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As was briefly stated last week, the Farmers' Union has been consolidated with The Spirit of Kansas and our paid up subscribers will receive the latter in place of the former for the full term of their subscriptions. The Patrons' Department will be conducted by myself and will contain a complete summary of the condition of the Order in this and other states from week to week, and will be made the organ of that association....An agricultural department will also be added to the paper, making it one of the most desirable publications in the West....Another reason why I have sought this change is that my time is so fully taken up in the opening of Granges, and will be for the next year, that it became practically impossible to attend to the minutia of running a paper. Now I am free to take the field, from which I hope to report abundant success in the cause of reform. - J. A. Cramer.
The Spirit of Kansas. Published every Saturday by Ross & Stevens. (advertisement)
W. S. Blakely, one of the original proprietors of the Junction City Union,...has been appointed postmaster of Junction City.