The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, July 24, 1896 Page: 4 of 8
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ALLAN & RIXSE, Publishers.
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Entered in the ixwtoflU'e Hi Norman,
0. 1. as second clam matter for train'-
mifc.on through all mails.
J.8 ALLAN, Editor
pkoi'lk's party tickkt.
Koi I'rotmte Judge,
a. t. ross.
H. F. NKWBLOCK.
Koi County Attorney,
T. E. UERRY.
*'oi County TnwHinur,
Foi County Clerk,
W. A. STRIPLING.
Koi KfglNtrr of Deeds,
VV. H. TAYLOR.
Koi County superintendent,
DR. I). N. MONTGOMERY.
REV. J M. COKN.
Jfm commissioner lit. District,
J. T. BROWN.
Xu u-oininlssloner 3d. District,
TOWNSHIP CONVEN HONS.
Notion Is hereby given to Pnpultats and
all others endowing the principle* of the Onm
lut platform, tn Cleveland county, Hint they
are hereby called to meet iii mam convention
Monday, .July 37, IHIM. Ht «*n p. tn. for the pur-
pos" of iioinliuitlnK candidates for the sevcrnl
township offices to be voted for In November
PLACES OK MKKTINO.
star K'liool house
Killv Brown's residence
... Ilh.cklturn x-liool house
sfw Hope HCl.OOl iiou88
stony Point hcIiooI houw
Little lllver tp
Lexington tp Lexington
Canadian tp ml house I in. north of
resilience of J. C. Johnson, Tp. 6, r, I e.
Also, at w l«l conventions you will select dele-
gate* to the Congressional convention to lie
held id tint I-tie, August It h mid fttli. Delegates
to hhId convention to he apportioned as follows:
Mooie tp.,2 delegates Noriunn t p.,.3 delegates
Case to. z Noble tp. 2
Utile HI ver I I .e x Hinton tp 2
Liberty i Canadian tp l
City ot Nornian, I delegate.
The voters ot the city ot Norman to meet In
Peoples party headquarters, Saturday evening,
Jul) IMli at 8 o'clock to elect their delegate to
mii i convention. A. I>. 111CKOK,
CliHiriiian county cent. com.
Al. J. STOW, Secretary.
The members of the Peoples party, and all
otluu> willing to co-operate with them In diip-
port of the prlnclp esof the Omaha platform,
are hereby requested to select delegates at the
Towiislilp conventions to Ik« held in this coun
ty, Monday afternoon, July 27th, to attend the
Legislative convention to be held in August to
nominate a candidate for Council for Fifth
district; mid al.-o to nominate candidates for
Jtopreventatives in Hepresentatlve Districts
Nlile and Ten. The committeeinen of town-
ships in Pottawatomie county lying within
Kilt ti council district and Ninth representative
district to tlx time and place for selecting their
quo'n of delegates to said convention.
liie apportionment of delegates to said con-
vention will be us follows:
Moore tp. ... ft
Little lllver tp -1
Liberty tp.. 4
Norman city ti
Norman tp u
<8-1 w )
Noble tp. < S-2 w j "
<*-! e S
Lexington tp * v
canadian Ip . 4
Jliilestp. Pottawatomie co , u
Kenton tp. 44 ||
Blagg tp. " V
JfttfOU tp. •• . . H
The voters in the city of Norman will select
their delegates to -aid convention on Saturday
evening, .Inly 25th, at their meeting to select a
delegate to the congressional convention.
.1 P. N. llaun, Tom, com. council dist. No. fl-
J. . Alford, l'em. com. Hep. dist. No. M.
t«. W. Leverieh, Tem. coin. Hep. dist. No. 10
j PURE DRUGS, j
j SKILL, i
! FAIR PRICES.-"- j
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• Prescription *
• Patronage. *
We use but one grade of Diugs—
lu Ai-euracy and Kinltli, our work
will compute favorably with any and
are founded on TWENTY YKA1H Of
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Your prescription and yonr life will
Im* perfectly wife if Intrusted to lis
You can consult the l est doctor In
Oklahoma, KHKK, at our drug store.
R. J. WEEKS
T/u . Leading . Druggist.
The present Republic™ congress
will close with a three month sessicn
this winter. Flynn will have a
chance then to get hi* free homes
bill through. No nee i to re elect
him on the free home fake—and the
people won't do it.
The common people—the wealth
makers—are the people of this
country, and the rapid increase of
mortgaged and tenant homes, as
shown by the last census, shows
that they are becoming a homeless
people—and "a homeless people is
a dangerous people."
