The Working Man (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1910 Page: 1 of 6
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WORKERS OF THE WORLD UNITE.
The Working JImi
The way to defend Right is to attack wrong. This paper is blind as a bat to every thing buUheP^
— " hq.20
lawton, okla., thursday, oct h.
During the recent panie * G#r-
mai farmer went to the bank in
Camden for some mon*y. He was
told that tb# bank was not paying
out any money, but was giving out
cashier's checks. He could not
understand tliis and insisted on
muney. The officers of tbe bank
endeavored to explain and after a
whiie some intelligence of tbe
situation seemed to be dawning on
the farmer's mind and the presi-
ident asked: "You understand
uow fully bow it is, Hans, don't
When Col. L. P. Ross presided
at the Cruce meeting in this city
and afterwards acted as toast-
master at the Cruce banquett, J.
Roy Williams was very compli-
mentary in his remarks about
the democracy of t h e Colonel.
Now if the Colonel's actions are
necessary to good democracy,
how about the actions of T Roy
Williams two years ago when
Ross defeated him for the noni-
nation to the state legislature?
Why did he hold that grudge for
two years and fight Ross for
governor? If the Ross actions
are necessary to good democracy
Trades Labels and their signif-
ficance with illusrated songs and
illustrated lectures is the mam
feathure of the Union Show.
All the Aunaniases are not
dead yet for the editor of this
paper met one Sunday. The
worst of it yet. this Aunaniases
void of courtesy and Principle.
He will not oppalogize when
When You Need Them
For Buggies, Wagons, Harness
and all kinds of horse goods, see
WHITEHEAD & SONS
222 C Ave.
''Yes" .aid Han" I tink I dr.! is J. Roy Williams a democrat?
. int it' Ven my baby In fact who is a democrat? How
It like dts, Ven my _> ,ong h&g j Roy been a democartv
Does J. Roy know what demo-
cracy is any way? Does J. Roy's
democracy include the common
voters, if so what dees he promise |
vakes up at night and vanls some
milk 1 g>f him a milk ticket. —
The Sunday School Advocate.
Editor Working Man :- Will you
kindly explain why the repub-
lican party of Comanche county
put up candidates that the repub-
lican press of Lawton will not
support. Are the candidates
bought by the corrupt democratic
ring or is the press bought.
Have you evar s;en a detd*
camuaign amoungst a lot of in-
telligent office holding republi-
cans than the present. Are they
dividing the spoils from bootleg-
gers and dives and want to keep
it going or are they victims of
Morphine and Cocain and forgot
that the republican party have
placed them where they are
An Old iime Republican.
Why Should He
After robbing Comanche Jack
of his farm, and a negro exsoldier
of his estate, and negotiating m
and for many other just as bad
and dastardly deeds, Scott Ferns
thinks it the height of aninsult
to have a potato growe.• (H. H
Stallard) run against mm for, Sydney Denham
The Boot and Shoe Workers i
International Union of Amtrica
will give a free Union Show at
the Ramsey Opera house Novtir.- j
ber (Wednesday) 2nd.
A Man in Oklahoma City would
have voted aganist the carrying,
of the Grandfather Clause but
some one made him believe that
would give the women a right to
vote, then he was in favor of the
clause or anything to keep the
women in bondage.
P. G. Fullerton
for district judge
Hon. H. C. Stubblefield
FOR COUNTY OFFICE
for district clerk
W. E. Nix
for register of deeds
miss oharla critchku.
B. B. Spears
In the language of Marion Haghes ,,Lov^ of
money rnd the two old parties are the root tree
i and branches of all evil, the voters are the small
' ro ts, the two old parties are the tap roots, th(
national banking system is the tree, the trust*
are the branches, the sunlight of liberty is set
ting behind mountains of sin."
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