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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

ADVCOATZI 8n.ni.J and trannacfintf buiiina by tho authority of thin Ktale, to ke'i t.Soir gen oral )t!ici and all the books, rcrordii and I I'r8 pertaining to all their transactions within the limits of thn htatti of Kanmm. We Are in favor of the enurtment of a law that will require a ritfid maminalion of all tank and bankers at Ktiilml periods, and a public utatemont of their iinanciiil condi tion. We faor mich a change by legislation im will produce ft more eH'cHive nyHtem of tho wseKiimont of property for the purpose of taxation, and a reduction of the excessive eon and Halnrien of public otneers, including tho public printing and county olllcers. W o demand that the legislature create a state board of arbitration for tho settlement of questions arising botweeu employ on aud corporation. We demand that tho statutes of thin state he ro amended as to prohibit the introduc tion in thin stato of cattlo liable to impart the Tex ah, Hplonio or Spanish fovor at any other time thau betwe...

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

10 COUUKSrONDKNCIi Alton, August 'M. . lliMTOK Aovocatk: Havilio Alllanco No, 1177, has u nivinlx;rnl)lp (if uixty--thirty one males ami twouty nine females, Our lecturer, lire. J f III presented tho rjbjoc.t df cumulative luxation, which hart been under discussion for some time j-iiiit. A final vote wart taken when a ma jority of the members were present, ami tho vote wan unanimous In favor of the bill. Wearo working in harmony; are in favor of a county ticket, and will sup port llakor for Congress. M. II. Jokdan, Secretary. Wku.hviu.k, September 1. Editor Advocatk--Wo this day hud ti ft no picnic intHitlnK In Slack's grove, ono mile north of Wollsvlllo. This la a stronghold of old party republicanism in tho Second Congressional dlbtrlct. The attendance wan largo considering the circumstances. Tho speeches woro good throughout. Tho speakers, Robinson, tv. to wart, and Alien, candidate for Con gress, and A. C. Shinn, candidate for lieutenant governor, brother Lemons of Olathe, broug...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

LIST OK Ari'OINTMKMTS. M. W. WII.KINM. Rates county, Mo. Sept. 30. KAI.IMl 11 H AL MONT, Htti.Tord - HopL 12. Ni( kcrson- H-pt. 13. Rates county, Mo. - So it. .t(). Rktek Hills, Pak.-Oet. 11. Mr. Fit n it I x M ('oruil k' A ttl ntntii. (Stafford, Sept. 12. Lincoln, Sept 2d. Allium I.rlur H. In order that a place and date may bo fixed, brethren desiring either open or closed locturca should write to mo at Topeka, Kansas. It were hotter that several Bub alliances join, Hay throe to live, and bring out all tho unconverted possible. A partial Hat of appointments to date: Atchison county fulr, Kept. i:i. Kvciest, lirown county, Sept. 111. w. r. uiuhii, Ex-National State Organler. Appointments Mmlrt by NtaUi Cent nil C'oni lnlttn. The state central committee of the people's party has arranged a BorlcB of meetings for our candidates for governor and for chief juwtlce. Other speakers will bo 'with them lit different point;-). Local committees are expected to mako all necessary arrangements,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

