The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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The People's Voice
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JOHN S. ALLAN KDITOR
For delegate to constitutional con-
tention in 34th District, H U. Kvkr
For delegate to constitutional c«>n
vention in 30th District M. J. Slow
The great burden of the cry mule
by the democrats in the 34th can
stitutional district and one tiiey
hope to win votes on is, "I'hat t>.e
constitution will be framed either
by the democrats or the republicans
and that men elected outside of tiie ll,e detriment of the liberties
two old parties, will be outsiders all: people iu a constitution so fr.-.med
the time." This is the veriest bosh. ; I bold the rights and liberties of tlv
STATEMENT BY H H. EVE RE! 2
I learn that it is being circulated
by some that I am a republican and
if elected will act with the republi-
cans. In politics I have been an
independent always casting my vote
for clean, upright men. Favored
non partisan movement and talked
for it and was nominated as non
partisan candidate against my wish-
es and during my abscence from
district. If elected I will serve the
people as a non partisan and will
not be influenced by political bosses
or old party caucuses. I will do all
in my power to serve the best in-
terests of all the people, as I be-
lieve same to be the duty of every-
one chosen to assist in the framing
of a constitution. Partisan politics
enables the leaders of the vicious
elements to capture the j li ica
organizations and hurl them against
the liberties of the people. I he
liberties of the people of a suie fie
pend upon the character • <f 11s ron
stitution and an observance -<t inr
tisansbip, by men chosen to frame
a constitution, wil' be nfl'f-'l to
told a friend to run it up to $50
pje ' and a little trirl was sent to hint, and
kia . « ,i,„ .... , , . .. . "fter a while she jrrew up tweet and
bid on tne lot at and s.i d it in . . , . . * ,' . ... „
1--- .h,.. • m„..i inn 1 neautiful and he married her. Now
less than a month tor tl'K). si) ! ;*• . • . ., . .
made l«2clear hv taking the paper. 1 , not ta e.'' t,be P^per what
My father told'me that when he you suppose would have become of
was a young man he saw a notice in I 1 wou' 1 ,have 'V", T «
- -v _ v 1 . _ fellow, or ma vhe wouldn t have been
o paper that a s bool teacher wh-5 , mn .
wanted away off in a distant county, 1
and he went and got the situation. J
Oklahoma Farm Mortage Co.
i i i; 11- h< 4
i «L IB, lVta\ « s: 1 RE
At The Franing-
ONE NIGHT ONLY
GIRL IN DIXIE."
"An My}*of Ifte SoutV by Ki'o.la slemons
As p«iro nr>6 Mwc-el a-« u Magnolia bloaaom
A happy b>mttnK r f fathrukDil comedy.
In perhaps over one-fourth of the
constitutional districts independent
or non partisan candidates have
been nominated and the chances for
the independents holding the bal-
ance of power in the constitutional
convention are excellent. It indeed
will be a fortunate thing for the
people if independents hold the bal-
ance of power, in fact the most for
tunate thing for the people that
could possibly happen. I he trusts
and corporations will control in
both of the old parties but the in-
dependents will be free fr-->m such
control and be able ti g t!;.-r around
them men from both of the old
parties that are not a> ject slaves to
to the party Ush. It will destroy
the power of the old party caucuses.
The 30th and 34th districts should
send two non partijiu? to consti
tutional convention and strengthen
the independents. 1 he greater the
power of the independents 111 the
constitutional convention the better
will be the cons'itutiou for the nias
ses of the people. The reasons the
democrats give for not supporting
non-partisan candidates, are the
strongest reasons why men who
do no: favor a constitution framed
in the interes's of the trusts and cor
porations, should vote for non par
people of a state, paramount to the
welfare of any partisan political or
gaoization, and if by your '-allots
on November 6th you elect me as
your constitutional d e I e g ate
I will give my best thought and en
deavor in assisting to frame a c n-
stitution in the interests of all the
people of the state, irrespective of
the effect that a constitution so
framed may have upon any poli-
tical organization. If you believe
that the State constitution should be
so framed may I not depend upon
H. H. Everette.
Tbe political botses. in speak ng
abtut the Non-partisan tickets in
the 30th and 34th Districts, deem it
quite "cute" or "smart" to refer to
the same as ''Non-principled partv,"
ticket*, etc. Any ticke not backed
by the saloon* and bum*, in tlie eves
of the political bosses, is an '-un-
WHEN YOU WANT
A Good Farm Loan
Henry E. Asp, chief attorney for
the Santa Fe railroad in Oklahoma
is a candidate for the constitutional
convention in the 26tb district. If
voters in that district elect him they
know when they cast their ballots,
that the interests of the Santn Fe
railroad will be looked after by Mr.
Asp in the constitutional convention.
