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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 2 September 1898

3 1 1 1 ! V to J i . .4j. ; Upon rich, pure, nourishing blood by tak ing IIocd' SarsapariJ la, and yea Trill be free frora these spel:3 of despair, those eleeplesa nighta and anxious days, those gloomy, deathliie feeJicgs, those radden etart3 at mere nothings, these dypptic symptoms and blinding headache. Hood'a Sarsaparilla has done this for many others it will cure you. . Mood's Sarsapsriila la America's Greatest Mediciae. fl; six for f3. Hood'8 PH23 cure Sick HetidacLe. 3c SWEET REVENGE. A Turkish Bth Aaalataot Gets Even witli tlie Jodge Who Sent Him Ip. The judge had never taken a Turkish Lath, but he was not feelinjr bis best that raorn izg, and it sud len'y occurred to him to test its vivifying eueets, so enthusiastically des canted upon by hi- your.z friends. It seemed to the jude that the rubber was terribly rough, but tearing U expose his in experience and subject himself to ridicule by objecting to the regular treatment, he pa tiently endured heir. punched, pummeied, slapp...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 9 September 1898

y- rV ? Y: N, ? c a a NO. 3. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1683. VOL. XIII. cocttty axt cttt offtcxax fxfttt, Oi'LI FAPEE I-CBLXSUED IK COCSTir. THE G. A. R. MEETING The Second Day of the Encampment a Banner Day. PARADE GIYE5 BY 5AYAL VETESA5S. Tne Contest for Commander-in-Chief Macli Complicated Col. Tom Anderson, of Topeka, Gettlnj 'Western Totes Ei-I'riioDen Elect OBctrt Cincinnati, Sept. 7. The second day of the thirty-second annual encamp ment of the G. A. IL, was a banner day a Star Spangled Banner day in every way. The weather was delight ful. The lator parade on Monday and the naval parade yesterday were both under clear skies and nature promises to smile on the old veterans in line to-day. As these veterans were marching in the naval parade yesterday it was noticed that most of thera are gray, many infirm and lame. There will not be many more of these annual parades and some of the veter ans favor discontinuing the annual demonstrations because they are get...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 9 September 1898

v'vviahU -i W UUli V t -s. W V OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. ,..,, i J. H. STEWART, TE-SliS O SUBSCRIPTION", i One year. H CO i if. ! Three mouths - Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis- connts EiTen on eitn.ie.l coutraet. VrytarA ti-.fl Vrxiti)l5! At G Oodland- RaD.. ' for transmission throngs themiiU. as second ! clas m&il matter. - I 1 PEOPLE'S PARTY TICK KT- Associate justice scprem" court S. II. Allen Oovemor J- V . Leedy i Lieutenant-governor A. M. nrvey j Secretary of state V . E. Bas-i : Trea.-Tirer I. H- Hefurv.wer ; Attorney general E. C. Boyle '. Auditor W. H. M-rnj I Cougresaian-et-lar;je J- L- botkia ( Congressman Sixth district. .N. B. ilct.ornucK i The Dreyfus affair iu Frauce shows ; how a government may be a republic j in 'name, an oligarchy iu fact and a i despotism in administration. Frnuc j i3 as mnch a military despotism to day as it was in the days of the first Npo- , leoa, the only difference being that of the Dumber iu power. President McKinley, to be on...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 9 September 1898

rr.uo:AL notes. :--;( i Mrs. Willis is quite sick. The city school will begin next iloa- "7" s jji j? jh.j . x jrx I I day. Call and see lZ . m OUR NEW LINE latches, locks, and pilverware. Silverware in single pieces and in sets knives, forks; sterling silver novelties. Rings in style and prices to suit all. FANCY CHINESE WARE. 3 Lamps of the latest patterns. . . . Complete line of . . . Spectacles j- find Eueolasses " In filled and solid gold frames. Your eyes tested free. . . Your repair work is solicit- ed and satisfaction assumed. Iker jr. has a new a mandolin accum- C. R. I. &. P. WATCH INSPECTOR. ! OPENING SALE To emphasize the opening of the new addition to our store, and to give yoa a correct acquaintance with the added stock, we are pleased to announce our opening sale, to occur on Saturday next. We have made everything ready for you; we have selected many splendid new ideas in reliable merchandise that will afford'you pleasure, and we have the prices that will prove of...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 9 September 1898

