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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 January 1911

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISH K!> J'.VERY THURSDAY. Ho?eo?co?toito?to9|onor.o??o?to?tono o We Make all the Candy ? o we Sell, consequently, ? o we Sell all the Candy ? o we Make. ? o In buying from the makers, * you get it Cheapest and ? * Freshest. ? tf We have not spared time, tal- c me pnt. or innnov in ni-uiiuplinK ? ? J " UIVU O ? . of our * I FANCY PACKAGES f | ? f Call and inspect anil your good 'J o taste will not allow you to ? o go away empty-handed. .<* ? PAUL STAMl'S CO. 5 O NALKX, VA, if J otootoofeoMofeofeoMofcottoMoatofeoti i ELECTRIC LIGHTS AVE YOUR ELECTUICAL WORK DONE BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem 'Phone 035?Roanoke Consumers Coal and Snnnlv C.onrmn.nv 1 r"J ?v lOtli ?V Tcnii^>NN<><> NIn., upiirtilnNN I'lnnl PHONE NO. lt?H POCAHONTAS fl fl 4 T IM RED ASH AND U . VA. ANTHRACITE C U 1L U LIME AND CEMENT. Salem Foundry and Ma...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 January 1911

t? For Oil ) THE LIFE OF A HORSE Surely the humane cause is greatly aided by the powerful championship of the local press. After reviewing the splendid career of a celebrated horse that had just died, the editor of the Kvatisville. Wis., Review, inns i'iuui;i/,v!s tin* m mc ri(,,:l11" ra *o: In 1 Ik* humbler walks and trots of horse life what \lo we find? Nobility, courage and faithfulness tfe the end. What an. Immense amount of labor is peril sued by this best of man's friends?the horse, murmur, complaint, ami sometimes, shall we say oft (?). without much eonshier it ion from his owner. How trustworthy is the horse; how absolutely he may be depended upon to perform a given task, and with what intelligence does he go about it! This animal on whom we so confidently depend, to transport our goods, draw our heavy wagons. contribute to the comforts and pleasures of our leisure hours, carry our mail, rush at terrific speed through our crowded streets, to save life and property, guided by...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 January 1911

for Out < VIRGINIA'S ORCHARD WEALTH. >f The rapid and wonderful growth of Virginia's apple-growing industry lh to some extent indicated by statistics recently \ collected aw to the county of i Augusta alone. These figures 'are on shipments of apples for market, and collected from railway agents at various shipping points in the county. They show that orchardists of this one county shipped during the 1910 season 1,334 car-loads of apples or 1248,170 barrels, the estimated ^ value of the fruit Ibcing about $000,000. Secretary \\\ A. Me C'oinb, of the Augusta County Fruit Growers' Association* compiled the figures and gave the publicity, i In this connection Mr. Walter Whately, of Crozet, secretary of j the Virginia Horticultural Soci- i ety, estimated the entire crop I of the State for 1910 at 570,000 barrels. The entire apple crop ill Virginia two years ago was estimated at 345,905 barrels thus showing a large increase j since 1908. If the figures for Augusta co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 January 1911

r g HAPPENINGS IN AND! AROUND THE STATE Clifton Korjre.? \t a loenl option election held here the drys xvon by a majority of 184. The town lias been without saloons some time. The towns of Houston an ! South lloston also voted to remain without saloons. Kichmond?The permanent endowment fun I oT the Virginia tori-al Society during the past year exceeded $10,000. This is the announcement of Vdioiial W. Gordon MrCabe. The iety lias now 749 members actively interested in the work. . * ? Buona Vista. Va.?Pi.ro in the business section did damage to the extent of $15,000 insurance ! of about $12,000 was covered by I the losses. Brown Brothers* general store was tlie heaviest i loss, it being $8,000, with half that amount insurance. # * ? JLytichburg, Va.. Jan. 2.?The Craddoek-Tcrry Shoe Company has acquired possession of the* Goroge D. Witt Shoe Company, and will continue to operate the establishment under the old name. To accomplish the consolidation. the Craddoek-Terry Company increased ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 January 1911

