The Weekly Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 19, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 31, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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THE WEEKLY OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 190'.
Commonly cause pimples, bolls, hives, ac
or salt rheum, or soma other form of erup-
tion; but sometimes they exiit in the system
Indicated by feelings of weakness, languor,
loss of sppetite, or general debility, without
causing any breaking out.
f Hood's Sarsaparillu expels them, renovates,
ftrengthons and tones the whole system.
Is peculiar to Itself. Accept no substitute
In usual liquid form or cnocolated tablets
eaUe i SarFitabs. 100 Doses One Dollar.
*"• Gnurante <l under Pood and Drugs Act.
J una 30. 180U. No. C24.
ENTER SECRETARY TAFT
Democratio Central Committee Get
Out New Haskell Button
WITHOUT HIS PHOTOGRAPH
Buttons With the Picture of the
"Bess" are Not Pppular—New But.
tona have Picture of Flag—Senti-
ment Growing Against the Dictator,
No more Haskell buttons are to be
allowed by the democratio campaign
committee The sentiment against
convention boas l« growing ao strong
over the atat ethat the votera refuae to
accept the buttons with the picture of
the boss and the aupply has l>een wasted
by the votera throwing them away.
"Haskell and the conatitution," Is not
taking well, and the campaign commit
tee has designed a button with the atars
and st ripen for campaign purposes.
Haskell haa scattered thousands upon
thousands of buttons over the state, yet
not many can be seen on the coats of
Oklahoma voters, and the chilly atrno*
phero is being felt by the other candl
dates on the state ticket and a great
cry haa gone up to discard "Haskell and
the constitution" and make individual
fights for election.
The refusal of Haskell to appear upon
the stump with other candidates does
not make the running mates of the
"Boss Dictator" very enthusiastic for
the head of the ticket, and there have
been some stormy scona about the head
quartern In Oklahoma City. There are
a great many stories going the rounds
about the manner in which HiwkeU haa
dictated the actions of the state com
mlttee, absoutely ignoring the interests
of the other candidates for state office.
So pronounced has become the resent
ment against Haskell that the speakers
are ignoring his candldscy wherever
they find it convenient and to their own
The fight between the head of the
tieket and the candidates is growing, as
Haskell refuse to yield In his determln
atlcn to be the whole show or none. It
In even said Haskell refued absolutely
t«> attend meetings where other candl
dates are billed to talk .
He has carried the refusal so far ns
to Include the candidates on the county
tickets, nnd will not appear where
local party worke-s are alao billed He
must be the w* le show or none, hence
the new buttr. with the stars and
V U* u r.
] HASKELL'S WIRES
Ha Blamed McGitir, for Failure, of
BIRD IGNORED BY CON-CON
i t WwV\\s
Speculative Legislation In Constitu-
tion Make. Capital Shy
NOT A POLITICAL QUESTION
Former Oklahoma Judge Believes
People Wo"ld Be Better Off to
Wait—State's Futuro Holds Too
Many Prospects to Be Blighted By
RUNAWAY BOY IS
Freelal to the state Capital.
D Quay. Okie Aug. n.-Tont O
D Boyd, a ten year old boy, was A
£• found yesterday In a barn near O
D her* almost starved to death. He <y
0 ran away a week ago from the O
O home of Mrs. W. H. Mattocks, O
O where he had been living. He la 0
0 not expected to live. $
A Famous French Specialist on Dis-
eases of the Skin Prescribes Cuti-
cura as the Mast Effective Remedy
Known to Him, Charging as His
Fee 100 Francs ($20),
ALSO PRESCRIBED IN
HOSPITAL SAINT LOUIS
t"Gentlemen: You mar be pleased to
arn that a patient suffering from an
ntation of tne akin, caused by motor-
ing on oonaulting a noted physician in
Paris, for which a fee of one hundred
franca (twenty dollars) was charged.
Was advised to nse Cuticura, whirh Ad-
vice. alt hough received *ith astonish
ment, was followed and resulted in *
rfect cure. (Signed) Lewis Gower,
1123 Broadway, New York, U. 3. A..
December 16, 190«."