OFFICIAL DWCGTOHY. ? Vt 1 0 ;S A I, I 'A KM V.llH' A I. MA N CK A N I IND1STKIAL UNION. ViciiMcitt L. I. 1'olk, Washington, 1. C. VW I'rcst.it'iit It. II. Clover. Cainbildgo, Han. , ',!:ry j. II. Turner, Washlnutoii, I. C. j, -vwxvr II. W. III. ki ian, 1'iuleo, Mo. j ,f. turcr I'.'-ii Terrell, Wiuiiilnglon. !.(!. i:jrrilrr, Council -TIiicii years, It. A. nitty, 'i'.,u- n, Mlmi; two yews, Isiumj M('raeken, , Ark.; olio yi-iir, Kvvn Junes, PuMln.Tcx. :.iwi(H'(! (' m (-('. V. McCiiim. Wimh-Ir-ton, 1). C; Alon.o Wardall, Huron, South lUi.ota; J. l Tillman, Palmetto, Tcnn. ZS ANSIS FAlOIKItis ALLIANCE AND INDDHTKIAL UNION, Prei;ld.;nt II. H. Clover. Cambridge, Kan. Vice I'rcsl.lcril W. II. Itldiilc, Augtmla, Kan. -''(rclJiry J. It. I'rcnch, Hutchinson, K;m. 'I rriitni'ii' 11. I!iiiirhiii.m. liurrton, Kan, UinpUln I. I. West, J'attorson, Kan. lecturer K. A. Dickinson, Merldcn, Kan. Ann't lecturer.... Vnn II. I'mthcr, Neutral, Kiin. Doorkeeper I. V.. Williams, Itcntley, Kan. Ami't Doorkct'...

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

'I 1 0 PEOPLE'S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Third Fluor Crawford Building. Cor. Fifth and Jachton. Toi'rka, KanfiAH, July 11th, 181)0. To the members of tlio different organizations ciiimhIii( the, I'eoplc's l'urty of Kanaas, greeting: Wt your Htatrt cnminittoo, have mrulo nrraritftMnontd with tho publluhcrs of Tiik Advocatic and tho Kansas Farmer for a nubauription prlco of S3 lonta wvrli In clubw of t'n or uioro for four months to either paper. Thin will enable us to keep before you tho complete campaign work In an ollloial form, all tho attacks mtulo on our party by the partlimn prwm will bo answered, and you will bo kept thor oughly ixwtod on every movement. We feel that thla la by far tho bent meanu to fight our battle and to win our glorloua cauHo. Now, brethren, do not mlna thia chance to furniuh your mombern with a means that will enable them to vote In telligently. Bend In your Hubacriptlons at once. We would suggent that tho amount noceHHary bo taken from your general ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

14 TKXT OF THE NKYY MLVKIt 15 ILL Following In tho toxt of the new silver LiU ua It finally piumeJ both houwu of C'onyWHfl anl was approved by tho preHr (Unt, July 4th, ai'l telegraphed to tho country: Hootlon 1. That tho secretary of the tre ury is hereby directed to purchase from timo to timo Hilver bullion to tho amount of aroK'ito ouncoH, or so much thereof as may bo ottered in each month at the market value price thereof, not exceed- lour 1 for ;57l 1ft-1 w irraina of Dure mlver, ond to Ishuo in payment for euch purchunoH of Rxlver bullion trouiury notes of the United Mtnten, to bo prepared by tho nonrotary of tho trcimury in hucii form and of such Co nominations not less than $1 nor more than 41 (WVI n,j l, mmr i....il.., ...I.I a Mild Ullf. Mcicut to carry into effect tho provisions of this act is heroby appropriated out of any money in tho troanury not otherwise appro priated. Soo. 12. That the treasury notos issued in Discordance with tho provisions of this act shall he red...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

15 Farmers' Alliance Insurance Company OF1 ICANGAD, Full Information on Application to Fred Jackson, Scc'y, Ml'l 'lll'I'hDU, K.'lllW "UNITED 3T-A.TH:3 16 AND Loiui.i money to members tit 3' J jut cent. Alllll't'N A. (lAMTZIN. Kinpuila, K ;ifi. " J-m-i .-, ;V ; v. -rat 'i' RlcllsC mention TlIK A I (ii A IK. For Handmade Farm Harness AlllHtKSS ... .4.a. aw m. mil Jobborand Manufacturer of sail ill cry Gnotln No. 224, Knnvn Avonuo, Topokit, Kaus.m. Special attention riven In mall orders, la rye iir Hinall, liir anythlu:.' in the llncofSadilleiy, I.ralli er, Wax, 'I bread, Needles, Awls, etc, Slate what you waul ami 1 fui nUli prices. McUtolt AOVOCATK. ft.;1 Cj", 1 In ilianiaailani LI v 1 ! A JvB'dV . 'Mi ill-Pl !!'7 IXLWIND MILL OVER 20,000 IN USE. Tlic Coinnanv linvlllLC (lUin iiMcil ; Willi tr a vol I ii k: salesmen, will ap point reliable U cn at'i'iilH. Pur chasing agents of A II lit mux rr lard. Send forCataloKiicilcscrlpllvc r or Power tnrlnns. Shollors, f Rrin.lnr Pnmi'i Pluno T...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