? i, ?-? ??? ? ?f??? ??-? ?-?1 "w ?'? w "' ' '"~ "" * " ' w j.-*"' *?n r- "** ^wM,a^?&?v^i^^u,,rice-! ^2^'V%' J <g^/%%'%' './jj ^/%%%/ 00 "<3^ i^-ilf CUT PRIGES I Nuts i^cH'% ! !!' JH>* t-% 5^ *** j35^.VJkJv "T^~:~~ ] Th? lliirircdt Stock and llest Assortment f ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ r ^ ^ '^r \? ^ r ^ ~ S^W ni,;M-??'? I . r> > ii I ^ Lnilaren s Long Coats, all 1 CyilllCtV <1*1 ID5 ' Furs and M en's Overcoats i Chocolates, Darby's Assorted Chocolates30o y^UfcV ^/y ^ # J^n?^ P?u* All Men 8 1 I ,,or&xJssfiir.ai,oi!,i?.3??yl" ?7 . If # , W and B?y "bu,t? red"ced a I Fruit 5;ake (SlonsolibaLb g* 33 i t 33 ? L 16, 1903 These Goods MUST GO jl I Johnston, Day & Terry Co. 'y # /% /y Johnston, Day I Terrv Co. I I 'PFIONK 24 1 S M i 1 ??? ? ???????? ?? ? ? ??,???^?? ????? ?AKUI,tt* r?r w< k. UoUKlas and Hilt rite Shoos; : f VOLUME 45. / SALEM, V111GINIA, THURSDAY, f ANUAIIY~ 1 ^"TOTL NUMB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 January 1911

[ BKnTTH I APPLE CULTURE. llj S. XV. Fletcher, Director of j D Tlie Vir^'inirt Agricultural I Experiment Station. The most famous apple region In the country today is the Hood River Valley, of Oregon. We can 8?y this without any disparagement of tiie great apple regions of Virginia and other states. 1 Tood River Apples are more widely known today than the apples of any other district or state, and Hood River prices? : over $8.C)() per bushel box last season?while attained by a few of the best growers elsewhere, are rarely reached by all the growers of an entire "region. I This enviable notoriety and I j r 1 ? i i ; . .. .j,,,, ; Li m "est." i lit nunnn jjihx-n, ?ii?- <mi< more to first-class advertising, and to organization, than to any superior 'naiturnl advantage of soil and climate. However, that ! may Ik. the fact remains that the ITood "River growers are j shipping apples three thousand ! miles across the continent and I selling them in Virginia cities at ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 January 1911

I ' \ W.CT. II COLUMN Ct'l'K'KKS OF N4LEM W.(\T.1I. |"resl(leiit?Mre. Mliuah Hobbs Day. Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. E. Shank, "ocordlnit Secretary?Mrs. I*. II. Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy (Iravely Stevens. Vice-Presidents?Mrs. elms. Price, Mrs. Geo. Moyer, Mrs. ,l. K. Shank, Mrs. Lucy ltiibl. and Mrs. II. T. Semones. Sii|>erluten?lentH of Department*. Almshouse and Evangelism -Mrs. C. K.Oben literature?Mrs. C. W. Price. Medal t'ontests?Mrs. Clins. Corbltt. Florence Crit.tenton Home and Purity?Mrs. ' V' F.. U. Moore. B Press?Mrs. M. II. Da v. Sunday School Work?Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (loo. Moyer. Social Meetinirs and lted liOtter Days?Miss Mayptlo Whltesell. Flower Mission?Mrs. Ohas. Wilson. Medical Temporatieo?Mrs. .1. R. Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. Mothers' Meotlnnrs?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unfermented Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. [The Times-Register and Sentinel, at their request, has placed a column at. the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 January 1911

l|w? ?*? wm* i i i ii?i j I Jtoltm luucs-^e^i b puhl.1pbbd kvkhy thuksl I Salem Printings Pub by f. li. waijtkks, kiutok a K Subscripts UUP U'lir, . . . , , Nine Moutlis Six Mouth*, . . Three Mouths, .... PHONE Col Henry Watterson says that "it is hard to lose the savings of a lifetime." Which leads one to ; believe that "Ma rse Henry" has never monkeyed around Wall street. A woman in Adams county, Ohio, says that political conditions there had become so bad ' that many women would not let their husbands vote." And yet in some places women are clamoring for another vote. "A Trenton dispatch states that a number of geese were given whiskey in a saloon New Year's night and became intoxicated " That's nothing unusual. nor ds it confine*! to any one city.?News Leader. In the hands of a competent tailor the wife's cast-off hobble skirt could be easily and economically transformed into a pair of trousers for ' hubby," says an exchange. That is, if "liubby" happened to be a one-legged 11 a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 January 1911