Ars the dinger signals of impure fc'oodL They ehow that the stream of Lie is ia bad condition, that health is in danger cf wreck Clear the course by taking Hood's Sarsa parilla end the blood will be made pure, com plexion fair and healthy, and life's journey pleasant and ouccessf al. J DariilQ Is America's Greatest Medicine, tl; six for S3. Sf ' Hood's PiilS cure indigestion, fciliouscess. THE MINISTER GOT 1IIXED. Aid Eang Several Chance on Scriptural Sentence Before lie Got It Right. ' The minister had reached the critical point in bis "missionary" sermon. He had fin ished his firstlies and secondlies, and with one Deat figure wuuld link them to an impas sioned appeal that would strike his congre gation's hearts, and make their rocki ilow like water. "If," be exclaimed, "it has truly been said that he who makes two giades of brass to grow where one " The puzzled look on thence of a deaf old member ia a front pew led him to pause and repeat: '"That he is a benefactor who makes two g...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 16 September 1898

VOL. XIII. corrrr Aim t itt c-mmi. pati. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1SC3. NO. 4. TALKING FINANCE. Leaders cf Two llonetary Stand ards Debating at Crnaba. 03. J. STERLI5G1I0HI05 PRESIDING Editor Horae White Argues That There Is Ample Geld to Do the BuIdmi of the World II. F. Ilartlne Argon for the Sliver Standard. Omaha, Neb., Sept. 14. One of the most distinguished gatherings of financial students and authorities that ever assembled opened a three days' session at the Nebraska building on the exposition grounds yesterday. Scarcely a well known name on either side of the great currency problem, which has been so long before the American people, but Is represented on the programme for a set paper or a part in the running debate. lion- J. Sterling Morten presided yesterday. Ilorace White, of New York; Edward Atkinson, Congressman Fowler, of New Jersey; Editor P. IL Robin son, of the Railway Age; Louis IL Ehrich, of Colorado Springs; Former Senator Carey, of Wyomin...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 16 September 1898

oblanb ttepublfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - Palliu8r. TER3I3 O SUESCEIPTION. Oa year SI 00 Six months SO Three months 5 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis count girm no extended contracts. Entered at the PoetotSce at Good land, Kan., for transmission through the malls, aa necond ei8 miii matter. PEOPLE'S PAETT TICKET.; Associate justice supreme court S. H. Alien Governor J. W. Leody Lieutenant-Governor V. M. Harvey Secretary of state W. E. Bath Treasurer D. H. Hefiebower Attorney general. L. C. Eoyle Auditor W. H. Morris CocjTessnian-at-large J- D. Botkin Congressman Sixth district.. N. B. MeConnick ST7PP2ES3ZD 2TE73. The New Time for September has an article on "Suppressed News," from which 13 taken tho abstract and clip pings following: Few men in public life enjoy the confidence of the president to such an extent as Senator Elkins of West Vir ginia. This is the same Elkins who woald have looked out on the world . through bars at the end of the Star Route ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 16 September 1898

WvXXWXX !( LOCAL AI urSEEAL LALL AND SEE j - OUR NEW LINE OF 2 - '.. 1 I. atches, Glocks, and Silverware. Silverware in single pieces and in sets knives, forks; sterling r- silver novelties. -Rings in style ' and prices to suit all. FANCY CHINESE WARE. Lamps of the latest patterns. . . . Complete line of . . . SD6GtaCl65 find Eyeglasses In filled and solid gold frames. Your eyes tested free. . . Your repair work is solicit ed and satisfaction assumed. C. R. I. &. P. WATCH INSPECTOR - OPENING 33 I SALE To emphasize the opening of the new addition to our store, and to give you a correct acquaintance with the added stock, we are pleased to announce our opening sale, to occur on Saturday next. We have made everything ready for you; we have selected many splendid new ideas in reliable merchandise that will afford you pleasure, and we have the prices that will prove of interest to careful buyers. New Cloaks and Capes. We show the newest styles in fashionable garments in the shapes and...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 16 September 1898

