Yes, Byrd—dead four-and-a-half years now—was a kleagle in the Ku Klux Klan.
Until I had resigned as kleagle I had never been able to even see a copy of the constitution and laws.
The “kleagle” or field man makes his reports to the “King kleagle” only.
In reply to his telegram he was summarily dismissed as a kleagle by Mrs. Tyler herself.
I made inquiry of my King kleagle as to whether or not the Atlanta people were printing and distributing the “oath.”
That would be $5 out of the $10, of which $4 would go to the kleagle and $1 would go to the King kleagle.
By this time the candidate is supposed to be in a mood to fall, and the kleagle calls on him personally.