The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 87, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPIIAL.
By The Stat# Capital Company.
FRANK M. GREER. EDITOR.
Dally by Carrisr—Strictly in Advanoa.
One weak To.^US
Daily by M.if—Strictly In Advane*.
Ona month *i.oq
11, rea month* ^ 2^00
Six months •""!!]', 400
On. N^"^ulj>crlt,ll)n wj,| ke by mail in th* o. y ol
0 Guthrie. a
On* y—r by malt
On* yaar .
Beware of the man who never lets you forget tin-
Tavors he has*done you.
The revolutionists in Russia* have at least, sue
cecHed in causing mode bloodshed, a
CMn ' unrest would seem to lend color to Hi"
theory (.hat revolutions are contagious.
*" . • — • ,
Preen reports have it that "The Czar is worried.'
.Would not "frightened" be a better word?
It is abaut time to start the talk about the splen
did baseball team Guthrie will have next year.
Notwithstanding the tight in many cities on
1 }ce trust, the ico combine is still cutting considerable
Of course it goes without saying that the woman
who stampeded the Idaho republican convention
1 wsj' "lovely."
The chief duty of Secretary Loeb appears fn lie
to deny that President Roosevelt will agaui act' ,'l
A "lid' on the llnrt.je divorce trial jvould be more
popular than the Sunday "lid," and would eertiiinly
result in more good to the public.
lUE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1308
• DO Y01 WANT SCALE BOOKS? 5
® m~... ;* tko «nn whpn the Scales arc busy. . a
Hydro will have
Bart 1«..'His will build an auditorium.
Now is the seasorj when the Scales are busy
Watermelons and *lnger have a great
State Capital Scale Books are the Best.
I'awliuakft has a new federal building
and Postmaater 'Will ' Jj '*
See the Prices Below.
Here Is Our Form.
I.bs r*.a ir
(mtous. Iowa republicans arc real republican* in
t hik regard.
Though the con test between the Shaw^and C um-
miiiH t'oreeK in that slat" became so lively that there
—— | was tnlk of two tickets, the convention which met
i at Dcs Moines^ Wednesday ironed out the wrinkles.
j The platform Allows strong and deserved endorse
*0.1U ment of l^>th jjien. This instrument, upon which tha
(j. U. I', will again go to \ictorv in the Hawkey e
state is good reading. The part of^the platform
^ referring to national questions follows: • • ^
* — "We find abundant c^uae ftfl1 rejoicing in condi-
tions prevailing. The country as a whole is unceas-
ingly prosperous and our .state is experiencing the
climax of protection and prosperity. \N e are
rightly proud of the history oi*our party, which for
many years has determined the policies and directed
the administration of our public affairs.
"We#eommend the inspiring character, important
achievements and undaunted leadership of 1 heodore
Roosevelt. It is with exceeding pride we contem-
plate the confidence reposed in him by flic peoplt;ol
our country and the admiralion which he commands
from the whole world.
We are unalterably opposed to to the donftnation
of corporate influences in public affairs. We favor
the enactment of stringent statutes it) piirj« the
politics of our state annihilation from the corrupting
influences of corporate power, and we pledge our-
selves to the enactment of such Jaws as will render
il impossible and unpopular,for corporations l<« en-
gage in politics or in any way contribute to politics*!
"The abolishment of free passes on railway^ is a
most important step u curbing Uie inHuence ol
corporations in political affairs and we commend the
republican legislature which has enacted a law to
Ibis end. *
We are uncompromisingly in lavorol the Amer-
ican system of protection. Duties on foreign wn-;
ports should not be levied tor revenue only, hul
should be so adjusted as to promote our Joinesti"
interests* enlarge our foreign markets, secure re- j Nat|onMl Ql
numerativc pricey for the products ol o ir lact ries ai„,,i; , «
and farms and maintayi a superior scale ol wages w-;n b" '
and standard of living for American labor. W isl-
and unselfish tariff laws maintained in the interest
of the general welfare, especially opposed to foreign
control and domestic monopoly, in seential to our.
((Uinnercial and industrial prosperity. We believe
that all inequalities in the taritl scheifule, which,,
inevitably arise from the changing industrial and
The business mon of Guthrie show ti,,,, they have commercial conditions, should I,, adjusted from tin,.
dumber wl.l soon on the move mak-
ing new ^orn cribs, new cotton gins ar d
• >, .
