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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 0 THE NATION' At COUNCIL. ( CimtinutA fnnn flrt jutQe.) ) : ; f i wr7i Jn-troduced by brother Livingston. BrcAfcf r Btell stated the object of their vin, the national meeting. lVuidont Polk ext-anded thorn a cor dial, welcome and expressed the sincere deiJfQ and hope that they would come Into our organization. Resolution by Adams, of Louluiana, condemning the state lottery, was road txA adopted. The following telegrams wore received tri read and roHponaes authorized : Philadelphia, Pa., December 2. J L. I'M, lrtHidad: Our fraternal delogatea will convey greet ing of tho Knights of Labor to your conven tion on Friday at any hour you designate. T. V. IWdkuly. Bohtoh, Mat-.a., December 2. National Farm firs' AUUmce aiul liuliixtrinl Union: The Industrial Alliance of Now England, seudu groeting to the Fanners' Alliance. Accept congratulations upon significant victorua woo. United elTorte menus suo owai for 1892. We aro Japidly muntcriny for tho fight. Q. F. Wahujuju, Presi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

to THE ADVOCATE Cull for a National Co of rone. Whereas, In unit time la itrvngth the rwforo it la oVdraMo that there ehouM bo a union of all the varlounl named or cml-catlona that etand on common ground. To thii end the lndivlJiiAlu rorn various states whouo names are hereto lilted, In accordance with recent Bug gestlons of tho Knlgbtw of Later and the general wlah of all protfrwiiive reforms, make thla call for a national conforeaco to bo compoaod of delegates from tha following orga.nI.atlona, namely: The Independent Party; The Teoplo'e Tarty, by lta repretieuta Uvea. The Union Labor Tarty, by its repre sentatives; The late Federal and Confederate 8cl dtora, by their repreaeutatlvws; The Farmers' Alliance; The Farmers' Mutual BeneiU Asoocla tion; The Citlzono' Alliance; The Knlghta of Labor; The Colored Farmere' Alliance; And all othor induatrlal organizations that support the principles of the Bt. Loula agreement of December, 1S89. Each etate organization to send one dele gate f...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

THE ADVO0AT11 Resolutions on RUU i'rlaUmc Kchool Hooks, I'U). Kditou Advocatk: Ata regulnjr moot ing of Wallace Alliance, No. 2.123, helJ on December 20, the following reoolu tlonu were paused; Resolved. That wo expoct tho ofiloors elected to tlte legislature, by tho itM)il'a pnrty to work and vote for tho masses of the peoplo. Resolved, That wo are in favor of tho state printing and furnishing tho school boolcs for our poopla at ooHt. Mna. Wurrrc, Secretary. lleiolutlons From Inarll Own Count j. Resolved. Uy tho Farmers Alliance and Indimtrial Union of rloasnntvale, in Atchi win oounty, KanHne, No. HW7. that Wherean, John Jam on Ingalls is not a rep resentative or tho best tntoreata of Kansas, and that Whereas, Ifo has proven himself a traitor to our intcreHtu by voting for and in tho in tert'Ht of monopoly, and that Wheroos, Ho ban had timo and ocpor tunity to oorrnct tho mistakes and he has not dons it; therefore VVo demand his retiromeni from tho United States Sonato, and that w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

12 THE ADVOCATE. THK KANSAH STATU (JKAKHE. This order of agrlculturalista hoM a very ir.tereHtintf mooting nt Olathw, rind rciado choico of the following named per sona for its ollicora for the eusuiig two ytun: Worthy masteu, A. P. Kuarilou, Mc Louth; worthy observer, Arthur Sharp, (Jlrnrd; lecturor, A. F. A Hem VinUnd; steward, A. II. Lovltt, IJuoyrua; ami lata t steward, J. L. Heherlln, Overbrook; chaplain, Mrs. J. O. Henry, Ohthe; trow urar, Thomas Whlto, Topeka; secretary, (leo. Klaelc, Olathe; gate keeper, 0. W. Kamae, Arkanaaa City; pomona, Mrs. II. A. Cady, Cadmus; Mora, Minn Nettle Aahlockt Olathe; ceren, Mhm Lizzie AM eon, Olathe; lady assistant steward, Mrs. Joale Nicholn, Olathe; executive commit too, Wra. Sims, Topoka; D..B. Falrchlld, Overbrook; (1, A. McAdam, Klncald. On needed legislation the following recommendation woa adopted: We would respectfully recommend that a memorial bo presented to the state lejjiida turo roiuostin that honorable body to sub mit to a vo'io...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 13 OlUTLAHY. Kwiolutlonfl of wmlolencu adordo.1 by Wild Um Alliance, No. Whereas. The Supreme ttuler of the I'ni vortut la Ilia inilmte wwdoiu has removed hy death tho beloved wife of our brother Z. T. Watts, therefore bo it UoHolved, That we sincerely onndolo with tho family of tho doceaaed on tho diHrvetma tion with which It has pleased Divine l'rovi donoe to afflict thorn, and command thorn for consolation to Jltm who orders all thioip for tho bent and wlume chiwtiHoaientti are meant in mercy. , ' Resolved, That this testimonial of our sympathy and sorrow bo forwardod to tho home of our bereaved brother by tho secre tary of this union, and also to Tits Advocate and Obboruo News for publication. I!. L. Sticwaht, .1. Jj. Tl'HSKK, II. I'ON, Committee. Condolatory ltcsolutlons. Whereas, In tho wimlora of Almighty Ood, Brother C. F. Donnor Lm boon removed, and , Whereas, Sympathy in tlmwi of ar!f ana dintroiM boma; ono of tho cardinal principles of our order, therefore b...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