Tilnta the tl:xd of mll'loaa, and &o-er cr later iiJj break cut ia hip dt-se, ruz2:r.j ores or some more complicated fcrca. To cure scrofula or preveEt i ticrc'JfrhJy purify your blood -with Hood's Sar.aparilli, -which has & continually gTowiag record of Tronderful cures. n n n n - o H ! 3' 1 r" w W f w - uU w w'-4j ) pGrlllQ 13 America's Greatest Medicine. tl; six for S3. Hood's PSils cure laiJsesilon, tiUousEesi. THE OFFICIAL TIHE. It TTas Carried by the General and 11 ad to Be Rrcognlicd si Sack. The necessity that there shall be only one man -who "has the say" in a miiitarr com mand ia thoroughly recognized in the Cnited States army. A rtory is told of Gen. Shaf ter, commander of the American expedition ary force for the invasion of CnLa, -which il lustrates the punctilio of the regulars in this regard. At a certain frontier post at -which Shatter, rho then held an inferior rank, was com mander many years ago, a discussion arose eraong several officers as to the exact ti...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 23 September 1898

VOL. XIII. COTTSTT A3TD CTTT OTTTCXAI. TAYTrr OSL.X FAiHii, PUBIisHJEX i COO 1 2. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1893. NO. r i ae Monetary Problem. 3 BETTER TIUES AHEAD. A- - Southern Journal' Prediction Trie FrMperltr Will 'ot Com' Till Bimetallism I Restored. Some cf our esteemed gold standard contemporaries, says the Atlanta Con stitution, are laying- the flattering unction, to their souls that the Consti tution's prediction of better times for this winter is an indication of weak ness on oar part In the belief that prosperity, ia Its fullest measure, will :not be resttred until the currency is . reformed and rested on & basis of b'oth, gold and silver. The Troy (2. Y.) Times, for instance, in bidding- adieu to the calamity howl er, "whose occupation, it says, will be gojie witi the advent of better times, 2iys: -j-- ' '"The Constitution Is a shiaiug example of tills change of opinion. A. rabid advo - cate of free siiver, thi3 most prominent .southern newspap...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 23 September 1898

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. H. STEWACT, - Publisher. TERMS O .-L'F.SCRIPTION. One year : . Six cion tii Three month ' 25 Adrertisui rate reasonable and liberal ais eor.Dts tnTea oa extended eon tracts. Entered Et tie PostorEce at Goodland. Ran., for transn:iion thronjrn the mails, as ond cl?s mail matter. :() FLK'S PARTY TICKET.; Associate justice supreme court S. H. Allen GoTemor J. Leed' LieutenaEt-gtjreroor A. M. Harrey Secretary of state E. Eah Tr-asorf r D. H. HeSebower Attorney general L-C. Boyle Auditor W. H. Morris Conressman-at-large J. D. Botkin Congressman sixth district. -N. B. McCormick THE REPUBLICAN SPEAKING. ' Hon. Lacier Baker, United Stages senator for Kansas, and W. J. Bailej, republican candidate for congresscaan-at-large, spoke at t he court house on Wednesday eveniDg, to a small aud ience, among which were many ladies and about an equal number of voters of the opposite political parties. Senator Baker was the first speaker. He reverted to the glorious record of h...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 23 September 1898

UNVEILED. There's beaaty ia the plainest weed That bends and srars in yocder lea. There's beacty ia tba humblest deetl Disckteixg kra an-l charity. There's Looor, woadroaa Locor, won, More titan we know iadec-d. far more For every duty cotiy done. For every care aad trial borce. There's beauty ia the smallest star That gems the azure sky at tiht. There's beauty ia the lightest scar That teLU of battl- for the rigbt. There's beauty ia the sod? of bird That riever altogether dies. There's beauty in a siogia word - That helps t.e struglin soul to rise. New Orleans Times-Democrat- PEOPLE'S PARTY CONVENTION Ibe Call for Deicsate lunrr&tl i of tha I"e-ple Frtj of phermaa Couu : y Ka:aa. katordjj, i)c!ub-r lr, 1898. A delegate convention of tbe peo ple's party of Sherman county, Kan will be beld at Goodlaud, October 1, 1803, for the purpose of placing ia nomination the following county of ficers, to wit: County Attorney, Representative, Probate Judge, Clerk of-the District Court, and S...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 23 September 1898

