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OCTOBER 4, 1913
A Suggestion to Democrats of Every State
; ;;,. This is the Letter Sent to the Democrats of North Dakota . .. . :
WILLIAM COLLINS, Nat'l Committeeman IIALVOR HALVOItMAN, Vice Gl.m.
D. H. McAUTIIUIl, Chin. '-
FRANK nmreo, 21 VIoo Chm. . SAMUHI ydnanQN, Troaa.
V. W. AleMQAN. Sco.
D. IT. McARTHUR. Chairman
JOSEPH M. KELLY, Vice Chm.
F. W. McLEAN, Secretary
J. P. LAMB
GEO. W. WILKINSON
3D. C. CAMERON
P. E. BRYNE
W. E. BYERLY
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FARGO, N. D.;
Sepi. 23, '12
Dear Sir :...-.'.
The proposition made by the management of Bryan's Commoner to 'send that paper to the
, .voters from now until election for the sum of fifteen cents to each subscriber, is one of the
;best. that has come to our notice in this campaign. . IJ
";- ' This is a proposition that ought to be eagerly accented, by every democratic' organiza
tion in-' North Dakota. ,: -'ni
., . A good way is. to go out and. take subscriptions, and1 whenever you find a citizen whoso
u, Aer,i's m the ,cause, get him to paytefor six or a dozerivteubscriptions to his friends. You
.rt .wn.PJ1 lsp appropriate a small. sum .out of- your organization fund to supply Coranoners to those ..
, who '.can not 'be reached in any other way. ' '
We can. win North Dakota for democracy this time if we can only work up the proper
amount of enthusiasm.
.-, .fJ . ;,' ..If you have any democrats in your bunch that are suffering from sleepiness, -indifference
,, . .. Hor' inertia j get. .after them with1 a sharp stick" ?and chase th'em out after. Commoner subscriptions
t . ,, "Arid, t ell them iot to show their faces at headquarters until, they haveat least fify each.
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i Yours veryjt;itruly,
;.4V CARL NELSON,
-TjiiV. . DEMOCRATIC PRESS BUREAU.
N. B. J. B. Fried of Jamestown sent out 700 "copies of 'tHej'C.ommoner in Stutsman Countv.
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A rate ot 12 cent for single ubcrIptIoH (from aoyr until the catutpIR clone) will pomade to all democratic oreanlzatloBii ncudluts la cluli
ef 10 or mere to The Commoner.
BOOSTING THE COMMONER OIROUIiATION
J. Adamson, r'ilot Mound, la. Pind enclosed
list of 42 campaign subscribers to Tho Com
inoner and draft to pay for tho same. I have
been a reader of The Commoner from its first
issue and have always taken pleasure) in secur
ing now subscribers for tho papcr I, shall con
tinue to do so as long as the paper fights tho
people's battle. Mr. Bryan's work at the Balti
more convention is a crowning ev.ent in his
battle in the interest of common humanity. Long
life (o Tho Commoner.
" Jno. Mahon Chairman Democratic County
Committee, Oabalier Co., N. D. herewith find
chock for $31.00 to pay for tlio enclosed club of
Campaign subscribers. In this wo feel that we
doing v missionary work for th democratic
party. Please send The Commoner to each ad-
dress at once and then regularly each week, until
after tho election. Wo liope to increase this
.subscription . lit in all 'parts of the i county
J through the committeemen. Wo expect jto .carry
tho state for Wilson next November.
Dr. T. C ilartcr, Bloomsburg, Pa. Enclosed
find tho balance of a club of 125 campaign sub
scribers to The Commoner from old Columbia
county. I have good hopes that Pennsylvania
will go for Wilson, Taft will not bo in it.
J. M. Frame, Valdez, AJhsJui Herewith find
draft to pay for the enclosed club of 35 yearly
subscriptions tx Tlie Commoner.
Fred Denham I hand you herewith my check
for the enclosed club of subscribers, which in
cludes each committeeman from my ward hi
Chicago, If possible sead them a few numbers
of The Commoner con talari ag tho article analyz
ing the progressive party movement, itH platform
and candidates; deduction in tills article is ho
clear and precise and yet unbiased, recommend
ing all Jhat is good of tho now party and de
nouncing the unwholesome features of the same,
as I believe that it will be of educational value
with the democratic committeemen in their
daily talks with voters of the district.
Clyde Clovis, Secretary Democratic Organiza
tion of Xewis County, Idaho I hand you here
with names of 300 subscribers, who are voters
in Lewis county, Idaho, to whom send Tho Com
moner until the close of the campaign.
O. O. Dill, Secretary County Committee, Spo
kane, Wash. Enclosed find names of 83 cam
paign subscribers with draft to pay for tho
same. Other names will follow as rapidly as
we get then.
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