If. TAYLOft, Peiirl, Weklnnon Co., Kb., Rljcjrt- . norm, round China llo.u, litonm iMko'jn. "Galloway and I Polled Annruu -'w.--'-.'J.iUr Halfera and BulSi For3al Of my own raliiJij; f'orn Imported Lnni; tf. very l int stock. l'rlj low. A. J. lILOVr.lt, MtiMotah, KaiL npMfl mention Tun Advocatk. 20 T"7inUTA. AND SOUTH WIOTKItN KKN NELH-I). T. H5fOK K, Veterinary rlurjiwi proprietor, no. rxr n. vudiiia m., u n. wa), wlchltiL Ks. Jlrewlcr of lirmortnd Dorn. Leor burjc, bt, Itcrnanls. Newfoundlands, i5iik!Iu OojiWi'H, (Jemum, Knulliti and IrlsU Volutin, Orent, Imneor (ierrnatt J ofcjjn, KiiKllah MastliTs, Null Terriers and I'iikh, Fox llounda, Large and nrnuii in. u-r nnn-umn, iniin ni'iwrs, Jiing Charles, Cockor and JapaueHn rlpaulels. ICriKlUh rihnpherds, Scotch Terriers, Jlaliluns Mexicans, 1'oodlea and others always on h.uid. AdJrtma wiui sunup, jviuuuuu a use auvucatk. RIVERSIDE HERDS H:itttblihHl 1HCH. 7 V v "JayhawkkV' "U. 8." and "Onward" at J. V. RANDOLPH ft CO., Emporia, Kan ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 15 TTT TTi JTX .fill (a Ml 11 i Mil Cfl Tho Kftnflw Allianco Exchange Company is now locatoj in Konarui City, Kansas, in tho HiiHtwl Building, Minnesota Avcntm The Secretary of the company, II. W. Hainlnnky, hm moved hia ofilco from Tojwlta to tho Barno placo. Tho buflinoKH management is now in the handn of the xocutivo commit to?, "which ia comrwHod of threo mcmbra of tho board of directors. La.it ytiar tho buHineufl waa done with tho etockholdera only. Tho county trmtro stockholders at their annual mooting in October inatructod tho loard to adopt tho co-operative plan of bttsinofm. Ta compliance with said instruc tions the board has renolved to do this at once, and will in tho futuro do bnflinoofl with all clauses of poople, whether they aro stockholders or not The compfiny wdl soon to prepared to take caro of all the bnsinens in ovftry lino intrusted to them. At the clone of tho business year the not profits of tho business will bo divided as follows: Forty per cont...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE iiwuwm i Tn'JKULL. OTITIS ATI A AULSKJ CEiSD CO.. C.a-,a, tl.fi, tif-'M Ks4 7r? tn.'J, Cj!(M &Jti, M'-MI I v tM fkva., RANSAW f rft, Ctt. n 3 W r Ccur.ty, Toi'mhlp and School District Records and Supplies. GEO: IV. CRANE fi, CO., Topoka, Kansas, Send lor Gurioral or a Law C&VJjjae. AUSTIN & 'GEAY BEOS., Emporia, Kansas, -isiroitTE&i and iiarcEDJKiwi or- toliali Sliirii Cln ta Mm XJU.V-si.XUli. UMJLZ.i U) UVMUWVj A wl UUU1 Sil I'lincl. hntt tali MID SICSJBD E3ED STMMIS ffl ESIIIS. Our homes were selected by a tnefr.W cf V S Urn d'reot from tbe breeders of I.'urope, and are nVwoiul.ints of tlw inont noted prlM winners of tt.fl Old World. We paid spot cash for all our stood and Kit the brHt at jrn'nt barndne and wt re i;'. ol.hnd to take the refuse from dealer at exor bitant figures lnordorto olUvln credit, thereby enabling ua to A bettor anlmala at better prices, mpr tune anil a lower rutu of interest th:ui almost any other firm la America. Vve have altio ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

