Agitated either by fear of "overconfidence" or by a great and visible insurgence of Smith strength, the G. 0. P. sent speakers hither, thither and yon.

Nominee Curtis stumped on and on through the Midwest, reciting about the Tariff and Prosperity, Prosperity and the Tariff, the Tariff and Prosperity. He "received a challenge from Farmer A. J. Livingston of Spencer, Iowa, to debate issues at Des Moines, where he was scheduled to speak on Nov. 1. Farmer Livingston was the man who heckled Nominee Curtis during his...

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