In several districts the democrats
have nominated as candidates demo-
crat railroad attorneys who resigned
from their railroad attorneyships,
temporari y no doubt, just in order
to be elected to constitutional con-
vention. and whom, if elected will no
dojl.it, take up at once the jobs with
railroads they resigned Railroads
pay their attorneys well. A dele-
gate to constitutional convention has
only a sixty duy job at $4 00 per day
or $-40 00. A man who would resign
bis job as a railroad attorney, for a
chance to serve in constitutional con
vention, should be left at home by
voters. His motives may be pure;
but the cbances are against such
purity. He is more likely to pro/e
to be a wolf in sheep's clothing The
railroads may possible be using such j
a scheme to secure the election of J
such men and voters caught by such 1
hii etsily set trap should have their |
kicking machines all fixed up in
woodsheds before going to vote f r j
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A Correct Abstract,
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SCOTT & BOWNE,1
The petitions for the nomination j
' of Harrison H Everette in the 34 h ]
1 District, and M. J. Stow in the 30th, !
as "Non-partisan" candidates for
• ieiegates to the conotitutionil con-
vention hive been G!el and their
names will appear on the official bal-
lots to be voted on November, 6tb.
All the voters in the 30th and 34th
Districts who believe that, in the !
framing of a state cons.itution, fie
pol.tical bosses should ;tand aside
and the people be given a show,
-hould see to it that they stamp the
nonpartisan ticket 011 th eir ballot
on November 'ith. In so doing they
will be voting for men to represent
their in'ere«t in the constitutional
convention and not for men tied to
partisan organizations that in turn
are tied to the trust- and torpor
Kingkade Book Store.
Friea.1 25, 35, 50 ai «l 75c
Ueferred m Ht t irkH* t-hle nf linrbour'a
IHmjt open at 7:50curtuiii 8:50
I CHURCH NOTICES, i
0 « t O« 9 0uC>V4l O9OOO
M. E- Church South.
The service next Sunday morning
will be held in memory of the life
labors and career of the greate
evangelist, Ifev. Sar?> P Jones Text,
2 Sam. 3:38. All are cordially in-
vited to be present, especially the
friends of the deceased, and those
who have beard bici Other services
W. J. Moore:, Pastor.
Sunday morning Oct, 21, at 11
o'clock the pastor will preach on:
"Crowned Heads,'' at 7:30 the pastor
will again preach on "Meeting
Christ." You are invited.
W. T. scott, Pastor.
One block south of ihe ArMne Hotel.
First Pir-8byt-erian Church
The services next Sunday will be
of special interest to young people.
Sunday School begins promptly at
10 a. m. with tbe usunl lesson study.
At 11 a m. the exercises of "Rally
Day" will be ^iven.
Tbe Endeavor Societies will meet
as usual; the Juniors at 4 p. m., the
Seniors at 6:30 p. m.
In tbe even.ng the pastor will
speak particularly to the bojs and
girls on tbe subject, "The Christ
Child in the Temple.
We give a cordial invitation to all.
Frank M- Alexander, Pastor.
NOTHING TO FEAR
Thr q-iestnm uf it j-irious substances
in medicines which pas been agitating
• he minds o' many ptop'e, does not
co'tcern ttins ■ athn u-e Ch imberlain'g
cough Rt-ni'd v. Mothers n«ed have
u 1 hesitancy in continuing to give
t-> tb<-ir liii, i oims, ai it com tins
'"luteiy nothing injurious. I'his rem-
edy is not only perfectly safe to give
small children, t ut is :t medicine of
gr. at. worth and merit. Il Iihs a world
«id« reputation for its eutes uf coughs
colds and croup and ian Mwavs he re-
lied upon. For side by all Druggists.
The Santa Fe will hold a corn ex-
hibit in Chicago, September 26 to
to Octuber 14, and desire to put some
Oklahoma corn on display. It will
be a good advertise forth-* new state
and we will be glad to have farmers
contribote a dozen ears of their best
corn, tied in packages with a card
giving tbeir name, posioffice address,
name of tbe kind of corn and the
yield per acre. This tag will he left
on exhibition with the corn in Chic-
ago. Leave your samples with
J- J. Maker, Agent.
When h iior e is overworked it lies
down nd in other ways declares its
inability to co forth.-r, von would con-
sider it criminal to use force. Many
a msin nf humane linpul-es, who would
not willi:tylv hum a kitten, is guilty
of cruelty where his own stomach is
concerned. Overdriven, overworked,
when what ii needs is something that
will digest ihe food eaten ami help
the .toroach to recuperate. Some-
thing like Kodol For Dyspepsia that is
sold by B-irhour & Sons
Mat y mon give lavi-hly of gold,
To build bridges and castles and tow-
ers of old;
If you want everlasting fame, a
Give the poor and needy llocky
Mountain Tea. At Fred Heed's
Value Of A Newspaper.
I never to k a paper that didn't
pay me more than 1 paid for it One
time an old friend of mine started a
paper way down south and sent a
copy to rue, and I subscribed ju.-t to
encourage biin. and after a while it
pub.Uhed an order to sell a lot and I
Tom B. Matthews
KINGKADE & MATTHEWS
Insurance, City Real Estate
Rentals, Notary Public and
General Office Work
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1906, newspaper, October 19, 1906; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118028/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.