The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 88, Ed. 2 Sunday, August 5, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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the oklahoma state capital, sunday morning, august 5, 190fi.
By The Stat* Capital Company.
FRANK H. GRECR. EDITOR.
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The talk just now
indicates that Cummins is u
The Czar is proving that a Russian should rank
with a mule in stubbornness. •
Sam Jones pflaces Roosevelt above
Washington. And like Washington,
l'uses a third term.
THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPIIAL g0vern0r frantz soundsthe
• keynote republican splech.
(Jovernor Frantz, at the banquet tendered by the
Bartlesville Republican club, to the visiting republftane
la.-t Monday ftight, delivered the keynote speech <rf the
republican campaign* in Oklahoma. His answer to the
<|uefltion, "Can Rcpub^cans carry Oklahoma?" \va#"W
call and we will' and with this slogan for tlieir battle-
cry, the republicans of the new state will go on to
sweeping Victories. •
The add rem was given in response to the toast "The
forty-sixth Star" and appears elsewhere in this issue
the Slate Capital. As^t is destined to be one of the
principal campaign documents in the coming political
rontcsts, it was held until Sunday so that it would be
more earefully^and more widely read.
3 • fl(^'rpHa G°vernor Frantz has admirably set
forth the republican^position in concise form. The ad-
dress is brief, T>ut comprehensive and complete, while in
the selection and arrangement of the words and the
thoughts, it is a literary treat.
I he hearty reception given this keynote speech at-
tested its merits. It brought forth many enthusiastic
cheers frotn those who had the good fortune to hear it
delivered at Bartlesville, and Governor Kraut/, was com-
plimented 011 all sides.
I he new stato is republican. - It is republican be-
cause the republican principles are right. It is repub-
lican because republican administration of government
has never failed to bring prosperity to this country.
It .is republican Jbecause the republican party is the
party of 'achievement and stands sauarelv before the
country ppon its record, what it has done for the coun-
try, anil what it can do. Democracy, on the other hand,
is constantly changing. One year it stands for thy? and
the next year for that. Its vacillating policies always
bring industrial ruin. It offers nothing to Oklahoma,
-even the democratic campaign committee thought it
unwise to declare to* the people of the new state the at-
titude of the democratic party to the issues of the day
in advance of the constitutional convention election".
I here are thousands of persons in the two territories
who will cast thpir first votes' in the coming elections.
I hey will not vote the ticket of their fathers unless
they consider that, the party of their father? is 4tut party
fhat offers most to Oklahoma. Thev would have Ok-
lahoma rank as one of the broad, progressive, well-gov-
er.ned, powerful states in Ihe union, and foi;that reason
the^' will affiliate with the republican party, the party
which is the most liberal in its views, the most pro-
gressive, and, as Governor Frantz said"the paitv of
the farm and the forge." which is always found fighting
the battles of all the people. It protects American in-
dustrfes and insures employment to American labor at
pod wages. It holds out everything to the younger
voter whq is seeking to affiliate with the partv of tb?
present and the future and not the party of the* dead
Oklahoma is republican, and every republican should
go forth to battle shouting the slogan sounded by Gov-
rnor Frantz, "We can and we will."
Russia should start the revolution without
much fooling if it wishes to retain the interest*of
the reading public.
During the^e hot days people are getting a higher
Ptgnrd for the wisdpm of Walter Well man, who has
departed for the North Pole.
Bryan is a poor forgetter, as Is evidenced by his
reviving the Bulivan fight which resulted iu his
deoisive defeat at St. Louis in 1904.
• The democratic nominees in Michigan are already
piilling off the ticket. Though these are prosperous
times they do not feel like throwing money away.
Tulsa World:—"If we understand Governor
Franttu correctly, he advocates taking the common
people into the confidence of the party. No better,
saner, sounder, political doctrine was ever promul-
The German tariff war scare is little more than
talk. As one authority puts it, Germany will con-
tinue to use no more of our products than she must,
but she will not buy a dollar's less worth *than she
According to Dun's Review the earnings of th«
railroads of the country are on the increase. Noth
ing spells " prosperity" ii^ large type more plaint}
than the incftic and foreign commerce of the countrv
1? you affiliate with the democratic party, you
will f e compelled to guess what you and your party
stand for. The leaders l'eav* the result of holding
a state convention and making a declaration of party
principles and have tabooed the (linn.