-.a do net, yc-u should tale FrEa illi end it vrul Fcr7 your" blood, cire r boils ad keep your system free from the po.sons wtita canc ic-era. ite jrreai Liio-i ruriyirg power cf Iloci'i Sarsa-jr-irilla. is constantly being demonstrated by i.j many marvelous curt!. locd's Gnrsaparilla 13 America's Greatest Medicine V, ix for fo Hood's PUIS eTe Sick Headache S5c L. Siocld nave a Commission. Patient TVb.at, doctor, da you mean to lav you charre trie two do'Iari a visit Doctor Certainly; just the. same as I cr '-iiTre anyone else. Oh, bat yea ouht to make a reaction for me. Wnv. I ir.trodnced typhoid into the reizhborhoc-d;" Illustrated American. She Waited Healt&r Ham. "Mrs. Murry Give use tin cLats wcrt' rr tarn. Grocer Suzar-cured, madam? I want eome thot has niver tin de saxed." Judge. Suspicious. Nephew (to rich uncle, who fcas fallen down stair ) "I hope you are not hurt." Unc'e 'Oh, you do, do you? lea know rerv well that I must be either hurt cr dead." Cincinnati Enquirer. ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 September 1898

VOL. XIII. COl'JTt A5TJ CTTT OITICIJL FArTTTt. CilI Fii'S FCEI-Ijillr.D lis. COL'XX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1893. NO. SPAIN'S ARTFULNESS Bait to Draw Out the Views of tht American Commissioners. EUROPEAN 13IERFERE3CE KYIIED. The Spanish Fear. CoianiUaloaers Directed to itk. a Firm Sta.nd Regarding tb Cabu Debt nd ttie Philip pine Lota Washington, Sept. 23. The freedom with which the Spanish, minister for foreign affairs, the Duke Almodova-r del Ilio, has given publicity to the in structions to the Spanish peace com missioners as to the disposition of the Philippines has given rise to the sus picion among1 the officials here that there is behind it a deliberate purpose to draw out in advance the position of the American commissioners on this most important point. It is noted now that heretofore the Spanish, govern ment has waited upon the United States to make each of the steps to ward final peace before making a move oa their side, so that this sudden chang...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 September 1898

o&Ianbl'3emibUc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STETTAP.T, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One y.r .. SI CO 5-.x months .. E- Triree months 1!5 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis count (riven oa extended contracts. Entered at the PoetoSoe at Goodland. Kan., for rr&E. mission throujrh the mails, as second eia ins.il matter. PEOPLE'S PARTI TICKET. Associate justice supreme court S. IT. Allen trOTercor J.'YV. L.e.?iy Lieatenant-goTemor A. M. Harvey Secretary cf state V. E. bi.a Treasurer - Attorney general L- C. Boyle Auditor V. H. Moms Cocsressman-at-larire J- D. botkia Congressman Sixth district. .N. B. McCorniic Tfce people's prty- of Sherman coun ty will hold their convention at the court house in Goodland to-morrow, to nominate caudHates for representa tive, county attorney, clerk of the dist rict court, probate jnde, superintend ent public instruction, and commis sioner of the Second district (to fill v-icancy). Full delegations from the different precincts wil...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 September 1898

CRADLE Oor tLo till the new moon drifts, Tha pine to the sic y her daric form lifts, Doti in the creek tne ?baciow shifts. And the dove is sadly wailing-. Hushaby, baby, O hushaby ! Life will brinj? thee tear and sish; t-orrows coma and pleasures Ejr O hushaby, huahabj ! Away with doobt and away with fear ! X he star of day ia hearea rides clear, Mc nin? brings to the waitine ear The lark's gay soag a-traUic. Lcllaby. baby, O lullaby ! The day star faci-s who day ia nigh, Shadows and sorrows die, O luiiaby, lallaby ! L. A- Craigtan, in Overland Monthly. MP.. 3ICORMICK.'S SPEECIL Ilie ('oncr(mtn of the Sixth Ktnmi Dis trict Delirers a Mtrfai Addrmn- Congressman X. B. McCormick spoke at the court house in Goodland Saturday afternoon to a good audi ence. He was listened to with close attention for two hours and a half and all present seamed highly entertained. He praised Kansas and the intelli gence of Kansas people, and paid a high tribute to the intelligence and sobriety of the Kansa...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 September 1898

