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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

TX-jr? ADVOOATC. CO It ft ES PO N I ) 1 1 NC I i. Minuona, JGin., July 28. Editor Advooatk: Will you answer the following question? Have the char ters of the national trunks been renewed, and umlor whouo administration? Yours, H. I. M. IThearttore-Huuter tho national lutnk fur twenty yir whh imsmsl In iwi, uiulrr Pr'sUI'tit Arthur's fcliniuMrailon. It revived his sljjn.t tumm July li.-Kn.l TOI'KKA, Kan., August 1. Kmtok Advooatk: There will bean alliance )!cnlo in Tecumneh township on August 21. Everybody I.i cordially In vited to attend; bring your baskets filled with dinner, and lot ub devote one day to Improving ourselves efrlally and at the name time hear Mrs. M. K. Lease, of Wichita, deliver a lecture, which If fol lowed out will help us financially. Committer. To Ih Allium' Urethral. lUvK.v.Kan., July 3. Editor Aivx:atk: In order that the members of the alliance may have a per fect understanding of the workings of the State Exchange I have concluded to give all my time to the ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

JO TX-X33" ADVOCATH (JOIMtKKI'ONnKNCK. ' ' 1 Jcfinminn Comity. ' Mkridicn, Kan., July !!, IS'JU. Hca'IMiI, That wp, tlio iiifiiiihi'is of Mon itor Alliance Ny. 11-.. will not e.pport for Riiproneutiitivc any man who will not work n J roto for the. liiterrhtA of the soldiers wlio eavei our country in Urn bit civil wir. Uu.tol vd, Thiit 11 copy of theue. renolutiois l.o neat to tho Meridoii 'IVibums ths Ohka- 1K1IS 1ml tpeJlth ut, pud ThK AdVOCAT. ( ' ' 1 S. II. Chau'.v, IWt. (. L. Waiikb.ii, See'y. ' ' W - ; , . Cojuntii, juu., July '-'8, WiX). , At u regular, mooting cf .('oriuth Alli ance No. 1 VXl, tin,' , case , of M. 1. tthafer for publishing ful io, statements in the (hiborne County Fanner of July 17, and for breaking his obligation and .other wise Injuring tho,Faruiors' Alliance nud Industrial Union, wad brought before the alliance and ho wan expelled. Judas sold himself for thirty pieces of ailvor. Ono Judas disposed of who next? Papers friendly to .tho . ordir,. please publi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

i ! IT iV l'li'iilf tit, lt ri ton. lUutim-ox, Kim., July 22, IH'JO. Pmrou Anvorti :: In fcplto f tho niin in the morning, our alllnnoo picnic wni a eunvRijj. Pro. L 0. Waters wan provident of tlx day, aul after mm do, In troduced to us , llnt.her Alox. Itccil, of Myrtle Hill, who gve uh nu excellent Hpeech of ton or fifteen mlniiton. Aftor, another selection of muni', Mra. M. K. Loase, of Wic fiiti, wail introduced unl for nearly two hours hold her' audience by the most entertaining hjm-i'c !i that It ban I wen our good fortune to linteii to or many a day. ' hho dwelt strongly on the labor question, h peaking also of our Iniqnitoiirt mortgages and touching upon woman buITimjo and veterans' claiuia. All soomeil much ploHfiod with hT ppeech, find surely timo spent In listening to her wan will fepent.' It wrw announced thttt.uhn would Apeak nt Wukarusu and lllchlnnd in thin month and at Tecum eh somotlmo In August. Hhe made many convert to the peopled iarty and enjoined uh to vot agai...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

