJItNKIt, ItHH. Manager, . , ... W. T. I'.itow n, Soe'y I rt'itmin-r, j 1 mprlotori H McLai.i.jn ) Mil. Annik L Iixm j" TOPEKA, - KANSAS. (Entered its second rliiHH matter in tlie Post Olllco ut Topckn, Kinmiirt.) Kill torn T Kit MS OF NUIlSCltlPTION Oiio Copy Onu Yciir 1100 Twelve copies one year .IIIUK) Cliilm tf Twenty eilt or over, each. t Athn lining IUKn. Illsplay Matter, KMm'iiN jmt lino, Ajcato meas urement (I I lines to tlio Inch) KciuIIhk Notices, '.'0 cents per lino, Address all comnnmleallons to tint ADV0CAIE PUBLISHING CO. Toptka Kaniai. Tiik charge that tho alliance is "heading to democracy" is but n crack of tho party whip to frighton Qlliunco men into hurrahing for any men or measures which tho bosses of either party may set tip uh a golden cal...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

Tim ADVOOATH, 7 TIIK ITkTOSKS OK TIIK FAIIMKILV AL LIANCE. In Kansas; according to ultra re publican journals, the Farmers' Alli ance is a scheme to defeat tho repub lican party and turn tho country over tho domncraU In Georgia, accord ing to tho Atlanta Constitution, it in a scheme to defeat tho democratic party, and tarn the country over to tho republicans. Down in that coun try they don't seem to tako much stock in tho democracy of our nation al president, although in Kansas it is considered of a very dangerous char acter. Our opinion is that the kind of democracy of which ho is a truo ex ponent in wry dangerous to both of the old parties, and their common ap prehension of this danger is not alto gether unwarranted. Thft only rais tako they muko is in regarding tho kuccoks of the ono as a necessary con Kocjuf nco of tho defeat of tho other. Tho usKiiranco of tho lords of Vf'all street that "they have arranged tho program of both parties, and aro willing tho people should ex ercis...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

a TiliS rKOHi-KflTViOlTJ JACKSON! COUNTY. Tho editor of tho Holton Jieeordei i having spasms in consoqucnco of ilf great injury to tho credit of tho fctato resulting from tolling tho truth about tho limiiieial condition of tho people, ami tho passing of resolutions by farmers' ullinncoH in rolution to tho mortgage indebtedness of members of tho order. Ho says: Tlio f;u tn urc, JihIkIiik from what wo know of tho farmer of this portion of tho hlato, their financial utandliiK bus been mlHreproKciitcd and tliclr debt tii depression Inexcusably i'XUf?(er iittiil, greatly to tlio Injury of tint credit of tin' ntat.it. After giving tho nlovo testimony regarding tint prosperity of Jackson county, ho adds: Mince tlio lirst ilny of January, h:K), Hourly four months, thcro havo been only nlmt foreclosures In Jackson county, iuhI two or throo of them) havo been, (LKaliiNt iinn-resldcnts. This Is about ui roim! a record as tlio county has nIiowii hIiicu fui liters ami others bciinlo make Improve...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

TX-X23 -fi.rVOa.TjD. 9 C ' ;VOMKX IX TIIK f AM.IANCK. Tho part which women in tho alli unco may play is an important ono. Much, indeed most, of tho work which tho ullianco was organized to accomplish can bo materially aided by their enthusiastic devotion to the order. Because most of tho largo measures ixm which tho betterment of tho tho farmer's condition depends must bo Bought through legislation, it does not therefore follow that women can do nothing towards their attainment. All of tho questions upon which the demands of the alliance are based are essentially homo questions. They aro questions in which tho wives and tho daughters aro as vitally interested iih aro tlio husbands and tho fathers. If tho mortgaged farm must go tho calamity of homelessness falls us heavily upon tho women as upon tho men. If low prices for farm products create tho necessity for pinching econ omy tho brunt of managing falls upon tho woman. Now, it is certain that the task of bringing ulout a butter con...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

5 0 MonrcACE ronr,CL03o. Mill. T. J. WiUTMAM. Ti.'mx: Ju.it before the Unfile, Mother. (.?! Icard of prairie Kansas, ' . .(..t fair In j J c() broad and f ro; V.l !i iti, rninn of choicest treasures, 'L lir"H tho home for you and mo, Lfc urt take our little savings, ii'i t the ritflit time to invent, I'or tl o country's nw ninl growing And the Spring-time in the bent. Cjjokch: Novrip mi nil tho little mortago, 'Mmt can nuroly do no harm, V will not bo ftnkoii to pay it, 'Till they raise thu price of com. Ro wi.l,h teams, our cows and poultry, We went west to make a farm; Vrn.',nn lovely blessed our vision, (JrnM wnH Krtwn and sunshine warm, AtA the choicest blooming llowri With sweetest fntgranco filled tlo air; Pletumt streams with water Mowing, Peace nnd plenty everywhere. Cuohch; All our labors worn incessant, And tho plowman did hi best, Ivw5t8 nor rootn to check our progress, Little timo had wo for rest. Forest trees mid orchard planting, Rapid urowth noon brought us fruit; Fon...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

n From Hullne ouily. Kditok Advocatk: We have hero In Smolan one of tho rnoht etithiihiastlc Farmers' Alliances lit existanco. Wo or ganized alsuit tho middle of November 1HH0, with only lit members, and for awhile it looked as if It woull die out lut a little while ago it took a Is sun, an soon an we commenced sending for a few goods ami it leaked out that wo got good at quite n largo discount to what wo are in tho habit of payment our retail places of buslnons; m at our lant meeting wo num bered 1 and seven applications for admit tance ami wo do not repri'Hoiittho ignorant or hum drum class of farmers either. W'o represent in our order all tho lending farnierH In our vicinity and by tho first of OetolHT next there will not ho a single farmer of any consequence outside of our order. Wo aro a very reasonable not fully concurring with everything agreetlion and traiiHacted at our county allhmej where wo aro ably represented, lloplig our congreHH will hooh pawn Homo hill en abling us t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

TI-XE ADVOOATI1 ALXVSJM OFC, W. MACIINK It K FORK THE ttKNATK COMMITTKK OX AfiltlCULTl'KR T5;o following in tho nddronn of C. VI. Mjicuiio, chairman of tho meni- iv4t Iwnrd of the National Farrnoru' Alli.mco and Industrial Union, to tho Noniito comimttoo on nriculturo, April V:2, 181K), fnnmhod from advance shoots of tho National Economist, XiuMinhiHl at Wanhintfton, I). C, a.1 m'gtin of the. order: nth iirit of lUr ('ninmlttet'. an A)rU'uUire ofllw, isf tuue, j trie amwa nuttrn; I address you in behalf of senate bill No. uXM. Thin bill wan introduced by Senator anco, of Nortli Carolina, by request. It emanated from tho National Farmers' Alii moe and Indmttrinl Union, an organization t farmers now extending over twenty-eight states, and which I have tho honor to repre went mi chairman of its national committee on legislation. The president of our organization, L. L. Folk, has already addressed you in behalf vi mis oui, aim nan, i mm, snown conciu nively that a depressed condition of...

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