# In extending sympathy to the Russiait p< ople, *do
likewise to tt\e democrats of this country for they
have, an all powerful Czar directing even the affairs
of the state organizations as was demonstrated by
"the latter ordering the democrats of Ulifcois to "fire"
♦ EDITORIAL COMMENT ON ******* * " * * * «
♦ EVENTS OF PAST WEEK *
The talk about the democratic party being the
party of high morality has been suddenly hushed
in Michigan. The democrats in that state voted
down tike resolution to investigate Tom Taggart, and
demand his resigatiou if the charges against him
Vinita Chieftain: "The •Oklahoman is engaged
• in trying to prove that the initiative and referendum
is a democratic policy. The Oklahoman is confron-
ted with a rather difficult task, in view of the fact
that the system is in operation in this country only
in republican states."
Senator Bailey of Toxa\who has been secured by
the democrats to stump the new state. iseitil] preach
ing slavery and secession in his public speeches and
says that he is teaching his children that such thiugs
are right. He does not represent the sentiment of
his loyal patriotic constituency. •
"Buck Campbell of the WaukoTnis Hornet savs
that the "Old Guard'' wil not bolt and he gives color
to his statement by announcing for McGuire lor
congress. Everything is harmony in the first dis-
trict and every member of the constitutional couveu-
tion from the counties comprising it will be a repub-
Shawnee Journal (dcm.) ■"'IV democratic com-
mittee in the new state ought to i^ue an 'imperative
mandate' to the candidates and some of the newspaper*
that are preaching populist socialistic*!.>etrines and
'recall' their attention to the fact that they cannot
use the democratic label on those brands of political
The new #atc is offering great <ft?^actions for
the politician in ^anarch of excitement. Colonel Dick
Blue hurried to Bartlesville after the paisage of the
statehood hill, and is now talked of as a candidate
for congress. Should he make the race the Indian
Territory will witness some of the most exciting
polities in the w- t as Blue, a Kan^a.
cotton, corn and fruit carnival
would be a winner-for guthrie.
A cotton, corn and fruit carnival, one fhat would
furtfish amusement and entertaiment for all classes,
and at the same time especially attract the farmers
would prove a'good thing for Guthrie. Cities in the
South hold annual cotton cotton carnivals, those ip
California. Florida, Colorado and I'tah fruit earn*
vols, while corn fetes are popular in Kansas and
Iowa. Cotton, corn and fruits yield abundantly in
Logan county,*and why whould not a corn and
cotton carnival and fruit fair, if properly advertised,
bring thousands of people to Guthrie for a week's
If such an entertainment is to.be pulled off. -work
on .it should begin at oru'e. Furthermore it
should have the backing and endorsement of the
Business Men's Leagpc and the 50,000 club. They
should stand as a guarantee to the farmers of the
county and the people of the territory that all who
attend will get their money'a "worth of fun.
Too many Guthrie street fairs and entertainment.,
have been pulled off by individuals, who had in
mind tly?ir own gain, rather than the welfare of*the
city. In fact people have made money off of
Guthrie's good name as an entertainer, and have
disappointed many people. *•
In the future it would be well for the merchants
of the city to refuse backing to all street fairs and
other public entertainments that have not the en-
dorsement (ff the commercial bodies of the city so
that it will be certain that the thousands o& outsid-
ers who visit Guthrie will go away pleased. •
The State Capital would like an expression frrtm
the commercial bodies of the city on the carnival
A DICTATOR OR A REVOLUTION:
Ihe people of Kusaia may taka the r J
choice. This seems to express the terrible
situation existing |n Russia
'I hlngs moved rapidly last wes.\ Pre-
mier fltolypln succeeded In comrietlng
hlH cabinet, but failed to se.:-, the ap-
proval of Emp<ror Nicholas ..-t) th re la
every indication now that the Csar ln-
tenda to establish a mif.tan dt taiorshlp
under ffls uncle <Jrand Duke Nicholas
Rtolypln had planned a liberal cabinet
an*J the promulgation of reform* but ho
encountered an unexpected > <t 1*1,? in t!ie
Czar'* attitude. Nicholas, doubtless er-
roneously n.scribes the pre ;u Situation
in Russia to Ids reform policy, and as a
result i« yielding to the'advice of the re-
actionaries, bis former advisers. If they ii
are successful Russia's government will be !
