The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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JOHN S. ALLAN EDITOH
Japan has "won" al! it wanted
in her fight,_ bat will take a "few
more thing*" jn«t for good measure.
Some of those Philadelphia graft-
ers must be sorry by this time that
they persisted in waking the town
Almost anywhete Mayor Weaver
cares to sink a shaft in Philadelphia
he finds "boodle" in paying q-ianti- i
THE MAX TO "CATCH 05."
There i many a man
Who slips up on bU plan,
Beca^-e he couldn't "c«tch on."
And mo*', t because,
In doubt he would pau e.
While another atep
Up to catch on.
There many a chap
Who loose* a ""snap,''
Because he couldn t "catch on:" '
While the '"man of opportunity'"
Gra«ps at the chance,
His fortune to enhance.
That"? bound to '"catch on-"
It's the man that's quick,
Who makes up his mind.
That captures the trick.
With but one of a kind:
And bis kind will prevail,
While others will fail,
For he's the man to "catch on."
There's a homely *'old saw,"
He keeps in his mind—
"Accreation is the law
Of greatness combined'"—
And the safest increase.
The government still piys the rail
roads 8 cts. a pound fur hauling the
mails, while the express companies
l ire the same service for r.e cent a
pound. Vet Mr. Roosevelt is serv
1 ing his fourth y ear.
The report is being revived that
Mr. Elihu Root is to return to the
cabinet to be Mr. Roosevelt's secre-
tary of state. It would seera rather
appropriate to make him attorney
general, as he has acquired an in-
side view of most of the trust deals
since he left the cabine'J and re-
sumed the practice of la*.
? % J ca
0., 1V VS££0R.«, j
In hardware. I
The democrats are no* accusing
President Roosevelt of favoring and
arging '.he adoption of democratic
policies. This is something no one
can charge up to a democratic party
when in power, of attempting to do.
It busied itself urging and trying to
carry out republican policies, though
That - ?ure in end to "'catch on." pledged to democratic policies The
—J' Kennard. democratic party is only democratic
, Panama is going to coin $1,000,000 ' w out power. When ,n power
in silver pesos. A few object lessons U °Ut Her°d'S ,he rePubIican P"**
could like that and Mr. Bryan may with. ln republican pol.cies.
Mr. Fairbanks' speech
hardly have flittered clear across draw his objections to Panama.
the continent and caused this cold „ ——
wave Kansas City is maintaining her
reputation of doing things differ
A Pennsylvania j'idge has decided er>(l7- White men are taking the
that a woman is boss of the kitchen. ; places of striking negro hod-car-
Why did he omit the rest of the r'sfs.
_ 5t. Louis should try to acquire a
New Vork pauses proudly to ask> taste for drinking water, which is
what other city has a subway in really a good beverage, as the people
which its cit:z. s can be half- of that city will see, when they get
drowned. used to it.
The fact that Mr. Taggart, chair-
man of the national committee of
the Democratic party, is proprietor
of a gambling house at French Lick
Springs, Indiana, might be overlook-
ed, as no one need loose his money
if he will keep away from the gam-
bling den. But Taggart favors the
money sytem which enables Wall
street to fleece the people whether
they are willing or not, and this
should not be overlooked.
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Those 18 hour trains between As to Lieut. Gov. Sherman's opin-
New Vork and Chicago already are ion that^a congressman don't amount
try;r.g to break into the seventeen to much, it is proper to observe that
hour class. everything "depends" on the con-
THE FARMERS' UNION
The Farmers' Union and Co oper-
ative Association of America is an
organization which has swept Texas
— - . having, it is stated, 150,000 mem-
Col. Bryan has not started on his ^ bers in that state, is strong in the
candidate and the united forces of European trip. He naturally does Indian Territory, Oklahoma and
the boss brewers. not want to leave this country until Arkansas, and is spreading to other
Col. Bryan i. going to Europe ,retUrDS aud «°"
and as an old campaigner, should' 8 d"l The lowing ' in brief the de-
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If Gov. Folk decides to run again,
he will have to beat the Republican
not overlook a possible opening for
an eligible man in Norway.
wisdom of making Mr. Cleveland
a director of the Equitable. He has
Congress is now to be so con neVer had much experience in deal-
slructively " busy that it cannot con- ing wi[h a «.gurpiu,..<
sider the President's proposed ratej
legislation or the revision of the tar
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■ward it with some "constructive'
Association, as given in a statement
issued from the Texas headquarters:
1. To discourage as mnch as
possible (through organized effort)
the present mortgage and credit
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HORTHWESTERM YEAST CO.