^PP^ppHMRPPpnawtr*-' 11 "JP1 r / ? , Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED KVBRY THURSDAY. ttoaeo*oatov>or.o9i:)?eor?o??oi*o??o?eo ? X . f o We Make all tlie Candy ? | <* o we Sell, consequently, ? o we Sell all the Catidy ? o we Make. j,| o In buying from the makers, 51 t o you get it Cheapest and ? * Freshest. ? K We have not spared time, tal- c o i jt X ent or money in prepartion o g. of our -J ;f I FANCY v PACKAGES 5 o ? ft x Call and inspect and your good ** g taste will not allow you to . o go away empty-handed. s ? PAUL STAMUS CO. o! ? s\i.iow. va, : If K o o*o;?ofcofeoito)io;aoi?o)to*o*ofeo)a ELECTRIC LIGHTS $> AYE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK DONE BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem 'Phone 635?ltoanoke Consumers'! Coal and \ ? Supply Company ^B 10th A Tennessee NIn.. nfiir UIiinn IManl M I'llONK NO. I?K A POCAHONTAS nn I T ^B RED ASH AND I . 11 \ I . VA. ANTHRACITE U U il U LIME AND CEMENT. . S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 January 1911

? f h I For Our ' JANUARY POULTRY WORK. 1 Tli - <' tn-i ii I for ojs.iss for liatehiiiL*; starts tills- month ami if yo\i . export to soil pkkk for the hatching your pons shouUl bo muted ntonee. It is host to have fowls inatixi ai lrasi umi uays acinic s sending out eggs. Do not use any birds in the breeding pens . that aiM not well devcl >ped and . . '.gorOUS # # ? 1 If you are breeding for inereased egg production it is especially important to select ou'y health.s. vigorous stock. Heavy laying and the feeding necessary for heavy laying are a drain oil the J vitality of the hen and un'ess i she Is strong to start with she 'y. a t apt to be a good breeder, i * ? Urns that are to produce mar, ket eggs can only be confined in small quarters and fed heavy 1 rations with good prospects of ' success for a season. * * The breeding stock should have plenty of room both in the house and vuivi and sliould not be fed too heavily or oil too stimulating rations, if the bes...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 January 1911

[ I k ^ [ For Out <9, POULTRY GROWING IN THE SOUTH j ;( Letter from J. ^Yallnce Knelling i !to F. H. LnHnuriKS oftlio N. <V W. Ky. f t <i i Am mueti hn? Tin'ih u?i<l written from a theoretical standpoints bout poultry raising in the South, L will give .vou herein my personal experience P . and observation of seventeen years of poultry raising in central and eastern Virginia. \ Harking back to 1903 when 1 began the raising of poultry. In this particular industry in Virginia at that time, one had had to hew his way as did the nio neers of the West. There were 110 beaten paths and open roadways for the poultry ma n then. In faet, the man who essayed to raise poultry was ea'led "the old woman," and was looked upon by the corner grocer and his clerks as a trespasser upon woman's hereditary and exclusive right. Then, there was not the information so readily obtainable as at present, one had to work out his salvation by practice and close observa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 January 1911

ru \mm I ?m I , HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE STAIE Washinjrto n? Tlu* 'parlor" niai r\\. ^onf.'naxuly us. il in tlie Unlt/i! States, is t-? In4 "prohibited in tin; future if a bill intro; J .n.Si U I>t* r inriDiiKinpninnr I Jims been made that a modern. rire proof hotel with lot) rooms air! m hundred. bath rooms costing $.'HK),0l)0 will br built 1 Jii>> vcar 011 1 lie site of the Arlington hotel on Church street. lTu<ler direction of the Chamber of Commerce .ill but $ys,()(H) of tlie capital necessary has been subscribed. . > * * * K<oajto.kb?Jmlge fVifcplen in the corporatlon court has ovrrrul 1 a motion for a new trail in the ease of Jessie convicted for the murder of Davis Franklin Marshall. The twelve year .sentence was passed on Jessie, t but the judge granted a stay of sixty days in o in lor that an ap .peal might be taken to the supreme court. * # # du . ed by Representative Mann of Illinois heroines law. The b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 January 1911