Eto "be lield- , .,,,,,, I.1.1fi ',t '".' ... CMl CP J 3 J 2. m i'i &i, m m L I ill. Annual Fair Located at 14th and Proapcct Ayo., Kanaas City, Ho. Grounds Located at Ht,h and Prospect Avo. Surrounded by Oablo Lme3. Tor proniium list or othor information addresa 1 . ' j i . I , i 1 V- 'J I '1 "T I "i Vi-.i Timothy. Illi. (!, (iichi.nl (;,.. K..I Top, 0,iA (ill Y.lJI Sill ilrM'" am csfT-'L0U,s' uo- Kansas City "Stove Works. Jlcforoaco: ThirJ Natiofud Cank, St. Louis. -- .-.,. . i "-" 1 :' -- ( KNTH . if selling fltoves, we think we ran make you Rueh prices as will secure at Unfit a por- tton of your trade, if not the whole. Wo make a full lino of (looking Moves, Heating Moves and M f. T 7 '" A PV r -A IUnr; have a large stock and can All orders promptly. ,1 t .' ' ; " m i M '1 M 1 v' : We shall be pleased tu miote prlecs. Can we hear from you? j' . - f'.""J V' - .7 V---7 h'U V J rt Yours Ac, t;r..3 Irvl J.v. L w u a ..v.h EA1JSA3 CITY STOVE WORKS. flirty, Township and School Dis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

1 zff iff -r7 em0- j l flm i ll 1 ti i, i y isfysis ls vlx w y y y - r f7 ,nr'7 (k ? 1 7 My K .y :.y . ::::.7 Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. t. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, SE PTE Mil Kit 17, 1800. 1(1 PAGES. THIRD LETTER FROM S. J. CRAWFORD, Who Received tho Votes of I'lioiiriiinilM of Hon est Freemen nfthe Commonwealth of Kansas In HUM. iiml IIHWI-Ile Is Now the Cringing Tool of ii Domestic iiml Foretell Plutocracy Most Fully Illustrating the I'roverb, "Where the Carcass ImTImth Will tin1 Eagles be (lath crcil TogHhT"Hc Is Wi'ildi'il to Monopo listic Flfhll-I'otM. In tho quintessence of stuiKHty that characterizes the editor of the Topekn Capital, he prints live ami one half col umns of matter In IiIb paper over the sig nature of lion. Samuel J. Crawford. It might bo counted a good companion piece of that fictitious political literature that it has published concerning the "Farmers' Alliance," whic...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

2 KAVSAM KKIMIKMCAN COWKNTION OK IH!M. Tho first week of September, 181)0, was tho republican period of party craft, fraud and Intrigue, through which trln Ity of forced tho plutocratic managers In Knnsna politics sot their traps to do colvo the novcroign voters of this far fnnuiil commonwealth. From Sunday, August HI, to Sunday, Reptomljor 7, tho republican chiefs wen In council devising ways and means to make successful tho playing of their humbugs upon what they supposed wore a plain, unsuspecting class of people, who might this year bo caught by tho current chall of their political sachems. Tho platform adopted, after a hostile, woarlnomo debate at tho afternoon ses sion of tho second day of their conven tion, Heemod iih long an tho ll'Jth Psalm, and thus ovoked an Inquiry on tho part of ono of the recalcitrant delegates, If It Included all of the thirty-nine articled of tho orthodox faith, ho sacred to worship pers who aro Invetorately opposed to change. A brief glance at this ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