Kingflaher «'Ounty Bundftj* fchou! con-
vention will be he'd «: Omega on A 6
28 and J4. all day and evening of both
The ladies of the \V. r. T I at fttlll-
w,i f have f^abl shed a test room ^or
the benefit of farmer's wives and daugh-
R.lly Bryan has interviewed King Ed-
ward* i nd Wtora Jjon \\ lonon and Bo * 0
n, ft awaJtloi ; - r«s ilta of ■
sifting. • # j
Miss Mabel Bray was tiie popular Law-
ton la i> that r^elved the Ham.Hon
p.nio given by the News-Republican.
SI,,, j-o.-dved lTl;:,3o votes.
•Two women had a hair pu! n* time f
ri, kasha and at Hu-ir ^rlal presented
as evidonre . handful of hair. The judge
RHva then, a good le ire and put
ruder pe.ee bonds. The case was styled
••Woman's Rights. *
The Oklahoma National Guard will,
mob'lite in Guthrie about the -'1st of
September and after dri l nB for tUee ,
I day? will ne trnnafe.red to Fort Riley,
j Kansas, for a week attending the "school
of instruction." j
'• Corn M *l
Iku Irish Potatoes.
__ • • sweet Potatoe*
"" a l.i me
.... lbs. X" ^
, . . . bUS. Kve
• SoTgum Seed
DRIVER OFF. Wheat...
. Driver on.
W eigher. (i^on
1 Book of .
2 Books of .
6 Books of .
12 Books of .
. 250 Tickets, $0.75
" 41 1.50
•« •' 4,00
* 11 •' 6.00
my C...- • ■■ «>" 0" "
moiirt . Jii..i of UM Knl.1 Sa l". 18 « •
,.,.„Jp,I n the al.. a >:.. # « W
-po:o" . Hi"" u in m/H'< ..
, ,4,- 1 f bellyache uprea- like patrotlstn
IS. a-iyloly we CVC" aw.
The Se Clrit a'.i«ejt ra of :*t" 'J::l •> '
ud will mobil re n Outhr.
h of Atigv.f i tiie-e t e-
on the rn't*\l S' ?*.• s piy
map" ta*. .
on the w.iv to :ur s*h
€©! •© •©•••© •«•••©•
i missed I:
u good understanding of tho city s noods by the wa>
they are going after a $100,000 hotel.
Paving and a hundred thousand dollar hotel are
to be hail by Guthrie in the near future. Now, let's
go after a suitable county court house
Harry Thaw >vill.ask an acquittal on the "unwrit-
ten law" rather than h pjea of "emotional insani-
ty." Public opinion of him is improving
time: and condemning without reserve all assault- \
upon the protective tariff system, we favor such'
reasonably and timely changes ;fs will keep the tar i|iin.1(g„ Sa.,linja>
iff in harmony with our industrial and commercial ( sona^- < f • 1
I Hi v t-*i rand offiel
progress. • !
"We favor reciprocity inaugurated by Blaine and l uiey nau ^
[advocated by McKiniey and lioosevelt, as recognized j .
in republican platforms and legislation.
\! S. I! M
<• unite 1 in
at the par-
the r fr ends
«'!• w'.ll Ollt
ore 1 was di.i-
, n n 1 lie Reader f"- Aujus!. I 0
,b I. f. : Not L)eat , ljua s lipped ^
1 > 1.. c k ! o
!.,10 nf ai ms; and htMhed the home-
41 fair3 tales; and laid In wrack O
. and < IT« n-.| d< 1 .' v
f, 1 Y * 11 s plenltw■!<• iin 1 ' O
oi'g" ' I O
, ... 1 *• - hi" nel o
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.il I '.I IVM 1 i etotie ... . " ■ | ^
w '.It life s priiie.
4 ., pun mfne
1 tUe WW that
BRONSON & BR0NS0N
Faini Loans, Insurance and Abstract
Only Complete Abstracts of Title in Logan County .
' You Pay Interest and Principal at Our Office
Oldest and Largest Insurance Agency in Oklahoma
L. C. lironson
Guthrie, 0 T.
