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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

iiB0:P'bi?S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. , TkM floor Crford Building. Cor. Fifth and Jackson. . ( . Topic ka, Kansas, July 11th, 1Km. To the luumbcni of tlio different orgatiloatlons cninMMliiK the I'wplo's Party of KaieuS, greet tni;: We, your stat committee, have ituule arraiitfomentH with the publlnhers of Tun Advik'atr and tho Kmimn Farmer for a subscription price of C cent each In cluba of ten or more for four tnonthn to cither paper. Thin will enable us to keep before you tho complete campaign work In an 0fllci.1l form, all the uttitokH made vu cut party by the partisan press will he answered, and you will bo kept thor- ouhly pouted on every movement Wo feci that thin Is by far the bent means to fl&ht our tuttlo and to win our Klorlous faiiso. Now? brethren., do not lulus this chance to furniwh your members) with a moans that will enable them to vote ln- p,,.. .V k u ). t tJi! ' " '-."J "1 at once. We would nicest that the amount I ' Vt." '.;u' . unl- f ' by order of th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

LB. ST OK ArTOlNTMi:NTS. -htiM, Kita.-Ati, VI ; , . ,! j r.i. M.;nMii.':' '.. j !' ' Vv-Aujf. 11, ; ! ' ( ' ...vr-A-3g.ifl.-;ji ; . ? Tecum aw-h Auj. iil. P;svi!Ie Aiiff. "jTi f.1: Arjdvfi, AYitiiUitins'M) county, anj A I; I .. ill' v6lr.ff - Aug. 2.'l. ! :::.fi city-it'f 1, Hi ii! 1 ' : , Cloud county -111. 21 r fl 7. ' M. W. WILKIN. ' Frankfort Aug. 10. 'v 'UypfuiutAutt. 23. .' . TunoU-An 21. , . 1 1.1 k Clty-8opL It. Ft, Hcott-rVpt. 4. Or.vi.vati)i:UvHjit.l. . 1 1 ,Vi,!iwn county (barbecue)- Hcpt. (J. . ' iymjlu (Iffrbccucj-ttopt. . '1 y,-,) V ilAUMI JltCAIMONT. ' Pi;v;alour Mlya,-Au. 1C, Powhattan-Atitf. 18. , Topckn Auir. 'JO. : UUton AU. 21. ' , ,. Akhinoia county Aug; i , 't l''i.nv:tt Aug. 21). ' ' ' " V.hinitWu Aug. 2G." u... i. 1 1 .... 07 UXAU Aug. 23.' " Mii.tc, in.-w ni. 1. - . . P'ucah. hv.--Hivt. !J. , t , Vort .ttcott-r'H't. 4M ,(; ll,,. ' T'Vnjbns-Nept. 5. 1 ' ' . Torctito-Bc.pt . - ' '" i llurvkaHopt, 8. , ,1 ' . ,! ,i; .. Hviry (pvouliijtj) K!t. B. . . . Kl Dorado...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

V a, y it 9 THE ADVOOAI 15 ' Farmers1 Alliance Insarance Company OF ICA.UOAO. ; Full Information on Application lo Fred Jackson, Sec'y, Mol'luM'NOIl, IVHIIM. 0 'I V, , i; R.E. EIGG3 & CO., Hit KxchMiiK MulMliiK, KANSAS CITY, MO. Consignments solicited. Liberal a!vari't'M made. More kinds and h1h of MIIIh ami Kvupnrntors, forHorKhmii and KiieHr Cune, are made hy Tht Illy myrr Iron Work '., ofClnelnniitl.o., than by nnv othur work In the world. They arc tho nU miknn of the VMor, Until UVxrTrn and Ndi'$ Mill, the tinulne Oxik Kmptmilor, and tho j4 atomoie Vonk Kmjutrnhtr, Send for Catalogue, I'rb'uH, ami I lie tfcirghuiii hand Hook for IMUO. 'Ho Works for God Who Works for Man," THE DAWN Tho Orjtan of tho Society of , Christian Socialists. Fdltor, Ukv. W. 1). P. IW.iss. Contributors, some of the in'Kt writer In the country. . CONTENTS: What t) do Now, What Christian Social lam id, Nwt of nil Social LY forrnfl, What Clmrrht'A " ' and Clergymen are doing. Tho most recent thought and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 August 1890