The gold reserve under Harrison
and McKinleyism: Reserve, June 30
1889, (three months after Harrison's
term began), #187,341.274 ; June 30,
1892, (before the presidential elec-
tion, the McKinley tariff still on
top), the reserve had fallen down
"Whatever the government agrees
to receive in paj ment of public
dues, as a medium of circulation,
is money, no matter what its
form may hk, treasury notes, drafts,
etc. Such bills, or paper, issued un-
der the authority of the government
of the Uniteii States, is money.
— Henry Clay.
and is strong with the people on ac-
count of its good work.—Wichita
The Republicans haven't a ghost
of a show to elect a local ticket in
this county, and they know it, but
the leaders want one nominated so
as to furnish trading stock for
The only countries where the gov-
ernments do not own more or less
of the railways, are: United States,
Great Britain, Colombia, Mexico,
Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay, Switzer-
land, and Turkey.
Holland demonetized gold in '47,
and Germany in '57, because the
money dealers of those countries
became frightened at the great gold
discoveries in the Ural mountains
and in California.
The sweet evergreen of the Nor-
man Transcript has divulged two
profound secrets : Tells the St. L.
Chronicle the Pops will nominate
Vincent for congress, and the Dem-
ocrats Temple Houston.
"What do you think of getting
There la not a more familiar figure
on the streets of Atlanta than the man
whose picture is here shown. Every-
body knows him by sight and it will be
remembered that years ago he began
to wear on his upper lip, just under
his nose, a small piece of court plas-
ter, not larger than a silver half dime;
j this plaster he has worn constantly,
though it gradually increased in size.
! as everybody knows, until it was as
| large as a silver dollar. This man is
I M. M. Nicholson, who resides at the
I corner of Anderson and Curran Sts.
It was thirty years ago, that he first
noticed a tiny scale, like a piece of
I wheat bran, on his lip. He at first
I thought it only a fever blister, but it
j was not long before his cheeks became
j diseased and painful to the touch, and
he soon realized that he had fallen a
victim to that most dreadful disease—
j Cancer. It rapidly increased in size
and severity, and remembering that
his father had cancer when he died,
and that his uncle also lost his life by
this terrible disease, which destroyed
j his tongue, throat and left eye, Mr.
Nicholson becafle thoroughly alarmed,
and realized that his condition was
rich by lending money at interest ?" , more than serious.
asked a friend of Marcus Portius 1
Cato, the great Roman statesman
"What!" answered Cato, indignantly, .
"and kill your fellow man?"
John G. Deshler, banker, Colum-
bus, Ohio, 1874 5 : "If the people
are such consumed fools as to vote !
for men who will put saddles on
their backs and spurs on my boots
and invite me to ride, why—I'm not
going on foot! "
The king of France with twice ten thousand
Marched up the hill, ami then—marched down
That's the way Bixler did it at
Chicago. That's why Oklahoma is
left out of the platform reported by
the committee of which he was an
From 1810 to 1820 the world's pro-
duction of silver amounted to S3.07
to one dollar of gold; from 1851 to
•Til no say men are villains a'
The real, the desperate wicked,
Who have no fear but human law-
Are to a few restricted.
' lint (I, mankind is unco' weak
And little to lie trusted.
If self the wavering balance shake
It's rarely right adjusted."
Let's see—who did the Republic
ans nominate for president?
With government railway owner-
ship we'll have excursion rates all
And now Bixler is reported as
wanting to run for congress ! Isn't
that a corker ?
Coxey's Sound Money comes this
week enlarged to sixteen pages, and
otherwise greatly improved.
The Canadian co. Populists will
piesent the name of E. E. Bennett
at the Guthrie conveniion, for dele-
Flynn. Four years in congress.
$20,000. Results : Nothing. And
now he wants to work off his free
home fake on the people for two
years more of a snap. He can't doit.
The total tax levy of Cleveland co.
Okla., is 15mills. The board of
county commissioners is Populist,
M. M. NICHOLSON.
Giving up entirely his business, he
went to Cincinnati and remained for
several months under treatment of a
celebrated specialist. He was after-
wards treated in Elmira, New York,
„ ., , . , , , where the cancer was twice removed,
1870 the production of gold was but he declares that death was prefer-
$2.95 to one dollar of silver-and yet able to such treatment It returned,
, , , however, and the disease seemed to be
the market ratio of the two metals of a most virulent type; the doctors af-
did not go above 15.04 to L nor be- forded absolutely no relief, the cancer
, , . , , .. . spreading all the time, eating out en-
low 16.25 1 legal ratio being tjreiy the partition in the nose, as well
16 to 1. Silver was demonetized in as the upper Hp and gums.
, ■ ... ... ■ , "Some months ago," he says, "I be-
73, and although the production of gan to use S. S.S., though I admit with
the two metals was nearly the same little faith that it could cure me. but to
my surprise, a few bottles afforded
last year, ($1.20 silver to $1 gold),
the commercial ratio had fallen
to 32 to I.