\V. M. Bronson
Black building 118 West Oklahoma Ave
The price of (Tilde oil dropped three eenls upon
the return of .lohn 1). Hoekefeller ti. ti I is e.tiuiti\,
mid the press#is now askiiiu "11*1" much did the
trip cost t"
"Bill" Cross should >eeure nil interview with the
lone woman who was*nble to lirenk the republican
•ulate in Idaho. Il might be of ndvantane to liiin in
bis effort to down the Oklahoma democratic machine.
The way the republicans have been harmonizing
and burying all personal L'rievances i* proving u
body blow to the dcnu.cratic.part^, as is evidenced
hv the strenuoilK efforts being made hv the organs
of that party to renew the^stritV, Harmony in the
find district is now assured an.l ij'eans the election
of the republican*nomince for congress by fully
fi,000 majority. • • *
• The republican^ of Iowa endorsed the reciprieity
doctrine ..f Itlaine iiu.l McKiniey, llie principle of
which is that the valuable American markets for
products which cannot be produ.^'d in this eouVtp',
should be used in opening equally valuable markets *ood. whether it be m
■ . i _i . ...i.. i ......i .krti.... .I«h mrt 111 *i>t
however, has undoubtedly bee >
>v the reeent eapoaure of abuses
Mini:o Tills will all he impM.ved
if new law, and the salt s of 1'ie
n produc ts abroad will soon pans
hest records of 19W or prevlouB
the Oklahoma and Indian Territory Nat iona
(iuar.ls non partisan organization at their meeting
iu Guthrie this week. The Governor was aske.l to
address Hie meeting and many wore the expressions
of friendship and high regard for him. The reso-
"Whereas. We have noticed with feelings of in-
dignati.ui and contempt. Ih.' xcunnlous attacks l.e
character assassins and affidavit brokers, upon tlf
.'hara.t.'t' >.f our eomnian.lcr iu .-luef in whom w.-
believe, ffuch methods are yispirqii by unworthy
motives and e ntirely without foundation, therefore
be it resolved that we denounce them.
"R,solved by the officers of the National tisard
of Oklahoma and the Indian Territory tfiat we yin
our faith to our commander in eljiel. Honorable
Frank Krantz, governor ol Qklahoiua. 1 hat in
the breast of every loyal American citizen there is
an inherent admiration for kli.' man who makes
the mining camp, in the
tected for Americans.
* In announcing the names of 4lir twelve rtklahonia
"democrats to participate in the reception lor Bryau
New York. National committeeman Hillups said
"In making the above appointments? the selection
%| possible eaudidates lor office areTullv
avoidnl." Among those selected are lion W. L:
J'agleton of Pawnee, at)d Mfjur L. G. Niblack. I«
of possible candidates for office was carctully
men for the nomination to congress is 'persona
non grata to the democraflc orguni/.ation 1
The lml.an T erritory will get no si are of the
Oklahoma school fund uitlil ljHW accotdui^ ... eon
• servative estimates, which uieaus a loss to t'ln! tcr
nton of ali.tit $'J.".0,0<W Had Oklahoma laws been
extended over the Indian Territory they would be
receiving their share now. Vml the people ol the*
Indian Territory will remember I hat jl lie deniijcrali.
papers arc the ones who stro/ffcly opposed the cxten
.ion of the law*, because they leare.ni woufil give
the republican part> an advantage. •
for they had meant to k
;pr nd the
'"V""1 ,n our] "airt •nmeimng , el needrt-i., prol.ct I
i " ' * | lh. oonsomers. Tlu Mml m-1
NON PARTISAN BODY EXPRESSES !".1" ."-""f. S :na,,#-S5r«V.U .«o .over, oieet. foe InUnjUt.
CONFIDENCE IN GOVERNOR FRANTZ n „„
The high esteem in which Governor FVant* in u#n; w*ndf «w he h 4 Ln • A res •
held hv all fair. loyal Oklahomans, regardless of | ^ ^ a i.ea:• ot : « 11 i-'ne , . • - p;- -■ at t ^ ^ \
their party beliefs and atliliations. was clearly set ] hi, m- .^ d land that lJ|*re, ti^dewme'nM-a^'rte !'h^":m''iit |
forth in the resolutions adopted by the officers 01 waa m..«- ir-- « 'J1 ®" *■" , ,, made nos.^o t.nder me,
- • ■
wool anil II ji.Hl . ; ,,, .,,,,1 n llie oynUle worl.1.
, ,.^ ,rtv« 1 hilt !'e .state tind citv law-making bodieH j
. - WAr-strsg E HtmtsL sa st;
^ ; ;f •• • ■ ; ■.