placed back In the position it occupied I VT
before the war with Japan. • I 5^
On the other hand there are Increasing J ♦ )
signs of revolution. The unrest In the mil- j
Itary quarters was shown by the mutiny OS
nt Svcaborg, where the revolutionists! ai
were successful until the battleships ap- j *?
peared on the scene. The Sluing could be |
distinctly heard at Peterhof. and the ro- 1 Xl
yal family wa.«% wlthiy,tne range of the 1 ♦ *
guns of the fort Arrangements are now '
being mads for the retirement of the Csar! We
again, it: in.- st. petersburg
Though the revolutionists were unsuccts- i |
sfs(ul in their preliminary encounter they a*
have promulgated a general etalke which *1
will certainly prove an endless cause <•: ! 2T
bari'shlps and trouble. *
The future is dark for Russia. No pne J Qy
can see the way clear. A •revolution ;s i ji
nBw threatened on one hand and a mill- * 1
tary dictatorship on the other. The wholo
country Is a vlocano which at any mo- !
ment may break forth, though the rum !
blings may oontinue for years before the
eruption begins. Yet. in time, it is cer-
tain fb occur.
$7.50 .. $7.50
SUIT SALE ON
* To close out all of our '
We have reduced the price of all
$10 a n d
This is a positive and
sale Look in our West window
and be convinced.
« A. 0. FARQUHARSON, High Grade Clothier.
ALL REPUBLICANS ARE PLEASED
with the action of the Iowa state re-
putyican convention. Governor A. B. Cum-
mins had the majority of tho people be-
hind him, and when this was evidenced
no further effort was made lo defeat him,
and his support from the Perkins men
will be Just as loyal from this day until
election day as that of the original Cum-
mins men. Harmony In Iowa has a good
ffect nationally. The .| mocrafs
♦* | A A + +■+ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦—♦ ♦ ♦
of Germany. When America goes on re-♦ more style than some men because they
cord this falUfor republicanism, the Get-; have Dhe;i taxes (paid.
man demand of favoritism in our tariff!
schedules will be withdrawn. The present J Fully lO.CCO peopde iwlll nrfctnetvi t!\e
bluster will deceive few and if the domo- Boston Bloon.er girls and UM U *
craflc party becomes the stalking horse | team play bs'.l toduy ait Dawson.
of German Interests against Anierican in-j
of thejterests it will be the loser.
,-k I w
ay ft go<
country were confidently counting on a
split which would he taken • by the
country at large as an evidence of •dis-
organisation In the National party. The j , .#
rc.ult 1. exactly oppoBi'- . | notf, l. «(1ly rclalfdn^. and l*„e, trade
Th. pk'tform, al.„, ,S, ample " "J" V " ^ A,""r" ,n
for npubUou &.tlon "W. r. unt''1".' ®".r),wh*re h« American a.er.t.ry
• The Kremiln. Garfield county, New .Era
| moves the nomination of Bir.l £>. Moll -ir - j
SECRETARY ROOT'S TRIP Ls certain oe made unanimous for rongrfHsnvun of
bring about a bettei
compromisingly In favor of the American
system of protection. Duties on foreign
imports should not be levied for revenue
only, but should bo so adjusted as to pro-
mote our domestic industries, enlarge our
foreign comerce. * secure remunerative
prices for the product of our factories and
farms, anfl maintain the superior scale
of wages and standard of living of Amer-
ican labor " Those .jire the sound princi-
ples. which are lifting the I'nited States
to the front rank among tffe nations, and
are maintaining domestic prosperity.
ALL REPUBLICANS ARE PLEASED
permitted on the# issues of government
bonds in the futur\ If a way can be found
end them. This decision was reached
after the success of Samuel Byerley, the
American Express Company clerk, who
obtained an award of I6.S00.000 Panama
bonds from the treasury department, and
succeeded in transferring his claim to a
big banking house, realizing in this way
an Immediate profit <* from JlO.O'iO to
$20,000 though he had ngt one cent to in-
vest. Byerley Is fort\ -eight years old, has
a family of six children, and a comfort-*
able apartment In t ratfler exclusive sec-
tion of New York so he can hardly be
termed po^r He has studied bond issues
for year/ and undoubtedly his nerve made
him a fortune for his services will be In
demand In thp future. lie has a hobby
of French literature and will now spend
a vacation In France, Thouf
nnd the country for that matter is wish-
ing Byerley success, yet It Is now certain
that a cash deposit must be required with
all bids In life future, or hundreds of per-
sons all over the country will try to
duplicate the performance of Byerley.