French physicians, particularly thoia
making a specialty of the treatment of
ikin diseases, have for many year* re-
garded Cuticura as a apeciflo and have
prescribed it freely. It enjoys the rare
Iistinction of being prescribed in the
Hospital 8aint Louis, Paris, one of the
rg«n and moat famoua hospitals in
lh« world devoted exclusively to the
iraatment of diseases of the skiu.
Mother Of Ten
Always Kept Cuticura Ready
lor Children's 5kin and
"X wish to add my voice to the praise
J putlcu™ llemedies. 1 am tha father
of ten children, whosf> mother is d*ad.
In our homoa in England and America
■he kept in her littl* medicine chest,
always on hand, and often used u> use the
Cuticura Remt'dies, and they brought
the best of results in children's skin and
icalp troubles. Theao children are all
gruwn and scattered car, 1 cannot recall
any sueHflc caam of cure, but I do know
that I have spent remarkably little in
doctors' fees. George W. Rugby, 02 N.
CJark St., Chicago, 111., Oct. 25, 1900."
CoapjsU External nnd Internal Tmnmrnt for
Every Humor of Isfantf rliildrrr.. nr-l A<lu!t*. ror>-
SiflM of futlrur* (1 6r io Ciena** the &|;0
Ctitlrur* Olntmunt (Mr.) in 11m'th* ktn. Cutl-
etir* ^e*i'vent (HO" >. (or In the form of f honlMte
Co*te<1 PIUS 3ft'- P«ir vis I of «r, to Purify the Plt.od.
Bold throughout the world I'otter Jjru* it Cheat
Oerp Sole Prop* . lioaton. Mum
ajrUMiU;d Free. Cuticura oa Skin Dimasss.
Judge Henry W. Scott, who served up.
on the bench in Oklahoma during the id
ministration of President c^velund, is in
the city as legal representative of the
promoters of the Kansas City, Lawton
and l'a,clfic railroad, a line of road pro-
posed to be built from the Pacific coast,
at a point near San Diego, to Kansas
City. Mo., through Oklahoma in a south.,
westerly direction, entering at the north-
east corner and running entirely through
Judge Scott is well known to the earl-
ier settlers of the state, as he was one
of the foremoat Jurlata of the etorrny days
following the opening and the settling of
the many questions which were brought
before the courts for hearing. Since leav„
ing the territory Judge Scott has traveled
extensively, and for the past year haa
been handling the preliminary details,
as well as serving as attorney for the
railroad which he ia now Interested in.
He haa Just returned from a trip through
the western states traversd by the road,
and says all the detalla are complete so
far na they can be until after the okla
homa political situation ia cleared up.
Judge Scott is vitally interested in >he
proposed conatitution for the new atate,
and is very anxious to see the muddle
in which the atate Is Involved settled.
After giving the constitution close study
Judge Scott is fearful lest the specula-
tive legislation which has found its way
into the proposed fundamental law of
the atate, will retard the investment of
oapltal to auch an extent that tht devel-
opment of the country will not be as
fast aa conditions ahould warrant.
"I have alwaya Jealously studied the
the interests of Oklahoma with some
thing akin to the feeling of a parent to
a child. Oklahoma has seemed to be the
greatest and most proaperoua child ia
the whole American family, and its fu-
ture holds unlimited poasibllltlea. There,
fore the adopton of the constitution
should be a matter wholly apart from
politics. Rvery person in the state la In-
ntereated in the fundamental law which
will govern the state, and ahould jealous-
ly guard the future intereata of the whole
people without regard to preaent condi-
tiona and Immediate advantages, but
with an eye entirely guided by the fu
ture. A conatitution is noteasily amend-
ed, and therefore should be adopted on.
ly after mature deliberation.
Constitutor Is Speculative
"The conatitution of Oklahoma contains
many provialons which are speculative
and the result of their operation may os
of great injury In the development of
the country by keeping capital out. Tho
whole world of Investors hav© their eyos
on the great southwest, and are water-
ing and studying every political and com-
mercial question which will have a bea.-.
ing upon investments both for the im-
mediate future and for years to com*.