IC T3EH3 ADVOOAm r EIJAIWTII All I.I, FKMAIH HKMINARY, lxlugton, Mo. ."JlHt session. Sent. lh. . IMi'l.ir. oUueufloti. Forty NmnHjijj pup.'s. .Kj- '"Hi. Hi H' lIIHtt.tll()l)M. j V').llK". J I'lil tl, l'l t".lilv:itU . .' J w' coi.i.iw. jiomk roil youno .aiii:;s. ILLINOIS FEi'ALE COLLEGE Im.umiii, hilulums, Terms, Liuumy, lUunkul and Ait l)i pitrtiiu-iit unHurj:uM;d. For cata logue, address W. F. Hjiuut, Pjlne.Ipul. Y.TELEGRAPHY . J r,; I Uir I jisllfeM I I llm rumt Voinplt Us 4u.l i I thorough, Hint Only I'riM'thal Oiw l - -jilir WiirM. Write for particulars. Wo U j v-ii us ), i, Nut.; jci in.iuri b4 J a THE FALL BOHOOL. Tin) fall school ul (loin i;itjrltimni'rtn(5(l?c(re, Quluey, III., liiy.loH September 1), huh), with it grand reunion ! rlday i-vt-iilior, September t& A full UirilncMfi course, a Norma) I'mnnmhUt JtoiuffiJiJioitliliiHl am) Tyi Wilting alU-tlif ' by clili lent tear hers. Catalogue and full particu lars scut KitKiC, Address, ' 1.J.. MtMHicLMAV, Principal,.. - - '...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

A r i f f I y 4P II I If ltM , r-7 1. r" "V ; 'r ! I S v X Vw V, -. V uUl.,. Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. I. NO. 52. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890. 10 PAGES. decline of the imm imzw. ut i" ft Vi ' I Tli"! Cry of An "Honest Dollar"-EiTctt of the Credit fltreiiKthenlnjf Aft rroflta of t the Uondholders-Tho Funding Act f lU70-Tbo DrinonltloUlon of Silver In 1873-A Terrible Arraignment of Congress and Govern ment OKlclals by Senator Ilek, of the State of Kentucky. BT W. 8. MORGAN. NO. XI. It la proper to state that every financial measure which has bocn passed by Con grpBH In the last twenty-five years has boon ostensibly in favor of the "honest dollar" for the poor man, while in' fact there has not been a single moaaure passed of any note that waa calculated to make tho dollar "honest" The whole tendency of legislation haa been to make tho dollar more valuable to give it greater purchasing powe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

TIIK ItKI'ttKSKNTATIVK M3TKKT3 OK KANSAS. (Irent interest will eon tor around tho canvass made this year In behalf of tlio 125 members who will make up the next Kansas Houso of Reproncntjitivcs; for, from this tod, springing directly from tho people as a fountain source of powor, will some remedial legislation bo most ardently expectod. Tim people are Intending that their representatives whall bo a body of men who, knowing tho rights of their constit uents, will dare maintain them and In thundor tones of dissent will notify Sen ator John James Ingalls that they have retired him as ouo of their mlsreprosont ativos from tho United States Senate. A few Items concerning then" districts aro herewith submitted as a matter for consideration and reference: Doniphan -Thin county became a sin gle representative district by tho legisla tive apportionment of 1880. And yot, for two legislative apportionments, It had 11 vo Representatives and two Senators, while now It has no SenatorIt being with...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