TEH3 LDVOOJVam MATTOM A.L WA II. U ICICV A Ml WK A N 11 inDt.'nrr.iAr. wniow. fy. V' -. i i.. u row, Tv'n 'j?.f.-.'f-in, n. o. :..':: If. Clour. f.V i'uH Kan. (' ' "..y....,.MJjf.Tinj",l I, .uu 'ii.MnM. r..i.M ...JL V. "'ni, I uHco, rio. . , i! it,,,.,. ...Jv-li lem;.!, u'.'!;n''-'.'A ilv.'.-n'e a'l iirr,ii yiMM, ft. A. Patty, f .mii, MIh; two yearn, Uxiv M'Crifl:.i'fi, , ArV.; on year, fCvan Junes, iMihlln.Trx. ji rr-rufd-e IVnmWffr-O. VV. H'MImio. Waah fr !, ). II. i AUmh Wardall, Huron, Hwl!l lJi.Uj J. K. TlUauiil, I!iimtUi, TeftM. KANSAS I'Ai:?JKiW ALLIANCH AND INIi;.'TKIAI. UNION. I'rMWnt IJ. If. Clover, CambrMire, Kau. Vlr rrcnlricnt W. II. IHddK Aninvsita, Kan. ftmretary . .. J. H. French, Ilutclttnaon, Jlaa. 'frer-mirer II. i'.uiirhian, llurrtoii, Kan. ("ttFUIii J. I". West, I'Kltcrfton, Kan. liWturor K. A. Miklntwi, Meriden, Kan. Aia't Locliirer..,.Vn M. ITatlitr, Nntr.l. Kan. Uwrkeeper I. K. William, IVntlc-y, Kan. Aiw't lxrkrcH'r...A. W. Taylor, Nnwton, Nan. Her't at anna...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

PEOPLE'S PARTY, STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. fkUJ rhwr Cntor4 iull ltnj. Cor. NCI nil Jartiofl. TorKEA, Kaunas, July 11th, 11M. To ttt memberi of Hie different organization couinoslni! the lVoU' l'arty of Khiinuh, jan'tlntf: We, your etala comuntUw, have medo arrantfemiMitd with the ruibllHhcrrt tf Thk Advocatk the Kanmu farmer for a Hubncrition irWo of 115 cnU each In clubo of ten or inoro fur four moutha to either paper. Thla will enable m to koep before you the complete campaign work In un oltlciul form, all the atta ka nuule on our party by the partluan prtww will l answered, ami you will bo kept thor oughly iroototl on every movement. Wo feel that thin U by far tho bout means to fl i UourbaUleftnd to win our glorious c&iua. Now brethren, tlo not mlas thla cb'tioo to furnujli your inirnbon with a means that will enablo them to vote In ti L;:rntly. Bnl la your suUcriptlons at once. We wouM siitftfoat that the Amount imxmxry be taken from your general fund. . JL'y order of the Sta...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

14 OVIR 29.000 IN .c. The, Company 'v ft A.'ivttiK dispensed . ',! ..:. 'i t rave 1 1 i ;. h i. hIik t), will ii . t v -.: KSllt (f ' '''f ' '- ..,! riri :' .. rliA'iun , 'I ..' T fkttUiiM of fun. at tsi;.i.' SM.toit, Crlmilert, Pump Pipnt, Tnka, lie. , ,i 1215 WijiJl.Ut.lCMijni City, Mo 1 fillet! .((.! i "I'M . . 1 1 ,J IAinATOHJ U'l VIV THBAT, rOU-T CCOTT, V. s Manufacturer fif I'JtAJsooil'JI.lil'lUll'U! KOM T)ltt MlK V RNTKoM AND I'l UK OK TlltC HWINK; I'lAUIJK , ' "f'-t OA '! I'lJotlCltA:" '' tHAIIX'H CKICIlltATH.11' IKJl'.HK, ANU CArt'l j 1 rowiK.HM. t'nllke any other Medicine ever jut upon the market, liked I y the isest Ktoek HieedciH In the mu;i)Vf'H hjti:hk;o tvu rule HticvKNTior I A Nl ri; UK OK ;MI( H f.N (IIOI.KKA, i i.i r . uAr.. nour. m -m ; ' ' Anil iiiany' other ValiiaMo rrt'paralniiM. I ,i . (i i. '.. ui .n. ? ' ' ' nrJvoDOirs :- specific Prevention and Cure of. Hog Cholera. ft IH lit) 1(M!tT II dchaUhle llll'Htoil an to wlwthtr HCQ CHOLEfU mrt t prm iUiU a rut nmd,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

