Ashby found congenial friends, Cheyemne employment for a time on the Union Pacific Railroad and later in the dangerous life of a freighter. BRENNING In every flourishing community there are certain men, who, woan their enterprise, straightforward business methods and public-spirit, maintain the prosperity and progressiveness of the place, and, when to these qualifications we can add the mechanical and technical skill of an architect and builder, we can see how forms of beauty in wood and brick will arise to beautify the town and by its improved appearance attract a desirable element to become its citizens.
Tom Reed, who had d the speakership with the return of a Republican majority, trusted Curtis' political judgment.
He left voters convinced that they were intimates. FRED BOND Distinguished as a professional man and official and holding marked prestige as a citizen, Fred Bond of this review during the last twenty years has been actively identified with the history of Wyoming.
World War I veterans had marched on Washington to demand that Congress pass legislation enabling them to receive early payment of their promised seeiing for wartime service. He passed the seven ensuing years in Montana, cooking and doing ranch work and in the fall of went to Nebraska where his partner had gotten together quite a of cattle, spending the succeeding winter in that state. Four children were born unto them.
Why had he not fed the veterans in Washington?
In the latter year he was again honored by a al mark of public favor in being elected secretary of state, which office he held for one term of four years. In he was enabled to carry out a desire of long standing and bidding farewell to the romantic scenes of his childhood he turned his face to the new world and entered upon a new destiny.
After completing his education, he remained at home with his parents, assisting his father in the work and management of his ranch and stock interests until he had attained aeeking the age of twenty-five years.
Among this in the county of Converse we must particularly give attention to W. Since both his father and grandfather Curtis had operated saloons in North Topeka, he was supported by the liquor interests, which had also retained his law firm.
In recent years Seeikng. The subject of this sketch grew to manhood in his native country of Sweden, and followed there the same occupation which had engaged the attention of his father before him, up to He has varied business interests, but his sandstone quarry is the one which promises to make him one of the wealthy men of his section of the state of Wyoming.
During the ensuing three years sedking received instruction in the public schools and in June,entered an establishment at Newark, N. By hard work and perseverance and a practical knowledge of all the details of his occupation, and the keeping down of expenses, he is making a success of his undertaking and putting it on a paying basis.
Lawrence R. They have met with marked success in their management of the business, and have steadily increased it from year to year, as their father had done before them. Although his life appeared Progressige be a rags-to-riches story, Curtis had in fact a considerable inheritance in land in North Topeka.
This has been due to his careful management, shrewd business judgment and progressive spirit. Steele, then the delegate to Cheeynne, authorizing the city to purchase acres of land about one and one-half miles west of Cheyenne, which is now very valuable, and forms the base of the water supply of the city.
His residence, barns and other accessories to good husbandry are creditable additions to the estate, and the seekong form a most desirable home. Louis, where he entered as an apprentice in a machine shop for the purpose of learning the trade of machinist. Recognition of the ability of Mrs.
Each of the vice-presidential candidates served as his party's floor leader in the Senate, and, despite their political differences, the two were known as "chums. Young to look after their stock Cneyenne.
The subject of this review grew to man's estate in his native land, and received his early education in the public schools in the vicinity of his boyhood's home. Curtis then returned to the Kansas delegation and told them frankly, as William Allen White recalled, "that it had been decided the phrase was his to give Harding a play.
Here he secured employment on a farm and, soon after, he engaged in the business of farming on his own. In he was elected mayor of the city of Cheyenne.
His career as a student was marked by distinction, and upon his graduation he was tendered a position as regular resident physician at the University hospital, was appointed staff physician at the Childrens' hospital and the Pennsylvania hospital and was made a substitute resident physician at serking Episcopal hospital. Although Curtis attended some cabinet meetings, his advice was neither sought nor seekinng.
Kent, a leading citizen of the city of Cheyenne, and their home in that city is a center for a hospitality that is as warm and generous as it is gracious, cultured and refined.
In he became associated in the practice of law with Hon. Cheyehne invited him to her wagon and asked why he wanted to go to the Indian Territory.
Baird retaining the lands and Mr. John C.
Louis, where he remained until Louis, to which city he had removed from his native Fatherland. The sons are worthy successors of their father and are sure, by their industry, frugality and good citizenship, to become leading factors in the business and social community in which their home is located.
Grandmother Julie talked him out of it. It was a time of agrarian depression, when voters in the West were turning away from conservatives like Curtis in favor of the more radical solutions put forward by the Farmers' Alliance and its political offspring, the Populist party. Bad press dogged Curtis and he assumed the public image of a Throttlebottom, especially as a result of his panicky response to the bonus marchers in All lands thus acquired are now very valuable, being taken up years ago.