3 in 1HM8. Ingalla stock in low. Osliorno-District No. 101 has been ohm of tho strongest republican ones in the northwest, but the Farmers' alliance heema to be taking it by storm. 'Jewell-Districts No. 102 and 10:1 nro 1 fi this county. Tlir People's cause will be strong here anl the Insulin movement corr iq ending I y weak. Smith -DiHtrict 101, the homeof Webb McNall, gave 87 majority for the repub licans l(i 1HM8. The combination of In gulf, and McNall 1h a poor one for this and for surrounding counties. ' .rhillipH-DIiitrlot No. 105 made piIto a' republican gam In IMS, but the lVople have It now. Itooks District No. 100 has Ell Sher man for Its Iteprescntatlvo, who wan askM by Ingulli early in the year what congressional legislation ho thought needful for thopeoplol . EMtMMstrlct No. 107 in not a republi can, .county, and thin your it will , bo lens GO than ever. ' 'ltmih -Dia'rW No. 108 polled 1,110 votes in l.SS, ami tho republican major ity wan tfi. Iiigulls was confronted in...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

l ",y .11 miMBinr1-"'"'1""''1 OarjiaAi, Tai ku or th Kashaa statu PAllillCltrt'Al.UANCK ANl)lNlUM rUIALLII)N. FutSI.hcd Every WednemUy by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 8. McLALMJf, rronldeiit, Hole J. '. l.iMKinniNKit, Hun. Manager, V. T. Know x, Hcc'y 'J'rwwurnr, ) 1 rln,,! 8 McLalmi MlW. ANNIICf.DlC10N Kdltori TEJtMS OF HUUHCItllTION One Copy On Year tl.OO Twelve copies one yiir tio.w Clulx of Twenty copies or over, .o each. Advert Mntf lUtf. DlNplay Mutter, lOrenfi per line, Agate mca uremeut (14 linen to tho Inch) , Itt'tttlUij Nirticei, 'Mmutn per lino. AiKlrc.ii all coniinunlcHtloni to the ADVOCATE PUBLI3H1NQ CO. Topoka Kansas. TOPKKA, KANSAH, AUOU8T 20, 1880. (Entered annecond c1hh matter In the 1'oHt at Toyeka, Hannah KPHCIAIj CLUII Mtfr. Tuia Ai)VV)AT A National Economic. .$ 1.75 44 44 ChiciitroExprwH 1.75 44 44 Dexter Froo l'reH 1.75 44 4 Nonconform ,, 1.75 44 K An Has Commoner.... 1.75 44 44 Toiler 1.B5 44 44 Kannnn Farmer 1.75 OUR CANDIDATE. StHto Ticket, flilef Jut-flee. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

KANDOX LI KM AND MALICIOUS I'ALM FIKILS. Tho Kansas City Journals cor res mulmt fttTojeka displays his accus tomed lack of knowledge concerning affairs, by saying: J. F. WUIIU Iim been twlee a nirmln-r of the houno of repreNentatlve a a republleun, hli hut term behw attout imw. Ho wan Inslruetod for CaMwrll for senator; within two weeks aft.'r IiIm arrival In Topeka he changed conviction and TUtxl for the other man. Aa a matter of documentary liiHtory it would appear that John F. Willita was first elected as a representative in 1870, and "his last term" was in tho swsiori of 1873. As a matter of fact, on January 21, 1871, ho wan one of thirty who voted "for Caldwell for Senator," and, in joint convention, on tho following day, ho did not voto "for tho other man," hut again voted for Caldwoll, who had 71 votes m tho house and 10 in tho sonato, and who obtained 53 moro votes than did "tho other man" Samuel J. Crawford. Iff. Crawford ohtainod 22 votes on January 21; on tho 25th, ho had...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