I, ,.-.--. " ' .., t Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 10. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ill, 1000. 10 PAGES. THE NATIONAL COUNCIL. ProciMMllngHof the Mooting at Ocala, Florida, Pcrnttber 2. 1 !)(). Prom the National KconomlsL FOt'HH DAY. Friday Morning, Dec. C, 1800. Meeting called to or dor at Presi dent Tollc in the chair, l'rayer by the chaplain. Minutes of yeetorday's meet ing road an4 approved. Koport of committee on confederation, making the following recommendations, was adopted: 1. A confederation. 2. A joint exooutie board of fir each, which shall rcproaont this confederation. 3. Each organization shall bo entitled to aa many votea as it has members who aro legal votorH in state or national elections. 4. The St. Louis platform shall be the baais of co-operation. 6. Each ehaU stand plodgod to owlst when possible in all local aorta to bettor the con dition of the people. (J. Fraternal do...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. "HOW .SHALL WK K.YI'ANI) THE CUR ItSCNCYT" To tin! IWItnr of Tjik AnvooATK. I boo In my copy of The Advocatk under tlato of the IJrd ir.jjt., an article by one Heller, viz: "Now Shall we Best Ex pand our Currency. Thla has been my study for a term of yearn, unci I am there fore intoreutod not only m a student of finance but aa a full-Hedged citizen nnd an American citizen who would like to nee the Patrick Henry principle of Inde pendence incorporated as fully into finan cial nlTalrH, im did ho In hid time Inoou late It into our system of taxation. And there id no good reason that tnl i nation cannot revolutionize as radlcnlly today against England's money oppression a.i did our forefathers against that of taxa tlon without representation. Hut to get to the quebtion: Ilia drat idoa, or rather riumh'H, of the $100,000,000 gold now as deposit for tho redemption of something that does not need redeeming, Is a good one, and thin gold should go Into clrculn tlon to stimulate...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 OUR ASSESSMENT LAWS. Totlm Kdltur of Tiik Advoi'ATK; No one who Las any knowledge of tho workings of our local and state as.na mont lawn from actual oxpcrlouce either as an assessor or from being connected with the ofiicoa of the comity clerk or county treasurer, If he express his honoat opinion, can deny that they work Injus tice and oppression. They are an abomi nation and an outrage. Nor in thia Bay ing that either assessors or county oflicers or certain tax payers are any worse than other people. However, it is a fact that the aaisessors meet in the county clerk's olllco and tako their oath to assess property at its actual value, and that there, according to cus tom for they do it all over the state they walk over into another corner of the ofllce and agree to assess at ono-half, one third or one-fourth of the actual value. The law provides that the head of a family shall have an exemption of $200, but on account of thin custom such per Bons secure one of $100, $...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

4 THE ADVOCATE. ,. irT r.M.PHTrt -T I'ublliilutd Eviy Wolmwlay by th ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. McLAI.MV, l'mldcut, ) n,!d J. r. Limkuuknkk, Una. ManryT, V, . f V. T. linowN, Hw'y Trciwuinr, ) 1 rojn,ton M. MoJ.Al.i.lN, Kdlfor. M "an ' ' J)I,1;rt AmocIuU) ICtltori. J, l. JI KHIVA IU, ) tkkmu oi' buimcuiition Ono Copy Oiih Ycu.r , H 00 Twulve vi)U h onn yur 110.00 Clubs ol Twuuty coplM or over, .80 each. A(lv-rt!Hlj)tf llatcM. Pluplay Matter, 15 exmin per Una, Agate weav umiutnt (14 llnfH to tliu inch) lU'iuIlnn NotlwH, 3) cunt per Ilnfl. Addre.m all communication to tins ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Toptka Kama. TO P EK A , KAN, I ) I'i C E M 1 US H 31, 1800 ( EatorflJ an hoooiiiI o1ih matter la the Poitt Ottloo fit Tcpokn, Kammrt.) sHjciaTTcluii us r. Tni Advooati & National Koonoinlut. . f 1.75 " 44 Chicago Kxpnwa. 1.75 " 44 Pextor Free Trow 1.75 44 Nonoonformint 1.75 " Karma Commoner.... 1.75 44 Toiler l.5 44 KanHftn Farmer 1.75 " 41 Weekly Nationalint... .1.60 NATIONAL KKFOltM I'...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