. ., f.v T- , who I ..llon . Rive It"' Am. I an P<
li, T rc!.« W mesrli. .ear,,,, ..... | mnlrun. ..Iv.n.aS. «« of any
he-- body In vlgnrou* play, has no t me ; othet «.°u"ir>.
::u:rrl„:;;:.:: r * bachelor •
He thankful .h.l ^.rybody''w. 'di. be poor U e
hanging around w ith their elders, readm* '
'r,endV J |
e.iri'lnn "JSTh j .ZZmT* To in publ.e Is
contsined quite a number nf uunkard. j wife.
a thriftv. religious sel which i« we 1 ^
, LITTLE SMILE makers. .,
The ' D.inkar.tv k)>.«« • ' | I
norm.." It a ... and have r- ar . el#...it.on here t • •• I B' .
„«b !• ,1.1 T.'at • I '■ .S H .-Le . a,
foot-WH..li n* he .. ..." of I.'uer T.. him an.l had none when he left. -Jada*.
,a. i i w sker# and shave th.'
UD,„.r up ,.. • . .. .... ,... their .ials "If eroa, my path W.
, I .... Itrw . a • I- hf lew «. ..".a wa , . 1 he n an « 111 the r .| (a
'menta T . women, aea. quaint lutie ! "W aie you «o!n« > «" aji
bonnet., ve, v plain apparel ... ••* . , tat.' a.k« <i'«" 9t*'
shadt-H of gr.i>« and browns, and ala J man. • #
a.rlctl* "e . e of j.'Wflrv. The* . — a^thano.
... , „ .■ ......fllns p.-.i- nevu i.. ...... ">•' - a*1
aeek „u .. le 'bar .ell«ion on al I aUe-l on foul* lad.-, a.t ... • .
eommuni* 1 make I.O.I 'Huh! V.u m.u.' I- a qa.Uar. m
a. and . r«- the poke, (.'land "I .1 «-P n
could - settled by a hotter| :f I Had a hand Hke "hot. Delro
! We Gall Attention <
This week to the new line of Hollan.1 l'.namel Ware
as displayed in our west window. There probably is
not a presiding genius in any kitchen in the citv
■but what wtfili appreciate a few pieces of this goods. ■
It is bright, clean, substantial ware. The assortment
slarge au3 varied, and we assure you our prices are
very moderate. Call and investigate.
GUTHRIE GLASS and CHINA CO.
20S t. OKUIIOM* AVE.
wiliirin.^ Wlii;:,, ..an I p.,st„m It'psr, in tl„ de„ivr,,„o„« of th,
ZZnlXpliid by L,riea„ producers nr. pro- terior. or as ,bi,f ,x,,,.Uv, of Ih, great,., terr,
• . ' • ...... il... u,.r 1.1 has ever kn
IOWA REPUBLICANS HARMONIZE AND
DRAW UP A STRONG PLATFORM
Republican*, nolwithstanding favlionsl tiithts for
control of th, various org ni ations. niny always
br depended upon l« Act with sens., in the .-nd. sink^
j„P individual prej.tdiMH, and uniting for the good
nf th, party and'he l > ....
yirineinl/'s that Uavo made ,..utic , • I
tory Ih, world has ever knuvvjt. ami ijial to a man
whos, life Iws been an opeu book all honest men
should pay tribute. • '
"Therefore, be il resolved, lhat the Nation*!
liifor.l of Oklahoma and the Itfdiuii TAriiory, in
convention assembled at Ouljti'ie. ..n the lirst .lay
of August, 1(101'., lhat we compliment Itieodor"
lioosevelt, the president of the t'liited Sidles, .Ji
tus selection of a ^ovfrnor of Oklahoma, an.l.Hull
we1 say Jo linn in that selection he has mail, the
\vtsesl choice and that the N;*i..ual Uuard officers
desire to affirmatively go ord and say Ihal
in Governor Kranti they have the embodiment of
the heroic soldier and ail ideal citizen. On the
friiitted ,dges of civili /at%in. with our f hanging
over, tie iiiidersianil Ijilly the opposition to any
Ulan wtti makes good, and that the more opposition
that" may cine to Governor Krantz will cement to
linn the aggress** endor ement#of the best nun
^f both territories."