GERMANY HAS MORE TO LOSE than
has the United States In a tariff war.
nnd few men can be found who woidd
cut off their own nose to vent a spite by
making themselves look • disagreeable
For that reason the attitude of Germany
as expressed by Baron Von Sternberg.
state wu.s# warmly received, with signs
of sincere friendship, and everywhere l e
made a g .>d Impression as was evidenced
by the pres^ comments. •
Secretary Root's object in making the
trip Is principally to learn how to secure
the markets of •America for America. The
the first dtetnhot.
A number of El Renoite.-* enjoyed a
both at Peach lake this wee'-. Amon?
tlwwe In «the party were .I>m (Duffy, the
newspaper oorrospondt*.!' and Tom Reid,
c-and'idnte for congress.
md in two
■ '.*•!• supply."
Gub Hamel, ipresidcn>; of t.he !■ * 1- is bank
has arrived ait Jburfbuix. Gvrm#wiy ad
arranging to bring over a coCony erf Ger-
coinmerclal not political • mans H'is paiiiner, John Rlnehai'i will
American countries have meet him In Aimstefd'am.
misunderstood the I'nited Stat. -. but th^ -—
following lucid expianatfrm of the policy! Mr. D E. Ponce, rrmrtager of t?.e
of the I'nited States, part of Root's ad- ' "Crazy IPouse' aJttiwdtlon at t x? earn vai
dress delivered to tiie Pan American con-j and M" Frank OveHtOy of Chandler,
grfss at Rio de Janero laves no room for Oklahoma .pianist ux flhe IvN'.vric >:h©altre
dcubt;— " I were mnrrled aK Fredowla, Kstnaas lost
"We wish for no victories Except those1 Tuesday. ^ .
of peace. We wish for no territory except -—
our.own. and no sovereignty except over Tecumseh Republican;
•urselves. W - (feem the Independance' Gro«w4 and the way look drea.ry
and rights of the smallest and weakest1 L«i*h and the pui'b grows Ij'ighi.
member of the family of nations entitled j for a welcome .Tii*ic.
to as mueh respect as that of the greatest] Brings simshlne, ,whii.ie
empire, and we deem the observance of ^ frown shirts out <he lighs.
that respe t to be ti; chief guarantee for ; —•
thf weak against the oppression of the Editor Herbert, a handsome ba-lrtheadeA
strong. We neither claim nor desire any; bs h®lorwft* htfriiMMM ttoeTUfven
rights or privileges of power that we do sno" on ,hft -d® of h'8 hf*ld- whites t'.e
not freely concede to every American re- <"'^wing In his pa„er,-the tWy R e-
We wish to Increase out prosperity [
and t? grow In wealth nnd wisdom of
Chondler TiUbune; W II. ^fente*1
f this com
akers aad if or fo^y-flv in.nuies J
id hekl his aud!i | e Vpeil bound
fflr a c<>
linf of thy dan,
"AJi, ha, me |jt :
a in 1?
I prise; "You con lead a g!i\J to w-a/'nr, but
you can't make <her swim."
down and profit t:
all friends to* a <
York I *rowth that we
' I and* stronger toge
henry clews posts a unique
national prosperity BULLETIN.
llenrv Clews, tho well known Now York banker
has posted the following National prosperity bulle
tin on the yalla of his oftlee. It is brinpinV fArtli
raueh eomment among Wall street men and Jrom the
presa. * *
"Corn erop this year, 2,70(1.000,000 bushels
''Wheat erop, 772,000,000 bushels.
"Cotton erop, 11,000,000 bales.
•Tnitfd States Steel eorporation's net protit for
tho last <^iart. !•. $4^000,(MX).• •
"A man died today in Aneonia, 111., who weighed
4G0 pounds, and was 73 inches around the waist.