' The conatitution, lu my Judgment, woj J
have been far more acceptable had
many of its provisions been left for tne
legislatures of the years to come t.<
handle in the diacretion of the events
of the hour, rather than far in advance
in a speculative way. What the constitu.
tion does not prohibit can be handled
by the legislatures with better wisdom
than by a body of law makers of today.
"In a country which has developed
Oklahoma has, the least Constitutional
limitations placed upon the legslaturcs
the better the conditions can be tnel
as they present themslvs for solution. If
the conatitution is prohibitive along ev.
ery imaginable line of legislation, then
the legislature cannot meet condltiona
aa they exist without the great difficulty
of submitting amendments to the people,
and consuming many years in adjusting
the laws to meet the needs of the hour.
The Legislatures Left Powerless
"Ihe constitution framera of Oklahoma
have taken loo much from the legisla
turea of the future. They acted, doubt
l*ss. upon the theory that toe law.uiaK
ing bodies of the years to follow will be
Incompetent «nd corrupt, and unless
bridled will saddle upon the people laws
which will not bo framed honestly.
"The leg'alative bodies of the future
will doubtless be as honest and conacen-
tlous as those of the past, meeting ev-
ery need of the people. Therfore, would
It not better to use the utmost care in
adoptng the proposed constitution. Would
i not be better to wait and frame a
duRklagnentaJ y which |-rovi(to |tm_
ply for the present needs of the state,
and allow the leglslauton of the future
to be solved by the development and
commercial interests of the atate as th*
yeara roll around
"While I am a democrat, the question
of adopting a constitution is too serious
a question to be considered along party
lines, but if I was a voter In the new
s ate I would register my vote agaln-jt
the propoaed instrument, believing that
the delay of a few months will be le*s
dangerous than to attempt to amend the
conatitution after its adopion.
Had Chance to Fix Blunders
"The convention had an opportunity \o
amend it at the las fitting to satisfy
the most critical mind, but they failed
to do this and thertfore are not entitled
to the bene-llt of the doubt. If the peo-
ple of the new state adopt the constitu.
tlon, It is my belief as a lawyer that
they will realize the obstructions too late
to remedy the avils which must neces-
State of Onio, City of Toledo,
Frank .T. Cheney mnke* orth that he
Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Che-
ney A Co, doing huslnej- In the city of
Toledo. County and State aforesaid, anl
that sild firm will nay the aum of QXF.
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev-
ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cur-
ed by the uae of Hall's Catu-h < ure.
FRANK J. CHEXKW
Sworn to before me and subletted In
my presence, this 6th day of Dcjomoer,
A. D., 1S86.
A. W 'ILFJASON.
(Real) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh '"ure ls taken intern-
ally. and aota directly on the blood anl
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Sold by all Druglsts 75e.
Special to the State Canltal
Oklahoma City. Aug. 23.—Reports here
from various portions of the proposed
new state indicates that N. O. Turk of
Checotah, is making rapid gains in his
race for lieutenant governor of the
proposed new state. The standing and
character of his democratic oppoent,
George Bellamy of El Reno, is thoroughly
known In most parts of the state.
M-r. Turk was born In Missouri and
although of democratic parentage, he
espoused the principles of republican-
ism In early youth and has always been
a staunch advocate of his party. The
principal part of his life hn« been spent
on the ranges of the west, where he
has been engnegd In stock raining. He
was amonc the first to come to the In-
dian Territory and fenced off one of
the first pastures on the Creek border
near Checotah, where he has lived since
March 6. 18f>0.
He has always been prominently
Identified with the T. O. O. F.. having
been •uceesafully grand master of the
grand lodge and representative to the
sovereign grand lodge of the world.
Ho Is at preamt. the president of the
board of trustees for the Odd Fellows'
For the past four years he has been
a member of th^ republican state cen-
tral committee He Is Ht present engag-
ed in the real estate buslneSa at Che-
cotah, besides being an extensive far-
mer in cotton, corn and alfalfu.
