GOP Peppard

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GOP Peppard - es- Township Republican Convention. Convention....
es- Township Republican Convention. Convention. In response to the call, a goodly number of republicans met at the court house last Saturday, the differ- differ- T ',..,4- ',..,4- ,.e n, l ,t,. i or me convention beings tarmers. t rT , , . ed cnairnnn and i F. H. Roberts sec- sec- motion of O. R.Mr-Clel- R.Mr-Clel- R.Mr-Clel- R.Mr-Clel- h 3. : iau xiuiiiiLiaiiuid were niaue m rie- hislorler naTned in the election notice. leav-j leav-j 1 ;e get I to 90 at ol-lowing ol-lowing appointment. the at his ine i n u Tvt. :i,,i w u. ii. jjcatciLuii liuuiiiiatf u . A. Hamilton for trustee. Dr. Cooi- Cooi- er made some remarks about the high taxes and the bad roads'of this township, and thought it about time that' we were receiving greater benefits benefits for our money. Incomplete work and work on by-roads by-roads by-roads had been too much the rule in past years and we needed a change. He would name Samuel G. Peppard for trustee. trustee. Mr. Henderson said that by-roads by-roads by-roads had received too much attention; the settled policy ought to be to improve improve the leading road3 first, and not expend the money to make roads for cows to go to pasture on. He thought the methods pursued in working some of the roads showed a lack of sense. It looked as if a starting starting point had now been reached looking toward a change for the better. The question was asked if Mr. Hamilton would accept the position, but there was no one present to answer answer for him, and the ballot proceeded, proceeded, James W. Shrader and James t Peterson, Jr., acting as tellers. The vote resulted in Peppard receiving 17 and Hamilton 8, and Miv Peppard was declared the nominee. R. H. Deibert for clerk and J. W. Arnett for treasurer were nominated nominated by acclamation. W. C. Ball and B. P. Stanley were named for justices and, oh motion of Hon. Ed. Snyder, were declared the nominees of the convention. W. S. Vancleave and L. H. Butler Butler were nominated for constables by acclamation. C. B. McCIellan offered the following following resolution, which was adopt ed imanimonsiv: in tlie ' . i Jlcmiretl; That we are in favor of good roads and that the trustee should see to their improvement and The economical use of the township and to the

Clipped from The Oskaloosa Independent02 Feb 1884, SatPage 3

The Oskaloosa Independent (Oskaloosa, Kansas)02 Feb 1884, SatPage 3
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