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About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1908)
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CHARLES W. BRYAN, PUBLISHER
VOL. 8, NO. 29
Lincoln, Nebraska, July 31, 1908
Whole Number 393
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From tho Omaha World-Herald.
TWENTY-SEVEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DOLLARS
IN LESS THAN TWO HO URSAND FR OM THE PEOPLE
Guthrie, Oklahoma, July 25. The Commoner, Lincoln, Nebraska: Notice of my appointment as treasurer of
Democratic national committee received at eight o'clock tonight. In less than two hours, without solicitation, I have
received from sixty-two local people a total of $2,7 80, in sums ranging from one hundred dollars down to one dollar;
and not one cent from special interests nor none expecting special privileges, but every dollar from a patriot asking no
retwn but honest government. Oklahoma people prefer to pay their own campaign expenses rather than have our
party humiliated by obligations to special interests.
C. N. HASKELL.
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