Norman Democrat--Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, May 27, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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l istcrici! Society
NORMAN, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA FRIDAY, MAY 1910
Our New Spring
Is on display now. Don't fail (o
see the Line and get our Prices
DRUG AND BOOK STORE
MONEY TO LOAN
OH FARMS OR iN TOWN
fl Straiijht or Simple Loan or "Buildintj and Loan
On Residence, Business or Farm Property
BETTER RATES THAN EVER
Any Terms You Want, and Any Amount
If You See Us First You Won't Go Elsewhere
JOHN E. MILLAR & CO.
Office over first Nation! Bank, Norman, Oklahoma.
500 Bushels Cane Seed
Early Arab* r, Orange and Red Top.
$1.25 per bushel. Last Shipment this
year. Seeds of all kineK
We can fill your grocery orders.
South Peters Ave.
Champ Clark on Issues.
Washington, May 21—If words
were club* and acts of congress Hesli
land blood, the Payne Aldrich tariff
laws would be a ghastly m;i>.- of man
! gled bone and tissue tonight, after
the nierciles- lambasting n received
■in the House today from l hanip Clark
and F.ugene X. Foss, the new demo-
' sratic member from Massachusetts.
Both speakers denounced the Pa> ne
! Aldrich tariff as the worst ewr plac-
ed on the statute books and declared
'that its reneal and the making of a
! new one that would meet the expecta-
tions of the people and relieve them
of tin tm sent intolerable burden ot
tariff taxation would be the issue of
the c tiling campaign.
Representative I*«• - s insisted that
the congress must be called together
next spring to revise tin tariff anew,
and expressed the belief that the de-
mand for this course would become
so strong as a result of the coming
campagti that President Taft would
be forced to heed it and issue the nec-
e sjry call of the extra session. Al-
though an iron and steel manufactur
er himself, he declared unhesitatingly
I for tlu removal of all duties from
| iron andVteel, as well as from coal
and all other raw materials essential
to their manufacture.
He was confident that this course
would not adversely affect his busi-
ness interests nor those « f thousands
ot other skilled and unskilled work
men he emploved. The new demo-
crat member from Massachusetts
made excellent impression by this, his
maiden speech in the House and when
he concluded he was given an ova
tiou by his minority colleagues.
C hamp Clark's attack on the tariff
w.i- in his best style ot" thundering
oratory. He inters er-ed In- deiumcia
tiou of the Payne Aldrich bill with
flashes of wit and sarcasm that fore
ed Kales of laughtdr, even from the
republican side* As the thunder of
Champ Clark's oratory died away and
tlu applause subsided, keprcseiitativ e
Bout eli of Illinois took tip a position
beside an oval table in front of the
speaker's desk, and proceeded to de
fend the Payne-Aldrich act, in the
shaping of which he had a conspicu-
ous part. In turn he roasted the demo-
crats ami was wildly applauded by
the republicans while the democrats
laughed and jeered.
It was a sure-enou li anti cam-
paign tit 1<1 day in the House of old-
fashioned, noisy sort, and the member ,
and galleries enjoved it as much as if
thev were witne.-sing a circus. It
marked the winding up < t the general
debate on the sudry civ ll bill and the
timeliness . >f tariff talk lay in the tact
that the bill contain- an appropria-
tion of $250,000 asked for by the
president to enable the tariff board
created by the Payne-Aldrich act to
continue the work of gathering sta
tistics on the comparative cost of
manufacture at home aud abroad
"During this debate we have wit-
nessed a spectacle perhaps without
parallel in the annals of e< ngres-.
First, we heard the gentleman from
New York (Mr. Payne) chairman of
the va> s atul means committee ind
the republican floor leader, make a
vitriolic attack 011 the speech of Hon.