0 TUB I'KOPLK'H KTATK CONVENTION. Tho first convention of tho inoplo's fulrty, ''representing primarily all in dustrial intercuts, and generally tho interests of tho wholo peoplo of tho f.tfito and nation, convened (it ltopro sontativo hall, in tho city of Toeka, August lit, 1800. Five hundred arad twenty-one of tho GlE) delegates em braced in tho call, wero present Tho convention was called to order at 10 o'clock a. in., by J. l' Willits, chair men of tho state contrul committee. 0, W. Jones, of Butler county, wan introduced and favorod tho conven tion with a nong, "America." Thin was followed by prayer by 0. W. Jones and a second song. J. F. Wil litw was then elected temporary chairman and I Jen W. Rich, of Trego, temporary secretary. On motion it wart decided to appoint committees of ono from each Congressional dimtrict on permanent organization, on cre dentials, on order of business and on resolutions. Whllo tho chairman wan preparing those committees, Mrs, M. K, JjoftBO was int...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

7 til It IltTl'M.YHON .NEWS' WANlllNWOl ItMlKAC. Another three eohlmn contribution of profundity and originality again graces tin columns of tho NncH from U esteemed Washington "liurouu." Tho profundity in manifest in tho recital of tho "Bureau's" unsuccessful attempt to interview Congressman John A. Anderson. Tin woightiness of this effort must bo rcud to bo ap preciate. The columns of Tmjb Ad vocate will hardly stand tho utrain of ft reproduction, important as in its loaring on tho profit issues before our people. Huflioo it to hay that Mr. Anderson succeeded in eluding the "llurcrtu's'' attempted interview, objecting doubtless to Mng served Up personally, and also to answering tho query as to tho manner in wind ho employed bis timo between his rising and his breakfast hours. Tho "IhmW was more .fortunate with Honator Ingalls. Hho succeeded io, nncertaining tho fact that tho senator "(Mirforum two solemn ceremonies bo foro breakfast, shavinghimself and Writing to bin wife." Jlut M...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

If KM OC RATI C TKAItS. Tho democratic party of Kansaa in ia tears, nnd tho brethren acroM tho lino aro wiping thoir eyes in sym pathy. Tho prow just now has much to say of "fdliauco treachery" and "doublo dailing." Tho fad tiro that tho combination which really existed was a combination of democratic poli ticians not connected any of tho in dustrial organizations that have brought tho pooplo'a party into exis tence. Bomo of those politicians woro frequent visitors at thin offico fnd at tho office of tho stnto central commit too prior to tho convention, Hooking to bring about such a combination as thoy desired. Thoy woro frankly and positively assured that Hiich an ar rangement could not bo thought of. Ono of thoir number nought to havo certain articles! prepared by himself inserted in The Advocate. Failing in his purpOHO to socuro their publi cation as contributions, ho Bought to havo thorn published us paid matter at full ratoH. Thin propOHition was ahx) rejectod, and thia in tho ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

OLIt CANDIDATES. Th ChoHmn Lenders of the people's l'arty- Who They Arc. W. P. IUghtinlre, the nominee for ch!if Justice, waa bom upon a farm near Ithaca, New York, March '20, 181'.). ISy the death t hi parents, thrown upon hi own resources in IBM, ho worked aa a farm laborer during that summer, attended tho Ithaca academy during tho next winter and summer, taught school next winter, and continued teaching and attending school until tho winter of 1809 and 1H70, when ho wan employed in Pennsylvania, where he read law and taught school la winters. Dur ingtho Bummora of 1870 nnd 1871 ho worked In tho anthracite coal mines near Bhamokin during the day and studied law at night In 1872 ho patted his ei aminatlon for admission to tho bar, but entered tho Itinerancy of tho Evangelical association beforo ho was Bworn in or formally admitted to the bar. After one and two-third yearB preaching ho broko down with lung trouble, resigned from the university and engaged in teaching again, ltomovln...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

