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Despite rejecting Snell’s offer, Savidge received hundreds of letters expressing romantic interest in the wealthy rancher.
n 1904, The New York Times picked up an unusual story from Omaha.
A wealthy Nebraska rancher named James Snell had requested the help of Omaha pastor Charles W. In exchange, Snell offered to finance a matchmaking agency that would be run and owned by the Rev. According to the story, Savidge—a back-to-the-Bible revivalist and pastor of an independent holiness church—turned the offer down.
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