TECH 15 Farnsrs1 Alliance teamcc-tojM! formation n"Xilint to"' Fred Jackscn, Scc'y, ' i ' ' .c'JI.' ! Mulitrian,Una. W-f-V ' 1 : V': ;"' 1 r. i J INVALIDS, NOTICE Kansas, is the Place Where You May Enjy Youmlf and Recover Health. Ttiaroiiniy'rauTpix tl for the tioutntut of Ml Chronic, and llt'i;t'vlltvH l)lm-aef both Mescal . .foil .Utarrh treatsd It XroOi 9::Bto ll iilA in. dally. Ths Famous Auburndals Saltier Sgrlno Ih In con tiii) Uo& wU ) Shis liiHClntiou, and 1m i'(iwl to any rvivelM iiv world, t'lft iiMoof thin watinvs n Jteii : ! H t !. for I)i4?i3it,r Vnnuloin'jt ii'ini iLi tiw.br nuts HJiili liavo t.Oniilivd li'iil Hklll. TIiIh water Ik lotlIed und shipped to ull parts of tlio U. M, (HhmI board and rooms can he had at reason libit ratcu. iTcasanc Km 'iii In n niiil beautiful si-en- cry. Writ for further InroimiaUoii. v. I. II A 1. 1.. M. !.. Proprietor. VM. TAYMMt, M. !., Murgeon-ln Chief, " r SPECIAL NOTICE TO SECRETARIES OF ALLIANCES 2 mi "77-- -rj-; MajtMf'' !c,t: rs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

10 (ID BEilTffll AT If ' PRICES A set of Teeth f..r ?h.ih Cold KillH-y fl.nuto r.uo riatlinnn Killing.' 7.1 U loo Cement or whim Killing .' Kxtraellng teeth without l-alii or harm M Teeth Kxtiactml '-'ft Cleaning I ecln per net , .70 K Full upiM'r or lower set of teeth on bent rublwr in.m Kent material always used. Mouth prepared for wU Inw, In preparing such i-hh-m a small fee wltl be charged whlrh will I allowed on be rt.M of the teeth. Kcmciuler tint name and II02UTI0 A. ClACSC, D. D. S., 629 Km. Ave., Near 7th St. number. ELIZA I'.KTM A II IX FKMAI.K HKMINAKY, . lexlgton, Mo. 31st unhIuII. Hei.t. Uth. Wither educmlon. Forty hoarding pnj Ik Kx cnllcM accommodations. Catalogue. J. I. J'.Lui ton, ITt nl.li nt. co lm.o : no Mr. rou youno la mix ILLI1IS FEMALE COLLEGE Sfifi Local Ion, liulldiiig, Terms, JJcerary, Musical and Art Departments unsurpassed. For cata logue addrcn W. F. Shout, D.D., l'rliM'lMil. n TELEGRAPHY. Our Instttcte In tlii moat roniidote and r i V tlkoroiiL'li. and...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

V 1 7 7 r1 rnie 1 I rtf I I SA . ( 7 yi y U r.r. A o; r Devoted to the Interests of the Fanners' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. I. NO. 51. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1890. 10 PAG EH. DECLINE OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. Another K In the (Jrrat Cunspl nicy The Hondlioldcrs Want tho I'lil'llf Cmllt Strengthened -They Secure the Passage of mi Act Muklnjr a f0 Cent Dollar Worth 100 Cents Ke marks of Thud. Mevens, Oliver I Mor ton, Hen. Wade and tins American Judas Iseurlot -The Cry Of lll'ltllilliltloll. BY W. B. MORGAN. NO. X. The pasnago of the contraction art in was only a preparatory measure to fasten upon tho people perpetual bond ed debt and to secure to the conspirators the control of the currency. The resolu tion which congress panned, expressing Its concurrence with the secretary of the trinsury in regard to contraction, stated JV.HH rHouIJ be done "with a view to oh early (4 iciiiuYijliori of specie payments as the bu.-jioeiu intere...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