"COUHKHPONDKNCK. Ohiounk, Kan., August 2, IH'.X). Editor Ai)VM!ATr.: Mouth Solomon , Allhneo No. 141)1, expressed Itself ha willing to aupport nothing but alliance men for olllce; ww in favor of putting n county ticket in tho Hold; would support i Ilakflr for Coiijjroris, ami do everything that was honorable to reduco salaries to an e qultablo utate. Fraternally, W. D. Jknnikon, Herniary. Topicka, Ivan., August 1. Editor Advocate: - There will bean ' alliance picnic In Treumseh towriMhip on August 21. Everybody a cordially In vlted to attend; bring your baskets filled with dinner, and lot us devote ono day to Improving ourselves socially ami at tho eamo time hear Mrs. M. K. Lease, of Wichita, deliver n lecture, which If fol lowed out will help Utf financially. Committkic. To tho Allium ( Hrvlhria. Havkn, Kan., July 3. Editor Aivo:atc:Iii order that tho members of tho alliance, may havo a per fect understanding of the workings of 'the Btato Exchange I have concluded to gtvn all my ti...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

Toth County President hixI H-rrtrl I5itoTiii';itH:-A nearly all the mitMilIUnccs have eleeled their trustee, stockholder, wo. the board of directors, do now tasue Utls our official call for tin) ih .rm.iix-nt orn .Milallon of wild trus tee Ktirkhofdrrit. Tim jrcKldent and secretary of each county are requested to take chaw of tlio first meeting, ami that nil neeoviiiry r rantfernenU uio nude, mid that o ach sutMillUiu o In ilii- county In r'n'Sfiili d. Imaac, a milt-alil-anoe hait not elected a tnrotee, the president of the alliance should attend or upjwilnt a monitor, who will represent hi alliance iiuill a trustee stockholder Is t'lci ted. The meetings liiiv Ix'cn arranged In regular order, that unit of the, director can lxj present and explain tho objects of the meetings, and the genera! work of tho Kvcham;e. Von Mill see that hy this arrangement one member can attend all the meetings In one, district at th least expense. Tho object of these meetings Ih to diiieuss the business i...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

1 OfFICIAL DltJEOTOKY. NATIONAL FA KM Kits' ALLIANCK ANI IMttVUtlAL UNION. I'rcrttilent I.. I I'ollc, Washington, 1). 0. View l'rcKlilcnt....H. H. Clover, 'uiritriitKn, Kan. HM-rclary J. II. Turner, Waiihli'tfion, . i. Trcainvr II. W. lllchmiul. I'ullco, Mo. lec turer Udii Terrell, WanhlilirtoM. 1UJ. HxiruHvt (Vmjwfl -Three years, It. A. Patty, ftlacoii, MIkh; two yt'iira, I saafl Mi-Crackrn, , Ark.i oiiuyrar, ICvan Jones, iJiihllit.Tox. Krecutlve. CommlUee.-C, W. McCiinfl. Wan litRfoii, . ('.; Alon.o Wurd.ill, Huron, KmitU Imkota; J. 1'. Tlllm.ui, Palmetto, Twin, HANNAH FA KM IAIH' ALLIANCK AND 1NDIJNTUIAL UNION. t'reNlilciit n. II. f lover, CainhrMnn, Kan. Vice, President W. II. lll.t.lUt, AiitruNfa, Han, (Wretary J. H. French, llutrliliwon, Kan. TreaKMrer H. HJituriiumn, lUirrton, I. an. Clmpluln J. P. VVcbt, Patlenton, Kan. lecturer 15. A. lUeklnuon, MerMen, Kin. Asu't Iau tiiier.... Van H. I'rather, Neutral, Kan. Jfciorkeoper I. 15. William, IteiifJcy, Kan. AmhI Doorkeeper.. .A...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