This should not be surprising. I>«caus. lit- borit
in the eorn bo* countrv.
"A dark lady in Texas recently gave birth to
six little blackit'K. *
VMifct country! What a paop'.ci"
trait and ;i
nated against b|
that count- - now preparing to assess j T
the highest •;> of duty against the 1'ni- W
• • J State- ]• - . ted by the Kalsei - | ^
statesmen • democratic party will
Issue. As soon as I
fifth dissected befor%cn>'
ed. Shrewdness Is Q« rtnan
campaign is'coming on In
s rnberg sees ^ a possib.*
secure for h!s country an
K<' in tariffs, which while
ny would In the end do
tes much harm commercl-
islng us friendship wttn
wn.ch would be discrimi
At- ofyhe refusal to jh
unfair advantagi j
spirit, but our concr-ptiun of the true way
to accomplish this , o pull others r'u,hr n,,'f th®
b,;j ,,, ho)p 1 H.uturiny and anxing.-1 ship fi
i by the car load fr<*n Ollwmtler. 'Mr.
Wolife wis appminted agent and Is s'.iip-
p ng tiwo cars of ipear.hen rfrie week. They
expewt to shkp 20 cars of peaches this
* I PuIJ- . /
oklahoma PARAGRAPHS ~
The Carney Iventeppr^fe en-'ereid ;r*to ri
OrenA cmfrfa lill •kfttt- att Anymore. , Ith ynr ,h|, „„ek Br,yh^
—— has been pus?ilng ithe pen for thTea years
Rmrn.. «t le a riwi full Of „nnMy
(aMlemnte socks .at MWtton raconUy. , ney wll „,n)(0 Jib. „s h,„
' people see fVt tn moke \t—a live pfogrea
ITarry OI4at™(l having rovrnx" or ho ,iv, or a ,BC„ n,inib„
M-cOi/lre reptifh'i ms He > filling hit
pupcr fuN ^ KHnplWier Star: H j. r. . ,w- ta lmv"
i to keap a household aocountt book all art
-l-n* "«* "W«r Run non. A yoiui* h<MMiul nn hr« .-if.. •
naa'Uhff.-orr' will ba twa,l many thouiwid n„, M|, Booo„rt ltfK>k nrMtltr „„„.|
llinas in ! ■■ npxt four mAnlhs by t te Bnd <t"*«no.l to lw invHIn* !u
pran, of th* nrnr «n>. . hi... Ha #l o gtira har nfly ' .r. m,i
I aalrt: "I waul yoii to put l.rwn w m r
st<Me put on give you on this s'dc md (,;i t' e ni -t
dill teling tn
Insteeid (rf rfcOK'ng
people to WWSVp
cow horn. All "the men
de of t(he house and the
i Cktfar T''e kit, • . - ■
Kht. a deep hj> ri'tuaJ fe.-:.nc
Viis congregation was l irgt
-*l later 1n the evening
> nlng of Indians. Near ti
lni.rch an^ four were bay;
'■ s service a midnight *
'king .i (•. ^ .
<•* comtlnued until mornim
i g hi
i 1 with
flome doys tn the
** Everybody Push ** l
take this i
am pa is
this fall a •
may be . 4
ter than th<
work to th<
p" In the Oermnn attitude I
d, for no one realises bet-
'■trman government that a|
with the United States woi
Injury of Oermanv.
rman\ • attitude Is simp v this. A ^
tariff •• will be given America n | ^
breadstuffs 1 leats and other rirtlcle* I
which Germany must have—and America
alone can s ' ply the market while In re (j.
turn a low American tariff Is expecteo on
manufactured and other art lobs produced
in the United fltates thus forcing Ann
lean producers to enter Into a disss:t >us
competltlsn * doi man producers >
can do without the German exports und
suffer nothing for thoy are as y ule
luxuries and not necessaries of life, while
the opposite is true from the German
standpoint. As a result of a tariff war we
ma> suffer 1 slight falling "ft of trad, j
but Germanv tn addition to tlie 1 ss '
trade will be levying a high tax upon thej V'
A nd buy your drugs from Renfro for
wesave ycu money. We sell yous
.goods for whai they cost and our discount i
all we want.- We can do you good.
THF OLDEST DRUG STORE l\ GUTHRIE '
« f -
of reach 1
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