t Oranges Sweet and Juicy all Sizes at your own price :5k-, 25o, 35e. 400,50c per dozen. Nuts The Hiirvcst stock and Host Assortment Cantly ChocolaU'9, Diii lty's Assorted Chocolates 30< per ll>. Loose Candy and Candy In Hoxes?all kinds of Candy. Fruit Cake 20c and 25c per pound. Inlinotnn How Jft Torru Pa ^ vP Sctlrttt SitttCG Rfdstrr "H1R1D* 4^" X T (Stonsolibaleb (^j|^|? trnti UTouember 16, 1903 $ SALEM, VIRGINIA, TilURSI)AY, JANUARY 19, 191 t. H| U'Jlil 10U/U, LfUJ CL I L1 i y uu. 'PHONE 24 I VOLUME 45. I TARIFF REVISION TO BT THE TEST This Was the Burden of the Speeches at the Democratic Meeting in Baltimore. Baltimore, Jan. 17.?The gaunt specter of the tariff with all the vicissitudes it brings from without and within a political party, stalked bo'-'dly throujafli the .Jackson Day gathering of the Democrats in this city today. It made its presence felt at the mass meeting at the Lyric in the afternoon ami it would not down at the bountiful feast which was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 January 1911

, THE PENSION ! I LIST GROWS More Pension Money For Men Who Never Fought. r The passage by the House or Representatives of House bill No. liO.JhU), which if finally enacted into law will put] an additional liuiilon of $ lo.000.000 a year up- I on the people of the United i States, is the most reckless and ; ! scandalous act of thei House since the salary grab' bid of 1S70. It will bring tlie annual pension bill up to more than $200,000,(MM), which is the cost of maintaining the (Jcrnuin Army, and the Herman Army is the largest and most powerful military establishment h) thei world. The cost ?>f pensions to the United States will exceed by [ $40,000,000 a year the cost of the greatest navy in the world - that of Great Hritain. To vote away this great sum at a time when the receipts of the Government are loss than the expenses, when the President' is urging economy and when Congress is putting new taxes upon the people and seeking to put more, should arouse the indigna[ tio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 January 1911

W. C. T .U. COLUMN OI FI<!KKN OF SALKH W. . T. IT. ^resident?Mrs. Mtmah Mobits Day. Correspond In ir Secretary?Mrs. J. K. Shank. Hocordlnjr Secretary?Mrs. P. It. Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. I.uey Gravely Stevens. vice-Presidents?Mts. chas. Price, Mrs. Geo. Moyer, Mrs. .1. K. Shank, Mrs l.ury Itulil, T. Semones. fKiiporiHl^iKli'niN of Depart mcaitM. Almshouse anil BvanKollsm?Mrs. O. E.Obenshain. literature?Mrs. C. w. Price. Medal Contests -Mrs. Ctias. Corbltt. Florence Crlt.t.enton Home and Purity?Mrs. K. It. Moore. Press?Mrs. M. 11. Dav. Sunday School Work?Mrs. Geo. Stevens. Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Geo. Moyer. social Meetlmrs and Ked better Days?Miss Macule Wliltesell. /Flower Mission?Mrs. ('has. Wilson. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Sclentltlc Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. . Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unferniented Sacramontal Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. _ . [The ThneB-lte?ri8ter and Sentinel, at their request, has placed a column at the disposal ,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 January 1911

HT. - ? * L$i\\m limes-llci PUBLISHKD KVRKY TilL'lt Salem Printings Pui K F. B. Wai.tkks, Kiutoh k Subscripl Out* ..... "Nine Months, . Six Months, ..... Three Mont lis, .... PHON Tito Sultan of Su'u says his trip through the United States i cost loss than ho had expected. Evidently the Pullman porters <ii i not got a chance at him. Wo notice recently a Kentucky horticulturist boasting of having made $G00. off of an acre of Iplum trees. > That looks mighty small by the side of what u politician "sometimes makes off of a single n'um tree in Wash ington. IT the Stale succeeds in collecting from the Richmond, Fredericksburg ami Potomac Railroad the sum of over $-00,000 elaimf cd to be -due for back tax and interest, it ought to go a long ways toward relieving that1 de[ licit of which the papers wore saying so much recently. Some people not a. thousand \ miles from here will be surprised to learn that Irtusk, in Siberia, is 'the wickedest city in the world.? Norfol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 January 1911