TEXT! ABVOOATH 3 lyini glry of the dear old party. Ottawa A. 1'. Riddle was chairman of thla delegation of live and hid coarse do nuneiatory upwh on tho poople'B move ment probably made him Becretary. Pawin e -Thiii delegation of three had m outsiders, Henry Rooth and William 0. Edwards, a loader of a musical band. Thin cayoto crew are famous for low Bongs. Phillips These live delegates woro not influential. Pottawatomie Tho Boven delegates from thin county have but little hopes of a local triumph. Pratt -It. (J. Whitman, one of tho four from thin county, made an effort for audi tor. Rawlins Four delegate from thin county quiet men. Reno Of tho nlno delegates Thomas T. Taylor and Editor Ralph M. Easloy were the most prominent, General Toy lor seemed not afraid of tho barons. Republic -(JomorT. Pavlesof this dele gation of seven played lively for hia can didate, H. O. Stover, for Btato treasurer. Mr. Stover waa the candidate of tho ontl John A. Anderson men In 1880 and In 181)0. Rice...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

OlTICUl, I'APKK OK TIIK Kanhan Static PAHMKKH'Al.MAN:jCANllNIi;HI'ltlALUNI(N. Published Kvcry Wednesday tiy the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 8. McLai.mv. President. J. P. I.IMICIIIIItNKt, IttlS. Milling W. T. Jmowtf, Hoi: y ircasun 8 M Mit.i ( Hole :Lai,mn I ... , ,v V Va lton Annik 1 Dkjoh j TKRMS OK HUJIHCKIPTION One Copy Omi Year Il.no Twelve copies one yciir f IM.oo Clubs of Twenty copies or over, f.Ho each. Advertising ICntcH. DlMpliiy Mutter, 1.1 cents per line, Agate meas urement (I t lines to tho Inch) Heading Notices, :w cents per lino. Address nil communications to the ADVOCATE PU3LISHIN3 CO. Topoka Kantus. TO PICK A, KAN..HKITKM HICK 17, 181K). (Entered asKOcond cIuhh mutter in tho Post Olllco lit To Mi kit, Kansas.) Kl'ICCIAIi CLUll LIST. Tin Ai)V(K)AT fc Niitional KoouomlHt. .$1.75 " " Chicago Express 1.75 " 14 Dexter Free 1'rens 1.75 41 4 Nonconformist 1.75 44 KiuiHiirt Commoner.,.. 1.75 44 44 Toiler 1.K5 44 44 Kanmin Farmer 1.75 Olllt CANOIOATHM. Ntat Tlckt. Chief Justice,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

5 THE TOPKKA CAPITAL SAHIIATH DAY NKVOTIOXS. The editor of tho Capital performed Lis liHual Sabbath day service on tho lith inst by tho publication of it two column, double leaded editorial that leaves no doubt upon tho mind of hin readers as to tho character of tho man tor to whom his devotions aro ren dered. Ho selects this day, above all others, for tho perpetration of his vil est slanders, and tho unblushing ut toranco of his most villainous ftvlso hoods. In tho present instance under tho startling headlines, "Tho Allianco Sold Out' ho proceeds tounravol tho thread of imaginary plots whereby it is made to appear that a certain com bination has boon effected bctwwn tho allianco and tho democratic party by which Mr. Willits is to withdraw from tho field in favor of Mr. Robin Bon, and tho democrats aro to throw thoir influence to Mr. Rightmiro for chief justice Tho Capital oven goes bo far as to pay: Itefore Charles Kohluson consented to no to WlchlU ami accept the nomination of 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. — 17 September 1890