2 TI-I3B ADVOCATE. uiTLY to urrmcu waltov. I Horn! you for j hllcatlon a reply to u letter publish I in Colllm bus Adiwdtc, taken J'rym the Wei Hnjjton VraH and written by S. V. Walton, wl: ."claims to an ull.'.-iro man. lf nays hi unlt'l y I !i the I- ftrico hoping they w ould do v .M'thin,' 1 relieve our opprt,', ' u, and ut l:'n lnlttt tion he wau roquei. 1 to take ; l obllgu tlou, after being am... rod that it i oullnot conflict wltlt hht - political " m1 religlona views. Now he says the alllunce wining to coiwtru'j it to mean that ho .was to an hint t!t ttU'tuc-ft 1a f- vr-'y pnsCI.'-i vnty loth In politics ami religion, and If you dou't do It you are a traitor to your obli Ration. Now, llrother Walton, I too urn a member of tho alliance, and with you have taken the same obligation, You nor I were not asked to what political party wo belonged, and an you havo Hald, I Identified myself with tho Farmers' Alll unoe to aid In lifting the burdemi of debt from tho producing claHncs, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

3 tj T1IK QUESTION 01' HALAHIF.S. I have been reading W. S. Morgan's "J- article, entitlfil "The Decline of the , Auw-rh an Ikpublle, and have been very favorably impressed with the truth (if hi Statements. In reading tho eighth chapter, the thought struck me that if our public of ficers receive a certain fixed salary jmt year and aro allowed to contract the cur rency In circulation without affecting their salary, they aro doing tho equiva lent to increasing their walary, Just as Morun says; for ly ho doing they make produce and all necessaries f lif? cheaper. Thus they aro continually widening the gulf between them and tho producing classes. Their Interests aro not at all Identical with the producing eludes, but at variance, for by enhancing tho value of money they increase their Halarle to tho purchasing power of it, ami at tho name time crutth down the producing class. Mr. Morgan suggests that If the walary of our Senators and Congressmen could be. fixed in u certain uumher of bu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

4 TT-Zn ADVOOAT21 MO ( i n i.nniinrmr.ff-""""-' f:'M OrrreiAt, Pai'vu or tiik Kanhah Static KAItMKIt A A I.I.I A NK A Mil I NDUNTIt (A I, IJN Ion, I'ulill.tlit'd Kvwy Wriliu'wluy hy lh , ADVOCATE PUDLISHKJG CO. M. MrLAt.MM, l'rcH'lcnt, .) Holfl .1. 1 I.IMK.lllHtNKH, IlllN. M.liuwr, ., . , W. T. iSitows.Meo'y TrriiMiiriT, ) 1 ropileton ... , V IMltori MllH. ANNIK L, IMUUH j TKKMS OK HntHCltriTION Ono Copy Ouo VVur II . (X) 'I'wHvn foplni mm year , f io.im (Jliilti of Twenty ropli-i or ovit f.HO eiu'h, Advert iHln.t Kacvrt. I 1 m 1 1 1 i y Mutter, 10 rvnl per line, A;ito ini-rts-ut'i'iiu-nl (i t line to tint Incli) Itl'iUlllltf NotleOH, WVI'UlH H'rllllH. Aitili'i'si all eomiiiiiiileaUoui to tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topeka Ktnitas. TOPKKA, KAN8AN, AUGUST l.'l, IHrti). ( Kutiirtuliirtmicoiid claiin mnttor in the I 'out ( Hiiro ut Topeka, KiuiHM. ) Hii:ciAit:MJii i.wr. Tiiic Advcx-atb A, National TCooiiomiHt, .$1.7.1 M " , Chicago UxprcHn.' 1.71 " Itaxlor Frw l'ri'HH 1.7.1 " 1 Noiicon...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