Times-Register and Sentinel. I'UDLI8!IKD KVGUY TH I'Its DAY. *o*os?o?tojeo??o6f?-)nonor.o??otr.oe^o o We Make all the Candy jj jj^ o we Sell, consequently, ? o we Sell all the Candy 2 g we Make. ? o In guying from the makers, ft o you get it Cheapest and % * Freshest. If We have not spared time, tal- c ^^H V enfc or money in prepartion ? HI WM l FANCY PACKAGES I H I 1 ^ B k Call and inspect ar. 1 your good * o taste will not allow you to X o go away empty-handed. a W ? PAUL ST AM US CO. ? o NAIJSJf, VA, ; V IELBCTRRT LIGHTS AVE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK DONE BY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E, WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem 'Phone 635?Roanoke Consumers Coal and ^[Supply Company ^ Kiili A 'J'i'iiii> ss?'<> si*... tienr (.lass I'I mil H no. U?H ; ? B POCAHONTAS PI fl A T RED ASH AND j.11 A I . B VA. ANTHRACITE V U ll JU M LIME AND CEMENT. W Salem Foundry and I' MachineWorks Manufacturers of Flour & Corn Mill Machinery Woo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 January 1911

< w' | | f For Our CUHTKItVS STOKIi ITEMS. K Mat* thinks she is entitled to be o\ used lor railing to write ! K Tor 'two weeks, as she has a ; B felon on her thumb ami has hern B busy i iking eaiv of it. B Mr. Ioliti 1'eters who has been visiting relatives here for some tin) *. has returned to his home in Summers county, \V. Va. H Mrs. W. T. Lawson, who has been quite ill for a week, seems || to the somewhat better at this I*. nn\, Mrs. )osic Hal! and Mrs. Viola lveffor spent :i couple of days last week visiting friends at Dry lvUll. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Crea^v. of Dry Hull, visited at Mr. Mason Keffer's Monday and Tuesday. Theodore. the little six- year old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Du me wood had the luisfortuao to fall down thr* stairs early Monday morning, lie was badl.v bruised about the head, but It is nov> thought that his injuries are not serious, lie is attended by Dr. Sibold. Mr. Geo. Craft who has been si.k for a long time is reported to be somewhat b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 January 1911

\ I V ^ si nnuiniA id ah APPLE PARADISE <$ %> ' ' ( w< v |N - ' More Car? Needed in Grading And Packing Sajs Expert, . " ' ' ? , I " Among those who were in Roanoke during Farmers' Week was V' Professor II. E. Van Deman, of Washington, D. C. Mr. Van Deman is an expert judge of apples. lie is recognized as perhaps the leading authority on apples in America and his ser L vices arc constantly Lit demand in passing oil tho merits of cxIhlbits and awarding prizes. Ho was the committee of one secured to judge tlio fruit at the 1 exhibit In Randolph Market. "I have known the fruits of Virginia for a good many years." he said, "1 haver been judge of fruits in Virginia and in many other parts of tlie^ country, in the west, in British' Columbia and Ontario. 1 have seen exhib- ! its of the very best fruits from j hose sections and also fruits from abroad, ami I do not think IV irginia jjas need to feel ashani- | rsliof what it has and of what it is doing. Peopl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 January 1911

r tIIexi speaker I An Appreciation of tlio Qn.iliI ties ol'the 11 on II <* in a n From I Missouri. |?*w mnii.v years Champ Clark, of Missouri, has born a feature of tlv House of llopresentatives. Long bafoi"' he had become the lead v oT the Democratic side he hud obtain vd fame as a debater of a peculiar t.vpe. There v. : points of resemblance bete t: him. and Joseph G. Cannon. Until wanted, to be regarJe 1 as hi'incspuu statesmen, with an abhorrence of shaius and a strict adherence to direct an 1 plain sjnuking. lleeauso it an incredulous world, both \Aore charged with affecting almost all the peculiarities which, distinguish them from other men making no pretense to homespun ex . lleacies. While Cannon, as Speaker was revealing qualities ior mind, of will and of spirit which few fill spec te<l hint to possess. while lie was still but one of the Republican {membership Mr. Clark continued to develop his reputation along tlie? particular lines which had given hi...

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