The meet dig which thus deservedlv eif«nrse.l the
nrivate life^it' Govern.ir Kranti, wJI attend..I l.>
Col. Kov Hoffman Chandler, General lyi 1.
Keeves nf Muskogee, Major Klta Jaytie of Kdnlond,
lneut Hngl* Scott of Waukomis, (.'apt. Wet ,i of
\ J. B. FAIRFIELD
< TRANSFER, COAL AND STORAGC
5 Receiver* And Distributers of Car Lots
J *E<ST GRADE SOF COAL ALWAYS IN STORE
« OQODB PAGKED, 6TURE D AND SHIPPED TO ORDBlt
\ Quick Service at ail Times
> Phou® No. SO. 407-409 West Harrison Atw. |
i«>nr rnwwaWVi'W.**"^ Vi e^ij
.. .u. 1J. Ilni__.itJi . a —
tK,ay«>r pe p.
AMERICAN MEATS ARt BEST 1
01obe-I)«nioiTat * |
S*'cr tary Wilson, of thf deimrtment of
agriculture. ** undoubtedly correct in
saying Ibat Vmrn-an mMt| and
prrwltttis ar<' ^ to th«!>e produced
n ui •**•! • • « "> T,"lr mor«-
ovir. will >'• lmin^el by V infection
a* i. the rules for which have ju«t been
p*>mul«*iwl >'x th* mv^eAHrv. As recent
• evelntlons have iown sotnr bad conai-
t#.n« in th«" Si. ■ er house* of Knfland.
Germany an l Australia, our own will
*iave a <!«• ded tdvwnlar" over nil the
-Hinoern# «* ^on (he rsquirsn^ants «*f
the new Ihw «re fuH> n#'
vet* to expected, the packers
|Mh e Prs«i.
I "llers: you. sir. • rle.t the Irate
| ceiitleinsn. ' okl" . I '"'I vou n,v"r
ler lllla N"'
Ins J.iiiliter'. peratotant su or. "V"u
sa.rt il..'. to ...... I.^"1.1. 1 j
, ltt„brd l.i the w a. .pnjailelptila
lea.llfi* *.i«*-- yesterday |
inv lUSMUM an eminenj
r,.marked the visitor, proud-
■Wiridn't tnwift n Milo th ng
•.■plied Mt s. Qoldro*. enroot-
■ re nil slandered more or
(I'errvT General Niles, tfeneral Burlingame. C„l.
Clarence ^,11 Douglas, Col dim Humphrey Col.
tlreen, l.imt Win,land, "Major Hawley, ('apt
Browning. <'in>t Shaffer, <'•>t«4 ( utsinger.•Lieut.
Brown. Major ll.ir ('apt llighley. < apt llarrel^..n
V,,,. r. i*nnt (Irimslcv. I.ieula. Wilson and
i Ovlbert ,
1 v "O. y
like that, ;■
II. F th^ "H . e'r. v">. "• n"l ' 1«
ninn I sh'.'.U Cke '.a ..
la* *"jn tso. . . : rt«
„;,m,..r.««.mplr .l.si v„ Ir, th. m,n 1 ^"l
f th. nil " "I Ul" "" • uw-<n-<*« > m "« «•-
n the r .'aMreal to aaMat 'He tn peetor. nil .nuke Viflir .l .i«h'er atlee *e f.ir
t |Mr -ori Z+mm ut Mt. a.-1 we hv r^JHe. " <*"
■lonal «"ver. •, .um0ot «|tpta a. t>all> .
-r,r.r.v,,.-.t;;.t.i ■,-«•«. —
i^n-i he*. ,.lf rMa.lv In .h- .' «r "" v - '
e: A,„r, „,„t an.l mem proil • >.k l mam - .' '
..n.enred «1.h I"' *■•>>>" • «. •' "y' " ,h,>
«... i'..-. f Hiia l> <•-■ '•> «' - ■ '
'.lEntaa- e..unaa'. oureh.«- on a Xie* ... I...,'
rount Of the d^andmrm of a lar*. p*
III West Oklahoma /Vveune
THE GENERAL 0EFICES OF THE
: Ft. Smith & Western:
St. Louis CI Reno :
j Western Railway's ♦
WiM move August first to the American
Express Company . building, No.* 1 1 1
West Oklahoma Ave. between Fair De-
partment and Grand Leader Stores. „
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