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VOLUME 5, NUMBER 22
, k-. . mi Up h n'ni i i.W''V'i-wwmhii -ift ijW')VW )l
years ago, when such men must be
awardod back seals In the councils
of tho party, or what would have been
far hotter, oxcliulod from its councils
altogether. These schemers began
their work during the Civil war and
have been scheming ever since. They
havo sown tho wind, and I verily be
lieve will very soon reap tho whirl
wind. We havo a largo lesson now on
in Philadelphia. God speed tho load
ers who aro honest and determined,
and may the tlmo sooii come when no
public servant will dare to do any
thing but what Is right.
Eugene C. Wolls, Watorville, Vt.
I herewith enclose primary pledge
"Wish I could do more for the cause.
I think this is a good way to get tho
peoplo interested in tho issues of the
day. Tho Commoner is doing a great
work, and you can count me as a
W. 0. Ilicksmall, Sacgertown, Pa.
I oncloso you twenty signatures to
tho primary pledge
D. W. Clark, Juliotta, Ind. I have
road The Coramonor over since tho
first issue, and would feol lost with
out it. I think the primary pledge is
all right. I hope tho common people
havo had a schooling that will last.
Enclosed you will find my signature to
C. E. Bilderback, Huntsvillo, 111.
I send pledge with sixteen signers.
PI. D. McCauley, Blackburn, Okla.
I send you primary pledge with fifty
two names. I believe in democracy
or in government "by the people and
for tho people" and not for the classes
against tho masses. I beliove in cut
ting off interest on money, because
it is a premium on tho measure of
valuo and when we put a premium
on the moauro of value we reduce the
products of labor to the amount of the
premium. I beliove in free trade.- -J-believe
in the. Kansas City tfatform
and will always be jCounS'ao'ing in my
own feeble way what I can for democ
racy. Win. O'Rielly, Concordia, Kang. I
send primary pledge with eighteen
O. N. Parker, Cotton, Roan County,
W. Va. I appreciate Tho Commoner
and uphold the cause it advocates. I
send you primary pledge and wish
The Commoner success.
B. E. Barclay, Tide Water, Ore.
I send you thirteen signatures to the
Z. T. Roundy, Milford, Texas. En
closed find primary pledge with forty
Didio Dion, St. Paul, Minn. Find
enclosed primary pledge. I believe
this plan is a practical one for an
efficient working organization. It
says to misrepresented democrats
everywhere "Help yourselves."
S. L. Daniel, Volncy, Va. Enclosed
find pledge filled out with the names
of true and tried democrats. If I
were able to get around among the
peoplo I could get more. I hope that
every democrat in the United States
will stand by his colors and keep
them floating in the breeze until we
win ono of the greatest victories
that has ever been gained in this
country. I am a democrat because I
believe democracy is right.
W. S. Cole, Hartsburg, Mo. I send
my name with four others attached
to the primary pledge, and feel proud
in doing so.
George R. Parsons, Pittsville, Md.
Enclosed find my primary pledge. I
heartily endorsed the free silver plank
in 1900 and asked some to get on the
platform with me, but in 1904 I did
not have any roomvjr-Jhj)lanlrwas
turned ujaways antf badly naiieU
it'Jttignt have been the jar at St.
"Louis. I would like to help build
a platform like that of 1896. It would
be O. K.
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