The Ardmore Democrat says: "Tha
Haskell machine Is 'reading out of tha !
party' every man who does not see fit «
to bow to the dictates of that chief o'
THE NEGROES AWAKENING
Headquarters Established in Ok-
Oklahoma City, Aug. 23—The wis
dom of establishing in this city a
State Republican headquarters for the
negro race has been demonstrated dur-
ing the past twenty-four hours. S. D.
Russell, the manager has organized a
clean working forco with two steno-
graphers, who on the first day wrote
and mailed out 600 letters to hat race
in the proposed state.
All day'Monday the headquarters
at 11 1-2 W. California Ave., were
crowded with intelligent negroes
from both teriorles. Each was pre-
seijtea with 4 Frantz and Stlllwell but.
ton and a picture of Secretary W II
From the pegro headquarters thous-
ands of letters are being sent out,
ouching upon such phases of the
state campaign as will especially in-
terest the ntgro race and bring about
A host of colored men of promin.
ence from the Indian territory were
in consulation today at headquarters
on maters political. From the inter-
est manifested by all who visited
there today, the full party vote of the
negro race will be polled, which will
be quite heavy.
Protective League Adopted
At the meeting of the Negro Pro-
tective League of Oklahoma, which
convene,! |n the council chamber of
this city, after due deliberation the
following resolutons were adopted:
"Whereas, the Negro Protective
League met on the 22nd of last April
and denounced the unrevised con-
stiution as unrepublican In form and
urged the colored people everywhere
to vote agaist the same:
"Therefore, we rea.Tirm our position
as set forth in said resolution as
adopted by us in said league on the
22nd of last April and we do now call
upon our people and all fair minded
men throughout the proposed state of
Oklahoma to go to the polls on the
l<th day of September and vote
against the adoption of the said con-
stitution of the proposed state of Ok-
"Whereas, hepro spec tive stfit eis
"Whereas, the prospective state is
largely unorganized, we recommend
that speakers be sent to all parts of
said prospspective state, together with
a copy of these resolutions.
(Signod) "S. T. Wiggins,
"L. A. PELL,
"8. D. RUSSELL,
"OKO FRITZ PATRICK.
"J H. A. RRAZLETON.
"A. I). JOHNSON "
WhereUpon R. R. Stewart olTered
the following special resolution, to-
'Resolved, that the negroes of Ok-
lahoma and Indian Territory be urged
to vote the republican ticket In the
The following resolution was offere.l
by S. D. Russell:
"Resolved that the Negro Protec-
tive League, In convention assemb'ed,
condemn the use of the name of this
league by various local malcontent*
in putting out Independent tickets
against the republican party."
'JOCw'3 Sarsaparflra is the mem
i I cino for impure blond, eruptions,
wnisiH'S8 and general debility — i
oaitively and absolutely CURES
^ TIIK J lAllUWli H1IA.N1>. ^
Lattlca! A«k jour I>ruMlM /\
1 Ills In I. .1 an t i.uM m«*alllc\W/
1 n!.*> nx < !h«r n.. f.r Jollr V
It.. 1-. A... ......
IH llr£u I rin K-TFK'S
SOLD BV OlMGISTS EVlRYVtHEG*
Spec.il to the Statj Capital.
'Uinsvllle, I. r . Aue. :'l —Thomas D.
Taylor, known here as the "Ind au oil
King," s t.ntthat Secretory Garfield's
visit to the teriiu.-y at this time was
worth a million dolla -s to the Indians.
"He not onlv til'oi ti us but t'li o!:
our hands and i ■•kul Into mr «y% just
like he meant It " Hi said. 'I know he
will tell some of tho-is old eastern
senators and congressmen tint we are
not all a he'p'ess. Ignorant lot of fellows
down here. He told -ne thn: I was right
In «rolng ahead with my own drilling, .n.
Kt<nd of leasing my lam's t other*.
"You can quite me as fayinj; that
'larileld Is all right and will vive ev«tfy_
body down here a "dea 1 squxra dyui."
lie looked mighty good to me.