. . , v v . v i. ; 5 - A rtKAIt IflNtJ. Tom tho Kurt Heotl Monitor. An oli soldier iiinl friend of the Month sends us tin) following letter from Senator lur.alls: Wahiiinmom, l. ('., July 17, !;. Mv lK.ut Silt; In reply to your of the 7th liif.1., I fcnuUI My that f am grateful for tin av Hiiriuit 'e of your confidence ami approval, Idle the pension li'uliilallon Ik not all that I wlnli.-il, nor Hit that tho veteran had it right to etcel, still It will Im of great benellt, rcllcvlnif, tin ne cessities of riot less than :um,iM) comrade and their dependent relative, ami toldlritf iiImmiI J , imi.ixh) to the annual appropriation. Service pen sion and tho act granting arrears are sure to eoino. CainpalKU ant not often won In u single battle, ami tin war ha Just begun. So long an I remain In pulilli: lift I hhall dedicate myself to the arconipllHhmcnt of these nie.lt ad of na tlonal Justice. Very truly yours, John J. Imiai.m. A bill providing for arrears of pen sions was introduced in th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

C 11:113 -AJDTTOOTia. i)ok os thus ncitrk, thf.n that. Republican journal of Kansas are jnni now pi'vin wida publicity to n.n article from tho Atlanta (Ga.) GmMi7ton, designed to prove that tho alliance i purely a democratic institution. In'order that our readers may p;ot tho full Ifonofit of the opinions of thin Atlanta authority on thin subjoet, wo place by tho side of tho recent article ho extensively quoted one that ap peared in tho same journal in tho early piut of May. What ham wrought this marvelous change T Can it bo that tho southern democratic press in coining to tho rescue of tho republican press of Kansas ami endeavoring to aid in deluding our poo pi o into tho leliof that they are being led into the democratic camp? Head and reflect: "TIIK AI.I.IANCK TIIK lKMOltATI! I'AUTY." Atlanta CtwxtttutUm (Dent.) July, WM). The Savannah Morntim Nnrn, commenting on an article In the I'lmlltutUm, In which wo had endeavored to Met the alliance right with mo of our northern contempora...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

rx-ra AivooAT:a 7 nf President ) litrrUoit. Hint the rimin1 of the re piiHli( in majority Incomings. KeHolved, 1 li.it we heartily endorse the admin istration of Hon. I.vni.in I'. Humphrey as worthy thti hh;li f t'MiM'd ami eourtdenrit accorded l It hy the pcopltMif Kansas, liiullllii' departments of Mute Kovcrtiiiti iit tin- oltlceH serving the people h ive been faithful to their huMs ami are entitled to Mil iimiualilled suppoit of tin lr patty. Kexolved. 'Hint I hi' tu t of it republican li iilsla Inn; providing a commission for tin- Male control of railroads, da In our Juilmmnl I n produc tive of ureal lM'iiellt to thi eoplc,uml to the end thatthe, ci itiitnlsluii lie further slrcnuthcued wc. tin' r'MitU :inH of Shawnee roiint '. I ecoinuicnil that tin' net legislature irovlili' for I he cltvllon of tin; commissioners by a direct vote of tin.1 peo ple. Uesolvcd, Tliat tin' republican parly, as the or Kanl.ed expression of Mltlcal progress In this country, should In ttn Mate Iculs...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

