Equal Suffrage meeting report:
Susan B. Anthony spoke at all sessions
Mrs. Johns, president of the state equal suffrage association
Miss A.G. Foster, Philadelphia, and Mrs. L.V. Watkins were speakers.
W.H. Peasley, Avoca
J.G. Porterfield returned from a visit east
J. W. Morris visited Junction City and Industry
John C. Ferriter returned from Indianapolis
C. E. Kroth, Avoca
Kitty Golder will spend the winter in Illinois
E.D. Rose sent a woman and a little boy to the penitentiary today.
George Linscott accompanied some friends to Boston
Effie Price returned home from a Colorado visit
A.J. Beamer, Netawaka
Mr. Bear, Horton Headlight editor
Henry Eby, south Franklin
Margaret Morrison, Petrolea, Ontario, Canada, visited her daughter, Mrs. J.W. Fleming
Mrs. J.B. Sympson, Circleville, returned from visit with daughter, Mrs. H.D. Benton, near Denver, CO.
Among those from Holton who were in Kansas City to view the presidential party and the Priest of Pallas parade were: Charles Hayden and wife and daughter; Dr. Dean and wife; J.H. Chrisman and wife; C.A. Walker and wife; G.F. King and wife; William A. Smyth and wife; Fred Hoover and wife; Charles Brandenburg and wife; J.L. Peck and wife; J.F. Taylor and wife; Mr. Green and wife; Mrs. John Kaul; Miss Minnie Miles; Miss Kitty Tucker; Miss Emma Bell; Mrs. M.A. Sargent; J.W. Fleming and wife; Moses Milam; W.W. Sargent; Moses Sarbach; J.B. Hall; William Struckman; Jason Dickey; Charles Stockman; Charles Hoover; R.M. Kennedy; and Louis Sarbach.
Source: Holton Weekly Signal, 19 October 1887, page 8
For more information contact the Jackson County Historical Society, Holton KS.