Jonathan Prentiss l)olli\er, a repubh
< an senator from Iowa, recently de
In-red in the citv of De- Moines,
both speeches being upon the subject
winch will not d -wit at any man's
bidding, and which like the poor, we
have with u- alwavs. Nobody appoint
ed me to defend Senator Dolliver. This
much, however. I will -ay for him. 1
have for \ears regarded linn as the
greatest orator in the republican par-
ty. I would travel far to hear a de
bate on the stump l>etwen him and
the gentleman from New York. W lien
it was over, 1 am certain that the
countrv for a considerable distance
around would be -o fairly saturated
^jiili « ;i that ii would be d. : < roti-
to strike a match in the neighborhood,
! publican gentleman from New York
! upon the republican eiiat. • from
Iowa and the attack the repubh
can gentleman from Midi: an upon
1 he republican senator troin Indiana
1 t! I .v •. 1
llehold how good and how pleasant
it is for brethren to dwell 111 unity
and then conies to in\ mind tin ut -
'What is a Republican
"lu making a speech in diffuse of
his tariff bill Mr. Chairman P.mic ap-
peared to be piTlornun.. disagree
able stunt. He did not exhibit his u-
2 Lumber Yards 2
WORK WEAKENS KIDNEYS.
Doan's Kidney Pills Have Done Great
Service for People Who Work
We are now ready to
Iv-T lis figure on
1 The Brittain f
Mo-t Norman people work every
day in some strained, unnatural posi-
tion landing constantly over a desk
riding on jolting wagons or cars—
do laborious housework: lifting,
reaching or pulling, or trying the
All these strains tend to wear, weak
■ n and injure the kidneys unril they
'.ill b hind 111 their work <>f filtering
Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys, put
new strength in bad backs. Norman
cures prove it.
J. 1 \\ ilson, K. Eufaula St.. Nor-
man, Okla.. -ays "Mv work brings
a strain on my back and kidneys and
p doubt caused my kidney trouble.
! he pains in the small of mv bask
ofien became so acute that I could
tiardlv endure them and to stoop or
turn inickly nt -han> t wing - all
through my body. The kidney seen
t if ; ■> v- ■ ■ < I too 1 re<|uent 111 pas-
sage. Learning of* Doan's Kidney
Pill-. I obtained a supply at the Pio-
neer Drug Store and the contents of
two bov s restored me to good health
removing the backache and strength
■ ning m> kidneys. I think highly of
1 or s.-,b b. all dealers, price 50
nt- Foster Milburn 1 , Buffalo.
■ w ork. s de agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
ual enthusiasm or hi
about as cheerful a 1.1
a lawver appointed by
lending without lee a
1 v els certain will b<
hanged. Clearly it w .1 -
puisne job. but it hat
through with some w ay
W M. « ,n. II. «, i 1nd-.1v, hub
him a re-
o be gone
be in the frame of mind of \l
beth when about to murder Duncan;
'If it were done, when 'tis done, then
'twere well it were d< ne quicklj.
"Mr Chairman Pa\ ne u i- ■ ident
ly in a very fretful -1 ate. He a! o
seenis to be afflicted w itli a new iiis
ease, 'intermittent forgctfulue- ' IK
remembered with great \ividne-- tin
soup houses of 1 893 and 1<S94, but
when it came to tilt -1 up Iioum of
1907, a very resent > u curreiici. and
tin soup house ' f 1873, his mt ry
failed him utterly.
It does not need a psychologist 01
phrenologist to account tor tin- -taft
of mind on hi part, tli £ b< in?
that the soup houses of 1N~.< and .1' 1 .
republitan party, win!. th. >otip 1'
es of 1893, through the Outgrowth o
a panic caused by a republican tariff
bill, -prang up win demo • • .
president was in office
"1. will now drop thi gentleman
iroir, New York," < . claimed Mr
Clark, "and go after bigger game, to
wit: the president >t th< l.'nited
State- IK ;s not < ul\ the chief trav
eler, but i- the chief spokesman for
his party He deserves to be treated
with candor and respect, but 1 hav«
a perfect right to dissus- bis utter
ail« es as 1 would tho.s. of anv other
public man. I wish to call attention of
all concerned to tin fact that tin
president -aid on the 5th of \ugii-i.
1909. that* the bill is not a perfect bill
or a complete compliant-, with the
pronn es made strictlv interpret* ti
I submit that that declaration of th
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II,. L. Urigg-, J. J ilelrn-, M.
r.rown, Miller, ' >vve'U Donnelb v, John
Latest designs. New stock just
arrived. Come earlv and get
your pick. Prices very reason-
Drugs, Stati aery and Toilet
We can fill your prescription.
