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A supplement sent out on March 1, 1910 by The Freethought Ideal in Ottawa, Kansas. It shows an illustration of Carrie Nation and her supporters, the Home Defenders, protesting the saloon business. Also shown is a commentary by Nation speaking out against whiskey, tobacco and profanity. On the reverse side of the newspaper is Rum vs. Superstition, a poem dedicated to Carrie Nation by the author, P. J. Cooley.

Creator: The Freethought Ideal
Date: March 01, 1901

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Item Number: 211531
Call Number: K Port. 178.5 F879
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 211531

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