Robt Owen Was Sent t0 Wash'ngton
lo Seek Aid, and Now Trios to Place
Burden on Delegate in Congrets for
Norri* Cali§ Haskell's Campaign Lies
"It begins to look as tlnugh Haskell
had Joined the d*rno:.-al:c bolters" le-
marked Joe Norris, chairman of the llrst
district republican congressional commit-
tee yesteruay. "At least," Mr. Norris con
tinued "he produced arguments in his
speech at Pawnee yesterday why l.«i
should not bo elected governor and why
Itobt. L Owen of MusKogeo should not
oe^ elected to the United dtates Seuaie.
"lie said that the people of toe suue
ought not be required to pay the delicii
of $120,I'M) created by loo const.iuiioivi-
convention, and blamed the representa.
live of oklahoma at Uashington for not
securing a delict appropr.ation. Robt L. i
Owen of Muskogee > a« tne special agent j
• nd sole representative of oklahoma sent
to Wash ngton to eccur-' that appropria-
tion. And yet Haskell condemns the
uashlngton representative for not secur-
ing that dehcil appropriation.
"Delegate bird H. McGuire has always
acted upon the theory lhat when a man
is elected by the suffrage of the i'eople,
he is to represent all of the people, llo
hits Irtroduced measures for democrats
and worked as hard for their passage
as though they were presented to him 'oy
republicans. His work for statehood was
not for the republicans alone but for ail.
"When the constitutional convention de_
cided to ask congress for more mone>
Biid McUuire was not -sued to get the
extra appropriation, but on the oth-
er hand was absolutely ignored. Col. Robt
L. Owen was sent to Washington as the
representative of the people of the state
to secure the appropriation. By what au-
thority the constitutional contention - - i jw- -—i—a
thought to dltplftK* b Isffftta MeGuira
who was elected by tne people 1 do not A IvAILKOAD I lNED $20,000
know. The records of the constitution.
al convention show that one copy of the ' . ~
memorial was to be presented to each C*iICagO, St. P&tH Minneapolis JMld
of the members of confess. Delate j Onialia Dealt in Rebates
J.UxJuire received no more recognition |
than the delegate from Hawaii.
"Yet Mr. MoGulre endeavored to aid
Mr. Owen's In securing the appropria-
tion. He met with the same obstacles,
however, with which Mr. Owens had
been confronted. Congress had given th
The Kind Tou Ilavo Always Bought, nnd which has been
tu use for over aO years, baa borne the signature of
_/? —v and has been made under his per-
801,111 nP<HTi*lon since Its infau. y.
Allow no one to deccivc you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments tlint trifle with and endanger the health ot
lnl'unts and Children-Experience against Experiments
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substltuto for Castor OU, Pare,
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It ls Pleasant. It
contains neither Opiiun, Morphine nor other Narcotia
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tha
Ktomaeli and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep*
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
CENUINS CASTORIA ALWAYS
Ecars the Signature of
ui3 Kind You Me Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
. nkw fonit emr.
I Mlnneapois, Minn., Aug23.-A flro of
$20,000 was imposed upon the Chicago, St.
Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Ha lway
Company and Its former general fre ght
nt, Hirman M. I'earee, ordered to pay
.i i- :: ;~r " v a $20,000 fine by Judge Pago Morris In Ilia
constitutional convention sixty day, nl ,:nl[ed atate, dl8trlct co"urt t0(, Tht
which to complete its labors. A month co.Jolntl ^th yfon„<r
more than that hLd all-early b« u ed K,.ncra| f , ht waj convlol„j
and nothing had been accomplished fur-
ther than the slashing of counties, there,
by creating great opposition to the con-
vention. Democrats on the appropriation
committee of the house refused to stand
for an excess appropriation with th
constitutional convention still In session
"No one entertains doubt but that, had
the constitutional convention us congrcss
Intended and as the people expect '
completed their work In sixty days, ad-
journed sine die filing the constltuti
and fixing the date for the electon, con.
gross would have made up any little de-
ficiency that existed and that Oklahoma
would now bo a part of the federal un- j
Ion on an equal footing with the other
states. I am reliably informed that the
deficit will be nearer $300,000 than the |-
$120.00 thet Haskell talks about. The peo_
pie of tne state must make up ti
the same court April 11 of grant'n,'
oates to the Spencer Grain Company.