PALACE DRUG STORE:
t RED REED, Prop.
ident is a flat
assertion of the gcntlei
fin election of 1908.
1900, the pre sident w< 1
tin president inflicted
popularity, for right
made prior to
i think right .the American people
s ide for the ciiormit \ of tin- I'avne
Aldrich tariff bill On tin. 17th of Sep
tembcr, 19C*9, the '^resident said in
a lied.. In.w
Opposes Bond Issue.
station and iiy hall. We do not need
room: this icludt light and heat, if
Cleveland County Abstract Company.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
M. F. McFarland, Pres. Roy C Smith, Sec.-Treas.
THE W!St (MS
C O F.F E E
er. I am 1) und to
and it w<
•• rile |1(
corport isit \
xt day we he
. Michigan Mr I.
st hitter and vicious
deliver most bitter and vicious assault
upon Senator Beveridge the rcpubli
can bos- , 1 Indiana on account of a
speech delivered recently at India-
napolis A stump debate between these
two eminent republicans would dou-
ble discount in interest any vaude-
ville -how ever pulled off in \meri
ca. Ki-teirng to the attack of tin re
. 1 \ • red vv ha
change had come over the spirit of In
dream Thev could m t rocncil. th
if wo statements. Tin \ kin-v
August 5. 1909. and thev inai v
tariff bill that tin republican
ever passed. All the perfumes
baby the Blest* can not -vv, el
Pavne Aldrich tarn bill to ph-
jever passed by the Vmeri. an o
flicted 011 his own popularity."
It vou have a single item to bitv it
1 will pay you to wait for Mc< all's
I Challenge Sale.
\ nice line "f coffee Percol <■ i s at
! N.dan \ Martin's
Packed in Sealed Tins
AMERICAN COFFEE CO.
of New Orleans, Ltd.
Absolutely Pu.e, Aramatic. De-
Once Tried Always Used
at a Hiyhcr Price.
Three Pounds Will Make as many
as Four Pounds ol Most 25c
Brands Will hake
For Sale Only By
R. C. Berry
A Man of the People.
We arc headquarters toi bargains
in Oklahoma farms. If you are in
terested in farm lands you will save
time and money by -ceing the Camp
bell Investment Co. We have what
..Headquarter: 304 Campbell Build
ing, Oklahoma City.
L. C. GILES, Local Manager, in
First State Bank, Norman.
Congressional Power Plant.
The finishing touches u have just
bet n placed tm the exterior of "the
III...I. i p. \ i | ; i •;, . ■ ' : .■ , M.'
sj.5M.mo -trncture erected by the
I nited States go'. < rnrn. nt a stone's
thro.-, from the Capitol at Washing
power sj.ition .s to furnish heat, light
and power o th< entile group of im
meti:-. gov rninentai bui'ldngs or.
1 ins grotm of structures, embraced
•n an area of f. mr acres, includes the i
« 11 i' 1 nroper. the Senate office build
in tin II ous« of Repres. ntatives of j
iilding and tjn Coiigre>-n >nr\l
lilnarv I 'ltimat. ly the plant will also ]
be ■ aih d upon to supply the building
to bt < rectcd "ill tils group) to house
th- Stipre Mi. Court Popular Me
I his paper will tell you when Mc-
t all's Challenge Sale starts
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v Res. Phone 69. Office Phone (>G *'*
v C. S. BOBO, ;*
•I* Physician and Surgeon. *
'I' Office over Pioneer Drug Store *
* Meyer, Meyer & Morris
* Funeral Directors *
Licensed Embalmers. *
•I* Night I'non. 24J Day Phone ()/:''
• R. H. PENDLKTON, , ••
❖ Doctor of Dental Surgery • '
❖ Office over the l ir-t State Bank
•J* Norman, . Oklahoma • *
Royal fs the only baking powder made
front Royal Grape Cream ol Tarlar
M. -, Jack Ki.li. e #i l ilaughtiTMi-
A hiId e an I - n bar..' it M c
II • hall ,,pi
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Norman Democrat--Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, May 27, 1910, newspaper, May 27, 1910; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc153232/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.