TEE ADVOCATE. 5 country until tho arrival of the regu lar train for l'onsacola. Arriving in Fonaacola it 9:30 p. m. a reception committeo was found in waiting, and tho party was taken to tho Continen tal hotol for tho night. Wednesday morning au excursion was taken across tho beautiful bay to Fort Pickens and out upon tho gulf. Returning Homotiruo afternoon a train waa in waiting to tako us to another grand feast. This tiraa it wan fish chowder, and tho manner in which it waa disposed of wan a sufiicient tes timonial of its quality. Our recep tion and entertainment at Ponsacola was a fitting close of tho most mem orable excursion on record. In this rambling recital it has only boon intended to map out our lino of travel. At a future time wo nhall comment upon Bomo of tho things that wo have Been and heurd and learned It ia neodlesa to Bay that during thia interesting journey the intimate association of ho many tourists from all parts of our common country has resulted in tho formati...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

G THE ADVOCATE. "THE B2.000 UEITBLICAN MAJORITY PAHTY IN KANSAS." Tho great non-compon mentis United Etates Senator frora Kaunas, in hitf proditory march over tho state, bo wan making his farewell publio electioneering tour in bohalf of hit dosporato ttrttfglo to reach n fourth torm in tho United Stntm Hcnato, ww wont to say: I am not More you, follow citizens, to mako you a "prohibition republican" eoch, neither am I hero to make a "resubmission republican" speech, but I am here for tho avowedly plain, open purpose of making you a sweet, victorious "K'.0W republican ma)orlty speech." It perhaps were idle to mako much allusion to tho boodlo and to tho in toxicants that were so doxtorouflly and ovon oponly unod in thin late glorious campaign in Kansas, ho gratifying in its results to Icgalls as the nice special embodiment of re publican principles in "prohibition republican" Kansas, and throughout tho nation, whero tho notions of voters are still ho opaque that thoy may con eider it ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 7 TIIE rONKKssKI) rUTOcKACY OF TIIK TOI'KKA "CAPITAL." Kvor and anon ban tho official state paper of Kansas nought to poso as the very special friend of tho toiling por tion of our common people, who, through tho active power of their brawn ami brain constantly contribute to aggregated accumulations of posi tive wealth in our great republic no matter though they peronalJy ro ccivo ever no small a portion of tho results of thin toiL Thin Capital, in its Judas-liko pro fessions of friendship for tho dearest interests of tho common people, of our common country, has often given tho open kiss an a wrt of token of fidelity to tho unwary, but tho eyes and tho ears of tho plain commonality of Kansas) have been ho opened that but a corioraVfl guard of them will in tho futnro bo deceived by this con Bpicuous plutocratic newspaper weHt of thu Missouri river. Thin journal in itH Lord's day issuo of December 14, 1800, has this following matter in tho Bupreme interest of tho 'natio...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

3 THE ADVOCATE- WHAT WKUK TIMS I.HMUKST To the K.llUir of Tunc Advooatk. Hi u:-1 having been a m'uIII riniMlcun for twenty five yearn, and having been a volunteer soldier and lost my loft foot during the war. but having In itl.iiico been currying my grievance, and having hopclewily hoiwjd for butter ami more Just legislation toward tho loldler and the work In men In ftoneral, but havlnj looked with dls trunt to new organizations ami longed for better ment, I have Joined tlio Farmer' Alliance, with tho hope that our way may be opened for re form. You speak too much of the McKlnley bill betrsK the cause of the lute Kannas election. I differ with yon on that. The McKlnley bill wan not old enough and not known enough to have ranch to do with the farmer vote. I think there uretliouaiiditof farmer who voted a I did. They votod the alliance ticket itralght, becaime they felt they had to do omethlng to break the chain or aristocracy which they thenmelve had voted carelessly around their nec...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. but your oommittoo is not quit prepared to eiKlorse tho course of Urother Livingston in the C Jrjfia senatorial contest. That in the case of Urother Macune nothing han been found, after tho most ritri J invonUKtion to lessen our confidence in his personal integrity and loyalty to tho order; however, we regret his oftlci.il con section with the Georgia senatorial content. KLK.CTION OH" OPFICKKH. fi. L. Polk elected president. 11. II. Clovor electod vice preuident. J. II. Turner elected national Boeretary. Moved that we puna tho election of treasurer for the present, end wait until we have & report from the committee on conotltutlon. Curried. J. F. Willlta, of Kansas, elected lec turer. J. Fount. Tillman elected to fill va cancy of executive committee. E. A. Cole, of Michigan, elected mem iber of judiciary committee. Communication from the railroad giving route of tho tour of the state, read a.i information. The sincere thanks of thld Ixnly were tendered Brother Mann...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

