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The Integral Co-Operator from Enterprise, Kansas • 3

The Integral Co-Operator from Enterprise, Kansas • 3

Enterprise, Kansas
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a THE IKTfeGRAL co-okkATOK. permission. Practically therefore without a penny to start with, he cleared by buying and selling stocks in various properties before midsummer enough to pay off 3400,000 and the last day of the year he paid the re benefit eveiy trade union and laborers' organization irt the world. We need your aid and you need us for the good we can do to humanity by co-operative action. There is not one out of every thousand who may read this but would be benefitted by understanding Jour method of work.

Remember we do not dictate to you on party politics nor sectarian religion, but will improve, vnnr rnnditinn frnm thn mnmpnt von frill? f.omnrehend inaindcr. It was greatly to Mr. White's credit that he spared no diligence, shrewdness and foresight in his business to redeem his obligations, but two important points cs reaped comment by the press. If Mr. White had not lost the million dollars but had been able to make hrs corner in corn, the loss would have fallen on many Otners totally unable to rally under it.

Is a man euti Our system; It is a benevolent association and operated entirely in good deeds. Wo hope every good labor paper willcopy this and the friends of humanity will send us their address for further light on the only plan by which universal justice can be secured. Jflocliis Notes. The weather still continues very pleasant and the cross are growing finely. D.

M. Smith Co. have sold about $100 worth of tied to respect who seeks to financially wreck his fellow creatures, no matter how bravely he may bear the like taisfortAne when his heartless selhshuess has over reached itself? Does not business confidence need re generating when it is denied to the poor wretch who has stolen to keep himself from starvation ana ireeiy tendered to man who seeks to force the'price of one of the necessaries of life, regardless of the tens of tomatoes grown on about one-twelfth of an acre. Sales were made at five cents per pound, cash or Improve-' blent Fund scrip. The arrival of the party, which was to have started thousands in the very shadow of Wall fetreetwho would have the bread taken from their mouths by auch transaction? last evening from Enterprise, is awaited with much in Again, these speculations which brought such a fa- tin ur TT terest.

The report that Mr. Hoffman may not come not pleasing as his presence here is especially needed or a ble result to Mr. vvnite were in we tern union and Manhattan stock, in sugar and in cordage. If his failure tn arrive will n.aiiKf He has done much for the colony, has carried lli through a crisis and been instrumental in getting things in such shape that success is fairly within our reach.

No man earned the respect, the trust, the gratitude of the colonists than G. Hoffman. M. C. Chase has harvested his wheat (about five acresl and estimates a yield of from fifteen to twenty bushels' per acre.

His wheat was sown rather late and suffered at one time for want of waterj considering which he yield was very satisfactory. r.r -v Cipn. and Sam Sf.allv foavfl -G-iVmV trv.ThA there are 6uch enormous profits to be cleared out of the two former, the sooner they are owned by nation and ftiunicipalityv the better for the myriads who daily use them at tne extortionate price needed to create such profits. If they are cleared out of the manipulation of such necessaries as the two latter, then it is a very strong argument for so adjusting our industrial system that such monopolies shall be impossible. No man can legitimately and without wholesale harm to his fellows make a million dollais in one year and the fact that this has been done in 1892 and 'hat the business world lias clapped its hands and said "Bravo," indicates the gravity of our situation and the real merits of the conflict between labor and capital.

i i The labor fixcliiange at Work. (E, Z. Ernest in Lucifer.) In Kansas City forty seven of the various trade unions vhose industrial council had for more than a year past been conducting an industrial bureau and library seso-: with remarkable success, have of late investigated some ot the propositions of the Labor Exchange, and selecting the proper committees from the Various trades unions and Farmers' Alliance, the two with a load of potatoes for Charlie Lockwood. They, ope to realize not less than five -cents per pound. The brick for Mr.

Duintjer's house are being made and the walls will soon rise. Seuor 'Alberto Armienta Vega; representing Don Martin Vega, colonial inspector, made the Mochis stf-' visit a few days ago and expressed himself well pleased with the progress being made. Dr. Bumstead is thinking seriously of building brick house. Indian labor at 37 cents per day is being extensively used in making improvements on the MocHis, espec- lollw in iloorinrr Innrl- School began last Monday witli Dr.

Schellhous as representative bodies held several general meeting for investigation and instruction on the new proposition which resulted in merging the industrial bureau and library association and the working members of tbe Interstate Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union into the Labor Exchange, branch No. 1. The Labor Exchange system, is the most complete any intelligent laboringman will soon find this assertion beyond dispute if proper investigation is made. We advise all labor organizations to use all possible fepeed in learning the merits of this fraternal organization at once. We have no opposition whatever to any labor organizations, in fact we need the various unions to take care tf their special line of work.

If the laboring man creates the wealth, why on earth don't he also do a little reasoning aud make use of some of his own product? "We- see no reason why the Labor Exchange should not teacher and a good attendance. A seventy-pound bell-, secured by Rudolph Kobitzsch calls the children td' their studies; The arrival of Mr. Flurscheim is awaited with eagerness and we are all hoping that he may be pleased with the country and decide to take- hold with us to make it' what it should be a land of happy honies and of bet- ter social conditions thati prevail anywhere else on earth. Ci J. L.

Mocms, May 4, 1893. Remember that we mil send you any book publistfc postpaid at publishers prices;.

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