0 a-I-JU ADVOOATa KNDOUUNU TOLITICAL UAUNACLKS. The Funston and Ingalla political ma- IJno of tho Second Congressional tlia trU.t of Kaunas wiib In motion on tho &tb Inntant at Chelsea park, ia Wyandotte county, on on of tho most glorious d.iys of thin summer. Wyandotte county had twenty seven delegates to this convention of nominal republicans assembled, A. (J. Talbot, of tho delegation, making an olMdeut tem porary wTetary, while Senator William J. IJuchan, tho groat jx)litlcal rlngmns ter of thin county, having protcctol the party machinery, was prudently absent. Douglas hud nineteen delegates, whoso ex-postmaster, L. J. Worden, of Law rence, was a bright and Bhinlng light, gave the right hand of fellowship to Urother Hugh Cameron, Sinter (J race E. Smith and her Bister and daughter, who were courteously permitted to listen to the proceeding of the convention, for which quid pro quo the Knlghta of Labor voters of tho district were assured to Farmer Funston. Bourbon's eighteen...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

DEGLIME OF THE AMERICA?! REFUELIS. ( Continual from flrt jxiye.) u J V. 0' f.hd dollar in coin. The country had passed through ((ur yfHrH of nangulne warfare, and emerged from th Im baptism of blood and flro and smoke with victory perched ujion her banners and her credit iinlinpiilrl ex cept by the manipulations of tho money power of Wall street. During tho dark put day of tho rebellion It had not been thought necessary to make tho bonds payable In coin to sustain tho public credit. Then why should it be thought ho in a time of peace? By this act they added forty cents to every dullar of the bonded Indebtedness that was by law payable In the lawful money of the country. In other word they changed thtt original contract in the Interest of the holders of tho bonds. They violated their pledges to tho people. It wan panned through the House under tho prevlouH question, without chance of de bate, and on the lHth day of March, just fourteen days after Gonerul Grant was inaugurated, It wan...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

10 COURKSrONDKNCR Norton villk, Kan., August 2, Editor Advocate: -The next meeting of the Farmers' Alliance and f niiHtria Uulon of Atchison county will be held at Iancater on Friday, August 1!, 1 fl'.M). The oncers elect for the ensuing year Rrato be Installed. In the afternoon there w to bo nn outdoor meeting, nd dressod by W. P. Brush, to which every body Is Invited. A. J. White, County President. Gaylord, Kan., July 28. Editor Advocatk: Knclosed you will find seven campaign subscriptions taken bere to day. Brother Baker and myrielf are here to-day. Wo had just a very poorly advertised rally, and yet had over a thousand people here. This Is Webb McNall'o home, nnd I honestly lellsve that Brother Baker will carry his home township. Will you please publish this article thia week? It may be vindictive, yet it fits up hero. Yours truly, (). L. Smith. Dovkk, Kan., August 5, Editor Advocate: Plouso announce lo your paper that September tt is "red letter" day for Dover. That on that dat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

To lh Alllnnr Hrrlhren. Havi n, Kan., July X Kiutok Aivo'ATk: In order that the members of tho alliance may have n r feet understanding of the working of the Mate Kschan I have concluded to give all my time to the work, ami will try and answer all calln, aHklng of the brethren to pay my traveling expound. (. II. Hk.nmo.n, Prcaldent fctato Exchange. Topkka, Knn.f August 1. ' KniTon Advocatk: Thro will ho an alliance plculo lu TecumsoU township on Augunt 21. Kverylody In cordially In vlted to attend; bring your basketa filled with dinner, and lot, us devote one day to Improving ourselves socially and at tho tame time hoar Mrs. M. K. Lease, of Wichita, deliver a lecture, which If fol lowed out will help u financially. COMMITTKK. From Frnnklln County. Pomona, Kan., Augunt 1. KiMTort Advocatk: Owing to the fact of the county having boon quite gener ally organized into the Farmers' Mutual Ileneflt Aawxjlatlon previous to the ap pearance of tho alliances wo are not bo atrong as wo otherwis...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

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Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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