The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, August 16, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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The People's Voice.
SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR.
ate organizations and no one knows
better than the rank and file of the
Populist party. That as a party
the Populists have had their day.
It cannot be denied but that the
, Populist party did good work dur- !
its existence and that it has helped j
a, i \ & KIXSK, Publishers.; to shape the policies of the Demo
A.LLAN a. BIAS Cratic party during the past four
I years, but it is a thing of the past
as an organization. No true Popu- j
list can for an instant think of
every Friday. going into the Republican Part?—
i the party of greed and avarice.
The Democratic party is the only
hope of future liberty—Perry Sen-
Bnterw! &t tne postofflc*, Norman, oklaho-
mtk Territory, for transmission througti the
ma; « as matter.
"Won't you step into my parlor
said the spider to the fly," is the
JOHN 5. ALLAN. Editor kind of a glad hantl Democrats ex
r, - — tend to Populists and a number of
Populists who accepted the Demo- i
hand have en-
Grain and Implement dealers.
rn v i
.1 L V<)E< KLI I
"uh'ab. CAitDKit crat extended glat
IT^ah hav.sk joyed the hospitality of the Demo
ahdy uiblk I cratir parlor and before they
cept a second invitation they
• (i..tne I see the extended glad hand of the
With banks going up m the flume ^ by ^
and labor strikes spreading t tsi A good swift kick is the treat
about time for Republican editors ^ PonuHlt receive, who are so
to begin work on the endless chain
of prosperity editorials furnished by
Government bonds to the amount
of ninety-six million dollars are on
deposit in national banks as a free
loan. More or less of these deposits
are loaned by the banks to Morgan (
Rockefeller and others who borrow
for the purpose of forming monopo-
lies of industries and railroads, so
that through these monoplies they
can exact from the people prices un-
justly high. I his is like giving a
man a club to beat you with. A
Populist administration would tell
the banks that these deposits wonld
be withdrawn and used for the pay-
ment of public debts, and thus stop
interest. If the banks couldn t
stand having so large an amount of
their deposits withdrawn (which
they couldn't, for it would be a
withdrawal of cash) they could sur-
render the government bonds they
put up as collateral.—Missouri
ment Populist receive, who are so
feeble minded as to seize the glad
hand extended by Democrats. It
is true that there is no earthly use
for maintaining two seperate or-
ganizations, provided you chose the
proper organizations to maintain,
and why, under the circumstances,
even Democrats could entertain for
a moment that of the two organiza-
tions, the Democratic one should
be maintained, surpasseth all under-
standing. The Editor of the Sen-
tinel admits that the populist party
did good work during its existence
in helping to shape the policies of
the Democratic party; and this is
very true and we believe the Demo
cratic party would become a great
organization if some other organiza-
tion would only finish it with brains
free of charge. The Democratic
party has shown itself wholly in
capable of originating a progressive
idea within the past half century.
It has relied for a display of wis-
dom; by taking a negative stand on
all policies advocated by the Re
publican party, and fcr a iime, to
Fire House. . .
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The Red Elevator.
Paid for Grain and Fat Hogs.
Best Terms and Prices
On best line of Farming Implements sold
anywhere in Oklahoma.
COME -A-NID SEE US
Farmers Grain &: Implement Co.
WOULD HAVE COST HIM HIS
Oscar Bowman, Lebanon Ky., writes |
UI have been unitis? FOLL\ S KID-
NEY CURE and take yreat nleasure
in stating it gave me permanent cure |
o' kidney dir-t-Hse which eertajnly j
would hiive cost me ray life." Take,
none but Foley's. Harbour & Son *
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
i . u I all policies advocated by the Popu
A. political party s supposed to be au policies, a i
p0 1 1 K , , list nartv. until it noticed how fav
an association of persons formed
for the defense or advancement of
certain principles and measures up-
on tne most important of which they
are substantially agreed. The
changing of one's party allegiance
therefore should be the natural
thing to do, whenever his party
fails to stand for those things he
deems most important. The word
"turncoat", which is generally used
as a reflection upon a man who
changes his party, is in reality a
term that he should be proud to
have applied to himself when his
turning is upon principle and not
from a desire for personal advance-
merit. Party ties should be strong,
yet easily unfastened. At this tim
there are some four million voters
who believe in certain great rerorms
and their belief is not represented
by either of the two main parties.
These men should without hesitation
get together in one party. They
would thus be what a political party
ought to be—men agreed on certain
great principles and measures and
associated together in an organiza-
tion. It is only by such coming to-
gether of people who are substan-
tially agreed that their desires can
be accomplished. Witht these four
million men united arid hundreds
of thousands of them active in the
work of making conv
list party, until it noticed how fa
orably some of the things advocat-
ed by the Populist party was taking
with the people. Making this dis-
covery it began side stepping and
extending the glad hand to Popu
lists as in times past it had shown
courtesy to the greenbackers. Its
Herod like designs, however, are
known and reformers will trust it
no more. Reformers will not join
the Republican party neither will
they join the Democratic party but
all true reformers will get into a
party outside of both of the old
The 5 Minute Breakfast food.
Purina Health Flour
* Makes *"
"B BAIN BREAD"
Purina Mills. St. Louis, Mo.
•1 [Q5 & 103 We:4 8th St., Kansas City.
i Th« O'd r«Mab!« Doctor. Oldest in As® and Longest tocatoU.
4 A Rec'ii jr Craduat# In Wiedic'.ne. Over 27Special
Praotloe.--22 Years in Konsna Ci.y.