Nursing Mothers and Malaria
The 0}d Standard Grove's Tast3le3S
Tonic, drives out malaria and
builds up the system. For grown people
and children. 50c.
WITH MEAT FAMINL
HE FORGOT; LAUGHED
OUT IN MEETING
Frank Gault, Amused at Dennis
f lynn'a Scoring of Haskell,,
Betrayed His Sympathy
Geary, Okla , Aug 23 —At the Fer-
^..cvv ........ ..... SWHon-Flylin meeting at the Opera
if statehood Is reaiizfd, snd all because 1 House Tuesday night Frank Gault,
of the Incompetency and extravagranco the manager of the democratic cam-
of the members of the constitutional con- j pnign in the second district, was so
v« ntion and because Haskell wanted to tickled that he could hardly contain
play politics to beat the old democratic I himself. It is altogether probable
that lie was more thoroughly amused
Mat at any time since he perpetrat-
ed his calf Jokes.
Tho cause of Gault's amusement
was due to Dennis Flynn. When
Flynn mentioned the name of Has-
kell, Gault sat up and commenced
Strike of Wagon Drivers May Re-
sult in Complete "Tie-up" in
New YorK. Aug. !S — reiiveries of
meat from the local packing houses
wwe completely halted today by the
four hundred wagon drivers who went
en a strike la«t evening. Not ft delivery
wagon of the wholesale butchers mPved
during he «arly morning hours. Tho
| strikers said that only meat from the
Chicago refrigerator trains was being
delivered and that the drivers who han-
dle that may be called out.
With a stoppage of deliveries from the
me#it trains, the city would be quickly
affected by a meat famine.
Police reserves were stationed In the
packing house district on the west side
of the city but no disorders were re-
ported. Inside employes of the slaugh-
ter houses were at work today, while
the heads of the affected plants were
busy preparing to break the strike which
wae called without warning by the
drivers. The companies, it was said,
would Import strlko breakers If neces-
sary. There has been no little of 111
feeling between the teamsters and the
oompanles (or some time.
organization and secure the gubernatorial
nomination for himself.
"As Haokell is ore of the men who put
through the resolution in the constitution-
al convention, ignoring absolutely dele_
gate McG'.dre, the representative of the
people of Oklahoma, and sent Col. Robt.
Ij, Owen to Washington to secure that
deficit appropriation. I think it comes of i take notice. Here was the name of
very poor strafe of him to try to blarr^ ,ho on, genu|ne prel)ar.lUon bearing
MeOnlre for the failure, to (ho 0lJ doct.)r„ 9igmiture
appropriation, I predict that his Pawnee
B««n ti. ^The Kind You Hava Always Bought
WOULD SQUELCH "BOSS"
speech willl prove a boomerang."
Pale. Delicate Women and Girls
The Standard Grove's Tasteless Ch'll
Tonic, drives out malaria and bu Ids
up the system. For grown people and
GOVERNOR CALLS «
TOILERS AND WAGE EARNERS
SHOULD REJOICE AND RECREATE
ON SEPTEMBER. 7.
Gov&rnf>r Frantz lias issued the foi-
It Is fitting that our Territory which
has made euch remarkable progress In
material wealth and civic power,
through the Industry of her citizenship.
njld each year set npurt one day In
recognition of the dignity of honest
labor In every department of human
activity and Its great importance In the
future life in "Greater Oklahoma."
