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Kaler, John, 1866-1911
Kelley, Edmund L., 1844-1930
Supplement To The Saints' Herald, Lamoni, Iowa, October 7, 1914, Bishop's Annual Report, 1914 (PDF) Supplement To The Saints' Herald, Lamoni, Iowa, October 7, 1914, Bishop's Annual Report, 1914 (PDF)
Bishop's Annual Report of receipts and expenditures of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints from January 10, 1913, to January 10, 1914.
Kelley, Thomas C., 1857-1948
Kelley, William H., 1841-1915
A Defense Of Monogamic Marriage. By Wm. H. Kelley, Of The Reorganized Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints. Written In Reply to Race Suicide, Infanticide, Prolicide, Vs. Children, Letters To Messrs. Joseph Smith And Wm. H. Kelley, By A. Milton Musser, In Advocacy And Defense Of Polygamic Marriage As Practiced In Utah, 1904 (PDF) A Defense Of Monogamic Marriage. By Wm. H. Kelley, Of The Reorganized Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints. Written In Reply to Race Suicide, Infanticide, Prolicide, Vs. Children, Letters To Messrs. Joseph Smith And Wm. H. Kelley, By A. Milton Musser, In Advocacy And Defense Of Polygamic Marriage As Practiced In Utah, 1904 (PDF)
52 page pamphlet. Brother Kelley writes, "Recently there has appeared a Pamphlet written by one A. Milton Musser, of Salt Lake City, Utah, in advocacy and defense of polygamy, entitled, "Race Suicide, Infanticide1 Prolicide) Leprocide vs. Children. Letters to Messrs. Joseph Smith and Wm. H. Kelley, Aggressive Defensive, etc.," and concluding with a pompous, 'I challenge you to read this Brochure.' The excuse offered for issuing this pamphlet, assigned, was because of a telegram being sent to the Senate Committee in the Smoot case, by some one of the Reorganized Church, in which it was alleged that the 'Prophet Joseph Smith did not introduce the revelations on polygamy or practice it;' with a reference to the president of the Reorganized Church and Wm. H. Kelley as having made 'Unmerited charges against the good people of Utah in general, and this Protestant in particular.'"
Letter From W. H. Kelley [from Saints Herald volume 29, 1882] Letter From W. H. Kelley [from Saints Herald volume 29, 1882], 1882 (PDF)
includes an interview with David Whitmer on his testimony of the Book of Mormon see also Saints Herald
Kephart, W. H., ?-?
Knisley, Alvin 1873-1961
Miracles Modern Revelation Sustained [The Gospel Banner vol. 9 no. 1], 1902 (PDF) Miracles Modern Revelation Sustained [The Gospel Banner vol. 9 no. 1], 1902 (PDF)
see also The Gospel Banner
38 page pamphlet. "That Christ's principal object in performing miracles was not for unbelievers is evident from the fact that he always required faith on the part of the recipient of the cure. Further, the fact that he was so secretive about his miracles in trying to keep it from being spread abroad in many instances, affords strong evidence that they were designed only for believers or for his disciples."
Knowlton, Albert H., ?-?

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