"Value" is a relative, not a posi-
tive, quality. A bushel of wheat
may be worth one bushel of peach-
es, two bushels of wheat, four bush-
Worth of Groceries Purchased
You Will Be furnished With a Fine Enlarged
Crayon Portrait. Free,
Of any one in the family whose photogragh
you wish enlarged.
Bome relief. Thus encourag-ed, I de
tertnined to give the medicine a thor-
ough trial, and it was not long- before
the progress of the disease seemed
checked. I continued the medicine,
and remarkable as it may aeettt, I am
cured and feel like I have new life. I
can talk more distinctly, for the llesh
has begun to grow back around my
. . , . teeth, where it has been literally eaten
els of corn, and so on, but to say aWay. 8. S. S. is the most wonderful
that a bushel of wheat is worth a remedy in 1 he world, and as my condi
- tion is pretty generally known, every-
bushel of wheat, is not much of an body wfn a)/ree that the Cl;re is indeed
argument; yet that is just what the a most remarkable one. S. S. S. has
.. i ti given me a new hold on life, and I
the "intrinsic value b - ....
upholder of the "intrinsic
superstition says as to the value of
the gold dollar—"it is worth too
cents in gold." The dollar is not
"worth" 100 cents in gold, or silver,
shall certainly sing its praises the re-
mainder of my days.
The above is but one of many re-
markable cures being daily made by
S. S. S. Cancer is becoming alarm-
ingly prevalent, and manifests itself
in such a variety of forms, that any
or paper, but is too cents or units, sore or scab, it matters not how small,
as a yard is 36 inches, a pound 16 ?.hich docs not riVf"lv rhoa' UP ^
3 J 1 1 disappear, may well be regarded with
ounces—the cents, inches, ounces, suspicion. We will gladly send to any
being merely divisions of the dollar, address full accounts of several other
0 1 cures fully as remarkable as this one
yard, and pound, for purposes of For real blood troubles, 8. S. S. has
calculation,—the dollar being worth no e?uJ1"1 " wipes out completely the
° most obstinate cases of blood diseases,
whatever quantity of goods it trans- which other remedies do not seem to
fers from one to another, its "worth" touch- s- S'.S' *ets at the root of the
depending on the legal tender power
it may be clothed with, its quantity,
the amount of business to be trans-
acted, and the number of those re-
quiring its use,—and not the mate-
rial it may be made of. I
disease, and forces it out permanently.
S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegeta-
ble, and is a positive and permanent
cure for Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer
Rheumatism and all traces of bad
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You will flint one coupon Inside each 2 ounce bag and two coupons Inside each 4 ounce bag.
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of the InilltuiTerritory. Apply to Protective
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H. W. STUBBEMAN
Saddles, Harness, Hames, Chains,
Collars, Bridles, Lines,
And Lap Rores.
The beat Line In the Territory
: of tiik :
above d escki bed goods.
'Trices Lowest and Quality of
Goods the ftest.
and Farm Implements.
REMEMBER that BAKER BARB WIRE
Runs Farther than any other wire that it is sold in Norman
only by the Norman Lumber Co.
Will be wreathed with a most engaging
smile, after you Invest In a
Norman SUtte Ilattk,
NORMAN, OK LA.
NORMAN LUMBER CO
Successors to the
CAKE Y-LOM BAKI)
D. W. MARQUAHT, S. B. OWKNSI, A. C. MAHBR, E. P. TAYLOR,
President. Viee-Pres. Cashier. Ass't. Cashier.
Citizens Bank of Norman,
(incorporated under the laws of oklahoma.)
CAPTAL STOCK $50000
O D i R ECTO US: O
D. W. Marquart, S. B. Owens, J. T. Phelps, B. P. Hughes, A. Kingkade,
W. J. Kelley, E. P. Taylor, f. VV. Hocker and A. C. Maber.
By-Laws of this Bank provide that no stock can be issued to non-resident*
of this county.
SAY? Did You Know that
McGILL & SIGMAN
Are running one of the best
ME AT MA Kit ETS
11ST THE OITTT <?
To be convinced of this fact, you have; but
to step into their market and purchase some ot
meats. You will find their place of business just
East of the old Post Office Building.
EAST MAIN STREET, - - - NORMAN, OKLAHOMA.
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The small faction of the g. o. p.,
in this county, known to themselves
as the "real" Republicans, are be-
ginning to demand that Dennis F.
shall stand squarely on the goldbug
plank of the Rep. national platform.
Sure enough, Dennis! Are you a
Popican, standing on the Kingfisher
silver plank, or are you a "real" Re-
plican with a golden calf rampant
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(Successor to I)r. C. 3. Shinier.)
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, July 24, 1896, newspaper, July 24, 1896; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116863/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.