The McAlester Messenger. (M'Alester, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1905 Page: 2 of 6
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1 he McAlester Messenger-
Published l:very l:riday
i Wilson Edge'.l, Editor and Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION. SI PER ANNUM
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«n second clmi mull iu*tt»T.
FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1905
THIS WEEK'S FLYERS
Union Labor Drifting.
It in now conceded by close observ-
ers i>t the trend of union l»»njr and
Socialistic conditions tliat the union
labor movement is rapidly drifting in-
to the Socialist party. Hvery victory
that capital wins over organised la-
bor driven the workers more and
more into the Socialist rank* where
they aro taught that the ballot box
and not the labor strike in the place
lor the workers to win. When cap-
ital, by the aid of corrupt court# and
hired military authorities, succeeds in
rendering impotent the effort# of un-
ion labor organisation* and thereby
drive* them into the Socialist party,
there will be something doing ami
plutocracy will not be long in finding
out that while it has succeeded in
vanquishing a comparatively harm
less but pesky little beaut, it lias fall
eli Into the hands of a mighty mou-
nter that will crush its very life out.
plutocracy, like tdaveocracy, will
have to be cited, but only when the
last ditch ii reached and its destruc-
tion is complete will it see. Mr. Bry-
an, with bis government ownership
theory, now indignantly disclaims re-
lationship to the Socialist, but he
is drifting and will soon get there,
just like his prototype, the gradual
emancipation fellow, did a generation
ago. He believed in some sort
of emancipation for the negro
slave, but was not an ' abolitionist."
Hut he was drifting, jutd we
all'kiiow where he hroght up finally.
In Mr. Brva n and his followers advo-
cating gove rnment ownership of pub
He utilties history is only repeating
itself. Watch Government Owner-
ship Bryan an* his followers and the
rilll-Hedged M.a>jialists as they drift
#nearer anil nearer together! To fav-
or gradual emancipation as against
the abolition of slavery was a distinc-
tion without a difference then, and to
fav«u* government ownership as
against Socialism is a distinction with-
out a difference now.
«1 .aft for 2H-inch fancy colored umbrellas
with fancy handles, in red. navy blue,
green and brown. A regular #'2.00 um-
brella You will And them
at the Cyclone for
■2Hc for ladies' black and white silk fin-
ished lisle button gloves. They are
ular 40c gloves; at the Cyclone rtQr
at, per pair Www
49c for black, white, navy and green
silk guarauteed silk gloves. They
are regular 76c gloves. You will
And them at the Cyclone
$1.19 for ladies' white India Linon shirt
wnists, trimmed with embroidery in-
sertion. They are 41.86
waists. At the Cyclone
19c a vard lor No. 40 soft taffotta or astin
ribbons, any color; regular* 26c 1Q-
ribbons. At the Cyclone
29c for ti-in. soft changeable ribbons, in
all the wanted colors. Some hand
embroidered and polka dot, at
the Cyclone, a yard "*v
49c a yard for 20-inch heavy corset cov-
er embroidery a regular 76c \al-
ue. You will find it at the Cy- aqa
clone, per yard
#1.76 a oair for ladies' white canvas ox-
ford shoes. They are nand trimmed
with celluloid eyelets; a regu- (TI ru
lar 92 60 shoe. At the Cyclone<P4« I v
#1.98 for ladies' hand welt tan Russia
" calf shoes. A regular »2.75 shoe. You
will And them at the Cyclone, <M (Jg
at. per pair
For This WeeK At
Japan had better hurry up her
peace negotiations with Russia or
there will be nothing left of the Rus-
sian" government to makepeace with
or get an indemnity from.
The open season for shooting So-
cialists in Russia is all the year round
and there are no posted districts or
The mayor of San Francisco has
made himself ridiculous by calling a
mass meeting of newsboys and order-
ing them to boycott the San FranslH-
co Bulletin. The Bulletin heads off
the boycott by giving Its papers to
tno newsboys free of charge. The
Bulletin lias been active in exposing
the shoreeoiuings of the mayor's ad
ministration, and as » direct result of
its exposures three men have been sent
to the penitentiary. It is safe to as-
sume that the Bulletin will still be do-
ing business in San Francisco when
Mayor Schmitz has been long out of
p. a, doyle,
LOCAL WATCH INSPECTOR Nl K
At Springer's Drug Store
McAlester, - - - -
/ B. F. COOK, *
Coffins, CasKets, Hears.
Ind. Ter. North Main Street. McAlester, Ind Ter.
Coal City Savings BanK,
McAlester, Ind. Ter.
Wisconsin has an anti-cigaraette
law. On June 30, the day before it
went Into effect, #20,000 was invested
in the cofttn nails by Milwaukee snips
and as the price was cut fn per cent
South McAlester has a Cyclone ev-
ery day, but ^he only thing that gets
bit is the high prices
your business solicited.
The mutineers of the Kniaz Poton-
a,H, as prue W.. .-v — kin certainly had the world fooled,
by the dealers in order to sell out be- Where they were expected to put up
fore the law became effective, some a battle with the Ulaca sea e» t t e >
20,000.000 of the things mnst have
been disposed of. This was sufficient
to have given cigarette smoking
quite an impetus for the time being.
Russia is aland of terrors. The Czar
and the Bureaucracy are a terror to
the Terrorists, and the Terrorists are
a (error to the Czar and the Bureau-
emery, while the Japanese are a ter-
ror to the whole out At.
South McAlester has a cow ordi-
nance; McAlester has not nor does
not want it. So this proposition alone
will Influence a big vote here again
did not even put up a bluff; where
they might have struck the shackles
from their country they were f-atistled
to tamely steam away after an aimless
orge of blood.
The Kansas City Journal is fright-
ened over the prospect of a stampede
of organized labor to the Socialist
party and in a lengthy editorial
sounds a hoarse note of warning on
The Bon-Ton Bakery,
SAH HOWARDS, Proprietor.
bread is the staff of life.
to be had. We make the
Delicious pies and cakes.
H . Ind. Terr.
Therefore vou should eat the best bread
best bread "and are anxious to serve you.
The papers tell about a fellow who
in trying to rais^ a cohless corn. If
will Intluence a mg vote nere sgnun he succeeds in this he might gain fur
annexetion, thus the town cow will b* I ther fame by producing a cramdless
an important factor in the campaign. cucumber and a stinkless onion.
* If it is Ice Cream and Cold Drinks
You want, call at Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Crossley's
Restaurant And Short Order House.
Special Attention To l adies. Appointments and service first-class.
Nau mimuu AMUw*«umiiniiiinnmiiiimiiMiimiiim»ii
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Edgell, B. Wilson. The McAlester Messenger. (M'Alester, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1905, newspaper, July 7, 1905; McAlester, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284217/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.