Autiiorir-ed by tie •. <« t" ,r"1' Chr°"!c'^r."T't, .:ii„v .ur <*
Cures guarantied or wonry r-iuiidert. All m « £>' . b.;sl,.«« . —
WtZT Consultation fr^e and ^rson lly >o caustics, cutting.
Seminal Weakness and U—SS
Sexual Debility, ct youthtai
follv and excesses—causing losses by dreams
or wilh urine, pimples and blotches on tne
face, rush'-* of blood to the brad, pains in
bask, confused ideas and forpelfulness,
ba«hfulD6*ft, aversion to society, loss of sex-
ual power, loss of manhood, ctc., cured for
lean *ton niffht losses, restore lost
sexual power, D>. .e and brain power, en-
. large ami stiem then weak parts and ma^e
1 vou lit for mairia . ..
i c ; f; ^ a* trrrlbl^ disease, in all
bypniKlb, iormn and Hinges, cured
for life. Blood Poisoiiiiitf. I"sease9,
j ricors. SwedingH. Soref. Gonorrhoea an t
! (i>ot. and all forms of I'rivuw Diaeaae®,
i,oHifively eured or *y refunded.
rhdiniiiy careA wUHol.t
OiriCtLjiC -hpuk"!ofm^trumwfito. A
bougies or sounas. ucicimuu ---
nens Thousands cored. a permanent cure
guaranteed or™oi cy refunded.
lor book, which fully explains t'J*5 dl«<«e.
* t • i _ enlarced veins in tne
VariCOCele = -scrotum-causiDgner-
vous debility, weakness of the "u l ys-
tein etc , permanentlv t-ured without pain.
t_i drop-y of tbe scrotum,
riyd rocele*==( Ured without pain.
.-.-"I • _ ; , see I look—cured in a few
Hill mOSla""Ci1iys without paln._
for both sexes pages, 27 ptc-
IjOOK tures true to 111'' w 1 full de-
si-rintion of l.o e diseases, the eflecta and
Sure «nt sealed in p.a.u wrapper lor six
cents in stamps.
Free Museum r orric* hours:
' of Anatomy for men | s a. m. to 8 p. m.
Tk on* nu-of curio- 10 to 12
A sermon without words.®
LINCOLN A JEFFEESONIAN.
We commend the following utter-
ance from President Lincoln to
those vulgar and upstart imperia-
lists who are booming Hamilton
and his doctrine. Mr. Lincoln
"But, soberly, it is now no child's
play to save the principles of Jef-
ferson from total overthrow in this
nation. This is a world of compen-
sations; and he who would be no
slave must consent to have no slaves
Those who deny freedom to others
deserve it not for themselves, and
under a just God cannot long retain
it. All honor to Jefferson, a man
concrete pressure of
will have a apccial excursion at rate of
for the round trip, tickets limited to ten days ,
from date of sale and good returning on any
regular train within limit. This is only a
gentle nint to give you an opportunity to
make your preparations. Watch this space 1
for full particulars or make yoursolf known to i
either of the undersigned by postal or letter.
H K DUNN, IIIOAN 8NI I>KR, I
District Pns8en(fer Uenenil Passenger j
Agt, Wichita, Kae. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. |
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Question of Time: ;
That is what tli^ ginner must consider in crsp he 1
has a break down or needs repairs and supplies. (<|)
That's our Business:
To send out experienced machinists or boiler makers
to attend to your troubles. Then we carry a large J
stock of pipe, fittings, brass goods, steam pumps, ,
boiler tubes, belting, hose, lace leather, packing, etc.
"Our Prices Are Right"
Write, wire or'phone us any time day or night. j
Yours to please, x
N. S. SHERMAN MACHINERY CO., i
Works one Work North of
Santu Ft- Depot..
The Model v.
Oklahoma City, O. T.
who in the concrete pressure of a
active in tne ; struggle (of ^dependence by a
work of making converts, all that sif|gie pe0ple, had the coolness, fore-
they desire could be speedily ob- j ^ ^ capacity t0 introduce into
tained for such a large organization
with right on its side, would bring
to its support millions of voters who
know something is wrong nd who | balm it there so that today and
feel that there ought to be good ^ dayj jt sha„ be a rebuke
times for those who labor with hand ^ ltulnbling block to the liar
brain, or both.—Missouri World
cast and capacity to introduce into ;
a merely revolutionary document
an abstract truth, applicable to
all men and all times, and to em
Geo. W. Carson,
R. P. Doughty.
bingers of reappearing tryanny and
THE GLAD HAND-
The Democrats of Oklahoma ex
tends the glad hand to everyone
who is opposed to the policies of i
Republicanism. Come into our j w()UI]Uo
party and we will treat you right. | s()Hses, Use no substitute. Baroour
There is no use maintaining seper-1 & Son's.
TO HEAL A HUKT
Use BANNER SALVE, the yix-nt
healer. It's guaranteed for outs,
wounds sores, piles, and all skin dl
Havo you ever given this
Grocery a trial ?
II Yflll PAY you
10 DO SO
You will find their Gro- |
caries the very best, aud 1
prices the very lowest. .. |
Opposite the Renner Meat
THE ANDREW KINGKADE COMPANY
>■ . ■ i/>>ir\c n r\\ i c r. A
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. COLLEC
TIONS. AND REAL ESTATE.
Farm Loans, Chattel Loans
V BONDED ABSTRACTER. NOTARY «
S/ PUBLIC. AND TYPE WRITING A
: : NORMAN, OKLA.
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, August 16, 1901, newspaper, August 16, 1901; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117405/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.