Mr. Justice Brewer's remark that< system.
i/i the future Philippine government, j 2• To assist our members,
there is danger of too little "Taft" j (through organized effort) in buying
and too much "graft," is as sugges- an(^ selling.
tive as it is epigrammatic. 3- To labor for the education of
the agricultural classes in crop di-
Mr. Br) an s nam; was cheered at versification and scientic agricul-
the cocveation of Ohio democrats.
But applause was never denied Mr. 4. To ronslantiy strive ,0 secure
Bryan. He gets the applause and entjre harmony and good will
the other fellow gets the votes. aiuong al, raankind atld brotherly
„. . ' , , . love among ourselves.
I he federal grand jury which has1 .r . ,
. . „ .' . 5- 10 form a more adequate un-
been in session at Chicago for some- j. .... .
, . .... ion with those in authority for a
thing uke six months, has returned , . . , . . . .
, . .. strict and impartial enforcement of
| over 26 indictments against the , .. . . . ,
0 law, that crime, vice and immoral
magnets of the meat trust. The j.. .
ity may be suppressed.
raumani penalty,should they be con 1 , ,, .
... 6. It would garner the tears of
victed, is >5,000 each, and this won't .. .• . , .. ., . .
, , ' the distressed, the blood of martyrs,
fr/Minia ♦ m O *■ tn nr-l> I It a •■••IMA !
Here is the way I am surrounded.
MONITOR DRILLS ^
trouble them much. The price of
meat can just be advanced a little.
The government will have to have
indictments returned oftener than
every six months to make the meat
magnets be good.
the laugh of innocent childhood and
the virtue of a happy home as the
brightest jeweis known.
7. This is in no degree a polit-
ical party, and shall forever ab-
stain from even so much as a dis-
cussion of partyism. Vet we do
not feel that it is right to place
shackles upon the mind nor a pad
lock upon the lips of any man who
Missouri World Jolts
People will leave home and busi-
ness and risk their lives when there
1 i} an enemy to fight with sword and I . , .. , , .
... ., . , , may wish to discuss, for edncation
j gun. We will even send our children ! , , .
to war. But in the fight against
I the greatest enem)—the money
power—the enemy which will do
j more harm to ourselves, our chil-
GALE PLOWS ^
; al purposes, the science of govern- j
j merit, because upon this rock must I
; rest all structures for either mental, j
moral social or financial develop- |
Our motto is: ''In things essen- !
tial, unity; in things non-essential,
free diversity, and in all things,
Two Doors East Postofflce. - Norman, Okla.
dren a:.d our grandchildren, than1
( would the eouquering of a nation
by a foreign foe, we are slow to
contribute a few dollars. Let us all
j pray for the day when it will not
take the smell of powder to stir up CKOUP
! our patriotism to the point where a violent inflammation of the muc-
the wind pipp,
c*tend* to the
aryux and bronchial tubec; and U one
rights and liberty, and let us thank of the mn-t dangerous diseases of
children Ii. almo-t ulways I'limen 011
,Ood that to accomp.ish the victory u,„ cive rr/qUent -raHll
we will neither have to send our does of Mallard's Horehound Syrup
sons to war nor shed the blood 0f i H,,<1 B«H"rd'i Snow Liniment
I externally to ibe tr.rout. 25c, 5oc,
our fe.low-man. 1 $] 00. Sold by Fred Reed.
I we will give time or money or both "n membrane of
1 • .1.1, . ■ , which someiim^s
! in t.ie great battle for the people s
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1905, newspaper, July 7, 1905; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117892/m1/4/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.