13 PEOPLE'S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE, tldi FlCor Crawford Bulling. Cor. Fifth and Jackton. Topkka, Kansas, July 11th, 100. to the members of the different oruiicitzatlons composing tha ratio's Tarty of Kanwi , Kiecttmji We, your ataU commlttiM", have made arrantfemowtu with the tniblih rs of Tiik Advocate and tho Kaman Farmer for a subttcriptlon price of 23 cents each In clubs of ton or more for four month to olther papr. Thin will enable us to keep beforo you tho complete campaign work In an oiSlcinl form, all tho attacks made on oar party by tho partlaan prwis will Ixi answered, and you will lo kept thor oughly pouted on every movement Wo feel thut this la by far tho bent menus to fight our battle and to win our glorious cause. Now, brethren, do not ml tin this cJianco to furniiih your merobfra with a moan that will enable them to vote In tcrfittiy. Bend la your lulflcrij-tl : -s at once. Wo would surest that the amount t u ;:ury bo taken from your general fund. Uy order of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

14 list or a rroi ntm icntm. MUS. M. K. l.KAHIC. llowtvillo -Antf. KiilirMtfo, Wuubnuniioe county, an J Alma in the evening -Aug. 21. Mile City- UM't- :J. Dover -tfejjt. '.). Cloud county-Kept. 21 f 0 -7. M. W. WILKIN. EIkCIty-Hopt.3. Ft. rVotttfojt. 1. ()w;awatonilo--Hiit. 5. Wilfon county (barbecu)- Hopt. (5. , Kuruku (barbecue) Sept. 8. l!ut'H county, Mo.-M'pt. .'W). ItAM'll I1KAUMONT. AtclilHoti county Auj. 22. ' Troy Aiitf. 2:i. Nonoca Au;jr. 2.". Wihinffton Au.21. 1 ' Hmith Ontcr-Aug. 27. , ' - Loim Aug. 2H. ., MuHHMC, 111.- H'pt. 1. l'aducah, Ky. Ncpt. 2. . Fort Hcott-Hept. 1. . ; I'urHonn -Sept. 5. Toronto-Sept. o Eureka -Sept. H. Sovcry (iivonlnf?)-H'pt. 8. Kl Dorado Kept. U. Cowley county --Hcpt. 10. ' Htaffonl -Sept. 12. 1 ' ' 1 NU'Iuthom Hi'pt, M. ,,,, Eaten county. Mo. Sept. !J0. Eluek Hllln, I)a1c Oct. 2 11. CATA KKBI, Cntarrluil DnfiH'M, Hay Tver-A Nvr Home Treatment. Sufferers aro not Kenorally aware that thitHo diueanon are contaueoun or that thry aro due to the pre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 August 1890

TX-XX3 ADVOOAT IS Fanners' Alliance mnm tepy OF ICA2TOA3. Full Information on Application to Fred Jackson, Sec'y, McIMitM Miu, Kuiim. It. E. HIGGS a CO., MM 1:i1imiik Itut l.llnt;, KANSAS CITY, UO. Consignments solicited. Mboral til vitn''ri mailt', 11' mTn m inra Diiirrlnf fnwa h BW' ' Youthful folllM. IbiUmmiIoh, k. r Ir4u1ttnr. pr-Klm-lM Ni,nuii, lMlliy, llw WMa(H)ti'i Mlf Ol.trurt, t'lllii Urmorf, l'tilrl Vrff, flmriirmifi , Ar.lun to SiKlrif, !. of Auitillhin, I'nllO nirn U MmttJ, 1)rpal Btunui liloimBllr,.in In !'', Mllkf Drlu. Illgtil ! ". l'nulnml hr.lul o I.O.I ! k, i mioTu i.I augo w t t :t . nf .t on., u ikJ,iliH ilmiri iloi.Md. r irllirn4 u Mra. 1 rrinui Unnl II r (ail la UiuumuiIi of a, Unmilnn I.WtNo. 1, rr, In r l. a l K n '(. All. 4AHi KlUmili, 1. b.,SU VV. MUlk (tC,KAS(HAIltlTI,lia. HjvtlrUtipin to those wlO Mention AOVOTATF. v'r-"" , J- 'Ht Works lor God Who Work for Man." THE DAWS TtlE 81111 mu co Tho Oran of the Society of Christian Socialists. Kdltor, Kiev. VV. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 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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