0 11 JLZDVO CUVIIl THE CTATE KKI'llliLlOAN 1'UTFOUM. Tho platform adopted by tho re publican state convention is a Htrimo conglomeration of eonJiictiug an misleading declarations. Its rwita! of tho punt achievements of tho party is ptm-ly docoptivo. It makes claims entirely unwarranted by facts, aw omits from its recital every blot ujon tlio record of tho party. If a party in to go before tho people upon its jmst record rather than upon itn present ability and disposition to deal with tho vital questions of tho hour, it is important that tho portraituro of that record shall bo both complete and im partial ; and in renpe:t to each of theso requisites, tho recital of tho, republi can committee on resolutions in pur pooely deficient. It begins by thin declaration: Tlio republicans of tho state of Kansas now assembled In a convention conioucd of moro than flvo hundred delegates, each county being represented by duly accredited int'iubt-m, diM'Liro their continued adherence to tlio cardi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

Why doc lie permit .t noted resubmlsslonlst In the board of mcfroohtan mI1i commissioners In th city of Wichita? It Ih ceitalnly his duty ti M't iih an example, (inventor I luniphry Im cer tainly entitled lo tin rcsuhniMon vote. ha acted In a way to rove Ut tho most sceptical t hut ho In not a true friend to prohibition. In tin rural districts ho Im perhaps 11 prohibitionist, but In the l;irn cities ami In tho pi ivacy of hi nilloo ho Ik f;ir from It. Tim resubmlsslonlstH,,, If they can assuie li in t a majority, can count on him Tho italics aro ours. Boar in mind that this is tho testi inony of I). It. Anthony, a strong pro hibitionist, a strong republican, and a 8upiortor of tho republican ticket. Tho platform is too lengthy for a consideration of all its planks at this timo. It treats of every subject that has claimed tho attention of mankind fiinco tho days of Adam. It promises everything if tho pooplo will onco more rally to tho support of tho dear old party. If wo could feed a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

TT-X13 iDVCOAm 1MB LETTER FROM S. J. CRAYFORD. ( Continued from firnt jkhic) thruntB thin thrilling Inquiry upon Mr. Davis: W III lii.t tt'l) iik why tin wants to cut down tho tariff, while a minimi nii'M iiro lull-, and trn r l: reduce, the w:i(.M-n of Hid few who are e.inployci to a level wllli the prices jutlil for labor In Hit overcrowded couiililcti of free trade Juiiojmj? Now thla groat man Crawford con eludes that Mr. Davis "In (inn who hart agitated himself beyond tho boundaries of human reason and In a fit subject for an insane tiHylum." I'sing his closing expression, "applied to tho agitator of Junction City with that degree ' commlsHorat.ion to which all lu nation aro entitled," why does Crawford ask the man ho thus describes to answer tho foregoing question? Could lunatlcH answer It? But, perhapH, thin political economist, Crawford, might tell Kansas voters why l'reeton 15. I'lumh "wants to cut down tho tariff." Why, all of the, Kantian delegation, in fact, personally al...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

OT-jCO ADVOCATTl 0 there was no place cl enough in tho house 80 they adjourned to tho outsiil. Hut we found that wo could go right along anil noiuinato our ticket. The bent of feeling prevailed. Montgomery county, tho homo of Governor Humphrey, will do herHelf Justice In November. If tho pooplo keep flocking to the reform move ment till November ns they have since July It), (when the county ticket was nominated) there will be a premium for republicans hero. The democrats havo held their convention and did not put out any ticket although tho South Kaunas Tribune, (I top.,) hud Its force of corres pondents there trying to persuade them It was for tlie good of tho people. Tho effects of the silver bill are felt now by thoHo who are fretting money from mort gage companies by having to sign notes that are payable in legal money, but It does not Btato that gold will be tho only legal money. Laborers of Kansas, rlno and do your duty In Novomber. Shake tho hand of foul oppression off. Liber...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