in occasion ls designed to permit
the tollers and the wage earners of the
Isnd to suspend their usual vocations In
order that they may Join In such recre
atlons mny be deemed proper for
their enjoyment and for the advance
ment of the interests with which they
Identified. To the r«d that all em
pk>yes may have the fullest opportunity
to partake In the festivities of this day
it Is recommended that all public and
ordinary business bo suspended so fur
as may be found practicable, nnd that
every facility be afforded by employers
'mploves to avail themselves of the
benefits of the day set $nart especially
for those who nre the producers of ihe
wealth ef the nation and who therefore
entitled to «hare fn the prosperity
which ha* p'aced Oklahoma nt the
foref ont of the Industrial devslopemnt
the weit The Interests of labor and
pPal ar« mutual and our welfare de
ponds on hearty co open tlon
>w, therefore, I. Frank F^antr. gov
error of the Ter-ltorv of Oklahoma, hv
virtue snd by authority of law In me
ed, do herebv appoint Monday, the
second day of September. In the y« nr
of our T^ord one thousand n'ne hundred
In witness whereof. 1 have hereunto
«et my hand and caused thn Great seal
Til seven, as a rtibl'c holiday to br
Una wo -s T.abor Poy.
of said Te rltory to bo affixed this 18th
day rtf Aur'*t 1M 7.
FRANK FRANTZ, governor,
CHAS. II FILSON, secretary
It was when Flyn commenced to
skin Haskell that Gault allowed his
feelings to obtain control. Ho smiled
beatiflcally and then stabbed the air
with his fists, finishing by hammer-
ing his leg in the exquisite pleasure
derived from hearing his enemy lam.
basted. Then he suddenly rememb-
ered where he was, and what was
due his conferees by virtue of his
position, and he straightened up with
the expression of the small boy when
' right with his fingers in*the Jam po *
He was tickled though, good and plen-
ty, and hitched about in his glee when-
ever Dennis applied the scalpel to
O .Lx. "3? X* X j£\. .
4*trgti# ^Yo'' Haw Always E
j 'aature y
Shortly after his Inauguration Gover-
nor Frantz was entering his office, when
he noticed a sign painted on the wall
near the door, which read: "Reception
Houxs: Two to Four p. m." Th© words
had been there many years. Governor
Frantz took one look at them. "Paint
that sigii out," he said to the Janitor.
'It doesn't matter much what color of
paint you put on It but fix it so It
can't bo read. My reception hours begin I nlnsrs means that Mr- Haskell is simply
W!th i nrrive here In the morning and I to t.o dropped and the rest of the ticket
en I wh.?n I go home at night. There Is j voted for or whether'democarts are ex-
nolhim; which illustrates the makeup of pected to vote for Franta. Is not known
Governor Frants better than this I hut the repudiation of Haskell himself,
1 ttle incident. ls compiete and unqualified.
Chairman Jennningr of the Okla-
homa Count Committee Advises
Some Pointed Things
Oklahoma city. Aug.28.-The Oklahoma
county democratic committee, through :ts
chairman, J. D. F. Jennings, Is sending
out a postal card to tho democratic vot-
ers of the county, which seems to ut-
terly repudiate Mr. Haskell, if one can
•ntelllgpntly Interpret Its meaning. It says,
"The democrats of Oklahoma must rat-
ify the constitution and by Its ratifi-
cation, say to the world that the carpet-
bagger and the coon have no place In
the politics of this grand old state."
As It Is agreed on all sides that Mr.
Haskell ls an ideal sample of the carpet-
bagger, this must mean that the Okla-
homa county democratic committee has
determined to do its best to defeat him
at the polls.
Hardly s Carpetbagger
In one sense of the word, however,
Mr. Haskell ought not to be called a
carpetbagger by Mr. Jennings, because
he really has not settled yet In the state;
to be sure he ls registered here for the
time being and expects to remain during
the campaign but It Is understood th$t
his real address is Fayetteville, Ark.,
where ho is educating his children and
contributing towards the revenues of
In spite of this artlon of Mr. Jennings
the chairman of the Oklahoma county
democratic committee, It ls said that Mr.
'•"Veil will remain In the race to the
end. no matter how hard he may be hit.
Whether the card sent out by Mr. Jen-
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which the expectant mother must pass, how*
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she looks forward to the hour when she shall
Icrl thfl es^uisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
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