National Affairs: Speech in Osawatomie

In Osawatomie, Kansas, U. S. history has on several occasions been made.— Last week in Osawatomie, U. S. Senator James A. Reed of Missouri made a speech on which he informally opened his campaign for the Democratic-Presidential nomination. Under a blue and windy sky the farmers who had come to town for the annual Farmers' Union munched hot dogs or cones and stood on their feet with their hands in their pockets. Their wives, many with yowling babies in arm, soon strolled away from the platform. The voice of Mr. Reed sounded incongruously...

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