10 CORRESPONDENCE. Vinimi, September 5. Editor Advocatic:-I herewith mind you a iohU1 note for :f2.fi0 In payneut for ten subscribers to Tub Advocatk at 25 cents ar;!i. I got them all hero In town yesterday. Only two of thorn are members of the farmers alliance. They Uko tho Advocatk because they waut something that Is authority upon tho sub jects of tho day. Tho following resolutions were panned by Prairie View Alliance No. .r()0: Whereas. It Is bocotning more and more apparent that the party pretw of tho county (Cloud) is doing all in its power to injure and break up tlie. alliance, and being desir ous of meeting these endeavors in the namo Bpirit they manifest, tbereforo bo it Resolved, That wo will not in any way on coirngo tho circulation of Much papers. Resolved, That wo will discriminate against merchants that advortiso in such pa pers. Resolved, That we furnish a copy of thoso resolutions to TunAn vooATitftud Alliaut for publication. A. Wakhkn, Presidont. C. W. CoNNKUrt, Hoc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

li AHtlilmiitit !MiiIi hy Muli Oiilrul Coin iiiltfUw, The state cmtral committee of th people h party lias arranged a series of meetings for our candidates for govern and for thief justice. Other speakers will bo with them at different point Loral committees ure expected to mak all necessary arrangements, and advertise the meetings thoroughly. Let each meet Ing be a tally that will demonstrate the extent and power of thin political revolu tion. The following are the dates: Klnijinan, Kept. 'J.'. KuAonl. Ht'nt. lIuU liltiHuii, Sept. VI, limit Iti'iui. Kept. '.. I.VotiM, KIi'h Co., Kept. , MffluiiMoii, Sept. :7. Hallna, Sept. '.n. AMIone. Sent. M. Coni'onlla, (,)1. J. Clay 'enter, Oct. 2. St. Maryn, iu J. Ilolton, Oct. 4. Seneca, Oct. 5, Hiawatha, Oct. (J. Troy, h t. 8. Wyandotte, Oct. 0. Olallio, Oct. 10. Lawrence, OcU 13. Ottawa, Oct. II. Caniotte, Oct. ir. Yates Center, Oct. ID. Kureka. Oct. 17. Frcdouia, Oct. IS. Independence, Oct. uo, Oswego, Oct. 21. Columbus. Oct. Ti. Wichita. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 September 1890

12 OFFICIAL Dir.ECTORY. NATION A L FA 11 M Kits' A I.LI A NCE ANI INOfNTKIAL UNION. Vn-i Meat U L I'olk, Washington, I. C. VU'i lTi"(iU!cut....l. II. Clover. Oiminiilk'e, Kan. ftocretary J. II. Turn i-r, Wanlilnit-m, 1). ;. Tmunirer .....11. W. Hickman. I'uxlco, Mo. IiMiuiir (Jon Terrell, WurtiilnKton. 1U!. Kftcutlvt. (.Viru;tf-Tliree yean, R. A. Patty, P.hcoci, MlKd; two ye.m, Inane JVM fraction, , Ark.; miy:t, Kvn Jones, Dublin. Tex. .(VuMre L'tnnmUUs-r,. W. McCune. WhhIi Iftrrloo, D. C; Alonzo Wardall, Huron, Houtli LWi.o(a; J. F. TtUinan, Pnlinntto, Tcnn. KANSAS KA JC MICKS' ALMANCB AND INDUMTKIAL UNION. rreiddent 11. II. Clover, Cambridge, Kan. Vice I'rerddeiit W. II. lilddle, Aiumnta, Kan. rWnttAry J. I. French, Hutchinson, Kan. Treasurer II. Ilauf:'nnaii. Ktirrton, Kan, Chaplulfl J. I. Went, Patterson, Kan. Lscuirrr K. A. Dickinson, Mcrlden, Kan. An t Lecturer.... Van U. I'raMier, Neutral, Kan. Doorkeeper I. K. Williams, llentlcy, Kan. Afs't Doorkeoper.. .A. W. Taylor. Newton...

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