. r- f , And IIcKi'3 Sarsapa.ri'.!i Etates good tloo-i. Ttat is why it carta to oany diseases zzl makes eo many people feel better tiaji ever Itfcre. If yea don't fee! Tre'.I, are half sick, tired, rcra cut, yoa rsay te nads wtll by Z-iOod'o QarGcpnriila America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pi!!3 cte ail Llrer Ills, a cents. AIT AUTUIIN IDYL, Za .TThleli I Depicted Somewhat of the Sorrowfslneis of the L'i plrlBff Tear. A great waTt cf perspiration tad e-wept cp from the briny depths of the sea cf hu manity, and on it white-capped top the rnocth of August had taken passage to the shoreless realms of eternity. Tip-ti'.ted on the petals of the blooming melancholy days or r"ey and sons, Sep tember ia her golden g'cry stood, and from her harret finger end threw iipenicg kisses to the world. There was no eadnes in her ere, and in her voice was only the music of rich, ripe fruit falling to the ground. As she swept aloe? on the crimson tide of her leafy glory, a simple Oyster crossed her pat...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 October 1898

VOL. XIII. COC5TT ATO CTTT omCUt PAKE. OSLI F1PB fCBI.ISHKO X COC2TTX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1893. NO. 7. A NEW BATTLESHIP. Tte Launching cf the Illinois Suc cessfully Accomplished. mm LEITER CHRISTESS THE SHIP Tb Fair Sponsor Breaks a Bottle of Cham pagne OTtr the Teel and 20,000 People Send Up a Ch-cr De scription of the AY am hip- Newport News, Va., Oct. 5. Just be fore the tide from old ocean reached its crest at 12:35 yesterday, the Il linois, the mightiest new ship of Uncle Sam's fighting navy, planned into the historic James. As the steel monster trembled in her flight from earth to sea, Miss Nannie Leiter broke a bottle of sparkling champagne upon the ves sel's prow and pronounced the words that made it the godchild of the great western commonwealth and caused the 40,000 people assembled to send up a cheer that could be heard for miles. The governor of Illinois shook hands with the governor of Virginia, the newly floated ship rose proudly from her init...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 October 1898

Gooblanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEW AST, - - - Pnblisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Otia year Jl 00 Six month , - 60 Tbree month - 25 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis connu given on extended contracts. Entered at the PostofSce at Goodlaad. Kan.. for transmission tnrouya the mails, as second class mail matter. PEOPLE'S PAETY TICKET, Associate jus lice supreme eoart S. H. ALea Governor J- . Leedy Lieutenant-governor A. 5L. Harvey SUv-mf arr of state W . E. Bosh Treasurer D. H. Hefiebower Attorney jreneral L.C-Boyle Auditor , . H. iiorns Krat riTrfrintnilpnt nnblic instruction.... William Stryker Conressman-at-lar?e J- D. BotKin Congressman Sixth district.. N. B. McCormick Representative L- I- Gillespie l'lr!r r f rr.n rt F. E. leanck Probate jude E. A. Kent County attorney Hoyt Andrews County superintendent public instruction .. W.S.Coleman Second district (to All Tacancy) Alfred Dawson Commissioner Third district J. D. Stone OF TSC02CPETZ3X3. No one need go ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 October 1898

IlfllSIIIIIIIB. The People's Party County Convention Nominates a Good, Clean Ticket. The ConrenlioD a Large and Harmonious One Benolation Reaffirm Principles Adopted by Natiocal Conventions of the J artv. Representative L. D. Gillespie. Clerk district court F. E. Yearick. Superintendent V. S. Coleuiau. Probate judge -R. A. Kent. County aftornev Hovt An Jrew s. Commissioner Second district vacancy) Alfred Dar.-.-33. Commissioner Third district Stone. 211 1 -J. D. The people's party county conven tion convened at the court house in Goodland Saturday, October 3, at 11 o'clock a. m. John Garden wa chosen, temporary chairman and J. S. Taylor temporary secretary. The usual com mittees were chosen and the conven tion adjourned to 1:30 p. m. At the afternoon session of the con vention, being promptly called to order, the report of the various committees was heard and adopted. The tempo rary organization was made perma nent. During the withdrawal of the central committee for the purpose of o...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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