Z-JITZ,-.JI U II, , It. ' ll. i II , l ' - Leadinq Importers ot mi Irdi), lowcot pnicco. 100 Vlsltlnf Cards Engraved Copperplate, $1.00. Our Illustrate Catalsgw, Th hanNomet vor lued In tho Watt, will glv you thouumd of ugxeitlont as to what will mult a nloa Aonlvorwry, Clrthday or Holi day pront. Writ us, and w will gladly send It to you nli 100 Visiting Cird$ From Piute, $1.00; Silver Plated Ware, Table Cutlery, Wedding and Engagement Rings. 815 M.ia Stret. El 1 r HEW YORK LIFE BLDG., KANSAS CITY, M0. The leading school of business sciences, embracing a 81) PKUIOIl WIHINKHS C3 OUIWK, a com pMe BHOIirHANl) and TYI'KWItlTINO OOUItSland a thorouK KMl VOTi7 w MAN, HI'ANISH-Mli()IIANI(!AL, AHCIUTKUTUKAI, and COMMERCIAL DI AWINO. Our BLOAN-DUI'LOYAN MIIOKTIIAND can be mastered In almoHt one third the Unto required to learn either the Pitman, Graham, Munson, Rcott-Hrown and other systems, and la better after it la learned. Huccessfully talent by mall. Klght experienced teachers and lectu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. IS FROM RAWLINS COUNTY. To the IMUor of Tun Advocate: I have (IcoMihI you ahall Imvo ft short report from our county If I am obliged to write It mynlf. Yon may be ntmurM thoro la aij much rejoicing among th alliance people of Rawlins county iu) in any part of the Btftte over tho tfreat victory won by the people of Kansas at the polla November 4th. We were poorly organized and did not contribute nsi much to this victory mi we otherwiae would. Thla county gave linker a majority of 131 over MoNall for Congrena. Here there were three county tickets In the field. The republicans elected three, the democrats two, and the alliance one. Our candidate for representative, J. II. liriney, a rlalnjf young man, was beaten only twenty-two votes. K. I). York was elected on an Ingnlla platform, but tho combined vota for the alliance and democratic candidaten for reproBuntA tlveflhowB that Rawlins county is anti InfjallJ by 770 aa against 439. If Mr. York keeps the promise he has no of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 December 1890

12 THE ADVOCATE. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATIONAL lTAICMffir-V ALLIANCE AMI INHUMTIUAI. UNION. Pml.?ont L. I Polk, WaiJilmrton, I. C. V Ice-rnuMcnt . . . . 15. II. ( 'lover, OwnbrMtfe, Kan. Mwretary J. 11. Turner, VVantilruton, I. 0. Lw.turer J. F. Wllllts, Mclouth, Kan. KANSAS FA KM KUS' ALLIANC23 AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President Frank Mod rath, Kelolt. Vice-President Mr I. F.K. Vlckery. Fniporta. Secretary J. H French, Topr.ka, Treasurer A. 0. Fastor, jiurlliwime Lecturer Van H. Prather, Olunibus. A!il.u.int lecturer H. M. Scott, McPheison. CITIZKN.S' ALLIANCK OF KANSAS. PrenMnnt 1). 0. Z.irehcr, Olathe, Kan. Vice president. .Ira I). KellopK, Columbus, Kan. Pic'y..V. F. Kltfhtirilre, Cottonwood Failu, Kan. Treasurer W. If. Porter, Oswpko, Kan. Lueiurer H. II. Snyder, KlnjrriHii, Kan. KrrtndlM CnmrnlUn.Wl dliitrlct, John Stod ?rd; 2nd district. It. H. Foy; 3d dliitrlct, . Ii:il; 4th dliitrlct, C. W. Manh, Chairman, Tv reka, Kansas: 6th district, A. Ienuione: Bth district, W. M. Taylor; ...

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